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THE DAILY BEE-SAT UJRD.AY , JULY * 9
cr. a. GO ,
GOMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
Clly M tkct , Ccnnclt Blnffi , low a ,
W H O L E S A I , E F L O U It H O U D E ,
fitneral Apccta tor the Celebrated Mills of H. L ) . Uiuh A Co. . Oolden Kaglo Flour , LcAvcnwoitb
KnnBfl , MiJ Qnecn Km Mill ; , Sioux Fulls , Dakota.
tcMtenee. Smith fc Ctl'tn Jen , Council I'.lnlN , Ift. _ _
WlOLtSALH ANB BKTA1L
STATIOHERY AND PRINTER'S GOODS ,
T I V L E A B 8 R A 0 F F I CL
JT. D T. C ® 13S : 3K. 3E1 Sc G > .
Lanas and Lots Bought and Sold ,
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW KATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC ANJD CONVEYANCERS ,
COUHCIL BLUFFS - - - IOWA.
_ _ " "
15 Itfoitk Mniu Street ,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN SHOE FINDINGS.
noiidj.flttiH uppers , In cull sMnmJ kli > , ( Mk and Hemlock KOLE I.KAT1IKR , rvnd nl
oods it > | H > rtMnlnir fo the shoo I r \ < ic. Oo lissom as chcni ft ln tholiisS. _
* l3iQ ! >
rmi.KKix'1 ' WW MTTTTM'RV vMT } " ! ?
1J3JUM1& MIN 11LL1MM olUM
FOll STYLISH SPUING MILLINERY. PATTERN UONNKTS AND
CHILDUKN'S HATS A SPEOIALTY.
105 South Main Street. Couacil Bliiffg Ia.
lhat neicr rciiulro cilmi > lii | : , at Mre. J. J. Good's lUIr Ktoro , ot prlcu never holere touched by
ny other halt dealer. Ale a lull line ot switches , etc. , nt& really rodticod prlecs. Al o ROM ,
elhcr a > id colored nets \Va\ca nuilo from ladles' own hair. Da not ( all to ' .nil before purchialnj ;
o ! ctthere. All goods warranted us represented. AiU3. J. J GOOD ,
2J SHIn strcei. Council liluOfl , Iowa.
At Bryant's Spring ,
Cor , Broadway anil Union. Sts.
Plain , Medicated , V'por , Klrc'rtc , 1'lunge ,
Douch , hhower , Hot ai.d Cold Daihi Com
petent i ale und ietnalo nuri-os and at'tndanta
ilftjb on hand , and the be < t of ra c and at ton-
tlon l\cn jntpjns. Spaciilntt ntiou hen to
hatnlin ; chUareu , Iincst ( jntlun auj } > atromge
BolicltclDR. . A. H STODLKY & Co. ,
100 Upper Broadway.
Dr. Gtud'oy : Tnatmcnt of cliruiilc diseases
made a spcculty.
n nCMOVUD uithont the
nraulu it ! blood or usoof
i > nilc. CUP-S lurijrdhcases ,
A vn n'lvii P Fits , Si r < . fuU , I.hor c'oin-
_ i i. , , . ' X p'alnt ' , Drains , Hlieuma-
T ? Jl ? S . and Mertur-
II U 'I31U. o cr
I U 111 U Jl
Main * , i.rj.lpclis , Salt
llhoum , Scald Hcid , Citvrh , woik , InlUnicd
and granulated Kjoa , c-cn.dilous Ulueri and Fe
male Uhvaso o ( all klndj Aho Kidney nnd
Venerial ( iist och. tje.uorriiO.di of 1'iUe cured
All dlncisoj trc-ital npo'i theptiiicipleotvesct-
able reform , without thd mo of mercurial pola-
cuaor the kill fu.
Ebctr.i Vapor < ir M-dlcMed Biths , furnished
e who deilra them ,
Hernia or Kupturo radically cured by the use
the Elastic bolt Truss and Piaster , which has
aupcrlor In the world.
2ALL OS OK ADURES'3
Drs , R , Rioo and ? , C , Miller ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , Ia.
LIVERY , -
Feed anS Sale Stables ,
18 North [ finjb Street ,
Bouquet sold jtand , Cciincll U iiCfa , Iowa.
l . \lll > DMITII. Prop.
