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0 THE OMAHA DAILY BEB * FKIPAY. MAY 0 , 1887.
THE DAILY BEE.
OFFICE , NO. 12 , PEARL STREET.
Eellvtrcd by carrier In nnr pnrtof ttioclty at
twenty cents per week.
IMV. TJLIOX , Manager.
TKMi'I10NB3 : :
ncpiNrpsOfncr , No. 43.
NIUIIT Knitoii No.- ! .
N. Y.l'lmnbinR Co.
New spring goods nt Hoitcr's , tailor.
llcfrulnr mooting of the Uoynl Arcanum
this evening at 8 o'clock.
'I'lio popular resort Is the Manhattan ,
418 Hroadway , Ktiilio & Ycnawine.
For Hnnt The store building known
as 500 Drnadway , next door l < i llio 1'ncillc
houso. Itiitlru ( | of Kiulio A : Yunwlnn.
Tim younu folks of Broadway Metho
dist church ave u supper and entertain-
The poliecinun's ball J.i t night proved
all that was promised. The participants
feecnied to enjoy themselves greatly.
With a scries of summer night concerts
and a big fountain playing , Hayless park
will take lirst prl/e , and lei any and all
Holle Alain , who has been confined in
the county jail on account ot her marked
eccentricities , has been taken to the asy
lum at Mount Pleasant.
i There is n little more respect shown the
sidewalks on 1'earl street than some time
ago , but fctill there are lee many old boxes
anil barrels and too much rubbish ,
Services in Harmony mission chapel
were conducted last evening by Mrs. Me-
Clellan , a city missionary of Chicago ,
who Ims had great success of late in Kan
ThoDunlap Keporter enthusiastically
announces "Council JSluH's is in Hiu
midst of a boom , ( iround was broken
last week for the erection of a f OO.UOO
Young Shoemaker , who was arrested
for mayhem , assault , resisting an of-
licer , etc. , all growing out of his trouble
with the park policeman , IJeau , was yes
Arrangements have been perfected for
the organization ot the Dodge Light
( itiards band , witli 1'rof. Dalby as leader.
The band is to be uniformed and is to be
composed of bixtccn men.
John Clise. James , llamilonnnd James
MeUauley were yesterday fined for being
drunk. Three fellows arrested for va
grancy were discharged. This consti
tuted the business of the police court.
llov. T. J. Mackey has been invited to
deliver a Knights TuinpUr address at
Cedar Hapids , but has declined on ac
count of the services this week at his
church occupying his time and attention
Mrs. Harriett Soott died yesterday at
the homo of her son-in-law , J. 11. Plunk-
ett , on Thomas Oflicor's farm east of this
city. She was in her eighty-eighth year.
The remains are to bo taken to Illinois
J An exciting runaway occurred ycster-
day afternoon on upper Uroadway , in
which two teams collided , throwing
down one horse , smashing a wacon and
throwing a boy into the air. The lad
struck ground again without being seri
' The Business Men's club is to meet
this evening at the Mueller Music com
pany's storo. The meeting is a very " im
portant one , as the organization is "to bo
completed this evening and ollicers
elected. livery one who has signed the
roll should bo present at 8 o'clock sharp.
The district court is dragging along
drearily BO far as news of a public na
ture is concerned. Yesterday afternoon
the judge and three attorneys were the
only occupants of the largo court room ,
even the bail ill's sneaking into the ante
room for a quiet suoozo until wanted to
Lime , cement , plaster , hair , coal , etc.
Council Bluff's Fuel company , No. 039
Broadway , telephone 180.
Our trade on the''Quick Meal" gaso
line steve is wonderful. Will be pleased
to show it whether you want to buy or
not. Cole & Cole , No. 41 Main street.
O. K. S ,
There will be a special meeting of liar-
mony chap. No. 25 , O. E. S. , to-night.
By order Vp. M.
George M. Scott , of Little Sioux , was
in the oily yesterday.
W. S. Goodall , of Emerson , a merchant
of that place , was hero yesterday.
Colonel J. S. Lathrop , of Sioux City ,
ia in the city looking after legal business.
