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* ' THE OMAHA DAILY AlfrE : SATURDAY , MAY 14 1887. THE DAILY BEE. COUNCIL BLUFFS OFFICE , flO. 12 , PEARL STREET. Delivered by carrier In nnypnrtof tliocltjrnt twenty cents per week. H. W. TILTON. . . . Manager. TKr.rPHONK3 : BcpiNrPSOrriCK. No. U. NIOIIT llimoii No. Si. MIXOlt MI3XT1UN. N.Y. Plumbing Co. New spting goods atjlleltcr's , tailor. The North Sixth struct bridge is having n now tloor. Additional Council UluiUs news oil sev en til Page. A drive well is being stink ut the nc w Lake iManawa hotel grounds. The popular resort is the Manhattan , 418 Hroatlway , Ktulio tte Yonawine. The coinnicrciul trnvolers' base ball club will meet to orgatii/.u this evening at The Manhattan. Wanted Two foremen for railroad grading. Apply this week at No. 100 Broadway , Council lilulls. to .John C. Lee. Lee.The The bavarian band has changed the time oi the opening cpncurt of its scries. 'J'he opening one will be Wednesday next instead of Thursday. The Kiplinger & Moore nine contest with the 1) . A : D. nine on the institution grounds this afternoon. The former club will have their new uniforms on. Through the agency of II. Shoemaker Job Nelion .sold hi * residence on Avenue A to Marvin White , the price being irX',100 , all cash. The residence is lot 7 , block G , Grimes' addition. A. H. Walker is having his residence property fenced with lleckman's patent. Air. lleckman is fa-t convincing the pub. lie that he has a valuable ami popular invention , which will soon be in general use. use.The The Council Hlufl'a Rowing association lias oll'crcd the Omaha Rowing associa tion the grounds next to the IHull's club's new boat house on Lake Manawa for the purpo.se of erecting a club house , but as yet no reply has been made. In the district court yesterday the time was taken up with the ease of Kirs. Wil son against the city , in which she claims heavy damages on account of the cutting away of her lot , and injury to her house by the creek during the Hood years ago. Little Charlie Nicholson , who was in jured by a pile oi lumber falling on him , is reported as getting along nicely. Jt was at first thought that he might be crip pled for life , but it seems now that he will fully recover and soon be as well as ever. E. E. Hart , president of the Council Dili Us Rowing association , has resigned , as he expects to bo absent from the city during the best part of the season. There will DO a meeting of the club to-night in thu ollico of Dr. Seybert for the election of Mr. Hart's successor. Hob Hudatz , ( Jeno Motta/'s butcher , had a lively round with a bovine in the slaughter lioiihc. but is still in the ring , though H little disfigured. A piece of court plaster on his forehead and an other on his neck , mark the places where the battle waged most fiercely. A family named Anderson , who had been attending H Danish funeral , met with an accident near the Kansas City round house. The neckyoko broke , and the team became frightened. In the plunge and run they threw the two couples out on a pile of draw bars , but luckily none of the family were hurt , except one of the ladies , and she had only a cut across her upper lip. The McGibeny family arc to appear at the opera house Monday evening. This wonderful family gave an entertainment hern a year ago , which culled forth the highest praise , and they may expect a crowded house to welcome them this time. Their entertainments are popular becanso they present a class of music which all can appreciate , and the pro grammes are varied. Ben Do liaan , who is well known as one of the old time traveling men , hav ing for years represented .the largest clothing establishments of the east , is to open at No. 000 Broadway a largo cloth ing establishment. He will on Tuesday next start in to dispose of a stock of clothing of which ho is one of the as signees , after which he will remodel the buildine and continue with a iino stock of clothing , etc. The old fashioned district school en tertainment which had its origin here was recently gtreu two nights in lied Oak , to the delight of the people ahd of the church which cleared f 125. The Con gregational church of this city has had tiic outline of the entertainment printed in pamphlet form for