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THE DAILY BEE-THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1882
Cf. O. OOC9XE Ac GO.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
City Mirkct , Conncll niuffs , Iowa ,
WHOLESALE FLOUR HOUSE ,
Central Anents for the Celebrated Mills ol 1 ! P. Ru < h & Co. . Ooldfn Eagle Flout LfirenwoJth
Kanovi , nd tjucen 1 > o MIllv iloux Fnll9 , Dakotx
Reference , Fmllh ft Crl't-nden ' , Council Bind * , K
HI. E ! .
W IOLrSAI.E AND KETAIL
STATIONERY AND PRINTER'S GOODS ,
COUHOIL BLUFFS ,
TITLE ABST BATr 0"FTTrlE.
J. "VST. > < 2S XT X 3EC KJ .Sc 43 d > .
Lands and Lots Bought and Sold.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW HATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS.
nOUNCILLUFFS - OWA.
15 North Main Street.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN SHOE FINDINGS.
Rcadf-ntted uppers , In calf akin and kip. O.ik anil Hemlock SOLK LEATHER , and al
ooJs KppertMnlnir to the aboo trmle. Oo-d < sold q chcnp ai In the Eimt. _
! . IDMflS
FOll STYLISH SPRING MILLINERY PATTERN BONNETS AND
CHILDREN'S HATS A SPECIALTY.
105 South Main Street. Council Bluffs Ia.
Thixt never require crlmplnpr , at Sin. J. J. Good's Hair Btoro , ot print ) r cr lictero touched by
ny other Imlr dealer. Also n full line ol switches , itc. tk really reduced prices. AlsoxoIJ ,
illtcr and colored nets VI'MCS mailo from Udlcs' own hair. Do not fall to i-all bcloro purchtilug
elKwhire. All Koodx warranted s reprcsenterl MRS. J , J COOL ) ,
29 MilnPtri'Ci , Council lllufl ? . Inn a
No. 5Ui ( , I3ROADWAY , ( Palmer's Block.
Between ( ith and 7tb atreeta.
Our Motto.Slrii' rleanli'icx , the bo't quality of inwvts , anil lo eel J > o3slllo jirkc . Mcata ile-
l\irtd to nj j-artof tlio oitj Come .v d BOO our new thop.
At Bryant's Spring ,
Oor , Broadway anil Union Sts.
PJaln , Medicated , Vrjior , Electric , 1'lun e ,
Doiich , Shower , Hot and Cold Itatha Com.
potent n ale and Icmalo nurrcs and attendants
alnaya on hand , and the bent of cato and atten
tion vlven patrons. Special attention ch en to
bathing children. Investigation aud patrona 'u
BOllcltcdDR. . A. II STUDLEY & Co. ,
10(5 Upper Broadway.
Dr. Studlcy : Treatment of chronic discuses
made a specialty.
HKMOVED without the
drawing of hloou or u oof
I knlfo. Cures lunir diseases ,
AND OTHER Kits , Scrofula , Ll\cr Com-
p'aliit , Dropsy , Ithcuma-
* ! ! < nn
T II M II R S tlsnl > * 'e\cr and llcrcnr-
I U til U II O Ia80rc9i | Erjslpclae , Salt
Rheum , Scald Head , Cit.iirh , weik , lullamed
nd ijranulatod Kjcs , rcrofuloua Ulcers and Female -
male Disease ) of all Kinds. Also Kidney ami
Vcncrlal disuse' . Hemorrhoids or 1'iles cured
AH diseases treated upon thopilnclplcof -
tblc reform , without the uoo ot mercurial poll *
ons or the knife.
Electro Vapor or JI-dlcateJ liatha , furnished
who dcalra them.
Hernia or llupturo radically cured by the HBO
the Elastic but Truiw and i'lwtcr , which has
mipeilor In the world.
CALL ON Oil ADDUESS
Drs , E , Rice and F , 0 , ffillor ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , la.
