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THE DAILY BEE SATURDAY , AUGUST 12 1882
0. O. 000 C Ac 00.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
City Market , Cannell Bluffs , low * ,
WHOLESALE FLOTTR HOUSE ,
General Agents for the Calibrated Millsol If. 1) . Kush & Co. , Ooldort Kagle Flour
Harms , Mid Queen Dra Mills , Sioux Falls , Dakota.
Hetercncf. Smith , L Crltt ndcii , Council BlufK la.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
STATIONERY AND PRINTER'S GOODS ,
COUNCIL BLTJFFa , IOWA.
Tl i LE ABSTRACT OFF ICE.
J. 'Vi/ ' . v Q TT 3C 3EC H JSt : O O.
Lands and Lots Bought and Sold.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW HATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS.
COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA.
15 North Main Stroot.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN SHOE FINDINGS.
Rc.idj-nttttl uppert , In call skin and Up. O.\h ami Hemlock SOLE LKATHKU , and al
oods appertaining to the shoo trado. Go da sold a < cheap as In the KM' . _
PERIS' ' HEW IILLINERY STORE
FOR STYLISH SPRING MILLINERY PATTERN BONNETS AND
CHILDREN'S HATS A SPECIALTY.
105 South Main Street , Council Bluffs la
That no\cr require crimping , at Mrs. J. J. Good's Hair Store , at prices never bcfero touched by
any other hair dealer. Also a full line of switches , etc. , ntjroatly reduced prices. Also gold ,
liver and colored net * . Waves made from ladles' own hair. Do not fall to cull before purchasing
elsewhere. All Roods warranted a represented. 11113. J. J. 0001) ,
29 Main street , Council Bluffs , Ion a.
At Bryant's Spring ,
Cor , Broadway and Uiiion Sfcs.
Plain , Medicated ? Vapor , Electric , 1'lunge ,
Douch , tihoncr , Hot and Cold Baths. Com
petent u ale and Icmalo nurses and attendants
always on hand , and the best ol rale and attcu-
tlon jr.ton rmtruns. Special attention given to
battling children. Investigation aud patronage
solicited DR. A. U STUDLEY & Co. ,
IOC Upper Broadway.
Dr. Rtudley : Tr atuieut ol chronic diseases
made a apccUlty.
KEMOVKD without the
drawing ol blood or use of
liiilfo. Cures limp diseases ,
' Flta , ScrofuH , Liver Com-
ANTn fYl'HPT ?
± "i ' i'atnt. | . Dropsy , Uhcuma-
ORS tlsm- cr and M e u-
I U U K -
m W lftl 80re9i Kryalpelas , Salt
Rheum , Scald Hoid , Catarrh , weak. Inflamed
and granulated Ejcs , rcrofulous Ulcers and Fe
male Disease of all kinds. AIio Kidney and
Venerlal disuases. Hemorrhoids or Piles cured
All diseases treated upon the principle of veget
able reform , without the use of mercurial pois
ons or the knife.
Kloctrj Vapor or Msdlcatod Baths , furnished
who desire them.
Hornli or Rupture radically cured by the use
the Elastic belt Tmsa and Plaster , which has
superior In the world.
OALt , ON OR ADDRUSS
Drs , li , Rice anfl F , G , Miller ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , Ia.
Feed and Sale Stables ,
18 North Piiet Street ,
Bouquet a old stand. Council UlufN , Iowa.
WILLAK1) SMITH. 1'rop.
Practitioner of Homeopathj , consulting
Physician and Surgeon ,
Office and risldenco616 Wlllo * avenue , Coun-
cl Ululfs , loutt.
SINTON & WEST.
14 Pearl Street , Council fluffs.
ExtmtlnRand flMng a spcclilty. First-class
> rork guaranteed ,
DB. A. P. HANCHETT ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
nmco , No. 14 Pearl Htrect. Honit , 9 n , ru. to
2. , and 2 p. in. , to B ) > , ro. llooidence , 120
nancroft btrcet , Telephonic connection with
F. T. SEYBERT , M. D. ,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA.
Office No. 5 , Everett Block , Broad
way , over A. Louio'a Restaurant.
