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THE DAILY BEE SiTORDAY , JUNE 11 1882 ,
O. O , OOCXEC & : GO.
COMMISSKlN MERCHANTS ,
'Market , Council Blufli , low * .
WHOLESALE riOTJR HOUSE ,
Occtral Agents Jot th C 1ebr < it a. Mills of H. D. Mush & Co. . Golden Eagle Flour , Learenwoith ,
Krvnua , , Falls , Dakota.
and Mills , Sioux
> t.ii j mm Qucon Boo dim ? 01
/Reference , SralHi & Crlltfnden. Council lllufN , la.
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL
COUNCIL BLPFF3 , IOWA.
TITLE ABSTRACT 0 F FIGE.
or. 'w. * ca TCT ac 3Et 201 An eLands
Lands and Lots Bought and Sold ,
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW HATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS . IOWA.
15 North Main Street.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN SHOE FINDINGS.
Ready-fitted uppers. In calf skin and kip. Oak and Hemlock SOLE LEATHEll , anil el
oods appertaining to the iftootrxlc. Oo'diBold M cheap as In thol'-aat.
, iORRIS' ' III ILLiraY STORE
FOIl STYLISH SPRING MILLINERY. PATTERN BONNETS AND
CHILDREN'S ' HATS A SPECIALTY.
105 South Main Street. . Council Bluffs la.
Thit never rc-qtilro ctlinptajr , at Mrs. J. J. Good's llalr Store , at prices nc\cr liclcro touched by
* ny other lialr dealer. AUo a full line of switches , etc. , at greatly reduce. ! prices. Al > o gold ,
BlUer and colored nets Waves mode from Indies' own hair. Io not full to call before pnrchislng
All Koodn warranted us represented. MllS. J. J. UOOD ,
23 Halt ) street , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
At Bryant's Spring ,
Oor , Broadway and Union Sts ,
Plain , Medicated , V.iiwr , Electric , I'lungo ,
Douch , Shower , Hot and Cold Baths. Competent <
potent n ale and female i.ar-ca and attcndantf
always on hand , and the bcitot rate and atten <
lion given patruns. Special attention giv en to
bathlngThlldrcn. Investigation nud patronaga
solicited DR. A. H STUDIED & Co. ,
100 Upper Broadway.
Dr. 'Gtudlcy : Treatment ol chronic diseases
UEMOVED without the
CANCEES drawing ol blood or use ot
knife. Cures lung disease ,
nTHMU Hts , Scrofula , Liver Com-
" * J'lalnt , Dropsy , llheuma-
IVl II R S tlsio , Fever and Mercur-
III U II W ial 80rcs > Kryslpclas , Silt
Hhcum , Scald Held , Citatrh , weak , InlUixcd
and granulated Eyes , rcroluloua Ulcers and Female -
male Disease' of all klnda. AHo Kidney and
Venorlal diseases. Hemorrhoids or Tiles cured
All diseases treated upon thoprlnclplc of veget
able reform , without the co ol mercurial pois
ons or the knife.
Electro Vapor or Medicated Baths , furnished
o tcwho deairo them.
Hernia or Rupture rad'.olly cured by the use
the Elastic bolt Truss and Piaster , which Una
Bupcrlor la the world.
CALL OX OK ADDRESS
DEB , R , ILice and F , 0 , Miller ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , la.
Feed and Sate Stables ,
18 North First Street ,
Dauauct's old stand. Council Uluff * , Iowa ,
WILLAUO SMITH. 1'rop.
. . ,
Practitioner of Homeopathy , consulting
Physician audSurgeon ,
Offleo and residence Olfi Willow avenue , Couu-
cll Ulnffa , Iowa.
W. K. SINTON ,
14 Pearl Street , Council Bluffs ,
Extracting and lllllng a cpecUlty. First-class
work guaranteed ,
DR. A. P. HANCHETT ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office , No. 14 1'carl Street. IIoiui , 9 a. m. to
12. , and 2 p. m , , to 5 p , m. Hosldeiico , 120
Bancroft street. Telephonic connection with
OR , AiVlEUA BURROUGHS ,
No. 617 First Avenue
Houralrom 10 to 11 a , m. , and 2 to i p. m.
J. A. ROSS , Proprietor-
Corner Broadway and Fourth Streets.
Good accommodation * , good faro and coup
3EC d 3BC I 3d 23 O Off.
