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THE DAILY BEE WEDNESDAY , JTO 28 1882
d. O , GOOXC Ac GO.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
City Mutket , Council Bluffi , low * .
"WHOLESALE FLOUR HOUBE ,
General Agents lot the Celebrated Mills ol H. P. Hush A Co. . Ool.len Eagle Flour , L Tenwwth ,
. . . K'.8" ' ' ! Queen Hec Mills. Sloui F lls , to
Reference , Smith fc Cilttnulon. Council tllnfla. la. '
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
STATIONERY AND PRINTER'S GOODS ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
TITLE ABSTRACT 0 F FICE.
jr. ir. yi , CR XT x 3R , aa AC G o.
Lauds and Lots Bought aud Sold.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW HATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS.
COUNCIL BLUFFS . IOWA.
15 North Main Street.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN SHOE FINDINGS.
Hcady-flttcd uppers , In calf skin and kin. Oak and Hemlock COLE LKATHKU , and ti\
oo J a appertaining to the shoo trvle. Oor da gold m cheap mln thoKmt. _
RIS' ' m MILLINERY STORE
FOR STYLISH SPUING MILLINERY. PATTERN BONNETS AND
CHILDREN'S HATS A SPECIALTY.
105 South Main Street. Council Bluffs la.
That never require crimping , at lira. J. J. Good's Hair Store , at prices never bcfero touched by
ny other hsilr dealer. Abe a full line of switches , etc. , at f.really reduced prices. AttOKOUl ,
silver and colored nets.Vatcs made from ladles' owu hair. Do not tall to eall before purchasing
elsewhere. All goodn warrantcd oa represented. JluS. J. J. GOOD ,
29 Main street , Council llluffs , low .
BATHIM HOUSE !
At Bryant's Spring ,
Cor , Broadway and Union Sts.
Plain , Medicated , Vapor , Electric , 1'lungc ,
Douch , Shoncr , Hot and Cold Baths. Com
petent nialo and female Lurrcs and attendants
always on hand , and the best of rate and atten
tion Riven patrons. Special attention el\cii to
bathing children. Investigation aud patronage
solicited DR. A. H STUDLEY & Co. ,
100 Upper Broadway.
Dr. Studley : Treatment of chronic diseases
made a specialty.
REMOVED without the
GAMERS lira wine of blood or use of
knife. Cures lunp diseases ,
rvrmi.M ? Fits , Scrofula , Lh cr Com-
J TA l' ' lnt , Dropsy , Khcuma-
T II M ( I R S ttsin , Favor and llcrcur-
I U III U n
ixl ! sores > Erysipelas , Salt
Rheum , Scald Head , Catarrh , weak , Inllanicd
and granulated Eyes , Scrofulous Ulcera and Fo-
yfiiale Disease ) ot all kinds. Also Kidney and
Venerial diseases. Hemorrhoids or Piles cured
All diseases treated upon the principle of veget
able reform , without the uw of mercurial pois
ons or the knife.
Electro Vapor or Medicated Baths , furnished
I cwho desire them.
Hernia or Rupture radically cured by the use
the Elastic belt Truss and Plaster , which has
superior In the world.
CALL ON OR ADDRESS
< Drs , B , Bice and F , G , Miller ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , Ia.
Feed and Sale Skies ,
18 North First Street ,
Bouquet's old stand. Council Bluffs , low * .
WILLARD SMITH. Prop.
. . ,
Practitioner of Himeopathy , consulting
Physician and Surge on ,
> Office and residence 016 Willow avenue , Coun-
jl cllUluffs , Iowa.
j W. E. SINTON ,
14 Pearl Street , Council Bluffs.
\ Extracting and Oiling a spochlty. First-class
} work guaranteed ,
I ) .
DR. A. P. HANCHETT ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office , No. 14 Pearl Street. Iloim , 0 a. m. to
12. , aud 2 p. m. , to 6 p , m. Residence , 120
, Bancroft meet. Telephonic connection with
> V7entral olflce ,
DR , AMELIA BURROUGHS ,
No. 617 First Avenue
Hours from 10 to 11 a. m. , and 2 to 6 p. m ,
J , A. ROSS , Proprietor.
Corner Broadway and Fourth Streets ,
Good accommodation * , good faro and cour
Office over savings bank ,
SOUNOIti BLUFFS , . . . Iowa.
