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6 THE DAILY BEE--COUISTClL BLUFFS , IOWA THURSDAY , JULY 13 1885 ,
The Daily Bee.
COtMIL BLUFFS.
Thursday Morning , July 13.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES !
By Currier , - - - - - SOccnUj r week.
ByUaU , - - - - - - 110.00 per Year.
Office : No. 7 Pearl Street , Near
arc ad way.
0. E. JIAVNE , MMiopor City Circulation.
H. W. T1LTON , City Editor.
MINOR MENTIONS.
Shcrradcn makes pho
Fen SALE. A fresh milch cow with
calf. Ii. W. Tru-ms.
The Knabe case wai again continued
yesterday , this time till next Friday.
A fu'l ' line of part } gloves and fluwcni
at Bills' .
Store act ! dwelling for palo by Herz-
man ,
The Union Pacifici and Council Ultilfs
nines ate to meet on the diamond field hero
Saturday afternoon.
Hcmimn Is liound to close out ,
Great bargains In all goods at Her/ *
tnan'rf ,
The council decided not to meet la < t
night , Alderman Shugarl being absent
from the city. It will meet to-night
Instead.
Joneph Itcltcr makcsjsullslln the Int
ent styles nt 310 Broadway.
The Cuppy-t'latncr race Is now de
clared off w y off nnd It is stated that
thn money will bo pruned back by the
stakeholder.
Fine line of inens' , boys 'and ' side
saddles at Sherman's , 121 S Main.
A marriage llreneo wai yesterday
granted Thomas Johnxon , ol Omaha , anil
Mary A. Croycn , of Wanhintiton , Nu-
bratka.
Millinery goods fllty cents on thedol-
arat Hctzinan'K.
David Mottax has nuccccdo'l In mule-
ing ncvoral of those employed at the trans
fer pay poll tax and othern will probably
follow , Tho'o felluwM Imvoworrled lavld
greatly.
Charles Gnyluro , a'to well known
among hU acquaintance an L/harles Allen ,
died in thin city at half past eleven last
night after hulfcring for a lon time from
that fell dbeaiu consumption.
Alar o number of dtfatiHn against
naloon kcepcra were entered in tlio BUjier-
ior court , it Icing a mere mutter of form
to colUct the $ 25 u month lii/unno / , that
nmount being put up as iv bond forappcur
anca and then balng furfeitcd.
A young man named Xcb 1'ointn ha.i
been brought in from Lovelaml , nnd
lodged In Jill licro to await tlio notion of
the grand jury.Tha olfuntu chargai against
him In burglary. The jail is no now one
for him , ho having been locked up hero for
a time la t winter on the chargj of de
frauding a hotel.
John Price was a norry looking bub-
ject , when ho appeared lu tlio jmperlor
court yesterday morning to plead guilty to
liclng drunk. Ho hod only n imirt und
trousers for raiment , no hat , no shoes or
Blockings. Una peeper was closed , effec
tually , and hU countenance HO battered as
to be prime facial ovldcnco of having run
against somebody's fist. Ho had no 37.60 ,
and went down.
PERSONAL
W , F. Sapp has returned from bin trl |
eastward ,
J ; . 0. Baldwin , KSIJ , , baa returned fiom
W , S. Wilnon and 11. 11. Howard , of
Denver , nro at the Ogdcn.
John S. 1) ) , Coggesholl started oantwnn'
yesterday morning for n few days' almcnco
K. G. Bailey , a prominent farming 1m
plemunt dealer , of Oakland , Iowa , id li
the city.
Colonel Dalley expects to ptart either
to-day or to-morrow for a wcok'x trip t <
r- : Dakota.
Tlio condition of Gargn 1) , I'holpn , o
the Ogden home , li reported ns clmnge <
but little within the pant day or two.
L. D. Chafe , formerly a carpenter ul
AVOCJ , has just rrturnod from Nenratka
and will engage In that buiineiM in this
city.
I *
" Hon. O , IL Litchman loft yesterday for
If" ' ' Ottumwa , where he is to speak , and wil
then visit Cedar llapiila and Hock Island
before going to his Massachusetts home ,
A. MoUftne , G , L. KIch and Webb Vln
cent , of Fort Dodge , have been upending a
day or two in the city , looking Up th
prospects of a packing house enterprise Ii
contemplation here ,
Illsoa to Explain.
W * COUNCIL BLUVFH , July 11.
