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THE DAILY BEE-OMAHA THURSDAY , JUNE 22 , 188L ,
C9. O. COOMBS .Sc 00.
City Market , Council Bluffi , Iow ,
WHOLESALE FLOUR H O U 0 E ,
( j ccral Agents for the Cthbratcd Jlllljof II. 1) . lUi h & Co. . OoUlen Eagle Flour ,
Kati M , nml ( Juccn Bee Mills , Sioux Kalis , Dakota.
Bcfercncc , Smith ft C'rl't mlcn , Cotini.ll IllufN , 1,1.
V , 'lOLESAl.K ASO ItETAlL
STATIONERY AND PRINTER'S GOODS ,
COTOCII. BI.UFF3 , IOWA.
TITLE ABSTRACT 0 F FlfiL
j. "mr. * 3 > TCT x EC EJ AC < c o > .
Lands and Lots Boughfand Sold.
JIONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES ,
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS.
COUNCIL BLUFFS - - - - - - IOWA.
15 North Main Stroot.
WHOLESALE DEALB M SHOE iNCS.
Hcndr-attcd nri r , In c.ill ekln i > nJ Idp. 0.Uuml Hemlock tOM : LEATIIKK , RUil al
oodn npjicrtalnlni ; to the shoo triulc. Oo-il ? ! > oHl M cheap in In the KM * .
&i. i WTTTTATIP'RV b
FOR STYLTSII SPRING MILLINERY. PATTERN BONNETS AND
CHILDREN'S HATS A SPECIALTY.
105 South Main Street. . Council Bluffs la.
Hitt never rcqnlro crlnipliif ; , ut Mrs. J. J , GooJ'd Hair Store , nt prices nc\cr lictcro touched by
ny other hair dealer. Also a full line ot fiHttchcn , etc. , tvl-o. lj reduced prlcua. AUo gold ,
elhcr and colored nets.Vn > ea undo from hdics' own lulr , Uo nut fall to rail before purchasing
tlse hcro. All ( 'ooilf ) warranted as represented. MRS. J , J. OOOD ,
2) Main glrcci , Ooum.ll UluCts , Iowa.
At Bryant's Spring ,
Oor , Broadway aiifl Union Sts.
I'UIn , ModlcntodV.por , Elecfrlc , I'lun c ,
IKin.h , Bhowcr , Hot mid Cold Ba'hs. Com-
intent r. ale and Icnnlo . ur/cn and afendinls
h\a > 9 on hand , nnd ( Iu best otra-o nnd r.tt.'ii-
linn ulvcn jmrjru. Uparial att ntinu g\\cn \ to
turning chilJrcn. luvcat' atbii ami patrouijro
eollcltudDR. . A. II STUDLEY Ss Co. ,
100 Upper Broadway.
Dr. Sttidlcy : Tiiatuient of chroni ; dlacasaa
uinde a ppcciilty. _ _ _
RGMOVKD without tlio
drauin of Mood or use ot
knife. Cures lunjr disease ,
Fits , Scrofula , Liver Com-
. > . -
T U M fl R S m , ' Fcior and Jlcrcnr-
I Ul 1 it II U
ii1 sorcSi Kryalpclns. Salt
Khciim , Scald lleid , Citirrli , weak , inlUiiiud
and ( jranulatcd Eyes , Scrofulous Ulccra nad k'c-
tiialeii3 asoof all kinds. Alin Kldnoy nnd
Vcncrlal disi-asos. Ilutuorrhoida or i'dts cured
All diseases treated ii ) > on thojulnclploofve ct-
able reform , without the uu of incrmrial pols-
ona or the knife ,
Kloctro Vapor or Msdlcated Baths , furnluhid
onwho dcalro them.
Hernia or Hupturo radlcilly cured by the me
tlw Klastlc belt Tru < 3 and I'listtrhtcb ha )
In the uorld.
CALL OX Oil AUDIIKS3
DPB , E , Ilico and F , 0 , Miller ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , In.
feed and Sale SMles ,
18 North First Street ,
Bouquet's old stand , Council BufN ! , lona.
