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THE DAILY BEE SA. . ? QRDAY GOTO HER 28
SI. ZEL aS8-A.TVr.A.TSTJ
WHOLK3ALE AND HKTAtt ,
STATIONERY AND PETER'S GOODS ,
_ OOUNOIL BLUFFS. IOWA.
T ! T B A R C ? T D V ft I
i a I cjr. A b o i si U S
jr.wr. . PS , < % TOK as , 23 Jte a .
Lands and Lots Bought and Sold ,
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS . IOWA ,
HENRY BEEQROF-T ,
HEN noaetis' OLD STAND.
It " l 1 continue runulni ; hU city HEO to Ml parts of the city. All orders promptly attended
to. LOW CHAIUhS aUAUANThKD New star I : com antly rcceh oJ. _
D. M. OONNELL
Funeral Director and Undertaker ,
No. 17 , North Main Street. Council Bluffs
promptly answered at nil hours , night or day. New hearse and London cnrrtftir.es direct
from the factory fire run In connection therewith.
That novcr require crimping , at Mra. J , J. Good's Hair Stcro , at prices never bofcro touched by
ny other hf Ir dealer. Also & mil line of iwltchc , etc. at krcntly reduced prices. Also gold ,
t'.Ucr and colored nets. WATCJ made from Indies' own hair. Do not ( all to call botoro purchasing
elsewhere. AH goods w.iiranto.1 ts represented. MHU. J. .1. GOOD ,
29 Main street. Council Hinds , Iowa.
UNION BAKERY ,
517 SOIST m\ll \ STREET.
THE BEST BREAD IN THE OITY. None but firat-olass Bakers
employed. Bread , Cake , Pica , &o. , delivered to any park of the city. Oni
Wagons rail all day.
Ps AYRES , Proiarietor ,
NEW SV3EAT MARKET.
No. 53G , BROADWAY , ( Palmer's Block. '
Between Cth and 7th streets.
Es p. ft.
Our Motto : Slrlct cleanliness , thoboH quality of mcatB , and lowest possible prices. Meats ilo-
Ivtred to any part ot the clt > . Come and eco our new shop.
BiTHIIft HOUSE !
At Bryant's 'Spring ,
Cor , Broadway and Union Sts ,
Fbln , Medicated , Vnpor , Electric , Plunge ,
Douch , Shower , Ilot and Cold liaths. Com *
pctent ccalo and Icmalo nurses and attendants
always on hand , and the best ot rare and atten
tion Riven patrons. Special attention Riven to
bathing children. Investigation and patronage
elicited.DE. . A. H. STUDLEY & Co. ,
106 Upper Broadway.
Dr. Studley : Treatment ol chronic diseases
made a specialty.
PI * "r\TmnTin REMOVED without the
I i U N 1 1 H K N dravilng ol blood or use ol
Ulilt U i-Jiuk ) knllo. Cures lunp dlscasca ,
nTHWT ? Fits , Scrofula , Lh or Com-
plaint. Dropsy , Uhcuma-
T U M n R S tlsm , ke\or and Mercur-
I U ill U II O
lai Doroo , EryslpelaB. Salt
Itheum , Scald IIowl , Oatarrli , weak. Inflamed
and granulated Eyes , scrofulous Ulcers and Fe-
malu Discasoi of all kinds. Alia Kidney and
Venorial dlsuaocs. Uomcrrliolda or Plica cured
All dkeosca treated upon the principle ofvcgot-
1 reform , without the use of mercurial pols-
? ne or the knife.
Electro Vapor or Mcdlcatod Baths , furnished
who doalro them.
Hernia or Rupture radically cured by the DEO
the Elastic belt Truss and Placter , which has
superior In tue world.
CALL ON OH ADDRESS
Drs , R , Bice and F , 0 , Miller ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , la.
SINTON & WEST.
14 Pearl Btreot , Council Bluffs.
Extracting nd filling a epecUlty. Flrct-cl&aa
rorlt ( .Tiarantecd ,
R. A. P. HANCHETX ,
PHVSIG2AN AiJD SUBCEQN.
