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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1882)
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COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
City Matkct.Ccnneil Bluffs , Ion a ,
WHOLESALE FLOUR HOUSE ,
Central Agents for the Celebrated Mlllt ol H , D. lUieh & Co. . Golden Eagle Flour , Ltavenwoith
Harms , and Queen Bee Mill * . Sioux Falls , Dakota.
e , Smith fc Criitdiden , Council BlnH , la.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
STATIONERY AND PRINTER'S GOODS ,
COUNCIL BLUFF3 , IOWA.
TITLE ABSTRACT OFF ICE.
T. "VST. ttx , CR XT X XC , XI Sz O O.
Lands and Lots Bought and Sold.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW KATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS.
COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA.
15 North Main Street.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN SHOE FINDINGS.
Ready-fitted uppers , In cull ekln And kip. Oak and Hemlock bOLE LEATHER , nd nl
codi appertaining to the hoa trade. Oofdinold M cheap aa In the Kast.
MH81 MI MILLINERY STOEE
FOR STYLISH SPRING MILLINERY PATTERN UONNliTS AND
CHILDREN'S ' HATS A SPECIALTY.
105 South Main Street. Council Bluffs la ,
That never require crimping , at Mrs. J. J. Good's Hair Store , at priced nccr before touched by
any other hair dealer. Alto a lull line ot euitched , etc. , tit greatly reduced prlcns. Also gold ,
ellver and colored nets. Waxes tnado from Mies' own hair. Do not fall to tall bctoro purchaetug
elsewhere. All goods warranted as represented. MUS. J. J , GOOD ,
29 Main strcci , Council llluCTg , Iowa.
BATHIM HOUSE !
At Bryant's Spring ,
Cor , Broadway and Union Sts.
Plain , Medicated. Vapor , Electric , 1'lunge ,
Douch , Shower , Hot and Cold Batha. Com.
petont ttttle and Icmalo nurcos and at'cndants
always on hand , and the beat of rate and atteu-
lion given imtrone. Spoclal attention ( jlvm to
bathing children. Investigation aud patronage
solicited DR. A. II STUDLEY & Co. ,
106 Upper Broadway.
Dr. StudioTrtatmcut ol chronic diseases
made a specialty.
UEMOVED without the
CAIOEES drawing ol blood or use of
' knllc. Cures lunr ; diecoscs ,
ANm nTPVI ? Fits , Scrofula , Llor Com-
A P'allltDr ' ° P8 > ' ' I" -
T II M n R S tism , * 'o\cr and Ilercur-
I U HI U K1 O laiBOrc9i Krjslpclag , Salt
Hhcura , Scald Head , Catarrh , weak , Inflamed
and granulated Ejca , t-crolulous Ulcvrs and Fe
male. Disease i of all kinds. Also Kidney and
Ycnerial dlsuascs. Ilomorrhoida or I'llcs cured
All diseases treated upon thoprlnclpleof -
able reform , without thu usu of mercurial pols-
onaor the knife.
Electro Vapor or Mtdlcatod Baths , furnished
who desire them.
Hernia or Rupture radically cured by the use
the Elastic belt Truss and I'Jaster , which has
superior In the world ,
CALL OS OR ADDRESS
Drs , E. Rice and F , D , Miller ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , la.
Peed and Sale Stables ,
\ 18 North First Street ,
Bouquet's old stand , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
WILLAIID SMITH. Prop.
. . ,
Practitioner of Homeopathy , consulting
Office and residence 016 Willow a\cnue , Coun-
cl Uluffs , Iowa. _
SINTON & WEST.
14 Pearl Street , Council Bluffs.
Extractlngand Oiling a specialty. First-class
DR. A. P. HANCHETT ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office , No. 11 Pearl Street. Hotuf , 0 a , m. to
J. , and 2 p. m. , to 6 p , m. Residence , 120
Bancroft street , Telephonic connection with
F. T. SEYBERT M. D.
. . , . . ,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - IA.
Office No. 5 , Eyorott Block , Broadway -
way , over A. Louio'a Restaurant.
J , A. BOSS , Proprietor.
Corner Broadway . .nd Fourth Streets.
