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THE DAILY PEE--FJRIDAY , JULY 14 188-2
, o. sc oo ,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
City Market , Ccnncll Bluffi , low ,
WHOLESALE FliOTTR HOUSE ,
General AsenU for th Celebrated Hills ot It. D. Hush A Co. . Golden Eagle Flour ,
Kansas , uml Queen HfC Mill * . Sioux FMS ! , Dakota.
Pcterfncc. Smith ft Crl't nn > n , ( . 'cmncll niufla , la.
WIOLKSALU AND RCTAttj
STATIONERY AND PRINTER'S GOODS ,
COUNCIL BLUFF8. IOWA.
TITLE ABSTRACT 0 F F ICE.
j.tr. . fc , 3 TOa : 3K. : EJ .BE oo. .
Lands and Lots Bought and Sold
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW HATES.
BOTARIEB PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS
COUNCIL BLUFFS - . IOWA
15 North Main Street ,
\VHOLESALE DEALER IN SHOE FINDINGS.
Ready-fitted uppers , In calf akin ami kip. Oak nnil Hemlock bOI.K LKATilKU , and al
oods appertaining Uithonhoo tnulo. Oo iloolil M cheap ! H In thcllnst. _
-MRIS1 - ffif IILLMY STORE
FOR STYLISH SPRING MILLINERY. PATTERN BONNETS AND
CHILDREN'S ' IIATS A SPECIALTY.
105 South Main Street. Council Bluffs la
That no\or require crimping , at Slrn. J. J. Good's Hair Store , ftt prices never bcfcro touched by
ny other hair dealer. Alto a full line ot switches , etc. , ntxrcatly reduced prices. Also gold
elh cr and colored ncta Wares made from hdlca' own hair. Do not ( all to call beroro purch alag
elsewhere. All goodd warranted as represented. 11113. J. J. GOOD ,
29 Main etreci. Council llludfl , Ion a.
At Bryant's Spring ,
Oor , Broadway and Union Sts.
Phln , Mcdlcitcil , V per , Kleetrlo , 1'lungc ,
Douch , yhouor , Hot aud Cold Uaths Com
petent n ale and lunalo niir'ca and at'cndants
nlwa > 9 on band , and the best of cn > o and atten
tion Ken ! pitruiis. Special attention Rlen to
battling children. Investigation and patroua a
eoltclte.1DR. . A. H STUDLKY & Co. ,
100 Upper Broadway.
Dr. Stud'ey : Treatment of chronic dl.easo4
made a bp > cJAlty.
KEMOVED without the
oiioa drawing of blood or uao of
knife. Cures lun r dUenaee ,
AVT1 j . ! Fits , Scrofula , Ll\cr ComA -
? . A i. I-11" ' ' . Dropiy , lUiouma-
T II WI fl R S tl91" . i'o er and Mercur-
I U III U II W
lil sores , ErytlnclaK , Salt
Rheum , Scald Held , Citatrh , weik , Inllamcd
nnd granulated Kjescrotulous Ulcers and Fe
male Dis.aao of all kinds. ANo Kidney and
Venerlal dist-aaea. Hoinorrboida or Piles cured
All diseases treated upon theptlnclpleof veget
able reform , without the uao of mercurial pois
ons or the knlfu.
Electro Vapor or M-dlcatod Baths , furnished
twho dcalro thoin.
Hernli or Rupture radically cured by the use
the Elastic belt Truss and Plaster , which baa
eupcrlor la the world.
CALL OS OR ADDRESS
Drs , R , Rice anfl F , C , Miller ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , In.
Feed and Sale Stables ,
10 North First Street ,
Bouquet's old stand , Council D'ufls ' , Iowa.
WILLAUD SMITH. I'rop.
. . ,
Practitioner of Homeopathy , consulting
Physician and Surgeon ,
Office and residence QIC Willow avenue , Coun-
cl muffs , Iowa.
W. K. SIN ION ,
14 Pearl Street , Council Bluffs.
Extractlngand fil'lng ' a speclilty. First-class
UK. A. P. HANCHETT ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
nmcc , No. 14 Pearl Btrcot Iloun , D a. m. to
2. , and 2 p. m. , to 6 p , m. Uoxldenco , 120
Bancroft ntrcet. Telephonic connection with
Central olfii o.
F. T. SEYBERT M. D.
. . , . . ,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA.
