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    THE DAILY BEE-FRIDAY , IXOVEMB&ix IT
EL IS.
WHOLKSALK AND RRTAIL
BOOKS AND STATIOHERY ,
TOYS AND HOLIDAY GOODS ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
TITLE ABSTRACT 0 FFICL
or.w. . ia , acr oc 3R , aa .SB o < o > .
Lands and Lots Bought and Sold.
HONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES ,
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS iOWA.
i JOSEPH 11EITEK ,
A
MAKES THE FINEST SUITS IN THE LATEST STYLES ,
At the Lowest Possible Prices.
NO. 310 UPPER BROADWAY.
That , at lira. J. J. Good's Utlr ,
novtr require cilroplng Store t prlc"i never belcro touched by
ny other hair dealer. Also ft lull line ol iwitchci , etc. at greatly reduced prices. Also gold ,
Miter and colored nets. Wn\e.i made from Kdlca' own hair. Do cot tall to call before purchasing
tliewhore. All goodi wmantcd M represented. MHS. J. J. CiOOU ,
20 XUln Ktrcoi , Council IllutTi , low * .
TAYLOR BROS ,
105 MAIN STREET , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Wholesale Dealers in Lipors and Wines ,
No. 13 Mala St. , Council Bluffs , la.
Eranoh House ; Lindpr , Kiel & Jensen , Pioux Falle , P. T.
EJLTJC.lYVholesfclo
lYVholesfclo Dealers in
IOWA , NEBRASKA , AND MISSOURI ,
Dealer Also in { FA53CY GROCERIES , i
215 , 217 and 219 Main Street ,
O-IRp O IE IRIIES
Of All 'Kinds. New G-aods. New Prices , and
Square Dealing. Gall and Examine Our Stock.
EiTHIUfi HOUSE !
At Brant's Spring ,
Oor , Broadway and Union Sts.
COUNCIL BLUPES.
PUln , Modlca 5d. Vapor , Electric , flunge ,
Douch , Bbowor , Ilot "oua Cold IUUm. Com'
petent male anc female nurpca and attendants
always on hand. , and the best otrare md atten
tion Riven patrons. Special attention fflven to
bathing children. Investigation and patronage
loUcitod.
loUcitod.PR. . A.-H. STTJDLEY & Oa. ,
106 Upper Broadway.
Dr. Studley : Trtatmont ol cbronlo dueaocs
made a gpodatty.
REMOVED without the
drawing ot blood or use of
knife. Cures lunp dlsea es ,
Aisin nTFrwT ? Fits , Scrorula , Lbvcr Com
. . P1tt ° tt Oiopef , Kheuma
T II M fl R S tl6mfov" and Ucrcur-
I U Hi V IU O
| M gorc8i JrritlaB Salt
Rheum , S Id Head , Catarrh , weak. Inflamed
and granuicted YIS , Scrofulous Uk-ers end Fe
male DUeaaai o ! . all klnda. Alao Kldnty and
Venerlal ilsuaics. Hemorrhoids or Piles cured
money refunded.
VI diseases tw.tsd upon theprlndplscUcget'
Ureloro , vrtthont the use of mercurial pois
ons or the knife.
Electro Vapor or Medicated Baths , furnished
who desire Uem.
Hernia at Rupture radically cured by .tho uco
the Klutlc licit 7TU89 and Plaster , Hlil ! i has
In the world.
COWBUirATION FREE.
CALLCN OR ADDRESS
flrs , & , Bioo-and F , 0 , Millar ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , Ia.
DR. AP. . HANCHETT ,
SURGEON
OUce , No. U PearLSireet. noun , 0 a. m. to
2.wid2p. m , to it p , m. Rcoldaoae , 120
J3ancroft street. Toltflionlc connection rrlUi
Central office. _ _
STARS BUNCH ,
.HOUSE SIGN
. , ,
AKO
MAMEHfAL PAINTING.
PAPER HAKGINQ ,
MLSOMININB AM SRAIHIKG ,
JC& . S33E 3EJCIiu3.3 ! : 'Wr5Sr-
Shop Oornar Broadway nnd Sontt fit
F. T SEYBERT M. D.
. , , . . ,
PHYSICIAN & BURGEON ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - IA.
