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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : T WEDNESDAY JUNE 8. 1887 ,
THE DAILY BEE.
OFFICE , NO. 12 , PEARL STREET.
ItlKcrcd by furrier In any part of the city at
twenty ccnU per week ,
H.W.Tn/ros , itana OR
Brpiwr RS Omci. No. U ,
MIGHT Em-ton No. n.
N. Y. Plumbing Co.
New spring goods at Holler's , tnilor.
The city council moots next Monday
A driving horco belonging to M. F.
Rohror died jedterday.
Harmony mission held a social nt the
residcnco of J.V. . Damon last evening.
lludlotfe Yuimwino last night presented
the Dodge light guards with a box of line
Cy L'nnforth is completing two two-story
residences u block , east of the Uvcrton
Justice Harnott yesterday married
John i ) . Hough and Maria Morton , both
Permit to wed was yesterday given to
George M. Grcun turn Lucy A. Halites ,
both of Omaha.
Tlio number of persons who go In
bathing in Lake Muniuva has inctcased
ouch day recently ,
The motion for n new trial in the Jon
athan Jones case is to bo argued Satur
day before Judge Carson.
Odell Bros. < S : Co. have boon recently
fixing up on Manhattan beach. Among
other improvements a now spring-board
Las been put in.
An attempt is being made to have the
owners of tno Coy liotiso property on
Broadway remove the ruins which have
long been an eye soro.
The entrance into the rooms to bo used
by the club , was being cut through yes
terday. As soon ns this is done the in
terior will be lltted up.
David liradlny & Co. , generously fur
nished the Independent hose team \\itli
beautiful badges for the Sioux City tour
nament. The badges were made at the
DEB olllco and uro of black silk with let
ters and fringe of gold.
The examination of S. E. liurdick for
Belling mortgaged property was culled
up bcloro Justice Jarnett yesterday , but
continued until the 10th. A demurrer to
the information has been tiled , and the
opening contest will bo upon the legal
J. F. Mclntosh lias brought in scalps
of sixty-three wolves since the first of
April , and received tlio regular bounty
on them. The county has paid out in
two months past flOH for bounties for
wolf-slaying , and yet it is said to bo a
poor wolf season.
11 Hall of Boomer township , who
gained such an unenviable reputation
about a year ago through the press , and
who , it was claimed , had gotten rid of so
many wives , is nguin married , the second
time , it Is claimc.t , since the demise of
bis wife of n year ago. and is now the
happy father of a now baby.
The county board was in session yes
terday , but did little beyond routine busi
ness , passing upon road petitions , bridge
matters , ollicial bonils , iitc. The resig
nation of Dr. Thomas , as county physi
cian at Carson , was received and ac
cented , the doctor having become a resi
dent of this city. The contract for
furnishing the court house is to bo let on
The Ugdcn iron works are building a
machine , designed by Mr. Collins , which
will till 25,000 cans of tomatoes per day.
Ono of the machines is to be put into the
Council IJlull's canning works , as wujl as
the branch at Grand Island. The iron
works are bhllding a machine which is
to put the wtiter into each can of corn.
It ia so arranged as to put au equal
amount into each can , and that in n very
At the Cottage hospital there was a
quiet wedding. liut ono of public inter
est. Doll Perkins , the unfortunate man
who had Ins leg taken oft * by a freight
tram , was the bridegroom , anel Mrs. Lib-
bio Itiloy the bride. She has attended
him throughout his illness. Justice
Bchurz ofticiatcd. It is said that the
Northwestern company has settled the
question of damages with Perkins , al
though there were grave doubts as to the
company's liability , Perkins having been
drunk at the time of tbo accident.
The case brought against Dr. Cook
came to an end in the district court yes
terday , the result being just what his
friends and those best knowing the facts
predicted. After hearing all that his
prosecutors had to offer the judge took the
case away from the jury , and ordered the
judgment in favor of the doctor. There
eeems to have been no occasion for ever
starting the cuso. but as it was started it
is gratifying to those who have believed
the doctor to bo all right , to thus have
tbo matter cleared up.
Two drug stores in central Nebraska
Good thriving towns. Will invoice fron
11 | 1,500 to $3,600. Apply to
HAUI.E , HAAS & Co. ,
Council Binds , Iowa.
