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THE DAILY BEE-TUESDAY , JULY 7 , 1885.
Indents ol the Day "at the Capital of
foe Slate ,
Fragments from tbo Records of
Things and Men ,
More Consnn Notes Tlio Bnprcmo
Court Ucsnmca Its Session
AT THR STATH CAPITAL.
IIEJI3 AtlOUr TO\VV. \
Reported by The UKE'S Bureau.
LINCOLX , Nob. , July G. As snon as
soon as the copying In the census oflica Is
completed the county clerks will receive
the ciilclal enumeration of their counties ,
which wilt probably bo nbnnt tha first of
September. Ono nnn in Siundern coun
ty gave Into the enumerator that ho
had expanded $1,100 in fencing
an eighty aero tract this year.
Another from the eamo county outdoes
them all , Ho plvcs the canto of death of
a child as "korossno and bronchitis. "
The celebration at DAvld Oily piseod
off quietly and pleasantly , without acci
Major Franklin , accompanied by his
children and a son of Major Burr , will
start this week on n fishing oxcnrclon to
Spirit Lake , to bo absent about a week
or ten day : .
Hiram Polly , a prominent farmer liv
ing three miles nrmth of Raymond , has
nont to a friend In the city sample of
twelve acres of timothy , the seoi of
which ho sowed last August. It meas
ures four feet In height with about a five
Inch head and nil I harvest at least two
tons to the aero. There ii n fine stand of
rod clover on the grounds. Ttio blue
grass regions of Kentucky canshow noth
Mrs. Meliok , wife of the sheriff , Is stll ]
Henry Hoagland Is getting up a syndi
cate to purchase twenty-six sections of
land in Keith connty. "There's millions
in It. "
Jiutloa Cochrano was very busy nil day
yesterday bringing violators of the law to
justice , it balng n fag end of the Fourth
of July bunch. Moit of them were fined
$1 and coatt , balng plain drunks.
The rye crop Is about all cared for and
farmers are getting ready for wheat , of
which n great deal Is lodged , owing to
tha heavy rains of late.
Mr. Clark's clasi at the Presbyterian
Sunday school , will give a social in the
masonic temple on Thursday evening
noxt.Mr. . anil MM. Henry Kolfar entertain
the BaptLsi social at their reaidcnco this
The Baptist church people will hold a
basket picnic on the 10th lust.
The Baptists have decided to build
now church edlfico on the site now occu
pied by them , the cost not to excaed
$20,000 nor to bo less than $15,000.
They will commence work in October
Workmen are busy on St. Paul's
Methodist church , placing etatnod glass
and other who completing the struturo
for the dedicatory services , which will
begin on the 16th of August.
Among the rtiy'a prominent arrivals
wore : E , A. Bowman , Rod Cloud ; L.
F. Brltt , Nebraska City ; Richard Hobbs ,
Qnlnoy ; G. Boleson , Seward ; W. L.
Harding , Nebraska City ; Walt M. Soo-
Jey , Bennett ; T. W. Harvey , J. R. Eng-
hurg nnd wife , Burlington ; L. Miller ,
Fremont ; Charles E. Howlt , Divld City ;
Will Ladgerwood and wife , Chlcigo ; J.
M. R'.chards , Omaha ; Goonjo E Hess ,
Philadelphia ; Capt. Palmer , Plattimoutb ;
Judge Maxwell , Fremont ; 0. Jackson ,
Kosrnoy ; H. Jefferson , J. M. Campbell ,
E. H. Reynold ; , Omaha ; J. H. Mason ,
Springfield , 0 ; G. E. Marston , York ;
T. A. Burke , Bltto Springs ; J. J. Jensen ,
H. Stnrdevant , Geneva ; J" . Banan , Crete ;
F. A. Sldelh , Bonnatt.
H. 0. Owen , brother-in-law of Perkins
brothers , hai moved hero with his family
and becomes aparmanent resident.
A follow with too ranch Crj-witor un
dertook to abase everybody at the How
ard houBo. Ho was promptly arrested
and placed In the ooolor.
The snpramo courb rosumss its sitting
Fcrconal ana Cither Items of an Jn-
A largo force of mechanics left St.
