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OMB DAILY BEE WEDNESDAY , JULY 2i ( 18
O. O. GOOX2C Sc OCt > .
COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
City Market , Council Elutti , Iowa ,
WHOLESALE FLOUR HOUSE ,
Ocncrel Agents for thB Celebrated Mill * of II. I ) . Itmh.t Co. . Golden Kniflo Floor , L * enwoJlh
K&ncu , and Quern U Mil : ? . slonx Fails , DakoU.
I efucncc. f mHh ft Crl'trriden , ceundl ClutTa , fv
STATIIMSY AND PRINTER'S
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Tlf LE ABSTRACT 0 F F ICE.
or.vsr. . Ui o IT pc sc. aa AC a o.
Lands and Lots Bought and Sold.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW HATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS.
COUNCIL BLUFFS - - - - - - IOWA.
15 Worth Main Street ,
WHOLESAl DEALER 11 } SHOE FINDINGS.
U < dfltttd uppers , lsS ll Bkln mid kip. Oik and Hemlock SOLK LKATllElt , and M
ooilii appertaining totlicuho-MLf > do. > doold nq chc-ip M In thoDnt.
'IORBJS' ' Biff IILLIIERT STORE
FOH SITLISU SPRING MILLINERY. PATTERN BONNETS AND
CHILDREN'S IIATS A SPECIALTY.
105 South Main Street. Council Bluffs la.
That never rtnulro crimping , at Mrs. J. J. Good's Hair Store , at prices never ticfero touched \iy \
ny other hair dealer. ' AUo a full line of ev.ltclicg , etc. , nt ( .rcatly reduced prlcuu. Aluocold ,
BlUer and colored nets Wares made from hdlos' own hair. Da not fall to call bctcro purehulng
elsewhere. All Roodn warranted R9 represented. MUS. J. J. HOOD ,
24 Malnetrcci , Council lllufft , loua.
BiTHIM HOUSE !
At Bryant's Spring ,
Cor , Broadway ami Union Sts.
Plin ! , Medicated , V per , Electric , 1'lungo ,
Docch , fahimor , Hot and Cold lV.li3 Com
petent * ale anil trnulo iiiir > o9 and ut'cndants
Always on hand , and the boat of ra onnd atten
tion tfvcm ratrono. Special ntt ntlcn given to
batutmr children. Investigation aud patronage
DR. A. II STHDLEV & Co. ,
IOC Upper Broadway.
Dr. Studley : Trtattnout of chronic diseases
made a ruccUlty. _ _
"fcTniilTJPI 1U5MOVKD without the
06 W I H N drawliijr of blood or use of
O.il UUJLbk ) hnlle. Cures Inn ? diseases ,
* wr rvpupn Fits , Scrofula , Llor Com-
. . X l''alllt' Dron-y , Hhcuina-
T II M ft H S thru , Fever and Jlercur-
I W III U II W
( ll | 90rop Erysipelas. Salt
Uiujuin , Scald Hold , CiUirh , weak , Inllamcd
and granulated EjcscrofulouaUlcorsiaiid io-
cialci Didraso of all kinds. Also Kidney and
VeneriM ds : = ase3. He Jiorrhoida or 1'iU-a cured
Ad diseases treated upon the principle ! veget
able reform , without the use of mercurial pois
ons or the knifu.
Electro Vapor or Jlsdlcatod Baths , furnished
( who desire them.
Hernia or Kupturo radically cured by the UEO
the Elastic bolt Truss and t'laster , which boa
superior In the world.
CALL O.V Oil ADDHES3
DPS , fi , EiceSuf F.'OrMiller ,
COUNOIL BLUFFS , 1st.
Feed and Sale Stables ,
13 North Fi < at Street ,
Bouauot H old Ktund , Cdtintll 1 ! ul-i , Iowa.
WILLAUU SMITH. Prop.
. . ,
Practitioner of Homeopathy , consulting
Physician aud Surgeon ,
Oflleo nd rssldenco B16Vlllow Avenue , Comi-
cl tlluffa , Iowa.
