THE DAILY BEE-SATURDAY , JUJSTE 14 ,
a. a. aooxc AC oo.
\ COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
Clly Market , Council niuITi , ,
WHOLESALE FLOUR , HOUSE ,
General AgcnU for the Celebrated Mill ! of II. D. HuihA Co. . Golden Kajle Hour , L Ten oith ,
_ Kansus , and Queen Dee Mill' , Sioux t'Mi , D.-xkota.
Pcfercncc , Smith ft Oil t'mlrn , I'ouncll Mud * , Ift.
STATIONERY AND PRINTER'S GOODS ,
COUNCIL BLTTFF8 , IOWA.
TITLE ABSTRACT 0 F F ICE.
T. "TOT. . * O XT 3 : : Et jEJ .Sz O 3 > .
Lands and Lots Bought and Sold.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS IOV/A. /
15 North Main Street.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN SHOE FINDINGS.
Read-fitted uppers , In evil skin and Kip. Oak and Hemlock BOLK LEATHER , and al
oodi appertaining tothoshoo tr.ulo. Oo-di sold a < cheap a < In the Kagt.
IES. iOEEIS' ' m MILLINERY STOEE
FOR STYLISH SPUING MILLINERY. PATTERN 1JONNETS AND
CHILDREN'S HATS A SPECIALTY.
105 South Main Street. Council Bluffs la.
That never require crimping , atMrs. . J , J. Good's Hair Store , at prices never bcfcro touched l > y
ny other hair dealer. Also a fuUUna ol switches , etc. , at greatly reduced priced. Also gold ,
ellvcr and colored nets \\'n\cs made from ivilcs' own hair. Da not /all to call before purchulng
elsewhere. All goods warranted as represented. MHS. J. J. GOOD ,
29 Main street , Council Binds , Iowa.
BATHING HOUSE !
At Bryant's Spring ,
Oor , Broadway and Union Sfcs.
Tlaln , Medicated , V'por , Elec'rlc , I'lungo ,
Douch , Shoncr , Hot arid Cold lilt(13 Com
petent n ale and leinalo i > ur'cs nnd attendants
always on hand , and the boat ofra-cand ntt n-
tlon Riven patrons. Spaclal attention RUtn to
bathing children. Investigation aud patronage
solicited DR. A. H STUDLEY it Co. ,
100 Upper Broadway.
Dr. Studloy : Treatment of chronic iliecasoa
mode a spycUlty.
KfiUOVUD without the
CMOEES dranlnx ol blood or use ot
_ _ knllc. Cuics lull ) ; diseases ,
A vr > nrl' 1 1 l.'T ? Fitsi Scrofula , Lh cr Coin-
Jr. . . , i _ . L'alnt | ' , Dropsy , Khcurua-
T II M 0 R S tisl . Fclcr an < 1 il cur-
I U III U II W ial 80ros Kryslpclas , Salt
Rheum , Scald Hold , Citatrh , weik , liifluued
and granulated Ujescrofulous Ulcurs auil Fe
male Disease of all kinds. AHo Kidney and
Vencrial diseases. Hemorrhoids or Plica cured
All diseases treated upon the principle ofegel -
nblo reform , without the mo ol mercurial pois
ons or the knife ,
Electro Vapor or M-dlcaled Biths , furnlshe'd
- otiwho desire them. .
* HernK or Rupture radically cured by the use
the Elastic belt Truis and Piaster , which has
superior In the world.
CALL ON Ott ADDUESS
Drs , R , Rice and F , G , Miller ,
* " . ,
* , . COUNCIL BLUFFS , la.
Peed and Sale Stables ,
18 North Pirot Street ,
Bouauet B old stand. Council U iiHn , Iowa.
WILLAltD oMITII. Prop.
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Practitioner of Homeopathy , consulting
Physician anil Surgeon ,
Office and residence 016 Willow a\cnue , Coun
cil Blufls. Iowa.
W. K. SINTON ,
14 Pearl Street , Council Bluffs.
Extracting and filling a epocUlty. First-class
work ( .iiarantcod.