WILLAUU SJUTH. 1'rop.
. . ,
Practitioner of I [ mcOiatliy ) , cOLSultiu
OUleiiaiidreeldi.nci)01S Willow avenue , Coun
cil lllu OH , Iowa.
W. E. SINTON ,
14 Pearl Street , Council Bluffs.
Kxtractlncand Oiling a Epochlty , First-class
worli guaranteed ,
DR. A. P. HANCHETT ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Oilico , No. 14 Pearl Street IIoun , 0 a. in. to
12. , and 2 p. m , , to 5 p , in. Residence , 120
Ilancroft street. Telephonic connection uilh
DR. AMELIA BURROUGHS ,
No. 617 First Avenue
Hours from 10 toll a. m. , and 2 to 5 p. in.
J. A. EOSS , Proprietor.
Corner Broudway and Fourth Streets.
Good accommodations , good faro and COUP
teoua treatment. _
S. E. MAXON ,
C T J 3 3 CJ ! ff ?
Office over savings bank ,
OOUNOlLi BLUFFS , Iowa.
W. C , James , In connection with his law and
tolloctlon business buys and Bella teal estate.
Persons wishing to buy or sell city property call
V hia office , o\cr Bushnell's book utorc , Pearl
EDWIN J. ABBOTT.
Justice of the Peace and
416 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Ditdj and mortgageg dt n' Dl cka9w |
In Stock and Manufactur
ed to Order ,
Wavoo Jludu From Your Own Hair.
TOILET ARTICLES ,
AH Goods "Warranted as
Represented , and i'rice <
MRS. D. A. BE EDSCT ,
337 W. Broadway ,
Council Bluffs ; - - - lov/a.
IRS" , E , J , HARDING , H , Du
( VfJedical Electrician
OraUuutc ot Ktectropalhlc Institution , Phila
delphia , 1'uana.
Office Oor , Broadway & Glenn AVB.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
The t re.i ( mo ut of all dUoa im and ixlnful , dlf-
licultlca iicculiar to temalej a Bp cl > ltr.
The Star Bakery ,
HOWARD & ROBIE ,
2i > 7 MAIN ST ,
Kuiiloy | the beet Dread liakor In the Welt ; also
a choice hind for Cakus and Plus.
lircad delivered to all parta ot the city.
FRESH FISH !
Same and Ponltry ,
Can alivayu be found a Q. DANEHY'i ? ,
l.'IO L'pper llroadw y.
Justice of tlie Peace ,
314 BROADWAY ,
Council Bluffs , - - Iowa.
W. B. MAYES ,
Loans andEealEstate ,
Proprietor of abatracla of Pottawattanilo
county. Otllco corner of Ilruailn.iy and Main
BlroeU , Council Ululfj , Iowa.
JOHN STEINER , M. D , ,
( UeiiUcher Arzt , )
ROOM 5 , EVERETT'S BLOCK ,
ulseaen ol women and children a tpaclalty.
P , J , HONTBOMEEY , M , D , ,
F IKK DlKI'KKHAUY EVKHY SATUHIUY.
Offlco In nvvrett' * block , Pearl troet. Heal ]
dunca t'M Fourth street. Ottlcu hour * from 9 to
2 a. ui. , 2 to 4 and 7 toBp , m , Council Muds
T C. CLARK ,
Pearl street , opposite the poatofflce. One of
the oldest prutltloiien In Council Bluffs. Bills
lifactlon guaranteed In all cases
DR. F. P. BELLINGER ,
EYE AND EAR SURGEON ,
WITH Wl , CHARLES DEETKEN ,
Office over dritr store , 4H I ! road nay , Council
Jilulln , Jo a. Al dtoaw of the eye ami i-ar
truiUxl under the most approved inuUiod , and all
( .urw truarantcfU.
JOHN LINDT ,
' - ' -
Will practice In all Elite and ( Jolted Slates
Court * . Spcall Otrmin Language.