J. A. EOSS , Proprietor.
Corner Broadway . .nd Fourth Sireets.
Good accommodations , good fare and cour
S. E. MAXON ,
Office over savings bank.
COUNOIli BLUFFS , Iowa.
W. 0 , Jainca , In connection with his law and
collection business buys and eclls real estate.
/ Persons wishing to buy n tell city nroiwt ) call
his office , o\er Buthnoll'd book store , Pearl
EDWIN J , ABBOTT.
Justice of the Peace and
4l6Broadway , Council Bluffs
wD > nd acknowl ged
WATER WAVES ,
In Stock and Manufactur
ed to Order.
\Vavos Made From Your Own Hair.
TOILET RTICLES ,
All Goods Warranted as
Represented , and Price
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
337 W. Broadway ,
Council Bluffs ; - - ' - Iowa
MRS , E , J , HARDING , I , D , .
Graduate of Electropathle Institution , Phila
delphia , Penim ,
Office Cor , Broadway & Glenn Avo.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
The treatment of nil diseases and pulnful dlf-
fleultlua peculiar to I mimics a specialty.
J. G. TIPTON ,
Attorney & Counsellor ,
Olllco o\ct first National Bank , Council Bluffs ,
lown. Will practice In the statu and fcdoial
Game and Poultry ,
Can always be founil a D. DANEHY'9 ,
136 Upper Broadway
Justice of the Peace ,
314 BROADWAY ,
Oonnoil Bluffs. - - Iowa.
W B. 1VXAYE8 ,
Loans andRealEstate ,
Proprietor of abstracts of 1'ottanattamle
county. Olllco corner of Dread way and Main
sirecU , Council Ululfs , Iowa.
JOHN STEINER , M. D ,
( Deutsclicr Arzt. )
ROOM 6 , EVERETT'S BLOCK ,
Council Bluffs ,
men and children a tpaclalty.
P , J , MONTGOMERY , M , D , ,
FREE DISPENSARY EVKHY SATURDAY ,
Office In Everett's block , Pearl trect. Itesl }
dence 828 Fourth street. OIUco hours from B to
2 , in. , 2 to * and 7 08 p.m. Council t luffs
F. 0. CLABKT
Pearl opposite the postofflce. One of
the oldest ptatltloners In Council liluffi. Balls
tsfactlon guarantied In all cases
DR. F. P. BELLINGER ,
EYE AND EAR SURGEON ,
WITH nil. CHARLES PKETKKN.
Oltlco ou-r Jnu store , < lt Droaduay , Council
Bluffs , loua. Al disuses of the u\v and lar
treated under the most approved iniihod and all
JOHN L1NDT ,
ATrOBHEY'-'AT-I ' ' AW.
Will ractlce In all'BUtoand UUUx Stftttl
Courlt Spc&ki German LaaI'jtgu ,
ONLY A SEWING GIRL.
BY MAJOR P. P. CONYNOHAM
"Tell Madam Fitwoll that this is
the laat dress sho'll over make ( or me.
It'ii monstrous to think what little
consideration these people have for the
feeling of ladies. "
The speaker was the only daughter
of a wealth ? broker who lived in
princely style and occupied one of the
most elegant houses on Fifth avenue.
Though ho had several sous , his whole
affections seemed to bo centered in his
daughter whom ho putted and in *
dulged to auch an oxlont that she
could not sulfur the least contradic
tion or refusal with patience or resig
Maud Swinton was a pretty bru
nette , rather petite in figure , but
graceful and queenly in person and
manner , llor little head , which was
covered with wealth of auburn hair ,
was gracefully potted upon her shoul
ders , while the olive tint on her classic
features guvohor something of a Span
She was brilliant in company , a
lively , piquant conversationalist , n
good dancur , and thoroughly conver
sant with these soft arts of witchery
which young ladica can too often ns-
sumo when anxious to please.
Possessed as uho wns ot such charms
and altructioiiD , combined with her
father's reputed wealth , it is no won
der that Miss Swinton was a belle ,
and that eho wna admired and courted
by the young men of her circle. In
society , Maud Swinton had perfect
control of her feelings and temper ,
but among her inferiors or the family
domestics she never tried to chock her
natural tendency to worry and find
fault , about things.