SINTON & WEST.
14 Pearl Street , Council Bluffa.
Eitractlnunnd Oiling a epoclilty. Hrst-class
JJB. A. P. HANCHEXT ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Olttco.No. 14 Pearl Htrcet. HOUJD , U u. IB. to
2 , , and 2 p. ill. , to a p , ra. Kiwidcnco , 120
Bancroft Htrcet. Telephonic connection ulth
F. T. SEYBERT M. D
. . , . , ,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - IA.
Ollico No. 5 , Evurott Block , Broadway -
way , over A. Louio'a Kcstnurunt.
J. A. BOSS , Proprietor.
Corner Broadway and Fourth Streets.
Oood accommodations , good fare and cour
S. E. MAXON ,
Office over savings bank
COUNCIL. BLUFFS , - - Iowa.
LJ I rt I im *
W. U. Janua , In connection with bis law and
eollcctlou builnCHa buys and als ! real ( .state ,
Persons wishing to bu ) ci cell city property call
at bin office , over Bueknell'd book fctoru , Pe&rl
itroot. _ . _
EDWIN J. ABBOTT ,
Justice ot the Peace and
4l6Broadway , Council Bluffs
dra u , ud acltnowl
WATER WAVES ,
In Stock and Manufactur
ed to Order.
Waves Made From Your Own Unir.
TOILET ARTICLES ,
All Goods Warranted as
Represented , and Prices
[ YJR3. D. A. B ELiECT ,
337 "W. Broadway ,
Council Bluffs Iowa
; - - -
, E , J , HARDING , M , D
Graduate of Elcctroptthlc Institution , Phila
delphia , Penun.
Office Cur , Broadway & Glenn Ave.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
The treatment of ell diseases and pMnful dtf-
Ocultlos peculiar to f iralea a epocUlty.
J. G. TIPTON ,
Attorney & Oounsellor ,
Office over Flrit National lltnk , Council Bluffs.
Iowa. Will practice In tnu state and federal
Same aud Poultry ,
Can always be found a 0. DANEHY't' ,
130 Upper Broadway
Justice of the Peace ,
314 BROADWAY ,
Council Bluffs , - - Iowa.
W. B. MAYE8 ,
Loans andEealEstate ,
Proprietor of abstracts of I'ottawattamto
county. Office corner of Broadway and Main
slrccliQfiuncll Bluffs , Iowa.
JOHN STEINER , M. D , ,
( Deuteclier Ant. )
ROOM B , EVERETT'S BLOCK ,
i/lecatea of women and children a upoclalty.
P , J , MONTBOMEBY , M , D , ,
FREE DIHI-ENSAKY EVBUY SATUHDAY.
Offlcaln Everett's Mock , Pearl treet. Itcul ]
donee 6tiS Fourth street. Office bourg from 0 to
2 a. in. , 2 to 4 aud 7 o 8 p. m , Council > luffj
F. G. CLARJ "
Pearl ippoxlte the poatofflce. One of
the oldest practitioners In Council Ulutfi. Balls-
Islictlon puirinteud In all cases
DE. F. P. BELLINGER ,
EYE AND EAR SURGEON ,
WITH DH. CHARLES DECTKEN.
Office over dnir store , 411 Broadway , Council
Illuffd , Iowa. Al di casea of the ju and car
Ucited under the moat approt ul method and all
JOHN LIHOT ,
Will practice In nil Elite and United States
Court * . Speaks German Language
A Conversation with nn Knthusloa-
TopckaSpoc'al to The Chicago Tilbune ,
The thrcshiiiR-mncliincs run long
hours now , jiul whont is shipping nut
of the Arknufins aud Cottonwool ! Vftl-
leys as fiut 113 the Rrnin ia thronlied.
Far in or a show littlu disposition _ to
'hold. " Prices , therefore , are fnirly
governed by supply and dotrmnd , nnd ,
altliouxli Vfiluca have lately fiillun ,
thcro Is no Inck of inurkctablo j rnin
superior In quality to anyttiiny over
raised in Kntmns before. Three days
O your corroapoudunt was in Hutchinson -
inson , Reno county , nnd Baw crossini ;
the bridge tlmt spnits the Arkansa.i
UiviT at tlmt plnco n line of twelve
farmers' wu oiia laden with wheat.