Oflioo No. C , Everett Block , Broadway -
way , over A. Louie's Kestaurant.
J , A. HOSS , Proprietor.
Comer Broadway and Fourth Sheets.
Oood accommodation * , good fare and cour
S. E. MAXON ,
Office over savin ) ; ) bank ,
OOUNOIli BLUFFS , - - - Iowa.
/ REAL ESTATE.
W , 0. James , In connection with bis law and
eolltctlon busluewbuyi and Bella real estate ,
Pttttot wUhluto ; buy rr s U city property c&ll
tt tils office , over Uuahuell'a book store , 1'earl
EDWIN J. ABBOTT.
Justice of the Peace and
4l6Broadway , Council Bluffs.
D edi .andmortjag'l drawn and ackuowl ged
WATER WAVES ,
In Stock and Manufactur
ed to Order.
Waves Made From Your Own Hair.
TOILET ARTICLES ,
All Goods Warranted as
Represented , and Price
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
337 W. Broadway ,
Council Bluffs ; - - - Iowa
MRS , "E , T HARDING , M , D , .
Graduate ol KIcctropathIc Institution , Phila
delphia , Fauna.
Office Cor , Broadway & Glenn Ave.
COUNCIL IJLUFFS , IOWA.
The treatment of nil diseases and pilnful dlf-
flcultlca peculiar to furealca a specialty.
J. G. TIPTON ,
Attorney & Counsellor ,
Oftlco o\cr First National BankCouncil DluSa ,
Iowa. Will practice lu the btatn and federal
FfsEbrl FISH !
Game and Poultry ,
Can always be found a 0. DANEHY'S ,
130 Upper Broadway
Justice of tie Peace ,
014 BROADWAY ,
Oounoil Bluffs. - - Iowa.
W B , MAYES ,
Loans andEealEstate ,
Proprietor of abstracts of Pottawattarolo
county. Olflco corner of liroadway and Main
BtroeU , Council Bluffs , Io n.
JOHN STEINER , M. D , ,
( Deutucher Arzt. )
ROOM 5 , EVERETT'S BLOCK ,
t/t ease of women and children a specialty.
P , J , MONTGOMERY , M , D ,
FKEE DIHI-ENHAUY KVEHV SATUKDAY.
Office In Hverett's block , Pearl troet
denca CfcS Fourth Btrort Office lioura from 0 to
2 a. m. , 2 to 4 and 7 o8 ] > , ra , Council luffs
F. C. CLARK
Pearl opposite the postofflco. One of
the oldest pratltloner In Council liluff * . Satis
Isfactlon guaranteeil In all cases _
DE , F. P , BELLINGER ,
EYE AND EAR SURGEON ,
WITH DU. tillAKLKS DKCTKEN.
OUIceovcrdrur itore , 411 ISroadHay , Council
[ Hulls , lo a. Al dlscawn of the ejo and ear
iroaUxl under the modtappro\ud intihod and all
JOHN LINOT ,
Will ptictlce la all1 State and United Static
Court * .
LOVELAND , IOWA.
As Well as a Number of Srntil
Towna m the Nei ? h-
Poreonnol of tbo Town Ita Lines o
Buslnose , Etc.
LOrrcspondcnoo of Tin lln.
LoVEtAN , la. , July 0. In the extreme
tromo northwest of Pottawnttiunio
county nnd about eighteen miles fron
Council Blufld , is the quiet but grow
lirg villngu of Lovcland. The North
wi'ntern rnilrond from the motropoli
of Western Iowa , follows nlon the
valley of the Jliasotiri , just now wav
ing with cornfields , nnd displaying its
wheat fields lavishly , to the traveler
from the cast who hits seen the bar
rollings of some eastern states nnd thu
less fortunate parts of this "beatttlfu
land , " of the Uawkeycs. Six or sever
inilca from the BlulFs ,
nestles , retiringly behind the hill , en
tirojy out of sight of thu railroad pas *
sengcM. Itut Creacent liiia a history
that began awny back nt the titno
when it was n twin sister of Counci
Hlufla. The town was nettled by Joe
E. Johnson , a Mormon , and was none <
ono titno quito n thriving little city ,
and boasted of enterprise , nnd a news
paper called the Crescent City Oracle ,
that reflected the sentiments of Joe
Johnson nnd probably of the thriving
nnd energetic colony. But fate and
the government gunshop clung to
Kanovillc , and few people , outside ol
the county , to-day , have heard ot this
cozy litUo town of two or three hun
dred people. Six miles up the river ,
from Crescent , is
HONKY CUEEK ,
in ago , coequal with the railroad ,
tiere , and named for the small stream
which at thii place introduces itself
into the valley of the Missouri. In
iormer days Cooper & IlofTmayr oper
ated n naw mill near this , nnd supplied
.ho homesteader with a native timber
and building material , but the mill is
10 moro , nnd there is n mill nnd a
[ lofl'mayr at the HI u lid. Thuro is yet
luito n quantity of timber hero ,
Uthouyh tlio heavier nnd bettor part
las been consumed.
