THE DAILY BEE MONDAY , JULY 3 188-3
C. Sc C3G > .
COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
City Market , t.uncil rijffe la ,
\VHOLESALK TIjOUR H O U B E.
General A nl for the Celebrated Mill-to ! H. I ) . Hush fc Co. . GoWcn Kaglo Flour , LeaTenwoitli ,
Kania , nnd Qtucn Hen Mill ? , Sio x talU , UakoU.
Bffeicncf. Smith & C'tl'tTidcn ' , Vtmnt il ni ( I < , Ia. .
WIOLES.Vt1 : AN'D KETAIL
STATIONERY AND PRINTER'S GOOD
TITLE ABSTRAG T o F F i G E.
JT.VST. . > S : . Oi TCT X 3K. 3E3 As C Of-
juands and Lots Bought and Sold.
MONEY Til LOAN AT LOW KATES.
JSOTAKIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS.
COUNCLLUFFS - - - - IOWA.
15 North Main Street ,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN SHOE FINDINGS ,
Rcady-flttcd uppers , In calf skin and kip. Oak nnd Hemlock KUt.i : LEATIU'.n , and al
codiapportalninc tothethoo tr.ulc. On ilirolJ MclicniiiHlntlioK.w.
i Biff IILLIHERI STOEE
VOTt STYLISH SPRING MILLINERY. TA'LTERN BONNETS AND
CHILDREN'S ' HATS A SPECIALTY.
105 South Main Street. > - - - - Council Bluffs Ia.
That never require crimping , at Mrs. J. J Goo I's lialr Store. M pr rm ncxcr licfcro touched liy
ny other hair dealer. Al o n full line ot fwlU-li > , t'1 , -iti.rc.ith n iliu'td jirlcci. ANo gala ,
slher nod colored ncls Wave" inailo from Hillus' o . n Inlr. ] > . > m.t tail lo all hcfrro purchasing
All KooUi warranted ta rcprcs'infiJ. MHS J. J G001) ,
2 _ Miin tlrcc'i , Cou-icll llluCf" , low a ,
At Bryant's ' Spring ,
Cor , Broadway and Union Sfcs ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
Plain , Mcdlcatcil , V'ipor , Klectric ,
Douch , Shovvcr , Hot and Cold Uaths Com
petent n ale and tcmilc uuri-us and attendants
nhv.-xys on hand , ami the best otin-c am ! uttcn.
tloi : ( 'ivcn uitrous. Npcd.il attention im to
baUilns chilJreu. In\cstlgatlor. aud patrona i.-
solicited DR. A. II STUDLFA' it Co. ,
100 Upper Broadiray.
Dr , StUley ! : Treatment of chronic
made a epeclilty.
/"RTnTilTin / KEMOVCD without the
U hi Hi n l\ < lrowlnK ol Wood or UBO ot
U2J.il Ui-illU knlte. Cures luu-r dleowea ,
A\Tn Fits , Scrofula , Lh or Com.
P'alllt. D psy , Hheuma-
ii nn n r rt
I I ! t'Jl fh R S tl8m > fo\er and Mcrcnr-
I W Ul II U
W laieoroSi Erjslpelas , Salt
Hheum , Scald Hold , Citarrhoilc , inllamcd
and granulated Kycscrofalous D''ers and t'e-
male l > Me 90i of all kind ) . AUo Kidney and
Verier ill disi-nsea. Huuiorrlioldj or 1'clcu cured
All diseases treated upon thoptlnciploof % cjet- ;
nlj'ie retorr.i , without the IHC of mercurial poia-
oneor the knltu.
Electro Vapor or Mdicatcd Baths , Jurnlshcd
KT'r.o duslro them.
Hernia or Rupture radAaally ocred by the use
the Elastic belt Truss aid I'lr.ster , which lua
tui > jior In the \\orld.
CALL OS Oil ADDKESS
, E , Rice ana F , C , Miller ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , In.
and Sale Stables ,
18 North First Street ,
Bouquet's old stand. Council U'liffr ' , Iowa.
WILLAUU SMITH. 1'roj ) .
