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THE OMAHA BEE.
OFFICE : NO. 12PKAHLSTUEET.
Delivered by Carrier in any part of the City.
II. W. TIL.TON - MA.NAGKK.
Business Onlcc , No.13. .
N'lpht Killtor. No. 23.
K. Y. 1' . Co.
Council Bluffs Lumber Co. , coal.
Craft's chattel loans , 204 Kapp blouK.
* . Jf you want v/utur In your ynra or hotno
rote Hlxby'c. ixri Merrlutn block.
Frnnk Carroll will have it hearing tomor
row morning In police court on the charge of
being nn inmate of n colored house of pros
Another case of diphtheria was reported at
thuofllcoof the city clerk. An in fun I child
of Christ Johnson , living nt 1007 South
Eighth street , wai the victim.
Marrlngo licenses WITO issued yesterday to
M. C. Broslus and Delia Morrison , both of
Omaha , and to William T. Heft of Council
HlufTs nnd Kittle A. Doyle of Neola.
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. J. Strelght of Plaits-
mouth. Nob. , Mr. and Mrs. Jackson of Me-
Cook , Nob. , nnd Mr. nnd Mrs , W. J. Mnnloy
of this city , spent Saturday at Manawa.
There will boa yatch ruco tomorrow after
noon ut Mnnnwn , between the "J. C. Bixby , "
owned by Plnttu Ovcrton , nnd the "Lottie , "
of Dr. V' T. Soybcrt. It will be for * 50 a
The poll tax collector states thnt ho ex
pects to start a number of suits against
delinquents within the nuxt few days. Ho
linn prosecuted six already , and more nro to
The young people's society of the Borcan
Baptist church will glvo nn entertainment
this evening. Supper will bo served from
OiBO to 8 o'clock , when a musical nnd literary
programme will bo rendered.
A night blooming curous was on exhibition
last evening nt the residence-of G. 11. Jones ,
7Uy My nster street. There were two hueh blos
soms bu the plant , whoso fragrance lllled tno
nir all nround. The attraction drew qulto a
Dennis K. Gleason of this city and Mrs. K.
N. Whlttlcsoy , who formerly lived hero ,
were married n day or two ago nt the resi
dence of friends of the briuo In Chicago.
They left for Seattle , Wush. , where they
A telephone message wns received yester
day morning nt the olllco of the city marshal ,
from Glenwood , asking that a watch bo kept
for a boy who had escaped from the asylum
for fccblo minded children at that place and
had started toward this city with a horse
The following hardware mon of Councl
Bluffs have agreed to close their stores nt 7
o'clock every evening during the warm
weather , excepting Saturdays and Mondays'
Cole & Cole , P. C. Uovol , Charles Swain , II.
F. Field , Oacll & , Peterson , It. D. Amy ,
Shuggnrt & _ bon.
Yora Pauline , the daughter of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Joseph Matlocli , died of cholera in-
* * 'fan turn last Saturday , aged four months nnd
eighteen days. The four-months-old son of
Gcorpo K. Hirtcs and wife died yesterday of
tbo same disease. The funerals of the two
children'will take place this afternoon at a
Mnrtha L. Clnybrook died yesterday after ,
noon at a o'clock ' at the residence of Mrs-
Sarah Key , on South Seventh street , where
she had been visiting for some time past.
She wns llfty years of age. The funeral ser-
> ! lcca will bo conducted this morning by Rev.
T. J. Mnckny , nnd the remains will bo taken
to Kearney , Mo. , for interment.
The Commercial Pilgrims of America
hnvo found It necessary to lit up an ofilco in
order to accommodate the swnrins of dele
gates that como In from outside towns to too
about Instituting lodges of the order. Thev
have secured a tlnely located room In the
Shugart Bcno block , overlooking Buyllss
park , nnd have furnished it neatly ,
The Bryson conspiracy case was continued
yesterday morning by agreement until next
Saturday morning at 10 o'c ork. The bail
bond was reduced again from ff > ( ! 0 to $100 by
agreement of the uV.ornoys for the prosecu
tion. A warrant has been issued in Justice
Hammer's court for Bryson on the charge of
making malicious threats , and in case ho suc
ceeds in gettlne bail it is probable ho wilt bo
rcnrrestcd on the new charge.
Judge Dcemer rendered decisions yester
day In district court in a number of cases
which were tried nt the last term of court ,
lit each of the cases Georco Munroo wns the
dclcndnnt , nnd the plaintiffs wern as follows :
A. Hospnburjr. Chicago lumber company , A.
C. Raymcr , Woolboy & Long , B. Ura.il' and
Wickhnm brothers. In each case the Judg
ment , was for the plaintiff. A decision wns
nlso given for the plaintiff In the case of
AVk'Khnm against Mi's. Sulllo Stlllinan.
t'wenty-six prisoners broke out of the city
jail last evening. They were all of the canine
Biiccicb nnd represented the results of two
days' work of the city dog catchers , It was
expected that a grand drowning bee would
take place yesterday morning under the
supervision of the marshal , but owing to the
dlsnppenrnnco of the intended victims it wns
decided to postpone the entertainment. Someone
ono succeeded In opening the door to the pen
where tlio dogs were kept , and in this way
tb'oy mndo their escape. It is supposed that
tl.o dog catchers themselves nro the guilty
ones , and it is darkly hinted that the snnfo
dogs will becoming back ouo by ono in the
next few days.
The funeral of Michael Glonson occurred
from the St. Kranels Xnvler's Catholls church
ycstcTdny morning at Oo'ciock , The services
included the full ritual of the church on sol
emn occasions nnd were very Impressive.
The attendance wns very large. Mr. Glca
son Wits ono of the older residents of the city ,
nnd during his many years horoho had won
the love and respect of all with whom ho
oamo Into contact. He was horn In Maim ,
Ttpporary county , Ireland , January 7 , 1&33 ,
and c'amo to America when ho wns fourteen
years of age. The droater part of his active
llfo was spent in railroad work. Ho helped
to build the ilrst Uock Island track west of
Chicago. In August , 1655. ho was united in
mnrrliigo to Miss Ellen Usiiils of LnSnllo ,
111. There worn ten children In the family
that grew up around them , llvo ot whom nro
dead. Ho wns a model father and husband ,
always having a kind word and a pleasant
smllu for his children.
PU'nlo nt Manhattan bench. Hound trip
tickets from Omaha including boat ride. GOc ,
on sale at news stands at Mlllard and Mur
All Aboard forColfUx.
