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THE DAILY BEE TUESDAY , JUNE 13 1882.
O. O , OOOEC Ac OO.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
City Market , Council Blnfft Iowa ,
WI10I.ESAI.E FLO OK HOUSE ,
Gtceral AffonU for the OUbrtted Mill * at II. D. HufhACo. . Golden Eagle Floor , Lenrenwoitb ,
Kan , nd Queen Bee Jltl'd. Sioux Falli , Dakota ,
Fet Tfticc , Pmlth & Ctl t-mlen , Council Pluft , la.
WHOLESALK AND RKTAIL
STATIONERY AND PRINTER'S GOODS ,
COUNCIL BLUFF3 , IOWA.
TITLE ABSTRACT 0 F FICE.
JT. 'W. < s Q TCT 3C 3Et DEI JSa O O.
Lands and Lots Bought and Sold.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW HATES.
NOTABIIKJ PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS.
COUNCIL BLUFFS - IOWA.
15 North Main Street.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN SHOE FINDINGS.
Ready-fitted uppers , In calf skin and kip. Oak and Hemlock SOLE LKATHKR , and al
oods appertaining to the shoe tr de On d < sold ai cheap as In the KM * . _
MSPERIS' ' BE ! ULLIKRY STORE
FOR STYLISH SPRING MILLINERY. PATTERN BONNETS AND
CHILDREN'S HATS A SPECIALTY.
105 South Main Street. Council Bluff * la
That noTcrriqulrc crlmpln ; . at Jin. J. J dood'a Hair Store ntprccanotcr bclcro touched by
any other bnlr dealer. Also a full line ol switches , etc. , at greatly reduced prices. Al ogold ,
ell > or and colored nets Waves made from IvJIcs * own h lr. Do not ( all to call l > ooro puiihialng
ettxmhcro. All good * warranted u represented. Mt8. J. J OOUD ,
29 Main street , Council Ulufls , Iowa.
MASCJi WISE ,
L17EM , 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. , NEAE BROADWAY.
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IA.
REMOVED without the
CABCfflS drawing of blood or use of
knlle. Curca lunpr dtacaaeu ,
Flta , Scrofula , Liver Com-
AND OT IKK
! ' " ' "t , Dropsy , Ithcuma-
r * mt mm rMM
T U M (1 ( R S tlsmFoter and Mcrcur-
I W III U II W
lai 80re8 > Ery licla | , halt
Khoum , Scald Uoul , Cita rh , vretk , InlUincd
and granulated Ej os , crnfulous Ulcurv and Female -
male Dll aao of all kinds. Alto Kldnoy and
Tenerlal disoasM. llouiorrholds or Files cured
A11 dUcasoi treated upon theptlnclploof veget
able reform , without the luo of mercurial pois
ons or the knife.
Electro Vapor or -dlcnted Baths , furnished
oicwho desire them.
HornU or Rupture radically cured by the use
the Elaatlc bolt Truis and I'laator , which has
superior In the world.
C * '
CALL OS OB ADDRESS
Drs , E , Eice anfl P , D , Miller ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , la.
and Sale Stables ,
18 North First Street ,
IkmquotB old stand. Council B'uffrf , Iowa.
_ WIM.AUD HMITM. Prop.
. . ,
Practitioner of Hameopathy , consulting
Physician and Surgeon ,
Office and residence 616 Willow avenue , Coun-
cll Blnffa , Iowa. _
W. E. SINTON ,
14 Pearl Street , Oeunoil Bluffs ,
Extractlngand filling a epedalty. FIrat-dass
work guaranteed ,
DR. A. P. HANCHETT ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office , No. 14 Pearl Street Houit , 9 a. m. to
12. , and 2 p. ra. , to 5 p , m. Residence , 120
Bancroft Btrcct. Telephonic connection with
Central olllco. _
DR. AMELIA BURROUGHS ,
Ho. 617 First Avenue
Ilour8froralOtolla.ro. , and 2 to 5 p. m.
J A. ROSS , Proprietor.
Corner Broadway and Fourth Streets.
