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THE DAILY BEE FJUDAY , AUGUST 18 1882
d. a. oo xs : wsc ao.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
„ City Market , Ccuncll Blcfla. Iowa ,
WHOLESALE FLOUR HOUSE ,
Oencral Accnta for the Celebrated Mills o ) H , D. hush A Co. , Golden Ragle Flour Lcavenwwth
Kansas , and Queen Bee Mlll , Sioux Kail * , IHkota.
Btfercnce , Smith A Crl'tdidfn ' , fonncll lllnn > , In.
HI. IBL
WHOLESALE AND UKTAIL
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
TIILE ABSTRACT 0 F FICE.
J. "WST. .a Cfc TCT X 3E5. 33 < Ba O O > .
Lands and Lots Bought and Sold.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW KATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS.
COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA.
IE3L.
15 North Main Street.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN SHOE FINDINGS.
ncadj.tlttcd upper * , In call skin and kip. Oak and Hemlock SOLK LEATHER , ami al
cods appertaining to the shoo trade. Oo dirold a < ! cheap ai In the Kait ,
ion NEW MILLINERY STORE
FOR STYLISH SPUING MILLINERY PATTERN BONNETS AND
CHILDREN'S HATS A SPECIALTY.
105 South Main Street. Council Bluffs la
That never require crlmplnp. nt lire. J. J. Coed's llalr Store at prices no\cr bolero touched by
any other hair dealer. Also a mil line of switches , etc. , at greatly reduced prlcea. Also gold ,
. tlh cr and colored noli Wa > c made Irom IvHcs' o u hair. Do not fall toall before purchwlng
4 ; . elsewhere. All goods warranted aa represented , iH3. J , J GOOD ,
Hk 29 Main Btrcoi , Council UluBi , Iowa.
Bethesda
BATEIIft HOUSE !
At Bryant's Spring ,
Dor , Broadway and Union Sts.
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Plain , Medicated , V per , Electric , Plunge ,
Douch , Shower , Hot and Cold Baths Com.
potent . ale and ftnulo mirnca and attendants
alwa > a on hand , and ihe best olrato and atten
tion fill on pitruns. Special att nttonjtlvcn to
battling' children. In\catlK&tbnaud patronage
eollcltcdDR. . A. H SIUDLEY & Co. ,
100 Upper Broadway.
Dr. Stud'oy : Ttcatmcuc of chronic diseases
made a epecUlty.
RCUOVED without the
CANOES drawing ol blood or use of
knllc. Cures lunjr diseases ,
l.'T Fits , Scrofula , Llor Com-
- . - . l-'alnt. Dropsy , llheuma-
T II M H S S tlsm' * 'ovor nml Mcrcur-
t U III U (1 O laieotcs , ErjsipclM. Salt
Rheum , Scald Hoid , Gitairh , weak , Inflamed
and granulated Eyes , crofulous Ulcers and IV-
male Distaso of all kinds. Alto Kidney and
Vonerial dlaiasca. Hemorrhoids or Plica cured
money refunded.
All diseases treated upon the principle of voROt-
able reform , ultbout the use of mercurial pois
ons or the knife.
Electro Vapor or Medicated Baths , furnished
who desire them.
Hernia or Uuptura radically cured by the use
the Elastic belt Truss and Plaster , which boa
superior In the world ,
CONSULTATION FREE-
OALL ON OH ADDUES3
Drs , E , Eioe and F , 0 , Miller ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , la.
LIVERY ,
Feed and Sale Stables ,
18 North Piat Streat ,
Bouquet's old stand , Council B udx , Iowa.
WIMAUD hJUTH.l'rop.
W.D.STILLMAN
. . ,
Practitioner of Ilsmiopathy , cor.bultlng
Physician and Surgeon ,
OUiceaudri-sldcncuOK Willow avenue , Coun-
cl Uluffs , Iowa.
SIN TON & WEST.
DENTISTS.
14 Pearl Street , Couuoil Bluffs.
Extracting and Oiling a tpecUlty. Flrst-claes
DR. A. P. HArCHETT ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
ntllco , No. 14 Pearl Street Houn. D a. ra. to
2 , and 2 p. in. , to 0 p ra , Jtolionce ! , 120
, Bancroft ntn.ct. Telephonic connection with
\ Central ntllco.