J. M. PALMEJK ,
AN D LOAN AGENT ,
. . ,
Practltlontr of H mcopathj , conkultliiff
ORJco and residence (115Vlllow a > enuc , Uouii-
cl IIluIlH. Iowa. _
14 Pearl Street , Uounoil
EitrnctlnK'ftud Jllllnir a eptclilty.
DB. A. P. IIAWCHETT ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Offleo , No. 14 1'enrl Btrctt. IIoiu , D n. m. to
2 , , and 2 p. m. , to 6 p , in. Koaldciuo , 120
Bancroft btn.it. Telephonic connection with
F. T. SEYBERT M. D.
. . , . . ,
PHYSICIAN & SUHGEON.
COUNCIL BLJFFS ( , - - IA.
Office No. 5 , Everett Block , Uroad-
way , over A. Louio'a llestaurant.
jt a Tiea iT TJ 3" ! $ C * ff *
, . * J" * * '
fg | jS-2 < Cf .Si' * - * * h * ' * "
Ol co o vf 0avJuf9 } bane
OOUNOIl. . BLUFFS , Iowa.
Yf , 0. Jatnca , In wnnectlon with big law &nJ
lli.ctlon buslne. ti ra and eel''real Ute
ftttaM wUhlni , to buy or wUdtyjroport ) uui
e , P.rl
EDWIN J. ABBOTT.
Justice ot the Peate and
Notary Public } i
416 Broadway , Council Bluffs , ,
Detit d orti Be3 driven nd nknul ged
WATER WAVES ,
In Stock and Manufactur
ed to Order.
Wnvos Made From Your Own Huir.
TOILET RTICLES ,
All Goods Warranted as
Represented , and Prices
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
337 W. Broadway ,
Council Bluffs ; _ - - low a
MRSTE , J , HARDING , M ; Di" .
Graduito ot Kloctxojnthlc Institution ,
I'tmu * .
OfflcG Cor , Broadway & Glenn Avo.
COUKCIL BLUFJ-fi , IOWA.
The treatment ot nil dlecasca and painful dlf-
ficultlcs peculiar to fem.ilca a epccUlty.
J. G. TIPTON ,
Attorney & Counsellor ,
u ational Hank , Council IluI ) .
Ion a. Will praUUo In the stain and federal
courts JNO.JAYFRAINEY ,
Justice rf tlie Peace ,
314 BROADWAY ,
Council Bluffs , - - Iowa.
W. B. MAYES ,
Loans andEealEstate ,
Proprietor of alititrac'a of 1'ottawattamlu
count ) 0111(0 corner of Hraadwiy and Main
ulreelt , Cuuncil Bluff * lena
JOHN STE1NER , M. D. ,
tDeutwhtr Arzt. )
Cor. WASHINGTON AVK it 7th St.
Council Bluffs ,
uluiasca of uonien and children a spocUIty.
FltUK DlSl'KNKAUV 17'RUV SATCHIIAY ,
Oflico In Everett's block , Htarl treat. Hwl ] (
dtnc-o C a Fourth fctrtet Otflco hours from 9 to
g ru , S lo < ar.d o H p ni. _ _ . . _ . _
F. 0. u \
PRACTICAL DBHTIST. (
oppoeltn tbo postotlko. Ono of f
thooUcatrt > : tltijncri > In Counoil Bluff * . KUli ff. fi i
& OBAIG , f.D
ARTISTIC POTTERY , C
r.lch r.-ii QlBst" , Fine Frunch China , C V
Silver Wure &c. , t
840 Dao DWT tOITKCIL UIUFKH. W\ t
The Star Bakery , \ 1
HOWARD & ROBIE , a
227 MAIN ST , \
Employ the beat Bread Baker In the We t ; ilo
sjchoic * hind for C' kc and f'r. .
JVced drIUcrod ta all parti cf the oily.
JUSTIFIED BY AGE.
The Oldest Printer nt the Cnso In tbo
Corrc potidcnc of Tim Ilm.
