Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 20, 1891, Page 3, Image 11

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Jcllveriii by Carrier In any part of tbo City.
Business Ofllco , No.13. .
Night Editor. No. 23.
N. Y. P. Co.
Council Bluffs Lumber Co. , coal.
Craft's chattel loans , SO-l Sapp blocit.
Heal Hock Springs coal , Thatcher , 10 Main
If you want water In your yard or house
po to Blxby'j , : ioy Mcrrlum block.
Mrs. H. II. Frary's music pupils will pivo
n recital this evening In Mueller's music hall.
E. .1. Shubcrt has taken out a permit to
erect a frame dwelling on lot 1 , block 10 ,
Cochnin's addition. It will cost r..VJO.
William Muloney took n change of venue
yesterday from Justice Cono's court to that
of Justice Swearlngon. Ho will have tiial
on the charge of assault next Saturday afternoon -
noon at U o'clock.
Estn , the ten-months-old daughter of Mr.
and Mr.i. Albert He.uston , died yesterday
morning nt 8 o'clock of congestion of the
lungs , The funeral will take place this mornIng -
Ing from the family reslUouce , y"J avenue C.
Charles Matthai , Fred Ncal and James
Andutton went off on a fishing expedition
last Sunday and returned yesterday morning
with a string of ninety-six ilno bluett bass.
Just where they were gotten or what they
cost It was itnnosslblc to icurn
Uled , at the residence of her sister. Mrs.
Kslay , 1W7 ( Lower Hroadway , at 10 a. in. ,
Tuesday , of consumption , Mrs , Anna Man-
nliip. neo Miss Annn ( IcMpachcr , . Funeral
ervlces will bo held nt St. I'rancis Xavier's
Catholir church , Thursday , at 10 a in.
The Kpsworth league of the Hroad-
wav Methodist church met Monday
evening nt the residence of F. 11.
Orotitt. on Oakland avenue. An Interesting
musical und literarv proeram was rendered ,
nftcr which a pleasant social tlmo was had.
Attorney General John Y. Stone was in the
city jesterday. Ho is preparing for the trial
of the appealed case of the btato of Iowa
ncalnst Thomas Hrooks , for the murder of
Frank DcUoodc. The case will have n bcar-
Ini. at thn present session of the supreme
court at DCS Molncs.
Daniel Sullivan was arrested yesterday by
Poll Tux Collector McCIarcn yesterday noon
whllo pummelling a drunken man named
.lack Smith. Smith's face was rovorud with
blood and ho was weeping copiously. Sulli
van will bavo a hcariiii ; tuis morning on u
charge of assault and battery.
The advance sheets of the programme for
the comlnir OhautaiKjiia assembly were re
ceived by Manager ila/elton yesterday mornIng -
Ing , ns published in the Chautauqua Cump
and Firi'slde , a Journal which Is edited bv
Dr. A. H. Olllott , tbo Held secretary. There
nro still some features of the programme to
bo arranged , but the larger part is already
J. Stein , who was arrested for driving over
thobosoat the lire on Vine street Monday
afternoon , was up lu pollco court yesterday
morning for u hearing. His dofonco was
that ho did not know the boso was there until
ho had driven over it. Ho paid the costs of
the suit , fo.s.0 , and was released. Dr. Conway -
way , John Brown , J. W. Tinley , James Wil
son , CJeorgo Lusch and -M Cristy were linsd
Bums ranging all the way from JU.OO to f JO.TO
for drunkenness. Josie Hulbcrt was lined
$1IM0 for vagrancy.
The case of "balvation"Valkcr against
Nols Carlson was to bavo hud a hearing yes-
tcrdav before Justice Hamtncr. It is i case
which was commenced by Walker to collect
a $ ' „ ' . " > rnward which Carlson offered for the
return of a horse which had been stolen from
him. The horse was found by Walker's son
nnd taken to the pound before ho knew that
there was n reward oITcred for it. Ho after
wards learned of the reward , and fiuno
to the city marshal to get It. Ho
was offered * - for his trouble , but he spurned
It. Wnlker was undecided for a time whether
or not to have all tbo city ofllclals arrested on
n charge of larceny , but ho finally decided to
bring suit for the amount. The case was
continued until tomorrow aftctnoon at S
o'clock ,
Thn corset department of the Boston Store ,
Council Binds , is second to none in this west
eru country. All the loading makes always
In stool : at our popular prices , orders taken
for any special cor-ct not in stock. Boston
Store , Council Bluffs , la.
L. A. Cnspor , the Ilorlst , will bo nt Falr-
vlow cemetery all of this week engaged in
decorating graves. All plants ordered for
cemetcrj work will ho sot out freo.
Loco curtains cleaned from 50o to $1.23 per
pair , nt Twin City dye works.
ft.itsox.ii4 I'A
W. II. Dooley of Lo Hey , III. , ono of the
proprietors of the Ogden bousa , Is in the city
on a visit.
John Stork Is homo from on extended trip
through the routh. Mrs. Stork has also re
turned from n visit to friends in St , Louis
and Kansas City.
J. B. Itcovo of Omaha , quartermaster of
the Nebraska division , Sous of Veterans , and
Post Colonel M. P. O'Brien of the same
order , nlso of Omana , will bo In the Bluffs
this evening for the purpose of assisting in
the orgonlzation of n branch of their order In
this city. _
Dress ginghams Everything In that line
from the To urcss gingham to the finest
Scotch goods. At "o , be , lOc and Vo wo
show u beautiful range of patterns. At 15o
wo show a very line line of zoohyr ginghams ,
the style and lluisti almost as good as the
most expensive. Boston Store , Council
Fruit farm for snlo on reasonable terms ;
within ono und one-half miles of the P. O. ;
all In bearing ; good buildings ; possession
given at once. Cull on D. J. Hutcblusou &
Co. , 017 Broadway.
Pianos , organs , C. B. Music Co. , MS B'd'y.
Granted u
The arguments for a now trial In the case
of Dr. J. C. Shrador of Iowa City against Mr.
nnd Mrs. David
Hoover of Walnut were
made In the superior court yesterday after
noon , The case was tried about a wcok ago.
The plaintiff wanted f 100 for foes for pro
fessional services in a case which ho had
been summoned to DCS Molties to attend.
The result of tbo trial was n verdict of f.t.50
for the plaintiff. This was objected to b >
the attorneys for the plaintiff , who claimed
, that If the services were worth anything thov
were worth inora than $ 'i.f > 0 , and they Imme
diately tiled a motion for n new trial. Judge
McGee heard the arguments und granted the
request , _
Furniture , carpets , refrigerators , baby car
riages , stoves , crockery , and all bouso fur
nishing goods , cash or on easy payments , at
Mandell Klein's.
