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O. O. OOOXK JSx 00.
- * City Market , Council BlBtrt low , '
FI < OITR HOUSE.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
STATIONERY AND PRINTER'S GOODS ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
TITLE ABSTRACT 0 F FICE.
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Lands and Lots Bought and Sold
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW HATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS
COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA
15 North Main Street.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN SHOE FINDINGS.
Roady.flttcd uppers , In call ikln and kip. Oak and Hemlock EOLE LEATHER , and al
ooda appertaining tothethootr.de. Oo d < gold M cheap m In the K .
IESPERIS' ' Hlff ULLiraY STORE
FOR STYLISH SPRING MILLINERY. PATTERN BONNETS AND
CHILDREN'S HATS A SPECIALTY.
105 South Main Street , Council Bluffs la.
That ne\cr require crimping , at Mrs. J. J. Good's Ilalr Store , at pr ces never bctero touched by
Any other hair dealer. Also a full line ol switches , etc. , at greatly reduced prlcun. Aha gold
ll\cr and colored nota Wares made from ladles' own hair. Do not ( nil to can bcforo pitch islng
elsewhere. All goodn warranted aa represented. MIS. J. J GOOD ,
29 MMn street , Council llluds , Iowa ,
MASON WISE ,
LITEE1 , PJ3ED & SALE STABLE
The largest and best
stables in the west.
Roadsters , Saddle and
draft horses for sale ,
also a fine lot of mules
just received whjch
will * * be closed out
" SCOTT ST. , NEAR BROADWAY.
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IA.
fl A THTI TllTl (1 HBUOVED without the
11 fl IU i i H. n N drawing ot blood or use of
U till UiUlUlJ knllo. Cures lunp diseases ,
AMn nfnicr ? Fltfl , Scrofula , Liver Oom-
Plaint. Dropsy , Kheuma-
v A n M
T II M si R S tlsm. Fever and Mercur-
I U III U H O Ial Boreg | Eryslpclag. Salt
Rheum , Scald Iloid , OiU rh , woik , iuflimed
* nd granulated Eye , r crofulous Ulcers and Fu-
male Olstaae o ! all kinds. Alto Kidney and
Tanerial diseases. Hemorrhoids or Piles cured
A'l disease ! treated upon theprlnclpleof vcget-
Able reform , without the use ol mercurial pols-
as or the knife.
Qoctrj Vapor or llidlcated Baths , furnished
en who dulrethem.
HeruU or Rupture radically cured by the uo
tin Elastic belt Truss and Piaster , which hu
superior la the world.
CALL OS OR ADDRESS .
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Drs , ' R , Rice and F , 0 , Miller ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , la.
feed and Sale Stables ,
18 North First Street ,
Bouquet a old stand. Council B'uffi , Iowa.
WILlAltD SMITH. Prop.
Practitioner of Homeopathy , consulting
Physician andSurgeon ,
OfQoe and residence < J15 Willow avenue , Coun-
fl Ulutfs , Iowa.
W. K. SINTON ,
14 Pearl Street , Council Bluffs.
Extracting and filling a spedilty. Tint-clou
DR. AP. . HANCHCTT ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office , Ho. 14 Pearl Street , noun , 9 a. m. to
12. , and 2 p. m. , co 6 p , m. 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.
J , A. K03S , Proprietor.
Corner Broadway and Fourth Streets.
Good accommodation * , good fare anil cour
teous treatment. _
S. E. MAXON ,
, k. XC O 3EC X 0 ? j S3 O * T.
Office over savings bank ,
COUNOIti BLUFFS , Iowa.
W. 0. James , In connection with bis law and
collection business buys and sella real estate.
Persons wishing to buy or sell city property cell
at his office , over BtuhncU'g book store , Pearl
ttreet.EDWIN J. ABBOTT.
Justice of the Peace and
416 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
D d wed bMrtcogM drairn and
WATER WAVES ,
In Stock and Manufactur
ed to Order.
Waves Made Prom Your Own Hair.
T0ILET ARTICLES ,
All Goods Warranted as
Represented , and Price *
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
337 W. Broadway ,
Council Bluffs Iowa.
; - - - .
MBS , E , J , HABDING , M , D , ,
Graduate at Electropathlc Institution , Phila
delphia , Peon * .
Office OOP , Broadway & Glenn Ave.