Curiosity impelled linn to inquire of
ach driver what his wheat had yield *
od. Twenty-three bushels per ncio
was the lowest figure reported.
'I have 100 neros , " snkl ono nmn ,
"and it 1ms yielded 2 , ! 00 bushels ' '
The earlier indications of mi under-
vstimntn by the Hoard of Ai'tioulturo ,
which averaged the State yield nt
twenty busluils , are ooutirmod by in-
foriuntion now to hand. Thu board is
in daily receipt of letters from corre-
spotulontu saying they have reported
less fhau the ne'ual product in their
countiis. If ciruuhtrn were to-rfny
dispatched to thu olllcml uorruipond.
onts there ia no doubt that they would
incrousu their former tAtitrmted yield
per acre by from 15 tn 20 per cent.
Mr .1. P. Grhwold , of the Shawnee -
nee Mills , Topuka , speaking to-day of
the quality ot this year's gruin aud the
indicntioiiH of the market , said to your
' Wo have received no wheat yet
tlmt has weighed lees than sixty
pounds. Some of it goes conaidira-
bly over that. The grain ia nil plump
and bright nnd
I'Att A11EAU OF ANYTHINO
the state has over before raised. Wo
have hoard a good deal about the
wheat of 1878 , which wns a year of
splendid crops , but there were n
grout many of very thin fields and
bud wheat then , although the yield ,
taken as a whole , was the bus. one
Knnuns tanners had experienced. Now
them are no pieces to speak of that
have not reaped a bountiful crop. Wo
are just getting in some whu.it tlmt
xras raised on bottom land i\ few uilloi
east of Topekti. Mr. Thomas had 23
acres of it , and it wont 42 husholn to
the iicru. I don't know of n bad wheat
field in the county , while an for the
grain ulong the line of the Atchioon ,
Topeka & S nta Fo railroad , though
thrashing ia not completed , the pros
peots lire very bright. Mos of the
grain raised there will grade No. 'J , a
distinct advance on former years , and
aomo will weigh more than the regu
lation sixty pounds , and bo inspected
as No. 1.
"What do you pay for the best
wheat ? "
"From 75 to 85 cents nt present.
Wo gave more for earlier consicn-
ments. As far ns I can judge the
farmers are not holding. Some of
them need the monov and all of them
think prices will not bo lighter. I i:4-
cline to that opinion also , yet on the
other hand 1 do not believe there will
bo any grout full below present fi urrs.
It a glut should suddenly occur owing
to n deslro for immediate aalo when
thrashing is finished , why there might
bo a falling market. Uut the Kansas
outlook is so much better than that of
other States that
THE LIKELIHOOD OF A 1'ANIC
is not groat. I am glad to see the at
tention which our crops are this year
attracting all over the country. Kan
sas baa borne much injustice in the
paat , but people appreciate its wonder
ful resources now. "
"Thu grain that it shipped out of
the Ststo seeks what outlet ? "
"Chicago takes moat of it. St.
Louis is too alow , holding out no in
ducement to the shipper. Chicago
ofl'ura from ono to threu cento more a
bushel. Kansas City gives good prices ,
too , but I was speaking of markets
further cost Whatever complaints
the farmers may have made and what
ever outcry may have boon sounded
by a few newspapers , the truth roa'ly '
is that Kansas City commission mon
last year offered more than they could
aflbi d to do , and BO helped rather than
hurt the farmer. The revision made
by the Chicago Board of Trade allow
ing No. 2 winter , which is in reality a
better whout than No. 2 spring , to
taka the place of the latter in future
deliveries has , however , now turneU
the tide of Kansas wheat toward that
EvJls to bo Avoided-
Over-eating is in ono reuse as productive
of evil as Intemperance indrinkiue. Avoid
both , nnil keep the blued purified with
BuiinocK BLOOD BITTEKS , and you will lie
rewarded with robust health and an invii'-
ored system. Price 8100. jyi.j-dlw !