Good accommodations , good ( are and cour
it a aaa : . 33 o
Office over esulayt bank ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - Iowa.
W. 0 , James , In connection with hla law and
collection business buya and sells real estate.
Persons wishing to buy rr sell city propcrt > call
at hla office , o\er Buahncll'a book store , Pearl
EDY/IN J. ABBOTT.
Justice oi the Peace and
Notary Public ,
415Broadway , Council Bluffs
Deede jindtnortjigca drawn and acknowl god
WATER WAVES ,
In Stock and Manufactur
ed to Order.
" \Vavoa Made From Your Own Hair.
TOILET ARTICLES ,
All Goods Warranted as
Represented , and Prices
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
337 W. Broadway ,
Council Bluffs ; - - - Iowa
IRS , E , J , HAEDING , M , D , .
Graduate of Electropathlc Institution , Phila
delphia , Penni.
Office Cor , Broadway & Glenn Ave.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
The treatment of all diseases and pnlnful dif
ficulties peculiar to loroalm o specialty.
J. G. TIPTON ,
Attorney Koesellor ,
Office over First National Bank , Council Bluffs.
Ion a. Will practice lu the etata and federal
courts FRESH FISH !
Game and Poultry ,
Can alwa > a be found n B. DANEHY'8 ,
130 Upper Uroaduny
Justice of the Peace ,
314 BROADWAY ,
Council Bluffs. - - Iowa.
W. B. MAYES ,
Loans andEealEstate ,
Pioprlotor of abstracts of Pottawattamlo
county. OIIIco corner of Broadway ami Main
streets , Council Blutla , Iowa.
JOHN STEINER , M , D. ,
( DcuUcIier Arzt. )
ROOM G , EVERETT'S BLOCK ,
i/leea'e8 ' of ttomen and children a epoclalty.
PTOONTUOMERY. M , D , ,
FBKB DISI'KNHAUY EVKUY SATUUIUY.
Office In K\crctt' block , I'carl troct. llcfl ,
jenco ( Ifc3 Fourth street. OIIIco hours from 9 to
2 a. in. , 2 to 4 and 7 08 p. in. Council I lulls
F. G. GLARK ,
I'carl opposite the poitofllco , One of
thaoMeitfiajtltloners In Council Bluffs. Batls
Ufactlon jfiiarinteed In all cases
DR , F. P. BELLINGER ,
EYE AND EAR SURGEON ,
WITH Bit. CIIAULES DKETKEN.
Office o\crdru ? utoro , 414 Broadway , Council
Dlullx , loua. Al dUca < L9 of the fjo and car
troittil undirtheiiiODtapproittl method and all
curru guaranteed ,
Will practice In alll btito anil United a tales
Courts. Hretki Ocrmiin Laaguige ,
WuMEN AND STREET CARS ,
Peculiarities of the Gentler Sox In
Getting On and Off the Vehicles.
Chicago Ntw. ' ,
'Turn your face to the front , mod-
am , " said the conductor of nn open CAT
on the West Madlaou street line , to n
fat , pudgoy , red'fncod womnn , who ,
with tlio upright post clasped tightly
in her nrma , and ono foot reaching
painfully for the earth , scorned bent
on alighting nt the side of the car before
fore the driver could stop.
The red-faced wonmi said not n
word , but glared liorcly nb the con *
ductor , and suddenly releasing her
hold on the upright , her foot striking
the earth with sutliciont force to jam
her into the ground like a post No
aoonerhnd ho landed than she. lurched -
od forward like n ship in a storm ,
throw her arms akimbo and seemed to
bo trying to take her bearings. Then
she made a rush for the sidewalk ,
which she reached pufiing and blow
ing like a porpoise , at the same tnno
gazing after the car in the uttnost as
tonishment , as though wondering how
t had boon so terribly shaken up.