W. C. JamcB , In connection with his law and
collection business buys and Belli real estate.
Persona wishing to buy cr sell city property call
at big office , over Buahncll'g book ctore , Pearl
EDWIN J , ABBOTT ,
Justice of the Peace and
Notary Public ,
4l6Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
Pecii and mortgage * drawn > ufl ackoowl I i
WATER WAVES ,
In Stock and Manufactur
ed to Order.
Wares Made From Your Own Hair.
TOILET ARTICLES ,
All Goods Warranted as
Represented , and Prices
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
337 W. Broadway ,
Council Bluffs Iowa.
; - - - .
MRS , E , J , HARDING , M , D , .
Graduate of Electropathlc Institution , Phila
delphia , Peon * .
Office Oor , Broadway & Glenn Aye.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
The treatment of all disease ! and p lnful 'dl-
flcultlM peculiar to fcroilea a ipecUliy.
The Star Bakery ,
HOWARD & ROBIE ,
227 MAIN ST ,
Employ the best Bread Baker In th West ; also
a choice hand for Cakes and Fles.
Broad delivered to all part * of the city.
FRESH FISH !
Game and Poultry ,
Can alwayB he found a B. DANEHY'8 ,
138 Upper Broadway.
Justice of tie Peace ,
014 BROADWAY ,
Ooupoil Bluffs. - - Iowa.
W. B , MAYES ,
Loans andRealEstate ,
Proprietor of abstracts of Pottauattamte
count j , Otlke corner of ilroidway and Main
slteuU , Cuuicll lilulTa , loua ,
JOHN STEINER , M. D , ,
( Dcutechcr Arzt. )
ROOM 5 , EVERETT'S ' ULOOK ,
Diseases of women and children a spaslalty.
P , J , MONTGOMERY , M , D , ,
FllEB DlSPENSAllY EVKBV SATUllUAV.
Ofllco In F\cfett'j block , Pearl trect , Ilosi ;
donee t'.S Fourth ttrcct , onico hours fiora 0 to
2 x m. , 2 to 1 and 7 to 8 p. ru , Council t luffi
Pearl street , opposite the pojtotUce , One ol
the oldest practitioners In Council Bluff * .
Ufaetlon guaranteed In all
DE , F , P , BELLINGER ,
EYE AND EAR SURGEON ,
WITH UK. CHARLES UEETKEN.
Olflco 01 rdru ? store , 1 Croadnay. Coun-II
Illullj , Io u. Al dlica c4 of thu cvo and car
t/nt. 4 utiJ , r theme t approved mithod , wid all
JOHN LINOT ,
Wi" 1"M1I C In " Btile and Utlttd States
Courtu. SjKAki German Lan u fc ,
FAU OFF MONTANA.
Iho Sucpeorcla or the Rocky Moun-
ttvlns Lifo In that Ulgli Region -Do
tunnel for Women , nil of Whom Be
come Pretty m tUo Mountnms-Tus
Plnco to Renew tuo Rnco.
Cotrcipondcnco of thaSt. Louis licjmlilloin.
OX THE LlITl.K UtACKKOOT UlVKll ,
Montana , Juno 10. This territory ia
becoming well known throughout the
eastern states na n good country fet
stock raising. Two railroads entering
it , ono the Northern Pncific , coming
from the north , the other the Utah A
Northern , a narrow-gauge , running
from Ogden to liuttc , nro using such
moans ns nro known to railroads to ad
vertise nnd exaggerate the advantages
hero , mineral nnd agricultural. An
immense ) tide of emigration has flowed
into this valley this spring , composed
of poor people , with their families ,
who find the country entirely different
from whnt they expected to find.
There nro moro tramps to-day in this
territory than in Missouri , IJutto is a
second Leiulvillo , except that the cli-
nmto nt Lundvillo Is much milder than
nt 13utto. Hundreds of Idlers n day
nro run out of Unite by the vigilnntcR.
SHEKl * RA1S1XC1.
The shcphord's ' lifo is "not n happy
ono , " but ho has the aasurnnco that
by sticking to business his income.
will doublf itself every year , Hu has
no tlmo to urito psalms nor sigh his
soul nwny nftor women , like David of
old , nor nro his circumstances pecu
liarly conducive to early piety or later
superstition. Ilia chief pleasure Is to
see his owes graze nnd his lambs suck
nnd to poison coyotes Ills house ia
built of pine logs nnd furnished in
bachelor style , nnd ho ia na free nnd
independent aa man can bo. At 8
o'clock ho gota his Winchester , n plug
of tobacco and a small lunch , nnd
starts out with two shepherd dogs.
