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II THE DAILY BEB--MONIAlr ) , JULY 31
COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
City Mattel , Council BluHi. Ion a ,
WHOLESALE FLOUR HOUSE ,
Octtnl Agenli for the Celebrated Mills ol H. I ) . Ituth A. Co. . Golden Eagle Hour , Lcarcnwoith
Kn \ , And ( Jneon Tin Mill * , Sioux Fulls , Dakota.
JMCttrtnec , Smllh h Crl'tcmlcn ' , Council lUug'i.K. .
IE3I. . .HJ ,
WHOLESALE AND RfcTAlL
STATIOHERY AND PRINTER'S GOODS ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
TITLE ABSTRACT 0 F F 10 L
jr. "vsr. * & o icr x OK. 3a .as & < *
Lands and Lots Bought and Sold.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW HATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AN.D CONVEYANCERS ,
15 North Main Street.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN SHOE FINDINGS.
lUndjnttod uri'cn , In call ekln ami kip. Oak .tiul Hemlock fcOLE LEATHER , ntul nl
ooJs api'crtnlnlnit to the ulioo trade. Oo da soul i cheap m In the KM * .
JNiiW llLLJJMbi '
FOR STYLISH SPRING MILLINERY PATTERN BONNETS AND
CHILDREN'S HATS A SPECIALTY.
105 South Main Street. . Council Blufifs la.
Ihat never rtqulro crimping. nt Mrs. J. J. Good's Hatr Store , at prices nocr bclcro touched l > y
my other hnlr denier. Also n mil line ol switches , ttc. , nt * really reduced prices. Also ROM ,
elhcr and colored nets \Vtv\cs made from Ivllcs' own balr , Do not tall to mil licforo purchisint , '
elsonhero. All Roods warranted aj represented. MRS. J. J. GOOD ,
20 Main sired. Council BluCfs , lown.
MTHIM HOUSE !
At Bryant's Spring ,
Dor. Broadway and Union Sfcs.
Thin , Mullcnteil , V-por , Klcclrlc , 1'luiijro ,
DoiK.li , Shower , Hot and Cold llaths Com
petent 11 ale and lemilo i.uives nnd nttcndants
alnava on hind , and the licit ofra o and atten
tion'il\ patrons. Special tUti'iition gi\cn to
'batnlng children. Investigation aud i > atron go
eollcltcdDR. . A. H STUDLFA- Co. ,
100 Upper Broadway.
Dr. Stit'l'oy : Treatment of chronlo diseases
made a epccliltj. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
u. v.1 blood or use of
WAAJ.I w- > -ijbui\J knife. Cures lunjr diseases ,
AVn rVPUI.Mt Fits , ScrofuH , Lhcr Com-
Jri. ri. i1 k p'alnt ' , Uropsj , Ithcuma-
T 11 M fl K S tlsm , I'tner and Jlcrcur-
1 U IVI U II O M sires , hrjulrelii ) . Salt
Uheura , Scald Ho id , Citairh , weals , inflamed
and granulated Ejcs , . crofulous Ulcure nnd F -
inalo Dls aso' ol oil kinds. AUo Kidney nnd
Veucrlal diseases , lloiuorrholda or Piles cured
All discascj tteated upon thoprlnclpleoUegct-
able reform , without the use of mercurial pois
ons or the knifu.
Electro Vapor or M-dlcatod Biths , furnished
i \vho dcsiro them.
Hernb or Hupturo radically cured by the use
the Klastlc belt Truss and 1'lastcr , w bleu Ins
superior la the world.
CALL OH OR ADDUUS3
Drs , R. Eice and F , 0 , Miller ,
COUNOIL BLUFFS , la.
Feed and Sale SiaWes ,
18 North First Street ,
Bouquet's old stand. Council H nlN , loua.
WIuLAKD bMlTU. Prop.
. . ,
Practitioner of Homeopathy , consulting
Pliysiciaii and Surgeon ,
Ollico and residence016 Willow a\cnue ( Coun-
cl Uluff t Iov\a.
SINTON & WEST.
