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THE OMAHA DAILY BEEu THURSDAY. JUNE 2 1887.
talCX , NO. 19 , PEABL STREET.
DtllTercd by carrier In nny r rt of the city nt
twenty cents per ws k.
B. W. TILTON , . . . Manager.
BrmmtdB Omci. No. a.
MIOIIT KUITOH No. ax.
K. Y.Plumblnjj Co.
New spring goods at Roller's , tailor.
Wanted At the Pacific house , u cham
Manawa lodge , I. 0. G. T. , is to give n
Eoclal this evening.
Win. Welsh , the hnckman , has oocncd
n ofllco in the Manhattan.
Duquotto & Co. are getting settled In
their 11 ow quarters in the Uluomcr build-
BTho Methodist ladies cleared $110 for
the church by their Decoration duy din-
1 The board of trustees of the institution
for the deaf and dumb meets next Tues
The Acme club is to be entertained
this evening ut Mrs. Beck's , on Ulen
The Bavarian band will probably omit
Its weekly park concert , and not give
ono until next week.
The ground is being broken for the
building of the new Hats to bo erected by
Mr. Ament on Seventh street.
A horse stolen in Harrison county sonic
time ago was yesterday found iu this
city and returned to his owner.
A big excursion party from Shcnan-
doah is expected here on the 15th. They
will spend most of the diy at tlie lake.
The Congregational social will bo pn-
tcrtained this evening at the residence of
Mrs. D. W. Otis , Mrs. Walker and Mrs.
A dirt team relieved tlic monotony of
I'ierco street yesterday by a runaway.
No serious damage , the driver escaping
with a few scratches.
Permit to wed was yesterday given to
Charles Nillscn and Jilsio M. llansen.
both of this city ; Joseph W. Smith and
Ida A. Meyers , also of this city.
Harry Johnson was before Justice Barnett -
nett yesterday on the charge of assault ,
but the prosecuting witness refused to be
sworn , and the bottom fell out of the
J. G. Tate , the master workman of the
A. O. U. W. , of Iowa , is to deliver a free
public lecture in thu G. A. R. hall on
Friday evening Everybody invited to
There are now only two cases of scarlet
fever in the city. The swread of the
disease has beun prevented by the action
of the board of health nnd the watchful
ness of the city physician.
Last evening Mr. Joseph Smith was
married to Miss Ida Meyer , daughter of
Captain Meyer , of the postolliee. Rev.
'G. w. Crofts olliciated. Mr. Smith is in
the employ of Bono & Co.
There was n quiet wedding at the par
lors of the Ogden house yesterday. The
contracting parties were Josiah Saniu-
son , of Denver , and Elizabeth Bucking
ham , of Wisconsin. Justice Barnett of
Prayer meeting at Harmony mission
chapel this evening at 8 o'clock. Subject ,
"Christian Character , " 2d Peter , 1 chap-
tcr. Christian workers invited to attend
and assist in making these meetings in
teresting nud instructive.
Tlie Now York plumbing company is
moving into their now quarters in the J.
J. Brown building. The upper part of
the building is being lilted into oiliees ,
nnd the elevator and stairway arc nearly
The city council is meeting as a board
of equalization every evening to listen to
complaints , aud finish the work before
them. There seems , thus far , to bo more
complaints in regard to the assessments
than in regard to the raises made by the
board , but in all there are not so many
protests as were expected.
The fire lads had the old Bluff City
steamer out yesterday trying it. Since
Council Blull's had had its water works
there lias been no need of steamers for
actualservice , , and the trial now is sim
ply to'got the steamer in condition for
capturing the lirst prize at the Sioux City
- tournament. The stream thrown yester
day wits a magnificent ono , and too strong
for the hose , two sections of which were
To-morrow evening the public will bo
given an ouportunity of hearing the now
organ of St. Paul's church. T ho pro-
gramme ( or the recital is an excellent
one , and the entertainment promises to
be both enjoyable and of a high order.