OOlce over sirlnKj link ,
OOUNOIt. . BLUFFS , . - - Iowa.
W , 0. James , In connection with his law and
collection business buyu and sells real cttate ,
Persons wishing to buy or sell city property call
t bis office , over Bunhnell'g book store , 1'oarl
EDWIN J. ABBOTT.
Justice of the Peace and
4l5Broadway , Council Bluffs.
ced mortjsi'ci drawn and acknoul gtd
WATER WAVES ,
In Stock and Manufactur
ed to Order.
" \Vavos Made From Your Own Hair.
TOILET ARTICLES ,
All Goods Warranted as
Represented , and Prices
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
337 W. Broadway ,
Council Bluffs Iowa.
; - - - .
MRS , E , J , HARDIM , H , D , ,
Graduate of Elcctropathic Institution , FhlU-
, dclr&la , Penua.
Office Cor , Broadway & Glenn Ave.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
The treatment of * 1I diseases and polnful [ dlf-
ficultlca peculiar to torraloa a epcct > lty.
The Star Bakery ,
HOWARD & ROBIE ,
227 BTAXNST ,
Employ the best Bread Baker In the West ; alsc
* , choice hind lor Cakes and Pies.
Bread delivered to all parta ot the city.
FRESH FISH !
fiaie and Poultry ,
Can always be found a D. DANEHY'.0 ,
Justice of the Peace ,
314 BROADWAY ,
CpjmojIJBluffs , - - Iowa
W. B. MAYES ,
Loans anOealEstate ,
Pioprlctor of abstracts of Pottawattamlo
county. Ollko corner oj Ilriadwa * and Mali
BirceU , Council lilulfj , Io a.
JOHN STEIMEB , fvl. D. ,
( Dcutschcr Arzt. )
ROOJI 5 , KVEIIETT'S DLOOIC ,
.Iscasea ot > vomen and children a spaclalty.
P , J , MOlfTGOMEEY , H , D ,
FllCK DlHl'liNHAUY EVKUY SATUUDAY.
Oincotn Everett's block , I'earl tro t. llcslj
denes CVi 1'oiirth street. Olllco hours from 0 to
2 a. 111. , 2 to 1 and 7 to 8 p. in , Council
Pearl street , opposite the postoffico. One of
the oldest practitioner ! In Council Bluffd. Batls
Isfactlon guaranteed In all cases
DR. F. P. BELLINGER ,
EYE AND EAR SURGEON ,
WITH DR. CUAULES DKETKEN ,
Office over dm r xtore , Ut Broadway , Council
Jluffa , Io a. Al dUuatcs of the yu and car
rmtcd under the moot approved method , and all
: urts guaranteed.
Will pract'ce la all 8ttto and United BUitci
: ourU. bro > l Oerman Laoguige.
Drownlnp- Two Promlnont Citlzone
Near Blnnchartl , la.
Correspondence of The Dc .
BLANCHARD , la. , Juno 15. An op.
palling nccidunt foil on the community
in the vicinity of Long Branch , fib
miles south of this plnco , last T'.iura '
day evening , in the death by drown
ing of two well known and hghly cs
tocmod citizens , .Robert Hc/ining ant
The circuiustanccB of this sad acci
dent nro as follows : Early Urn t morn
ing Mr. llcnninc , with his horses and
wagon , and accompanied by hit
brother-in-law , Mr. Douthort , won !
to Kockpott , in order to secure the
purchase of a farm for the latter. On
their return , when within three
miles of homo , and near a small
stream a milo west of the Moulton
bridge over the Tarkio , they were
overtaken by a torrent ot' rain and n
aovoro hail storm. The creek rose sc
rapidly out of ito banks that it is sup
posed a water spout must have fallen
near by. The two men worojast Been
driving homeward near this crook
about five o'clock. The next morning
the wagon and horses wcro found
lodged in aomo trees n short distance
down the creek and the bridge was
yono. 1'ho horses were alive and only
slightly injured , but near the wagon
was found the body of Mr. Ilcnning ,
nud some twenty-five rods further
down the stream , on the bank was the
body of Mr. Uouthcrt. A ipring scat
lodged in n true aomo fifteen tcot above
where thu body lay , indicated how
high thu water had risen. After the
accident was discovered the word
spread rapidly , and hundrodn of poo-
pto were on the ground. Squire
Wright was summoned , and inquest
was held. It is generally supposed
that in the hail storm the team be
came unmanageable , and plunged into
the torrent , capsizing the wagon , and
drowning the men. Their wives were
nearly distracted when the sad news
was brought to them the next day at
ton o'clock. They each leave thrco
children , none of which tire old
enough to manage the farm.