This village has just been laid out
into town lots by ' 'Tlio Blair Town
Lot Company , " although it is under
stood that the lots are not yet offered
'or aalo. When placed in the nurkot
they should be noticed by these who
desire to secure suburban residence
grounds , for this la ono of the beauti-
: ul spots , and has a variety of scenery
of pictureequo simplicity and rural
grandeur. With miles of the Mis-
louri bottom stretching away to the
Danks of the "Big Muddy" to the
westward ; the blufl'n and the hills in
, ho background aud partly surround-
ng the town ; the native timber , re-
ninding ono of tlio mountains and
broats of the Alleghenys ; and little
Honey Crook stealing its way into the
valley through the mpantain gorges ;
the great oaks , spreading walnuts and
ilms , and the thoughts of shady nooks
or the fishermen and boating party ,
add not a little to the value of these
[ Uiot , retired situations , whore con
venient trains almost annex them to
ho city , "so near and yet so far.1'
Clio gentlemanly station roaster J. 0.
tlcCallistor , formerly of Maploton ,
! owa IIHS become a permanent fixture ,
and an important factor in the busi-
icsa and daily lifo of the town. Mr.
A. Frnzier is Uncle Sumuel'a confi-
lential agent hero for the oalo of
matugp Bt allies nnd the distribution of
ho daily mails , and Mr. Frazier has ,
n connection with this the trading
louse of the town , a general mor-
handiso store , where the dozen or
ifteen families of the pluco find the
varieties of store goods and a marketer
or their small productions , so necos-
ary in such hamlets.
LOVKLANI ) ,
Also , has a history , and among the
ccords of its legendary fame wo find
a flouring mill on the banks of the
Joy or which , hero , rolls against the
) lufTn , which tower above it a hundred
oet or more , and in places are dotted
) y a bevy of birds or punctured by
loles for the swallows nests. The
nill was build many years ago by ono
f the pioneer men by the name of
jovoland , who operated the mill for
'oars and made money in this town ,
rhich is named after him , and then ho
caorted the little town to live in
Mr. Jolmllanthorn , of "tho Bluffs , "
s now the possessor and personal man
ger of the mill , and does a largo bu-
iness , having tin established repuls
ion and plenty and regular water
power , with nil the milling' facilities
nd American energy to mnko it a
There is a good echool house , and
ho strong society of Baptists have a
; oed house for public worship , while
he Methodist have a society orguni-
ation and hold services in a school
loueo just west.
THE KEL8EY I1IIOS.
ave been residents of the state for a
ozpn years and have the poetoflico in
lieir store of uonoral morohandiio ,
nd ono Kolaey sells the lumber ,
'heso brothers are the men who come
o stay , and are of the kind who build
arefully and surely , making thorn-
elves the "cornora and the founda-
ion" of the busineer and prosperity ,
nd success of the pluco.
J. v. KVANH & co. ,
f Council Bluifa , are the principal
; rain buyers , and lloden & Xulmeruro
lie leading dealers in live stock ,
Just back of the blufh the land is
ich and excellent , while all along tlio
alloy farms are worth fancy prices ,
'ho whole section of country along the
pland , known as the hills or ljlull's
rom Council Blud'a to the Bpyer val-
ey in Harrison county , is timber
cud , and probably contains us much
oed nntivo timber ua any equal
mount of land in the state , and all
idinit that the mass of the crops are
ooking very promising , ulthough here
nd there corn is standing in the wu-
or and will no doubt bo a failure if
tie season continues according to the
rogrammo of the weather prphot ,
FUENCII & co. ,
re mixed up in nearly all kinds of
business , At least wo thought to
when wo fouud they had a genera
store , n blacksmith shop , nnd n stor
of farm implements , and were setting
up some now carriages just sold , whil
wo wore inspecting the town.
