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THE DAILY BEE THURSDAY AUGUST 31 1882
City Market , Csancll Bluffs , low * .
WHOLESALE riLOTJR H G U 3 E ,
General Agcntj tor the Cekbrktcil Mill * or lit D ' u h . * Co . Ootilcn Kug\e \ float Lesvcnwcuth
Kanf.v. tud queen Bco 11 1 1 , loux Iwn , l > akct .
Rrlounrc , Smith & Ctl' ' mien. I'onnrll llhiffa , to , _ _
STATIONERY AND PRINTER' !
f I f * Antf > "I"ilAfiT flPJTinBP
Tl isLE ABSiKACf OFFICE.
J5" . T r. JJy CfeKJ - HE 3K , 33 .SB O O > .
Lands and Lots Bought and Sold ,
MONKY TO LOAN AT LO\V RATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS . IOWA.
15 North Main Street ,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN SHOE FINDINGS.
Rcidy-fUtctl uppers , In cat ! elriti and kip. Oftk and Hemlock bOL2 ! LEATHE
sppcrLiinlnc to the r hoc trade Go ill fold n chcip as In the KM' ,
FOR 3TYLISB SPRING MILLINERY PATTERN BONNETS AND
CHILDREN'S HATS A SPECIALTY.
105 South Main Street. . Council Bluffs la
Tint never require crlmplug. at Mra. J. J. Qood'a Hair Utoro , at nrlcia Doer bctoro touched by
any other hair dealer. Also a lull Una ot swltchca , etc. at greatly reduced prlcoe. Also goto
tllvcr ahd colored nets.Vmca madu Iromlvllca' own hair. Do net ( all to call bctoro purchis'.uf
olfcwhcre. All Roodi warranted r-a represented. HKS. J. J 0001) ,
79 IHIn utrroi. Cornell niulTn , town.
No. 536 , BROADWAY , ( Palmer's ' Block. )
Butwcon Oth and 7th otrcota.
Ourltotto : Slrlci cleanliness , the bo't quality of meats , tnd lowest poselb'o pr'cji. ' Mo ta de-
iTcrtd teary fartot thcclt ) , Comeaud BIO our ntw shop.
BJLTHIB& HOUSE !
to "T At Bryant's Spring ,
$ " % ' * - , !
Cor , Broadway and Union Sts.
Plain , Medicated , Vapor , Electric , 1'lungo ,
Doucb , Shower , Hot and Cold Bitha Com
petent u ale and Icmala iiurrea and attendants
always on hand , and the best ot rare and fttten-
tion given patrons. Special attention R | > en to
batnlng children. Investigation and patronage
aotlcitcdDR. . A. H STUDLEY & Co. ,
100 Dpper Broadway.
Dr. Btudley : Treatment ol chronic dUcasca
made a aped ilt > .
IlKMOVED without the
drawing ol blood or use ol
Itnlle. Cures luiip diseases ,
Scrolula , Lh Com-
A wn r > T > H M H Fit9i er -
'llal"t ' > U'09 ? Kheuma-
' * f R S tlsra Fever and Mcrcur-
I 11 SKI I , -
I U til U El O ittiuiroe , Erjslpclas , Salt
Rheum , Scald Hold , Oitairh , wtik , inflamed
and gr&nulatcd E } cs , crotuloua Ulcers and 1'c
male DIst.aao ol all Undd. Al-o Kidney and
Voncrlal dlscancs. Htfiuorrholdj or Plica cured
All dlscMca treated upoi thoprlnclploo cget-
blo relorm , ttlthout the use ol mercurial pols-
ooa or the Kullu.
Klcctra Vapor prll-dlcatod Baths , lurnishod
who dulre them.
Hernia or flupturo radically cured by the use
thu Elastic bolt Truss and Plaster , which boa
luperidr In the world.
CALL ON OH ADDItESa
Drs , E , EioB and F , 0 , Killer ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , Ia.
'eed ' and Sale StaJjlcs ,
18 North First Street ,
tonqiiet'a old Btand , Council DIufT * , Iowa.
WILLAKD SMITH , Prop.
. . ,
Practitioner ol Ilameopnthy , consulting
| fhysicianandSurgeon ,
Offlco and rculdcncodlG Willow avenue , Coun-
cl Uluge , Iowa.
