Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, September 25, 1882, Page 7, Image 7

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THE DAILY BEE MONDAY SEPTEMBER 25
IS. EL
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
STATIONERY AND PRINTER'S GOODS ,
OOOTOTI.BKOPi'S IOWA.
_ . , _
TiTLE ABSTRACT 0 FFIOL
jr.vsr. . v * . < CRcr : r st xa VSB a o.
La 11 da and Lota Bought and Sold.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW HATES.
HOTAHIEB PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS.
COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA.
HENRY BEECRQ.-T ,
; nouiuts' OLD SVA.NU.
IV * nil ojnMmierr.niilnir his eMv Hno totlliurt'Cl f > e < ty. All orders promptly attended
to. IOW CEAKO'Ti'aUAHANTin.'iJ New ilocK CO.IB ( mil ) r cli. . _
D. M. CONNELL ,
Funeral EVirector and Undertaker.
"No. 17 , North Main S treat. Council Binds
C ll (7."inptlrtin ) crod nM.'l hours , night or d j. Xowhcaisc nml London carriages direct
iroin itotac'iory ti run In connection therewith. _ _
That never rcqulrucrlmilng. at Mm. J , J. Goad's Hair Store , t prlcun no > cr bolero touched bv
ny other hair dealer. Also a lull line ol gwibclic % etc. at really reduced prices. Alno cold ,
tilvcr and coined ncH. VT vcs mada trom 1. vital1 own hilr. Do not ( all to tall bcfora purchnelng
elwmhcro. Arl goods warranted as nprcscutn ) . MRS. J. J. GOOD ,
29 Main ntrrai. Council liluttn , Iowa.
'UNION BAKERY ,
SOUT mm STREET.
THE BEST BREAD IN THE CITY. None but firat-cltsa Bnkort
Employed. Btoa , Cake , Pica , S.c. , dolivorocl to any part of the city. Oui
" \Vagom , ran nil cky.
_ P AYFES , Proprietor.
\ fen * \ \
hLBS US !
No. B3G , BROADWAY , ( Pnlmer'o Block.
Between Gth nnd 7th streets.
TI&KN08 ,
Ou/Mot'o : Str'ot eleanlhicss , the bo t quality of meats , and lowest possible rrfcw. Mcata dc-
Irt.rul to : in.piYlof tliecltj. Conic mil ece our new t hop.
BATHIBBIOU8II
At Bryant's Spring ,
Cor , Broadway and Union -Sfe.
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Plain , Mo-'lcatcd , Vapor , Ekctrlc , 1'luuiro ,
Doucb , Sbw or , Hot and Gold C.ttha , Gun-
potent nu.'rt and fcinilo nurras end nttcnilnrta
always otii.iml , and thebcit nlM-tenud atlcn-
lion dvcu f itrone. Special tttuntlnu given to
buttling civKdrcn. Invcellgatlon'sud t > atroE3 o
eollclted.
eollclted.DR. . A. H. SrrjDLEY.ife Co. ,
106 Upper Uroadway.
Dr. Stviloy : Treatment ot chronic dlsottos
made a apt laity.
n & "KTn filTl n UKUOVED without . .tho
11 U. U I 11 K N driving oMloodor.U3eot :
U lilt KJ JJlUU knife. Ourea lunp dl.cnice ,
AND OTHKT ? IlitB , Bcrotcla , Uvcr Com-
' it nr A ri rt I'lalntDrorsy , Rhouma-
'ill Rf' 11 K S thai , leaver and llcrcar-
U Bfc U II U jal Breai H rslpclas | , fiilt
Rheum , Scald Head , C tatrhvcak. Hi oK.-id
and grancUtcd Ut , HorotuIou9 > 1.Cvara and Fo-
mele Dloeiaet of all Klufu. A Mo Kidney .iJ
VeLcrialHlltfnocs. litmorrhoWs or Piles cuieil
inonev' refunded.
All diseases treated nyon IhoptlnclpIcoLvoprt-
abiu refo.-m , without thotso et icvrcurial l > ov-
cnnor tto knlfu.
Kloctro Vnpor or li-dlittod Catha , furnlalr > d
ni.o desire thorn.
Ucrnia or Kupturo radmly ! ) cured by the ate
tte lUaitloboltTrcasnadriasti.- b 9
upcclor In thcws/ld.
Drs , R , Rice an F.0 , Hillezt
COUNOIL BLUEFS , la.
.DENTISTS.
. .