Drs. Hanchett & Smith , office No. 13
Pearl st. , residence 120 Fourth at. Telephone
phone No. 10.
- A Knd hprec.
Cora McAllister , the Omaha girl , wa !
fined for being drunk , but on cxamlna
tion into the circumstances it nppcaree
that she had been roughly used , and thi
Judge suspended the iino to give her i
chance to return home. It appears tha
she is not a woman of the town , bnt live
with her father aud sisters on north Thirteenth
toonth street m Omaha. She came t
this side of the river , and started for :
drive to the beer garden. She was fol
lowed by two young men in a hack , am
it is claimed that some of the liquo
which she drank must have been drugged
The young men took her to a retlrci
place among the bluil's and there out
raged her in a brutal manner. Whci
brought into the station she went hit
spasms anel it was some time before sh
could bo made at all comfortable. Th
police uro looking for the two fellow
who abused the girl , and if caught !
will doubtless prove a serious matter fo
Latest improved gasoline stoves at >
C04 Main street. W. A. Wood.
Messrs. Carter & Son , proprietors e
the Wausau boiler works at Wausai
Wis. . will just as soon as possible local
in this city. Arrangeme nta have bee
made by Air. F. Ogden. of the Ogdo
iron works , to induce Messrs. Carter <
Son to erect their shops near the Ogdo
iron works in this city , and Carter & So
have acceptoel the proposition , which j
ground tree for ono year and u sma
rental in the future.
For the state firemen's tournament i
Bioux City the Sioux City & Pacific ral
road will sell excursion tickets Juno 61
10 inclusive , good for return until Jut
11 , nt ono faro'for round trip , i ironic
in uniform traveling in a body , 1 cei
per mile each way. Fireman's paraphe
nalia free. Train leaves union depot
7 p. m. and arrives at Sioux City at 10.
n. m. , making connrotlon with all lov
lines. Full particulars and tickets
olty offlco , No. 431 Broadway , and
J. W. & . U SqulreTmake boautlf
abstract of title and deserve the buccc
they r enjoying.
TALKING WITHOUT TONGUES ,
The Closing Exercise * of the Institution
For the Deaf and Dumb ,
SOME NEW BLUFFS ENTERPRISES
_ _ _
Sheriff Heel Ooollnpq to Servo the Oak
land AV'nrrnnls An Omnlia Girl's
Spree-Tho Uoat Club
The Sklent World.
* Yesterday there was a largo audience
gathered in the chiipul of the institution
for the deaf anel dumb to witness the
closing exercises of the your , it was n
pleasing occasion , and quite diflcrcnt in
many rcsnccts from the usual closlngdny
or graduating exercises. Not only wcro
the graduating pupils given a place on
the programme , but there wcro showings
of the methods of instruction , and tlio
results of the training. The platform
was beautifully adorned with llowcrs ,
and green fcbtoons served as a pleasing
background. Superintendent Wyckoli
presided , and the exercises were appro
priately opened with prayer by Uev. G.
W. Crofts. Several liltlo girls went
through a pleasing exercise , it being
a May polo dunce , the bright col
ored ribbons being woven buck-
wards and forwards around a polo standing -
ing in the center of the stage. Following
this came an exhibition of the physical
culture which is being attended to in the
institution. Two of the young men , W.
K. Dobson nnd James Conaty , gave an
Indian club oxcrciso. They were very
.skillful in the swinging of these through
a complication of movements.
Unit of the most interesting features of
the programme then followed. It was a
showing of the methods of instruction.
Prof. McLJermid explained tlio methods
of teaching language. Ho illustrated the
methods by several of the youngest
of the pupils , little boys and girls who
had only been m the institution since
last full. When ono "bears in mind tlio
fact that these children como into the in
stitution with no moro Knowledge of
Knglish than of He-brow or Greek , it
seems wonderful that they should gain so
rapidly , especially when they are not
given the advantage of all their faculties.
Prof. Spruitt then gave a class exercise
in grammar , the pupils being further
advanced. The rapidity and accuracy
With which they analyzed sentences ,
drawing diagrams of them , showed that
they had become wonderfully proficient.
The patience and skill requisite to bring
these pupils to such a elcgrco of proli-
ciency was also apparent when the
methods wcro thus niauo clear.