Office , No. 11 Pearl Btrrct. lloam , 9 a. m. to
'i. , and 2 p. u > . , to 6 p , m. Residence , 120
tUncroft Ktrcet. Tclephotlc connection with
J. M. PALMEJR ,
AND LOAN AGENT ,
coTOJCii. BEurrs , iow
Practitioner ot Homeopathy , consulting
Tiysiciaa and Surgeon ,
Office and residence 616 Willow-avenue , Coun-
Bluda , lowu.
F. T. SEYBERT , M. D
PHYSICIAN & SUIIUEON.
COUHCIL BLUFFS , IA.
Office No. 5 , Evevott Block , Broadway -
way , ever A. Ijoum'n It ufaurant ,
H ' < 0 Xf.
ovir afigd | IwinU
OOUNOlJj BLUFPS. . Iowa.
W. 0. Jam * * , tn connection with bli Uw aud
collection buelnewbuya and Belli real cttate ,
rereooB wishing to buy or ncll city propert ) till
it hliofflw , OTCI JJuihncll'i book itor , Pearl
EDWIH J. ABBOTT.
Justice ot the Peace and
Notary Public ,
4lBBroadway , Council Bluffs ,
MBS , E , J , IASDHI& . M , D , ,
Oraduntu of Klcctrojwthlo Institution , Vlillft-
Office Oor , Broadway & Glenn Avo.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
The treatment ot ell diseases and pulntul dll-
flcultloa peculiar to females n Bpocltlty.
d. G. T1PTON ,
Attorney & Counsellor ,
Office over First National Bank , Council Bluffs.
Iowa. Will practice In the state and federal
Justice of the Peace ,
814 BROADWAY ,
Oounoil Bluffs , - - Iowa.
W. B. MAYES ,
Loans andEealEstate ,
Proprietor of abstracts of Pottawattamle
county. Office corner of Broadway and Main
BtrcoU , Council Blutls Iowa.
JQHH 8TEINER , SV3. 0. ,
( Dcutschor Arzt. )
Cor. WASHINGTON AVE & 7th St.
H0ir.cn nnJ children a
H , D , ,
FREE DISI-ENHAIIY EVKKY BATDKDAY.
Office la Kteritt'a block , Pearl troct , Hul
dence C2S Tourth otrcet. Office hours from 0 to
2 a. m , , 2 to 1 and 08 p. m. Council tilufls
Pur.rl opiwilte the poatotCce. One of
the oldett t.raecltloners In Council Bluffs , Bails
lefactloii iruaranteed In _
HUGHES & TOWSLEE ,
Con/ectionery , FruitsNuts
Cigars and Tobacco , Fresh
Oysters and Ice Cream in
12 MAIN ST. ,
_ Oounoil nintfa.
STEAM 'LAUNDRY ,
723 W. Broadway.
LARSON & ANDERSON
Tin Is laundry bvi Just IIC Q opened for butl
niua , arid wnnroiiywpi-iparod to do Umdr
v oik ol all klnd cud KUaraitee titlsractlon t
tp&eUliymulo ol tine work , uci ) as collar)1 )
uaj.flioehlrUi , ( to V/9 want eterybo.ly t
give w a trill.
LAIIBON & ANDERSON.
moa. OWCKB. w , n. H. row
OFFICER & PUSSY
Council Bluffs , la ,
Established , - - I86E
Dealtri In Kcrtlgn ted Domeitlc
ud bomi iccurltlei.1
FOE IKY OF THE TIMES.
Jntil I MW hfr feet , there seemed
A. chniiu nout lier.'clf thnt pie until
Vith nil the pTCttinCM ntul prnce
Vhlch UcrticU mini ? ol .hill I's face ,
Jnlil 1 BW bet feet , her lip *
Voro ni tlic ojii\ \ cloud that Blips
Vdowu tlie ftinsct shyj hf r cliln
Vas pnre clml'iHlony within
V iranij- drift tif lace. Until
" saw her foot , h-r ej-ea coulil fill
ly misanthropic heart with Imp *
) f better thing * than those which grope
Vithin thu cynic's br"ni ( , MI \ ( jiinw
'ho herbage ilo id. Until I * .w
Ivr feet , I thought thnt I coulit kue-nl
iiul worship this now.fmmrt idnl
.a children f Jll befnre the plinth
pUined with plnlc niut hynn'.utli ,
lut now. h me ! life h not sweet
itisc I Imve seen lies feet.