- * * -
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
The treatment of all disease ] and p itnful Jdlf-
Icultleo peculiar to fciralca ft specl.lty.
1 he Star Bakery ,
HOWARD & ROBIE.
227 MAIN ST.
Employ the best Bread Baker In the Weet ; also
a choice hind for Cakes and Pies.
Bread delivered to all parts of the city.
FRESH FISH !
Game and Poultry ,
Can always be found a B. DANEHYV.
138 Upper Broadway.
Justice of the Peace ,
314 BROADWAY ,
Council Bluffs. - - Iowa.
W. B , MAYES ,
Loans andEealEstate ,
Proprietor ot abstracts of PotUw attamle
county. Office corner of Broadway and Mala
sirocu , Ceuncll llluflj , Io a _
JOHN STEINER , M. D. ,
( Deutscher Ant. )
ROOM 5 , EVERETT'S BLOCK ,
Dleeoses of women and children a spaclolty.
P , J , HONTQOMEEY , M , D , ,
FKEK DISPISNHAUY KVEHY SATUIIDAY.
Office In Frerett's block , Pearl treet. Reel
dcnce 628 Fourth street. Office hours from 0 to
Z a. m. , 2 to 4 and T tj 8 p. m , Council I | uB >
F. G. CLARK ,
Pearl street , opposite the pottoffice. One of
the oldest practitioners In Council Bluffs , fiatls
bfacttoo guaranteed In all cases
DR. F. P. BELLINGER ,
EYE AND EAR SURGEON ,
WITH DH. CHAKL18 1'KhTKKN. '
Offlcoover Jrur store , 111 llroailu-ay , Council
Buffd , toua. Al dUui CM of the uku and car
tre ttd undirthoiuoitappfovud method , and all
JOHN LI.'JOT ,
' ' ' '
Will prattle * In all sU Lj > i tourUJ
flpaits Qtrmao Unfiurf
The Charges j&faintt Mr. Tiael
Iowa City Republican. ,
The tasft of replying to the clmrgt
contained in the letter of 0 , 0. Bui
nott published in The Ilopublicanc
the Oth inst. , is made easy by the kin
and prompt courtesy of govern ! get
tlcmon to whom I wrote for evidence
My only difficulty is an ombarras !
meat of riches , The letters are B
full thai I am compelled to abbroviat
somewhat , but I hare loft out no im
portant point. The letters nro pul
lUhod in the order in which they wtr
The first is from n gentleman well
known to mo , a successful 'wholcsal
dealer in hardware , 0. L. Bauin , Esq
Ho writes ns follows :
LINCOLN , Nob. , Jlay 12,1832.
lltv , O. CLUTK-DBAII Sin : Youi
letter and Iowa City Dally Iti p iblicat
of May 9th , nt hand. * * '
Thu Jutnata matter was a charg <
niadoby ono member of the lodgi
there , and published. The letter referred
forrod to was signed ' 'Bird" , No1
long since the Juuitn Ledge was sua
ponded from the1 Grand Ledge fo
' 'contempt and malicioui slander ; '
the whole cause based upon thu
charge mralnst Finch. All of which ]
will send you by curly mail , ns published
lishod proceedings of the Grant
Lodge , and in other forms equally an-
The Lincoln Daily Djm-crAt pub
lished at ono time a charge that John
B. Finch had "inado improper pro
posalsto n young woman , and wrcstlec
with her on the lounge. Mr. Fine !
sued The Democrat for libel at $10 ,
000 damages , which case has novel
some to trial. 1 ho young lady tc
whom reference was made , made oatb
before our present county judge , f
copy of whicti I will also mail you , ut <
terly denying the charges , and in sub <
Blanco completely exonerating Mr ,
Finch. This is all thut has appeared
upon any court records in this city in
the nbovo matter , and Air. Finch was
never made defendant iu n bastardy
and seduction case , but was plaintill
in a libel auit against The Daily
Democrat , growing out of the aboyi
rumor. Suiliuo to gay , the woman in
qmstion never had cuuso for bastardy
against any one.
Mr. Finch is looked upon hero by
the better class of pocplu as an excel
lent man , ana sustains an enviable
The men whom Mr. Burnett repre
sents , by his published letter , arc
hero , as well as elsewhere , loud in
their denunciations of Mr. John B.
