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6 THE SUNDAY , BTJE ; SEPTEMBER 10 , Ifffifl.
THE SUNDAY BEE COUNCIL" BLUFFS , SUNDAY MOUNIN'G. SKIT. 10. OFFICE , NO. 12 , PEARL STREET. DellTircd by cnrricr In nny part of the city at twenty edits per week. 11. W. TII.TON , Malinger , TKMII'HONES : ncKtN-rFS OrriCK , No. 13. NIUIIT EDITOR No. 23. MIXOIt 3IKNTIO.N. New York Plumbing Co. Now fsill Roods at Holler's. Cooper & Meiic ! sell stoves. | Cliolinit bells nt Crockwdl's. Klrklnnd , | owolcr , No. IJM Hroailway. Heststovus , lowest price. * , nt Mamlel's. Dr.V \ 11. Sliemulcii , iltmltsl , 27 Alain street , William Iyrr was last night am-stcd for bclnir iirunk. Judge Loofbourow's court adjourned nt Atliitulo yesterday. ROno do7.en cabinets and a large panel for $2.00 at Schmidt' * gallery. Tim new order of Oriental Knights arc meeting with many accessions. Yesterday noon the thermometer regis tered only 07 degrees ubuvn mo. Will buy , or trade , or sell furniture or stoves on payments. A. . ) , Maudul. Now goods arriving daily at W. W. Chapman's art store , No. 105 and 10 < Alain. Abe Lincoln 1'ost. ( J. A. II. have made nrrangementH' for the purchase of live nlckcMiinarc drums. It is not intended to allow the Salvation Army or anyone else to parade the streets with music on Sunday. Tlio county coroner case was submitted to Judge Connor yesterday , but ho has not rendered any decision as yet. The transactions in real estate yester day were more heavy than usual. The amount involved was nearly $1,800. All ovcning meetings at the dillVront churches will now begin at 7:89 : o'clock instead of 8 o'clock , as heretofore. Mrs. Mitchell , the artistic milliner with II. Friedman , leaves to-day for the east to look up the latest styles in millinery. Henry Frank and Johanna Uchi'iisee ' , also Peter Noilson and Anna 1'aulson , nil of this city , were licensed to wed yes terday. Airs. J. F. Dillon will sing in the Enjs- copal church this morning a solo. "Tho Extolatiou from the Oratorio of Eli , " by Michael Costa. The grocery firm of Parks & Plainer has been dissolved. C. D. Plainer will retire from the business , which will here after bo conducted by Mr. Parks. Willie Stevens has "been sent bank to his father al Davenport by Mr. J. Mc- Clmloek , the freight agent for that road , on which his father is an old engineer. There has been a laruo demand for "chestnut" bells and the supply very lim ited , until now Iho supply is great enough for every man , woman and child lo havn a "gong. " For Iho bonclit of Ihoso who neglected to register last week , unit wish lo vote the boards will sit in their respective wards again forgone day only on Wednesday , September 20. A very enjoyable party of litllo folks was held yesterday afternoon at the res idence of Mi : Holiiigor on Washington nvnnno. The parly was in honor of his little daughter Annie. Justice llendrickij had but one case be fore him yesterday , arid that was a civil case. Henry Frank and Johanna ISelien- BCO appeared before him , and at then- own request wore duly married. The old settlers hold a meeting last evening in. the council chamber to make arrangements to attend the old sctllers' reunion at Macedonia on Tuesday n'ixt. A committee was appointed lo make fur ther arrangements and procure a band of music. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Whitolicad have the sympathy of n largo circle of friends in tnoir bereavement by the loss of their little twins. Ouu died a few days ago , and yesterday the other litllo one closed its eyes in death. Mr. White-head was away from homo at Lincoln , but was telegraphed for. It is reported while Frank Guanclla , the city marshal , was in Cedar llapids attending the convention of marshals and police , that ho joined the Salvation Army. Now that ho has returned he de nies it. Ho says lie marched with it for awhile , but he thought it was a depu tation from the convention sent to the train to meet him and escort him to the hall with music , but that ho discerned uis mistake before ho had been long in the hall. The boys all joked him about it. Attend the speck' . ! bargain sale during this week at atEISKMAN'S PKOFLE'S STORE. Largest assortment , lowest prices and best bargains in stoves at A. J. MandcPs. R. L. Williams took in the state fair at Lincoln and sold a car load of roofing elate and contracted for two more. Hats regardless of cost. Closing out hat stock of F. E. Stubbs , comprising