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THE DAILY BEE : COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA FRIDAY , MAI' 19 , 1882.
The Daily Bee.
BLUFFS-
Friday Morning May 19.
HATES :
By Carrier , - - - - 20 cent * per week
IljlUIl , . . . . . . tlOCOpcrYenr
Offlco : No. 7 Pearl Street , Noai
Broadway ,
0. E. MAYNE , < an | tcr City Circulation.
H. W. TILTON , City Editor.
MINOR MENTIONS.
Fancy goods nt cost at Hcrzmon's ,
Ul Call t.t Dllid'and see tlio tatin panel
lor hand-painting. Something now.
Goods fresh at low prices , llcrzm n.
Officer Cuslck , jentsrday , arrested n
man named Chester for being too drunk
to bo ootho streets , and locked htm ujifor
A hearing thii morning.
doting out sale at Herzman'n ,
Joseph Heller makes units in the Itxt-
cst styles at 310 Uroadwny. npr4-tf
The grand jury ycslerdny returned on
indictment agninnt Billy Griffith , nliufl
Cranky Bill , for Bleating n gripsack fillfil
with yaluableo , tha property of George
Jferguson , ol the 1'aclfio house.
Ilerzmon is surprising everybody.
Take your ice from the liluo Wnron
Ordcra taken at .T. T. Olirei'a and nt
Jones 15rob' . Grccciy. Mullholland&Co. ,
Successors to D. F. Etcher. np29tf
Mr. and Mrs. A. 13. Patlon dcsiro to
return their thanks to the friends and
neighbors for sympathy shown in their
bereavement both by act and word which
wcro greatly appreciated by them ,
When you want millinery and ladies'
uockwcar , go where yon-can hnvo a largo
assortment to select from ; there you will
get low prices and choice goodfi. The
largest stock in the city ia at Bliss * .
The gap in the St. Paul railway has
teen , completed , BO that now tliero is a
stretch of forty milca of the new reid run *
nlng cast from this city , The new road
will bo in active operation by the 1st of
.August.
Tom Ilyanwas found dead drunk on
the street and carted to the cooler. 1 ca-
tcrday ho was sober enough to appear in
court , and iras assessed $5 and costs ,
which ho concluded to work out.
J , Uogan was registered at the Hotel
do Fields as "tho big Irishman. " IJo yes.
terday began on a contract with the city
to work out $7 wotth of flue and costs.
Fourteen prairie schooners loaded
with emigrant * , men , women and child-
Tan , passed through this city yesterday ,
forming quito a procession. They hailed
from Missouri and stated that they wore
en route for Idaho ,
Patrick Itogan was picked up by
Ollisers Sterling and Bnrhyte , and cared
for at the calaboose. ' It was not quite
clear whether the fellow was drunk or
crazy , or a little of each. Yesterday ho
was released , Iho balance of evidence being
in favor of his mental imbecility , and
transportlon was. furnished him out of the
eltj.
eltj.John
John Y. Stone was in the field AS can
didate for congress. John Chapman and
Major Andeieon took a trip down the
joad. John Y. Stone's declination Im
mediately followed , Then ic leaked out
the plan waa to have Stone withdraw and
to be given as a sugar plum Anderson's old
shoes as railway commissioner. When
this was mode public John Y , Stone hur-
Tldly visits this city , for conference and
consultation. Next.
It ia understood that Mr. John Ahles
lias carefully prepared an address against
the propoaod prohibitory amendment , and
these who hnvo had the privilege of read
ing portions of it pronounce it as well
worthy a largo hearing. It is proposed
that ho shall deliver it nt tbo court house
at nn early date. There bus been little
speech-making hero on that side of the
question , and there is no doubt but 'that
the anti-prolilbltionlsts will find in Mr.
JVhloa a strong advocate. By all means
let the speech be brought out.
David Mattazls busy at work collect
ing the poll tax , and giving notices for all
* pay within three days , the charge being
93 in cash , or two day's labor upon the
treets under the supervision of the street
commissioner. Many prefer to work , and
Already the flume ordered removed from
Indian creek has been nearly taken away ,
and the bulk of the work has been done by
men thus working ont their poll tax. The
collector avows that those who either ro-
lose to work or pay will bo prosecuted
harply and promptly.