A Precious ( Stone Pound In Goorala.
Near Nnrcroes there resides nn old
Gorman geologist who loves to live
among the peculiar specimens of min
eral and vegetable matter which ho
has unearthed and houaod. lloiinn
elderly gentleman of little sociability ,
but of great mental acquirements ,
ilia physical endurance is simply
astonishing. For days at a time ho
wanders over the hills and through
the dales near his homo , collecting
rocks and stones , limbs and roots , the
properties and qualities of which are
unknown to all but himself. The
room In which his collection ia is won
derful. In ono receptacle are
arranged u number of stones whoso
bright rays remind the observer of
diamondc. In the centre of this lone
room thuru rests H atonu half the aizo
of a hen egg , which wan picked up by
thu owner months and months aio ,
It was found by ita owner one rainy
afternoon , For nearly a week ho had
boon on a tramp through the hills and
dales near his homo , and , weary with
hia ceaseless toil , he was wending hia
way homo , when hia eyes fell upon
something from which the rays of thu
sun were scattered in a thousand di
With llttlo thought of what ho was
doing , the geologist stooped down
and picked up the object. It was
nearly half the size of a hen's cg' < , nnd
of an irregular shape , It waa covered
in many placea with thick heavy clay ,
which was removed with great care.
It was found to bo exceedingly hard ,
and whenever struck with a hard sub
stance gave forth but littlu sound , It
was almost colorless with now and
then u tinge of green. Ita form wu
that of an octahedron , but some of
the faces or'sides wore icnlinod to bo
convex , while the edges wore curved.
It was subjected to acids and alkalies
without experiencing any perceptible
change. Some friends induced him
to place it on the market , nnd only
day or two ago ho received loiter
from A diamond denier iu Now York
offering him $40,000 for it ,
A Friend In Nnod
Time over nnd nnanTt ! ) JMAV
IL has proved n salntnry friend tn the
dintro'sed , As n reliable curative for
croup In children , sera throat _ nnd bron-
cblitl rtfToctlcmo , and n < A positive external
remedy for pain , It is n novor-fsilinc ; anti
dote , iyltfi.dlw
Snoop Culture ,
The profits on sheep raising are ac
knowledged by everybody , but few of
them seldom think of the actual
pr h'ta. Take thu following tabular
ntniomont , for Instance. Oon. Frank
Chatham , of Tennessee , in the fall of
1800 bought eleven uwca nnd a buck ,
paying for them $24 Since then Ins
fttunly , which is a largo one , have had
all ( ho nquinto mutton nnd lamb for
tabloand liuvo sold shoot ) niid [ < roul ns
1SIV.I , sold wool $ 87 HI
1870 , BdM wool -Ill OS
1871 , Bold wool 77 73
1872 , old wool U.i : 17
1873 , sold wool 01 Oil
1H74 , sold MOO ! 123 ! 00
1875 , oolil wool V71I : ti
1875 , HI nhcop 157 85
1870. cold wool : i ? ( ? 10
187ii , 87 yearling Umb. . Wl 02
1877 , M mnilu 10200
1878 , snld wool 241 00
1878 , f. : 1 imbs 102 Oil
187 ! * , UinlM 7300
187D , Uiulm1 wool 32 ( Vi
187D , 1 < 0 OWOH 300(0
1870 , VI ewei 11150
l&ii10 oxves 100 00
lt-80 , stild wool 1 ( > ! ) 50
ISM ) , 82 lambs 55 01
1881 , sold wool ! ) OCO
In conclusion , the general says : "I
now , March 1 , 188 ! ! , have on ht > nd ,
in line condition , 100 head of young
lioulthy owes , 100 of which wilt biing
lambs during thu next nix weeks. 1
liiwii rarely over fed my sheep during
the winter , only when the ground wns
covered with snow , when I have
gtvun thum A bundle of oats. Doni-
"Promptly nnd Entirely. "
BUTLKUVILLI : , Ind. , Juno 14 , 1881.