Kuox's. Stetson's and other line brands , E. 15. Williams , No. 500 Uroailway. Kisotniui's cloak department is the largest and best stocked cloak room Avcat. Everybody can bo suited and fitted nt the most popular prices. Do mire and BOO It. Opera house harbor shop and bath rooms. Everything first class E. M. Marvin. The Daughter Won. Judge Connor yesterday rendered a decision In the case of the estate of John Denny , deceased. About ton years ago Dcni y married u second wifo. She lived with him about six weeks and then left him and went out to Colorado. Denny was sick for years before ho died , mid his daughter , Mary Ann , now Mrs. Staple- ton , took entire caru of him. Ho had de posited In his name In the First National bank in this city , fU.yoo. Ho gave his daughter the certificate of deposit some time before his death. After his death bis wife caiuo back uud claimed her third of the estate. The cfibrt was made to prove that the deposit belonged to Iho estate and not to the daughter indivhlu. idly. The court ordered tno bank to pay the money over 10 the daughter. Flick- InRcr llros. were the successful attorneys. Silks , velvets and plushes In endless rariety at Eisoman's People's store. 13 Cabinet Photographs $3. Quality the finest. Shcrradmi , U17 Uroadwup. Tno next best tiling to a Richmond fur- unco Is a Radiant Homo base-burner. Bold by Cooper & McUco. See the elegant novelty dross goods at Eitcrnan's People's store. Garland cook stoves are the best made. bet ono of Cooper aud McUco , No such line of clothing was eyor shown by any house west , as there is now to bo seen nt Eisoman's boys' cloth ing department. Richmond ranges for hard coal al Cooper fi MuGco's. Tur * pAtTTpnTfrv tint i n i HT < THE CONTESTED WILL CASE , A Decision Rendered in Favor of James & Haverstock. COURT CONSIDERS SMITH SANE. Bolillcrs' Pension ? Police Court PiocecdliiK1' Snlccts ) | nt the Churcli Services To-Day Minor Mention. At tlio Police Court. Yesterday morning , Iko OHer , ns ho gave his name , was brought before Squire Frainev. sitting as judge. IIo was charged with being drunk , and Ihu ollleer who arrested him said he was so drunk that he could not tell what his mime was. ku did not talk much , and what ho did say was in very poor English. Ho was axed $7.50. 3'1'ini Kelley was arraigned for being a suspicions character. Ho plead not guilty , and said ho ought to know about .hat as well as anybody. Ho was not a Micpicious character. Ho was nut SUH- licious of anybody , and never had bt'iMi ; IIH character was to bo too confiding , if inything. His honor explained that the nature of the charge was evidently mis- iimlcr&tood. That the police suspected dm of being a bad man. He s.iid he could not plead lo I hut charge , thu police man would have to plead to thai. Ho did not know it was any crime to ho sus pected by a policeman. Ho was evidently jolng to make a few general remaks on the subject of police- olliccrs , but ho was warned by iho uyo and voice of1 the court. Ho then stated that he had only just reached the city , aud had not been hero long enough to oven lind a boarding place. He was discharged , but warned not to do so again. Charks Doyle , his partner , was charged in addition with beingavacranl , and with carrying concealed wcanpns. Ho said ho supposed a man had a right lo carry a revolver , if ho was traveling around. The court diilbred with him , and lined him $5 for the. dill'ero.nco. Andy Davy was charged with having been drunk and fighting. The charge WAS easily proved , and ho was fined foi it. MJko Kelley and E. U. Daggart , who were arrested Thursday for tapping MuNulty's till , were brought tip from the county jail lor trial. They protested their innocence , and were going to sub- pa-mi a force of men from Wiekliam's brick yard to testily. IJut McNulty and the men finally setlled it by the men > aying the costs and refunding to Me- S'ulty the amount he claimed to have lost , about si.