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OMAHA DAILY BEE--'COUNCIL BLUMS , MONDAY JUNE 9 , 1884.
.HIE DAILY BEE.
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
Monday Morning , Juno 9 ,
Hy Carrier - - - - - - -80 oontu tr week
DyJUll - - - - 110.00 per jear
Ko. 7 Peart Btroet , Near Broadway.
- - -
M1NOK MENTION ,
See J. Roller's spring goods.
Dancing school at the rink to-morrow.
Fresh baled hay and straw at 700 li'way.
Unbleached balbriggan hose 8jc , Oocko
Charles Gardner inlvnhrl is to appear
hero next Saturday.
The board of supervisors has finished
Its business and adjourned.
The Micnnorchor society is arranging
for a big plcnio next Sunday.
Full regular made balbriggan hose 25c ,
worth ' 153 at Cocko & Morgan.
Master Joseph Young now wears the
silver modal of St. Joseph's ' academy.
A bouncing boy haa arrived at the homo
of Mr. Ivracht , of the firm of Tholl &
It being children's day yesterday
epocial and appropriate services wore hold
at Broadway Methodist church.
The post office hours are now changed.
The office being open from 9:30 : to 11
o'clock , a. m. , instead of from 10:30 : to
Another dog supposed to bo mad was
shot on Saturday In the basement of n
grocery atoro on Broadway near Frst
The dancing school at the rink is still
on the improve as regards numbers. The
sociable , Friday uvening last , is reported
as well attended.
The jurymen wanted pay for the week's
vacation which the district court took ,
but the county board says "nay , " and has
refused to allow the claims
The Vaughn hose team starts tomorrow
row morning for Dos Moines and their
friends expect them to bring back the
fat prize of the tournament.
A chock came Saturday for $2,000 for
the family of the late II. 0. Cole , who
had been insured only a few months in
the Hartford annuity company.
There wore no preaching services at
the Congregational church yesterday , the
pastor being away from homo , attending
the state association at Cedar Rapids.
To-morrow evening the Y. M. 0. A.
will discuss the question , "Does Iowa's
further prosperity depend moro on its
manufacturing or its agricultural inter
ests ? "
Business mooting of the Y. M. 0. A. ,
8 o'clock this evening. All desiring to
join the association or the gymnasium
ohall send in their names or appear in
The ground will bo broken for the now
Episcopal church next Wednesday after
tornoon. The site chosen is on Gth street
next to the rectory , and in the roar of
the present church.
The hay teams are not to bo allowed to
stand at the junction of Main and Pearl
streets any longer , but must use the lot
assigned to them near by , or go to the
market place near the city building.
Abe Lincoln Post , O. A. U. , has ao
copied an invitation to go to Glonwood
on the fourth , and join the Kearney
Post in celebrating there. By the by ,
isn't Council Bluffu to have a hurrah on
that day ?
A. 0. Graham is Dotting his homo in
almost perfect shape. lie has provided
hin lawn with n now fountain and his
pasture with a now Jersey. The Jersey
is a full blooded one , and ho paid $100
The supreme court , by reversing the
decision In the case of Bvocroft vs. the
city , has started anew the agitation about
the legality of the assessments being
tnadoagainst abutting property ounccount
of street filling.
The aged mother of 0. E. Dawson
died at her homo on Franklin street Sat
urday night. She was 88 years old , and
was born at Oulpoppor county , Virg inia
in 1770. The funeral will bo this after ,
noon nt 2 o'clock.
II , 0 , Lewis and son hero bought ou
O. Kluino , of the Western House , and
liavo taken hold of the hotel In dead
earnest. They are making some ropai
and improvements , and propose not only
keeping but increasing the trade.
Officer Dunn has boon for several day
notifying those hauling dirt that the ;
must obey the ordiimnco requiring th
\ragons to bo provided with end boards ,
On and after this morning all noglootin ,
te comply will be brought bofoio th
The newspaper boys got out yostorda ;
afternoon for a game of ball , one nlno be
ing formed out of the Globu and lloral
forces , the other out of the Nonperoi
only three inning wore played , the com
btuatlon club standing 7 to the Not :
jparoil 3 ,
A boy , driving an infirm and a ahak
horse , drawing dirt to fill a lot on Eight1
street , needs looking after by the human
aociety. The way ho bo U the mul
entitles him to something moro than
chiding. If ho could feel a few louche
of the whip ho uses BO energetically ,
might do him good ,
The enterprise of TUB BKK in bullet
ing the nowa of the convention seems t
have notllod the Evening Herald , whlc
receives nearly all its "telegraph news
in plates shipped by express from Chica
go , and could uot thuruforo got out auy
bulletins. The less the Herald calls ni
tention to iU "telegraph" news the bet
tor. Putting fresh dales at the lop of
old plates cannot mislead the intelligent
people of Council Bluffs.
