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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1890)
THE OJfJLHA DAlLiiT BlflJ ? , SUNDAY , J UL.r . 13 , IBDO.-SJXTJWEiV PAGJES.
TJIE OMAHA. JHSE
OFFICE , NO. 12 PKAIIL , ST.
/Icltvcrt-d / liy Carrier In any pint of the Clly.
II. W. TUTON , MAXAOf.lt.
fliiMncMOnicp , I\'o.-in , .
NlRht Wltoii Xo.SI.
N. V. 1' . Co.
Council UlulTs Lumber Co. roil.
Ttin barbers' ' wnr is practically ended anil
nil the Hliops will k ) opeii today.
J. C. IJcIIiivcn look out nbuildinR permit
j-catcrclny for the erection of a $ v'UOO , rcsl-
cleiuo on Weit Broadway.
A immclcsH Httlo wnlf a led at the homo of
the Irli-ixlless yesterday ntul vlll be burled
this afternoon ut 1'iilrvlow ceinetrry.
Tlio Slmbort ( iwrtutlc tmlvodat the Clinu-
tnufjua grounds hut uvenhiK and will appear
thin afternoon in one of their splendid con
pAcnsoof diphtheria WIM rrnoi-Uil to the
bourd of health yesterday. The victim is
Kclcllo Or.iham , the oleven-yourold son ot O.
W. ( Irariain , on Avenue I-1.
Hubert Itusicls , the Infant son of Mr mill
Mrs. W J. Luutorwa-ssor , < llcd yesterday
tiftornoon. The Jiiiiornl will tnko place at 4
o'clock twlny froia the rwlcleiico , 1W North
Klfjlith street ,
Two o ( the Intnatcq of a bagnio nccupiud
the attention of Jud o Helmiv.'court ycster-
day mo ! til n ; ; , They \vero \ Hello Clover imd
Mfiuilo Ieo , and the forniT liad tlio Inttcr
arrested for stealing nlot of baby clothes ,
'J'horo will bo ulargo batch of ordinances in-
troducccl In the council at the meeting Mon
day night , It li repotted that each incnibor
wi'll hu\c u new ordiniinco to HUbtnlt. This
disposition to picsent new ordinances ns a
remedy for every Httlo evil Unit conies up is
haUiiK tlio cfTuutof loading clown the lojjal
machinery of the city und mnliinn the ordi
nance books too iKmUcrons for loininon use.
A largo hpiivy team altaclied to a heavy
wupon loaded wild iiiouple of tons of coke
hold temporary jmssession of Hroailwny , between -
tweon Sixtn find Seventh ntra-ts , yesterday
afternoon. The wuuon wai badly broken up
nnd thocokcwiM scntteiMl o\cc the hticct ,
about forty busliMs of it b'-itii ; deposited on
the motor ttack , c'liuslnt ? ni > liKlit interruption
of the tmlilounil a potid < le.il of work for the
conductors , who bud to sweep It off with their
Juclijc Cnrson concluded toscnilthollttlc
boy , .lohimlo HOOKOT , who was LroiiRht up
from Qlimvtood on "I-Mcliiy , to the state re
form school , Tlio facts in tbo ea o as prc-
seated to the juiltfo Indirato that Johimio's
nnturols Him hli nano , nnd that he is a per
sistent but not very sldilful pilferer. The
fattier trieil Itaru to s.ivo tlio boy from the re
form school , anil was anxious to bave him
consigned to the Institute for the fcoblo
inlnucd , claiming that the boy wni not
responsible for his actions , anil that his wetilc-
ness of mind win the cause of Ills short-coin-
The saloon kept by.Tolm Dinmncxtto tlio
Revere house \vis , closed by the police last
night. The proprietor and bis son wcta ar
rested and booked ut tbo central station
charged vlth selling Intoxicating llimors.
All the furnitnio and the bar llxturcs wcro
also taken out and stored by police orders.