\F. \ T. SEYBERT ; M. D. ,
PHYSICIAN t SURUEON.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA.
Ollice No. 5 , Everett Ulock , J5road-
waj , over A. Louis'o lleataurant.
Merchants Restaurant
J A. KOSS , Proprietor.
Corner Broadway -nd Fourth Streols.
Good accommodations , good faro and cour-
4oot9 treatment.
o. J
3E1 O
Office over saving * bank ,
OOUXCIti BLUFFS , Iowa.
W. 0. James , In connection with hia law and
aollecfton business bujs and 9all real estate.
PerwwwUhtngto buy rr sell city propert , call
t hia offlto , over Uiwhncll'a book etoro , Pearl
street.
EDWIH J. ABBOTT.
Justice ot the Peace and
Notary Public.
4l6Broadway , Council Bluffs
Dttit Jjandmortjageijlrawn ( and acknowl iged
WATER WAVES ,
In Stock and Manufactur
ed to Order.
Wave ? Made From Your Own Hair.
TOILET RTICLES ,
All Goocis Varranted as
Represented , and Price
Guaranteed.
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
337 W. Broadway ,
Council Bluffs ; - - - Iowa
MBS , E , J , HARDING , I , D , .
Medical Electrician
AND
GYGNECOLOGIST.
Graduate of Elcctropathlc Institution , Phila
delphia , 1'oniu.
Office Our , Broadway & Qlenn Ave ;
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
The treatment of nil diseases and p.'lnlul dlf-
flcultlcs peculiar to f.'malca a apccUlty.
J. G. TIPTON ,
Attorney & Counsellor ,
OfflcooNor Flrat National tlankCoun < Il Bluffs.
Iowa.V1I1 practh.il in the etatn and ledoial
Game and Poultry ,
Can alwuya be found a D. DAHEHY1 * ' ,
130 Upper llrondmiy
JNO.JAYFEAmEY ,
Justice of 'the Peace ,
014 DROADWAY ,
Council Bluffs , - - Iowa.
W B. MAYES ,
Loans andEealEstate ,
Tjoprlctor of nlistracls of Pottav attauilo
county. Otflco corner of Broailway and llaln
mrci-U , Cjuimll UliilfH , loan.
JOHN STtlNER , M. D. ,
( Ucutachcr Arzt. )
COR. BROADWAY AND 7TH ST.
Council Bluflii.
omen and chiMrcn a apoelalty.
P , J ,
FttEE DlSI'ENSAUY KVEItY SATUUIUY.
Offlcoln Everett's block , Pearl troct. Reel ]
donee BiS ! Fourth street. 0111 co hours from 9 to
2 a. m. , 2 to 4 and 7 08 p.m. Council Muffa
F. G. 61ARK ,
PRACTICAL DENTIST. I
Fcarl opposite the poetofSco. One of
the oldctt practitioners In Council Illuffj. Bills
Ufactlon guaranteed In all cases
DE. F. P. BELLINGER ,
EYE AND EAR SURGEON ,
WITH DU. CIIARLE8 DEETKEN.
Office our driu store , 411 Broadway , Council
Dluffa , Iowa , Al ilist'iaea ol thu iivo and oar
treated under the most approved uicfhoU and all
cures guaranteed.
JOHN LINDT ,
ATTORNEV-'AT-IAW.
Will raetlce In all BUt and Ucltec Stale
Oourli , Bpeaki 0 imaoLaDgu o ,
THE ! LIMti-KILiN CLUB.
A MightjOlteo Shavo.
After Samuel Shin had struck the
triangle the usiml six strokes , nnd
Pickles Smith hnd got his doe mndo
fast to the club ( info , the president
arose and asked :
"Am .ludgo SUveawny Bulger in
the hall dis earniu'i"
"Ho are , " was the answer from n
spot nonr do water-pail.