REVIEWING THE RECORD
A Mysterious Bond Which
Anderson Should Ex
How Do the Foopltv Lilin Stiol
Snlon nnd Trrulcs ?
To the filter ol the Pec.
lit view of s01:10 of HID oxtrnordin
firy circumstances thnt linvo nttomkc
the canvns of ! Mnj. A. 11. Aiulcrani
during tlio past few weeks in Ilia ef
forts to obtain the nomination forcmv
gross nt the hands of the republican
convention in tin's city on to-morrow ,
T dcsiro to present through the col
umns of your pnncr aonio of tliu rua-
HOIIB nrgcrt by n very largo number ol
republicans in thin now Ninth district
why they cannot support him , ami
why ho should not bu nominated.
And their objections in brief m.ty be
stated to be Unit neither in hia prirnto
or.public life docs ho ropruaont the
people ; that ho Is not the
choice of the people ; that
ho is ambitious , , for the pluco ; that
hie intcroits nio nil against those of
the people and in fuvor of thn railroad
nml other moniod eorporntions , nd
that hia nomination if secured on to
morrow will bo because the people
have not lir.d a fair opportunity in the
short time given them to express their
choice. They believe that tlie early
call for the convention in the man
ner it was made was solely for the
purpose of preventing a full and fiee
expression from the people , Maj. An
derson and these supporting him
knowing hill well his nomination if
secured at all could only bo compared
by such unfair means.
That Major Anderson is not the
choice of a largo majority of the re
publicans in this district is evident
from the atorni of indignation against
his candidacy that overtook and well-
nigh defeated him in his own county
convention on the 7th inst. ; from the
fueling so intotiEo in Shelby county
that when in convention the other
day , with no candidate before them ,
the delopatcn were instructed not to
vole for him under any circumstances ;
from the fact thai with no other can
didate to load thorn and BO little time
in which to do any thing , thn primaries
in Montgomery county in many instances -
stances went by dctaul. , and from
the fact that in tins county on ycrtor-
day a majority of tlio cmiyoutUM , ini'l
that majority farmorn. without u.iloi-
tali on , declared thumsolvos unaltera
bly opposed to him ntid cuthusiaititi-
ally in favor of Judgu. J. Jl. Uocd.
Tn addition to this , it is reported on
the best of authority that in the
couuticn of Montgomery , Mills , Free-
mont , Shelby , Casi iind Andnrjon , aa
well as our own here , that hundrodB
of republicans in each of these coun
ties , men who have never yet llinchcd
or stacked their arms in the heat of
battle , to-day foul the insult that his
nomination would bo to them under
the circumstances and with ( /no voice
they declare that they cannot and will
not support him in any event. This
feeling ought not to bo ignored. In
deed , it must and will bo respected.
Again , Major Anderson is known to
bo in this canvass but the tool of the
railroads ajd other monied corpora
tions. While there in no reason why
wo ohonld join in an indiscriminate
cry against the railroad corporations
as corporations , yet there ia no good
reason to bo urged why a , candidate
should bo supported whose public life
thua far warrants Miu nonpla in be
lieving that 'ho rnilrof do in their fight
against the people endc.ivoritig to
[ orce upon them the burdens and ex
pense of the government , have in
Mijor Anderson a faithful rlly. And
when it comes to the roint that in
thin country we cannot hold a primary
or convention without the railroads
ntcrfering and striving to dictate by
the unscrupulous uaa of men and
money whom wo shall and whom wo
shall not nominate , then it is high
time this corporate power was given
to understand that the people propose
to select their own candidates and
vote only for the men of their free
The people say , too , that Major
Anderson has made his canvas * for
the nomination on the principle ot
bargain and sale ; that he has sought
it by the aid of a gang of political
clacquers , such as J. W. Chapman , it
id jcnus oinnc , whoso sole desire ia to
thwart the will of the people and glut
their own interests , seeing in Major
Anderson tlie medium and means for
the accomplishment of their purposes.