The person to whom Miss Swinton
addressed herself was Miss Fitwrll's
assistant , who had just brought homo
a magnificent satin droaa which the
young lady was to wear at a fashion
able party that night. For a working
i > irl uho was remarkably dignified in
manner and tall and' graceful in ap
pearance. Uf-r poor black dross fitted
her to a nicety , and her clustering
golden hair was carefully braided
iround a sweet face that looked us sad
as that of the Mndonim.
She meekly listened to the pettish
remarks of Miss Swinton , still hold
ing on her arm the costly garment ,
the train of which trailed on the carpet -
pot , and remarked in response :
" 1 asaurd you , mias , madam made
all possible Imsto with the drcca. Two
of our hands are sick , and Iliad to re
main up all last night , so as not to dis
appoint you. "
"Disappoint mol" retorted the
other , aa she stamped her little foot
passionately on the floor. "Did she
not promise that I should have it last
night ? Just think of it I had to go
to Mr. Barlow's sociable in a muslin
dress , and hero it comes home to mo
at the last moment a perfect fright ,
with silk and lace embroidery and
satin all mixed up as if flung to
As she cpoko eho rudely snatched
the dress from the other , and dis
dainfully flung it on a lounge , remark
"I have a Rood mind , to return it to
madam and remain at homo. "
* 'Pardon me , miss , but I am euro if
you try it on you will bo pleased with
the fit , and I think "
"You think ! What dp you know ,
a sewing cirl , of what suits the taste
of a lady ? "
For a moment a blush tinged the
pale cheek of the poor girl , and a tear
treirblud in her eye ; but aho checked
lior feelings , for a seamstress had no
business to indulge in sentiment , and
dependence meant patient submission
to the whims and caprices of wealthy
She had not only to feed and clothe
lierielf by the work of her needle , but
also had to provide for an ugcd and
holpleua father. As Madam Fitwoll
was anxious to aecuro the patronage of
Miss Swinton , it wan nil important
that the dresa should give entire satis
In fact , there was no real cause for
finding fault with the garment , but it
liappunud that Miss Stvinton was in
one of her pettish fits at the time ; ho
dden , slip could not got over the
humiliation of appearing in a muslin
dress the previous night. Moreover ,
as Mr. Frunk Leland , a wealthy young
merchant from Chicago , and who-had
been paying attention to her for some
time , chanced to bo there.
The idea of Mr , Lola ml Boeing her
in such plain attire shocked her no
tions of conventional etiquette ,
though , if uhe only knew the real
truth , tlm very simplicity had decided
the gflntleniHii to propose for her at
the lirst opportunity , und with that
very intention lie had requested the
privilege of aueini ; her to the Townsend -
When MiaaSwintonlmd cooludsome
what she felt a little aalmmed of her
self , but unwillingly to make any ac
knowledgement of this kind , she took
up the garment and examining it said :
" \Vell , well , I Hupposo I must put
up with it , as I have promised to ac
company n gentleixan to-night , That
will do , you may go. "
"But would you not try Jt on , mlsa ,
before I leave. "
"Try it enl it's too late to change it
now , BO I must run the chance of hav-
Ing it misfit mo , which I am sure it
She took up the dresH on her arm ,
and without bestowing a notice on the
other , swept out of the room.
As Laura Clinton , for such was the
dressmaker's name , passed out of the
room , a young man stood in the hall.
Ho eyed her very closely , and as he
caught a glimpse of her face ho audi
bly muttered :
"My God ! can it bo Laura ? "
IIo watched the receding figure as
she passed down the stopa and out on
the street , and for a moment suemod
undecided as to whether lie would fol
low her or not.
