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.HUE OMAHA JDAljbY BJfiE : THUESDAY. MAY 11. 1882 ,
o. a. GOOXC AC GO.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
Cltj Market , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
W-H O L E S A L E F I * O TJT R HOUSE ,
General ApenU for the Celebrated Mill * of If. t ) . lUish & Co. , Golden Eaulo Flour , Lcateiiwoith
Kiuioasami Oucen Dee Mill ? , Sioux KalK Diltotx
p , Smith & Crl t n(1cn , Council niu < I la.
WHOLESALE AND USTAlt ,
STATIONERY AND PRINTER'S GOODS ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
TITLE ABSTRACT 0 F F ICE.
OT. "Vi/1. < ! CJJ TOT X 3R 333 5s O tO.
Lands and Lots Bought and Sold.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS.
COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA.
15 North Main Street.
WHOLESALE DEALER IEi SHOE FINDINGS.
uppers , In calf akin and kip. Oak and Hemlock SOLE LEATHER , and Ml
gBOdi appertaining to the shoe trade. pod * Fold a < cheap < n In the KM > . _
mm m IILLINERY STOEE
FOR STYLISH SPRING MILLINERY. PATTERN BONNETS AND
CHILDREN'S HATS A SPECIALTY.
105 South Main Street. . Council Bluffs la.
That noTcr require ciltnplngv at Jin. J. J. Good'8 IJalr Store , ftt prices no er bcfcro touched by
any other hnlr dealer. Also n full line of switches , etc. , already reduced prices. Also gold ,
silver and colored nets Wares made from ladles' own hair. Oo not ( all to call before purchasing
elsewhere. All goods warranted as represented. M IIS. J. J. GOOD ,
29 Main street. Council BluUs , Iowa.
MASON WISE ,
LIYERI , FEED & SALE STABLE
The largest and best
stables in the west.
Roadsters , Saddle and
draft horses for .sale ,
also aflne lot of mules
just received which
will be closed out
SCOTT ST. , NEAR BROADWAY.
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IA.
REMOVED without the
OAICEES drawing of blood or usaof
I Unite. Cures lunjr diseases ,
AVT > rVPHITT ? Fits , Scrofula , Lhcr Com-
. . ; l'laln' . Dropsy , llhcuma-
TUMORS tlsra , FoTcr and Mcrcur-
I U III U U O , al 8 rcJi Erysipelas. Salt
nhcum , Scald Hold , Cttatrh , weik. Inflamed
nnd granulated Eyes , ccrofulous Ulcers and Fe
male Disease i of all'kinds. ANo Kidney and
Tenerlal diseases. Hemorrhoids or Plica cured
or money refunded.
All diseases treated upon thoptlcclpleof veget
able reform , without the ute of mercurial pols-
OUB or the knife.
Electn Vapor or Midlcatod Baths , furnished
the * who desire them.
HernU or Rupture radically cured by the use
of the Elastic bolt Truss and 1'lascer , which hoi
no superior In the world.
CALL OS.OH ADDKES3
Brs. E , Rioe and F , 0 , Hillor ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , la.
Feed and Sale Stables ,
18 North First Street ,
Bouquet's old stand , Council B.'ufTj , Iowa.
W1I.LAUD bMlTH. Prop.
. . ,
Practitioner of Homeopathy , consulting
Office and residence 016 Willow avenue , Coun
cil muffs , Iowa.
W. K. SINTON ,
14 Pearl Street , Council Bluffs.
Extracting and fllllne a epechlty. First-class
DR. A. F. HANCHETT ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OOlco , No. 14 Pearl Street Houn , 0 a. m. to
12. , and 2 p. m. , to 6 p , m. Itoaldence , 120
Bancroft street. Telephonic connection with
OR , AMELIA BURROUGHS ,
No. 617 First Avenue
_ nourBfromlptolla.m.and2to 6 p. m.
MKEE'S LIPE'ASSOOiATIOH ,
PES 1IOINE3 , Iowa.