Goal Accommodation ? , good faro and courteous -
teous trciimcut , _
S. E. MAXON ,
3Et O OBC I OCT. S3 O3 ? .
Office oter exiling binl ,
COUNCIL , BLUFFS , - - Iowa.
W. C. James , In connection with tils law and
collection business buys and sells real cbtate.
Persons wishing to buy or eell city property call
at bis office , over Buibnell'i book store , Pearl
" " "
"EDWIN J. ABBOTT.
Justice of the Peace and
416 Broad way , Council Bluffs.
Daedi and mortgaget drawn and acknowledged
WATER WAVES ,
In Stock and Manufactur
ed to Order ,
Waves Made From Your Own Hair.
TOILET ARTICLES ,
All Goods Warranted as
Represented , and JPricei
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
337 W. Broadway ,
Council Bluffs ; - - - Iowa.
IRS , E , J , HABDING , M , D , .
Graduate of Elcctropathlc Institution , Phila
delphia , Penna.
Office Our , Broadway & Gloun Avo.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
The treatment of all diseases and pnlntul ; dlf-
flcultlea peculiar to ( oirglo3 a specl lty.
T he Star Bakery ,
HOWARD & ROBIE ,
227 MAIN ST ,
Empley the best Bread Baker In the West ; also
a choice hind for Cakes and Pies.
Bread delivered to all parta of the city.
FRESH FISH !
Game and Poultry ,
Can always be found a B. DANEHY' ? ,
136 Upper Broadway.
Justice of the Peace ,
Council Bluffs , - - Iowa.
W. B"MAYES ,
Loans andEealEstate ,
Pioprletor of alietracta of Pottauattamlo
county , Olllco corner of Uroadwjy and Main
airectt , Cmncll liluffa , Io g .
JOHN STEINER , M , D , ,
( DouUchcr Arzt. )
ROOM C , EVERETT'S BLOCK ,
Dl ca a ot women and children a epoclalty.
P"J , HONTUOMERY , M , D , ,
FllEB DlSl'KNHAIlY EVK11Y SATUJIDAY.
Office Iti Everett's block , Pearl trcct. Reel )
deuce C2S Kourth street. Olllco hours from 0 to
2 a. m.,2 to 4 aud 7 to 8 p m. , Council I luffs
F. G. ULARK ,
Pearl street , opposite the poatofBco , One of
the oldest practitioners in Council Illuffd. Satis
Mactlon guaranteed In all cases
DE. F. P. BELLINGER ,
EYE AND EAR SURGEON ,
WITH DB. CIIARLK8 DEETKEN.
Office over dm c "tore , tit Broadway , Council
BlutTi , Iowa. Al dUea < c < of the 010 and car
trcitud under the most apjiroi id uiithod , and all
tuns guaranteed ,
JOHN LINDT ,
ATTORN EV-'AT-l AW.
Will practice In all Elite and United BtatM
Courts. Spetii German Uogtuge.
GREAT IS GRISWOLD ;
A Town of Two Tear's Qrowtl
in a Core field.
With Bnslnot * Interoit * Kot Snr <
pamctl by Mnnr nn
Corrdtpondeneo ot The Bee.
GniswotD , Ia. , Juno C , 1882. Twi
years ago last fall , when the
Ked Oak Branch of the 0. U. & Q.
was established in Casa county , Mr.