"Den 1 would like to Imvo you step
for'd to do desk. "
The judge advanced with apprehen
sion in his eyes , and his knees knock *
ing together , nmlhpuho hnd reached
the desired position Brother G.irdnor
continued ;
"Brudder Bulger , Ii. \ rolhbly in
formed dai a uuigoon picked twenty
two bird chot outer your back do odder
dor day. "
. ,
* * ,11
\-ycH , sah.
"An11 iz furder informed dnt do
said shot struck you while you war'
f allopiu' down an alley on the Uiaa
farm. "
"J jint no , anil. ! '
"An' do las' information am to do
olfeot dat you didn't ' git do chickens
you war" " nrtor. "
"ChiokonBl"
"Yos , clnckouf' ' Whim I say c'lick-
ons I dom' : moan calves. A snrtin
white nun was ivatchin' a sartin hen
roost. A pusson to him unknown
climbed do f cnco to nccumulivto poultry -
try , but took fright nn1 ntartod oa a
ru" . Do gun went oil'nrtor him , nn1
aonio of it cotchod him. Bruddor Bu -
ger , ha * you nnytlntig to say bofo1 do
Committee on Harmony loads you to
thu head of the stars nu * lets you
drnp'r"
"I reckon I has , aih. 1 doan1 deny
dnt I was shot in do bank , an' I admit
dat it war' in tin alloy , but it was done
by a boy who w.w out huiitiu' rabbits
Yes , Bah , an1 he's dun bugged my par
don an * nxed my forgiveness , an * ho'a
gwino to pay nil do expanses. "
"Bruddnr Bulger , what nm donnmo
of datbojV'
"I I has dun forgot , Bah. "
"Am night do time to hunt rab
bits ? "
"DU'a do worry boat time to hunt
aomo kindu , Bah. "
"An1 you w.isn't arfor chickens ? "
"Chickens ! Why , do worry name
of chicken makes mo sick. I was
lookin1 artcr my knife in do alloy , an'
I didn't find it. "
The president scratched his oar for
a minute , and then said ;
"I'd like a woto of do club on dis
quoshun. Secrotay , call do roll. "
The rolled was called , and the vote
stood : Guilty , D < ; not guility , 55
Elder Toots , bonitr asleep , did not
voo , and Samuel Shin asked to bo ex
cused on the ground that ho loved the
judgo'ti half sister.
"Bruddor Bulger , do club says not
guilty , " observed the president , "but
il am such a powerful close shave * dut
1 deem it my dooty to warn you dat
do n ox' time anybody goes out rabbit
huntin * nn takes you fur a rabbit ,
your place in dm club will bo declar'd
vacant in a tone of voice dat will ma < cede
do cold chills cantor cl'ar up to do back
of yor neck. We will now confiscate
to'rda do rog'lar order of bizness. "
Do Not Bo Deceived
In these times ol quak nieclrcino advor-
liseiuonts everywhere , it is truly gratify-
: nn to find one remedy that i * worthy of
ir.iise , and \vhinh really dues as recum-
nended Eliotrio Hi tors we can viiucb
[ or as being a true and reliable remeiiy ,
> nd one that will do as r > commended.
They invariably cure Stomach nnd LUer
ZoiupluintR ! , Disease } of the Kidnevs and
arinory di/iiculticn. / We know wheioof
we speak , and can readily say. give them
n trial. Sold at fifty cents a bottle liy
D. F ( inmlinun
Tlo Sent Wiis Engaged.
\ulir8 Matraduo.
"Aro you traveling alone ? " aakod a
tall , agricultural looking gentleman ,
approaching a lady who occupied two
seats m a crowded car.
"No , sir , " she replied.
"May I ask who's with you ? " naked
the man , looking around vainly for
some other place to atoro himself.
"My husband , " snapped the lady ,
with Hashing eyes. "Jly husband is
travelling wiili mo. "
"Oh ! ah ! uxcuso mo , " and the tall
man straightened UD und prepared to
tnko a ntunding ride.
"Is this seat ongagcd ? " asked a
dashing , well-dressed young follow of
the lady iivo minutes later.
"No , mr , " she loplied , and down ho
plunged ,
"I aay nm'am ! " protested Ilia tall
man , "IH that your husband ? "
"No , it isn't , and you needn't ask
any moro questions , " retorted the
woman. *
"But you said you were traveling
with him , " persisted thu tall man.