Paul yesterday for this city , to commence
work on the now depot that is to bo
creeled hereby the Chicago , Minneapolis ,
SL Paul & Omcha company. They will
probably break ground for the building
J. , H. Arthur , joint ogent at Qnlnoy ,
III. , for the West Shore and ifooeao
Tunnel fast freight lines , was in the city
yesterday and went west on the Union
iVaclCo last evening ,
' The Chicago , Minneapolis , St. Paul &
Omaha road will bring into Omaha some
tlmo to-day , twelve car lords of fat cattle
from Wayne county for the Omaha stock
Edward Maloy , a citizen of North
Bond , was run ever Saturday night at
Llncon by a freight train and had both
logs cat olFabsvo the knees ,
j J. J. Dickey , Buporlntendont
rf'pi telegraph for the Union Pa
cific , and n. E. Johnson , super
intendent of construction , wont toLoven-
worth Sunday nighty Mr. Dickey will
meet Col. Olowry , general superlutcn-
dent of the Western Union Telegraph
company thorj , and together they will
make a tour of the western district.
0. S. Blaclimn , for tovoral years trav
eling agent ot the Union Paclfio company
at Buffalo , Now York , has been trans
ferred to Indiinapolls , Indiana , to take
charge of the territory recently made
vacant by the death of A , S , Burgess.
George W. IllbUsrd , late general passenger >
songer and ticket agent of the Canadian
Pacific xoad , has been appointed general
agent of the Union Paclfio and the Iowa
trunk lines , -with headquarters at Sydney ,
Now South Wales.
The Union Paclfio has appointed J. W.
Reynolds its Now York agent , vice J , P.
Wyluy , resigned , hia headqnarteis to be
BtNo. 287 Broadway.
The Injunction war between the Chicago
cage , Burlington & Qalncy and the Chicago
cage , Minneapolis , St. Paul & Omaha
roads , over n right of way along the
river blufl , from Farnam around to C li-
rifrnla ) street , has been temporarily laid
on the eholf. Jadgo Neville could not
hear the arguments yesterday , therefore-
continued the case for ono week.
Tlio leave of absence granted Col ,
Hf pry A. Morrow , of the Twenty-first
Infantry , has been extended three dayn ,
The annual derailment rifle compoii *
lion , between the selected marksmen of
this department , will tnko place on the
rifle range at Fort Onuhn , Nob. , under
the supervision of Major Guy V. Henry ,
Ninth cavalry , Inspector of rifle practice ,
commencing Tuesday , August 4 , next.
Post commanders will send the en-
llstoi competitors from the posts
under their command to the
department rlflo camp , near Fort Omaht ,
Nob. , In tlmo to ropoit to Captain Evan
Miles , Ttronty-first Infantry , commandIng -
Ing that cnmp , August 3 , next. The de
scriptive Hat of every enlisted man sent
to tlila camp will be mailed to Captain
Miles , nnd each onllsUd competitor will
bo required to take with him. his rifle ,
dress and fntlguo uniform and equip
ments complete , Including his field cart
ridge belt and bedding.
2 The following nro detailed for duty
at the department rifle camp In connec
tion with the annual department rlflo
competition , and \rlll report In person to
Captain Evan Miles , Twenty-first Infan
try , commanding that camp , on the 20th
Firat Lieutenant Lewis Merrlam ,
Fourth Infantry ; Second Lieutenant
Charleu R. Noyes , Ninth Infantry ; Second
end Lieutenant Charles G. Morton. Sixth
Infantry ; Second L'outonnnt Charloa U.
Cochran , Seventh infantry.
0. S. Stwra nn3 wife , of Chicago , nro
Rtiesta at the 1'axton ,
J. II. Hosier , a prominent stock man
Cnrlitle , I'd. , la at the 1'axton.
Gco. P , Pratt , of YorV , is amouf ; yester
day's arrivals at the Millard.
J. H. Pratt , wife and daughter , 'of Sum
mer llill , nro giioata at the Millard.
Mr. French left yesterday for Palaskl , N.
Y , , on business. He will begone n month ,
B. W. tiimeral BUrl * thia week for n vaca
tion trip to Ohio and other eastern states ,
J , E , Baker , Dayton ; 0. I * Burke , Grand
Iiland ; C. P , Bantow , Chicago ; Jan.es Me-
Mulloi ) , Crcaton , nro at the Arcade.