There are a number of vocal selections
i upon the programme , besides a recita
tion by Miss Hatcher. The tickets are
$1 , and can bo secured at Bushnell's.
There will bo no reserved seats , so that
those desiring to secure their choice
should provide themselves with tickets
and bo at the church promptly. The
concert will begin at 8 o'clock.
The mail carriers arc joining in an
' effort to get the citizens to provide their
* residences and business places witli lock
boxes iu which the mail can bo placed by
the carrier. They claim that in this way
the work would be much lightened , and
made more satisfactory. The move is a
good one , aud the request is ono that
ought to be complied with. The only
objectionable feature to the move is that
it appears to have a shrewd advertising
dodge attached to it. One particular
tnako of boxes is recommended , and the
announcement is made that the agent
will soon bo around to take orders.
J. M. Walker , ono of the Salvation army ,
was arrested yesterday for peddling with
out a license. Ho was quite indignant at
the complaint being made against him ,
as ho is an old soldier whoso health was
badly broken by imprisonment in Andcr-
sonvillc prison. He claims to bo selling
yeast manufactured by himself , and
bcnco that ho oucht to bo free from hav
ing to pay n peddler's license. The po
lice claim that he was not selling his
yeast , but was peddling brooms , and
hence they pulled him. walker has had
n good dual of trouble , is a cripple , lias
recently lost his wife and with a large
familv of children is compelled.to work
to keep the wolf away. Judge Aylos-
worth was obliged under the law to line
him , but the council will probably remit
the fine. There is much sympathy felt
foi him , but at times ho talks quite im
pudently , which leads Hi in into needless
There is hardly a day passes without
there being at least ono complaint at the
rity marshal's office in regard to dogs.
Every person who is bitten by n worth
less cur hastens to the city marshal for
redress and satisfaction. There is almost
always an urgent demand for the mar
shal to get his gun and go out shooting.
On several occasions the marshal has
filed informations against the owners of
such dogs , charging them with keeping
a vicious canine. There has been no
such case pressed to a hearing , but it ap
pears that there is no law or city ordi
nance , thus far discoverable , by which
the marshal has the right to shoot any
such dog , or for the court to tiuo any per.
son for having a vicious dog. The lack
of this ncedod authority is proving a seri
ous drawback to the marshal in his at
tempts to right these numerous grlov-
ances. Thnru should bo something done
to clothe him with the needed power tc
kill oft * the worthless dogs , whoso chlcl
delight seems to bo to bark and bite.
Drs. Hitnohott 4 Smith , ofllco No. ' 13 ,
Pearl it. , residence ISO Fourth st. Tele
CflARCED WITH CONTEMPT ,
Warrants Issued For Violators of the Baleen
ST. PAUL'S NEW ORGAN.
The CoiiBtnbloB Protest Against Den
tition Getting the Business The
Junes Cnsc Ilclng Arjjucd The
Motor Line Personals.
Ornbblnir For Papers.
Tlicre is considerable trouble brewing
among the justices , constables and
specials. There are many sides tn the
Stories and .stntclncnts , but the chief
cause of trouble seems to arise from the
feeling between the regular constables
and those who arc doing special service.
The constables elected by thn people- nat
urally claim that they should be given all
the papers which are to bo served , so
that they may secure the fucs. They
claim that other constables , specially ap
pointed by tliu justices , get the most of
the business. They argue thttt there is
little use in the city electing constables ,
if they are to bu mure figure-heads.
There is little use in the constables
elected attending to business , so long as
the papers in cases where there there are
fees to be had are given to men who are
appointed by justices. There are numer
ous complaints , and there is talk of hav
ing some of the grievances aired iu
Uu the other hand it is claimed that
the constables who were elected are not
always on hand to servo papers , and it
becomes necessary to place the papers in
the hands of deputies. In many eases ,
civil suits , the phiintiu" often wants to
favor sumo particular deputy constable ,
and the paper is given him. The
justices arc not always the ono who dis
tribute this patronage , if such it may bo
called , anil those starting suits often re
quest that certain persons , not regularly
elected constables , bo given the papers
The regular constables insist that the
justices have no right to deputize tlit'so
special constables , except in cases of
emergency , and then the specials thus
appointed must lilo bonds in the sum of
$ 200 in each case. It is claimed that the
legal requirements have not in all cases
been complied with , and that there are
grounds for action against the justices.