\ dollars.i i . "Eveniwl and Knlnlla. " As a general rule literature is ono of the last products of a-new country ; until the wilderness and the prairie are subju gated , the people have little time to de vote lo sustained original composition such as is necessary to produce history or novels. Iowa has been no exception in this rcsucct among oilier western slales ; but there have been rece.ntly cer tain indications which seem to point'to the beginning of a new era. A story en titled "Evorard and Eulalia" has been written by Mr. Edward Wright , of this city , which is in all tlio essentials of a novel far ahead of any other story writ- tea and published in this state. While this is not an Iowa novel in the sense of dealing with local scones , yet its nut lor is and lor several years has been an Iowa boy , whose homo is noiv in Council lilull's , and the work.is largely inllucnccd by his experiences hero. The story was first published as a serial by the Herald , of this ciiy , but now that it has boon issued by tlio same ofiico in a neatly bound volume , it will have many readers. It is heartily commended to the story reading public , and that em braces nearly every ono who can read at all , with the assurance that it will find an absorbing plot and a novel and original ono as well , which is more rare , well worked out. After following the varied fortunes of Eulalia and her sister , Lolia , May , the reader is gratified to find the story ends Iho BIE : will not tell how it does end you can learn that feu yourself by purchasing n copy from Inislmcll or CrockwellT As but a very limited number of copies were printed , those will bo fortunate who secure n copy at once , The binding was done by Morehouse & Co. , of this city , and it is a credit to any establishment. Soldiers' PcmsloiiH. Those who take the trouble to look over the figures given in the BEE of yes tcrday showing thu amount of money paid to the old soldiois in Iowa and Nebraska each month for pensions , will GOO that it is not the most populous count ies by any means'that receive the largest sums. The county of Dubuque only receives coives each month $1,000.97' , Scott county receives only $1,850.50 ; while Wappollo county , with a population only about half as largo as that of cither of the first named , receives C4.15J.75. Leo county receives tlio largest amount paid to any county in the state , f 1,807.08. Douglas county , Nob. , which includes the city ot Omaha , with a population two and a half times larger than that of Wan- pcllo county in this state , receives only $2.883.75. These figures prove conclusively the material which composed the grandest army the world over saw. It proves that it was not recruited from the scum of the populous cities , us is sometimes charged by tlioso who would detract from its glory , but from the homos and firesides of tlio American people , and that when thu cruel , bitter task was accomplished , buck to these homes and firesides returned thu bravo men who had periled life in the defense of the Hag. The same figures also show Hint the average amount paid to pensioners is less than $10 a month per man. Not a voy largo sum surely , when it is taken Into consideration that very many are almost totally incapable of self-support. Tlio Imtust. Mis. F. II. Stewart , No. 841 , Broadway , ( successor lo Parisian Mllinory Co , ) , has just received a now stock of fall goods , comprising all the latest novelties and most desirable styles in millinery. With Miss Weitz , of Chicago , and Mrs. hauler wassor , us assistants , wo have overj' US' surnnra that for tusto , elegance and style , wo shall merit the continued cus tom and confidence of the public. A Card for tlio Public. David Bradley & Co , , of this city , have mailed to the BEE ofiico a lithographed card showing a view of the locality In Chicago made famous by the throwing ol bombs into the ran Us of the police. The card also contains the portraits of the conspirators who were convicted ol mur der for their participation in the terrible crime. The Will Case. The long contested case of the relatives of Jacob Smith against James & Haver- stock , legatees , has been decided by Judge Connor in favor of James & Ha vcrstock. The old man willed to James & liaverstock all his property , real am personal , amounting in all to about S7OCO , in consideration of their caring for him ana supplying all his needs while 10 lived. A sister , two hnlf-brothors and R half-sister contested the will , on the : round of Insanity. The judge decided hat Smith was sane , and that ho had a right lo leave his property to whom ho vonlil. That ho had not left any to his natural heirs because ho thought they had icglcctcd and ill-treated him. James & lavcrstock naturally feel clalcd. Flick- ngor Bros. , their attorneys , : ire also well ) lea. cd , as Ihn light has been a long and veil fought one. It will now bo appealed. Special sale in blankets , comforts , llan- icls and house-keeping goods this