Mr. Dick Hunkln , of Beatrice , has come to
Omaha to locate permanently , nnd will ac
cept a position with the Omaha National
Mr. Nathan Ilosowator , of Cleveland , Ohio
Is In the city visiting hia brother Mr , I' . Hose
wator. Ho expects to remain hero n day 01
Mr. and Mrs. James G. Aglar , of St. Louts ,
are guest ? at the Paxton. Mr. Aglar is general
oral agent for the Union Pacific railroad com
pany at St. Louis ,
] 2. Slarscrnan and family ; Lyman Ilichard
son and family left yesterday for Spirit Lake ,
low * , to spend the summer. Got. A , llong
land and family wiltgo to-day ,
V. E. Whitmans , treasurer of JJoyd'a
Open house , and wife loft Sunday after
noon for Chicago , on a visit to Mre. Whit-
moro's parents. They will be absent Eovcral
weeks , and will probably vltit New York be
fore their return ,
Mrs , A , B. Davenport and her four children
left last Thur&day for Elmira , N , Yl , where
they will spend the Bummer. A slightly sorrowful
rowful look bedecks the countenance of Clerk
Davenport as It looms up from behind the
Millard Hotel desk.
J' Donalioe , J. E , Dunlap , Holdred ge ; W.
Bays , Valparaiso ; Jamea Wilson , BnrllnR-
Lon ; J. P. Jlsckabaugli , Malvern ; 13. S.
Crocker , Byron Lesiian , Evanston ; .J
Byrnes , Piedmont , Wyo. ; B. P. Ehea , J. O.
Savon , Cedar IlapidsA. ; E. Eastman , Wood
ufl ; B. II. Clark , Minneapolis , are nt ( ho
At the Metropolitan : W. J. Martin , W.
' . Porter , Wayne , Neb , ; G. M. Saratroj Sew-
trd , Neb. ; I. M. Buster , II. Burden and I.
5. Konnio , Han Francisco , Cat , ; J. Wilson ,
tfow York City ; M. D. Townsend , Conneout ,
) hioF. ; Baxter , Philadelphia , Pa. ; J. S.
, indfl ! , Illcginsvllle , Mo. ; J. T. Smith , Lan-
lowe , N. H.
Mr. F , F. Freeman , one of the most pop1 *
liar traveling men that ever carried a grip
rat of Chicago , is in the city , having spent
Saturday and Sunday with friends hero , Ho
s a jolly , good-natured , whola-Bouled fellow ,
tnd ho haa many friends In Omoba who willie
io pleased whenever ho can make It conven-
ent to call upon them ,
At the Metropolitan : James Ghaso , A. L.
flail and wife , and John Winter , Lincoln ,
STeb , ; I. Phillip ? , New York ; John Smith ,
Dinciunati , 0 , ; J , M Strahan and son , Mal-
, 'oru ; Gooiga Kingsworlu and William Liv
ngston , Sioux City , la. ; P. Uolbrsofc , Bos-
ion ; W. G. Thomson , 0. E. Lullenberger ,
jlemvood , Iowa ; John Brown , Hamburg ;
Oharles S. Madden , DCS Molnes ; J. E ,
Smith , Washington , D. C.
0. C. Ifulett , cashier at the Millard hotel ,
eaves thia week for a visit to hia old homo in
\drian , Mich. The visit will bo a source of
; rcat pleasure to Mr. Hulott , who has not
icon ' 'tho old folks at homo" for two lung
roars. During his residence in this city ho
tag gathered around him a large circle of
rieuds who will be loth to spare him , oven
'or a few weeks , but the ties of kindred are
itrong nnd draw him back to BOO tlioso who
ire nearest to him. No doubt a right royal
volcomo awaits him in Adrian , where bis
riends and old csioclates are legion ,
The second organ racltal , of a eodca
; Ivon by Will T. Tabor , at the First
Congregational church , will occur thia
ivoulng. Following is the programme tote
to observed :
Overture "William Tell , " Rossini
( Transcribed by Buck , )
fa Canon , FSharp Merkel
s b Serenade , . , . Half
( ( Trnscnbed by W. T. Tabor. )
Overture In G Wely
fa Andante , No. 2 Smart
s b "Abonliod , " Schumann
t , ( Transcribed by Van Kyken )
I'rocosaional March Whitney
Specimens of tlio Ore ,
Mr , J , W. Horse , general passenger
gent of Ilia U. P. company , haa re-
elvod specimen chunks of ere from the
icw gold discoveries near nun ting tor.
? hey are very fine and rich. It la also
lecerned that the ere has at aomo period
n the distant past been cooked by vol-
aulo upheavals , there f ere IB easily milled.
In expert baa been sent to the mines ,
> nd on his i opart the railroad company
rill determine what action to taka.
Sao the Ouulm Lumber Co. bsforebny-
AT A 1UROAIN.