Yesterday afternoon F. W. Hall , one
! the most efficient and popular of the
clerks in the Union Pacific employ , was
married to Miss Maggie Merkel , the cere
mony being performed nt the residence of
the bride's father in this city. Ilev. B. F.
Dreaee officiated , and the company there
gathered was limited to the immediate rel
atives. The congratulations and well
wishes will not bo confined to these , however -
ever , anil if the half hoped for by friends
in realized , the future of the newly-wedded
mes will indeed be a happy and prosper *
ems one. Mr. and MM. Hall Immediately
* fter the ceremony started for a brief visit
to Chicago , after which the/ will take up
their residence in thin city. Tin ; DUE
office was remembered by a generous
upply from the wedding fca t.
BAD BUKQLARS.
Tbey Rifle a Hardware Store at Noola
and Baa Many ( roods , but
Little Caan.
Sometime during Wednesday night
the hardware store of Iloiohart Bros. ,
of Noola , in thU county , waa entered
by burglars and about three hundred
dollars' worth of goods and fifty conis
in money taken , The money waa in
pennies , being all that was loft in the
jiionoy drawer at night. The stolen
goods consisted of about ono hundred
and seventy-five pocket knives , thirty-
live or forty razors , set silver spoons ,
ir small revolvers and four bull dog
revolvers , forty-four "calibre and otlior
email articles , It seems they emptied
A Back of eeed to iot ; a sock to carry
off their plunder , The store was
entered by a aide window , and the
burglars let themselves out at the
back door. As yet no clue to rob-
tors or goods has been obtained , but
ihe matter is being investigated ,
POUTlCAIi PLOTTERS-
How the Military Wire Pullorfl arc
Doing Balked In Tliotr Plans.
The "colonel , " editor of the Nonpareil
paroil , and Major Anderson have thui
far been planning and working 01
though there wcro none others in thcii
political party who had any rights 01
voico. The "colonel" haa sot Andor
ion up as the most available candidate ,
whom "tho colonol" could UBO as hi
desires to further some political
scheme of his own. Having thus con.
eluded to use Anderson , it becomce
ncccesary to work up a boom for him
if possible. The country editors wore
scon , and a few of thorn fell into the
trap of using the laudatory notices
which had boon prepared for thoii
columns , and these few being gathered
up , have boon printed and reprinted
in the Nonpariol , together with edi
torial whoops of its own , to give the
impression if possible that everything
was for Anderson. The Nonpareil
has sought to do nil the nominating
and it is safe to say that if it could du
all the electing , Anderson would be
put into congress as an embodiment ol
John W. Chapman , to bo used to ad
vance his personal interests and the
interests of all monopolies , both inon
being well known advocates of mo
nopoly interests.
This pretty pair of political workora
having thus worked up what they delight -
light to call a boom , which is simply n
boom on paper , try to carry the im
pression that there is a popular do-
maud for Anderson's nomination , and
that the children cry for it. They
will have the public believe that An
derson is tq bo nominated by acclama
tion , that no convention is needed ,
only as a matter of form , to go through
the motions.
Right on the heals of such a boast
ful declaration they call for an early
convention : Why is an early conven
tion wanted by thorn ? They say because -
cause they don't want politicians to
have time to pull wires and put up
jobs , which may thwart the will of
the people. Those twin wire-wokors
are wonderfully afraid ot the will of
the people being thwarted ! Nonsense.
It takes no sago to BOO that they have
put up a little job of their own , and
are nervous for fear that the people
will got posted on it , and knock it to
pieces unless they can spring an early
convention upon them , It remains to
bo scon whether the committee can bo
this easily hood-winked , and if an
whether the delegates will stand such
a scheme.
The election next fall is one month
later than usual , and yet they viant
the convention called two months
earlier than usual. Why ? They
think they have got their work in such
shape that it may stand until the 22d
of Juno , but if the convention is later
it will tumble down over their heads.
Two men who can desire and have the
brazenness to advocate such a scheme ,
shall bo the last to bemoan the fact
or express their fear that politicians
will sot up pins , and make sly plans
to stifle the unmusical cry for Ander
son.
son.It is stated on good authority that
Major Anderson and W. F. Sapp ,
with others , hold a consultation the
other day , in which the latter urged
that the committee , whose duty it it
to call the convention should moot and
decide upon a date. Anderson nat
urally objected , probably because it
was easier to go to them individually
and toll them that the other members
didn't object to an early convention ,
and thus got nssont , ono by ono.