The gentleman was no other than
Frank Leland , who had called with
his heart full of love for Maud Swinton
and resolved to lay his hand and heart
\ \ hen the Borvant admitted him ho
passed in with the familiarity of ono
who know ho was welcome at all
times. Hearing voices in the back
parlor , ho rightly conjectured that
Mi s Swinton was thoro. IIo waa in
the act of going in when the angry
tones of young lady's voice echoed
thiough the partly open door.
lie could not p.o in under the cir.
cumstaiicoa , and to retreat was impos
sible without attracting Attention , So
ho was compelled to hoar n part of the
IIo could scarcely believe that so
sweet a creature could possets such a
sharp tongue , and in his heart ho
congratulated himself that the words
which would irrevocably bind him to
her had not passed his lips. There
waa something , though , in the tone
and voice of her companion that
startled him. Where had ho hoard
that sweet , almost plaintively musical
voice before ? It was like a dream to
him , a mystery which ho should solve.
When the girl ptttsnd out into the
hall , nnd when ho got n side view of
her face , n thrill of hope and pain
went through his heart , for ho felt in
his soul thnt ho had discovered ono
whom ho had wildly loved , and whom
for years he had vainly tried to dis
Ho entered the empty parlor , and
stood meditatively before the lire , a
thousand strange thoughts ami fancies
surging through his brain. So ab
stracted was ho that ho did not pur-
ceivo the approach of Miss Swinton
until a silvery laugh rippled in his car
and n soft , sweet voice whispered ;
"Frank , are you dreaming ? "
"Oh , no , dear. What makes you
think so ? " ho replied , with a fotced
smile , as ho gently took the delicate
hand held out to him.
"Why , you were BO lost , in thought
that you did not notice mo until I wan
beside you. They say there is a kind
of spiritual aflinity between some people
ple , that they can feel each other's
presence oven in the same house ; ia
not that so , Frank ? "
"Truly it is BO with these who
love ! "
"Then you | cannot entertain much
love from a dream , Mr Leland , when
I had to arouse you from n dream bo-
tore you know I was present. '
"Pardon mo , " replied the gentle
man , as ho gallantly handed her to a
seat , "but something had occurred
I hat tor the moment carried my
thoughts back Into the past and made
mo forgot where I was and the duty I
owed to your charming self. "
"Indeed , what was it , may I ask ? "
"Certainly , but I do not know that
it concerns you. May I in the first
plscU ask who was the lady in black I
mot in the hall us I came in ! "
"Ladj ? " replied Miss Stvinton ,
with n laugh. "Why , what a strange
question. She ia only a cowing girl ! "
"Oh , indeed ; do you know I
thought I recognized in her the daugh
ter of an old and dear friend of my
father's in Chicago. "
"What nonsense , Frank ; she is only
Madam Fttwell's assintant , who has
brought mo my dress for to night. "
"Indeed ! Possibly I'm mistaken , "
replied Mr. Leland , anxious to change
the conversation , "but the resemblance
was so striking that I could not help
noticing it. "
"It is not likely that the associates
or acquaintances of the fashionable
Mr. Luland were among the canaille
of Chicago , " retorted Miss Swinton ,
In rather a pettish tone , for with the
keen instinct of a woman the convic
tion flashed on her mind that her
lover know nnd felt more about
Madam Fitwoll'a assistant than ho was
willing to confess , and a pang of jeal
ousy surged through her heart. She
had to bite her lips to keep down her
rebellious temper , nnd though nicely
schooled in the arts of deception , still
nn ominous frown shadowed her pretty
Leland noticed the desperate strug
gle aho waa making to control her
feelings , and smilingly turning to her ,
ho replied :
'No , my dear lady , I assure you I
have been more particular than that in
the selection of my company. But
why should wo worry ourselves about
such a trifle ; let us speak about Mr.
Townsend's ball to-night , and conjec
ture who will bo there , and what they
will wear , and the like. Do you know ,
Miss Swinton , that I have BO much of
the Old Harry in my nature that I can
relish a little innocent tattle ns richly
as any Mrs. Grundy in New York. "
So saying ho Bat beside her , nnd
commenced nn animated conversation
in a bantering , playful manner.