. . ,
Practitioner of lUmropatby , coaBultln
Pliysiciaii and Surgeon ,
Office and risldenco BIB Willow a\cnue , Coun-
cl iiull8. Iowa. _
GINTON & WEST.
14 Pearl Street , Council Bluffs.
Extracting aud fllllnjr a tpatUIty. First-oloau
work | ) ruaranteod ,
DR. A. P. HANCHETT ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
nfllco , No , 14 Pe rl Street HOUJJ , 0 a. m. to
2. , &nd 2 j ) . ni. , to 5 p , m. Residence , 120
Buncrclt Htrect. Telephonic connection wkli
F. T. SEYBERT M. D.
. . , . . ,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - IA ,
Ollico No. G , Eyorott Ulook , Broad
way , over A. Louie's Restaurant.
J. A. BOSS , Proprietor.
Corner Broadway and Fourth Stieeta.
Good accommodations , good faro and cour-
teoua tromnent. ,
S. L MAXON ,
ja. act a 3ec i x * . ara aa ? .
Office over Barings bank ,
COUNOIlj BLUFFS , . . Iowa.
V0. . James , tu connection with tila law and
eollectlon luslneajliuys and sells teal estate.
Persons IMog to buy n sell city property call
it hia otBcc , over Uushncll's hook tore , Pearl
EDWIN J. ABBOTT.
Justice oi the Peace and
Notary Public ,
416 Broadway , Council Bluffs
D < uH' . ndori < . dr = . n acknowl
WATER WAVES ,
In Stock and Manufactur
ed to Order ,
Wavo.i JMado From Your Own Hair.
TOILET ARTSGLES ,
All Goods Warranted as
Represented , and rice
MRS , D. A , BENEDICT ,
337 W. Broadway ,
Ctou0 ? Bluffs ; - - - Iowa "
IRS , KT HARDING , M , D , .
GraUuite ot Elcctropalhlo Institution , Phila
delphia , Pen in.
Office Bur , Broadway & Blenu Ave.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
The treatment n ! all diseases and pidnful dlf-
flcultica peculiar to tumalca a sjicchlty.
J. G. TIPTOM ,
Attorney & Counsellor ,
Office oor first National ll.itik , Council BluRs.
Io a. Will practice in tut Htato and federal
Same and Poultry ,
Can always he found a B. DANEHY' . " ,
130 Upper Broadway
Justice of the Peace ,
314 BROADWAY ,
Oonnoil Bluffs. - - Iowa.
W B , MA"aES ,
Loans andEealEstate ,
Proprietor of ul > atracts of Pottawattamlo
county. Ollico corner of Bruadway and tlain
strectf , Qjuncll Ululfa , loaa.
JOHN STEINER , M. D , ,
( Doutscher Arzt. )
ROOM 5 , EVERETT'S BLOCK ,
wlacases of women aud children ft epoclalty.
P , J , MOHTBOlm , M , D , ,
FHEB DIHPENHAUY KVBKV SATUKDAY.
Office In Everett's block , Pearl treet. Itoel ]
dence OH ? Fourth street Ollico houra from 0 to
2 > . in , , 2 to 4 and 7 ogp.m , Council luffs
Pearl ippoalte the pontofflce. One of
the oldest fr : tllloncr8 In Council Bluffa. Balls
lafactlon truaranteod In all cases
DR , F , P. BELLINGER ,
EYE AND EAR SURGEON ,
WITH DH. CHARLES DEETKEN.
Offlcoo\crdru ; store , 414 Ilroadnay , Council
Illulln , Iowa. Al diseases of thu c > o and car
treated under the incwt approved method and all
curi a guaranteed.
JOHN LINDT ,
Will pravtlce In pll State and UnltoJ State *
Courts. Bpoaki Oercun Language ,
A Lively Young Town in Boyer
Valley , Iowa
Its Caminerolnl AilvnntnRos and
JiRrioultiirnl Snrrotm ding *
Cor pondfnceof the Use.
Dow CITY , IOWA , July 20. Eight
miles from Dunhp in a nortlionstorly
direction , nlong the Boycr valley and
the Northwestern road , is Dow Oily ,
with n population of about COO and
situntudu Imlf dizen miles from the
southern and western boundaries of
Crawford county. The town is local-
odoulhuoast eido of the river nud
the road , and spreads out over the valley -
loy , which is hero about two iniloa
wido. The ricli valley and soutly in-
cliiii'd alopss , which nowhcro along
here are nbrupt , are ovorywhtro cov-
iircd with licldn of grain , nnd this part
of loira has to-day the richest crops ,
prospt'ctivaly it has over known.