14 Pearl Street , Oounoil BlufFo-
Extracting-and fllllng n tpcclilty. First-dune
DR. AP. . HANCHETT ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office , No , 14 Pearl Street. Hoius , 0 a. m. to
2 and 2 p. in. , to 5 p , m. lloaldenco , 120
Bancroft Btreet. Telephonic connection ulih
F. T. SEYBERT , M. D. ,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - IA.
Oflico No. C , Everett Block , Broad
way , over A. Louie's Restaurant.
J. A. ROSS , Proprietor.
Corner Broadway and Fourth Sliecla.
Good accommodation * , good faro and courteous -
S. E. iAXON ,
Olilce over savings bank.
OOUNOIt. BLUFFS , Iowa.
W. 0. James , In connection with hla law and
collection bujlno 8bu)9 and cls ! real estate.
PereocB wishing to buy rr Bell city property call
t bU office , o\er liudhnclTa book etorc , Pearl
EDWIN J. ABBOTT.
Justice ot the Peace and
4l6Broadway , Council Bluffs
Dc < > di amlmorUacei drawn nd tcknowl i geii
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 Blufifs ; - - - Iowa
MRSTE , J , HARDING , M , ST.
Graduate of Elcetropathlc Institution , Phila
delphia , Peniu.
Office Cur , Broadway & Glenn Ave.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
The treatment ol all diseases and p.ilnful dlf-
fleuitlta peculiar to fciralcj a pccl < lty. _
J. Q. TIPTON ,
Attorney & Counsellor ,
Olflco over First National Ilauk , Council Blulls.
Iowa.V1I1 vractlco In the rtatn nnd federal
Sane and Poultry ,
Canalnaysue found a D. DANEHY' ? ,
130 Upper Uroadway
JNO. JAY FRAINEY ,
Justice of tie Peace ,
314 BROADWAY ,
Oounoil Bluffs , - - Iowa.
W B. MAUSS ,
Loans aMMEstate ,
I'roptlctor of aMtractg of Pottanattamlc
county. Olllco corner of Ilroadnay and Jlain
airot-ti- , Council Ululta , Ion a.
JOHil STEINER , M. D , ,
( Dcutschcr Arzt. )
ROOM 5 , EVERETT'S BLOOK ,
ulscaeea of women nnd children a upoclalty.
M , D , ,
FllKB DlSl'KKSAUV KVEHY 8ATU11DAY ,
Office In E\erctt'a lilock , Pearl trcot. Rest ]
donco C23 Fourth street. Olllco houra from 0 to
2 a. m. , 3 to 4 and 7 08 p. in Council I luQV
pT Ci GLftRKT
Pearl opposite the postofflco. One of
the oldest fratltlonere In Council Illuttd. Kails
[ 'faction guaranteed In all cases
DE , F. P. BELLINGER ,
EYE AND EAR SURGEON ,
WITH DR. CHARMS DEKTKEN.
Otflcooicrdnu store , 411 Broadway , Council
IllulU , Iowa. Al dUoascs of thuciu aid | oar
treated undtrtliomobt approved method an J all
ATTORNEY'-'AT-lAW ' ,
Will practice In all'EUto and Urltcd States
CourU. Hpeiki Cierman LAniu9i ; ; .
Handled Contest Between tbi
Lonventvortb Rods find the Coun
cil Bluffs Nine.
It scorned ns it the weather vras do
torniiuoil to spoil the promised apor
of n exciting contest bohveon the
Council Ulutfa nine ixnd the Lnvcn
worth Heds. The r.xin did succeed on
spoiling the arrnngctnon.s ( or the
gaino Friday i\ftornooti , nnd on Satur
day thcro Bcomod no boltor premise ol
any bolter condition of ntl'.ura , but the
boys WITO nerved on to play , partly
because such strong pressure had boon
brongh' to boar troin the Oinahn ball
tessera to got the Jleds to thtow up
the engagement ttore , nnd ] iluy thcro.
The Council HhilVi nine showed the
necessary pluck and shrewdness tu
keep their visitors hero , and then
showed tlio ssimi1 sort of pluck in win
ning the game Iroin their strong op
ponents , nnd by < ; rent odds , the scoio
buing 18 to U in favor of Council
The following is tlio score of the
AH. u. IHII TU. 1-0. , v i : ,
Strode , c li U 1 1 11 1 1
Ankwitti , c. f 0 ! 1 1 1 1
Mock , p 0 1 ! 1 U 15
Hart , 2tl ) 0 0 1 I 1 -I -
Clinton , I < tb..O 2 1 ! 2 12
iJrown , O. 8. . . . . ( !