A number of the pupils were openly
questioned on American history , and
either subjects. Those in the audience
lircd questions at them at will , and some
of the questions , answered so promptly
and correctly , would have sorely puzzled
many in the audience. Among the ques
tions were : "What was the date of the
battle of Shiloh ? " "Name tlio generals
commanding. " "Who commanded the
confederate forces on the .first day , and
who on the second ? " Such queries ,
asked by the audience , wcro answered so
promptly anel so acesurately in every de
tail as to cause the liveliest applause.
The rest of tlio programme was carried
out by the members of the graduating
class. Miss Ullio Tracy recited in the
sign language "Maud Muller. " It was a
vivid picturing of that summer scene ,
aud was gracefully done. Mr. Charles
Uoodall gave an essay on "Tlio Savages
of North America. " The essay was reael
aloud by ono of the professors , while the
young gentleman gave it in the sign lan
guage , tha audience thus being ( riven an
opportunity of comparing the ocautics ot
both modes of expressing thought. Ho
handled the Indian question with much
frankness and manliness. While ho did
not believe that because the Indians were
here first that they had the right to for
ever hold the land , yet ho thought the
Indians wcro human and should be
treated fairly. The talk of extermination
was not just. The Indians had done
nothing to warrant their extermination.
The stories of the massacres were one
sided. The Indians wrote no histories
from their stand-point. Ho urged fair ,
humane treatment. He believed the rem
nants of the tribes wcro progressing , and
should bo encouraged to move on toward
a civilized life.
Miss Nellie Conkling gave a pleasing
essay on "Tho Benefit's of Education. "
While the theme is an old one , she pre
sented her thoughts in a fresh , clear way ,
illustrating the various advantages which
education had over ignorance , tno happi
ness and helpfulness which came from
education. She clung to the belief that
there would be chances to continue de
velopment throughout eternity.
Miss Nellie Hoi lings worth gave an ex
cellent essay on "Tho Past and Present. " .
She drew many striking contrasts be
tween what had boon and what is.
Miss Kato Jackson chose as the subject
of her essay , "Preparation for Life. " The
thoughts were well arranged and clearly
stated. Education and the formation of
right habits , with a solid foundation of
moral principles , wcro the chict features
of preparation stated by her. These
she enlarged upon , nnd her rhetoric and
illustrations wcro very pleasing.
Ono of the choicest numbers on the
a graceful young lady , and it seemed
oven to those who were very familiar
with this poem that the had never realized
its force and beauty -before. She
pictured the scone so vividly thnt one
could almost see the ponderous cell swing
ing backwards and forwards , and the
maiden clinging to its great iron tongue.
The closing essay was by Paul Lange.
Ho is a semi-mute , who has complete ! }
lost his hearing , but still retains speech ,
Ho gave Ins essay verbally. The delivery
was wonderful. Mo ono could realize
that the speaker could not hoar the wordf
which he uttered with so much force. He
handled his subject in a masterly manner
Ho briefly , clearly stated the chief arguments <
monts upon which the protectionist
As a fitting eloping to so excellent j
programme some little girls joined in re
citing in the sign language the Lord's
There was a largo and very creditable
art showing in the parlors. The worl
there exhibited was all done by pupils
and some of it was excellent. Then
were many citizens who wont out to tin
institution yesterday to attend the exercises
orcises , and they improved the opportu
nity also to inspect the art display.
The pupils wore busy yesterday after
noon preparing to go to their homes 01
their vacation visit. The year has provei
to bo a vcrv satisfactory one , and th
trustees anel others interested do no
Bocm to have an occasion for any word
except of praise.
Three printers , Vincent Kobb , D.V
Sloan and Dan Deluhoyd , came over o
itI the-dummy train late Monday nighi
Io The two seemed to have a grudge agaius
10 o Robb , who was charged with being
10n non-union printer. All had been drinl
itr ing some , and Itobb was set upon by th
rat other two , as they claim , more to ecai
at him than to do him any harm. On rcacl
inic this side Kobb jumped nil the trail
&t and wont up the street shouting for th
it police. Oftlccr Unthank had Just bco
informed by a passenger on the tral
that two men were trying to rob a thin
nl . and so when ho found Robb hi < rcadil
believed the latter'a story that tw
strangers were trying to gut the bout <
him. The officer left Robb nt the Metro
politan hotel , and hunted up ' .the other
two. Ho found thorn in a Main street sa
loon , and arrejstcel them. Yesterday
morning Hobb declined to prosecute , and
then ho was arrested arid charged with
being drunk and disturbing tno peace.