Robert Ilcnning was 40 years of
ago , and born in County Down , Ire
land. Ho came to Philadelphia dur
ing the war , where ho married , and
became a member of the United
His brother-in-law , Win. Douthort ,
was born in County Antrim , Ireland ,
and was 4L years of ago. Ho came to
Philadelphia in I860 , where ho worked
as a blacksmith and amnsecd consid
erable property , but failing in business
ho lost it all. Ho , with his wife , was
also a member of the United Presby
terian church. Three years ngo both
families came hero and located near
Long Branch , where they united with
the Reformed Presbyterian congrega
tion there. They were regular atten
dants at the churchjgoodaiid industri
ous citizonskind [ .and obliging neigh
bors , affectionate and loving husbands
and lathers , and. their death has cast a
dark pall over the community. The
funeral services were conducted at the
church .Friday evening , attended by a
largo concourse of people , and their
bodies were lowered simultaneously
into separate graves. Kxox.
How They Were Removed.
NOIITH TorEKA , Ku3 .May 12 , ' 81.
H. H.yinNEii A Co. : Sirs-
Sharp pains in the region of the kid
neys , frequent desire to urinate and
scalding sensations were easily ra-
niovod by your Safe Kidney and
Liver Cure. HKNUV SANDERS.
THE PKOHIBITION AMENDMENT
A REPLY. '
To the Editor of the Bee.
I 800 in THE BCE of recent date that
"Alex Obort" comes to the front
again , repeating a "challenge" to the
"temperance folks. " Ho seems to be
spoiling tor a fight , so hero goes :
His odor to put up a hundred whole
dollars is characteristic. Nouo but a
bully , or a man with a weak cause , re
sorts to this mode of argument.
Further , his conditions are unfair and
deceptive. Ho proposes to bet that
within one year the amendment will
not "prohibit" the use of intoxicating
beverages in the state. Now "Rev.
NV , Compton Burnett says that the
irord "prohibit" is wrongly used by
the amendment people ; that , rightly
used , it is no more than a command ,
to the "Thou shalt "
equivalent not" ii.
the Ton Commandments , which have
'over prevented i. o. , made impossi
ble the commission of the crimes
'orbidderi. But Mr. Obert explains
prohibit by the word "nlop , " to put an
3nd to. None of us expect that any
aw , human or divine , will absolutely
mt an end in drunkunnoan before the
nillonnium hau put in an nppcarancp ;
jut wo _ do oxpcct that prohibitory
egiilution will enable many to keep
iober who othf n/mo would wallow in
.ho filth of drunkenneep.
After nourishing his hundred dollars
Mr , O. , like the Philistine of old ,
vaxcH valiant , and defies "any of the
o called temperance folks to show mo
ir any other citizen what benefit the
aboror or farmer or any ono else will
mvo by the enacting of said amend-
nont. " Whether wo can "show"
iuything of this character to Mr. O.
s problematical , tor the old proverb
ells us "nono BO blind , " oto , But
/o may show the readers of TiiuBEK ,
vhoBo visual organs are in the normal
onditiott j iuro the "benefit" may
10 expected to coino in ,
i'irst , the laborers , who instead of
InnkiiU ! as now shall attend to busi-
I08B , will save tnno and money , and
luis bo enabled to p.ovido their
imiliea.with a few needed comforts ,
ot to tpeak of decent food , clothing
nd dwelling places.
Second , taxpayers will not bo obliged
D furnish food , clothing and shelter
3 these families , the heads of which
ave equandored time and money in
110 saloons. Then , too , they will bo
Tared the expense of prosecuting
logo who , under the influence of
quor , now commit throo-fourtha of
10 crimes that disturb society ,
Third , as loss liquor will bo sold , of
JUMO lets will bo drank , there will
o loss intemperance , and losa of the
adoring and destitution now result-
ig from drunkenness. Fewer men
111 have the "trernenu "
, there will bo
iwer saloon fights , and a less number
' palicemon , police ) justices and ether
officials will "bo needed to maintain
order in rur communities , and thui
expense boinc ? diminished , taxation
will bet lessoned.