For health nnd recreation seek the waters
and rest of Colfas Spring , lown. The Chi-
fl Ott Hock Island Is selling round trip
ncic&ts from Council Buffs and return for
J7.1X ) . A. T. Elwell , ticket agent. No. 10
Buy your furniture , carpets , stoves and
household goods of Mandol & Klein , Council
Bluffs. Prices very lowi frolirht prepaid to
1'IiitNO\.l t , 1M It.IG ll.t I'HN.
D. W. Archer has returned from n trip to
J. E. Cotisignoy and wlfo of Avoca nro at
Fremont Benjamin of Avoca was la the
Hov. R L. Hnydcn of Marno mndo a flyinir
trip to the Bluffs yesterday.
Mrs. John N. Baldwin mid children loft
Sunday night for Chicago.
John Shlokotanz leaves tomorrow for
Texas , where ho will spend the summer.
Prof. O , D. Hnkostrmv of Nebraska City
was In the city yesterday , the guest of the
Harry Jackson , who has been Union
Padllu ticket agent at Sioux City for some
months , hoi returned to this city to tuko
treatment for his oycs.
Ilaby wan tick , we gsre aet tora ! ,
When die wtui * , CliUd , she cried for CiutorU ,
Bh become UU , the clung to Ciutorlo ,
n the had CulVltMU , th gata thorn Ciutoria ,
NEWS FROM COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
Ohautauqna Vi-i ors Treated to a Very
Entertaining rebate ,
SHAKESPEARE'S ' PLAYS WERE USCUSSED ,
Donnelly nnd I'rof. 0. O.
Freeman Kn n e In nn Anlinntcil
Controversy Coiiccriiliij ; tlio
'I'ho debate between Ignatius Donnelly nnd
I'rof. J. U. Krcotnnn attracted n good crowd
to the ( Jhautauiim | nssoinbiy grounds yestur-
day afternoon. Ucnh speakers were In their
fU'htliiK trim , nnd tlio itcbuto was very inter-
e.sting. Most of thi ) nudlenco hud been born
nnil brought up In the belief that Shakes *
poftt-o had written Hamlet , Macbeth nnd the
othur plays which nro eoininnnly attributed
to tilm , and they wcro accordingly slightly
dlspojed to resent nny trilling with their
early belief. It must bo admitted , however ,
thai when Mr. Donnelly had ilnlshed his
first speech , that tno nudlenco hiid como to
the conclusion that perhaps ho was right.
The main ground upon which Shakespeare's
ripht to the credit for Having written the
plays was his Illiteracy. The character of
Shakespeare , the strolling actor , the pi-elll-
gate man of the world , nnd the too often
victim of the town whipping post , was
thoroughly tllsctmcd , and the idea of sucli n
man writing nlnvs which liuvo stood alone In
the history of lingllsh literature as master
pieces of style , was ridiculed.
When Air. Donnelly's forty minutes were
up , ho was called to time by n tap of the
bell , and Prof. Freeman was given tlio door ,
tlo took the ground that the Shakespeare
plays were written by tin illiterate man , and
ho quoted many passsages from them which
ho claimed showed that If JJiicun had been
wielding the pen they would uavo been very
Each speaker was also given fifteen min
utes In which to answer his opponent. At
the close of two hours n truce was called
until this afternoon at 2 o'clock , when the
clubnto will be reopened. This morning Mr.
Donnelly will make an address on the
"Funnels' Alliance Movement. " Tills eve
ning President Hopkins of the Firat Omaha
National bank will address the audlenco on
the silver question. Music will be furnished
by Miss licrtba Buyllss and I. M. Treynor ,
and Prof. Uyronv. . King will deliver a
number of recitations.
Prof. Case left for the cast last evening.
The Chicago , Itock Inland ami Pacific
Will run trains to the Chautauqua grounds
July 12 to 21 , Inclusive , as follows :
Leave Council Bluffs : (5:10 ( : a. m. , 7:50 : n.
in. , 10:02 : a. in. , 10:1)0 : ) u. m. , liO : ; p. in. , 4:0(1 : ( p.
m. , HiUT p. m. , 7IU : ! p. in ,
Leave Chautauqua : 0:40 : a. m. , S:20 : a. m. ,
8:55 : a. in. , 11 : .iO n. in. , 2:20 : p. m. , 5:33 : p. sn. ,
li:15p. m. , 10:15 p. m.
City Council Proceedings *
The council mot last evening with the
mayor and a full board of aldermen present.
M. A. Moore was allowed Sl,4i7..So ) and
$ ' . (4.00 ( for special grading , in full settlement
of the city's account with him.
Tlio cotnmittoo on streets and alleys re
ported on a petition from property owners
near the corner of Twenty-first avenue and
Ninth street asking for sidewalks. In their
report they stated that they hunted in vain
for anybody in that part , of the city who had
signed the petition , and recommended that It
be not granted. The report was adopted.
Tlio petition for the extension of the paving ,
curbing and sewerage on Lincoln avenue
Petition for the grading of Avenue E was
The plat of Mynster's Upper Broadway
addition was adopted.
The petition of Peter Thall for lichts on
Ninth street nnd Eighth nvciiuo , and Twelfth
street and Eighth avenue was granted.
Petition of U. J. Hutchison for lights at
the corner of Tenth avenue and High street
After u long nnd monotonous round of pav
ing nnd grading resolutions nn ordinance ,
suddenly flashed into view , prohibiting
the disturbance of the peace in certain places.
In effect the ordinance was as follows :
"It shall bo unlawful for nny proprietor ,
owner , or any ono having charge of any store ,
hotel , tavern , or other place of business , to
allow any snoutlnc1 , profanity or obscenity
in his establishment , or any" unlawful tran
sactions , or to nllow any ono to loiter around
it lu idleness. Any one violating this ordl-
nanco shall bo subject to a flno of not less
than $ . " > nor more than $100. "
This was plainly intended as n blow nt
several popular resorts where hilarhy has
occussloiiully been on tap of late ,
and it created something of n
stir. Pace thought the city had law enough
already if it were enforced , but the twentieth
rule was suspended and the ordinance ) was
Attention was called to the vast r mount of
men and labor it took to do a very little
work on the streets , and on motion tno street
supervisor wcs authorised to appoint a fore
man for every gang of men , whoso duty it
should bo to give the lazy ones a "jacking
up" whenever they might need It.