SINTON & WEST.
14 Pearl Street , Oeunoil Bluffs.
Kxtractlneand filling A tpeclilty. Flret-claaa
work KUaranteed ,
DR. A. P. HANCIIEXT ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office , No. U Pearl Street. Uoun , 9 a. in. to
2. , and 2 p. m. , to 6 p , ra. Hosldcnco , 120
Bancrolt street. Telephonic connection with
F. T. SEYBERT , , M. D. ,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - IA.
Ofilco No. 0 , Eyorott Block , Broad
way , oror A. Louio'a Roataurant ,
x&oxac " 2J 23
Office over aiylnRS bank.
OOUNOIt ! BLUFFS , - - Iowa.
W. 0. Jimea , In connection with bta law ted
/eollcctlou butiueu buys and ella real estate.
rioiu wlshlns to buy or cell city proport ) call
At hi * office , orer Bushncll'i book ttoro , Pearl
[ DWIN J. ABBOTT.
ot the Peace and
[ Notary Public ,
) adway , Council Bluffs ,
lmortj rj drawn | nd icknowl god
WATER WAVES ,
In Stock and Manufactur
ed to Order.
Waves Made From Your Own Hair.
TOILET RTICLES ,
All G-oods "Warranted as
Represented , and Prices
R3RS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
337 Wv Broadway ,
Council Bluffs ; - - - Iowa
MRS , E , J , HABDING , M , D , .
Qraduato ol Electropathlc Inatltutlon ,
dclphfa , Fecua.
Offlco Our , Broatey & Glenn Avo.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
The treatment ot all diseases and painful dll-
flcultlea peculiar to females o specialty.
d. G. TIPTON ,
Attorney & Oonnsellor ,
Ofilco over First National Bank , Council DIufla.
Iowa. Will practice la the elate and federal
Justice of the Peace ,
314 BROADWAY ,
Council BlufiBi - - lowat
W , B. MAYES ,
Loans aMEealEstate ,
Proprietor ol abstracts of Pottawattamlo
count } . Ofilco corner ot Ilroadway and Mala
Btrtctf , Council Blulld Jowa.
mm STEINER , r/i. D. ,
( Deutscher Ant. )
Oor. WASHINGTON AVE & 7th St.
ulMttiea ol women and children a specialty.
P , J , MONTGOMERY , M , D , ,
FBKK DIBVKNSAKY EVEHY SATUUDAY.
Office In Everett's block , Pearl troet. Reel ]
denco 6K3 Fourth etrcct. Office hours from 9 to
2ja.m. , 2 lot and o " 8 p. in. Council 1)1attt )
F. c. "BUBK ,
Pearl opposite tbo poutofflce. Ona ot
the oldest practltloncri in Council Bluflj. Bail )
Ulactloa imirantced In
DR. F. P. BELLINGER ,
EYE AND EAR SURGEON ,
WITH DK. OUAULES DECTKEN.
Offlco erdrui store , 1U Kroadnay , Council
BluQj , Iowa. Al dlaoatu of the e\o and car
treated under the mcot approved utothod and all
curt * ( Tiiiratitiiiu ! .
JOHN LINDT ,
ATTOBHEIT-'AT-IAW ' ,
Will r ttlMln | ill Ettt nd UMtei fitale
WEST SIDE , IOWA.
A Lively 'Iowa Loss TlmnTen
Yeara of Age ,
Hhtorlcnl nntl Rnnincs * Blictolira
Correspondence ol Tin Ilxi.
WEST SIDK , In. , August 22. From
tlio iimo the railroad was built licro
in 1800 , until 1874 , at which tiino the
town was laid out by Iho IJIair towi
lot and Innd compnuy , there una no
town here , although John I. Blnir
had preuously purchased tbo laud
The establishment of the siclo track
nnd otntiox at that date , and the
"staking out" of n town , brought ii
the business men and Judge Limp
man started the first store , nlUiougl
ho has long since retired , und ia sup
posed to hnvo uccuntulatod $ tO,00 (
while trading at thin little town ; nut
in fact most of the men who bcgai
hero with cm nil cnpital , rue worth now
from $5,000 to $40,000. Some years
ngo Win. Bargor , n business man o
Philadelphia , during the infant days
of the town , ownud 5,000 or G,0X (
acres which hao boon sold to boua lido
Bottlers , minyof thorn Germans , while
Mr. Burger ia building n good rusi
donee in town nnd keeps an oyoon the
land market which ia advancing. The
flvo yeara ngo , with its woitern bound
ary on the western line of the county.