"But if the amendment is passed ,
will bo moro drunkenness than
before ; " so wo are told at every
turn. To his credit , Mr. Obert does
not say this. Doubtless the exertion
required in planting his hundred dollars
lars ( which , by the wny , may have
been "earned" in the lamlnblo busi
ness of liquor selling ) caused him to
forgot to make this statement.
"Moro drunkenness under prohib
itory law than with licensed dram
shops 1" Of COUMO if there is to bo
moro drunkenness there must bo moro
liquor made nnd sold -brewers , dis
tillers and saloon keepers will have
moro "business they will handle
moro money and moro of it will stick
to their fingers. Why , then , in the
name of reason , do they light the
amendment ? Do they believe what
they say I
But Mr. O. says that if the amend
ment passes , Iowa farmois will losa
from liftoon to twenty cents per bush
el on their corn and wheat , because
they will bo compelled to ship it away
and then ship back the manufactured
product , paying railroad charae ) both
ways. How a loss on wheat is possi
ble wo cannot guoas , for this grain is
not distilled. But corn -well , the
distilleries of the entire nation used
in 1880 less than _ eighteen million
bushels of corn , while the corn crop
of Iowa for the same year was two
hundred and thirty millions of bush-
els. The distilleries used loss than
ten per cent of the com produced
throughout the nation , Not much
could accrue to Iowa corn raisers , or
any ether corn raisers if the distil
leries of the entire nation were closed
to bo opened no moro
Mr. 0. wishes to know whether wo
have a right to dictate to him what
ho shall oat , drink or wear. Well , un
der such circumstances yes. If ho
noes lit to break the lawn of the land ,
wo have a right to say that ho shall
wear stripsd clothing , stay in of
nights , and cat and drink at the pleas
ure of prison-officials. Otherwise ho
may eat and drink what ho pleases.
Hero Mr. 0. is seeking to throw dust.
Ho knows that the amendment seeks
only to put the traffic in intoxicants
on the same basis as the traflic in
poisons and ether articles of an inju
rious or deadly character. Ho has not
said that ho is a "temperance" man ,
nor has ho said that ho thinks that
"drunkenness" or "intemperance" is
an evil , but wo will charitably suppoao
that these are simply oversights , and
"s'uppoaing" thus , AVO ask : Do you ,
Mr. Obort , believe that any man has
a right to take advantage of another's
weakness , and take his money for that
which can do the purchaser nothing
but harm ! Please answer categorical
ly. Then , if you are a "temperance"
man , and believe that drunkenness ifl
an evil , please tell us wherein anyone
ono is bonofittod who habitually UBCS
intoxicating liquors , "including ale ,
wh'o and boor , " and wherein any ono
is wronged by the prohibition of such
Mr. O. asks if wo wish to throw out
of employment "thousands of laborers
and mechanics. " Wo suspect that om
who not only can , but does , work in
connection with a brewery or distil
lery , can work somewhere clso. and
certainly while our state is growing so
rapidly , no capable and willing work
man need be very long idle.
Incidently , Mr. O. mentions "con
science" Of whoso conscience does he
speak ? The drunknrd'a "conscience"
allows him ID rob and abuse his fam
ily. The saloon keeper's and liquor
dealer's "conscience" allows him to
take money for that which ruins his
patrons , soul and body. And Mr
O's "conscience" allows him to Bay
that the public must permit , yes li
cense the making , selling and use of
liquors , and the consequent drunk
enness , to the end of titno. As Mmo.
Roland , at the guillotine , said of
" " of "conscience "
"Liberty" ho say wo ,
"How many crimes are perpetrated
and justified in thy name ? " Wo odd ,
the "conscience" of the prohibitionist
impels him to say , that , by his con
sent , law shall now sanction or pro
tect the traffic in liquors as a beverage.
His "conscience , " like that of the
heathen emperor of China , of the
opium traflic , forbids his making
money for the public oil' that , the use
of which ruins the people. The pro
hibitionist will bo tender with the
drunkard , he will have only moral
suasion for him , unless ho undertake
to screen the man who has robbed him
through his weakness , but ho will use
all possible "legal suasion" with the
makers of , and dealers in alcoholic
Other points in Mr. Obort's "chal
lenge" might bo noticed , but wo for
bear. Yours for prohibition ,
Qj.EXWoon , la. , Juno 14 , 1882.