Incorporated July 1st , 1879 , for the mutual
benefit of bank olllcers and their customers ,
Bwcd on principles of EQUITIT , ECOXOMV AND
CUUITV. A few uxperlcncad life Insurance aollcl-
ton wanted. AdJrcsi , H. JI. Htovena , district
solicitor , Offlco No. 7 ; Uvertt's blocii , Council
Bluffd. Iowa. ItcslacncoHOl 4th avenue. P. 0.
box 8 . _
S. L MAXON ,
Office over savings bank ,
COUNCIL. BLUFFS , - - - Iowa.
W. 0. James , In connection with his law and
collection butlncas buys and soils real estate.
Persons wishing to buy or sell city property call
at his office , over Bushncll'a book store , Pearl
street.EDWIN J , ABBOTT.
Justice of the Peace and
46Broadway ! , Council Bluffs.
Deeds and mortgages drawn and acknoledged I
WATER WAVES ,
In Stock and Manufactur
ed to Ord&r.
Waves Mode From Your Own Hair.
TOILET ARTICLES ,
Nets , Combs , Brushes , Faoe-povr-
dera , Bands , Hair Ornaments -
monts , Ac. , &c.
All Goods Warranted as
Represented , and Trices
337 W. Broadway , and
109 S. Main St ,
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
Council Bluffs ; - - - Iowa ,
IRS , E , J , HARDING , M , D , .
Graduate Of Elcctropathlo Institution , , Phila
delphia , Petuu.
Offlca Gu Broadway & Glenn Avo.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
The treatment of all dUeasca and prlnful .dif
ficulties peculiar to foroales a specialty
The Star Bakery ,
HOWARD & ROBIE ,
227 MAUfST ,
Employ the best Bread Baker In the West ; also
a choice hind for Cakes and Pics.
Bread delivered to all parts of the city.
Game and Poultry ,
Can always be found at 0. DANEHY'P ,
138 Upper Broadway.
JNO. JAY FBAINE Y ,
Justice of the Peace ,
314 BROADWAY ,
Counoil Bluffs , - - Iowa.
W. B. MAYES ,
Loans andEealEstate ,
Proprietor of at > stra6la of Pottawattamlo
county , Otllco corner of Broadway and Mala
Bireett , Council lllufla , Iowa.
JOHN STEINER. 1V1. D , ,
( Deutschcr Arzt. )
ROOM B , EVERETT'S BLOCK ,
Dhcaecs of women and children n specialty.
P , J , MONTGOMERY , H , D , ,
FllBE DlSPBNSAUY KVBUY SATUJtUAY ,
Olllroln Fverctt's block , Pearl trcet. Hol ]
dence C23 Fourth street. Olllco hours from 0 tp
2q.jn. , 2 to 4 end T to 8 p. m. , Council ( 'lugs
III u > E nuiij
Pearl street , oppotlto the poitoftlce. One of
the oldest practitioners In Council Blnfls.
Ufactlon guiranteed In all casen.
ODELL& DAY ,
GENEMl FIRB INSURAHOE
REAL ESTATE ACTS ,
MONEY TO LOAN.
Uoa-d of Trade building , Council Illufls , Ia ,
JOHN LINOT ,
Will practice In all state an coucU
Speaks German Language.
INIOE lf OX.A.
A Busy YounRTown In Pottawftttatnlo
Correipondcnreof the lice.
NEOLA , Pottawattnmlo county , la. ,
, May 3. Noola ia 21 miles to the
northeast from Council Bluffs , on the
Rock Island road , and contains about
GOO inhabitantsa $4,000 school house ,
two steam elevators , two dozen stores
and trading houses , bank , two hotels ,
and a newspaper.
