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COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
City Market , Council Bluffs , Iowa ,
WHOLESALE F 10 IT XI HOUSE ,
General Agents for the Celebrated Mills ol It. D. Kuth & Co. . Golden Kagla Flour , Learennolth ,
Kansas , nnd Oue n Ileo Mills , Sioux Falls , Dakota.
Inference , Smith ft Crl t-nilen , Council TllulH , Iv
WHOLE3AU5 AND KKTAII.
STATIONERY AND PRINTER'S GOODS ,
OOUHOII. BLPFF3 , IOWA.
TITLE ABSTRACT 0 F FICE.
jr. 'W1. S Q ) IT 3C 3K , 3BI J2& O O.
Lands and Lots Bought and Sold.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW HATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS.
COUNCIL BLUFFS - IOWA.
16 North Main Street.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN SHOE FINDINGS.
neadj-fltted uppers , In call skin and kip. Oak nnd Hemlock bOLE LEATIIEn , and at
oo < l appertaining to the shoe trido. Oo d < goldaichcnpn < ln theKnai.
IOMI81 NEf IILLIUSBT STORE
FOR STYLISH SPRING MILLINERY. PATTERN BONNETS AND
CHILDREN'S HATS A SPECIALTY.
105 South Main Street. Council Bluffs la.
That never require crimping , at Mrs. J. J. Good's Hair Store , at pr ces never bcfero touched by
ny other hair dealer. Alto a full line ot switches , etc. , t greatly reduced prices. Aluogold ,
elh cr and colored nets Waves made from Mdlcs' on n hair. DJ not ( all to call before purchasing
elsewhere. All good * warranted as represented. M13. J. J. GOOD ,
29 tlnln street , Council Dluffs , Iowa.
MASON WISE ,
UTERI , TEED & 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. , NEAE BBOADWAY.
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IA ,
REMOVED without the
ANT OTHIcn Fits , Scrofula , Liver Com-
. V'4' ' " ' . Dropsy , Bhcuma-
T U M fl R S tUm > Fovcr and Ucrcur-
I U IVI U n O M Boro9 ( Erysipelas , Salt
Rheum , Scald Houl , Oitarrb , noik , tutUmod
and granulated Ejes , scrofulous Ulcers and Fc-
f male Disease ) of all kinds. AlJO Kidney and
Venerlal dlsoases. He morrhoids or riles cured
I- money refunded.
IIt A'l disease ] treated upon thoprlnclpleof veget
It able reform , without the uie of mercurial pois
ons or the knife.
Electro Vapor or H-dlcatod Baths , furnished
oeowho doslro them.
Hernia or Rupture radically ctjred by the use
the Elastic belt Truia and Plaster , which has
superior la the world.
CALL OS OR ADDRESS
Da , Bice and F , 0 , Miller ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , Ia.
Feed and Sale Stables ,
18 North First Street ,
Bouquets old stand , Council B'uCN , Iowa.
W1LLARD SMITH. Prop.
Practitioner of Homeopathy , consulting
Office and residence 615 Willow avenue , Coun-
cll Ulugg , Iowa. _
W. K. SINTON ,
14 Pearl Street , Council Bluffs , I
Extracting and filling & tpeclilty. Flrat-class
DR. AP. . HANCHETT ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office , Na. 14 Pearl Street 'noun. 9 a. ra. to ]
1 ? . , and2 p.m. , to 6 p , ra. Residence , 120
Bancroft street. Telephonic connection with
DR. AMELIA BURROUGHS ,
No. 617 First Avenue ,
Hours from 10 to 11 a. m. , and 2 to 6 p. m.
JOS , BOSS , Proprietor.
Corner Broadway and Fourth Streets.
Good accommodations , good faro and com-
toous treatment ,
S. E. MAXON , I
( Office over M ilnga bank.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - Iowa.
W , 0 , James , In connection with bit law and
collection business buys and leltt real cttate.
Persons wishing to buy or sell city property call
at his office , our Bushuell'a book store , Pearl
EDWIN J. ABBOTT.