The herd , numbering 4,500 , including
lambs , poke nlong ; the lambs , In ono
bunch , form the udvanco guard ; the
bucks nnd wethers graze together , and
occupy ono corner of the corral at
night ; nnd the owes nibble the grass
and bloat for nil that's out , so that n
herd nt n mile's distance sounds like
the roar of Niagara. Thus tlioy
march nlong slowly , thu dogs driving
in any detachment that threatens to
wander oil'nnd keeping the whole col
umn on the inarch until they have
gone four or five nnd sometimes ten
miles. Then the halt is called. The
shepherd finds n high point from
which ho looks down upon his sheep ;
the owes find their lamba , the bleating
ceases. This herd , when graz'ng , will
cover about n milo or two of
land. We. ait on the top of n
foot hill 2.0CO feet nbovo the
valley , the sun is shining bright
and hot ; the air , however , is cool.
We can look down on the Deer Ledge
river , see the town of Deer Ledge ,
while the houses look like so many
shining boards lying ll.it on the
ground. The oyo'a vision ia entirely
too limited for the country. A green
spot on the opposite table land , which
appears about the size of n square on
a checker board , is 100 acres ot land
in oats. The sheep are at the farthest
point , near two miles from ua. At
this distance a coyote can hardly bo
distinguished. So the shepherd gives
a loud yell. Those near us run up and
crowd around us. As the sound trav
els and catches the oar of each sheep ,
it raises its head and listens intently.
Another yell and the whole band hud
dles toward the centre , A bunch or
them farthest away have not hoard the
call , DO the shepherd calls , "Ike ! Here
Iko ! Way round them. " Iko starts
off at a ran , and after ho has gone
perhaps half a mile , he stops and looks
back. "W-a-y around ! " shouts the
shepherd with a wave of bis hand to
ward the aheop. Then Iko goea on.
Down yonder ho has a stream to cross.
Ho runs down to it , takes a drink , and
then lies down to rest and laro himself
in Its ice , cold waters. Ho is an old
dog. After ho had rested he appears
trotting up the opposite bank , stops ,
looks back at us as if to apologize for
his delay , and then trots on. Ho
charges furiously at the sheep , as if
to teach them a lesson , and then
drives them back to the hard.
The whole band must bo moved
every two hours , for a sheep may got
on its back and suffocate , and this is
the only way to discover such.
While Iko ia away wo send "Dick"
after a coyote which has made its np-
pearanco on a hill oil' to the left , and
is reconnoitring the situation. Dick
chases it to the top of the hill , and the
coyote chases him back. Wo wanted
to BOO a fight , but they did not coino
together. Then wo opened on Air.
Coyote witli two Winchester rifles and
at the first shots ho scampora oil' , but
before ho gets ever the hill n ball has
carried away his foreleg , which drags
the ground aa ho scrambles up the hill
on the other throo. At night when
ho has driven the sheep into the cor
ral the shepherd's labor is at an ond.
His supper is ready , cooked in bache
All the arable land nlong here for
milca ia taken up by ranchmen with
out families , You might travel its
entire length and not see a female ex
cept iii town. A woman hero has a
a fictitious value depending upon her
scarcity and tno average hazel opltt-
tor of the eastern states would hero
command an admiration nnd respect
which would bo nublino. Massachu
setts should send her surplus female
populaion to this territory , which has
room for them all ; or the sturdy Mon-
taniaiiB might make an onslaught upon
thoao damsels after the manner of the
Romans upon the Babinoa , and trust
that time would reconcile the modern
Sabinos to their now homes ,
find this country full of interest. No
better hunting or fishing can he found
anywhere. In the "parka" near the
timber line of Mt. Powell and the
IJlack Butte are found the elk , black
and whitetail deer , the mountain lion ,
the grizzly bear , mountain sheep , and
n species of goat which ia not found
elsewhere. In the waters of Powell's
laku , high up in the mountain , nro
found the trout and grayling , and
every aquatic food known in America ,
TJieso birds coino hero to hatch , and
are BO tame that ono can got easily
within shot-gun range of them. The
larger animals , especially the grizzlies ,
must bo attacked with rifles , and the
moat daring huntsman dooa not venture -
turo to attack it unless lie is up a tree ,
or mounted on a good horto and in tui
open country , His horse may become
ineano with fear. The moat effective
weapon ia the Winchester repeating
rifle leaded with explosive cartridges.