. . ,
Practitioner of Homoapathy , consulting
Pliysician and Surgeon ,
OiHcc and residence 015 Willow a\cnue , Coun-
j | muds , 'Iowa. _
W. K. SINTON ,
14 Pearl Street , Council Bluffs.
Extracting and filling a opcclilty. Fln > t-claca
vork guarantuod ,
DR. A. P. HAifJCHEIT ,
? KYSBOAN ! AND SURGEON.
Olfico , Ko. 14 I'carl Street. IIoun , 0 a. in. to
2. , aud 2 p. m. , to D ] > , in. Ilutldinco , I'M
Bancroft strict. Telephor.k connection
F. T. SEYBERT M. D.
. . , . . ,
PHYSICIAN it SURGEON.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - IA.
OfCoa No. 5 , EyoroH JJlock , IJroad-
way , over A. Louie's Restaurant.
J , A. BOSS , Proprietor.
Corner Broadway and Fourth Streets.
Good accommodation good fare and coir-
tfoua trcatiaunt. _
E2 , G 3EC 3S. 33
OlEce over savIiiRt bank ,
COUNOlLi BLUFFS , - - lotra.
W. 0. Janice , In con.icctlou with his law and
( Clltction businessbuya and sells real catatc.
Pcrsoi:3 : wishing to buy rr eell city property call
tt hid office , over BushncH's book store , I'carl
tre1.EDWIN J. ABBOTT.
justice of the Peace and
OBroadway , Council Bluffs.
at.U tn5tt ; i'fi drawn und ackoowl fel
WATER WAVES ,
In Stock and Manufactur
ed to Order.
Waves Muclo From Your Own Hair
TOILET ARTICLES ,
All Goods Warranted as
Represented , and Price j
MRS. 0. A , BEfJEBMT
337 W. Broadway ,
m , D ,
C-r.iduatu of Elcctropn'.hlc Insthutlon , Phila
Office Cur" Broadway & Ulonii Ave
couxciiBLurrs , IO\VA.
The treatment o' all diseases and pulntul dif
flcultlea peculiar to frii'alcj a spccUlty. _
J. G. TIPTON ,
Attorney & Ooimsellor ,
Oflicoo\er First National Bank , Council BIuHs
lo a. Will pr.iutl-0 In the btatii and ftdera
FRESH FISH !
Game and Poultry ,
Can alttaya be found a B. DANEHY'3 ,
_ 110 Upper Hroiydvriy
JNO. JAY FEAINEY ,
Justice oftlie Peace ,
3J4 URCADVVAY ,
Oounoil Big fis , - - Iowa
W B. MAYES , . ,
Loans andEealEstate ,
Troprltlor of al > 8tricfs of Pottawattarnl'
count } . Oillie corner of Ilroadn'jy and Jtuli
BiiYcU , /undi ! il'jtT , toun ,
JOHN STEINER , M. D. ,
( Dcutstlicr Arct. )
P.OO I 5 , EVERETT'S HLOOK ,
Council Bluffs. '
uiiKMm cf nomcn and tlnldron a xpoclalty.
P * J , "MONTGOMERYTMr
Fr.Kia DisruKSAi'.y KVKIIV SACUJIDAY.
Olrl3 In E\critt'j Wock , Pearl trcct. Ili-al
deucu ( .s Fourth street. Olilcu hourd from 0 to
2 a. in. , C to 4 aud 7 to K p. in. , Council
Tiarl street , oppo lto tha poatofflce. Ono of
theolrlottrraUitiuni.tii in Council Ulutf i. falls
ikfaction 'iiaraGti 'l ' in all easel
DR. F. P. BELLINGrER ,
EYE AND EAR SURGEOH ,
WITH DIt. CHARLES DKETKEK.
Offlco n ir drii' ftori1 , 1J lirorwlway , Cgundl
Dlulfi , loua. Al disua-ta of th * i\a and tar
tr tJ t under thu iui4t * | < i > rotul mediod , and all
cur H u rantvul _
JOHM LIHBT ,
Will practice In all fiutn and Utltwl
. Sjh4tk German UinfUi v ,
THE FARMERS MEETING
Iowa's Agriculturists Kxpres
Their Opinions on Various
The Crmi\lttoii nml Protpoatn o
Their Protective A incintlou-
The Iowa State Protective Aisocia
tion , the representative ! crganiaxtioi
of the agriculturists of lovra , mot it
Des Moincs last Thursday. Mr. I )
B. Chirk , o this city , was chosoi
clminuaii , ami Hon. li. V. Clue , socro
tnry. All anvo members of the aaso
cintioti wore excluded. The treasurer' :
report presented n very crcditabli
oTviiiK of the financial strength of
the organization , and that tt was able
in purse to defend its members iti nl !
the cises which the wire monopolist
may ace fit to bring.