The petition of property owners for the
paving of Frank street , Morning Sloe
avenue and Elm street with brica was
Drs. Stewart nnd Patty , veterinary sur
geons ; 45 Fourth street , Council Bluffs' , In.
Drs. Wood bury , dentists , 30 Pearl street ,
next to Grand hotel. Telephone 143. High
grade work a specialty.
Gasollno and oil ; CODS , \voou nnd coal
prompt delivery. L. G. Kuotts , 27 Main
Will llullu a Motor Line ,
There was a mooting of the Chautnuqua
executive committee yesterday morning in
the ofllco of Mayno & Hazclton. The com
mittee was fully represented and the utmost
enthusiasm apparently prevailed. Most of
the discussion was on the subject of a motor
line and the members of the committco had
evidently como to the sumo conclusion that
the general public came to como time ago ,
viz : That the only way to make the assembly
a success is to have some bettor way
of getting to the ground has yet
been devised. After the innttor
had been fully discussed it was decided
unanimously to build n motor line between
tnii city nnd tbo nssoinbiy grounds. An ef
fort will bo made to induce some company to
take the matter In hand , uut if this falls'th
committco itself will take up the worko
With this end in view tl\u members themselves - ,
solves wuro asked for subscriptions , nnd
before the meeting adjourned $0,000 had been
A committco was then appointed , consist-
hie of F. H. Hill nnd 11. P. O. Glcason , to
circulate a subscription list among the citi
zens , and the work of raising subscriptions
will bo commenced In earnest lu a few days.
Try Duquotto & Co.'s Pomona fruitcough
tabluts. Tnov are delicious.
Hotel Gordon , moat centrally located first-
class house in city ; straight $ . u day , ,
DmiKlitci'H ol' VoteriinH.
Miss Lllllo 13. Davis has returned from
Iveokuk , whcro she went to attend tlio an
nual meeting of the lown state department
Daughters of Veterans , as delegate from
Mrs , Phil Sheridan tent , No. 8 , of this city.
While there she succeeded m having Council
Bluffs selected as the place for the holding of
the next btuto encampment of the Daughters
of Veterans , a thing which" the members of
the camp , as well as the citizens in funeral ,
will bo glad to hoar. Miss Davis was also
elected senior vice prcaldcut of the state de
partment , Miss llalllo Spern , president of
tno Mrs. Phil Sheridan tent , is another
Council Bluffs young lady who was honored
at the same convention. She was elected
secretary of the Iowa state department , and
was chosen delegate from the Iowa depart *
meiit to attend the national convention to bo
held at MaJbUon , O. , a week from today.
Uuiitpeil lu the Oltuli.
City Auditor J , C. LSIIRO and wlfo teen a
trip to Mannwa lost Sunday night , That Is ,
they started for that place , but on tbo way
they met with nn accident that disgusted
them with summer reports on general prin
ciples , A young son ol Mr. Lnr.g was driv
ing. Ho attempted to drive around a bad
place In the road and in so doing ho struck a
worse place In the cutter. There proved to
bo a sleep place at the sldo of the road nnd
the buggy went In u sidling fashion down
thU , shilling at the bottom upside down.
Ono of the roar wheels was broken and the
whole fiiinllv dumped out In a heap In the
ditch. They were all considerably bruised ,
but wcro not otherwise hurt. The only dam
age that was done was the breaking of Mr.
Lango's buggy wheel nnd the loss of Mr.
Lange's temper. _
In police court yesterday morning U , O.
Uank was brought up for n trial on the
charge of threatening to kill Charles Noonan
for making love to his wife. He was dis
Adolph Antonio , charged with hitting Al
Lovl's Jaw with n huge lump of coal , was
nlso discharged , as Lovl , on iniuuro delibera
tion , decided that ho was unable to say
whether It was Antonio or some one else that
did the hitting.
F. L. Speck wns charged with beating n
board bill when ho was arrested , but the
charge was afterward changed to that of
larceny , as it was claimed that ho had
taken n comb , brush nnd towel from
L. Sherwootl's boarding house near the
Broadway Methodist church. Ho was
found guilty and sentenced to spend seven
dnys in the county jail. Speck went to Dr
Plnney's house Saturday night , snying ho
had boon sent there by Bert , whom ho spoke
of very familiarly , for n suit of clothes. Ho
was regarded with some suspicion , and his
request was not granted. It was found
later that he had r.dded lying to his other
accomplishments. Ho is thought to bo some
thing of a coulldonco man in an amateurish
S. J. Smith , the phonograph man who was
nrrostcd for giving n street exhibition with
out a license , wns discharged upon his
agreeing to talto out n license.
Pnddo Hunt was trlvcn seven days In jail
Drs. Stewart & Patty , veterinary sur
geons , 45 Fourth street , Council Bluffs la.
Swanson music company , 335 Broadway.
Don't wenr a heavy , ill-fitting suit when
you can got elegant summer suits nnd eastern
prices at Heller's the tailor , 310 Broadway.
And tlio Vllllan Still Pursued Her.
Chnrles Jones , a young negro who has
achieved a largo sized local reputation as a
politician , was arrested yesterday morning
on an Information filed in Justice Swcar-
tngcn's court , charging him with kidnapping.
The Information was tiled by Birdie Allen , a
mulatto who has been living with him for
some time past. She took a notion last Sat
urday night shnt she would leave Jones and
go to Ked Ouk , where she had a situation
more to h > r. liking. She laid all her
plans to go , but at the last moment Jones
grabbed thaplcanninny nnd made for the
door. She sought tbo assistance of Justice
Swcnrinpcn , anil while she was in his ofllcc
Jones came in with the child. Swcariniron
advised him to give up the child to its
mother , which he did. The woman then
started for the depot in a hack. As she
alighted from the hack Jones sprang out of n
dark corner nnd seizing the baby out of her
amis ran off with it acain. She decided not
to go at once , but to stop nnd prosoctito her
dusky lover. Jones will have a hearing Ibis
morning at9 o'clock.
Pianos , organs , C. B. Music Co.,530 B'way.
O. Younkcrman & Co , , feed and commis
sion , 10S Broadway , Council Bluffs. Tel. 77.
Mrs. It.V. Itnin.
Isabella E. , wife of Robert F. Rain , died
yesterday noon of congestion of the brain
alter a year's illness. She was born in Glas
gow , Scotland , September 23 , 1845 , and came
to this city with her parents in 1851. In 1S01
she was married to her husband , who still
survives her. She leaves six children lo
mourn her loss. She also leaves two sister ? ,
Mrs , S. G. Underwood and Mrs , A. Gullbert ,
and thrco brothers , J. H. McPherson of this
city , Kobert McPherson of Huiclcr , Neb. ,
and Adam MoPhorson of Central City , Nob.