At last Anderson urged that it
might do to send notices to
have the committee met hero to-mor
row. Mr. Sapp wanted it put off
until next Tuesday , so that the mem
bers would have time to pack their
grips ; but no Anderson wouldn't
consent. Io ) said ho didn't ' care
whether the committee met or not.
Ho had the consent of a majority of
the committee , and could call the
convention at any time to suit him.
Who is this Anderson who thus pro
poses to bar out all other candidates ,
to call a convention to suit himself , to
gobble a nomination whether the
people want it or not , who in politics
shows that ho was trained in the camp
of monopoly long enough to learn not
to respect the rights of others , or give
fair play to any rivals ? Who is ho ?
And who is the man Chapman , who
is behind him and manipulating him )
If they are allowed to answer the
question themselves they would an
swer as they have already answered ,
that Anderson is the only man tor
whom the people clamor , and Chap
man the only man whom the people
look to bo told who to clamor for.
The people fortunately think differ *
ontly , and their little scheme to have
& convention called at once will react
on both of them with a dead thud
which will make them sick at heart.
Aside from all considerations of fair
play and a full hearing , there ia an-
uthor strong reason why a convention
shall not bo called on the 22d of
Tune. The prohibition amendment is
to bo voted on upon the 27th of Juno.
That date was fixed upon for the ex
press purpose of keeping that issue
iloof from any political struggles for
Dflico , and to divide the pubho mind ,
by forcing the congressional struggle ,
jr to try to got snap judgment while
the people are occupied with thii con-
lidoration of the proposed amend *
nont , is only in keeping with the
foolishness and unfairnesn of the
whole scheme hatched in the Non
pareil oflico.
THE MURDER TRIAZ * .
Patrick Rattlsan Onarged with KillIng -
Ing McKay.
In the district court yesterday the
trial of Patrick Rattigan begun. The
chief witness for the state was Ander
son , whoao hired man , McKay , was
the victim of the aflruy , in which the
Riltigan brothers were participants.
It appeared that the dispute arose be
tween Michael Rattigan and McKay
about the latter passing through a
certain lane , and a fight ensued in
which Michael got McKay down on
the ground , and while choking him ,
Patrick pitched in , and , according to
Anderson's statement , ho kicked
Mo Kay in the head , and on the latter
Dotting to his foot again ho staggered
jJT , foil end 00011 died , The coroner
testified ni to the wound found on the
head. The burden of the defense
fecmcd to bo that during the fight
Patrick Rattigan separated the two ,
and the deceased potting up , appar
ently unhurt , ran off and fell down in
a rut , by which fall ho received the
fatal injuries. The arguments are to
bo made this morning.
VATTQHAN's"VEXATION. .
Ho Finds Himself Called Upon to
Shoulder Some of tha Tourna
ment Bills.
In scouring the firemen's tourna
ment hero last year , and jn carrying it
through to ft success , there was con
siderable expanse incurred , and the
Bottling of some of the bills has caused
some trouble , and especially so to ox-
Mayor Vaughan , who was at the head
of the city government at that time
In making the arrangements a large
number of cots wore secured for the
accomodation of the crowds , and in
the settlement for these a judgment
has secured against Vnughnn for $250 ,
which hu does not relish of course , as
ho claims that only about SCO of the
promised donations were paid , so
that the balance falls upon him.
Still another suit haa boon brought ,
the result of which would naturally
disgust the little ox-mayor with tour
naments , and cool down his enthusi
asm for enterprises to benefit or ad-
vurtiso the city. In preparing for the
tournament it wns proposed that the
city ohall secure the presence of a
number of prominent firemen from
clsowhoro , and should secure from
them not only such information as
might prove of vuluo concerning the
lire departments , firoalarms , etc. , butte
to add to the interest of the occasion ,
draw others , end shsw the city to
representatives of otlior cities ns an
advertisement It was proposed that
the city appropriate § 250 for meeting
the expenses of showing these guests
around , and caring for them , Pour
of thu old council voted for it ,
they being AldermonSpolman , Fonda ,
Phillips and Churchill , and four voted
ngaiiis- . It was a tie , and although
the mayor had not the right to a vet ° ,
still ho voted for the appropriation
and declared it carried. An order
wait drawn for the amount , $200 , and
it was cashed nt u discount , ao that
only $225 cash was realized. These
prominent firemen were shown around
in carriages , and other hospitalities
bestowed upon them , ami aa a windup -
up a supper waa served to thorn and
others , including representatives of
the prpss. Tins cost about § 00. Of
the original amount there wan 8-11
loft unexpended , and iintead of fol
lowing the usual custom of expend
ing a full appropriation , the ox-mayor
had the startling audacity to turn
back this $44 into the city treasury.