The committee on amendment tc
the constitution reported in favor of
holding the anmul mci'tinu' on the
third Wedntbdny in January , instead
of the last Thursday in Juno ,
The board of director * , us cho cv. f.u
tJio ensuing yoav , ftro ns follows : M.
L. Ddvln , 1'olk ; J. p. Whitman , Dallas -
las ; Andrew Uastie , Warren ; L. S.
Coffin , Webster ; G. II. Crosby , 1'owo-
shiok ; tlmnca Wilson , Trtina ; J. G.
lira mi , Mnrahall : Jlonry Wallace ,
Madison ; J. W. Murphy , Jasper.
Tlio standing committee on manu
facture ia ns follows : 0. V , CJarkiot' ,
Andrew Ilaatio niul 0 , II. Crosby.
It was decided best to cheese a
apeainl trustee to take charge of the
manufactuiing interests of tlio asso
ciation , and Mr. J. D. Whitman waa
appointed as such trustee , to have the
custody of the royalty fund which ia
reserved. This royalty fund , by the
way , ia three quarters of a cent on
each pound ot wira made , or sold
to bo reserved by the association to
bo used to pay nil judgments , if any
are obtained against the association in
tlin infriiuromant suits , ao as to not
hold thu members of the association
The following resolution MAS offered
by lion. C. F. Glurkson :
lU'uoivod , That the Iowa State
Protective. . Association tender their
thanks to our repro.snntativo in conC -
C -SB , Hon. John A. Kisaon , for his
masterly inactivity in favor of the bill
before congi'Cfls foi nuppresainsi the
frauds on thin country by owners of
patent rights , tutd the oppression oi
the people by eonsolul.ittriic.ipit.il. .
The following rosolutiozi waa unan-
iisoufjly adopted ;
Resolved , That wo arc in' hearty
oympithy with all thut 1ms been done
by the board of cmxcture of the Farm
ers' Protective ussociatiwi to furthei
the purposes of the nesociation , and
wo most earnestly ask termers ol thi
Htnto to Eland by the association and
render it sit the aid m their povvur ,
Wo lind that the board of director !
have woi'kod haid thu List yi-ar with ,
out pay , dud : n , their own uxponiu' ,
and tho-progress warrants ua in tin
belief that the ultiualo HUCCOBS io sun
if the fermura of thuauto stand bj
and sue tain thorn.
After the adjournment of the meet ,
infj the board of directors re-elected
the old ofliccra : President , M. L ,
Dovinvicepresident , L. S. Coflin-
Rccretary , G. H. Cpaaby ; treasurer , J
Thu proceedings of the board waa
held with closed doors , and the im
portant muasares decided 113011 wore
not given for publisition.Vashburn
and Moon came in for their aliaro ol
2o Pursoun About to Irlnrry.
"To persenn about to marry. " Douxlnss
Terrold'a advice was "don't ; we yuppie
incut by Haying , without Inylni ; lit it sup
plytif ypitixt ! JJosseu , whicli euro albiiini
rmria and otlier kidney nnd bladder com
pliiiuts. Price CO cents ; trial bottles 1 (
BALL AND B&.T.
The New Grounds Enclosed , the Stout
Subscribed aid Snort Ahead.
The Council Bluffs base ball stock
company haa been organized as fo !
Iowa : Prenidcnt , C. E. Dix ; vie
president , George 0. Brown ; seeru
tary , ] ' . J. McMuhon ; treasurer , F. S
Pusoyj directors , J. W. Baird , G. C
Brown , W. D. Ilardin , Fred. Kimball
0. C. Cook , Bert Clinton ; manager
W. C. Boyan. The capital stock haa
boon fixed at § 500 , divided into 100
shares of 5 each , nil of which ha
boon taker' The grounds secured
near the old agricultural works have
been enclosed and provisions will bo
made HO that Beats v , ill be furmsliiu
to about aovon hundred. Tlio amphi
theater will Boat about five hundred ,
and with other seats , room for car
riagcs , etc. , then * will be plenty o :
chances to nee the yumod. Next Tues
day , the -1th of July , there will bo
played the flrat game on the grounds ,
it being between the Council laud's
nine and the Glenwoad nine , ono ol
the strongest in this part of the state.