The announcement of tbo funeral will be
made later. "
SOUTH OMAHA'S COUNC1U.
Much Business of Interest Iookca
After ut a Special Sousion.
The South Omaha council mot In adiourned
sesssion last evening. Mayor Sloano pre
sided nnd Councilinen Rowley , Wood ,
Daugherty , Haley , Bowloy , O'Uourko , Con-
ley and Wallers were In their scats.
The ilconso committee recommended that
licenses bo granted to the following persons
to sell liquors : Thomas Rock , Bruno Strnth-
mann , Fred Bolelt , Daniel Raffcrty , Anton
Kostal , Joseph Kuijtz , Lsmberg & Hager-
down , T. E. "Langmore , and Charless Durr.
The application of Thomas Healy was laid
over until the next meeting and licenses were
ordered issued to the remainder of the appli
Ordinance No. 295 was introduced and
passed providing for the levy tff a tax for
general purposes. ' The levy is as follows :
General fund , 10 'mills ; interest fund , 10
mills ; police fund , 5 mills ; flro nnd wnter
fund , U mills ; judgment , 3 mills ; totnl , 31
Ordinance No. 200. ordering n sidewalk laid
on the south side of O strcel from Twenty-
second to Twenty-third street , was acted.
A protest against the established grade on
North Twenty-third street was referred to
the street committee.
A petition | from property owners asking
that the grade on Twenty-first street , from
G to K stvcots , bo changed wns referred to
tbo street committoo.
John Holick asked to bo appointed to the
flro department. His application was referred
to the mayor.
The city engineer made approximate esti
mates of tlio following : For storm water
sewer on N , from Twentieth to Twenty-fourth
street. $ .1,700. For paving Missouri avenue
from Thirteenth to Twentieth street , Twen
tieth street , from Missouri avenue lo Lstreut
nnd L street from Twentieth to Twenty-
fourth street , with brick , property 14,211
square yards , $15f > 7'.t.80. Intersections 5,43 $
square yards , fl,7SS.40. ) Total , 10,04 ! ) square
yards , J , iiS.0. : ! For paving N streetwith
brick from Twentieth to Twenty-fourth
streets , property 4,720 yards , $ $ ,4W. Inter
sections , a07 ' square yards , S4,0O.GO. , Total ,
0lb7 ! square yards , * 12,57ti.OO.
W. Burncss sent in a communication that
ho had completed the flro house nt Thirty-
first and R streets and aKcd that the coun
cil accent the samo. The committee on pub
lic buildings will Investigate. )
A communication from the G. H. Hammond
mend packing company was read giving per
mission for the erection of a stairway to the
O strout viaduct by packing house employes.
The council instructed the city engineer and
committco op streets to oversee the work.
The mayor approved or the bonds of J. R.
Ragan , grading ; Cash Brothers , grading ,
nnd L. B. Stanley , sewer construction.
The question of who the now team be
longed lo which has been furnishing excite
ment for the llro boys In breaking in , wns'
brought up and Chief Smith stated that they
were presented by the Cudahy packing com
pany. Rowley moved that "a committee of
three tie appointed to drive the team over to
Mr. Cudahy nnd sno if ho ho thlnus it will defer
for u tire loam. " Tbo motion prevailed , and
Rowley , Bowloy and Wallers were ap
A motion by Haley to create a paving dis
trict of Missouri avenue from Thirteenth to
Twentieth street , Twentieth street to L
strcol , and L slreot to Twenty-fourth street ,
was defeated ,
Daugheriy from the committee to Investi
gate the advisability of accepting the plans
for the frame city hall which were presented
by Councilman Walters , reported adversely
nnd submitted plans and specifications
drawn by Architect Ballou for u two-story
brick structure. The matter was referred to
the committee of the wholo.
On motion of Walters the council wont
Into executive session ut 0:55 : anil remained
until 11:05 : o'clock.
The council then went into committee of
tbo whole. On motion a coinmltleo wtts
appointed to look up iho question of dispos
ing of district paving bonds.
On motion of Daugherty a committco of
three wns appointed to receive propositions
for the erection ol a city hall , the plans
submitted by Architect IJullou being
accented , Councllrnen Wood , Duughorty
and Haley uro the committco.
Tbo board of equalization made Its report
and tbo sumo was accepted ,
Haley moved that the South Omaha
Tribune bo declared the ouMclut'y'apor tot- the
ensuing year. The UiscusslorvivbrouRht out
thn fact that tbo letting of > tlio contract , In
that way would bo Illegal , ixevdlds must be
advertised for. The motion ivn lost ,
O'Uourko moved that tbd'Ivonimlttce on
printing ndvertlso for bids. ' i
A motion prevailed that tWt'rmuicIl ' sit as n
board of equalization July 28 n'ml 20 for the
purpose of equalizing the nssessmenti upon
the property In paving distrl6l"No. 4 ,
A grading district was created of Twenti
eth street from Q to Armour all-cut.
An adjournment wai taUcu until next
Monday evening. > , ;
A tallow cnndlo may light np ns much hap
piness as a lamp of gold.
Bridesmaids' HoWcr bonnets nro simply
crownless toques of flowers.
It wns , pernaps , of the ostrich plume thnt
the expression "In high feather" was first
An odd bonnet Is of two largo black wiugii
studded with turquoise , black tilgreUo and
turquoise velvet ,
Grnvs , Instead of being on the decline ,
grow in-favor with tbo advance of thoseasou.
White Is also popular.
The forehanded woman buys her sealskins
now. The restricted seal catch will certainly
have the effect of boosting prices.
The garters of Phlladelohla cost ? I)0,003 ( ) n
year , n sum suniclont to support 00 fumlllo.i
of tlvo persons each for a whole year.
The style of dross decoration which re
quires a braid up the back nnd over oneh
shoulder gives a girl the effect of wearing
A fashion wrltor who Is bold enough to
predict next winter's fashions says the short
jacket will continue to bold the dead cinch on
Accordion plaltlngs seem likely to bo fash-
lonablo again , for the very latest style of costume -
tumo Is that mndo entirely lu accordion plaits
of very line woolen.
First-mourning dresses for wldo'vs mnV bo
entirely of crape , if tbo wearer desires.