Office No. 5 , Kvorott Block , Broad
way , over A. Lonlo'a Reatcurant.
act ant s . a ? us , ci
Offlco over BaTlu B U QI !
-OOUNOIt. . BLUFFSovra. .
V. 0. J rac * , ia connection with bis law uid
( OllMtloobiulncMbayR and tells real eflttkj.
Persous wlehlogto Luy or soil city property ull
at hl4oUceovfr BuebneH'a book rtoro , Fen )
treat EDWiH J. ABBOTT.
Justice ot the Peace and
Notary Public.
fISBrcadway , Council Bluffs.
MRS , E , J , HARDING , M , D , .
Medical Electrician
AND
GYGNEOOLOGIST.
OrxluUo of KlocUopiihIc Institution , Phil *
delphfo , Tenn .
Office Oor , Broadway & 01onn Avo.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
The treatment of all dlaeaaen and painful dlf-
flcultlea peculiar to tonmlea a specially.
J. G. TIPTON ,
Attorney fefloesellor ,
Office over First National Dank , Council Bluffs.
Iowa. Will practice In the Btato and fedora
courts.
courts.JMO.JAYFRAINEY ,
Justice of the Peace ,
814 BROADWAY ,
Oonnoil Blnffs. - - Iowa.
W. B. MAYEB ,
Loans andEealEstate ,
Proprietor ot abstracts o ( Fottawattamle
county. Office corner ci Broadway and Main
ttrooU , Council Bluffs lown.
P , J , MUNIUOMBfiY , M , iJ ,
FliEB DlSfKNBJiUY C-VEUY SATURDAY.
Offlcaln Evcrett'n black , Pearl trect. Keel
dence C23 Fourth ctrtot. Cfflco boura from 0 to
2 a. m. , i ! to < ami 8ji.ro. Council IlluC
DENTIST.
I'earl cppodta the poetoffico. One o
tto oldeat rractlUoaerg In Council Bluffs. Bttlo
ilclutlon t'Uirantcad lu
HUGHES & TGWSLEE ,
DEALERS IN
Gcn/eotionezy , FruitsWuts
Cigars and Tobacco. Fresh
Oynters and Ice Cream in
Season.
12 MAIN ST. ,
Oounoil Blutth.
8TEAR9 'LAOflDRY.
723 W. Broadway.
LARSOK' f AHDEBSGH ,
Proprietors.
TbluUundiy bat Jusu Ticen oponeJ ( or hiu1 >
ncesi , and v/a are now jir pared to do laindry
vork ol nil klnda anJ guarantee titlsfictlou A
epecUlty made of Utc work , tach M cotlire ,
tuffs , flno ihlrto , etc. Wo w ut everybody to
glvo uj a trial ,
LARSON A ANDERSON.
in oa. omens. w , u. u.
OfflGSB & PUSH ,
Council Bluffis , la ,
Established , - - 1866
Realms In Kortljn and Domestic tfxcbang *
ead "
COUNCIL BLUFFS RAILROAD
TIME TABLE.
cnicAoo , HOCK ISLAND AXD PACIFIC.
tvptrt , Arrltc.
Atlantic Kxt..ft opni I Pacific Kx.9lftam | :
band ) Ull > . , P:25am : I Ex and Malr..C.V : > pm
I ) . Molnc ac'.7:15 : Mti | DCS Molncm'.4:40 : p m
CHICAGO , n-FaiSOrOX AND Ql'tVCT.
Depart. Arrive.
Atlantic Kx.BJO | p m I Pacific KxJ..9.-50 a m
Mali ami Kx' . . 'jo a in Mall and Kx . .7:00p : m
N. Y. Kx , 4.00 p tn I Neb tt Has Kx..gVO : a m
CHICAOO AND KORTllttUtltRX.
Depart. Arrlte.
Atlantic KxU5pm | ! I Pacific KtJ , . 9:15am :
Mai and Kv,9.JOain Mai and Kx * . 0:1.1 : I'm
Accotn. ( S.At , ) . .tu'iO p m | Accoin. ( Mon. ) 1:15 : p in
KANSAS CUT , St. JOR AND COU.sal. BLl'tFB.
Depart. Arrlto.