Cou > ixo , Iowa , August 29. Wm
\V. 1'rcscotl , known ns "Grandpa
1'reacntt , " now setting typo on The
Corning Gazette , is probably the oldest
printer at the cnso in the Unitcc
States , having been a "typo" for
sixty-four years , nnd still living by his
work of ton hours a day. He began
at Concord , New Hampshire , in the
clhco of Tim New Hampshire. 1'otriot.
Ilia son , who is alto in Tlio Gazette
ullice , has once or twice had the father
retired , nnd has hoped to sco the
evening of lifo prolonged in n peaceful
twilight of rest , but the inlluenco of
mcdicnl advisors has overcome the
promptings of filial love , and the
habits of a lifetime nro allowed to con
tinuo. Through the odi'oiial ' chit'
chnt , aomo notice of Mr. Proacolt's
whereabouts nnd history hnvo been
mentioned in porno eastern papers ,
nnd ho is quite often in receipt of n
half dollar nud request for his photo
graph , which ho has been obliged to
hnvo made in cabinet Mzo to meet the
demand. Although so many years
hnvo passed over his head , nnd ho has
witnessed the changes of fortune that
has coino to the pcoplo of thtsns _ well
ns many other nations , the rise and
fall of empires , and the progress nnd
developments of the avtoniid _ inven
tions ns applied to navigation nnd
trntlic , Iho approach of the impending
crisis , nnd the restoration ot peace ,
nationally , religiously and politically ,
for the larger part of n century , yet
every day ho warms nacatnt the cases ,
nnd before many jears will pass , it
will bo chronicled that Gromlpi Prescott -
cott haa "locked up his forms" nnd
awaits the "proofs. "
Hero too \vo met L. M. Wilson , who
was for Borne time connected with thu
journal at Sns elision Bridge.
W. 11. 11. HOMO has been confined
to his home on account of sickness in
110 family nud the death of u young
child. Frank it Klmandorf , who have
been doing n largo land business hero
nnd banking nt 1'acilio .1 unction , have
just moved their headquarters back to
Doming , although they c intiimo the
banking business there ns before. Thu
L'nrk houto Hooino to bo the favored
lotol , and is ns neat nnd tidy ns n now
jand-box. The ntreota have been
jraded , nnd now oidownlks sixtien
: ce't wide nro provided on the main
streets. Iho lawyers nro nearly nil
out of town attending courts in
some other county , and many ot
: ho citizens nro rusticating in the
"llockies , " or traveling the plains ,
while the olmrp-eyed business man is
soon every day on the streets inquiring
for Col. W. W. Patterson , and or
ganizing to introduce his now bul'd '
ing material into some distant part of
the continent. The Colonel is giving
much of his time to the improvement
of methods of using this stone , und
of adapting it to the thousand uses
to which it io , and may bo applied for
building purposes , and for struct pave
incuts , ns the cheapest and most dur
able pavement over known. _ The
Colonel is also assisting in laying the
new canal at Kearney , Nebraska , nnd
for the development of a system of
wntor powers , and irrigation that
mny solve the great problem of
the "dry plains , " nud supply , from
nature , an abundance of water for a
trilling sum , and thereby redeem
much vnluablo land that is now deemed
worthless. It is estimated that Adnms
county will have an average crop this
'all , if the weather shall permit the
corn to ripen , although corn is not
what is seen along the Missouri and
most ot the valleys of western Iowa.
[ Monty of apples nro being wagoned
up from the southern part of the state
u id sold nt n dollar n bushel , for the
npplo crop here is not large this sea
son , and the political crop is very un
Revitalizing the blood is absolutely *
leciiasary for the euro of gunornl do-
Jility , weakuet's , laaautitudp , etc. The
jest onrichor of the blood is Brown'o
[ rou Bitters
A Toxoa Gent Ruucu.
nl rtou ( lex ) News.