14 Foarl Stroat , Council Bluffs
Eitrnctln a o i clilty. Flrat-clan.
itoili pjarnnteed.
DB. A. V , HACTCHEXT ,
PHYSICIAN ANS .SURCEOH.
OlUco , No. It J'eorl rttreut. Hotua , 9 a. m. to
J. , and 2 p. m , , I'J t | > , . Hojldt'iti ) , I'M
Rincroll Brcrt , 7elej > hanl.i car.iicc .an with
Central oBico ,
"J/M. ALMM ,
REAL ISTATE
AND LO LN AGENT
W.D.STILLMAN
. . ,
rrutitlcner ol Il iccnpathxcoiiiultlai
PliysicianandSurgGon ,
Office urtro8lJenco 616 Willow atomic , Cojn-
cl Hlufle , LOH a.
F. T. SEYBERT , m. EL ,
PHYSICIAN & SURGBON.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - IA ,
Office No. 5 , Everett Block , JHroad- '
* ay , over A. Louio's Rcstaurnnt ,
>
tua
Jyj r y y p p y i
OfCoc t-tr alnjr lank.
OOC'NOLb EI/JFFS , . . . loxa.
flE-AL fiSTATt"
W. C. Jamta , ID citvectlon with hit law uad
aollcctlea LuolacidLui-o and sell * real Citato.
jf yeiwjua wishing to tuy cr etll city prop rt > call
ever BuahnU's book etoro , Ftarl
EDWIN J. ABBOTT.
Justice of the Peace and
Notary Public.
416 Broadway , Council Bluffs
Ptitl Jnvc find tcknowl d-od
MRS , E , J , HARDING , H , I ) , ,
Medical Electrician
AND
GYGNEOOLOG1ST.
GrAduata of Kloctrcjittblo > Inetltutlon , 1'htla-
dclptit. , I'enna.
Offlca Cor , Broaiway Glonu Ave.
COUNCIL JDLUFFSJ IOWA.
The treatment ofU < dlflc cn and painful dlf-
Ccultlca peculiar to foronlca a.specialty.
J. G. TIPTON ,
Attorney& Gonsellor ,
Office over First National Dank , Council BiuOs ,
Iowa. Will practlco In the ' i.to and federal
courts.
Justice of tlie Peace ,
014 BROADWAY ,
Council Bluffg , - - Iowa.
W. B. SffAYES ,
Loans an Eeallstate ,
Troprletor of abstracts of Fottawattamlo
county. OHlon corner of Drcnd ay and Main
otri-cu , Council IllufTs tlourn.
JOHfi STEIHERHI. . D , ,
( DeuUfhtr Arzt. )
Cor. WASKINGTCN AVE Jfc 7th St.
; Osunoll Llufla.
women am ! children /paclalty. .
P , J , MONTGOMERY , D
,
' . KDAY.
Office In Kverott'o b1at ! , Pearl tca . Keel ]
'iico Ci3 Fourth Urcet. Odlco houro from 0 to
1 V in. , 2 to < a rt ottp. in. Council l.luffd
PEACTMAL BBKH8T.
Pearl op'oofto tbo poitotficu. One of
tbocldcot ) u.-tltlonero In Council llhilf. 3atla-
HUGHES & TOWSLEE ,
DEALKIIS IN
CpBZectionery , FrnitsNuts
Cigars and Tobacco. Freeh
Oysters and Ice Cream is
Saascn.
12 MAIN ST. ,
Oouucil Hlutfn.
STEAM LAUNDRY ;
723 "W. Broadway.
LARSON & AHDBRSOM ,
Proprietors.
11U launJiy l.u jiut been oi'.noj fur lual-
nu J , fj I we are r.our priparcJ i do U/dry
work c. all knido uc < eutrantco aatlcloctlon A
tpocialty luaJo of tLio work , nucii aa coLrri ,
lUtfj , fir.o thirU , ot. . Wo want everybody to
t'he us i trial.
y & ANDERSON.
IH08. OtIKlR. W , II , U. I'fBSV
Jr ?
Council Bluffs , la ,
Established , - - 1856
Dealer * la Foreign icj Pomtftlc
and hotno stcuiltltj ,
BLUFFS RAILROAD
TIME TABLE.
cinrso , ROCK isn\o ASH \cine. .
I'flMtt.
.Vtt-ntl , f\t : . .VMpin Vnclflo K\J..fllSRin :
V.Mi < l Malv' ( t'W ) i in
1) . Moltiw a < ' 7.15 a 111 DCS Sloine ne-.4 40 pin
t IIH (00 , 111 nl.1V ( TON
iMwrt. Arrhc.