The range of this gun la about 2,000
yards , and it never snapa.
The beauty of the landscape ia hero
enhanced by distance. Flowers grow
in the groatoat luxuriance from the
table lands all the way up to the snow
lino. In the cool recesses of the drip
ping rocks , moss nnd lichen nnd fern
grow with their long loaves touching
the water. Higher up , "Lovous les
yo is vera lies snlulesnumtngnes , " a
cloud drapery lica in graceful folds
half-wny up , but nbovo it , ns if swing
ing the nir , rises n peak piercing the
sky , covered with snow nnd glaloniiiK
like nn immense jewel. Much ol the
scenery has been painted by Moran
nnd Uioratndt and other well-know n
American artists ,
the weather gets extremely cold. Tlu <
cattle have liair on them ns long ns
that on n bullbla ; horses nnd aheop nro
also warmly clad by nature. To en
dure the Bovoro osld , those , who an-
oxposid to it wear upon the feet n silk
stock Ing under n woollen ono , then a
fur-lined boot and over all an arctic
ovorahoe. The fool must not be pincli
cd but be free to exorcise nnd washed
every day. The body ia so overloaded
with clothea that exorcise is next to
The people nro perfect athlete ?
the men muscled like a Roman car
rier , the women stout , the girls rosy-
checked and red-lipped. I have not
seen n nallow or delicate person yet in
the territory. They nranll ouerge.ic ,
rapid talkers ; have nn abundance of
faith in themselves , n vigorous and
economical way of expressing their
thoughts. Their houses nro models of
neatness , comfoitable , nnd furnished
after the later requirements of luithot-
iciam. Tluso valleys can never bo
the seat of empire , but they will for-
evsr furnish to the world those line
specimens of manhood which , crossed
with the inferior breeds of the low
lands , improve the race nnd hasten
the advent of that good time n-coming
when health instead of disease , will
be contagious. N.
How often persons h\\o ; bo u nminycil
jy burrs cllngiiig to their dresser clothing ,
and how seldom have they , when donning
iliom , jivoi ; it n thought that Uurdock
Itcmt it ) the uiotl vnltmljlo , bUxul clennstr
mid purifier kr.mvn , and in sold by every
IniRglst under thuunmo of DunincK lllooil
Bitters. Trice , $1.00.
How Ho ICtsaecl Hor.
laramle Doom. rang.
Yesterday afternoon the few curious
spectators who were at the depot when
the emigrant train pulled in , were
surprised to ace nn old lady get oil1
with nn oilcloth gripsack nnd fall into
the arms of an old weather-beaten
forty-niner , who had boon in Cali
fornia , Montana , Colorado nnd New
Mexico for the past thirty years , with
varying fortunes in the mines. It
would bo too long n tale to toll , aa he
told ua , how ho had lost track of his
wife , and how , in the desperation of
poverty and his wild determination to
"makon stake and go homo , " the aw
ful truth settled down in his heart
that the wife of his youth wns dead.
A few weeks ago chance throw in his
way a paper from his old homo , ard
iu n little local notice of "houeo to
rent , " signed by his wife , ho learned
that she must bo living. Ho wrote
her , and yeatcrdny they met , and to
gether wont to Utah , whore the old
man has a ranch.
Thirty years In the happy lives of
husbands and wives Is a good while ,
but In the value of uncertainty , trav
eling through moro than a quarter of
a century of widowhood mid loneli
ness , it is an eternity.
The old man caught her trembling
ly to his breast and for a moment the
gray hairs were mingled and they
stood united on the railroad platform.