Together witli these , God save the
mark , a few leading republicans have
joined forces , who I suppjae have
likewise been temptnd by the loaves
and fishes. But I do not propose to
deal in general platitudes ; nor do I
propose in this article to even attempt
to ehow to the public in detail all of
the tricks and manipulations of Major
Anderson and his man Friday , alias
J. W. Oha man.
Ono instance ulono , perhaps , will
Bullioe. Ono alone , Ihavo in mind now
which , if true , ought to damn the
author of it forever , an a candidate
for oflico , however humble. By it
Mayor Anderson stands charged with
having attempted to buy his way to
congress by the use ot money and
patronage. 1 refer to the bond that
i said to have boon given by him a
few days previous to the date of the
recent conventions inFromont county ,
wherein ho bound himsclt in the punal
sum of ono thousand dollars , with u
surety , payable in sixty rdays from
date , in the event ono of the post-
ofliccs in that county was not jjiven tea
a certain individual in consideration
for his services in Anderson's bohalf.
That bond has been soon by reliable
citizens of Council Bluffy and I call
upon M. W. Clark , of Randolph ,
Iowa , to produce it , and upon Moro
Webster , congressional committeeman
from Fremont county , to explain what
ho knows about the surety signed
thereon. Mayor Anderson also would
do wall to-morrow to give the matter
some little attention , and tlio public
an explanation of his connection *
therewith , Of course any lawyer
would know such a bond ia not en
forceable with such a record. It
seems to rue the convention ought not
to hesitate lone in deciding an to the
candidacy of such a man ,
At the county convention in this
city on yesterday , the delegates
chosen wore instructed to present as
our candidate for congress Judge J ,
II. Uecd , of this city. Notwithstantl
ing thcro arc other candidates whos
names will bo presented , it goes with
our the saying in this district that it
Judge Herd , if nominated , wo Imvo t
man the peer of any in the district , h
point of ability , whoso integrity is ha
jottnd question , whoso moral character
tor is beyond cavil or reproach , win
has eerved his country nml his pc-opi
honorably and faithfully whercvc
ctiled , who has novel snu Jit the
nomination , and who to-day ia uii
dnubtedly noarcrtho unaniimnn choice
of the republicans of the district tliiii
any other man who can bo named. In
fact , ho is a man whoso natiu < c.urioa
with it the respect , the honor and the
lofty patriotism worthy such a position.
It la the earnest hope of Judge lived'
ninny friends throughout tlio district ,
that although his name was not al
lotted to bo used until yesterday , yet
lliat became of hia worth nnd prcat
popularity , ho will be nmi > ) atui ,
lints restoring harmony to the party ,
uul giving us n candidate of whom wo
may well teel proud.
It po-haps will bo iir/rcd / that Una
lominalinn ia impossible because
thirty six of the noronty-ono dclo-
jales have already boon instructed for
ilnyor Anderson , but if tint bo BO ,
such instructions wcro given before it
VAS knovvi' Judge lieod would allotr
iis name i > be used , am' ' brnir'os ' tin-
ler Hie p-vcedent established by the
mlioiul coin-on lion at t'.uc.igo and
endorsed at the last state u invention
it Dos ItToinoi , such instructions are
lot biiidim ; , the delegates are at full
iborty to exorcise their beat judgment
n the selection of n candidate , which
s us it should bo. If that i-rocinleut
hould bo adopted to-morrw in our
son volition in thcro nny gond roaaon
.0 urge why that choice should not bo
Judge J. 11 , Hoed , of this city.
JACOB SIMS ,
Cou.vcifj liuu'ra , Juno 21 , ' 82.
" "ortunos or fnrmors anil Mo-
Thousands of dollars can lie saved by
ling piojicr judgment In tnkius ; euro uf
lie health of yomsclf and family. If you
ro lillloim , Imvo Pitllow complexion , poor
lUictito , low nnd depressed n > iritc , nml
encrally debilitated , do not delay n mo-
lent , but go at once ; ivncl procmo n hot-
10 of those \\-oudctful Electric Hitters ) ,
vlilch never fr.il to cute , mill that for tlie
rilling mm of fifty cent * , [ Ttibuuo.
old by C. F.Ciimdirmti.