Choice IIouss and Lot : 0 roomi ; par *
usb , § 3,150. BEIL & MCOANDLISU ,
1511 Dodge St.
Regular monthly meeting Pioneer
[ look and Lidder Co. No. 1 , Tuesday
July 7cb , 8 p. m. All members , aotivo
ind honorary , requested to bo present.
ED. O , RYIEY , Seo'y ' ,
The Attorn&ys & Commence Their Argu
ment in Ihe Ballarti I'asc ' ,
Expert Witnesses on the Insanity
l-lon. Kxumin Farther , oti
The Itillard murder trial was rconmtd
yesterday morning before Judge Novillo.
By special permission of the court each
sldo waa permitted to recall to the wit
ness stand ono expert physician for fur
ther examination on the question of In
sanity , The prosecution brought op Dr.
Dmow and the defense Dr. Spauldlng.
IIo was placed on the eland first , and a
hypothetical question propounded to him ,
which covered , or WMJ Intended at loaU
to coyer , all the pnlnta in the case that
had been brought out by the testimony
of other witnesses. The following Is In
substance the question that was naked by
Gon. O'Brien :
In the caoo of a man who has reached
the meridian of life , and who for eighteen
yoira had been In the habit of drinking
Intoxicating liquor at Intervals of _ tlmo ,
to excess , and who has an appetite for
alcoholic stimulants occurring verp fto-
quontly , periodically , and with a con
stant liability to periodical oxascerb&tlona
when altogether uncontrolable , and who
for Qiid eighteen years had boon In the
habit of going on periodical paroxismal
debauches of drnnltonnois , lasting for
from ono to two wcek'a duration ; that
duting euch drankon debauches , ho would
sometimes bo morojo and fretful , dis
gusted with himself and dissatisfied with
all aronnd him ; and than again would bo
boisterous , quarrelsome and abnaivo to
all persons with wham ho came in con
tact , making no exceptions aa between
his best friends or strangers ;
that after such dobancheo ho
would return to his business
and remain nufliolontly free from the Influence -
fluonco of liquor ao as to bo able to dis
charge the antics required of him as an
employe , and would conduct his business
In a capable manner , for , from ono to
three months at a time ; that if when ho
waa about ( going on ono of thoeo drnnkou
debauches he ehonld call his omployo out
of bed In the early morning and inform
him that ho was going to got drunk ; that
if after the lapse of about three days' de-
biuch , and while under the influence of
liquor , ho should declare , "I will make i
hot for some of them , " and shortly afto
pulled out a revolver nnd presentedtin
same at a friend or associate who wa
with him at the time , and between whom
there waa nothing bat the boat of feeling ,
and irlthout any cauao whatever shouli
snap the revolver three timoa ; that 1
about two days after this occnrronci
his employer should discharge him ; thtv
on the next day after bis dlecharga hi
should stay about the premises , walk up
to the man and shoot the man dead ; thu
jftor firing tbo fatal shot ho forcibly re
sisted these who attempted to take the
pistol from bira , and say ho had killed
the and was ghd of It ; done It to
mvo the Dimon family , etc. , otc. What ,
Doctor , do you eay as to a pcraon of that
kicd possessing the mental capacity to
premeditate and deliberate upon the tak-
ug of a human lifo 1
To this Dr. Spauldlng answered in sub
ilanco as follows : Such a man would
lot have the mental capacity to promedl-
: ate and deliberate upon the killing of a
luman being ; he would not bo able to
letermino between rlghb and wrong ; ho
vonld at the time of the killing bo suffer
ng under an attack of dlpaomania.
Dr. Barrow was then called by the
iroaecation , and about the same question
ran pnt to him. His answers were dl-
ectly opposite to thoaoof Dr. Spauldlng.
At Imlf-pist 11 o'clock , Mr. Baldwin
ipencd the argument. Ho spoke about
lalf an hour when a receaa was taken
mill 2 o'clock.
When court convened in the afternoon
Jr. Baldwin resumed bis talk to the
ury , continuing it until after 3 o'clock.
Vhen lie had concluded , Mr. Burkott ,
mo of the oouneol for defendant , began
nd spoke until half-past 5 o'clock , when
ourt adjourned until 9:30 : this morning.
Gen. U'Brlon and prosecuting attorney
Jstolle will speak to-day. It is expected
hatthociao will go to 'tho jury aomo
line this afternoon.
