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COMMISSION MERCHANTS , City Market , Council niafti , Iowa , WHOLESALE FLOUR HOUSE , Gtcml AgcnU for the Celebrated Mills ol It. I ) , lluthft. Co. . Golden Eagle Flour , Learenwoith Kansat , and Queen Dee Mills. Sioux Fall ) , Dakota. Bcfcrcncp. Smith & Cilltnndtn. Council BlulTs. In. IE. . . WHOLESALE AND UKTA1L STATIONERY AND PRINTER'S GOODS , COUNCIL BLPFFB , IOWA. n TITLE ABSTRACT 0 F FICE. JT. "TOCr. fc * < 3J XT X 3EC 33 AJ O O. Lauds and Lots Bought and Sold. MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES. NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS , COUNCIL BLUFFS . IOWA. HZ. 15 North Main Street , WHOLESALE DEALER IN SHOE FINDINGS. Keadr-flttcd upper * , In call skin and kip. Oak and Hemlock SOLK LEATHER , and oed appertaining to the hoe trado. Go'da sold mchoipanln theEimt. iORRIS' ' HEW .MILLINERY STOEE FOR STYLISH SPRING BIILLINERY. PATTERN BONNETS AND CHILDREN'S HATS A SPECIALTY. 105 South Main Street , Council Bluffs la. That never require crimping , at lira. J. J. Good's llalr Store , at prices never bcfero touched by any other hair dealer. Also a full Hue ot snitches , etc. , at greatly reduced prices. Also gold , silver and colored nets. Waves made from ladles' own hair. Do not fall to tall before purchasing elsewhere. All goods warranted as represented. MHS. J. J. GOOD , 29 Main street , Council lUutfs , Iowa. Bethesda BlTHIHft HOUSE ! At Bryant's Spring , Cor , Broadway and Union Sfcs. COUNCIL BLUFFS. Plain , Medicated , Vapor , Electric , 1'lungc , Douch , Shoucr , Hot and Cold Baths. Com petent male and Icm&lo mii ea nnd attendants always on hand , and the best of rare and atten tion Klven patrons. Special attention given to bathing children. Investigation aud patronage solicited DR. A. H STTJDLEY & Co. , 100 Oppor Broadway. Dr. Studley : Treatment of chronic diseases made a specialty. REMOVED without the DANGERS drawing of Mood or use of knife. Cures lung diseases , Fits , Scrofula , Liver Com- iVni. 0 P'olnt. Dropsy , Uheuina- T LI M R R 8 'lsm. t" or and Jlcrcur- I U III U II U M BorcS ( Kryaipclao , Salt Kheum , Scald lie id , Catarrh , wealt , luflamcd and granulated Eyes , Scrofulous Ulcers and Fo- tualo Disease ) of all Kinds. Also Kidney and Vencrial diseases. Hemorrhoids or Tiles cmed money refunded. All diseases treated upon thoprlnclplcof vegetable - able reform , without the use ol mercurial pois ons or the knife. Electro Vapor or Medicated Baths , furnished ( Who dcalro them. Hernia or Rupture radically cured by the use the Elastic bolt Truss and Piaster , which has superior In tha world. CONSULTATION FREE- CALL ON OR ADDRESS Drs , E , Rice and F , 0 , Miller , COUNCIL BLUFFS , Ia. LIVERY , Feed and Sale Stables , 18 North First Street , Bouquet's old stand , Council BluffA , Iowa. W1LLAKD SMITH. Prop. W.D.8TILLMAN . . , Practitioner of Homeopathy , consulting PuysicianandSurgeon. Offlco and residence 010 Willow avenue , Coun- cl UluHs , Iowa. SINTON & WEST. DENTISTS. 14 Pearl Street , Council Bluffs. Extractlngaud filling a spechlty. First-class work guaranteed. DR. A. P. HANCHJ3XT , PHYSICIAN AND SURGEOH , OfBcs.No. 14 1'Jarl Street. Hoiui , 0 a. m. to 2 , , Mid 2 p. in , , to D p , m. Hedldcnco , ISO Bancroft utrcct. Tclephoulu connection wllli Central oifico. F. T. SEVBERT M. D . . , . , , PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - IA. Oflico No. 5 , Everett Block , Broad way , over A , Louie's Restaurant , MercliantsEestaurant J , A. ROSS , Proprietor. Corner Broadway and Fourth Streets. Good accommodations , good faro and cour teous treatment. EC , 3SC 3C 33 OUlce over sivlnK'S bank , COUNOIlj BLUFFS , - - Iowa. REAL ESTATE. W. 0. James , In connection with bla law and Collection business buys and Delia , real estate. tVsona wishing to buy cr ecll city property call tilscfllce , o\et Iluihncll'd book store , I'carl troeV. . EDWIN J. ABBOTT. Justice oi the Peace and Notary Public. 