To the Editor of The lice :
You published quilo a paragraph i
Monday's issuu of the abuvo pupc
rolutivu to a lost child , AH you giv
ono aide , I would like the othur t
gut nu equal airing , us it coitninly ro
fleets on mo aa the mother of the los
0110.
0110.Tho
The letter that told mo of her or
rival , I rocuivud to-day. It wan vrril
ton on the fith , just six days befor
delivered , though I sent to thu peal
offlco on the Gth nnd RMi.
Aa I had written for her , I tout t
meet the train named. Her alato
iniaacd her through a crowd of BO
diors. I did not search further , as
had not had the letter , nnd being
new Buperindent at thu asylum I au [
] K > Bed lie would not uuiul her.
would like thm publiahed to clua
jnysolf with friends hero una in Glei
M-ood , and cast the blumo wliuro it bt
Jongi , namely "postal clork'a" dolaj
and oblige ALUIK ULAHKK'H UUTIIKU.
Hereford' * Acid Phokjibato
t WKOKBHI'JT.
DB. 0. N. FJLKS , Portland , Mo.
naye : "Of all the camples of medicin
Bout rae during the pant donen years i
is tlio only ono I have over founc
which lias become a necoaaity in in
own household. " iullOd&wlw
The directors have placud | 2,0K
tornado insurance upon I ho Y i
ji t hool-houee ,
FOUND A FLAW.
A Hole in the License Ordi
nance Through Which Ped
dlers May Escape.
Another Bunr-lo In Frnmlnjj the
of the Municipality.
Yesterday afternoon n young man
amed Booth WAS brought into the
uperior court , charged with violating
ho new ordinance covering licenses
f all Boris , ho having peddled
locks without paying the $10 an-
ual foe.
Messrs , D.uloy & Burke appeared
s his attorneys , and entered n do-
nuror , Betting up the fact that there
won no penalty fixed in the ordi-
nnco for the failure to procure a
cense.
This led to an txiftniimlioti of the
rdinanco ns printed , and the Jiacov-
ry of thu fact was made that thiro
ind bcon a bad blunder made which
ill necessitate the amending and re-
> rintingof the whole ot the lengthy
trlinancc * .
The ordinance , which la intended to
mbody nil HCBIISO regulationa , IH
ivided itito chapters. Kowhoru in
10 first chapter is thuro any penalty
xed for failing to take out n liueiiBo ,
n the second chapter n provision is
nsertcd which was intended to fix the
> enalty for not liuving n licanoo ns ro
ulred by the ordinance' , but by soinu
listftko the word "chapter" wns in-
crted instead of "orditmnce , " ootliut
10 penalty ia made to apply only" to
violations of chapter 2 , and no penalty
n nflbrdud to such violations of chap-
or 1.
The following is thoacction in diap
er 2 in which the blunder occurs :
Sec 18. Any person who nliull vio-
ate , fail , neglect or refuse to comply
vitli any provision , regulation or ro-
iiiromcnt of this chapter shall bo
coined cuilty of a niisdi'inennor , nnd
nd upon thoconvic ,1011 thereof before
tie superior courtshnll in caao the du-
undnnt ia prosecuted for want of u
cense , bu lined in a sum not leas than
! io BinalleHt nniount herein required ,
nd in any other caao where no special
eimlty is provided a sum not has
liun two dollars , nor inuru than ono
iimdred dollars , provided that whon-
ver any person bu brought before
hu superior court , charged with e tr
ying on any buaineaH mentioned i
his ordinance without having
ic2tso ) therefor , mid such poraoii shall
ifter his arrest procure the license re-
| iiired by this chapter , and ahull enter
, pica of guilty to such charge , such
ciurt shall in addition to costs enter a
ino ap tinst a.xid person of not lesa
linn tun dollars nor more than fifty
dollars.
The section requiring peudlors to
nice out a license being in thu first
chapter , and thu above penalty being
made to apply only to the rcquiro-
neiits of thu second chapter , thu court
Uncharged the young clock peddler ,
lolding that thuro was no ponulty
which applied to him.
This lungthy ordinance has already
boon published twice , thuro havinu
been found mistakes in the first publi
cation , which were amended and the
ordinance then ropubliahod. Now it
neodo bo amended again , and another
publication will bo required , which
osido from the expense , will also cause
a balk , as under the ruling of the
court these who refuse to take out the
licenses required by the first chapter ,
cannot bo made tn pay a penalty.