Mostlodios. however , prefer a dross of very
Ho You told mo before wo were married
that you could llvo on lovo. and now you
touch mo for a $ it ) bonnet. She Yes , dear ;
but it is a love of a bonnet.
Collars continue to grow In height. , In
the back they often roach to within an Inch
of the crown of the hat , leaving barely space
for the Phsycho knot to poop forta.
Silver as n handle for umbrella ? and para
sols is declining somewhat In favor. In Its
place tboro is the dainty Dresden china ,
which can bo obtained in all tints.
A pretty costume for seaside wear is a
vieux-bluo woolen stuff , with an open bodlco
nnd basque edged with black vclvot ribbon.
The slcovcs were of black spotted tullo.
The new gloves In suede kid , of the tint
called Egyptian pink , are very fashionably
worn with carriage and evening toilets. The
shade is much like the color of nu ovor-ripo
Wtuto China silk Is a favorite material for
these summer afternoon carriage dresses , and
with them go all the the dainty white accessories
series that could possibly bo combined in anyone
The very sheer woollens and wash sillts
for blouses for the house , for traveling , and
for tennis have fancy stripes doitod with
contrasting color or narrow irregular stripes
forming broad oi\oi.
The newest brocades have largo conven
tional patterns of scrolls and foliage , zig-zair
and curved stripes , interlaced cables and ribbons
bens , and largo designs ol fan palms with n
The costliest drosso In the world nro worn
by Iho women of Sumatoa. 'They are made
of pure gold und silvnr. After the metal is
mined and .smelted it is formed into ilno
wire , which is woven into cloth , and after
wards made into a dress.
Some of the prettiest dresses worn at church
during the warm days are of sheer homespun
or light cheviot in mixed colors , or narrow
stripes invisibly blending in a soft harmony
of shades. The bodlco mnyi bo of the shot
taffeta silK , fnillo or satin suruh.
A bridesmaid's pin that Is In favor is a
long , slender cold band , oil which are sot
in diamonds the figures-of the year when the
marriage took place , 18U1. wrought out in
small rose diamonds forming a very brilliant
ornament , that can bo used for a hucklo at
the waist as well as for the throat pin.
A ravishing "robo do null" tuat went to
make up the trousseau of one ot our Juno
brides was made of soft mullo. The yoke
was shirred , making a frill at the neck , a
wiae hem around the bottom of the gown nnd
wide hems to finish the Hawing bell-shaped
Ono of the curious sights at summer hotels
and seaside cuttagcs it the bedroom windows
in which whlto canvas and kid slippers are
hung to dry. Those shoes being reckoned
among fashon's whims at the moment , they
absorb no small amount of time nnd attention
in being kept cloan.
A novel bathing dross is made of coarse
meshed laco. The material Is the same as
that used for canopies , , draperies , and the
HXo. Several thicknesses of lace are placed
together , the result being an opaqua material
through which Water passes with perfect
ease and which does not become heavy when
Shirt , fronts are multiplying , and are made
of iisher's not , polka-dotted silks , bright red
surah , plain or dotted with black or white ;
also on dressy toilets they nro made of satin-
striped chlflon , ilowor-pdntod silk muslin ,
crepe do china and English crape in tints of
damaslc rose , sea-shell pink , Persian lilac ,
sulphur and chartreuse green.
The smartest ball dross soon this season is
an old rose chiffon , made with skirt of danc
ing length and n hodico of vclvot exactly the
color of thp lighter material ; about the skirt ,
in rows arranged to represent stiff bows and
ends , is feather trimming of the rose shade
carefully applioued on ; the necit is outlined
with pink feathers , a pink feather algrotto is
worn in the hair , a pink feather fan is car
ried , and the long undressed kid gloves are
The most pictucesquo sleov'O of today , and
yet the ono which seems to have found the
fewest number of admirers m this countryis
the perfect Valois alcove. Sarah Bernhardt
appreciates its beauty ; so does Lnngtry. It
is slightly full on thosbouldcrs.th'jugh raised
a very little ; shanos In at the elbow ; tits the
arm quito closely , butouslb1 ; comes down in
a point over the band , the end of the point
being usually Just where the dimples aro.
There are worn this season among the
younger mom bars of Now York's 400 omo
exceedingly pretty India muslins In silky ,
openwork designs , und of the soft , neutral
gray of undyed linen. The textiles are
striped In innuro. yellow- tan , clel blue , and
rose color. They are made up over surah
and trimmed with wide ecru embroideries ,
the trimmings usually including a Swiss
girdle , rounding Spanish Jacket and deep
cuff.When the yountr womanfgpcs to the seashore -
shore she will tauo off tho.tailor bat and replace -
place it with n middy's peaked cap of striped
blue and whlto. And for gloves she will wear
wash-leather guantlcts or whlto Tyrol outing
gloves , An anchor u 111 fastpn the neck of
her gown and n broad canvas : strap will con
fine the slender outline of' ' her waist. The
yellow parasol will bo laidMendurly away for
later use nnd the dagger hi ( the buck hair will
bo replaced by four little mido comb ? , war
ranted to hold the Psycho i. knot In pluco
through the vicissitudes of- rushing winds
and dampening spray , .it'
At Helena. Mont. , llghtrifhg shattered n
loaded Winchester rifle stHlidtng In u house ,
but not a cartridge was exploded.
Belfast. Mo. , has a iuiinuo chum to no
toriety. The Ago says Jth t not n single
hand-organ man has vlsltod , the city this
A Michigan grocer has a mouse thnt
catches flics. Ho keeps it in his show win
dow , where It does butter work than a squuro
yard of fly paper.
Twelve oranges , which grew on a twig six
inches long lu George Stone's grove , near Do
Land , Flu. , completely filled a peek measure
ana weighed thirty-five pounds.
Swarms of big files swooped down on East-
port , Mo. , iho other afternoon , making Ufa
there miserable for the time they remained.
Whorolhoy came from U u mystery.
A very curious coincidence happened at
Kawandn Falls , Pa. , on trie Fourth , Five
men , all strangers , met , and on Mag Intro
duced each was found to be John A. Llbson.
An iron last was made at Spencc , Baggs it
Co.'s foundry at Martin's Ferry for John
Farnhouso of Charlotte , N. 0. The lust was
201.1 inches long and 7' ; Inches wide. The
colored preacher who own the but foot is U
feet 10 Inches high and weighs 410 pounds.
A citizen of Chestnut Ridge , Pa. , owns a
tame crow Ihat.U remarkably Intelligent.