Justice of the Peace and
4l6Brdadway , Council Bluffs ,
Deed * and mortfagei drawn and acknolodged
In Stock and Manufactur
ed to Order.
Wnvoa Made From Your Own Hair ,
TOILET ARTICLES ,
All Goods Warranted as
Represented , and Prices
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
337 W. Broadway ,
Council Bluffs ; - - - Iowa
IES , E , J , HARDING , I , D
Graduate of Electropathlc Institution , Fhllo-
dolphla , P nu .
Office Dor. Broadway & Glenn Ave.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
The treatment of all diseases and pMnfuI [ dlf-
Icultlea peculiar to females a specialty.
The Star Bakery ,
HOWARD & ROBIE ,
227 MAIN ST ,
Employ the best Bread Baker In the West ; also
n choice band for Cakes and Flog.
Bread delivered to all parts of the city.
FRESH FISH !
Game and Poultry ,
Can always be found a B. DANEHY'd ,
130 Upper Broadway.
JNO.JAYFRAINEY , >
Justice of the Peace , ;
314 BROADWAY ,
Dounoil Bluffs , - - Iowa.
W. B. MAYES ,
Loans andEealEstate , '
Proprietor of abstracts of Pottawattamle
ounty. Ofllco corner of Broadway and Jlaln
HreeU , Council Bluff * , Iowa.
JOHN STEINER , M. D. .
( Deutscher Ant. )
ROOM 5 , EVERETT'S BLOCK ,
Dlseasea of women and children a spaclalty.
? , J , MONTGOMERY , M , D ,
FllBE DlSf ENSARY EVERY SATURDAY ,
Office In Everett's block , Pearl trcct Real ] . .
lence C23 Fourth street. Office hours from 0 to
a. m. , 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. , Council hlutfs
F. G. CLARK ,
Pearl street , opposite the postofflco. One of
he oldest practitioners In Council Bluffs , Satli-
tsfactlon guaranteed In all cases
DR. F. P , BELLINGER ,
EYE AND EAR SURGEON , i
WITH DR. CIIAULES DKETKKN ,
Office over drur store , 4H Broadway , Council
ttuttt , Iowa. Al dUoa'e of the eye and car
rotted under the most approv od method , and all
lureo guaranteed. >
JOHN LINDT ,
' ' ' '
Vill practice In all ita fan court * !
Ipeaki Otrman laoguaic
The Beautiful and Bustling
Town of Audubon ,
A Rovlow of Its Business nnd tbo
Mon Who Mnko It
OorrcsiKindcnce of The Deo.
AuDunoif , lown , May 20. Greek
nnd Roman towns , as troll na most of
the other ancient cities , wore nt first
fortified strongholds , lor the protec
tion of traders , luidthorofore , as might
bo expected , their beginning wns on n
hill. Honca thcto wns eventually n
"central " " "
height" or "stronghold ,
crowned by a fortress , ns strong as the
people could irmko it , nnd around on
thn elopes of the hill , or built on the
plain nt its foot , the streets end the
houses of the town. The older
Greek towns \voro usually some
miles from the sea , that
they might bo moro secure
from pirates. Tlio cront masses of
the respectable pcopio lived in the
city so they could bo protected in
time ot danger ; but here mid there
soinpwealthy and indopcndent gentlemen -
tlomon lived remote from town , and
in Inct seldom visited the city. The
countryman was called n heathen because
causeho lived on the heath or unim
proved laud , but those country gontlo-
were of courao exceptions , for then ns
now wealth gave rank to anybody.
Audubon , the county scatot Audu
bon county , is twenty-six miles from
Atlantic , thirty from Carroll , twenty
from Unrlati , nnd about the same dis
tance from Guthrie Center. Froth
Atlantic on the main line the road fol
lows along the west bank of the Eat
Nishna to Blue Grass Creek , no
though it had been the design to hida
this young city away from the main
lines of "rail" and rivor. It is
located three or four miles from this
"twin river , " on the rising ground to
the right of the valley nnd the road.