Finch. Very truly youre ,
0. L BAUM.
The second letter is from a dentist ,
long a resident of Lincoln , well and
honorably known :
LiNOotN , Neb , , May 15 , 1882.
REV. O. CLUTE DEAU SIR : Y < urs
of the 12ih inst. , is received. The
copy of The Kipublicun which you
speak of sending mo , has not yet
reached me , therefore am not advised
definitely what the charges referred to
are , but presume they are the slanders
of two years ago , published in The
Lincoln Democrat at that time , with
the usual additional accumulations of
falsity and filthinesa that time and
distance lend to such infamous slan
That paper published an article to
, ho effect that a young lady living in
inch's family had been improperly
approached by Mr. Finch , and im
moral advances made to her , etc. ,
3ut charged nothing criminal as the
result. Air , Finch commenced at
> nco against the then editor of The
Democrat for libel. The caao in the
courts yet ; the defendant never being
ready for trial has obtained a contluu-
anco from time to time on one pretext
or another. I think it will surely
como to trial at the next term of
court. Nobody hero believes thtro is
L shadow of truth in it at ail , unless
t bo the liquor dealers , and 1 c innot
H'liovo they do in their hearts. In
act the young lady made affidavit
hut it was the basest falsehood , and
hat Mr. Finch never acted anything
) ut the perfect gentleman toward her.
There is noubt but that it was gotten
up , and is continued in the interests
of the liquor traffic.
The standing of Mr. Finch hero at
lome cannot bo illustrated bettor than
t was tbo last time he spoke in our
city , early in January last. Our largo
and commodious Opera house was lit
erally packed , and many went away
who could not got standing room.
Enclosed I send you editorials of
our city papers in regard to tko revi
val of the scandal in your state.
S ? H. KIMO.
The editorial mentioned by Mr.
ting was from the Lincoln Daily
lows of May 13th , and from the
) aily State Journal , of Lincoln , of
tfay 14. They are too long to qnnte
it this time in full. Here is what the
Tows says of Mr. Burnett's statement
of the cauQ. of "seduction and bas-
ardy : "
"Such infamous , bare-faced falso-
lood should uovur liud u place in it
espectablo paper , $ only to condemn
ho vile hypocrite who originated it.
t is unnoctsoary to say that it is a
landerous lie , thut no ono who has
ny regard for truth or honesty will
five utterance to , and yet ho com
mences in order to give color to his
lander , by saying ho in a 'minister oi
ho gospel of Jesus Christ. ' Wonder
1 Christ has many such ministers. "
The Dally State Journal , referring
o the same case , says ;
It need not bo said in Lincoln that
ho assertion that ho was openly
barged by The State Democrat with
rimmal intercourse with servant girls
n several occasions , and that it pub-
nhod affidavits to support the charges
s willfully , absurdly and inexcusably
untrue. Mr , Finch is , however , ara-
> ly able to fight his own battles , and
rhen ho gets homo ho will doubtless
> o heard from.
The next is from the Hon. 0 , P.
lason , ex-chief justice of Nebraska.
le says ;
LINCOLN , Nob. , May 10 , 1882.
UEV. 0. CUJTK-DKAU Sm : Your
etter of the 12th hist. , and paper
onUining the statement of the Iluv.
7. O.-imjiton Burnett in regard to
ohn B. Finch , is received and road ,
'here is no truth in the statements
aide by the Rav. C. Oorapton Bur-
lett , The whisky interests in this
tate have spared no labor or money
o scandalize John B , Finch , but BO
ar their every statement , reflecting
upon his character as a man , ha been
epeatedly proven to bo false. The
Juninta Herald statement ' * false , an
has boon proven to bo so. No sue
letter was ever written by John I
Pinch , ha all who desire to know th
truth well Icnow , The SUto Journal
of Lincoln , while under the manage
tnent find control of Victor Yifquam
was the hq < ior men's organ in ( hi
state. The Weekly Journal , of PJatts
mouth , did publish a eciwdnhus libo
and falsehood on John B. Finch , oi
the occasion of his visiting Plaits
mouth with Gov. St John , t f Knn.