Last summer ho spill the bird's tongue nnd
taught him to talk. The crow delights In
calling the cows , nnd will laugh Immodor- (
ntely when ho succeeds lit fooling the dog and
The oldest frcnk In Connecticut this season
's ' a double-headed duckling belonging to n
resident of the Connecticut river village of
Essex , that lua old duck hatched on Sunday
morning. Tile young duck Is ono of n largo
brood nnd quite as halo and frisky ns the rest
of the young ones , The heads are united nt
the base of the liillo duck's neck. Ho can oat
twlco as fast ns tlin other ducklings nnd can
"look two ways for Sunday" or nny other
A strange metamorphosis In the heavens
was visible nt Wassntuonotn , O. , the other
evening. An Immense cylinder cloud , over
looking from west to enst nnd traveling with
great rapidity , piUi'od over the town in the
same direction. It wns black and gray In
color and as It revolved Its colors changed.
What It was no ono seems to know , but It
attracted lituuln ilslntotho siroeta nnd house
tops , who watched It until it disappeared in
the western heaven *
.Mine oil Flro.
Mich. , July 20. Flro broke
out in No. 5 shaft of the Great Republic iron
mines In this county nt 1 o'c'ocit tula morn
ing. The surfnco lire wns extinguished ,
but not before it had communi
cated to the timbering of No. 5 nnd 0 shafts ,
which nro now burning fiercely. The llro Is
spreading underground. Part of No. 5 shaft
hanging wall has already caved In and the
direct nnd indirect loss will bo great. The
night men escaped by another shaft. The
Republic employs nearly 1,000 men.
Police .Vo < ; i.
George Harper the noted harness thief is
once inoro behind the bars. An oftlcor
found Hnrpor ( touting around out on Cumlng
street with n bridle , lines and lap robe and
sent him down to a cell for safe keeping.
Pat Ford , jr. , was sentenced lo thirty
ti ays in thn county Jail yesterday afternoon
for ciUting A. L. Siowart in a saloon tight
last Friday night.
CriiHlied to a Jelly.
BIU.MINOIIAM , Ala. , July'JO. At Plnetucky ,
n Clobnrno county gold mine , today T. R-
Blnko , bos , and thrco minors wore caught
by the caving in of n shaft. They wore
burled under n mass of stone nnd dirt for an
hour before being rescued. Tom Roundtreo
was crushed to n jelly and two other minors
wcro terribly bruised. Blake escaped un
Ordered to Prosecute TruntN.
ST. Louis , July 20. United States Attor
ney Reynolds is in receipt of a letter from
Attorney General Miller instructing him to
vigorously prosecute all trusts located In the
state of Missouri in conformity with the
anti-trust low passed by the last congress.
They Foiiplit Over a Sawmill.
LOUISVII.LI : , Ivy. , July 20. Near Camp-
bellsvlllo yesterday. Jack Fisher mortally
wounded John Kirtloy. They had n dispute
over a sawmill and Kirtloy attacked Fisher
with a knife , whereupon Fisher shot him.
Fisher surrendered himself.
American Lonii and Trust Debts.
NeivYoKK , July 20. The report of the
receiver of the American loan and trust
company shows that there nro claims nggre- |
gating $700,40S.IS on which ho has money to '
pay n 35 per cent dividend. The unsecured
claims swell the debts to a total of fc.Y'93,512.
Endymion Diminjr-d in Mid-Ocean.
New YOUKJuly S20. The steamer Endymion ,
which sailed for this port from Barrow , Eng. ,
on Juuo 27 , was spoken on July 14 by the
White Star steamer Taurus in mid-ocean.
The Endymion then had her crank broken
nnd she wns laying to for repairs. An offer
of assistance by the Taurus'was declined.
Architect Itall'N Appointment.
CIIICAOO , July 20. Architect M. E. Bell ,
superintendent of construction of the govern
ment building , has received an appointment
from Secretary Foster placing him in charge
of the construction of the federal world's
fair exhibit building.
Captured After a I. OUR rhnse.
WASHINGTON- , July 20. Lorin B. Loomis.
at one time a member of a large land claim
in Chicago , was captured today after a chase
of 10,000 miles for the embezzlement of
538,000 of the firm's money some months ago.
lom Pedro III.
P.nis , July 20. Dom Pedro , ox-emporor of
Brazil , Is very ill at Vichy. Ho recently
met with an accident , sustaining nn injury to
ono of his feet , which was followed by
Nc < * otintliii for flight ol'IVay.
BAI.TI.MOHE , Md. , July 20. The Baltimore
& Ohio railroad company is negotlaling for
right of way into Chicago by which the com
pany can run its irains direct to the exposition
PniRBlan Governor * ) Appointed.
BIKMX : , JUly 20.Tho Cologne Gazotlo an
nounces that Herr Von Gessle has been ap
pointed governor of West Prussia and Count
Von Stoborger Wernigrodo governor of East
n Growing AVonkcr.
LONDON , July 20. Spurgeon passed a rest
ess night , and this morning has again grown
El'jln I'littcr Market.
EI.OIN , III. , July 20. Butter firm ; sales ,
30,000 pounds at 17 cents.
Holensed From Custody.
Niw : YOIIK , July 20. William McNear , a
Boston seaman , recently of Iho yacht Volun
teer , was released from the United Stales
MS EUPULOTJJ IMITATORS
hivvo sought to profit by the
high reputation of Joliiuin Holt's
Mnlt Kxtruet. Bownroof them.
[ Look for the signature of i
Jolmnn IIolT" on the neck of ,
every bottlo. Eisner & Mon-
Sf $ ilolsori Co. , 6 Burul.iy Streets ,
Now York , agonts.
warship Ohlenjjo.'nftcr a week's conllnciucnt
on the charge nf being n di'sertor from the
United Stntos nnvy. Ho wns ml Ulcntlllcd
on nny of the war vessels from which ho wns
supposed to have deserted while Iho Mjund *
ron was In Boston recently ana when re
leased started for Host-in , when ) ho was ar
rested nnd whore ho savn ho will bring null
for wrongful arrest and detention.
Boston Transcript : Buss Thnt wns n
most retnnrknblo tiling that liiujponuil to
Cnss Wlmt was Hint ?
Hiss : Why , ho was as gray ns a badger -
gor , you Unow , nnil sooltig the advortlso-
inont of sotuo hair restorer or other , ho
bought a bottle , and In n month's time
ho hadn't a gray hnlr In his head.