J. E. KELLOOO ,
of Logan , who has been engaged n
the railroad ofllco here for BOMIO time
has succeeded to the position of stn
tion agent here , nnd is settling dowt
to work with nil the energy and oys
torn of A vetornn , nnd has lost nuiieo
his politonoso and gentlemanly deport
inont ns so many oflicialn do ns sooi
ns they "obtain their first straps , '
and just here it may bo interostinu
and possibly suggestive , to repent a
question given to mo yesterday by ;
gentleman from the Now Kttgl.vtu
states , who lins traveled nearly all oor
the Union , Js not this political "ma
chini ? , " directly responsible fur the
insulting tone and insolent conduct ol
railroad oflicials , so notic.vblu u the
west , but seldom found in the cnat
and may not the Kurope.iu viaitoi
justly olmnjo the "machine" nm'
thereby its creature , ' the _ mhmniotra-
Linn , \\itli the full rcsponoibility of al
lowing such lobbury iiiul r.isculity as
is constantly practiced upon immi
grants , upon shippers nt the stock
y.mla of Chicngo , and the causes which
liave led to a strike , which lus put a
hundred thousand man out of employ
ment to-day , as ronioi ably ns we
charge the national government or the
ndmiuistrntion with the good conduct
nnd judicious uao of the unity and
mvy , nnd the credit of legislative
measures ? How many of our state
aud national legislators , shut their
ojes to the plea ot justice and close
[ heir cars to the pleadings of the peer ,
when the "mnchino'1 orJm n battle ,
nnd directs how the lines shall bo
formed and the ranks closed up ? But
Loyeland has another important ad
dition , nnd is loading some larger
towns in the advancement of ideao.
ias boon planted hero , nnd is doitiir a
regular nnd successful business. Mr.
J. A. Champion , for many years the
agent ot the railroad comp.uiy here ,
ias resigned his position and entered
lutivoly into business for himself , and
milt the creamery in size nnd prppor-
ion to suit the wants of the business ,
nnd supplied it with the best aud
atest implements , and works on the
same system as the factory at Atlan
ic , and according to the recommeuda-
ioiis of the state society in their con
vention nt Cedar llapids. The dairy
and creamery "lum found anothur
Champion , " nnd n good one ; and he
lees the Davis & Fairlnmb can , and
is a butter maker ho is a success.
ias scomod to take possession of this
own , and there are quito a good many
new buildings , everybody HOUIUS busy
and cheerful , the crops are promising ,
nnd this village , of perhaps a hundred
nnd fifty souls , has a ball club of no
uean players nnd no little ambition ,
ind before the season is finished they
nay make some "good runs , " and ,
unexpectedly , "score" for "Tho
Loveland Sports. " BUCKEYE.
Buoklm'o Arnica Salve.
The BEST SALVK in the .vorlil for Cuts
Bruises , Sores , Ulcers , bait Klicum , I'o
vor Sores , Tetter. Chapped Hands , Chil
ilnins , Corns , ana all hkin eruptions , nnd
losltively cures piles. It is guaranteed to
; ivo satisfaction or money refunded ,
'rice , 25 ceuts per box. For Halo by O.
The Limekiln CluD.
) etrolt Free Press.
"Who am a liar ? " asked the old
nan ns ho rose up in his usunl place
nd glared around him.
Pickles Smith , Trustee Pullback ,
amuol Shinn and Evergreen Joneu
tar ted and turned palo , nnd there was
deathlike ailunce us Brother Gard-
er continued :
"An' what shall wo do wid him
vld do liar an1 do linra } Do liar am
wid us nn' of ua mi' ' among us. He
tits up wid us in do mawmn' and ho
es down wid us at night. Go to do
rocery , an' do grocer smiles an' ' nodu
n' lies. Go to do dry goods man ,
11' ho lias n welcome an' u Ho. De
ailor promises n suit when ho knows
10 can't finish it. Do Bhoomakor
iromisos n pair of butco for Saturday ,
flion ho has three days' work on do
iox' week. DJ ice man charges us
wid twenty-five pounds an' deliver
ixtoen. Our carpets am warranted ,
n' yet doy fade. De plumber plumbs
n'liea. ' Do painter paintri an' lies.
