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THE DAILY BEE-SArUEDAY , AUGUST o 1882.
O. O. OOobK A : OO ,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
City Market , Council Dlnffj. law ,
WHOLESALE FLOUR HOUSE ,
Oener&t Agent * ( or the Celebrated Hills ol H. D. Hush & Co. . Oolilen K gle Flour , Leavenwoith
Kan as , und Queen lies Mil s. Sioux Fail * , DakoU.
f. t-mlth A Crllt'nden , CVmnell ItluT , fa.
. DB. SE UVClSr ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
STATIONERY AND PRINTER'S GOODS ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
TITLE ABSTRACT 0 F FICE.
OT. 'VW. te Q XT X OR. XI Ac O O.
Lands and Lots Bought and Sold ,
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW HATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND sCONVEYANCERS.
COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA.
ZBL L IRSOZCsT ,
15 North Main Street ,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN SHOE FINDINGS.
Keftdy-Ottw ] upperf , In call ( kin and kin. Oak anil Hemlock SOLK LKATUKU , anil al
eods appertaining tothoiOioo tr de. Oofrd old ai chcapailn thoKftat.
i. EIS' ' BE ! mmW STORE
FOIl STYLISH SPRING MILLINERY PATTERN BONNETS AND
CHILDREN'S HATS A SPECIALTY.
105 South Main Street. Council Bluffs la.
That never require crimping' , nt lira. J , J. Good's Hair Store , at prices nc\cr befero touched by
any other hair dealer. Also a lull line of switches , etc. , at greatly reduced prices. Also gold ,
eihcr and colored nets Wn\c8 nmilo Irom Kdlca' own hair. Do not fall to < M before nurchwlnif
elsewhere. All gooda warranted as represented , MRS. J. J QOO1) ,
29 Main street , Council llluffs , Iowa.
BATHIM HOUSE !
At Bryant's Spring ,
Cor , Broadway and Union Sts ,
Plain , Medicated. V < per , Electric , Plunge ,
Douch , She cr , Hot and Cold Baths Com
petent 'i ale and tiinalo i.ur-ea and attendants
n Us aye on hand , and iho host ofcnio and attin.
tlon K\\cn \ natmua. Special uttjiition KMII to
batning children. estimation aud patronage
eollclteilDR. . A. H STUDLKY & Co. ,
100 Upper Broadway.
Dr. Studloy : Tnnlmeut of chronic diseases
made a specialty.
REMOVED without the
GilCERS drawing ot blood or ueoot
I knlfo. Cures lunjr diseases ,
Fits , Scrofula , Lhcr Com-
A Nm n'iMJi'i ?
iVii BM A i i P'allltt ' > P3y , Khcuma.
TUMORS tl8" > . * ' " on < 1 Hercur-
I U III V II W ifcieores , Erjalpclas , Salt
Rheum , Scald Head , Catarrh , woak. Inflamed
and granulated Ejca , Kcrotuloua Ulcers and Fe
male Disease.- all kinds AUo Kidney and
Tencrlal dlst-ascn. Ilomorrholdaor Pilca cured
All dlicosea treated upon thoprlnciploot\cpot-
able reform , without the U9o ot mercurial pols-
ooa or the knlto.
Electro Vapor or Medicated Batha , turnlshed
who dcalro them.
Hernia or Kupturo radically cured by the use
the Elastic bolt Truss and Piaster , which baa
superior In the world.
CALL O.V OR ADDRESS
Drs , E , Eice and F , D , Miller ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , Ia.
Feed and Sale Stables ,
18 North First Street ,
Bouquet's old stand , Council IluI ! ( < , Iowa.
\VILI.AIID \ SMITH. Prop.
. . ,
Practitioner ol Homeopathy , consulting
Physician and Surgeon ,
Otflco and residence 015 Willow menue , Coun-
cl Bluga , Iowa.
SINTON & WEST.