the guidance of other churches desiring to produce it. These pamphlets are Doing sold ntl each , the proceeds going to the church in this city. There have been orders re ceived from so far east as Maine , and wherever the entertainment has been prepared the linancial success has been great. There is comparatively no ex pense in preparing the entertainment , and hence the profits are largo. The Council Bluffs water works has given the contract to F. Ogden , the now foundry and machine man , for- manufacturing - turing a steam engine to run the com pany's centrifugal pump. The engine is to bo fifteen horse power. This is the first largo order which Mr. Ogdcu has re- coivcd since he bought the machine works hero , and decided to enlarge and operate the business. The water works company in thus giving practical encour agement to the new industry hero is deserving - serving of praise , and the company sets a worthy example of getting its work done in the city in which it gets its business. The company in thus encouraging homo industries furthers the kindly feeling al ready entertained for the company. Mr. Ogden will start at once on the building of the now engine. To-night Udell Bros , & Co.'s park con cert will draw a largo crowd if the weather is at all favorable. Dalboy's band furnishes the music. This band has lately been organized and has been selected as the regimental band of the Fifth Iowa State Guards. Prof. Dalboy is known among musical circles through out the country as one of the best com posers of band music now living. Ilia compositions are favorites with the lines ) banns in the country , and orders arc coming oven from across the waters. He will give His personal time to the train ing ol this band , and at the concert this evening a number of his composition ! will bo rendered. His band promises tc make a fine reputation for itself , am plays very well now with the short tlmi they have had for practice together That the concert to-night will bo an en joyablo one no ono can doubt , and Bay- lisa park will bo thronged with people. Office of Mulholland & Co. , removed t < In under the Citizens' bank. Tolophom No. 103. Loivo your orders for Ico. Wanted A lady cashier who can keo books for a retail business. Address K C. K. , BEE ollico , Council Bluffs , statin ] experience , references and salary ex pcctcd , J. W * & E. L. Squire make boautifn abstracts of title , and deserve the su < cess they arc enjoying. A household word is "Quick Moal. You will find ono of those celebrated gai ollne stoves in every neighborhood ; UC te now gladden 800 homos. Some two yeai old , all working to perfection. If you neighbor has none , call at our store an . examine the best gasoline steve raadi Uur guarantee goes out with every om No. il Mnin ufc COLE & COLE. OUINN NOT A MURDERER , His Acquittal of the Ohargo From \7hlch Ho Had lied the Country , THETROTTINQ MEETING. An Ordinance Vetoed u Week After It was Approved Saylnjis Mr the Wayside The Salvation Army Celebrate Their Anniversary Not n murderer. A telegram was received In this city yesterday announcing that James Lee tjuiim had been acquitted of the crime of murder at Now Albany , Ind. It will bo remembered that Jim Lcc , as ho was known here , was arrested by Ulllcer O'liriuij at the instance of Deputy- Shcrill'O'Neil nearly a year ago. Lee was taken to the county jail , where ho was informed that ho was under arrest charged with the murder of a man sev eral years previous. Leo admitted that ho knew he was charged with the crime , but stated that ho was innocent and explained his side of the .story , claiming that the man was found dead and that suspicion rested on him. Ho willingly returned to Indiana , accom panied by his wife and Shcriu" Keel. His wife has remained in the prison during all his confinement and has showed her faithfulness throughout the entire tiro- ccedings. It is not known if Lee will re turn to this city now or not. His wife's folks reside on Fourth street. While Lee was here ho was a hack driver and claims lit ) changed his name from James L. Quinn to James Leo so that the Indiana authorities could not find him. " the . " "Happy on Way. Yesterday was a great day with the Salvation Army hero. A celebration was had of the seventh anniversary