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THE DAILY BEE TUESDAY OCTOBER 17
HI. 333 ,
WHOLKSALK AND HKTAIL
STATIONERY AND PRINTER'S GOODS ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
TITLE ABSTRACT 0 F F ! GE.
T. XV * > TO" X 3EC IE ! < C3 O
Lands and Lots Bought and Sold ,
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS . IOWA ,
HENRY BEECROFT ,
MAIN STREET LIVERY STABLE ,
HEN HOOKHS' OLD STAND.
II u l I conHnun running hit cit ) llcolo allpartaof fie city. All orders promptly attended
io , LOW CIIAUO- 01 AUAN TLKD Xc Block conn anttjrecclud. . _ _
D. M. CONNELL ,
Funeral Dire.ctor and Undertaker.
No. 17 , North Main Street. Council Bluffs
Call ) promptly annwered at nil bourn , nlitht or d y. Now hearao anil London cnrrliwcca direct
from the factory ro run In connection therewith.
That never require crimping , at .Mra. J , J , Good's Hair Store , at prices never belcro touched by
ny other hair dealer. Also a tull line of switches , ct < \ atfiruatly reduced prices. Also gold ,
liver and colored nets.Vac made from ladles' own hair. l > o not fall to call before purchasing
* l ewhere. All ( roods wairanlod as represented. MKS. J. J. (10O1 > ,
29 Main street. Council Hindu , Iowa.
UNION BAKERY ,
517 SOUT MAIN STREET.
THB BEST BREAD IK THE CITY. None but first-cluss Bakori
employed. Bread , Cake , Pies , itc. , delivered to any part of the city. Out
Wagons run all day ,
P. AYRES , Proprietor.
No. 530 , BROADWAY , ( Palmer's Block.
Between Gth and 7th streets.
Our Motto : Strict cleanliness , the bo't quality of meals , and lowest possllilo jir'cca. Stoats de-
Ivcrnl to any partof the cit\ . Come and eeo our new shop.
At Bryant's Spring ,
Dor , Broadway and Union Sts.
Plain , Medicated. Vapor , Electric , Plunge ,
Doucb , Shower , Hot and Cold liith ? C'om-
] > otent nialo and lemalo nurea and attendants
hv )8 on hand , and the bout ot rare and atten
tion given patrons. Special attention eien to
battling children. Investigation aud patronise
solicited.DR. . A. H STDDLKY & Co. ,
100 Upper Broadway.
Dr. Studloy : Treatment ot chronic diseases
made a specialty.
| . REMOVED without the
GABS drawing of blood or uao of
I knllc. Gurcs lunp dleeoses ,
OTHV1I Fits , Scrofula , Liver Coin-
p _ mm M J. i p'alnt ' , Dropuy , Rhouma-
T II M n R S "Bin , Foer and Morcur-
I W III U II W U ) gore3i Erysipelas , Salt
Rheum , Scald Held , Cata'rh , weak. Inflamed
and granulated Eyes , scrofulous Ulcers and Fe
male Disease ) of nil kinds. Also Kidney and
Venerlal diseases. Hemorrhoids or Files cured
All diseases treated upon the principle of vo et-
Urefonn , without the use of mercurial pols-
7ns or the knife.
Kloctro Vapor or Mdlcatod I5ath , furnlshod
who dealro thorn.
Hernia or Rupture radically cured hy the 1190
the Elastic belt Truss and 1'laitcr , which has
superior la the world.
CALL O.V OR ADDRESS
Drs , E , Rico and F , C , Miller ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , Ia.
SINTON & WEST.
14 Pearl Street , Cauncil Bluffs.
Extracting and flUIng a i > i > cclalty. Flrat-cla 8
DR. A. P. HANCHETT ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Offlc , No. H Pearl Stract. Ilotus , 0 a. m. to
2. , and 2 p , m , , to f > p , m. Kealdoiice , 120
UnncroU street. Telephonic connection with
J. M. PALMEK ,
AND LOAN AGENT ,
COUNCIL BjUlFFS , IOW
W.D.STILLMAN i j
Piuctltloner of Hcmeopatliy , consulting
ysician and Surgeon ,
OtHco ndrtsIdencofllB Willow irenuc , Couu-
ti , Iowa.
F. T. SEYBERT , M. D , ,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - IA ,
Ottico No , 0 , Everett Block , Broadway -
way , oyor A. Louio'a Restaurant.
