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G THE OMAHA DAILY REE : SATURDAY. JUNE 4. 1887.
DAILY BEE. COUNCIL BLUFFS OFFICE , NO. 12 , PEABL STREET. BellTCrtd by carrier In nnr r rtof the city nt twenty etuis per vr k. B. W.TILTOM , Manager. TKUCrilONESl BrpiNtcs Orncr. . No. U. KIOHT EUITOH No. SO. MINOli MKNTIOX. N. Y. Plumbing Co. New spring goods at Roller's , tailor. Wanted At the Pacific house , u cham ber girl. The work on the new Catholic church la being ruslic'l rlfrht along. One/hundred evergreens have Just brnn planted about the Hotel Matiuwa. The city engineer is making the sur veys for the sewer on Mynstur street. The pool tournament at the Manhattan Was completed last night. Duhl won first , Hut/ second and Hohn third pri/.e. A business meeting of the Ladles' Choral society will be held at the resi dence of 1) . W. liushnell this afternoon at 4 o'clock. J. W. Walker was yesterday lined $14 for peddling without a licun.su. liuing an old soldier ami crippled , the council is to bo asked to remit the line. William Parks mot with an accident at Cody's pinning mill , on Washington ave nue , by which two middle lingers were sawed oil' , and the little finger and left Iiand badly mangled. The Union Pacific is rapidly grading lip the approaches to its new bridge , and the work is to bo completed in a mouth. From the way the worn is progressing it ficoms that the Ninth avenue route will Boon be opened up for street car service. Kill Desmond was yesterday lined ? 25 nnd costs. Wine und women seemed to have been the cause of his trouble , llo cot into u row near Main street and Wil low avenue , smashed In a window with a brick , and pounded two women with his fist. fist.A A woman from Omaha was hero yester day looking after her husband , wtio , she Bald , had got on a spree and come over to this side with $500 in nis pocket. She wanted the police to find him , if possible , lest the money should bo spent or lost. , About a week ago the residence of George C. Uilus was burned to the ground. Yesterday he received a cheek for flKX ) , the amount of tiis insurance in the Ilawkeyo , of Dos Moines. A quick settlement. J. G. Tip ton is the agent of the company. It makes a difference whether n mail has a lawn or a farm. One of the mer chants in greeting a German , right after a Rhowor the other day , remarked , "Well , wo had a nice rain. " "Yah , ft nice Bhentlcmnn rain , but it vas poor farmer rain. " The drum corps of the Salvation army has been allowed to go free , the charge of disturbing the peace being dropped on their promise to hereafter respect the meeting of other bodies. The next time they march by the city council chamber when the aldermen are in session they will mil 111 u their drums and plug up their fifes or else there will bo more trouble. The Salvation army has been used very kindly hero as compared with their treat ment in other cities and they ought to bo well satisfied. A lady nnd gentleman were proceeding nlong Harrison street on horseback when a dog came running out , barking and snapping at the horses greatly to the annoyance of the riders. The gentle man's patience gave out , and ho pulled a revolver and shot the dog dead in the road. The neighborhood is divided on the question of whether ho did right or not , but the community at largo would doubtlpss endorse his action. There are no many worthless curs running around the streets , that even a goou dog has little public sentiment in his favor. ' Waylaid Lout night. Last night about 10:45 : o'clock , as F. Doniusso , who tends bar at No. 101 Main street , left the saloon to go to his homo , corner of Sixteenth avenue and Ninth street , ho was attacked in front of Gronc- weg & Schoontgon's wholesale grocery house on Main street by a man who after wards gave his name as Jennings. It seems Jennings was lying in wait for his man for some time ana was noticed by Officer Dyer , who kept up a watch. As the attack was made Dyer went for Jennings , but Jennings ran nway. After a long chase through Main and Fourth streets , and a few shots from his revolver , Dyer finally caught his man near the Kiel hotel. Jennings re sisted arrest and a general rough and tumble light ensued , during which Slier- ill' Reel came to the olllccr's assistance nnd Jennings was landed in the city jail. It is said that Jennings is a Swede and R tough customer in general. What his purpose in waylaying Donlnsso was docs not appear , but in nil probability it waste to got even with Doninsso for some words