The omanclatod vallio fell from her
hands and was forgotten. The cruel
yean of uncertainty were forgotten ,
and those lovers , on whoso head re
lentless time had sot his mark , atood
in the glorious light of a love that can
never die. Again and again ho klssod
her with the mighty concussion of ; an
affection that had boon locked in his
lonely old heart for almost a lifetime
of shrinking hope and crushing disap
They tried to talk , but the endear
ing worda were drowned In a low gur
gle and the smacks of an old-fashioned
love , smacks that rent the eky and
cracked the glaas in the neighboring
Tears chased each other down the
wrinkled cheeks , yet through those
tears the never-dying sunlight of
perennial love was ahlning. Ho
could only hold her at arms' length
till he road the old , old story in her
eyes , nnd then ho would grasp her
with the zeal that had boon dormant
all'these years , and ho would press her
to his boaom till her venerable vorto-
bnu would crack like a pistol.
When the train pulled put , they
started on their happiest bridal tour ,
The old emigrant train waan't ' very
voluptious , The nir was close and the
odor ot the atoorago and bilge water ,
nnd polygamy had not boon blown out
of tlio clothing and the car by the
mountain zophyra yet , but as thutrain
pulled out the happy lovora , forgetful
of the cloao , hot air and hard nnd
tired seats of the low black emigrant
car , sat bathed in the nHcrnoon spring
Hunalilne , entering together , the glo
rious vista of n now honeymoon , thd
Indian Bummer of llfo'a ovcrclianging
> our. No heart was HO hard , no na
ture there so brutal na to speak light
ly of the good , old couple this null-
cjuatod grizzly old innn , who at the
close of the nineteenth century dared
to defy our modern aoci.il customs and
make a bridal tour , accompanied by
his own wife.
Horfiford'H A old I'linsjilmto
S , S. PARIvKH. Wellington , O. ,
yhi "While croeaing Lake Hrio , I
it to dome fellow-passengers who
were seasick , and it gave immediate
relief. " je21-dAw-lw
Beauty txnd FHtu Combined Form u
BtranKonncl Revolting Picture ,
N w York Etir.
Any romantic boy or g'rl with u
hankering after thu pleasures of iio-
hemianism as portrayed in the novels ,
would be cured of all desire for gypay
lifo after visiting Custlo Garden nnd
taking n loot : at the party of dirty
men , women and children packed in n
shed , side by side with a still dirtier
crowd of emigrant * . It was a motley
sight. Utterly indifi'uront to the
proprieties or oven the decouclod of
civilized lifo , the women wcro rcclin-
inu on the floor of the shod , or
stretched luxuriously on the benched ;
mites of children in swaddling clothes
were dumped in corners or rocked in
the laps of their swarthy mothers.
The men nro an ordinary lot , but
dressed in many colors , their turbans
and scarfs of the dingiest description.
A c'lild was born to ono of the emi
grant women on board ship , nnd both
were sent to Ward's Island. Eleven
men. eleven women and fourteen
children , with nine boars nnd two
monkeys came from Bordeaux on the
steamship Ohattenu Lafittu yesterday ,
Their purpose is to give open air exhibitions -
hibitions throughl the country. The
chief of the troupe showed n Turkish
"Yavan GoorKonick , wife , child ,
bear , monkey and father. "
One of the bears is 15 years old , a
monster in eizj nmt n clever perform
er. The monkeys nra n cute set , nnd
WITO clinging round the nooks of their
owner * , playing with their jewelry ,
grinning at 'ho staring crowd ami
cracking the nuts thrown nt them.
Dirty , ragged touts and much-used
camp utensils wi-ro strewn about. The
yguiigor women wcro laid nut nt full
length on the canvas. Moat of the
women are unprepossessing in appear *
nnco. liuvo largo features , with high
check bones and coarao skin , All of
them \vero barefooted and were
drusso that scarcely covered their
cnoes. They are of deep eo [ per color
wd their hair und eyes ns black ns
Joal. Ono woman named Annn ,
ounging by herself , was n handsome
enough for n Pasha's harem , Her ago
w.is said to bo sweet 17. She has n
charming ilguro , n well developed
brm , largo , bright , sparkling eyes , n
nnss of glossy jot black hair , two rows
of pearly teeth , nnd the languishing
air of D.vdu. . On her wiists were
icavy bMsclcts and her oars Imng
lown with mnssivo rings. Her logs
to her knees were covered with a thick
coating of dirt , and her shapely feet
nmUinnds were similarly coated ,
Viewed from n distance the scene
was full of interest ; olosur it lost its
charm. That the women enjoyed the
novelty of the place and hour was cer
tain , for they pulled at their yellow
cignrottoH nnd chatted freely in their
guttural tpncuo , seemingly with-
jut restraint. They gloried in
: ho dirt , tinsel and squalor of
their race , nnd were as proud of their
dirty logs ns the most exquisite lady
would bo ot the d.Mitiost aiikon hose ,
Ono of the characteristics of the show
was the brute appearance of the hags
old women whoso frco lifo , apart
from soap nnd water , with n liberal
mo of liquor nnd tobaco- ) , had given
thorn n horrible cast of fnco and feat
ure."Whcro are those croaturca going ? "
asked the reporter of nn emigrant ,
who spoke Anglo-Qormi.il.