4l6Broadway , Council Bluffs drawnted , tckoowl I'tbd 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 MRS , E , J , HARDING , M , D , . Medical Electrician AND GYGNECOLOGIST. Graduate ot Electropathlc Institution , Phila delphia , Pcnna. Office Cur , Broadway & Glenn Ave. COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. The treatment of nil diseases and painful dlf- flcultlcs peculiar to furnalea a specially. d. G. TIPTON , Attorney & Dpimsellor. Ofllco over First National Hank , Council Bluffs , Iowa. Will practice In the btato and federal courts FRESH FISH ! Game and Poultry , Can always be found a D. DANEHY'S , 130 Upper DroadwAV JNO.JAYFEAINEY , Justice of the Peace , 014 BROADWAY , Gonnoil BlufTsi - - Iowa. W. B. MAHES , Loans andRealEstate , Proprietor of abstracts of I'ottawattamlo county. OIllco corner of Broadway and Main etrccU , Council liluffs , Iowa. JOHN STEINER , M. D . , ( Dcutscher Arzt. ) ROOM 5 , EVERETT'S BLOCK , Council Bluffs. i | gcaacn ot women and children a epsclalty. P , J , " MONTGOMERY Jir FHKB DWENSAUY EVKUY SAT I-RUAY , t Otllce In Fvcrvtt'a block , I'earl troet. Itotl ) dcnco 61:3 Fourth street. Office hours from 0 to 2 a. m. , 2 to 4 and 7 ogp.m. , Council fclufls PRACTICAL DENTIST. I'oarl ippoclte the post office. One of the oldest puitltloncrs In Council Uluffn. Halls Ufacllon ( 'uarviteod In all cr.sca DR , F. P. BELLINGER , EYE AHD EAR SURGEON , WITH DR. CIIAULK3 DKITTKKN. Ofllco over dru ? utore , 411 Broadway , Council luirj ! , oua. Al dUca > c4 cf thu eye and car trciUxl umlcrthoi.ioiUpprcAcd uiUhod and all cur | fuarantcud , Cl JOHN mm , A T T 0 R H E VAT1 A W. Will practice In all 8h < and United States Courti , Sp akg German Lruitftiigo COL , CAbVIN MORGAN. The Brother of the Famous Confoit- ornto Chief , Gon. Jobb Morgan. LottlsUMc Cornier-Journal , Inforroatioti was received In this citv ycslordny of the death of Col. Calvin 0. Morgan , n distinguished confcdorato oflicor , and brother of Gon. John Morgan. Col. Morgitn died at his homo in Lexington , where ho has been a prominent manufac turer and business man since the war. At the time of hmlcath ho was in the fifty-fifth year of his ago , and his lifo was u very eventful , and , in some re spects , a remarkable ono. Ho was born in Lexington shortly after the removal of the Morgan family to that place , and waa roared up there until the breaking out of the Mexican war in 1840 , when , although but little over 13 years old , ho entered the service and enlisted under Gen , Hum phrey Marshall in the company of which Capt Beard had charge , hi.i brother , John Morgan , being lieuten ant , In almost the first engagement in which ho figured young Morgan showed THE TIUIT8 OK A SOLDIEK , and bcforo the war was ever waa look * cd upon as ono of the most clear * headed and daring men in the com * in and. Ho served with credit to him self during the cntiro war and only marched away from Mexico with his regiment when the last gun had sound * od. IIo then took up his residence in Lexington and remained there a short while , until the cold fever broke out in California in ' 49 , when the love of adventure brought him , with the rnnti others , acrosa the mountains to th Pacific slope. Ho at once entered hit the mining business and in about tw < years hadamassod together ever 8400 , 000 , with which ho returned to hiaoli homo in Lexington. In nartnorshii : with John Morgan , ho embarked it business , and started a largo bagging manufactory , which they owned , and conducted together until the breaking out of the civil war , when the twc brothers entered the service of tin South together John as commando of his famous cavalry troop , and Oal vin aa an pllicor on his staff. Ill served in this position until his broth or'a death , when ho wai transferred to the