The Devil's Auction is billed for the
IJUhat the opera houso. It was no *
very well received when here before , but
the CXCU80 was given that the stage room
of the old opera house was not largo
enough for the scenery and that in the
now opera houao this defect will bo rem
The case of John Pearson , the watchman -
man on the U. P. bridge , arrested for
thumping a poor Gorman who ignoratitly
Iriod to cross the bridge on foot , was
settled Saturday , the company paying
the follow for the hat ho lost in the en
counter and for the loss of n day's time.
The Knickerbocker gallery has pre
sented TUB BBE with a photograph of the
Danube Society. Although there wore
about 40 inon in the group , each of the
faces is distinct , and the photo is ono
which shows rare skill on the part of
Schmidt & lliloy , They have como to
the front quickly , and are doing some
most excellent work.
The amateurs of this city wont out to
the Inslilulion for the deaf and dumb on
Saturday afternoon and played a game
with the second nine of the club there.
The instilulo boys played well , but not
quito well enough , the Council BlufTs
boys defeating them 24 to 2.1. The
Council Bluffs boys were BO elated with
the victory that they concluded to challenge -
longo the first nine of the instilution ,
but aa the term closes next Wednesday
tlioro will bo no time to play such n
Those who have dropped into W. W.
Chapman's within the post few days have
had their attention attracted by a largo
nocdlo work picture of the baptism of a
child. This piece of needle work bo-
ingcd to the mother of John T. Bald-
in , and is about a hundred years old. A
hort time ago it toll and the glass was
rokon , BO that it was taken to Chapman's
or some slight repairs. It is a curious
it of art , well worth seeing , while by
ho family it is of course even moro
ighly valued on account of its asaocia-
Sweet potato plants largest stock in
iio west by W. H. Foster , Council
Jlffus. Send for price list.
S. W , Ferguson haa returned from his No-
Harry Blrklnblno and family are planning
n an eastern trip.
J , J. Shoo , of Neola , spent Saturday attend'
ig to legal business hero.
Mr. Leonard , city solicitor of the Nonpareil ,
oft last evening for St. Paul.
Mr , and Mrs , A. Uralnard have returned
ram their trip to Colorado and Wyoming.
John Tomplotou spent his Sunday in
Vohraaka City visiting with his slater , Mrs.
W. A. Runyan , of O. A. Boclio & Co. , ro
nmnd from an extended trip torough Neb
II. 0 , Eagan , of the Milwaukee Round-
ouso , is off on a trip , and it la reported willet
ot como homo alono.
W. R , Vaughn , E. RoHOcrans and R , Glen1
ey loft last evening to attend the mooting of
10 Grand Grove of Druids at Ottumwa.
P. II. Wood , who Is opening up a largo
coal-yard hero , is enjoying a few days' visit
rom his wife , and also from their daughter ,
Irs. Van Wyck , of Milwaukee.
Robert Lange who has lately undergone a
urgical operation , is out and about again ,
o the delight of his many friends also to BOO
ilm completely restored to health.
James Turner , the llvo news agent on the
Sioux City and Pacific , gave THE BEE oflico a
call Saturday ovontng , and , as usual , made
another Increase In his order for papers.
W. V. Wilcox , sheriff of Jlardin county ,
wax here yesterday looking after a person who
OHcapod from htm as ho was taking him to
[ fardin township for trial on a charge of rapo.
I'lio shortlT could not find his man here ant
wont homo dUcouragod.
Something Ibr Nothing.
Unlil furlhor notice wo give to cacl :
twentieth customer his purchase , whatever
over the price or value of the same may
bo. Our cashier will keep an accurate
record of every transaction , and whoi
the twentieth sale of any amount is mad
the purchaser will bo presented wilh th
samo. Wo have adopted for the prcson
this system of advertising because i
gives our patront ) instead of the news
papers the five per cunt , which it COB
us. Clothing retailed at wholcsal
pticoa. Hats retailed at case prices
Furntnliing goods , trunks , bags , umbrul
las , etc. , oto. Every twentieth cuatomo
presented with his purchase.