14 Pearl Street , Council Blufl's.
Extracting and Oiling a specialty. First-class
DR. A. F. HANCHETT ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office , No. 14 1'tarl Street. Houu , 0 a. m. to
2. , and 2 p. m. , to 6 p , m. Itcoldcnto , 120
Bancroft street. Telephonic connection with
F. T. SEYBERT M. D.
. . , . . ,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - IA ,
, ] T - 5k . . Oflico No. 5 , Everett Block , Broad *
* " way , over A. Louio'a lleataurant.
J , A. KOSS , Proprietor.
Corner Broad tray bnd Fourth Street * .
Good accommodations , good fare and cour.
teem treatment. _ _
S. E. MAXON ,
.A. zc , o OEX xxr , aa oor. .
Office over savlnga bank.
OOUNOIlj BLUFFS , . - - Iowa.
W. 0. Jtuues , In connection with hla law and
Collection hualncsubuya and eella real estate.
Persons wishing to buy rr sell city proport > call
t his office , o\cr Dushnell's book store , Pearl
street. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
EDWIN J. ABBOTT.
Justice of the Peace and
Notary Public ,
4l6Broadway , Council Bluffs
Dtedi andmortgagei drawn and ackooul ged
WATER WAVES ,
In Stock and Manufactur
ed to Order.
Waves Made From Your Own Hair.
TOILET ARTICLES ,
All Goods Warranted as
Represented , and Price
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
337 W. Broadway ,
Council Bluffs ; - - - Iowa
MRS , E , J , HARDING , M , D , ,
Graduate of Elcctropathlo Institution , Phila
delphia , Pen 111.
Offlco Our , Broadway & Glenn AYB.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
The treatment of all diseases and puinful dlf-
fluiltlsa peculiar to fou'aloa a BpoclMty.
J. G. TIPTON ,
Attfirney& Counsellor ,
Office over Fir-it National Bank , Council Hlufts ,
Iowa. Will practice In the utato and
Game and Poultry ,
Can alwaja be found a D. DANEHY'H ,
130 Upper Uroadmy
Justice of the Peace ,
314 BROADWAY ,
Ooimoil Bluffs , - - Iowa.
W B , HAYES ,
Loans andEealEstate ,
Proprietor of abstracts of I'ottawattamle
county. Olllco corner of I ) road way and Main
aircctf , Council Blulfa , Io a.
JOHN STEINER , M. D. ,
( DeuUcher Arzt. )
ROOM 6 , EVERETT'S BLOCK ,
nUeaeoa of women and children a epaclalty.
P , J , MONTUOMERY , M , D , ,
FKEB DISPENSAUV EVKUY SATUKDAY.
Office In Everett's block , Pearl troct. Real )
donee OliS Fourth street. Otflco hours from 0 to
2 o. m. , 2 to 4 and 7 08 p.m. Council Huff *
F. C. OLARK ,
Pearl opposite the postofflce. One of
the oldest pratitlonera In Council Ulufls. Batls
Ufactlon ( Tuarantoeil In all canes
DE. F. P. BELLINGER ,
EYE AND EAR SURGEON ,
WITH DU. C1IAKLK3 DECTKEN ,
Oflico our druj ; store , 111 Broadway , Council
Illulln , Iowa. Al dlacasu of the e > o and uir
treated under the most opj > roi.d method and all
JOHN LI0SBT ,
Will practice In all Elite and United UtaUi
Courte , Speaki Oermao lAnKuage ,
The price of mummies wilt rule
for Mine time to came.
The Uofton A < lveni er ! ill. cu lng the
question : "Do HMi vet'pire ! " If fish read
15o ton paper they do.
VIOK * nro o thick In * ome of tin poncU
of Knn .is thitt they hnve to take turn !
Rltting on the grft- all night.
Ikcro ( eno oil WM telling fnt n cent a
gnllon some man who had no clinnco to
sink $ jO,000 in a dally nenipnper would
tfi aiiout ilrhing n new well.