Mall and tlx..9.VMkm I Rxnrcw..O.'iOpm
Exprc ? * . , 9:10 : p m | Malt and Kx. . G'45\iM
VMOM PACIFIC ,
Dcpfttt. Arrltc.
( vcrhml MX , 11:30 ft. m. OtcrlandKxM400p. m.
.Incoln Hx lluVlft. m. DcmcrKx . . R01n.ni ,
> cn\tt Ex..7:00p. : in. Locill'.x (1:30 ( IV. in.
! Kx..7:2A , .
/oca : ft m. ' '
Kmlirant..5 : 0p. in. " Kx.f-ooa. ! ! ! ! m'
ABASH , sr. touts AND rActrio.
Dcp-irt. Arrlt c.
Mall and Kx. . 0:15 : a m I Mall and Kx. . 4:30 : p m
Cannon UMI. . 4'fOpm | Cannon i\ll..ll:03am :
KIOUX car v FAnria
Dcptrt. Arrive.
For Sioux i'i . * . . ? . m Frm Sioux O'y.C Optii
For Tort Nlobrnrx Krm Fort NIobrnrA ,
Neb'.7Mvm : Ncb.CWpm :
For St. Paul..7:40pm : From St. raul..8.CO n m
ClItCAOO , MILWAVKK1C AND AT ,
Ixs.it o Council llhids. ' Arrlt cs Council ntttlTi.
MallnnillUc.a Onin I Mall and F.x.'C5pm
Atlantic h\5:15 : ] ) in | Atlantta rx..I9.10a m
nncvno , MitttAfKr.r. AND KT. r\iu
U-mcsOinnln. Arrltcs atOmalia.
Mall and r.x7:15a : m I 1'acinc Kx [ t > :45nm :
Atlantic Kx. . 13 ! 10pin I Mall andKx * 7-2. > pln
KxccptSunda > 9. { Except Saturda ) ! . ) Kxccpt
ilond.ijs. I Dally.
Council BmQs & Omnba Btroot R. n.
Lcat o Council lltuffs. Leave Onmha ,
I n in , 0 ft in , 10 a m , I 8 a ni , 0 n m , 10 a m ,
II a tn , 1 m , 2 p tn , 3 p I 11 a in , 1pm , 2p m , 3 p
m , 4 p in , B p m , 01 > m , | m , 4 p in , 6 p in , 0 p in
Street cars run hall dourly to the Union Pacific
Depot. On Sunday the cars begin their trlpi at
9 o clock ft , tn. , and run rct'U any during the day
at 0 , 11 , 2 4 , D and 0 o'clock , and run to clt ) time.
"dNOWBALli'd"
A Colored Uootblnck Comes Into
PoBsosslon of Property Valued
at $50OOO.
New YotL Herald.
A Brooklyn darkey narnod John Do
Gross , but more familiarly known
among his acquaintances as "Snow
ball" and "Doc , " has been placed in
possession of property valued at $50 ,
000 after having followed whitewashing -
ing , blacking boots and other plebeian
avocations for n livelihood. "Snow
ball" was at ono time the body oorvmit
of the late Health Officer Ooohran.
When the Doctor' * will was opened
the fact discovered that ho had loft
"Snowball' a legacy of Cl000 John
Do Gross , Sr , "SnowbillV father
was an old resident of Brooklyn , and
a leader among the colored people of
Brooklyn when it was but a villnt'o.
Ho was intelligent , and of a saving
disposition. Whou Myrtle avenue
n as laid out and opened the old man
purchased from the city land at
the corner of Navy street and Myrtle
avenue which had been condemned
and taken , in the laying out of
the now thoroughfare. In 18-10 it
passed into the poraeusion of Tlioo-
clorua Bergen , who , with Do Grosa ,
long since died. The latter left three
children , of whom two are still living
John and Sarah. The property was
transferred to ono Francis Chatallo by
Bergen the same year in which it
came into his possession. In IfioO
Arthur Wellwood coourod it , and until
within the past week it has been re
tained by him. It is now occupied by
six tenants. The Do Gross children
endeavored to gain posaootiion of the
property through the courts in 1676 ,
claiming that they were the owners
by right of descent. Defendant con
tested the claim , but plaintiffi secured
a verdict In their favor. The case was
taken to the general term , when the
decision was reversed and n new trial
granted. Thia resulted In a verdict
lor defendant. Plaintiffs appealed ,
when the vprdict was set aside. On
the next trial had before Judge Neil-
son in September , 1880 , plaintHTd ob
tained a verdict. Appeal was again
taken to the general term , when the
last verdict was affirmed. Again re
sort was had to the court of appeals ,
which final tribunal , October 10 ,
affirmed the judgment of the court
below The plaintiffs have now secured -
cured possession of the property , and
"Snowball" is the pride and envy of
his colored contemporaries at local
cake walk ? , picnics and other festive
entertainments.