After the defect is remedied , and the
ordinance published oguin , it will take
five days more beforu it goes into ef
fect , la the meantime a largo clusa
pf pcrnona can go on with their bus
iness without taking out any license ,
unless they chooao to. This will give
them Rlill further time to gut their
cash ready for the licmiHo , winch will
sooner or later bu required of them ,
LOST AND FOUND ,
The Stranger Killed Here T we
Wooko ARO Prowoa to Ee
John Qruuim , of
Mouticollo.
HU Wife aiid Friostili Tolio Hli
Rcmuim Buolt to That
PJaoo
The readers of Tim B .K will ro'
member that on thu UOth of Juno las |
n stranger fell from the platform ol
un incuming train over the Chicago A
Northwestern railway , and was in <
Btantly killed. No ono could identify
the man M there was no baggage 01
purmnml effects to throw any lighl
upon thu mystery , and after thu fact
hud boon photographed the body wai
buried in the cemetery hero. Sinc <
that time there has been many in
quirioH received nnd many nnswrn
given describing tlio man , hut no
satisfactory identification mudu unti
ycaturdiiy , when it became certain tha
the dpcuaaed was John truiiim ! , ol
Monticullo , Iowa. His wife uni
friends arrived yesterday , and fullj
cstablishud thu fact of the identity
and inado preparations for romovini
the remains on thu evening train t <
Montionllo.
lly conversation with them Tin
BKK learns that Mr. Griiinm lias fo :
many years lived in Monticollo ; it
fact , iinco ho was a young man , witli
the exception of three years , whim hi
lived in Cedar Rapids. Ho had i
wif and ono child , nnd n largo circh
of friends , For some time ho Imt
boon in thu saloon biuiuets , but elate
late had been discontuntcd with hii
location and desired to go into eomi
new field of opunitiuiif. His fiiundi
hud urged him to go into some olliei
biikinuss tliurw , but ho preferred t <
keep at it , provided ho could yut i
fnvoniblrt njiportunity in some hirgoi
city , whcro thu business was not sc
much interfered with sa in n amallei
place. After thu uniendmunt woi
paBaed ho was mere determined thai
over to move away , and ho had talkut
of several places , and among others o ;
Council Ululld. Ho hud also spokei
of taking H prospecting trip to Culifor
nia. On TJiursday , the 2'Jth ' of Juno
ho put A mini IH his B loon to look af ei
the business , and said ho wns going to
take n few dn ) ' trip , mid see if he
could find another location. Sirica
that time his friema ! heard nothing of
him , until fvi other day hey
s.w n notice in a Dubuqno piperl
nbout inuii f his description belli ] . , '
killed hero They telepraphud hero
nnd finding that the description and
photograph established the identity ,
they came at once to the city , and the
wife describing the pocket book , watch
and other ofTjcta exactly , nnd the
photograph being pronounced that of
Mr. Orutnm , there could bo no longer
any doubt.
It appears that on leaving homo on
( hat Thursday ho went to Cedar
Rapids , nnd stopped nt n hotel there ,
on whoso registry his namu appears.
He came from there to this city , nnd
itVM \ while Hearing hero that ho had
the fatal fall.
lie toott nobajgajo with him ( when
leaving home , as hu oxpecttd to be
gene but n fuw days nt the most ,
WORDSTTcTwORKERS
Hon Chae. H. Litohinnn Qivea
Earnest Ones from Elo
quent Lrp. .
In accordance with the promise
made n really eloquent address wns
given on Tuesday night by Hon. OlniB.
II. Litchman , of Murblehi-nd , Masi ,
The nudiunco gathered in Dayliss'
park wai n l.irgo ono , and an evidently
intelligent ono , The speaker , from
the wry ntnrt held their attention nnd
carried along their thoughts with his ,
DO that the nddrcpa doubtless accom
plished moro than many which awaken
muro enthusiasm at the time of ren
dering. Mr. Litchman is by trade a
shoemaker , and his heart i evidently
in sympathy with those who labor by
brain or brawn. His heart is not
only alive to to the needs of thu hour ,
but his head is also clear enough to
grasp to aonio extent the problems
Hu is an educated man , being 11. gradu
ate of Harvard , nnd having been
schooled in that still larger and butter
university , thai of independent
.bought . nnd practical experience.
lie brought these pinvurs into play
his add re us Intro. Of line presence
lid with it voice so full mid clear that
no could easily catch Ilia words f < ir
luyond the Innito of thu park , hu held
.ho . attention of all , while wiUi ulugaut
iction and logic il thought ho pre-
cntod his viuw of thu relation of cup-
tul and labiir.