Itnrdlu. 1. f *
llroun , M. r. f. . . a 1 1 1 -
Smith , 3ilb o 21 10 1
Totals ftl 18 11 11 1.V 22 2
. , vn. n , l.sn TU. i'o. A. i : .
Stilcp.ltt b..4 0 0 0 11 1 1
Ltflnr , I. f H
iMllftrs.s ] 3 0001-1"
Kim ; , r. f a
Uoiiioii , c. f 3 0 0 0 2 0 (1 (
Sutler , ! ) 3 5 -I
Colilreu , 3d b..3 0 0 0 2 0 0
Knuc , 2 < lb a
I'crsu'OD , c 3 0 0 0 -1 -I 0
Totals 'JS 000 27 15 10
12315078 ! l
Council lnirs..U ! .2 , 2 .1 2 0 7 0 0 IS
Lcaon worths..0 CTOOOOOOO-0
llnrneil runs CoiiticiilUuir , .
Strutk Out Council lUuir.1 , fl ; Loaven-
worthi" , 10.
Left on Unses Countil Ululfs , 5 ; Leav-
euworth" , 1.
Double I'lays-Council Blulli" , 1 ; Leav-
enworth" , 1.
I'asxcd Halla Loavonworth * . 3.
Wild I'ltcliui Leavenworthg , .
Umpire J. N. liowmaii.
Scorers K. S. Mnson and George C.
EvilR to lie Avoided-
Over-eating ii in ofio sense an prodnctlvo
of evil as intemperance inilrinkiuif. Avoid
Ijotli , anil keep the hlooil putilied with
Ul'KDocK 15tooi ) liiTTKits , niut you will be
ruwarded with robust health anil nu invip.
oraUyatem. Price § 100. jy23-dlw
Who Were Promptly Caught With
the Plunder In Their Possession.
Correspondence of Tlio llee.
WE.ST SIDK. IOWA , July 28. List
night about midnight some parties
broke opun the hardware store and
postoflico of 11. B. Allen , nt Wnllod
Like , and carried away valuables , in
cluding stamps , registered letters ,
small amount of money , nnd number
of revolvers. They forced the door
open by prying with chisels and bars ,
which they left when they retired.
Deputy Constable Goo. Burgnn nni
Lowio Stella , his assistant , arrived
liero this forenoon with n team , and
assisted by Deputy Shorift" McUrackcn
ind Marshal A. Schuyler , of this
[ ) lace , made a successful "still hunt"
of the town , culminating in the nr-
rest of two hard looking young men ,
13 they were about to take ' 'foot pas-
oago" westward on the track. They
started the foot race while they pulled
out their revolvers , of which they had
a good eupply , but they concluded note
; o uao them when they discovered the
sharp oIlicerB had the drop on thorn ,
and began throwing the silver-
plated pi&tols into the grass.
I5oth wore caught after a few minutes
search among the freight cars and tall
jrnss and weeds , and ironed together
they were loaded into n wagon and
started on n return to Walled Lake ,
had akit" of
They quite a burglar
tools , such as drills , punches , fu.so ,
several stolen revolvers , money and
postage stamps , The officers of Wall
ed Lake are spoken of in terms of
| ) raise for their great promptness nnd
jlliciont action , and they fool confident
they luuo the evidence to convict , beyond -
yond a doubt , and the general impres
sion was expressed that these parties
ire hardened in crime. Among other
: hings one of them oflercd to toll whore
lie threw a revolver if the constable
would give him n dollar. The inonoy
was promptly given him and they
'ound the death messenger as lie told
A Friend in Noocl.
Time over ami again TIIOMAB' KcfcKCTlllo
" 111. lmn proved .1 salutary friend to the
liatrOFHcd. As a reliable curalivn lor
erouiJ in children , sore throat and brim-
ehial affections , and as a positive external
remedy for pain , it is a nevor-fallini , ' anti
dote. iy. 5.dlw
The now Congregational church at
llanlan was dedicated Sunday , the
2J ! instant ,
A law school has boon established
in Keokuk in connection with the
college of Physicians and Surgeons.
Two young mon who last spring in.