which passed between them in the saloon early in the evening. Mr. Wood informs the BEE that Harry King , who was reported as leaving sev eral creditors nnd skipping out , has set tled every thing satisfactorily. Wo have sent several largo bills of goods to Omaha parties this weak. They say they can buy of us nnd save 20 per cent on gasoline stoves and refrigera tors. Cole & Cole , 41 Main St. Drs. Hanchctt & Smith , ofilco No. 13 , Pearl fit. , residence 120 Fourth st. Tele- pboao No. 10. Personal Paragraph ! . Frank P. Lawrence , of Lincoln , is at Uechtols. J. Zehriug , of Lincoln , was in the city yesterday. Thomas Bryant , a banker of Schuyler , Neb. , was in the city yesterday. Mrs. ( i. W. Crofts , wife of the pastor of the Congregational church , is quito ill. W. R. Smith , special agent of the Ilawkeyo Insurance company of DCS Moincs , was in the city yesterday. Mrs. J. ( i. Tipton nnd children , ac companied by Mrs. E. H. Haworth , left yesterday evening for Greenwood , Nob. , to visit Mr. Tipton's sister. J. W. & E , L. Squire mnko beautiful nbstracts of title , and deserve the success they aru enjoying. Every agent claims to soil the best Pianos under the sun. The Mueller Music Co. nro no exception to this , but then thev can prove any such assertion. They sell the celebrated Hardman Pianos nnd Century Organs. Nouo finer in the market. The Now Organ , The organ recital last evening caused St. Paul's church to bo crowded with a music-loving and appreciative audience. Thcro was great curiousity to hear the now organ. The promise that it would be the best organ In the city has surely been met. This dedicatory entertain ment was a rich musical treat. The programme was bulitting the sanctity of the piano and was varied nnd pleas ing. Mr. W. J , Gratian , the ion of the builder ot the organ , was the organist o ( the evening , and Drought out the varied tones of the now instrument with great skill. The elder Mr. Gratiau also favored the audience. The vocal numbers wcro fully in keeping with the merit of the in strumental portion of the programme. Latest improve d gasoline stoves at N , (04 Main street , W. A. \ \ ood. BRACING THE WAGON BRIDGE An Enthusiastic Mooting of Citizens and a Hopeful Outlook , THE SALOON CASES. Sensational Itcports Concerning tlio Two Informers and Tliclr Ar rest Other Papers Not Served Personals. The Saloon Warfare. The news of the arrest in Omaha of the two informnra against the Council HI tills saloons caused no little sensation hero yesterday. One of the two is said to be a Missouri rough , and the other it Lo Mars tough. However this may be , it is claimed that they signed nflldavlts against the saloons rather recklessly ; and yet these allldavits covered too much of truth and fact for the saloon men to run the risk of trying to break them down by any cross-examination or counter showings. The only escape seemed to bo to run these fellows oil' , and it is said a sum of money was raised to induce them to disappear , In order to make the contract sure and prevent them returning , it is understood tint this pretty pair signed allidavits deny ing the truth of the matters set forth in previous allidavits , and giving some interesting particulars as to how they were induced to niacu these first allidavits. They arc said to now swo'ir that they wcru hired to nose around among the saloons , and thut they were paid for signing the allidavits to bo used against the saloons. With these latest nllidavits , denying the previous ones , the saloons interested felt pretty well satisfied that the fellows will not re turn voluntarily to testify in court here. The evidence of the sale of liquors being thus practically destroyed , they expected to sec the bottom knocked out of the cases. The most stress and importance has been placed upon the cases of viola tion of injunctions issued some time ago. The penalty for such violations is heavy , and the only way of escape seem ? to bo to destroy the evidence. This is thought to bo done by getting those informers to make counter affidavits. Their present arrest is understood to bo the failure of the attempt to run these men oil' . It is understood that the men were got into a room , and thcro they wcro urged to sign the now allidavits , but they refusing to do so , some money was slipped into their pockets and their ar rest immediately followed. Such is ono statement of the atfnir. It is said to bo the intention of the saloon men to keep the men locked up so that they cannot appear to testify , or