Thi editor of tlio Uvaldo Hrspori-
\u has nmde n visit to thu famous
STut'ces Canyon , incluling the Angora .
r.inch of S , J. Arnold und brothers ,
[ lero the canyon widetm out for a dis-
tancB of Htivon miles in fact , it is the
widest and most beautiful spot in tint
canyon. Thece gentlemen own and
control about 15,000 ncres , einbr.icing
; ho rich valleys of Mavurick creek on
the went and JUnch creek on the cast ,
which tire only imnutnro canyons put-
g into the NUUCCH valley from either
side , furnishing unnbundanco if grpes
nnd wuter the year round , und which
* R used aa a iiummer range , while in
lummy county they liuvo miothur
ranch whuro they winter their sheep
mtil nftur the lambing season , keep-
ng the goats on the homo ranch dur-
ng the kidding season Six years ago
ast .Iiilv theeo gentlemen commenced
with 87f g atonnd I , > l001ioadof sheep.
Sow tlmy have 4,000 of the former
and 8,000 of the Utter , Their losses
n sheep will amount to about the
same in money vulue as their pur
chases , while on the goat question
.hey nro 6-,000 ahoaJ of their losses ,
jc-Hidcn their increase. During thin '
loriod their losses fiom disease And >
itht.rwieo have not bcon over fj per
cent on their goati. They run uoven
dillbrcml Hocks which gave steady em
ployment to hovon herders , besides a
viciurn ( who niiperintunds thn
ib will .11 oi-ira tiunds t attund ro '
ithcr work on the ranch. In the
heearing , lambing , a-ad dipping oca-
ions of cr'Urao iho number it gieally
uigmeiitcd. On tliiu ranch the goata i
'iavo been improved up by _ the bant of
: hoioup < hbrciJ billiua until now thr
gradoa run from one-half to liltoun-
oixtcontliB , Last spring their goat
clip amounted to 1 200 pounds , which
waa sold in Wow Yirk at an average
of 40 ecu e. Wo have often heard
the question naked , vthat profit ia
there in goataf In common goats the
profit lies in the hide * nnd ttllpw ,
which always command a good price ,
and the supply of good meet in a 10
shape that will not spoil in warm
\vuuthor before it can bo used up , By Ilia
using Angora sirea n ( lock can bo
graded up to high that the wool i
moro prjilabo ( ! than tJiat of ehucji , Lut
where- the nnimal itself is hardier ,
more prolific , and low cxponsuo.
Brlp.ht'n Dlnonup , Dlnbetii , lUdnoj-
Ijiror or tlrinnrr Dlionim.
Hnvo no four of nny of the diseases il
you USP Hop Hitters , ns they will pre
vent nnd euro the worst CASM , oven
when yen hnvo been made- worse by
aomo great pulled up pretended euro ,
Movement of thoGront Corn Crop.
St. I.rn ! Clobc Drmorrat.
Vice President ( Jault , of the Wnb.ish
system in fpoal.inp yesterday of the
season of no iviiy in trallic just open
ing , nnd the great corn crop to be-
moved , catinulcd the business to bo
done by the Southwestern roads , or
what nro known na the Onialm and
Knucaa City pools , nt four timrs what
it wns last year , In the western part
of Iowa there is n corn bolt 120 miles
wide , embracing tlio Missouri riror
slope , which will yield in the aggregate
gate moro corn tins year than it has
ever douo before. Indord , il is on
that section tlmt loxvn depends for its
showing of mairo , the eastern pjrt of
thu state having gene moro and more
into dairying nud grazing. The
Omaha line of the 'VVnbath pnsaos
through the heart of this corn belt ,
ami this year it will bo itn first oppor
tunity to show its real value M & con
tributory to the Wnbash system. The
crop was so light last year tlmt the
railroad carried to many points ns
much corn ns was shipped nwny from
them. Although the movement of the
Western staple ia yet in the future ,
the promise of the crop is such that in
nil branches of trnlllo nn increase is
noted , Mr. Gaultsnidho hnd recent
ly tnlked with Western merchant * ,
from Kansas City nud other points ,
nnd all commented on thu rapid in
crease of orders as compared with the
dullness of twelve months nijo. The
Wnbnah ia already feeling the impetus.