ISutler county brutally outra od a MUs
NTeedlmm , have just boon arrested in
The ChicaKO , Milwaukee it St. J'nul
railroad company will build nn oxten-
lion of their road from Ottumwa to
The Clarriesa 0. Cook homo for in
digent females , at Davenport , is com
pleted at n coat of $25,000 , exclusive
of five acres of ground donated for thu
The contract for building the now
liotol to bo put up at Kmm&tsburg by
: ho Scottish American land company
has been let for SI0,000.
Tipton In having trouble with her
electric light company. The light , inS -
S end of coating forty cents a day , as
lirst figured , requires 800 pounds of
coal to run it one night.
On a train near Ottumwa the other
lay a masher grossly insulted a young
lady who was traveling alone. 8ho
Appealed to the conductor for proteo
lion , nnd to his credit bo it s.tid In
gave the scoundrel n vigorous thump
The DM Moines Lender has ti spe
ciftl from Lowrie , saying that tii ! > ronr <
oichtoon cases of small pox at Lk <
City , CalliMin comity , that thro <
deaths had occurred , and nnothor wa !
1' . McCoy , of Boonr , while draw *
it'g the pump out of his well to clear
it , lost Ins balance nnd foil hoadforC'
m st into the well. Ho was not
missed for several hourc , and ivhen
found hia foot only were sticking out
of the water.
The governor has appointed A. A.
Reynolds , of Clinton ; S. P. Bryant
and C S. Wntkins , of Diyonporl ;
Mrs. Ctt'orgo 0. Wright , of Do-i
Moines , and Mrs A. C. Lowollyn ,
matron of Girls Reform school , to
represent Iowa nt the national conference -
once of charities nnd correction nt
Madison , August 7.
Mrs. Cluto , of P\cilic .Junction , is
the binncr woman as i\ bread winner.
She eota nil of the typo for the ( in-
zetto , nnd nt odd times perform ) nil
of the household duties for her family ,
consisting t > f her husband , herself and
t o boarders , cooking three full mealu
a day , nnd is as hnppy nnd cheerful ns
A Marshall town mother uas start
led the other day at hearing piercing
shrieks from her baby , which she put
on Iho grass in the front yard , and
running quickly to the * pjt WAS horri
fied to see that n hog had the little in
nocent by the ear nnd was drugging it
nwny. The chiltl has ft sore oar but
otherwise is nil right.
Fortunes or Farmers iiuil Mc-
Thousand * of dollars can bo saved by
iiitf proper judgment in Ukiiu care of
: ho health of younelf nnd family , If you
are bilioui , ha\o fallow coinjilexlon , poor
appetite , low and depressed niiriU , and
jenorally debilitated , do not delay mo-
ncnt , but go nt < mce ; and procure a hot-
tie of those wonderful Electric Uitters ,
wliicli never fail to cure , nud that for the
trilling mm of fifty oentn. ITribuuo.
SoldbvO. F. Goodman.
American lloro Worship
Clilc.i ° 4 imoi.
The story ran nlong ono of the
I'onnsylvania linoi of railroad that
Jio illustrous son of Boston , Mr. Sul
livan , whoso f 11 ino him oull'ered some
slight eclipse owing to his failure to
carry out n contract relative to the
suppression of the gentleman from
England known in the sporting world
is Tug Wilson , waa en board ono of
the trains. If the announcement had
boon that Arabi Pasha was passing
that way with Admiral Seymour in
liot pursuit , it could not have created
more popular interest. At every sta
tion the plattorms were crowded with
throngs tf people , many of whom
Intel abandoned their work to citch a
glimpse of the victor of Paddy Jlynn.
Tliero was everywhere a loud demand
that the hi ro atop forward
to receiro Ilia merited plau
dits. The conductor of
the train , advised of the excitement
along tbo line nnd desirous of doing
what Iny in his power to gratify the
grateful curiosity of his countrymen
and reiloct honor upon his train , in
duced the drummer of a Now York
shirt house to personate Mr. Sullivan.
He appeared upon the platform of the
car and bowed like a Chesterfield
while the brawny ndmirots of the ox-
jononts of the manly art cheered him
without stint. This furco was kept up
all along the lino. If this particular
drummer had as muchmuacloiis drutn-
nors nro generally supposed to have of
cheek , ho would hnvo passed readily
enough for the "best" man in Ameri
ca. If a great philanthropist had been
upon the trainsomo , ronoirned human *
tarian , some great professor of the
of the healing art , some preacher of
ho word , would the workom of theeo
shops have thrown down tJidir tools to
run out and cheer him on his way !