Cuss You don't moan It. Lloninrknhio
Buss No , sir , not a gray hntr in his
head. Uo wns perfectly bald.
SALT RHEUM ,
nnd every kindred diseneo arising
from iuiptiro blood successful ! } ' treated by
that never-falling and best of nil tonics and
Books on Hlood nnd Skin
Printed tcbtlmoulnls sent on
Tno Swift Specific Co , ,
FOHSAIjB An Improved 20 uoro garden ,
W.tvO : Rood ( 'union nnil fruit land. SH'i pur
ncro ; ' 00 ncre farm near the city at n bin tmr-
iriiln If tiikon at oiicii. Call nnd , ? ot partlcu-
Inrs. Johnston & VunPatlon , Council ItlnlT.s ,
\\7ANTKIV-A cnachmnn by Pr. W. II.
' Hnnuhntt , K.1 I'lno street , Omaha. Kef-
FOK SALE MX bond of horses , throe mnlns.
wiiuons. harness , plows nnd hcrUpora. Hla
fmrznln to tr.ilek purchaser. Inqulru ut Kiel's
hotel , I'oiincll HiulTs.
/ * > UM wanted 113 Cllon Avenuo.
V\7 ANTED In private family , a nlculy fur-
TT nlshed room for slirtlo gentleman. Must
bo fnoln ; or no ir llavllss park. Address I' .
U. bov 4'i2 , Council HlulTs.
TJ1OH HUNT A nlco G-room house with
- * - largo vard to dcslrabln party free of
charge. JV. . pqiilro , 01 t'oarl street.
\\7ANTRn-airI nt boardlnsj hotisp , 5.1
IT Savunth avenue. Council I
HOKSKilmt can bonl Sift , line bred. Will
mil or trade. Address or call on I ) .
Itrown , 1 2 : went llroul\viy. : : Council lllnll's.
I'OIl SALE A flno niece of Burden and
fruit land , at $ . " > 0 pur acre. John.stcm At Vun-
CLiAlItVOYANTund syuhoinolrlc , or char-
acU'r roaclliiRs : ulscrtlliiKiiosls of disease ,
neiul look of hilr : for ruiullncs by letter. Sun-
Says and evenings. Mrs. E. Hooper. 1122 A ve
il no 13 , near corner 13th btrvot , Council ItlnllH ,
Terms , 5)o ) and * ; . ( ) ) .
MAdNTl'MCENT ' aero uroporty In llve-npro
tracts , located 'JVJ miles from poituflluo.
for snln on reasonable tunns Koine line rusl-
clenco property for runt bv Oay.t lluss.
FOIO.VtiE nr HanV 3irdoa land , with
houaet. ot J. It lUao. Wl .Mala U. . OouaaU
the effects ol
early decay , wnMluK weakness , lost nmnliood , etc.
I will send n valuable treottue ( waled ) contalnlnj
full particulars for home cure , FUUli or chanto
Aprilcnilld medical work | should be read by even
man who Is nfrvotn ftnrt debilitated. Adarcrt
t'rof. F. C. FOWLER. OToodUB. Couil
SANDAI-WOOD CAI > SUIUS nro the
b Jt nnd only cupnulus piuicrlhud bv
j-p iiiur phy lclani for the euro of
Gonorrhrc.i nnd dUcharue-f from thu urinary or ana
Inherited or acquired , 11.50 per bux. All clruuk'lsta
CITIZENS STATE BAffi
Or Council Bluffe.
CAPITAL STOCK 8150,000 ,
SURPLUS AND PROFITS 70.000
TOTAL CAPITAL AND SURPLUS. . . . 225.000
DliiECTOiiu I. A. . Mlllor , F. O. QlBason , E. U
BhUKart. B. E. Hart. J. U. Edmundsoti , Unarloi
1C. Iliuman. Tr.imaot tener.il Uankltu bmi-
ness Lar.-ost caplt.il and surpliu et any
banlcln Buuthwoitorn Iowa
INTtiRESroN TIM DEMOS'T >
Gas Heating Stores.
No ASHES ! No SMOKE.
Just the thins for bath rooms , lied rnorns , oti
Call and hue our lar o ussui-tmmit.
C. B. Gas nnd Elootrla Light Co.
Sit 1'uarl HH.I ' . ' 10 Main Street.
Centrally located in the business
portion of Council Bluffs , all the
street cat * lines In the city passing
the doot' . Modern and conven
ient ; thoroughly fire proof ; 12O
guest chambers. The best $2 a
day house in the west.
Board and room from $3O per
month up. Table board $3 per
week. G. M. WHITNEY , Mgr.
Lake Manawa Hotel ,
Attraction * ) : I'lno Flahlnz. floating , Bath- *
Inp and Kxcelleut Mineral Wntor.
Only Illtcon mliiuto * rlilo from Con neil
11 In IT s. Motor trains every half hour , dlrcot
to center.of Council ItlttlTi and Umalm ,
Most di'llg htful and accosslblu uluoo for
TELEPHONE NO. 45.
Di'.M. H. CHAMBERS
Eye , Ear , Nose and Throat
.Council niulTs , In ,
Slit.rnrt-Hcno ( H'lc.
llooni 1. 1) ) lo 12 m
7 nnd 8 p. in.
27 MAIN STUEET.
Over O. D. Jiicnuomln & Co. , Jewelry Sto
FirstNational : - : - Bank
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
1'nld Up Cnutdil , . . . . $100,003
UUIait orrf.inlzctl b.ink In the cltr. Korean nnj
tlomcUic uu'liunxu nnd local auoiirltld * . IJuucli
nUfiitlim pn''l lu iMllocllont , .VuOJIilUof Intuit
uuli. iMinki , b.tnkiirtundojrpdr.itluiiA JOlljitJt. Jo.
GKO. t1. bANKOltlt. I'ro ltont
A. W. IU 1C KM AN , Cashlar
A. T. IUU1S , Aa'Ut- Cnshlor
Council Bluffs , In.
This Eleguntly Appointed Hotel
is Now Open.
George T. Phelps , Manager
RR1LWRY TIME GflRD
Lea TIM IClllUACJO. lliniMNUTU.V A O..I Arrives
Omaha. J Depot IQtli anil Ma.on St * . . | Ouinlin.