Dr. Duotkiu and Dr. Bulltngor seem t
have a falling out , and the matter has
forced itself into the police rocoids , by
charges being preferred against Dr. Bol
linger , who is county phy ! oian. Super
visor and Overseer Hard in having exam
incd into the mailer , prepared the fol
lowing report , which the county bean
has uoypted and approved :
"Your oommilteu to whom was referred
rod tlio matter of charges againit Dr
Ballouline , county physician , for no
giving proper care to the poor , oto ,
would report that wo have examined ink
said charges , and report Ilia
whllo there may have been
some neglect as to justify the
charges made , wo finding that since the
last meeting of the board the doctor ha
been careful and faithful In attending ti
his duties. We al o report that wo have
examined Into the stnlemont by D. Deot
ken that said Bollingor had no diplnm
and would report that wo have examinee
into the mailer and find that a diplnm
wa isttuod to Dr Bnllingor by the Al
bany medical collogodatod Marh ! , 188C
exhibit of which haa boon made to us
and wo are fully salitfiad that said Dr
Bellinger is a logular graduate of sal
Albany medical college. "
Buihnoll sells railroad tickets cheap t
OUT OF DEBT ,
rottiuvnttntnln County lifts 1'nhl
All lift IJnmlH Kxucpt FITO
Held by Unknown
The proceedings of tlio board of super-
isors , just closed , brings to light the
ory encouraging fact Hint Pottawa'ta-
nio county is free from dobt. The county
ronsurcr , Air. Bennett , reported that
10 Imd paid all of the county bonds ox-
cpt five of S1CO each , and the interest
n thcso ceased April 15. IJo could not
nd the holders of thcso bonds , and
lands ready to pay them on presentation ,
'hero will bo enough bond tax collected
urlng this year from taxes duo from
883 to pay the amount overpaid to-
wit : 81,272.80 , and the remaining bonds.
This report was accepted and approved.
The treasurer was directed to publish
notice requiring all persons holding any
ounty warrants , that they must present
10 sumo for payment on or before the
rst day of August , and that interest
will cease on that date.
JmdlcB of Council UlnfTd.
J. J. Auworda ifc Co. , No. 317 Broad-
ay , wish to announce that they have
ust in a fine line of hosiery and gloves.
Visa confirmation wreaths.
NO MORE OUTSIDERS ,
I'ho County .Tall Not To Bo Used By
Other CountICH Any Longer.
The county board has agreed on a high
irotoctivo policy in regard to the old
ounty jail , the following resolution being
doptcd which is itself explanatory :
WHKUEAS , the jail of this county is in-
ufliciont for the prisoners of this county ;
WHEIIKAS , the same has on different oc-
asiona been condemned by the grand
ury , now therefore , bo it
Jlcsulvcd , That no prisoners will in the
uturo bo received for custody from ad
orning counties , and that all prisoners
low confined in said jail from adjoining
ountios bo removed from said jail ; and
liat said counties bo instructed to remove
hem as Boon as possible.
"No Dlvy. "
The board of supervisors has boon pe-
itionud by a largo number of citizens ,
mostly from Avoca , who asked that the
> oard divide tho'county into supervisor
istrists. The board has refused to
; rant the petition , saying in its reaolu-
ion : "Wo believe that by granting said
ictition , and dividing the county as ro-
nested , that it would work a hardship
nd injustice in the representation in the
> oard of this country , as the city of
Council Bluffs amounts to about one-half
he population of the entire county ; and
vor one-third of the entire property
would thereby bp deprived the right
of having the voice in the selection of
moro than ono member , while the balance
> f this county would select four members
to servo on the board. "
The Now Grove.
A now grove of Druids , known as Mistletoe
tlotoo Grove Ko. 43 , D. A. O. D. , has
> con planted here , the following being
ho now oflicors : Win. A. Mynstor ,
Noble Arch ; D. M. Connell , Vice Arch ;
A. J. Cook , Past Arch and Medical Ex-
minor ; S. W. Fergusson , Secretary ;
Inrry Blrklnbino , Treasurer ; William
* atton , Conductor ; Qeorgo Knoto ,
inner Guard ; William Lewis , Outside
Guard ; B. J. Austin , R. B. to U. A. ; J.
J. Frainey , R. B. to V. A. ; Chas. Herr ,
L. B. to V. A. ; trustees S. W. Fergus-
son , A. J. Cook , and D. M. Connoll. The
regular meetings are to bo on the second
.nd . fourth Wednesdays of each month.