TIII : riusT sKnLKit
lioro , was Mr. S E Dow , a imtivo of
Now lluinpahiro , who came hero in
1855 , nud , securing 100 ( ! acres of
land , wunt into the business of stock
growing. The imukot at tbat time
was a long wny oil1 , the jjii'attr pact
being sold for work oxtsn , usoil for
teaming across the plains , or wuro
driven all the wny to Chicago , on
foot , for bpof. The ndvout of the
railroad iu thu fall of 181HJ broughc
in business , end the now Bottlers
onmo by families and by ccorus. The
location ol a station nearly in thu
center of thia farm niado Mr. Diw
the father of much of the enterprise
of the plnco in those early dajp.
A postofticj was established hero ,
about a year after the building of the
road , nnd two jcar.i later , the town
was laid out by the Blair Town Lot
Company , Mr. J. 11 Blair , of Now
Jersey , and oi.o of the principal own
ers tf the road west oE Cedar ll-ipids
being the leading spirit in the com
pany. At Dow City the company
took half Hm stock of the town uito ,
and Mr. Dow lotaincd the othur halt
Soon nftor the road was established
and a nido track secured , Mr. Dow
built a warehouse , and in company
with Abner Gi-avps , opened the
trade in grain , hvo stock , lum
ber , and farm implements , doing a
largo and constantly increasing
business , and laboring to build up the
village and get good prices for their
lots. Among the early improvements
of a substantial mituro , was the build
ing of a mill by T. W. Chapman , now
of Shelby. A few yoara aftrward
Messrs. Dow it Graves purchased this
mill and built largo additions , and
introducing important improvements ,
malting it ono of the best mills in
Western Iowa. During the past
winter Mr. Graves , retired from the
business , to draw hia capital into the
banking business , while Mr. Daw's
son , A. S. Dow , became a partner with
hia father , nnd the firm of
S , E. DOW AND SON
are to-day ono of the prime factors of
the town. The banking house of
ATJNEU O HAVES
is located on the south fildo of Main
street , in a neat and comfortable
building , and does a general bunking
business and insurance , and makes a
specialty of land. Mr. Graves is also
a largo farmer , having a number of
f.iriim , ono of which contains over
1,000 ncrcB in cultivutuu , and ho is
heavily interested in stock growing in
Shelby county. This bank was estab
lished i 1871.
at present under the management
ot Messrs. 11. C. Thompson and N.
Richards , practical millers , who are
koupint ; up its reputation , as well as
their own , by their work. Mr. Rich
ards , the business manager , is from
Denison , la. , and a native of North
ern Ohio , while Mr. Thompson , the
head miller , was four or live years in
Omaha with JJonry Kruao , and the
John Green mill , and afterwards in
the Crystal Mills of Council BluiFa.
W. 0. 1I1LLAH
has the largest general store in town ,
it being 25&05 with largo wing , ano
keeps a halt dozen to a dozen hands
employed in the millinery and dress
making department. Mr. H. was
ono of the pioneers of the place , and
has a largo trade.
T. J. HASP & co. ,
on the Eoutli aide , have a full line of
general merchandise and huyo a
' 'boss" trade. They have largo build
ings , heavy.stock , and are building up
business every day , and like
L. K. HARDY ,
on the next corner ens4 ; , they work by
1 rule. " Mr. has
Hardy a largo gen
eral store , with double front , und
sells "piles of goods" every year ,
while doing a largo farming business.
has a good stock of drugs , books und
stationery on the main street , and
claims to have no faith in advertising.
1'IKUCK it OIIISON
are the pioneer hardware men hero ,
and have a general stock of light and
heavy hardware , stoves and tinware ,
and liirm tools , They have boon in
business hero for two or three years
and are old settlers in this part of the
THE FALRuTT UltOH. ,
across the way , have been citizena of
the county lor nearly twenty years ,
and from the stock of Fulcott's whoso
banks , hardware houses and music
stores are scattered along the western
rodorvo bj the shore of Lake Erie.