"So I r.m , " snorted the huly.
"Whoro ia hoi" moisted the tall
man. V
"IJo'fl in the banungo car in n cof
fin , " replied the lady.
" 1 bug your pardon , ma'am , " natd
the tall man , humbly. "I honestly
bog pardon. I won't ask if ho's doid , .
but you'll LXCUEU mo for thinking that
if you nnd Ho Imvo buon married long
lio'fl deuced iimart to travel around ,
Huruvved up in n box , if you are on
IKI BIUIIU trip and it's likely to last
long. "
coward can no n hero nt a
distance ; preeonco nf danger testa
presence of mind. " Prosencu of dis-
t'aso teat the value of u curative.
Kidney-Wort chnllongca this test al
ways and everywhere , so fry aa all
complaints of the bowels , nver and
kidnuys uro concerned. It cures all ,
nor lisle B any odds.
Dairying In too Far Woat.
Dhcato ! ; Timea ,
A few years ace , when the dairy ox-
portu of Now York and Massachusetts
mme west to instruct the people of a
Illinois and Wisconsin in the art of
landling milk , the care of milch cows ,
and the manufacture of butter and
cheese , they wore not very flattering '
3r hopeful in the remarks they made
in conventions or in private conversa
tion. In their opinion the promised
land of dairymen hud beuu diocovcred
and occupied by their fat litre , und '
fiothing tqual to it was to be found
in the country. They acknowledged
that gnss could bo grown in
this flection of thu country , at
but in their opinion it would
bo very inferior to that pro
duced in thu states further east , where ;
the soil had been under cultivation fet
eoveral decades and had improved un
der very judicious management. The
grasses they found hero were rank and
coarse nnd destitute of the sirootnws
und fine flavor jiecessary to makomilk
that would produce first class butter
and cheese. They had much fault to
find with with the water supply. It
was not tulllciontly abundant , and the
quality was not up to their standard.
'L'ho air , too , was impure and
often laden with nialnria
The thought thnt butter
nnd cheese could bo produced herewith
with some degree of protit , but that
the articles produced would rank as
greatly inferior to those nude in old-
Buttled regions , where nnturo and art
had united in perfecting n country for
dairying They would not bo suita
ble to supply the nristocratic consum
ers in lar o cities but they might an
swer for c minion poopio who had not
the moans to purchnao Or.migo county
butter and ohceso mndo in the valley
of the Moha-vk. They would , of
course , sell for n very low pnco on
account of their inferior qultly. .
A very short time has btnm siilll-
ciunt to change public sentiment in
regard to the dairy cnp bilitio of the
western states and territories. They
are surp.uMMH the eastern ehtos in
the amount of grass produced if not
indeed n the quality of it. It has
been demonstrated that it M not
necessary to keep land in cultivation
ninny yours or even to break the sod
in order to introduce thu must valu
able pasturo-grnssca. Tliu virgin mul
of many pastures that produce luxu
riant crops of orchard and bluu grnat
and white clover was never touched
by the plow. Thu land whose fer
tility was never exhausted by pro
ducing several successive crops of
corn nnd grain , as has been the case
with that in the yields bountiful crops
of grass nnd clovor. As roads have
been built and land drained , the
coarse natural grasses hnvo diii.ppear-
od , and those most suited for pastur
age have taken their places. In many
sections springs and strr.uiis have
boon improved nnd n vast number of
noils have been dug nnd supplied with
wind pumpi. All the knowledge that
lias boon acquired in the east m rota
tion to dairying has been brought
hero , and many improved methods have
been originated by western dairymen.
Western dairy products no longer sig
nify inferior dairy products. The
butter nnd cheese made i Wisconsin ,
Illinois nnd Iowa bring as high jirices
in homo or foreign markets aa those
made in any of the eastern states
Tney nro produced much cheaper on
account of the comparatively low price
of land. They are nlso marketed to
bettor advantage. Western dmrymon
havetho choicj of both onatoriinndnoay
orn markets. During yoarssuvoril past
there has boon ouch competition for
carrying ditiry produetu from the wctt
to the east that butter and cheese have
boon taken from Iowa to Bimton
cheaper than they have from Ver
mont.