. \tlintlo lXt..r.\10pin I 1'Adflc F.\.n20am !
Ma > an.l K\ II 'JO n in Mall nn.l K\ 7 ttl | > m
N. \ . IX. 1.00 V in1 Nib A. Kan 1X..8.1M n in
UIICUlO ASK NOR1IIWK1TFHV.
IVpart. AnVo
Mai anil : \ ' . . ' . ) M l ami r.V..lltR ; Jiin
Amnii. ( Snt. ) 5i p in | Awoin. ( Mon. ) 1:4,1 : p in
K\N \ < UTT , CT. JOB \M1 Oil NCIb BIIIM.
input An'ic.
Mall ami Kll.Viain I K\prc . . . : fiOpln
i\pri : < letup in I Mallind r.\.0l5pm :
IMHN rAcuir.
IVivirt. AnUo.
lUrtlniiil I \.ll : ln. 111. " - " - ' Ill
Lincoln i\ : II .HI a. in. '
Dim or IX .7 IK ) p. in. ixK-il IX . . . I'clOa. m.
IX. . . . 7 ' . ' " n. in. " IX..MXIn. In.
KtnUrrant . . . : > 'M p. in. " IX . . . , ( ! : U3n. ni
NUIIM" ! ! , CK M > m AMI rMIMC.
IViart , Arrhr.
Mall ami IX. . ! ) : t.inni I Mall ami IX. . 4u"Upin
Cannon Halt. . 4W : p in I Cniinon llvi . llaOuin
MOI\ inNII rtrinc.
IVpitt. Arriir.
KorSlouv CII\.7lVj , n n. 11'rin Slnuv C \ .CM p inFer
For I'oitXIoliram. 1'nn I'oit Molirim ,
Xilr 7V : ain | Neb fa.
Tor Kt. I'nul. . .7:10 : p in | From bt. 1'aul. 8 ' > 0 a In
CtllCUlO , IU\AIK1 KMI 8T. IMI U
Dojurt. Arihv.
Mail and K\ . . .I."JO a in | Malt nil IX. . 0'v" : pin
Council Blufta & Onuiba Kt.rcot n. II.
I a\c Council lliulls. Ix-are OniAba.
a in , II a in , 10 n in , n in , ! l n in , 10 a in ,
11 HIII , 1 in , a p in , n p 11 am , 1 pin , Up in , np
in , 4 p in , 5 p in , U p in. in , 4 p in , A p in , C p in.
Street raw run half hourly to the t'nlon Vaelflc
Depot. On Sumh\ the cnr lie-in their trip * n (
.I oclock H. in. , anil run rrini nnv ilurln ; ; thu da >
at 0,11,2 4 , 5and ( io'eock , nnumii toil ! } time.
IXwpt Sumlajs. 1 lixcept Siitunhj . ( Kxcvpt
FASHIONS FOR MEN.
Scnrfs , Handkerchiefs nnd Jowolry.
In nockwcnr the pull' scurf it to t ko
thu place of tilt the various Miapes of
lint " . . " Thin it
"birnst-plr.tu.i. an ndnp-
tntion of the Kronoh atylo , nnd tlio
inanufimturorn nn < vyin with ono
anotliur in the cmlniivnr ( o produce )
the hsiuieomoat fillet. The Bu
figurca mid pnlUa dots thnt. Imvu boon
so popular in , ho piist nill bo super
seded by 'fi'itiui ' ! c ilora nnd rich vel
vets. All the grounds wro brillinnlly
lighted nnd covcrt'd in thi ) fcriyhtcst
tints , cnr iiijul ! ; old , brt'.ht blue , yen-
d.tiine , fie. The dusigns nvo nioatly
bold..u tvo color apota and ringa uuil
f.h n\of ( iiaud i.Atiim. la 'imndkcr-
C4iief iiow ( li-Hftt-n arc thown in linen
with very n'.nliini ; figures nnd colors ,
mostly of a plain color mirrounded
with a brilliant border 'of Hainan
cplora aim lurgo upots. The mlk
Imndliorchief is acarci'ly chor/n eiwoin
thu variety known na Engliah-ailk , and
plain wluto is to bo more popular
among the ultra fashionable than it
has twcn for eight ycara. In half
hose , Jloman colors will bo ali the rage ;
terr.i cotta shade is to bo , liowovor ,
a otrong fnvorito. Iu pure nilka , for
full dress wear , black will bo gcnurally
worn , but other solid colors , nnvy
blue , gamut , etc. , willfmdTiurcha3ora.