to force them to leave the country. Thcro is considerable feeling over the matter and all sorts of reports ulloat. Almost anything is to bo believed of this kind of witnesses , and it is dillicult to get at the real facts until they arc openo d up in court. The Wagon Ilrldge. There is the liveliest interest felt in this community in regard to the wagon bridge enterprise. The report being allout hero that a petition was being cir culated in Omaha against the enterprise , n meeting was hold yesterday morning at the city hall to take whatever action was necessary to counteract any such inllucncc. Judge James was chosen chairman , and a running talk was had concerning the bridge question. Judge James gave it us his opinion that if the location was given to the Milwaukee & St , Paul railway that company would not build a bridge for a long time to como , as it had 110 western extensions , and no need for any such bridge. Ho thought thcro was something underneath the surface of this attempt "to defeat the wagon bridge. Dr. Patton thought that action should bo taken to urge every representative from Iowa to exert his fnlluenco for se curing the desired enterprise , and to de feat the railway company. Ho believed ho could go into Omaha and got n thou sand petitioners for the wagon bridge in ono day. Mr. Shepherd suggested that the peti tion of Omaha was an insult to the secre tary of war. That ofllcinl had n legal point to decide , nnd it was in as bad taste to petition him as to petition u judge on the bench to make a decision favorable to ono side. Mr : Moslcr stated that from what ho could learn in Omaha the petition was largely signed by those interested in real estate there , suburban real cstato , who did not want Council Blull's cheap prop erty thrown upon the market , and opened up for use. Outside of those ical estate men ho thought the citizens of Omaha generally favored the wagon bridge. T. J. Evans , the father of the wagon bridge enterprise , entered the hall , and was received with upplau o. George F. Wright followed him , and was likewise welcomed heartily. These gen tlemen explained that they had not called this meeting , and did not deem it neces sary for any petitions to be circulated at present to offset the ouo in Omaha. They wore gratified at the evi dent interest which the citizens wcro taking , nnd the generous assistance offered. There might DO occasion for a petition. On learning that such a petition in favor of the St. Paul company had been circulated in Omaha they had telegraphed their attorney in Washing ton to learn whether it was desirable to have a petition in favor of a wagon bridge. No reply had been received. If one was desired , then it was time to se cure it. J. J. Stead man suggested that a com mittee Do appointed to stand ready to act whenever the bridge company deemed it advisable to do so. The committee as named consisted of J. J. Stcadman , 1. Farnsworth , WiJliam Gronewog. Phil Ar mour , J. W. Poregoy anil W. II. M. Puspy. Phil Armour presented a resolution which was adopted. It expresses the desire - sire of the citizens to have the contest decided in favor of the wagon bridge. Mr. Kvans and Mr. Wright gave quite full and clear statements in regard to the controversy between the railway and the wagon bndgo company. The railway company never thought of building a bridge until the Broadway brulgo com- panv had made all arrangements to go ahead. Thu plans for the wagon bridge nnd all the necessary papers were on file , and all that was lacking was the sig nature of the secretary of war. At this moment a protest was tiled by the mil- way compnny. On the day of hearing the questions wore fully presented and ably argued. The secretary ot war had taken the matter under advisement , and n decision would probably bo reached next week. The Milwaukee & St. Paul railway , as represented by Judge Gary , presented its claim to the location under the charter granted in 1684. They had uot got hold of this charter until within a few weeks , nnd hence had acted as promptly as pos sible. This charter gave them the right to build n combined bridge anywhere across the river between the northern nnd southern lines of the cities. A3 their charter was lirst given the had they tirst right to select a location. They wanted the Broadway site. No other site would do them. If this was not given thorn they would have t * go way south of the Union Pacllio bridge , or else go way north , in either of which events they could not got into and out of Omaha