"Got is goot ; duy go novoro ; doy
vnndcr up und down , und toll for
tunes , play mil doro tamboreoncs und
dance mit doro bears ; doy vas u kor-
voorlot , mine Got. "
"Presumption boginsjn Ignorance
uid ends in ruin. " On the other
liand , the production of Kidney-Wort
began with wise cautions and scionti-
lie research , and its use ends in restor
ing shattered constitutions and endow
ing men and women with health and
happiness. "My tormented back , " is
the exclamation of moro than ono
poor hardworking man and woman ; do
you know why it aches ? It is because
sour kidneys are overtasked and need
strengthening , and your system needs
to bo cleansed of bad humors. You
An Inquisitive Brigut Child.
Detroit Free Press ,
Ono ot those unnaturally bright
children who are always getting people -
plo into difficulties was at a prayer-
meeting the other evening with his
mother , when ho asked aloud :
"Ma , say ma who was Dinah
Moore ? "
"Hu-u-sh,1 whispered his mother
cautiously , "it's a hymn. "
"No. It ain't man , " continued the
hopeful , "it's a woman's name ; say
who's going homo to Dinah Moore ? "
"Wfilie , " said his mother In a
ghastly voice , "you're disturbing the
mooting. It means going to heaven
to die no moro. "
"Dine no moro ! O , ma , don't they
eat anything there ? "
His mother explained as well as she
could , and Willie sat still for half a
minute , his bright eyes roving about
the church. Then ho asked in a shrill
"Ma , is God out of town ? "
"No-o-o , no-no , " answered the dls
tractod woman faintly ,
. "Then what's Mr. Kelly running
this meeting for , ma ? " continued the
The choir sung him down , but as
the meeting closed with a moment ol
silent prayer his gentle voice was di
rectly heard , saying :
"Old Mrs. Jones' switch don't
match her hair like yours does , ma ! '
Truth and Hoiior.
Query ; What is the best family
medicine in the world to regulate the
bowels , purify the blood , rumovo con-
tlvoneua and biliousness , aid digestion
and tone up the whole system ) Truth
and honor compels us to aimvvor , Hop
bittern , being pure , perfect and harm
less.-Toledo Hladi. .
Sioux City & Pacific
THE SIOUX OITY UOUTfi
liars a ficIM Train llirouKli from
C'ounoil BlufiB to St , Paul
Wllliciit Qnn a Time , Only 17 Houri
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COD NOIL ELUPF3
t08T. PAUL , MWNKAPOIJH
t > \LVTU \ Oh BJHWAttO.'l
tnd 'l ; xlaU In Nnrtbatu low * . Mlnna U * LI
Dikuu. luiD ll.j Id t'j'j'piwJ " "ish the luipj'n . (
Wo ttighou > Autoinii'.u AlflnaVt and idle
1'lttforu flout I'.r and jl'jUcr ; tad lor
SVKKU. HAVBIT ANIJ COMFOB1
run through \YT1IOL'T : CIIANQK betxeun K2
ilOUy.nJ lit. 1V4) ) , vU Council filudi * .
Tralnu ln\ L'nloa Pa-.lfic Tmitfer at TJIU
ell IlluflH , at 7:35 : p. in dally on arrival of Kj3i >
City. Ht Jo < i > | iliund Council JllnSj trula d < u
the South. AriivlQ. ' , ut K'.oiu ' City 11:86 : p m.
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MMwtuI Valley , la.
W. B. IMVia. Bou i wt rH AtfUit.
IJmncl liluDB lena
OF OABDUI I ' J ir.fcca
tui uii'J clear
To the Consumers of Carriages & Buggies *
I have a complete stock of all the Latist Styles
of Cirri ages , Phaetons and Open aud Top Buggies , ,
Tne Celebrated firewater Sida Bar ,
The Hainan Side Bar ,
The Whitney Side Bar , and
The Mullhalland Spring.