When you buy blackberry jam at the
Rtoccr'a don't ack Mm If it i < mailc of
wormy Res , poft | ic.\clics niul poor brandy.
Itonai never In the fuumlty where ( such
thingjA c put up.
What hng become of all the train rob
bers ? Can it bo txuMblo that the ohot-
RUIIS fuiniOicil trnin hnniU Im-t hail any >
ti.luc todii with bringing abotit this state
of cAlmue 3.
The Milw-uike * man \\lio knocked n
burglnr doun with n shoo Is just solfi'li
enough of hl own cliarnctcr In como out
and explain that the shoo belonged lo hi
I'nglUh bull ilosa ncll all the way from
50 iti SU',000 , but perhajn that's an good
n WAV tota the money at to pquandrr it
In biniiiR mcmbtira of ttatu legltlaturen on
Out ol twenty Xow York doctor * who
were suited to give on optnlunof icowater ,
seventeen dcclnrcd it nil right aanbovcr'
no. The other three ha\o all the practice
they c.in t. kc care of ,
Most iR'oplo who \if-it Xlagara Knlla are
di 'pt > olntcd in the roar , They expect to
hear Romothing like the \olco of a chair-
inth nt a ward caucus.
The gas comiMiiy of Augusta , Oa. , Imi
lowered the price of gis four dilft-rent
timcH xlnco the war , nnrt that , in ) , \ \ lih ut
being kicked into it. Some queer things
happen down Bouth.
> lust the minute an Iowa editor tuna for
oflicc , up stnrtR n barber or sliocumker nn
n rival candidate and beats him out of
ight. That's why Towa editora always
carry such a heart-broken expression.
A New York Btono mason WIVD ho can
supply the truilo with J'gyptlati obelisks
"ooklng to be 0,000 jearu old for STi.OOO n
ihaft. The price is certainly reasonable
for the time ? , und one obelisk is aa good as
It cost this go\ eminent over 5150,000
last year to let the Tndiani experiment on
fanning , and the said Indians riiiscd nlxnit
fifteen cents' woith of corn and n million
dollars' worth of yil ylt
A Milwaukee drug clerk wns whipped
for putting whisky in a prohibitionists
Boda , and the next day lost his situation
because ho lulled to comprehend the Big-
niiictuico of an it.lhientinl citi/eu's wink.
A Spolllnff Match.
Stand up , yo teachen > , now nnd Bpcll ;
Spell phonakistoscope and knell ,
Or take somn rimjile word as chilly ,
Or ganger , or the gmlen lily.
To npell auch words OR syllogism ,
And InchrymoeB and syiichionlsin ,
And Peutnteuch and i-nccliuriuo ,
Apocrypha and cdandinc ,
Ii i tiferuuri and cecity ,
Jejuna and hotncoptMiy ,
Puralysia and chloroform ,
Rhinoceros ntvl pachyderm ,
Meteiiipsycliobiii , gherkins bisque ,
lit certainly no en y ti > skl
JCaleidoHCoimand J'eunessee ,
Kunschatkn and di pen ary ,
Dipthoni ; and erysipelas.
And etiquette and sassafras ,
Infallible and ptyalifin , _
Allopathy and rheumatism ,
And catuclyiim and beleaguer ,
Twelfth , eighteenth , rendezvous , mtrl-
And hostn of other words are found ,
On English and on classic ground ;
Thus , Uehring'a Strait , and Michaelmas ,
Thertnopyla- , Cordilleras ,
Suite , hemorrhage , jalap , and Il.wana ,
Cinquefoil , and ipecacuanaha ,
And liappahanuock , Shennudonh ,
And Schuylkill , and thousand more
Arc1 words that some good spellers misa
In dictionary lands like this ,
Nor need onu think himself a scroyle
If some of thcto his tiforts foil.
The agricultural college at Hanover , N.