Frank linrdal , North ] ! enn' > tt tcet.tr
iuiralo , says : "I have tiied your SriiiNO
SI.OSSOM M a family medicine and have
lever como across miythiu ; , ' to do HO much
; oed in HO abort a time in cnuei of iiuli iw-
ion , dyspepsia anil derangement of the
itomach ; 1 strongly recommend it. " Price
iO cents ; trial botllcd 10 coiitH.
A WOMAN'S onVr AND am P.
loldlnf ? by the Gown iibomnumbullBt
Who was Suaponded from an
Upper Story Window.
Athnla Constitution ,
List night n lady vho resides on Ivy
St. was ' 'at homo" to quite a number
jf her friends , and n pleasant evening
vas the result. Before the hour for
separation had arrived , however , ono
if the guests of thu lady w.ii taken
Hi i e ill and escorted to u bed room ,
rhoro she was disrobed and made fool
as easy as every possible kindness
could i il'er. About 12 o'clock she fell
nto n quiet sleep , and the jounglndy
who was watching by her side , think-
ng that her uuest had forgotten her
11s in sweet slumber , lay tlon-n upon u
tiofu beside n window in tlio room , nnd
was soon lost to the cu.euof the world.
low long she slept nho does not
mow , but while in the midst of n
) lcsant dreamsho felt something brush
icross her face , and with n star1- ,
twoko , Her awaking saved the life
if her friend , but came near causing
lor own death.
The something which brushed across
icr face and awoke her was the night
dress of that friend , who hud , in n
lomnambullHtio fit , arisen from her
jed and walked across thu room to the
window besides which the lady was.
sleeping. To got to the window she
irawled over the sleeping t mr. of her
lost , and then began an f.xit which
mist have resulted in death but for
ho work of her gown. Hardly realiz-
tU what nhu waa doin/ ( , the lady crab-
> od the R'hito fabric which had aroused
icr with both handd , and as she did HO
tor cars were grouted with screams
list outside the window. In an in-
.Unit . she realized that aho was hold-
tit. her friend in mid-air , nnd that to
ooson her grasp on the cloth WHS to
isuro her death , Shu waa not physi
cally btrong , but with n nerve rarely
equalled she tightened her hold and
hen joined in with her friend's caller
or aid. Boon their combined screams
iwoko the inmatbn of thu house , who
mstcni'd to the room and rescued thu
roung lady from her i until position.
AH sot n as the somnambulist , for such
she acknowledged herself to bo , was
drawn into the room , the young lady
\\hun.viidher life fainted , and this
naming her nervous prostra'ion is BO
great that her friends arc in c-roixt mix
ioty for hor.
"Wells' Health Honower" restorei
health and vigor , euros Dyspepsia ,
Impotence , Sexual Debility. SI.
Si. Lou * Dejnili Inn.
If Americans are the most oxtravft' '
Rant mont-ontoifl in thu world il is bo
catun they have moio moat of good
to eat than any other poet > los.
Uur wosttru prairie * abound in cittlo ,
our western farms with * heop and pigs ,
ami our f * roata hnvo been well sup.
