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THE DAILY BlBE- SATURDAY , JUNE 5 , 1884.
o. oc . COMMISSION MERCHANTS , City Market , Council Bluff. Iowa , WHOLESALE FLO UK HOUSED Ocnoral Agent * for the Glcbrated MUUo' II. O. Hush * . Co. . Ool < lcn Eagle Flour , Lcarenwoiln , Kama ) , nnd Queen D o Mill. , Sioux Fulls , Dakota. Pfffrcnce , Smith Ss Ctl t'nrton , L'oiu.cll . HlufT3 , la. HI. IB. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STATIONERY AND PRINTER'S GOODS , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. TITLE ABSTRACT 0 F FICE. Lands and Lots Bought and Sold MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW HATES. NOTABIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS COUNCIL BLUFFS . IOWA IEL L-A-IRSOZEST - - , 15 North Main Street , WHOLESALE DEALER IN SHOE FINDINGS. Kciulj .fitted uppers , In call ikln and kip. Oik and Hemlock fcOLE LEATHER , nJ ttl ood. appertaining Ui the shoo tr > do. Oo di Hold M cheap ni In tbo Kixal. _ IQERIS' ' NEW ULLiraY IFOR STYLISH SPRING MILLINERY. PATTERN BONNETS AND CHILDREN'S HATS A SPECIALTY. 105 South Main Street. Council Bluffs la That never require almptng. at Un. J. J , Good's IIMr Store , nt prices never bctcra touched by Any other hair dealer. Al o n full line ot swlUhca , etc. , nt really reduced ptlcoa. Alto gold iih or and colored nets Waves made from Ivllts' own hair. Da not ( ait to call before purchislni clecwhcro. All goodn warranted aa rcpreaonlcd. 11HS. J. J GOOD , 29 JUIn strcoi , Council Bluffs , Iowa. Wm , FEED & SALE STABLE The largest and best stables In the west. Roadsters , Saddle and draft horses for sale , also a fine lot of mules just received which will be closed out cheap. SCOTS ! ST. , NEAE BEOADWAY. COUNCIL BLUFFS. IA. UfiMOVED without the CAICEES drawing ol hlood or use of knife. Cures lunjr diseases , rtmuvn ita. Scrofula , Liver Com- . Pl'1 . D P'V , KlKuma- T U JUI n R S tli3' . Fever and Mcrcur- I U ill V I ) U , al 80ro9 ( KryjipciM gait Bheum , Scald Ho id , CiUr rh , weik , InP.imcd and granulated Eyes , rcrofulous Ulcora and Fe male Dlstaac ' of all kinds. Alto Kidney and Venerlal diseases. Ilomorrholds or Piles-cured money refunded. All dlecasca treated upon the principle ofvcRct - able.rofonn , without thu.Uin ot mercurial pola- ona nrtho knlfo. Electro Vapor or K.-dicated Baths , furclehed otewho dcalrathoin , Hcruli or Rupture radically cured by the use the Elastic bolt Truss and Waster , which hoj aupcrlor in the world. CONSUIiTATION FREE CALL OS OR ADDRESS flrs , E , Eice and F , C , Millar , COUNOHi BLUFFS , la. LIVERY , Feed aid Sale Stables , 18 North First Street , .Bouquet's old etand , Council U'.uff * , Iowa. WILLABD SMITH , ProjJ. W.D.STILLMAN , Practitioner Homeopathy , consulting Physician and Surgeon , Offlco and rtoldonco CIS Willow avenue , Coun- dl Ulufla , Iowa. _ ' W. E. SINTO3J , DENTIST. 14 Pearl Streat , Cauneil Bluffs , Eztractln and filllcg & epecUItr. First-closa work guaranteed , DR. A. P. EXANCH TT , PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office , No. 14 Pearl Street , noun , 0 a. ro. to 12. , and 2 p. m. , to C p , m. HoIicnco ! , 120 Bancroft uttirtt. Telephonic connection with Central olflco. JR. AMELIA C.UHROUCHS , . 617 First' Aveaue Iburalrom 10 to II a. m. , and g to S p. tn. Merchants Eestaurant JOS. BOSS , Proprietor. Corner Broadway and Fourth Stroota. Good accommodation * , good faro and cour teous treatment , S. E. MAXON , XE.O XI O Office orer aivlnj ; . lick , COUNOIi. BLUFFS , - . - Iowa. REAL ESTATE. W. 0 , James , la connection with bli law and collection buelnesa buys and icIU real estate. Person * wishing to buy or .ell city property call at hU Offlco , crcr UuBhndl'a book fcoro , Pearl atroct. EDWIN J. ABBOTT. Justice ot the Peace and Notary Public. 