S. E. MAXON ,
j * . xc. o aa : i WPI ia goa ? .
Office over a.'Uluss bank.
OQUNOlu BLUFFS. . . Iowa ,
W , C. Jiniej , In connection with bis Uw and
ollfctlon buslneaabuj-s and telli real eatito.
Pervoui wishing to boy or Bell city propert ) call
! i * ilrout ( hit oXce , over Buahnell'i book1 itorr , Fcarl
EDWIN J. ABBOTT.
Justice ot the Peace and
4l6BroaUway , Council Bluffs
MRS , E , J , H1RDINB , M , D , .
Qradtnta of Kloctropathlc Institution , Phlla-
delphlft , FUDOI.
Qffloe Cor , Broadway & Glenn Ave.
COUNCIL BLUFFa , IOWA ,
The treatment of all diseased and pMntul dlt-
flcultleg peculiar to females a specially.
J. G. TIPTON ,
Attorney& Counsellor ,
Office over First National Bank , Council Bluffs.
Iowa. Will practice In the utate and federal
courts JNO.JAYFRAINEY ,
Justice of the Peace ,
014 BROADWAY ,
Bluffsi - - .
W. B , MAYES ,
Loans anflEealEstate ,
Proprietor of abstracts of FottawattAmlo
county. Ollico corner of Broadway aqd Main
street ? , Council Bluffs Iowa.
JOHN STEINER , M. D. ,
( Doutachur Arzt. )
Cor. WASHINGTON AVE & 7th St.
i/tooMua of women and children a tpaclalty.
P , J , MONTGOMERY , M , D , ,
FHKE DI.SI-KNBARY KVKRY SATURDAY.
Offlcolu Everett's block , Pearl troct. Hod ]
denco CiK Fourth ctreet. OBlco hours from 9 to
S n. m. , 2 Jojjiml " _ p 8 p. 111. Council
F. C. G ,
Pearl opposite the postofflco. One of
the oldest i.ractltlonerg Ui Council BluOa. EitlB-
Ufactlon iraarantced In
HUGHES & TOWSLEE ,
Cpn/ectioneiy , FruitsNuts
Cigars and Tobacco. Fresh
Oysters and Ice Cream in
12 MAIN ST. ,
723 W. Broadway.
LARSON & ANDERSON ,
This laundry has 'Just t o n ojwnel lor bull.
newi , and we are now | > i pared to do lajndry
vork of all klodu and guuantco eatlifoctlon A
epoclalty made ot flno uork , uch u colUri ,
flpdihlrta , otc.Vc w nt everybody to
LARSON & ANDERSON.
THOU. orricuK. v. u. u.
OFHOIE & PUSEY ,
Council Bluffs , Ia ,
Established , - - 1866
Dealer * In Foreign nut ! Di aetiic
COUNCIL BLUFFS UAJLUOAIJ
CIIICAOO , ROCK itnin AN rwinc.
AtUntlol\I..A : ! OiimlIaclflc | I'M . . 9 IS ft m
Ki and Mtll' . PrJT. n in K\ Mid MA ! n \ % p ni
H. MoinM Be' . 7.1.1 H m | IKw Molnrt c'.4IO : p in
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AtlnntleKxt. . 5 30 p m I I'uMe KxJ . . .Oi0 ! m
.Mftl And KV. M n in Mull nn-l K.TOO pin
N . Y. K\ . 4 W p in I Neb .V KM Ki.JO ( a in
muao \ \
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Acvoin. ( S. l. ) B.SO p in Arrom. ( Mon..lK' : > piu
or. JOR AND coi'Mit. wtrrx.
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Kvprrai . 9:10 : p in | Mali ami Kx. . O'l.'ipm
OurUml Kv.lU'X ) a. tn. OurlandFA,4 00 p. tn.
Uncoln Kt .lli.ioa. in. IHntrrt'A . . H0 > n.ni ,
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Kmlimit..ri 0p. in. " Kv f-OOn. m.
VVRO'll , M' . LOl'H ASP PACIIIC
l > ipirt. ArrUr.
Mill aiul KW ! n m I Mull niul FA. . lu'iO p m
Cannon Rill. , lifopin ( Cannon IIan..lliVi : n m
BIOUT cnr AND r.vnnc.