week at EISKMAN'S PEOPLE'S STOKE. Broadway M. 13 , Ohuroli. Rev. W. T. .Smith , presiding older of ho Council Hlull's district , will occupy ho pulpit of the Methodist church this nor'niug. Tlio evening services will he conducted b J the pastor. Commencing with this evening the evening son-ices will begin at 7ti : ! ) o'clock. Young poo- ilo's meeting al 0 : < to p. in. Salvation Army. The Salvation Army will hold sun-joes n Dohauy's old open1 house this evening. All are invited. Scandinavian Hnptlst Church. Rov. C. Jensen will preach morning iii'l ' ovonhur in thu Scandinavian Baptist lin rollcorner Seven III street and Seventh ivcnuo. All aitj cordially invited. linttcr-ltay Saints. Rov. J. F. McDowell will discourse at Saint's church to-morrow at 10:110 : a.m. ind 7oO : p. m. Interesting topics will bo discussed. Friends invited. Congregational < Imrch. services lo-isay , morning ami evening. Pro aching by Iho pastor. Subject in the Horning , "borviug God Under P rotcst. " Evening , "Intercession. " Eveni * ijfVjiiiiiuf * 4ikvi.iiiriii < lllli SL i vices will begin al 7UO. ; A cordial Invitation - tation is extended. St. Pntil'H Clint-ell. Services to-day at 11 a. m. and 7:30 : p. .n. Sunday school at 0 : 0 in the morn- ng. In Iho evening an address to young icoplo will bo delivered. Subject , "The Wind of Destiny. " At the Pnvlllon. The trustees having decided lhal it is best to put away tlio pavilion for the winter , the closing service in it for this season will bo held to-day at 4 p. m. short addresses will bo delivered by llovs. Bates , Cooluy , Croltj and Mo- Lreary. ! The secretary will give an ex- liibit of tlio work of Hie association this season. Como and bring your Gospel Hymns with you. Baptist Church. ' Subject for Ihc morning at the Baptist church : "The Praying Christ. " For evening : "Our Judgment of Others.1 All evening church services will begin at 7BO : p. m. . Salvation Army. At Dohaiiv's old opera house this Suu- diy at ! 5 and 8 o'clock. Everybody wel come. City Council. The city council met lasl evening. There was a lull attendance ; excepting Alder man Duuforth. They spent considerable time in sol- lling with Iho paving contractors , after which the following named persons were selected as registrars for the state elec tion : VIHST AVAIID. First Precinct E. B. Gardner , repub lican ; Ed. Wickham , democrat. Second Precinct 11. T. Bryant , repub lican ; 11. Shoemaker , democrat , . SECOND WAIIIJ. First Precinct A. S. dough , republi can ; A. T. Wliittlcsev , democrat. Second Precinct W. C. Umhank , re publican ; G. Graves , dem ocrat. Tlllllll WAHl ) . First Precinct George F. Smith , rcnub- lican ; P. Lacy , democrat. Second Precinct L. E. Bridcnstein , re publican ; P. Gunnoude , democrat. I'OUUTH WAKU. First Precinct C. B. Waitc , republican ; A. L. Kotilc , democrat. Second Precinct Al. DC Grout , repub lican ; J. M. Shea , democrat. Third Precinct John Skinklc , republi can ; T. L. Smith , democrat. Sco the great bargains in hosiery offered this week at Eisoman's People's store. Personal Paragraphs. W. F. Linvillo la in oil'tlio road. Mrs. II. Wilson has returned from Florida. C. S. Sheldon , of Owalbuna , Minn. , is at the Ogdon. W. D. Connor and wife , of Auburndalo , Wis. , are at the Ogdcn. S. Caldwell , of Ayoca , was r. guest at the Pacific yesterday. T. J. Savage , of Boone , was in the city yesterday. Ho put up at the Pacific. John Wallace , of Harlati , was among those who visited the Ulnfl's yesterday. Mr. J R. Williams will leave town for a visit to his children in Seward county , Nob. Nob.Miss Miss Ncttio Kincaid is now in the employ of Mr. ; .J. Goldberg's Bankrupt slorc. J , E. Skadan , of Malvorn , was in town yesterday and slopped at the Pacific house. E. A. Becker is in the city visiting over Sunday. Ho will return to Dakota to morrow , Hon. J. Lyman hns returned from Avoca , where ho has been attending court all Iho week. Jacob Sims has been out of town nearly iall week atlcndlng court at Avoca. lie s back again now. Goo. W. Adams , of Walnut , did not en joy the drizzle yesterday , but ho enjoyed iiis dinner at tlio Pacific house. Mrs. Mitchell , the artistic milliner with 11. Friedman , leaves to-day for the east to look up the latest styles in milli nery. J. T. Oliver , the popular merchant tailor , returned from Chicago yesterday. Mow look out for a lot of now goods of the latest styles. Chief Matthews , who has boon attend ing Iho first convention