The west now surpasses the cast in
the excellence ) of its butter und chouse
factories. The largest o unbilled fuc
tory in the world , it is said , is luca ud
nt Fremont , Neb. The building la 00
by 100 feet on the ground , two and a
lulf stories high , built entirely of
brick nnd stone , has ventilated walls ,
nnd coat with the fixtures 25,000
Milk and cream are brought to it at a
distance of nearly fifty miles by cars.
It has a capacity for working up forty
thousand pounds of milk per day.
The manufacture of butter and cheese ,
as well as the production of meat and
jraiu , is faat moving wi ar.
No Such IVord a Fnil.
"I have u eri your SruiNC KIOHHOM for
dyspep-ii , heudiicno , undconHiipnti n , and
fiud it 111x8 done mo u grout < loul of guud.
I ahull recommend it to mv friendn.
"llKNIH IJtlTOI.KTrr ! ,
May 21th. 1C Alain .it. , Buffalo. "
conta , trial putties 10 centH.
lld-lw
A MINING
Thrilling Biporlonco of Two Penn-
Bj'lvunlu Coal Minors.
scranton ( I'.t. ) Hopiiblican.
The most thrilling occurrence that
lias happened in this vicinity for n
long time took place at the Oxford
shaft , Ilydo park , Tuorday murniug ,
two men having hud a most marvelous
cecipu from death. Mr. 'i'honus
Kiutiards , a member of the Continen
tal club , that 11 juriahed in this city
some time ago , in what is
called the donkey runner nt that mine.
Every two or three dny it is hia cus
torn to enter the ahait to BOO what wa-
tor there ia in thu mine , as well UH to
keep the engine in good working or
der. At 8 o'clock on the above morn
ing ho intended to m.iko the trip , und
asked Mr James Lowia , another work
man , to accompany him. The Oxford
mint ) , it should bi ) remomberud , is
now idle , and nn mon are inside -
side the worka. Mr. Lewis con
sented , mid they took their poHtionn
on the car and were lowered to the
Huok vein , tit which working another
curugo iu ukim to duscund to the
Clark vein , where the unginu to ba
visited was. The clungo wua Hifoly
iiiudo , the ii < nul givtu , and they were
lowered , When \\itlnn . ' 15 ( net of the
liottum of the ttlmft wutur , appeuroil
upon thu oariiugu , nutu-ing which ,
Lewis naid that their feet would get
woe , but not thinking th'iru wan any
danger , llicluirdti , however , WUH bet
ter acquaintLd with thu mine , and
know tiiattlni uhaftwas Hooded , "hiuh
wau only too true , the water having
ovoilluv/od a dum at the llock vom
abnvo and filled the miuo to thu depth
of thirty five foot. When Richards
law thu water , with a spring from the
aide of the shaft and clung 10 n wattir-
pipe that passed down thu shaft. lit )
jallod to Liwia to do thosamo , but
the latter realizing the danger now ,
wan too excited end failed to follow.
The engineer at thu top of the shuft
was not aware of thu matter , and kept
letting the car down. When it began
to enter the water it was a little tigjit ,
it always is in pasmng that point ,
and the man at the engine gave addi
tional steam , which plunged the car
containing Lewis into thu water , Jits
'oot became fastened in como way and
juforo ho loosened liimsulf , which ho
iiially did by pulling hia foot from thu
wet , ho hud gene under the water
soinu twenty eight fcnt. As HOOII aa
'reed bin body lloated to thu surface ,
whore ho grasped the ropu which at-
achea to thu roof of the carriage and
luundored about. The engineer stood
hia post entirely unaware of the ex
citing time below. Nothing appeared
wrong , and ho waited for a signal , In
hu meantime Jttchurds , who had
jumped from the car , was undergoing a
auvero struyglo. AH he clung to the
pipe the top of the carriage in going
jy rubbed him ao closely that It
stripped his overalls and punts from
his logs , nnd in aomo unaccountable
way ho lost his boots. One hundiod
nnd lifty foot separated him from the
rock vein , the only plnco now left to
signal the engineer , and to euro Lewis
this ascent must bo mndo AS quickly
ns possible. Hand over hnnd ho
clambered up the pipe , resting now
nnd then on the largo beams that secured -
cured the sides ot the shaft. Kvery
few minntci ho would call upon Lewis
to hang to the rope , that ho would
soon bo to the top nnd all would bn
right. Lewis WAS swallowing the foul
nir nil the time , . Ilia strength was
fast waning , und unless assistance
crmio before long he would perish ,
Bravely llichnrds plod ded on , through
t ho strain upon htm wntiutonsp. At Inst
ho gained thu Hock vein , but the time
consumed wno thruo-quarters of nn
hour , nnd nil that time Lewis wns
clinging for lifo to the ropo. Uichnnln
quickly gave the signal nnd the on
ginoer hoisted the cirriaqo from the
wntor. As the carriage gained the
to ] ) of the water Lewis slid down the
rope to which hn hnd hold nnd sat
upon thu rot > f of the car. In this po-
nition ho wan raised to the Hock vuin.