A Fallacy In Forestry.
Many portions who profess to bi > licvo
hat there is economy in rai.iug forest
rocs for the production of lumbei and
uul on land that will yield gojd crops
f corn , potatoes , and nmall nihis , ilo-
Inro that the ground but wo 'u tlio trees
MI bo m ido to producu tuh > ruble orop.i
if arass , clover and other pl.mtj diu-
ng all stages of the growth of the
reei. They state that tl > e pn-a nco
> f quite Eiu.ill trooa hardly inti-rtoreu
vith the production of any cullivntcd
ip. They recommoiid planting corn ,
> olntoca , boaiiB , peas , mulons , Bijuajh-
a. tobacco , or turnips , botwoun the
on a of trees for several yeara after
Jiu latter are sot out , and declare that
ho growth of the trees is r. clear iin ,
naaiutich as they grow quitoas wellaa
hey would if they occupied the
round entirely by thomselvua. After
lie trees bccomo quite largo they
ccommoiid sowing clov r and grasa
mong them. They state that ( Hock
ill not greatly injure the trees after
liey have attained a cnnsidorablo
icight , and that animals will got a
; oed living on the grass and clover
hat qrow in the shade. They inform
s that orchard grass and red clover
vill grow beautifully in a partial shade ,
ud that both the foliage and stalks
all bo easterly eaten by stock of all
duds , it being tender and appetising ,
. 'hey have many good words to say
bout the productiveness of the forest
paaluivs in Kentucky and other states
arthor south. They state that the
011 in them is covered with a luxuri
ant growth of blue grass , and that
torses , mules , cattle sheep , and uwino
at it and bccomo fat. Thuy would
ead us to believe that the trees benu-
tted the grass , especially during so.v
ona ot intense heat , and that the
) i'Cflcnco of the animals was advanta-
fooua to the trees.
There is scarcely an approach to
ruth in any of the ubovo statements.
Vnnual crops can not bo raised among
'oung trees without injuring thorn ,
'furserymon ' who raise either forest
r fruit trees keep the soil between
loni as clean as u cotton field. They
ro very careful to keep it well culti-
oted. They will allow nothini ; but
rues to occupy the ground. It any
f the trees require shudo they pro-
ido it in the form of screens made of
oad bushes or lattice-work. They
vill allow nothing to grow on the
and that will interfere with the
growth of the treeo. They are care-
ul to keep all kinds of stock out of
loir plantations of trees , They
enow that they will bite oil1 tvviys ,
> rcak branches , and inflict injuriu.i on
iio bark. In some cases they will
> reak down the trees. It is imio ; 3i-
) lo to raise annual crops amont ; trees
/ithout retarding their growth ,
'no guiu of the crops planted
Hitweon the rows is at the
ixponee of the tiuos themsolv's ( , They
lolp exhaust the feitility of the soil
nd injure the prospect of the trees
or all future time , The mnallor trocn
ro the more careful nursing do they
cquiro. Cultivated crops Injure
hem quitu as much as wecdn do. If
no attempts to raise corn und other
ultivatod crop.s between rows of trues
ho former will rccoivo the bent uttun-
ion , Tliu roots of the treats should
> o encouraged to spread and not ho
iablo to bo cut oil' by the plow , The
oil should not bo impoverished by
) reducing crops that are to bo liar-
'cstod. If anything is rained on the
round except trees it should ho v/ith
view of making the soil richer. A
rep of buckwheat might bo grown to
dvantago after the trees are two or
hroo years old , with a view of allow-
ng it to rot on the ground and form a
nulch , which might bo _ beneficial in
aso of a drought As it decayed it
would furniah food for the trees.
Grans and clover are quite a1 * Injur-
ous to trees as cultivated , crops are.