stall'of Gen. Basil W. . Duko. Ho was with Morgan's cavalry IN ALL THE FAMOUS FICHT8 and scrimmages , and onftho stall o : Gen. Duke ho figured prominently in some of the most important battles of the war , and was never known to ( linen. When the final surrender had been rnado ho once more returned t Lexington and soun formed a partner ship in the manufacture of hemp bag ging with the famous turfman H. P , McGrath. This firm continued unti the death of McGrath , about a yea ago , when Col. Morgan conducted i alone until his own health began to fail. For oomo time ho had boon an noyed with dropsy , causad by Hvtr and heart complaints. About five months ago his last illness seized him , and since that time until his death ho was in almost constant auflbring , bu never took to the idea that ho was ; oing to die. The physicians never tbandonod hope until about five nreoks ago , when ho was in formed that ho was beyond hunan - nan assisanco , but ho never believed t , and BO strongly did ho cling to ; ho idea that he would recover , that ivhon McGrath's interest in the man- ifactory waa put up for sale a short ; imo since ho bought it in. His itrongth and vitality wan a constant lourco of astonishment to his friends , md ono day when his physician told lim that HE COULI ) NOT L1VK wo hours , ho got out of bed and ralkod around the houno for some imo. His gradually wasting strength md vitality finally ebbed away ontiro- y , however , and early ynstorday norning ho "crossed ever the river" in his list march. Col. Morgan waa in many respects i remarkable man , both mentally and > hysically. Hia frame was a model if power and endurance. Ho was iver six feet tall , and formed in pro- mrtion. His mind waa strong , active .nd ap-grojaivo , and whether on the iold of battle or in pursuing his busi- less in private lifo , ho was recognized , s a man of superior intellect. His ourago was very great and much like hat of his famous brother , and in all ho battles in which ho fought ho was icver known to be afraid to do his iuty. Ho was married after the war nd leaves a wifa and two children. "Promptly rind Entirely. " BuTLEimLLK , Ind. , Juno 14 , 1881. II. n. WABNKII & Co. : Siui Your lafo Kidney and Liver Cure relieved 10 promptly and entirely from severe isoasoa of the kidnoya and liver. u25dlw ] JULIUH BEYEK , Will Wo Import Moat ? The amount of frouh beef and mut- 3ii now brought from Australia and low Zealand to Great Britain is very irgo and ia constantly increasing , 'ho beat ecioutilic skill nnd inventive nlont are employed in dovining moans i produce low temperatures and to orfect other means to insure preset- ution. Largo capital und excellent usineus ability are now employed in arious cntornries for supplying Iroat Britain with moat produced on 10 Wanda that liu in the South IV ; fic. The recent experiments of ringing fresh meat from Sydney to ilaegow in sailing vessels have boon iitircly successful. Now the ques- on it presented to the business men I this country , why not bring fresh icat from outh America to sup- ly the cities on the Atlantic ooast ho distance from South Ainori- m ports to Now York is losa mn half that from Australian ports Glasgow. The great pluina of BOV- al South American count.icy are coved - od with cattlp that are now slaugh- ired for the hides and tallow they af- nd. It is true that moat is cheaper i Now York than in London , but it is jry dear in the former city. It is ao true that thu cattle in Australia o superior to those in South Amor- a , but a few years' timu will bn sulli- out to grade thorn up the proper andurd. It costs much more to raise , ttlo and ehecp in Australm than in juth America , as must of thu grazing nd belongs to individuals or ts leased om the government. The margin of olit is much larger for South Amori * m meat , a the cattle can bo obtained icaper , the voyage is nhortor , and the