II. , will admit women pupils at its next
term , who will be iven u apcual cuurso
of sUidy , including butter and cheese niak
in , ami d tirying in nil its branches.
Pictorial art in one < > f the best nnd most
thorough means of education. The prin
ciple id becoming moro and more recog
nized and uudertoo < i , aa is evinced by the
introduction of object teaching in the
schools of the country.
The colored teachers of Ixmisvillc pass
the mine examination aa do the white
t.'acliers and do as much work afterward
In consideration of tho-o factn the ncliool
b > ard has at list ctpiulized their salaries ,
only two members \oting against the reso-
Since the introduction of the system of
ueU-M'verninent at Amherst the average
Hcholnrehip of the coUe 'o issaid tobemuch
higher limn fonrerly. The faculty are not
opposed to Fecret societieH , but encourage
them as nllies of good order. A spirit of
initnline.s and Helf-relinncolias become pre
valent in the college.
The question of industrial teaching in
the public schools is not yet a settled one ,
in ppite of many loud pri cl-Jinutinns. It
may well beconsideied if it bo worth while
to add anything to the already crowded
course of instruction. It is hardly wise
to promote superficiality. Special techni
cal school * , however , cunnot bo advocated
Instruction in the principles of finance ,
in tbo financial history of our Government ,
in the history of diplomacy , of political
ideas mid methods of local govprnermont ;
in theories nnd methods of taxation , politi
cal ethics , social ccieuce , meteorology , his-
tniical developments of educational sys
tems , economical development of mineral
resources , and public scientific Minev , U
herexfler to bo given In the School of Poli
tical Science of Michigan University.
It U gradually becoming impressed upon
the public that to learn u few timple
things intelligently and with the freshness
of interest und liking is better for a child
than to commit to memory in a perfunc
tory fashion a host of things which inspire
it with nothing but wearinei's und a desire
to gut through quickly and be done with
it. Exact teaching mi ( Fused with honest
enthusiasm is the boon which the future
will bring. The growth of public opinion
in this direction has within the last two
or three years been ast nishlng. The
Tribune congratulates it self that it has
been - . conscientloin factor in this change.
An excellent teacher in northern Iowa
lately gnvo up ) the practice f bin profes
sion and has become a farmer. In com
menting upon thU item The Dea Mofnrs
II gUtereajH ; ' 'Amongall the profesaiomi
the most poorly paid and at the same time
the oue requiring almcitt equal prepara
tion with almost any other , i < < that of
teaching a country school. The salary
usually paid for such work , a work of the
highest order of talent , is wonderfully
meagre when compared with the qualifica
tion * n quired in a successful teacher. The
( mme amount of study , and the same
amount of ability , whl < h make a man a
succetaful school teacher at a salary barely
suflklent to support himrelf in a comforta
ble munnir , would , if expended In the
Btudy and practice of law. or medicine , or
agriculture enable him alter n few years
to travel at leasonhle xueeduloiig the road
to wealth und independence , "
ufifd to say ; "Hoy , If your blood Is out of
order try Jiurdock tea ; " and then they had
to dig the liurdork ami boil it down inket *
tlett , making u nasty , emelllng decoction ;
now you get all the curative properties put
up In u. palatable form in BuunucK lii.oon
lirmiw. Price 81.00 , trial size 10 cents ,
McCOOK.THB PUAIK1E CITY.
A Driof Uovlow of the Enrly Settlement
mont nnd Development of Rod
Corspomlcnceof the lice.
Among the now towns brought inu
oxiMonco by Iho completion of th (
Denver line of the B. it M. JlcCook ,
Neb , , has suddenly sprung in to notice ,
It is located in Hod Willow county ,
nnd is about equally distant from
Denver , Colorado , nnd Lincoln , Neb
About the Oth of List May the Lin <
coin Land company laid out the town
into thirty blocks and started the
boom. The railroad promised tc
mnko it n division station , nnd the
building commenced nt once. The
first building wns orcctod on Mndison
street by 11 , 0. llidor.