Several uorkmon hnd como there after
tha signal , and they helped Lnwis
from his plnce , but it wns done with
the greatest dUlloulty , ns his hands
suemcd i > lued fnst to the ropo. They
tluin changed carriages , as in going
down , and wore Imistoii to the top ,
Bucklm'n Arnicn etolvo.
The HKHT SALVK In the * orltl ( or Cut *
Urulnt'R , Sorc < , Ulcow , bait Ithoum , Vo
ver Soron , Tot tor. Chapped Hands , Chil
bl.itiiR , Corni , nuil nil nklu critptlunis nn
pnattlvoly curve illoa. It \ * guarnutood U
iivo satlsfactfou or money rotiindod
I'rloi. ' , iii cpntn per lior. K r oalo by 0.
V. ( lOodmnn
A NOVEt. KIDB.
A Dangerous Trip on n Hnft Down n
Forty Mlle Flume
Clilco r ocanl , AUKUU 3 ,
Ed. Falconer , formerly railroad
atation agent nt Durham , now work
ing in the mills at Smoky'Flat , cnmu
to Ohico yesterday in the Hume. He
started from the mountains about 7
o'clock in the morning , when the at
mosphere w B cold und crisp , with
nearly everything covered witn froat ,
making one wish for an ovoicoat. lie
mounted a raft and ahoved oil' , and
did not stop until ho had reached a
warm and sunny station along thu
watery ride. Traveling in the Hume
is dangerous but exciting sport. One
is nomutimeB gliding smoothly along
oil a luvel water , and then in .suddenly
dashed forward on a down-gride nt
an almost lightning npocd , with thu
boat or raft riding at a Dooming anglo
of ' 15 degrecu. Along the Hume ,
through the canyuno and over
gorges can bo peon some of the
mufit picturesque scenery of thu Sierras
ras which would make the heart of n
true artist leap with joy. Very few
accidents have over ocourrud on the
Sierras Lumber compmiy'a Hume , but
if there should bu a break at some of
thu high places , a person riding along
would auddcnl } bo dashed into "king
domcomn. " Hiding down the ilumo
haa a striking similarity to nluling
down n hill on a alod it ii fun to
shoot downward with a tremendous
velocity , but difllcult to ascend. The
boat that wua once made by one of our
citizens , whereby a person could ride
up the flume , 1ms doubtless proved a
failure-as wo never hoar any more of
it. It waa _ the , hope of the inventor
to have hia craft aeodtid the ilumo by
the aid of the water pasaing ogainat
paddloa like these of a river boat.
Largo quantities of lumber are now
bomg floated from thomountaina daily ,
and a puraon ridin ; ; in the flume en-
count 01 a great danger of being run
into by f ! lating timbers , Men are em
1I ployed I to watch and work along thu
flume 1 the same an workmen on a rail
1E 1I road. I Their duty ia to keep the paca-
ago way clear and break up lumber col
lisions. 1I 1 They have suctions to work ,
and 1t I can alwnyt * be seen moving along
the t sidewalk on. the flume. Very few
perooim I are allowed to ride in the
flume I , and it ia only by hard olFurts
thuttho milt handu can get not-mission
to make the trip to Ohico. Boxes of
trout t aru eent down from thu tourists
to 1I 1 their friends in the valh < y , and n
1t few I yean ai > o this wonderful forty-
mile length of flume waa niicd as a uort
of ineBsngo-carrier in bringing down
orders for nupplies and calls for phy
Bicians , the mccBagoa being written on
a ' board or iiniled up in n Binall box.