Qlrlp , Islt So.
U tlio crowded counter the l dy iU
Awaiting the tbnp-inatd'H h lutjlity stnre.
Vhllo the latter backward and forward
And warbles n popular comic air.
lie liMtRln at the customer's lack of
While allowing the goods with ft noisn
ml rnyg to herself with n scornful mull'1 ,
"It's only a woman ; it doMti't nmttcrl"
[ is ilycd mustnchea nro tioUlv waxed ,
Li lie thtnlng ebony plmliH hi * lint ,
ho kill vt his tuilor wat trcntly taxed
Before hu produced n unit like that.
[ o inks for gloves. Oli ; isn't it grumll
She shows him dor.cn ) ; she'd moro thin
\.5 ho wblspcrs the maiden near nt hr.nil
"Oh. isn't he sweet ! He's just too kill.
ing ! "
"What' ! * that , motheti"
A umOier , dear ;
rou will always tind it standuiR here ,
oBal on the corner of the street , .
'rcmlty displaying ita tiny feet ,
Avirling Its little 10-cent cane ,
.nd stupefying its tender brain
rtih the fiuoko nf n piper clgnrolte.
) un't touch it , dear , it WAS raised n pot. "
"Will It bite , mother ? "
Well I should shout ;
t will bite ft free lunch for all that's out. "
OLLY GORDON'3 PREMIUM -
IUM FARMER ,
Polly Gordon was an old maid liv-
ng in Kansas ; she wan nut born there ,
or the State has not been long enough
ottlod , and I will not mention the
lane other nativity but lent the ox-
usable State pride of Ohio people bo
uri , I will oay it was not Ohio ; and
ot she had energy enough at any hard
ork that offered itself to entitle her
o the presidency , if women were oli-
; iblo to that position. She was able *
odied , and in her way , strong *
nindud , oven to obstinacy. Though
bo "didn't b'liovo in thorn wimmin's
glits wimtnjn she had lieord tell of , "
ahvftya voted in ocliool mooting
10 Kanmis Ian- gives that privilege to
omen "because if they mean to
osto peoplo'a money on too much
choolm' and high odicatin' , I'm a
oin" to do all I kin to prevent it , "
as her reason for voting.
She were her dresses made in the
tylo that prevailed when she first put
n long drossoa , and her scanty hair
rom one year's end to another waa
wisted in a little round knot and pin
ed on top of the back of the head.
'Tho tashions kin come round to mo
when they want to ; I'vo no time , and
in't goin' to run round sftor 'em , "
was her invariable reply when some
rionds dared to suggest an improving
hixngo. Her highest ambition on the
womanly side of her nuturo was to
iav the finest-colored Ktripod rag car-
lots , the nicest drann-in rugs of im-
joBsible roses and improbable cats ; the
whitest clothes and lightest bread of
She carried on a little farm , and
mong farmers it was her baast and
iride that her calves were biggest ,
nd pigs fattest ; that her corn yielded
most to the acre , and oho never lost u
hioken or turkey by pip or cholera ,
"he could scarcely road or write , do-
plsed "book-larnin * as no 'count to
ward gottin' along , " and took no in-
oreat in the world outaido beyond thu
riou of her crops and the groceries
hn 1'ad to buy.