And these , following the natural in
stincts of the family , have within Hie
past week opened unothor hardware
store hero , and add another enterprise
to the growth of thia town , and they
are already doim ; a good business
J. E. KULK
has the monopoly of the harness busi-
nose , and keeps plenty of help ; hau
faith in the future of the town , und
his own prospects in business ; and
keeps on hand a largo stock of goods ,
which is "made by Rule. " It seems
atrango that a name will help men
along so much , but it is often true ,
however , and thin ono is too valuable
to be collected in one house ; and BO it
would seem to a stronger , passing
from store to atoro , thftf. there is n
llulo in half the stores in town , and
the other half not hoard from ,
31. 0. W100INS
haa a general blacksmith nnd repair
shop , and by the way the farm ma
chinery comes in to ba patched , one
would think ho must have a machine
shop and foundry , As it is , ho is do
ing an extonaivo work , nnd contem
plates builuing largt-r , and puttinu in
E. v. OODDARH ,
just across the way , is another pro
gressive man , who seems to keep him
self and hands busy in the w.igon
shop , i\ml roads the papers , which is
ono of thu first signs of nn ' 'intolli-
nont entorpriso. " Mr. G. has boon
hero six years , keeps plenty of help ,
gets n largo amount of work , and docs
* m > od deal of now work of the lighter
cl.iss. Ho i a young man , n nitivo
ot the state , and is bound to bccomo
an important factor in the town.
.1 J. AUMSTKONO
haa planted himself near the railroad
tr , uk , with piles of lumber aud any
amount uf farm machinery , which ho
is sellinir every day ; and niter locking
through hia warehouses and noticing
the farmers waiting tor him to load up
their wagons , it Doomed its ' %
there must bo an inunonao nm unit of
building going on in the surrounding
country. Ho began here two or throe
yt-ais ngo , being n imtivo of Clinton
county , la ,
Jf B. LEWIS ,
the cllioiont posim-iutor , does a ttcady
nnd profitable btuincsa in drugs ,
buoks , stationary and notions , ni.il is
ono of the most accommodating men ,
which is of vitil importance to the
public , nnd ho just tills the bill us u
prudent and trusted public oilicer.
THE DOW MTV HOTEL
lias again changed h.inda , nnd during
the pint year W. 11 , Morton hiw bu-
coiiui the host as well as proprietor ,
and now wo find liuro the comforts of
a homo , as well no n public house , and
the traveler inny become u moniborof
the family during his oojiirn. Jlr
Morton comt-a of the oamo stock with
the honorable 0. P. Morton , and
with his prudmit and pleasant wife tire
building up a goort busimws. The
house flt.mds back nnu blockin ) aqu ot
spot , surrounded by largo sliudo trees.
There is a good at.-ii-lo iittiiohcd , and
is beonniing known ai "tho home. "
THE MIU : U into- ! . ,
have been lilting uji a now hou'o anJ
labeled it thu Commuicial hotel , nnd
will BO on bo doim ; huainos * , if they
complete the IIOUEO and put it in
order , , xnd haung been residonU i f
tlio county tor fitieen v fwenty yrnm
they ahould build up a goodljUBiiiers.
But lest , the reader vvuiirv while rend
ing a long Jotter , wo will pasa by for
this time , the neat mid tidy meat
murkot and grocery house ot W. V.
\Vlinloy , who also hat a good trade in
live Block , the lliidubrand "mouel
faun , " a description of the design of
the railroad company laying out tlioir
giound and planting n park aud the
many other business firm * , to notice
11UAKB IlllUS. ,
on the north side , who Imvo a full
line of lurniture , and not only oll'or
the goods hut do the business , while
0. H. Brake , of this firm is the prin
cipal of the high school. Thin firm
have been hero over a year , keep n
qood stock in great variety und do
the undertaking ,
A I'UDLIO LIUItJLUY
owned by the towimlup , ia kept in
this.houso , and citizens of the town
ship may have free use of the 500 or
COO volumes. This is a worthy pro
ject , ia well managed find very popu
lar. The schrulliou3o it a fine iramo
building with four or live rooms , and
the school has just been inodcrniznd
by being orcjainzud in a graded school
nud assigned a regular course of
study , and with nil , has juat boon not
oll'aa nn independent district. The
three churches have good substantial
houses , the MothodixL being the larg
est , and the Mormon church being a
numerous body of the imat reoptctod
und honorable citizens , nd the Cath
olic have n strong population in this
part of the country. Tlio county
house IB located just above thia by the
river , and haa fine buildings , und a
section of land for farming purposes.