There are two or three persons wno
were defeated before the people at the
last election and yet who are practically
as much constables as if they had suc
ceeded in getting elected. Tlioy have a
lot of bonus maue out so that wlion there
are any papers which they can got hold
of to servo , all they have to do is to hand
one of these bonds to the justice , take the
papers and serve them. The reirular
constables object to these , claiming that
they ought to have tho'business.
Making Whisky Hot.
As predicted iu the BEE , the prohibi
tionists are taking stops to have those
punished who have violated the injunc
tions issuuil against saloons. In some
cases the injunctions were against both
tliu saloon-keeper and the owner of the
property thus occupied. The law pro
vides that when such injunctions are violated
lated , all that is necessary is to establish
that fact by allidavits and unless the de
fendants can convince the judge before
whom they are brought that they have
not thus violated the injunction , ho must
line them at least $ . " > 00 and imprison them
for not less than three mouths. The ex
treme penalty for the first ofFense is six
months in jail and $1,000 lino. The fine
is a lien on the property. It appears ,
therefore , that the case is no trifling one ,
and those who arc found guilty of those
violations have a heavy penalty to meet.
The hard ( nature of the law is that the
judge is the sole judge , and there is no
jury to bo worked , and no appeal , the
law making it a contempt of court.
. Allidavits have been prcnarod showing
that there have been violations of the
law by some of those whoso places have
been enjoined. Certified copies of the
injunctions have been prepared , and
thus the showing has been made ready
for Judge Carson to act upon. Yester
day a number of warrants were issued
on such showings and several were
placed in the hands of the sherift'to servo.
The defendants are to bo hcitrd on the
13th of Juno , and the bail in'thcso cases
is fixed at $700. The warrants placed in
the hands of the sheriif yesterday atlect
six dill'orent saloons. Ono is against
Dave McAdams , on Broadway , aud
against the owner of the building , Alder
man Danfortl. Another is against Mrs.
D. S. Amy , the owner of the brick block
in which the Phoenix saloon has been
running. Another is against the place
known as the Mint , on Broadway , the
warrants being for Dan Carrigg and
George L. Smith. There is a warrant for
M. G. O'Connor , who keeps on Main
street. Also for Frank Lauor of the
same street. 11. Hoitman , of the St. Joe
house , is upothcr who is to bo called into
Petitions were filed -yesterday for some
more injunctions. Among those who
have bccu loft undisturbodjbcforo is Will
iam Malony , of the Pacific house bar.
A petition is now filed asking for an in
junction against that place. The other
now injunctions sought are against P.
Burcham. No. 186 Broadway ; William
Gunn , 1017 Main street ; William Gibson ,
No. 611 Main street ; Geiso & Under , No
10 East Pierce street ; and H. Carulson ,
who keeps out in the country.
All of these cases are sot for a hearing
before Judge Carson on the 18th.
The prospect of having the hotel bars
closed has resulted in a conference of the
proprietors of the leading hotels as to the
advisability of closing the hotels them
selves. The proprietors of the two
largest hotels declare that if the bars are
closed that they will close the hotels also.
They say they cannot run their houses
successfully without the rorenuo arising
from the bar , especially when the other
business falls off as they behove it will if
the bar is closed. There is considerable
excitement caused by the reports that
warrants are out for those who arc
charged with violating the inkmctions.
The liHh is a data around which much
interest centers , and the disposition of
the cases will be waited for anxiously.
Some of those who fear that
warrants may bo issued for thorn , Lave
already made themselves scarce. TTho
property owners have to stay by , and the
contest will have to bo mot by thorn in
any event. The only hope from which
those in bereavement can get any cheer ,
is that the supreme court of the United
States will declare the law unconstitu
tional. The Kansas case , which is .al
ready there , seems to be lying dormant ,
but a decision is looked for every day.