THIUTKKN VRA.1U3 AOO ,
when the Rock Island railroad was
constructed through hero , this was an
unbroken prairie ; but the location o
a station hero formed ( the nucluca for
a village , and having grown and be
come important , it hns just received
its charter as n young city , and puts
on "long dresses" by indulging in n
mayor , council , nnd marshal. It is
related that few towns , of its size , can
bo found on the slope , that can show
more business than Noola. Whether
it was by accident or by the example
nnd influence of Council Bluffs , your
correspondent ia not informed , but
certain it is , that the streets are laid
out irregularly , and yet the city is
clustered on a southern slope like an
cient Cocropia , the "city of the violet
The new railroad is ready for the
iron along hero nnd it ia understood
that the iron horse will soon bo run
ning from the Bluffs to this place ,
where it crosses to the northern aide
of the Rock Island railroad , and parts
company with that old atand-by and
pioneer in Iowa.
Some new stores nro being opened
and now buildings qoingup , the stores
have an appearance of activity , carry
largo stock , nnd the business men
seem happy and cheerful as though
their trade was good.
The two hotels are doi.ig a good
business , and do their part towards
sustaining the reputation of the town.
Mr. S. Burgess nnd family , of the
Commercial house was for many ycnra
a prominent merchant and trader in
Warren , Pa. , coming hero from Fre
mont , Nob. ; and the few months ho
has been hero have given the house n
reputation among the traveling public
that brings plenty of custom.
TUB NEOLA HANK
ia owned by Mr. Lodge , of Ncola nnd
Henry , \Vnlnut , Mr. Henry having
another bank in Walnut. The Lodge
Bros , wore the first to ooon a store in
Walnut and have boon identified with
the early development of this part of
the state. .Tho bank hero ia in a neat
und convenient building and provided
with time locks and auch other fix
tures aa are generally found in well
regulated institutions of this kind.
J. * A. Hamilton is closing out his
lumber ' trade and takes up live stock ,
while ho clings 'to the grain trade ,
from orco of habit.
TUB NEW BTOUE
of Thos. Meierstein on the hill , is an
addition to the business ot the place.
Mr. M. has quite recently como from
the eaa. and having purchased a farm
has also opened a general merchandise
stock cf great variety , including many
novelties , and we wish him all success
as a now citizen and business man.
We found our list of BEE readers
wore happy and prosperous , and the
number growing , and wore kindly re-
received by the gentlemanly editor
of The Neola'Times , Mr. E. P. Irvin.
The Times is still young , but seams
to have a good constitution , and when
located in the now building , as it ex
pects to soon , will become a strong
supporter of Neola.
\V"o mot hero , also , Mr. Samuel
Wood , of Unionburg , eight miles
from thia city. Mr. AV. came to Iowa
in 18-10 , and has seen the growth and
understands the history of the state
about ns well as any citizen of the
commonwealth , nnd aomo of hia expe
riences und sketches of early life hero
are very interesting and amusing.
twenty-five miles from the Bluffs , is a
six-year-old town of nearly 300 , and
is situated on the Rock Island and
also on Key Greek.
J. B. Morton , drugs ; J. W. Crow ,
general merchandise ; J. O. Jeffries ,
restaurant , and J. 0. Garmond , har
ness , hardware and implements , are
said to be the only American people
doing business in the town , although
many others use the English more or
less. The German people are doing
nest of the business , being largely
from Davenport , la.
They have an English and a Ger
man school , and the Germans are
building a church. There is a good
deal of business done hero in general
merchandise , grain , live atock , farm
machinery , etc.
The hotel ia in connection with a
saloon , and they have plenty of house
room , und * entertain in the happy
style of the old country. .
The grain , not already plantod/is
being put into the ground very fast ,
and town trade ia dull , while thu
farmer and hia teams are seeding.
David Garrlck nnd Sprangor Barry
Muatcr Botty'a Triumphs Hocolloc-
tlons of Fauny Komblo.