4l6Broadway , Council Bluffs Je : < lj nd Bortjage drawn and ftcknoled ed WATER WAVES. In Stock and Manufactur ed to Order. "Waves Made From Your Own Hair. TOILET ARTICLES , All Goods Warranted as Represented , and Prices Guaranteed. MRS. D. A. BENEDICT , 337 W. Broadway , Council Bluffs ; - - - Iowa MES , E , J , HAEDING , M , D , . Medical Electrician AND GYGNECOLOGIST. Graduate of Eltfctropathlc Institution , Phila delphia , Punui. Office Cor , Broadway & Glenn Ave. CGUNCIL BLUrFS , IOWA. The treatment of all diseases and painful [ dlf- tfcultlea peculiar to fmpaleaa spcchUy. T he Star Bakery , HOWARD & ROBIE , 227MAHTST , Emplsy the best Bread Baker In the West ; also a choice bind for Cakes and Pics. Bread delivered to all parta ol the city. Game and Poultry Can always be found a 43. DANEHY'9 , 13S.Upper Broadw > y. JNO.JAYFRAINEY , Justice of the Peace , 3J DROADWAt' , Council Bluffs , - - Iowa. W. B. MAYES , Loans andEealEstate , Proprietor of atatractg of Pattawattamle county. Oltlto corner of Broadtrny And ilolu BtrccU.'CJuncll liluCj , loaa. JOHN STEINER , M. D. , ( Doutschor Arzt. ) ROOM C , EVEEETT'S BLOCK , Council Bluffs. Dlecooai of women and children a apicli/ty. P , J , MONTflOMBEY , M , D , , FUEE DISPENSARY EVIUY SATUJIDAV. Onicoin Everett' , block , Pearl trect. Kesl ] deuce C23 Fourth street. Olflca hour , ( rom D to t a. m , , 8 to I and 7 ia 8 p. m. . Council rluff. F. G. CLARK , PRACTICAL DBHTIST. Pearl itreet , oppotlte the postoSloo. One of the oldest practitioner. In Council Blufft. Hitlt- Ufactlon guaranteed In oil cases DE. F. P , BELLINGER , EYE AND EAR SURGEON , WITH DK. CWAHLES DEETKEN. OftTco over drtir store , 414 Croadnay , Council HlufT < , Iowa. Al dUcaiod of the eju and uar treited under the most appro * cd method , and all cure * iruarantccd. JOHN LINOT , ' ' ' A'T'TORNEV'-AT-IAW. Will practice In all ita tan courU Epcat. German Linguae' EXIRA , IOWA , The Metropolis of Audabon County Flourishing. Iti lioontion. Hotel * , Untlnosn Man nntl Other Notes. Correspondence of the Bee. EXIUA , In. , May 27 , 1882. Th town of Extra is ton miles south o Audubon , and sovcn miles north o the centra of the south line of the county ; was the county scat of Audit bon county until its younger rival cnp lured the prizo. The town nt prcscn contains about TOO people , has a coot graded school , a largo school buildinj of beautiful and modern dooign ant Gnish , and with an imposing nppcar anCQ that almost , startles the traveler wno has waudercd among these prairU towns. There are four good churches , two mills , elevators , hotel , a good live newspaper with an indopondcnt-dom- ocratic-amcndmcnt label , and a dozen br two of good stores , besides the us ual number of bhops , restaurants and officesTHE THE LOCATION OF THIS TOWN has not changed by the noisu of the iron horse , for the good people of tl town thought , they had n , good posilici and they hold it , lo.iving the milt-oat nearly a milo uway across the Niahna flats. A good bus line is promptly on hand , however , to transfer the travel ers and their bappngo. The city was laid out with a public square , and the principal business houses clastoring about it. The around is divorsilicdj it boincf on the firat explored , "a nnturilly rolling prairie , giving good drainage and variety , without the inconvenience ot troublesome grades. One of the peculiar culiar