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BKE ITOIDAY , OCTOBEH 24 18H.1
RICHARDS & CLARKE , W. A. OLARKK ,
U. P. RAILWAY , 7TH & 18TH HTBES'Ifc
MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN
WATER WHEELS , ROLLER MILLS ,
MILL FURNISHINGS 0 * ' ALL KINDS. INCLUDING THE
Celebrated Anchor Brand Dufour Bolting Olotl :
STEAM PUMPS STEAM WATER AND GAS PIPE.
ARCHITECTURAL AND BRIDGE IRON.
are prepared to furnish plans and estimates , and will contract f01
the erection o Flouring Mills and Grain Elevators , or for changinp
Flouring Mills , from Sfcona to the Roller System.
C "Especial attention given to furnishing Powder Plants for any pur
po'e , and estimates made for some General machinery repairs attended
RICHARD & CLARKE , OniahaNeb
WHOLESALE ; DEALEKS IN
and 344 If road way. nOUNOIL BLUFFS TOVA
Waves , Switches , Whatnots , LangW'y and Pompadour
ALL KINDS OF
MAIN STREET , OODNOIL BLUFFS
MRS. L A. WARBURTON ,
Gutting and Fitting a Specialty.
230 IIKOADWAY COUNCIfj BLU1T3. >
MRS. S. J. NOKEIS ,
Latest Styles Milline
Having opened in a now store I invite the inspection of ladies.
MKS. S. J , NOItlCIS , * ! : tO llrondwsy , Oounoll
A. F. G. EDOAII , 0. B. BESWICK ,
Manager. Assistant. Secretary.
Council Bluffs Detective Association
Will do all klnto of detective work for lUnke , Knprefn , lo'cKr ' l > ) i anl Kail nay companlo ) , Merchants ,
llmulactoiles , Corporations , 1'nbllo and 1'rlvato limtltutlonn and Dlstilct Attorneys. Htolen rrapcrty recovered -
covered ColIcctlonB m de , Jllsslnir friends found. Divorces | ) rocuroil. 8500 reward offend ( or the arroat
and conviction ol any person or ] > crnoiiB ( raululently roproaootlnj thU Aflsoclatlon. All coramunlcatlona
utrlctly coufldeotlnl , Olllco : Jlosonlo Tcmulo Council IlluHu Iowa. 1' , 0 , Dox 1293.
STA R BUILDING A SPECIALTY ,
201 Upper Broadway Cor. Stutsman St. , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Orders in the city or country solicited. Prompt attention nnd patisfaction
Guaranteed. Plans and specifications furnished freo. if >
COOKING AND HEATING BTOVES
Botb new and Fccond liand , ranging in prices from 9S.50 to
825 each. Take advantage nnd call early to obtain
the best bargains , I am making u bi reduiilion in -
A < t nciJ tlio room to tlUplay u > ) stocl ol stovts. '
A. J.MANDKU Council Blufti , Iowa , ,
ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS.
THE OOMMEROIAL MEN ,
TIio Arrangements llolrjj Hindi * ft )
Their Cumins Next AVcck.
The following letter ia bom ; ; circulate
and receiving the signatures of the whole
aaln houses in thia city :
To Mnyor W. 11. Vnughan : Wo , the
undersigned wholesale morchanta o
Council lilulls , Iowa , will cheerfully cal
our traveling salesmen in on October 27 ,
23 nnd 20 , 1881 , nnd will hnvo them nt
the abating rink with their aamplca on
exhibition ; and wo will do our boat tc
ld and assist in making the first United
States commercial gathering to bo hold
in thia city , n success.
Mayor W. 11. Vnughan :
Dear Sir We , the undersigned , will
cheerfully entertain the commercial men
of thia city nnd thoao from abroad , nud
the press of thia city at our hotels ,
respectively , nt a free nnd complimentary
banquet , to bo hold at each of our hotels
on October 2th ! ) , 188-J , the laat day of
United Stntoa commercial inon'a gathering -
ing hero. The banquet to commence nt 1
o'clock p. m , , nnd to lust until ! J o'clock
p. m. You nro requested to extend n
cordial invitation to those taking part in
the United States commercial men's path
oring , to bo hold in thia city on the 27th
28th nnd 20th dnya of October , 1881.
P. BKOHTELK , Bechtolo Hotel.
MAHK DUUYEE , Ogden Houao.