0. 0 , Perkins , president of the road ,
and F. II , Whitney , of Atlantic , pur
chased noirly a quirter section of land
for a town nito and laid out the town
of Griswold , in the southwest cornet
of GIBS coun'y , sixteen miles from
Atlantic , by the Hock Island branch ,
and eighteen from lied Oak by the
1 'Q ' ' sl b. The valley of the Nishna ,
hero , is perhaps two or three miles
wide , and the bluff * low and almost
unnoticeable , all being capable of easy
cultivation. Iti the contra of thia
valley , so level and bmuliful , hko the
great plains of the Jordan , and ns rich
as Egypt , a town was platted , and the
stakes driven in a cornfield , during
the month of November. Business
men began to flock in and "atako their
claims , " and during the winter season
oven , building was going on and vari
ous kinds of business being estab
of the place can bo estimated by a
statement of the building and spine
items of business. Two line churches
Methodist and Baptist have boon
built and supplied with good bolls ; a
largo two story $10,000 "brick school
housu with the modern furniture , hot
air furnaces , and a good corps of
teachers , a steam elevator of the larg
est size along this line , several good
hotels , bank , planing mill and furni
ture factory ; u largo number of largo
trading houses , tlirco or four livery
stabler ; lumber yards , grain houses ,
implement houses , drug stores , print
ing house , and a largo list of resi
dences , many of which are of good
quality and really elegant. During
the five months since the beginning
of this year , no lees- than fifty now
dwellings have been built , and a long
list are expected this summer , besides
the business housoscreamory , now ele
vator , etc. Probably § 10,000 have
been expended in sidewalks , which are
twelve feet wide in the business part
of the town. The city has just or
ganized a lire department and pur
chased the "Old llescue" engines and
outfit , from the city of Council Bluffs ,
and they are putting in wells and
tanks on every block in the business
portion of the city , although the boys
who "run with the machine" don't ex
pect to attend the firemen's tourna
ment Among the early institutions
located hero was the
BANK OF QRISWOLD ,
which became an established fact in
October , 1880 , with J. H. Whitney ,
president , and T. H. Brown , cashier.
It is located in the western central
part of the business portion of the
town , in a largo two story building and
furnished with all the conveniences
for doing a complete banking business
and handling securities with safety ,
and its loan and collection department
is no small item.
MB. T11EO. II. BROWN ,
the cashier , who was formerly a resi
dent of McGregor , Iowa , is the prac
tical manager of this institution and
agent for the town lot company. Aa a
careful , prudent business man , Mr.
Brown ia a model , and IB , withall , a
cultivated gentleman well fitted for
the position ; and is honored and re
spected by the largo circle of businessmen
mon with whom ho associate ? .
is the property of Mr. T. H. "Whitney ,
although leased and controlled by E.
W. Stevens , a heavy grain dealer of
Red Oak. Mr. A. J. Boll , who per
sonally attends to the business here ,
is now the oldest grain dealer in Gris
weld , bo having boon in the grain
trade here since the town was planted
J. A. TOTTOK
is another of the pioneer grain dealers
who is handling a largo amount of
grain and eoods. The firm was for
merly Totton & Mason , and thoy' put
in the first scales and opaned the -first
grain trade in Griawola , ' lining ; like
soldiers on the "twitedfiold , " cooking
for thomsolvoc and Bleeping on the
soft side of A board.
3 , M. COAT8 ,
a native of Pattsburg , Pa. , is the con
trolling spirit in another largo grain
and stock firm , which although a
Branch of the 0 , E. Myers & Co. , of
Lewis , is doing a largo business , and
expects to build an elevator this sea
son. Some idea of the amount of
juainesa transacted here by these
dealers may bo of interest. The four
inns have taken in an high as 14,000
juihols of corn in ono day , nnd Mr ,
Dell relates that ho has received 2,000
or 3,000 bushels u day on u great
many days. The firm of
UIIOUKWAY & JOHNSON ,
ivo stook dealers , are credited with
shipping three full train loads of stock
n a ainglo day , and drawing $ -10,000
: rom the bank here to pay for the
otock that day.
THK KJIT 11HOS.
are the largest lumber doalora at this
: > lucu , where the two nra usually
"ound , while the third is managing
another yard and hardware and im-
[ iloinont house at Elliot , six miles
south. The Kipn Bros , are Chicago
men , of largo ideas and cultivated
( iiannors , and have t > pont their whole
lives in the lumber biuineas , and it is
such candid , thoughtful , straightfor
ward mon who give credit to the busi
ness interests of a town and deter
mine its future greatness.