The cause of the rahl was not so much for
the reason thatDu'iin was selling intoxicat
ing liquors as It was t or the fiet ; Unit he 1m
. persistently refused to comply with the po
lice regulation requiring tlio payment of a
inontlily lino. A satisfactory hoiul was
Klvcu and Dunn and his boy were permitted
to KO home und apicar foV trial tomorrow
Onoof the finest comers of Vine street ,
vhieb has become onu of the best rcslcloiico
stteols In the oily , lui located upon Jit n
liousoof ill-fatno. Tno tiliu'o is one of the
most noted of Its Idnd hi the city , nnd has
been the sccnoof murders and suicides , and
every degree of erime. The proiwrty owners
livinx nonr it havp nuulo many oilorts to have
itclobi'cl , and various new city administra
tions liiivo compiled with the request , but the
abatement of the nuisance bus been only
temporary. Thoio is a prospect now that
somelbinp will bo donoforlts suppression ,
for thu Imlles lositlini ? on the sticet and ad
joining streets iiv the vicinity huvo under
taken n cnisado upilnst it. Atttio meeting-
of tlio city council tomorrow evening they
will present a petition asking for Its suppres
sion. If the council ddcs not act favorably
upon it , the ladles will add another naino and
present itnptilu nttho nuxtmeeting , and \vill
continue to do this until the council Is com
pelled to order the closing of the ohnoxlous
Council IIIulTn , I.i.
Below wo append only a. few of the thou-
inndj of bargains to bo had , A Rlanco at the
undcrnoted will Rlvo you a rouKhldciof
wlint is Folnpon at the Uoslon Store , Counuil
Blults. From the sumo you can learn thu fact
Unit the Boston Store , Council Blnffs , is the
lending dry goods house , the house where
youcuii always pet the best value for o\ory
Uollar spent , and llnd ovorjthiiiR just as rep
resented or money cheerfully refunded.
The youngest child can trade ns veil w its
mother who has seen llftysummorsor more.
WHITE ( ! OODS Dkl'AHTAmVT ,
Impoited Swiss stripe reduced to Ue , former
price 12jo. !
Large , medluin and small pl.ild nninsoolf
12Ue , former price 17c.
Corded nnd Itico strlpo , now ofTccts , 15o ,
Uwenty-llvo difrcrent patterns In plaids ,
stripes and vheclts , lOe.
Some of tlio above tjoods retailed for aie.
Fi-encli novelties in Grecian stripes , em
press cords and sateen brocades , all to go at
ENBUOIDEUED FLOUNCING UA.K-
Lndics1 Swiss flounclngs , 40 Inches wide ,
rciluced from 91.00 to T5e. Svlss lloutielnij.
new Vundyko edge , reduced to 750 , 8."o and
$1.00. Children's ' flouncing at givatly re-
iluccd vrlces. 5Sc lloiinciiitT for i > c. 'Ci c
HounciiiK forrOcS3o flouncing for t > 9cand ,
ourl.l'J ' $ l,25 , und l.U3 goods all reduced to
Wo nro headqiiartera for ladies' ' leather
bells. Hlnck and tan leather liolis with
nickel buckle , 2.V. Dlack and coloroil per
forated bolts with gilt and niclcol buckles and
all extension clasps at JWe , lllk1 , 43o and 50e
The latest in our U.ick velvet leather belts
with lurKo slide at r > So and GOe , Usual price
500 dozen ladles' nnd children's ' Swiss
ribbed vesta , reduced from lOo to Be.
100 dozen fancy vests In iiinlr , light blue
and Nile stripe , reduced from 1'Je to l'J > o
45 dozen ladles' Egyptian llslo In four dif
ferent styles , trimmed with silk and ribbon.
reduced from S.'o to IDc , 3 for We.
US dcuon of our 5flo four thread llslo vests ,
silk trlmnml and fmicv stitch , reduced to3ac.
BOSTON TOltK ,
ITOTIIBRINGHAM , WI11TKL.AW & CO , ,
_ Leaders and promoters of low prices ,
101 Uroadwav. Counill Bluffs.
r I'.t H.l ( UtAI'JMS ,
Miss Dora Judkins of Fullcrton. 2\'ebls
visiting her cousin , Mrs , J. V , Bell.
MissKldrldgoof Ottawa , 111. , Is the guest
of Mrs. Perkins , 140 Grant street.
Mrs. P. \ \Vllliunison of Cblcairo v ho lias
been visiting Rlrs. P. M. Uault , left loat even
ing for tut nomo.
Mrs. Friedman of Danbury , Conn. , Is visit
ing friends in this city , und is tbo guest of
lira. A. M. Elwell.