In collars , thorc will bo no material
ulmngo , the standing cloeo fitting col-
ar findinu the gruatuat nucnbar of ad-
mirorB. Thcro tire no clmngcH to re
port in shirts for evening -dress , and ,
ulthough some vqry droasy young mou
will wear nn embroidered front , the
plain boapm with small otuda ia the
propar thing. The opoivfront is worn
more than it has bcou Cor years , and
as it is something of a novelty of Into
yoara , it bids fair to bo nil the go. In
underwear , heavy English Balbriggan
suits art ) shown in all the iiMthotio
tints terra alba , aage , and turra cottn ,
with silk stripes , though nolid colors
of the Sitmo tints will all bo worn.
Those suits are very hwidaoino , and
will cell ut from $7 to-15 u nuit.
Pure silk underwear in unchanged in
everything ; it ia n trillo too expensive
for manufacturers to attempt to force
any dacided colors into it and in the
welMnown color it cannot bo Imi
tated and allows tor iUolf.
Suits for winter will coat from $15
to & > 5t depending on the quality
and size desired. Suaponders will bo
non-olastic ailk in rich nporting do-
signa , and the polka dot will bo popu
lar , vnrioualy mounted with oilvor , and
gilt chains and white calta'diia. The
lavorito colors for glovoo will bo ma
hogany and red tan ; the material will
be liuo-chovrotte. It is iinpoeaiblo to
thoroughly stamp out tto standard
bled : , though aolf-ombroidured will bu
worn. "In jewelry the unv uo French
patturiiii will find u ready sale for eoarf
piny , as there in an increaoing taatefor
dciii ns that are not wort by ovory-
body-clae , and aa the fashions In tliis
article clmt 'jc so frequently , gentle-
mou prefer to purchase the imported
article in prefcrencii to the pure gold
and jowolud piiiH shown by the jewel
er. In niifjt and aluovo-buKonu ham-
mured and plain Roman cold , incrusted -
crusted , will.boon ri'gie. Th ( > stonca
to bo voni are dinmondc , aqu mariuo ,
jacurth , pink , tourmaline , and uryso-
lite , Mi ugh much latitude in allowed
in tlii * mutter.
Liver dieeasea , hoadaelu * , and con
stipation , caused by bad digestion ,
quickly .cured by Brown's Iron Hit
ters.
THE CiSCRBT O
A St Louie Dealer divot ) It AH Atvoy
About Size nntl
Fnublon.
St. Louit IkdrJ.
"It makes not the slightoHt difior-
once what uuvijnu rivals fay of Bt.
Louis Kirle" foot , " oxrlaimud i ; mer
chant thin inorniiig , "No eort of
opinion can nltix1 lltuir size. Stock-
ingj have como to be of eo much iui-
portr.nco sinca the women nhortout-t
their al.irts that twice /the money u
spent in hoe/3.
"What quality it preferred ? " "Siik ,
47hero they can uilord it. It is no tin-
Otimmon tiling f r a fashionable young
U ly to buy SJ5 v/orth ut aitimo. Tlio
d < j iiiiud now ii fur blat.tc.Vo OMI'S
/ut / tiiiKiigU of thoir. . tiumn duyd I
drwd 10 see a vroiiun approach my
cour.ter , f. r I know tl.oro IBI/C a black
stool.ing on thu eiujlvcn , and tlk-jiokent
out to Lo dyed aren't done , '
"S. ynu ri-sort to dyes to iu U the
faahiouC * AVe are obliged to. "
"JJo your customers nuapect it/ / . "
"No. " "But whara the goods has
been dyvsd it has an added BtilTncae.
If the sV-cking is ela tie you may
know it via woven in the color rep
resented. "
"What U the popular number ) "
"The 8i * size. A good many buy No.
2 , but I know it ia too small for
them. "
"How ? " "leizo 'om up by the bint ,
waist , arm and hand. If I were to
ijivo by nccldont n larger number than
they ask for they mutter 'stupid , ' or
look mimed. They are dreadfully
touchy about their eizos. "
"What is the length of limbs/ / "
"From twonty'BOven to twenty-eight
inches. You BCO , that bring it well
up over her kni'C , and then n luno
auspendor is htoked on , and they nn <
in n trim hurncsn. "
"I thought garters were utod. " "So
they arc , but for ornament only.