Tor Sioux Cltj.7iViam I Frrafiioux L" } .6 ) pin
For FortNlolimra. Friu I'ort Nlobmm ,
Neli' 7rOntn : Neb 'OurKptn )
For St. l' ul..7iap : in | Fromht. I'iHll..8urfl m
rinrvno , Mii , AfsRK AND HT. r < n. .
Malt nnd Kx.9r.0nm ! I Mail and K\ . . .Ou'Opm
Council Dlufta & Omubn Btroot n. U.
Lviu o Council llhiltn. \ fOmiliv. .
8 a m , ! l n in , 10 a tn , a m , ! A ni , 10 n in ,
11 nni , 1111,1 ! p in , 3 p II am , Iptn'Jpm , Up
in , -1 p in , & p in , U p in. in , 4 p in , 5 p in , 0 p in.
Street cart run half hourly to tlio Union Pacific
Depot. On Sumliu the run \xg\n \ \ their trip * at
9 o clock n. in. , nnd run rcmt ariV durlnp the da )
at 0 , II , 1 ! t , 0 nnd G o'clotk , itndruu to clt ) time.
dn-9. ( Kxecpt Sntunln-9. JKxcrpt
Moncl.i > s.
Giaut Industries in tlie Pitts
burgh of tlio West.
Steady and Substantial
Growth in the Metro
polis of Southern
The Hotel Boom.
Correspondence of the lco. !
SOUTH Pi' iiLo , Col. , October 10.
Thouuh this has boon called a dull
year for Colorado , yet she has never
before settled down to such hard , hon
est work as now. instead of depend
ing on the Btkla of paper mines , she
has 30110 into the business of develop
ing real ones. In no year in her his
tory has there boon opened such real
bonanzas. II or loading cities also
sown to fall in with the no if order of
things. No ouch booms as hitherto ,
but solid , substantial prosperity.
Pueblo is moving to the front in her
development of giant industries. Be
sides scores of solid business houses
wo note the completion of two impor
tant hotels the "Grand11 and the
"Farina House. " The first is the
most imposing structure in the whole
city. It is massive in its proportions.
Of the finest style of workmanship ,
with all the modern improvements , it
can but give satisfaction to the more
wealthy portion of the traveling pub
lic. Aside from the Windsor it is
probably the finest in the state. It
haa not yet been opened.
The Farias house is on an altogether
djlforont plan. It is about 40x80 , a
four-story building , right in .tho heart
of the city. Two gentlemen of expe
rience , Fariss and Gibbs , are the
owners and proprietors. The plan of
the owners was to give the traveling
public fair accommodations for reason
able rates , and to such their terms are
SI.25 to SI 50 per day. One looking
at these figures would say that it was
impossible to do this in ( an expensive
city like ours , and that there must be
fraud somewhere , but this is not the
caso. The gentlemen do not propose
to give § 5 board for $1.50 , but they
will give good accommodations at rea
sonable rate. Their house is new and
well built. It haa 50 rooms ; these
are carpeted atid furnished with ex
cellent beds. The halls are all heavily
carpeted to deaden the sound , The
rooms are lighted with gas , and there
is good ventilation and gas escapes.
Each etory has fire escapes also. The
house has a fine bath room , and is
supplied with an abundance of hot
and cold water. The plumbing work
throughort the whole , which is of an
immense amount , .is not excelled by
any building in the west , and while
the city may have pride in her grand
hotel , costing nearly $200,000 , she
may nleo congratulate on the excel
lent accommodations of her Farias
The smelter at this place , which before -
fore had a capacity for reducing 125
tons of ore a day , has just doubled
her facilities , and the works nro illum
inated by electric lights , and the work
of reduction is going on day and
night , giving employment to on nrmy
of operatives. Uut our teel and iron
works are really the attraction of the
place. The company haa fire millions
of capital back of it , and they are
launching out with commendable
vigor. You go to IJeaaamor , which is
almost a city by itself a mile out of
jown , and you will BOO massive build-
inga and immense engines , and an
army of about a thousand men. You
start on one side with the blast fur
nace , which ia turning out the pig
iron. This material goes over to the
next building , and is converted into
stool , and this is pushed on in its
jiroy heat to the rolling mill , whore it
ia drawn out into firoy rails of stool ,
Thoao are sawed off at proper lengths
and straightened , Then they are
loaded on the cars and go back past
the blast furnace. So in a little
over twenty-four hours a carload
of shapeless , worthless iron ore
comes our fine shapely rails of steel.