There has been ti kick about the
$250 appropriation , and 0. R. Scott
in behalf of the city began n uuit
against Vaughan and the alderman
who voted for it , to compel them to
turn back the . $250 into the treasury ,
aa having boon illegally appropriated.
The suit has been continued ono term ,
and was on the docket for trial this
term , but yesterday a settlement was
agreed to by which Vaughan and the
aldermen concerned are to pay $150
and the costs ,
If all the money which has thus
boon illegally appropriated by differ
ent councils is to be recovered by no
tion , there will bo numerous { chances
for lawyers to got in their work.
There is hardly a year passes but
what , technically st least , money is
illegally appropriated. Hero is a mine
which may bo worth working , and
which will put money into the treas
ury , which needs it so badly. Consist
ency demands that other suits bo be
gun now.
PERSONAL
David Doctor , of New York , waa reg
istered nt the Oydori yesterday.
John Y. Stone , of Glenwood , was nt the
Ogclon yesterday for n abort time.
Harry C. Nathan , of Now York city ,
was hero yesterday looking after the per-
turnery business.
Conductor D. J. Crawford , of Western ,
was hero yesterday , it being the first trip
since ho took himself a wife.
Harry Dirklnblne , who hai chares of
the water works construction , has returned
from Philadelphia , with his family.
L. 15. Williams , state lecturer of the
Farmer's Alliance of lotva , was in the city
yesterday , looking over the Geld with a
view of holding a convention at some early
date , in the interests of anti-monopoly.
President W. F. King , of Cornell Col
lege , of Mt. Vernon , Iowa , wcs In the city
yesterday looking after the interest * of
that Institution. The date of the com
mencement week at thii college haa been
chnnged BO that it now stands June -Oth to
20th , instead of from June 24th to SOU ) ,
which change the friends and nlummi
dhould heir In mind ,
DIED IN THE TENT.
Ono of the Bmnll Pox Cnsos Proves
Fatal-Tbo Otbora Recovering1 ,
Of tbo four caies of small pox now
being cared for in the tout on the
county poor farm , ono yesterday ter
minated fatally. Ho was a young
man named Win. Jones , who was
taken ill at John ' Norman's house ,
and who was removed from thence to
the tent last Monday night. Ho has
grown rapidly worse until yesterday
death came to him. Ho was a young
man without family , and came here ,
it ii said , from Chicago. Ilia friends
live in Pennsylvania.
The three other cases now being
cared for at the tout are reported as
getting along nicely. Two of them
will bo ready probably for disohargo
as cured by next Sunday or Monday ,
and the other soon after. It is
thought that no further cases tviil
arieo from any exposure caused by
these cases ,
No HnuituifKiim tbo American
People.
Yon can't humbug the American people
ple , when they find n remedy that ult
them ; they use it and recommend it to
their frior-da. Juat exactly the case with
SritlNO ULOHHOM which ha * become a
household word all over the United dutea.
Price W cents , trial bottle * 10 cent * .
. mlSdlw
Had n Good Thing.
From the Will Street News.
A utranger who seemed to bo Iron
C < ftnecticut wai strolling throupj
Battery park Iho other dixy , when h (
was accosted by a match peddler , ant
asked to make n purchase.
" .No , thankco. I don'tsmokochow , ,
play cards or drink whisky , nnd ]
don't need them , " waa the reply.
1 ' 1 " the match
am very poor , pleaded
'
man.
"Ahl then you put it on the ground
of charity , oh ? Very well. Now , rny
friend , how much do you make on a
box of matches ? ' '
"Three emit * . "
"And how old are youl"
" . "
"Thirty.fivo.