features of this town is the largo shade trees which Imvo been planted by the early settlers , and con stantly protected by the thrifty burgers. The principal hotel ac commodations are offered nt the HOUSTON HOOBE , by Mr George Calph , who scoma to take ns much pride in the moiwlor tree at his front door , and whicl comes up through his open portico , as ho does in entertaining a candidate for congress. The principal dry goods andgonora merchandise house is that of J. F. UACLOCK , at the northwest corner of the park Mr. Hallock has another univorsa store at Oakfiold , which is the largos business house there , as it is hero and handles a large amount of otock Mr. Hallock is also one of the "gran ger kings , " for as a farmer ho ii ranked among the few who sproac over a largo territory , and nobody knows the end of his possessions. Ho has'.700 acres in corn this year , fed several hundred head of cattle during the winter , -and hue 300 hogs in tho-field , which ho is feeding for immediate market , and < othcr "farm items" in proportion. The store at this pla9o is probably the lorpcat and nest in the town ant the stock is complete , while Mr. T. E. Cotton , the superintendent of nl this business , is located hero and is a thorough and .cultivated business gen tleman. The proprietors of the bank , 1IESSIV3. WHITNEY AND TAN GORDKIl , are alee the owners of the Auduboi : county bank , ut the county seat , auc Mr. E. Watson , the cashier and man aging o nicer hero , is an oxperioncet and efiiciont gentleman who seems to bo an important spoke 'in the business wheel of the town. This bank was established in 1870 , is prepared for a general banking business , is just fit- ting'up its rooms with modern taste and convenience , and has a largo busi ness with the stock and grain dealers. J. B. fe'ONNIU.r.DY seems to have the loading grocery house and a good situation , and we judge from what Wo saw in our short visit that ho lias a largo trade Irom this great , rich farming region that surrounds this well known and sub. stantial town. town.TJiK TJiK UEFENDEB s edited and published by Milliman & Dicua , two practical newspaper men , who ore earnest workers , and independent enough to face the musio like the "Drummer boy of Shiloh. " and .offer . to the public a carefully edited and well patronized weekly that now and then "utirs up the am mala" for a change. Uapt. Ghas. Stuart's elevator and lumber-yard hero is only ono link of iis chain of business , which is quite arge here ; while the Batoman Bros. uvp another fine elevator and a largo business. The mills , iho lumber yards end the farm implement houses are doing a largo business , and thorosnoms ; o bo a busy throng going and .coming 'com the great drug ntoro and music IOUBO of H , B. Burton. J. H , ItKND&EMAN , M. D. , s ono of the old practitioner ; , and for nany yearn has held the post of the 'leading physician" of the county , and his name is known in every family and by every fireside in this and the oining counties , Eiira continues to grow , for busi ness U good and quite a number of ino buildings are to bo put up this season Trade is good. Crops every where'aro ' looking unusually promia- n # , and everybody is happy. BUCKEYE. Profitable Patients. The most wonderful and marvelous uccesa in cases where persons are ick or wasting away from a condition of misorabloncsj , that no ono knows trhat ails them , ( profitable patients or doctors , ) is obtained by the use of lop Bittpra. They begin to cure rom the first dose and keep it up un- il perfect health and strength is re- tored. Whoever