Urn address una temperate in nil re-
pccta. Hu clearly outlined the
riuvnnccu of labor , and thu tyranny
f monopoly , warned all of thu threat-
niiig drift lot/Hid a still worse condi-
ion , and urut'd an thu great panacea
or the power of the ballot.
Ho cited instanced of how the * cry
if "over-production" was used often
o cover up an iniquitous interference
between the natural supply ( ind thu
natural demand. Instead of making
thu usual division of society into two
classes , labor and capital , ho made
three , labor , enterprise , and usury
Ho urged that lubur and enterprise
should bo harmonious in their work
ings , and tugether uhould gain power
equal to that held by the few who
with unbounded wealth , used mono ;
simply in loans , opeculations , etc.
nnd served ns leeches rather than pro
ducers.
Ho favored giving women thoballo
on the ground of no taxation withou
representation.
Hu urged that women should betaken
taken from the workshop , nnd mndu
queen of thu homo , and that thu chili
Hhould bo taken from thu factory am
put in thu public school. Thei
places should bu filled by men , n
IIIUII'K vuiguH , and there would tlienbi
no need of idle men , and when thu
man of labor was given tin hones
diiy'a pay for an honest day's work
their wives and children would bu
cared for.
Hu believed in making equal wnge
for equal survico , whether that scrvic
wua put formed by n man or n woman
O herwite thu votia would bo catiib
lithed on thu lower basis always
Employers sought to level down rathe
than level up.
_ Ho favored strongly the organi/.a
lion of labor , nut merely into trade
unions , looking after a particular class
as engineer ? , Bhoenmkuis , or printers
but an orgamzitum in which all crndei
should bo represented. Such an or
ganizition WUH the Knights of Lnbor
whoso platform ho approved mo
heartily.
In c osing hu endeavored taimpres
all with thu value and power of th
ballot , nnd urged nil to use it intel
ligently , honestly and fcnrlossly ; t (
vote for only such men us wouh
promise to do nil in their power to
remedy thu present uvils , and whun i
man failed thus to do , to bury him ii
politic il oblivion , buyntid any hope o
resurrection. Ainiui might be eltctei
who would not nc' ( in the Interest o
thu people. If so that wns the faul
of thu man , not necessarily that o
tlio voters , but if uhuced to any ofllu
n second time that was thu fault o
thu people ,
Thu addrets was nbout nn hour it
length , and called forth frequent np
plnuau and other expressions of np
provnl upon thu part i.l thu interested
hearers.
THE OFFICIAL , DRAWING.
TUo Petit Jurors Who nro Called on
Serve In
Yesterday the clerk and sheriff dro\
thu names of thu following to eorvu n
petit jurors for the term of thu circui
court , which opens Anaust M ;
J. 1) , Uailson , Norwalk tounahlp.
.li-rrv hmiKftcrk r , I nylon township.
W. 8. Quick. lUrdln township.
! ' . ( ! . KnouliM , LpwU townxliip.
( i. Wiltlund , Lewln town hip.
Do Iff Mil. er , Keu Ocvk towiihhlp.
J. W , I'.ttikim , Valley township.
A. M. Damii'll , Lincoln towiuhlp ,
A. lUylniin , M ce-lonU - townuhip ,
Klrhy Wili-on , ( trove totvni > liip ,
, lumt'8 Mcilinild , Waveland towmthl [
Krank llii 'n , ICnox tovvni-liip ,
( ! . W , Wonilii , Lincoln townbhlp ,
Juuifs Martin , Kuox tnwnnhlp ,
Mark Need , Yi rk toxvu lup ,
J. I' , Moulder , Hazel Dell township.
S , O rdrnnan , WavvUnd towntihip ,
1) . W. Jouet , ItocKford towiikliip.
' 1'homan J. H-'atty ' , Jumea tuunshlp.
Jniteiih Odell , 1'leupaiit tonn > hlp.
W. 1) ) , Ite'i'lngton ' ' , Ke la townitlilp ,
F H. Itoardm , Council Hutf ! .
H.I' . Nile * , Council 15luff .
Jauies Uodurth * , Council
ROSS' RACKET.
The Alleged Rnplet ia Qivan
a Walk find Tuen Looked
Dp AKflin.