11. IT. WAUNKK .ft Oo : Siui Your
Safe Kidney and Liver Ouro relieved
mo promptly and entirely from severe
diuoiisos of the kidneys .and liver.
julSodlw JULIUS BIYKH. :
Andy Johnuon'a QIUUH of Poker vrlth
LouUv I o Cotumcrdnl.
'JJohnson was a fmo poker player ,
one of the best in Tennessee , lie
used to tell of a game he played with
Grant in 18GU. Grant was then at
Washington , and visited the President
ono night. After a short talk , John
son proposed a game of poker. Grant ,
who waa an inveterate player then ,
jumped at the chance. Cards were
brought , nnd they began to play ?
Grant lost steadily nnd heavily. The
game was § 1. call S3 and no limit. At
last Grant'said : 'Johnson , I will play
you ono more deal around nnd wo will
quit ; I am tired of this d u fool
ishness. ' Johnson dealt and wouldn't
come in. They made it a jack-pot.
"Tho jackpotwont on increasing
in size ; neither cculd open it. At last
thorp was ? Ci in the pot. Grant waa
dealing. Johnson picked up hia cards ;
ho had two pair , ucos up. Grant
looked at his cards and quietly laid
them down. Johnson snid :
" 'I will open her for § 20. '
"Grant , without moving a muscle
of his cast-iron countenance , leaned
back in his chair and said alowly , look
ing at his cards nil the time :
" 'I will have to raise you ? 50 ,
Andy , I can't help it , '
"Johnson was u little aurprieod , but
stood the raise. Grunt asked him
how many cards ho wanted.
' "I just want ono ; how many do
you want ? '
' "Eh1 ? said Grant , carelessly , 'I
doi.'t want any this time. '
"Johnson picked up his card. It
was an nee. lie bet $100.
" 'I will BOO your § 100 , Andy , and
raise her 82,000. '
"Johnson aaid , afterward , the bet
came near taking thn breath away
from him ; but something told him
Grant was blufling. Do felt a pre
sentment that ho was.
' Grant , I will BOO your § 2,000
and raise her $000 , '
"Grant clenched his tooth , and hie
lips camp together like n stool trap
" I will aeo your § 500 and go you
? 5,000 bolter. ' 'I got a Jittlo soared , '
aaya Johnaon , 'and thought that may
bo ho had fours on mo. So I said ,
'I'll just call you , what have you got ?
'Jack high , ' Bays Grant , and with an
oath jumped up from the table , got
hia hut nnd loit , giving Johnson his
note for all ho had lost. "
Prank liarclul. North Jienmtt pcot.tr
Buffalo , eaye : " 1 have tried your SIMIINO
BI.OHHOM an a family medicine anil have
never como across anything to do HO much
Riiod in BO short n time in canoa of Inclines-
lion , dyonepaia and derangement of the
Btomach ; I HtroiiKlv recommend It. " Price
50 cents : trial bottles 10 cents.
Traveling In Mexico.
Oorrcpootlenco of Iliu iian Francisco Argonaut.
When ono travels in Mexico ho
must avail himself of the diligence ,
or provide himself with a mulo. I
rode a mule , You must carry all your
conveniences with you knife , fork ,
spoon , towels , soap , candleH , collVie or
: hocolato and your camp bedstead , un
less you want to sleep on a board.
You roll your clotlu < up in y < ur blan
ket and tie u on behind your aaddlo.
The rest you put in u pair of saddlebags -
bags , called cautious , that hang on the
horn of the saddle in front. From
not finding knives and forka where
you stop in the mining towns , ono
must not think thcao people oat with
their fingers. With every meal tliny
have tort-illuH ( the tortilla with trijolen
ia the universal etuplo of food ) , which
they tear into piccua , nnd witn which
they scoop up the other food , oatint ;
the tortilla and food nil together. So
they have a saying , that they ought to
bo the richest people in the world , for
they eat up u spoon nt every meal.