is a filleted in this vay need not sulFor , when they can get Hop Bitters. [ Cincinnati Star. IOWA ITEMB. Small pox at Orange City stopped ho decoration day reunion. Two now cases of small pox wore re- > ortcd at Davenport on the U0ti. ] A now paper The Times was tarted at Vun Horn , Iowa , last week. A committee of experts is examining lie record .books of Cherokee county. A nuinbcr of Glonwood gentlemen have arranged to statta national ban ! nt Correct ion villo. The body of an infant WAS found in an Oskaloosa well on the 20th , with a car-link about its neck. The English colony , the hendqunr tors of which are at LoMars , is now said to number 1,000 persons , At the Agricultural college girls are taught to make good broad , roast and broil meats , and to make a cup ol coffee. Tssachnr Soholfiold , editor of that excellent paper , The Dunlap Reporter , and wife , recently celebrated their sil ver wedding. In Muscaiino county , on the 28lh , the son of Elias Adams , aged 7 , was thrown from a horse while crossing a orass , and was drowned. The incorporation papers of the Divonport , Iowa & Dakota railroad have boon filed with the secretary of itato. The capital provided is $8,000- 000. 000.A A man has been arrcslod near Bur lington who 5 supposed to bo Samuel M'Ooddard aliai S. A. Duke , who es caped from the Nebraska penitentiary August 8,1881. E. 0. Buflum , n wealthy citizen of Aleona , and vicn president of the Kos auth County bank , attempted to com mit suicide by pounding himself on the head with a stone. At Clinton , on the 29th , Ferdinand Nasal , aged 11 , foil between two cars while stopping from' ono to another , when his head was cru&hcd by the wheels , causing instant death. At Cprnnll , Mt. Vernon , a few nights since , students broke into the now chapel and stole a lot of rod paint , which they used in decorating the Methodist church and Prof , Froor's iiouso with artistically executed ku- klux cross 09. There is intense excitement in Winthrop over developments in the recent bank forgery case. Fred Wil son has made an affidavit in which ho charges E. S. Qaylord with having drown the forged checks. Gaylora lias been a prominent citizen of Buch anan county for a number of years. O , W. Taylor , of Dunlap , was after liny in his barn in the early morning a short time since. Ho jabbed the fork into the mow and hoard an im mense growl. Taylor jumped down , and behind him came a growlinp tramp , very mad because of the wounds made in his person by the tines. Liczio Weston , recently arrested m Adams county , confesses that she has made it a business to hire out as a ser vant in wealthy families , got on inti mate term a with the hc&d of the house and then blackmail him for all she could. Generally she would pretend to bo onciento and have to go away tor treatment. She says oho has played the game several times , and twice got § 5,000 hush money , and names ono ol the moat prominent politicians in the state as ono of her victims. The' wo man has a husband and child , and is icid to have acquired a competence by tter nefarious'practicos. Couch's Weather Service. JUNE , 1882. 1. Clearing and pleasant , 2. Warm and threatening. 3. Cloudy and showery. k 4. Fair and hor. 5. Hot and tmltry , followed by 0. Heavy rains and winds. ' 7. Rainy , but clearing. 8. F iir , but windy. M ) . Warm , but clouding. 10. Cloudy and showers 11. Fair and hot 12. Cloudy and showery. 13. Cloudy and Coaler. 14. Warmer and threatening. 15. High winds and rain. 10. Cloudy and showery. 17. Showery , cool and windy. 18. Clouds and showers. 