Mrs. i'rndenco Volney , for the last
our years Polly'o noiqhbur , also living
an a farm I may fearlessly add thnt
he was from Ohio woo a refined , in-
ellipont woman , very fond of reading ,
Mid Polly was always lecturing her on
lor expensive tastea ,
"I do think it's too foolish in you
, o waste your money that way , and
: pecd your time , too. You pay out
enough hard cash every yeiir for such
.rash as would buy tuo or throa fat
calves ; if you'd n rlono that way ,
countm' the imter.il increase , you'd u
md a herd of catilo by tliin time , in-
jtid of all this httor ot books an' pt.
joro ; en' you might a drawn in do/.on
ruga just like mine ! "
Mrs. Volney took thio advice from
lly in good purt , for the maiden
ady was really kind-hearted and well-
disposed , too ignorant of , etiquette
and propriety , or the moat common
nfia bulonging to cultured , and I
might add , civilized hfo , to bo aware
of the impertinence of her sugges
So great MOB her prejudice against
lowspapors and books , us wholly uau-
OBS , that , while to the lightning-rod ,
owJng maehino and jutont pumpman
she would give a not altogether itn-
l > itiont lioannff and i-xamiimtion of
nm wnirn , h iaildniunriored book or
uuwspapur agent , with chroma i.i-
thchniunts , y/us uuro to receive a t-
voro "No , air ; you need not trouble
yourself to Uko u stop nisi Jp ; I'vn no
tnno to look at uuuh thrarh , nn1 no
money to throw way on it ; an' jf you
want a JIUCH i f uiy iui ( t I'll toll you
you'd batter pitch into hard work tlun
g. > round in auch low buainuat1 !
and a * she alw yo gavn ft call to the
dj # , who stood by grinning with white
teeth that added to the cfl'ec .of Polly'fl
remarka , 'hoapent mildly uaid , "Goud
morning , " ard rotircd , crab-wiuo , with
meek side glances in the dog's direc
tion , and novcr cuuio again.
gJBut Polly was human and a woman ,
and in a atut't where men do so mucli
more abound than the other BOX , she
had scarcely wondered why , with so
many subutantial attractions of farm
stock , full cribs and fat turkeys , hoi
strong bony hand had not been eoughl
in matrimony. As ahe grew oldei
and accumulated more , she often fel
the disadvantage of not being arounc
so as to know the price of things , bu
she was entirely ignorant of the value
or me of a nowepapor in giving hei
the inf mnntion she wanted. Besides ,
she wearied of tending her stock and
holding the plow , nnd it vexed her
still moro to pay her hard-earned cash
to some indifferent man , _ whom she
feared or knew slighted his woik , erin
in some some way ohoitnd her.
Ono day while chaffering about n
plow , dho noticed on the premium list
of thu coming county fair
"Hestloaf of wheat bread 55 , and
Knnsan Farmer forono year. "
The la t clause very much puzzled
her , but she concluded that oven for
a year the farmer wns well worth
trying for , and ho might bo so well
suited ho would bo willing to stay a
Mrs. Volnoy came in a dny or two
"llavo you hoorn toll of the pre
miums yit for the fair ? '
"Yea ; I have a list. "
"Will they truly give § 5 and a
Kansas farmer for the boat lonf of
light broad ? "
"I preaumo BO , and I am half in-
clii.od to send in a loaf "
"I should think you'd moat bo
ashamed to my so , and lot folks
know it. "
Mrs. Yolnoy never dreamed of
Polly'n mistaken notion in regard to
the "farmer , " and thought she meant
alio took eo many papers nlio ought not
to bo DO extravagant as to want an
other ; and she waa greatly astonished
at the blush that crawled up over
Polly's freckled face , and lost itself
in the roots of her scanty , tightly-
drawn hair , as she hesitatingly wont
"Well , to toll the truth , I'd like
both mighty well mycclf ; money's.
Always handy , and the farmor'd bo
convenient in the house and out of
door , too. There's some things about
farming I don't know , nnd , being just
alouo by myself , I ain't look after
everything and go roum ) , too , and
find out about things , and BO I got
taken in. Do you a pouo I could have
the farmer longer if it suited all
round ? " she asked anxiously.