Dry storage at low rates , stoves and house
hold goodx J. It. Snyder , Pearl street ,
Malr bas all sorts of fruit , shtulo and orna
mental trees , Broadway , opposite postoillco
TlilcveH Itrcak In.
H. H. Field was mau.0 n victim to the wiles
of houoobrcakers night before last. Ills res-
Idouco on Frnnkllu nvouuo was wUerod
through a basement window and a gold
nvn ch and a pocketbook containing $11 were
taken. Mr , Field was formerly sheriff , and
chief of pollco , and has at times made bis
boast that no ono would over get the drop on
him by cither holding him up on the street
or by entering his bouso by stealth. Ho ac
knowledges the corn , however , with ns good
grace us could bo expected under the circum
stances. There Is no clue to the burglars.
When about to build don't fail to get prices I
on lumber of The Judd ft Wells Co. , S13
Broadway. Telephone 267.
Union Park races , Omaha nnd Council
Bluffs , Juno 0-12 , fl.OOO ; Sopt. ( Ml , fil.WX ) ;
Oct. ' 'Ofl.OOO. . For programmes address
Nut Brown , seo'y , , Merchants' hotel , Omaha ,
Try Duquetto & Co. 's Pomona fruit julco
tablets , They are delicious.
Shugart & Co. carry largest stock of bulk
Held , carden and tlowcr seeds In the west
Catalogue aud tamples by mall.
Paving of an Alley Objected to b/ Prop
erty Owners.
Contractors Go Ntcndlly on with the
Work nna No Otic KCCIIIH to
Care lu Inter Cure wltti
At tlic laU meeting of the city council a i > o-
tltlon was icad from n number of pro [ > orty
owners asking that the work of paving the
nlloy between Seventh nnd Klchth streets
and between Broadway and Pint nroniie bo
nipped In the bud on account of the great
cxi > oiso ) to which thej would be subjected.
The council hemmed and hawed , and didn't
know Just what to do iibout It , but there
was a sort of vague understanding that ,
the contractor should bo required to stop
the work until the council could have a
chance to look around and find out just what
ll wanted to I'D ' about the matter.
Yesterday the work was going on Just ns
usunl , and so far us Is Known , it will continue
to go on until the end of the chapter. The
city or property owner. } can enjoin the con
tractors frnm rrnlut ? nn ulth tlm tvnrlr. htit
f they do so they will h vo to
stand ( food for all damages that tbo
contractor may suffer by not being al
lowed to KO on. No ono wants to stand good
fnr the damages ns the contractors pnld In
advance for all the material which Is being
| iut Into the paving and the damages would
iceorulngly mount uway up above the limits
of the pockctbook of any ol them. It Is probable -
able that the worlc will go on as was at llrst
Council Hind's Sun UniltrclliiH.
Just received over flOU sun umDrollas , the
latest style handles. Gloria silk , guaranteed
to wear much better than any all silkconing
double the price , equal in appearance to nil
silk-extra value , $ : , ? 1 fiJ ( , $1.75 , J2.S.1 and
? - ' SO. Aslt to see them. The best value over
shown. Boston Store , Council Bluffs , la.
Drs. Woodbury , dentists , HO Pearl street ,
next to Grand hotel. Telephone U3. High
grade work a specialty.
Black organdies , ttio latest In black wash
seeds , every yard guaranteed absolutely fast
black , the greatest craze of the season , a
beautiful range of patterns all tbo way from
lOo to-ir.c. Now is'the time to make your
selection whllo the choice patterns lost.
Boston Store , Fothcringham , Whltelaw &
Co. , Council Bluffs.
Snm Patch nnd Steve Urodle Find
Youthful KmnlntorH.
A lot of small Doys were playing nt the
unpor ciui of Fifth avenue last Monday evenIng -
Ing , where the bluff U being cut away. They
each had a small papar umbrella , which they
loaded with sticks and stones nnd allowed to
lloat , parachute-like , from the top of tbo
blutf to the bottom.
At last rinrrv Vim B'11111. the ten-year-old
son of Alderman II. ii. Van lirunt , was
struck with a bright idea. Ho rushed homo
and soon returned with nn umbrella.
Going to the too of the hill ho
opened the umbrella , stepped bade
n few feet and then inndo n run for the brink ,
holding the umbrella over his head. Flap ,
Hap , went the umbrella , nnd down , down ,
went the boy. The other boys lookeu on
With bated breath , half expecting their com
panion to bo dashed to pieces at the bottom
of the hill. But they wcro disappointed , mid
the small boy alighted on the ground , a hnn-
dred feet from where ho started , as easily
and comfortably as ho could wish.
The whole tnlng seemed so nice that tbo
eight-year-old brother of the hero had to
have u chance at the now and delightful
plaything. Ho , too , descended in safety , and
in all piobablllty they would have been worn-
ing the parachute yet had not some of the
grown friends of the boys appeared on the
scene in time to prevent any moro of the
dangerous snort.
As the matter stands now the two Van
Brunt boys are heroes in the eyes of their
companions , and it will piobably bo ten
years before the last regret disappears from
the hearts of the others at the thought of
what they uilsscd.
The Boston Store , Council Bluff- . , closes nt
C p. m. except Mondays and Saturdays. Mon-
dnvs 0 o'clock , Saturdays 10 o'clock. Boston
Store , Council Bluffs.
Trees , nil kinds , guaranteed to grow , prices
cheap , at Muirs' , Broadway , opposite postof-
Court N'ewH.
Mrs. Amelia Ouill has filed In the district
court a protest against allowing the will of
her late father , Joseph Holnmn , to bo ad
mitted to piobato. She alleges that the will
was not signed by her father with his free
consent , but that ho had been childish and
feeble for some tlmo prior to his death , nnd
whllo In that condition was Induced to sign
his nnmo to the paper by certain designing
persons. She also claims that the witnesses
did not sign their names to the will In
the presouco of each other or of
Holnmn. and on thcso grounds she asked the
court to set aside the will and divide the
propertv among the various children ofl
though the will had never been executed.
In district court yostordav the whole day
was occupied by the $15,000 damage suit o'f
Cocko A : Morgan against M. B. Smith. Part
ot the arguments of the attorneys were
made , aud they will bo completed this morn
_ _ _
Shantong pongee at the Boston Store ,
Council Bluffs , for I'Jjtfc a yard , tbo latest
wash goods fabric known , equal to n China
silk in appearance and ilntsh , warranted fast
colors. Wo nro now showing a tcautlful
ran co ot patterns and colors at the above
price , ISJJjC. Boston Store , Council Bluffs.