so as to handle their business. The wagon bridge would prove only a local convenience. The railway company , li elveu the sight , would build a combined bridge , which would not only answer all the purposes of the proposed wagon bridge , but prove a commercial advan tage also. The companv , if given ( ho ' site , could meet the dc'niamfV locally accomplish for the public all that the wagon bridge company proposed to do , and at the same time would build a long extension irito Nebraska , thus affording another great railway for the accommo dation of business. If not given this site the enterprise would bo dropped and the railway company would neither build any bridge nor would it make the pro posed extensions. On behalf ot the wagon bridge com pany Judge Shellabarger made a purely legal argument. He said that the secre tary was simply called upon to construe tin two charters and if possible make them harmonize. Ho had no power to so construe them ns to kill ono of the acts of congress , if this could possibly bo avoided. The charter for the railway bridge gave the face of both coun ties from which to select a location. The charter for the proposed wagon bridge provided that it must bo built between tlio two cities. If the site was given to the railway company , then the wagon bridge would have to go either down tlio river or above. To go down the river one-third of a milo , tlio distance neces sary , as the bridges cannot bo within that distance from each other , would strike the Union Paeiliu grounds. It could not be built one-third of n milo below this , as that would not bo in compliance with the charter requiring tlio bridge to bo built between the two cities. The same was also true about going one-third of a milo north of Broadway. If , therefore , the Broadway site was given to the railway company , it would prevent the building of any wagon brulge under this charter. The secretary of war would bo practi cally vetoing an act of congress. It was argued tnnt it was his duty to construe it so that , the two acts would harmoni/.o. This could be done. It was evident that the wagon bridge charter repealed so much of the railway bridge charter as related to this particular loca tion. No injury could po-sibly result to the railway company. Even if u bridge could not uo built so cheaply or con veniently at some other point , yet it could bo built. On the other hand , if tliis location was given to the railway company , it prevented the wagon bridge company from building anywhere. The attorneys for this railway company did not attempt to answer this argument. They simply said there was nothing to it , but did not attempt to show wherein it was weak. The plea of the railway com pany was simply that they wanted the wagon site because they deemed it the best ono to bo had. There were other matters brought to the attention 01 the secretary of war. One was that thcro was a law by which the St. Paul could cross the Union Pacilic bridge , if it so desired. If the two com panies could uot agree on the terms , all that was necessary was to ask the secre tary of war to decide the matter for them , and under the law they could thus cross that bridge with the trains. As tea a combination bridgu it was shown that the Union Pacific was just completing ono , and that it was already conceded to bo an abortion so far as allowing public travel with teams. The attention of the secretary of war was also called to the records made when the present Union Pacilic bridge was lo cated. The government engineers made surveys and soundiugs , and reported sev eral places for crossing. The ono most favored was that by the Omaha water works. The bed rock there is nowhere more than eighteen feet below the bed of the river , llio next best site was at Childs' place. The present site of tlio Union Pacific bridge was the least fa vored of any , and the Broadway site came next. It seems therefore from the sur veys made by the government that there are several bettor places for a railway brjdgo than that solccted for the wagon bridge. Mr. Wright , after rehearsing these and other facts , told the citizens who had gathered in to htm that ho was con fident that if the secretary decided in ac cordance with the merits of the matter the location would be given to the wagon bridge company. After hearing nil those facts recited , there seemed to be a great strengthening of confidence that the secretary of war would decide in favor of the wagon bridge , and that all was being done that could possibly