Ills vivacity of manner nnd spark
ling sallies soon restored Mifs Swin-
ton's good nature. She was brilliant ,
na usual , when she chose to please , and
had so fascinated Mr , Lolnnd that only
for the events of the evening ho would
have surrendered his heart to her
keeping. She evidently expected that
ho would have done BO , and felt dis
appointed when ho loft in order to
change his dresa to accompany her to
The splendid mansion of Mr. Town-
no ml was brilliant with fashion and
beauty. Diamonds sparkled , light-
mug up the rooms with their brillian
cy.Mr. . Townsend waa n millionaire ,
and it waa doomed a coveted privilege
to bo invited to the party , which ho
gave ; in honor of his oldest daughter's
debut in society.
Though wealth and beauty crawled
the hallo , it was admitted that Miss
Swinton waa the belle of the night.
The richness , taste , and elegance of
her dress also bttracted considerable
attention , and many a fair lady in
quired who her modiste was.
She really looked superb in her rich
robes ; her eyes sparkled more bril
liantly than her diamonds , and the
tint upon her cheek rivaled the bloom
of the pvach ,
Many a fashionable young man
envio-i Frank Leland the rich prize
within his grasp , and as ho and his
fair , partner promenaded around the
room , fiho learning upon his arm , her
sparkling oj08 11 tolling love glances
into his , whispers went round that
they were engaged , while many invol
untarily exclaimed , "Whntn charm
ing couple ! "
A keen observer , though , could see
that though Leland wua playing the
part of the courteous gentleman , etill
there waa a dignilunl resnrvo in his
manner which ill bacamo the enamor
ed lover. Mien Swinton also soon ob
served this , and its the night wore on
she accepted the invitation ot other
gentlemen to wallMr. . Townnend ,
the host's son , paid her markid at
tention , and when a friend whispered
to Luland that ho had better look out
that Townsend might get the inside
track ho only ehrugyud his shoulders
and smiled , and ho evidently felt re
lieved when the party broke up ,
The following evening Mr. Luland
might be coon loitering up and down
I'ourtoontu street. IIo was evidently
very much smitten with the drcMOi
exhibited In the show window of
Madam Fitwoll'a fashionable millinery
establishment , for as ho passed ho
never failed to atop n moment to ad
mire them. IIo seemed deeply inter
ested in the shop girls aa they gleeful
ly passed out on their way home , and
looked M if ho expected to recognize
some friendly face among thorn. Ho
WAS turning away with n sigh ot dis
appointment , when a tall young girl
in black made her appearance , tie
started luck , while nho drew her simple -
plo robea around her and passed on.
Mr. Leland hesitated for n moment ,
and then followed her at n little dis
tance. Ho passed her , nnd aa ho cast
a hnsty glance at her face , nnd mut
tered to himself :
"Thank God , I have found her ! "
"Ho walked beside her f < r n mo
ment , nnd as ho did so nho turned her
face toward him , She suddenly blush
ed and drew her veil over her face , as
if wishing to remain ut.known.
"Pardon mo , " ho said , in n tremu
lous voice , as ho respectfully dolled
his hat , "but I think we are old ac
quaintances. Arc you not Laura Clin
ton ] "
For n moment eho stood Hko n stat
ue ; the shock seemed fo paralyze her ,
nnd aho might have fallen had he not
taken her arm in his , and whispered :
"Couragodoar. Heaven lias brought
tta together at last , "
She could scarcely speak , the tears
trembled in her oyea , and her lips
barely moved ns she whioporcd :
"Oh , Mr , Leland , tnko mo homo !
Take me out of this. I am faint. "
IIo encouraged her , and leading her
into a fashionable restaurant , he made
her tnko a little wine , which soon re
Ho had much to nak her , much to
| earn of the past , but ho feared to ag
itato hor. Still , aa they walked to
gether to her humble home , ho could
not refrain from expressing his joy nt
having found the lost ono.