The two celebrated Ilomoos of thoao
proverbial "palmy days" of the druum
thu middle of the last century-
wore lavid Gurrick and Sprangor
JJarry , and nt the time wliuu their
impersonation of the young Veronese
noble were exciting the greatest ad or
miration , Oarrick was 34 , mid Barry
31 of . " "
years ago. "Silvur-tonguod"
Barry , whoso personal attractions
hare euldpm been equaled , was of
course an ideal lover. Lord Cheater-
field Raid of him : < % llo is BO handsome ,
he will not bo long on the stage ; some
rich widow will carry him off ; " and in
additon to his good looks , ho po.s-
soBBed n voice of such unrivalled
oetuoaa and tondorncsa , that ono of
his contemporaries wrote : "All ox-
( julBitely tender or touching wilt
ing came roondod from hia
mouth ; there vms a pathos , n deli
cacy in his utterance , which utolo
upon the mind and forced conviction
on the memory , Every sentiment of
honor and virtue , recommended to the
ear by the language of the , author was
riveted to the heart by the utterance
of Barry.1 Naturally , auch a charm
ing fellow was admirable in the love
scenes of the tragedy. Oarrlok was
not so successful in those ; but in the
impassioned rI scenes with Friar Law
rence and the Apothecary , ho WAS ex
cellent. Macklin , who played Mor-
cutie to Harry , emphatically declared
him to bo superior to Gut-rick through *
out the play ; while tMrs. Bellamy
gave the palm to Garrick ouly in tlio
ceno with the Friar. A very ox
prcssivo criticism was made by a lad ;
who saw both performances. She
said : "Had I been Juliet to Garrick's
llomoo , ao nrdent and impassionot
was ho , I should have expected thn
ho would have como up to mo in the
balcony ; but had I been Juliet to
"Rnrry's Slomoo , so tender , no eloquent
80 seductive wna ho. I should certainly
tainly have gene down to him.1
Barry died on January 10 , 1777 , am
was buried in the cloisters nt West
* The name of Thomas King , the orig
inal Sir Peter Teazlo , is generally ns-
aociatod with n very different range ol
characters to that of the lovcj ) sick
Ilomoo. Nevertheless , the inhmtnblo
representative of PulF , Lord Ogleby ,
Dr. GantwelLllangornnd Touchstone ,
played the young lover , nnd played il
successful ; , too , in his early dnys. In
1749 , n year nfter his first nnpearaiica
nt Drury Lane , King was noting at the
old Jncob'a Well thcntcr , Bristol , Mrs.
Pritchnrd being a member of the com
pany at the same time. The stoutbut
tragic lady insisted that young Tom
( ho was only 10 then ) chouM bo
llomeo to her Juliet , nnd the dispari
ty between the ago nnd npponranco of
the lovers ( which , to make matters
worse , ffas nil on the wrong side )
must have boon comical enough.
However , King did very well in the
A still more youthful Borneo was
the famous Master Betty "The In
fant Eoscious" about whom the play-
going public of the throe kingdoms
wont mad at the beginning of this
century. The furore lasted about
four years , during which period Mas
ter Betty ( who made his debut nt Bel
fast , in 18Ut ; , when ho was in his 12th
year ) had n triumphal progress
through England , Ireland and Scot
land , and made often 500 n week.
C liar lea Young played subordinate
parts to him ; Homo went over the
boy's representation of Young Norval
in his own play , "Douglas ; " in Glas
gow , ono independent soul who re
fused to bow bet'oro the popular idol ,
raised such a storm of indignation
against himself that ho woa compelled
to ' leave the city. "Royal duko.i ex
pressed their delight in him , grateful
managers loaded him with sil
ver cups , and John Komblo wrote
to Mr. Betty hero to express the
happiness ho and Mr. Harris would
have in welcoming the tenth wonder to
Co vent Garden theater , at 00 per
nk'lit and half a clear benefit. Sub
sequently Drury Lane and Covent
Garden shared him between them.
In twenty-three night nt the former
houao ho drew above 17,000 , and his
double work ao doubled his popularity
that one night , haying to play Hamlet ,
the house of commons , on motion of
Pitt , adjourned and went down to see
him. " The mania died n natural
death in n short time , however , and
Master Betty never fulfilled the
promise of hia early years. Ho bade
tnrowoll to the stage when ho was
only 32 years of , ago.