4. : > o P ni . ( . 'hlcaito Voitllmlo. H.OO n m
VM a in MM a m
I'-iM ' p m . ( lilcngo . ti.y > p m
( t.f-0 p ill . Chlc.vjo & luwii Ldcnl 8.15 n m
J.onvos | IIUUl.lNliTON , t MO. IllVICIt. i Arrives
Oinulin. I Depot lUtli nnd MM-oil Sti. i Onuilm
! i.W : n ' | . . . . > n4 City liny KxiinHi. . . . ! S.65 p m
D.I5 P m 11C. C. Night I'ixp. vl U. 1' . Train. I li.45 am
J.CIITC.I L'NION 1'AOlKia I Arrive * . !
O in aim. Depot lOlh nnd M.ircr 8U. I Omaha.
10.10 * : n .Kaniiu Ultr rtrprosi ( ot Sun. ) . 4.35 p m
0.13 a in Denver Kxpresi 4.00 ! > m
2.03 ) ) ui Ovorlnnil Myur 0.05 p m
4.3) p m . . ( iraml Islam ! Hip. ( o * . Sun ) . . 11.5 a m
7.JJ p in . .t'iidtlo Kxprosi a.110 p m
Leave * CTlICAlH ) . Mil A ST. I'AUli. ' Arrive
Jiii.ihj U. , iluput , nil I Miro.1:1 , I Omaha
C..M p m ; TciilciiKO Kxurcsi I .6U TO
' .1.15 amj , < .hlcax Kxprcsi I 11.10 m
lA'IUOl t CIlll'AIJO. U. 1. & I'ACIHO. I Arnvoi
Omahn. I U. 1' . tlupot. IQtli nnil Mnrey rit . I Oinulia.
Tii'.lTp iii T.N'Inht Hi prom ! ! i.W"t. m
I'.l.'i in Atlantic Kxproii U..U p nl
Vostllmlo J.lmlleil M0.65 a m
SIOUX ClTV.t I'AUIKIU Arrives
Omaha. Depot 10ti ! and Murcy SU Omnlm.
7.15 a nil .Sioux City Passenger . 10.20 p m
b.11.1 p in I f t. I'aul Kxpreis . I0.5J a lit
Leivai I SlOtX ; U1T\-A 1'AUII'1U. I Arrlroi
nrtlia. I IJupot l.'itli antl WolHtar Sti. | Omaha ,
4 Mpml _ _ _ . _ . . , . . .St. I'aul Limited I I'.ij ' n m
io-iv67TTfUCAliO X NOIITIIWKSTKIIN. I Arrival
Oiiiah.i. I J. I * , ilupot , 10th anilMiiroy Stt , I Omaha.
liUIIVO . O\t VU.V fc SI' . LOaid A rri TO
Onnilm.lU , 1' . depot , 10th ant Mirer St * . O in aha
l.l/J p ml SI , lnil.i ( .nniKin Hall | l'ii ; p m
Leave F. . 1C. * MO. VAU.KY.
Onuilm. Depot 15th and Wouilor St * . Omaha.
1.CUVO1 u. . ST. r. , M. &o. Arrives
Omaha. Depot 15th and Webster Htn. Omahn.
. . . . . , MlSdOUItl 1'ALIFIU. Arrival
Oni'iU.i. ' I Depot 15th inul V.'uhitcT Stt. I Omaha
lO.'M n in . . . . . loiil.4 iV K. O. Kxprnsa. . . H.U ! ) a m.
IU10 p . . . . . LuulB \ K. U. IQxpruiH. . . S.gQ p in.
l.cnvui I K. ( * . , ST. JOK A C. II , I Arrives.
Transfer ! Union Depot , Council IllunX ITranafcr
10.0,1 a in.KnliMH | ( 'Ity Day I5xpre-u , . . . . | 6.43 p m
10,15 p iii.Kanaa | * . City NlKht Kiprum. , . | U.'JJ a m
icavei titiOAio ; ( , u. i. .v rAuiKit ; . Arrive o
Tinnfor Union Diliint , Council MlilIH. Transfer
C.KI : p m ) NUlit KxpniHK. . . .
U.o.i a m All.in tlo ICxprai * . . . ,
6.UO p m | Vlittlliiilo Ijlniltprt.
T cimiT I ' . "HTSTlO < i NOIU'lTWiiCd I'l'JHN.
Trnni r | tJnliiu l > uiit | , Council Dluir * .
ll.V ) a'm . Chlcnzo
'j. ( l p m .Vontlliulu I.lmltol.
, O.UO p m .ICmtorn Kljor. . .
H.w p m .Athiiitlc .Mull
C..7J p m luwa Accommodation ( Sat. only )
O.MA1IA , VriT. 1.1'UIS. '
Tran roi | Unliin liaput , Council mult .
4T4U pTaj'.rr..9t.'r. < iiil < Caiion'Uail. . . " p m
" " " " "
I.ottvoi It fflOAfiO , HUllf.rN"A""yUlN'V" ' ) Arrival
Trnn f irl Union Depot , Council HIiilN , Triunfer
ti.10 m 77.'lilcaKO Kziro.iii | il.lW p m
10.00 p in Chlciun Kxpn 9 40 a m
JMJJ p in Lronlun 1/uoiil IS a m
Leaven I SIOUX CITY A 1'ACIKII ) .
Trarmurl Union Do.ot , Co inisll ISIilT.
7.45 a ill , . . Sioux City Accommodation. . .
Utf p m | . St. I'aul )2xuro9 ) . . . . .
STIlKNCJTIl-CltACK-Haiip'ly united In the
bulmllu Kund Wii on , In the pruionuu ot
thonsaiuls of mlm.rurs , All Stron.'tli ami
Trno llnico. At hoiuu with Wulr-Shuf.ut
ufu-r.liuiL' 1st ,
Kpr the result of tilts hajipy union loolt ut this exquisitely bo.'iutlfii now novolty. the lW\l \ , Oraooful , Strong
With either grained hody nnd cear or onrmlnoKoar nnil hliiok hotly , solid panel undortho so.it loutliur orcl Hh fancy trimming , j
Hprlii s with heavy uui'vcs the whole ovurcoiniiiguhiolutely tnu KrcUtohJuctlon to road Wiia'oin thulr heavy anil alniimyupiuarant'0. | and unit *
lnur struiutli , beauty nnd gnico.
Hend for for catalogue and clusorlptlon of the Nuw Hlco Celled Sprlii't Carriage , "Tho Driiiiinicr's Trlund , " und other now and * taking novel
tics. WoKiiurunti'u nutter vuluea than any other house In the west ,
WEIR SHUGART CO. . , Council Bluffs , la
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