It has numerous good brick blocks ,
largo trading honcc ? , many no\r build-
inns , including the former chas , the
throe or tour thousand dollar school
houses , and several ototos ; and in the
second class , covernl fitin residences ,
and the city buildings for
town ofli ceo and the jail.
of the busincsn houses alont ; the stdo
hill , winch ulopen back to the south
ward from the rAilroad in the East
Boyer V.xlloy , the residences scattered
beyond and to the light and loft , as
well as across the valley , forming al
most another village of residences , to-
minds ono ot the ancient city of
Babylon , which waa really two cities ,
separated by a river , and each city our-
rounded by walls , although we have
no account of anything like the West
Side hills , within thia Syrhu Metro
polis in the vnlloy of the Euphrates.
The wonderful brick of Babylon were
made in the name valley and the great
basins formed by the removal ot
much earth , became lakca and gave
the key to thu capture of the city.
But West Sidu bought ita brick in
Vail nnd Donison for there ia no per
manent brick yard hero , although
"tho boys" uro posted on moat of the
matters and have a good riilo toam.
TAYLOR AND JOIINHON
have the pioneer hardware store. Mr.
B. B. Taylor of thia Orm began hereon
on the yifd prairie , and for nomotiuio
did business ns Taylor & Waterman ,
nnd for yeara wna postmaster. Mr.
Johnson of this firm is a young
man of business talent , and is
doomed almost a living , walking ency
clopedia of the hardware business ,
and thia firm of young men mayr in
3omo respects be culled the "back
bone" of the enterprise cf the place.
They have a largo building heavy
( stocks , good tin nhop , besides valu
able financial intoreata in other classes
of business. They do a business of
about $30,000 , which for thia email
iown is very largo. ' 1'hoy are offering
their brick drug store for sale , and n
* pod opening is presented for a drug-
BEHUNS AND QUOTE !
are the center of the general merchan
dise trade. Located in Lamb's block ,
n the center of the business part of
, ho town , with a monster store and
namrnoth stock they do a very large
justness that Booms astonishing for a
? oung town. Standing at the desk in
-ho centre of the great square sales
room , the departments of clothing ,
dry goods , hats and caps , boots and
shoes , crockery and groceries are all
outlined in groups , with the busy
lalesmon remind ono of amotropolitan
) azar. This farm also is composed of
roung men who are destined to keep
up the nnorgies of the trading element
of the town.
KEMP AND HOW !
s a younger hardware firm for whom
wo predict u. successful and large trade
a the future. They have only been
n trade n year or two , but they started
with a good now stock and have < n
; end assortment of everything from a
in teaspoon to an American or u
3rown sowing machine , nnd they have
a good trade and u growing prosperity.
0. p. Miller , for several yoara a
irominonfc physician at Arcadia , be
came the proprietor of the
, wo years ngo , occupying the same
wilding previously uaod by E P.
savage who only did an exchange bus-
ness with the ueuul collection and
and ofilco work. Dr. Miller does a
regular banking business , with collco-
ions , loans und real estate , and has
> ocome a fixture of permanence , and
another important centre of business.