Mrs , L. M. Colclauph leaves onMoiulny for
nn extended visit vlth relatives and friends
In Montreal and Quebec , Canada.
W. L. Fleming left last night for St-Joseph ,
vhero he was culled by the dangerous Illness
of his sister , ISIIss Daisy Floiuliiy , formerly ol
\V. D. JJogerson , the \Vab \ h engineer \\lio
vent through the vivck on that road a short
tlmo atjo , leaves tomorrow for several weeks'
visit In Sm-liiKlloUl , 111. Ho U still suffering
from thu Injuries ho received in the wreck ,
nnd the company has ordered him to tulio a
vacation without loss of pay ,
Regular meeting of Excelsior lodpo No.
2-V.t , Ancient Free and .Accepted Mnsons ,
Jlonday evening. Visiting brethren cortllalK
Invitcii. By order of the \V , M.
If you wish to sell your property call on the
JudcUtVclUCo.C. \ . U. JuJd , iittoldmt , COO
DON'T ' KSOW HOW TO 01CJT.
Jensus Euptrvisor Hlght and the Board of
Trade Hen Oan't ' Agree.
THE RESIGNATION OF DR. COOLEY.
TIic AVlKvnm I ulldcis TOD Slow Ki\-
\\fn\i \ \ > tf Ilin I'atrol House AIHirs-
Inr la n lit.Vltcic toVor -
Hlilp Ucucrul Nolcs.
? bo board of tr.ido at It1) ) meeting on Frl-
diiy tiifjht cooked up a close for Census Super
visor Hlght thai win scidditig hot. There
vcro present II f teen or twenty of the leadln g
juslncsi men of the city , and they made hint
ako the on tlru dose nt ono gulp. It was a
) otlon limb would remove the cuticle from
.he month ot a ruhioceroi nnd it literally
lujcd the meek and tender ccjitain. Hero is
vhat they gave him for his breakfast yciter-
dny tnoriiini ; : .
Whercis. It I * reported liy ifio supervisor ol
s fur HIP Third dlsti let or Inwu that
shu > i iHtwetn twenty-
jiio tliinisanil anil Lwnity-tuo tlioiis.incl In the
lly of Council lllntVi.amlwhcreiiH our lelionl
< 'nilis < li\v < ! l.ll ) ) ) C-niiMiif ] scliooIliKe In t Ills
lly ami tlie la t city dliuotory of Council
lluirs. lliiitiif Iv'.l , uitiliilim ( l.uOO naitii's ' < j (
> , < tn biiMlnin linns , licnilt ot families anil
lielr liiik'i'iili'iilly unplnycd , und
\UioiiMiv.Thlselty \ hncl aiioiiulatlon ol 19,0(1 ( !
iiioiinci ; : i..rir.7 In ! > - " ' . ami
Whereas , The postal rowlptjof tliu Counell
Hhitr | M > stiilco ) | for Iho ll-.cil ytar end I tin
I line in , If * ) , weioS 1,100. nncl for thcllunlyeur
ndlii.IiincUO. ) ! . Hi" . wuro t&.UUU , and fur the
Kuiil } uai'ciiMnn' ( Jnnu : , lyjJ , wcie fil.OOO ,
Whi'rpui.TliDlKinkdepiHltsIn tlie vnrloin
vinkMof Council ItlulN. la. , vcri1 ( .VI I . JO on
latiuary I. fOj Ji , 1 ,110 on Jiuin.iry I , 18t3 ,
mil \\m > i-.vi71i.il , ' on.lu 11 n , i ry I , 1MM , and
U'litwiH. 71U liiillillii liurnilt' * liiv : < ! IICHII
MiHMloy Mid city sliicu the Ttli day of IVbru-
uv. lSi ui.il
tt'lieirus It fully nnponiM from said fach
toall rcuMiiiublo men th.it tint elly of Coun
cil Id nil's Ins not leal than : > CWO iiopnlitlon ,
mil Whiroim The uiiiiuioriitlon of less than
. " .WO iicDplclii this city laiiniily | tlio ixsiiltof
jiross lneiiiiiic | > tc'iiey on the partof IIV. . Illnlit ,
tliiHiiiiorvl-or ) of tlie Tlilrcl ci'iisus district ,
and ola purtlonof thu enutauratoiiapiioliitcd
liy him , ami
\ \ ) iciu.iM'iiI < liiiatlci3uiroDrounnt \ to tlie
titlenllon nf UtMiuratlStilivrt I' , I'oilor. super-
Inlenili'iit of Ihc eluienth census.by tlio city
eutiiiill oftlio elly ofCuiinull lllittTithcboanl
< if traclu ami the petit Ion , ind iillldavlt.s of all
tlio most prominent representatives of tliu
ciiiiitni'relul anil iiiiltistilal Interisthi uf this
city , and
\vhiieasGeneralI'ortcr , anllioilzed dil II.