The game will l)3 ! in nt ii0 ; ! o'clock
and will prove an interesting contest
VlslMo Imi > rovoruut.
Mr. Jfouli HatfH , Jilinha , K. V , wilte * :
"Aliaut four yum. ago I hud an attack oj
bilious fever , and never fully recorded.
Mydii ehtive orpns wro weakened ai.d J
would | j completely proHtruted for days
After utitij , ' tivo bottlea of your ] 5urJoclc
lilood .Ultturs the improvement was to viii-
bio that I wan nbtonlsliud , I can now ,
thiiu.'h 01 years of iigcto a fnir and rea
sonable day' * work. " 1'ricu § 1,00.
_ je'JO-d-1 w
FIXING TOR THB FOURTH.
Clio Programme na Prepared for Col'
The following ia the programme of
Uo celebration on the Fourth by the
The formation and march of the
mueiuion will talie place from the
lubliu cijuerE ) at lUa. m ,
Olker's band will taku jxiaition on
sixth street opposite the public siiuaro
it 0:20 : a. m.
To facilitate prompt formation coin-
nnioa arc requested to report on the
'rounda as herein named promptly at
:10 : a. in ,
Grand Army pf the Republic ,
on Sixth street , north of Curd
street , right resting on Court. Join
Limit , captain. *
Council Bluff * Fire Department
Bluff City No. 1 , Frank A. Ounnrlla
ftironinu ; I'hoenix No. 2,1 W. Ciop
er foromrn ; Iteecuo Uncino No ;
Frank La'vin , foreman ; lloscuo Htiti
No. 0 , Thomas Bjwman , Captain
resting on Broadway east of Fourtl
street right of dcparlmont resting oj ;
pocilo of Fourth.
The mnyor , city council nnd sponk
era of the day in carriages on Mnii
street north of Broadway riht iv.Miiii
on 11 road tray.
The A. O. of lllberninna of Omaha ,
nnd the A : 0. Hibernians , of Council
Ilull's ) , on Court street west of Ki.xtli
street , risht renting on Sixth. 1'resi.
dcnta , , D. E. nieftsoii.
St. Patrick lJ ° iiovolent , on Seventh
street , south of Conot street , ri jlit
resting on Court. J. T. Hurley , m.ir
The procession will Inarch south mi
Sixth street to Eight nvonuc , west mi
Eighth nvenwo to Eighth street , ticrth
on Etuhrh to Hrondwny , east on Hrom
way to Second street , on Second slrort
to picnic grounds iti Glendnlo. 1 > . .1.
O'Neill , grand maridml.
Tito Bou 11 ( t Unloosed *
Chi . Tnnrnvnn | , l'rViln ; klrirt , Juif-
falci. sa"i ; ' , , . ,5-0 Mifftrcil fora loni ; time
w''ui CfliiMlp tion , nnd tried aliuoaloviry
l > urK'ritl\o at\orti < cl. 1ml only resulting in
ttiupiiiaty idle' , niul ntter 'comtlpntinn
mill mote ungrAV.Ucd. " Ivn told nlmut
your SiMiiMs lit. ssOM niul tiioil It , lean
iicnv n\y 1 am cuio.l. nml tbouuh KOUIO
inuiitliK line cl.t'cti [ , itill rcinnin AH. 1
plnll , lunvcvcr , t\l\\ayH koip foino on Inunl
in caioof ol 'compla ' < nt rouining. " 1'ricc
60 cents ; Uinl bottle 10 cent ? .
A Now Dopnrturo for Nobrnskix.
l.irjmlu UOOIKO ( : .