DR. A. P. HANCHETT ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Otfioo , No. 14 Pearl Street. Hoim , 0 a. in. to
12. . and 2 p. in. , to 6 p , in. lleiidcnco , 120
Bancroft utrcut. Telephonic connection will )
DR. AMELIA BURROUGHS ,
No. 617 First Avenue
Hours from 10 to II a. ru. , andJ2 lo 6 p. in.
J. A. ROSS , Froprietror.
Corner Broadway and Fourth Stroota.
Good aceomniodationi , good fare and cour
8. L MAXON ,
Office over savings biuk ,
COUNOIlj BLUFFS , Iowa.
W. 0. James , In connection with bis law and
collection business buys and Belli real estate.
Persons vUhlngto buy or ( ell city property call
thlsotSc , c cr Bushnell'a book store , Pearl
EDWIN J. ABBOTT.
Justice ot the Peace and
4l6Broadway , Council Bluffs
D di and mortgage ! drawn .and ackocml god
WATER WAVES ,
In Stock and Manufactur
ed to Order.
Waves Made From Your Own Hair.
TOILET ARTICLES ,
All Goods Warranted as
Represented , and Price 3
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
337 W. Broadway ,
Council Bluffs Iowa.
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MRSTE , J , HARDING , M , D , .
Graduate of Electrop.ilhlc Institution , Phila
delphia , 1'euu.i.
OfflCB Oor , Broadway & Glenn Ave.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA , v
The treatment of all diseases and pnlnful dlf-
flcultlcs prculhr to fna'alc3a npocltlty.
The Star Bakery ,
HOWARD & ROBIE ,
227 MAXN ST ,
Employ the best liroid Ilakcr In the West ; also
n choice hind for Cakes and FIcs.
llrutd ikll > ercd to all inrts ol the city.
FRESH FISH !
Game and Poultry ,
Can always fie found a D. DANCHY'S ,
138 Upper H roadway.
Justice of tlie Peace ,
314 BROADWAY ,
Council Bluffs , - - Iowa.
W B. MAYES ,
Loans and Real Estate ,
Proprietor of oVutrac'B of Pottawattarale
county. OIIIco corner of Hroadw y ami Haiti
Bireo.i , Council Ululfa , Iowa ,
JOHN STEINER , M. D. ,
( UuuUchcr Arzt. )
ROOM D , EVERETT'S BLOCK ,
i > i8oasefofjvomen ! ami children a apaclally.
P , J , MONTQOMEEY , M , D , ,
FllEK DlKl'UNSAHV KVKUV SATURDAY.
Olllceln FA crett'e block , Pearl trott.
denco O'.S Fourth ttrcvt. OIIIco hiurs from a to
2 V m. , 2 to I and 7 to 8 ] ) m , Council i lulld
PRACTICAL DENTIST. '
Pearl street , opposite the postofllce. One of
the oldest praitltlonrrs In Council niuQs. Balls
( ( faction euirantood In all cases
DR. F. P. BELLINGER ,
EYE AND EAR SURGEON ,
WITH DR. CIIAULES DjETKEN. |
Office our driu ktore , ill liroadway , Council
Illutls , loua. Al ilUcaien of the e > u and car
treitod under the inostapprovwl method , and all
JOHN LINDT ,
ATTORNEY'-'AT-IAW. ' '
Will practice In all Btite and United State *
Court ! . Speak I German L&ngiuye ,
Some of the Offenders nnd OlTonsoa
Which Came to Light Yos-
A swarthy follow named Benjamin
Dyson hfis been complninud of for
stoftling $21.50 from Anna 1'rnlor.
Dyson was hanging about Pralor's
house for several dnys , ntid dienp
poarcd about the same time the money
did , nnd ns it was learned that ho hnd
attempted to get one bill changed , the
warrant was issued for him , but ho
has not been found.
Antono Wiorhorn , n boy , was fined
ono dollar by Judge Aylcsworth for
ass.iuUit ) < ; a little \ irby \ \ throwing n
clod of dirt nt her.
Mrs. MeKlroy , who lately figured
as n witness in rather dirty case in
volving n neighbor nnmcd Uoss , was
yesterday before Justice Frainoy to
answer to a triplet of charges , grow
ing out of soinu trouble with Smith's
family , who live near by. Ono charge
was for nssnultinp the Smith boy and
another for threatening to shoot Mrs.