"Oats on the Roof. "
"Jadgo , I want to envoir ont a cnm
ilaint ageinst a conplo of men who have
icen bruising mo up , " and as Michael
Jernuaa addressed Judge Stonborg yes
uday bo stood poised on ono foot and
ookcd contemplatively at bis many
"How did it hcppon ? " inquired Judge
! . "Well , you sect about midnight last
iaturday night my wife woke mo up and
old mo that she heard noltcs on the
oof end thought there might bo cats
hero. I went out doors and found a
ian there. I told him to come down ,
iefora I could save myself ho jumped off
ho roof on to mo and commenced beat-
ag mo , Then his brother came Into the
ard nnd also pitched Into mo. Tiiolr
, amos are August and William Hardoroh"
Gornnsa would say nothing of the
auso or provocation of the alleged at-
aok. The two men will ba arrested and
Ivon an opportunity of tolling their aide
f the story. MeanwhileGornuss will
o more careful when prospecting for
atson the roof ,
no l Estate Transfer * .
The following transfers were filed July
d , with the county clerk , and reported
> r tbo BEE by Ames' Real Estate agency :
Jacob Hoi let and wlfa to Gustavun W
laagonson , vr d , lot 5 , blk 1 , and lot G ,
Ik 1 , Klkhorn ; $350.
Andrew J Qanscom and nlfo to Arthur
Davenport , lot 18 , blk 2 , 13 an a com
'lace ' , Omaha ; ? G50.
David N Miller ( sheriff ) to Spoonor R
[ owoll , sherlil' deed , n48 rods , lot 4 ,
jo 23 15 13 e , § 24,200.
John Ohmtophorcon and wlfo to Mrs
ilrzlo Cole , wd , lot 7. blk 10 , Kountzo's
th add to Omaha ; S700.
Court OullliiK ,
Tbo colecratod case of Abraham Pool
> . the West Point Butter and Ohoeso
isoclatlon , was up before Judge Dnndy
* ain ycstotdiy long cnoogh for him to
rint the plaintiff a replioatlou to the
nawor of all the defendants.
Judge Wakeloy Is giving his attention
ow to the cjSB of Gsintnor va the Oma-
a Belt Line Railroad company , which It
n trial before him. It Is a suit for
amagie , which pleintlffcUlms by reason
f defendants trick obstructing the street
i front of cud around his premises at
10 corner of Thirteenth and California
[ reels. It is nnderstood that this Is to
) bo u test oasj for all the property
wncrs along the streets where eald rail
road runs. Mr. Gsantner places bis
dambges at $3,000. The jury wont ont
yesterday and made a personal Inspect/on /
of the situation. T
Judge Diindy issued an order yester
day to the effect that Unllod States Dep
uty Marshal Allen and Mr. H , Lowy
mint show cause by noon to-day why
they should not return to Gallaud Bro'a
the goods replcvlncd from thorn last
THIEVING TRAMPS ,
They Hntcr Pnt Hughes' Barn ana Got
Avrny With Homo Clothing Ono
of the OatiRShor.
Yesterday afternoon six thlivlog tramps
wont into Pat Hughes' barn , on Mason
street , and stela therefrom a suit of cloth-
Ing. When Pat cimo homo In the even
ing and learned oE Ik ho tracked thorn to
the Union Paclfio depot , but they had
managed to get on the the out-going train
and were just leaving town. A telegram
was cent to the constable at
South Omaha and &lio ta an
officer at Paplllion to arrest
and hold the gang. The constable In
South Omaha succeeded la capturing
four and taking them off at the packing
house , but before Sheriff Miller could
got ready to start out there after them ,
the constants telephoned that they had
escaped from htm and were gone. Norm
was received hler from Paplllion , stating
that the officer there ivai successful In
capturing the other two , but had to shoot
ono of them. When the officer
got on the train they jumped off and
started to run away. Ho commanded
them to stop , but they pild no attention
to the command. Finally n shot was
fired , which struck ono of ttoaa and laid
him out , then the other threw up h
hands also. The namoa of the gang coul
not ba learned hero.
A lively case held Judge Sienborg
attention In polica court yesterday n :
tcrnoon , Saturday night Officer Wio
land arrested a young man named Thorn
as P. Morris at the Southern hotel
against whom ho entered a charge of dls
turblng the peace , by being intoxicated
Morris stood trial and brought in severs !
wltnes03 to prove that the officer wa :
much drnnkor then ho , an
also to provo that thcro hac
been no disturbance of th
piece on his part. A lot of boardorj , all
nationalities and grades of condition , hai
boon celebrating the great national holi
day and when they got together In th
evening there was much loud inlking
both In the office and afc the supper ta
ble. Woilan teloctod Norria out from
among the others and run him In. H
wai fined $5 and the costs of the case.