Edward T. Gillette , of the
WEST BIDE JIANK ,
established his banking house hero
during the past year , and has become
another valuable factor in the towti ,
md does a genial banking business ,
onns money , discounts , and collects as
systematically and promptly , A3 a
Jroadway broker , and ia oupphed wjlh
ropcl Unit ) lock f ufe and idl the ma
chinery for closing a cafe business ,
. THE bTEAM HIM , ,
on the north side , lias throe "runs , "
wan built seven years ago by its pres
ent owner , I. B , Kelson , who person
ally manages his 400 acre farm mShel-
> y county , It is needless to eay that
his mill has done much to build up
ho town , and haa made 115 barrels of
lour in twenty-four hours time ,
THE TWO NHWH
are spicy , enorgolio and aggregative ,
and maintain the "straight" ticket ,
Mr. 0 , II. Ford of the Enterprise , has
worked off his paper on a Washington
ireaa for two or three years , and was
or many years on the force of the
jyons Mirror , The Dispatch was
tartod a year ago by Mr. Win. Booker
i1. , who u a scholarly gentleman end
ns n junior , is making a lively race fo
the leadership of tie business men u
E. C. IIAVWOOH ,
the Mayor of the town , is always
"that is mosUxlwr s , " nt hisrjramof
lice on the main cottier. Ho 1ms beet
n citizen through progressive days o
the town. lie haudlca the olovntor
buys gr.un , dtals in Iftiul , Town H. U
Lnnd Compaliio'n 1 anil ? , nnd for the
Wair Town Lot Company.
J. II , BAUNEK ,
not only "keeps the hotel , " but ia
branching out in tl o grain trade
MthoiiKh Iho luvugcrof the house is
nlnayi on hand at the t ruins to handle
Iho travolora "grip-sack. "
'Whilo West Side his a number o !
business men , like many other towns ,
who are inexperienced in Urn qrc.ti
prinuiplcaof public business rind trade ,
there nra n largo chwi of active trades
men who are building up the town ,
nnd through them and the rapid run
wonderful growth and dovclopomonl
of thin western world Wet Sldo
will continue to grow nnd maintain its
position ns n trading center nnd ono
of the butincsi links in our croat clmii
of commerce BUCKKTE.
If You nro Kuinoil
in health from any cause , especially
from the use of nny of the thousam
nontrunm lint promise ao largely , witl
long fictitious tootimoninla , have no
fear. Kosort to Hop Bitters at once ,
and in n short time } ou will have the
most robuet and blooming health.
A FAIR TO SEE.
Which Rod Oak Propose
to Open Thia Full.
Bnil&lnR Boom nucl Politic *
Correspondence ol Tns DUE.
IlEDOAK , Iowa , August 25. Every
body in Hod Oak Booma determined to
have a good fair thia year. The com-
pauy are doing nil they can for the
SUCCORS no much expected , and the
people seem to "enthuse. " The open
ing ia the lth ! ) of September. The
President , 0. 0. PJatter , and the Sec
retary , H. E. Deomor , and .the man
aging directors nro live men ; they
liavo good grounds , buildings nnd
tracks ; every arrangement poncctcd ,
$5,000 or $0,000 offered aa premiums ,
nnd a number of the best horses in the
state engaged to bo present , and as the
crops nro all good there ia every pros
pect of a grand success.
liavo boon going up this season , and
among those wo notice the new largo
brick , put up by A. 0 , ninchman ,
near the south caat corner of the eq uaru ,
Iho now brick of 0. P . Whittier , on
the east aide , although Mr. Whittier
liaa been called away by death during
the pint month. The new green house
and conservatory by Adna Hall , the
the addition to the jail to make proper
quarters for female prisoners , and the
jstubliahiug of the gas works
by an Indiana company who
) xpect to give all the necessary
ight to this city in a very few day3.
Among the now firms are Stewart
Bros , who opens n full line of dry
joods in the now Hinchraan building.
R. S. Armstrong , who has taken L.
D Hornaday's drug store , retaining
VIr. E. 0. Irwin , who has been in the
store for yo rs , as manager ; and the
vinegar works all doing a largo busi
ness.The xvator works nro reported a com-
) loio success since largo and stronger
lydrant poata , or plugs , have boon put
n. The fire .department is doomed
> no of the best in the state , and Mayor
ilarris , an old fireman , takes great
irido in the BUCCOES of the organiza-
ion. They have a good hose com-
> any which has purchased the Bates
> rizo cart , won by the Denver fire do-
> artmotit at the National Tournament
it Chicago , in 1878 , and they propose
o have a running team here.
The street cirs are leased to the
Tudkins Bros. , and are running rogu-
Normal Institute begins next Mon-
lay , notwithstanding five of the city
cachors have married during the sumner -
nor vacation , and two or throe more
not yet hoard from.