"What mV < cs I cry nnd folk , say Ir.a nituhtjT
L'nu'o Bt-iiuch aUio , and sour U my inouff\ ;
J.uifo , too , u n't Iccp , and norm * hi to xi belly ;
'l''uvcr"Kiniy , locl'lko I waa Jolly
ducua jcxir mlilo * cry , Die * and VMorlt ,
VMion minima's fono , aud don't ht\a CU/iTor.u.
"Yon'riilght. t > ioTiirl ell. " There , Um.l0ty ;
oiitln Frank liivu CAMK/IIU , ro don't cry.
Joi respondent ! ) of The lleo.
OAHSON , Iowa , Juno M. List Tri
lay night this region was visited by
ho heaviest rain atom that was . over
cnown hero. A good deal of the
lorn growing on side hills was washed
A jockey club has buon organized
lore , unei n half milo track is now
icing built. The next will bo a
novo to hold a fair Iiore.
A number of parties start from hero
or Dakota BOOH. Cheap lands the in-
Matildi Fletcher will deliver a
emporance lecture next Sunday at
lacedoniu. Special trains will bo
uu from the south , and preparations
ro being made to accommodate the
irgcst assemblage over held in the
Quth end. S. L.
Love Your Nolgnbor.
When your friend or neighbor is labor-
iT under Lodlly alllictloii , Indigestion ,
illiotianem , consUpatlon , caused by linjiu-
ty of liloud , or ilieordera of the kidneys
r liver , don't fall to recommend Durdoulc
lood lilttcrt ) , a uuro And tsafy remedy ,
rice $1.00 , j3 cllw
lowu Cropa and uraln.
; > oclaldl | > atc > ) to Tint DKK.
AWON Union Co. , la. , Juno 15 ,
11 small grain mid grasses are doing
ury well , and about the [ usual
mount ofacreage , Spring-liko
weather opened up at least Iwo weeks
earlier than usual , which proved A
God-send to our poor stock and saved
thousands from starvation , bringing
forth pasture so that cattle could live
two to thrco weeks earlier than usual ,
and yet at this tlmo everything is
moro backward than usual. It has
boon very wet and unusually cool all
upring. ' Corn is very backward.
Nearly every ono have had to replant
moro or less , and the largest is barely
largo enough to bop in to work. in.
However , there is moro planted than
usual , B.
LocKUinoK , Jcfiorson Co , , Iowa ,
Juno 11. I see in your valuable pa
per that the farmers boasts of having
rye four foot eleven inches. Wo can
beat it bad on old that has been un
der cultivation for three year * , and has
not been in grass or manured for ten
years. Last year it did not raiao
corn enough to winter n hog , and last
fall it was sown in rye and shoveled
in and harrowed , and now thcro is n
fine crop of rye in that field , I
stopped into the Hold after dark to
night and pulled n bunch six foot nine
inches long , and I did not hunt two
minutes to got .it. Our small grain
never lookeei any bettor this time of
the year. The farmers nro about
through planting corn. Corn that
was planted the latter part of May is
up and has got a good color. Grass
is the best I over saw. Wo are hay
ing hot weather now 92 degrees in
Prohibition is about all they talk of
in our neighborhood. F. J. E.
THOMAS' Kct.roTiita On. IIM obtained
great popularity , from its intrinsic : value
ng'n icliablo medicine , In curing ho.irno-
IIOSK , and all irritations of the throat , ilia-
castsjof the cheat , etc. 1'or these it [ R an
ineomptrftblo imlminic. j3'l\v
Owing to the nature of the institu
tion our knowledge of hnrom lifo is
entirely derived from the visits of
European ladies. Thu Turkish au
thorities , it must bo confessed , arc
very amiable in this respect , nnd little
difficulty is experienced ivhon the in
troductions nro good. Tim Turk is
commonly believed to bo a sort of
Bluebeard. It is not so. Polygamy
is not the rule , but the exception ,
The lower classes never have moro
than ono wife , aud it ia only in the
case of weathy pashas that thcro are
three or four wivoa , the latter number
being legally allowed toovory Mussul
man according to the koran ; this is
exclusive of almost any number of
slaves nnd concubines. The husband
must have no acquaintance , however
slight , with woman ether than those
of his own harem , and uhould hoob-
ocrvo slippora outside of the harem
door ho knows that ladies nro visiting ,
and therefore cannot outer his own
houso. Then , ugain , if perchance ho
strolls through the bazaar , thcro must
bo no recognition of any of his own
women , although they may bo throw
ing away his money right and left in
n most lavish way on silks and jowols.