There seems to bo .little consolation or
comfort tn bo had from the state courts ,
and the law as framed seems iron-clad ,
Tbe Motor Line.
There has been more delay in getting
the motor line started between the city
and lake Mauawa than was looked for.
The Indications are now favorable to a
speedy completion of the line , and doubt-
ES ore the sweltering days of summui
are hero the line will bo carrying thou
sands of people to the cool waters. Mr ,
Graves , of Dubuque , in a letter to Mr
Clark , says :
Although assured of prompt shipment ol
rails from St. Louis , I found when 1 callec
Immediate shipment I could set but one
fourth tbe amount I wanted and would hav <
to wait a month for tba balance , so 1 qull
that market and finally bought stool rails in
Wlicellntr , and nil arn now en route for
Council UlutTs. Then L found the locomo-
tlve'works so crowded I could got no motor
under six months , but finally succeeded in
KettlnK two yesterday by telccraplilue to
Jersey City. Hope to ilml cars to-morrow.
The mils shnu'd reach hero tlio last of the
week , and they will ho Inld on the iloublo
quick. When work commences , the motto
will bo "Get There. EM. "
J. W. & E. L. Squire make beautiful
abstracts of title , and deserve the success
they , are enjoying.
The Now Organ ,
The organ'recital to-morrow evening
at St. Paul's church will bo in accord
ance with the following programme :
\ \ , J. ( lratlanOr ! nUt.
Prelude. Offertory D Minor Battiste
Sola , Salvo Itcglna C. llcnshaw lnna
Andnnta , In A Hnnrv Smart
Solo. . , Lullaby from Krmlnio
MISS Jjlllll .1 OIK'S.
Concert Kantaslc , Air by UotIe..W. T. Uest
Uuet , Holy Father Ouluo thy Children. . . .
The Misses Merkel.
Pravcr Alex Gulltnant
Solo , Ynchtiimn's Snue Brown
Mr. I. M. Troy nor.
OfTcrtory to St. Cecilia Uattlstp
Miss Kato 1'usey.
Communion In ( ) liattlsto
Kueltatloii , How Dot Heard the Messiah
Miss Nellie Hatcher , assisted by Miss
Baibara Mcrkcl aud Mr. Ticynor.
Postlude , Harvest ThanksBlvlnj : Mtuch. .
Cheap storage in either small or car
load lots at Nos. ! > S , ! M and iiG Pearl stree
J. U. Snyder.
The Murder Trial.
The trial of Jonathan Jones for the
killing of David Roberts is still occupy
ing the attention of the district court.
The evidence is all in and the arguments
begun yesterday afternoon. W. A. Myu-
ster opened on the part of the state , and
was followed by Judge Lyman ou behalf
of the defense. This morning Colonel
Scott , of Umaha. will make the closing
argument for the defense , and will bo
followed by Colonel Daily for the state.
There will doubtless bo a larger audience
to-day than during the progress of the
trial , as there are many who desire to
hear ColoneJ Scott , who is one of the
strongest and most entertaining advo
Latest improved gasoliho stoves at N ,
004 Main street , W. A. \ \ ood.
A. G. Pansh.of the Emerson Chronicle ,
was hero yesterday. '
A. U. LcGrow , of Missouri Valloyr was
in the city yesterday.
Postmaster A. Frazior.of Honey Creek ,
was in the city yesterday.
C. L. Hammel , of Marseilles manufac
turing company , is the proud father of a
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ticknor have re
turned from Kansas , to take up their per
manent abode Jioro.
Sheriff J. I ) . Garrison , of Harrison
county , is in the city on business con
nected with his oflice.
Misses Grctchon and LizzieHalm , of
Chicago , are in the city visiting their sis
ter , Mrs. G. A. Kellogg.