Hon. A. Harris , of Avoca , was in the
city yesterday as halo and hearty as
Miss Fannie Walker has returned from
DCS Moines , where she has been visiting
Chief Tnmpleton wont to Plattsmouth
yesterday to see the waterworks there
C. H. Carpenter , of Midmgton , is hero
visiting his sister , Mrs. W. \Vilkins \ , ot
Henry Ames , of the Hoxio. Kan. , Sen
tinel , has returned from his trip into
eastern Iowa , and leayes to-day for his
W. A. Fryo , who is well known among
the boot and shoo trade as a representa
tive of Ueed. Jones & Co. , was in the city
yesterday. Ho has now loft the road and
Is settled in Atkinson , Nob. , where he
has engaged in business as an invest
Drs. Hanchett & Smith , ofllco No. 12
Pearl st. Residence , 120 Fourth st. Telephone -
phone No. 10.
Miss Mollie Corcoran , dressmaker , 714
Mynstcr street , between Seventh and
The Papers Hrldtro the Klvor.
The Omaha World and Council Bluffs
Nonpareil Imvo organized a mutual ad
miration association , and pat eaoh other
upon the back in their efforts to maintain
bureaus in the city "just across the
river. " The BEE Inaugurated the scheme
years ago , whereat the Nonpareil got
\ipon its dignity and swore ( to itself ) thai
it would drive the BEE from its Hold iu
the Bluffs simply by "ignoring it en
tirely. " But the BKE seemed to thrive
by being ignored and snubbed , and at
the present time Tilton has about as in <
iluontial a paper there as anyone. Hast'
ings , Nob. , Gazotto-Jouriial.
1. WE. . L. Squire make beautiful
abstracts of title , and deserve the sue
cess they are enjoying.
Latest improved gasoline stoves at No
604 Alain htrcct , W. A. tt ood.
Stop Tli.it Seining.
The organization for the protection o
fish and puno , learning that parties an
fishing with semes m Lake Maimwa , an
taking stops to put a stop to the violatioi
of the law. There will bo arrests soon
and probably a repetition of the Hone :
Crcok hike sensation. The parties ante
to bo notiliod to-day , and then if they dc
not stop using seines the war begins u
Cheap storage in either small or car
load lots at No. 23 , 24 and 20 Pearl street
J. K. Snydor.
Ollico of Mulholland & Co. , removed t <
in under the Citizens' bank. Tolophoui
No. 10 $ . Leave your order * for ice ,
NOT SO NATIONAL AS BEFORE
i Tulleys & Go. Ohange'd Back to
TH6 FISHERY QUESTION.
Incrcnso As Shown Ily the I'ostofllcc
Figures St , 1'nul's New Oruan
Jlnppy on the Wny I'eraonul
nnd Quick Told News.
No rttoro Nntlonnl.
At a meeting of the stockholders of the
Council Bluffs National bank , held yes
terday , it was decided that the bank
should go into voluntary liquidation.
The llrm of Burnham , Tulleys & Co , ,
who arc widely known , and who have
been doing a private banking business ,
about two years ago decided to merge
their banking business into that of a na
tional bank , ami they liavo held the
greater part of the stock. The change
decided upon yesterday is practically
that of changing Burnham , Tulleys &
Lo. from a national to a private bank.
The stockholders will receive not only
dollar for dollar , but a reasonable divi
dend on their investment. The depos
itors and all others interested in anyway
will not be affected by the change , which
is largely one of name. One of the
reasons for going out of business as
a national bank is said to lie the calling
in of the II pur cent bonds , of which
the bank had about $25,1)00. ) and the
necessity of purchasing others at a
heavy premium to take their place. As
a private bank the linn has done much
of this business , and cannot thus use
their cnpital as well tinder the national
bank organisation. Such arc among the
reasons given for the change. Burnham ,
Tulloys Co. will continue their business
as of old , nnd their customers and de
positors will doubtless continue to in
crease in numbers and amount of busi
Many HOOKS and Crooks.
There was a largo and enthusiastic
meeting at Crescent Wednesday night to
consider the fishery questions. The
meeting was called to take into considera
tion the rights of the fishermen in that
vicinity and adjacent townships. The
claim that the law does not preclude
thorn from fishing in Honey creek and
the lake seemed to meet much hearty en
dorsement. Captain Pratt was chosen
chairman of the meeting , and IJavid
Dunklo secretary. After a general dis
cussion of the matters in question , it was
decided to effect a pcrmaneVt organiza
tion to protect the rights of the fisher
men , us an otfsut to the organization in
this city to protect the rights of the fish.