sas. Finch assaulted the editor , anc
whipped him nt the time , nnd the citizens
zons of Piattsmouth , good men and
true , promptly paid the line and cots ,
and nil decent people felt Finch did
ncht in whipping the editor. The
State Democrat published a libel on
Finch , charging him wi h iinpropoi
advtoicjs to sumo servant ulrl. A
suit for libel was commenced , and at
ench term tlnco Finch has In on ready
and pressing for trial , nnd the do
fendnnts hnvo upon otip pretext nnd
another secured n continuance. You
will find nil those clurgas ngivnst
Finch nro fulso. * * *
No truthful citizen of this state , no
ono who knows the facta or who desires -
sires to speak the truth but will tell
you at < d nil men that this sUtement of
llev. 0. Compton Burnett is lalao a-id
untrue , a tissue of falsehoods woven
by the liquor inttnst , nnd the web
presented to the public through thu
Iluv. C Cjtnptou B'urnott. * *
To mo it is an appalling spectacle to
see a clergyman of the church the
church to which my family belong ,
and which I respect more than auy-
thing , standing in defense of
these crimes , ns if they wore
the ark and covenant of civil
and rolii ious liberty. Which
of the prophets have they not persecu
ted bvun unto death ? "Ho that is
not for mo is against mo. " Ho that
is not for prohibition absolute , is for
the continuance of this great iniquity.
The liquor interest realize and appre
ciate thu fact that it is the character
of the man that uivua power and effect
to his words , and hei'ce this effort and
use ot falsehood , scandal , and malic
ious vituperation tw break down and
iniuro the character and ronutution ot
John B. Finch. Their ufFjrts have
proved a signal failure iir * Nebraska ,
and they will bo BO in Iowa. The
nrong cannot long prevail. It may
gain 11 temporary advantage but in the
end its failure must bo final and com
plete. ' 1 hero is no stain or taint upon
the character of John B. Finch. He
is a worthy man. Youn truly.
1) . P. MASON.
Having hoard that Mr. Finch had
commenced auit aguinst the editor of
thu Lincoln Stito Democrat for libel , a
letter was aunt to the clerk of the
county clerk there asking for facts.
His reply follows :
LINCOLN , Neb. , May 12 , 1882.
DEAR Siu : Yours of the 10th inst. ,
at hand. In reply would bay that the
case of Finch vs. Vifquam stands for
trial iu this court , nut yet having
been determined upon the merits.
I know nothing against the charao-
cer of Mr. r inch aside from the slush
published sometime ugo iu the col
umns of the State Democrat in this
city , and on account of which the li
bel suit is now pending.
Very truely yours.
J..S. DALES ,
Deputy Clerk , District Court , Lancas
ter County , Nebraska.
H. U. Lett , a prominent grocer of
Lincoln , spaaks briefly , but to the
paint. Ho says :
LINCOLN , Neb , May 15,1882.
RET. O. CLUTK - DBAH Siu : L looked
over all that your paper cjnuined in
reference to John B. Finch. I have
known him a long time. I have never
heard any one , that had a character
of his own , eay a word against Mr.
Finch's morul character. These old
charges have long been stale. I know
of no moral person in the state who
tolerates for one moment the truth of
theau charges. They have , us I hove
reason to know , investigated the
charges fully , and have unani
mously exonerated him. Ho can , in
this city , ut any time , command the
largest ornwd of hearers of any man
in Nebraska , if annocncod that ho is
going to Mptuk. All those charges I
believe to be a strike at the cause of
right. Yours ,
H. U. LETT.
Mr. Finch has been for many years
an active worker among the Good
Templars , where ho has held the high
est offices. The executive committee
af the Nebraska grand ledge thus
speaks of him :
EUITOE REPUBLICAN : Wo aeo in a
Into issue of your paper a letter writ
ten by ono 0. Compton Burnett against
John B. Finch , of this state. We , as
the executive committee of the grand
ledge of Good Templars of Nebraska ,
D ( which lodge Mr. Finch was grand
nrorthy chief two years , snd was unan
imously elected for the third term ,
last January , but refused to work long-
ar , beg leave to state to your readers
: hat wo have known Mr Finch for
ivo years intimately. Wo also know
.hat that portion of Burnett's letter re-
'erring to seduction , bastardy and critn-
nal prosecution is wilfully and wholly
'also. Mr. Finch has no\er been
ihurged with bastardy in thin state or
) laowhere , until that whisky advo-
: ate , Burnett , who says ho received a
; houand dollars for fifty lectures ,
nid live dollars a day for oxponsfs
'rmii the liquor association of Illinois
'or lecturing m the whisky interest ,
iaa nmde the charge ; nor has any
: ivil prosecution been entered against
VIr , Finch.