"Of courao the publishers would bo
glad for you to have it all the rest of
your life , if you wanted it ! "
"Publishers" was an unmeaning
word to Polly , but she had a dim
recollection of hearing in her early
youth about something called "pub
lishing the bans" that waa connected
with matrimony ; and that Mrs. Vbl-
noy opoko of the "farmer" as "it"
soothed her maidenly modesty , for ns
said ' 'farmer" waa _ only a supposable
case , Eho could hot yet bring herself
to the familiarity of the "ho" and
"him" the assured wife of r.ovoral
years gives to the husband of her
youth , as if there woro'but ono mas
culine in the world !
Mrs. Volnoy woo delighted that
after all her invectives and declara
tions , Polly had bocoino reconciled to
the idea of pvon having a paper in her
house , and in .trying to atoer clear of
any discussion , she led poor Polly fur *
the ? astray by saying :
"Oh , yes , the Farmer would ba so
much help to you in giving the prevailing -
vailing prices all over the state ; in
that way you know when corn , butter ,
stock and poultry are advancing , and
the bast time to sell. Otherwise , wo
women , tied to the house , not able to
bo out and learn about thiiips as men
do , are at the mercy of speculators ,
who come round , and taking advan
tage of our ignorance , buy our things
ami take ell the profits themselves. "
"That'B so , " said Polly , sadly. "I
sold some of my corn , last week , five
cento on the bushel too low. "
"If you had had the Farmer you
would have known1 corn was fast ad
vancing and hold on , I know it-and
so waa saved. "
"Do you s'poso if I got the premium
I'll have the Farmer in time for fall
plowing ? "
"Mrs. Yolnoy did not see the con-
neo'ion ' , and watj greatly puzzled to
understand Polly's agitation , but at-
ributcd it to her embarrassment for
his sudden conversion and confession
of faith in newspapers , and answered :
" 0 , yes , you will got the money and
farmer as soon aa the fair is over. "
There were only two weeks till the
! air , and they were very busy ones to
Polly , who cleaned house from carrot
o collar and made many changes to
> uit the tastes of the possible coming
: armcr ; her old lovea were forgotten
n xho fervor of the now hope , and BO
nany timua was her pot cat driven off
the newly covered cushion in the big
reeking cluiir that she grow anxious ,
jray and thin ,
She also bought fifteen yard a of ul-
laca at a bnrgain , arid , eoing over to
Mra. Volnoy's with unwonted baahful-
less , aaked for polonaise and overskirt
"I shall want ono suit just right if I
should git n farmed" she explained to
the uncomprchening Mrs. Volney ,
"and I thought I'd go to the whole
figure for this onct. "
"Tho very idea of having a nows-
pupor is an educator ; this premium
offered nmy bu the entering wedge
that dull Un.uk up Polly's soul , "Mrs.
Yoli I to her daughter , after
) ' ij i ; 'tie with the patterns and
lui ) i tfrruetioun how to use them , to
which uho had listened as attentively
us any devotee of fashion.
She "sot" four "sponges" for her
prize loaf , and , at the appointed day ,
arrayed in her most extraordinary
dross , polonais ? , overskirt and trim
med skirt , v/itli thioo carefully Re
lucted loaves she hastened to the fair ,
While ticketing them she iinxiouslj
asked thn polite official :
"Will I git the fannor and 85 tc
onct if I draw the first premium ? "
"Without Uio Bli htetit doubt ,
madam ; I have the premiums hcrt
on hand to bo given nway us soon a <
called for , "
Polly jitizjd earnestly at the moil
who wuro inhn \ olliua , feeling that il
her "lannet" was us auxious t-j hn
fate < i mm was in ro ard to him , hu
looks would betray him. But she
mightus well ha\i > Ktudicd the Spline
us their face.DO olio' followed hci
leaven , and when once in pkca , hov
aring round them at a ] um near hui
brood , listening to ovcryhyord caid
as if from the gunural public opinioi
she might get a clue to her fate ,
She paused a eioopleeslight , urn
next day , with carefully curried horai
and newly-washed buggy mid horaol
in her boot array , she droyo hi.