A Romeo of very different caliber
was Charles Koan , who undertook
the character at Drury Lane in hia
second season there , and continued
the traditional glories of. Barry.
John Komblo had played it a few
yea previously , und Charles Kemblo ,
one of tro best Itomeos over aeon ( as
ho was the beatMorcutio ) , only finally
retired from the part in 1829 , when
hia daughter Fanny came out so auo-
ceEsfully OB Juliet. This clever little
lady was rather unfortunate in her
Horaces. At the time of her first ap
pearance there was great difficulty in
finding n suitable one for her , and in
her "Recollections of Girlhood , "
aho amusingly rolatea how her
parents thought of her younger
brother , Henry , trying the part.
Ho waa an extremely handsome boy ,
but looked too young for it ; nnd be
sides this , ho had an insuperable dis
like to the idea of acting , and a ludi
crous capacity for assuming the faint
est appearance of any sentiment.
However , ho learnt the words , "and
never , " aaya Fanny , "shall I forgot
the explosion of laughter which shook
my father , my mother and myself ,
when , after hearing him recite the
balcony scene with the most inde
scribable mixture of ahy terror and
nervous convulsions of suppressed
giggling , my father threw down the
book , and Henry gave vent to hia
feelings by clapping his hands a&rainst
hia aides , and bursting into a seriea of
triumphant cock-crown an expression
of mental relief so ludicrously in con
trast with hia sweet sentimental face ,
and the part ho had boon pretending
to assume , that I thought wa should
never have recovered from the fits it II
sent us into , Wo wore nil literally
crying with laughter. " Event
ually the part was given to
Mr. Abbot , a very respectable actor ,
old enough to have boon Hiss Kom-
blo'a father , and of whose perform nn
ance aho could only aay , " ( hat it waa
not below inoffensive mediocrity. " At
that period , thn claptrap performance
of Romeo's plucking Juliet from her
bier , and rushing with her down to
the footlights , was in vogue , und on
tbo first occasion of Fanny Komble's
couoin , John Mason , acting with her ,
ho whispered , na he bore her down
the atngo , "Jove , Funny , you're n
lift I" Misa Ellen Tree also played
Romeo with her , nnd wished to carry
out the same feai , but Fanny , fearing
that her feminine lover would drop
her , declared , "If you attempt to lift
carry mo down the otago , 1 will kick
out and scream till you not mo down ; "
which , of course , settled the point at tum
once , le.tu
Some ridiculous anachronisms in
drocs have been perpetrated in the wo
performance of the tragedy , Garrick's at
Romeo was a "beau in a now birthday bo
embroidery , " and Woodward's Mor-
cutie was drosaod like a cquiro in hia
own ; 1ay , with peruke , gold-laced
throe cornered hat , long waist-coat
and high-heeled bhocs. We have got
rid of glaring absurdities , but I have A
myself seen a Romeo , the cut of
whoso garments might bo tolerably .
lorreot , but the hue of which was so
remarkable tliatu lady in the audience
indignantly likened him unto a boiled
lobster. A comical and certainly un
rehearsed effect was once introduced .
into the play by Mr. Conway , who ,
on entering Friar Lawrence's call , one
night , at the Havmarkot , stumbled ,
and presented himself before hia U
ghostly f < vthor on his hands and knees ,
instead ol in the orthodox fashion ,
The additional point whioh this Occi
dent gave , n few minutes later , to the
Friar's speech , "Wisely and slow ;
they stumble that run fast , " provoked
an irresistible burst of laughter from
But perhaps the most farcical Inci
dent known in connection with this
woful tragedy was trick of Listen's
( who , save the mark ! once played 1 lo
in oo for his orrn benefit ) . In the old
representations of "Romoo and Ju
liet , " a procession of chojr boys used
to bo inlroducotl'for Juliet's luncrnl ;
and the misohiovous comedian sent on
nil tlicso youngsters with pieces of
brown papor'in their hands , instead
of handkerchiefs , with which to wipu
nway their tears for the nwoot lady's
untimely death. Boston Courier.