If the student of ancient and modern
arts had wandered over the whole
county , howould scarcely have found
a moro delightful spot , or in fancy
have scon n moro delightful prairie
SITUATE ! )
on the hillside in this blue grass re
gion , with its elevators , lumber yards
and freight houses in the valley , its
largo stores , banks and numerouo
shops and offices above this nlong the
principal streets , and on the next luvul
tno elegant and expensive court house
is surrounded by numerous Gno resi
dences nnd homo-looking offices in the
centre of a large park' , While scattered
to the right and loft , and still farther
upon the higher grounds nro the resi
dences , pleasant homes , the newly
planted trees and the schools.
is oneof the richest in the stale , and
contains oomo of the wealthiest and
largest farmers in the commonwealth.
The rich valley of the "Botann , " with
its timber belt , its land nil ready for
cultivation , nnd its deep alluvial soil ,
without the clay subsoil , have given it
a notoriety for safe crops nnd abund (
ant yield , nnd every available quarter
section is being purchased by indus
trious farmers and retired business .
men , who come hem to enjoy the
avpning of life -with their families in
this the garden of the world.
Numerous towns are growing in
various parts of the county , and since
the Bock Islandibranch from Atlantic
ind the 'Northwestern branch from
Carroll have joined hero and run so as
to .accommodate the traveling public ,
ind at the same time give two outlets
ton freight , the county may bo termed
"on the boom. "
is a full fledged city of COO or 700 ,
ton miles south in the Nishna valley.
Lt was the county seat for many years ,
tud probably would have boon to-day ,
Dut for the inexorable laws of fate
ind the "geographical center" , or
icarly so , where Audubon now stands ,
is I intend to notice Exira in anoth
er letter I will not further , at present
lescribo that substantial , and busy
ildor town , that spreads over miles of
nud in a wet day.
itill further south , near the county
ine , is named after the chief en ;
gineer of this road. It contains one ;
r two churches , throe stores of gen-
iral merchandise , a good lumberyard ,
oed graded school , plenty of corn
iribs , and a hundred or moro people ,
rho old town "that was" before the
nilroad is half a milo away , has many >
oed buildings , graded school , an ox-
lollont mill , ICO inhabitants , and has
lover lost its old name of Oakfiold. ;
3rayton bos ono or two stores that
ire on the "universal plan , " and can
'ouorally supply anything in the gen >
ral utility line from n cribfull of
lorn or a separator to a spool of silk
ir a corn plaster.
DR. 8. M. IIALLARD ,
vho nominated Kirkwood for gov-
rnor , lives a mile or two south of
his burg , and owns land half way to
Ulantio , and the people are acous-
oraod to estimate his land by the
OKAY , "
en miles north , on the Northwestern
tub to Auduborn , is a new town of a
ear and a half growth. It has a half
ozon stores , two lumber yards , ono ;
r two elevators , good hotel , and , like
Sxira , sustains a good paper , which ,
Ircadyat this youthful age , knows
is name , The Gray Eagle.