The earnings nro § 500,000 a week ,
with 1,000 miles of road through n
country whcro the movement of ttie
corn crop is thu great Hem of trathc.
That portion of the system is now con
tributing comparatively littlebut will
very materially add to tno revenue-
few weeks hence. The Wnbaah , upon
the absorption of vnrious branches and
feeders within the past two years , has
increased its equipment t' > the maxi
mum. Indued , in dull times it is able
to loan from ito stock. A year ngo or
BO some thirty now locomotives wore
added to the motive power , and ten of
thcpo have been in service on the Iroi\
Mountain railroad for aomo time. All
the stock is now being gathered in und
proparntiona made for meeting the
largest demand yet made on UIUEJS-
Josh Ilillin cayr : "Thcro ain't noi \ in
mtral liistrv tunt hnz been et more , mil
lint mnro oft I linn apple pi. nud no nicdi-
cin lean 01110 inclit'entiin nml bllioiuncfi * Imf
to uel at Sriu.sr. UIOV > OM. " I'ncoOO
centu , trial bottles II ) cento.
Applet ) tor Export.
Aimilrin AciIiHiUmlst ( or fcoptcuilior.
From reliable sources wo learn that
: ho nppln crop will bo very poor in
England this year , and not over
abundant on the continent of Europe.
A short npplo crop in England means
a demand lor American fruit to the
jrofit , ia not of our orshnrdistr. , at
cant to our shippers. In former
years American apples have met with
i ready Ealo at paying prices in Eng-
and , but within the last two or three
, 'oars the trade haa been less profita
ble. It is the old story over again ,
; hat guod fruit in good condition
brings good prices. Two years ago ,
making advantage of the unusual
icarcity abroad , parties sent over
irtio quantities of iipplcu without re-
; .ird to their ( juulity or condition. As
i consequence this fruit in Covent
'jnrdon market , an it would have been
n Washington market , waa left on
, he f'ealora" hands. Hundreds of bar
rels dil not bring the coat of the
'roight nnd American apples foil into
disfavor. The same conrao , if fol-
owed this year , will meet with a ninii-
ar result. Only the best fruit puckod
n the best manner will ] > ny in Eng-
and aa ut home. The Knglish re
ceived ' their tirst impronsions of
American apples from the Nowtowu
I'lpniu ' , which sovuriil years ago was
hn 1 only kind sent abroid , and waa in
demand there ho trover largo their own
crop of fruit might be. But this vn-
ioty i ia far from abundant , and others
iavo boon forwarded of late yoare.
J'lio B ildwin , Graining , Spitzi'iihorg ,
Northern Spy , King of Tompkins
county , Itnvo sold well when good of
.heir kind. The rnecilly practice of
'topping" has injured thu reputation
of our fruit , so at present it is not
jought by tlio appoir.uicii of the top
ayer , but the contents of the barrel
are poured out for the inspection of
ho purchaser. Properly managed
ho oxpurt of apples might bo very
irofitablo , ni'd wo liopo that somu
notliod may bu duviecd by which a
eliaro of the profita may reach tlio
jrowcr of the Iruit. _
Debilitated perdonu , end Hifferers
rom w.isting dieenaeti such as con
sumption , uciofula , Kmnoy affections ,
viil bo gicatly buitliUi'd by using
iiruvm'H Jron Hitters
JUNE * WAS MAD.
Gonk'lng'u HudunoHa to tno Miunoa
Joneu tUo CnuHo or the Now
York Tirnos' Hostility.