A Rcgnlar Knooli-Out.
Tao prlza nlugging mill at O'Neil Sat
urday night between Ed Miller , of this
city , and Pat McN&lly , a local champion
of O'Nell , resulted In r. grand victory for
the Omaha boy. In three rounds Mil
ler knocked him out of time , and when
the referee refused to give him the fight
jlao knocked the referee to kingdom come
araomo other seaport. The affair Is
iald to have been very exciting.
A.C first they proposed to give merely a
Friendly exhibition , and dlvido both the
itakos , $250 a side , and the door money ,
3ut It seema that McNally had made up
its mind to got away with Miller.
Befora they started in acnn of Miller's
'riends learned what was In the wind and
rornod him to look out. Sure enough ,
vhen they received the word McNally
vent for Miller like a mad elephant , but
le had pnt himself up against tha wrong
The Day on the Turf.
BRIGHTON BEACH , July C. Thodoy'a racing
i vents were :
Vital raca Thieo quarters of a mile , two-
ear olds ; Bessie B won ; Urscline Nun , sec-
nd ; Welcome , third. Tlmo , l.isi.
Second race Seven-eighths of a mile ; Car-
[ inal HcOlosky won ; Hotachimio , second ;
llddlo , third. Time , 1.29J.
Third race Saven-olghths of a mile : Mart
Joorhem won ; Pilot , second ; Nimbtefoot ,
bird. Time , 1,30.
Pourto race -One and ono-eighth miles ;
jillloU won ; Carloy B , second ; Girolh , third.
Pirne , 1.61J.
Fifth race Mile and a quarter , oil agoa ;
it , Paul won ; Byron CIOJB , uoconJ ; Ecuador ,
bird. Time. 213.
Sixth race Mile ; George SIngerly won ;
lopedale , second ; Arcomc. third. Time ,
A man , giving his name na W. R , 01-
locker , W B hold up yesterday afternoon
loirn near the river by Barney McCanc ,
> nd robbed of 83. McOuno was arrested
nd thrown into j ill , and Oldccker hold
o f.ppoar against him this morning ,
W. Williams nnd Charles White , two
> ad boys , were captured and caged last
voning for stealing a lot of lead pipe.
GA1NS ! ! !
3rnnd GlCArlngfinlo of Millinery nnd
Human Hair Goods.
Atkinson's , the acknowledged loading
jllllnory and hair goods emporium ,
fcelghton block , Fifteenth street , south
f the postoflico , notwithstanding their
ugo trade this season , find tbat their
tock Is yet immense for this season of
ho year , and have concluded to offer the
amo at prices tbat will reduce it. Every-
ody In need of millinery , 'hair ' goods ,
orsoU , gloves , hoopsklrts , bustles , fans ,
ices and fancy goods can save money by
iving us an early call.
N , B. Ladles' shampooing and hair
rcsalngn specialty , and all kinds of hair
ooda made to order , and. guaranteed ai
3 quality , workmanship and price * equal
' not euperlor ti any eastern inannfuct-
Mall orders solicited and promptly
ATKINSON A Co. ,
' /olghtcn Block , Fifteenth atraot , south
of the postoflico.
"W. "a A. " '
The regular monthly mooting of "Tho
Roman's Cbrlstain Association" will ba
eld at the rooms , 10th andjFarnam Sts. ,
'aeiday ' at 2:30 : p. ta. All tha mcmberi
ro earnestly Invited to bo present , as
ujlnoja of Impirtanca will bo brought
ofora the meeting for discussion.
A majority of the mlUinniy stores have
greed to close their places of builneM at
o'clock for tha sammor season. It is
oped the early closing of millinery stores
rlll bo permanent , as the dry gooda
tores , Will tha BEE or somn kind
carted person takp no this matter and
resent It to the public ] A MILLINER
MONEY MAKING ,
A Trio Arrested atEiira for SbOTing
Now Lodged In the Council UlnCTi
Ltst evening Deputy United States
Marthal McCroary nnd ex-ShcriT ( Conn-
rardy , of Andubon county , arrived In
Council Bluffs with three prisoners , Alva
Trlpp , GoorgQ Goodwolland G , 0. Craij ,
who wcro arrested at Extra , Audnbon
county , Iowa , for passing counterfeit sil
ver dollar ? . It Is slid that they have
been working Atlantic for some days ,
and there managed to got rid of n
goodly number of these counterfoils ,
which were so horrible nn Imitation of
the coinage of ' 82 , M to make it almost
Impassible to pass thorn on nny business
man , except In n dusky light.