Such an organization was formed with
Warren Hough as president , David UUP
klc secretary , and J. A. Pratt treasurer.
It was decided also to call a mass meet
ing of the citizens of Crescent , Hazel
Dell and Hockford townships at an early
date to consider these matters. These
men clnim in good faith that the waters
over which the'ro lias been so ranch con-
ttovcrsy of late , are so situated in
connection with the Missouri river as to
place them under government control ,
and not subject to the listi and game law
of this state. They propose defending
what they deem to bo their rights , and to
raise what money is needed to carry up
any cases brought against them , if de
cided adversely in the lower courts. It
looks as if there would bo conshlornblo
litigation before the questions arc settled.
Notes on St. t'nul's.
The evening services at St. Paul's Epis
copal church continue to interest a largo
number. Last evening Itev. Mr. Zabuer ,
rector of All Saints' , Omaha , preached an
excellent sermon. To-night the Right
Kov. Bishop P.crry will confirm a class
of about twenty. There have boon about
sixty confirmed this year m this church ,
a larger number than in any other Epis
copal church in Iowa. Under the rec
torship of Kov. Mr. Mackay the church
seems to bo alive and growing in all di
rections. Financially the church has
done wonders , and the present- building ,
one of the finest in the west , is one cvi-
denco of what a wide awake churnh can
accomplish , when under wise leadership.
The new pipe organ is expected to arrive
this week. This organ will cost several
thousand dollar ? , and will bo one of tiio
best in the wost. The prediction is made
that the organ will surpass any in
Omaha or this city. Arrangements will
bo made for an organ recital and con
cert , by which the music lovers will bo
given an opportunity to hear the new
organ and have a musical feast , while at
the same time the church will be secur
ing a goodly amount of needed cash to
be applied in meeting the cost of this
needed addition to the church.
Postmaster Bowman shows up some
figures which indicate that Council Bluffs
is growing , and that there is more busi
ness being done hero than over before by
great odds. For the four months ending
April 30 , the sale of stamps at this post-
ollico amounted to $14,070.03. The sale
of stamps for the same period one year
ago amounted to $10,958.03 , showing an
increase in four months this year of
13,117.60. For the month of April this
year there wore one-third more stamps
sold than during April one year ago.
There has been an increase also in the
number of p'ostoflice orders and postal
notes issued. For the four months end
ing April 30 , 1880 , the number issued and
paid here was 7,317. For the correspond-
in ? four months of this year the number
was 0,508 , an increase of 2 , 101 in font
The receipts of the money order and
postal note funds for the same four
mouths last year were $91,218.88 , while
for the same four months this year the
amount was $107,001.03 , an increase ol
Additional street boxes Imvo been put
up , the carrier districts enlarged , and
other changes ate being arranged to take
Malvcrn'a Postmaster Deail.
U. L. Godley , the l > ostmastcr at Mai
vcrn , died Wednesday of heart disease ,
Ha was aceil forty-six years , lie was ol
English birth , and with his parents removed
moved to this country when ho was onl.y
live years old , locating at Mineral Point ,
Wis. He was a charter member of the
Masonic lodge at that place , the tlrsl
lodge organized in Wisconsin. He was
a veteran , and was wounded nt the battle
tlo of Gettysburg. In 180 ! ) ho settled ir
Malvern , where no has since resided. He
has thrice been the mayor of that city
and twice Master of the Masonic lodge ,
In October last ho was appointed post'
master. Ho loaves a wife , two sons am :
a daughter. The funeral services oc
currcd yesterday afternoon , under tin.
auspices of the Masons and the U. A. H
Ilevs. W. V. Jcfltle : ! , W. O. Allen and G
H. Brown ofliciatcd iu the church scr
The Funny Young Mori.
The cases of the young men chargei
with disturbing the services of the Salva
tlon army have been concluded , BO far a
thn evidence Is concerned. Justice Bur
bus taken the matter under advise
mc'ut , and is to give a decision to-day.
The Salvationists have been greatly an
noyed of late , and needlessly. There is
a class of young fellows who are full of
mischief , and they delight to crack jokes
at the expense of these peculiar soldiers.
The services are not of a nature to im
press these with any solemnity. No one
is obliged to attend these meetings , how
ever , and when they go they should
commy with the rules and regulations ,
and behave themselves.