NOTICE. Special a > ortlsementg , > uo aa Logt ,
'ound , To Loan , For Sale , To Kent , Wanta , Io&rd
ng , oto. , will bo Inserted In this column at the low
rate of TEN CENTS I'EIl LINE for the flnt Insertion
and FIVE CENTS PER LINE tor eaoh subsequent n
mrtlon. Leave advertisements at our offloo , No.
Tearl Street , near Broadway
OLD PArEUS For Bale at UBI offloo , at 25 cento
WANTED Every bony in Council Ulufls to take
DcllTorod by carrier at only twenty
cents a week.
FOIl SALE Top IlUdKy , Dexter uprliiKS , and
xlngle haraem. Knijulro , JI. K. Seaman , 405
HOTEL KOIl HBNT-Tho cniont Houeo fo.
runt on reason * lo terms. Furniture will bo
Bold to renter. Apply on premises opposite Ilrood
way dummy depot , Council IlIuBi.
AQBNTS Ladles anil gentlemen can make fin
clans wages by selling the "Champion Bosom
Strecthur and ronlue Hoard. " lletalls at Sl.OO
Any lady can do up ft flno shirt without a wrinkl
ami Klojj It as nloolyasthoDoatlaundrloacan.Addres
( or | iaitlculars 0.1) . b. 4 1. Co. , BBS olHoo , ( or one
Railway Time Table
Tlio following are the times of the arrival and d
I'arture of trains by central standard time , at the
lool depots. Trains leave transfer depot ten uiln
u es earlier and arrhe ton minutes later.
C1IIC100 , bUHUNQtON AKD QU1SCT ,
6:35 : nm Chicago Express 0.00 am
) a m Font Mall. 7on : p i
6:45 : am Mall and Kspresi , 7:10(11 : (
l ; 30pm Aocoinmcdtllon. :30pm :
'At local depot only.
KANSAS CITY , HT. 101 AND COUNCIL ULUrrfl.
IO.OS a ia Mall and Express , 7:05 : p n
8:06 : p m 1'aclno Express , 6:60 : p m
CU10AQO , UILWADKX * AMD BT. FAPl.
6:25 : p m Express , 0.05 a m
9:16 : a in Express , 0:66 : p m
C1IIOA90 , KOCH ISLAND AND rACIHO.
6:30 : p m Atliutlo Express , 8.05 a m
0.25 a m I > ay Express , C.51 p m
7:20 p m * Des Molues Aoouinmodatlon , 0.CS p la
At local depot only ,
WABASU , BT. LOUIS ADD rACIflO.
9:66 : a m Mall , 4:45 : p I
4:60pin : Cannon UJ | 11:16am :
cmoAoo and NORTUWBSTUU ) .
6Sfl : p m Express , 0.50 p m
O.Siam radtlo Express , 8.05am
sioux cm AKD rAcino.
7:49 : p m St. 1'aul Exiiross , 8:50 : t ra
7iiOam Iay Express 0.60pm
6 : < X ) p in We teru Express , 8.35 a in
lli : lam I'aclQa Eipress , 4:40 : p in
7:40 : a m Local Express , 0.64 a m
12:10 : a lu Lincoln Express ,
At Trauifer only.
DUWUT TRAINS TOOUA11A.
U ve-7eiw-i:30-0so-to.so-n : : : : < o . m.
8SO4aoJTJJ3VllMp. : : . in Sundsy.SOUj : (
s , m. 1:30:30fi : : MIS5-lll5 : : p , ru. AriholOinlu
New and Beautiful Attractions
Ilnving just purchased in Eastern Markets very cooice stock of
Spring aud Summer Dress Goods , Ginglmms , Table Linen. Crashes , etc. ,
vo are prepared to olFerl an excellent selectio i of beautiful fabrics , and
hall do so at
UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES
These goods have just been opened from the manufacturers , find
comprise the latest designs and novelties of tbe season. Note below a few
of the MANY BARGAINS we are offering :
Summer silks , 35c ; Summer silks , 50c ; Summer silks , 75c. These
are special bargains and cannot be duplicntad. Good black silk at 50c ,
vorth 75c Choice black Radximer silk , 81.00 , usual price , $1.30.
Black Groa Grain silk , 80c. Pure Silk Ottoman at SI. 75 , worth $2 25.