A Nowipanor Editor.
O. M , Holcomb , < > f Bloomvlllc , Ohio ,
risen to explain : "Had that terrible dta-
ease catarrh , for twenty yearn ; couldn't
taste or Hinell , and hearing was falling.
Thomat' Eclcttric 0(1 cured me. These nro
facts voluntarily given uualnat c former
prejudice of nntent medicine , "
A Now Yorlc Gamblor's PUUoaopny.
Trtitu Intonlcw.
Experience has shown mo that there
is no system that will boat faro , or
any other game of chance whore a
percentage is against you and no
judgment concerned , The usual per-
coutngo in this country in favor of the
bank is nearly eight per cent , or four
times what it ia in the great gambling
places of Europe.
But it is not the percentage alone
that gives the bank an advantage , nor
do they count upon that chiefly for
their winnings. The fact is , when
you play against the bank you play
ugalnxt a machine , and a machine can
boat a man out of sight every titno ,
Such is human nature tlmt f ho average
man ctnnot got out cf a gambling
house with u cent in his pocket. Ho
is not Butialiod with winning n
.reasonable mnount , but goes on until
ho fiimllc Io&i > a ull IKI hn ; with him.
On is playing with a liuiiUd num
against n capital that is practically un
limited , uca of course ho will got loft
in the long .run , oven leaving the ptr-
ceiit&go out of the question ,
iiut A meta important point in favor
of the bunk in this , uiul concernu the
eccentricity u luck What the roi-
eon any bo na ono Jui.nvu , but it is
cerluiujy truu that luck runs in
otreaVc , first bud aad then [ rood. To
follow up and bick the geol ; ctrcaks
und to lie back ou the bad , in the only
system 1 know of winning at any eiort
of gambling. Thu ttjublo jo thotmon
don't know wioJBh , or elaa they
haven't the ncrvo to practice it , They
win a fov/ times and become cautious
and hot email earns , fearing a change
in the luck , whcraaa the minute they
BCO their luck in running they ought
to stack their chips all ever the table
everywhere that there is room to put
them. Aa it is , the avoraga player
wcitu fcr his bad luck to cou.'o , and
then doubles and doubles until ho is
busted ,
It is in long runs of a color tliut
the bank makes its greatest coups ,
People Bocm tn think tlmt bocauoo a
color has turned up eight or nine
times it hasn't as good a ohixnco of
coming up the next. As a mutter of
foci the chances are exactly oven ,
though it is impossible to convince
ninoty-nino out of n hundred that
such is the caao. At Moiinc lately ,
the number BOTCH didn't como up for
several days , nnd people vrcro tolo *
craphing their orders from nil over
Europe to bet on nutnVor toron. Of
course the chances ngninst n run on a
color ate moro tr Icfs , nud ctn rjftd-
ily bo calculated , but the ohkiicoa on
each individual turn of the card nro
smelly oven ,
* A11 Indies who may * bo troubled
with nervous prostrAtion ; who suffer
from organic displacement ; who have
n sense of weariness and n fooling of
lassitude ; who nro languid in the
morning : in whom the nppotlto for
food ia capricious nnd sloop ni proper
hours uncurtain , should have rccourso
to Mrs , Pinkhntn'a Vegetable com
pound.
The First Comoro lu Uurnt Illvor
Poes.
S It LaVe Tribune.
Wo learn tlmt officials of the Oro-
Navigation nnd ICailwny company
liavo lately boon at Boise , Idaho , nnd
liavo arranged for oxtondlug tholr
line from Baker Oity , Oro. , to Boiso.