At u sociable in Nebraska tin o he
evening a 'youni' lady in a groe.
alpaca dress read an essay in whic'i ' the
following occurs :
"Duiing the scasion of the woman'
nulfrago convention held in Ilaatiti
woman's wronga wore denounced am
her rights advocated with great vigo
and acumen. But withal I was great ) ;
disappointed. Tlio greatest wron'
the women have sull'ered , and ha
made mo most indignant , n wrong ii
comparison with which their not lias-
ing the ballot ia an nothing , w.is no
mentioned at all. T refer to the yro.i
wrong of not allowing women to pro
Women have more heart and lov
moro ationgly than men ; no ono wil
venture to deny Una , and yet if
young ludy ineota a gentlunnin ii
whom she discovers her aUinity , ah
iiitBt remain nilont.
* # # * # #
Ladies need tliia light ; they wi
never study , as they should , the jreu
quosti'iii of marriage , unlecs they d
ao under the "spur and stimulus'1 o
knowing that they must have cqua
rusponsibilily witli man in these vita
mutter ? . I inoist that the orienta
notions of dead centuries concermn
wouiiiii bo laid acide. Lot this grc'.it
cst of all wrongs to women bo prompt
ly and thoroughly remedied and I
atone for the past , lot the womo
lijve , for n while , the exclusive righ
to make love , that men may , by experience
perience , bo led to bolter sympathiz
with 'woman's wrongs/and morocaro
fully guard her , rights , and to wak
full compensation for the past , I woulc
oven favor taking from men the righ
to refuse , oo that every uiarringoabl
man would bo compelled to uccop
whatever marriageable v/oman ofturei
htraelf. Lut this arrangement hole
for si limilod time , say five or to
years , ami after that lot . .both aexos b
on an equality iu thic icapect , so tha
society ohall no longer bo matrimoi
ially one-sided. In no other way ca
wo have justice , univeraally recognizoi
and impartially adnunisterod.11
Agnea haa put it rather strong i
the above lines , and wo naturally ar
rive at the conclusion that nlui ia no
hankering so much lor "impartia
justice" as she ia for the love of a
able-bodied grasshopper sufferer
She would cease to write essays o
the political situation if a rogula
bono Bcruncher hun his overall
acrot.s the foot of her bud every evening
ing , while nhc throw the cat out am
wound the clock. Matrimony am
cold , hard facts very noon root on
the star-spangled bannur style o
In relation to the propocitio
which Agnes seta forth in her gilt
edge dissertation , wo nnvoonly a won
to oifor. It does not concern us much
in fact. Wo have got beyond tha
The divine right for woman to pro
pose A-oukl no doubt b a Godsend tea
a woman with u mouth like u boa
trap and a hand like tioliah'0 , bu
causg she could frighten a small nni
into u union which would make per
dition nocni like a conservatory , iiu
the dovo-oycd girl who minds htr
own buHineas and lets the national
fabric rip if it wants to , ju.Ht nailj
right along into the open ucv of unit
rimony whether she wants to or not.
Man hates to bo coerced. Jlo can bo
hornawogglod into matrimony when
ho hasn't ' got a cont. Ho can bo roped
into marrying a giirl who ic dejpisod
by iiia entire family. Ho can bo HIIC-
cuasfiiUy attached to a yourg lady ,
and riot bo ublo to give any ( satisfac
tory reason for it ; but ho hates to bo
led into u cold room mid proposed to
by a woman without ai'y collar oinind
wlioao false tooth have ncarlyull fallen
jilt. It knocks the manhood out of
iiim to bo nnnrcd by a woman Kith a
physique like a carpiit-strotchcr and a
! auj h nko n croupy j.ickaes.
No , Agnea , you are too far in advance -
vance of the alow , ploddiuj. ; era in
whicli you livo. Wo utill ulim. to the
cuatonm of our old fogy fathers and
mothorw , It's a pretty big job for a
nan Eotnctiniet * to fuco the smiling
mnquoror wlio carries his scalp at her
iolt. It ia not pleasant at firat to
mil her up to the place where you are
going to win or go ilnder , but after-
vard you wouldn't have it any other
way , Agnoi , for the world.
How would you look , .Agnes , lead-
ng your trembling victim out into the
nopliuit bed , and when the convoreii-
* on lulled a little , saying , "Mr.