) o carpenter planes an * saws an'
shcats. Do dressmaker not only lies ,
tut steals do cloth. Wo all lie like
roopors fifty times a day , an' do man
who wont lie doan' stan' any
"An1 yet , my frons , wlmr" will wo
iring up in dooand ? When Waydown
jaboo nxoa mo fur do loan of a dollar
ill Saturday , ho lies. Ho knows ho
an't pay it back under fo' weeks. I
mow iio knows it an" I Ho. I toll him
jist paid out do last shillin' fur a
waah-bo'd an' can't possibly raise no
10' . If I ox Judge Hosteller Jacket -
ot : lo sign n bank note wid mo he lies
when ho says ho promised his dyin'
rnn'-mudor nebber to do so. Wo lie
when wo w'ar bettor cloze dan wo kin
flbrd when wo put on airs above us
-when wo put on our backs what
> rtor bo fodder fur our stomachs. Wo
ias become a rod hoi , co-ahead , dust-
roun1 nashun , but wo has also become
nashun of liars , cheats and false pro-
ondera. Wo adulterate our ( roods ,
heat in weight , swindle in measure ,
nd put on broadcloth coats to
idp do absence of dollar shirts Our
ocioty am full of false pretenders ,
ur religion furnishes a cloak fur
lypocrites , an' our charity am but n
nuh Bouii'luiu' ' name fur makiri * n dot-
ar bring back ton shillings , I doan'
enow what Uu principal wickedness of
odom consisted of , nor whedpr do
oiks in Gomorrow tolo lies or pitched
oiinioa , bul if cither ono could beat
11 American town of do aamo size fur
I'iti' ' an' docepshun doy must have yet
p worry airly in do inornin1 an'
tajod awake all night loiifj. Wo lie
n' wo know wo lie. Wo play do
ypocrito , wo cheat and deceive , an *
it wo want do world to pick us out an
lining examples : of virtue , and wo
xpect our tombstones to bear eulo-
ies gcorgiou * 'null' fur angels. Gen-
emeu , lot us kick each odder into
oin' bettor ! Lot thu kickin' begin
ust whar' ' it happens , fur wo can't hit
nybody who doan1 need it I"
'HOSE TO INQUIHE.
Wavdown Iseobo arose to inquire if
10 had over borrowed a dollar of the
> resident and neglected to return it on
10 date specified.
"YouIiM , aahl" was the prompt rc
Waydown scratched his head , looked -
od nround for a soft spot to break his
fall , nnd finally satdownwithftlook | of
melancholy creeping over his com
"Gom'lo.n , bcfo1 purceodin' to do
biznoas in Imn1 , " said Sir ISAAC ns ho
stood up , "lot mo beg do privilege of
admittin' dat I run n liar. I white
wash mi' lie 1 black stoves an * lie , 1
beat an" put down ca'pets nn' Ho. 1
am nn aged liar from do word co , nn'
I nm ashamed of it , sorry fur it , nn'
promise to quit do bizuea from dis
time out. 1 will now patn do be.in-
box. Please roiiiftnbcr dat ono black
boiin rejects n candydate nn' may
bring sorrow to n hull back township. "
Ho then began his perambulations ,
and the folloiving gentlemen uf oil'
color were tinnnimmisly elected in thu
order named : l'i ustee White , Moaea
Adow , Kev. Pilaster , JudgeTremaino ,
Kldur Dodo. Ncmuais Scott , Col ,
IVnchtrcoMlliams and Lord Con-
Da. 0. N. FJLKS , J'ortlaml , Mo. ,
sajs : "Of all tlm pnmplenot mcdicino
Bout mo during the pnot dozenyoara it
in the only ono I luve ever found
which has bjcomo a noconsity in my
> wn household. " iullOJitwlw
1'ouiiK'u Klrat VVlfo.
Suit I-iko ( Utah ) Herald ( Mormon ) , Juno SO.
Mary Ann Angcll Yrnng , relict of
the late President BrigliAiu Young ,
died on Tuesday night. She was the
dauuhtur of James W. Angoll and
L'hebo Morton , nnd wan born in On-
: ario county , Now York , June 8,18011.