The city contains a well onranizod
HANI ) ,
which is only n year or two old. It
has some fourteen membera , is work
ing hnrd and receiving much credit
from the public for its efficiency , and
the boys are getting nuiuo of the
finest instruments to bo had. The
members are all of the energetic class
of young men , so noticeable in this
town and among which wo may men
FRANKLIN 0. J'LATT ,
who has an office in tuo bank build
ing , Mr. Platt came from Chicago
four or five years ago , after receiving
a course in law und eetrliid in this
now young city , beganltho" jrio
tico of law nnd "law only. " To-day
ho Jmu a snlondid library , and a largo
law practice which extends all over
Western Iowa , and bring * him to the
front iia ono of the growing men of
the fdopo , Eastward from thia sta
tion there are largo tracts of heavy
timber , nnd the thousands of acres
seem to bo inexhaustible for present
purposes , nnd every cook steve
is fed from the "wood pile. "
fltio umbiliouB young men nnd farmers
HODS have a "picked nine" that is
gaining some notoriety on the "dia
mend fluidj" trade is good , every
body is making money and roads
THK BEE ; politics nro hardly spoken
' ot , and then by way nf nn interoga-
tion aa to the "rusuUti" ; . , whilutho
corn , rje , OUH ; , birlow ' , wluut and
yraba are iho fluent in tlio
county , and inoio limn erin hundred
and twenty-five eiMiuru miles ot thia
rich farming country must como hereto
to trade. BUCKEYE.
Evils to tie Avoided-
Over-eating In In ono timeo an productive
nf evil na fnteinpuruuca iudrinklnp. Avoid
both , anil ko'p tlio blooj nuiified with
DuiioooK lii/joi ) I'ITTKIH , nnd you will bo
riiwaidoil with tobust lifiutli ami mi invlc-
ored Hyflloin. PiIcuSlUO. jy'5-dlw
now TO cuoosEra STATBUOOM.
Uaelul Points Qlvon by nn Old Traveler -
olor on Ocean Htoumora to u
"Havo you selected your Btato-
room ? " said a red-faced c-ld gontlo-
inan whom I .net as I ciino out of thu
"Oh , yeg. I hive a fine 0110--
number 203-right in the best psrt of
the hip. "
"How do you know it is ? "
"Oh , Ic n see by the pi in they
showed mo in the office. "
"Plan bo blon-edl Why , you don't
pick your stateroom out by that
thinp , do you ? You might ns well
solict n room tliroujli n dairyvoj ant
ni by nno of those infernal charts.
Don't you know that there nro nevermore
moro linn halt a dozin rooms on n
ship fit to live ii' ? nnd if you expect
to q < t olio of these jou mint look
alive , joung follow , take my word
for if. "
"What do you moan , ? '
"Why , you must go the dock and
look nt iho ship for yourself , aud pay
as little MUMitiuii to wlmt , , hoio chapi
'ell ' you nt the ntl'ici na you would to
ll'o gnbblo of n horse jookoy trying to
sell you a horso. It'n perfectly an-
lonishing how nearly every atate-
rotuu has somoinfowul nuiitanco ibnut
it which doas not nppn.tr on any I
printed p'an. If you are nor.r the
mnchinery you Irivo an intolornblo
noiio nnd h"at , and u''i\usiiitiii | ! aincll
of hot , churi ed oil. 1 f you are near
iho pantiy or tlio saloon you hnvo nn
indisaribablo bul odor from this
source , ininglul with llm constant rAttling -
tling t f diahon r.nd the ohtior of stew
ard * . If you are ncnr thu drying-
room you nro surrouiidcd by nn atmosphere -
mosphero of tuunly linev If you nre
too tar astern , every iviolution nf the
scrowwillbi ) lilto nil autfur baring
tlirouuhyour vitals , and lion1 , na well
ns if lee fur forward jou will find the
pitching of the vessel 1111 ndurablo.