Another of the great enterprises of
the place IB the general merchandise
liouuo or "universal storo" of
WILLIAM COIUIIT ,
which was located hero when there
was but ono other general atorb here ,
in March , 1880 , The dry goods de
partment of this establishment fronts
on Main street , and is really a largo
store , full of goods , while the grocery
and crockery departments are each by
themselves , In adjoining rooms , front
ing on another street , and are each
complete stores. This great trip !
fending house ia owned and personal ! ;
managed by Mr. Corbie , who , n
might bo expected , has built up i
largo trade , wh'lo his correct businos
habits , enterprise end good citizen
ship have mndo both himself and hi
business n credit to the place aud th <
pride of the burgers. Wo jutlgo hii
Mock to bo not leas than $15,000 t <
$20,000 , and each department wai
JOHN V. OROMLP.T
is another of THE BKR readers. Mr.
0. is a young man who cntno here from
Atlantic a year since , and opened a
drug stor , . ' , and although there in an
other store larger , ho hns an onvi blc
reputation as a citizen , and keeps n
full stock , The furniture business it
in some respects in advance of many
DAVIS it 00.
have a nales room at the west end ol
Main street , and during the past sea-
on they have began to manufacture
many articles of furniture in tht-ir
fa.tory which wan built in the early
dttj a tf the young city , for a planing
mill , and as sucli still docs a largo
buihiPBs ; and their erc.it buildings ,
and machinery indicate th.it they are ,
day by day , building up on industry
here that la an important factor in the
town , and will return a good dividend
to the proprietors. Nearly opposite ,
on the other side of Main street , ia
the furniture hous i of
n. OKOKTSCIIRL ,
which is full Irom coll. r to garret , Mr.
G. has opened this second furniture
establishment here during the last few
months , in a good two story building
and proposes to contest , in an honor
able way , for a portion of the trade.
Either of these stores can conipotu
with any city in this part of the sUto ,
and the proprietors , all hard working ,
onorgotio men , and have good loo.i-
lions in the newer and moro fashion
able part of town.
THE ADVOCATE ,
published bj D. H. Scott , is an eight
column folio , that greets its patrons
every Wednosaay , and is well patron-
iztd. This oilico excels in fine me
chanical work , and is recognized us a
good job office. Mr. Scott is also the
popular justice , so a libul suit against
that paper would bo useless in his
court , and if this , as an experiment ,
is a success , in protecting newspaper
men , it will become popular with the
THK WHITNEY HOUSE
has changed handc , and hereafter Mr.
E. Huymuker , of Luwi.-i , will bo recog
nized aa ' 'mine host. " lie is building
a now barn near the hotel , aud will
remove his livery hero from the
ex-county seat. The retiring pro
prietor , Mr. G. H. Bradbrook , is
a railroad man of many years' experi
ence , being for some tnno a conductor
on tbo Uock Island road , and ho will
no doubt go west to some of the
younger roads for now fields of labor ,
and it is to bo hoped and is confident
ly expected , that the Whitney house
will continue its good name aa the
best houjo on this lino.
Mr. P. B. LoFeber , for some time
the popi'lar and obligini ; agent at
Stanton on the "Q , " is managing the
railroad businos * hero , and with the
two roads has plenty to do.
Wo notice , also , 0. J- King , of
Corning , Iowa , an architect of repu
tation , who ia building the $50,000
court house at Atlantic , and quite a
number of buildings in different parts
of the state , and who is a builder of
large experience in Chicago , and Dr.
J. H. Haughawont , surgeon dentist
of Atlantic , . * quite recently from
Chicago , and who performed success
fully some difficult work in dental
surgerj' in Lewis lajt week , and to
which our attention was called at the
time. The doctor ia un export and
very succoe-sf ul operator in sold.
It would be interesting , possibly , to
notice the many general merchandise ,
jewelry and stores , and the largo hard
ware and implement house of C. W. &
J. L. Mitner , and many oth r impor
tant and worthy firms and businessmen
mon , but after returning thanks to
Mr. J. H. Booth , attorney at luw ,
tor assistance in securing a good list
of subscribers , I will mention that the
young city has a fine park , planted
with trees and situated just north of
the town , which will before many
years bo the pride of the citizens , and
add to the completeness of the sur
rounding. If wo think of the few
months only since this city of 700 was
a cornfield , and watch the steady
growth nd prosperity , its rise in real
est 'o , indicated by the $50 per aero
asked for a farm just north
of town , and another , a mile from the
city that is held at $100 per acre ; if
wo watch ita building , its enterprise ,
and mark the intelligence and public
spirit of the larger portion of the busi
ness men , we must adm't that the
"Great West" is fast developing into
great cities , which are the centers of
social and religious ties , around which
revolves the vhools of government ,
and in which the millions are daily becoming -
coming wealthy , as the national gar
den is cultivated. BUUKEYU.