"Laura , " ho whispered , "I have
boon looking for you for yonra. How
have you secreted yourself from nil
your friends ? "
"When my father became bankrupt
in Chicago , Frank , I found that little
remained from the wreck. Unable to
bear the pityinc coldness of those who
fawned upon mo when I enjoyed
wealth and station , father and I
quietly removed to Now York , hoping
that in this modern Babylon I could
remain unknown , nnd boar my pov
erty without the mocking sympathy of
those who had known mo in bettor
days. I waa always fond of knoodlo-
work , and my knowledge stood mo in
Bood need , forl got work from Madam
Fitwoll , and now occupy the position
of forewoman nt n salary siillicient for
the humble wants of myself and my
sick father. "
"Poor dear , how you must have suf
fered ; and yet you know that my purse
as well as my heart were open to you
Ah ! Laura , how much sorrow it would
liavo saved both of ua had you accept
ed mo when I us ed you before I loft
for Franco. Do you know I felt in
my heart that you loved mo , nnd I
could not account for your refusal. I
felt the blow so keenly that I left the
country. When I hoard of your
father's failure I returned , resolved to
aid him in his financial difiicultios ,
but you had loft Chicago , and I could
Snd no trace of you until chance
throw you in my way. "
"I owe it to you , Frank , " aho re
plied , aa a blush tinged her cheek ,
"to explain my rofusual. Heaven
knows it wns not my heart said no ,
but I was aware of my father's im
pending bankruptcy. I did not wish
to expose it oven to you , nnd yet I
could not marry you , believing mo , as
you did , to bo n wealthy heiress , while
in reality I wns a pauper. "
' It's nil over now , dear one. Lot
us forgive and forgot the past , but lot
us part no more. "
She did not withdraw the little
linnd ns ho pressed it to his heart , and
her nyoa spoke the words her lips
failed to utter.
Poor Mr. Clinton was anxiotialy
awaiting the return of his daughter ;
adversity had preyed BO much on his
mind that he was getting childish , nnd
could scarcely bear Laura out of his
sight. IIo even spent hours ( titling
betide her in the working room ,
Madam Fitwell kindly tolerating him
As olio waa later than usual , ho
fancied that BOIIIO accident had bofal
Ion her nnd was going out to moot her ,
when the door opened and she entered
leaning on the arm of n gentleman.
"Oh , dear , what kept you so long ?
I was just going to look for you. But
who is this , Laura ? "
"Papa"alio said , "lot mo introduce
to you an old friend. Don't you know
Frank Leland , of Chicago ? "
' Frank Lylimd ! to bo sure I do.
Bless the boy ! how ho has grown. I
would not know nn inch of him. Hut ,
Frank , times are changed since we
met last. "
"I'm sorry to Bay they nro , Mr.
Clinton , but let us hope for n bright
future. Had I been homo you would
Jmvo found a friend to tide you over
your dilllcultios ; but there is no use
in fretting over the pust , Mr. Clinton ,
I hope to see you once more u flour
ishing merchant among your old
friends , honored nnd respected aa bo
"Ah , Mr , Leland , that cannot bo ,
I have fallen too low for that ! "
"Mr. Clinton , " replied Frank Leland -
land , as took him by ono hand while
the other hold Laura's , "this sweet
girl and I have loved ouch other for
years , She is going to return to Chicago
cage as my wife , and you , I hope , will
not object to become my partner in
buainesH , filling the place of my revered -
vered deceased parent. All wo ask
now la a parent's bleating nnd con
Lot us draw a veil over this rceno ,
which might gladden the sight of an
becumo ono ot her best customers , und
Laura and her father removed from
their humble lodgings to princely
rooms in the Fifth Avenue hotel.
Mies Swinton felt greatly chagrined
and disappointed that Mr. Luluml had
nut culled on her after the night of
the party. His etrango conduct wns
cueily accounted for , when , u few days
ofttrward , bhe mot him driving in
Central 1'ark , Bitting beside a magnifi
cent woman , to whom ho seemed de
votedly attentive , ami in whom she ,
to her great surprise , recognized no
other than Madam Fitwull'a sewing
Uhuumatiam , cUanidorud blood , gcn-
eneral debility , and many chronic dis
eases pronounced incurable , uro often
cured by Brown's Iron Bittern.
- . i - aTe
To tlie Consumers of Carriages & Buggies
I have a corapleta stock of all the Laths' . Stylet *
of Carriiges , Phaetons and Opea and Top Buggies ,
The Celebrated Brewster Side Bar ,
The Hamlin Side Bar ,
The Whitney Side Bar , and
The Mullhalland Spring.