Ho was not Gay a word , and
so strokes his butd and
passes on wilh nn "luahallah , "
? Please God , ) or ' 'Allah korim , "
( God is great nnd merciful ; ) for now
ho known only too well how the
money goes ! European ladies are the
objects of much attention nnd curi
osity on the part of the women of a
harem. Their dresses are felt , they
Are pawed all over , and asked childish
questions incessantly ; for it must bo
remembered that a largo harcrn con
sists of wiveu and domestic slaves ,
the latter counted by hundreds. A
young English l.idy , 17 years old ,
great personal attractions nnd ongag
ing manners , some time back visited
harem accompanied by her inothor an
friends. The women questioned her ,
and would not believe that she hm
"no children , or oven n hus
band. " Ono of the wives , wh
took a great fancy to her , throw
her arms round her neck , and entreat
cd her to stay with thorn forovor. Sh
could huvo any husband aho liked ,
and oven was so kind as to recommend
her own , adding that she was wuro ho
would soon want another wife , nnd
that slip , the real wife , would much
rather it was this nice young Englisli
girl , as then there would always bi
the pleasure of having her as a friend
and companion. Hero was a most decided
cided offer. A firm refusal , howovorv
of these honors caused much surprise
and disappointment. London Society ,
No Such Word as Fall.
"I have used your 8riu.su UI.OHEOU fo
Dynpopela , headache ami constipation , OIK
find It baa done me a great deal uf good. ' .
nhallrecominond it to my frlcndx.
"IIUNJiy BKUTOJ./KTTI / ,
"May 2Hh. U Alain St. , Uuffalo , '
I'rlco CO centa. trial Iwttlea IQc. jlIWlw
AN ITINKUANT BAUBBB.
The Exclusive Customers oluTrovoI-
mtr Knight of tbo Razor.
" 1 aupppso I'm what would bo called
an oscillating tonsorinl artist. " The
ncakor was a well < lrcaod man of
thirty , currying in Inn hand n little
"Haven't you any shop , " asked the
"No ; this is my shop , " said the
nan , holding up lib httlo vulho ; then
10 opened it and showed its contents ,
ivhich consisted of n do/.ja razors , n
lumber of brushes and other para
phernalia belonging to his tnulo.
' 'Most of ray customers live on Will-
tut , Spruce nnd Gheanut otreoto , "
laid the man , "and thu majority of
horn nro lich old gentlemen , who
mvo retired from business , many of
horn who , in their younger days ,
havod themselves , but have grown
oo infirm. I got all the way from
L quartttr to seventy-five cents for a
httve. I start out every morning
, bout 8 and wind up about 1 or 2 , I
tavo u regular roulo to go ever , " nnd
ho harbor showed u little book in
vhich were registered the addresses
, nd names of his customer * . "I
mvo different customers for different
"How much can you make a week ? "
[ uerlod the reporter.
"In winter L average § 50 a week ;
mt in summer I don't ' make so much ,
nd many of my customers go out of
own , "
"Aro there nuy barbers in your
irnnch in any of the larao cities ? "
"No , I thinlc not , I am the only
nan in this particular branch , I ca-
or to the aristocratic class and I'm
nvint ! money at it , It'n my own idea ,
nd as a first class artist can't make
lore than $20 a week itt a shop , por-
uisites and pay , I prefer this. "
To the Consumers of Carriages & Buggies.
I have a complete stock of all the Latssh Styles
of Carriages , Phaetons and Open and Top Buggies ,
Tne Celebrated Brewster Sid.9 Bar ,
The Hamlin Side Bar ,
The Whitney Side Bar , and
The Mullhalland Spring.
The Dexter Queen Buggy and Phaeton -Abo the
Old Reliable Eliptic Spring Buggies and Phaetons.
They are & 11 made ot ths best material ? , and un
der my own supervision.
I should be pleased to have those desirous of pur
chasing to caU 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 ASD : 11ETAIL DEALERS IN
LACZiWMl LEHIGH , BLOSSB1M
CONNELLSVILLE COKE , CEMENT , LIRflE , PLASTER , ETC.
Office No. 34 Pearl Street , Yardo Oor. Eighth Street and
Eleventh Avenue , Oounoil Bluffa.