Hut now , nincu wo aru connected with
the t mountains by telephone , the cus
tom t of lUfBsaun-Hiinding by water has
"gone up the fliinio. "
Free of Charge.
All pcMcniHimircrliH/ CoiiL'iHPifjn ) ,
Aftiina , Bronchiix ! , I.om of V ice , orunv
alFcctinn ot the Tlirfi.it und Liinurf. are re-
iiii'tt | d to call at 0 , K , ODD inmii'N druf
Hinri'and fjtt . 'I'rial Hottla of Dr. ICIn 'n
Nuw iJiflcovery for CiiiMiiJiptlon , free of
itrjv , which will convince thum of It , *
iiuti'ifiil nioritx anil xhow what a regular
Imillii will do. Cell uirlv.
"Prosorvo ivnd Iloiminto , Not Do-
Htroy , " I a Hounil niottn In mujlcatlonu on Hull
an t.limrrinih ) > I'rusTio the \itar ot tlio dl-
KvM o nrjjanH and re latu tlio notrutloiu Mlt
larra t'a riiltzcr A'orlmt | , ami > cn villinro
IJKI | | p < U an I lUcj t MI , hint \iy \ a i < r'tL ' < ln
liariuu y with tlio lavnaf Vatnri ) . Violent ino'-
kin "Into hail their ilay , 'Ilioy > 1 tltalize tlio
njHltin. Unto a < null n tliu ttnmach
tno i' , Holy on tliu cxlillcratlntc | .clt ( , ' .
aUK KOI.I ) IIV Al I ,
LAKE FOREST U IVERSITY
OOLLEGifi Thrto ( ouraog ; open to both
AUADH ! CIatnlc > l and Kngllif Qlvo.
thu iio-tol train , UK lor ( .oUgnnrliuii n
iRKY Hrtl Li-rieniinary for VOUIIL'
. IIn tirpaa u < l In lie inly and heal lilul.
nl ultuitlu > , and In ixluut of ailrantau )
oflorid and thoron hnOM ol training t.Inii. ; Ou
l ( liiL'an.
Ve'ir licylna HoptemUor 13 , 1882 Apply to
PREST OHKGUUY. tiiitco Fortint , 111.
THE llEHOALt.
PLAI'ffl ' B MOHDfE I
OOIflP/HION ,
It pl ltu roja l-.3ol a n Inch to
width In the co.ir 08t lelta or IlaoJt ill to
It dam all kind * and utylcs ol ] laltlux In Die.
No tolj that Joca liur own Uruu maklnu can
aUord to do without one at uloo plaiting Ii
n vcrout ol ( Mtilon , II iwcn It tollti Ittioll , roi
tlathlnua , Oliculan or Agent' < terms aK'ieii
OONGAH & CO. ,
Adam , at , , C'blc co
To | tlie Consumers of Carriages & Mggies
I have a coraphta stock of all the Latist Styles
of I Carriiges , Phaetons and Opei and Top Buggies ,
Consisting ( of
Tne Celebrated Bra water Sid a Bar ,
The Hamlin Side Bar ,
The Whitney Side Bar , and
The Mullhalland Spring.
The Dexter Queen Buggy and Phaeton Ahlthe > |
Old I flel able ifUlip ic tJpring Buggies and Phaetons.
They are fell male o the best ma erials , aad un
der < my own supervision ,
I should be pleased to have those desirous of pur
chasing ' to cal and e amine iny stocK. I will guar
antee satisfaction and warrant all work.
H. F. HATTENHAUER ,
Corner { Broadway and Seventh Streets.
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IA. _
3E3E.
( Successors to J , W. Rodefer )
WHOLESALE AND HKTAIL HEALERS IN
MOKAWMS1 LEHIGH , BLOSSBUEG
AND ALL
CONNELLSVILLE COKE , CEMENT , LIME , PLASTER , ETC.