An Apparent Attempt to Keep lit"
Step-dntiRhtnr fiotn .Appcfir-
Him.
Yesterday morning Allen Ross , who
ia * been locked up ir jail on n charge
f outraging his step daughter , was
) rout > ht out of jail , nnd taken before
udgo Aylcaworth. It was expected
hnt th step-daughter would not ap-
ienr , but shu was there in company
with her sister , with whom it is said
hnt Rosi has nlio taken improper lib-
rties. It was generally underttood
> y thu olliccrs Hint Mrs. Ross had
ilnnned to keep the girls from tcati-
ying , nnd that they would bti nVisent
roni thn city , or not to bo found
when wanted. Officer E 'gar ' , how-
vcr , thu night previous had mot the
; irls , and tool : them to thu chkf of
> olice. They did. not want to bo
ocked up , nnd it wan arranged that
hey should remain nt Edgnr'a ' hoifu
11 night. Ilenco ho t.\vr to it that
hey were on hand for thu cxamina-
ion ,
Mrs , Ross , who doea not
eem to have been nt nil times ao
nxious ni to whom her girls
punt their nights , was uuuaually
concerned on tins occasion , and
united foi them but in vain. When
ho diccovered yesterday morning
hnt thuy wereon hand , she wun quito
lurried , nnd proposed to try the Inw
< tiid eeo whether anybody luul n right
, o keep her girls nwny from hvr.
On the c.iau being c-alled , the county
nttornuy wan not present , and Mr.
Scan , un attorney from i > advtllo ,
who is visiting his old home hero ,
o-ieo'it'id ' to servo for th pr isec ntion.
3ol. Dailoy , who nppeniecl tor thu do-
eiiBU , dumnndcd to know his nylit
or thus appearing , but did not object
( Tenuously. The prisoner dumnndcd
i chntigo of v tin lie , and thu caao was
uht to Juntico Frainoy. AH the party
iled down the ctitiis to go then * , Airs ,
loss got n chntioo to speak to her
nughter , nnd improved the oppurtu-
liiy to wnrn bur , aashu was overheard
clling the irl , "don't ' you awour to
hat. "
Justic : * Frainey , Imving cotiBidtrn-
) le civil buaiiicss on bund , W > IH nut
able to hear the caao yentorday , nnd
is Col. Dailey osptclud to gi > nest'o
day or to-morrow , to bu gene PI veral
dnys , the case ivna not for Fridtiy
norning , the 2lst. The girl who la
ho chief witness tor the pronccutton
vim made to solemnly promisuto iq > p ar
it that time , and was warned by the
court to abstain from holding tiny
conversation wiih parties unnceniing
, ho matter. Ross wan then turned
over to Cunatnble Fox , who placed
: he como-along.s on him and marched
iim back to j lil.
It is thought by the knowing ones
that during the continuiuico the
mistress will bo spirited away , co that
thu bottom will fall out of the case.
There is much feeling ngainot Ross ,
nnd it is predicted thnt if ho escapee
juutico thm time thnt it will not bt
very pleasant for him if ho continue !
to loungu about this city.
Fred. Amos , Tyler Street , Itncheater ,
wriu-H : "Your Sruixo ULOI-HOU is wonder
fill ; I novel med auytlilnu that acted sc
well on the bi/wel ? , and at the an o timt
was f < > free from the drastic properties ol
medicines usuallv Hold for the purpose. ;
Piico r > 0 centK , trial bottles 10 cents.
jullQ-dlw
CITY ICE CREAM : PAHLOR.
A now stock of french Cream Confec
tionary just received nt thu fashionable
IHO lireiim , fruit nnd conlectionurj
emporium of Smith & McCuon , sue-
ccosorn to Erb it Duquette , 404 Broad-
way.
Wanted - A girl for general house <
work. Apply , HKB nilico.
COUHGiL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICES ,
NOTICE. Special advertisement * , sue tu
Lout , Found , To Loan , For Sale , To Heut ,
Want * , Boarding , etc. , will lie Insetted In thli
column at the low rate of TEN CENTS PEIi
IINK for the first Inacrtlon and FIVE CKNTt
1'EU LINE for each uubbc < | iicnt liibcrtlnn
Ixiave adv crtleomonU at our olllce , No , '
1'Kxrl Htnvct. near llroadway.
Wants.
WANTED Klrst-o'.ais mala waller , nt A
Loulo'a ro&taur nt , on Broadway
JylS-tl.