"They are not n _ bovorayo , but a
medicine , with curative properties of
the highest degree , containing tjO poor
whisky or poisonous drugs , ll oy d0
not tear down an already dobilh/ited
system , but build it up ; Ono bouju
contains more hops , that is , more reo )
hop Btronfjtli , than a barrel of ordinary
beer. Every druggist in Rochester
sells them , and the physicians pro-
ecribo them.Evening [ Express on
The Pennyweight Gumo.
Philadelphia Prep * .
Two mon , attired in garments of the
description most approved of by "fast
young men about town , " entered the
jewelry store yesterday afternoon of
uufler & McCarty , conducted by
Herbert & Go , , on the corner of Second
end and Elfroth streets , above Arch ,
where they asked to bo shown gold-
linked watch chains. As they wore
examining the chains placed on the
counter the attendant noticed ono of
the mon substitute a chain for ono of
those displayed , Officers Thayei
and Vandovoro , of the Fourth district ,
were summoned , and the mon were
taken to the station houso. Ono oi
the prisoners gave the name of 11 ,
Reynolds , of Cleveland , Ohio , and the
other said his name was E , Mason , bul
ho refused to give his rcaidonco , A
bundle of fourteen plated chains ant
two diamond rings were found on Reynolds
nolds , beside the genuine gold chan
stolen from Herbert & Co. Mason hac
At Bryant's Spring ,
Oor , Broadway and Union Sts ,
Thin , Mcillcitcil , V per , Kloc'rlc. I'lung * .
ftauch , Shower , Hot ml CoM lla hi Conn
lietont < ale and limtlft . urci and at oml nl
ilnajn on hand , and ha beiiolra e and atUm-
.Ion g\\en \ iutrjn . Hpei'ial Ktt iittnntrlten to
bluing ; children. Intcfit'gatlin aud i tronaei
lollcltolDll. . A. II STUDLKV & Co. ,
100 I p , > or Hroadwny.
Pr , StticVoy ! Tnatmcnt of chronlj dlvcanm
madfa p cl 'ty. ' _
Ono ot the belt i cond-cluj Hotels m Ui *
Went la ( ho
A. K I1U4WN , rroprl.tor.
S'os. t > 34 and 638 Brotdoaj , ounclt Illufls , Iowa.
Tallin tuppllcd with lh tmt the market ale -
o ri < . 0 oil rooms and flrit-claM beds. Ternu
\fty re onablo.
UNION AVENUE HOTEL ,
817 Lower Broadway ,
Mrs. C. Gerspacher & Son ,
FIBST CLA--S norm. AT
I'lUl'K * . TIUN'8IK > TS ACCOM UODATKD.