3'hoary , you must have noticed for
omo time past that I have been fatai-
y mashed on you. No ono of your
coon perceptions could for an instant
tfuoro the fact that I'm goiior. J
tow ask you in all oarnestucaa to bu
iy husband. Even though you may
lot love mo now , you in'iy loam to
ovomaandin the roso-tinted future
on can at least ruwpect mo umldi
! o chores around the houao. Uk ) not ,
o rash , I boteech you , but try ty
learn to love mo , oven though you Ji
i > only fracttoi ally "
What do you think IIP would do
Why , if lie didn't happen to be i
woodpn lotncd ( man , whoso > voodci
Irg you hud already m crewed ant
thrown over into the cucumber patch
he would light out like n fireman rn.ih
ing to the rescue of a brewery or i
fonijxlit bnnrcling school.
No , Acnesyou are either promMun
in tliis matter or else you are a middle
aged hymn with a face like a chim
Pftwjsoo and ,1 c.\cklo like n gontlcmai
( Sutiipft hen. Good tempered girlf
with brains don't have to go over the
country with a double barrel shot gui
in ordttr lo round up a partner. 1. ii
the girl wh. > never combs her hail
and who 1ms a temper like a taraiv
Uil.J , who hat to tcaro n man to doatli
with n carving knife or n wtit ol
cortriornri , before sins cnn win him to
her heart. You should learn from
t'n ' ? , Agnes , to look up and press on
want. Do right , bo tlrtunuB ami
make up your bed every autumn , ami
dust your room every centennial ami
s ime day Providence will throw in
your way a man who has incurred the
divine displeasure in some way ami
that man will , in an unguarded mo.
mont , aak VPU to marry "him , Agnes ,
" -'id. ' jolt will accept him.
Crop Noted ami Storm Itoma.
CortMpomlincoof Tlio Hoc.
Cou.Nixo , Iowa , Juno aOlh-
Since my last , many things hnvo
happened hero that are of tntetcst to
the residents of this part of the state.
On the Olh of.this month as T. Hunter
va on his \n\y from Fovinvillo to
Prcscotl to lie married. In crossing a
swollen stream ho made a miscalcula
tion of the depth of the water , and it
being swift , lie was swept down stream
and was drowned , and waa not found
until the following morning. Ho was
then discovered entangled m a Imbed
wira fenco. Hoia a brother to the
former county trcaiurcr. Last Sun
day morning a terrific storm of rain
and wind pisacd through thin town ,
blowing down ehimnoyo , and unroof
ing houses. But no ono was hint ,
which wo think a lucky circumstance.
The Nodaway river roao higher than
it 1m for several years , and the rosi-
donta of Corning who lived on the low
lamia wore compelled to move out.
In sumo places it was muvly a mile
\\ido , which was conaidorable watet
for so mnall a Btrcnm. On Alomtny
while James ] 5. Gordon waa in a skill
on the water it upset , and ho sunk lr
rise no moro alive. Ilia body wae
found after ho had boon in the watet
over an hour , and ho was buried the
following day. llo waa a young man
of about twenty-live years of ngo and
the support of his widowed mother.
She haa the sympathy of the entire
community. Many bridges are out in
the county , and it is almost impossi
ble for the farmers to como to town.
But as soon as the high water recodet
a little the bridge commicsionor will
bo oujt to work with a largo force of
hands reuniting the damago.
Crops in this part of the stale were
looking well until the hail on .Sunday
which caused considerable damage
but the farinurn are in hopes tha
'hero will still bu good crops. Con
looks well , and will , with favorabh
weather , make a fair yield.
The congressional convention o
this district wan held at Crouton yon
terday , and nominated W. P. Hop
burn bj' acclamation , which waa in
honest indorsement of an able man.
Corning is milking preparation ! * fo
a grand culebration on tlio Fourth o
July , and under the ollicura that havi
boon elected there ia no doubt but w <
will have the biggest time on record
On the night ot Juno 9 , Allan F.iir
childs and Lowib Hawkina made uj
their minds that the narrow coufinci
of the county jail wore too small foi
their combined talontp , and conclude
to bid farewell lo the proprietor IUK
leave for pirts unknown , which tho\
did no emphatically that they have
not boon heard from since. The }
They were both waiting for the dis
trict court , Fairchilda on the charge
of assault with intent to commit niur-
dor rmd Hawkins for burglary.