"Just like them nil , " said the con
ductor , a grizzled veteran whoso rugged -
god but animated face and sharp gray
eyes marked him as an unusually ob
servant man , who , in his way , was
somewhat of a philosopher. " 1'vo '
boon running over since the good old
times when the bojs didn't carry bell-
punches , and some of them made moro
money than the stockholders , and I
novcr yet saw the woman who could
got on and oil'properly. . In that re
gard they ain't got as much sense as
nn ostrich , and if they'd study the
laws of gravitation until Gabriel toots
his horn they wouldn't know any moro
about maintaining the center ot grav
ity than a wild turkey does about
gottiu * out of a trap. "
" > Yhy don't you teach them some
thing about the business ) " asked nn
"Learn 'oml learn 'cm ! you might
na well try to learn an alligator to
crochet. Nobody can do that , and
the women won't listen to nothin' the
conductor nays nohow. Jest look at
that last ono. I ktiowod she'd lot go
before the car stopped , and I wanted
her to turn round so she wouldn't bo
tumbled on her face , but she took the
chances 'tother way , nnd for a wonder
kept her feet ; but sho'll try the thing
over nsrain to-morrow. Experience
don't do "oin any good. "
"How do the women generally got
on a car.
"Well , usually with a straight rush ,
like n bull at a red rag. They seem to
think if they don't board a car ( if it
bo n box car ) aa the roar plattorm
roaches the crossing there ia no possi
bility of their succeeding altortvjird.
Now , a driver can't always stop his
car at the right spot , any moro than
an engineer can his engine ; but a
woman can't learn this fact , either ,
and she always makes an attempt to
gut on n car at the crossing , whether
it haa stopped or not. She first grabs
the railings with a determined grip ,
and then , with her face squarely to
the front , raises ono foot to the plat
form and kcops the other fixed on the
earth until the movement of the car
has placed thcso two members of her
anatomy ii. the position of the Colos-
us at Hhodes. About this time she is
ready to screech with terror , but the
car stops and she clamors on end
peacefully seats herself. If shs could
learn anything she would long ago
have found out that if a car is going
to her loft , she could grasp thu rail
ings , turn her face to the front , lift
the right foot to the platform , and
she would ba on the car with scarcely
ati exertion. But she won't do it.
Not much. The average woman
knows too much to bo learned any
thing by a man , and you just ought to
see how diguatcd they look when a
suggestion is made to them as to the
proper thing to do in getting on and
oil'a car by ono of the other sex , and
particularly if ho is a conductor. "
Personal observation and conversa
tions with other conductors bore out
the statements of this veteran to a
largo degree. The others said that ,
with ono exception , though they car
ried the same women every day for
years , none of them know ouo who
could get on and oil'a street car
properly. The exception was a Mil
waukee avenue conductor , who said
ho carried a number of shop girls , who
came down tcwn every morning to
work , and that they disdained to
signal the car to stop when going at
any ordinary rate of speed , but
would take hold of the railings as
the car passed and swing on as easily
and gracefully as the most export con
No Matter What Happens
you miy : rcit assured that you are safe in
uelnf speedily cuicd by TIIOMAH' KCLKO-
Ti 10 OIL , ia all casea of rheumatism , neu
ralgia , toothache , etc. Ono trial only id
necttsary to pro\e iti ellicacy.
FESTIVITIES IN ARIZONA.
Dancing ana Shooting In the 'Iruo
Tcmlutonu En tap"j ,
There was a dance at Culubasas on n
recent Sunday night. Ordinarily this
would bo an event of little moment ,
but on this particular occasion it calls
for moro than passing mention , It
wus a hetoiogencous gathering , com
posed principally of American men
and Mexican women. There were
throe white women in the party , re
cent arrivals from Tucuon , and of
courao they were the puts , The Mex
ican women danced and enjoyed them
selves thoroughly , but among the
Americana of the same sox there was
n bitter rivalry. The cause jf the dif
ficulty is unknown , but certain it is
that it existed , and if ono of them
wanted to waltz , another wus sure to
call for a schottische , while the third
had her heart set on a quadrille ,
As may bo expected , each of thorn
was escorted by n cavalier , and as iv
natural consequence the cavalier was
a warm partisan of the hobbies and
foibles of his lady. Under these cir
cumstances the position of prompter
was not an enviable one. Sally's
"cavalier" would call out "givo us n
waltz , " and Jennie's "bull boy" would
reply , "givo uu a rest ; do you want uu
dancin' waltzes all night ? Turn the
music IOOBO on a quadrille and seu us
skip. " At this stage Nellio'a "foller"
would chip in ' 'to with your
waltzes and quadrilles ; let uu sail
through a polk * * .