G. W. FnnousoN & SON % Pacific.
The first United States commercial men'
gathering in Council lilulTs , Iowa , Octobc
27th L'Sth and 2Hh ! , list of olliccrs , committees
anil general programme :
J'rosidciit-Ilon. , T. M. Philips
General Manager Mayor AV. It. Vnughan
Secretary ] : , II. Odoll.
Assistant Secretary John Jay Ifrninoy , Ki
Vica Presidents-T M Porogoy , J M Phil
lips , Henry UUemnn , P C Do Vol , W C
Wirto , C Gciso , Jno L'indcr. Jim Sclioiitzei )
1i Kirtct , Henry Motcalf , J II Craig , A .1
Crlttonden , J J Lutr , J C Lnngo , .T li" Stewart
art , Harry Birklnblno , John beno
1'dltorml Committed f'gdpn ' house , Harry
Iluntor , Nonpareil ; K. N. Wittlcsoy , Glebe
Pacific house , C. Best , Omnha lit raid ; H ,
W. Tilton , Bechtolo's hotel ; W. A
Lynchard ; T. G. Speller , HopresentaUve
of the press from abiond aio cordially invitoi
and will bo added to the commlttup.
Committee on reception nt the ditforout ho
tcls in Council Blulls , Iowa :
Oflden Home L. 13. Kmpkio , .Tolm Shont
/en. Henry Eiseman , Wel > 8 , T. J. llsans , A ,
B. Howo. II. C. Atkins.
Pacific House 1' . Ii. Shugart , John Glaus
en.T. N. Cassady , D. .T. Fostei , L. C. Brack
ott. J.Mnllcr , W. D. Cocko.
Bochtlo'a Hotel J. C. HofTmycr , Willlnu
Gronouoy , A. C. Graham. G. K. Board , Peter
Beck , J. C. Dollaven , L. A. Casper.
Committee to meet commercial men at the
different railway depots , to-uit :
Chicago k Northwestern , D. W. Buahncll
W. T. Seaman , II. T. Hattonhauor.
0. H. I. k P. Hy. , S. S Keller , J. A. Me
Clurg , J. N. Cassady , J. H. Craig.
W. , St. L. & P. Hy. , W. A. Manor , Clms ,
HaavN. C. Phillip" .
U. B. & Q. Railway-W. D. Hardln , T. W.
Spotman , James Porterfiold.
M. & St. P. Hallway J. J. LmV , J. C ,
Imtro / , C. A. Becbe. John Under.
U. ] ' . Hallway Henry Vtn Brunt , E. L ,
Shugart , IH. . Mossier.
Sioux City & Pacific Hallway W. W. Wai
laco. A. Louie , Theo. Beckman.
K. C. , St. J. & C. B. Hallway J. C. Leo ,
Thos. Cavin , J. B. Harold.
October 2" , 10 a. in. , commercial men sere
naded at the hotels. ] ' 'rom tha respective
hotels , 11:30 : a. in. , carriage and buggy dmc
around the city in company with the citizens
committee1 , the balance of tlio day to bo oin
ployed in showing simples and meeting OH
merchants and business men.
Second day , similar proceedings will bo h.it
and giving the commercial men and all Mai-
tors an opportunity toiew and inspect our
waterworks , parks and other public improve
3d and last day , October 2'Jtli. lOa. in. , serenade
nado at the different hotels , 11:30 , committee-
to accompany commoicial men in carriages
and buggy dmc.
Ono p. m. , dinner nnd banquet at the Ogdoi
House , Pacific Houao and Bechtlo't ) Hotel
luting until 3 p. m.
7:30 : p. in. the gathering will bo concluded by
a grand nnd interesting skating entertain
ment at the Mammoth skating rink on 1'ear
street , to bo given on roller skates , lasting
until 12 o'clock. All the skates have been
leased for the free ueu of all visiting and homu
commercial men. Our citi/ena nro cordially YlO
invited to ho present , but the commercial men O
will Imvo the preference of the floor nnd the
PIRE BUGS , jjr jj
Tln > i IJii y l 3l 't'J AVitli Much Hue1-
< ( "sh
Another has be on added to the
numorouo attempts at incendiarism here ,
and like most of those of late it proved
unsuccessful. The building thus sought >
o bo burned ia that occupied by Nash
3roa. , the horse shoora , No. 710 Broad
way. The fire was discovered about 4
o'clock yesterday morning , the smoke (
ouring into the Colorado houao , the ad
oining building , in Bucli quantitioa as to
arouse the landlord , P. P. Kuhn and his
rife , who thought the hotel on firo.
investigation allowed that aomo onn hud
crowded under the floor of Nash Bros. '
hop , gaining entrance at the rear , and to
md aUrtod to blaze under the building
icar the front , where it would be dillicult
o detect it. The Cro was put out bo- )
ere it had done any very aorioua datna o.