- ' three In Omaha , and iwi
WANTKD-Avcn'B ; $15 a w , ck. F. Luimy
cor icrVnli n t n u\u nu ( lid otomh loot
Council Illuirn , laua , Jy 3-1
. - L-enlk'Hlf II wl li iW > to $1 OCI
WANTED.-A
to IMuthooilvtitlcvr 1'iaittlo BIUO am
rcnu'clnl | < l lititlnciH .njng inent , j ajlni ; a Inrji
piollt. I'arilcnbracivi'ii tr adJri-Min > II
" l _ ygJix ? 7'3'tounc ' Ulu'f'i ' ' " Jill" ! ' " '
- A flrat-tlas liatlicr ! > medlalely
WAITED- ! . J. Good , C'jULC.l llluflu , IA.
Work at drtrn lunklnt ; or p'a i
WANTED In fauil V. TOIIIH , I'M tier dav
AddruiH Ida McUoimltl , Box 614 , Coundl . . . . lllulld
1..I..I It D * t
JulylS-St"
- ' ' In Council Bluff * l (
WANTlUi-Eveo't'ody centa per twck , de
lUun-d by carrlora , Olllce , No 7 I'carl Htreot
To liuy 100 tons broom corn
WANTED nddrcoa Council Bluff
Broom Factory , Council lUiiUs , Iowa. f > 8-20tf
For Sfile iiud Rout
HUNT Ailwc'JIni , ' hou of live ro.in
FOIl block southttrft nf Judge Juincs. A
J. fteu-imn.K , 4,1'corlM Jy > ! t-iit
8ALE-A ml Irbhecttcrdrc , 1 year old
P01I lord h . km will sell ihcai |
AddteMS. I1. 0. b x 1012 , C. 11. lo a.
JwjS-lm
1 011 HIINT.-Uufurnliibcd rom . f.1 Mali
L1 Biro t Joil-lin
SALt Bca-itiluI rcdfnce ! lotf. fC
each : iiotldiiL- down , and * 3 | > rfronli ) only
by LX-MAYOU VAUOIIAN
anlj-tf
MlBcolluneouB.
. . . ' ' ' aud OculUl
W. L. I'ATTOl'I'J'Ic'an
DH. cure ny COH < of ere eye" . It ui oul.
iiiatu-r of time , nd can euro gon' ' 11) ' "
from three tc fl\o xceks-it makti < nadloci
eiicohoH 1-rg dl c d , Will etralgutcn crot
ee . oirut and rtino o Vtyrcclnnu , ita , ni
lub rt artltlfial eyei Special ttt-ntlon to
iiiou-nn : tttdcooriim. tpa-U
A hYONE WANTING croeUno quality broot
J\ . corn Med can Kvt It by writing to
1' , T. ilAYNK Council BluDu
OH tVERY DOLLAR
UY BUYING YOUR
GROCERIES
AT THE
Boston Tea CD'S ' Store ,
16 Main St. and 15 Penrl St. ,
Council Bluffs ,
TKY IT AND
Make Honey ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS
MANUFAOTUUJ2US OF
ENCSNES , BOILERS , MINING
AND
GENERAL MACHINERy
Ofllco und. WorUe , Main Street ,
OOUNOIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Wo give special attention to '
Stamp Mills , Smelting Furnaces ,
ROISTERS AND
GENERAL MILL MACHINERY ,
HOUSE FRONTS.
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
will roccho prompt attention. A general as
sortmciit ol
Brass Goods. Bolting , Fining ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Pig Iron , Coke , Coal ,
OHAS. HENDRIF- ,
President
STREET
a D 5AND
AND-
All Shippers and Travelcra will Or d
uood accommodation and ruaaonabla
chargus.
SOUTH MAIN STREET.
OPPOSITE CRYSTAL BULL ,
Council Bluffs , - - Iowa.
HOLLAND & MILLER ,
Proprintora.
Rubber Hose , Iron and Leac
Pipe , Iron and Brass Fittings ant
Trimmings , at
Bixby & Wood's ,
THE PLUMBERS.
On Bancroft or ( Fourth Streets. ]
J. M. PALMEJK ,
DEALUIl IN
REAL ESTATE
AND LOAN AGENT ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA.
1 he Star Bakery ,
HOWARD & HOBIE ,
227 MAIN ST ,
Employ tlio best Drei'il Baker In the West ; also
a cliouo h'nJ tor Cakes anil Pios.
llrrail dillv creel to all partu ol the city.