Teavy Cloaking Tuniscinno at § 1.75. All grades of the famous Lyons
Silks J. C. Bonnet & Co. , and AutoiueGuinet &Co.j at Lowest Prices.
DRESS GOODS !
Good plaids at 5c , worth 10c Brocade dress goods at 8c , worth loc
Jhoice colored cashmeres at 30c. Figured suitings at 30c. Very fine
all-wool suitings , double width at 75c , and never sold for less than 81.00.
Also beautiful combination suitings at very low prices.
TABLE LINEN AND CRASHES
Good all linen table at 30c , Good all linen table at 40c. Choice all
inen table at 60e. Very fine all liuon table at 81.50 , worth 82 SO
Table crash 5c a yard. All linen towels at lOc each. All linen towels
at 12c each.
Prints 3c. Good Bleached Muslin , 5c. Good unbleached muslin ,
> c. A finp assortment of beautiful spring Shawls at popular prices.
? ull stock of Domestic Paper Patterns. B3 Catalogues free.
Very large stock of Ingrains , Tapestry and Body Brussels , Vnlvets ,
tfoquettes , Axminsteis , &c. . at lowest prices in the west.
Harkness Brothers ,
401 - COUNCIL '
Broad-way - - BLUFFS'
ICE CREAM PARLOR.
Taught by PJIOF. SCHNOOB Tuesday and
Friday evenings from 8:30 :
to 20:30 : o'clock.
KINK FOU KENT AT § 15.00 TER NIOUT.
J3-LARCEST FLOOR IN TOWN ,
H. H , MARTENS , Prop'r.
Mrs , HJ. Hilton , H.D. ,
PHYSICIAN & STTMEON ,
322 Middle Bro dsy. . Council Blutu.
WESTERN 101A NORMAL
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS lOtVA
THE23rd of JUNE 1884.
A complete course for teachoia and those desiring
a higher Kncllfh education , a full buslncus course ,
with training In actutl business practice and gtncr-
a corrooixindenro , short hand , ormuienta ! pcnaan-
ship , i locution , Urrman and music. Splendid rooms ,
largo , light and well furnished , charges viry moder
ate , cost of ll\Ing reasonable , society good , experi
enced tiachcrs. for further particular * . Inquire of
BEA'llMLKY ' A PAULSON.
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
N. SCHURZ ,
Justice of e Peace.
OFFICE OVEH AMRUIOAN JSXI'UESS.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - IOWA ]
BOOGE'S SIOUX 01TY HAMS.
J. Y. FULLER ,
Ha .89 I'earl Street Ccuncll Bluffi ) , Iowa ,
Peraona wishing to engage tlus Band
for parties , nocinblea. scronados , oto. ,
eliouldciUl or address , JACOII P. SCHMIDT ,
Manager , 25 North Main St.
TUCK , omcu , u. M. f WIT.
OFFICER & PUSEY
Council Bluffs U.
Established - - 1856
Dailtrsln foreign and omcstlo KxchaDgo aq
GASH TALKS !
A.t the well-known Establishment
J. P. FILBERT ,
209 Upper Broaaway , the
01 Council Blufla. Notlco our reduced Price List.
16 pounds Extra 0 Sufjar for . tl 00
11 pounds Granulated Sugar . 1 00
26 pounds Choice Oatmeal . . . 1 ( X
25 pounds Na\y Boana. . 1 CK
JO pounds B'bt Bulk Starch . 1 00
12 pounds Carolina Rice . 1 W
12 pounds Choice Prunca . 1 00
25 bars BulTftlo Soap . 1 ( X
Extra Lake Trout , per pound . U )
Lorrlhard's I'lu , , ' pur Ib . 40
1 dozen Mackerel . . . . 16
Colorado Hour , Winter , per owt . 2 W
10 pounds Ginger Snap * . 1 01
40 pounds h inloy . 1 00
gallon keg Sjiup . 1 70
White Kish , per kit . 80
Mackerel , uerklt . 8 !
Dates , per pound . 10
10 S pound cans St ndard Tomatoes . 100
All kinds California Fruit j .
pound Luak'a Standard 4 ( or . 1 00
T. T. T.
All grades , according to quality , Ifia to BOo pot
Wo also carry a full line of lien's , Ladles' and
Children's flne Shoes and Slon'i Fine Boots at very
lowpricew. Also full luio 01 Tinware and general
merchandise. Call on us aud bo convinced that you
can save uionny by dealing with us. Goods delivered
free In any part of the cttv.