Smith , and still another for disturb
ing the ne.ico. The cases were con
tinucd. Mrs. Patti , the sixteen-year
old wife , who was also a witness inttio
Uoss case , was nleo charged with dis
turbing the peace by raising a row
nenr Smith's house. Her case was
Complaint was entered yesterday in
Justice Fniinoy's court against Sam
Williams for malicious trespass. It is
claimed that Sam turned his hogs into
Jim Coylo's premises , nnd that ho also
helped himself to wood ,
\VORDS FROM A WOMAN.
Miss Frnncla E. Wlllnrd Ploadu with
tuo Men to Vote for Pro-
. hlbltion. .
There was a good sized audience nt
Dohany's on Thursday night to listen
to Miss Francis E. Willard , whoso
name has become a familiar ono in
connection with different phases of
temperance work ns well as by her
ability in handling the pen , nnd the
oratorical powers she has shown on
the rostrum. Miss Willard is the
author of "Nineteen Beautiful Years , "
has occupied the position of pre
ceptress of the Northwestern uni
versity , boon managing editor of The
Chicago Post , nnd occupied oJicr po
sitions of prominence nnd trustwhich
slip has tilled with acknowledged
ability. There was , therefore , high
expectation felt among her auditors
perhaps too hiih. ; At least she did not
meet it fully. Her address was ono
of marked merit , taken from n literary
standpoint , but it was by no moans up
to high ntandard which slio has rcachod
in seine of her other efforts. Still it
was an address nbovo most of those
which have been delivered on the torn-
poranco question. She took up the
various points of Does prohibition
prohibit , personal liberty , sumptuary
laws , etc. , the same as have
been BO freely and fully handled
of late , but dwelt but
briefly on each. Her thoughts
and views were atatod clearly
and couched in elegant diction ,
which at times touched upon the
eloquence which she has ohpwn in her
lectures upon other subjects. She
was hnppy in her choice of illustra
tions , sprightly in her anecdotes , and
her address hold well the attention of
her hearers and called forth much en
thusiasm. At the close of her ad
dress nho was personalty greeted by a
number of old acquaintances , and
many who desired to grasp the hand
of so noble a woman. She left yes
terday for Sioux City , where she was
announced to speak lust evening
She Wnntod Rood But Did Not Qot
Him Crops and Business
Nioi.i : , Iowa , Juno 22 , 1882.
To tlio CUItor of Til it DKK :
Crops in this locality have boon im
proving daily with the warm weathor.
and if the summer holds late and stays
warm , wo can look for at least a two-
thirds corn crop , The farmers are all
to busy plowing that our town has
been rather quiet in the line of trade.
Bo much the bettor , however , as it
shows wo have an industrious , ener
getic class of farmers.
I hare not seen more satisfaction
over any turn in politics than is ex
hibited hero over thu fact that the
delegates to Pottawattamio's conven
tion were instructed to support Judge
J , II. Heed for congress , and ihoro
is no doubt but that this
county would give him a eolid
republican vote , and also a l rgu num
ber of democratic vote ? , while Ander
son would not only lose all the demo
cratic votes , but 1 so n great many
republican vote * , as I can name n nuin
her of republicans who will vote for n
democrat in preforcnco to Anderson.
The reason of this is because Judyo
llecd is widely known , not only in
this county , but through the en tire
district as u man of exceedingly line
moral character , whoso integrity is
absolutely unquestioned , and whouo
ability is unsurpassed in the district ,
while AnderHon is known to bo the
paid agent of thy railroads and
monopolies , u practic.il trickoter who
liB oflico that ho may fatten
upon the proceeds , nnd therefore
the sworn enemy of the faimor and
the laborer , I but echo the uuntimont
of a largo majority of the voters in
this district when I nay. "Give us
C. D. Dillin , II. Mendel and D.
Jlarnoy circulated a subscription paper
on thu streets yesterday afternoon ,
and nearly ? 150 was donated by our
generous citizens , which was forwarded
to the Grinnell and Malcom sufferers
last night , . S. A. M ,
IOWA CITY'S UNIVERSITY OUT
Correspondence of The Ike.