They've tnkon oft' nil that ribbon nr 1
l\co ( busines'.i use only n buckle ,
ranging in price according to tliuir
meane. You'll novuv gtiesa hat they
wear nt'.ttchcd to the under sidoof Ihp
buckle. "
"A rA < R-IVWDKR KAo'1
"No . ' ' * That'o
; n neant-bag. 'I'hpwl
wlint you'd say if you picked up one
of them after it's filled with the
owner's favorite perfume. Satchel
powder , you know.1' " .Do you moan
to y thnt you can tell where the
oaor is applied , whether on the hand
kerchief or at iho knee ? " "Go "long.
It's tia oaay \0iintling. . If the scout
oti'ike you horizontally its auro to bo
ou the handkerchief , ami comes like a
brondnido of smoke.1
"Woll , aiultho- "
"Tho the other. Why , that takes
a person of delicate sensibilities to
understand. It gives you n sort of
Dlack Crook emotion. 13y degrees
you bccouio nwaro ot n faint odor ,
which ueems to lift from the lloor , 03
if n white rotobnd had just been
crushed by the lady's foot. "
"Doos it materialize1
"You've struck it. I can BCD the
outiro stocking supply dancing about
as if filled with well , patent the
forma. "
"Young man , you should acquire a
cold. "
"You'd think it likely if you'd in-
apect our shivering Hues. Seel"
The salesman opened n bos nnd
spread on the counter n variety of
blue hoee , ranging from the gray tele
graph luiu through the military , Fra
Angelica and sapphire shndos. They
wcro cither solid color clocked with
live clocks , perfectly plain or ridged
perpendicularly with Rioheheu ribs ,
narrow , wide or broken ,
"Thoy do suggest u npiritual nttnoa-
phorn. "
"And BCO their oppoiitea verit
ably thi < lines of the dummnd. Terra
cotta ! Nothing but a brick dust rofl.
And hero's its deeper r.hndo , "sauce
pan. ' Thatouhlil to bo intelligible to a
girl who knowu anything about the
kitchen. Then there's oparn rod ,
scarlet , crimison and cardinal. "
"is KMHKoinr.uv PASSU ! "
"Yes ; but these nhadoa and the
now colora of bottle green , plutu and
bronze havn ankle patterns woven in
with old gold thread to produce the
wine eH'uct. "
"No moro ligntning elloctol" "Yes ,
indeed. Wo keep stock to suit nil
logs. Hainan stripes , open work
fronts and ombre ringa enough to
make your head sfrim. "
"What are the popular makes ? "
"Tho French goods or ita German
imitation , because the pointed too
they imike is best suited to fit the now
style of boot. "
This remark directed the reporter
to the shoo counter.
"What is vour latest in heels dizzy
Directs ? " "Juat BO , " replied St.
Oriapin's knight ; ' "wo have two
styles this fall , the Louis 'Quinzo heel
mid tlio plain French afl'uir. They
have both attached thomaolvoa to the
Dieppe tie , which > n the alippor for nil
society and boudoir events of any im
portance. It may bo had in black kid
_ > r any desired shade of satin. The
too is not changed'from ' the familiar
slmpo , but the heel reach en up to nnd
half tray around the itnkle , where on
either cido in u buttonhole ia fastened
thrcQ-eighth'u of a yard of two nnd
one-half inch ribbon , black or colored.
Iheso are tied in ( flat loops drawn out
nearly o ual with the ends. "
"That's satisfactory. Do you think
fhoy'll take ? " "They've taken. I toll
do/.ons daily. Thu women think they
ire rapturously lovoly. "
"And booto ? " "Tho pointed or
London too with patent leather tip iu
thu daisy. It has n short vamp , nnd
makes the foot look shorter than any
style of shoo wo have handled. "
"How uro they fastened ? " "Halt
laced and hooked up the front. But
tons going out with u rush. "
"How high is the heel ? " "From
r > no nnd a quarter to ono nnd throe-
Bighths inchcH. ' .Dlris , style accentu
ates the arch of the niiitop just enough
to be pretty nnd comfortable. Wo
have the Biuno with cork soles for mid
winter. But few want them , however ,
because they nmLo the foot look largo.
And , UH the nvorago foot is a No. 6 ,
this objection has some reason in it. "
SILVJSK CKKKK , W. Y. , Fob. C , 1880.