When it h remembered that the
three most estimable doapuradoes in
the town were the partnc/s and parti
of the girl , the position of the
prompter can bo boot understood. Ho
finally announced that , conceiving it
impossible to unite the dancers on anyone
ono thing , ho would toke the reins in
his own hand nnd "run the racket" to
suit himself , Ho therefore announced
a quadiillo. Scarcely wns the word
out of his mouth when dim Smith ,
Jennie's "striker , " drew his pistol
and commenced to pump load into the
The latter lived for about half n
minute and was berne from the room
n corpso. His name was Harrington
nnd ho was a barkeeper by profession.
Ere the dead body Wns wolf out of the
room the dance was resumed and con
tinued with usual vigor , Mr. Smith
had everything his own way and no
body disputed his authority on the
promises. Next morning ono of his
rivals of the night before made the as
sertion that the prompter did not got
n fair deal. The opinion thus ex
pressed was convoyed to Mr. Smith
and ho wont in quest of the detractor.
A shooting match onsucd , in which
Smith was again victorious , the other
party cjming out of the contest with
ono arm in a dilapidated _ condition.
At last accounts Mr. Smith was n
prominent and respected citizen of
Calabasas , with nothing to mar his
pleasures , sports or pastimes ,
For aged men , womeiij weak and
sickly children , without n rival. Will
not cause headache. Brown's Iron
Bitter * .
A Now Typo-Sottlnu Machine.
Ittitford ( Conn. ) Letter to Epilngflcld HqmMI
The most perfect specimen ofa lypj.
setting machinn ia now substantially
complete in n private room nt Colt's. '
It has yet to stand the test of manu
facture and actual trial , but as it now
stands it is a marvel of ingenious and
} ct not complicated mechanism.
Judged from description , the machines
uaou by the London Times are not to
bo named the same week with this.
According to recent account , the Times
machine kdcstrcys throe or four col
umns of typo a day nnd will not dis
tribute , so that it has boon found necessary -
cossary to have now typo castdailyand
brought to the machines in tubes.
Now , every ono who has soon the Colt
machine work admits that its work in
setting the typo nnd in diitributing it
is faultless. 13y n very ingenious ar
rangement it distributes while it sets ,
and the work of distribution being
slightly moro rapid than the setting
the cases ixro always full. The distrib
utor is regulated in such a way that
the inst-int the most frequently need
letter case ( say that of E ) is lilted the
work of distribution stops , to bo re
sumed as soon us the case begins to bo
emptied. If the machine will do the
work of two men in setting typo ( nnd
much bolter than this is claimed for
it ) , it can readily be said to do the
work of four , since the tedious work
ot distribution is disposed of at the
same time as a sort of side issue. And
each letter goes into its appropriate
case as certainly and regularly as the
Yale key fits its own lock. The only
doubts about the machine varo us
to the "justifior , " but this is claimed
to bo complete now , and certainly it
would seem a simpler thing to arrange
this than to have mndo the other ports.
used to say : "Boy , if your blood ia out of
order ti v Hurdock tea ; and then they had
to dig the Burdock nud boll it down in ket
tles , nmking it nasty , smelling decoction ;
now you get all the curative properties put
up in a palatable form in liUHDOCK Ul.oou
BITTEHS. Price $1.00 , trial size 10 cents ,
Something About Potroloum.
When the history of the Nineteenth
century shall bo written , there will
bo no moro curious chapter than that
T.hich shall toll of the working of the
marvellous petroleum mines of Penn
sylvania. Petroleum has been known
from the earliest times , and although
it was used by the Indiana and the
English and Gorman settlers as a med
icine , it was not until some twenty.two
or twenty-throe yean ago that it was
employed for illuminating purposes.