\V. Ill lit to retake the ccnsusln tlio < llslrkts
wliuiethoBatiKiliacl been ilcfootlicly t.ikin.
nnd Whereas , Said B. W. llljtht h.is Issuedn foolIsh -
Ish mil silly iMoulaniiitlon cllii'etliii ' ; thwo not
c'linnieratiil toeomuiip und cnunu'iato them-
wilvt'S , am )
U'luiein , The veiv system of sondlni ; out
enumerators tiitnlii : thoeeiisiis usiulopted liy
the Roveinnu'iit fi mil Its foniiclalloii n basi'd
uponlhe ull-kno\\n \ fai't tlut i 'i > ons vllt
not t.iku . tliu t lull bio to inuiiiuiululliciiis-ul\e.s
"wiicn-tu Said U.W. IHBht has refused to
order thu census riUikcn In the o llstrK'tn
Iu-iu thcMiiue has been UefeotUely tiiKcn.
NVIioreiis , Nothing Yt'linlseeu'r cnn bonceom-
lillsliecl by folliiwln Ilio stupid and foolish
plan.uloiited liy him , \vliurufoie uu It
Kesolvnl , Th.itovlllniaU1 iiotnoreolTotts
to Inue tlm eontuscorrected.IJIM eimtuit DUI-
sulvetvllh thodeeUrtitlon that tliu ccnsnsof
Coiinfll Jlliitl'Mfoi1 1VJU , l.iken uuiler tlio aiis-
pleeioC IIV. . lllglit Is false nnd fraiiiluUnt.
! inclfi > r tlm truth of this usscrtlon wo npjieil
to iieanclld public illon thu showinghuidti
111:1 ill' , anil belt fuilher
UeMiIvtcl , 'Iliat In our opinion Hie cnuincr-
utoi who oinllH nil lues trim i Ms list wliluh
| iioiiorlylolonis thuru Is in iiuicli ( julltvof
liorjitry in tlu'ono who Intentionally liiMit.s
lletitloiisiianii'S tlii'ieln ' ; and a. euiisiis fiom
which tlionsands ofnctniil iislcleiits am oiult-
lccl ! Is as f.ilscand fraiiilulunt u one In wliluh
IhoiiiiuiiU of llutltluu.s naiiios are inlciitlun-
; illi'lii- ( ' < lind ; u clili-e | iL'cllually : to do-
iiixiiicii II.V. . HlKlit , Hitpurvl-oi- of ttiu census
for Iliu 'llitrclillstilut ol Iowa , and his enum
erators In districts numbered : il | , : il8ilPEO. :
Ul.i ! : ! . : t'l tiiiiKC ! ! ( or tlio fuNu and fraudulent
census olthlic'lty , They have ItnpoKcl iipoii
oni peoilu anile will hold It. W. 1 light.and
thoeiniinorutofs of wnlil districts perbomlly
responsllilo Tor wi.tto ] > er ofiltiinaKu may ro-
Hiiltto this city from tliolr inconiiiutentaetlon.
"I am going to hnvo that sot of resolutions
clogcutly engrossed mid fnuncd , mid I will
hanuluuii In niy oftleo. " snlJ Supor\lsor
Ilight to Tun BEI : ycsterd.iy. "They sire a
perfectly brutal lot of resolutions , utterlv
devoid of decency and common sense. I inn
satlsllcdthatl huvo done my whole duty in
the matter of the census enumeration in this
city. I hmo IKOII acting Htrlebly in ue-
cotdunco with Instructions , and have bad
two of ray men running all over the city dur
ing the week , hunting up tlio mimes that
were reported. I have a letter from General
Potter under d.ito of July 7 , in which ho
says : "I think thu plan _ recommended to you
in telegram July 5 will meet the case without
oven the puithil rc-enuincratlon that the peti
tion from your rlty requested. " l'li j plan
suggested vas to keep open the schedules for
the addition of names und let the fact
bo known tnrousjli the iioivspupers ,
and that Is wh.it it did. The
petition assumed that them were
thousands of names tnlssoj. I asked them to
fjivo mo a few thousands or 1,000 , or oven
ICO. I have had two of my best men at work
all over the city , uud from all saurces ami us
the result of ourcffoits wo hnvo added just
llvo names. 1 feel turt , deeply hurt , that I
should bo mndo the object of this unwar
ranted ubu e. I never in all my llfo before
Imd as iiKinr requests ami iirbnositions to
stultify myself mid commit perjury us 1 luivo
lucl In any oao ueclcsiucol liavo had charge
o ( this work.