E. D. Dodd , of Chicago , who has been
spending a few days in the city , the
guest of Messrs. Atkins and Blauchard ,
has returned cast.
Dr. T. S. Thomas , of Carson , lias de
cided to locate in this city. Ho has been
in active practice in this county for lif-
tcen years , and is a valuable acquisition
to this city.
Our tenth lot of Quick Meal stoves just
in. Can now supply all back orders.
COLE & COLE , 41 Main street.
Patients wishing to enter the Cottage
Home hospital during the month
of June must apply to cither of the fol
lowing committee : Mrs. J , B. Atkins ,
No. 540. Sixth avenue , Mrs. C. R. Allen ,
321 Park avenue , Mrs. M. F. Roher , 239
Vine street , Mrs. M. C. Gaiucs , 718 Third
Fremont's Woolly Horse.
Philadelphia Record : The allusion in
this month's installment of HayandNico-
lay's "Life of Lincoln" to the nickname
"woolly liorso" applied to General Fre
mont in the campaign of 1850 , recalled to
my mind a story told mo by an old
Washingtonian about the origin of the
strange soubriquet. It seems that after
Fremont had lirst announced to the world
his discoveries in the great west , a Phila
delphia showman of u. tricky and specu
lative turn undertook to exploit Lieuten
ant Fremont's discoveries and at the same
time make a little money for himself. So
he came down to Washington , congress
being iu session , and hiring a shop on the
avenue , proceeded to advertise and ex
hibit "Lieutenant Fremont's woolly horse ,
captured by the gallant explorer in the
very heart of the Rocky'Mountains.at the
risk of his life. " Or course , it was
only nn ordinary evory-day horse ,
with patches of wool stuck on. But
it took , and the showman began to
make money on it. Ono day Senator
Benton , Fremont's father-in-law , beard
of the humbug , and started out vowine
to drive it out of tawn before evening.
Taking a brother senator with him ho
marched at once to the enemy's shop.
The showman , who was standing outside
the door , and who know him perfectly
well , had the impudence to go right on
with his lecture. He even went so far as
to say to the crowd :
"Hero is Lieutenant Fremont's father-
in-law Senator Uonton. Won't you
walk in , senator , and take your iricnd
with you. U won't cost you a cent. "
"Como inside , " said Benton , sternly ,
handing him $1 and striding in with his
friend ; "where is this animal ? "
"Here ho is , " said the showman , be
ginning at the beginning of his lecture
'Stopl" said Benton , in a tone that
had often made the senate chamber ring ;
"if you don't take that fraud out of this
town before dark I'll mate you wish you
had never been born. "
The impudence of the man was fright
ened out of him by Benton's severity and
earnestness. "I'll go , " ho said.nndwcut
A talking canary has been discovered
at Lowcatoft , England. It belongs to a
lady who has taught it to repeat several
words and phrases , and to imitate suc
cessfully the notes of other , caged birds.
A Baltimore druggist docs a big busi
ness in love powders. This is a copy of
the prescription , with the doses omitted :
"Rx. Pura Sacchara Alba , Hydrant aqua.
Take as directed by Dr. . "
THE TROTTING STALLIONS ,
( Standard No. 2015) ) Sired by Almont No
83 , and 'Register. " ( Standard No. 5813 ,
Sired by Tramp No. 808- These stallions
will mak j the season of 1837 at the Coun >
oil UluIVs Driving Park.
For particulars inquire of or address.
' WADE GARY , Council Bluffs , la. '
Special advertisements , such M Lost , Found
'jolionn.For Bute , To Kent , Tinnts , Boarding1 ,
etc. | irlll liolnsorfoj. In this column nt tlie loir
ratoof TENCKNTSltKK LINK forthonm Inter-
Ion nnd'lve Ccnti Per I.lno for each subiaijuenc
Ineortlon. Lcnro Advertisements nt our office
No. 1t'carl ttrqct , near Utomlnnr , Council
ANTK ) A KOOI ! Rfrlor itencrnl house
work. Apijut | | 70J Sixth avenue ,
\\rANTr.D-A peed ( ilrl , work llgbt. Apply to
No. ' 'l Vine * lH'Ct.