The 70,000 acrou of railroad land in
his county are taken by settlers , ex
cept a small remnant of broken or
vorthlpaa land , and shows a strong
md thickly settled country with near-
y 20,000 inhabitants , of which this
city have nearly or quite one-fourth.
Everybody aooms to think the corn
s almost out of danger , native grown
apples and onions are bringing novon-
y-fivo cunts , and the abundance of
excellent potatoes makes them plenty
at 25 cento.
n Montgomery county is about like
jolitics anywhere else in the nation ,
Chore are , however , como interesting
temi gleaned hero. A well known
political gentleman boasted the other
day that ha know , last winter , who
would bo the congressman from the
Ninth Iowa district , and assorts that
present republican nominee will got a
majority up in the thousands , The
imprlant point I want to notice is in
thu selection. Did the republicans of
the Ninth district select Major Ander
son , or waa ho selected last winter
when he placed himself "all right"
with the railroads by assisting them
out of an unpleasant difliculty concerning -
corning free passes. The gentleman
speaks confidently that the matter wau
settled "four months before the nom
ination was made , " That explains
why it was "nnnccoMary to call n
convention because it waa eponUno-
nu3 , " but wo ask were the members
of the convention who made the nom
ination simply sent there as
so many stool pigeons , simply
cats paws to pull some bodies
chestnuts. Thia ia juat what
the people are charging , that the "jna-
chirjo * ia doing the whole thiny , and
it buying and Helling the votes and the
voters , and I desire to call attention
to thia fact as another evidence that
the voters of the ninth district only
obeyed the bosjca , and a largo class of
republican electors in Montgomery
county will not follow the "straight
ticket" this fall. Another idea has
dawned upon the public quito recent
ly , in the report that Dr. Ilatton , the
greenback candidate , is very tender on
the monopoly questions , und decided
ly weak kneed on the railroad ques
tion , which is the grottcst question
before the American people to-day
The fnct , that the democrats in "con
vent ion nssombh-d" have , by resolution
tion , vouched for the puroncRS of Dr
Hatton's democracy ; nnd his wcnknesi
on the vital question of the day ; nut
the haste with which the "regulars'
rush to the rescue , to proclaim that the
doctor ia not bo hit ' , , nor has not bcoi
bought tip , indicate that something is
out of joint , nnd the public are nol
jot satisfied , while the "rt-unlnra" nro
veryunoasy , BUIKEYK.
Debilitated persons , nnd nutTorcrn
from wasting diseases such ns con
sumption , Gcrofula , kidney alluctioua ,
will bo groatlp bonolittcd by usinj
Urown'a Iron Hitters.
Proposed Ptireuoso ot O-vrlloul Homo.
\VnihltRton 5XcUI ) Cincinnati Con.mcrclal.
The Ohio Kopublican association
will probably hold n special mcotiiif
at an early day to con&tdor the qtu -
tion of purchasing the Q.ufiold man
sion in thia city for use na nn Ohio
headquarters. Thu letter which
Judge Lawrence , president ol
the association , received thin
morning , from Mrs. Garticld ,
simplifies matters very much , The
doubts in the minds of members ol
the association , as to Mra. Garllcld's
viowa rucpocting the uao to which the
mansion should bo put alter purchase ,
were very satisfactorily cleared up by
her frank statement that she would
impose no restrictions upon the use ol
the property ufUr the sale , coupled
with the hope that General Garfiuld's
library in which moat of his best work
was done , might bo loft substantially
as it ia ,
The committee appointed by the As
sociation to consider this matter found
out sonio time ago that they could BO
niter the upper story of the mansion
us to give them n roomy hall for their
meetings , nnd as they dcmrcd nothing
else which the nunaion did contain ,
they were ready to bo eatiollod if Mio ,
Giarliold did not object to an adapta
tion of the house to the purposes of
the Association. It socnis probable
that the Association will buy the man
sion , payingaomothing like $15,000 for
it , and will then convert it into n sort
of Ohio club-house , It ia not behoved
that there will bo much dilliculty in
i.using the necessary money. The ad
vantages of Audi hoadqunitcra as the
association contemplates are obvious
In the letter which Judge Lawrence ,
President of the Ohio Republican As
sociation , received this morning fro.n
Mra. Gut field , she expressed her grate
ful appreciation of the kindly thought-
fulneea of the association in prnpoatmr
to purchase nnd preserve the Gnrfield
munoion She Btutod that she would
impose no restrictions upon its use ,
although she expressed uhopo that the
library might be kept very much ns it
is. She requested thu association to
confer with her agent , General Swaim ,
as to all the details of the proposed
Mra. GarGold nvnils herself in cor
respondence of the franking privi
lege nccnrdiid her by congress. Post
master Luso availed himself of the
opportunity tn immoralina himself by
lostmnrkingthia letter with n big cir-
: lo containing his name as well us his
To Persona About to Marry.