Frees & llocknoll are running n
lumber yard nnd hnvo furnished the
greater purt of the building innturial
for the town. They hnvo n plcns.int
ollico , 10x24 , n portion of which is
tompornnly occupied by the bank of
MoUook. Their lumber yard ia very
convenient nnd is complete in itself ,
W. 0 , La Tcnrotte donls in hard
ware , ntovej , iinwnro , oto. Ho wns
formerly located nt Oulbortnon , where
ho wns very populnr among the busi
ness mon , llo will build nil addition
to his store in the fall.
A gonornl stock of merchandise is
kept by llnydun & Co. Mr. Daniels
hns the nmnagoinont of the btisinoas ,
wlitch fact nlono ia n sure guaranteu
thnt it will bo n SUCCORS.
1. J. Stnrbuck hns roiuovod his Inw
business from Indinnoln , nnd mil in
the future mnko McCook his home.
U. Churchill is the proprietor of the
Indinnoln house , nnd i making it
ngrucnblo for the boys , llo is fitting
up the basonii nt of his house for n
A Innro number of dwellings hnvo
been erected nnd ninny moro nro in
process of construction.
The Lincoln land company hnve
sold lots amounting to about $40,000.
The citizens nro very confident thnt
they will hnvo the county sent before
The settlement of Rod Willow
county wns commenced about ton
ycnra ngo. The growth of the popu
lation was not rnpid , us there wn still
too much' unsettled land farther east
tint wns churning the first attention of
the pooplo. In 1878 it wns estimated
thnt there wcro only nbout 900 people
in tho.county , but during the next two
yenrs the population rnpidly increased
to over 3,000. Stock men composed
the largest portion of the population.
Thousands of hund of cnttlo hnvo been
rnisod in the county nnd it is duo to
the profits arising from this particular
line of business thnt the county hns
ncquirnd so much wealth.
At the present time homoitcadors
nre rnpidly taking possession of the
land nnd the cattle men nro being
pushed further west.
Tiio soil is similar in composition to
thatvfojipd-i.il pthoc'ipartn ni TJo-
publican valley , f It will make' good
farm land after it has been subdued ,
but the first yonr or two a fnrmor
could not expect to raise much. We
are inclined to the opinion thnt , like
Hitchcock nnd Dundy counties , it is
best suited to stock raising.
So far as It has boon tasted , sheep
have been found a profitable invest
ment , and it is quite likely that the
number in the county will bo largely
increased within the next year.
McCook is compelled to depend
largely for its future support upon the
settlement of the public lands in the
county. It would by no monna bo n
bad plnn for the citizens of McCook
to form nn association for the promo
tion of emigration into the county ,
and for the protection und assistance
of settlers. A. 0. D.
Mra , Ira Mulbolland , Albany , N. Y. .
writes : "For several years I have suffered
from oft-recurrinc bilioux headaches , dys
pepsia , and complaints peculiar to my BOX ,
Since using your ItuiiDOCK lil.ooalilTTKlts
Iain entirely relieved. " I'rico 61.00 , trial
size ] 0 cents. nugl-dlw
PADDtING THEIR OWN CANOE.
Correspondence of The Ueo.