of the marshals and chiefs of police at Cedar Kapids , has returned to watch the interests of the city. J.M. Brown , No. 404 Damon street , is the happy father of a bright little girl. He. is us pfoud of the fact as a man nat urally In the first time he tolls of il , Tlioso cigars were good ones. Mrs. Flaglcr , accompanied by Miss Van Dorln one of the teachers in the in stitution for the deaf and dumb , wont over to Omaha yesterday for a visit to Mr ? . Hammond , formerly of this place , Hats regardless of cost. Closing out hat stock of F. E. Hlubbs , comprising Knox's , SteUous and other line brands. E. B. Williams , No. 500 Broadway , Eiscniun's peoples' store will bo thu at traction this WCCK in the way of bargains to commence the full campaign in mer chandise. Everybody ehould call and see them. The Lewiston ( Mo. ) Journal tells of a pretty girl at Bar Harbor whose dress at a recent hop attracted much attention , and well it might. Ono-half of the waist was high , with long , closely fitting sleeve and high military collar. Thu other half , beginning at exactly thy middle of the bosom aud back , was remarkably low , and the only FIgu of slcov'o was a narrow shoulder ttrap. BARGAINS IN Curtain Goods , Etc. New Stock , Fresh G-oods , Low Prices. Don't Forget the Place , HABKNESS BROTHERS , No. 4O1 Broadway , - Council Bluffs , Iowa , Voters For five days the boards of registry Imvo been slump ; in each ward of thu city. Last night IhnhookH were closed anil Iho result is given below. There were regis tered in the First ward 3ST Second ward fif > 8 Third ward 410 Fourth waul 075 Total , ' .3,010 The total is nearly 1,000 less than voted at Iho election las fu41 , and not half as many as the votes cast at thu court house election. IN THE FAR NORTH. Scenes Around llammorfost , the Xor- Uicrnmo.sJ Town In thuvorltl. . Norway Letter ; u St. Louis Globe Dem ocrat : It was still a gray and cheerless morning a few hours later hen wo came into llaninierfest llarbor , and saw this "northernmost town in the world , " stretching a line of bare gray and white houses along the shore , at the foot of desolate gray hills of broken rock , where not a spear of grass nourished. Every thing about liainmerfcst is superlative , and near this "northernmost town in the world" are the ' 'northernmost birch woods in the world. " Tno church , the postollice. the hotel , and the'chrio shops all have the same antique fame , aud there is also a telegraph ollicc.t Dare aud for bidding as the hills are around llaminer- fcst , the turf roofs of maiiy of thu houses are grown over with tall grasses , with which grow daisies and blue bolls and buttercups. The houtcH that line one sHe of the street facing the in evitable yellow warehouses are models of cleanliness. without and within , and the urcienci of blooming geraniums , Iall calh& , anil other house plants tell that the northernmost citizens in world have the same tastes and traits as other people. In thu church at the head of the street a collin. was lying uifder : i wealth of llowcrs that made the place fragrant. Women are busy decorating the bare interior of the church with wreaths of evergreens ami strms of black drapery , and to show their kindliness and interest to the visitors they made motions to them and the men began to take oil' the cover of the collin to show them the dead man within. The hotel Woropolen stands on a little open square in which a fountain scudsnp an icy jot basin , ami in the raw air of a cloudy morning in latitude 70 degrees , 41 minutes north , the music of that drip ping fountain made one's teeth chatter unit his blood run cold. Dreary as Ham- mcrfesC seems on a summer morning without sunshine to enliven its bare out lines , one Rhudders to think of it closed in Iho endless night of winter. All the shops had a small department of curios attached where Laplanders' caps , dolls , sledges and cradles , knives with walrus- pelts were heaped up on counters and in windows. After the ilshing there Yas the bom bardment of the Svaerholtklubhcn , or "bird-rock , " to help wliilo away the after noon in order that wo misrlit reach the north cane in time fora midnight ascent. Wo had been fishing in the Magro sound , which separates the island from which the north capo projects from the main land of Kuropo , and the Svaerholt lay at the eastern entrance away beyond that linal point. As we Mtmmod toward the Svacrholt.it appeared only n very abrupt , precipitous clilV