IIOTIttj FO < 4 BALK. C100D KhASONS FOlt
N , Anderton , - - Proprietor ,
731 Loner HrraJuny.
Table nupp''od ' with Iho ticnt the market af-
enl * . icruii 13.60 and ( I 00 | > crcek , Transient
If Yon With a Lunch Go to
LOUIE DUQUETTE ,
Soups , Meat" , nnd Kntnlilcs always on
linn I. Five Cent * per cull. _
STARR & BUNCH ,
HOUSE , SIGN ,
PAPEU HANGING ,
KALSOMINING AND BRAINING ,
3hop Corner Uroailwny and Scott St
HUGHES & TOWSLEE ,
Confectionery , FruitsNuts
Digars and Tub a ceo. Fresh
Oysters and Ice Cream in
12 MAIN ST. ,
MRS. J. P. BILLUP8 ,
B.ESTAUHANT& . EATING HOUSE ,
813 Siuth Main Street , Council IJiilfj.
New house and newly Ottcd up In first claea
style Meals at all hours Ic crtam and lemo
nade e\ cry evvilng. Fruits a d confectioneries'
J. G. TIPTONT
Attorney & Counsellor ,
Office o\er First N'atlcnal limit , Conn II IllufTrt
Iowa. Will practice In the fctntu and federal
723 W. Broadway.
LARSON & ANDERSON ,
Thlilaurvliy his Just been opened for busl'
no x , and H o are now pripareil to do laundry
work of all kinds and gu trantcu satisfaction A
prcltHy iiia'Jo of flue work , Hucli as collars ,
uIafluo ( ihlrtB , itc Wo want evoiyboJy to
LAIISON .fc ANDERSON.
-wolvp bogus chains and a gold watch
> his poaseesion. It ia supposed
; hat the moil are Now Yorkers
And ara old oflbndorn. Ono of
hem was given a hearing some
irao ago at the Central Police station ,
accused of a similar offense , but the
charge was not proven , and the man
vas released from custody. After
heir arrest yesterday , a clerk was sent
or from Bully , Banks & Biddlo , under
ho supposition that the prisoners might
> o the mon who about a year ago sub-
titutod a bogus diamond ring for ono
hat was worth 'JOO , which they were
examining in the fitoro ; but the clerk
could not identify cithur of the pris
oners as being concerned in that opur.
In police parlance tlio manner in
vliich the prisoners work ia known as
ho "pennyweight gumo. " They
arry a quantity of bogus jewelry with
hoin 'when they enter n store for the
ostensible purposu of making iv pur-
iliusu. Holding a handkerchief in ono
mnd. underneath which ia concealed
i bogus article similar in design to the
no they are examining , tlmy deftly
ubstitnto the bogus article for the
; < imiiiiu ono , which is gathered up by
ho unsuspecting storekeeper with the
'ost ' pi his wares. The prisoners will
| u given a hearing to-day at the Dent -
t > U Station.
\YIien \ your frfetil or neighbor Ia labor-
rifViimlcr I odlly Kil ction , in li BHtion.
LIUbusDPS ] , cunitlnatliiti , caused by mim-
rityUjf blood , or dlsorcleu of tbo kidneyi )
or li\er \ , don't fall to rccornmond ] 5urdoftk
[ Jlood , Dlttoru , a sure and m ( remedy.
I'rlcef 1.00. jia , iiwr'
lie Gentle Way Is Beit. In ilyjpcpsla , lUcr
couplalnt and coiutipatton the diseased organs
ar' ' senslthoand tomkr. lie n t use tnem
idnhly. An sllciatho like TAUKANT'M BILTZKU
A'KHIEKT. that tonui. ( orrects and purities the
CkUm without unduly exciting or Irritating
ither the utotnacb , the liver , or the bowelU
he true specific In bucb caies. Ileason teacbea
his , andexperknce conflru-s It.
BOLD BY ALL DKUdaiSTS.
DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN HOTELS
ARUNQTON. J. O. MelNTIRE , Lincoln , Neb ,
8ARATOQA HOTEL , J. 8. 8TELLINIUQ , Mllford , N b. |
MARSH HOUSE , E.MAN8 , BROWNSVILLE ftttt
COMMERCIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAN , Btromiburg N
HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL Loulivllla
CITY HOTEL , CHENEY A OLARK , Blair , Nob.
COMMERCIAL HOTE. , J. Q. MEAD , Malign , Neb.
GRAND CENTRAL C. SEYMOUR , Nabratka City , N b
MISSOURI PAOIFIO HOTEL , P. L. THORP , Weeping Wnter.fU
COMMERCIAL HOUSE A. O. OAARPER , Hrdy , Neb ,
GREENWOOD HOUSE , W. MAYFIELD , Greenwood , Neb )
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , E. STOREY. Olarlnd * , Iowa
ENO'S HOTEL , E. L. ENO , Eremont , Nebl
EXCHANGE HOTEL , O. B. HXOKNEY , Alhland , Neb
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , FRANK LOVELL , Atklnion , Neo.