They exhaust the fertility of the HOI !
hat is required for the growth of the
roes. With rare exceptions uniiniUa
an not bo kojt among trees of any
go without injuring them. Jlogsand
heep remove the bark from small , and
von from quite largo trooa. Horses ,
nulcs , and cattle , Into off twigs , break
oil' branches , and often trample down
mall trees. Sonio kinds of trees ,
lotably evergreens and certain vuric-
ica of oak , are injured by the urine
of animals. After trees become largo
nough to ehado the ground moat of
ho time , no crop of much value can
bo raised under them , Some gras
nnd clover will grow , but ils value fo
feeding purposes is very defective. I
is lacking in the quality popularly
known as substance. Aa it grow"
in the shade it is tender am
is readily oaten ly stock , bt.t
is of very little value , Its composi
lion is chiolly water. If it is cut ant
dried in the sun most of its weigh :
will bo lost. The grass and clover
that grow in orchards nro of little ac
count for feeding purposes. Orchard
and blue grass do beat in n partia !
shade , but even they do not amount to
much. The value of the wooded pas-
hires in the south ia greatly overesti
mated. K the trees are few In num
ber and quite tall , sotno sunshine will
penetrate the foliage , and the cr.iss
will bo abundant and of fair quality.
If the rorerao ia true , however , the
amount of grass will bo very small and
of little value. Some trees are valu
able for shade in pisturcs , and that is
about all that can bo said in their f.i-
vor in connection with slock feeding.
They nll'iml protection from the sun ,
but this protection results in injury to
the grass below them.
Free of Cost.
Alt I'orKom ' > viRhhiK to teU the morlU of
\ ( -reU remedy ono that will ponithely
mo CoiimimtiUon , Coughs , Colds , A th *
iin. llronclilti ? , or nny Direction of throat
uul lungs nro reitic | lo < l ti call nt
\ K. ( iiiodiiinti'a DriiK Store nuil get a
, rlnl Iwttlo of Dr. Kh < Now Discovery
or Consumption , KliEE OK OOHT , which will
how you what u regular dollar-size bottltt
Tlio Way SolUl Colorado Wires Triiut
Deuxcr Kvcclnj JournM.
The Now Orleans restaurant ia sup-
losititiously conducted by Charles
jochbrnnor. This is all a mistake ,
lowovor. Ills wife does the work ,
mys the bills , collects for board and
iachnrgos the duties of host as a gen-
ral rule. Mr. L. is a weakling , while
lie madam tips tliu scale nt 'JOG
lounds avoirdupois. From rovela-
ijnn made this morning in Juatico
offrio.1' court , it also appears that she
rears the brooches , and is in the habit
f administering corporal punishment
0 her "old man" whenever fitorod by
Iio spirit or other inlluunti.il reasons.
jnst week ho discharged n man sor-
ixiit , and a maid servant attached to
ho pl.ieo , but they refused to bo din-
hargod and laughed him to ncorn.
Jpon attempting lo enforce his oren -
en , the wito c.iino upon tliu ncouo
nd gathered him by the slack of his
> .intit , laid him across her Unco and
pankud him. till his none bled ,
'hen ho wont to tlu > jimico und told
1 e story ot hia wrongs. When
10 wont homo she opanked
im again , nnd the life-blood once
lore dripped from his proboscis ,
'his cowed his intentions regarding
10 man servant and maid servant for
while , but last night they aiain
ound expression , when his wife
unkcd him for a third time wul
mist him oul into the otreot. Ho
[ ; ain sought Juntica Jcllries in search
t a panacea for his wooa. The old
ady was whipping him every day , ho
aid , nnd it must have made hia
atanlc majesty , if there is such nn
ndividual , twisc his tail with delight ,
ho haa a tail , to hoar the unfortu-
nto man detailing his woca. The
wo servants were arrested , and the
vifo came with them to brace the
ouplo up. They were treated accord-
ig to law , but the punishment wan
: omporarily auapondod und the quar-
-otto - departed , the wife assarting her
iglit to diaciplino "hia nebs , " and her
ntontion to tipank n tender portion of
ho anatomy of the huaband whon-
vor in her opinion ho deservca it.