Waahington epcciul : TJio bitter at-
ack of The Now York Timea on ox-
ionator OoiildinUjiiinii urliclo entitled
'Jay Uould'a ' Man , " rovivcs n atory
nco current hero in Washington , "
vhich oxplaina thu hostility of The
t'nnos to Oonkling ; Several yoara
igo George Jonca , the proprietor of "
I'ho Times , V.MS on hia way the na-
101 al capUxl ith Inn daughters , and
> i.ln ; , WIM ( \ paescnsor im the aainn
rain. Jonu ? wua u worm porsorial
liand mid admirer of Oonkling , and
lad utilized ovary opportunity to aay
Lind word about him in
iii paper. Oonkling dnrmt ; thu jour-
icy from Nm/ York to Washington
usaod through the car in which .IOIICB
itid liia daughti'fd were , Conkhng
topped n moment to Hpeuk to Jonaa
Junta Bci ea the opportunity to
utrodnco him to hi danghttra. G'onl ; .
ing buruly recoginx.ed the mtroduo-
ion , and without apeaking a word to
ho young Indira pnBsod toiuunhor car.
Jonca w.ta mad , so mad , indeed , that
could f.c.iculy givu utteunco to hia
ingor. There wua no loasons why
daughters chuuld bo treated with A
auch indiirerenco. They were not
particularly noted for their beauty , to
they wem fine looking nud atyliah ,
anl ( had the reputation of being vor
amiable and remarkably bright. Jonen
said to Tom Murphy , the noted Xow
York politician , who wns a tpect.itur
of the scone , that Conkling'n manner
amounted to unpardonable rudoners
and that the time would comii when
Conkling would regret it. Murphy
went into the car where ConklniR woa
and endeavored to induce him to ire
and nnko nmods for hi * mnjinrious
conduct , but Conkbng waa too proud
to admit that ho liad done nnvthing
Juch rtquirod the nppearanco of an
apology. FCVIIII tlmt tnno to the prta-
out the Times hns lost no
chtnco to nswil Conkliui ; .
When Conkling had liii Canonchot
trouble nnd waa driven olftlui Sprague
premifca by Spracuo with n ahot-pun ,
all the other Now York papers aup-
pressed the atory the next d.iy except
The Times. CouUing knew bolter
than to ask a fax or rf Jours. He
know that the story waa to bo publish
ed in the Times , and ho was no
anxious about it that ho wailed until
o'clock in the morning to got proof
slips of it from The Times otlzo ,
which were brought to him by a
'riund. It is probable tlmt Conklmg
ma wished many times that ho had
jccn moro gracious to the .Jones
A medicine of roil merit , protcnbcd
loading physicians , and universally
reccoiumendcd by thooo who have
iscd it , na a true tonic is , Hronn'a
Poatotlico Ctmngo ? .
Poatolllco changca in Nebraska
during the week ending .September 2 ,
1882 , furnished by Wm. Van VJeck
of the noatollico department :
Discontinued Poor's llinch , Sioux
county ; Willow ( Stove , Hod Willow
county ; Wilmot , Furnas county.
Names Changed -Seneca , Cutter
county , to Wonlcrvillo , and Wiu.
inrlliea appointed postmaster ; Town-
end , ( i.igo county , to Floral , and
lohn II. ilowas appointed poitmastcr.
I'oatmastm Appointed -IJic ; Spring ,
\Vayno county , 1) . T. Seara ; Sears-
) iirgh , Poncshiclc county , , ! . 0. Ham-
Tlio liEsT SAI.VK In tliu .vorlil for Cut * ,
JniUcitSorej ) , Ulccra , .Salt Ithcum , Fr-
vur Sorci , Tttter , Cliaipoil HaiuK ( Jbil
il'ijuw , Corn ? , and nil skiu cnipltoni , unit
moitlvcly cities liloa. It i-t p.m r i < , ) l to
the h.iliiif.ictfou or m.- ' " . . . ntlod ,
'rico , i"ccuU per bor in.r i.iu liv iO.