& OBAIG ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
Rich Cut Glass , Flno French Clilna ,
Silver Ware &c. ,
840 BROADWAY. COUNCIL 11LUFFH. IOWA
MRS. U. J. ttll/lOtt , M , D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
222 Hroadwixv Council Blnffn-
SCANDINAVIAN HOTEL.
N. Anderson , - - Proprietor ,
7S2 Lower Broadway.
Talilo'iiiiii eil ulth 'lie hot thu market M
ftrdx. 'ivr.i9 ! 3.f Aiid $1 OOpvrucok. Trauolcn
TIIOH , DKl-ICl-lt M II M IT6 T
OFFICES & PUSH ,
3B MW 3SC3S ! Kt ,
Council Bluffs , Ia ,
Established , - - 1856
neakri In Fnrcl ; > . aril Domestic Kxtlune
anJ "
INFIRMARY" !
TJOADTEDJ.S. ,
( [ .ate Vttrrlnary Burgeon C. 8. A. )
The Only Votoiinary Surgeon
in the Oity ,
OFFICE AT BLUE BARN
UPPER BROADWAY.
REFERENCES ;
All cf the b Bt Hiji'clana In Council Dlufls and
" Burroundlu tountry. _
MRS. J. P. BILLUPS ,
mOPKIETOll OK
RESTAURANT & BATING HOUSE
813 South Main Street , Council llluff * .
New hou o and newly fitted up In Brat clou
it ) le. Ueali at all bourn. Ice cream and leuio-
uidtt e > ery evening , FrulW aid coufcetlonerUt
HARKKESS ORCUTT & CO.
, . ,
A
Broadway , OP Fourth Street , ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa ,
mnr-2-"m
GHIGKERING AND WEBER PIANO ,
Burdette and JVC
Western Cot
.A. tage Organs. Prices reason
able ; terms to suit all. TJ
Importer and Dealer in
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
of all kinds. Sheet Music one-
third off. Agents wanted.
X
O Oorrespondenos solicited.
ZEJ J. MUELLER , O
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Guarantees the Best $1.50 , $1.75 and $2.00
BlUff and Willow Sreets , Council Bluffs.
Mirrors , Upholsterj , Fepairing , Etc. , Wood and Metallic Coffins ,
No. 430 llroadwny , Cur , mynnt St. , Council Blufl'a , Iowa.
UNION BAKERY ,
517 SOUTH MM STREET.
' 1 HE BEST BREAD IN THE CI'l Y. None but first-class BakorB
employed. Bread , Cuko , Pica , fce. , delivered to any part of the city. Our
Wiifions run all day.
P. AYREP , Proprietor.
METCALF BROS. ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS . IN
Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves.
CHICAGO PRICES DUPLICATED.
A j/M * VS 1t.i"PBri
AGEET ,
Has For Sale , Town Lots , Improved and Unimproved , alao , Eailroad Lands
and a number ol Well Improved Fanna , both in Iowa und N braaka.
Office with \V S. MAYNE , over .Suvinga Bank , - COUVOTL BLUPS
B'ew Styles Just Received.
11 Penrl Street , Council Bluffs.
C. A. I1EE11E , W. ItUNYAN , W. BEEBB
O. A , BEEBE & CO. ,
Wholesale and Kctail Dealers In
FURNITURE AND CROCKERY ,
Nos. 207 & 209 Brcadv/ay , ( ouncil Bluffs.
i , J , E , letcalfe and liss Belle Lewis
Are now dealing In nil kinds of fAi.cy . w , unch 8 Lncis , Kinbroldurlcs , Ladles' Undcrwea
ol a descriptions. Alin ll&ndkerchlap ! , l.Uti . In kU and lluun , hoeo ot all klndg. thread , pins ,
. .
needles , itc. Wo hope the ladlco will call ui.d eio tur Block ol ircode at 630 Broadway biforo co
E. J. DAVIS , 13 PEARL STREET ,
Dealer In
ZEPHYRS , CERMANTOWN AND FANCY YARNS
of All Kinds. A Full .Lino ot Canvas , Felts , Embroidery , Knitting
Stl > c mid Stimi'inl Good * . Nioo Aonnrtnont of A mil po Plotnros
Zfp . Jb
412 BROADWAY , OU KCIL BLUFFS 10171
And wmSIDS SdUABE CLARINPA ! OIA ,

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