The wprka have a capacity of about
two miles a day and the rails are
pushed rapidly forward to the Utah
extension to connect Halt Like City
with Pueblo ; and by the way this will
bo probably without exception the
unat romantic route in the world ,
The 0. , 13. & Q will connect with the
D. it 11. G. at Ddtivorj then passen
gers will come to Pueblo , thence up
the Arkansas river , through the
wonderful Grand Canyon , then
through a succession of mountain
scenery to Qunntion ; then through
Black Canyon , one of the most awful
ly grand on earth , thence down the
western slope to Salt Lake City , to
connect with the Contrnl Pacific.
The old route is ono of monotony , but
the now ono will bo thronged with
over shifting panoramas rf miqhty
itrnnito walls , hupo tnountnins pieic-
ing the skies , wonderful milieu inoad-
owe and forests. It will load through
rich mines and will throng with unsurpassed -
0. S. HAUIU'.OX.
Ity tlio unthlnklujf , ItnHncIc lm liecn
considered a weed , nnil its luxuriant
growth , tuipleniftnt fnicll , e'r , h , * ren
der ( it , to llionB "not kinwIiiB itiu - .
tuec , " ft nuis.inco. ami yet the rout Im
long licdi acknowledged by fuvatiti n * must
Iiiintiltblo us n illtirotlc , iippflent nnii
blood purifier. lltmtmi'K IlLooii HITTKKS
embody nil 1U KoodiiualHKM. 1'rUeSI.
If the various advocates of prohibi
tion who have attempted to contro
vert the doctrine of personal liberty ,
contended for by The Pioneo Press ,
had kept clearly in m ml what that
doctrine is they would have saved
themselves much useless trouble mid
us much valuable apace. That doc
trine simply is that every mature In
dividual in civilized society is the rightful -
ful sovereign of his own body mid
soul , and that in all that deportment
of his conduct which concerns him
self ho ought , as n free moral agent ,
to bo permitted to do as ho pluasoa ,
with > ut interference from the state ,
so far and so long as his BO doing dots
not directly injure others or injures
them only by their free consent.
This doctrine is not now and is not tin
arbitrary dogma. It is aa old
as civilization , and is the
foundation principle of all free
institutione , Its denial is the nega
tion of all liberty and meaim tump'y '
the unlimited despotism of the nut-
jority. All 'ttempts to controvert
this principle in those- columns have
boon by examples of governmental iu-
teferenco with private rights , which ,
for the meat part do nut coinu under
the principle ut nil , or , if they do , are
not legitimate oxorcisea of the power
of the state , and are only assumed to
bo oo because in accord with the
ruigning opinion. The general state
ment would sacrifice for IUIBWCM to
the two letters on the subject olao-
whoro. In one the writer broadly mt
Bumea that the state may properly in
terfere with private rights to any ex
tent which the majority of voters
deem necessary for the public good.
There is hardly any part of human
conduct or opiuion which does not
in aonio way or degree iill'eot
the public interests. So that
if a supposed public good
were a uulliciont warrant of State in
terference the State would have r right
to control almost all human actions
and opinions. Moronpccitlcdlly "En
quirer" avera that whatever conduct
in any way iniroaacs taxation , how
ever indirectly , justifies the State in
interfering to protect the taxpayero by
prohibiting thu conduct which bus thiu
indirect reui.lt. If this were so the
State would clearly have the right to
suppress idleness , extravagance and
all the brood ot personal vices or fail
ings which send indirectly to produce
poverty or crime. No ono pretends
that these are proper subjects of police
regulation. Consequently it is not
true that whatever tends to increase
taxation warrants the interference of
Another writer thinks she has dis
covered a cane of prohibition which is
precisely parallel in relation to the
principle in question with the pro
posed prohibition in the manufacture
and sale of fermented liquors. "In
regulating marriage , " Bho B.IJS , "wo
prohibit polygamy. " True ; and in
regulating the sale and use of alcoholic
liquors wj ; prohibit selling liquor to
mmoi-3 or on Sundays , and wo pro
hibit drunkonneea. All regulation
implies that some things are prohib
ited. But this ia a very different sort
of prohibition from that which is the
subject of discussion. If the state
should entirely prohibit marriage or
the legitimate intercouso of the sexes ,
the case would then bo proc -
c aely parallel with the pro
posed prohibition of all moans
of obtaining alcoholic liquors. Butte
to regulate marriage or the sale of
liquors is very different thing from
prohibiting it- and the right to do
the ono by no means implies the tight
to do the other. If the state should
undertake to prohibit marriage in
stead of regulating il by confining ono
man to ono wile it would not take
the mass of men and women long to
Had out the radical dill'dronco between
prohibiting all means by which a na
tural desire may bo gratifloi mid
regulating thu means of gratification
rorieistontly with social order nnd
morality , llnvlng , wp trust , made
this distinction clear , it is not neces
sary to explain the various grounds
why the atato prohibito that intem
perance of matrimony which is called
polygamy. It is not true
that the question how many
wives a man may Imvu concerns
only himself or his plural wives ,
whoso consent is somewhat violently
assumed. It vitally and directly con-
cerna the children who are brought
into the world without their consent ,
and it vitally and directly concerns thu
women of whom it may be oafely fwid
that few would consent to enter a con
dition of fractional wifehood unless
under the influence of a supposed re
ligious duty , as is thu case with the
Mormons and Turks. The polyg.