Ice ! Ice ! Ice ! ! !
If you want It pure and n
And at a reasonable pr
Follow no now dev ' lea.
But send to us In a tr
At our off
Mulhollami & Co. , No. 4 Pearl st. , Tel. 102.
Mitts and gloves Our line is now com
plete in nlack silk mitts at 2oc , 33c , UOc , 50o
and ( Wo. Wo think aud say vMthout the
least hesitancy that we have the bcjt v luo
In the above th-t over entered any city. AH
pure silk and guaranteed fast blacks. Ask
to see them ; wo .elight in showing goods ,
whether you purchase or not. Boston Store ,
f'othorlngbam , Wbltolaw & Co. , Council
Coyno In Trouble
The Cranglo-Malsh case , which fairly
monpollzcd the papers about a month ago ,
has bobbed up again. Yesterday morning
Fllck'uger ' Brothers , who represented the
defendants at this end ot the line , received
word from the prosecuting attorney of Kork
Island county , Illinois , requesting them to
send on n certified copy of the depositions
which \V. L. Coy no sought to Introduce in
evidence when the case was on trial , and
stating that Coyno had been indicted for
subornation of perjury In trying to got tbo
Fluegols to sign their names to the papers.
ClerK Campbell of thn district court , ami bis
cntlro force of assistants , were busily nt
work all day yesterday getting the copy Into
proper shape. The trial of Coyno will take
place next week.
Visit the Boston Store , Council Bluffs
when In need of wall paper , window shades ,
loco curtains , chenille curtains , portleres.otc.
Boston Store , Council Bluffs , la.
The Ilnest line of spring and summer ( roods ,
mo t cx | > ort workmen , Is what you \ \ ill Una
at Heller's , the tailor , : 0 Broadway.
Protecting thn Flnh.
"I wish you would clvo n wrlto up to 5
number of parties who are encaged In bunt
ing and fishing illegally , " said ono of the
most ardent of the lovers of sport In Councl
Bluffs , yesterday to n reporter. ' 'Tho
statutes of Iowa forbids the taking of flsu by
seme , stmro , or netat any season of tbo year.
Wo nro situated in n thickly populated com
munity , with only slight resources In this
direction at best. Ono would think that self
Interest would prompt these follows to bo a
llttlo careful how they make wav with the
fish that arc In our streams , oven If their re
gard for tbo liw did not ; anu yet the low Is
being violated right along.
"A number of us local sportsmen bavo
banded ourselves together to assist In prose
cuting to the full cxtout of the law anyone
who may bo found taking llsu In this Illegal
manner. Wo are Interested lu protecting the
fish In nil the waters In this vicinity , but wo
nro especially anxious to protect these In
Honey crock. Pat Gllmoro has been sta
tioned at the latter place for the solo purpose
of guarding It and seeing that the law Is com
piled wltti. Wo would llko to have the aid of
all lovers of legitimate sport In driving thcso
butchers out of their business. "
AHiaulted a Young Girl.
A bold attempt at an assault was mailo late
last evening In the southern part of the city.
A young man named Walter Luring was rid-
lug on his bicycle near the corner of Kigbth
street and Ninth avcnuo when bo hoard a
woman scream a short distauco away , LookIng -
Ing lu the dlrectlou of the sound ho saw n
young girl running toward n house. Ho fol
lowed her and inquired what was the matter ,
when ho learned that she had been over
taken by a man Who put his
band over her mouth to sllenco her
after wtileh ho throw her down In the weeds ,
and would in all probability have accomp
lished his purpose had it not been for tha np-
nrnm'li nf l.nHnc mi Ma hlnl'i ln The r lf l
was nleoly dressed nnd respectable lookinp
and about eighteen years of ago. She pave
her name its Amy Wilson. She could not
describe her assailant as she had not had n
chance to get a full vlow of his faco.
Do Horses ' 1 nlk ?
\Vo have our doubts on this subject , but if
they couldwo believe tholrtirst words would
bo to ask masters always to keep a bottle of
Ilaller's Uarbed Wlro Liniment on hand. It
Is unequalled for cuts , bruises and sprains.
In fact , horses fairly cry for It.
AljOXti AM ) UX.SOI ICKI ) .
Anderson Dies In n
f.nroutc * ( o tin * Hospital.
Yesterday afternoon Ur , Klnir , assistant
county physician , was called to see a sick
man nt the southeast comer of Eleventh and
Jones streets.
Ur. King Immediately responded to the
call , nnd found Joseph Anderson lying upon
a pallet of straw in tin up stairs room. An
derson was evidently suffering considerable
pain , nnd the physician called n carriage and
had the sick man removed to St. Joseph's
hospital. Upon the arrival of the carriage
at the hospital a chair was brought out for
Anderson , and ho was carried into the re-
coptlon room. As soon as the chair was
placed upon the lloor in the room one of the
sisters looked at the occupant and was
.shocked to sco that ho was ucad.
The man had died while beinc taken from
the carriapo to the entrance of tbo hosuital.
Coroner ilarripan was immediately called ,
nnd after viewing the body ordered the re
mains removed to Htafy < & Heafy's under-
taklnc establishment.
Dr. King , assisted by Coroner Harridan ,
hold n post mortem upon the bodv last even
ing. It was found that the left lung had
shriveled up so 'hat it was smaller than the
heart. Consumption was the principal cause
of Anderson's death. The unfortunate man
had gradually wasted away. Disease was
found nmoug the organs of the heart , liver
and kidneys.
Coroner llarrigan will hold an Inquest at
Heafy & Heafy's at J p. in. today.
Anderson had no friends or relatives In the
city. He bail been ill for n long time , and
being unnblo to work managed to worry out
n miserable existence. How long the man
had been ailing was Impossible to learn ns no
one seemed to know anytulng about him.
DoWitt's Little Early Risers ; best little
pills for dyspepsia , sour stomach , bad breath.
lie AVantH to Uo Kclicvcd from tlio In-
Hiiranc-o Company's HciM-lvorshlp.
Hon. Thomas ll. Benton , auditor of .state ,
Attorney General Hastings. Mr. G. W. Al
bright and- his attorney , C. J. Smyth , en
tered Judge Irvine's court yesterday evening
about 5 o'clock for the purpose of giving the
Nebraska insurance company case another
Mr. Smyth stated that his client wished
to bo relieved from the receivership and to
surrender the responsibilities that had been
placed upon him as receiver for the Ne
braska Insurance company to some ono whom
the court might appoint.