ras laid out in the unbroken prairie
hroo years ago last fall , by the Rock
Bland railroad company , which hud
ust located this branch bore to do-
olop the unsettled lands much of it
heirs in the central and northern
aat of the county. The few
ottlors who had bravely held
n to their homesteads for many i
ears , now took courage , and ropro-
entative business men began to ( lock
from'all over the middle states , and
re may say this young city began to '
Bsume Boraowhat of a national ropu >
ition. The few Ohio , Pennsylvania
nd New England soldiers who had
catod hero , now helped the boom , s
nd the neat little village soon bo-
imo a city with great stores , banks ,
owspaporu , factories , hotels and olo-
atom , and the surrounding xountry
warmed with new householders and
u y people. Few counties in the
tate have us large a percentage of '
wealthy farmers as this , Few coun
ties can show n botlor spot for a f rmor
to make mnnoy , and probably no city
of equal size in the state can show fts
rnany nnd as large business houses , or
n city so entirely free from "old worth
less buildings" , of the general kind
called "rookoricsj" mid few o n show
the business or the 1,200 inhabitants
in the three years ,
interests nro not neglected. A sub
stantial 85,000 Union school house is
furnished with a half doaon nblo
toucher * , tinder _ the superintendence
of Prof. O. I. Miller , anl every effort
is used to make this institution
worthy the entire confidence of the
people. There are several fine
churches , well p-ilroni/cd , nnd the
nro doing their shnro The Times is
edited by Mr. E It. Klmbjll , who
always takes his republicanism
straight , aim is ono of the party man-
agora. ' 1 ho Sentinel H published by
H. U. Albert , who makes it a npicy
domocrAtio paper , and has placed it in
the field with HID lurgeat circulation
in the county. Mr. Albert has a line
olllco and n good library , and imitates
Horace Qreoley in "farming for
amusement and prolit , "
The Advocate is published by Car
penter & Stonarr , and follows n con-
survativo policy btitwoon the two par
ties , These is no doubt but ( hat these
live newspapers have done much to
keep up the ntth ity and enterprise of
this city , nnd politically speaking ,
three papers are n fair typo of the
newspapers of the nation. The general -
oral standing , mural worth nnd
moans of accomplishing , represent nlso
the party movements of to-day , and
may bo called the weather gauge to
indicate the relative strength nnd
methods of nork in the parties.
fraternity is very strong nnd iu n pros
perous condition , It has ono of the
linest halls in the state for the blue
lodge and chapter , nnd is making de
termined , nnd in some respects suc
cessful , efforts for the institution of a
commandory. The Odd Follows and
nnd Ancient Order of United Work
men nro nlso strong nnd n credit to
TUB AUDUIIOtf COUNTY BANK
is located in a magnificent two-story
brick on the corner in the center of
the principal trading houses. Mr.
Chas. Van Gorder , the cashier nnd
the managing partner , came to this
county 22 years ngo , when there was
only enough people in the county to
fill a small country school house , nnd
ho has woiked his way up from a com
mon laborer in a brick yard to n posi
tion of fitmucial importance nnd inde
pendence ; and in this position , with
all the facilities for a full banking
business , his judgment and prudence ,
nnd thoroughknowkdgo of the various
interests of the county , make him an
important factor in the prosperity of
this young business center , which is
truly recognized by his associates.
TUB CITlZbNS1 BANK ,
just across the way , is a younger
house , four months old , but claiming
all the advantages of any well-estab
lished bank. Its stockholders , mem
bers and officers are all residents of
the county , and cempriso n large num
ber of the best citizens of the city nnd
arming element , and as might bo ex
pected is popular.
Next above- the Audubon County
bank , nnd in the same brick block , is
the large clothing house of
Mr. Davis came to this infnntilo city
in April , 1879 , being a native of the >
state , and a young man of modern
ideas of business , nnd withal , an es
teemed and trusted citizen and a thor ;
ough gentlemen , and to-day ho has
one of the finest clothing houses to bo
found along the line of the Hook
[ sland road , nnd is carrying a ton or .
fifteen thousand-dollar stock.
MALLOIIY & JAY ,
of the clothing store , across the street , "
iiavo a well-stocked house , nnd Mr.
Wm. Mallory , of this firm , is the
popular licensed auctioneer for Audu >
bon , Shelby , nnd Guthrie counties ,
ind in that role ho often appears and
is said to bo n great success.
j. M. & n. w. QRiaaa
ire a prominent law firm , with an :
jflico at Extra. Love & Von Pelt ,
J. W. McOord , nnd J. L. Btotts are
impng the loading attorneys wo mot ,
ivhilo Dr. A. W. Andrews is a practi-
al operator in dental surgery , with all
ho appliances and a largo experience ,
ind hunts for THE BEE as naturally
is an experienced ward politician
ooks after oflico.
GRAVES & HOUSTON
iayo ono of the most complete stocks )
f drugs in a large two-story brick ,
ipposito the Audubon county bank.