amous condition is a violation of the
natural right of the wife to the undi
vided ufl'ection of her husband. It U
cot necessary to argue , after the man
ner of the free levers , whether this
assumed mutual right of ono wife and
one husband to the undivided nfFoo-
tions of each other is or ia not
grounded upon natural interest
or is , or is not , a natural right ,
Whether it ia the blfrpring of instinct
or religion or of cust.ua it hua been
the fundamental law and usage of civ
ilization since Gud thundered from
Mount Sana ! the awful mandate ,
"Thou ahalt not commit adultery , "
and all the frame work of society is
built upon the monogamous family.
It thus holds the earae position in the
category of aasuinud natural tights as
the right to drink what one pleaooa.
That it haa the sanction of immemorial
usage among all civilized nations. And
again wo remark that it is not , for
those who hold to a natural right
which is buttressed upon immemorial
possession to prove that It Is well
founded in abstract philosophy. The
burden of proof rests on those who
How' * thfl BubyT
"How's the b b ) ' " ' HU cromt l < liet-
ler tliU innrnlnt ? , UinnV you.Vo RMO
li'm some of THOMAS' Ki.trrnic1 On , i
7.11 ( lvl < e < l , doctor , ntil liml plvo him
oino inoro in nn hour or so. " JSext dny
tlio dnctor nmiumnccil the younger
An ArKnrtiin * Snnho Story-
"Them certainly la big OUCH , " snid
what I took for tin Arkansas citizen ,
as hu looked at thn Minkcs in n nide-
slum out nt the fair.
A woll-dre oed , dign < tiud , JAIIICS G
Hlaino style ( f n guntlomnn , who
looked like ho couldn't toll anything
but thu truth , was standing by , a.ul
henring thin expression of credulous
admiration wni tempted to observe'
"Whj , my dear eir , those strnkos are
more union in comparison with snakes
that I have neun. You see I have
bom n great traveler in my time , and
have vi itt-d countries and islands in
the tea that n great many people have
never hoard of. In one ot these islands
they have snakes that are snakes , and
I can tell you an advonturu that I
once had with a BHAKO that turned my
hair gray hkw you see it now , "
Ity this time it little company stood
around thu great unknown , all eager
to hoar hia experience.
"It must have boon an on-common
mlvonUiro to turn a mail's hair gray.
Now , jwril , lot's hear about it , " put in
"Well , in that country they make
it a businrun to hunt snakca with
dogs , just like Jim hunt boars down
in your country. Soon after I go
there T was invited to join a party
just going out on a hunt after a
anuke thnt waa the turror to the
country for milen lie inhabited a
kind of owamp and lived mostly on
.tho fat oittlo of the surrounding
farmers oh , yes , ho lived mostly on
oxenit took about ten for his din
ner Thu dogs thnt they hunt snakoa
with in that country , are of a peculiar
breed , Tnoy cull them by n strange
iiamu that means 'gnawers. ' They
can gnaw worst ) than xats. They have
boon known to gnaw trnce chains in
two in u few mmuteo. Well , wo had
a pack of ubuut forty of thusu dogs ,
and wu wuro all well mounted on fine
race homes for the hunt.
"A few hours' rirlo brought us to
where the snake lived. Thu dogs wuro
turned looao all in n pack and took
straight to the tnurah , but they BOOH
LMino out with the simko after thorn.