We are so thankful to say that our
) aby wna cured of a damjorous and
> rotractcd irregularity of the bovvols
> y the use of Hop Hitters by ita mother
vliich at the same time rcatorod her
0 perfect health and strength , The
'arenta , Kochostor , N. Y. Buffalo
How to Muko Qood Button ,
llio NVostorn Hoaorvo of Ohio haa
Iwaya been famous for ita excellent
luttor , und the following directions
> y an experienced buttormakor of the
icinity will bo of interest to all who
esiro to produce the best results of
Iio dairy. "Wo have never tried to
ccop butter from ono spring to the
cxt , but wo can keep butter from
tfuy till Seplombor and October or
ator , but in the two latter-named
lonths wo can make as good butter ad
1 May or .Juno. The way wo preserve
ur butter is thU : Wo take a well-sea-
onod crock or tub and apriuklo u lit-
[ o suit in the bottom. Then when our
> utter ia well worked wo pack
t , as tight us possible. If wo
nly claim once or twice u
i-cok wo put a cloth on the
rat layer covered with salt to the
opth of about half an inch , romov-
ig it carefully when putting down the
Iio next churning and then replace
gain , and repeat ouch time till the vos-
cl ia full. Then put the cloth with
ho salt back onandcovor tight to ox-
ludo thu air. Wo have only tried to
el you know how wo keep butter from
pring to fall and vice versa , but to
coop it iu this way thejbuttor muiit bo
voll attended from the time the milk
s drawn from the cow , First , wo
lust have well seasoned crockn or
> aua to rucoivo the milk. Second the
roam must not bo allowed lo remain on
ho milk till it gets alroug or till whey
uthera undent , Koop.a apoon or ladle
andy anil stir the cream two or throe
lines a day to keep the whey from
ating thu cream. After it is churned
wo null and work- all the milk out wo
an. If wo should stop there the but-
would bostroakod-thosnmo article wo
ind so much in buying. Then wo lol
t stand till ilia solid enough to work ;
wo usually let it sot over night , then
work well again , In the summer wo
opoul this perhaps two or three
hues before wo got the butler-milk
all out. Wo work the butler with our
lands , the aanio as wo knead our
jroadaud wo spat it well with our
lands ( which most mothers know best
low lo do ) , But our siatora who can
vo-k it just as well with their paddlea
are at Hbory to do BO. "
witte bjr , , i ? flfetfJoBBe James
ho only life authorized ly her , nd ttlildi will
not l > o n "Wood und Thunder" toryl/uch / an has
> ecn mil will Iio piiuiljlied , but a true l.lfo by
ha only 11 rain uho It Iu poitunlon ol tlio iuU :
a dl htulunj Uuvotod wllo. Tiuth In wore
iitureitmK than Ilotlon. A ota ihoulU apjily
or territory at ono. Bond 76 ct . for 0 m.
pie Oook. J. H. OUumbor * & Co- ,
uie-aoil-&w- tt. Liuull. Ala-
To tlie Consumers of Carriages & Buggies.
I have a complete stock of all the Latast Styles
of Carriages , Phaetons and Open and Top Bugg'es ,
Consisting of *
The Celebrated Brewster Side Bar ,
The Haralin Side Bar ,
The Whitney Side Bar , and
The Mullhalland Spring.
The Dexter Queen Buggy and Phaeton Also the
Old Reliable .fcJliptic Spring Bugqies and Phaetons.
They are all made ot tha best nia'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 guar
antee satisfaction and warrant all work ,
H. F. HATTENHAUER ,
Corner Broadway and Seventh Streets.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA.
IE3E. . BL& SF'SSX'tt S CO. ,
( Successors to J. W. Rodefer )
WHOLK8ALK AND RETAIL. DEALERS IN
LACKAfiBNi , LEHI&H , BLOSSBUEU
COMNELLSVILLE COKE , CEMENT , LIME , PLASTER , ETC.