Judge Irviuo promptly replied thathocould
not relieve Mr. Albright without a report of
what ho had done with the propsrty en
trusted to him , and ho would not uo so even
then until ho had consulted with
Judge Wmteley with regard to
the matter for there was danger
of having a conflict In the orders of the court
unless they proceeded very carefully. Ho
advised Mr. Albright to hold possession of
tno property until next Saturday when the
insurance company has been notified to ap
pear nnd nrcsent its side of the caso. The
judco instructed Mr. Albright to allow Audi
tor Bcuton full and free access to the books ,
but not to permit nny one else to have anv-
thing to do with the property under bis
Mr. Albright said to n BKK reporter that
the reason ho wished to be relieved of the re
ceivership was that ho had been restrained
by an order from the court from removing
tl < o notes , books nnd papers to His oflice , nnd
It was very inconvenient for him to work at
the ofllco of the insurance company nnd at
tend to bis own affairs at the same time.
Under the circumstances ho simplv wished to
get clear out of the matter nnd let someone
take it who had nothing else to look after.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing byrup is the best
of all remedies for children teething ; ' > cents
a bottlo.
Snecinl Meeting of the K. of It. nt
SuottdaU ; to Consider It.
Pirrsiifito , Pa , , May 19. A special from
Scottdale , Pa. , says : The Knights of Labor
assembled here in special convention nt 10
o'clock to consider the coke striuo. The con
vention Is largely attended. Nearly all the
delegates say they have Instructions to con
tinue thu strike.
Several riots occurred this evening , ono
riker being shot and slightly wounded.
Ono of the sccodurs from the strikers' ranks
who has been working was hooted bv n crowd
of strikers on the street and driven Into the
Scottdalo house by a mob of 1,000 men that
would not disperse until the lire hose was
turned on them. Shortly alter two deputies
from the Valley works tried to assert their
authority over the maddened tnob. A rush
was made for the deputies , ono of thorn fired ,
wounding a striker. Tbo deputies were
trampled under foot in n moment , but wore
picked up nnd carried away by town police
men , while the mob lied before another us-
sault from the fire
department. Soon an
other rush was mado.tho deputies taken from
the police and pounded nnd kicked In horrible -
riblo manner. Under the advice of the lead
ers the strikers finally lot them go.
A Good Sulistltu'e.
Instead of n cocktail In the mornini : "wo
fellows at the club"
taper off by taulng a re
freshing drink of Sulpho-Sallno ,
Kvlotiou Not Icon.
O.SKU.OOSA , la. , May 19. [ Special Tele
gram to Tin : BEH. ] Notices nro belngscrvod
by the Excelsior coal company upon btrikinc
miners that these owning houses on the com
pany's promises must remove them and
those living In company bouses must vacate
them at once to make room for new men who
are ready to go to work. About four hun
dred strikers , most of them heads of fam
ilies , are affected by these notices and trouble
and hardship are expected. Thu conference
of miners nnd operators which was to have
been hold today will take place Thursday
\Vo find St. Patrick's PIIU to be very extra
and to give splendid satisfaction. They are
now about the only kind called for. W. A.
Wallace , Oaiis , la. For solo by druggists.
Probability TLat ( lu { Chilian Vossal Wil
Eosorf toTorco-
i i
The Pacific Mull'.Jjlc.Tiiishlp Company
IHHIICS .Strict < , ) nlcr * to Its
nt-Acapitleo Not
to { , 'cn'lfuel.
NnwOIIK , May tfl-A special to the Mall
and Express from Acipulco says : "It seems
certain that the Esmerrild.i must have recourse -
course to s > omo desperate mentis to secure
coal , for coal she must bavo If sbo Is to got
back to Chili. It was announced today that
the Pacific Mall steamship company has
ordered Its agent hero not to soil the Es-
moralda coal under nuy circumstances. This
order was communicated to the commindor
of the Esmcrnlda , and It Is now thought
probable that the Chilian will taka coal by
force. This is moro probable as It Is now
almost certain that the Esmoralda's captain
Is in command of tha Itatn , having boarded
her when the two vessels mot off this port
Frldav uleht. Should the aetlni ? nnntiln of
the Esmoralda doclJo to taku coal by force
there Is absolutely nothing to prevent him
from hauling his vessel alongside the coal
hulks and taking what ho wants , for the
forts are worthless ns against modern ordnance -
nance and the HsniorA'.da could if molested
lav Acapulco in ruins in half nn hour. "
There is n disinclination on the part of the
officers ol the Pacific Mall steamship com
pany to talk about the company's action
touching the sale of coil to the Esmeraldn.
Vlco President Houston was not willing testate
state specifically whether or not the com-
p.inj 's agent nt Acapulco had boon ordered
not ' to sell the Esmeralda coal. He said ,
however , mat the only other station along
that coast where she coujd got coal were San
Diego and San Francisco. Tha dismantled
steamer Moses 1 ivlor is the coal hulk
of the Pacific Mail steamship company at
Acapulco and Hos at the uioorinuM a few hu n-
dred yards from the cltv water Iroiit and di
rectly opposite the American cemetery. It
is an easy matter for ttie Esmuralun to go
alongside r.ud with her crew of 3SO men take
on board coal at the rate of twenty-live to
thirty tons an hour. Meanwhile 'tho city
would be r.t the mercy of tbo Chilian guns.
In ten hours she would have 300 tons on
board. She would bo unmolested so far ns
Mexican naval or military powers are con
cerned. There are never moro than 50J sol
diers In tbo vicinity of Acnpulco and the
war vessel Democrata Is not equal In power
to tbo Esmoralda's steam launch. Of course
the Mexican authorities would protest , as
would the Pacific mall agent , but the protest
would bo of no avail in the fueo of the guns
nf the Esmoralda.
Citr OF Mn\ico ( via Galveston ) , May 19.
A dispatch from Acapulco says that tbo Es-
mcraldn's oflicers finished buying provisions
list night and it is believed at Acapulco that
the Esmcrnlda sccrctlv loaded some coal and
was to receive moro this morning outside tbo
Cnn Ho Sclzc-d in Chilian AVatcrs.
WASHIXOTO.V , May 10. Secretary Tracy
said tonight that tbo commander of the
Charleston coula solr.o tbo insurgent steamer
Itatn In Chilian waters , although ho declined
to say whether or not she would do so in case
the Itata Is not captured until she gets into
these waters.
St. Patrick's Pills give cntlro satisfaction.
I have used them in my family. They arc tha
best I ever used for the purpose. Frank Cor-
nollous , Purcell , Indian Territory. For &alo
by druggists.
c.iXAnA cAirEi aoirx.