plied with game ; and thcso sources ol
supply havu ijiven us not only nn
abundance of chnap tlosh , butagrentot
variety to choose from than is to bt
found elsewhere , except oomc of tlu
distant British province1) ) . But it is
becoming evident that meat \\illnol
nlwajs bo abundant nnd cheap. Tfu
sharp watninij conveytd in thu rlso in
: > rieos last spring cannot bo safely over-
looked. That auddon and nnlooki-d-
for advance wns caused by the perishing -
ing of cattle in Colorado nud Montrmn
in thosovero winter of 1881 , nnd tht
starving that followed the drought ol
ast sunimor and llieso canst-ft may be
encouutortd niain. Besides , the
western slates nro settling up rapidly ,
xud firms nnd fences nro taking up
the lands that served na free cvllle
ranges Cotton nnd gr.iin farms nro
.Hishii . ) ) * the feeding ground In Texas
lurther nnd further west every year ;
ind the plains nnd valleys of Colorado
uid Montana nru being gradually con
verted into farms , from which all cattle
tlo , except such as belong to the land
owners , nro excluded. Ton years
from now six or seven million souls
will have bai'n ndded to ourpopulntion ,
and this will materially circumscribe
the nroas now occupied ns free feedIng -
Ing grounds lor cattle. A short grainer
or potato crop may bo made good in n
singlu year , but the destruction nmde
n c.Utlu herds by n severe winter or n
calamitous drought , which onuses ani
mals to perish for wnnt of forage
xnd water , cannot bo repaired for several -
oral years. With n succession of fa
vorable eoasoim , permitting the forc
ing of young ammala by liberal feeding -
ing , the present scarcity nwy bo over
come , nnd the price of meat brought
jown to a point within the reach of
aboring mon. Hut it is possible that
, ho day of ohoan meat in the country
s ended ; that beef and mutton will
bo exalted into a luxury , anil that
Familioa t f limited means will need to
provide themselves with such substi
tutes ns can \M \ obtained. In the old
countries chouse is the fnvoritosubsti-
tuto for meat , nnd it is largely used in
Kngland , Scotland nnd 1'Vanco. ' Our
people hnvo nol treated this estimable
article of food with the rospuct it is
entitled to , and n very lar o" proportion
tion of the cheese mndo in the country
figures chit lly in our export lables ;
it goes abroad to bo eaton by
Europeans , who more accurately
appreciate it. An American
laborer would regard a nual
of broad and ehuesu as poor fare , nnd
even the fnRhiun in higher circles
which proscribes n bit of cheoao after
dinner ns an agent of digontion is re
luctantly observed. In Europe the
article is considered thu basis of n
good meal in families of limited
moanp , and a dinner of broad nnd
cheese , with sotno cheap bovorngo ns
an accompaniment , is never despised ,
Cheese eating will certainly increase
with the scarcity of moat , and this
will cause cheese-making to bocnmo
an important feature in western ngri-
culluro. Tlio creamery system inau
gurated in Iowa and Northern Illi
nois gives the key t" the moat econom
ical and satisfactory method of con
verting milk into both ljulter nnd
cheese , nnd as the demand for those
articles must grow with the iiicroaiiiig
scarcity of mo.it , dairy farming cumot
but continue n profilnbio the most
profitable form of agriculture in the
Nearly n Miraolo.
] ' . Anenith Hull , Uintjhampton , N. Y. ,
writes : "I Buffered for Haveral month *
with n dull pain through loft htn nnd
1 loit my npiritH , npputito and
color , and could with ilillicuUy keep up all
day , MV mother nrocured HOIIIO ItuitDooi ;
IJwoi ) JimivUM ; I tiHc thoiu nit directed ,
and have felt no pnln i-inco lirnt week after
lining tlipin , and am new quite well , "
Price Sl.OO. 'jyM-dlw '
Sullivan & Fitzgerald ,
GROCERIES , PROVISIONS ,
Crockery , Glassware ,
BOOTS , SHOES , ETC
A'no r'cnta | for the follo\\hiK llfieB of
Steamship Companies :
Cunard , Anchor , ( lulan , American , ai.il Ktitc
BtcunNlilp ( Joui | ruilcs ,
3D > 3ECA. . OEX" S
For sale on tlia lloyal Hank o ! Irrlan I arid Hank
ol Ireland , Dublin. 'Jhnio w o Intend to ucml for
frlenild toanv part of hiiropo will lint. It to I licit
ictm'.t to lull on
Sullivan & Fitzgerald ,
343 Broadway , Oounoil BluTs , la-
Inrray Iron forks ,
KAI1M IIILU ,
, A Spooialty ,
Tlio Largi-ot Iron Working Katablisli.
inuiit in the htnto ,
\MlitTI UKKH Of
Steam Engines ,
The Howard Automatic Out-Off
Bend ( orulrciilu. 81-lm
IViiiny , lifiilu. ii' H iiiinctwl | | r liullw
in "WINE Or 0/i ! ni "
To the Consumers of Carnages & Buggies ,
I have a co.uplata stock of all the Labis' , Styles
of C < irriiges , Phaetons dud Opei and Top Bugg.es ,
Tne Celebrate i Braw tor 8ids Bar ,
The Haiolin Side Bar ,
The Whitney Side Bar , and
The Mullhalland Spring.