Iu k word , we are bound to sell and challenge ail
autlaole competition In tnla county.
J. 1' . F1LHERTI
SO'lu .or Droaduav
We eua'antee the cure of the following named din-
solace , or no nay : Itheumatlsm , Scrofula , Ulcers ,
Catarrh , a'l ' Blood andiklndlseoios , liwmla , Liver
Complaint , Kidney and lllikddcr Diseases. Gout , Neil-
algla and Asthma , Thesa Springs are the fa\orl (
csort ot the tired ail 1 debllttatad , and are the
FEE11LE LADIK8 UKST t'KIEND ,
OooJ hotel , Ihcry and bathing accomodatlon both
winter and summer. Locality highly plcturea uo
and healthy Accessible by Wabish railway ,
Evona. or 0. , B. ti O. , at Albany. Corrtwpoimenc
solicited , UEV. M. it. THOMPSON.
Albany , Siloim Springs , Ooutry Co. , Uo.
Speclflo Omlty 1.002
Ueactloti , . , Ncutra
Catbonlo Acid Gas , 26 In. per gallon
Carbonate Calcium 34,021 Drains
Parbonate Iron , 7,041 ! '
Sulphate Magnesia 30 ' <
Sulphate Calcium 1U0 "
Chloride Sodium 7,280 > <
SlUlc * l,68fl "
Alumina * , . . . , .0,010
Organloand Volatile matter and loia. . , , . 1,469 "
otal nollds per gallon 67,174 "
WKIOUT& MIEBILL , Chemists
As there are many
So-Oalled Veterinary Surgeons
In this city , who are practicing ; their < i\i ckny on
our peoiile , 1 derm it but juHKuto say that I dely
any ol them to pr < xl o > > a illplouu , or crcileutla's ' ,
nrtlcatlrnr that they ate giatliutes of any Teterlnarf
nitltuU' , and I do hereby caution the publl j ttgalni'
sucli iuacks ) ,
I am the Onlf Known , Ciadoate
IN WKSTBUN IOWA.
Office & Pharmacy , l25B'dway ' ,
AT HLUB UAHN.
T J OADY M D V S
, , , , , , , ,
H. H , HORNE & CO. ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
.r , nt ? ur EASTERN factory , of FINE HAVANA -hd
AUb. All Oigara sold by us nro of our own mamifacturo and warranted
OPERA HOUSE OIQAIl HOUSE , I 052 Broadway ,
H. H. UORNE&CO. , | COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - IOWA.
In order to give my entire attention to the manufacture and sale of HAIR
GOODS , my ntiro cf
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS AND NOTIONS
id at COST until nil disposed of.
No. 337 , W BROADWAY . . . . 3B ? ' P'COuSv w' ' IOWA.
FINE P ARLOE FURNITURE
CARPCT3. CURTAINS , WINDOW FIXTURES , and IMPAIRING " * * '
DC xx torio ! XJooox- tioxxs . xvixd TT-r : L' ' .
A Specialty. N '
NO. 309 BROADWAY COUNCIL BLUP
Mixed Rags Wanted.
The undersigned is paying the highest market price for
S. GOLDSTEIN , " - 540 Broadway , Council Bluffs
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
HATS , CAPS BUCK GLOVES ,
and 344 Broadway , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA
Sii-Wer , Griier and Fresco-Painter
Office No. 337 W Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
MAYNE & PALMER ,
Hard and Soft Goal
AND WOOD ,
BULK AND BARREL LUJE , LOUISVILLE AND PORTLAND CEMENT , MICHIGAN PLABTERHMR
HO , DS9 Broadway , - AND . SEWER . FIFE. . COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
504 Main Street , Council Bluffs.
TRUNKS , VALISES , AND SATCHELS
SAMPLE CASES a specialty. Shawl , Tourist , and Trimlc Straps.
Twenty Years Experience. - - Repairing Neatly Executed ,
ON IMPROVED FARMS IN
IOWA AND NEBRASKA !
S. W. FERGUSSON & CO. ,
, ORCLITT & FRENCH
urtalna , in Lace , ri'k , Turcoman , Etc. Oil cloths , Mattings , Linoleums Eto
jhoicest and Best Selected STOCK in the WEST ,
* ! / $ ancl bo convinced that wo are headquarters for all goods in our lino.
Sahoaicst ) iilaco to buy CARPETS , Curtains and House Furnishings in the
fl jgyy C'ty.
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