Office No. 34 Pearl Street , Yards Oor. Eighth Street and
Eleventh Avenue , Council Bluff *
P. T. MAYNE. 0. E. MAYNE
GOUNGiL BLUFFS STEAM FACTORY
MANUFACTURE
BROOMS , BROOM HANDLES ,
CORN MEAL , GRAHAM FLOUR AND
The Very Best of Brooms Constantly on Hand. The Highest
Market Prioe Paid for
Corn , Oats , Rye , . Barley
IBIR'OOIM : ooiRitsr
Parties Wishing to Soil Broom Corn Will Please
Bend Sample.
GO.1
JAMES FRANEY ,
72 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA-
Always liicp ) on hand thu llnoalasoortinont of mat rial for ccntleinoi/ii vr < ar. faatUfactlon ( funranlccil
TANOV OOonS , such an
; ,
ot all deBtrlptlonB. Alsa llandlcrchlo'e , both In silk and Ihiuu , lioso of all Kinds , thread , plnat ,
neeilloH , , tc. We hope . the laolui will call and uoo our stock of Koods at 18(1 Uroadway before'
lolisr tlnowhotu. ,
723 W. Broadway.
LARSON & ANDERSON ,
fc Proprietors.
ry hu Just luon opuno'l ( or liuil-
no. " , uinl w aru n iw [ > rimcd | to ib In inJry
vork ol ult kliiilnuinl ijiitra itcu natUlactlon A
tp.'olilty inalu ol line work , mull an qolUm ,
ulfs , Ilnoihlrtu , cto VVu want uvorjlmjy to
KHO nn a trial
LAllSON & ANDI5HSON.
I. U KUMUNUBON , H. L. HIU'UAHT. A. W bill HUT ,
I'ro-ldciit. Vluu-l'rt 't. Canlilkr.
CITIZENS BANKer
or uouuoii Diiiir * .
OrganUiul undur thu lawd ol tlio titato of Iowa ,
I'alJ up capital . 9 76,0 0
Ailthorizulcapl.nl . . 200000
Interim | iald on thnt depoilt * . Uratla ImmoJ
on thu prlnuiptt ultloa of thu LfiilkJ ritatts and
Kuroix ) hpuJal attrntlo > i clvou to colloUlons
anil ( , orru p JiiduiHu with prompt roturua.
J. I ) . Klmuiiilion , I ! U chuirart , J. T Hart ,
\V. W W.IIico. J. W Itodlur , I , A Ml lir ,
A. W. Htrctt , Jy7iltf
EUDD'S LAUNDRY.
On Avenue B , No. 1902.
( NKAU UROAUWAY. )
ClotlieD gathirod up and delivered promptly.
Best of Satisfaotion Guarantood.
Lodt Clotli : made goad ,
N 0 BETTER LADNDRY WEST
OF OHtOAGO.
or. ar
STARR & BUNCH ,
HOUSE , SIGN ,
AND
MDTAL PAINTERS.
I'APKIl HANGING ,
KALSOMININB AND BEAININtt , ,
Shop Corner Broad tray aud Soott St
HUGHESj& TOWSLEE ,
DEALERS IN
Confectioner , FruitsNuts
Cigars aud fubicco. i'resh
oysters and Ice Cream in
Season.
12 MAIN ST. ,
Council Bluffc.
Ono ol tlio beat a.cond-claaa Ilotcla In the
Woat Iu the
BROADWAY HOTEL ,
A. 13 IHWWN , I'loiirktor.
Nc4 631 and 63(1 ( Uroad ay , ouucll UluOaIowa.
eupplled with thu licit the market at >
fordj. O od rooms aud flrut-clan heJd. Terma
very reauonftblo.
UNION AVENUE HOTEL.
817 Lower Broadway ,
Mrs. C. Gerspacher & Son.
FIllMT CLAbH HOTEL AT UEAHONAULK
1'ltIUKH. TKANHIENTU ACCOMMOUATKO
HOTEL FOU BALE. GOOD 11KABONB SQR.
SELLING. , t

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