rising Homo ono thou sand two hundred fc.ct straight 4tip from the water , but when wo drew nearer and the ship was fairly under it the whole clill' seemed to be dotted with points in mo tion. Ono bang from the cannon sent thousands of sea gulls whirling franti cally in the air. and they swept along Ihc face of the clill' in clouds. Their piping fairly drowned any echoes after the lirst crash of the cannon-shot , and succeeding shots kept the birds whirling and crying in the air. While the big birds were sweeping about on the wing , the face of the clill' was all a llutter with little birds unable lo lake Highland many a lledgling tries its wings for the lirst time on these semi-weekly bombardments troin the tourist steamers in midsummer. The ladders of the egg-hunters could bo seen here and there on Iho face of thu clill' , and around Iho corner of the clill'lived the lundliandler , who derives a good In come from the sale of gull's eggs. As wo climbed upward our steamer dwindled and Boomedto , lin directly un der us , alloat on waler so still and green ns lo see.11 more like glass Within 100 feet of the top of the dill'wo , went into the cloud , and when wo reached the bare , wind'swopt plait } at the summit we could not sco twenty feet away. Wo walked on for a mile over a luvel ex panse of stony ground covpred with moss and reindeer lichens , , follp\ying a path marked out by stakes andjwircs. At last a chasm opened bof9ro .us ; wo looked clown a great crevlco set with ragged needles of rock and then wont on to a mountain of a single shaft of granite that marks the brow and furthest point of the North cape and commemorates the visit of King Oscar II , the 'Jd of , July , 18711. It was 11 : ! iO when wo reached Iho brow of the capo , and if nil Juul'.gont . well wo should huvo sat there bathed in the light of tlio midnight sun , and perhaps fell all those grand and Eiiblimo things thai Carlyle , Uayard Taylor , Longfellow , Du Cimillti and oven "Sunset" Cox have ul- tcrcd concerning Iho spectacle , As it was. wo could not oven quote thorn. Wo were a bund of irreverent , everyday people ple , breathless , weary , dronclied , and only inclined to make Iho best of our dls. appointment. At the base of King Oscar's column n shrewd employe of Iho company had sot up a table with u snowy cloth , and from } t ho sold champagne and the beverages of all nations to the cloud-soaked pilgrims. While the young Americans "shinned" up the smooth granite column to its top and there gave Ihrce cheers and a tiger for our mighty eagle , the Urllishers below were drinking lo iho health of Iho qui-on and every ouo also in loni ; winded spcccuuii. When the ( } . A. II. veterans , who lately raided the state westward of Iho Sierras , were at Los Angeles , an odd thing came about. Thny saw John Hrown'o two sous , Owen and Jason , sitting with their families in a wagon. Thereupon the soldier boys unhitched the horses and drew the wagon up Iho street to the tune , "John Hrown's body lies a-nioulderiug In the grave , but his soul goes marching on. " A citi7.cn of Clayton. ( Ja. , lost ,1 valua ble dog , and suspected that lie had fallen into a deserted mining shaft. He could neither see nor hear anything of him at the bottom of the sixty-foot hole , but when ho let down a piece of meat on a string something "bit" as greedily as a Saranac trout. Then a miner went down , and sure enough Iho dog was there , ami after being drawn up was found to bo unhurt. When Uio Prince of Wales attended the theatre at Hombiirgdunng his recent , visit the price of scata near his was doubled. . Now up speaks the surly Saturday Hevicw , of London , avowing that , our yachts here in America are "mere racing machinef" which shows that sour grapes still grow in England. MURDER ! ! Diphtheria Is nffnln miiklm ? Its nnnunl vljltn- tlon. Ten yours' trial nt Oil. T1IOS. .1 lUWIiftlS' KK.MKDY lor tluit fntnl ini'liiily hits ilomun- Glrutod the fiict that It Is Inliilllblo us u iiruvent- Ivo unil ourci. If you permit your chllUrnnto dlo with illiihtlu-rla , "Their tilood lie upon your licnd. " Kor sulo only nt tlio ollico , No. S3 South Hth street , Council Kinds , liu , or sent by express on rooolpt of price. tS. C. II. Illnkoitee , of No. 1110 Campbell street , Oniuhii , who rceuntly lost n lieuntlful and in- torostliij ? daughter , wed nliout 15 yciirp , by illuhtbcrln. under the trcntmunt of ono of the best physicians In Oniahn , writes to Dr. Jofl'vrls , of this city : "Your remedy for diphtheria cume too lute , our dear daughter was dyinjr when It wus received. 