"Just no. You have fifteen years
of active Hfo before you , In fifteen
years there are 320 months , 1,320
weeks , or 9,240 days. Knock off the
Sundays and wo have 7,010 days on
which you can sell matches , You
ought to sell fifteen boxes per day.
That is an income of 45 cents ; 7,040
days multiplied by 45 gives o57,820
cents , which is 83,577.20 , and don't
you forgat it No , sir , I can't buy on
the grounds of charity. You'vo got a
good thing , All you'vo got to do is
to preserve your money in an old
stocking , and at 50 retire from busi-
urns and invcstin 7 percent securities.
PASS on , sir. "
A Vexed Clergyman.
Kvcn the patience of Job would become
exhaustive ! were he n preacher nnd endeav
oring to interest hit audience while Ihey
were keeping up nn incrcs-ant couching
making it impossible for him to lie heard ,
Yet , how veiy en y cm all thh be avoided
by simply usintt Dr. Kins'a New Discove
ry for Cnnxumptlnn , Coughi nml Colds.
Trial Ltottlcs gien away at C , F. Good-
man's druR store.
WANTED. To trade a line lot of
Sowing Machines for Nebraska land.
Address , M. A. TUAVIS ,
Box 1332 Council J31ufls , Ia.
mi\yl3 Cl *
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICES.
NOTICE. Special tultcrtUcnicnU , sue aa
Lost , Found , To Loan , For Sale , To Rent ,
Wants , Hoarding , etc. , nlll be Inserted In thin
column at tlio low ratoot TEN CENT9 I'KIl
LINE for the Crst Insertion and FIVE CENTS
PEIl LINE for oich subsequent Insertion
Leave iulv crtUcmenta at our office , No. 7
Pearl Street , nc r Hroadway.
Wants.
ANTtfD f.'ondgirl for general hoi'icwork
Inqnlrcat li.e ulllie. uii > i&U
" \T7"ANTi:0 : Olrl to do HXtiutal housrwork.
YV Apply Kit. W. B. Auicnt lonicr 7th
ami 8th uv. mijIOtf
Sltuiti'jn by u yoiin ! * man from
WANTED liuok ktoncr orclorU , bonk Ko p-
Injc preferred. AdJuts , J. H. T , UKK olllci
\ I'lrft dim Canviswr For
WANTED ' ( | at lieo Olllcc , Cmnoll
Bluffs. iunjl2tf
lo torrespond with noing
WANTED
lady , for ami'nunm.v. Adlnss J. F. , Ilcu
Oll'iic , Council tlludj. miylSut *
\\TANTED Everybody In Council Bluffs lo
YY to takoTim Unit , 20 cents per week , dc
Ihcrcd by carriers. Oilko , No 7 1'oarl Street'
near Hroadway.
To buy 100 tona broom corn.
WANTED address Council Bluffi
nroom Fdctorv. Rouncll Illuftn. Tnwa ( IRR.2W
For Sale and Bent
HXNT Furnished room. Inquire No. G
FOU strait. niajUtf
SAl E Ono survevor'R comoass and Irl-
FOR , W. andL , E. OurloyX T.o . > . N. Y. ,
make , as good at new. Eox U , Council Dliins
' mlO-3i"
T7OH RALE Building corner of Sucn h and
C Broadway. Suitable lor butlncssortlwoiling.
For yartlculura enquire of O. F. > mlth. mCtf
EOII SALE. Eighty-aero farm pattli cultl'
rated , twomllea ucst of Omaha Udell &
I ay. iu-U-tf
" 171011 HKN < 1'art or whole of nice residence ,
J' or will eell on easy tcims. > pi > ) y at I ue
oirice. ma > 2-tl
"I7IOII RKNT T o pleasant r'onm In % ery da-
I1 slrable location , tlllior furnlaliod or uufurn-
latiod ; suitable for ladlis or frcntknicn.
aprll-lt J. W. SQU UK & CO.
ITIOI : HAU ; mn'itmil rcsldcnco join , § 30
1 ; each ; iiothliiL- down , and 8Jpcr"onlli only ,
by KX-MAYOrt VAUOIIAN
qpl3-tf
lU'JJT Bechtrll'g Hotel , middle liroad-
FOIl ay , Council Dulls , Iowa ; Is a woll-krowu
housu ; beat location In the city. HUoilnj ; In-
cludt d. Call on or addresi
apltaim I'CTElt UEC1ITELL.