liupubltcan valley is out-doing her
self , and is regaining all thnt eho has
lost in the past. Not only nro her
crops the finest that have over boon
rnisod in Nobrnskn , but even her
girls are coming to the front und are
worthy of the admiration of the world
as examples of wonderful energy and
perseverance. Two young ladies ,
Annie and Lizzie Klunlc , aged twenty
and Boventeon respectively , have dur
ing the present renion < l.mo all the
work on their farm , whbh is located
about three miles wcit of Oxford ,
liuing thrown upon their own re
sources and compelled to look out for
themselves , they took up n chum and
have supported thommilmi and
mother from the products of their
labor in the field , This summer
they huvo plowed and put. in about
forty acres of corn , doing all the work
themselves. Besides this they have
gome nmnll ( jrain , They do nil their
own mnrkoting and , in fact , nil the
various lnndn of work that pertains tea
a farm. Their farm is kept up in the
best of shnpo and in that respect would
compare very fnvornbly with the farms
adjoining theirs. On many accounts
women are not fitted for hold work ,
but hptv refreshing it is to see those
two girls making their own way in the
world , after contemplating the painted
doll babies who are so tftou found
loading n vapid uxiatonco in the draw
ing room while their mothers do all
No Matter Want Happen *
you may rent assured that you are safe In
being upeedlly cuicd by THOMAS' KCLKO-
n 10 On , , in all canes of rheumatism , neu
ralgia , toothache , cto , One trial only is
necessary to pro\e its eflicacy ,
SocrotH of Uotj-al-Tln.
The Ilas-el-Tin palace has huon de
stroyed by the Uritish fieet. There
are thousands of mun und women
lying buneuth thobluo waters of Alex
andria harbor , who' , if they were
alive , would by no moans regret the
fnct. Innumurablo tales have been
told of the dark deeds donu on the
Hotphorus , which rolls over the ru-
mains of thousands who hnvo falluii
victims to the sack , the bowstring , or
thu cup of poison ; but that fair pal
ace , which but a tow days ago looked
upon the strnnga Ltko ot Mnraotis or
the ono tide , nnd upon Iho fnmoiu
lighthouse of I'hnros on the other ,
has in its time sent forth intvny and
many .1 mysterious boat containing
impassive eunuchs who were bound
to send to the bottom of Alexandria
Hay women nnd mon who loved not
wisely , but too well. Tnko it ns ono
will , nn Oriental hnrem ia n vile spot ,
full of ciimo , selfishness nnd intrigue ,
and of nil eastern harems the Pnlnco
of lUs-til-Tin ( the Crtno of Fign ) wns
not one ol the limst vile.
* # * "Slow nnd steady wins the rn.'o. "
Steadily , but not slowly , Kidney-Wort
is distancing all competition for uni
versal popularity nnd usefulness. This
celebrated remedy can now bo obtain
ed in the usual dry vegetable form , erin
in liquid form. It is put up in the
Inlter wny for the especial convenience
of those who cut not readily prepare it.
It will bo found very concentrated nnd
will net with equal elllciency in either
form. Ui-nd ndvortisi'inont.
The UKST SALVE In the vorld for CnU
rulM's , Sow , Ulcer * , t-nlt llhcuni , Vo
ver Soren , Tetter , Chapped Hands , Chil
hlaina , Coino , and nil t > klu eruptions aiu *
positively cutVH > ilei , It ! guaranteed U
give natii < f.ictlon or money refunded ,
I'rlee , 25 cent * per box. t-'or hnlo by O ,
Murnt Hnlatoil'a Advlco.
To the inquiry : "Which is the
nest correct wny to nsk n young lady
to tnko your nrm , nnd which arm nro
you to oll'ot ? ' Murnt llnlstud replies
ns follows :
Well , ask her to tnko your nrm ; do
not grab her by the elbow , Volt
might gently nnd softly inquire , "Will
you tnko my nrw ? " It is rather sol
emn to say , "Please tnko my nrm"
unless you nro nfrnid she is nbout to
got hurt , nnd you nro substantially
nsking her ti aavo hcr.uilt. In thnt
wny you may , without impertinence ,
show n tender solicitude. Aa to which
nrm to oiler , other things being equal
the ono next your heart. It you nro
taking her out to dinner , something
willdepend on the location of thodining
room nnd your plnco at the table. If
you nro on the street , the safest rule
is to tnko the outside plttco so ns to
servo ns n body-guard ngninst run
away ] ioreo3 , The presence of n few
boys with velocipedes or tricycles on
the sldownlk might chnngo the situa
tion. Above nil things preserve your
composure remember thnt yon nro a
good man nnd bear up bravely.