"Topers nsnbout to mnrry , " Uouglnna
C > rrold'a utlvlca wivi "don't ; " wo supple
ment t > y Buying , without laylnij In a uup-
) ly ( if SritiNO Ur.osHOMvnlcli euro nl-
lumlnnria and other kldnoj anil bladder
complaints. Price 00 cent * , trial bottles 10
cent * .
HUGHES & TOV/SLEE / ,
3pnfectionery , Fmitsl\Tuts
Cigars and Tobacco. Fresh
jysters and Ice Cream in
12 MAIN ST. ,
IRON WORKS ,
ENGINES , BOILERS , MINING
Olllco and Worlus , Main Btreot ,
OOUNOIL BLUFFS , IOWA ,
We give special Attention to
Stamp Mills , Smelting Furnaoos ,
GENERAL MILL MAOfflNEttY ,
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
will receive prompt attention , A general M
Jrass Qoodfl , Bolting , Pining ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Pig Iron , Boko , Uoal ,
OHAS. HENDBIE ,
MRS. fl , J , HILTON , M , D. ,
PHYSICIAN ANB SURGEON ,
Broadwav Council BluiN.
017 St. OUarlos fit , , ST. LOUIS , Mo.
A KiOlir : > All OllADUATK ol two medical
ell Ktiiliubeen louuur eiL'aifod la the truat *
lent ol 01IUOMU , NK.11VOUSKIN AND
1LOOU lllteatei than any other pijjreldan In St.
ouUaaclty p | > en thaw and all old itsllenU
.now. Cumulation aiolllca or by mull , tree
nd Invited. A friendly tall or lilt opinion
cogta nothing. When It U Inconvenient to
Uttlio city for treatment , uicdiclnsa tun bo
cnt liy mall or vipriai otcrywhero. Curillo
oacsjinraritood ; wncro Uoubt uxUt/i It Ulroiik-
itUul , C'.lt or writ * .
Nervous jiroHtratlo Debility , Mental
JrooUJinjuritlcattUl _ _ ,
Ikln AlfectlmiB , OliOjorca mid Ulceru ,
nil'txlliiientu tu MarrittKe. TthBUJnatUui
itlLU. _ Hpeclul uttentlon tij cassi from
ecelvu upeclttl uttuutluii. lH ea et urU
ruin iiiiiru | louui ,
r 15 < jo uros.
COUNCIL BLUFFS MANUFACTURING GO.
Mouldings , Scroll and Lattice Work , Wood Turn
ing , Ilc-Sawiug , Planing and Matching , Sasli , Doors ,
Blinds , Boxes , Etc. Manufacturers and Dealers in
Improved Hawkeye Wind Mills and Pumps ,
J , J , Hatliaway , Manager , Council Bluffs , la ,
Machinery ill ho run oicluMrolv for custom work on ThiirsJayand Friilxyof
cnch veck , Ordm < licked nml Ri\ti fnotion ntmrnnlcod.
( Successors to J , W , Kodefer )
WHOLESALE AhD RETAIL DEALERS IN
LAOKAIiMA , LEHIGH , BLOSSBDBBjg
COHNELLSVILLE COKE , CEMEMT , LME , PLASTER , ETC.
Office No. 34 Pearl Street , Tovda Oor. EiRhth Street and
Eleventh Avenue , Oouncll Bluffs.