1 Urn siUisilcd thnt her llfoconld Imvo been ssivod. Another onoof our children who had the diphtheria , 'her throat was llllod up with the putrid iilccrntlon , wo used your medicine and in twelve hours the dlsuuso was completely uubduod. In the future wo will koopyour inudlclno at nil times in our house. Wo fool that it saved the life of ono of our children. Wo are very tlmnkful to you. and only regret thnt wo did not call on you Eooncr. " From thu Council llluffs Dally llorald : Mrs. K. M. ( lurard , wife of Engineer Gerard , of the Union Pacific , this city , has been n jreut sufferer for ninny years , with what WUB sup posed to becanccr of the throat. It was so bad that she wus thientennl with starvntlon. Her Kcnonil health was completely broken down. Bhu could only swiillon * liquid toocl , and oven that her fctomtich could not dlgcM or atslmtlnto. 1'hyEfclans of Council Ithills and Omaha attended her for thrcu yearn und puvo no rcllof. Dr. JolTcrla.oi' this oil y , was culled. In four weeks' tlmoho cured her thiout , and com pletely restored her general health. Had Mrs. Gerard not obtained relief soon eho would huvo died from Mood poison , the same condition that destroyed the Ilia of Gen. Grant. From the Council Bluffs .Daily Ololio : il. A. Mcl'lko , editor of tlio Cambria ( KbcnsJ burp , I'a. ) Freeman , has boon the personal friend of the editor of the Globe for more than twenty yo'ii'3 ' , und Is Icuown whorovnr hols known us one of thnhoat men living. Ho Is silso an intimate friend of .Mr. ( 'lurk of iho Non pareil. Ho hns been unfriitimntn In the 1 act that his family was ravuecil with diphtheria. and KI rally dlttroi-scd. Mr. Clark having lioaid of hiH calamity sent hftti sumo of Dr. Jelforls' Diphtheria Cure , it was used nt once , iindlhu lives of the rcs-tof his children saved , f.ntturs from Mr. Mcl'lko are unbounded in their O.T- prcsslono of gratitude for Undine ; some menus of avortlno : the loss of his wlioloproupof llttlo and tondnronca. PI vo of Mr. Mcl'lko'n children out of olifht died from diphtheria Iml'oro ho hud an opportunity of nslne wr. Joffcrls' remedy. DVHi'irsiAl : nvsi'Ki'Si.U Dyspeptic , why live In misery und dlo > n dls- pair with canciir of the stomachy Dr. Thomas Joirorls cures every case of indignation nnd constipation in a very short time , llcst of ref erences ( riven. Dyspepsia is thu causa of ninety per cent of all diseased conditions. I'rlco $0 for two weeks treatment. Dr. Jofforls1 dlplitherln medicine Is Infallible for all kinds of sore llironta. Indlsponslble In putrid pore throat , in malignant sunrlo t favor , chnnKlntf It in < 8 hours to thu elmplu form. Infal lible euro for all Inllnmmatory , nlccrutivo , put rid , cancerous iilccrntlon of tlio womb t ml nil catarrhal conditions. Full printed Instructions how to use the medi cines sent with them. No doctor required. Dr. .lelferis' remedies can only bo obtained a his office. No. 2.1 South Eighth street , Contui llltitrs , Iowa , or sent by express on receipt drlco , H LATE OF ST. LOUIS. Of/ice No. 525 Broadway , Council Bluffs. t ) to 12 a. in. } 2 to 6 p. in. 7toB p , m. Hoora > o. o. OFFICER , & PUSEY , COUNCIL ULUI'TS , TA , Established ISo Reduction in Prices , IN China Glassware Etc. , , , At W.S. Jlcmor & Co's , No , 2J ! Main st. Council ! P , C. MILLER , No. 13 Pearl St. , Council Bluffs. WALL PAPER , LATF.3T DESIGNS. MANUFACTURER OF PAINTS. House , Siirn and Uocoratlro 1'alnter. I'aplor Mucbo Wall Orcumcnts. None Imt bostlhaiiJs uuiployud and cliarzss aa ow as other } . 3STOTIOJB3. THAT THK GREAT SPECIAL SALE Ol ? Carpets , Curtains , Oil Cloths , Rugs , Mattings , Window Shades , &o. , AT THE STILL CONTINUES , Ami our niiitrcccilcntctt mites ( lie past week prove Unit LO W I'll ICES TKLF . Don't buy tntiil you Inive accit , our stock COUNCIL BLUFFS CARPET CO , , mi nitoADit'Ar , COVXVIL rn.ui.ws , IA. The World' * 1'uvorlie , Hint took the < * OL1 > HIKH VL over all 5-'oi-clii ; mul Domestic ( liifcr Ales at Iliu A'CAV Orltmm E xposlllon. A most dollsjhtrnl bcvcrasro In either hot or cold weather. Bottled direo at the sprimrs in Wiiukcslm , Wis. , and nnide of the finest freshly imported Jamaica ( Jinrrcr Hoot , the juices of tropical fruits , Arcadiitn Mineral Spring Water and I.oaf Suarar. Eminent medical authority 1ms pronoiincetl it "tha most perfect c.