Or.N'irt I have been very low , and
Inwii tnud ovoiything , to no advan
tage. I heard yonr Hop Hitters
recommended by no many , I concluded
to give them a trial. I did , mid now
im around , nnd constantly improving ,
and urn nearly aa iitrong nu ever.
W. H. WKLLK It.
THE MUM FAMILY.
A. Pennsylvania Husband ana Wife
Wlio nnvo Lived Together Forty
| Yearu Without HpoaklnK to
Each Othor.
I'hlladcljiliu HiHOnl.
A most eingular tale of domestic Infelicity -
felicity , extending over a period of
forty ycnis , cornea from Media , Dola-
wuro county. On the Providencoroad ,
milo and n half from this pretty lit
tle town , near the HOBO Tree hotel ,
lives Mrs. Isaac Yarnall , whoso hus
band for forty years prior to his do-
luiee , which occurred n low years ago ,
navor addressed a word to his wife.
I'ho latter did likewise , though both
lived undtr the eamo roof during all
theao yearn. Old Isaac Yarnall first
settled where hia wife and family are
: .ow located fully a half century ago.
Sirs. Yarnall , who is now 01 year * of
igo , ip spoken of ns being a quiet , kind ,
ind clover neighbor , though extraor
dinarily headstrong. This character-
slic , it , is said , waa the principal fca-
uro m the composition of her hun-
mid , whootliortvuoboro the reputn-
.ion of being ( v fair , equaro man.
This same Ktubbornnoss was not
ilono conflnod to the parents , for the
hreo daughters nnd two sons were
ieo imbued with it to it remarkable
legrco. The only children living are
no daughters , not ono of whom has
nchanged u word with ono another
or yoBM , though they too dwell to
gether with the mother intho , commo
dious , antiquated fnrm-houso near the
lloao Tree inn. These peculiarities of
the family are known to nil the farm
era for miles around. What nt first
appeared surprising and inexplicable
has become eo commonplace that the
strange doings of the Varnnlls hnto
lout ; censed to bo the subject of com
ment among the countiy folk of that
section. Isaac Yurnallvni mi indua-
tiious and thufty tiller of the soil.
lie plodded ntoin ; diligently and eavcd
his hard cnrncd dollars until he
amnsscd si-filcii'iit to purchase n liui.-
drcd-ncro farm. This ho worked until
his death , ami by judicious invest
ments managed to lenvo behind him
the snug aum of $ 25,000 , ou which the
family are now living.
The trouble between himself nr.il
wife was brought nbout in this way :
Mw. Ynrnall was beiuoathcil ( n mmll
sum of money by n relative , which her
husband desired to uao in purchasing
farming implements nnd otherwise
improving the property. His bettor
half said no. la.-uc vowed unless ho
was given the money ho would never
speak another word to her. _ True to
his vow ho steadfastly refrained from
speaking for forty long yoara. The
daughters , who were nothing more
than mere children when the falling
out occurred , tried to got the father
nnd mother to mnko up , but fulled.
Reared under such surroumtinga itis
not surpising thnt when the girls grew
to womanhood tlioy should take sldo.i
with their disagreeing p.ironts. Ono
uphold the father , another the mother ,
wliilo the third , after vainly trying to
bring nbout n harmonious fooling be
tween nil hnuds , became disheartened
and gave up the task. The daughters
have since they quarreled , always ig
nored each other s presence. At the
fathor's funornl n carriage wns pro
vided for the girls to convey them to
the cemetery. When the funornl
cortege u as leaving the house the girls
found thnt they were expsolod to rida
together. They at first refused , but
persistent coaxing nnd the fear of
uicnting n acono sulliccd to induce
them to stillu their repugnant feoinga
for the time luing , and tlio daughtera
rode off together. A stranger visiting
Iho Yornalls would fail to discover nt
bo first vinitany family disturb ween.
Thn old Indy nnd the three thughtcra
ndtlvecH their conversation entirely to
the visitors , nnd wait patiently until
each question ia nnaworcd before pro
pounding another. When alone they
oat together , but novnr pprnk , anil
move about the houc.u utterly oblivi-
oui to ouch other's prefunce.
Free of Ohurje.
All persoun enduring from CoiiKlin , Ctilds
Asthnin , Uronchitin , LOKD nf Voice ) , cirnny
alt'cction ef the Tlirnut niul LUH H , nro rc-
quo&tcci to call nt 0. I1' . ( .lOuJinnn'H drug
Btore and got n Trial 1'oUlo of Dr. Iving' !