You may csoapo nil these objretions ,
Hid then find what you took for an
iron post in y jur cabin is a diabolical
ash Muitii , throuub wlu'ch tons of
ashes will bo discharged during
the voyngo At midnight , nt
I in the morning , nnd al the hour for
your afternoon nap , the.ro wilj bo n
trLimtudouR rittlo of the lioisting
mnchine , Iho dumping of Iho nshca
into the shute , nnd the sliding through
it with n noise > \t if the tube pinned
right through the muldlo of your
poor old rtkull. Thesi > nro only n few
of the httlo pitf.ill.H which I could pomt
out to you all day , you know. Per
haps it. isu'r. woith while unyhow , for
when you have taken the nocpssiiry
trnublo to get yourself : \ good loom
you gonuvAlly find lluit the othur
beith is ( iccupiod by a dirty chap who
will bo sick as a dog all the time , aud
.Till never turn out loiu ; unoinli ; to let
the ntoward ninko bin bud Or if you
don't Imvo thia you linvi a couple of
Bqualiing babiea opposite you. "
"But there w such ,1 lot. of fresh air
out on the open oconn that it must
moro than ninko up for most ot these
little objections that jou havu been
aponkint ! of. "
"Uro.Uust humbug in the world , my
line young gontlomun ! All thin tulle
about fresh ; iir at ac.i ia the greatest
gammon you ever hoard of. Why ,
ono of the largo ocean steamers defiles
the air tor miles about her vrliero cr
she goes. It's worse than living near
a second claua livery otnblo , TJiuro is
never moro than n very nmall spnco on
dock whcro you feel that you can draw
a long brtiath , nnd you cun't oven oc
cupy this if the nliip iu crowded , or the
sea ia rough , or the wind blows hard ,
or it rains. In ono plnco you omull
the machinery , in another you smell
the ccoking , in another the steam drips
on you , in another you lira enveloped
in Binoko nnd cinderi" . Down below
everything is a hundred times woruo.
You naturally think your port hole
will bo open at night in line wonthor ,
but oven if the Boa is as Htill as
a mill pond , the atow.'rd will fcorow
up thu port with a wrench , nnd
then walk on" with the wrench ,
and there 3'ou are , awi'uting
nnd slewing and gasping for frcoh air
moro than you would on the top floor
of a third rr.to lodging house. You
ask himtoopun it for JMU oaily in the
morning , but ho tells you ho can't
do it because the sailort are going to
wash the decka , and the dirty water
will epliuili into the port hole and ruin
the velvet of the greasy old sofa , and
by tlio time there iu any show for a little
tlo ventilation you are up and dressed ,
nnd don't much caro. Of couiou in
Btcrmy weather you ntand no chance
nt nil. Hal ha ! it really makes mo
laugh Bomotimo ! ] to find myself nt sen
and searching abuut for n breath of
fiesh air na diligently no if 1 were
stowing in ( ho lowest Blums of Now
York. It is co ridiculous , you know.
Good day , young man. Bi n voyage. "
The led-facod old giutlmmui wna
Nourly a Mtrnolo ,
K. Anenith Hall , liliiiiliainpton , N. Y. ,
wrltoii "I Hulfertil for Hovcral miiiitlm
with n dull pain through lelt hint ; and
rlinuldcra. I laat my HlritH ] : , nnputito and
color , and could with didiculty keep up nil
day , My mother procured HOIIIU Buimouic
Ul.OOI ) Jill IKHS ; I to lc theiii an dlreuiod ,
itnd huvo felt no pain nlnca ( irntwtok after
iihinu tliPtn , and am now nulto veil. "
Sullivan & Fitzgerald ,
GROCERIES , PROVISIONS ,
Orookory , Glasflwaro ,
BOOTS , SHOES , ETC
A'so tjccnlH lor tlio follow IMU linn of
Steamship Companies :
Cunaid , Anchor , Onion , Aincrlean , and HUto
Ktuanwhlji Uoiniuilif. | !
For Hkle on tlio Moyal 1'ank of Ireland and DanU
of Ireland , Duhlin , 1ho e w n Intend to mud for
Muni * to any jmrt uf Kurojii ) wll lluu It to their
nuri'.t to ml til
Sullivan & Fitzgerald ,
343 Broadway , Council Bluffs Ta.
, .ui &Lanman's
To to Consumers of Carriages & BnggiwJ
I have a ompl fce stock of nil the LafcjsV ' .Styles
of 0 images , Phaetons and Opou and Top Buggies ,
Tae Oeleb rated Bra w tar 3icb Bar ,
The Ha'ulin Side Bar ,
The Whitney Side Bar , and
The Mullhalland Spring. ]
The Dexter Queea Buggy and Phaeton Also the
Old Holiablo jiSliptic Spring Buggies and Phaetons.