At noon the committeecuine
smelled , tasted and discussed , , hili
she suffered agonies , as if running tin
gauntlet , but at last the blui * ribboi
was put on ono of her loaves hnd th
rod on another. 'f
Regardless of the latter , 'ho seizoi
the blue ribbon loaf , and tiurrying t
the bflice she accosted tholmnie auav
ofliclal , who wondered at her breath-
lets excitement as fho had the lonf up ,
she said :
"Arc both your prir.as here ? "
"Yes , madam , "
"Do you see Hint blue ribbon ? I
want my $5 and my farmer. "
"More they are , " and ho extended
thn bill and a ci py of the F. rmor.
"Whenould you like to bfgin with
the Frtrmor , minium ? "
"I'm toady ; f.r 1 come prepared to
tnko him homo. Which one is it ? "
and she looked inquiringly at a group
of gentlemen , who , noticing her ex
cited manner OB she c.uno in , hnd
slopped their conversation and v.'cro
"This it " eaid the
13 , xuperlntend-
out , putting it in her hand ; "dato of
September G , 18 . "
"Why , this is 11 nowapspor I want
my farmer. "
"Well , see , tlio Kansas Farmer , "
and ho displayed the titlo-pago.
"Was that what you meant by the
faunor you waa goin1 to give for the
beat loaf o1 yeast-light broad ! "
"Yes , madnnio. Oh , not ono copy ,
certainly , but a year's subscription , "
he added , hastily , thinking hu had dis
covered the cauao of her trouble.
"That paper ! " she answered with
the utmost scorn , as she sniffed with
her upturned , frcckelod noso. "Is
thin the underhand way you t.nka to
deceive a louo woman like myself ? I
wish I had words to spunk out my
mind to you and toll you just what I
think about it 1"
"What did you expect ? It was so
announced on thu premium lint. "
"Why a farmer i man of course ! "
The unforluiiata official tried to ox-
plainand the other uontlomon assisted
him , onch assuring her that doubtless
somebody might bo found to fill thu
bill , but na no one oflcrcd hinuolf for
the vacancy Polly , not at all apponcud ,
wont off , leaving the Farmer and loaf
of broad , but who did not forgot the
crispy ? i > bill. In that dark hour of
disappointment it was a source of com
fort to her , nnd kept her from utter
despair no olio hitched her horse and
drove homo single and alone.
At first eho thought she would hunt
up Mra. Yolney and spook her mind to
her , but eho ride homo and the sooth-
intc PUT of the old cat , which lay in
the no longer tabood arm-chair , calmed
Polly , and sober second thought pre
She did her own fall plowing ; it
kept her at hemo three weeks , and
when next she mot Mrs. Volney , who
had heard of her disappointment
through the eupuriutoudont neither of
them made any reference to the Kau
But aa the Fanner came to her reg
ularly , she gradually learned to look
for it , and fait a now importance to
have some mail for her at the post-
office. From rn.iding current prices ,
weather notes and prospuota
of crops , oho begun to
care f jr other things ; so that by the
next luir oho presented herself at the
office with another loaf , and to the
smiling BUporintondontVMias Gordon
If you get the blue ribbon , remember
it is only the Weekly Kaunas Farmer
for ono year from date wo can give
you , " eho was oblo to reply with a re
"I don't want any other. This is
the beat kind for mo. "
"However , is in Mrs. Volnoy's
house , " the inquiry made weekly.
"Has Polly's educator come yet ? "
and it always creates a rippfo of
laughter among the young folks
, scarfs , ribbons and any
fancy articles can bo made any color
wanted with the Diamond Dye * . All
the popular oolors.
MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC.
Clara Morris in In Boston.
Mary Amlcreon Is iu St. huulu.
"llninnny Hye" ntill drawn crowdn In
Mr. Kdwin Booth acted In Edinburgh
last week ,
Ford'n comic opera company IB in llich-
rnomi , Va.
Joseph ilcltereon U playing Deb Acres In
Joe Kimnot anil Joe Murphy both Kl > to
Australia next year.