Pho building Is owned by Oeorgo M.
THE COMING HUEEAH ,
I'lalHiruto I'rcparAliniiK ItoInK
for tlir < Republican Dcinon-
Already much intoroat haa boon awak-
enec. by the announcement that the re'
mblicana will have a great gathnrir.g and
lemonstration hero on Friday evening of
lost week , October UJst. The affair
promises * o exceed anything yet aeon in n
Council liluil'a , Ijpccial oxcuraion trains
oni to como in over all roada , rotuniing
ho aamo night , and half ratea hiivo
toeiicccnrcd , and bands are to bo carried
reo. Ono of the novel foa-
urea of the parade v/ill bo the
articipation of several marching clubs
ladies from eurroundint ; towns. Oov- ) y
rnor .Shorman is to bo here , and will
orvo au the grand rnarahal at > well as bo
no of the atieakora , Among tlio other
10tables to bo pronont sro J. J. Ingalls ,
Jlark "K Carr , J P. Dollivur , Honutoru
-Iiinderaon , of Nebraska , nnd Wilson , of
owa , Mayor Andraon , JJon. John Green ,
lenry O'Connor. Judge JV. . MoDill ,
'ol , John 0. votfur , Lieutenant ( Jov-
rnor Manning , Judge Lyinan and John
, Stone. The opera house lisa been
secured na well na the halls , nnd there
will bo n grand eland nnd floaU in the
park. Hot colloo nnd lunch ia to bu
aorvcd the torch bearers nlong the line
of march. The republicans propoao to
foavo nothing undone to make the oc
casion the largest nud best of nil the
Orders by telephone for Hour , feed ,
wood , coal nnd hny will bo promptly
filled by Cook it Cooper , 700 Broadway.
Stock Shipments ,
Tlio following were the shipments nt
the Union stock yarda , Thuraday , October
D. Anderson , 1 car hoga , 50 hond , 0. it
John Wiggina , 1 car hogs , 03 head , 0.
IV IV , I *
Charles Rudnt , 1 car hogs , 07 head ,
0. t H. 1.
U. Clark it Co. , 1 car hogs , 03 head ,
0 , , t N. W.
llottonburjjor it llughos , 1 car hogs ,
00 head , 0. it H. 1.
Dnmsoy Brothers , 1 cnr hogs , 04 head ,
0 , it U. I.
Oacooln Ranch Co , , ! cars ohocp , 211
head , 0. it 11. I.
M. Wright , 4 cara sheep , 210 head , 0.
it U. I.
Horsftml'H Ac hi 1'lioRpttMc.
VEUV HATIHFAOTOKY IN mOSTIUTlOV ,
Dit. P. P. GmtAUTiK , Detroit , Mich. ,
anya : "I hnvo found it very satiafnctory
in its effocta , notably in the prostration
attendant upon alcoholism. "
JiAXI > ; W > NOl OIj1STS IV T13XAS-
The KllVrl ol'FoucniB In tlit AVoatorii
I'm tot tlioKtuto.
Cor. St. Louis Globe-Democrat ,
There ia no doubt thnt the fencing of
western Texas moana ouprcmacy to the
cattle kings. The otockman , in Inclos
ing hia paatnro haa gobbled up every
piece of watered land in his ro.icli , nnd
will find fence lines running zigzag to
ward every point of the compass , so
that every little water hole nnd pond may
bo enclosed nnd taken away from nny
stick there may bo on the outside of the
pasture. When continued draught ( and
thnthnppona oftou in thia countrycauiea )
the water on the high prairies to dry up
the cattle king will round up hia stock ,
run them into his fresh pastures , where
there will bo nn abundance of grow and
water , but the poor outsider who la not
wealthy enough to fence haa olthor got to
sco hia otock die or drive them into some
other locality for water , and that in thia
country , in a droughty time , ia aorncUmos
n formidable undertaking , Taking the
fenced diutricta ns n general thing , they
are unsafe ground for cattle herding , for
a man who haa no pastures to fall back
on ia liable to bo starved out at any time
for lack of water , or even grass.