Cheir great variety of miscellaneous ?
oed , usually kept with drugs , and the
leat and commodious rooms , remind
ho Omaha man of Dr. J. 0 , Pantcr'a
alace drug store in the Millard.
Imong the many great stores , which
vo would desire to mention , wo will
totico that of
B v , IIOWALD ,
I two miuuta call convinced us that
his great establishment , although in
aany respects like many other stores 0
n the town , is worthy of a passing 01
lotico , and without which wo would tn
lordly do justice to the general mor- tc 3
handise trade of this young city , at
"ho building wo judged to be about atHi
no hundred nnd twonty-fiyo foot long , Hib
nd filled with every kind of dry b (
oods , fancy , foreign and domestic te :
Hides , and it would seem as though ar
he busy proprietor had searched the to
Id and now world to fine a general Ic
upply of everything that people can oc
at or wear ; and ho Keeps a plenty of caHI
ho best of skilled help to make up HIW
ho ladies' wardrobes iu the most ap- W (
roved manner ; and while he feeds bi
lie hungry ho may be said to keep ar
no of the most complete temples of th
luliion , if our moment's glance was of I
another of tbo quiet "business CO
ings. " During the infantile days of al 11
Ilia town Mr. Schrynor camu to m
Ludubon and placed his money and to > '
ard days' works in the same scale 0 ;
'ith the fortunes of tho'placo , and to-
ay ho has as fine a tradu in light and inn
oavy hardware and farm implements n <
almost any firm on the slope , and inbi
lie confidence of the public. bi
D. II. WALKER m
ras another of the pioneers , At an ot
arly day Mr. Walker secured lots oty
ud built a public house and has con tii
Inued to enlarge and improve his
'guest chambers" until the traveling
BOTIM HOUSE !
At Bryant's Spring , '
dor , Broadway ana Union StB ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
rixln , Medicated. V per , Klcc'rlc , l'unc ! ,
Douch , Shower , Hot unil CoM Ilvhs Com *
potent n Kit ami Icmtla ur eg and t emlitnU
nUMtft on hand , and h but of ra o and attun-
lion alien mtrjtn Spacml tt ntlon given to
ta'nlnic children. Inu t'g ' llon and latronita
tDR. . A. H STVDI.EY & Oo. ,
100 t ppcr Broadway.
Dr. fitud'cy ! Tridtniciit 6 ( chronlo dl eioa
Olio of the bent i land-rliui Hotels In th
West U the
BROADWAY HOTEL ,
A. K 1W WN , rroprlttor.
Son. 634 Mid (3d Ilro dwi yi ouncll Illnrh.tovra.
Tahla supplied nlth thrt Vest tha market if-
fortK O od room ) and flrst-clasa bods. Terms
UNION AVENUE HOTEL
817 Lower Broadway ,
Mrs. C. Qerspacher & Son ,
FinST Cr.A S 110TGI , AT HKA80NAmK
I'llIOBH. TIUKHIRNTR ACCOMMODATED.
1IOTKI , FO.t KENT. GOOD REASONS JOH
N. Anderion , - - Proprietor ,
782 Lower Broadway.
Table tuppl'cd ' with ( he best tlio mnrkct af-
( cnla. Terms O.MnnJ 91 00 per week. Transient
if Yon Wish n Lunch Go to
LOUIE DUQUETTE ,
Soups , Met\t , nnd Entnblcs always on
Imnil , Five Cents per call.
STARR & BUNCH ,
HOUSE , SIGN ,
ORNAMENTAL PAINTERS ,
PAPER HANGING ,
KALSOLIINING AND GEAININS ,
Shop Corner Broadway and Scott St
MRS. J. P. BILLXTPS ,
RESTAURAHT & EATINO HOUSE ,
813 Scuth Main Street , Council D'uffi.
Now house anil newly fitted up In first clats
ityle. llealu at all hours. lea crcnm and Icmo-
nade c\ory c\eulnit. FrulUmd confcctloncrlon.