Mleu Maria Van Xaudt HUH made n lilt
tin Million in 1'ari * .
MTH. luugtry'a Orxt apnoaranco In Chicago
cage IH net down for Now Yenr'H Day.
Sardou'n new comedy "Koodora , " l nil !
to Le the xiylo of "Daniel Kuclmt. "
Mien Alfco fUU will take the load with
nn entirely now company next mouth
Katli ) 1'ntrmm i > i playing her wny to
ward 'Frixcuvhcru nho will opjn in n few
New Orleans in tn have a now Frnnch
opera company , which la to open thcru on
Abbcv't ) LaiiRtry'n company will ho In
Philadelphia for two weeks , commenuinK
December 18. ,
Giles iShlnu ban been engaged to play
loading character * for four weeks with
Mine .JanauHchek ,
The fainnnH * German coiiicdinn , Herr
Krianck , will nrrive in a few days , und
shortly begin bin pngagoment at the
Thalia tluatro , Now York.
Lotta is now iilayinc ono of the most
nuccesBful ( financial ) ) ) eiiKagemenU of her
life at the Chestnut Street J'hiladelphia
opera house , the receipts list week reach-
log SI 1,001) .
Henrietta linker ban been eiigaxed for
HalvInl'H rompnny , A'ltlo le ! ! rile , Vlr-
Kinla Jiuchkiun , anil MIs.i linker will play
Ilio female iole * In suppoitof the trage
Mi' , Curl linen , in pnniiunce of hln set
tled polity of encotir.iglui ; llriti h com-
poHori- , Inn ghcn a r.ummUilou tn Air. A.
Goring ThoiiinH for an opera nn Ihn nub-
ject < n Diuuaii' "I' < Hiiii'r.ildiii" An oiera |
ciititlrit "Colinnl.la , " wrltun f"i bin by
Mr. A. C. Mucken/lu , han ) iut be i > tciin-
nletod , nnd will ho produced at JJrury
) /iiit ) In the cpilni ; .
HpoakuiR < > f Kiwronco JJarrolt. ' < ( por.
formnmo of h-iuueu'to in "Kranueiica dl
Klinini" the Nevi- York Triburm i-nys :
Mr. lj4V/Jcnco Jjurn it , ) > y n pcrfuinntlieo
( if oiugubr fdwiliuiion uiul tiimultuoiiH
upirlt , him U'litfld tj ; hid ( Optilni V u Chirac.
Ur of rrniHrkt'lo : cdtiiilh. ' 1 hii j ermm.
utloii , lifKHiiilriK cilinly , wa wrought up
to a iiiKh do roe of pAunIou and it evoked
a vthiriwhul of n > pUu > .u. "
* If Mra. Lydia K. Pinkhain hos not
really discovered the Klifir I'ifii. ,
which the anelunt Alcl-ciniata sought
by BO much patient research and por-
Bistent experiment , her medicine
eouiB , at least , likly to coininund an
Iniuioniie sale and universal popularity
in the future. If rapid progress and
n eminent success furnish any basis for
correct judgment , Mrs. Pinkham U
, most promising competitor for such
0 honorable distinction as the alohomiatt
01 failed to achieve.
GEORGE F. CRAWFORD
BUYER AMD SHIPPER OF EGGS.
No , 519 Soutli Main Street
CIL itums , IOWA
I Pay tin Highest Market Price and Deduct
No Commission ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS MANUFACTURING GO.
Mouldings , Scroll and Lattice Work , Wood Turn
ing , Ro-Sawing , Planing and Matching , Sash , Doors ,
Blinds , Boxes , Etc. Manui'acturors and Dealers in
Improved Hawkeye Wind Mills and Pumps.
J , J , latliaway , Manager , Ooimcil Bluffs , la ,
Machinery will bo run oxclunivoly for custom work on Thursday and Friday ol
each week. Orders nolicltod and satisfaction guaranteed.