Hertford's .Acid. Pbonpliato for Al-
Dr. P. P. Gilmnrtin , Detroit , Mich. ,
says ; "I have found it very satisfac
tory in its ofl'ucta , notably in the pros
tration attendant upon alcoholism. "
Edward L. Wilson , nn artist of
Philadnlphin , just returned from
Egypt where ho frequently mot Arabi
Pashiij thus describes the rebellious
, Knyj > tinrjI'Picturo a tall , hcnvy
tacod man , sullen , swarthy , with only
a pretty clear eye to soften the gener
al harshness of expression and a black
moustache to hide a not particularly
finely-carved mouth. His legs ureas
unattractive ns his face. The under
pinning looks too frnil for the rest of
the body. Ho is a bulky nrm , not
pussy or Fulstnflian in girth , but a
broad , thick-chested fallow , built on
iho lobster pattern. Tuko him from
his heavy head to luu spindle legs ,
Arabi Pasha reminds ono moro of a
negro than thu agreeable and pleasant-
faced gentleman one meets among the
Arabs und Egyptians. "
II IB dross wan slovenly on this oc
casion , und his manners were brusque
and anything but attractive. "Tuko
him all in all , " said Mr. Wilson , sum
ming up his impression in eight words ,
"you would never notice him in n
crowd. In fact , " iuid the speaker ,
"he has the air of
a person who re
gards himself na u very big Indian , nn
opinion n stranger would not be likely
to concur in by any moans ut the first
A Vexed Ulerftynmn.
1Cven the patience of .lob would become
exhausted wore he a prnachor nnd endeav
oring to interest his audience while they
wcro keeping up an Incrci.iimt coughing
making it impossible for him to lie heard ,
Yet , how \ ery easy can all this bo avoided
by simply uxing Dr. King's Now Discove
ry for Consumption , Coughx and Colds
Trial liottlo * gucn nway at C. F. Good-
n JI'H drnir Htoro
FORTHE PERMANENT CURE OF
No other dliciuioU BO prevalent In this
country aa Constipation , nnd no remedy
lias over equalled the celebrated KIDNEY *
WOItT an a euro. Whatever the cnnrc ,
howovcr obatlnato the cane , thin remedy
n 111 overcome It.
Tins dlstronlni * complaint -
plaint la very opt to be
complicated with coiutlpallon , Kl Jury-
Wort itrcncthcna the weakened partn nnd
W quickly curca all klnda of men even when
p pliynlclnna nnd modlclncn havol > cforoflill-
cd , t ITIf you liavo olUior of tlicno 1 roubles
Murray Iron forks ,
riHH MILLH ,
The Largest Iron Working Kstabliuh-
ment in the btuto ,
Steam Engines ,
The Howard Automatic Uut-Off
Steam Engiuo ,
Hfml forjlrtul < ir. 211m
MIV/JTARY ACADEMY ,
A Chrlntlwi Family School for IlJju. I'nj'aren
IrrCoilcgu , U icnilllj Nfhiol in Iluuliuiw. Hue
o Oupt , KD , N. KIRK TALCOIT
MorrK H I' rk , Cook Co. , 111. , lot c&t&loxuo.
To the Consumers of : Garriaos &
I have a ooiplata stock of all the Labjsb Stylaa
of Carriiges , Phaetons and Opea and Top Buggies.
Tne Celebrated Brewater Sida Bar ,
The Harolin Side Bar ,
The Whitney Side Bar , and
The Mullhalland Spring. " * ;
The Dexter Queeu Buggy and Phaeton , 4ho the
Old Reliable JBliptic Spring Buggies and Phaetons.
They are all made ot tha best materials , 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-
antea satisfaction and warrant all work ,
H. F. HATTENHAUER ,
Corner Broadway and Seventh Streets.