Mnrlc Thin ! > I on tlu ioin Itlou c ( tlio
Htoinuli ntul ita near nl lew , hclhcr niul tlio
) OHcli * , ilcji Mil plij ilcil hoillh ftiu ! ilonrnphu of
nUltcct. It thutio oiKitm are in cttvo or In n
ttttoot lirltuloii , tlio to Inir , ri ulntlnk' , Hoaili
U Iiilhtcnco of Tjrrini'H hell/or AKr.i ) > 'it In nr-
A Mi Hltt OtilhTS
All Shippers and Travelers will find
rood accommodation and reasonable
SOUTH MAIN STREET.
OPPOSITE CRYSTAL MILL ,
Council Bluffs Iowa.
, - - , .
HOLLAND & MILLKK ,
Sullivan & Fitzgerald ,
DIALKUH : IN
GROCERIES , PROVISIONS ,
Orookory , Glassware ,
Also o ontH for the folloulnK'lliiiB of
Stoaraship Companies :
Uunard , Anchor , Onion , Ainerlrati , and State
htutnmtnp t'oni ) links
oo. as.a. . 3E"acr sss
"or nalo on Din Ho > % l Hank of Iriiland anil Hanlc
of Ireland , Dulillii , 'lliovi w n intend tn Bond for
fluids to anv partof huropo will IInd It to llulr
itcri'bt taiall on
Sullivan & Fitzgerald ,
A < ; KNTH ,
343 Broadway i Council Blu'Io
now i n u a K.
They curpmu all other s for ci y ridltu. style
"They are for ualo by all Loading Car.
iago Uuildors and JJcalora tliruu liuut
ho country ,
"IPRINGS , GCAR3 & BODIES i
i < /rtal b
Henry Tirnken ,
I'atenlte andltulldtr of Kino Carrlairca ,
a ; , - - 3VC O.
EUROPEAN HOTEL ,
Thomontuirjlr.looatnl ! ! h'.tcl Intl.uclt ) .
Iloonil 71 II 00 , il 60 and 2 00itit \ dat
Mnt C'Uia IteaUur.mt conntcUd ultti thu
liunsr , - - Prop.
Coiiar fourth iri-1 1/ci.ujt fitretU.
ChrUllan Famllj ficli'ml for IlJja. I'nparcii
ort'olU't'i , llcion'ifl ) Krhool < r Hunliuw Hcnd
O.ipt , I D , N KIRKTAUJCm1.
Uorr an Park , Cook Cp , , III.
COUNCIL BLUFFS MANUFACTURING CO.
Mouldings , Scroll and Lattice Work , Wood Turn
ing , llo-Sawing , Planing and Matching , Sash , Doors ,
Blinds , Boxes , Etc. Maiiufa9turors and Dealers in
Improved Hawkeye Wind Mills and Pumps.
J , J , Hathaway , Manager , Council Bluffs , la ,
Machinery ill lie run excltifthclv for cnilmn work on Thtiriclny and Friday of
each week. Orders a llcitcii nntl qittNfnctlon RUnrnntceJ.
( Successors to J. W. Rodefer )
W1IOLKSAL12 AM ) RETAIL DEALERS IN
LAGElfAfflA , LEHIfiH , BLOSSBMGfll
CONNELLSVILLE COKE CEMENT LIME PLASTER
, , , , ETC.
Oflico No. 34 Penrl Street , Yards Oor. r < i hth Street nnd
aioventb Avomi , jDqunoU Bhiflk
1 * . T. MAYNK. 0. E. MAYNE
COUNCIL BLUFFS STEAM FACTORY
BROOMS , BROOM HANDLES ,
'CORN MEAL , GRAHAM FLOUR AND
I'bo Very Beat of Brooms Oonatuntly on Hand. The Hijjhent
Murkot Price Paid for
Corn , Oats , Rye , ffBarley
IBIROOIM : OOZRZNT
Parties Wiahlrjfj to Boll Broom Oorn Will Ploaao
JAMES FRANEY ;