It ia claimed by the advocates of free
rass , also , that the leasing ot those atato
lands for twelve yoara will retard immi [
gration , and poor men will bo kept out of
sheap homos. With our experience of
thia country vro do not think it possible
For n "ooor" immigrant to make n living
by farming these lauds. True , the soil
is firzt-class , but the rainfall ia not hereto
to make crops , and no water for irrigation
purposes. The Dallas Herald , a short
time ago published a description of "tho
thrifty farms in the neighborhood of
Big Springa in Howard county. " Wo
would aay , right hero , those farms can
not bo found , and farming and gardening
woat of Abilene , in Taylor county , Tex. ,
haa BO far boon a complotn failure , and
anyone coming hero with an idea ho can
make n living out of the soil ( grazing al
ways excepted ) will soon leave a wiser
and aaddor man.
Taking these facts , and fticts they un
doubtedly arc , it ia a question -whether
the advocates of lease law are not right
when they claim that the law ia a good a
one , for it enriches the atato school fund
by the amount of rents paid by the
loasooa , whereas , wilh free grass these
eamo stockmen would have the uao of
the range and pay nothing for it.
Ilio Defrauded. Ijtulleu.
Queen Victoria was recently swindled
out of fifteen pounda by a beggarly
scoundrel rrho pretended to want it for a
charitable purpose , But many other
women have boon robbed of health by
Ylit vorwork and underpay. Enfeebled nnd
it anguid women with shattered nerves
1 ind strength and comfort in Brown's
> on Bitters. Airs , Amanda Layson
Jrawfordvillo , Ind. , writes , "I uooa
Brown's Iron Bittora for general ill
loaltb , with good results , " It cuieil
dyspepsia , wcakncaa and malaria.
National ISol'orm nt Uniting ? .
Correspondence to THE BEE.
Nob. , October 21 ,
1881 Two agents of the religious
amendment movement have recently
eon operating in Nob. , Rov. J. S. T.
Milligan , of Kansas , and Rov. BE. A.
jault , of Iowa. This movement is aim-
ng to Eocuro moral anchorage for the
ovornmcnt by having in the constitu
ion a recognition of the Divine law na
ho standard of legislation. The nsaocia-
ion haa boon in existence since 1803 ,
and has a thorough organi/.ation. It ia
vorking through the proes , platform :
and pulpit to educate public sentiment
the moat radical reform ideas. The
republicans are ahy of the movement bo-
causu they say it is ramming homo
owdor for the St. John party. Rova. A.
jiault and Milligau preached
n the Baptist , Methodist nnd Prespytor-
an churches on Sabbath , They hold a
convention In the Congregational church
Monday and Tuesday , and also a union
icrvico Sabbath afternoon. The result
ms boon tri awaknu considerable interest
n the subject. Rov. W. V. Ringland , Ci
irooidont of a young nnd promising Pros <
ytorian college , heartily endorses the
cause : so also do the pastors of the Bap
ist and Methodist churches. The moot-
ngs were generally well attended. Tlio
poakora claimed that there was too much
ruth in what infidels claim , that our
orofathoru in framing our national con-
titution retired fiod from politica , In
ofusing to fjivo plhco to the Christian
hoory of government , they incorporated
the constitution the infidel theory ,
ml now infidola claimed that
11 our Christian usages were unconstitu-
ional. Our government violates the
SabbaUi by its mail service , its congress
nd railroad corporations. The bible ia 3
icluclcd by force of Jaw from many of
iiir nchools. The liquor trallio la licensed
national authority and 00,000 lives
lay the forfeit ovrry year. In aomo cities teal
ho social ovll ia under the protection of ivvr
nnd Mormonism entrenches iteelf bo-
ind the constitution , na dooa the RciJ
jbbalh breakers nnd j/rofc.no swearers ,
util the time BooiiiH to bo near , whoa J
od by fires , storing , Hood a nnd earth-
lukco , will blow us out of existence.
oraotliing must bo done , or the moral
uin will bo complete. Would not a de >
aucheo in the presidential chair , bo the ! C (
fitting finnlo of moral torpilndo nnd make
its na n Sodom nnd seal our doom ?
Tlmrston on Ilio
Hullcr CountI'rtff. .