Tlio trio wcro at Extra on the Fourth ,
and succeeded thereIn passing about
twenty of them. Ono of the follows
bought a plaia of cider of
Connraruy , and gave ono of
the counterfeit dollars In payment. .
Connrardy took it , and then proceeded
to "pipe oil" the party , and noon had the
evidence against thorn , on gaining which
ho arrested the throa. On ono ot them
two of the counterfeit dollars were found ,
All three are said to llvo In or near At
lantic , and they have bcon before the
court ct other times , but for lessor
offenses. Craig was in the Audnbon jail
at the tlmo the Jollcraon murderers were
taken out and hung. Trlpp was ar
rested some time ago for running off
mortgaged horse , and the general rcpnta
tion of these two , especially , is rather un
savory. On being brought before Uultoi'
States Commissioner Frank Hunter tho.
pleaded not guilty , and their examinations
tions were set for next week , ball In oac'
case being fixed at $2,000. They conli
notglvo bill and woio cent to jail.
THE BLUFFS OOUUOIL ,
TlioKcgnlnr Grind of Koutfno Bust
The city council hold Its rcgula
monthly mooting Init evening.
The city engineer presented profiled o :
the proposed uow gindo ot Benton , Har
rieon and Second atrcots. Ilefeired to
: oramltteo of the wholeto moot Thurs-
3ay afternoon at 4 o'clock at the clly
talldlng to confer frith property orrnera ,
Among the bills presented were nome
'or lumber , amounting to ever $700. It
loomed a myatery na to what had been
lone with 89 mush lumber In ono month ,
vhen city improvements nro at aitand
itill. The committee will Investigate.
J. J. Blias'complained ot the alley in
ho roar of the city buil Ingo an n unLs-
mco. Referred to board of health.
Petition of property owners asklngthat
aeant lota on Filth avenue r-otwoen
fonth and Eleventh atroota bo filled to
; rado and. abate nuisance , wna referred
o cornmlttoo on health.
The ordlnnnco providing for an exton-
lon of the llmlto of the Improvement din
rict was passed.
The property owners of lotu abutting
n the alley between Seventh and Eighth
venues , and between Eighth and Ninth
treota to fill the same to grade within
The old dispute about the scales at the
iterjoctfon of Main nnd Pearl streets ,
smo up agnin , and was referred to the
Ity attorney , the city wolghmaster being
Tha petition for a water main on Av-
nuo . catt of Oakland nvcnuo was
It was expected tbat the council would
iko some sensational action regarding
iio police and fire departments , but the
flolo evening wo a taken np iu the con
gelation of mettcra of minor Import-
nco , end routine bnalnees.
AK INJIJNOTfOir ,
-notlicr.aiov.j in tlio StrugKle fur the
Council BhilTa Ohlol-
Yesterday afternoon the old chief of
10 Council Blnffr fire department , C.
Walters , secured bofriro Judge Aylea-
orth a temporary writ iif Injunction re
training tha no trly-ohcted chief , C.\pt.
> . F. Etcher , from noting in that
GotHoagland'd figures on yoflr Inmbcr
111 , whether you buy of him or not , and
ou will save money.
Ifnl foil in tlio Neck ,
Sensational roporla wora received hero
eaterday from North Platte of a doa-
erato encounter at that plaoo , Sunday
Ight , between L , Tucker , a no'.ed cow-
oy andsaloonlst and a gang of toughs ,
ho report nay a that Tucker was very
adly cut In the nock and not expected
> llvo. Particulars of the affair could
ot be ascertained.
IN THE PASTRY
, etc. , flavor CaJ JJ.
i tlellciitcly nnd luiti
ully in ( lie n UH I'rom n lilch they lire miidn ,
Oil STRENttTII AND THUE rilUIT
FLAYOU T IIE1T STAh'D ALONL' .
PDIPARCO BY THI
Price Baking ; Powder Co. ,
! llcc 0 , III , Ot. Louis , Mo.
st. Prlca's Cream Baking Powder
r. Price's Lupulin Ycnst Oemo ,
lle.t Ilry IIoi > Ycuit.
1VE JUKE DVT OXB QVAUTX.