Secretary Husk IssticHnn Order oil the
Importation of S wine.
WASHINGTON , May ,10. Secretary Husk
today issued the following order :
Dm-.uiTME.NT OK Aoitrcin.TuiiE , OKFICF. or
TIIISbtiiKTAiiv : , WASHINGTON. I ) . C' . . May l'J ' ,
lb.Pl.hereas. . Under the act of congress np-
pioved August 30 , 1MW , It has been provided by
the department nf agriculture In order to uro-
tect the sheep and swine of the L'niledtales
fiom contagious discuses now existing In foi-
clgn countries that all slici'p and swine Im
ported from Great Ilrltaln and the continent
of Europe must bo held lu quarantine for a
period of not than llftut-n days ; ami
Whereas , The Dominion of Canada makes
no ruquliomnnt of quarantine for sheep and
swine imported Into that country from Uruat
llrltiiln or tin * continent of Europe ; and
\Miureas , To ncrinlttlio importation of the o
nnlmaN fiom Canada into the I'nlted States
without quarantine would bo dangerous to
the > -took Interests of th < s United btate- > owing
to the failure on the part of the Canadian au
thorities to enforce this mensuie of piotco-
tion , and would onublu Importers to evade the
quarantine at I'nlled States ports : therefore '
It If ordered , That nil sheen or swine to be
Imported from Canada Into the United States
are hereby made mibjivt to the nuulatlnns of
Ihu department of agriculture of date October
ii. : 1V > J. mid the exception contained In the
third an I sixth regulations of the said date as
app lenblu to Canadian sheet ) and s\vlm > Is
hereby rusnlndcdl and all animals minird In
said regulations o.\copt cattle Imported from
Canada aru subject to the same conditions
and requirements us If they wore Imported
Into the United Slates from Great llrltlan
aud the continent of Europe.
J. M. HU K , Secretary.
Our customers nil speak highly In praise of
St. Patrick's Pills. They are the best.
Berry Bros. , Carroll , Nob. For sale by drug
the Advance.
CINCINNATI , O. , May 19. General Manager
Carroll of the Crescent road today refused
the demand made by the engineers nnd Uro-
men employed upon that system for nn ad
vance in wages. The olllcorj of the road do
not anticipate a strike.
St. Patrick's Pills have given mo hotter
satisfaction than any other. M. II. Proud-
foot , druggist , Granada , Col. For sale by
Chnrlcs Anstln > Norel Method to Set
tle llln Hoard Hill.
When Charles Austin was driven to the
pollco station nt 1 o'clock this morning ho
looKcd as If bo was prepared to make qtiito n
For some four months past Austin , who Is
n colored man , has boon rooming with Mrs.
Smart , nlso colored , at ' "JO North Thirteenth
stroe. Austin ts qulto n dude and has paid
his room rent with promises Instead of cash.
Yesterday morning ho gave up his key to the
house aim agreed that bis trunk and satchel
bo held until his Indebtedness had been
Shortlv after midnight Austin effected an
entrance Into the Smart domicile and with
the aid of n friend carried his big Saratoga
down the stair * ntid out into tbo street. Th
noise awakened Mrs. Smart , who called n
patrolman and tliu whole outllt , trunk nnd
nil , wcro given quarters nt the jail. Austin
wont bo bothered with room rent fern mouth
nt least.
Man Is often deceived In tbo ngo of n
woman by her gray hnlr. Ladles , you can
appear young ami prevent this grayncss by
using Hall's Hair Ueuowcr.
IJOIIK Haired Men and Short Haired
Women Not Wanted In Iowa.
Dzs MOINE.X , In. , May 19. [ Special to TUB
BEE. ] It has just leaked nut hero In null-
prohibition circles that emissaries of the
REHDI So That You Will Not BB Deceived. '
Unscrupulous raanufncturors of medicines nro offering1 to supply the retail
druggists with an nrticlo put up in red wrapper , almost identical in ponoinl -
pciiranco , nnd closely assimilated In every detail to Carter's Little Liver Pills.
In this way they hope to profit by the merit of Carter's Little Liver Pills , nnd
pnlm oil nn imitation on the unsuspecting sufferer and purchaser.
It is n source of wonder to honest people , that there nro men ready and willing
to perpetrate such frauds.
Let them bowaVo ft day of
; reckoning will surely como ; there nro "upright
judges" in the land who will punish such people.
But the moral of it all Is this : When you ask for Carter's Little Liver Pills
insist having "C-A-R-T-K-R--S "
upon and
- , see that you get them.
The proprietors of Carter's Little Liver Pills have spent hundreds of thous
ands of dollars to make their value known. True merit
always wins with the
people , Carter's Little Liver Pills hnvo won.
R Positive Cure for Sick Headache
To euro nillouincu. Blck Headache Conitlpntion.
Malaria. Liver Complalnla. take the ufo
and certain rcmedjr. SMITH'S
ntothoSliAUjBIZEHO little Ivans to tha bet
tle ' ) . Tli r are the mut coDTonlenti tult all BHU.
1'rlcoor ( liber lit * . 25 lenu p r bottl * .
KISSING * ' 717 > 70 : I'boto irmrura.
B * *
panglsUoof tlili ploiuru
for 4
e nUoopp r or laiupi ) .
j F. Burrn & co.
ak r of IJIIo D nn . 8U Loul . Mo
Now York Voice have visited nearly every
county in thli state for the purpose of pro
curing a list of the voters at the last elec
tion , which is to bo used as a mailing list for
the Voice lu the forthcoming campaign for
the repeal of the present prohibitory law.
It Is now gcnerallv understood by parties
well posted that the Voice will devote twice
as much attention to thu impciidlnc struggle
in this state as It did In Nebraska last year.
It has nlso arranged , so it is reported , to toke
the cntlro charge of tbo prohibitory side of
the question.
During the Nebraska light the Voice put
In circulation In that state all ttie way
from ten to sixty thousand copies
of its paper each week until
the cloo of thu campaign. It was generally
conceded by nil who gave the matter any
study that the work done by the prohibition
ahect , while of a lawless and Illegitimate
class of journalism , had n supcrllclal olTect
upon a certain bet of Its moro Impressionable
It has also como to the knowledge of these
who will have the niiti-prohibitiou camn.ilgu
In charge that the New York Voice
has made a formal request upon all prohibi
tion organization" , national aud state , de
manding that their organ bo given absolute
and exclusive inanagcmont of the Iowa light.