Late ycstonlny afternoon the trio hud a
hearing , and Uobb and Delahoyd were
discharged. Sloan was fined. The dif
ficulty scorned to bo over union matters ,
and no attempt at robbery , as was first
The following telegram purporting to
bo from Tracy , Minn. , and appearing in
the Mitchell , Dak. , Republican , under
date of Juno 3 , is an interesting chapter
in the swindle by which Dr. Dlusmoor ,
of Omaha , wai swindled out of $ 1,500 by
Powell. It is claimed that Powell
paid llartigan f 3,500 of the money. On
the day before Dr. Dinsmoor was victim-
i/cd , Powell was nt the Pacific house Jn
this city. > Ho telephoned over the river
to Hartigan , who was at the Windsor
hotel , llartlgfin came over in the eve
ning , and both occupied the same room ,
and both icgistorcd together ns from St.
Louis. Hartigan seemed to carry the
bag and paid tlio bills. The next morn
ing they left together for Omaha. In
view of these facts this alleged telegram
is interesting reading :
J. . ) . llartlgnn , ot this place , has been vic
timised to the amount of 521,000. A stranger
named Powell came along nnd proposed to
start a bank. The organisation was elfcctcel
aud tlio concern started , though I'owoll put
m no capital to speak of. He then used a
certllicate of deposit to nn alleged brother nt
Tracy for S11.030. The brother went cast
and hid the certificate rashod by a bank In
Now York. Before cashing the certificate
the New York patties tole-gr.iphed to Powell
nt Tracy nnd rocuUcd tlio reply that the
inonov was on deposit , Ilminc worked his
deep laid scliemu Powell skinned out of
Tracy as soon as ho had finished his part In
( misting his brother to have the bcwis cer-
tllicato cashed , llartigaii Is liable under the
act of Incorooration.
The Sheriff Declines.
Some time ago some warrants wcro
placed in Sheriff Reel's hands for the
arrest of about nineteen persons in
Council Bluffs , charged with selling
liquors. The warrants wcro issued by an
Oakland justice. Tlio sheriff sought advice -
vice from the county attorney , and in no-
corelanco with that advice has returned
the warrants to the justice issuing them.
The following was the opinion of Colonel
Perry Reel , Sheriff Sir : On examination
of the warrants In your hands for execution ,
and which weie Issued by ono ilonry May , a
justice of the peace at Oakland , In this
county , I line ! there arn petitions now on lilo
In the clerk's ofllco praying for Injunctions
against all of the persons for whom you have
warrants , and that the time for hearing of
said applications has been fixed for the liith
of this month , In this city. As the policy
aua spirit of the law is to abate the nuisance
rather than to retaliate for past olfonscs , and
In view of the turthcr fnct that no good can
bo subserved by carrying the persons named
In the warrants , together with the witnesses ,
a distance of lifty-two miles nt an enormous
expense , when the same proceedings can ns
well be had In this citv , where all the defend
ants nnd perhaps witnesses reside , I there
fore advise you to either return the warrants
to the justice from whoso office they wcro
issued , or to hold them to await the adjudica
tion of applications for temporary wilts of
injunction. U. U. DAILY.
A Transportation Company.
Last summer L. P. Judson opened up
the business of bringing sand by boat
from his land to the two cities. The
business was somewhat of an experiment
but it proved so satisfactory that ar
rangements are being made for increas
ing it and carrying it on extensively. A
partnership has been formed between
Mr , Judson and William Fisher & Co. , of
Muscatino. The latter are to bring here
the steamer J. M. Abbott nnd two
barges , and those gentlemen are to genet
not only into the business of sand and
other commodities , but are to
go into that of general
river transportation. Excursions ,
as well as freight , are to bo handled , and
within a month or so the citizens will
see passenger and freight traffic carried
on quite extensively by these men.
The Boating Clubs.