As belli ) ; a certain euro for the worst
forms of dyBpepnln. indigefttiou , conMln.v
lion , impurity of blow ) , torpid liver , dU-
or lered kldnoyp , oto , nud ai n luediclno
for orAilicatmcovcry species oflniinor , from
an ordinary plinplo to the worst ulcer ,
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1'rico 51.00 wS-dlw
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Corner Fourth and Locust B tree to.
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J.H. HURST , - - Prop.
Rooms , 70c , $1 , and § 1,50 Pnr Day.
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Open thy and night , m-lOm
B3S0 ; SHORTJ.INE. 1880 ,
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3t , Joe & Council Bluffs
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irlco. We guarantee six boxes to cure any ess j.
.Vita each order received by us far six boxei , ac
companied with flvo dollars , will loud the pur *
cba er our written ruaranteo to return the
money If the treatment docs not efltct a cure ,
0. r , Goodman , DruggUt , Bole , Wholesale and
rvful Agent , Omaha. i , "eb , Orders by mall at
e tallaprlce. diwly
DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN HOTEL ? .
HOTELS , PROPRIETORS TQWNF'
ARLINOTON. J. 0. MolNTIRE , Lincoln , Nebi
OARATOQA HOTEL , J. 8. 8TELLINIU8 , Mllford , Neb ,
MARSH HOUSE , E.MANS , BROWNSVILLE , Neb
COMMERCIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAN , Stromtburg N
HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL , Loulivllla
OITY HOTEL , CHENEY & CLARK , Dlalr , Neb.
COMMERCIAL HOTE- , J. Q. MEAD , Nallgh , Neb.
GRAND CENTRAL E.ISEYMOUR , Nabnuka Olty , Meb
MISSOURI PAOIFIO HOTEL , P. L. THORP , WeeplnBW terNa
COMMERCIAL HOUSE A. O. OAARPER , Hardy , Neb.
QREENWOOD HOUSE , W. MAYFIELD , Greenwood , Neb )
COMMEROIAL HOUSE , E. STOREY. Olarlnda , town
ENO'a HOTEL , E. L. ENO , Eremont , Neb.
EXOHANQE HOTEL , O. B. HACKNEY , Athland , Neb
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , FRANK LOVELL , Atkinson , Neb.
MORGAN HOUSE , C. L. QRUDB , Guide Recd , N b.
OUMMIT HOUSE , BWAN & BEOKER , Oreiton , I * .
JUDKINO HOUSE , JUOKINS & BRO , , Red Oak , la.
HOUSTON HOUSE , QEO. OALPH. Extra , In.
REYNOLDS HOUSE , O.M. REYNOLDS , Atlantic , la.
WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKER , Audubon , la.
COMMEROIAL HOTEL , B. BURQC8S , Neoln , la.
CITY HOTEL , Dl B. WILLIAMS , Harlan , la.
PARK HOUSE , MRS. M. E. OUMMINQS , Corning , la.
NEBRASKA HOTEL , J , L. AVERY , Btnnlon ,
MERCHANTS HOI EL J , W. BOULWARE , Burlington Junction , M )
COMMEROIAL HOTEL , Dlanchard , la.
PARKS HOTEL , F. M. PARK , Bhenandoah , la ,
COMMEROAL HOTEL , HENRY WILLS , Dayld City , Neb
DAQNELL HOUSE , OHA8.DAQNELL , CollcE * Springs , la.
2OMMEROIAL HOUSE , WM. LUTTON , Vllllica , la.
JUDKIN3HOU8E , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvern , l ,
BALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , Ida Grove , la
COMMERCIAL HOUSE D , F.STEARNS , Odebolt la
WOODS HOUSE , JOHN ECKERT , Oicoola , Neb.
DOUGLAS HOUSE , J. S. DUNHAM , Olarki , Neb.
BEDFORD HOUSE J. T. QDEEN. Dodford la.