They set forth In their request that the work
done uy the prohibitionists in Nebraska was
wholly ineffective , and that while the anil's
used their iroiioy to employ workers to bring
out tbo votes on the the other
hand the prohibitionists appropriated
all their means to defray the expenses of
orators , who traversed the state in every di-
The Voicn In Us demands urpes the avoid
ance of a repetition of the Nebraska mistake
nnd recommends that in the campaign now
impending here that the services of low
priced orators bo dispensed with , and that
none but competent aud energetic Held
workers and organizers bo employed.
Most complexion powders have a vultrar
glare , but 1'ozzoiii's is a true beauliticr
whoso effects are lasting.
Motor Coinpii'iloH Consolidate.
Ccmu Hu'in * , la. , May H ) . [ Special Tel
egram to Tin : BKI : . I The Thompson-Houston i
company , grunted n franchise u few weeks i
ago by the city council to put in an electric
rnl'way ' , and tno old Cedar Haplds & Marion '
railway company have consolidated. The
company is composed of F. 'W. Home , repre
senting the Thompson-Houston company , aud
J. S. Cook , W. 1) . Dougla ? , Charles H. Clark ,
James L. Hover and A. T. Avorill ot this
city , nud the name of the corporation Is the
Cedar Hapids & Marlon City railway com
pany. A rnpltal stock of # IK,000 ( ) is author
ized. A board of seven directors 1ms been
D. Douglas aud Arthur T. Averlll. The fol
lowing oflicers have been elected : James L , .
Hover , president : Walter D. Douglas , vice
president ; Charles II. Clark , treasurer ;
Olenu M. Averlll , secretary.
Lost n hofr.
CciMiiRirin" , la. , May 19. [ Special Tele
gram to TnnBii.J : Pat McAloon of Amana ,
a section boss on the Chicago , Milwaukee &
St. Paul railway , fell under n train nt South
Amana this afternoon and his right limb was
so had ly mashed that U will bo necessary to
amputate it. He will probably live.
The bett and cheapest Car-Starter Is sold
bv the Bsr Inn t Sjllej'c CD , Chicigo , 111.
With it ono man can move a , loaded car.
Peculiar Accident.
Mis orni Vu.uv : , Ir. , May 10. ( Special
Tolcsrram to Tun Br.n. ] A peculiar accident
Involving a mau , timber ana circular saw , oc
curred at Mondamln today. William Maul ,
whllo sitting thirty feet from a saw in opera
tion , was struck by a timber thrown from it.
Ho bad three ribs broken and sustained in
ternal Injuries which are serious.
"That tired feeling" is entirely overcome
by Hood's Sarsaparilla , which gives a feeling
of buoyancy and strength to tlio whole system.
Murderer Sullivan Captured.
Sioux CUT , la. , May 10. [ Special Tele
gram to Tim UHE J Tim Sullivan , who mur
dered Martin Uoyd at Peoria , 111. , some weeks
ago , was arrested hero this evening. Police
man learned that a brother , Con Sullivan
lived hero nnd watched him. Tim Sullivan ,
when arrested , attempted to bluff , but finally
admitted his identity.
Small in size , eroat in results : DoWltt1
Little Early Risers. Best pill for Constlpa
lion , best for SIcK Headache , best for Sour
First-- NationalBank
: - : - Bank
I'nlil Up Canltnl , . . . . $100,000
Oldeil orxnnlietl bink In the cllr Korolini ami
ilmiiutUC eii'lmturo nnil lusal pcurltloi. lljpeulni
atlvatlon pulil tu oolluctluni. Acoiinti nf Injlviu-
uali tunk , lniU'r < anlcoricrutlufU | nulldloj Cor-
ru pomlumo InvlnM
( jio 1 * HANFOUO I'm litent.
A , W lUKKUAN , rnihlor
A T HICK , AntUtint Caililer.
ffl fluffertni tram
youthful erron
carlrdec T , waiting weakneta , Icxt imiuhool , He.
t will ten I a valuable trvatlui Ofalnlj contnlntnj
full particular ! for home cure , VHI-I. ct charita
A iplemlld medical work l ahuulu Iw read tr erer )
man who U nrnrntU anil UrhllUat'd. Adclrert
L'rof. V. V. 1'OWLIUI , .tloodm , Conn
IP \TMIO \ inn \ OPIIPUI ?
JUftAilUo HAD A oUIUIll ,
IcoxTixt'r.n moM rinsr
mvo believed lu tbcsa truths. It has boon
charged that I am here to off tbo third
> arty movement. Why , If your movement Is
io weak that ono small man can bond It off It
s not worth the name of a movement.
Chocrs.l I havo' been charged with failing
o load this movement. My friends , this
movement is too largo to bo led by any ona
nan , [ Ctieers.J No ono man can lend It or
stop It , " [ Wild applause.I Mr. Powdorly
vent on to warn the conference against
indue haste. No president coald bo elected
his year If It was tried. Speaking to the
Cunsas men , ho said they did not understand
ha situation In his part of the
country , where Ignorant foreigners were
> rought to the polls and voted by numbers ,
Cansas bad nn Intelligent constituency ,
'onnsylvauia required patient education and
ho success of the reform movement depended
( lion the education of the people "Tho
vnighUs of Labor will votp the principles of
heir organisation ana when you form a
larty embodying such principles as have been
muounccd hero tonight you will find every
Cult-lit of Labor .standing at the polls and
doing bis full duty. "
The meeting dispersed , cheering again and
again for Powdorly and the Knights of Labor.
) n Limb * 5 Years. He.lridilen ! l Ycurs.
and Medicine * IVlc's ,
IVnrcd Ampulii'lon.
Cured by Ciitl-ur.i nt Coit of $ 'J. 0.
XIMV Does HIT Oun Work.
A Wonderful Cure.