ANTnn A Rood Irish setter. Shop Uobbe ,
901 > lnln street. _ _
ANTEU-A second cook nt Dceliicle'i
OK ItCNT tlnoil pastures for 11.25 per
ncro In i'ottnwnttninloitml Harrison conn-
ties. Apply to Borneo Kvcrclt. _
FOll SALE A itocK ircncrnl merchandise In
a Rootl town in western lown. A first-
chi'8 cunnco for any ono wUhlnir to onirnxo in
business. Stock will invoice nbout * SM ( anil
will bu volrt cheap. Per further Information
Inquire ol M. i : . smith A Co. . Omaha , or N. ( i
Phillips , Ilrokur , No. 4l'J ' Broadwiiy , Council
FOll SALE Or Trade Six sections of cooj
land In Uni'olti county. Neb. , on u. P.
railway. Call on or mldregg Odoll tiros. 4 Co. ,
10. ) 1'onrl St. , Council lllutr.i. _
NOTICK Will pay the highest price for first-
class cii < st-oll Indy'p , Kent" , anil ulilhlron'a
clothlnw , hoots , shoe * , hats , oto. 1) . Goldstein ,
Nos. ' . ' 17 and - - llroiidway.
Is to bo done by nearly all the ladies in
Now is the right time to do this. For
ladies , it is a disagreeable- unavoid
able work , and we make the oll'or to do
the most troublesome work of all , that is
TO CLKAN THE CAUPKTS.
Wo clean the carpets , velvets , moqucttes ,
brussels , or any other kind of carpets ,
without taking them up. We guarantee
THAT TIM : CAUPET Aviu , in : rniiiT.on.Y
CLKAN , THAT 'llli ; COLONS AUK HI'STOKKU ,
and that no dust will bo left in the car
pet. We guarantee our work aud refer
to prominent parties in this city.
Send us a postal card and wo will call
upon you and explain iu what way our
cleaning takes place. O. A. FIMIKU.
No. UiM Sixth Avenue , Council Blulla.
Of FIVER < C I'USEY ,
Vacant Lots , Lands , City Residences nnd
Farms. Aero property In western part of city.
All eelllns clictip to make room for spring stock
R. P. OFFICER ,
Real Estate & Insurance Agent ,
ItoomS , over Officer & Pueoy's Bank , Cou
Justice 9 ! the Peace ,
415 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Refers to any bank or business house in the
city. Collections a specialty.
For all purposes , bought and sold , at retail
and in lots. Large quantities to select
from. Several pairs of fine drivers , sin
gle or doMble.
MASON WISE , Council Bluffs
OIIN Y. STONE. JACOB SIMS
STONE & S/AfS ,
Attorneys at Law ,
acticc in the State and Federal Courts
Rooms 7 and 8 Sluigart-Beno Block ,
O. B. ALLEN ,
EnpeerSufveyorMapPublislier , ,
JVro. 11 North Main St.
City and county ratips , of cities and counties
In western Iowa , Nebraska and Kansas.
CRESTON HOUSE ,
The only Hotel in Council Bluffs Having a Fin
And All Modern Improvements.
SIS , 817 and 319 Main St.
MAX MOItN Prop.
R. RICE , M. D.
Cancers end other Tumors
Removed without the knite or Drawing o
Over 00 vears Practical experience.
No. 11 Pearl St. , Council Bluffs.
JV. SCHURZ ,
Justice of the Peace.
Oillco over"AfmcrIcan Express.
Has a complete line of
[ 1 fill *
; l ij
Largo hats In white , black and all colors. .Pat
tern bonnets , bats und toques , n specialty.
No 1514 UoutfItts atOmubu. .
Star Sale Stab/es and Mule Yards
llroaaway. Council UlulTs , Opp. Dummy Depot
Horses and mules kept constantlyon
hand , for sale at retail or in car load
Orders promptly filled by contract on
short notice. Stock sold on commission
SULUTKH & BoLEr , Proprietors.