( Successors to J. W. liodefer )
WHOLESALE AISD KETAIL DEALERS IN
LACKAfAfflA , LffiIGH , BLOSSBM&
CONHEILSVILLE COKE , CEMENT , LIME , PLASTER , ETC ,
Offlce No , 34 Pearl Street , Yardu Cor. Eighth Street and
Eleventh Avenue , Council Bluifc-i.
t'KTT.U THOU , . IIKIUIAX KUAOHT.
THOLL & KRACHT ,
Oor. Main Street ntl 7th Avenue.
Klnu ( Jroctile ) , Teas , Ki-j. , ft Spco'ixlty. lllsliont prlcrn pilil ( or country jiroJilco. New
imllillni ; , now Kucila , tow prices. \\o will not bo undotsaM , Call und vxtmlnn our stock.
P. T. M AYNE. 0. E. MAYNE
BROOMS , BROOM HANDLES'
MEAL , GRAHAM FLOUR AND
The Very Best of Brooma OonstDntly ou Hand. The
Market Price Paid for
Gorn , Oats , Rye , Barley
' . . - - V
BK.OO3VC OOHlsT : - . i
Parties Wishing to Sell Broom Corn Will Please
& ; OO.
THK r.HAUIKG U1JALKK IN
337 , Oounoil Bluffs , Iowa ,
IhU tnc ) le ° , l a been otitte inarlut for thro yearn , and ghei rcifcct tatUfnctlon. WK CIIAL-
I.KNilK THU WOULD to produce a litieMc hat cijualB It li.llio iollewln polntii : Kt-IUlUioap
pcaraiiio ; Sliid IN CDSO upou the Iraccj ad HJ > tn > ri > lli ; 4th Ita cain -clunlug without
taktnv tbn iraoi cutof tlie I niir ; Mb It nil ] not iinljuclloltiulf , Otli Tlia haino tuz pulln
utrilght mth the truce II UKJ'llfHH 'I'KACi : CAltltll K , the bc > t In the worM. 'I In uJckoru '
rMilyftilJmtfd , cannot jr.tolt Itiu I , anrt will not tatch the rein or tall. IIU.NTHc.S.S PATKNT
WIIIITLMUKK AND 11HKAST HTtlAlt HOOK , fcr biavy wagons , -'owing , dnwtui ; , etc. ,
onnotbuequttleil , 'Ilio tug \\lll not unhook Itlc'f. Jlanufacluicd by
DDITON , HUWTUBSS & CO. , Jauosvillo , Wieconsin.
For Bale by C. J , Bcekiimn , Council Hindi ; Bbarp A : 8011 tml 11 , g , Collins i Co. , Omaha , and by
all jobblDK liouucn.
ST. LOUIS HOUSE.
Saloon and Restaurant , . .
ADOLl'U DOJCRFLINGKlt , 1'roDtJetor. Choice Winen and Cignrs.
OyBtera in ] Cvery Style. ,
709 Lower Broadway , Oounoil Bluffs , Iowa-
STARR & BUNCH ,
HOUSE , SIGN ,
RNAMEHTAL PAINTERS ,
J Al'JW HANOINO ,
KALSDHININO AND tUlilKIKB ,
Shoo CirnorTlroarlw vf nd Sonti St
& ORAIO ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
P.lcli Out Qlufiu , line Froncli China ,
Silver Ware fieo. ,
BIO utoiavur COUNCIL BLurru , > VA.
Duoda and morltpujcg drami an _ d/nd
JACOB SIMS" ;
Attorney and Counsellor at Law ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA ,
Office Droadttay , between Main. , and I'ca
BtroeU. * , VUI J practice lu IStittuand | Vedu
AU Sliipperi . .nd Truveler lll 5 id'
od ncCviinmodiUioii uud roaaoiubl
SOUTH if/JEEP / ,
OPPOSITE OAl'STAL MILL ,
Council Bluffs , - - Iowa ,
HOLLAND & MILLEtt ,
DAVID G. EVANS & CO. ,
W > 1 North Second Street ,
ST , LOUIS , MO.
; s r-Ask your Grocer for the Cel
ebrated Star Uoflw > anvt .Bt-\r Baking
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