Harry i'araono waa taken to Dos
Moincu yonterduy by the ahurUl' , upoi
a warrant charging him with obtain ,
ing money under f ilno piotenseH. Hi
i a fast younu man , and at ono lime
made Omaha his headquartoni , but if
ho gota what overybjcly believes ho
ought to Jiuvn now , ho will have hia
mail Bent to Fort Madison for aoinc
timo. "Ni\r. "
Ducklin'ri Arnica S ilvo.
The ] 5nsr SAI.VIS fii the world for Cuts
Unii 6H , Sort'fl , UluorH , Salt Khouin , Va
rue tSorcs , Tetter , ( Jliappud llaiuln , C'hil
iluiiiH , Corriu , an 1 .til ttlcia uiuptloiiH , anil
loiitivoly curo'i illi's. It , is fjiiaran'cud to
; ivo H.'itiafactlon . .r iiKincy ruiimiU'd ,
1'rico , 25 coaU per Imx. J'r unlo by 0 ,
H1 , ( illinium )
cioiix City S faeffio
iij : ja jsii. < cj'.ia ! ; .
PEE ] tllQV'Z. CITY BOUTI' '
Kui < aAi < rlldTran ! Dinii h from
Oouncil li uiin to lit. Piiul
Time , Only 17 Houra
tax BCOi''JEfi WMJ >
vj ftl , f AdL , illt.WBAi'u ' ! 53
li'JLVfll OH > ) TniIAJtOK
nd nift.ilc \ I.I Ncnlio/n lawk. Ml3tiecv.U iil
) AUftt. T6I < 1I c It ) cciuli'iud ' wi'li ' Did Utijirovcd
7i > strKhouijijvom'.io ! Alr-lirAl-o ir.U MUlt
'Ir.Uouj ( Xu , tin1 A.-d lluSfrr' i.i'Jcv
ttvr.r.n. BArnTV AN"OOUKOUT !
& uaoutnM ltd. 1'iilliuati I'I'.MC ' rllcciitui : CM
an throuKh WTIIO'T ! ! ' CHAMI ! bctu-eon Km
dCltyand . IMi , via Council DJuJi u'l
rtcux ( ! lty.
7ralMJla\oUnlfn I'a-'If.c Tijnufer t Oouii
n BluiTu , ut7:35 | - . ut. ci.llID arrival of Kimr\ ,
' ( v , Ht JO'iijjh and Conn.il } tluRi train Itua
ho ( South. Arr.unf , ' t hloiu City lICfi : p. m.
. 'J at tbu Now Vi Ion Llci'Ot tt it. Paul at 1' .b.
ouu..N HOUUS UJ AD7ANU : Of AN"OTHKb
/vr.euietnbir Iu tiit.nkth'i ; Ulnux nt ; Stout ,
on ict a 'i'lirouR'h Trill. . Ibe M , rjifxjit fjl , ,
ho QiilclicotTirno u'J c , Coufurlablu Ulilo Iu I'll '
council ; itiiuveii AND ST. HAUL ,
A.4Tb e that joiur llob'lo ri d vU tuo "ri
Uy r.l.d faslCc KftlliukJ '
S , WATn < KK , J.Il.
OilH rlntuodtnt. ( luu'l l'a-n Ac , > .J
L' . K , ItOIllHUOU , Ain't Uuu'l l'a4. A't ,
' .oj , la.
> 7. K. DAVIB , fiouthruitturn Avmt.
1'tuncl lilutu Iowa
rdi ty v , ) ' trim my.n\ "OLAC"-
'fiAUCJ , ; " ill" 1-CCi iivcr Jiitdiuiu" ; M
To the Consumers of Carriages & Buggies ,
, , ' I
I have a ci-nphta stock of all the Lat is Styles !
of Carriages , Phaetons and Opai and Top Buggies,1
Tno Celebrated Brewoter Sid 2 Bar ,
The Ha nlin Side Bar , - |
The Whitney Side Bar , and < -j
Tlie Mullhalland Spring , ;
The Dexter Queen Buggy and Phaeton Aha blip
Old Rel able J lipvic Spring Buggies and Phaetons.