They are til made ot tlu best materials , aid under -
dor my own supervision.
I shouVi be pleased to have thoss desirous of pur
chasing to Ra'l ' and examine my stock. I will guar-
antea salisfaction and warrant all work.
H. F. HATTENHAUER ,
Corner Broadway and Seventh Streets.
( Successors to J. W. Rodefer )
WHOr.liSALU AND HETAtL JM2ALKHS IN
LACKAf AfflA , LEflffiH BLOSSBURG
GOHNELLSVILLE GOKE , CEMENT , LIME , PLASTER , ETC.
Ofllca No , 34 Penrl Street , Ynrdu Oor. IfiRhth Street and
Blovonth &voim > , Council Hluif .
T. T. ilAYNK. 0. E. MAYNE
mmil BLUFFS STEAM FACTORY
ED ROOMS , BROOM HANDLES ,
CORN IViEAL , GRAHAM FLOUR AND
The Very Beat of Broornu Constantly on Hand. The Hlyheat
Market Price Paid for
Corn , Oats , Rye , Barley
Parties Wishing to Sell Broom Corn Will Plaane
& OO- ,
; , J , E , ffletcalte and Irs , Belle Lewis
Are now doftllni ; In all kinds of fancy ( , 'ooils , dich as IACCS , l.'mliroldcrlcs , Ladlca' Undcrwc *
of all ik script Ions. Alao llnnillitrcliloiB , lioth In llk and linen , hose of all Klndi. thread , | ) lua ,
noedlurf , ttc. Wo ho | > u the laulcsslll call und eeo our stock of nooJs at 630 Broadway before go
M E T C A L F BROS. ,
W/IOLE8ALK DKALKItH. , IN
Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves.
CHICAGO PRIDES DUPLIOATED ,
Cn Avenue B , No , 1902.
Clothoa gathered up and ilellverud promtly ,
Best of Satisfaction Guarantee !
Lost Clotliis made gold ,
NO BETTER LADNDEY WEST
723 W. Broadway ,
LARSON & ANDERSON ,
Tills lami'lry Ilia JiHtbeori opnned for liuxl.
neux , and we nro now pr ipared to do la uidry
vorkof all klmUund guirantcu wvtluUctlon A
tpodalty made of line work , nidi nn collars ,
\ilfu , line klilrta , etc Wo want nmylioJy to
LAIISON .t ANDERSON
J U XUUUMWIS1 , K. li HIIUGAUT. A. W BTI1KKT ,
1'ro'Mont. Vitu-J'ns1 ! . C'ubhitr.
Of Unuuoll BluU'u.
under the lawj ol the btato of Iowa.
p capital . , . 9 75.1TO
Autlioilztduiplial . . . 20U.OOO
lu'erujt paid on tlma deposits. DraUu latutd
on the principal ultlcu of the United titatca und
Kuropu. SWvlaattintloi ] \ ulvuu to ttollottiouB
and uoirueji > ndvuue with crompt rotun.u.
J. J > . r/linund on , K.L. film/arl , J , T.IUrt ,
W. W. WrIUcu , J. W. Hodtor , 1 , A. lllhr ,
iA. W , fitrtit , i JTiltt
STARR & BUNCH ,
HOUSE , SIGN ,
PAPJ3R HANGING ,
KALSOMININB AND BRAININQ ,
Shop Oornor Broadway and Scott Bt
HUGHES & TOWSLEE ,
Confectionery , Fruits"Nuts
Cigars and 'I'obacco. fresh
Oysters and Ice Cream in
12 MAIN ST. ,
Council Bluffs ,
Onu of the bum a uind-clasj Hotels la the
Wtiet U Iliu
BROADWAY HOTEL ,
A. E IllltiWJi , Proprietor ,
Nou. 531 and L'dO llroul\vu > , ( ouncll llluffslow * .
Table bupjilled with tlio beat thu market af
fords. ( J od roorajand tlrot-claai hods. Terma
> cry ruuwiiiable.
UNION AVENUE HOTEL.
817 Lower Broadway ,
Mrs , C , CJerspacher & Son.
Kl hT CLA'S IlOfEL AT UKA80NABI.B
11(11 KL rOHSALE. GOOD Ul'ABONS ! OR-
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