HUGHES & TOWSLEE ,
Confectionery , FruitsNuts
Cigars and Tobacco , Fresh
Dysters and Ice Cream in
12 MAIN ST. ,
> ublio now look upon this house ns
no of the best along these lines , and
vhoro the travelers find a homo.
Wo sat down to write at the office
able by the side of L. A. Bowers , of
in Omaha wholesale house , A. J.
Manuel , from the Metcalf Bros , on
Farnam street , and the representative
f Leo , Fried & Co. , while the blot-
ing pads on the table for our use
ivoro furnished by W. T. Seaman ,
ind a friend at our elbow asks if
) mnha men nro doing nil the business
tore ? But Council Bluffs is well rep-
esontod hero in trade , for the agents
f Lutz & Lange , James Brewstor ,
3. S. Cole , and Erb & Duquette nro
n town , and both cities are having
arge dealings regularly hero ,
THE GRANT IICUSB
amo into the hands of I. H. Kccao
ast April , nnd hns boon thoroughly
ofittod , and to-day it is as hotel that
nany cities of largo pretentious would
rould bo proud of. Situated near the [
lopot and having every convenience
or the guests at a moderate cost , it is
roll patronized by many business men
ud farmers , and has become an im-
lortant factor to the visiting public.
The largo implement house of Jones ,
ickey & Co. , on the north side of
ho main street , Stool & Young's plow
ictory , and the model livery stable of
harnish Bros. , are all worthy of
pecial mention , as well ns the largo [
ficlosod yard and stabling for farmers'
earns and wagons , and which seems
o bo worthy of imitation by other
itioa ; and many other of the import-
nt industries of the place must bo
assod by for want of space , while wo C
otico the business of
CA1T. WIAH. HTUART.
What Benjamin Lombard was in
Ihlcago , Oapt. Ohas. Stuart is in west-
rn Iowa. Bora in tlio Green Moun-
un state , ho settled in Illinois only
reach over into Iowa and select land'
ud help build towns , assist the pub-
0 charities , erect churches , establish
large number of elevators and lum-
or yards along these lines , and scat-
r his herds upon the prairie hills ;
id to-day ho is , by his neighbors ,
irmod to bo the largest farmer in
iwa , and , with his family , is respect-
and honored by the public , not be-
IUBO of wealth , but for an upright
fo , n kindness for all in the humbler
alks , and for a manly judgment in
usinoss matters that is unassuming
id unobtrusive. Mr , W. G. Stuart ,
10 only son , is the business manager
the thousands of acres in this and
thor states , and the largo tradn in '
ock , grain , lumber , lime , stone and
al , with his cilice hero , and is , with
, a quiet , dignified business gentle-
tan , As wo review tbo past and try
anticipate the future of this young
'arthago ; as wo notice its steady
rowth , its wealthy wide-spread farm-
ig population , its great productive-
ess , its business houses , public build-
igs , including the new jail that is to
e , the large trade in those houses
hero all nro "great houses , " and 10-
lomber that both city and county are
ut of debt , wo fancy that a score of
ears will develop hero n great city on ,
10 banks of the beautiful Nislma-
DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN HOTEL *
HOTELS , PROPRIETORS TOWNF *
ARLINGTON I , Q. MelNTIRE , Lincoln , Neb ,
OARATOQA HOTEL , J. B. 8TELLINIUS , Mllfbrd , Neb. !
MARSH HOUSE , E. MANS , BROWNSVILLE , Neb
COMMERCIAL MOTEL JOHN HANNAN , (8tromiburg Nt
HALL HOUSE , A , W. HALL Loul vll !
CITY HOTEL , CHENEY & CLARK , Blair , Neb ,
COMMERCIAL NOTE. , J. Q. MEAD , Nellgh , Keb.
aflANn CENTRAL . | 8EYMOUR , Nobrmkn Olty , N b
MISSOURI PAOIFIO HOTEL , ' P. Ui THORP , WeeplngWaler.Na
COMMERCIAL HOUCE A. 04 OAARPER , Hardy , Neb.