The rowing association , besides the four
pleasure boats already ordered and the
shells and boats now In the club house on
Lake Manawa , have just ordered two
four-oarea shells from Dixon , 111. , and
ono four-oared gig from Clinton , la.
It has been decided to do nothing moro
to the olub house at present in tno way
of improvement except to paint it. A
fence will enclose the grounds , however ,
and a place for horses to bo hitched will
bo provided. It is understood from re
liable authority that as soon us the build
ing of the Manawa motor line is started
the Omaha Rowing association will erect
a $1,500 club house on the grounds next
to the Council Bluffs club.
Miss Annie James , living on North
Eighth street , is quite ill with erysipelas.
Mrs. A. W. Wytuan , of Keg Creek , is
quite ill at the residence of Mr.and Mrs.
Johnson , on Stutsinan street.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rayburn , of Mace
donia , were in the city yesterday. They
are bound westward by team , prepared
to camp out and have any easy , pleasant
trip. They hope not only to have a
happy trip , but to gain in health.
Mrs. C. P. Brlnton , worthy matron of
Harmony chapter , Eastern Star lodge ,
has gone to Davenport to attend the
meeting of the grand chapter.
The Quick Meal gasoline stove is the
best , safest , most economical , handsonv
est ; guaranteed not to clog up , leak , tc
give perfect satisfaction. Don't buy till
you see it , or you will bo sorry. Cole &
Cole , 41 Main street.
Other agents may talk as hard as
please about the Hardmau piano. I
gcis away with them for all that. These
pianos , are hard to beat. The Mucllei
Music Co. sells always the best.
A YANKEE "INVENTOR.
Invndea the Palace ofthe Czar of AI
Pall Mall Gazette : Mr. Hiram Maxim
the well known inventor , whoso auto
malic gun is one of the most remarkabli
weapons ever invented by man , has jus
returned from a visit to Russia , where hi
has had the privilege of being receive !
by the war. Mr. Maxim took his gui
over with him in order to convince thi
Russian authorities that it really wa
what it piofessed to bo namely , an au
tomatic gun which when once sot gomj
would go on forever a fact which n <
one ever appreciates until ho sees th
un actually at work. When ho got t
§ t. Petersburg he found many most Intel
ligcnt ofllccrs who had read description
oflhe gun , ana even seen it in engrav
ings , who could not rid their heads of th
idea that some manual labor was re
quired to fire it , and bets wore exchange' '
in his presence as to the impossibility o
keeping up a tire nt ovcu half the rat
which it is nble to attain.
Mr. Maxim received a very oordli
m welcome at the Russian capital , and h
had but little ditllculty in convincing th
minister of war whoso name ho declare
it is quite impossible for any Anglo
Saxon to pronounce without dlslocatin
his jaw of the advantages of his mi
chine gun. At present ho has only bull
gune to suit the English cartridge. U
nu undertaken to build a gun to suit th
No other Jionse in this slate can
show xtich a large and complete
stock or glt'e the prices we quote In
this list. A wlio'eialcstockainoitnt-
iiig to $176,000 to be sold at less
than wholesale prices.
Prints , Percales and Sateens ,
Good quality Prints , He , 3c and 4c
Best quality Shirting and Dress
Prints , such as Menimac , Choee-
coes , Aliens , Amerlcansllrhmonds ,
etc. , at Gc. Sold elsewhere at Sc and
American Sateens , yard wldc,10c.
Imported Sateens , 18c , 20c and
Uhlrllng and Dress Percales , fie ,
7c , Scanil Me. Jlcgitlar price IOK
Thousands of pieces tn select from
In both Imported and domestic
Apron Ginghams , Sc and 6c.
JJrcus Ginghams , 4c , 5c and 6c.
Jtenfrews , Lancas ers , A'onnan-
dlcs , Amosliags , and other brands
at Sc and We.
Imported Ginghams , 12\e \ up
wards , of which we have a great
Crinkled Seersuckers in plaids ,
stripes , combinations and chain-
brays , Gc , 7c , Sc , We , liic and 1S ( .
Cheviots and Sltlrtlngs from Be
upwards. A full and complete line
always on hand.
Brown sheetings and Muslins , -lc.
Yard wide Lawrence , "L. L. " and
other brands , Oc.