19. Fuir and quite warm. 20. Cloudy and rainy. 21. Warm and cloudy. 22. Hot and showery. 23. Hot and rainy. 24. Westerly winds. 25. Fair but threatening. 20. Hot and rainy. 27. General rains , 28. Windy and allowing. 29. Rain but fairing. 30. Warm and cloudy. 40LY. 1. Rains but warm. 2. Clearing sky west ot the Missis- iippi , with rains east of the Missis sippi , followed by clearing sky. 3. Warm , clouding , with heavy mins west of the Mississippi , and varin but clouding sky east > ot the tfiasissippi. , _ 4 Clearing sky west of the Missis- ipp ( , and rams east of the Mississippi , ollowed by a general clearing sky. E. J. Couc'H. DANA , Iowa , May 24 , 1822. These predictions for localities woit of the Missouri should be read in nauy cases ono day earlier , and as ho higher elevations gave slight ainc , it should bo read as such , with often only clouds and changes in torn- leruluro. Carson Nows. Correspondence of The Bee , OIIMON , Iowa , May 31. The raoes at Council Blulls were well attended from this place. Farmera through this section are raoro hopeful. Corn all planted and most of it up. The last few days of fayorablo weather have made a iron- dorful change. Wheat , rye and oats never looked bettor. The question of prohibition ia the topic of the day. The tomporarr * people are doing aomo good work , Oapt. IJamiltou delivered an interest- iiiK temperance lecture at the M. 15. church , Sunday ovonint ; . The amendment - ment will carry in this part of the county , Ono would think from reading the newspapers of this district that Major Anderson is the unanimous choice of the people 'for congress ; but , judging from the expressions of the people in this section , the newspaper is not a euro index to the public public pulse. The people hero and our caucuses vill bo solid for Ool , Bapp , whllo our newspapers are for Anderson. An derson , with his ' 'mutual admiration pres , " has boomed himself about as high as ho can go , and everybody por- coivpa the uncertainty of the wind that fills his sails. S , and L , THE ireat dtstlnKuiilifmr featqre qf edtlin'H Kuaiiu tfulve Is its power to tdute lallatDfttlon , Bethesda BATIM HOUSE ! At Bryant's Spring , Oor , Broadway and Union Sts , COUNCIL BLUFFS. thin , Medicated , Vapor , Klfc'rlc , I'lunge , Dauch , Shoncr , Mot anil Cold llvhs. Com. potent nale Mid female I tit cs and at'ondants nlntys on hand , ami lit belt otrn oanil attsn- lion Riven pitront. Special alt ntlon R\CII | to buttling children. Investigation nud | trau fj.i tollcltcdDR. . A. II Srontr.Y & Co. , 100 Cppor Broadway. Dr. Stud'cy : Tnntmcnt ol dironlo disease , made a spccUlty. Ono of the best cond-claw Hotels In the West Is the BROADWAY HOTEL , A. E IHISW.V , Proprlttor. Nos. 631 ml CS6 Droidnny , ' ouncll HinduIon * . Table supplied with the beat the market af- fotds. ( } od roomi and first-clou bcdi. Term * \cry reasonable. . UNION AVENUE HOTEL , 817 Lower Broadway , Mrs. 0. Gerspacher &l Son , FIKST CI.A S HOTfiL AT ilicm. TUANHlKSTfl ACCOM UOUATKD. IIOTKh FOrt UENT. GOOD HKABONS KON RKNT1NO. SCANDINAVIAN HOTEL N. Andcrion , - - Proprloto ? , 732 Loner Ur3.vl\vay. Tulle mppVoJ with Iho licst the morkol nf- lonlii , Torai J3.DOnnd $ I.OOpcr\tMk , Tt&nslcnt jl.UOpcriiav. If Vcn Winh n Lunch Go to LOUIE DUQUETTE , Soup ? , Mcnt * , and Entnblcn nlwnya on Imncl. 