John Jf. Thurston , the oilvor tongued
political nttornoy of the Union Pacific
rnilrond , addressed the people of David
City on Monday night. The accom
plished Kontlomnn'a coon storloa had n
very ploaaing effect on the nudionco , nnd
the people nbaolutoly forgot thnt the re
nowned political boaa. whom the great
corporation employe to handle. tholr con-
vontiona nnd corrupt their logiehtors wna
before thorn. Ho dooa nmplo credit to
the great monopoly's judgment they
know how to npprccinto braina shrewd
cuaaoa nro they whom Gould condescends
Utl employ. II o found great fault with
the democrats for professing tariff reform
principles nnd then voting against the
Mexican ' reciprocity ttoaty No , the
democrats < nro not trilling with great
questions ! in the interest of n few llllnoia
plow factories nnd Jay Gould's Mexican
NOTICE. BpoclM \crtlnomcnt9 , euo M tl l ,
round , To Loan , Tor Sale , To llcnt , Want ) , Hoard-
njr , tie. , will bo Inserted In thli column at the low
rate ot TEN CP.NT9 1'Kll LINK for the flrnt Insertion
MjJ F1VK CKNT3 1'KK tINK for o oh subsequent n-
( ortlon. Lome aihortlsementt at out office , No ,
I'oitl Street , near llrodw T
II pnmll tmnlH Itcforoneoi nhcn. AihlriH
or cull nt No , rilJ.sl\lin\cnuo ( , CoiuuU lllutls.
TpOH IlKNT \ tulto nl rooms In cuntril location
JL1 Kiiiiulio of lr ) llnnchott , No.12 IViulht
COATi Anniii , Cftptlnl Ccntcrxlllo and otlirr poft
locoal kept at OoorRO lleatonn , 02S llroad
RKASONAUUU'UIGKS-Kalr weight and mm * .
nro at ileorgo Ilcaton'n coal and uood janl
DiS Uroadnny. Tclcphonu No. 110.
Foil HAM : UIASO.V\IIII : : . - coirm roastin .
pplco and tfriwiH lm lnom. OriU 0110 In tonn
Ittason , III licnlth Aildrcsd U. \Villlani8 , IS North
Main bt , , Council HluRn.
FOIl HA1.K Aconunlmlnii ImslnrsH tlionronijlil )
cstiibllxhid.uUli tent of Inillilliiir , rcntrilh
ocatcd. Address IHislncsH. HKK ofllru , Council
tpOU HALF Oil HJN1' : The Orua 1'icliltu li
JC nnd machinery , located In this city. Cap
IfOhocs per day , Odrll & Day.
Ktury hodym Council Bluils to tnko
WANJhU . Dollvcrod by carrier at only twenty
cents a week.
LU PAPKIIS For ealo at lsi oiCco , at 25 ocnls
/ a hundred
Railway Time Table ,
The following nro the times of the nrrlvnt unil do *
tarturo of trains by oontrtl standard tlmo , tt
owl depots. Trains Iciruo tranntor depot tea mln
u.09 cantor nnd nrrho ton mlnutos later.
cmoAQOi BURUnarox AHB qui.ior.
6:35 : pin OlilwicoKxiircsj B.OO u m
0:10 : ft ra Fast Jail. 7CO : | > n'
7:10a : m t'Uall and r.iprcas , 7t1 } p m
12:20 : p m Accommodation. 2 , 0 p In
"At local depot only.
EAN3AS CUT , ST. JOB AND COUNCIL BLUFFS.
0:05 : k m | Mnll and Kxprcda , ( I'M p m
8:05 : p m I'idflc KiprCBB , 6:60 : p tn I
onioAao , uiLWArjRnn AND ST. TAUL. (
5:25 : p m KxprctH , 0.05 a m < j
0:15 : a in Exproaa , 0.66 p m >
CniOAQO , ROCK ISLAND AND rACinO.
6RO : p m Atlantic Exprcoa , 0.03 n m
0.16 n m Day Kxpreai , 0 r. * p m
7:20 : a m "Dc3 llolnoa Accommodation , 0.00 p m
At local depot only.
WABIBU , KT. I/OUIS AMD 1-AOIFIO.
1:20 : am Mall , 4:15 : p m
[ 10pm AMoramodat on 0.00 am
1:30 : p m fit. Loula Kxpro'n 3:45 : p m
4:00 : p in Uhlm&o Kxpttsj 10.66 a in
At Transfer only
cmoAoo and Nouinwssuan.