OREENWOOD HOUSE , W. MAYFIELD , Oroenwood , Neb
OOMMEROIAL MOUSE , E. STOREY. Olnrlndn , Iowa
ENO'Q HOTEL , E. L. ENO , Eremont , Neb
EXCHANGE HOTEL , 0. D. HACKNEY , Aihland. Nab
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , FRANK LOVCLL , Atkinson , Neb.
MORGAN HOUSE , E. U CHUBB , Guide Recd , Nebi
CUMMIT HOUSE , 8WAN & DECKER , Oreston , la.
HOUSTON HOUSE , QEO.OALPH , Extra , la ,
REYNOLDS HOUSE , O. M.REYNOLDS , Atlantic , la ,
WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKER , Audubon , la.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , 8. DURQES8 , Noola , la.
CITY HOTCL , Dl A , WILLIAMS , Harlan , la ,
PARK HOUSE , MRS , M , E. OUMMINQO , Corning , la.
NEBRASKA HOTEL , J.'L. AVERY , Slanton ,
MEROHANT8 HOTEL J , W. OOULWARE , Burlington Junction , M
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , Blanchard , la.
PARKS HOTEL , F. M. PARK , Shenandoah , la ,
COMMEROAL HOTEL , HENRY WILLS , Dayld City , Neb
OAQNELL HOUSE , OHAB. DAQNELL , College Spring * , la.
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , WM. LUTTON , Vllllica , la.
JUDKINBHOU8E , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvern , la ,
DALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , Ida Grove , la
OOMMEROIAL HOUSE D , F.BTEARN8 , Odebolt , la
WOODS HOUSE , JOHN EOKERT , Oiceola , Neb.
DOUGLAS HOUSE , J. 8. DUNHAM , Clarkt , Neb.
DEDFORD HOUSE J. T. QDEEN , Bedford la.
ARLINGTON HOUSE , J. M. DLACK& SON , Marj-svllle Mo
NORFOLK JUNCTION HOUSE A. T. POTTER , Norfolk Junction Neb
WINSLOW HOUSE Q. McOARTY , Beward , Neb ,
AURORA HOUSE M. D. JONES , AuroarNeb.
CROZIER HOUSE O. R. OROZIER , Sidney , Net ) .
AVOOA EATING HOUSE D. W. ROCKHOLD , Avoca la.
OENTRAL HOUSE LOCKWOOD & 8HATTUOK. Red Oak.
THE JELM MOUNTAIN
"T" "T" "T7 CH IE ?
JL JLj V n > Jbt/
Mining and Milling Company.
iVorklrur Capital' - - (300,000.
CftplUl Stack , . 11,000,000
Par V lua ot Bhuroo. . (25,009.
STOCK FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
Mineb Located in BRAMBL MINING DISTRICT.
DK , J. I. THOMAQ , PteeMcnt , Cummins , Wyoming ,
WM E , TILTON , Vko-Prceldont , Oammlnj , Wyoming
B. K. nARWOOD , Secretary , Cummins , Wyoming ,
A. 0. LUNN , Treasurer , Cummlnp , VTyomln
Dr. J. I. Thomas. Louis Miller W. 8. Brainol. A. O. Dunn.
E.N. Ilarwood. Francla Leavens. Gco. II. Folos. Lowli Zolman.
Dr. J. 0. Wktklnt.
noiimeCm QKO. W. KKNDALL. Authorhed Agent tor Brio ol Stock : IV" ' " > . " " * > . N1- .