IOWA OJTV , Juno 20. The seven
teenth annual commencement from
the law department in the state
university took place to-day. The
class roll bears 150 names , out of
Which 131 receive the LL. B. degree.
This is the largest class over graduated
from the law school of the university. .
In conversation with different members
bors of the class , Tun HIK : chronicler
finds Chancellor Uoss , of Council
Bluffs , to ho very popular , and re
garded ns nn efficient , ctudito gentle-
men. The chancellor began the prac
tice ol law in Lewis , lown , and Lewis
folk * will bo glad to hoar of his tuo-
cess in conducting the law branch of
Orations wore delivered by E , U.
Ilowoll , 0. F. Kuohnol , J. L. Kennedy -
nody , L. A. Stamwood , Coo L.
Crawford , Daniel Finery , L. C. Har
ris , \V. 11. Norris , M. McClurp , ,1. V.
Clyde , mcmhors f the graduating
The commencement exorcises of 'tho
literary department will take place to
morrow. The seniors number forty.
The city is full of strangers and
presents thonppuaritieoof a yroatgala
day. lo vn people are proud of their
prospective alumni , and the closing
scents of the collide year draw nn im
mense number of tlium together.
The Griiinollcnllpjni buildings will
be rebuilt at once.
A street railway company lias been
organized nt Conturville.
A Methodist church , to cost about
Sl-200 , will bo built nt Wall hake this
Latter day saints are going to build
a $0,000 church at Limont , Docatnr
Hon. Ezekiel Olnrk , of Iowa City ,
lias authorized the Grinnell relief
committee to draw upon him for
In Des Moines a nun applied for
public relief , Insing his claim to
charity on his having the dropsy and
four pairs of twins ,
At the celebration of the Fourth at
Contervillo , n purse of $25 is offered
to the couple who will bo married on
It is rumored that the Hook Island
Railroad company is about to built n
mammoth five hundred room hoto 'at
Col fax nnd surround it with park.
All notarial commissions expire
Inly 5 , nnd no notary will have nuth
ity to make acknowledgements after
that date unless roconnniesionod.
It is proposed in Marnhnlltown to
donate the money raised for a Fourth
of July celebration to the Grinnoll
sufferers , and forego the pleasure of n
general jollification on that day.
The most astonished young man in
the nrr.Invest might have been ocen
in the oflico of thu O'Bricm county
clerk of the courts the other dny. Ho
applied for a nurriago licanso , nnd
nearly wont crazy when ho found that
just twenty four hours before another
fellow secured a license to wed the
very woman ho fondly thought was nil
A SOKT OF BREVET DKVIL.
Strange Power to Resist Fire Poa-
sosHOd by n Maryland Negro.
Nathan Coker is of pure African
lineago. black as ebony and of stalwart
[ ramo. Ho is now somewhere between
CO and 70 years of ng ° , nnd has re
sided all Ins life in the lower part of
Tuckahoo Neck , Md. Ho has no
knowledge of buoks can not oven re
peat the alphabet but is much above
mediocrity in point of general intelli
gence and good , hard , cornfield com
mon sense us compared with his race.
When quite young he conceived the
idea of becoming fiio-proof , and before
lie was 25 he was u veritable lire-king.
How ho acquired the power to perform -
form the fe.tta of placing his hands
and.arms in a vessel of boiling water
and keeping them there for ten min
utes , licking a red-hot shovel , holding
in his mouth molten loud , nnd ovun
swallowing it , as well as many others
more daring , without apparent injiny ,
nn ono know , nor has he over revealed
the secret. In fact , it ia doubtful if
ho can himself explain the mystery ;
but ho can and does handle bars ot
iron glowiim with while heat , eat
glowing charcoal made from hickory
or oak wood , walk barefooted on a
red-hot bar of iron , sixteen foot long ,
with perfect coolness and deliberation.
These facts are attested by many re
spectable witnesses. Ho used to delight -
light in frightening the ignorant and
superstitious country people , to whom
ho was unknown , whenever ho could
find a crowd gathered around the
steve in a village or country store , by
stalking in , opening the etovo door
and running his hand down in the fire
nnd deliberately taking a live coal in
liis fingers nnd coolly place it in his
pipe and walk off.