bo done to secure this en terprise , which is so earnestly wanted. The Coming Drought. An Oakland , justice has issued several warrants for Cou ncil Bluffs saloon men to bo brought out thero. Search war rants have been issued for several places. They have not boon served , as the ollicers in whose hands they have been placed arc not clear as to their duties in the matter. The county attorney has been asked for his opinion , before those papers are served , and as he has been busy in the trial of the Jones case , lie has had little time in which to look up the points raised. It is expected that ho will to-day give the ollicors the benefit of his opinion , and then they will act in accord ance with that. There is much nervousness about tlio searching of saloons against which in junctions have been issued. Ono Broad way house was yesterday made the scene of a rather practical joke. The raau behind - hind the bar was serving out beer and other liquids , when "ono of the boys" came in hurriedly with the startling in formation that the ollicers wore out with the search warrants , and they were com ing that way. The news was enough , and the advice to got rid of the stuff was promptly followed. The keg of beer , fresh-tapped , was instantly rolled out and emptied in the alloy. Some bottled beer was flung into an outhouse. Bottles of whisky disappeared with lighting rapidity , and in fifteen minutes there was a rapid disappearing and wasting of liquid stock. About an hour later it was learned that the scare was all a joke. The joke cost the proprietor of the place about | 25. Guilty of Manslaughter. The jury in the Jones murder trial brought in a verdict at 12:10 : this morn ing , finding the defendant guilty of man slaughter , as indicted. The jury retired yesterday morning. The only persons present when the verdict was returned wore the judge , attorneys nnd a reporter for the BEE. Omaha people will save money by buy Ing the Quick Meal stove on this side We are selling lots of goods to Omaha customers. Get our prices. Cole & Cole fl Main St. liildi f Ccruu YIELDS TO EVERY MOVEMENT OF THE WEARER. Owlnr to the DUSOSiL IUSTKITI at the cloth ( which our will lit flr.t pAtcnti corer ticluilrely ) porfwtlr tlmt worn. Require * no breaking In. BOfKY UKTCRHKD by idler after tpliir woi n ten day * If nut found the moil rKKPEGT FITTING. MEAI/THFill , nnd Cumlurtikbl * Cortet ever worn. Bold bjr nil QfiKltM deulert. C'UUTTT BKOB. . Chlcaco , 111- jv. SCHURZ , Justice of the Peace. OUke over American Express. < fc GO'S. i Peoples' ' Store LAWN -AXD- WASH GOODS DEPARTMENT. SPECIAL SALE DURING THIS WEEK. This department In now brim full * of nil the latrxt styles and prettiest patterns produced this season. To create a Imoin for this meek we offer the following cMlraordlnuru At 3c Per Yard 500 pieces clioice Lawns ; worth 6c. At 5c 3 cases good Lawns , 32 inches wide ; worth IOc. At 8c and IOc The very best yard wide Paci fic Lawns , sold elsewhere for 12lc to IGic. At 12c and 15c 100 pieces , 40 inch wide Fig ured India Linen , our own importation , and exclusive patterns , equal to anything you can find for 25c per yard , at 12lc and 15c. WE ALSO OFFER : GOOD PRINTS AT 3c Per Yard , BEST PRINTS AT 5c Per Yard. GOOD GINGHAMS 5c Per Yard , BEST DOMESTIC GINGHAMS 8c and IOc Per Yard , 3 cases Oxford Sateen , elcgan pattern , At 5c Per Yard. 100 pieces yard wide Foulard Sateens , At IOc Per Yard. 2 Cases Extra Fine Choice French Patterns Sateens At 12c , 15c and 20c I'ER YARD. ALSO SPECIAL : BARGAINS IN WHITE GOODS ! White and Ecru Box Patterns at About Half Price. People's Store , Hos , 314,316,318 , , and 320 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - - I A N B. Prompt attention given a\ \ tnutl orders , and samples chcerfulli A ; I . * . * . > * " * t"T SPECIAL NOTICES. Speclnl advortlfemcnta , such M Lost , Found joLoah. Kor Snle , To Itcnt , Wants , IlonrJInir , etc. , Till liolnsorteil In this column nt the loir rntuof TEN CENTS PEK LINE for the Cm lujor- on and r'treCcntf rcrLlnuforcachsubmiiiont nsortlon , Lcaro lulvcrllfoment * nt our olllco > ta 1J I'c.irl aticvt , nunr Mroadvtuy , Couuoll UluUs. _ VTANTJ. . - situation with some wtiolt'sncl WANTf.D-A snlciumn or lU.ilstiuit bookkeeper. Address W. y , No. 1001) ) Chicago trcnt , Omaha. _ HUNT right room honso , Inquire of FOIl . T. Colo. M > I'eiirl street. _ I fOll 8AI.1 : Two woTk hones. 