It cut yard wide Indian Head
Sheeting , Gc , 7c and Sc.
Brown and Bleached Pillow Case ,
8-4,9-4 , 10-4 , 22-4 , at less than
lileached Muslin , yard wide , Sc.
Lonsdale and similar brands ,
yard wide , 6'Jc to 7\c. \
Wamasutt , Pride of West and.
other brands , Iffis to 12c.
A discount given to piece lots.
Lawns and White Goods
from 3c Upwards.
Latest Styles Domestic and Im
On Monday , June 6th ,
Of all kinds of Dress and Wash
Goods , at almost any price.
Wraps. Suits , made
up Dresses , etc. , we are selling
cheaper than ever.
People's Store ,
k 314,316,318 , , and 320
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - - IA
Muscovite ammunition , tor the cartridge
is the soul of the gun.
THE CHIEF INTEREST
of his visit , however , centered in his ex
cursion to Gatschina and his reception by
tno czar. Mr. Maxim was to have taken
his gun to the palace , but on his arriving
at the station the minister of war begged
him not to take his gun through , lie
said that the emperor was very much
pressed with business ; they had no end
of papers for him to read through and
sign , and if Mr. Maxim were once to go
his gun into the imperial presence , all
hopes of getting any business done
would disappear , for the emperor took so
keen an interest in all such matters that
ho was apt to become absorbed in them ,
to the detriment of other business which
the minister did not wish to have post
poned. Mr. Maxiu reluctantly consented
to leave his gun behindand went to Gats-
china ayued with nothing but an album
On arriving at Gatschina ho was
ushered into a waiting-roomcomfortably
furnished , where a capital dinner was
served him , and ho was waited upon by
a regiment of officials in elaborate uni
forms. After be had refreshed himseli
and made his toilet , ho was conducted
by one high functionary through endless
passages , anel handed ever to tno care oi
who after little parley ,
aides-de-camp , , a
ushered him into'the ' imperial presence ,
The czar stepped forward and
GHEETED HIM KINDLY ,
and introduced him to the Grand Duke
Michael , who was'present ' at the inter
Mr. Maxim was much impressed with
the palace of the czur. Ho describes
Alexander III. ad being a man of impcr
ial presence , tall , stately , not in the least
degree corpulent , with an eye as clear a :
as if he had been , like Mr. Maxim him
self , a teetotaler of the state of Maine
Ho is slightly inclined to be bald , but n
in the prime of lifei full of vigor and in <
telligonco. It was impossible to loot
into his clear , open countenance withou
realizing the absurdity of many of tin
stories current in the nglishj > resa. Tin
Grand Duke Michael is less prepossess
ing in appearance , and a trace of roya
purple In the wrong place seemed t <
imply that ho was less abstcminous thai
"Where is your gun , Mr. Maxim1
asked the czar.
"I have not brought it , " said Mr. Maxin
in French , "as I feared you would no
have time to look nt it. "
The emperor shrugged his shoulder
and looked at the grand duke with an ai
of disappointment. Mr. Maxim had it 01
his tongue's end to lay the blame on th
war minister , who had , so sorely agalns
his will , induced him to leave bis gui
behind ; but reflecting with shrewd Yan
kee sagacity that if ho blamed the wa
minister hla chances of wcurlng contract
to iupply the Russian army with bis autc
Sacrifice Sale !
Eiseman's People's ' Store
During This Week.
IttO tloxen Ladle * ' Lisle 2hrcad
Hone , ! locf regular price SOc.
1OO dozen full regular Ingrain ,
Including black , AJc ; regular price ,
ode.20O dozen best Lisle Tlircad , 3uc.
40c and oOc.
23 dozen Sllli Hose , SlloWat 75c
Misses' ' aud Children's '
GOO dozen all sixes , 4 lo A'j tttGc ,
Sc nnd lOc.
( ISO dozen at IBc , 20c and 2Kc.
SOO dozen LMc Thread Ingrain ,
and French Ribbed , at 2uc ; all sizes.
These tire great bargains.
Sr2Vt.s sale lasts all this week ,
and be sure you attend It.
PEOPLE'S STORE ,
OVNCIL BLUFFS , - - - I A.
170T Olive St. , St. Louis Mo.