5:30 : p m Exprosn , 8.60 p m
B25 ; a m Paoino KxprcM 9 OD Mil
B10UX CITT AND FACiriO
7:10pm St 1'aul Kxproes , B'60 a m
T.SOara D y Kxprcsa O.tOpm
8:00 : p m Western Exptoaa , 6.33 a in
11:00 : a m 1'ailDo KxproM , i'40 p in
7:40 : am Local Express , 0.64 nu
12:10 : a m Lincoln Exprosn ,
At Transfer only.
DtTHMT TIUIVS TO OMAIIi.
tfl VO-7:20-8 : SO-B 80-10.30-11:40 : u. m. IW-2:3 : :
8:30-4 : 80-6.30-0 80-11:05 : p. m. Sunday 0.80-11:40 :
m. lSO"3.30-5.30-O.SO-ll:05 : : p. in. Arilvo 10 mln
to boluro leavln tlmo
j.n. TATB. WAnn WHITENS
Practice In State and Fodor&l Courts.
Collections ( irouiptly attended to.
Room 10'Shufjnrt's Building ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS IOW
J. J. STEWAET ,
Practices In fcdoral and State Comb ) . GOL Broad
way , o\ur SnliiRU Hank.
COUNCIL Hum's : - [ IOWA.
Mrs , H , J , Hilton , H J .
PHYSIOIAtt & SURGEON ,
322 Middle nroo < jw v. Cnunoi. "
AFTIIUNOON IVJNINU : mission 25c
AilrnlsBloii I'roo to l.a'1109 cadi moriiliiK ' ' Tus
Jay aiiJ 'llmreday iftcruoonu. Vta of .Skftlei ID
. F. hClIANCK , II. H. JIAHTENS.
or other tumors removed wlthoaUh
Vnl/e or dr wlnif o blood.
Over hlrty yearn pnctlcM cipcrlcnoo Offioo No.
1'earl troet , Council liluOi
BOOQE'S SIOUX CITY HAMS.
J. Y. FULLER ,
Oommission Merchant N
uitrlhtnU Council lllutti , Iowa ,
Justice of the Peace ,
Omaha and Council Blnffr.
eetatt ( villectlon ngenoy , OJJ Kollowa IJlock
n vlnk'S Diuk
OFKICK OVEU A11KUIOAN KIl'KKSS.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. 0 . ,
TEE CHEAPEST PLAOE U UUrlAHA TO BUY
Ono of the Boat and lai est Stocks ia.tlio United'State ?
to nolccfc from.
NO STAIRS 'TO OLIMB ,
ELEGANT PASSEN&ER 'ELEVATOB ' ,
They Are Without A
Have boon Awarded One Hundred and eighteen Priae
Medals at all the prominent expositions of the
World for the Last Fifty Years. And
An oxnmmntion o these magnificent Pianos is politely requested
before purchasing any other instrument.
General Western Representatives.
P. S. Also Gen'l Agt's for KNABE , VOSE & SONS ,
BEHE BEOS. , 'and ' ARION PIANOS , and SHONINGER
OYMBELLA and CLOUaH & WARREN ORGANS.
THAT 18 THE NAME OF THE TOWN WHERE
Air & Water !
And all of the oed anujpletaant things thnt go to moko up a com-
nlotn and happy existence.
The town o South Omaha is &iitmtod south of the city [ of Omaha
on the line of the U. P. Railway , nnd it is less than 2J miles from the
Omuha post office to the north line c f the town site.
South Omaha is nearly H miles north and south by 2 j east and
west , and covers an area of nearly four square miles ,
The stock ynrds arc at the extreme southern limit
Nearly 150 lots have boon sold add the demand is on the increase
The yards nro being rapidly pushed to completion.
The # 00,000 beef packing house is progressing finely.
The $ UO,000 Water Works are finished and furnish an abundant
PURE SPRING WATER.
The B. & M. and Bolt Line Railways have a large force of men ab
work nnd will , in connection with the u. P. Railway , have a union depot
near the park at the north end of the town. Suitable grounds will be
i'urniflhoa for Church and School purposes.
Now is the time to buy lotslin this growing'city. They will never
bo cheaper than they nro to-day.
B31f Apply at the Company's office , at the Union Stocks Yards.
M. A , UPTON ,
Assistant Secretary ,
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