Subsequently the family moved to
I'rovidcnco , R. I. Shu heard and bo
iovcd the gospel in 181)1 ) , and was bap
Used at Avon , N. Y , iu 1832 , gatii
( .red with the Saints nt Kirtlnnd , 0. ,
nud was there married to the Into
President Brigham Vomit ; by Sidney
lligdon in March , 183-1. Shuwnssub-
jectod to the persecutions of thu mob
n Missouri. Shu left her home and
vith the people of her choice wended
lor weary way to the Mississippi river ,
residing ono winter in Muntroao , lo. ,
ind supported her family during the
nissions of her husband , Brigham
Young. In 18 U nho moved to Com-
uorconf tor ward c.Ulcd N.UIVOO. Many
of the sniuto who are now living will remember -
member the Blnrvationdnys of Nnuvoo.
Lloro she cultivated n timall garden ,
nnd succeeded in raining a few vogot-
nblou , which were of great worth in
that sickly location. She shared In
common thu persecution ) * which drove
thu Latter D.iy Saints into the wilder-
iietfl , and in all these trying circum
stances never wa'i disheartened nor
lost her faith in God. Her labors in
tha early settlement of this city are
known to many , and through her uni
form kindnuon nnd hostility nho won
the pr.tyera of the poor nnd meek , nnd
gladdened the hearts of the bowed
down. For twenty-five years she had
scarcely known a day of good health.
In March last her fret began to swell
This oilliclion had been on her moro
or lens for years , and In the course of
a few weeks reached her body , nnd
ultimately caused her death. She
lingered in great agony until the after
noon of the 27th iimt. , when she
gradually sank into insensibility , nnd
passed peacefully nwny at D o'clock in
the evening. She is the mother of
sir children , viz : JoeophA. , deceas
ed ; Brigham nnd Mury A. ( twins ) , the
latter deceased. Alice Y. Olnwson , deceased -
ceased ; Luna Y. Thatcher and John
Jacob Mnrtzolf , of Lancaster , N. Y. ,
oyH your Si'itiNd ULOHHOM works well for
everything you recommend it ; myself , wlfo
ml cliildien have nil ubod it , nnd ym can't
ind ii healthier family In New York Stale.
-Oct. 5 , 1880. JullO-dlw
SSB , SHORT LINE. I8S&
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Prora Ouin-hftand the West.
A trains leave D. Ci M. Dupot , Ou.nui : N'cl ) .
r liulwrrn Oii h , ' ! u > . i/out ,
nut' bttwfur ; O.V.iTAlc. . '
Daily Passenger Trains
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Best Pir TOILET. BATH
and I ANDKERCHIEF.
Nature'a 8parkllii epeclflc f jr IndUuitlon
ndlJIIlauHncw. tliB w teruf tlio famoui BulUer
pa , Ndupllcttolln niomont with a | oanful
f TAunANiw HKUWKII Ac IIIKM , which unit lin
very valiublu iluinunt ot the Ouriiuu
irlng , The tfroite t pliy.li-hus of Kuroiwpro-
O'jnco ' that free flit of ProUdonej the moit pi-
ent-f a'l known ultcrilhix , and It faa * mi ( .
rc li and lUinlnit It now placed within the naJi
f uwry Intalld In tliu vtcnUru world.
BOLD UY ALL WIUCQIBTH.
To the Consumers .of Carriages & Huggiesj
I have a completa stock of all the Lit as1 ; Styles
of 0images , Phaetons and Open and Top Buggies ,
Tne Celebrated Brewter Sids Bar ,
The Hainlm 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 til made o' tha best materials , aid un
der my own supervision ,
I should be pleased to have these desirous of pur
chasing to ca'l ' and examine my stock. I will guar
antee satisfaction and warrant all work.
H. F. HATTENHAUER ,
Corner Broadway and Seventh Streets.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA.
( Successors to J. W , Rodefer )
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
LAOKAfAMA , LEHIGH , BLOSSBDBfl
CONNELLSVILLE COKE , CEMENT , LIME , PLASTER , ETC.
Office No. 34 Pearl Street , Yards Oor. Eighth Street and
Eleventh AvenUH , Council Bluffd.
P. T. A1AYNE. 0. E. MAYNE.
COUNCIL BLUFFS STEAM FACTORY
BROOMS , BROOM HANDLES ,
CORN MEAL , GRAHAM FLOUR AND
The Very Beat of Brooms Constantly on Hand. The Highest
Market Price Paid for
Oorn , Oats , Rye , Barley
BROO3VC OOJRIN" !
Parties Wishing to Soil Broom Corn Will Please
/ Bond Sample.
&c GO. ,
Olio of the best aeujnd-clasa Hotels In the
Went la the
BROADWAY HOTEL ,
A. K I1U WN , Proprietor.
Nos. 031 and 63B Ilroadway , ) ouncil llhitTslow * .