of the beginning of the organization in this country , There was a feast in the hall all of thu day , and a great meeting in the opera house at night. There were a number of prominent olllcors and visitors. The chief figure was that of Marshal Booth , son of General Month , thu eommauder-in-ehief of the forces. Marshal Uooth is a very tall man , with long full beard , and as tliiti as ho is tall. His appearance is such as to attract the attention of all. Ho was accom panied by his wife , who is a Very interesting public speaker , and fully as talented as her hus band. Arnopg the others present were : Field Secretary Jones , Stall' Captain Burrows , who was at ono time war cor respondent of the War Cry ; Stall'Captain Walsh , of New York , known to the pub lic as Billy Walsh , ol minstrel fame ; Cap tain Hale , of the uniform department ; Attache Blandy , of the finance depart ment of the army ; Brigade Major Evans , of Chicago : Brigade Major Dale and wife , of Des Moines ; Captain Simmons and wife , of Des Moines , and Stall' Cap tain Mills , of Moberly , Ala. ; Ashman and Aspinwall , of DCS Moines ; Captain Syin- monas ana wife , Des Moines ; Captain Smith , Fort Scott ; Lieutenant Tricscoily and Cadet Mitchell , of Atlantic ; Captain Miller , of Kcokuk ; Captain Wilkins , of Omaha ; Lieutenant Simmons , of Bloom- ingtou , 111. ; Cadet Ovcrton , Dos Moines ; Cadet Flieslicr , Cedar llapids ; Captain Dunn and wife , of Waterloo ; Captain Smithcrland , of Dubuquo. There are fourteen stations in Iowa , and the Council Blnil's ono is considered the strongest and most prosperous. The rapid growth of the work here has led the olhcors to look favorably upon the estab lishing of headquarters hero for the state of Iowa. A move is on foot to erect hero a sf 10,000 hall and barracks. Des Moines has been the headquarters , but that city seems a little chilly in its treatment of the army. The mayor has forbidden their parading the streets , and only al lows them to use that portion of the street directly in trout of their hall. There is being a petition circulated there , and has already received over 200 signatures , asking that the mayor give them further privileges. Drs. Hanchett & Smith , office No. 12 Pearl st. Residence , 120 Fourth st. Telephone - phone No 10. Chnts on the Corner. Manager Meyer It's strange that with all the notices given in the papers , nnd with the ordinary good sense with which people are supposed to bo endowed dewed , that there are so many cases of tampering with telegraph wires. The other day I touud thoru was something wrong with the district telegraph work ing , and what do you think ? I found that some carpenters , in making some improvements to some building , had found ono of our wires in the way and had deliberately cut it. Of course that made us lots of trouble , and wo had quite a hunt to tind the break. If it had been a lira alarm wire it would havp been the same thing I suppose. I don't see any way to get it into the heads of folks to let these wires alone , and if any changes are needed to notify whatever company is concerned so that they may care for it. Max Mohn You ought to take a drive around with mo those line mornings. Every morning I get up early and take the rounds. You d bo surprised to see the number of now houses that are going up. They are thick. The folks who just stay up around town know very little about the way the city is growing. It's astonishing. Cheap storage in cither small or car load lots at Nos.23,24 and 20 Pearl street , J. K , Snydcr. A Queer Find. The public still remembers quite vividly the fuss which was made over an ordinance introduced by Mr. Shugart , compelling dirt haulers to use tight wagon boxes in hauling dirt over paved streets. Mr. Vaughan , who was then mayor , vetoed the ordinance with a good deal of n flourish , and the warfare was pretty sharp for a time. In hunting over old records , to get a new ordinance printed , the discovery is made that Vauchan signed the ordinance a week buforo ho made his celebrated veto of it. and that the record shows that ho vetoed an ordinance which he had already ap proved. There seems to be no disposi tion to enforce the ordinance , so that i matters little what shape it is in , Bliss , 1511 Douglas street , Omaha , will have a special display of white bouneti and hats Saturday. OiiYy'H Death The remains of Andy Davy , who wa run over on Thursday night at tin Broadway dummy depot , wore last ova ning brought over from St. Joseph's hos pitul , Omaha , where Davy died about I o'clock yesterday morning. The remains were taken to Ficli & Estop's undertaking rooms an ill Coronoi Faul was notified , but on ai illc rival concluded an inquest was unnoccs sary. Ho said : "If 1 should hold ai inquest the county would no rtoubt ol jcct to paying the bills. 