New Uincovery for Ciiiiuiiitioi | ] , frco til
charge , which will convince them nf itH
wonitorful merits nnd uhow wlmt n reK
oltur-uizo hottla will tlo. Cull early.
COSTLY BUILDINGS.
The Tendency to Extravagance tn
Now York.
The tendency of the ago to centrali
sation ia ahown ( aays n Now York cor
respondent of The OincinnatiQuKotto' _
by the immensity of both business am :
domestic architecture. What n difference
once is perceptible oven within n few
years ! It was Stewart's ambition to
build the grandest palace in America
nnd ho devoted ton years nnd § 1,000-
000 to this purpose. But how soon il
wns eclipsed. Stewart'a first domestic
regime was opened in an up-ntairs apt
ot npartmento , while his rival lived in
a Stalen island farm-house. Thu
same advance io shown in business
architecture. In 1850 Kowon it Mo-
Namco built the finest store which
Broadway lud up to that time ever
contained. Tint building is still stand
ing , but is now one of the least notica-
able of thu whole street. Ooloasal
structures fur business purposes nro
now the order ( if the day , while enor
mous blocks of llala Imvo taken the
place of the nelf-containod houaea of
former tiniea. Joeo F. Vuvarro
is building n block of Hats
in Seventh avenue , which
will coat $1,000.000. The smallest
arrangement of this kind is to pull
down two houses nnd erect n now
building of flats , with a well in the
center for the elevator. Such etruc-
tures bring ronU which nt ono time
would luive been considered fabulous
the first door being r.ttud nt $1,500 ,
while the highuNt story in $ ! )00. ) Finn-
ilioti thus pay moro for u lint tliun thu
formpi' rent of a self-contained house
The iiiereaou in the value of lota JH of
corresuonding character. Hero , for
instance , ia the corner of Fifth avenue
and Forty-fourtli pti'cetlfiO ( feet front
by 100 feet in depth ) , for which § 500- ,
000 haa been refused. Who would
have dicamed of thin ten years agoi
BuoincuH property sharcH thin increase ,
and ono of the moat remarkable in
stances in found in tlio lower pr.rt ol
Broadway. This was until recently
conaidoruc1 an out of the way spot , but
the erection of the produce exchange
building has inudo u nmrvolou * im
provement. Two years ago Y. K.
Htovenaon bought NOH ! ! nnd 40
Broadway for $185,000 , and ho has
since then been offered $700,000 , for
the same property. This vicinity
must soon become the center of nn
immense traffic , Tlio base of BroadWay -
Way is the front of the row known us
Bowling Oreeii , This row consintb
of fivn buildings , ono of which
has just boon sold for $100,000
This sum is moro than the entire row
wno worth a Itlw jears ago , Wlmt n
change in n once almost draerted part
of the city ! The Mills buildinu is the
finest of our commercial utructurrs ,
nnd licnce attracts general attention ,
Its lofty height is sot off by the court ,
which forms thu Broad street entrance ,
and which is glazed for protection
r.gainst the elements , A nuaaivo r.nd
beautiful gratin ; ; i > i drupped ut ni 'lit ,
thuu excluding all trespassers , flio
whole interior eomhinoa elegance and
strpn th , and the columns are of ex-
( juisito linieh. It will bo , when com-
plotcid , the most elegant commercial
building in the world. Mills Ima re
cently mturnod from California , whuro
ho laid the b < uis of his fortune. Tina
building will bo highly romuncnvlivo ,
iiotwithstandlng its enormous cost.
The latter was estimated nt $1,000-
300 , but will exceed that figure by
$250,000. The rents , ho trover , nro
of a corresponding amount , When I
lirst know this locality thu site of the
Mills building wai occupied by an old
brick storehouse , whc-fio rent would
: iavo boon dear nt $1.500. Broad
GEORGE F. CRAWFOi
XVJJCOX.3QIS3-Sk.nC.aEI
BUYEfl AND SHIPPER OF EGGS. '
ta
No , 519 South Iain Street ,
I Pay Iho Highest Market Price and De.duct
No Commission.
COUNCIL BLUFFS MANUFACTURING 00.
Mouldings , Scroll and Lattice Work , Wood Turn
ing , llo-Sawing , Planing and Matching , Sasli , Doors ,
Blinds , Boxes , Etc. Mauuiacturors and Dealers in
Improved Hawkeye Wind Mills and Punips.