For acre property , residences nnd busi
ness property call on W. C. Staoy A : Co. ,
No. U Main street.
STORY OF A SPmiT GOLD MINE.
An Astonishing Hcport From Florida.
In a private house in this city , writes a
correspondent from Jacksonville , Fla. ,
the physical phenomenon of the spon
taneous production , or reproduction , of
various articles in domestic use , such as
handkerchiefs , laces , gloves , collars , and
even household utensils , and in several
eases , money , has been going on quietly
for some timo. These occurrences are
much against the will of the respectable
family living in the house in question ,
and they have been kept secret from the
public. I tend you names and addresses
Suppose 1 should state t c facts , would
thpv bo believed ? What have I seen in
this house' Not weird phantasmagoria ,
ghostly fcccnes to make the hair stand on
end , tbut a process carried on visibly and
tangibly under soicntilic conditions , won
derful to bnliold , but too wonderful to
reveal. Two ladies are unostentatiously
seated in a parlor , respectable , with no
motive to deceive for the accomplish
ment of an object. Their part is to sit ,
and to issue is the part of the
strange power. Hero it comes. No pre
paration. no paraphernalia , no conditions
all in the broad light of day. There iu
one spot is a new handkerchief ; it was
not there before , it is there now. Thery ,
in another place , gloves , laces , and what
not. Here in a corner is found some
thing wrapped up in peculiar paper.
What is it ? A casket , six inches by siv ,
containing jewelry dolicatclv underlaid
with silk. Is this possible ? My eyes have
Can these articles bo handled ? Cer
tainly , but wo at once perceive that they
can be taken from our grasp and spirited
away as mysteriously as thov came.
Have such things been done before ?
Not so visibly , so tangibly.
The acting powers , manifesting them
selves in this way and nt this place , not
long ago described and located a gold
mine in Virginia , and have produced
samples of the surface dust , some of
which I forward to you for examination.
An engineer sent to Virginia , reports
evidence of largo deposits. Mr. T.
Murphy , a mining capitalist from Aus
tralia , has bonded the mine , and leaves
in a few days for Virginia , by way of
New York. J possess also a photograph
of the white metal casket produced spon
taneously by the invisible powers.
THE TROTTING STALLIONS ,
( Standard No. 29151 Sired by Almont No
83 , and "Register , " ( Standard No. 5812.
Sired by Tramp No. 808. These stallions
will make the season of 1887 at the Coun
cil Blulfs Driving Park.
For particulars inquire of or address ,
WADE GARY , Council Blulls , la.
O. B. ALLEN ,
EnpeerSuveyorMapPullisher , [ , )
No. 11 North Main St.
City and county maps , of cities and counties
ID western lown , Nebraska and Kimens.fl
LAMPS , GLASSWARE ,
- AND -
Prices Very Low ,
W. B. HOMER & Co. ,
NO. H3 MAIX ST. ,
COUNCIL 1SLUFFS , : : IA.
Established 165" .
REAL ESTATE ,
Vacant Lois , Lands , City Residences nnd
Farms. Aero property In western part of city.
All eolllutf clicap to make room for spring stock
R. P. OFFICER ,
Real Estate & Insurance Agent ,
liooin & , over Officer It Pueoy's Ilauk , Couno
J01INV. STOHK. JACOB 8I11S
STONE & SIMS ,
Attorneys at Law ,
ractice in the State and Federal Courts.
Rooms 7 and 8 Shugart-Beno Block ,
FRANK S. RICE ,
CIVIL ENGINEER ,
, citlmatoa and reporti on bridges ,
Tladuuts , fuuiulatlonB imd uunoriU iiKlueorinir.
Blue prints ot unv nUo anil quantity.
omco No 13 N. Mala St. , First National Uank
, R. RICE , M. D.
Cancers and other Tumors
Removed without the knite or Drawing o
Over 30 vears Practical experience.
No. 11 Pearl St. , Council Bluffs.
FINLEY BURKE ,
Attorney at Law.
604 Broadway , Up Stairs ,
. ' . Council Bluflj.