\iuni lo of an aromatic Non-Alcoholic stomadi stimulant , while ns a huvcragro it is simply delicious. " The Ideal Arcadian Lemon Hectar , Mndo from Iho pure , sparkling Arcadian water , combined with Fruit Juices , Fruit Acids mul Sugar. Cuiuplctu In Itself. 'Kor finnlly utn , picnics , t'te. Itvlrcililnir nnd highly bimellelnl ; lUcellent for the sick room. For tuilo In Council IJIulls iliy H. T. Palmer , A. M. Heardsley , Joe Driessbaeli , Kd. Danlola , II. A. IJainI , J.W.Klwb , C. Dwtkun , Taylor & Oalef , ; > . . Morgan & Co. , S. T. iMcAtoe , Louie & Mutzgo Tibbits & Wani F. W. Spctman , John Short it Son. 1'or sale in Oinnhn by Cheney It Oloson , Frank Itogcra , J. A. Tiillrr A Co. , OlniNtono llros. ft Co. . Jinx IlrvhtVm . . & _ . . , l.c > .llo .V . . 1'iinilt , . . . . , .ui v IT mt _ _ L t * tiling ; vv.VJ. _ nv _ ; - i\j v nv--lHJt HiMiry Illillli U..W. . .Sn.Ti.Ino t Vorsvtli tt .t Co..O. 11. Mooro.tTo. , Hammond A : lo. ? , W. j < . llitl.lnir , Smltli k IConiimlr , Ueo. Ilolimod. W. .1. WMIIchousp , O. II. Wlrtli , lUnvnloy & Dully , J. a Vow , Wllcox \ Stephens , T. W. S oril & Co. , Goo. Dltzon , Schmidt \ Mocllur. $2.50 Per Doz. or 25C Per Bottle. WHOLESALE AGENTS. : WIRT & DUQUETTEL KIRSCHT Si CO , , COUNCIL BLUFFS. / / . T. Clarke JJruy Co. , StriJicnnke rocyct iO llt iin j , ivholcsdle fancy grocers , Omali'a. , C GRAND EXCURSION THIS WEEK ! "WDE3 Brick buildings of any kind raised or moral and satisfaction guaranteed. Frame buildings moved on Little Giant trucks , best in the world. 808 Eighth Avenue and Eighth StreetCounil , Bluffs. 18 N. Main St. , Council Bluffs , la. , ami iJO'J S. J5thSt.Kooni 10 , Omaha , Nelj. JlRiiufiicturcr's AROiitfortho CALIGRAPU TYPE WRITER and SUPPLIES Tents , AM'iiings , Hoofing Slate , Man tels , I'lato and Window Glass , Slimv- Casca. Elevators ( hand and hy- &c. JACOB SIMS , ATTORNEY AT LAW , Practices in the Stain and Federal courts Rooms 7 and S Shugart Blo . N. SCHURZ , Justice of the Peace Ofllro over American Kxpro 3 Company. OUR UNPROTECTED FRONTIERS AND HOW THEY ARE TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF. Creston House , The only hotel In Council muffs having FJ re Elsoa/pe And nil model u liiiprovciKi'iilu S10 , X17 und ! 'Il ) Jfnln ht. MAX. MOHNProp. Star Sale Stables and Mule Yards , BROADWAY , COUN01J Ojj > otito Uuiumy Depot ii * * ? % eg K Jlorec * and.AIuloi . kept constantly on han for tales I retailer in car loads. Orders iiromatly filled by contract onshsrt sulioe. Htocksold on coiumlaslu" . SHMJ 'J Ml A JUI.UY. : Proprlotors. ' | . tAJ.i : BTAUI.E3 , cornel Ml' . I 1.0 411 ttltll. ST. FRANCIS ACADEMY COUNCIL llhUFFS , IOWA , An excellent cduciitional Institution , furnish dwlth all the modern improvements , cun- uo tea by thoSIPTKUS Ol'CHAHiTV.U. V. M I'or term of five months , f75. Ttrmsbt-jfin first Jlon.la/Ir September an ! fi.t * Monday In February. I'oi catulotfiios ad- rt-sj BIUTI5H t'l'J'KHIOlt St. i'raucls Acudeuiy.Couucll lulls , 5oiirntl , County niut KaiiK Worlc oft II fitluds aSpvc- inlly. Prompt Altenilon to Mail Orders fflOREHOUSE & CO. llooin 1 Kvorot Hlook , Coinmil Bliifls. Sluiuluril Pnpera Used. All styles of binil- in n Mugazinos BLANK BOOKS. U. H. National IlanU , W. K. Bmlth .t Co. , Citizens' Hank. Henri ; . ell * At Co. , fclrFt National Hunk , ' . II. Incuranco ( > . , Ulcer &I'uso ' .lanKersC. ) II. BiiviintB lliinlt. Intheclty can boobtiilnod by pittronUIni ; the GKO , ir. tiC , Prop , Keno hut oxporiencoJ hands omployfed. Out town orders by mull or express Hollcltod , ami oil work warranted. SPECIAL NOTICES. Fpcelnl niJrcrtlsoniBiils. biiih as I.oM , I'oun ToJ/un.For Sulc. To Kent , limits , Hoarding. oto , will bo Inserted In this column lit the low rntoofTHNCUNTH 1'KH MN'K fortho llm inner tommd ! 1'lvoConls Tor l.lno lor each subiotiuenr Insertion. Lcuvo advcriUoiurn > int our olllco No. la J'unl Btroct , near llroiidway , Council WANTS. HAI.K-OU Piipoi-M. In iiumitltlu via FOH HI Ube olllco No , 13 I'carl Urcct. T } OU HAI.R-NOW house , olirlit rooniK , J. ' liath room , inmate , ( 'im , nnd all mod ern convenience * ; only three blocks from Omnlm I'cMiot. ' and Ihieo bloaku from centorcil bublne'B In Council IlUur * . C'nas T. Olllcor. wlthUlllcor& 1'ueey , banker * , Council IHuuV , lunu. _ W. SPETMAM BRO NO. 501) & 511 TU'\l\ti'E. Dally receipts of now uooils.Hats Cans , Clolliln , mul iv full Hue of D-y ( Jooilg , all of thu hvtcst styli-H. Call au4 yet i-rlcps before purulitui ng tU\jwhor \