Of the Missouri Stale Museum of Anatomy ,
St. Louis , Mo. , University College Hospi
tal , London , Giesen , Germany and New
York. Having devoted their attention
SPECIALLY TO THE TREATMENT
More especia ily thse arising from impru
dence , invite all so suffering to correspond
without delay. Diseases of infection and
contagion cured safely and speedily with
out detention from business , and without
the use of dangerous drugs. Pa-
: ients whose cases have been neglected ,
jadly treated or pronounced incurable ,
ihould not fail to write us concerning their
symptomsAU letters receive immediate
And will be mailed FREE to any address
on receipt of one 2 cent stamp. "Practical
Observations on Nervous Debility and
Physical Exhaustion , " to which is added an
Essay on Marriage , ' with important diap
ers on Diseases of the Reproductive Or
gans , the whole forming a valuable medical
: rcatlse which should be read by all young
nen. Address ,
DRS. 8. & D. DAVIESON ,
1707 Olive St..St. L" > uis , Mo.
OFFICER < PUSEY ,
l > iU < of Cer.,1.
YIELDS TO EVERY MOVEMENT OF THE WEARER.
Owing U > the DUUOmLtHSTH ITT of the cloth ( which
our patent ! coyer exclusively ) will ( It peiTf-rllr flrat
time worn Reqolrei no breaking In. BoXKT BFTlnKKO
by teller after beinff worn ten day n if not found thdtnoiic
PEKFEUT FITTIMJ. IIKAI/rilFUI.
nnd ( 'amrortnble Coriet ever worn. Bold by all
Urit-ClaB * dettlcn.
CISOTTY nitOH. , Chicago , Ilk
miUlo "machines gun would materially
diminish , ho refrained , and miulo
THE BEST BIIUT HE COULD
by opening his album of photographs
and describing hie gun to tno emperor.
Never hud ho a moro interested listener ;
the czar questioned him closely concern
ing all the details of his gun , and dis
cussed the wnolo question with the close
interest of a mechanic.
"liut why have you left your" own
country to como to England J" asked ho.
Mr. Maxim explained that as his busi
ness was to make weapons of destruc
tion , it was necessary for him to take nu
his abode in a continent where the busi
ness of destruction was the chief occupa
tion of mankind. In the Now Worlel
they have something clso to ao than to
kill each other. Therefore ho came to
the Old World , where implements ol
slaughter were in request. The czat
laughed and continued bis inquiries
about the gun.
The conversation , which was began ir
trench , was soon changed to English ,
which the czar spoke with ease and ac
curacy , but with a foreign accent. Mr
Maxim promised to como back again ir
the autumn and bring with him u gut
adapted to the Russian cartridge. Aftoi
some other friendly remarks in the course
of which the czar recommended his visi
tor to beware of taking too much brand }
"little knowing. " said Mr. Maxim
"that ho was talking to a blue-blooded
down-oast-coast state of Maine teetotal
lor" the interview came to an end. 1
had lastetl nearly three-quarters of ai
hour. Mr. Maxim loft Futboliina ver ;
well pleased with bis visit and with hi ;
Real Estate Broker and Dealers
Council Hltiin * OltU-e , masonic
Temple. Onialiu OHUiXo 111
Korlli lUtli struct ,
I'nrllriilnr intention lvcn lo In *
vcNtlui ; I'mul * 'for neil - renl-
ttciiUt Snci'inl lutruulnn In loin He ,
acre properly In Oiiiitlin .V 01111-
rll Bin Us. I'orrvMtoiulcnco nolle >
GARDEN HOSE ,
Steam , Gas and Water Pipe
NEW YORK PLUMBING COMPANY ,
No 552 Broadway , - Council Bluffs , Iowa
Mall Orders Shipped L''t inptly.
Special advertisements , such us Lost , Found
-O Loan , For Bnlo , To Itont , Vinnts , Bonrdlmr.
etc , -wlll tjoliisertod in this column nt tlio loir
rntoofTKNCiN : T3PF.lt LINBfortheniet Inser-
Ion and I'lvoCcntl For Li no for each subsequent
Insertion. Leave advertlnoinejjta nt our olUco
Nn.i I'eurl sticut , no.ir IJroadwiiT. Counoll
FOIt SALi-Or : Trade-Six sections of good
laud In Lincoln county , Neb. on U. P.
railway. Call on or mldress Odoll llrog. & Co. ,
101 Pearl St. , Council lllutTn.
1AKKN Ul' Juno 5,1887 , on the promises of
. the subscriber , sec. 11 nnd 12 , Ourner
owiiBlilp , i'ottiumutumlo comity , Iowa , known
as tno old Voolils place , ono tliirk bionn bor o
about T years old. The owner Is requested to
prove property , pay charges and take U nway.