SPEOIAlL ' NOTICES ,
FpeclfO ndvcrtlsemriits , such ns Lost , Fo.ind
7o Loan , For Bnlo , To Kent , Vtants , Honrdinir ,
etc. , Trill bolnsortoj It ) this column nt the loir
rMuofTKNCUXTSPKU LlXIiforthoDm Insot-
ion nn j r'lvo Cents I'or Line fov each subsequent
Insertion. I.puro nd crtUomoiita nt our olllce
No. 12 Vcarl sheet , near Urombvnr. Council
. . . if _
\\TANTK1) ) Apents to buy territory for the
rf best stillliur urtfclc on the market , fit ) to
$ 1(0 ( n iliiy ( .MIII bu made tit U. Address Sou , Dec ,
"I71OH HUNT Vor the summer , furnished
JL1 liouee , Ihu rooms , W . 6 , Cooper , CJ1
\\7ANTCD An uphoMornr nnd cnrpet Inyrr.
TT Council llluirs Curpet Co. , Council lllullB ,
\TOTIC13 Will pay the highest prlco for first-
Jdas * cuM-pIl liiily's , gents , mid Lhlldruii'a
clothing , boot ; , 8 hoes , lints , tie. I ) . Goldstein ,
Nos. 17 and Sib Ilioudwity. _
SALK-OrTrmlo-SIx sections of Kood
FOll In Lincoln county , Neb . on U. P.
rntlwny. Call on or nddiess Udell llroa. It Co. ,
Iftll'aiirljit. , Council lllnlTa. _
SALK Complete plant nnd equipment
for K. 11. tirlURO work , coti'lstlntr of 7
pllo drivers carpcnti-rs tools , touts , bedding
nnd boimlliiK outtlt for 15 ! ) men. In peed ro-
pair. Now Btorod ntCheni'iino , W. T. For In
ventory nnd terms mlilrtssNo. 13 , N , .Mnm St. ,
Council Illulls , lown ,
is to bo done by nearly all the ladies in
Now is the right time to do this. For
ladies , it is a disagreeable but _ unavoid
able work , and wo make the oiler to do
the most troublesome work of all , that is
TO CLEAN TllK CAIU'ETS.
We clean the carpets , velvets , moqueltcs ,
brussels , or any other kind of carpets ,
without taking them up. We guarantee
THAT Till : CAltlT.TVIU , HP. I'KIHT.rTI.Y
CLKAN , THAT Till : COI.OKS AUK ItKiiTOItr.D ,
and tliat no dust will be left in the car
pet. Wp guarantee our work and refer
to prominent parties in this city.
Send us a postal card and wo will call
upon you and explain in what way our
cleaning takes place. ( J. A. FISIIKU.
No. 02 ! ) Sixth Avcnup , Council Bluil's.
Announces that His stock of
In Choice Shapes of Hats & Bonnets ,
Together with n
LarfleLlnc of Novelties In Fancy Ma *
tcrlals in now Heady for Your
1514 Douglas St. , Omaha.
For all purposes , benight and sold , at retail
and in lots. Large quantities to select
from. Several pairs of fine drivers , sin
gle or double.
MASON ME , : Council Bluffs
Star Sale Stabfes and Mule Yards
Uroudway , Council muffs , Opp. Dummy Depot
Horses and mules kept constantly on
hand , ( or sale at retail or in car loads
Orders promptly filled by contract on
short notice. Stock sold on commission.
SHLUTEB & BOLEY , Proprietors.
Telephone No. 114
Formerly of Keil Sale. Stables , corner
1st , avo. and 4th atroot.
OEESTON HOUSE ,
Theonly Hotel in Council Bluffs Haring a Fire
And All Modern Improvements.
215 , 217 nnd 310 Main St.
MAX MO JIN Prop.
N. SCHURZ ,
Justice of the Peace.
Otllce over American Express.
U. S. BARNETT ,
Justice oi the Peace ,
416 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Refers to any bank or business house in the
city. Collections a specialty.
In Amber ,
etc.Hair , Or
nnments , as
well as the
elties in hair
Mrs. C.L. Gillette
9 Moiii street. Oat of town work so-
Itvlll be at the Pacific lIotelCouncll
liluffs , every Saturday forenoon
OmahaDental Association removed to
Ilcllman IMooK. cor. liHh and Farunm.
Best sots teeth $0 , fully warranted. All
operations rendered painless by the use
of our now tiniusthctio. Dr. llaughawout ,
H' . L.
Justice o f the Peace.
No 004 Broadway , Council Bluffs. .