mperatnro of the ocean over whiub )8scls ) sail is more favorable for pro- rvatlon. IE HTOC'K COUNTKV OV 1IIK VUTUUK. A little more than one-third of Col orado , says The Denver Times , life westward of the crest of the llocky mountains. It ts , to some extent , an unknown , nn unexplored country , It has not yet been surveyed oven , since until very recently it was the croat Ute reserve. Hero 10,000 Indians have roamed since ft time that hiatory knows not of , As early as 1802 Gov. Gilpln traveled up Grand river nnd crossed the White river country , and there found Indians in largo numbers along thoao valleys. The Irnow not the uao of lire-anna , but they treated him kindly , The governor's remem brance of the country away to the ex treme southwest of Colorado is that it is the finest grazing region ho has over seen. The rivers and small streams all run to the southwest , and the snows sel dom lay many days. Grasses upon tlo foot-hills are green at thuir roots the twelve months in the year. The larger number of the 'mountains nto not abrupt like thoao this Hide of the great divide , nnd are covered with bunch and grnmnm grass oven to the lops , Water of the purest kind in very abundant in the many rivers and streams , nnd in the thousands of springs thai burst out everywhere along the mountain sidoa , Here is n country bigger than nil Now England with Now . ( orfloy and Delaware throwi in , nnd yet unoccupied by white men expect in a few isolntod places. Hen is grazing sulUcient to sustain million of cattle and sheep for nil time U come. Their lands have been pur chased and many of the Indians nrt gone. The government will sorn survey the country and place it In tin market for homestead nnd pro-omptioi settlement. Ere many years hav < rolled along Denver will rely upnr the Grand , the Whlto , nnd the Blut rivera for its supply of beef. Mr George Thompson and several other , of the stock men of the south him gone into this country to select loc.v lions , nnd from present indications n million of neat cattle will be grazing in those valleys before the SHOWS o next November. The Denver & Hi Grande road , when its connection with Utah is acoot.ipliahod , will malu access to this nonEldorado easy and rapid at all seasons of the yoar. Tin White llivor agency , where pee Mucker waa mastucred , may yet become como n flourishing city of retired cattle tlo kings. Gives Away. Wo cannot hoh ) noticing the liberal olTc , innda to nil invalids and sufferers by Dr iving's Now Discovery for i oiiRutuptiun You are rc inested to call at O. V Hood man's Drug Store , and Ret a Trial ISnttli ( ret nf cost , if you are Buffering with Cnu Numption , Severe Coughs , Coldi , Astlnuiv Jlnmchitiri , liny Fever , Loss of Voicn' J lonr.seiiCrtf , or any iilloctiou of Uio Tliroa or Liin a. It will positively euro you. LINCOLN'S COURTSHIP. Reminiscences of His Engagement Mary Todd. Springndtl tipcclal to Indianapolis Journal. The body of Mrs. Lincoln lies to day peacefully in the little room at hoi sister's houao , and just within thodoo : loading to the room where the marriage riago ceremony was performed whiol : mada her the wife of the martyr pres ident , whoso tomb at Oak Eidgo cemetery otery , is the Mecca of so many patri otic pilgrims. The curious circumstance of the courtship , marriage and death occur' ' ring in the same house , has already revived some curious reminiscences An old , life-time friend of Lincoln' ) pays thu story in some aspects is umus ingf in others very sad. It ia sub < atantially this : Mary Todd had i step-mother at her homo in Lexing ton , Ky. , with whom she could not agree , und consequently she came , in 1839 , to live with her sister in this jity , the wife of Hon. Ninlan W. Edwards. Mr. Lincoln was then rising in the legal profession , and ii the political field ho had no local BU- poriors. Miss Todd was aristocratic , \ Kontuckinn through and through , uid it became a common opinion unong the neighbors that they would inako a splendid match. Soon Mias 1'odd came to the same conclusion the icighbors had already reached. Stephen A. Douglas was ono of her luitors at this time , but she objected o hia morals , and said that , at any ate , she wanted to marry some ono vho had a chance of being president. Finally , she and Lincoln were en gaged and their marriage was under- itood to bo only a question of n little , imo , awaiting the arrival of n con- foniont season , when a sister of Mr , Sdwarda came to pay him a visit. She vaa n confessed beauty , and before eng Lincoln waa head over oars in eve with her , Lincoln tried to fight igainst the now llnnio , but it burned n his hourt us on an altar. At last 10 wrote n letter to send to Mary , oiling her the iituto of his feeling ; ) ut the late Joshua F , Speed , the no.it intimate friend Lincoln over iad , got the Jotter from him iiul made him agree to go o Mary , like u man , and tell her the rouble , She heaid hia utoiy and ) romplly agreed tn release h ! > faoni tis engagement , but the loavu-Uking ? a j rather tender , nnd broke Lincoln 11 up. lie returned to hia ofl'ioo , but ould not go to work. IIu drooped bout for aovorul days , andohortly Mr , peed discovered that ho waa proba- ly in danger of committing suicide , Irn. Edwards Buys that for aonio time his love ( .flair actually drove him era- y , and in order to wuun him from hia lelancholy , Speed cloned out lib own luaincaa in Springfield , and ho und ihcoln wont togothorto Kentucky nnd [ > ont ulinoit a yeir thpru before thu tter rrcovered hia ordinary cheerful * CBB mid equanimity. Some d lya before alurtmg on Ihii rip , Mr. Lincoln wrote u curiouD rtiolo the of ' ' * on Hubjoot 'Suicide-,1 nd publiHhud it in the Illinois Stntu ournul. A sunvch in the bound film f that paper reveals the fact that the rticlo is nearly all cut out , and it i.i irmised that , later in his lifo , Mr. incohi had himself undoitukun to uatroy it , BO that it might bo forgot- in. in.On Mr. Lincoln's return from the 'ontucky trip , thu courtship went on iiiotly-soiuu eay clnuduitinoly for time , und on thu afternoon of No- Jinbcr 'I , 18(2 , ho mud to hia friend , II. Mutheney ( atill living in HIM ty ) ; "Jim , I'm going to niiirry thut rl , " and they wore married tKnt veiling , EvlH to bo Avoided' Over-oat ing in In 11119 uentio a * productive evil ftf intemperance in drinking.- Avoid ) tb , and keep the blood imrilieil with UIIDOCK 1)1.001) ) TilTTKIlH. Qllli you will hu warded with robust health ami ou luviv- d y6tem , 1'rlce lOO. jyii5dlw IOWA ITEMS. Four hundred and throe miles of railroad are under construction in the state , The contract for building n $2,200 school houao at Iliver Sioux has boon lot. _ The veterans of Chickasnw county will have n reunion at Now Hompton , September 20th. Cedar Falls has organized a build * ing nnd loan association , with an auth orized capital of $100,000. The Sibloy school directors hnvu agreed upon plans for n now school * house which will coat $5,000. Simpson centenary college , at In dianola lias paid n debt of $ uT , OOOaud doubled its Attendance in two years. At Waterloo , on the 20th instant , John Madddx , n 10-year old boy , while noting as fireman , fell from Uio tender , mid the train passing ovtr him , was killed , In Buchanan county recently , J. J , Miittlca was lowered into a well for the purpose of cleaning it out , when ho was overcome by foul nir , fell to the bottom and waa dead when taken out. Ho wns fifty years old and loaves a wife and throe children. The Io.vn editors will leave Dos Moinoa on their western excursion on August 10th. The excursion includes n trip over the Burlin lon road to Denver , nnd ever the Denver it Hio Grande to Londvillo nnd Mnnitou Springs. A fire nt Anamosi on the 20th in- slant , consumed the elevator of J , II. Davis , in process of removal to Ivirk- nan , n station on the Chicago t North western. One-third had boon de molished for that purpoao. Losa. 3.COO. Bishop Hurst han issued n congratu latory letter to the Methodist minis ters of Iowa on the cfllciont aid ren dered to the cauao of temperance in the Into contest ever the adoption of the prohibitory amendment to the constitution. Mrs. 0. 