MORQAN HOUSE , E. L. GRUUD , Guide Recd , Neb.
SUMMIT HOUSE , 8WAN & DECKER , Oretton , li.
HOUSTON HOUSE , QEO. OALPH , Exlra , la , ,
REYNOLDS HOUSE , O. M. REYNOLDS , Atlantic , la ,
WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKER , Aunubon , I * .
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , 8. OURQE88 , Nbola , l .
CITY HOTEL , 01 A. WILLIAMS , Harlan , la ,
PARK HOUSE , MRS. M , E. OUMMING8 , Oornlng , la.
NEBRASKA HOTEL , J.'U ' AVERY , Btnnton ,
MERCHANTS HOTEL J. W. DOULWARE , Burlington Junction. M )
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , Blancturd , la.
PARKS HOTEL , F. M. PARK , Ghenandoah , la ,
COMMERO AL HOTEL , HENRY WILLS , Dayld City , Neb
tUGNELL HOUSE , OHA8. BAQNELL , Co I legs Spring * , la.
SOMMEROIAL HOUSE , WM. LUTTON , Vlllltca , la.
JUDKIN8 HOUSE , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvern , la ,
DALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , Ida Grove , la
COMMERCIAL HOUSE B , F. 8TEARN8 , Odebolt , la
WOODS HOUSE , JOHN EOKERT , Ctceola , Neb.
DOUOLAB HOUSE , J. 8. DUNHAM , Clarke , Neb.
BtDFORD HOUSE J. T. QBEEN , Bedford la.
ARLINGTON HOUSE , J. M. BLACK & ' BOM , MarjtvllleMo
NORFOLK JUNCTION HOUSE A. T. POTTER , Norfolk Junction Neb
WINS.OW HOUSE Q MCCARTY , Seward Neb.
AURORA HOU8 M. B. JONES , Auronr.Neo.
CROZIER HOUSE O. R. OR07-ER , Sidney , No a.
AVOOA EATINQ HOUSE D. W. ROOKHOLD , Avoca la.
CENTRAL HOUSE LOCKWOOD & 8HATTUOK , Red Oak
FOSTER HOUSE C pt. JOHN FOSTER , Lewi. la.
WHITNEY HO I8E , E. H'AYMAKER. GrUwoid \ \ .
THE JELM MOUNTAIN
Mining and Milling Company.
.Vorklng Capital1 - $300,000.
OuplUl H'.ock , 81,000,000
l' r Value ol Sharon , 25,009.
STOCK FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
Mines Located in BRAMBL MINING DISTRICT.
DR. J. I. THOMAS , 1'roildent , Cuwmlns , Wjomlng.
WM K. T1LTOH , Vlco-Preglden * . Cummlnj , Wyoming
K. N. HAUWOOD , Scciotaiy , Cummins , Wyoming.
A , Q. LUNN , Treasurer , Curamlns , Wyomla
! > r. J. I. Tbomu. Loul Miller W. B. DramoL A. 0 Dunn.
S. N. lUrwood. Kranch Lcnvons. Qoo. H. Falos. Lewli Zolman.
Dr. J. a Watklni.