Telephone No. 11
Formerly of Keil 8al . Stables , cornel
lit , avo. and 4th at
Peoples' ' Store
SPECIAL SALE DURING
Th Is department is now brim full *
of all tlic Intent sti/lcs and prettiest
patterns produced this season.
To create a boom for Mils ivcck inc
offer the followlnu extraordinary
At 3c Per Yard
500 pieces choice Lawns ; Avorth
3 cases good Lawns , 32 inches
wide ; worth lOc.
At 8c and lOc
The very best yard wide Paci
fic Lawns , sold elsewhere
for 12jc to IGio.
At 12yac and 15c
100 pieces , 40 inch wide Fig
ured India Linen , our own
importation , and exclusive
patterns , equal to anything
you can find for 25c per yard ,
at 12 c and 15c.
WE ALSO OFFER :
GOOD PRINTS AT
3c Per Yard.
BEST PRINTS AT
5c Per Yard ,
5c Per Yard ,
BEST DOMESTIC GINGHAMS
8c and lOc Per Yard ,
3 cases Oxford Sateen , elegan
At 5c Per Yard.
100 pieces yard wide Foulard
At lOc Per Yard.
2 Cases Extra Fine Choice
French Patterns Sateens
At 12c , 15c and 20c
ALSO SPECIAL :
White and Ecru Box
Patterns at About
HENRY EISEMAN & CO.'S '
People's Store ,
DOS , 314,316,318 , , and 320
COUXC1L It LUFFS , - - - I A
N , H.--Prompt attention given all
mall order * , and samples cheerfully
lied ti pen application. ,
DR. RICHARDS' ' Electric Bath Rooms and Offlcg
No. 607 Mynster St. , Council Bluffs.
One Square North of the P. O. Building
Given Ladies Mrs. Dr.
Treatment and Baths by . .
Richards on Tuesday , Thursday & Saturday.
Electricity is A remarkable nnturalagcnt which has long been known and utilized
as a remedy for disease and continued experience has enlarged its sphere of useful
ness and improved its appliances by which it is employed until its utility a n < l virtue
has Icome I second to no other known remedy , in the treatment of certain forms of
disease. This agent is employed here in all its most serviceable forms by the aid of
large batteries , static machines , electric cabinet baths , electric water baths , the elec
tric chair and electrodes for treating all parts of the body. We are prepared to do
all that can be done with these great remedies. In cases of Rheumatism , Neuralgia ,
Paralysis , Spinal Irritation , Rectal Discases-Ncrvous Diseases in females arising
from Uterine disorders and many other chronic and subacute troubles , it stands at
the head of all known remedies or methods cure. A thorough study of it for years
and the successful treatment of hundreds of cases , after all other remedies had fail
ed , is sulllcicnt evidence of its great worth and perfectly satisfies us with its good
effects on the diseased body. In the great hospitals and sanitarians of America
and Europe , electricity is leading all other methods of treatment. In all leading
colleges the professors arc teaching electricity as one of the potent remedies and a
special chair is appointed in manv of them. Many of the ablest physicians of all
schools are making a specialty ofelectricitv to the exclusion of almost everything
else. This great remedy has often fallen into disrepute by being recommended ana
used by persons , and physicians , perfectly ignorant of its properties and powers ,
who would as often advise and use the wrong current as the right one or depend
upon it in discas < s for which it is not adopted. We are sure that when the people
become educated in the use of electricity for many diseases with which the body
Is afflicted and find the great good therein , the medicines and patent righted nos
trums upon which they now rely will grow old and dusty on the shelves. Electricity
is nature's great remedy and to fully understand and skilfully apply it is our effort
and aim in life.
For further information call at the office or send for de
scriptive and illustrated pamphlet on Electricity and
Electro Therapeutic Baths , by
DR. RICHARDS ,
607 Mynster Street , Council Bluffs , la.
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