Ho was at ono time on exhibition
and his strange feata created consider
able excitement , but owing lo his di.s-
like of notoriety and lack of educa
tion ho retired from the stage , His
power of resisting the cffccln of fire in
singular , and han never , so far ns I
-enow , been explained , though ho has
been examined by a number of scibn-
lifio men. Many of thu colored people
ple , and in fact not n few of the
ivhitcH , wh" hud beim taught by tlio
crude theologians of fifty years ago to
joliuvo in a personal devil with liorim ,
ail nnd cloven foot , whoso kingdom
war the bottomless pit and who occa
sionally treated his refractory sub-
itcts to dust's of molten lead , firmly
) ohuvcd , and perhaps Home of them
Etill believe , that Nathan was u sort
of u brovi't devil himself.
Tlio Money In tha World.
Director liurclmrd , oi the United
mint , estimates thu world' *
> roducti r > 3 of gold for the calendar
? cnr of 1881 at § 107,000,000 , and sil
Thu consumption of thu world in
ornamentation , manufactures nnd arts
s estimated for the name period at
875,000,000 gold and S-'JS.OOO.OOO in
The estimated circulation in thn
principal countries of the world is
placed at. Gold , § 3,221,000,000 ; full
legal tender silver , 82,155,000,000 ;
limited tenders , 8123,000,000 ; total
specie , $5,757,000 ; paper , § . ' 1,011 , .
j'00,000 , making the total circulation ,
including the amount in government
eucuritics and banks , and in active cir
culation , 89,403,000,000.
As there are about 1,500,000,000 of
people in the world , it follows that if
the cash in coin and paper was equally
divided every man , woman and child
would have nearly 97 * 80 when you
have n gold eagle yon have $ . ' ! moro
than your shnro , It is n great mis
take to suppose that the world owes
nny ono A livimj. That cn bo only
got by hard toil of brain or hands ,
M ry W. K rlylti tie Wo V \ Tim i of I'hllj.
HI ( It'll. '
During the war homespun drcisss
were n good doul used in Virginia
country ladies for every day wear ,
nnd I have soon some of thcso dresses
that looked really pretty and jaunty
on fresh young g'r's. The dyes ( as
neil ns the cloth were n homo pro
duction. Ivy leaves sot with alum ,
niado n pretty cr.xj ; sumnc leaves and
chinquapin bark made black ; mnplo
bark made n bright purple , and peach
bark made n green dye.
The men of the confederacy , those
in the army , atloiut , fared much bettor
with respect to clothes than the women
did. the government providing them
witlk uniforms imported from abroad ,
through thu blockade. Occasionally ,
too , n woman would get n prize in the
shape of n trunk or box of now
clothes smuggled through the block
ade , in which eaio her toilet would be
thu envy and admiration of all her
femino fitends. Persons who had
friends or relatives in li.iltimore , Phil
adelphia or othur northern cities
would sometimes bo favored with n
b > x of "store clothes. " I remember
such a box being aent from Philadel
phia to acquaintances ol mine in
k'chmond who became in
, , consequence
quence , "tho glasa of fashion and the
mould of form. " A plaid ribbon in
this box was lent by turns to various
friends , who looked on it as a rare
and dainty ornament , something al
most equal to the ribbon of thu Or
der of the Garter. The writer wore
it to nn elegant entertainment in
Richmond the last winter of the war.
Merchants ns well as individuals
would occasionally receive goods
through the blockade , but those were
scarcely opened before their eager cus
tomers would seize on them and buy
them up. Prices rose almost ns high
ns during the revolutionary war of
1770. The laft winter of the war the
thinnest , flimsiest silk rose nbovo $100
a yard. Dresses that winter were
niado with n basque and n full , plain
skirt , or a llounccd one , Bonn-long.
ball drcsscn of silk or other heavy
material were niado after the memorial
f ishion of n Grecian waist , with a full ,
plain skirl , in u train behind , and 1
do not think nny of thu changes
or caprices of fashion have
improved upon the beauty
a d simple elegance of this
costume. Muslin dresses wore
flouncud or milled , nnd bj * dint of be
ing carefully darned nnd lanndriod
were made to do good service. On
ono occasion a young lady of my no-
quaintanco appeared in a very daohing
costume of pink silk brocade , the design -
sign being so largo and coarse as to
cause n suspicion among her lady
friends that aho had improvised n ball
costume out of an old brocatclla cur
tain , and a sprightly young ; lady , on
Uio spur of the moment , composed n
pirody on Mooro'a "Origin of The
Harp , " beginning thus :
"Tin believed that this ilrcsa that 1 now
wojr for tlico
Was u curtain of olJ , "
But the rest is too full of personal
ities for repetition , Such transforma
tions nnd make-shifts were the order
of the day during the war. Numer
ous articles "cmtrivod by turns n
double debt to pay , " like the piece of
furniture described by Goldsmith.