\Vo deeply regret that it has been
eservrd for a preacher to descend
0 went of all the vulgar traducers of
; his most dlidunt temperance orator.
Two or three years ugo The State
Qitinocrar , of Lincoln , Nub , published
m article against John B , Finch , for
vhieh Mr , Finch sued iu editor for
$10,000 $ fur libel , which suit ia put off
nan time to time at the request of the
Mr. Finch moved an investigation
if the charges made by the Juniata
Herald , in his own lodge , and was
nest fully acquitted on all points. At
hu Grand L > dgo ho was most fully
indorued by the temporaries people of
his state , and after living hero for
ivej euro and speaking in Lincoln a
lundied tiiroa , ho tvus again asked to
pjak , and notwithstanding an ad-
iiittunco fee was charged at the door ,
lie opera liouso waa crowded with ono
> f the largest audiences that over waa
teen in this city. Tell your people
, hut the Honorable John B , Finch is
1 gentleman , and worthy the full con *
idenoj of all good men and women.
Wo regard John B. Finch as the
itrongost leolorer , in this or the old ,
nrorld , on temperance , ( Signed )
At Bryant's Spring ,
Dor , Broadway anfl Union Sts
ri\r ! , Mctltcited , V-pnr , Ftea'rlr , I'lunge
Danth , fjhower , Hot r > n < ! Cold tU hi Competent
potent n al unit Utntto i nr os and t eniUnt
ulna ? * oa hand , and hs b tolra oand atUn
tlon clrjn intrjns Spunlntt ntlon Riven t <
liVnliif ; children. Invrt'gatlon aud | mtron K
iollcltolDR. . A. H STUDMIY & Co. ,
100 I ppor Broadway.
Dr. Sttnl'f } : Tnatmcnt ol chronlo
One ot the bcsl * cond clam Hotels in the
A. K HR4WN , Proprlitor ,
NOD. Mt and 438 Urcudwajr , ' ounelt llliiT , Iow
T UB supplied nlth thn bc t the market at
( O'd ( . O od rooms and flrat-dau boda. Termi
UNION AVENUE HOTEL ,
817 Lower Broadway ,
Mrs. 0. Gerspacher & Son ,
FIHST CLA S HOrUf , AT UKAPONA71LI
PIUiT. . TIUVRIK.NT3 ACCOM JIODATKD
IIOTKC , tOO. 8AI.K. GOOD KKASONB KOI
N , Anderton , - - Proprietor ,
732 Loner Broadway.
Tahlo mppVed with ( ho brat the market at-
fonlft. Tornil 13.50 and ( I 00 per week. Trftiulonl
H.OO per da\ .
IT Yon "Wish a Ijnnoh Go to
LOUIE DUQUETTE ,
Soupn , Meat * , nnd Entables nlwaya on
liani. 1'ivo CenU per call.
STARR & BUNCH ,
HOUSE , SIGN ,
PAPER HANGING ,
KALSOHININQ AND GRAINING ,
Shop Oornor Broadway and Sontt St
HUGHES & TOWSLEE ,
Confectionery , FruitsNuts
Cigars and Tobacco. Fresh
Oysters and Ice Cream in
12 MAIN ST. ,
J. Q TIPrON ,
Attorney and Counsellor.
Office orer Flrit National Dtnk.Coun'll ,
Iiwa. Will vractlce in tbe tUtn and failcral
723 W. Broadway.
LARSON & ANDERSON ,
This laundiy hii Juat been op nod ( or busl-
nosa , and wo ore now pripartd to do Uundry
work ut all kinds and gu , rantee gatlslactlon A
ipfilalty irftle ol Hnu work , "uch as culUrr ,
LUlTn , Unofhirtd , ttc Wevant bveiyboJjr to
b'iro ut a trial.
LARSON & ANDERSON.
JOHK S. MINI K , G. W. 0. T.
T. B. DAWSOK , O. W. T.
GKOHQK Scorr , G. W. 0.
ANNA SAUNDKHH , G.V. . V. T.