372 BROADWAY. COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA.
AlHaal c < 'pioiiliamHlinfliiu'tm ortit'ctit of mat rlaUorguitlciiion'a ear. faatlnfactlon u'uarantccd
I'or all hinds cf TANGV GOUU.S , nucli as
LubuaiillllJUlliuiloo ! ,
of all descriptions. Also llandl crchlo'i , both In silk and linen , lioio of nil Kinds , thread , pint ,
iccdlui , itc.Vo hope the lacilca Hill call and BCD our stock of needs at 633 llroadway i ilif i
yol'iy eUowhore. _
UNION BAKERY ,
517 SOUT MAIM STREET ,
THE BEST BREAD IN THE CITY. None but nrat-elaas IJakor *
employed. Urrad , Cake , Pica , itc. , delivered to any part of the city. Our
run all day.
P. AYREft , Proprietor.
Merchant Ta lor.
( I.ato Cutter for Molcalf Jt , , )
Devol's New Building , NO M ain Street.
Council Bluffs , la , i | g3
order tfK | ami uixvnnN ,
J. K. KIMIiALL. OKO. 11. OIIAMP.
EIMBALL & CHAMP ,
pssorita.l 1' , \ I. N.
Abstract , Real Estate and Loan Brokers.
William the oiilj.oiiiilitu | net cf tlutrat. hooka fo all. Itj lots and land * tn I'ntUwatUmlo
enmity litliHixamliiul ami uliUrau * fur lulmlon nhort nfliu. MOIIL ; to loan en city aail farm
proicrt , ilinrt iirnl I 'tix ' tlinu , In urn no tint thu liarroivtr. Ucul utUtu bought awl oj. | oiHio
t llio uM ttlaiii ) , nnnoilfu court h HMD
Of Arcadia Carroll County , Iowa.
ON THE CHICAGO \ KOJtTinVKSTKllNIt.il.
, . Jl. Cinrai Hank of Arcadia
bycullirif. ' , Kveni iVAlolir ( idieral MerchiiiiiliBo , ( Jrain , Implomonta
rji ! > " " OeiiLirtl AIorchnndiBu , Grain , Implements
I. 1'iuter it C'o Omieral Merclmiidiao
iVeatbrook .V hovely Groceries and Drugs
j iS. Stull Drugii and limurancu
J. S. Lavely , Hardware and Implements
) , Harnholdt Hardware
t. ] ' . ilnhnsun Harness
I. Kwaldt Hotel and Hoarding Houuu
' . II , Charka Law and Insurance
J. ] J. II. FoiiBlni , Physician
Mrs. rt. I'ViiBtrn Millinery Store
i'Vank ' ICaopkn Illncksmith and Wagon Shop
NT. Hii ] uon , liluokamitli .Shop
F. Smnllfoldt Hldeksmith Shop
lohn Houtner , Farm Implements and Grain
[ ) , .1. MoDougall , Grain , Mayor
II. Carpenter I'ostmaotcr and Notary Tublio
! I. Kriim Furniture
hiin Brim Urick Vard
I. Aill Lwory
K II A > . , u M.r'hal
IK/H. orficrit. w , n , M ,
JfflOEB & PUSSY
Ooimcil Bluffs la ,
Established , - - 1866
! luil era In Fortlii > fti l Uou btlu Kxchan end
nd Iwiuu bitunttue.
JACOB SIMS ,
Ittorney and Oounsollor at Law ,
COUNOIfi JUjUFl-'S , IOWA.
) IIUe I'roadwaj , hetwccn Main and IVnil
ltul . > U1I praitkc In btalu and
723 W. Broadway ,
LARSON & ANDERSON ,
Th.jlaunJiy limjiut been opjntd lor hiul.
now , and w u are naw pr jparud to do laiudry
vork of all Uudd and gutra'itea B.itl ( iillon A
( p.'Clult/nmlo of flnv uorli , eueh us collira ,
i ulln , UumlilrLl , eteVo Maut utirjtojy to
LARSON & ANDERSON.
MRS , fl , J , HILTON , M , D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
. 222 Broadway Council Bluff *
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