In Juno , I860 , the production ot' the
Pennsylvania oil Hold was just J ,000
barrels ; last month it amounted to the
enormous total of 80,409 barrels , each
containing forty-two gallons of petro
leum. Since 1800 , the price fluctuated
as much as the most inveterate
speculator could possibly desire ,
the yearly average price being as high
as § 9.85 $ and us low as 45 cents a bar
rel. Tno cause of these violent Hue-
tuationa is Mio discovery of now wolla
or the giving out of old ones. Quito
recently a now district was discovered
in Cherry Grove , situated in what iu
known as the Warren district , The
mines dunk there were at first reported
as enormously prolific. Four of them
produced from 2,000 to1,000 barrels a
day each , and the oil producers were
aghuatnt the immensity of the discov
ery. The Cherry Grove was no leas
than 2,000 acres in extent , nnd at any
point in this territory it was possible
that n 1,000 birrel oil well might at
any time ho struck , A speck's oi panic
seized the oil mailcot. The price
dropped steadily from 85 cents to ! ! )
cents and it scorned for a moment that
the price nt oil might , in the future ,
bo only whatever the consumer should
wish to pay for it. A few old heads ,
however , wore not frightened by the
general stampede. They had neon
almost as wonderful discoveries in past
days fizalo out r.a co.nplotcly us an oil
lamp nithoutniiyoil , andthoy thought
that such might bo the case nguin.
Nor were they dwanpoiiitod , The
wells which a month ago \reio
running from 2,000 to , ' ( ,000 barrels a
day , fell off to 000 to 800 barrels about
a fortnight ngo , and thouo running
from a.OOO to 4,100 dropped to 1,000
o 1,100 , This was a sure sign
that they wore not ponmninl , und at
the present moment oven thin produc
tion has largely decreased. Then the
great extent of country which was at
first thought to bo so prolific was grad
ually narrowed down , so that it is now
certain that no now wells of any mi-
count will bo discovered , Not only
have the confines of this district homi
defined and dry wolla ntruek upon
every aide , thus hugely reducing the
production in the future , but thu wells
of Jkadford and Alloghuny have also
boon to Bomo extent desertedand , tin *
production of those district largely
reduced. Fur , as aoun ai the miiuid
in these regions heard of thu great-
although , us it turned out , ephounntl
richneasof the Cherry Groyo region ,
they hastened to the now tiolu , Juav-
ing their old atoadily producing , but
small wells , The natural consequents
of this double reduction has been a
smart advance in the price of petrol *
oum , which is likely , according ( o the
opinions of the most experienced operators
raters , to go to very much higher fig
ures.To n great extent , the business of
the oil region * is controlled nnd man
aged by the United Pipe Lino. This
company has enormous tanks in which
oil is stored , nnd from which it runs
in pipes to tide-water , Tito United
Pipe Line Company think that ono
dollar a barrel is a fair price for oil ,
nnd they gladly buy up nnd store all
the oil they can below that price. It
is in the certificates of this company
that speculation takes placo. They
are promises to deliver to the holder a
certain number of barrels of oil , and
have to be renewed every six months ,
This renewal is a wise provision , inns-
much AS It prevents forgeries , which
would bo much moro easy were the
certificates crumpled nnd dirty by long
MM , It * Mulhoiliuul , Albany , N. Y. .
write * : "Kor several year * 1 hio millorcd
from oft-recurrinir l > Ho\n ! hoadnchc * , dy -
pcptii , nnd coinpUluU peculiar to my vex ,
Since mins y HuunocK lltoon HITTKIW
1 am entirely relieved. " Price 81.00 , trial
size 10 cents.
A Nice SciUHlrvl nt n Summer Itosort
Canon IN'cx ) Appeal , July M.
About ten days npo the very dash
ing young nlfo of nn old but wealthy
San Francisco broker , accompanied
by her maid , arrived atone of the Lake
Taboo hotels. There she mot n num
ber of city ncqunintonces , nil of whom
exerted themselves to make it very
agreeable for her. She had boon
there but two days \shon a fine-looking
stranger put in an appearance nt tno
hotel , and ho had not boon there an
hour before the guests observed a
most suspicious intimacy existing be
tween himself nnd the broker's wife ,
Contrary to the rule in such casoe ,
the censorious remarks of some of the
ladies reached her ears through the
chambermaid , and this made iier re
solve not to introduce any of the
ladies in the hotel to the strange gen
tleman. Her city acquaintonces , who
must have been t f the vilest gossip
ing nnd trouble-breeding order , loft
the lake less than a week ago for
homo , and no sooner had they reached
the city than they informed the lady's
husband of what they considered her
improper conduct. The old fool , like
all old fools who have pretty wives ,
was wrought up to a pilch of
desperate jealously , and that same
afternoon ho departed for the scene of
his wife's unfaithful conduct , armed
with a six shooter and a loaded shot
gun in A case. There wns blood in
his eye and murder in his heart.