P. T. MAYNE. 0. E. MAYNE
BROOMS , BROOM HANDLES ,
MEAL , GRAHAM FLOUR AND
The Very Boat of Brooma Oonotautly on Hand. The Hl hcflt
Mtirket'Prloo Paid for
Corn , Oats , Rye , Barley
Parties Wiahing to Soil Brootn Corn Will Ploaao
JA1V1ES FRANEY ,
372 BROADWAV , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA.
Alwayakocpi onhandthoflnostassortmontolinat rial for Kuitlciium'u wear. Satldictlon guaranteed
Tor all kinds ol 1'ANOV GOuliS , such aa
ot all dcsorlptloiu. Also ItamlVcrchle'e , both In silk nnd llnon , hose ol all KlnJs , thread , pins ,
noodles , its. Wo hope the laulea will call and too our utoc * ol ROoJo at 639 lro ilwoy 7 [ )
olof cisowhero. '
UNION BAKERY ,
5J7 SOUT RHAIM STREET.
THH BEST BREAD IN THI3 OITY. None but firat-olaas Bakow
omployod. Bread , Oako , Pica , &o. , delivered to any wort of the city. Onr
run all day.
P. AYRES , Proprietor.
Of West Side , Crawford County , Iowa.
[ On the Chicago & Northwestern Railroad. ]
0. D. Miller . . . Exchange Bank
E. P Gillett . ' . . West Side Bank
3. 0. Btrail & Oo . Qunoral Merchandise )
Johrne & Grotu . . . General Mero'mndiso
V. N. Bvclcor & Oo . G on oral Morchandtao
'ohn Rohor . , . General Morclmntliao
f. Westland . Boots and Shooa
Baylor & Johnson . Hardware
Cornp it Hope , . Hardware
Vatorman A' Oo . , . Drugs
? hoodoro Wrcdo . Druga
Vm. Evero. . . . . . Furniture
ilcOrackon & Jlilcn . JJarnosa
Vm. Vioknra . Harneas
? , 0. Morgan . Livery
J mry Hchunjohn . Livery
lohh 0. Smith . Livery
j. L. Bond . , . , . Physician
1. Magor . Phyalcian
) , Iluldnno . Law
3 , L , PonGold . Law
I , 0. Ford . Entorpriao
V. N. Buokor , Jr. AJ Oo . . ' . f . .Diapatoh
' , II. Biirnca . JJarvoy Houao
V. M , Graham . Roataurant and Oonfoctionory
V , L. Snottswood . Confectionery , Stationery and Postofiico
lira. Neilio Schuyler . Millinery Store
Voloh & Koloon . Millinery Store
F. F. Brown . Blacksmith Shop
Albert Johnson . , . . . , . Wagon Shop
fcrrcn As Bruator . , . , . Creamery
. B. Nolaon . , . . . . . . . . Stoaru Mill
Valtz Bros , , . Moat Market
J.V. . Wallace * . Farm Implomenta
Voidling & Evora . Farm Implements
j. M. Lock . , . , . Farm Implements
'otora & Suhr . Lumber
< Vemun Knoirlca . Architect and Builder
J. L. Harris . , . Rendering Worka
laywnnil it Waterman . , . , . , , . . , . Elevator
' . J. King . Grain
'ayno Bros . Live Stock
3arcy Broa . , . Live Store
lalph Simpson . Manager Steam Shelter
A. Schuyler . Marshal
STARR & BUNCH ,
HOUSE , SIGN ,
ORNAMENTAL PAINTERS ,
PAPER HANGING ,
EALSOMININQ AND BRAINING ,
3hop Oornur Broad way and 800 it St
l.l ) . KOUUNPKOV , B. L HIIUUiRT , A , W.STRSIT ,
Proildent. Vlio-l'rt.3 t. CUfehler.
Of Uoniioll Bluffu.
Organized uuder ( lie J wi ol the State of low *
Paid up capita ) , , , , , . , .9 75,000
Authorized capital. , , , , , , . , , , , . , , , . . . . , . 2dUXW (
Intereit | > ald on tlajo dopculti. Draft * buued
on thu prluapil cltlm ol tna United titjtua and
Europe , UpoJal attontloi KVUU ! to colleiUout
and uirrcupjudonce with prompt return * .
J. D.Kdmunduo , K. b. bhuifirt , J. T. Utrt.l
W. > Y. W U ce , J. W. Holler , J. A. illdsr ,
A. W. fittest , jvTdti