"Uy night a bed , n chest of drawers
by day. " A gentleman of my ac
quaintance had himself a "swell" suit
made out of gray blanket shawls , nnd
a lady in our neighborhood had n
old piano cover dyed ( it was colored
bright purple by means of maple
bark ) and cut up into u auit for her
little bov , who appeared quite in royal
style in Ins pnrplo ginmonlf.
A very prevalent fashion in con-
fedetuto dnys was what was called
Garibaldi bodies. These weto gath
ered full on the shoulders beneath n
band , and were generally niado of
blight colored flannel or will ; , with a
row of gilt buttons up thu front nnd
on Hliouller straps. The Italian hero
Garibaldi , I may remark in this con
nection , was highly esteemed in the
confederacy. Unfortunately , the fash
ions of thonu duyn called lor volumi
nous garments mid bonnets.fGores
were not worn then , nor had it come
into fashion to combine two materials
in a costomo , clsu wo might have com
bined the fragments of two dresses
into ono nnd thus have boon some
what relieved of our straits nnd per
plexities , The bonnets and hats
were large ; at ono time the former were
immense , prompting one to exclaim ,
"No moro on thin head ! " Velvet bon
nets were mostly worn in winter , hut
in ummcr straw huts nnd drawn mus
lin hata ( the latter very pretty and
picturesque ) were worn. Toward the
latter part of the war , hat made of
pleated nhuchs were very much worn
in country neighborhoods , a trimming
for the fiat boiny also maJo of idincka ,
The gentlemen and little boys of the
Family had to resort to homo-mado
Irntu for common wear , and these hats
nlmpi'd by the awk walk , inexperienced
lingers of amateurs displayed many
curiouH curves and grotcequo indunta-
tiona that iinnnitod a rakish air to
ovun the Hlaidost old gentleman or
mobt , innooant little buy.
Feather llowera wnro much in vogue
lion , not the fine , dollnuto , brilliant
OUCH niado of Brazilian feathers , but
coatse ones made of the fcuthcru
of our barnyard fowls , while eider and
suansilown were HimulnUid by n trim
ming made of goose feathers. Trim-
minx' ' ) were , of course , as acarco with
us inoU'liiil to ho tiimnicd , and
toward the close of the war parsons
.ipprnrcd quite dreosy if they could
ii.ii.itor n trimming of drees braid ;
* quilling of this at the
bottom of an alpaca or
worated skirt , and thruo rows of it
above , were considered a stylish trim-
ming. Shoos were n great difliulty
with UH. Many n hello had to encase
lier dainty feet in clumsy , liomo-inadu
shoos , nnd if thu war had gone on
much longer perhaps wo might have
occasion to resort to the French eabot
or ttoodon ehoo. A country cobbler
in my neighborhood supplied thu
young ladies around hint toward the
close of the war with gaiters made of
mi old blue cloth coat , cut up and
otichod with yellow silk.
Wo have the niont positive and convinc
ing proof that TIIOUIH' KOLKCTIIIU On , Ua
inont effectual specific for bodily pain. In
rated of rhcimutium and neuralgia It glveo
Instimt relief. jelfdlw
To the Consumers of Carriages & Buggies ,
I have a complato stock of all the Latast ; Styles
of Carriages , Phaetons and Ope a and Top Bugg.es ,
Tfco Celebrated Brewater Sida Bar ,
The Harolin Side Bar ,
The Whitney Side Bar , and
The Mullhalland Spring.
The Dexter Queen Buggy and Phaeton Also the
Old Reliable Jfiliptic Spring Buggies and Phaetons.