Upon his arrival at Truckoo ho engaged -
gaged a private team , and is said to
have driven like a fury to the resort
patronized by his wife and her sus
pected paramour. Ho had scarcely
alighted from his buggy when ho saw
his wife leaning upon the arm of a
gentleman , apparently coming from A
ramble through the woods. At a dis
tance ho was unable to recognize the
man , and his blood was at fever heat.
The wife Boeing her husband uttered
a shriek of surprise , and nt once to-
leased herself from the arm of her
escort , ran up to her unexpected
spouse and embraced him. In the
presence of the other gucsthi , who were
standing on the portico of tha hotel ,
ho pushed her from him , declaring
that ho wanted none of her nlloction
after her disgraceful conduct , and just
us ho was about to make some more
loproachful remarks to his wife , the
stranuor stopped up nnd familiarly
tapped the old broker on the shoulder.
The old man looked up and saw him
self confronted by his wife's brother ,
the person about whom all Hie trouble
had boon created , who had just como
from the oabt and on his way to San
Francisco concluded to take in the
A Baptist Minlitor'tJ Erporlouoo-
I am a Baptist Minister , and before I
even thought of beiiiK a clorj'ynian , 1 grad
uated iu medicine , but left n lucrative | rac-
tico for my present profession , 10 5 care
ago , I WKH for mnnv years n sulferor from
quinsy ; "TllOHAH1 KoucoTntu Oil , cured
mo. " I wan also troubled with hoarse
ness , and Thomas' Kclt-ctric Oil always re
lieved me. My wife and child had diph
theria , and "Thomas' Kclectric Oil cured
them , " nnd if taken in lima it will euro
seven times out of ten. I nm confi lout it
IB a euro fi > r the moat obstinate cold or
cough , nnd if any one will take n small
teaspnou and half fill it with tha Oil , nnd
then place thu out ! of the xponn in ono nos
tril nnd draw the Oil ont of the spoon into
the head by guiding ns hard an they can ,
until the Oil fulls over into the throat , nnd
practice that twice a wi'ek , I don't ' euro
how offensive their head limy lie , it wilt
clean it out and euro their ca < nrrh. For
deafness anil uarucliu it has done wondoiH
to my certain knowledge. It I'M the onlv
medlulno dubbed patent medicine- that 1
have ever felt likorucoinmendini ; , for 1 tell
you that I would nut ho without it In my
liniino for any connlderaUon. I am now
eulfering with a pain like rhciiinatiiui in
my rMit limb , and nothing relieves mo Jlku
J hi mas' Klectric Oil.
Dr. 15. F. CIIANK ,
iiujl-d-w Curry , 1'n.
Murray Iron forte ,
Burlington Iowa ,
KAUM UII.M ,
j. Specialty ,
The Largest Iron Working Kstablish-
muiit in the State ,
MAMlf'CI' lirilH Of
Steam Engines ,
Tlio Howard Automatic Out-OiT
Steam Englno ,
Soii'l ' for Uruilir t ! < Im
MILITARY AOADEMST ,
A C'lirUUau Family Etliool for Uojn Trepan *
crCollv/e , H-K'mli ( < ! Kilucl cir IJualii'M. Hind
to Oapt , ED , N. KIRK TALOO IT
MorrKau Park , Cook Co. , Ill ,
To tlie Consumers of Carriages & Buggies
I have a complatd stock of all the Lataat I
of Carriages , Phaetons and Open and Top Bugg'es ' ,
The Celebrated Brew.iter Bids Bar ,
The Hamlin Side Bar ,
The Whitney Side Bar , and ,
The Mullhalland Spring.
The Dexter Queen Buggy and Phaeton. Also the
Old Reliable JBiiptic Spring Buggies and Phaetons.