The Dexter Queen Buggy and Phaeton &lao the
Old Robable Kliptic Spring Bugles and Phaetons.
They are ill made or tha best ina < erials , aid un
der my own supervision ,
I should bo pleased to have thosa desirous of pur
chasing to call and osamine 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 )
WllOLKSAtiU AM ) 1U5DAIL DEALERS IN
LACKAIAfflA , LEHI&H , BLOSSBURG
CONNELLSVILLE COKE , CEMENT , LIME , PLASTER , ETC.
Ofllco No , 34 Pearl Street , Ynrdo Oor. Eighth Street and
Elovouth Avenue , Oounoil Bluffo.
V. T. MAYNE. 0. E. MAYNE ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS STEAM FACTORY
BROOMS , BROOM HANDLES ,
CORN MEAL , GRAHAM FLOUR AND
The Very Beat of Brooms Conattiutly on Hand. The Highest
Market Price Paid for
Corn , Oats , Rye , Barley
OPartios Wiahing to Bull Broom Corn Will Please
Irs , J , E , letcalfe and Irs , Belle Lewis
Are nowdcallnirln all klndaof fancy gooda , mch nn I.nccs , Kmliroldcrlog , Lidlci' Undorwra
of all diBcrlptlnna. Alan Jlmulkerc.lilulfl , lioth In Bilk and linen , lioso of all Kltid > . threaJ , plnj ,
ncudleH , ttc. Wo liopo thu laulea will ( .all ami ECO our stock of Roods at 630 llroadway before | ra
METOALF BROS. ,
WHOLESALE DKALEHS IK
Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves.
CHIOACO PRICES DUPLICATED.
On Avenue B , No. 1902.
Clothus ijathcrod up aid delhcrud promptly ,
BcBt of Saiinfaotion GuarantooJ.
Ixiat Clothm rnadg gold ,
NO BETTER LAONDEY WEST
JT. OT. 3ECTTJ030.
723 W. Broadway.
LARSON & ANDERSON ,
Till ) laun ! < ) ' 1m Just hocn opxtiixl for Imul.
IICIIK , and uuaro mw jirtpareil to do Itindry
v ork of til klndu and n iri'itcu Hatltluctlon A
tpucUltynialo of line work , mull ai MUr ,
ild , llnuihlrta , etc. Wo want mcrj'ljoiy to
LAHSON .t ANPKItSON.
J U fUMU.Mmn.V , K.I , HII I'd A KT , A U BTIIKKT ,
I'rjilcLiit.ii.uraat. . Caslikr.
OritanUed under Iho law j of the State of Iowa.
I'uld up uinltal . 9 Tfi.0'0
Authorized taplml . , . 200,1)00 )
In'cruHt ' ) uld on tlma depoult * . Drafts labiiril
nn the jirlncipil u'.tlen of thu United Htatca anil
Huropa. t-puclal uttrntlon uhoti to colluUloua
uijj torrunp jiiduntu wltli prouijit retutiia.
J I ) . Kdmunilmii. K. L. Mm/art , J. T.IItit ,
W. W. W.IUio , J. W. Uodfor , 1. A. Ml hr ,
A.V , Struit , J > 7iU !
STARR & BUNCH ,
HOUSE , SIGN ,
PAPER HANGING ,
KALSOMININQ AND GRAINING ,
Shop Corner Broadway and Soott St
HUGHES & TOWSLEE ,
Confectionery , Fruits.Nuts
Cigars and Tobacco , Fresh
Oysters and Ice Cream in
12 MAIN ST. ,
Olio of the but eaond-claad llotclu la tlio
Wcdt la the
BROADWAY HOTEL ,
A. K DIWW.V , I'rpprUtor.
Nos. (31 ind 630 DroadMU } , ! ouncll llluffdIowi.
Table supplied ulth tbo bcdt the market uf-
fordd. ( j.od roonu mid flrbt-clauj hedj. Teruia
817 Lower Broadway ,
Mrs. C. Gerspacher & Son.
KlIlfcT CLASS IIOTKf , AT HEASONABU5
I'lllOK * . 'J'HANSIKN'J'S ACCOA1MOUATED
IIOU'.L I'O.ltiALt : . CJOOU UEAiOXS 1'OR