They are til made ot tin best ma'eriah , aid un
der my own supervision. ,
I should be pleased to liave those desirous of pur
chasing to ca1 ! and examine my stock. I will guar
antee satisfaction and warrant all work.
H. F. HATTEN'HAUER , ;
Corner Broadway and Seventh Streets.
t , . COUNCIL BLUFFS , , 1
. . 201 : .
( Successors to J.'W. ' itodefer )
WflOLKSALK AM ) UlETAl PlJALEI 1 ' ' ! '
LiGKAflilA , LEHIfiH , BLOSSBURB
CONNELLSVILLE COKE , CEMENT , LIME , PLASTER , ETC ,
Ofllco No. 3t Ponrl Street , Ynrdu Oor. Eifchth Street nnd
lillovouth Avouu \ Council Blufla.
COUNCIL BLUFFS STEAM FACTORY
BROOMS , BROOM HANDLES ,
CORN MEAL , GRAHAM FLOUR AND
Tlio Very Beat of Brooms Constantly on Hand. The Highest
Market Price Paid for
Corn , Oats , Rye , Barley
BDROOIM : ooiiisr i
Parties WiehinR to Soil Broom Corn "Will Please
Onu ot the liuut accond-claBS HoUIa In Did
Wist In the
A. K 11HMWN , I'rojirlUor.
Ifoo. Ml and f/CO Iroiil ) r > y , 'oiincll Il\iTn ! ( , lowi.
Ttblo Biiiillul | | ulth the l > ci > t tliu market af-
forcld , C od rooms uiid flratclauiiudi. \ . Terms
\ery ro i onallo. _
UNOfT ! AVENUE HOTEL
817 Lower Broadway ,
Mrs. ( J. Gerspacher & Son.
riKHT OIjASS IIOTIIN AT KKAHONAIILK
I'ltll'IM. IKAKHIIIN'I'H ACCOM 110IATHI > .
tl , Anderion , - - Proprietor ,
7U2 I/o tr Hroadway.
Tublo mpjilloil with Ilio bent the nmtl.it nf-
fordii. Turing W.Wauil f 1.00 iicr week. Transient
; i.DO per day.
If You Wish u Luuoli Go to
LOUIE DUQUETTE ,
Soups , Munto , nnd J'atablen ahvaya on
lianil. Kivo Cents per call.
STARR & BUNCH ,
HOUSE , SIGN ,
ORNAMENTAL PAINTERS ,
J'AI'KIl IfANOING ,
EALSOMINING AND GRAINING ,
Sliop Oornor H roadway rmd Scott Bt
HUGHES & TOWSLEE ,
Oonfectioneiy , FruitsNuts
Cigars aodTolDacco. Fresh
Oyoters and Ice Cream in
12 MAIN ST. ,
723 W. Broadway.
LARSON & ANDERSON ,
ThUlniiulryliviJiiitlicoii opjneil tot lm | .
now , ami wo nru tow | > r ipueil to do Uiindry
vork nl all KliicNand KUiruitco mlisfa-C'llon A
t | > oslnlLy ma lo of Him uorrf , mull an vollira ,
uilln , lltioflilrts , cte. Wo want evoryholy to
LAUSON , fc ANDERSON.
± ' Z 33
Murray & Lanman's
- - - - .
i i [ n-titt-i-mmntmimmmsBn mumtM-L ;
Best P > r TOILET , BATH
JOHN STitLlin , 1BOMH UVllUlf.
I'ruldent. Vlco 1'Kn't.
W. S. DmbiiBB , flec.andTroaa.
Lincoln , Neb
MANUFAOT UJIEUS OP
Corn Plantcri , narruwi , farm Hollein ,
Bulk Hay Rakci , Ducket Elovrtln Wind
Wo are preimreit to do Job work end ujtoaf
turtni ; for other jurtl
Allans Ml orders
HKUUAUKA il CO. ,
- I.lhOOlH K '
lilaiiK ini'inuirenip rote for tlio antMnonri Jy
Kiirui' . contalnln ) ; btatemtnt ot prlnulplo met-
iciJaof pructduto and Inttrnctlona how to OfKan-
/e. will tsBout on apiiltcatlouJ.to O.JU , ( Jale.
MelioKtb. . iucluso : stamp. wU-11
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