Juno 7,1F87. U. II. wniQHT.
WANTP.D A Rood plrl ( or Keucral house
work In small tnmllv. liberal winrcs will bo
pnld. Inquire at Klicinan's People's store or
at Iso. 1J1 Park avonuo.
; flrEt-class doorman.
C , Gregory. Council UhilTa ,
ANTED A Rood idrl ( or kltc.uon work.
Apply to No. r J Mill street.
WANTED A situation with some wnolesael
Una as tra\elliiK salesman or aislstant
bookkeeper. Address W. Q , No. 1WJ Chicago
iireet , Omaha.
WANTED A good girl for Roneral house
work. Apply at "Ml ? \ \ iavenue. .
WANTEO-A peed Irish setter. Shop liobbo ,
901 Main struct.
UI1IH MIIIIUl'I'V ' ,
Largo lints in white , black nnd all colors , ll'ut-
ttrn bonnets , huts And toques , a specialty.
No 1514 Dougliis St. , Oinahu.
Star Sate Sfab/es and Mute fords
llroitdwuy , Council UluCTs , 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. Slock sold on commission.
SHUTTER & BOLEY , Proprietors.
Telephone No. 11
Formerly of Keil Sale. Stables , corner
1st. avo. and 4th st
E. S. BAItNETT ,
Justice ot the Peace ,
416 Broadway , Council Blufli.
Refers to any bank or business house In the
city , Collections a specialty.
K. ItlCE , M. D.
Cancers and other Tumors
Removed without the knile or Drawing o
O\er 30 vears Practical experience.
No. 11 Pearl St. , Council Bluffs.
O. B. ALLEN ,
EngineerSur , ejorMapPublisher ,
Over No. 12 North Main St.
City and countr mnpa , of cltlot and counties
In western Iowa , Nebraska andKansiis.
OHJ * V. STONE. jiCOD Sltll
STONE & SIMS ,
Attorneys at Law ,
relict in the State and Ke2er.il Courti
Rooms 7 and 8 Shugart-Beno Block.
In Amber ,
nnniciits , u3
wcll as tlio
elties In hair
Mrs. C. L. Gillette
20 Main St. , Council Bluffs , Town. Out
of town work solicited , and all mall
orders promptly utteudcd to ,
LAMPS , GLASSWARE ,
Prices Very Low ,
W. S. HOMER & Co.,1
NO. 23 MAIN ST. ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , t t IAt
REAL ESTATE ,
Vacant 1-ots. Lands , City Residence ! and
Farms. Acre property In western piirt of city.
All selling cheap to make room for aprlnir itock
B. P. OFFICER ,
Real Estate & Insurance Agent ,
Room 6 , oyer Officer ft Pusoy'i Bank , Oou
jv. scirunz ,
Justice of the Peace.
Oillce over American Kxpre s.
BEST LIGHT LIYERY
The linest of driving horses always on
hand and for Halo by
and all skin dlceasei. A new motbod ot torn.
ponnillnB Tar. A Cure Runrautoed , or money
refmnte. ! . Bold by < lrunel > t > , mid nt tlie office of
TAR-01D CO. , 71 lilMlfMST. CMICAM. l > rlce V
Oni > Agrni ( * errn n onlrl w nnTtry town for
A Huston driimmnrpays that this lotof your
Tnnslirs Punch u only n tmit nnd thnt loun
not no moro of the Fnmoqimllly fortuo price ,
r < iritictliiirlilm ( | ) dil liouso Hilfl olilu of Minna
& Dixon'B line run put Mich Block Into Rita
Clifitr und lire. "I.onu Uvotb TiiinlH1 * I'micn , "
OKI. II. lUv.MS. Wlnn , Milne.
IDDREH , / ? . W. TANSILL & ? 0. , CUICICI
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