The Dexter Queen Buggy and Phaeton Also the
Old Reliable JSliptic Spring Buggies and Phaetons.
They are oil made ot tha best materials , and un
der my own supervision ,
I should bo pleased to have those desirous of pur
chasing to call aud examine my stock , I will guar-
anto9 satisfaction and warrant all work ,
H. F. HATTENHAUER ,
Corner Broadway and Seventh Streets.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA.
( Successors to J. W , Rodefer )
WHOLESALE AIND RETAIL HOMWRS IN
LABIAWMA , LEHIGH , BLOSSBURG
IOWA COALS !
CONNELLSYILLE COKE , CEMENT , LIME , PLASTER , ETC.
Ofllco No , 34 Pearl Street , Yards Oor. Eighth Street end
Eleventh Avouue , Council Bluffd.
COUNCIL BLUFFS STEAM FACTORY
BROOMS , BROOM HANDLES ,
CORN MEAL , GRAHAM FLOUR AND
The Very Best of Brooms Constantly on Hand. The Hlghent
Market Price Fold for
Corn , Oats , Rye , Barley
Parties Wishing to Sell Broom Corn Will Please
& OCX ,
One of the best second-class Hotels la the
Wtit Is the
BROADWAY HOTEL ,
A. K IllltWN , Proprietor.
Noe. 631 and 630 llrovlway , Council JJIuffs , Iowa.
Table supplied with tha best the market af
fords , ( iood roomi and first-class bods. Terms
UNION AVENUE HOTEL.
817 Lower Broadway ,
Mrs , 0 , Gerspacher & Son ,
FII18T CLASS IIOTKL AT KI'.AHONAIILK
PIIIOKS. TIlANBinNTB ACCOMMOUATKI ) .
JIOTUlj FOUUALK. UOOU IIKA80NH FOH
SCANDINAVIAN HOTEL ,
H , Andcric * . - - Proprietor ,
732 Loucr Ilroadvray ,
Table mippllml with the best the market af
fords. Terms 3.JOand ( fl.OOpcrucuk , Transient
21.00 per ilav.
If Von With a Lunch Go to
LOUIE DUQUETTE ,
Boutin , Meat * , and Katnblei always on
Iiaii'l. J'Mvo OentH per call.
STARR & BUNCH ,
HOUSE , SIGN ,
PALMW HANGING ,
KALSOtllNINB AND BRAININti ,
Shop Corner B roadway nnd Scott St
HUGHES & TOWSLEE ,
Confectionei-y , FruitsNuts
Cigars and Tobacco , Fresh
Oysters and Ice Cream in
12 MAIN ST. ,
MBS. J. P. BILLUP8 ,
RESTAURANT & EATING flOUSB ,
813 South Main Street , Council D'ufb.
New homo and newly fitted up In first dMST
stylo. Meals at all hours. Ice crutni and lenxj
uado every evening. Frulta and confoctlouciUaJ
"j. G. TIPTON ,
Attorney ( fcOomselloL
Olllco over KIr t Nalloiml HankCouncil IHuAr ,
towa. Will prattlcu In thu btato and federaL
723 W. Broadway.
LARSON & ANDERSON ,
TilJ ) latmjiy his JiHt been opsnoJ for busl-
ni > 3 , anil wo are now prepared to da UtinJry
vork of all hlndi nnd Kuuantco satisfaction. A.
tpeclaltyinarlo of Him work , until as collir ,
, ilnvfthlrtii/ito. want everybody to.
BAUSON ifc ANDK11SON.
TIIOS. OWtKll. w. if. u.
OFFICER & PUSEI ,
Oouncil Bluffs , la ,
Established , 1856
Dealer * In Forulgb ncd Uoicntlo
DRESS-MAKERS' COMPANION ,
It plait ] from l-.Sof a u Inch to
width In the ccum-bt tultl or flnost bl Vi
II does all kliidj aud styles \laltlnir In use.
No lady that dooa her own ilreai-iuakloz can
aOord to do without one an uleo plaiting ! *
ne\cr out Ol ( aiblon , II noon It eelli lt il ( . roi
Uachlnei , Circulars or AKent'a teruia aJJrcsa
CONGAIl & CO. ,
H B AilaiuaBt. Oblcoco
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