THE CHEAPEST PLAGE IN OMAHA TO BUY
Ono of he Bsstfand Largest fitocka iu the United Stafeos
To Select From
NO STAIRS TO CLIMB ,
ELEGANT PASSENGER ELEVATOH
WHKN SOLICITED TO INSURE IN OTIIBU COMPANIES ,
Remember Thes © Bmoottant Facts
Tfie iulual Life insurance Companv
OF HEW YOEK.
I. tt a the OLDEST acttro Ufa In < uraaco Coimuny In thlicounlrv.
I ! . It Istho Ti\UQESV Lllo Imur nco Company by nndy millions ot dollars In the world. '
S. Its rules of premiums mo LOWKU than llioao ol any othoj company. '
4. It has no "stockholJor8"tocI lm any | ut ol Its profits. "
6. H offers no SCHEMKd unJor the naino of Insuranoo for speculation by epoch ! chases upon tha
B.-H8 present Malhblo CASH niaoUUCES exceed those of any other Life Injurinca Company In tha
world. - > -ji ij
It has receded In cjsh from all sources , from February. 1843 , to January , 1SPR , ? 270t02,6E4co ;
It has returned to the people , In cash , from February , 1813 , to January , 1SS6 , ? 21P,034S11.00.
Itscash Assetsontho let ol January , 1885 , amount toTtnoro than
W. P. ALLEN , & FERGUSON ,
GoncrnlApent for Gen. A tg. for
Nebraska , Dakota , Colorado , Wyomins nnd Michigan , Indiant , Illinois , Wisconsin , Iowa
Utah. and JllnnoBota ,
Office Cor.rnrnam and 13th St.0vcr IstNat'l ' , Detroit , Mlcliigan ,
' Bank , Omaha , Neb M. P. nOHHEK. h
Special ARcut for Iowa , Council Bluffs , Iowa
at i ICCK , 1'rjg , & Supt. a. r. N. SADLKH , Asst. Eng it. w. DIAMOND , Asst. Sec
MISSOUBI VALLEY BRIDGE AND IRON WORKS
OFFICE A\D WORKS LEA.VEWORTU , KAXSAS.
Mau'fg's and DuilJcie o
WrongutlroL Steel , Howe
Trus3 and Oombinatlou
Per Itallroads and lllghways
Turn Tabloa , Draw Spans , Roe
TiUjBO ? , I'iciB and Substructure -
structure ) ) .
PllOPIUETORS j . '
A. UcIiOtith , Accnt. I
II. A. Wise , "
ui uitiij of all briJ J work to let. Corrospdadenoa solicited from engineers and br
.Dyspepsia ' 'ana/ ' /
Wasting Diseases } ]
Positively Relieved and Ifatttti
HIS WHISKBT SHOULD BE FOUND ON THE SIDEBOARD OP EVERY FAMILY
IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE. ENTIRELY FREE FROM FUSEL OIL.
> O NOT BI DKCEIVKD. Jinny Druggists and Grocers who do not h.nvo DiiITy'B Paro'
lalt tVlilxkcy in Htock , attempt to palm off oncustomers , wlilskey of tuelrownbottllrtg , which' '
! lng of an Inferior &rado and adulterated , pays them n larger profit. . , - > f >
5KFOR DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY , AND * TAKE NO'OTHER
SOLD BY ALL FIRST-CLASS DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS. "
md us your address and wo 17111 mail book containing valuable information. Sample Quart JJottlef
nt to any address in the United States ( East of the Rocky Mountains ) , securely f ached in plain
ite , Express charges prepaid on receipt of S&L. t3. or Six Bottles sentfor } < 3.C9C2
IUFFY.MALT WHISKEY CO. ; Baltimore , Md , , IU.
" " ' ' ' " '
3 , H , T , CLARKE DRUG COMPANY.
409 and 1411 Douglas stWen8rej' ' &
LARGEST STOCK OF WINDOW CLAQS IN THE WEST.
ESTIMATES ON PLATE CLASS GIVEN.
[ Manufacturer ! of Ornamental
Dwrnti trindawi , Window dpi , UeUUIoBky.TJihti. to. Tin , Iron tad lUte EUofuf ,
HI South ISM atre tOnnh , K k. Voik don * In inr pulo tjie oonnlrj.
Edney & Gibbon
iTEEL HEAVY HARDWAR
IVayon StocJt antl Hardwood
1817 and 1219 JLcavenworth Sf ,
Solicit the attention ot cash and prompt time
) uyers , Will duplicate eastern wholesale prices ,
laying freight to Omaha ,
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