The ledge at Lincoln , Neb , , thus
speaks of Mr. Finch and of tbe
LINCOLN , Nob. , May ID , 1882.
Wo , the undersigned , offijoM of
Lincoln lodge , No. 35 , I. O. G. T ,
liereby declare that Brother John J3.
Finch has boon a member of this
odfiu for throe years ; that ho hoa al
ways berne the charaott r of a moral ,
Jhrietian gentleman in this city and
.hroughout the state , and that the
bul Blander published by Compton
iiurnett as an advertisement in the
[ osra City Daily Republican against
lira , is in every particular false , and
s evidently a malicious lie , manufao-
urod in the interest of tbo drunkard-
naking fraternity , against whom Mr.
7mch has always waged an earnest an
0. E. HKDOW , W. 0 T.
E. G. OLKMKNTH , L. D.
S. 0. COOLKY , Sec.
JOHIKDOWUBN , W. P. S.
A.F.SnauY.P.W. 0. T.
It H ill Lo suun from the above lot-
Lrs and editorials that Mr. Pinch's
haructer io ubovo reproach , The at-
dck made upon him in Iowa City was
lased upon uld ruinora , the falsity of
rhich any ono could hare learned if
10 had cared to know. I ask all
hotu'htful voters to consider if a
mrly that resorts to such base inotli-
ds oi warfare is worthy of support.
Vill you support men and measures ,
hat , fuili > g in argument , resort to
ho most unblushing falsehood
, nd coucooo the vilest somdals
gainst men of known integrity ? The
iloctiun will soon bo hero. It is for
'ou ' to cheese whom y ; U will servo.
Tlio temperanco.pooplo of Johnson
ountywill probably give no further
.ttuntion . to thcso statements against
* Ir. Finch , nor to statements of aim-
lar character against any advocates of
> rohibition. They are aside from the
nain JBBUO. The question is in regard
o prohibition , For that wo want the
iclpof every voter in the state. Men
if all sects and of no soot , of all politi-
: al purlieu nnd of no party , born in
mr own land or of nationalities be-
'ond the sea , will you not vote for
his measure that will put money in
rour pockets , peace and order upon
/our / streuts , prosperity and industry
n your homes ? 0. Cturu ,
Pros. Johnson County P , A , 0.
An Old Friend.
Hu was allliaed with a lama back aud
tmernl lUtilli y ; be was recommended
PIIOUA * ' ECLKOTUIO OIL , which ourej him
it uaoe. Thia famous ipaolQc la ft positive
r mody for bodily palo , Cdlw
DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN HOTEL ? ' ' X.
SOTSLS , PROFRlRTORa
ARLINGTON. J. O. MclNTIRE , Lincoln , Nefc.
OARATOQA HOTEL , J. 8.8TELLINIUO , MllfonS , HebJ
MARSH HOUSE , E. MANS , BROWNSVILLE
COMMERCIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAH , Otromiburg N
HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL Loultvllla
CITY HOTEL , CHENEY & CLARK , Dl.lr , Neb ,
COMMERCIAL HOTE- , J , O. MEAD , HoHgh , Neb.
GRANO CENTRAL E. SEYMOUR Nibraika Olty , N b
MISSOURI PACIFIC HOTEL , P. L. THORP , W eplngWt rN
COMMERCIAL HOUSE A. O. OAARPER , Hardy , Nab.
GREENWOOD HOUSE , W.MAYFIELD , Greenwood , Neb
COMMERCIAL HOUSC. E. STOREY. CUrlnda , IOWA
END'S HOTEL , E. L. ENO , Eremont , Neb
EXCHANGE HOTEL , O. B. HACKNEY , Aihland , Neb
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , FRANK LOVELL , Atklnion , Nett
MORGAN HOUSE , E. L , QRUDB , Qulda Recd , Nab
CUMMIT HOUSE , BWAN & DECKER , Oretton , In.
HOUSTON HOUSE , GCO.OALPH , Extra , la ,
REYNOLDS HOUSE. O. M. REYNOLDS , Atlantic , la ,
WALKER HOUSE. D. H. WALKER , Audubon , la.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , 8. BURGESS , Neota , la.
CITY HOTEL , Dl A. WILLIAMS , Hftrlan , la.
PARK HOUSE , MR8. M. E. OUMMINQ3 , Corning , la.