Now , I won't say how big ho wai you
can uatimato that when I toll you what
happened. The whole pack mark
you , there were lully forty of them
wuro swallowed in le.i.i than no time.
The huntois wuro in full retreat and
the nnako hissed hideously behind us.
"Ho was coining like lightning , but
they s.iid hu could not hold out long ,
and our honied voro , as 1 told you ,
very fast and of good bottom. He waa
ubuut fifty yards behind andhis tongue
whipped the air with n sound like a
cannon ball like you used to hoar in
the army , you know. Now what do
you supposu happened ? My horse full
down and I was caught under him.
Thu snake stopped short and began on
me and thu horae both , so n to take
us down hiR throat easy. It waa then
that my hair muut have turned gray. "
"Wall , that was enough to oven
make Goliar's hair turn gray drot
me if it don't kinder work on my hair
just to hoar you tell it. How did you
got a ay ? "
"Well the snake took the horse
down first you BOO ho was BO scared
he couldn't move and ho was on top
had mo by thu left leg fast. "
"Now you don't moan to say ,
stranger , that that ar snake swallowed
the hess ? "
"Yes , sir , ho took him right down
and waa fixing for mo , when , when "
"Whun what ? 1 want you to talk
quick ! " exclaimed thu rural gentle
man , all excitement and cars.
"Why , when the forty dogs com
menced to show their hoadn through
his aides nnd back. You sou they had
bean gnawing away all the time and
then ho curled rpand died right there
on the spot.
" 1 got my horae out all right I
mean the dogs gnawed him out , and
the naiivus pronounced it the moat
exciting aii'iko ' hunt they had had for
many joars. "
"Sou hero , my friend , 1 want you
to come homo with mo what's your
name , anyhow ? What was you ,
But ere the Arkannan could got an
answer , thu gray-bearded man had
vanished in the crowd , and waa next
aooii paying for a year's subscription
to thm highly moral , edifying and
conscientious journal , Modern Argo
REMEMBER THIS ,
If you imi flick Hop BUtors will
Biiroly aid Nature i" making you wull
whim all uleo fuila.
If you are ooativo or dyspeptic , or
uro eufi'itring from any of the numur-
ous dinoneua of thu stomach or bowula ,
it is your own fault if you ruinain ill ,
for Hop BittoM nro n Hovoroign
rotnody In all eucli coinplainia.
If you are waiting away with any
form of Kidney diacaao , atop tempting
Death tliiu moniunt , uiut turn for a
euro to Hop Hitters.
If you uro u sick with that torriblu
Ricknosa NorvouBiioss , you will find a
"Bnlin in Uilcad" in the use of Hop
If you iiro a frcquontor or a resi
dent of a miaistnutlu dintrict , burricudo
your oj'Btom against the Bcourf-o of all
countrioa malurial , upidumio , bilioua ,
itnd intoriuitttint fuvora by the uao of
It you havn rou h , piuiplo , or sal
low ekin , bail bruath , paina and iiohos ,
and fuul miaurablu gunorally , Ho ] >
Hittora will give you fair akin , rich
blood , and aweutuat breath , health and
In ehort they euro all diauaaua of
thu atomach. Bowula , Hlood , Livur ,
Nurvoa , Kidnoya , Bright'u Diauaso.
Five Hundred dollara will bo paid for
u ciao they will not uuro or hi'lp.
That poor , budriddon , invalid wife ,
siater , inothor or daughter , can bo
made the picturu of health , by u few
bottloa of Hop Bitturu , coating but n
trillu , Will rou lot tluiia audur ?
C. J. CLARK.
T unt > ( our jiirs iKjurl nix iu praitical
Office 106 Upper Broadway ,
Council Blufis , - Iowa ,
GEORGE F. CRAWFORD
BUYER AMD SHIPPER OF ECCS.
No , 519 South Main Street ,
COUNCIL ItUJGFS , IOWA
I Pay the Highest Market Price and Deduct
No Commission ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS MANUFACTURING CO.
Mouldings , Scroll and Lattice Work , Wood Turn
ing Ro-Sawing , Planing and Matching , Sash , Doors ,
Blinds , Boxes , Etc. Manufacturers and Dealers in
Improved Hawkeye Wind Mills and Puinps. ,
J. J. Hatliaway , Manager , Council Bluffs , la. : )
Machinery III bo nm oxcltwlvelv for custom work on ThunuUy and Friday ot
cnch week. Oracia Hollcltctt nrui xnttafnctiou Kimrnntooil.