They are til made ot the best ma'erials , and un
der my own supervision.
I should be pleased to have those desirous of pur
chasing to call and examine iny 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 )
\VlIOLksALE AISD RETAIL DEALERS IN
LAOIiWMA , LEHIGH , BLOSSBU
IOWA AND ALL GOAL !
CONNELLSVILLE COKE , CEMENT , LIME , PLASTER , ETC ,
Ofilco No. 34 Pearl Street , Yarda Oor. Eighth Street and
Eleventh Avonun , Oouncil Bluffd.
P. T. MAYNK 0. E. MAYNE
COUNCIL BLUFFS STEAM FACTORY
BROOMS , BROOM HANDLES ,
CORN MEAL,3GRAHAM FLOUR AND
The Very Best of Brooms Constantly on Hand. VTho Hlghent
Market Pries Paid for
Corn , Oats , Rye , Barley
JPartlea Wishing to Ball Broom Corn Will Please
I & ; OO.
Irs. J. E , letcalfe and Irs , Belle Lewis
Are now dealing In all klmtaol fancy gooilt , eiicli n LnccB , Embroideries , Ladles' . Undcrwo *
o ( all dcecrltloim. ] Also llaiidkcrcliloln , both In ellli and linen , lioao ol all Klinli. thread , ping ,
neodloH , ttc. Wo hojio tlio laulun will call and eco our Block of Kooda at 630 Uroadway before go
lHuwhoro. _ _ _
M E T C A L F BROS. ,
- WHOLESALE UKALEHS IN -
Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves ,
OHIOAQO PRICES DUPLICATED ,
3aivcr3Eii3E'57 _ -
On Avenue B , No , 1902.
( NKAH IIJtOJkllWAT. )
Clothes uatlicrcd up asd dclhcrul promptly ,
Best of Satisfaction OhwrantooJ.
Loat Clotlrs made gold.
NO BET PER LAUNDRY WEST
723 W. Broadway.
LARSON & ANDERSON ,
Thli laimJiy hvi Juit liccn ojuneil ( or bual-
noaa , and wo aroniw pnparcd to do laindry
vork ol all klnd4 unit jjiiira'itco Hallnluttlon A
upotlalty ma lu ol Him work , uucli au collars ,
uilln , lluoililrtB , etc Wo wmit inorjboly to
Kltuiidu trial ,
LARSON & ANDEIIBON.
J. 1) KUMU.MWOV , K. L HllltUAKr , A W tiTRKKT ,
I'ruolJnit. VIool'Kn't. C'auliltr ,
Of Council Bluifr.
Orh'anUcd under Iliu iuu * ol the Htato ol Iowa
I'M up mpltal . 9 76o o
Autliorlzul taplial , , . , . , ,
Inlcrcwt ] ulJ on time ( kpoxltn. Drafts
on tbu prinuptl titles ol the United tjtatcg act )
Kuropu. bpoJal uttintloti il\eii to lalluitiont
and tairuqijiidouu ) with prompt returi.s ,
J. I ) . Ixlininidwn , K. li. Bhiurart , J. T Hart ,
W. W. W.IUco , J W. lludler , I , A ill J-r ,
IA , W , btrcut , i Jy7dtf
STARR & BUNCH ,
HOUSE , SIGN ,
PAPER HANGING ,
KALSOMINING AND GRAINING ,
Shop Corner Uroudway and Soott St
HUGHES & TOWSLEE.
Confectionery , FruitsNuts
Cigars ajdTobacco , Fresh
Oysters and Ice Cream in
12 MAIN ST. ,
Onool the biat at concl claua Hotel * | u the
West la the
BROADWAY HOTEL ,
A. K 11UKWN , 1'roprietor.
Ncs. C31 and 030 Droadu ay , < ouuc.il llluDu.Iowa.
Table supplied with tha best tha market af-
ford4. ( iLOd rooms and Urut-cload bixlu. Turing
UNION AVENUE HOTEL
817 Lower Broadway ,
Mrs , C , Gerspacher & Son.
KIKhT CLASS I10TKL AT HEABONAI1LE
IIOTKL KOK SALE. GOOD UEABONB fOU
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