1 don't sue wh , sDO the Union 1'acillc insists on taking ir DO lured persons to Omaha when wo have rs hospital here. " ir The funeral services will be hold a ire. the undnrtaking rooms of Field & Este ? e. at 10 o'clock this morning. Davy's pi e.u. . rents , iroiu.Mineola , la. , uro ut the Scot house. ! > , ' Lime , cement , plaster , hair , coal , etc. Council lilull's Fuel company , No. 539 U road way , telephone li(5. ! ( Latest improved gasoline stoves nt No 601 Main street , W. A. U ood. Tinlon says thu bridge contract will bo let about the 20th : that in less than forty days he will ride to Mnmiwa.oti a motor railway and oat spring chicken at the Manawa hotel with Brother Hay ; that in less than eighteen months ho will visit his customers in Omaha by a cable car line or enjoy the liucst drive on earth between the two cities over cedar block pavement ; that this city will enjoy the distinction of having the finest hotel in the west , and property will advance to such an extent that the boro-lieads can't buy it , and then they will still have some thing to grumble about. But that all the good people who take hold of the bar gains he oilers now , will wear diamonds nnd good clothes , and bo happy under their own vine and lig trco. I. W. Buchanan , of Chicago , one of the oldest travelling men who runs in here , is looking after his customers and also after his real estate interests. WAIT FOR THE GREATEST 10 CT. SHOW ON EARTH. KING & FRANKLIN'S ' ) Niw : < Colossal Shows ! ) AND ( WILD WEST ! A MIGHTV CONGUKSS Of WORLD FAMOUS FEATURES ! A Splondlil Amusement Ow nl/atlon , known throughout the lonijth and breadth of the laud. To speak of Its llnro Merits is n useless task. Sulllcu It to say that while this year it Is more than Double Us Former Vastness InaUDoptrtraonts , the price of admission Is Itodueod One Uundtod Per Cent. WILL EXHIBIT AT COUNCIL BLUFFS TWO HAYS ONLY Thursday & Friday , Maj 26-27 Troupe of Performing Stallions Imported nnd educated expressly for this show. 1(1 ( llcnutlfnl Komnlc Aoilal Artists 10 1J Earth's Qrcat Human Marvels 15 7 FUNNY CLOWNS 7 The Motly Sons of Momtia 1 SIXTHKN LILLIPUTIAN PONIES In Surprising and Hoaiulf ill Performances. 5 LUAUINU NATIONS OF THK KAIU'll 5 Itoresentod ; in O.ir Famous Troupe of All Star Artists. Tronpool Wire Walkers. Troupe 1'urlormlnir lllrds. LIFE ON THK PLAINS 1 And thrlllitiKly cimtrnMIng the Wild West of the Now World with the Wasslo PtiUlmod of the Old , Introducing Cowboy , Wnstein Indians , nml Muxicmi Vmiuorox. The mon novel and complete exhibition of the kind over projected , including every typo of manhood known to thnao who dwell oil the Wild Frontier , or Just Over the fiorder. An Exhibition that Is not a Show but u fact UHANO FUCK STREET PARADE AT II ) A. M. ADMISSION 10 CENTS' Two Performances Dally , 1 nnd 7 P. M. E. S. BAJtNETT , Justice o ± the Peace , 415 Broadway , Council Bluffs. Refers to any bank or business house in the city. Collections a specialty. OFFICER < 6 PUSEY , Council 131uffsIowa. Established 1857. Korses Mules For all purposes , bought and sold , at retail and in lots. Large quantities to select from. Several pairs of fine drivers , sin gle or do'ible. MASOU WISE , Council Bluffs Star Sale Stab/es and Mule Yards Biomlwuy , Council Ululls , Opp. Dummy Depot _ _ _ e Horses and mules kept constantlyon hand , for sale nt retail or in car load Orders promptly filled by contract on short notice. Stock sold on commission. SIH.UTER & HOLEY , Proprietors. Telephone No. 114 Formerly of Keil Salo. Stables , corner 1st. aro. and 4ti ! street. If. SCIIURZ , Justice of tlie Peace. Ollico over American Express. C. R. ALLEN , [ npeer , Surveyor , MapPublisher JVb. 11 North Main St. City nnU county maps , or cities andcouutloa in western lown , Nebraska and Kansas. JOHN Y. STONE. JACOB 8IHE STONE & S/MS , Attorneys at Law , acticein the State and Federal Courts. Rooms 7 and 8 Shugart-Beno Block. COUNCIL BLUFFS. 