( Successors to J. W. Rodefer )
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
LiGKAfiMA , LEHIGH , BLOSSBDEG
AND : ALL
IOWA GOALS !
CONNELLSVILLE COKE , CEMENT , LIME , PLASTER , ETC.
Office No. 34 Pearl Street , Yards dor. Eighth Street and /
Eleventh Avenue , Council Blnii'a.
P. T. MAYNK. 0. E. MAYNE
COUNCIL BLUFFS STEAM FACTORY
BROOMS , BROOM HANDLES ,
IGORN MEAL , GRAHAM FLOUR AND
CHOPPED FEED it
The Very Beat of Broomo Constantly on Hand. The * HlgheHt
Market Price Paid for
Corn , Oats , Rye , Barley
Parties Wishing to Bell Broom Oorn Will Please
MRS. D. A.
. . . BENEDICT ,
THE LEADING DKALKK IN
r aa oh o o
337 Broadway , Council Bluffs , fowa ,
JF ? M ? J"1" ' ' for three j cars , and RU.S | pt.fcct ratl factlon. WE CHAt
waraiico LtN , . 2nd-lti > YlaU to , V'cduco a buckle hat equal. It In tbo ( allowingpoint * : Ht-IU fine op
: - the trace eoVs
cane ipon ; ad-lti itrurKtli ; 4th-Its In changing without
laklinr the aa out of lliu Mopt ; tlh-lt will not unbucLloltiolli Oth-Tl Thaiie tuif pulls
HIM 8lit with the trace. IIUNIIlrSH TRACK UAIUlll II. the . . .
u'n' ' M.1 1 . 10'1' tat"lot lff' ° 'r ' lt elf , and will not catch tiie rein or tall , HUNrKI-.S.S UATENT
WIlfFl Lr.TKKK AND . UllBAhT bAP 110OK. fcr heavy wa/on. , plowiiift dra , rfue , oic. .
cuinotlmix , .
! ! tiled. 1 ho tue Hill not unhook Itcof. Uanufaclurul by <
dDDTrON , HCrwTRBSS & CO. , Janesville , WiEOonein.
all Knr jobbing Halo bv liouucx CS , J. , Uccknmii , Ccuiicll llluffs ; hhi rp A- hon and U.S. Collins & Co. , Omaha , and by
ST. LOUIS HOUSE.
Saloon and Restaurant ,
ADOLl'IJ DOKIll'IJNGKIt , I'm , rletr > r. Choice Wli.es acd CleaM.
, Oj-htcw in Kvory .Style.
nnn r T
709 Lower Brond way. Oounoil BlufFa ,
STARR & BUNCH ,
HOUSE , SIGN ,
! MAiiiE.irAi . PAINTERS ,
PAPER HANGING ,
EALSOMININQ AND GEAININQ ,
Shop Oornor Broadway and Soott 8t
Sulivan & Fitagerald ,
GROCERIES , PROVISIONS ,
Crockery , Glassware ,
BOOTS , SHOES , ETC
Also ageuU lor the following lint * ol
Steamship Companies :
CUDird , Auclior , Gulon. American , Mid EUK
3D H , u OEOP 93
For eulo on tlio Hojul Hank ot Ireland * ud Ilank
ol Ireland , Dublin. Itiouo wi o Intend to aend lei
Irlunda to any part ot Kuropo will Uud It to tbult
utcri'dt to tall uu
Sullivan & Fitzgerald ,
343 Broadway , Council Binds
LIVERY , FEED
All Shippers aud Travelers will fi ad < v' '
good accommodation and reasonabl
chargna. \ ,
OPPOSITE CRYSTAL MILL , v
Council Bluffs , - - , Iowa.
HOLLAIH ) & MILLER ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY , '
Rich Out Q loss , Fine French Oblna.
Silver Were < Sjo
810 HkCUDWiT COUNCIL BLUFFS , VTA.
drami an d < d
JACOB SIMS ,
Attorney and Oounsellor at Law ,
COUNCIL 11LUFFS , IOWA. . J " \
OlHco Uroadftoy , Uetneeo tl&ln ted Pc \ ?
btrotU.l.VUl . practice la .aute and Feda.
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