0. Oramblott , of Dos Moines , n woman in humble circum stances , is supposed to bo the rightful heiress to the great Hodges fortune nt Brighton , England. The oatnto amounts to the snug little sum of S-50,000,000. ! Lou Blandon of Missouri Valley has been nrrcatod upon the changeof no- creting Miss Ella Lewis in his room a couple of duya and seducing her. Dlandon waived examination and gave bail in the mini of $1,000 for hia up- poaranco at the next term of the dis trict court. The Methodist camp meeting at Do Witt this year will begin Wednesday evening , August aOth. The llov. Thomas Harrison the " " , "boy preacher , is expected to bo present. The camp meeting will continue ono week. A fearful nnd probably fntnl acci dent occurred at Marshalltown , Thurs day evening , the 20th inst. William Knoll , n triLveling man from Chicago , in attempting to leave the train , fell between the cars and both logs were cut oil' . A soriouo stabbing affray occurred on the 22d inst. nt Flaglor , ft mining town near Knoxville , between two men named Anderson and Cromwell , the former a saloon keeper und the latter a minor. The difficult arose about the price of aomo liquor. After some hot words the latter drew n knife and stabbed the firmer three times , inflictim * wounds from which ho cannot recover. WOODB NE , IA Personal and Oonoral Notes From tin Lively Little Town. Correspondence of Tha lioo. WOODUINE , la. , July 24. In ao 3ordanco with your request , I send you n few items from this town ant vicinity. Our town is making some aubatan itantinl improvements this season , the nest notable of which are Godding's Irug store , T. L. Canfiold ifc Co.'a irrdwnro , and Steven's atoro. Sov- > ral fine residences have been built luring the past year , which add much ; o the beauty of the town , among vliicli are thoao of H. C. Harsh * jargor , W , J. Oallnndor , G. W. Mut- liows and II. B. King. The crops In this immediate vicinity ire good. Wheat , oalu and small ; rain are the best for years , while thu irospcct for corn iu fine , and unless re have an early frost corn will be nil Ight. There ia a good demand for land , md our land agents are duing n big jusineaa. The country near the line a fast nettling up , nnd u free range or cattle in u thing of thu past , leavy cattle dealers are securing luryo racta of land for pasture. J.V. . iupp , J. Coo , M. K. Hood , Roberta iros , , L. 1) . Buthir nnd others own everal auctions of land north of own , which will bo uacd for grazing , Trade in all branches haa been good his summer , which is proved by uiildings in in progress und contom * ilutod. Woodbine boasts of having one of icst Imno ball cluba in Harrison coun- y ; they play the Dunlnp club on the Htor'a i/roundn the 25th of this lonth. Wo have a ten thousand dollar law uit on our hutids , aa Mrs , Hall a case aa been nppealed to the aupromo ourt. Our schools nto enjoying : a vacation , A. 1 * . Luthropo id viuiting friends i Illinois. H. 0 , Harsbbnrgor recently return- d from H visit to hia father in Kansas. A , Yoialoy i busy mipcrintondiug lie construction of liiddtng'a and tevonfl * stores. J. A , Burkholder stood behind rarithburger'tf counter whilu the latter aa away. Geo. Mathown haa returned from /iacoimin. N , L. Cole has gone weut on u picas- ro trip. Prof. 0. 