ARLINGTON HOUSE , J. M. BLAOK& BON , Marj-svllle Mo
NORFOLK JUNCTION HOUSE A. T. POTTER , Norfolk Junction Neb
WINSLOW HOUSE Q. McOARTY , Goward , Neb.
AURORA HOUSE M. 0. JONES , Aurora , Nob.
OROZIER HOUSE 0. R. OROZIER , Sidney , Nell.
Of Neola , Pottawattamie County , Iowa : .
[ on the Rock Island Railroad. ]
J. 0. Ohnpman Olork , Noola Bank
0. D. Dillon Stontn Elevator and Lumber
J. A. Hamilton Steam Elevator and Live Stock
G. W. Rogers : Live Stock
J. F. Burton ! General Merchandise
J. W. Butler General Merchandise
H. Mondoll ' . General Morohandiso
Bland Riahton General Merchandise
Thos. Rishton . ' ; ; General Merchandise
Thos. Moiorstoiu . ' ' General Morohandiso
0. M. Orippon Clothing , Boots and Shoos
Remington Bros Clothing , Boots and Skocs
Egolston & Egelston Groceries
F. Gallop Groceries
McWilliams Bros " ' Groceries
Stewart Bros Groceries
B. E. Vaughn Groceries and Confectionary
0. B. Stone. . . Hardware
Roiehards Bros Hardware
Ohas. Witt Furniture and Hardware
Martin Casey Moat Markob
Hagorty & Roiehards Moat Market
S. Burgess Commercial House
F. S. Burgess Ncola House
Hugh MoWilliams Law-
John P. Organ Law and Mayor
L. W. Todd , M. D Homeopathic Physician
H. D. Harvey , M. D Physician
1. T. Vinoss , M. D Physician
0. Lawrence , MD Physician
S. Viness : ' Drugs
B. A. MoKoy Drugs
0. B. Robbins Drugs
Ohas. Brown : , Hardware
Downo & Mott Livery
S. King Livery
Fisk & Wilson Blacksmith Shop
Henry Shoirbrook. Blacksmith Shop
Goo. Simons Gun Shop
Win. McDonald , Flour and Feed.
E.P. , Ivins Noola Tribuno-
A. A. Davis Marshal
Mining and Milling Company.
Working CaplUK _ . - - - . - _ - esoo.ooo.
Biock. . . . . .
Capital - - $1,000,000
Par Value of Hbarco , - - - . [ . . . rzs.ooo.
STOCK FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
Mines Located in BRAMBL MINING DI8TEIOT.
DU. * . L TIIOUAS , President , Cummins , Wyoming.
VfU. B. TJLTON , Vice-President , Cummins , Wyoming !
E. K , HARWOOD , Secretary , Cummins , Wyoming. \
A , Q. LUNN , Treasurer , Cummins , Wyomlo
Dr. J. I. Thomai. Ixiuls Miller W , 8. Bramel. A. O. Dunn.
E.N , Harwood. Francli Leareni. Goo. II. Faloa. Lowli Zolman.
Dr. J. 0. Watklns. Bo'A.
OEO. W. KENDALL. Authorized Agent for Sale ol Stock : Bo' " > * > , Heb.
Son City fi Pacific
CHH SIOUX OITY ROUTB
Rum a Rnlld Train 'Ihroujjh from
Council Bluffs to St. Paul
Without Ohango Time , Only 17 Houn
UII-E8 TI1K 81IORTEST KODTK
CO HT. PAUL , MINNEAPOLIS
DULUTn OP. BI6MAIIOK
.p.d t > ll pcluts In Northern Iowa. Minnesota an4
Jikhota. This line to equipped with the linprovgi )
Yc tlu < ( hoiuo AutoniAtla Air-brake and Ulllt
'UXorm Coupler i ud Uufleri and fcr
SPKBJP. HAFJTV ANO COJIFOKT
g luminiamcd. 1'iilliaan Palace Ulfcpmj Car
i i through WIT1IOU7 U1IANUK bctw 4U Kan
itlC'ltyaiid fib PaufT via Council Uluffi and
iloux City ,
Tralnii leave Union Paclflo Transfer at Couii-
:1I Bluffi , at 7:36 : p , m. dally on arrival of Kan&u
Jlty , St. Joagpli and Council liluffi train from
io South. Arrlvlni ; at filoux City 11BB p. m. .