1710118ALB Old papers 25o jcr hundred , nt
1 The H < - nlllce. Council BluflH. n27-tf
Miscellaneous.
milE EXChLSlOll OALLblUY Ibo tiist to In-
JL Iroduco tlio iiew Inataiitaneoui JTOCCBS md
maVe a success ot It. Call and sea epeclmoiiB.
Fair KoUl spoctailcs. A liberal reward
J HllltepaldlfkftatTimlUliolko. m5tf
. W. L. I'ATTON Phjslclan and Oculist.
DU. cure any COUP of ere cye . It Is only
a mutter of time , and can cure generally in
from three to flro weeks-It maktH no difference -
once how long diseased. Will straighten crdts
eyes , operate and remote I'lyrcirinnm , ito. , and
Inseit artificial eyes Eixtlal attention to rm
mo > e nit tailuwornm. ap5-tf
A NYONK WANTING sotrehue quillty broom
jt\ . corn wed can Kct | t bv writing to
plS tt P. T. MAYNE. Council Uluffs
One of the best tond-cUss Hotels In the
Weit Is Iho
BROADWAY' HOTEL ,
A. E UllftWN , Proprietor.
Not. Ml and 63U Ilroiduay , ' ouncll llluffa , Iowa.
Table ( uppllcd with tha best the market af-
fo.-ds. U od rooms and Urst-claii bods. Terms
\ cry reasonable.
UNION AVENUE HOTEL.
817 Lower Broadway ,
Mrs , G. Gerspacher & Son ,
FinBT CLA 8 HOTEL AT HRASONAllLn
1'UIOEi. 1U\NHIUNT3 ACCOMMODATKD.
HOTEL KO.l UENT. 0001) IthASONS tOU
KE.NTINU.
SCANDINAVIAN HOTEL
N , Anderson , - - Proprietor ,
782LovtorUroadu y.
Table > uppl ed with the best the nurlictaf-
forili , Tcruit ta.Waiid $ l.OUpcrveck. Transient
81.00 per day
If Yon Wish a Iianob Go to
LOUIE DUQUETTE ,
Soups , Meat * , nnd Eatables nlwaja on
liatvi. Viva Cents per call.
STARR & BUNCH ,
HOUSE , SIGN ,
AND
ORNAMENTAL PAINTERS.
PAPER HANGING ,
KALSOMINING AND GRAINING ,
Shop Corner Broadway and Scott Bt
TOO UTTERLY UTTER !
BOSTON TEA GO.
Are ? ujiplying the Aesthetic
Wants of { he Public in
FINE GROCERIES ,
With Everything in Staples at
the Lowest Prices ,
Fresh Roast Coffees ,
Chioce Drawing Teas.
Boston Tea Go.
16 Main St , and 15 Pearl St. ,
Council Bluffs ,
W.W.SHERMAN
MANUFACTURER OF
Road , Track , Coach & Livery
HARNESS !
FINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
E. H. SUEHMAN , Business Manager.
WM. CIIIUSTOPIIBH , Mechanical Manager.
124 3. Main St. . Council Bluffs , Ia.
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GOLD ! GOLD ! GOLD !
Bright nnd yellow nnd bird nnd cold ,
Molten , graven , hammered nnd rollM ,
Heavy to Ret nnd light to hold ;
Hntrded , bartci ed , bought nnd sold.
Stoltn , borrowed , squandered , and doled ;
Spurned by the youuf ; , tut hugged by the
old
To the very verge of the churchyard
mould ;
Fiice of many aciimo untold.
GOLD ! GOLD !
If vou want to have gold yiu must
spend your nuney to the very best advant
age. JDo business with ca h men , nnd
where only one pilca will be asked or
taken.
REMEMBER
"A tree is known by its fruit "
A store by its prices.
ONE THING CERTAIN
Our prices are riiht. Our business is n
guirantee that fair dealing is our watch
word. XLORiaour motto. Our busi
ness ia in a most healthy condition. Every
department is doing good work. Canned
Goods are goins < off very cheap. Teas
and Coffees n choice assortment. Fancy
Shelf Goods for the million. Come and
sco us , we will do you pooJ.