10 REAL ESTATE , ' Id id r- s- sn Vacant Lots , Lands , City Bcsldonccs am Farms. Aero property In western pnrt of city . , All Boiling clicnp to make room for spring stool "a R. P. OFFICER , } Real Estate & Insurance Agent , a- itt Boom 6 , over Officer * Puioy'a Bank , Couni SPECIAL NOTICES. Special Rdvottleemonts , such as Lost , Found Vo Loan , Tor S'llo , To Itcnt , ft ante , Iloimllnir , etc. , will bolnsortwl In tliU column nt tlio loir ratoof TUN" CUNTS fKIl USE fortbo Orn Insor- lonnti'l ' vlvuCciilal'erUnoforeachsubsoiuoni Insertion. I.CHTO nJvcrtlfcmcnt * nt our ollico No. U I'eurl streit , uuiir llroiulwiiy , Council III u Us. WANTS. \\7ANTKO-To buy n borso mid pprltiK T natron , to otliiT or aopcrutvly. Address H. 3. , Dec olllcu. Council llluire. _ \VAOTKD Two experlunrod nursery sales- TV mutt of Rood mldu'ss and bc t of rotor * enci'8 , Inquire of Kit Imnlels , lleaton 1'uol Co.'s ollleo , No , CJ8 Uroadwiiy. _ FOK SALK-Onu Jersey and Durham jem-llntf bull. Wulplit about SOU pounds. Inquire of M. Cltaeon , near Wntmsh round house. 17'Olt ' SAIjK-Or Trade-Six portions of eood X1 Innd In Lincoln county , Nub. , on U. V. railway. Cull on or nddti-38 Odoll llros. A Co. , 103 onrl gj. , Council Illiilf * . . TjjlOIMtKN'IVliouso of"nvo rooms. Inquire -C at 315 Frnnxlln street. Foil SATiR Clicnp ) n Rood horso. Cnn bent three minutes. Kmiulro at No. 132. ! West Uroudwny. NOTICE Will pay the highest price for first- class cast-oil huly's Rents , unit children's clothlnir , boots , shoes , bats , etc. I ) . UoUUtcIn , Nos. 217 and -b lliutulway. Dissolution Notice. The firm of Wlrt Si Duquctto , uholc-sulo fruit , confectionery iiml commission merchants is thlbdny dissolved by mutual consent.V. . ( ) Wlrt rttliinur 'I ho business will hereafter conducted by M. Dmiutttu. who assumes all liabilities and will collect all accounts n * the latollrni. W. O. W1HT. Council llluirs , May 7 , ' 87. M. DUQUBITIi Ilouso denning is to bo done by nearly nil the ladies in the spring. Now is the ripht time to do this. For ladies , it is a disagrenablo but unavoid able work , and wo make the oll'or to do the most troublesome work of all , that is TO CLHAN THE CARPETS. Wo clean the carpets , velvets , moqucttcs , brussels , or any other kind of carpets , without taking them up. Wo guarantee THAT T1IK CAKI'ET WILL MB 1'EUKEOTI.Y CLEAN , THAT TUP. COLONS AKB KKSl'OKUU , and that no dust will be left in the car- pot. We guarantee our work and refer to prominent parties in this city. Send us a postal card and we will call upon you and explain in what way our cleaning takes place , G. A. FISIIKU. Mo. 023 Sixth Avenue , Council Bluffs. THE TROTTING STALLIONS , DR. ARCHIBALD ( Standard No. 2916) ) Sired by Almont No 33 , and "Register , " ( Standard No. 5812. Sired by Tramp No. 808- These stallions will make the season of 1887 at the Coun cil Ulufl's Driving' Park. For particulars inquire of or address , WADE GARY , Council Bluffs , la. Has a complete line of Midsummer Millinery , Largo huts in white , black and all colors. IPat- torn bonnets , huts and toquca , a specialty , loux No 15H Douglas st. , 0 mull a. dR = 3 I will Itc at the Pacific HotelCouncil Bluffs , everu Saturday forenoon OmahaDental Association removed to licllman Block , cor. 13th and Farnnm. Best sets teeth ? 0 , fully warranted. All operations rendered painless by the use of our new anesthetic. Dr. Haughawout , Manager. FRANK 8. RICE , CIVIL ENGINEER , Designs , estimates and reports on bridges , viaducts , foundations and general engineering. Blue prints of uny size and quantity. Office No 13 N. Main St. , First National Bank Blck. K. JtlCE , Jtf. D. Cancers and other Tumors Removed without the knile or Drawing o Blood. Over 80 vears Practical experience. No. 11 Pearl St. , Council Bluffs. CRESTON HOUSE , The only Hotel in Council Bluffs Having a Fire Escape. And All Modern Improvements. 