0. Matter attended the mchora' institute at Logan hint week , L. D. Bulur , our mayor , ia kept uay looking after tha interacts of thu ) wn. Our "Silver Cornet Band" alill Jts. It , E. PoitTBIt. An invaluable etrengthonor for the orvoa , muacles , nnd digoetivo organs , reducing strength nnd appetite , ia rown'u Iron Bittern. 21d&wlw To the Consumers of Carriages < fe Buggies , I have a cooiplota stock of all the Lit33 Styles of Carriages , Pnaetons and Open and Top Buggies , Consisting of The Celebrated firewater Sida Bar , The Hamlin Side Bar , The Whitney Side Bar , and The Mullhalland Spring. The Dexter Queen Buggy and Phaeton , AhD the Old Reliable JSliptic Spring Buggies and Phaetons. They are all made ot the best materials , and un der my own supervision , I should be pleased to have those desirous of pur chasing to call and examine my stock. I will guar antee satisfaction and warrant all work , H. F. HATTENHAUER , . Corner Broadway and Seventh Streets. COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA. . , ( Successors to J. W. Rodefer ) WHOLESALE AND : RETAIL DEALERS IN LACEAfiMA LEHIGH BLOSSBTO L , JLJUJJ.JLUJ-L , AND ALL IOWA GOALI fiLX-SO CONNELLSYILLE COKE , CEMENT , LIME , PLASTER , ETC. Office No. 34 Pearl Street , Yards Oor. Eighth Street and Eleventh Avenue , Council Bluffa. 1 > . T. MAYNE.0. E. MAYN1S COUNCIL BLUFFS STEAM FACTORY MANUFAOTORE BROOMS , BROOM HANDLES , CORN MEAL , GRAHAM FLOUR AND FEED The Very Beat of Brooma Constantly on Hand. The Hlghoat Market Price Paid for Corn , Oats , Rye , Barley " ZBZROOHVC OOIRICTI l * PartioB Wishing to Sell Broom Corn Will Pleaae > Send Sample. - - . OQ-CTPJ-OXJC. Mrs , J , E , letcalfe and Irs , Belle Lewis Arc now dealing In all kinds of fancy goods , uch is Lacta , . Kmbrolderlo , Ladles' Underwea Of all description * . Also llandkerchlefg , hoth In silk and llncti. hose of all kinds , thread , pins. nocdlbs , itc. Wo hope the Indite will call and ice our stock of Roods at 680 Broadway lief ore go \ ' > K clBowhoro. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ M E T C A L F B R O S. , - WHOLKSALi : DKALKIlBj. IN - Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves. CHICAGO PRICES DUPLICATED. RUDD'S LAUNDRY. On AvonnG B , No , 1902. ( MIAU IIKOiDWAV. ) Clothes gathered up and delivered promptly. Best of Satisfaction Guarantee ! Lost Clotlr made good , NO BETTER LAUNDRY WEST OF CHICAGO. J. jr. 3EC.TT3P3P. STEAM LAUNDRY. 723 W. Broadway. LARSON & ANDERSON , Proprietors , ThliUuuilry hai Just been oponoJ for html- icai , anil wo are now pri | > ari'U to do U indry i ork of all kinds and iii trauteo ratUI&itlnn A ipcclalty mtvlu of llnu work , siuh an collirs , ulfj , Iliio'hlrts , itu. Wo want cvctjlioly to ; huutt trial , LARSON & ANDKKSON. I ) KUMC'.SUBON , K. J. Hllt'OlRT , A W , bTltKKT , rrwldoii. . ViCB-lWt , Ci hkr. OITIZENSBANK Of Council DIulTii. Organized under tlio luws ol tliu BUtQ c > f Joui , aid up ( apltol , g 76,0,0 UUhorlzuI capital , , 20uu > J Intircst paid on time dopoalto. Drafts ln. < iuil HI the priuvipal vltlin of the United Hiatus ruiU Curopv. Upoclal ittU'iitlonIron to colluitiout .nd ujrrt ! | uiiUinco with prompt rvturiid. DIIIKUTOKH. . . , K L. F hu/art. J. T. Hart , V. W. W Uaco , J W. llodfer , I , A. JIl lit , A. W. HtrcU , . JyTdtf STARR & BUNCH , HOUSE , SIGN , AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTERS. PAPER HANGING , IALSOMINING AND GEAINIHB , Shop Oornor B roadway and Scott St HUGHES & TOWSLEE , DEALERS IN Confectionery , Fruits.Nuts Cigars and Tobacco , .fresh Oysters and Ice Cream in Season. 12 MAIN ST. , Oouucil Bluflfc. One oi thu test 8t-coiid.clasa Jloteli In Uio \Voat Is thu BROADWAY HOTEL , A. K I1U W.V , IVoprlitor. No * . ( SI and 630 Draidnay , ( ouncll Ulufl ? , Iowa. TaLla rupplltd with thu but tliu market ol- foiiH ( h od rooms and flrjt-claja tods. Tvnus very reMonaMc. AVENUE HOTEL 817 Lov/er Broadway , Mrs. 0. Qerspacher & Son. KIIIST CLASS HOTEL AT UEABOKA1ILK 'llICKSi THANSIKNTU ACCOMHODATEU . HOTEIi V0lBALK. \ . GOOD HEAbONH fOtt. . V