OFD W , KPNPATjTj. Anthor'ind gcnt for Rale of Htoch' H - < " o
Of Griswold , Iowa ,
[ On the Red Oak and Atlantic Branch Railroads , ]
Thoo. H. Brown * Cashier ot Bank
0. Black & Co -Clothing
Throlold & Yudtaoy . .Clothing
Win. Oorbit G on oral Merchandise
Stafford & Hawks General Morchandiao
L. O. Ilatton General Morchandiao
J. M. Keihl , General Mgrohaudiao
Chapman & i'ornyth Grocery
Bowman & Younj ; Grocery
Wherry & Perkina Grocery
John Kerns Bakery and Restaurant
Chaa. Fonnur Restaurant
John Piper Drugs and Postoffico
Goo. F. Scar Drugs
J. F , Croinloy Drugs
D. W. & J. L. Milnor Hardware and Implements
M. J. Olovis & Oo Hardware and Implements
tlonens & Maxwell Hardware and Implements
Lee , Elliott it Co Harness
J. D. Nolflon Harness
J. A. Totton . .Grain
J. H. Stanton Grain
B. P. Lewis & Oo . ' Grain
W. S. McOleaa Grain
B. W. Stevens Steam Elevator
ECipp Bros Lumber
Soutlmll , Parry & Oo Lumber
H. GrootBchcl Furniture
Davis A ; Co Furniture and Planing Mill
3oo. H. Adams Photograph Gallery
T. E. Luccock Jewelry
M. H. Andrus Jewelry
Vlra. 8. A. Ingorsoll Millinery Store
Vliss A. U. Gorman Millinery Store
Jhas. Winner Barber Shop
Jzra Littler , Barber Shop
3eo. Tinam ' . Meat Market
3oo. Holbcck. Moat Market
Powell & Sealer Blacksmith and Wagon Shop
rVtn. Mungor Blacksmith and Wagon Shop
I. T. Wade Blacksmith and Wagon Shop
J. II. Fuller Livery
[ osonil Pieraon , Livery
Too Mackroll , Livery
i ) . Haymaker. , . .Whitney House
Jlaus Jlitz , Iowa House
Stuolo Merchant Tailor
J. II. Booth Law
W. F. Rtghtmiro Law
lumiiton Wilcox Loan Broker
T. J ) , Martin Physician
Dodge & Woodruff Physicians
f A. Bryant Physician
F. L Mooru Physician
D. H , Scott Printer and Justice
A , W. Piornon , Boots and Shoos
iVhooloi tt Graham Flour Exchange
i.oolcwny & Johnson , Live Stock
. * . M. Crawford Live Stock
1. M Coats Foreman Fire Company
W. W. AIbuo Marshal
To Nervous Sufferers
THE QREAT EUROPEAN REMEDY.
Dr , J. B. Simpaon'fl Speciflo
II la a | x | tlvecure for ttpermatoirhca , Btmlnit
WMkecus. linpotancy , and all dlsuusa resulting
from Sill-Abuse , fc4 Mental Anxiety , Local
tUmory , Fains In the Back or Bide. auJ diseases
" nifi/ITS. /nim" tk * ' I11 t °
with woudei <
loiu lieu to all. Write ibtr vuem tad get lull pai <
Price , BptclBo , tt.OO per package , or ill pack ,
ages lor 16.00 , Addroaa all orden to .
B. S1VISON MEDICINE CO.
Not. 104 and 108 Main St. Buffalo , N , T.
BoM In Omaha by 0.1. Goodman , J. W. Bell ,
J.K. Ish , and all drugglitaeiory where.
i I * dkw
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
The Most Successful Remedy ever dlscor >
ered , as It Iscortalu In Itseffucta and does not
blister , IIBAD PltOOF 1IELUW. Also excellent
for human flesh.
FROM A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN.
Waablngtcnvllle , Ohio , June 17. 1881. Ua.
B. J. KBNDALL , & Co. : Ucuts Itcaillnt ; jourad.
vertUement In Turf , Field and Farm , ot your
Kcnd-iU'u bpiUa Cure , a d having a valuable
and sroedy hotio which had been laino from
( pavln for eighteen month * , I sent loj ou for a
bottle by express , which 11 six weeks removed
all lambuei * and enlargement and a largo tpl'nt '
from another horse , aud both horses are to-day
unbound as cotU. The ono bottle waa worth to
me one hundred dollars. UespeoUully
\0'.r , II. A. C. BKUKTT , U. D.
Send for Illustraiol circular jtlvlng poaltlvo
proof , i'rlcojl. AH Druudsts bavo it or can
get It for you. Dr. B. J , Kendall tt Co ; , Pro
prietors , Enoaburgu Fall , Vt.
tiOLt ) BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Blank membership role * ( or the anti-monpoly
league , contalulnK tUteoiunt of principle met
hod * of prooudure and Instructions how to organ-
Ue. will be seat pa application to Q. U. U l .
Uclroy.Meb. KadotviUmp. mlS-U
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