They are 111 made ot tha best nia1 erials , 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 guarantee -
anteo satisfaction and warrant all work ,
H. F. HATTENHAUER ,
Corner Broadway and Seventh Streets.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA ,
( Successors to J. W , Rodefer )
WHOLESALE A > iU 1U5TAIL DEALEUS IN
LAGKAIAMA , LEHIGH , BLOSSBMG
IOWA COALS !
CONNELLSVILLE COKE , CEMENT , LIME , PLASTER , ETC.
Offloo No. 34 Ponrl Street , Yards Oor. Eighth Street and
Eleventh Avenue , Oouncil Bluffs.
COUNCIL BLUFFS STEAM FACTORY
BROOMS , BROOM HANDLES ,
CORN MEAL , GRAHAM FLOUR AND
The Very Beat of Brooms Constantly on Hand. The Highent
Market Price Paid for
Corn , Oats , Rye , Barley
IBIROOIM : aoieitsr i
Parties Wishing to Sell Broom Corn Will Pleaua ,
: & OCX ,
One of thu besi H cond class Hotels In tlio
WuBt Is the
BROADWAY HOTEL ,
A. 15 IIIMWN , l'roi > rlctor.
NOB. 631 and 630 IlroidwayCouncil HIuOs.Iow * .
Talilu mippllcd with thn host the market af
ford * . Good rooms and first-elm * beds. Terms
UNION AVENUE HOTEL.
817 Lower Broadway ,
Mrs. G. Gerspacher & Son.
KIIIST CLABS IIOTKIj AT KKA8ONAIILK
1'UICKH. THANSIKNTH ACCOMMODATKI ) .
Hm'Kl4 F011HALK. UOU1) HKAHONH KOK
N , Andorion , - - Proprietor ,
732 Lower UroadMa'y ,
Table supplied ltd Die best tlie market af
fords Terms JiUOaml $1.00perwc < k. Transhnt
B1.00 per ilav.
If YnuVink Lunch Go to
LOUIE DUQUETTE ,
, Monti , and Katubles nlwn > n on
liaii'l , Five Cc'iiU per liftll. _
STARR & BUNCH ,
HOUSE , SIGN ,
PAPER HANGING ,
KALSOMIHIM AND GRAINING ,
Corner Broadway and Scott St
HUGHES & TOWSLEE ,
Confectionery , FruitsNuts
Cigars and Tobacco , Fresh
Oysters and Ice Cream in
12 MAIN ST. ,
MRS. J. P. BILLUPS ,
EESTAUEANT & EATING HOUSE ,
813 South Main Street , Council I ) ufl .
New house and newly fitted up In first class
Btylo , Meals at all hours. Ice cream and lemo
nade every evening. Fruits aid confectioneries'
" J7 G. TIPTON ,
Attorney & Counsellor ,
OHUo en or First National Hank , Council Bluff * .
Iowa. Will practice in thu etatn and federal
723 W. Broadway.
LARSON & ANDERSON ,
111 In luun liy his Jtiit been opened for bual-
MOM , and cure now prtpurcd to do laundry
work of all kinds and ijiiuanteo natisloUIon A
epedalty made of line work , uuch as collirs ,
itiffs , line ( hlrta , itc , Wo want tU'ijl > oJy to
LARSON it ANDERSON.
JOHN HritLnu. kku <
I'reelJont. Vice I'reu'i.
W. B , Unisiin * , Soc. an J Tfoas.
Lincoln , Neb-
Corn Planter * , nurrowp , rrm Roller * ,
Oulk Hay ndkci , Bucket Elovatlnj ; Wind
Wo are prepared to do job work and nuaai \
turi.ii ; for otbcr jiartlei ) .
AJJrcn all orduru
JJKHIIASKA MANUFACTURING 00 , ,
r.iuroi.M N i t
by ' JossB James
thi only life authorized by her , and which will
not bo a "Wood and Thunder" story , such u hu
been nnd will be published , but a true Life by
the only ixnton who Is la posses.loa of the ( acti
afalhfulaud devoted lfe. Truth Is more
Interesting than nctlou. AirenU should apply
for territory at on . Send 76 cti , for 8 m <
pie Book. J. H. Chamber * ifc Co. ,
moodiwe if < uuai . Mo-
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