I mutt n rlli an I toll > ou of tlia SIIPC-C I Ili.iroliml
i mini ; tlic ( t I'HTUA UKMKIMt : * 1 lunl I'i'on
rnuliloil fur Hourly llvo > o.m nltli nkln dl t < ne In
liorlulit limb mill nil tlio ilootor * In thin rlty r < niM
i > nnlliliv fnrlu I trie I u\ortlittnr until nt ln l I
liouirhtlliould Imvi't" ln\o tlio llnih niiii | ttiti ii n'
Iiekuoo Itini Mvol'o ' I t' > twice tlio ifiltirnl tltv.
nil I could hiiroly hublilu roiiml on orntclio I wits
n tlioliou-c. tnrt nf tlio tlmo In-J-lililon for Iliroo
onr < * nnil rtiuiil tint 1:0 ! nut I Impponoil tn Umk In
lie now < | inHr | nnil miw the CI I'll t HA nilviTtl i -
nont. unit nn n In't n- url trkvl I ift > il t < i Iml-
I < M nf tli UKsol.VI Nl' nnil tliroo lm\e "f tlio
UTU I'llA I tun lion nlili > In ilo nil my nmk bnlh
i hiiii'onnilo it of ilo > ra nml inv llnili H UK nuliiriil
coulil pn * < llil ) oo unilcr miy i Irciinmt inoo Ills
uiu t nimilcrfiil euro I linil ulion up liopc of
vor boln/noil nunln. If tlili Hill lioiutit ) < > u. ) oii
ro wo'coinotd m > o U to tlio lust iiilriinliiup All )
no not croilll iutlil will Hud mo tijr ndiliejklln ; me
t the : il > o\o-umno < l ( It )
Cuticura Remedies
Are the greatest skill enios , blood purifiers ,
mil hiiincir remedies of nioilei M times. Cni-
fiu Kr.'oi.vrNT , the noiv lllood and Skin
'nrlfler. Internally ( to eleanse the blond of nil
inniirltlui unil poNonous cleiiients.and ) I'ni-
cum , the cri-at Pklu Cure , and ( irricriiA
OAP , an n\ < | til < dtu SUIn lleautllloi , cMuninllr
toolear the tUn and sealp , and restore the
lair ) , Instantly rcllovc and speedily euro
every species of Itehln , limnlnu' . sealy.
crusted , pimply , siTofnions. and lieredlttiry
ISeases and huinois of the kin. sealp anil
ilood. with loss of li.ilr from Infancy to ue.
rorn pimples toer ifiila.
Hold e\ cry w here. Price , CUTicrn * , Me : Hoi > ,
2.V ; KFMJI.VKNT. il. I'lepared by the | 'OTTIII :
t-ff'send for"IIo toCuroSUln Dlsin es"Cl
JUKI * * , T > i Illustrations , und lu ' testimonials
I'M'black hoid . red. roiiKh , chipped
and oily sk n ciued
II p. Kidney and I'terluo I'alns and
Weaknesses HII.IIVII : ; : > IN ONI : Ml.s-
t'Ti : by thn Ci rii L'IIA ANTI-PAIN
I'l.ASTtn , The llrst and only piiln-
killing plaster.
KIIADICATOHCures nil dlM-n ci o It kllli
the mlurobu or Kt'rni. 1'ut up anil rotalluj In t' ,
aud ) J sUf' . tlio Intlcr . ' 1-2 K'illuii sent nn-
wheru prep.dd on receipt ol prlco ore' . O I ) Wo
Unite iiKunrnntro to < uru. Tliu public , tuiilo nnil
1obber nuptilliMl bjr tlio Ijouitnuin Druu Co. . Mr1-
C'ormlck.V I.unit. Oiuulin. ( ° A Molchur. HuHiird
Myers nnd K. . I Sc > korn. outh Omah ; A.I ) Fos
ter unit .M 1 > . Kills , Council 11111111.
. ,
41HU1U * lni nil. llluj
bonttonnyimomlJre ty
: DOCTOR Thcie Cclibrntcd
' I'lllsaroal'osltltoCaroforSlcl. :
iaoKE 's 'niluolic , lIUi | > iiHitc s and !
Constipation. Smull , plcili * . !
I PURE ant nnd n ravorlto ttlth the !
ludlcn Sold In KnsUnJ for > > .
Ud.ln Ainorlcn for SSc. Out ;
llicir. from your Druezlitt , or ;
I PILLS tend to H. II. 1'OOUI.It A CO , ;
, < Glrit Itroijni ; , > r UrV. {
Of Council Bluffs.
DinECTOtn I. A , Mlllor , P. O. Olemion. E fi
Bhnis'art. I * E. Hart , J , U Edmundion. Uhirloi
II. Transaot u.uikliu bust *
nen. Largest capital and surplus ot auy
bankln Southwoatern Iowa.
Over O. I ! , Jaeqncmln Si Co. , Jewelry StorJ
OlTIcn , 415 Ilioadway , Council Illuffs , In
The Now Option llotul. In Council lllnlK IIUH
boon ciiiilutcly ( | ) rcruriiKliL'il ami iiioduinl/ci
tliroiiKliout , ntul Is nniinuof tliu liutt liotuls
In thu Htiitu U Is
louiitod In the liuslni'M jmrt
of the city and tlio ulcutrlo niutiirx p iss tin
diHir uvury four inlniitiM. 1'lro ( -seaiius niu
lire alarms thruu.'huiit the building. Sloan
hoat. lint and cold wiitcr mill hiiiishlno In
uvery room. Tulilu iinsiirpas ud anyulivro
Halts , r..DO a day.
QEO. M. WHITNEY. Manager ,
Council Bluffs , la.
This Elegantly Appointed Hotel
Is Now Opan.
Cragin & Co. , Proprietors.
Sims & S
federal courts. HDJIIIS . ! , 4 and 5
llcnu block , Council Illiiir.-t , la.
KI , rillinllPPAttorney . ; at Law , .Vo. 10
| | 0lrl ; Ntriidt , ever llmh.
null1 * Htoro. Tolopliono No. 8 VI. Hiislnoi
hours. H u. in. to U p. la. Council Illulls In.
Gas Heating Stoves.
Just the tlilnc for bath rooias , bed rooms , ota
Cull und dee our lur u asaoi tniuut.
C. B. Gas and Electric Light Co.
Ill rear ! and 210 Mulu BtrooU
Vanilla - " } Of porfoot purity.
Lemon -I
- of great strength.
Almond If Economy In tholrugo
Rose etc.yl Flavor ns dollcntoly
nnd dcllolously ns the fresh fruit.
" \ \ rANTIMTnouxpcrlt'iu'cdolothliK ) ! "tilca *
* ' moil ut oni'o. HotoronoiM riMiilrvcIi |
taroiiHClcitliliiK lluiiM' , Wl llroaihiay
kVANTril A tlrst olii-n Imokeonnr , lady
> ' pioforrod. Addles * look box u' > s IMiiu *
WANTKO-At onoo , olsht painters , brush
hand ! . . J. II. Urns , LMbouth Main. Umn-
II HlulTs.
\\rANTKI ) Uood clrl for ttcuoral house"
' work. SOO Iliiriiiony < ttrot < t.
"JilOU HUNT House of live room . J''l > 0 poi
-L niontli. Ono of se\en rooms , ! HkOO pui
nontli. K. 11 M.iyne. Ul'l ' llroaih\ay.