.rd at the New Union Depot at Bi. Paul at 1SSO
riU'lIOUU3 IN ADVANCE Of ANYtOTHEB
/arKomembcr In taking the Hlonx City Ilouti
rou get a Through Train. The Uhorteat Line ,
ho QuIckuttTIiue and a Comfortable Hide In the
rUrouKh Can between
COUNCIL ULUFFS AND ST. PAUL.
tarBco that your Tlckcta itaA via the "SIoui
rity and I'aclUa Uallroad "
/ H. WAl'fLES , J , B. BUCHANAN
fluperluteudent. Oen'l I'tua. Aeut. |
P , K. 110BINBON , AIS'I tien'l Pass. A t. ,
illbbourl Volley , Iowa
W , li DAVIS , Eouthwuitern Agent.
Counxl Bluflu Ion a
\ Tanfnrl Al0nta'or"10 [ L"0 Tl' t8 and
YV tlLlUbU Treaoljero
Written by hl
u only life authorized by hitr , and which will
ict be a "lllood and Thunder" btory , such as has
jc n and will be published , but a true Life by
Lho only pirson who Is la pawculon of the ficta
-a fal'hful and devoted wlfu. Tiutb Is more
Interesting than fiction. Agents should apply
lor territory at ouw. Send 76 cts. for bam-
ploUook. J , H.CUamVs &Coy
litLouU. . Mo-
To Nervous Sufferers
THE QREAT EUROPEAN REMEDY.
Dr. J. B. Simpson's Specifics
It Is a positive cure for tipcrmatoirbea , Bjmlna ,
Wcoknewt. linpotancy , and all diseases resulting
from Bjlf.Abuse , as MonUI Anxiety , TJOSSI
Memory , 1'alos " lo the Back or Bide , nud diseases )
- " - " ' * " "J" * ' " " " - " " ' " " " "
thAt load to
( ul success.
oui irw ) 13 all. vului tor tu u4 MiU gut lull par-
Price , Specific , 11.00 per inckagc , or BX pack-
agoa.forte.OO. Addrciw all urdera to
U. UiaSON IIEDICINE CO.
Nos. 101 and 103 Mala St. UuQalo , N. Y.
Bol-1 In Omaha by 0. V. Uoodman , J. W. B U ,
J , K. Ish , aud all drutritliUovcrywhire.
PILES ! PILES ! PILES !
A Sure Cure Found at LastI
A lurocuro fpr Blind , Uiscdlnfr , Itching and
Ulcerated Piles has been discovered by Dr. Wil
liam , ( an Indian remedy , ) called Dr. Will am'
Indian Ointment. A single box baa cured the
worst chroulo casea of 25 or SOycats etandmg. Mo
one need suffer five mlnuteu alter applying thla
wonderful soothing medicine , I < ctlous , iustnt-
mentd and elcctuarUs do more barm than good ,
Wllllam'tt Ointment absorbs the tumora , allays )
the Intense Itching , ( partlculaaly at night after
getting warm U b d.act8 aa a poultice , gives In-
Etant and iislnleai relief , and Is prepared only for
Piles. Itching ol the private parta , aud ( or notb
Itead what the Hon. J. II , Coffinberry of Clevo-
and eave about Dr. William's Indlou File Oint
ment : I have iiBsd ccorca of Piles cures , and U
affords in p eaiure to say that I have never found
auythlnsr which gave ludi lmmedUt aud ptrmv
Dent relief as Pr. William1 * Indian Ointment
for ualo by all druggUts or mailed on receipt
CUVIiAMB , OsBO
For sale by 0. .
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