Table supplied with the best the market af
ford * . ( Juocl rooms and first-class beds. Terms
UNION AVENUE HOTEL
817 Lower Broadway ,
Mrs. C. Gerspacher & Son ,
KIIIHT CLASS I10TKL AT UKAHONAI1LK
I'llIUm. 'IHANHIKNIH ACCOMMOIlA'l'KD.
IKH'KL KO.lHALK. QOUI ) ItKAHONS FOll
723 W. Broadway.
LARSON & ANDERSON ,
Till ) laimJiy hu Just been orxned for bug ) .
nena , and we are now pripam ! to do laundry
u ork of all klndu and u trantto HatUfuction A
tpeclalty made of fine work , uuch an collars ,
iuH , OuobhlrU , etc. Wo want everybody to
\fl\u \ us a trial ,
LARSON & ANDERSON.
STARR & BUNCH ,
HOUSE , SIGN ,
PAPJ5H HANGING ,
KALSOMININB AND BEAININB ,
Bhop Corner Hrondwayond Scott St
HUGHES & TOWSLEE ,
Confectionery , FruitsNuts
Cigars and Tobacco. Fresh
Oysters and Ice Cream in
12 MAIN ST. ,
J. II fllMlI.VDHOV , K. L N1IUIMKT , A. W. HTIcr.KT ,
President. Vlco-1'rcB't. Cashier.
Of Council Blnffa.
Organized under tliu laws ol tlio State of lona.
Paid up capital $ 76,0/0
Authorized capital SOU.OOO
Interest paid on time dcpOBlln. DiMttt hmicil
on the prlneiptl eitlea of the United States and
Kiirnpo. t-puilal nttc ntion vtven to collection *
nnd roiieapjndence with prompt returns.
J. I ) . KJmnmliOii , K. 1 , . Bliugart , J , T Hart ,
W. W. W.ltico , J W. llodfor , I. A Mller ,
A. W. Strict , ] )7dlf
EUROPEAN HOTEL ,
Corner South and Locuit Btroeta.
sac * . x.oxrx3 zuco. ,
J H. HURST. - - IProp.
Rooms , 7Bc , ? 1.00 and $1,50 Per Day
An elegant Itcstaurant Is connected with this
holt to , u here mcali are nerved at reasonable prices
peon day and night , rald-m
iSioux UiDj &
THE SIOUX OITY BOUTB
lluns a Rolld Train Ihrougn from
Oounoil Blulla to Bt , Paul
Without Ohann Time , Only 17 Hour *
&OO UltEO THE BIIOUTK3 KOVItt
TO IT , PAUL , MINNEAPOLIS
DULIH'U OR 1IIBUAKOK
indull polnta In Northern Io * . lllaooo U and
Dakota. Thli lloe la equipped with thu loiprovod
\ruetlnghouoa Automatic Alr.brako acd UUla
Vlr.tform Coupler and Iluffer : and foi
Ur-KKJ ) . BAJCTY ANO C011FOKI
la ucuuriwu'sod. Pullman CAlacn tllfoptng CT
tun through WITHOUT UHAKQII between Kau
uuWtyaml Kt. faul , via Council iiu3j : aiu ]
TrJrnlcj.iti l.'iilcn I'oclSa T/anuJcr it Cauii >
dl liluffj. at 756 ; p , iii. dMly on trrlvul of Kanaur
Cltt , fat JoKujih r.ud Council lihifla train froji
thtBiutb. Arrlvlna ; t Uloux City 11:36 : p. m. ,
kPd.t the Now Uclcu Depot at St. Pul at 12:50
IKN' HOURS IN ADVAN015 OF ANY OTHER
/S'l'.iincmltr lu taMagtbe UtanxClty UouV
youtet aTlirbiijli Train. The Shortcut Uaet
io ( "uiiVuit'ilJno atd a Comfortabla Itidt In lh
Totouirh Cant liutva eu
COUNCIL JJtl/FFB AND BT. PAUL
jnr.oo tliatycur tickets tead via the "Uloo *
UKv aud 1'ivlUo llallroaj
JT8. WAWWS , .R. BUCHANAN ' .
iluiwilntcDduil. Qoa1 Paw. Agent
P. K. KOitlNBOT 1 Aea't Oea'l Pasa. Ag'l. ,
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