1'rleo $100 Ono your * * time on satisfactory nciirlty. Apply tu lloiaco i\cret : , Council Hulls. _ "WANTED A Rood ( flrl ( or Ronornl houso- > > work. Apply nt 7UJ hlxtli avcnilf ) . _ \\7ANTKD-A pooil girl , work light. Apply to T > No. 221 Vine street. _ WANTKD-AROod Irish setter. Shop llobbo , 901Multi street. _ Knoll SAliK A atocfc general raerchundlsa In -L n good town In western Iowa. A flist- elii'ss clmnoo for miv ono wishing to mirn.o In business. HtocK will invoice about IMXI anil will bo sold cheup. 1'or fmthor Informntlim nquiro ot M. H. Smith & Co. , Onmlm , or N. C. 'hllllps , Broker , No. 4W llrondwny , Council Hulls. _ S.\Li-OrTrndo ; Six sections of good FOIl In Lincoln county , Neb. , on U. P. rnllwny. Cull on or address Odoll lit03. It Co. , OJI'cnrl St. , Council 111 u Us. House Clcanlnc _ s to bo done by nearly all tlio ladies in .he spring. Now Is the right time to do this. For .adies , it is a disagreeable but unavoid- iblo work , and we make the oiler to do .ho most troublesome work of all , that is TO CLEAN THE CARPETS. \Vo clean the carpets , velvets , moquottcs , [ missels , or anv other kind of carpets , without taking them up. Wo guarantee THAT THE UAItt'Hr WILL UK I'l'.ltFlXM'LV CLUAN , THAT TIIK COLOltS Alii : UUSroilKU , nnd that no dust will bo left in the car pet. Wo guarantee our work and refer .o prominent parties in this city , Send us a postal card and wo will call .ipon you and explain in what way our cleaning takes place. G. A. FIMIKK. No. C2J ! Sixth Avenue , Council Biull's. REAL ESTATE , Vacant hots , Lands , City Residences nnd Farms. Aero property In western part of city. All sollltiK cheitp to make room tor spring stock R. P. OFFICER , Real Estate & Insurance Agent , Room 6 , over Officer & I'ueoy's Bank , Cou liluds. E. S. BARNETT , Justice oi the Peace , 415 Broadway , Council BlulTi. Refers to any bank or business house in the city. Collections a specialty. Horses g 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. WISE , Council Bluffs OHN T. STONE. JACOU SIMS STONE & SIMS , Attorneys at Law , actice in the Stite and Federal C ourts Rooms 7 and 8 Shugart-Beno Block. COUNCIL BLUFFS. C. R. ALLEN , Engineer , Surveyor , MapPublisher Over JVb. 12 North Main St. City and county mnps , of cities and counties In w estern lown , Nebraska nnd Kansas. OFFICER tB 1'UHEY , Council Bluflfejowa. Established U57. R. RIVE , M. D. Cancers end other Tumors Removed without the knile or Drawing o Blood. Over 30 rears Practical experience. No. 11 Pearl St. , Council Bluffs. LnrRO huts In white , Mack and all colors. Pat tern boiinuts , huts and toques , n specialty. No 1614 Douglas St. , Onmlm. TIE TROTTING STALLIONS , DR. ARCHIBALD ( Standard No. 2916) ) Sired by Almont No 83 , and "Register , " ( Standard No. 5813. Sired by Tramp No. 808. Those stallions will make the season of 1887 at the Coun cil Bluffs Driving Park. For particular inquire of or address , WADE CAUY , Council mulls. la. Star Sale Stabfes and Mule Yards Broadway , Council liluffs , Ojip. Dummy Depot . K and mules kept constantlyon hand , for sale Rt retail or in carload Orders promptly filled by contract on short notice. Stock sold on commission. SHLUTKK & BOLKV , Proprietors. Telephone No. 11 Formerly of Keil Sale. Stables , comer i lit. avo. and 4th st BARGAINS IN NEW GOODS Harkness Brothers. Broadway , Council Bluffs , la A large stock of fine white summer good 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 Littlfc Jersey Corset CARPET Department is ye t well stocked and invites the attention of everyone about to furnish a home. Also oil cloths , matting , rags , mats , etc. Do not'forget the number , No. 4O1 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. Telephone 163. o. j : Real Estate Broker and Dealers Council Hlufnt Ofilco , Masonic Temple. Oinulia Office , No 111 North 16th street. Particular attention given to In venting fund * for non resi dent * . Special bargalni In lot * A acre property In Omaha & Coun cil Blufh. Correspondence nolle * Itcd. Swanson Music No. 329 Broadway Council Bluffa ESTEY PIANOS , CAMP & CO.'S PIANOS , ALSO PIANOS OF OTHER MAKES. Estey Organs , Gamp& Co.'s ' Organs and Western GottageOrgans A few comments regarding the Estey Pianos. In every civilized country on the globe the name of Est y is a household word with lovers of music ; it is a guuranteo For the exquisite quality of tone in musical instruments , bearing the name that com mands confidence , admiration and enthusiasm. GARDEN HOSE , * Steam , Gas and Water Pipe NEW YORK PLUMBING COMPANY , No 552 Broadway , - Council Bluffs , Iowa Mttll Orders Shipped tV >