August u one of the months of the
rainy Benson. Over thu entire face of
the country the rain falls once a day
this soaton of the year , It ia rate
for it to rain at all before noon , and
thu more usual hour is toward 2 p , in ,
Often only two or three heavy showers
piaa over. True , the water tlmt falls
ia comparatively enormous , coming
down iu torrents of immense
forming n curtain Mint may hide coin
plotriy objects hir4f a mile distant
Only Iriroo or four days during the
season ( Iocs the raiir hold ou steadily
into the niqht , and rcJl the forenoon is
brillinnt mid beautiful , and of n very
deliKhtfur toinpornture-aoldom hot
It is n line tight to eoo ono of tlu's
afternoon storms when yt > u nro on to
of ono of tire ranir.es. Gfortous heap
of white vapor begin rolling upsomo
massive , towering nbovo the rest , in
which you can nhnost ser how the
chilled column of nir is shot up nbovo
the rest by the ftlopo of some moun
tain peak. Then thu musses darken
nt point. * , nnd Ie5 down n diwk gray
curtain , which yon know is rain. You
IHMU the thunder b innlug to roll ,
nnd all the while are yourself ia n
tl led of sunlight , Hiul refreshed by the
cool nir of thn npprmchinu ; ntnrm.
I'ha storm commonly rolls "aw , y u
suddenly at it c.tmo.
The uiHgiiiliconco of the scenery in
the L'ntiio dietrict is iudoacnhthlo es
pecmlly lu < n ono i passing over I hf-jo
r.tngorj , nnd plmiijiiin into cxtmdni of
the Hunt picturesque sort , rank with
i atniuiM ) vegetation. The pines and
oaUsniotntuutcd anil poor , hut thu
mamUlronos and other tiuoa are
spliMidid , One of the eiininoiio.it
wild trees is the gauva Quo noon
iliem everywhorii , ojvorcd with fruit ,
which , \ \ bile it maki'.M n delicious jolly ,
; aitos like ] u mom apnkv The coun
try is n pnradiso in no hyborbolic
( temp , where every ptospoct pleases ;
mil only roiuU are vilo. Rjnils did 1
nay ? Tlioru is not 0110 wagon road in
all Jajhsco. The line old paved roada
if thu Spaiiiaula nro now mule traiU
; ollowing the buds of torrents , and the
uviuir. atones have boon used to mend
; ho stone fencca around thu corn
Where wheeled vehicles nro not in
use , the nrriuro , or owner of pack
uulcs , ia naturally it pursjn of much
\nd doMorvod eons deration. To bu-
; iu with , ho ia n citizen of lueaue ; in
ho next plntv , ho in punctilijualy
liouoat both sources of distinction in
nuy country. His work is very hard ,
nnd his life n rough ono. A pack
lain doiniiiuls patience , and tits never
'ails , Ho could not jjct on if ho did.
The pack will , from timu to time , tet
disarranged andac the lirdtaymptomof
disarrangDiuent that mule must bo got
nit of thu line and iu-paoked. This
sometimes happens in places where
; ho mule cumot leave the lino. Thmi
irou will sou the arrioro clap his shoul
der to the loosened pack , nnd preca up
onu of these heavy trails till lie
reaches a place where the mule can
Bland at ono aide. To pack , or rear
range : v pack , requires two
mon ; he cries out nnd thu
next mm comes tumbling up or down
the mountain , ns .ho caM ) miiy bit ,
moro like n goat than a human being
: o lend a hand Hm honesty ia pro
fessional of course. lltu business
could not go ou with nuy deviation ,
lowover trilling , from scrupulous ac
countability. He carries imat of the
measure about thu country. From
.ho mining districts , n tronxuro train
[ conductu ) , with regular guard , goes
once n month to the .mint. But once
coined , the nrrioio becomes the chan-
10 ! of remittance. The dilligonco is
robbed Bometimes , though not nearly
as often ns an Arizona
stage , but the nrroiro'a train
very rarely. lie is vigilant and
armed of course. Ho occasion
ally loses a mule , but that is more apt
to bo in the town , where vigilance is
relaxed , than on the road. On the
read ho is a rough and tough-looking
customer , alwnys.pleaaant nnd oblig
ing , however ; but when you moot him
in town , ho may bo in broadcloth , nnd
at your merchant's hnuso ns n guest.