NEBRASKA HOTEL , J , L. AVERY , Gtanton ,
MERCHANTS HOI EL J , W. BOULWARE , Burlington Junction , M
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , Blanchard , la.
PARKS HOTEL , F. M. PARK , Chermndonh , la ,
COMMERO AL HOTEL , HENRY WILLS. Dayld City , Neb
DAQNELL HOUSE , OHAS.BAQNELL. College Sprlngt , la.
30MMEROIAL HOUSE , WM. LUTTON , VIII lie * , la.
JUDKINS HOUSE , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvern , la ,
CALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , Ida drove , la
COMMERCIAL HOUSE B , F.8TEARNB , Odebolt , la
WOODS HOUSE , JOHN ECKERT , Otceola , Neb.
DOUOLAS HOUSE , J. 8. DUNHAM , Olarka , Neb.
DEDFORD HOUSE J. T. QBEEN , Bedford la.
ARLINGTON HOUSE , J. M. BLACK & 80N , MarjivllloMo
NORFOLK JUNCTION HOUSE A. T. POTTER , Norfolk Junotlon Neb
WINSLOW HOUSE a MCCARTY , 8eward Neb.
AURORA HOUSE M. B. JONES , Auroar.Nab.
OROZIER HOUSE O. R. OROZIER , Sidney , Neo.
AVOOA CATINQ HOUSE D. W. ROCKHOLD , Avooa la.
CENTRAL HOUSE LOCKWOOD & SHATTUCK. Red Oak
THE JELM MOUNTAIN
IT" , "T7
Mining and Milling Company.
forking Capital ! - WOO.OM.
Capital 8 Jock , 91,000,009
Par Value ol Shares , - i2BOM.
STOCK FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
Mines Located in BRAMBIi MININGDISTRICT. .
DR. J. I. THOMAS , President , Cummins , Wyoming ,
WM E. T1LTON , Vice-President , Camming , Wyoming
E. N. IIARWOOD , Secretary , Cummins , Wyoming.
A. d. LUNN , Treasurer , Cummins , TYyomia
Dr. J. I. Thoruaj. Louis Miller W. 8. BramoL A. O. Dann.
E. N. Ilarwood. Francis Leavens. Goo. II. Faloa. Lewis Zolman.
Dr. J. 0. Walking.
OKO. W. KENDALL. Authorliod Airent for Rale nf Stock' IV - ' o , v . j.v ,
Of Lewis , Cass Countyv Iowa ,
[ On the Atlantic and Griswold Branch of the Rock Island Railroad. ]
L. 0 Roing i Bank
Harris & Itobberta Steam Elevator , Live Stock , Coal and Limo
0. E. Myers & Co Steam Elevator and Live Stock
I \V. Baker Lumber and Coal
Shaw & Orombie Lumber and Opal
Graham & Wheeler . . JBotana Milla
L. O. Rotate & Oo General Merchandise
McKinney & Perkins General Morch ndise-
Mrs. 0. J. Keihl . - Grocery
S R. Barhito r- Grocery
\Vm. Murnon ! Grocery
A. H. Giffbr ' . . . .Variety Store ?
0. W. Baker Clothing , Hats , Caps , Boota and Shoos
J. R. Reynolds , Jr > . Jewelry
Kennedy Bros . .Hardware and Farm Implement *
Steele & Gardener Hardware
M. E. Louis Farm Implements
0. F. Hamlin . .Furniture
M. J. Davis Drugs and Postomco I
E. B. Downos . . . . . .Drugs
Mrs. Langdon Millinery Store \ 51
Royal & Cutting Millinery Store
Miss MoLnughlin Millinery Store
E. 0. Nowcomb Photograph Gallery
Oapt. John Foster , : Foster House
Henry Myers -
T. Worthlnctoli Restaurant , Bakery and Confectioner/
Morgan & Hardonburg kjyerjr
Oarr & Bates Wacon Shop
Disbrow & Son Blacksmith and Wagon Shop
Stevens Bros Jflour and Feed Store
A. E. Suydan , Barbon Shop
G. I. ChUu.u. . . .t Lawyer , Justice and Mayor
K. W. Maoouabor * i.- * " .IMr
M. J. Davis , M. D Physician
3.E. H. Gannon , M. D Physician
Newlan , M. D . , Physician
L.M. Andrews , M. D S " , ? " I
J. G. Rlshol , M. D ; . r ' . Homeopahtio Bhyoician
J. B. Erion i Independent
S. 0. Halsey & Cof , MoAt'Markej
Jacob Stovons. . . . . Brickyard
1830. SHORTJ.IHE. ES80 ,
Direct Line to ST. . LOUIS
From OtnAhaand theWeiit.