Of Audubon , Audubon County , Iowa ,
[ On * the Atlantic , Audubon & Carroll Railroad. ]
Ohas. Van Gordor . Caahler Aududon County Bank
A. L. Campbell . Cashier Citizens Bank
Evan Davis . , . Clothing
Mallory & Jay . Clothing
B. F. Ho wald . General Morchandiso1
W. F. Caraon . Dry Goods and Clothing
Rusaoll & Son . General Merchandise
Gonsigny Bros . , . Groceries
A. 0. Van Pelt . i . . Grocorica
Chester Wheeler . : ; . > . Groceries
Frank Gleason . ' . Groceries
E. 8. ' Foster . ' . Groceries
- Richards . Groceries
Graves & Houston . Drug
J. T. Bronornan & Co . Drug
A. H. Roberta . . " . Drug
Win. Olouqhly . ' . . Drug
S. H. Schryver . Hardware and Farm Implement
Martin & Keller . . ' . Hardware
E. W. Boghtol . Jewelry
W. H. Cowlea . . . Jewelry
0. Sponr & Son . Boots and Shoes
J , A. Nash & Oo . Boots , Shoos and Gents' Furnishing
Jones , Dickey A Oo . . ' . Farm Implements
Mapos & Wells . Farm Implements
J. 13. Cook . Farm Implements
D , E. Soar . . . . . Harness
L. W. Tramp & Co . Harness
D. H. Walker . . . Walker House
saao KOOBO . , . Grant HOMO
Emil Bilharz . Bakery and Restaurant
J. B. Abbott . . . Restaurant and Confectionery
Miss H. Torrill . . " . Millinery Store
Mrs. Frank Gloaaon ' . . ' . Millinery Store
1. A. Zanor. . , . . . Elkhorn Meat Market
Davis Bros . Meat Market
3apt. Ohas. Stewart & Son . Elevator , Mill , Lumber and Cool
\ . , A , Hubbard it Bro . Lumber
riiarnish Bros . , . Livery
Stool ' & Young . Plow Machinery
Coon & Jump . . ' . . . Blacksmith Shop
Stewart & Pound . ' Blacksmith Shop
I. H. Fisher . . . . ' . . . . ' . Blacksmith Shop
S. H. Kimball . ' . . . ' . . . . ; . Times
El. P. Albert . ' . . Sentinel
Carpenter & Stewart. , . Advocate
) . H. nolraos , M. D . Physician
I. F. Bronoman , M. D . Physician
S. M. SImfor. M. D. . . . , . , . . .Physician
F. F. Oloughly , M. D. . " Physician
r. M. &R. W , BrigRS. ' . . . . . f . Law
U. Nichols . , . Law
r. L. Stotta . Law
? aah & Pholpa . Law
Jove tf Van Pelt . . ' . ' . Law
r. W. McOord . Law
880. SHORTJ.INE , 1880 ,
KANSAS CITY ,
a tni OMT
Direct Line to 8T. LOUIS
AND TOE EAST
From Omaha and the West ,
All tr lni leave B. fc M. Depot , OouOu : Keb ,
'o change ol car * between Omaha and r > . jxmli ,
and but one between OliAHA and
ABTKKN AND WEOTEllN OITlEa witn LEBI
OUAKOK8 tnd IN ADVANCE CJ ML ,
OTIIUU LINKS '
TliUi entire line Is equipped \rlth allmko'i
alaco Sleeping Cart , Palace I > ay CX che . Ulller * !
ifcty PUtlorm and Coupler , and ( no coiobratnd
iartleo that your ticket readi VIA nAMSAi
ITLT. . J03EPU k COUNCIL IJLUFJfB E II
xul , via St. Jo opU and St. LouU.
Ticket * foi Bale at all coupon eUtlom lathi
tuti. 1 , F/BAUNAUD ,
0. DAWES , Qen. Suet. , St. Joaopb , ate
den , ran , * nd Ticket Ag > . , St Joicpb , Mo.
AMBT UOEDur , Ticket Agtiot ,
1020 Famham itnol.
Murray & Lanman's
FLORIDA WATER ,
Best for TOILET , BATH
In going East take the
Trains Icaye Oman * 8iO p. m. and TtO : a. m.
( full tnformatloa call on U. P. UUKU Ticket
Agent , lith and Frnhim SU. J. BELL U. P.
UHlway Depot , or at JAUK3 T. O IJK , btutf ,
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