F , J , OSBOENE & CO , ,
162 Broadway , Opposite Ogden
EOUPO.
COUNCIL BLUFFS
MANUFACTURERS OF
ENGINES , BOILERS ,
AND
GENERAL MACHINERY
Offlco and Works , Main Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
We give special attention to
Stamp Mills , Smelting Furnaces ,
HOISTERS AND
GENERAL MILL MACHINERY ,
HOUSE FRONTS.
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
will receive prompt attention. A general u-
eortmont of
Brass Goods , Belting , Pining ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Pig Iron , Ooke , Ooal ,
OHAS , HENDRIB ,
President.
2. OSOARWILDE 2.
GAS FIXTURES.
Bixby & Wood ,
TUB PLUMBERS.
On Bancroft or ( Fourth Ftreeta- )
"
J. M. PALMER ,
DEALEIl JN
REAL ESTATE
AND LOAN AGENT ,
COUNCIL BXitTFFS , IOWA.
Drs ; Woodbury & Son ,
Cor. Pearl A lit Ave. COUNCIL Itl.UFFS.
MAURER & CRAIG ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
Rich Out Glass , Flno French China ,
Silver Ware &c. ,
840 HROAPW-T. CQUKC1L IILUFF3. IOWA.
"
MRS , B , J , HILTON , _ 4 , D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
ggg Broadway , Council Plug * .
W. B. AUEJJT. JAOOI3 BlilS
AMENT & SIMS ,
Attorneys & Oounsellors-at-Law ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS. JUWA ,
HARKNESS , ORCUTT & GO. ,
DRY GOOD
AFD CARPET HOUSE.
*
Broadway , Cor- fourth Street , ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa ,
mnr-S-Sm
- -
J.
IP I mean business nnd no blowing ,
Having recently contiaoted for 600 : M :
IPL Oigacs and over 200 Pianos for the sea-
eoii , to bo sold at Bargains for Cash , aud
L on tiiLQ Agents wanted. TT
Correspondence solicited.
O d. MUELLER ,
O
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
F. F. FO
Guarantees the Best $1.50 , $1.75 and $2.00
Bluff and Willow Streets , Council Bluffs ,
Mirrors. Upholstery. Bepairing , Etc , , Wood and Metallic Coffins.
No. 43C Broadway , Cor. Eryant St. , Council Bluffa , Iowa.
UNION BAKERY ,
517 SOUTH MAIN STREET ,
THE BEST BREAD IN THE CITY. None but firat-clasa Bakers
employed. Bread , Cake , Pies , &c. , delivered to any part of the city. Our
Wagons run all day.
P. AYRES , Proprietor. N
M E T C A L F B R O S. ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS . IN
Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves.
CHICAGO PRICES DUPLICATED.
Haa For Sale , Town Lots , Improved and Unimproved , alao , Railroad Lands ,
and a number or Well Improved Farma , both in Iowa and Nebraska.
Office with W. S. MAYNE , over S.ivimjB Bank , - COU VOIL BLUPS
NEW STYLES JUST RECEIVED-
GEO. R. BE&RD , 11 Pearl Street , Council Bluffs
C. A. I1EEIJK , W. UUNYAN , W. BEEDK
C. A. BEEBE & CO ,
Wholesale and llctall Dealers In
FURNITURE AND CROCKERY ,
Nos. 207 & 209 Broadway. Council Slug's.
Mrs , J , E , letcalfe and Iiss Belle Lewis
Are now dealing In all kinds of fancy goods , euch IB Laces , Embroideries , Ladles' Undcrwca
of all descriptions. Also Handkerchiefs , both In silk and linen , hose ol all Kin Ja. thread , pins ,
nccdlcB , itc , We hope the Indies will call and ECO our etock of KOOila at (33 Broadway biforo go
lot ; f Uewhere.
E. J. DAVIS , 13 PEARL STREET ,
Dealer In
ZEPHYRS , CERMANTOWN AND FANCY YARNS
of All Kinds. A Full Uno of Cnnvns , Felts , EmTjroltlory , Knitting
and Stnmjiod GoodsNioo Aciiortneut of Applique Flctnroa
JE5S 9
i
v\
412 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWJ
And WESTSIDB SQUARE , CLARINDA IOWA ,

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