All tralnt low * B A M. Depot , Oinaia : Neb.
No change ot eau between Omaha and o . uonli ,
and lot > oua bctwoau OMAUA and
Ji'KW YOllit ,
Dai ly PassengerTrai n&
KA8TKIUJAHD WE3TKIIS QlTIKSwUhLfUl
OIIAHUCH and IN AAVAMUBof UI <
Ol'lIKtt U > RA
Thl aoiliM Dun u uqjuvBwl with ullmvti
r * Uc HioepJoK Can , Pulaui Day Coochoa. UUUc %
dalety VUtlorm and Ooqylw , and thi oelebiattc
tSTtiM that yonr UuUat readi VIA uJJWAi
OIT , UT. JOSEI'lI It. COUNCIL ULUlTtJ lull
load , via 81. Jotoph uvi Bt. Louli.
Ticket lor &ale fci all coupon etitloos In Ibl
Wcrt. J. K. BARNAAD ,
0. VAWK3 , Gen. gunt. , HI. Jotjpb , MO
A i VKin. Pau. and Ticket Art. , tit. Jotui > fak If o.
AMiir UOUDVII , Tlcktt Agvul ,
1020 Farnbua utic l.
W , J.UAVUiroBT , 0 n rxl Ai-en ,
In going K 4t tikt tha
8rn "mr-- " * ? *
Trains leava Omah * > :10 p. m. and 7iO : a ID
l lull tnlormatlon call on U. f. DUKL Tloket
Agent , lith aud fAloham Btf. J. IlELi. U. P.
Hallway Depot , Of M JAHM T , OJj&RK , Qenti.
1Om U , WlB * U
Sioni City & facie
THE- SIOUX OITY EOUTB
Hunt A Rolld Train Ihrough from
Council Bluffs to St. Paul
Without Ohanno Time , Only 17 Hour *
3L < OO VOUSS TUK HHOKTKUV BOTJIK
TOST. PAUL , M1NHEAIHJL13
DUtUl'0 Alt BiaUAKOa
and all point * In Northern town , Ulnua&.U ted
DiUioU. Thll lint U < xiulpi U wlib tli Unprcnd
iWutluKboute Automauo Alr-l ) kt > * od UUto
I Platform Coupler and HuBoi : and ( or
SPEED , 8AFG3V AND COUlfOKT
U nniurpaued. PuUman I'alato aln ing Cat
run through WITHOUT CHANQ K Ixilwicn Ian
miOltyand at. 1'aol , rla Council lilufl * aoJ
Hloux Olty. i
Trains leave Union I'oclfla Trsinnlitr at Com.-
dl Ulufl . at 7:36 y. . m. lUlly on arrival otJUoou
City , Bt Joseph and Council Blufl trtip Irou )
the Bouth. Arriving at Bloux Clt > liM ; p. m. ,
and at the N w Onion Depot a 8t. PaurntlSJJ
( KM U00HA IN A.DVANCK OK AliY'OTIUU '
BOUTE . v
rlUmomtor In taking the BlouiClty Boot *
you get a Through Train. The StjcUiut Una , t
the QulckwiTlmo and a Comfortable Ulde In lb
Tbrouk'U Oua bbtwuou ' ' , ' '
COUKC1L BLUKK3 AND 81 * ! PAV . i
KSTBeathat your Tlckttd mad > U tlie'"ijloax.-
Olty and Paclflo Kallroad -
J.B. WATTLES , J , U. HUOHANAN
Huutrlutondent. Ow 'il'u.
P. K. KOB1NSOK , Aw't Ota'l r'aiJ. . . .
Mituwrl V'Uluy ' ,
W. E. DAYIB , BoutUv-wUTiiA out
Oauni I IUu3
EUROPEAN HOTEL , *
Coruer Fourth and l.ocvii
C V. X.OT3X8 ,
J.U.HUHST , M - Jfiop
Roonts , 75o , 91 , iud ? l,50 Pof Day
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