This season's display
of Wash Fabrics , in
cluding Sateens , Ging-
h a m s , Seersuckers ,
Ohambrays , Prints ,
Pecales , cheviots , etc. ,
eclipses anything we
have ever placed be
fore our customers ,
and the prices at which
we are offering these
desirable goods are in
many cases away be
low the manufacturing
Special Sale in all KMS
of Wash Fabrics
This Week ,
special Sale of White
Goods This Week ,
Special Sale of Parasols
and Fans This Week ,
Special Sale of Laces
This Week ,
Special Sale of Ribbons
This Week ,
For want of space
we are unable to enu
merate prices. All we
have to say is , come to
our store this week
and we will surprise
you with the greatest
bargains ever offered
over anybody's count
Nos. 314,316,318 & 320
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA.
N. B. Special atten
tion given to all mail
orders entrusted to us ,
also orders for samples
by return mail.
DR , RICHARD'S ' Electric Bath Rooms and Office
No. 607 BSpsier St. , Council Bluffs.
One Square North of the P. O. Building.
Treatment and Baths Given Ladies by Mrs , Dr.
Richards on Tuesday , Thursday & Saturday ,
Electricity is a remarkable natural njent which has long been known and utilized
as a remedy for disease , and continued experience has enlarged its sphere of Ukcftll-
ness and improved its appliances by which it is employed until its utility and virtue
has become second to no other known remedy , in the treatment of certain forms of
disease. This agent is employed here in all its most icrviccable 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 Disease * , Nervous Diseases in females aiising
from Uterine disorders and many other chronic and etibactitc troubles , it fctands at
the head of nil known remedies or methods cure. A thorough study of it for yeais ,
and the successful treatment of hundreds of cases , after all other remedies had fail
ed , is sufficient evidence of its great worth and perfectly satisfies us with its good
eilects on the diseased body. In the great hospitals and sanitarians of Ameiica
and Europe , electricity is leading all other methods of treatment. In all lending
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 nil
schools are making a specialty of clectricitv to the exclusion of almost everything
else. This great remedy has often fallen into disrepute by being recommended and
used by persons , and physicians , perfectly ignorant of its piopcrties and powers ,
who would as often advise and use the wrong current as the right one or depend
upon it in diseases for which it is not adopted. We are sure that hen the people
become educated in the use of electricity for many diseases with which the body
! s afflicted and find the great giod 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 end 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.
A. Jl. JR2CE. E. W. ItAYMOSH
RICE & RAYMOND
Real Estate Brokers ,
No. 13 North Main Street.
Lower Floor First National Bank Block ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
TELEPHONE NO. 239.
GARDEN HOSE ,
Steam , Gas and Water Pipe
NEW YORK PLUMBING COMPANY ,
No 552 Broadway , - Council Bluffs , Iowa
Mall Orders Shipped Promptly.
Real Estate Broker and Dealer
Council IIlull * Office , IHitMonlu
Temple. Oiunlm Olllce , No 111
North Ittlli Htrcct.
Particular attention given to In-
vcxtlng funds for nou - resi
dent * . Special barcaln * In lot * &
acre properly In Omaha iV Coun
cil ISIuflM. Correspondence nolle-
Swanson Music Company ,
Ho. 329 Broadway Council Blulfs
ESTEY PIANOS , GAMP & GO.'S PIANOS ,
ALSO PIANOS OF OTHER MAKES.
Estey Organs , Gamp& Co.'s ' Organs and Western CotiageOrgans
A few comments regarding the Estoy Pianos. In every civilized country on tin
globe the name of Estay is a household word with lovers of music ; it is a guarantee
for the exquisite quality of tone in musical instruments , bearing the name that conn
nun ids confidence , admiration and enthusiasm.
FARM LANDS CHEAP
Farming Lands in Iowa , Minnesota , Kansas , and ranging from f.1.00 to
110.00 per ncro. School and state lands In Minnesota on SO years' time 6 par
cut interest. Land Uuycra fare free. Information , etc. , given by
3. . j. -3 ,
No. 555 Broadway , Council UluDTs , Iowa , agent for Freidriksen & Co. , Chicago.
( Successors to )
HATS & GLEASON ,
Commission and Produce Merchants ,
Dealers in Groceries and Provisions. Satisfaction Guaranteed ,
2fo. 11 South Main Street , . ' ; . . :
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