N ntuniie. . f mulshed looms to rent. ( > IO Uth
AY TANTrO To buy nony for vhlldn U'H mo.
Apply to Dr. Uaiicho'tt. Coiiiu-ll It nils ,
rANTiil : ( "oinpoti'iit ilrl for KOIIITII !
housruorlv at lU''l 1'lftli IIMMUII'
1/1O1 ! . \ , : - ( ) line fainllv hiu-f. smiahln
-L fur rldlliKoi ( IrhiiiK. Apply to s Clh
Vivct. _
1W Uorr of horses The Inrirost lot of oats
anil the thifbt In thn oil ) ; aho h iv mill
ooil iC , till kinds , ut s. ( iohlsteln & C'o a lr."J
\j.'st Ilrnadway ,
'foil Ii\T ! : Iliiin iii-nr court house. Apply
-1 II. W. - - - - -
- to Illlon , llr-
1I.AtUOVA YP and psyehometrle. ot ehar-
neter readings ; also diagnosis of disease.
Send lock of hair for readlims by letter f im-
laysaml uM'iiln.'s. Mrs. i ; , Hooper. 14" ' Avo-
inei : , neir corner l.'itli st. , Council II nils ,
Tetjns. MliaiulJUW. . ,
pOK HUNT Two iiewlv furnished rooms )
bath , hot and cold \vaterund steam heat
Grand hotel annex , second floor.
.K Tor Kent Wanted If you want
tolniy , si'll or rent anything In iho real
ostalo lln don't do It until you liuvn suuu our
ar 'o list of h irRaliu. SHUII , \ . Wnlkcr , No. ll'J
Main and 11.1 IV.irl streets Counull Idinl'H.
.71OK SAM ! or Trade A line iinpurlod
-L1 C'lydi'sdalo stallion Call on 1)I. I hi toll-
insmi i'o. . . ( > 17 llio'idway. _
SOMi : Uno rusldtin ! < property for rout by
Day , V 11 o-s , .111'tMirl stn-L't.
' . llotol luntrally located , dolnir
fooil luisliiL's'4. Or will uxL'han o for nuoa
farm Inustorn Iowa ,
Hotel lease , furn turo nnil lUturosj an A
No. lohiincoto stop Into ti jood payini ; busi
ness Koiisotm for t.elllii ! : , other business ro-
iliilrliiK all owner's atleiitlon.
HarKalns In rosldunco anil business prop *
erty. It. I' . Olllecr , real estate anil insurance
agent. No. 12 N. Mtiln st. . Council HIiitK
GAHUINH : S-oino choice garden land near
Council IllnlTH fors.ilo on easy teims nlso
vineyards and a larn'o list of Ion i f.irmy.
Johnston ft Van ratten.
T/lKU11'farm for sale or tnidot well located
-L und nil In bearing ; goo 1 house an I barn.
\YI1I take homo Kood elly property , ami gooci
t line clvui. on balance. Cull on or address l > .
J. lliitehlnson tt. Co. . til" Hroadway.
T71OK UKNT ThoTle MaiiotT iiiock7 .i story
J- brick , with basement and oluvator. J.V. .
Sipilre , JOI 1'o.irl street.
FOIt"dA.LB or Koat Qirilon land. wlttT
houiui. Or J. It. Itloo. Wl Main it. , OaunoU
Bluff *
'ilioonderriil New Process Vapor
We sell the only genulno Now Process
nnd the celebrated Quick Meal New Process
stoves , the bust mailo. Ono difference bo-
twccn the genuine and Imitations is that the
Imitations have a small necdlo-llko tube to
draw olT oil that Jon'tovaporato : the genulm
lias no such tllmflams. Wo have sold no.irly
ono hundred already this seison. : Lights
like gas ; abjolutcly safe ; uo smoke or soot ;
as simplens u cook stovo. 9eo us before
buying. A few line $ ; ir.00 gas ranges closing
out at $10.00 each.
The best over offered ; 20 per cent discount
ever last year's prices.
Ijau'ii MoworH.
Highest grade only $ U.OO. Screen wlro
doors , frames , etc. , etc.
Largest stock in tlio.vest. . The famous
Llttlo Olaut bov'swhe" ) , the Victor , billies u
grade , world's best wheel , both for ladles uud
gentlemen. COM : tc uoi.u ,
41 Main Street.
Mooiioiiilcal I
It Is Iho amount that people save , not fid
much Mhat they earn , that eventually makea
them rich. In buying u household necessity
llko a refrigerator It Is well to consider some
thing un > o than the first cost In determining
Its economy. The ( Jueriisey Household KnfrlK *
eratorlsiiH handsome IIH u plecu of parloi
furniture and costs less than any other lliMt-
elass article , und stands at the huid us an '
economl/orof Ice , glvliiK the lowest cold all
temperature. All tlio packing Is mineral
wool , the bust non-conductor of heal ami
inoUturu known. All parts can bo taken out
and cleaned. Investigate the ( inornboy
Household buforo Duylii- , ' .
Lawn Mowci'N.
The Now Quaker Oily Is In every respect tha
counterpart of the 1'nlhidolplita , and nnicli
eheiiner. I'rom $ J to i'Vo carry the Phila
delphia also and you can take your choice.
Screen DoorN
and window screens , the largest and finest In
the city , and all the latest noieltles In tha
hardware line , nt hllUQAKT > \ . CO.'H.
Nn. 11 Main fctteet , Council Illuir .
1861 I TOLD YOU SO. 1891
The .Towel Vapor Steve is the best
pononitlng steve in tlio market. The
Reliable Process is the leader in pro
cess stoves. The hot air tubes are con
nected by removable iron elbows , al
lowing easy access for cleaning jiur-
| ) c > < < eH. The vaporizer IH a perforated
brass cylinder hold in place by three
brass sprintr arms , and can bo lifted
out and cleaned. Our steve is the only
ono so provided. Wo have done away
entirely with tliQsub-llame. The llama
can be turned high or low. They are
point : like hot cakes. The soconu cap
load ordered.
luuu ut uui .
Buy the goiuiino Philadelphia Lawn
Mower. It was unexcelled 17 yoara ago ;
it in unrivalled now. These made 17
years ago were good , but these made
now nro very far in advance of thorn it )
every point of morlt.
Wo htivo a full line of hardwood re
frigerators at priced that will bell them.
Kly tlmo ( scorning. Ciotyour Boreona
up before the Ilica como and > ou will
o.scapo lots of annoyance. I Have the
lartrest and best line of door and win
dow bureons in the market.
P. C. Di'.Voi. .
501 Broadway , and No. 10 Main Stroet.
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