J , J , Hatliaway , Manager , Council Bluffs , la ,
Machinery "ill lie run exclusively for custom work on Thnnilny and FrKUyof
cncli week. OnlcM nolicitcil niul tmtlsfnctlon KunrimtcoJ ,
( Successors to J. W. Bodefer )
WnOLBSALB AJ < D RETAIL DEALERS IN
LiOKAIAffli , LEHIGH , BLOSSBURG :
AND ; ALL
& #
GONNELISVILLE COKE , CEMENT , LIME , PLASTER , ETC.
Office No. 34 Pearl Street , Ynrds Oor. Eighth Street and
Hlevouth Avenue , Council BlnilV ) .
P. T. MAYNJS. 0. E. MAYNB
MANUFACTURE
BROOMS , BROOM HANDLES ,
, CQRN MEAL , GRAHAM FLOUR AND
The Very Bent of Brooms Conatftntlv on Hand. The Hlghont
Market Price Paid for
Corn , Oats , Rye , Barley
EE-OO1VC OOK.3ST
Parties Wiahinfj to Boll Broom Corn .Will Please
Send Sample ,
OO :
.a A. IK' .
T1IM LEADING DKALEK IN
337 West Broadway , Oounoil Bluffs , fowa.
Blroot , liowovor , wasnt that time ouo
of tliu dullest plncua in thiu city.
Marrylncr Rich. I
You need not bo poor mid depend
ent on your wedding day , for every
person inalo or female can got n
Roodround auin of money at mrt&l-Iago
if tlioy hold n corlilicntu of inombur-
ohip in THE MA11IIIAG1 < 3 FUND
M UTUAL TRUST ASSOCIATION
of Oudiir RnpidH. lowu. ? 10,000 Ima
iilruady boon paid in benefits to iln
members , in the ninu months of tliu
nsuocintioim' organizationand tlioro is
n golden opportunity for thousands
morn to reap even larger bonolila.
Nothing like it was over known.
Do not postpo.io Bunding in your
roijuoat for ciroulnru giving full and
complete information regarding tlio
plans nnd oppomtions of the atsooiu-
tion. Agonta can iimku bigger money
than in any other businutsa. It iu
Hlrictly lionorablo , ploanniit and pro-
lltable. The Autlitjr of State holds
a dopoiit from the asoocintion UQ pro-
Horibrd by law , for the prowclion of
tlioir moinliura. The only nsaoehMon
of the kind in existence org.inixod ao-
cording to law. Write tvt oneo for
circulars. Say wlieni you saw this
notice. iuig311 m
MKS , H , J. HILTON , M , D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
( . U22 Broudwav. Coimoil Bliiifr.
MAURBR St OUAIG ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
r.tcli Out Olnun , Flno Ifroncli CUlno ,
Bllver V/uro Ate. ,
3(0 ntouiuAT . COUNCIL I1LUKKH , WA.
Samuel 0 , Bavis & Co , ,
DRY GOODS
Washington Avo. nnd Fifth St.
ST. LOUIS MO.
MAIN STREET
LIVERY , FEED
-AND-
SALE STABLE.
All Shippers nnd Travelers will find
good nccummodilior ) and reasonable
charges.
SOUTH STREET.
OPPOSITE CRYSTAL MILL ,
Council Bluffs , - - r lotfa ,
HOLLAND & MILLER ,
Proprietors.
Sullivan & Fitzgerald ,
DUALKl'.B IN
GROCERIES , PROVISIONS ,
Orookory , Glassware ,
BOOTS , SHOES , ETC
Also pcunti lir tlio following linn at
Steamship Companies :
Cunanl , Anchor , Oulon , American , t J stito
Htcam lilp Uoin | uiui.
3O 3E6 Jf . 3E" TCr E3
For eUc mi the Hojal Hank of IrolanJ mj Ji nk
ol Irulani ] , Uubllu. aiiono wio IntcnJ toikud tot
lilciiUii tq Bnv jmrt ol Eurojio will Hud It to tUIr
Sullivan & Fitzgerald ,
AGKNTH ,
343 Sroadway , Oounoil Bluffs
STARR & BUNCH.
HOUSE , SIGN ,
OKHAMENTAL PAINTERS.
[ lANGINQ ,
RRAINIHO
CornorHroadwuy end Scott St
JACOB SIMS ,
Attorney anil Uounsellor at Law ,
COUNCIL ULUFl'.S , IOWA.
Office-Broad By , bctwun Ualn nj Pearl
StitiU. VU1 i > 'K-tlo * tu blfale aLj KcJcia.
ourti