1'ivc Cents per cixll. STARR & BUNCH , HOUSE , SIGN , AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTERS. PAPER HANGING , KALSOJfllNING AND GRAINING , Shop Oornor Broadwny mid Scott St BIES. J. P. BILLUPS , I'ROPIllETOn OF EESTAUBANT & EATING HOUSE SIS S-iitb Mulu Street , Council It uff * . New house and ncivly fitted up In first cliu Btjlo llcalu at all hourd. lea cream and lemonade - nado every pruning : FnilU.i d confoctloncrlai HUGHES & TOWSLEE , DEALERS IN Confectionery , FruitsHuts Cigars and Tobacco. Fresh Oysters and Ice Cream in Season. 12 MAIN ST. , Council Bluffd. BBABDED FACES. Some Ludicrous Objections to Mus tachoa and Whlolcors n Few Years Back. If. Y. Journal of Coininoicu. Thirty ycara ago a fovr persona oi foroi n birth appeared in the Directs with hair on the upper lip , and were subjects of curiosity and sometimes ol public ridicule. In 1850 BOIUO of the young swells of the metropolis bewail to wour mustaches , but for some time no clerk would venture to imitate thorn. In ono case a merchant on Vine street , irho had just engaged a clerk for twelve months , or during good behavior , discharged him for wearing a full beard , claiming that the adoption of the fashion laid the clerk open to dismissal under the good' behavior clause to the sontract. About the same time a nuin- bor of leading merchants gave notice that they would employ nobody who were hair on the upper lip. An late as 1851 , the senior proprietor of this paper made his cashier ohavo oil'an in cipient moustache , and soon after Drought his own Ron under the rar.or. [ n the church of Dr. Bcthuno , on Brooklyn Hci hta , an older who was lulloring from a lame wrist allowed his : > oard to grow rather than submit to a mrbor. The habit , beginning in ne cessity , continued on account of the ncreaso of comfort which it nflbrded , md the older Haunted his beard before iis congregation constantly. The result was laughable * Many of the brethren called upon the pastor to insiat upon .he . pastor doing away with such a scandal as a full-bearded elder. Ho led them to his library and allowed them how some of the early athors had pleaded against cutting off ho board , IIo turned to Lactantiui , Dhoodoro , Bt. Augustine and St. ) yprian , who had stoutly contended for the growth of a full board , IIo quoUd from Clement , of Alexandria , ho assertion that "naiuro adorned man , like a lion , with a board , as a mark of itrongth and power. " When one of the visitors asked him how ho roMld like it if the clergy assumed the mustache , Dr. Bothuno referred him o a decision of the Fourth Coun- il of Carthage ( A. D. 252 , Can. 44) ) , in which it was positively enacted hat a clergyman shall not shave his > oard , and to A statement nude by .mther in discussing the subject , that 'all the Protestant martyrs were burned in full boards. " This did not ottlo the matter , for , subsequently , ho ladies of the congregation put in heir protest , But in a few months a venturesome lawyer lot his beard grow after ho manner of the oldora , nd in a little while smooth shaven ucoa were no Iqnger the rule , but were the exception , Millions Given Away , Million * of Uotttespf Dr. Kins' * New ) luoovery for Consumption , Cough's and told * , Jmvo been glvou nway as Trial ioltltJ of the largo size. Thlj enormous utlay would bo dhtutrouu ti the pro- riet/ort , were it not for the rare merits waaeuod by tbl wouderful medicine. Cull t 0. If , uoodmnu'u Drug Htoro , and got a Trial Bottle fret , and itiy for youroelf , t never fails to cure , DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN HOTEL ? B HOTELS , ARL1NQTON. BARATOQA HOTEL. MARSH HOUSE , COMMERCIAL HOTEL HALU HOUSE , CITY HOTEL , COMMERCIAL HOTE. . GRAND CENTRAL MISSOURI PAOIFIO HOTEL , COMMERCIAL HOUSE GREENWOOD HOUSE , OOMMEROIAL HOUSE , ENO'O HOTEL , EXCHANGE HOTEL , METROPOLITAN HOTEL , MORGAN HOUSE , SUMMIT HOUSE , HOUSTON HOUSE , REYNOLDS HOUSE , WALKER HOUSE , OOMMEROIAL HOTEL , OITY HOTEL , PARK HOUSE , NEBRASKA HOTEL , , MERCHANTS HO1CL COMMERCIAL HOTEL. PARKS HOTEL , COMMEROAL HOTEL , DAQNELL HOUSE , OOMMERCIAL HOUSE , JUDKIN3 HOUSE , BALL HOUSE , COMMERCIAL HOUSE WOODO HOUSE , DOUGLAS HOUSE , DEDFORD HOUSE ARLINGTON HOUSE. NORFOLK JUNCTION HOUSE WINSUOW HOUSE AURORA HOUSE CROZIER HOUSE AVOOA EATINQ HOUSE CENTRAL MOUSE J. O. MclNTIRE , J. 8. 