The route la to pass through the
Burnt Ilivor Passwhich is too narrow
Tor occupancy , wo nro told , by moro
than ono road , nnd this operates to
shut out the Oregon Short Linewhich
it was supposed would pass through
that way nnd bo operated in connection
with the Oregon Navigation and Roil-
way company. A largo force of mon
nro at work on the grade between
Bolao and Baker Oity.
The 0. N. & E. company have
1,000 mon grading on Burnt river ,
and have possession of all the narrow
passes , intending to dispute the righter
or possibility of the Oregon Short line
through the canyon. The contractors
have.built n otorv , boarding house nml
hay barn nt Wenthorby'a Station , and
intend to work all winter.
The Union Pacifio issued a circular
ou November 1 , saying that the Oregon
gen Short Line was now open for bus
iuoss from Granger to American Fnlls ,
and ordering that all freight for Mon
tana and Idaho , received by the Utah
nud Northern , bo shipped , ever ttu !
route , All freight going north of the
crossing of the road at McOammon's
Junction will bo transferred there
from the broad gauge to the narrow
gauge toad , and all freight for Wood
Hirer will go either to American Falls
or Blaokfoot. Rates am to remain
the same as it going via Ogdon.
Wny the Minister Ceuscd to Wonder
Uraior Tlrllmne.
Apropoa of the Egyptian trouble ,
wo wish to relate a little story , the
circumstances of which occurred dur
ing our trip to the Holy Land eevern
yearn ngo.
Ho was a devout Christian and made
the study of the Bible and a proper
understanding of the Big Book the
nighost aim of lifo.
When ho arrived at the Sea of Gal
ileo his heart was filled with nwo , am
ho felt elevated and cleansed by the
thought that ho waa gazing on the
very same spot where his Savior
once stood.
Approaching the boatman , ho ad
dressed him lu his choicest Arabic
anJ , with blblo and commentary ii
hand , awaited an answer.
"Ah ! what smaller 'th yet ? Why
don't yor talk the United States ? '
asked the man contemptuously. Ho
was a real live Yankee , who was pick
ing up a living by ferrying tourists
across the Epa.
1 So thisis , the sea of Galileo , " devoutly
voutly murmured the searcher after
knowledge.
"Yu-a-s. "
"And this is where our Savior
walked upon the waters ? "
"Yn-a-s. "
- - .
"How much will you charge to take
mo to the exact spot ! "
"Wall , you look like a gentleman
and I won't charge yon no thin1. "
The devout one boarded the boat ,
and at last was pointed out were the
miracle is oaid to have occurred ,
After gazing at the waters and divid
ing hia tinio between glances at his
books and devout ejaculations of satis
faction , the searcher signified his will
ingness to return.
"Charge you $20 to toke you back , '
said the speculative Yankee.
"But you said you would charge
nothing. "
"Naw , didn't. Nothin' to bring
you out ; twenty to got back. "
"And do you charge everybody $21
to take them back ? " asked the nston
ishod ocarohor.
"Ya a-s. That's about the figgor. '
"Well , then , " said the devout ono
as ho wont down in his clothes , "m
wonder our Savior got out x
wullted , "
A VOYAGE IN THE STEERAOrK.