Oflico No. 34 Ponrl Street , Ynrda Oor. Eighth Street and
Hlovonth Avenue , Council Blufl'd ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS STEAM FACTORY
BROOMS , BROOM HANDLES ,
CORN MEAL , GRAHAM FLOUR AND
The Very Boat of Brooma Oonatantly on Hnnd. TheiHigheufc
Market Prioo Paid for rl
Corn , Oats'Rye , Barle '
KOO3VC GOS3ST I
Parties Wishing to Sell Brooin Corn Will Please
One of the bent sttoml-clasa Hotels In thu
Wcot la tbo
BROADWAY HOTEL ,
A. K 11HBWN , I'roirlctor. |
Voi. r > 3t and D 0 llroijw ay , Council Illuftn , low * .
Table BU ] > | illed with thn beet the niarkft af-
oids. Ucod rooms and Ilrut-clsas beda. TcrniB
UNION AVENUE HOTEL ,
817 Lower Broadway ,
Mrs. C. Gerspacher & Son.
KIK6T CLASH IIOTKL AT HKASONAHLK
IIIOKS. TltANHIKNTU ACCOMMODATKD.
HOTKL FOK HALK. 0001) IIKASON8 KOU
H , Andenon , - - Proprietor ,
732 Lower liroaduay.
Table inpplled with the bent the market af-
ord . Termi $3.bOaud gt.OOperweck. Transient
1.00 per day. _
If Yon With a Luuoh Go to
LOUIE DUQUETTE ,
3oui ) , Meati , and Katablen always on
hand. Klvo Cents per call.
STARR & BUNCH ,
HOUSE , SIGN ,
PAPER HANGING ,
KALSOMININQ AND BRAIHIBB ,
51,0p , Corner Broadway nnd Scott St
HUGHES & TOWSLEE ,
. DEALERS IN
Confectionery , FruitsWuts
3igars and Tobacco. Fresh
3ysters and Ice Cream in
12 MAIN ST. ,
- - * *
MRS. J [ . P. BILLUPS ,
EESTAUBANT & EATING HOUSE ,
813 South Main Street , Council II ufTi.
New houao and nouly fitted up In flrxt ilaaa
tttylu llcalsat all houru. Ice cream arid Icmo-
nadu c\cry evening. Frulta aid conftctioncrlna. '
J. G. TIPTON ,
Attorney & Counsellor.
( ) /llouo\cr / First National Hank , Council Illuffn ,
Iowa. Will inactU'o In the dtntn and federal
723 W. Broadway.
LARSON & ANDERSON ,
Tlilt laundry his Jtut been opined lor bud'
iieaa , ami we are now prtparod to do laundry
work of all kinds and giurantee satisfaction A
specialty mode of flno work , such us colUra ,
Miffs , OnethlrU , U % Wo want eterybol ; lo
vu us a trial.
LAHSON & ANDEIISON.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE ;
The Molt BuccoMful Remedy over discov
ered , M H In cort&ln lu Ita clottn Jid does not
blister. HEAD 1'liOOF tlELOW. Also exitlleut
for httftian Utah.
FROM A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN.
Wublnxtcnvllle , Ohio , June 17. 1881. lit
13. J. KUIOALL , &Co. : uouU Heading your ad
vertisement tn Turf , Field and Farm , ot your
Kendall's Spavin Cure , acd having a valuable
and epccdy horse which had boon lame from
epaUn lor elgliteen months , I sent to you for
bottle by express , which Iu alx weeks removed
oil laincu"ia and enlargement and a Urgj ipl'nb '
from another horse , and both horses are to-oay
kneouud aa oolts. The ono bottle nag worth to
me one hundred dollars. ItcsptotfuUy
yo'lrs , H. JL , IK KTOLKTT , U. II.
Send for Illustrated circular giving poultivo
proof. Price fl. All DrugiflsU have It or can
get It for you. Dr. 1) ) . J. Kendall & Co * , Pro-
EUROPEAN HOTEL ,
Corner South and Locust Streets ,
S-3P. auoTcriES ovco. .
J H. HURST. - - ( Prop.
Rooms , 7uo. Sl.OOandSl.CO Per Day
An clitrmt Itcstauront Is connected with this
house , where meals ore servvd at reasonable rrlcoa
0 | > tii day and nl ht , mlO-iu
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