As in California in llio "old time , "
you must not judge anybody by his
garments on the road. The well-
Jreesed man is frequently ono of the
traveling mo/.oa or narvnntn , who are
giving to making nn appearance like
the drn oniun in Syria , while the
weathcr-baalon , travel-stained man
may bo a baciuudoro or a merchant.
As to some of thu trails , they nro
something of which H mere diacription
will give no idea whatever. In places
you shout before entering the trail ,
for if two animala should meet on it ,
there io a slim chance of baing able
to return , nnd none of puaiiug. liut
thu eh lid nnd canudns are something
tremendous great mnaiuii of fitonoa
tlirowjn and writhed in a confusion
that no fancy can adequately picture ,
wuilo high above and beyond all the
ratid cordillura of the Sierra Madre
i-iaoa to the sky. In the wildest and
least acccssiblo ijpot nro found ( amuug
crags and plunging down into cliuHiiib )
the mining works of the old
Spaniard the conquistador. Noth
ing clso raises BO lively n HOIISO
of his Biiporhuman energy nnd in
domitable strength , both of body and
will , us to trace his minim ; works
among these mountaiiiH. True , he
did it by the hauda of slaves ho en
slaved u whole population , ono num
bering millions ; but when you roalixo
on tlio ground ull that thi enslave
ment implies , it udds to the greatness
of hia nchu-vcmoutii moro than it do-
: nicl from thorn. The conquoat of
[ ndia is a feat tlmt da//len iinagina-
, ion , It waa fur less n feat than that
of the Spania d who conquered the
[ ndian first and nature afterward.
Worthy oi Prutun.
As a rule wu no not recommend Patent
Modiclnoti , but when wo know of ono that
really In a public bonefnctbr. nnd il'ion
Kwltivoly cine , then we consider It our
luty to impart that information to all.
Clectrlc HiUeru are truly a iniwt valuable
nnllclno , and will miruly euro JllloUHiie .
'a-er and A iie , Stomach , Liver and
vldnoy Complain x , ovrn were nil other
rumodlcs fail. Wfl Icuow wcreof wunprak ,
mil can fnioly recoinintiitl them to ull.
Jxt-li. Sold at lilty i-entn u bottle , by
J. V fjoiulmiui.
PLAITING IACHIBE I
K' OOMPAHIOH ,
It plailu lo.ii l-.lnt & a ( licit to
ttdin III tin..irHtiit fi'lll ( r llr.u st aVn \
llfloeHi.ll Mm ! * viJuijk' el jla''lij ' , ; In use.
KQ l d./ tint iJo > i > > rnwn 'Iridi nulluj c o
iCjcJ M c'o nlltaint onanlcu pbitlni ; It
ui < ! cut of fkiiilou , If w in It wilt lUjlI. FBI
U hliim , Rlrrular t ur AitenV turoit iddrnzi !
OONGAR & CO. ,
Ilianu mciiiuor nip rolcn for the unti-iiioupolj
league , rxintaliiliiK utatcihuit of jirlnciplo nu-t-
tiodi of pruouduro and liibtructloni how to vrmii'
Izu will Uwnt on upplicatlou to (1 , U , Uftlo.
U ei roy , N.fc Uplf < l mr _ Zlil ! _
"WINI ; . U. w/tliuui
11 uuif i * ; i luiiiy | | lioi
To the OoDsumers of Carriages & Uuggies ,
I have a coupbt'3 stock of all the
of Cfirriiges , Phaetons and Opsi and Top Bugg oa ,
Cons rating of
Oelobratei Braw tsr Sid3 Bar ,
The Ha'nliu Side Bar ,
The Whitney Side Bar , and
The Muilhalland Spring.
The Dexter Queen Buggy and Phaeton Also the
Old Rel able .tilipuo Spring Buggies and Phaetons.