How Poor People Uroua the Atlantic
Prentice Mulford , in the San Fran
cisco Chronicle , gives a long account
of a voyage in the ateorago , Ho says
Eioh steoragor in required to fur
nish himself with n bed , blanket
plate , knife , fork , spoon , and a tjr
can for holding water , served oui
daily. The total cost of thcso articles
in London is not moro than three o
four dollars. Then , if ho has the wis
dom of mi old ttcoragor , he will pro
vide himself with a "Jinok pot , " to
contain the tea and cc/fl'jo curved a
mcala. The hook attaches U to the
run of the table and proventii it fron
being rolled oil' , If ho is wiaor ntill
ho will take with him tun , coffee , choc
oKitn , oaniKil m n'vtor fiah , nud A foiv
spicca or coudimcrita for helping out
the ohip'a bill of faro. Many of my
fellow'paEBongorj had so provided
themselves , nnd wo enjoyed many no
ciablo private "teas" on the trip , The
daily bill of faro , as near as I can recollect
olloct , waa ca follows ; Breakfast n
-cotfoo , hot rolla and butter. Th
bO'Ctillid "rolln" wcro in reality emul
loavea , of which each pamouger wu
ontiRud to ono at a meal. At 1030 ;
or 11 , ooup or gruel for the children
of which the older pansengort
through a contrivance of good will
often got a share , Dinner at 1 $ m ,
Soup , roast beef and potatoes , or cod
fiah and potatoes , rico or broad pud
dingr Tea at CCold bread am
butter and what was cillod tea
Often in the afternoon at 4 a plat
of soup or gruel was onion
THE OTTAWA CYLINDER CORN SHELLER ,
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SSI IU ; AIIT IHi ! LEMEi\T CO KljUKFS , IOW1
tie things possible , There
' 38 certainly enough to out of
lie kind. I venture to any that one-
lalf of ours1 eon > gra wire no or on
here fed with ao much regularity , or
von variety. The hoof tasted OH
hough the lifo had boon tali on out of
\ by seine process. It was out up bo-
ere boiug brought to the tnblo. It
was brought in a hugo tin can. The
an was taken to llio lablo by ono of
ho assistant blowards , and out of it
10 doposltod the prices on our plates
with n long fork. The potatoca came
text in another hugo pan. Another
toward laid the requisite nunibor by
jur plates. Our soup plivtos woru
lillod in n similar fashion. The tnblo
crvico , as rany bo imagined , was
mliroly practical in its nature. There
was no formality.
The meal finished , each guest was
equlrod to wash his or her own
able ware. For this purpose the cook ,
after each meal placed n largo vessel
of hot water near the galley , on dook.
Co this the passenger repaired with his
> wn ooap and towel , plunged therein
its tin plato , cup , knife , fork , and
md spoon , washed , wiped and retired.
There wao no change of hot water for
, ho company. Of course , at the latter
end of this lavatory process it bocanio
moro and more greasy , nnd ns it
cooled this grease took on a moro
and moro solid consistency , The
; ucst is required to clean also that
> art of thu table allotted to him , tn
lather up all the scraps , especially
ho potato poolings. Thcso were gen-
irally fired into the "chuto , " from
whence the cinders and coal ashes
were emptied Into the sea. When this
chute was on the leeward side of the
Vessel all wont well , and the debris
slid readily into the ocean. When
, ho chute wna to windward things did
lot go overboard so readily. Then a
arger amount of thu anullar ecrap-
} go found its way to the general
vush-pnn. The trip from the atocir-
agu table with this table furniture waa
on an even keel a matter of ono
mndred and odd foot , involving alto
; ho climbing of the steerage staira to
; ho main deck. By the main deck ,
[ would inform the ultra Iquda-
man ) is not meant the upper
deck , which commands the view ol
the sea It is the enclosed dock on
which are located all the offices of the
little floating world , such as the engine
room , cook room , steward's room ,
butcher shop , pastry cook , etc. Ours
was on deck below this. Having had
some sea training , all this dish wash
ing and other discipline was for moue
uo great hardship. I had done it all
before in the forecastle. But some of
the poor follows wont erratically for
many days in this unaccustomed ser
vice. There was often a clangor of
pots and plates and precipitations of
human forms in all shapes on deck ,
and a spilling of slops in all directions
during heavy weather.
The principal abuse of the modern
steerage lies in the contracted space
occupipd by the berths. There is no
necessity for so crowding twelve people
ple in a opaoo not largo enough for
four. The steamers take , as a rule ,
full cargoes from America , but they
ire not so loaded coming baok. Nor
! s there any real necessity that the
steerage passenger bo obliged to fur
nish his table-service. Cleanliness
would bo far better regulated were
the tables sot with tha ship's plates ,
knives , forks , and cupa , and
those removed , wanhod , and
stored by the ship's attendants.