The Dexter Queen Buggy and Phaeton. Alsj the
Old Rel able .Elliptic Spring Buggies and Phaetons.
They are ill made 01 the best ma'erials , and un
der my own supervision.
I should be pleased to have those desirous of pur
chasing to cail and examine ray stock , I will guar
antee sa'isfaction and warrant all work.
H. F. HATTENHAUER ,
Comer Broadway and Seventh Streets.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA.
( Successors to J. W , Rodefer )
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
LABKAWAMfi , LEHIGH , BLOSSBUEG
CONNELLSVILLE COKE , CEMENT , LIME , PLASTER , ETC.
Offloo No. 34 Pearl Strot , Yards Cor. Eighth Street and
Hloveuth Avenue , Council luffa.
P. T. MAYNE. 0. E. MAYNE
COUNCIL BLUFF ! STEAM FACTORY
BROOMS , BROOM HANDLES ,
CORN MEAL , GRAHAM FLOUR AND
The Very Beat of Brooms Constantly on Hand. The High ent
Market Prioe Paid for
Oorn , Oats , Rye , Barley
IBROOM : : :
Parties Wiahiug to Sell Broom Oorn Will Please
JAMES FRANEY ,
372 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA
Always kiepi on hand the flnoit assortment of mat rial ( orKcntk'mori'a wear , Satisfaction guaranteed
1'or all kinds cf I'ANC V OOODS , such as
of all descriptions. Also llandkorthlofs , both In silk and linen , hose of all Kinds , thread , pins ,
needles , itc. We hope tbo laulcs will call and ace our stock of KOoJs at 630 Broaduay btfora
Kohtf elsowhuro , .
723 W. Broadway.
LARSON & ANDERSON ,
This laundry h < w Just hue > i opened for bii < l <
ness , and woarumw prtpared to do laindry
v ork of all kinds and gu trantco satisfaction A
poclalty inailo of line work , mich as colUri ,
uRs , line thlita , eta. We want everybody to
glvo us a trial.
LARSON & ANDERSON.
I , D KDUUNDHON , K. It. HIIUOAKT. A , W. BTIlBKr ,
I'retldent. Vleo-i'rtVt. Cashier.
Of Council BluiT * .
Organized under the laws of the State of Iowa ,
I'ald up capital 976,000
Authorized capi al 200UOO
Interest paid on tl-nt doposlts. Dralla Issued
on the i > rlnci | l cltUs of the United Status and
Kurope KH | > ilal attention ulveu to collections
and correep ) inleiice with prompt returns.
3 I ) . Klinundttii , K.L. hhiuurt , J T , Hart ,
Vf W WklUco. J.V Kodfer , I. A. illair ,
A.V. . Strut , Jy7dtf
On Avouuo B , No , 1902.
Clothes gathered up and delimit ! promptly ,
Best of Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Lout Clothm mada good ,
NO SETTEE LAUNDRY WEST
OF OHIO AGO.
STARR & BUNCH ,
HOUSE , SIGN ,
PAPER HANGING ,
KALSOMINING AND GRAINING ,
-a. sx xiax iw3c.nrxr.
Shop Corner Broadway und Soott St
HUGHESJ& TOWSLEE ,
Confectionery , FruitsNuts
Cigars and Tobacco. Fresh
Oysters and Ice Cream in
12 MAIN ST : ,
One of the best umd-clasa Hotels In tb
West lu the
tfROADWAY HOTEL ,
A. E 11U * WN , PronrlUur ,
No * . IJ3I and 550 liro-idway.i oimcll Ilu3alo a.
Table supplied with thti best the market af
fords. ( } > od rooms and tlrst-clos * bods. Tertua
UNION AVENUE HOTEL.
817 Lower Broadway ,
Mrs. 0. Gerspacher & Son.
CLA 3 HQTKti AT UIUSONAJILK
I'UIOKi. TII\NBIKS1'3 ACCOM MO DATED
HOTEL , fOlt SALE. GOOD HKA80N8
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