They are-jl ! made ot th-j best materials , aid un
der my own supervision ,
I should bo pleased fo have those desirous of pur
chasing to oa I 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. Eodofer )
WHOLHSALIS A > D RETAIL JVKALKUS IN
LAOKAWMA , LEHIGH , BLOSSBURO-
CONNELLSV1LLE COKE , CEMENT , LIME , PLASTER , ETC.
Office No. 34 Pearl Street , Yarda Oor. EiRhtb Street and
Eleventh AVHUUM , Onunoil Blufl'n.
P. T. MAYNE. C. E. MAYNE
COUNCIL BLUFFS STEAM FACTORY
BROOMS , BROOM HANDLES ,
CORN MEAL , GRAHAM FLOUR AND
The Very Best of Brooms Constantly on Hand. The Hlghent
Market Price Paid for
Oorn , Oats , Rye , Barley
Parties Wishing to Sell Broom Corn Will Ploaae
Send Sample. t r
Irs , J , E. Metcalfe and Irs , Belle Lewis
Are now dealing1 In all lilndiof fancy gooilB , eticli e I-accn , Kmbroldcrlcg , Ladles' Underwot
of all dcBcrlptloim. AUoliandVerclilu.'B , both In Mlli and linen , lioeo of all Hindi , thread , pine ,
noodluii , ito. VVo hope the Union will cull and ecobur stock at gooda nt ISO Ilroadway before go
lig oinowhero. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
METOALF BROS. ,
WHOLESALE DKALKIlBj. IN /
Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves.
CHICAGO PRIDES DUPLICATED ,
Cn Avenue B , No. 1902.
INIUH IIKOtlJWAY. )
ClotlioD natlioroj up and ilolhcrcj promptly.
Best of Satisfaction Guarantee J.
Ixiat ClotliCB made Rood ,
NO BETTER LADNDEY WEST
OT. OT. 3EC.TTJDX > .
723 W. Broadway.
LARSON & ANDERSON ,
ThU laundryIIM Ju f. been opi-nod for liunl-
no * ' , and woaioii3 r priparul to do Uinilry
vrjrk of all klndmind KII irantco mttUfactlon A
poclAlty iimilo of llnu work , uich M collars ,
.nils , llnutlilrU , tto. Wo want everybody to
Kivo ui a tri.il
LAHSON & ANDERSON.
I | ) fllMUMMO.N , K L KIII1UAHT. A W HTItKET ,
Of Coimoll BluU' < i.
Organized undir the 'Wi of the Statu of Iowa.
Ptlil up ctipllal . $ 7G,0'0
AntliotliLcl caplml . 'JOU.UOO
I nt trout paid on tl'r.a dcpinltt , Drulta Uturd
on thu prliidpil u'tl.l rf tl u I'nUod Hiatca ucil
Kuropu , hpuclal uttrnlion fhon to vollottlonii
and uo > ri puduncu with | ronijit returos.
J. U. Kdmund'on. K. L.HIiujdtl. J , T , Hart ,
W. ' . Wkllu-M , J.V. . Uodlor , I. A. Ml Icr ,
A. W. btrut , . J,7dif
STARR & BUNCH ,
HOUSE , SIGN ,
PAPER HANGING ,
KALSOMININQ AND BEAINING ,
Shop Oornor Broadway and Scott Sk
HUGHES & TOWSLEE ,
Confectionery , FruitsWuts
Cigars and Tobacco. Fresh
Oyaters and Ice Cream in
12 MAIN ST. ,
Olio of thu bbdi Httond-cluid Itotcld In the
Went U tbo
A. E 11UWN , I'roprlttor.
Hos. 631 and 08(1 ItroiJway.i ouncll llluffn , Iowa.
Table Biippllid with the beat the market af
ford * . ( Koil rooms unj first-did * tieiin , Terms
UNION AVENUE HOTEL
817 Lower Broadway ,
Mrs. C. Gerspacher & Son.
rJHST CLAi-S HOIEr. AT KKAEONAULB
1UUUK4. TilANSlKMfl ACCOM MOUATEU
110TKL. fOU UALK. G001J Ub'A80 8 IW
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