COUNCILJLUJFFS , IA. _
( Successors to J. W. Rodefer )
WHOLES AL15 AND 11ETAIL DEALERS IN
LAGKAflMA , LEHI&H , BLOSSBUE&
IOWA COAL !
CONNELLSVILLE COKE , CEMENT , LIME , PLASTER , ETC.
Oflico No. 34 Pearl Street , Yards OOP. Eighth Street and
Eleventh Avenue , Council Bluffa.
. T. MAYNE. 0. E. BIAYNE
COUNCIL BLUFFS STEAM FACTORY
BROOMS , BROOM HANDLES ,
CORN MEAL/1GRAHAM FLOUR AND
The Very Beat of Brooms Constantly on Hand.SThe Highest
Market Price Paid for '
Corn , Oats , Rye , Barley
Parties Wishing to Soil Broom Corn Will Please
l & OO.
Irs , J , E , letoalte and Irs , Belle Lewis
Are now dealing In all klndaof fancy goods , such ta Laces , Embroideries , Ladles' Underwo *
ot all ilcscrlptlona. Also llanilkcrc.hlo/e / , hoth In silk and linen , hose ol all Hindi , tbroau , plna ,
nooilloa , itc , Wo hope the laulca will call and ecu our stock of Koods at 6BO llroauway before go
. METCALF BROS. ,
WIIOLKSAM : DKALKHS IN
Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves.
OHIOAQO PRICES DUPLICATED.
fn Avenue B , No , 1902.
( NIUU IIKOAUWAY. )
Clothes gathered up and dolhcruj jiromptly ,
Best of Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Lost ClothtH inulo good ,
NO BETTER LAUNDRY WEST
723 W. Broadway.
LARSON & ANDERSON ,
ThU laundry hujuithoen opened ( or Imil-
IIIW8 , and wo are now pnparcil to do Uiridry
i ork ol all kind ) and guua'itoo tatlatactlon A
pnclolty inulo ol line work , micli an colUn ,
tulU , llnoihlrti , etc. Wo want everybody to
Kit o UK a trial.
LAUSON & ANDKUSON.
J 1) KUMUMHiOV , K , L HIIIIUAHT , A , W BTIIMKT ,
rrJilclunt , Vlco''rc t , t'auliler ,
Of Couuoil BlullV.
Organized under the lanv ol thu State of Iowa.
I'eld up capital . $ 7EorO
Authorized capital . 20UUOO
Interest | ttM on time deportltt. Dmlta Usutd
on thu prlnviptl cltluu ol thu United BtaUn auU
Kuro | > u. bpuilal ntti'iitlon v\\un \ to collottlong
and coirmiuuileiicu with prompt ruturoa.
J. I ) . Kdnmnihon , K. I , . Bhuicart , J. T , Hart ,
\V. W. WtllM * . J. W. Hodlor. 1. A. Jit Iir ,
EA. W , Street , j J > 7dtJ
STARR & BUNCH ,
HOUSE , SIGN ,
TAPER HANGING ,
KALSOMININQ AND GRAINING ,
Shop Corner Broadway and Soott Sfc
HUGHES & TOWSLEE ,
Confectionery , FruitsNuts
Cigars and Tobacco. Fresh
Oysters and Ice Cream in
12 MAIN ST. ,
Ono ot the heat Bitond-cUaa llottla In the
West In the
A. K JMWWN , l'rO | > rUtor.
Nos. 631 and 630 Uroadw ay , Council Illutla , low * .
Table suppllcJ ulth the heat the market of *
lorila. (1 od rooms and Ur&t-claai hodd. Tcrnia
UNION AVENUE HOTEL.
817 Lower Broadway ,
Mrs. C. Gerspacher & Son.
KIUBT CLASS HOTKL AT HKACONABLK
I > IIICK-I. 1UAN8IUKT8 ACCOMMODATED
1IOTKI. rOH 8ALK. GOOD HKA80N8 FOK.
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