8TELLINIU8 , E. MANS , JOHN HANNAN , A. W. HALL CHENEY a CLARK , J , O. MEAD , C/SEYMOUR , P. L. THORP , A. O. OAARPER , W.MAYFIELD , E. STOREY. E. L. ENO , O. D. HACKNEY , FRANK LOVELL , E. L. GRUOD , 8WAN A DECKER , QEO. OALPH , O.M. REYNOLDS , D. H. WALKER , 8. DURQS8S , Dl A. WILLIAMS , MR8. M. E , OUMMINO.O , J.'L , A VERY , J , W. DOULWARE , F. M. PARK , HENRY WILLS , CHAQ. DAQNELL , WM.J.UTTON , FRANK WILKINSON , H. H , PCRRY , D , F. STEARNS , JOHN EOKEItT , J. 8. DUNHAM , J. T. GDEEN , J. M. DLAOK & SON , A. T. POTTER , O. MoOARTY , M. D. JONES , O. R. OROZIER , D. W. ROCKHOLD , Lincoln , Net * Mllford , Mob.B DROWN8VILLE , Neb Loul.vllla nlalr , Neb. Nelljth , Neb- N bratka Oily , Neb Weeping Water.Na Hardy , Neb | Greenwood ] Neb ] Clarlnda , Iowa Eremont , Neb Athland , Neb Alklnion , Neb , Guide Recd , Nab. Oretton , I * . Exlra , la. Atlantic , la , Audubon , la. rjoola , la. Harlan , la , Corning ; , la. etnnton , Durllneton Junction , M BlnnchArd , la. Shennndoah , In , , Dayld City , Neb College Spring * , la. Vlllfica , la. / Malvern , la , Ida drove , la' Odebolt. la Oiccola , Neb , , _ ' Olarkt , Neb. Bedford la. Marytvlllo Mo ' Norfolk Junction Neb Boward Nob. Auro-xr , Not. Sidney , No ) . Avoca la. LOCK WOOD & 8HATTUOK. Red Bah. JELM MOUNTAIN AND Mining and ; Milling Oompany. WorWnc CapltaH - $500,000. , OtplUllhock , 81,000,000 far Value ol hbaroa , tw.oco , STOCK. FULLY PAID UP AHD NON-ASSESSABLE Mines Located in BRAMBL MINING DISTRICT. 1)11. j' I , THOMAS , rrotldont , Cummltn , WM E. TILTON.Vlcc-PrcslJcnt , Camming , E. N. HAHWOOD , BccrcUry , Cummlni , Wyoming. 1 ' A. 0 , LUNN , Treasurer , Cummlnr , Dr. J. I. Thomas. Coula illllcr W. S. Ilraracl. A. > 0. > Dnnn. B.N. Uarwood. Francla Lcavcni. Qco. II. Fftloii. Dr. J. 0. Wktklnr. noSSmelitn QUO. W. KKNDALt. Authorlun ! A if tat for Sale of Stock ! Om .s , . / . Of Exira , AuduBon County- Iowa , [ On the Atlantic it'Audubon Railroad. ] ' E. Watson . - . . . - . . . . Assistant ; Cashier Bank J. F , MoAniuch , , Gonpral Merchandise J. P. Hallock , Jr. . . General Morchandiao Baylor & Sicklca. . . . . ' ' . General Morchandisa . Potcr KommcB , . - . . . . ; Grocery J. B. Connrardy. . . 1 < , Grocery H. Conklin . , ' f Grocery Gcorgo 1'Iardcnbrook , Drugs and Books- H. E. Burton4 . - ' . . . . ; . ' . ' - . . ' . , , . .Dru S' Montgomery & , Smith . . . ; . . . . . . ' . , Hardware and Implumunts- 0. 0. Walker > .Hardware and luiploinonto F. J. Shranger & Co ' . . . ' Farm Implements - 0. II. Clmdwick ; . < . ' Funii Implements William Carpenter , ' . ' Harnosa L..T. Brown _ . . . , . . . . ' . Harness Oscar Hunt , ' . Meat Market 11. 'Vandormann ' j. * Meat Market Charles Bartlctt v . . . . . . - . ; Livery Capt. Charles Stuart Elevator and Lumber Yard F.V. . Dolfthoj'do ' . Lumber Batoman Bros I i : ' , ( . . .Elevator William Granuborry. . , ' . . . > ' Steam Mill , John Huntly , Steam Mill George Calph. i . . . . / . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . , , . . , . .Hotel J. W. RbBcnburg . . . . ' . . ' . Grocery and Restaurant Frank Dorr ' . . . < . . . . . , " . . ' Restaurant and Confectionery Mrs. .Moggio Stotta ; ; . ' . . ' . . . ' ' , . ' Millinery Htoro Miss Susan Rudgo . . , . . , . . . . . " . . , . ' . ) Millinery Sloro Mrs , Strickland . . , . . ; Millihpry Store 0. D. Woodward & L. Knapp ' . . . . . . . , . ' . . , . , Wagon and'Blacksirilth Stiop Milliman & Dicua , ' . i. . . . . .Audubon County Dbfe'iidor R. W Griggs. , . . . - . . . . . . . . . , . . . ' . . . . , . . . - . , 'Liw J. M. Rondloman , M. D , ' .Physician John Rilcy , M. D Physician 3. H. Andrews , M. D , ' , . , , , . . . Phyiician R. W. Griggs Mayor 1. J , Hensloy. . . . , Live Shcck E , C. Wadaworth T . - < Live Stock Monroe Tinsley , ! Jowplry John Crano. , .Marsha ! . ISBO , _ KANSAS GITY , 3t , Joe & Council Bluffs IS Till CS11 Direct Line to BT. LOUIS AN 1 > TUB BAST From OmAhaand the West , All train , leave U. & M , Depot , Omaha : Neb. Jo chiogo of cars between Omali * and or. ad but ono between OilAUA and NK\7 YOHU. Daily PassengerTraina BASTEtlN AND YVKSTKUU CITIES with LffiJS Oil AM U8 and IN ADVANOU ot UI , OIUKIl LINKS Tuli entire line la e < ) uipp4il with allmoo'i 'abce fl'eeplnj ' ; Cwre. Palacd Day Coached , 111 Her * ! iafoty Platiorui and Coupler , and the celebrated Woatinghouu Alr-brako. tSTtioo that your ticket roada VIA &AN3A8 CITV , Iff. JOSEPH A COUNCIL BLURTS 1111 oad , via fit. Joseph and tit , I/ouls. TIeketa for Dl at al ) coupon BiallomlntLt West. J. JVBAHNAHD , O. DAV/FS , Oon. Bupt. , fit. Joseph , Ua A1 Qtn. l' e . and Ticket AK ) . , St. JoMph , Uo. AHUT JJoiiDin , Ticket Agent , lOSOrarnhamatreet. W. J.PAVimrOET , Ooneral Agent , CM Ail A , HK THE KENDALL PLMTHfB IAGME I BEESS-MAKEES' ' OO PAIHON , . It Pllta from 1.16 of a n Inch ia Idth lu tbo coar c t lolta or finest si kg U doca HI kind , tnd tyle ofi laltlng lu UM. No lady tlmt doe. tor owfa urwu-maklnK cau nerd to do without 000 14 Rico plaltloz U ererout 01 faabloa , II seeu It wll.l6cU.Vof Machine * , Circular or .flgent'i term , addrcoi OONOAR & 00. . Its AdauaBt , Obloaro Sionz City & 'Pacific ' THE EJIOUX OITY Hum a f < nld | Train Ihioutfh Irom Oounoil blnilu to St , Without Ohnnca Time , Only 17Mourn , ' t lit ' 2.OO UUKJ THE S110UTEST 30UIB rnox OOUNOIL BLUFFS TO OT , PAUL , lilNNKAPOLlS . . . . . . DULPTD PR BIBUAF.OK andr.ll point * In Northern Iow , Mlnno8vU ud D koU. Thl line b equlrped wJUl too Impror ad Autoraallo Alr.bnka tad Mtllt . PUtfona Coupler and Buffer : and lot BPEKD , 8AFET7 AND OOUFORT la pnsurpaeeed. Pullman PaUoa Uleeplng Oat1 run through WITHOUT CHANGE between Kan . MlCltyaud HL Paul , Tl Council UluDi nd QIouz Oily. Tr&lM leave Union PdBo TransJer at dona. ell lUuflu , at 7:85 p , m. dally on arrival ol Kaneaa City , Bt Joseph and Council HlulU tralq liom the South. Arriving at Bloux City 11:35 : p. m. . ard at the Mew Unloo Depot at St. Paul nt 15:33 noon. IKN nouna IN ADVANCE 01AN ? otuua ' , BOUTS. ' rnemcmber In taking the Bloux City Koatt yougeta'fhrouKh Train. The fjhortail Line. tbo Quickest Time and ComlorUbla Uldu m th Through Can between COUNCIL IJLUWB AND ST. PAUL. Oraoo that your Tlcketi read rU the "Slooi City and Paclflo Ilatlroad " J , B. WATTLES , J. R. BUCHANAN euperlntondent. Gon'l Pau. Aconl. - P. K. U011IN80N , At3t Oen'l Pwa. A l. , ' , Mlanurt Valley , Iow VT. K. DAVIS , Southweetoru A eut , _ Couucl UluH"lo < v > FAST TIMEf In gclag Kaat toke th OMcago&Iorliliwest- Trains leave Omihi 5:10 : p. m. and 7:10 : a. m. .Hull lofonuatlon call on H. P. DUEL , Ticket Agent , litb and Fjrnham UU. J. BELL , U. P. UUway Uopotoi at JAilCd T. CLA11K , b aei. Agcuj , Quota. IhlTmlte U