As it is , four-fifths of the
people are entirely inadequate to the
proper cleansing of their own table
ware , even in fair weather , and the
result is the storage in their bunko of
greasy plates , which are continually
getting loose and clattering about
under foot in rough weather. Ao for
the faro , I would in the mines of
California have boon very glad to live
as well an I did in the Btcorago. I
have soon worse faro on oomo vessels
when a sailor , and oven worao in some
cheap boarding houses on shore. Wo
had a very calm passage until within
four daya of Now York. The steamer
waa light , and euoh rolling for three
days I never doomed anything afljat
capable of , The oscillations wore ns
regular and almost as rapid ns these
of a common pendulum. It was ono
steady BOO saw night and day the
dock for over so few seconds like a
Hansard roof up , and without the
pausoof u second it waa the Mansard
roof down again. I rolled like a log
to and fro in my bunk , und no
amount of self > chooking would to-
euro mo. At last I hit upon n fash
ion of screwing my houd into ono
corner of the brth , and Homohow I
don'r. know how I could inuko that
end of my bjdy otay there , but all
below the waist , especially the legs ,
thruuhod about like a p ir of whip-
hU.oa , I bocauui uo tired of llau ji-
voluntary ozorciso that my whole
body ached ,
JACOB SIMS ,
Attorney and Uonnsollor at
COUNCIL LLUKFS , IOWA ,
Ottk'o liroaJwuy , between Malnjj and I'ca
BtrcUa. HU1 practice In [ StauhanJ glfcdo
urti
JOHN STEINER , M. D , ,
( Dcutaclier Arzt.
Cor , WASHINGTON AYE & 7th Si
Council Blnffs.
.irfmeei ot women nd childroj
BUYER AND SHIPPER OF EGGS.
1,519 South Main Street ,
COUNCIL 11LUEFS , IOWA
I Pay the Highest Market Price and Deduct
No Commission.
COUNCIL BLUFFS MANUFACTURING GO.
Mouldings , Scroll and Lattice Work , Wood Turn
ing. Re-Sawing , Planing and Matching , Sash , Doors ,
Blinds , Boxes , Etc. Manufacturers and Dealers in
Improved Hawkeye Wind Mills and Pumps.
J. J. Hatliaway , Manager , Council Bluffs , la ,
Machinery ill bo run exclusively for custom work on Thursday and Frldif o
each week. Ortlora solicited nnd untlufnution ( mnrnntood.
. JKH.I TEST
( Successors to J. W. Eodefer )
WHOLESALE AliD RETAIL DEALERS IN
LiOMIAMA , LEHIBH , BLOSSBW
I GOAL ;
CONMELLSVILLE COKE , GEMEKT , LIME , PLASTER , ETC.
Office No. 34 Pearl Street , Yarde Oor. Eighth Btreet
Eleventh Avenue , Oounoil Bluffa.
PETKU TUOLU IIBRUAK KRAOITT ,
THOLL & KRACHT ,
GROCERIES 'AND PROVISIONS.
Oor. Main Street and 7th Aveuuo.
Fine Groceries . , TCOB , Eio. , a Specialty. Highest prices paid ( or country produce. No *
DUlldlnfr. . new goodi ' , , low prices , Wo will not bo undersold , Call and examine our itook.
delivered.
P. T. MAYNB. o. E. MAYNE
COUNCfL BLUFFS STEAM FACTORY
MANUFAOTURK
BROOMS , BROOM HANDLES.
CORN MEAL , GRAHAM FLOUR AND
The Very Boat of Bro'-rn tiautaiitly on Hand. The
! Vi . , lent Price Paid for
Corn , Oats , Rye , Barley
Parties Wluhlnjj to 8 U Broom Corn Will Pleaae
Bond Sample.
OO.
MRS. D , A. BENEDICT ,
THE LKADING DKALEIl IN
X2C k3C DEC , Gh O
337 Broadway , Oounoil Bluffs , Iowa.
ST .
Saloon and Restaurant ,
ADOLTJI DOUHFLINOKH , ProptJetor. Choice Wiuee nud ClgftH
, Oyntors m Evoty Style. '
n T- T
700 Lnwnr Rrondwny. flounci ! Bluffs Iowa.
DUQUETTE , GUIBERT & CO. ,
(3uccci ( OM to jitU & DUQUKTTK ) .
r
YO nml 18 Pearl. st. founell , la
D. M , CON NELL ,
Funeral Director and Undertaker ,
No. 17 , North Main Street Oounoil Bluffs
UNION BAKERY ,
517 SOUT Mm STREET ,
THH BEST BREAD IN THE CITY , Nouo but firat-olasa liakera
mployed. Bread , Oako , PJos , &o. , delivered to any part of tLo city. . Otn
> V gona rnn all day. - T
P. AYRES , Proprietor.