215 , 217 nd 210 Main St. MAX MO1IN , Prop. 6 S i a ? A CO People's ' Store GREAT MAY SALE ! Will Oprn Jo-Morrow May J-Oth. This in OF ALL SPRING GOODS And reductions have been made that will he Interesting , Tl.c season for wearing these Is now only fairly opened , and It may seem foolish to reduce prices on goods that are Jutt in season , Intt that's the way we do It. We never carry styles over from one season to another , and we don't ' wait till it is so late that nobody wants them before we reduce prices. Everything will be found as ad vertised. ISO pieces Worsted Dress Goods , in the best snriny shades , 3(1 inches wide , formerly sold at & 5c to ZOc , Our May Sale Price 25c. 275 pieces all wool , 3d , 3S and4O Inch Suitings in all the latest shades , formerly sold at U5ctol per yard , Our May Sale Price 50c lil > Combination Stilts , in finest Im ported goods , with plush and vel vet stripes , formerly sold at $25 to $3It each , Our May Sale Price $20 $ A PA1TERN. BARGAINS IN WASH GOODS IN THIS GREAT MAY SALE. READ EVERY WORD ! Victoria Lawns , 3c , 4c , Gc , Sct lOc and IKc. India Linen. Gc , Sc , 10c , 15c , 18c and 20c. Check Nainsook , Gc , tic , Sc , We , IGc and 2ic. India Mull , We , 15c , 20c and 25c Sttiped and Barred Cambrics in white and ecru , 4c , Gc , Gc , 8c , We , 15c , 18c and 2Oc. Tliousands of pieces of goods to be slaughtered. Tlirce cases of good Ginghams , dress and apron styles at Gc , Thu same goods are sold tn this city else where at from lOc to 12\c \ per yard. Two cases best quality Pongee Vaularda Ginglutms , elegant pat terns , best goods at lOc ; regular price IGc to 18c. 7GO pieces best dress styles Seer sucker ami Ginghams at We and 12\c. \ The most elegant styles of French and Scotch Ginghams will be found among them. 7-8 wide American Sateens , 8c worth 12\c. 7-8 wide American Sateens , We worth IGc. 7-8 wide American Sateens , IGc ; worth 20c. French Sateens , yard wide , 20c and 2Gc ; worth 3Gc. Best Fiench Sateens , yard wide , 3Gc and H7\c \ ; worth aOc. These goods offered at above prices and only one dress pattern will be sold to any one customer. 1IE.VKY ElfrKJWA.V & CO.'S PEOPLE'S STORE , 1 08,314,316,318 , , , 320 BROADWAY , COUKC1L BLUFFS , - - - I A. X B. Special and prompt attcn tion given to all order * entrusted to our care. Samples furnished upon application. . . . ' , ' BARGAINS GOODS I Harkness Brothers , Broadway , Council Bluffs , la A large stock of fine white summer goods and wash fabrics. A New and Fine Assortment of Parasols , Sun. shades and Umbrellas , ALSO A FULL STOCK OF YOUNG LADIES' CORSETS , Summer Corsets and the Noted Little i < Jersey Corset. CARPET Department is yet well stocked and invites the attention of everyone about tot furnish a home. Also" oil cloths , t matting , rugs , mats , etc. Do not forget the number , No. 401 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. Telephone 163. N ' ' 506 Don't Pass 506 WITHOUT READING THIS. If you are interested in your own welfare you will take an interest in the below facts : We will place on sale a $50,000 stock of clothing from one of the largest New York jobbing houses which has recently failed and of which I am one of the assignees. These-goods are new , fresh and all of the latest novelties , consisting of inens' , youths' , boys' and childrens' clothing as well as a fine line of furnishing goods. Union Cassimere suits will be sold from $2.GO to $5. All wool cassimere suits from $5 to $10 , such as you pay from $12 to $20. A fine line of Union cassimere pants accordingly. 40 per cent on the dollar will buy anything in our store "Will be opened on Tuesday morning , Mciy 17th. Come early and avoid the rush. 20 clothing salesmen can find immediate employment by calling at once. 506 BROADWAY 506 GARDEN HOSE , Steam , Gas and Water Pipe NEW YORK PLUMBING COMPANY , No 552 Broadway. - Council Bluffs , Iowa Bfatl Orders Shipped Promptly * Swanson Music Company , No. 329 Broadway Con ncil Bluff * ESTEY PIANOS , CAMP & CO.'S PIANOS , ALSO PIANOS OF OTI1EK MAKES. Estey Organs , Camp & Co's ' Organs and Western GottageOrgans ' A few comments regarding the Estoy Pianos. In overv civilized country on tha elobe the name of Estc.y is a household word with lovers of music ; it is a guarantee for the exquisite quality of tone in'musical instruments . , bearing the name that conv mauds confidence , admiration uud enthusiasm. , - '