COUNCIL BLUFFS STEAM FACTORY
BROOMS , BROOM HANDLES ,
GOBN MEAL , GRAHAM FLOUR AND
The Very Best of Brooms Oonatantly on Hand. The Highest
Market Price Paid for
Corn , Oats , Rye , Barley- ,
Forties Wishing to Soil Broom Corn Will Please - -
Send Sample. 1 . '
One of the best e * . tond-clana Hotels In the
West is the
A. E I1KSWN , I'roprl tor.
Nos. 631 and CSO 11 road Hay , Council IJlufla , low * ,
> Table supplied with the , best the market af-
fordtf. Otod rooms and Urat-cliaj bodn. Taring
UNION AVENUE HOTEL
817 Lower Broadway ,
Mrs. C. Gerspacher & Son.
KHtET CLASS UOTKb AT HKAHONAIII.K
l'UIOH-4. TUANSIIINTB ACCOMMODATED.
llTit ( : , HMiMI.K. GOOD UKASONS KOJl
N , Anderson , - - Proprietor ,
732 Lower Uroadwuy ,
TiiMo nuppVcd w 1th Ilio beet the imrlctaf-
OrJ < . Terms $3 , CO and gJ.OOl'Crweck. ' Transltnt
> 1.00 per day. _ _
IS Yon Wieli u Luneh Go to
LOUIE DUQUETTE ,
Soups , Mento , nnd Katables alwayB nn
hand. l''lve Ccnta per call.
STARR & BUNCH ,
HOUSE , SIGN ,
PAPER HANGING ,
[ ALSOMINING AND GRAINING ,
hop Corner Broadway nnd Soott St
HUGHES & TOWSLEE ,
Confectionery , Fr uitsNuts
Jigars and Tobacco , i-'resh
lysters and Ice Creani in
12 MAIN ST. , -
Oounoil Bluffs ,
MRS. J. P. BILLUPS ,
RESTAURANT & EATING HOUSE ,
813 South Main Street , Council II ufls.
K w housu uid newly fitted lip In flrnt class
style Heals at all hours , led crcatn ajd lumo-
nado every ovucliiif. Fruits ai d confiict.oncrleg'
J. G. TIPTON ,
Attorney & Dounsellor ,
Otllco oor Flrut Katlfnal Tlank , Count 11 ll'uflu. '
dwn. Will | ni'tlt'ti In tliu htatn end f jJcmi
723 W. Broadway.
LARSON & ANDERSON ,
Thlj Inuuiiy his JiHtbeon opened for busl-
ncjx , and uuarunow pripared to do UunJry
work of all klndnund guua-itco satisfaction A
tpeclelty made of Him work , such as collirs ,
uffn , duo thlrte , ito Wo ant t\e boly to
BHOUI R , trial ,
LA11SON & AyPEIlSON.
KENDALL'b SPAVIN CURfc.
The Most Successful Remedy ever discov
ered , as It la certain in IU effects and dots not
blister , HEAD I'ltOOF 13KLUW , AUo eicclleat
FKOM A PnOMINBNT PHYSICIAN.
WauhlugtcuvUlo , Obio , JUDO 17 , 18S1. DB
II. J. KKNDALL , & Co. : Clouts Heading your ad-
> ertl < vineut in Turf , Field aud Farm , of your
Kendall's Hjmvlu Cure , a d having1 a valuable
and speedy horse which had been larao from
ipavln ( or eighteen month * , I sent to you for a
bottle by express , which in nix weeks removed
all lament ! ) and enlargement and a largii splint
'rom ' another horse , and both horses are to-day
astound a ) colU The one bottle was worth to
me one hundred dollars. Hespcetfully
JO'lre , If. 4. G.'BTOLSTT , M , D.
Send for Illustrated circular pivlntf positive
; > roof , PrkeSl , All DjupgUits h ve it or coo
; otitior you. Dr. 11. J. Kendall It Co , I'ro-
irlctors , Kuosliurjjh Falls , Vt
BOLt ) BY ALL DBUGGISrS ,
EUROPEAN HOTEL ,
Corner Fourth and Locuit Httceta.
J.H. HURST , - - Prop.
llooms , 75o , $1 , and § 1,60 P r Day
An elegant KuiUutant ticouuected with thi
louie where meali ure avi edit reuoaabl I prio > -
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