It is Intliniitcil tint I huTO treated the
bcurdof trade with dlsrospectanil contempt.
This is maliciously fulso. Ttioro never has
been n committee of tlio board in my oRlco ,
Ono nicinbcr ciirao In oil Monday morning
nml sukl tlio board were initialled with my
vtorlc and AUtiildlot the matterdrop. unj that
nothing finthor would bo done , Jtiiivo hud
to 11111 after thoboarJ and hunt up Individual
nietnbora , when tlio bouid pledged Itself to
work as n body to assist lu trotting a full
count. 1 Avant these resolutions preserved ,
nncl I want the men who adopted thorn to sco
thorn In future JCUH , The t > lush of shuiiio
they will brln i ? to tlielr cheelts may assist In
their redemption tot the crime tuoy have
committed atjaliibt tlio truth mid
Seine of the incmliers of the hoard of trade
A\ero \ aiked ixoout the faets In regard to handIng -
Ing In nanias of these who luul not been enu
merated. They said that some names had
been handed in hut little attention had been
luld. They had no iviiy of determining
whether the mimes ( bus given in were regis
tered or not , Tbo enumerators who hud gene
through the farce of the supjioseU eount
claimed tohavoulreuly not most of the names ,
and kept on claiming limb. This was sup
posed to bo qulto natural , as men do not like
to admit wing In error , or having neglected
duty. In tbo opinion of the woirbora keen It
was useless to attempt to get nt the
ruth , and tuny felt inclined to stand by the
resolutions and lot tlio census go to the dogs.
The only show lor getting n , fair census AVUS
to huvo a recount irade by iic\v \ men. If this
could not bo had , there was no use fooling
away tlmo drugging in names only to ho told
that these names vcro already on the list.
In some eases bonu lido names of actual resi
dents hucl been handed In , the old enumera
tors wore sent out to verify them , end re
ported that they could not Und tlieiu. Either
the parties thus named did not chance to bo
at homo when the enumerators called or the
enumerators \\cro not anxious to tlnd them
lest there should bo some proof thus es
tablished of thu inefficiency of their previous
woik. llcuco the disgust.
Dr , U.S. West , porcelain crown and bridge
work , No. 1'J I'oarf.
The Manhattan sporting headquarters , 118
Dr. Coolcy's Ilcfiljinntlon ,
Lllto a thunder clap from a clear sly came
the resignation of Dr. Coolcy as pastor of the
First Baptist church Iu this city. It was
sent to the vestry at their lust meeting and
created the most profound surprise , as there
never had been the least Intlinntloii given by
the doctor or his frloncU that his resignation
was a possibility , much less a possibility.
U'lio reasons assigned by the doctor can
best bo given by himself in the following
open letter to the members of Ills church i
Dear brothers end Olsten : Somewhat over
QvcyouriaKo youlnvltcd mo to bo jour pas
tor , Uollovlog that Olirlst , the great head ol
thu church , led you luyouraetieu. Itccv ted
your turltatlou. Convinced now that tha
time hiiU-OMp when 1 cin , enii tcntly with
my ( Icily to Ci < l und t yc u , tuyduwn this
wntk. Inort'liy rc lsn thw olhcc uprisltr of
thN church , lo tnko vltcet on the l.i t d y of
Sciitombcr ( iltlili year ,
It H en"liniinty lulh for pallors nnd
eliurolHi taflvothrec months' ' notloe. sutlint
tiM'i'Hsitry nrriiiii iiientH ean liuluado. 1 Irtmt
that tny SUITIM II- will bo sclc-ctul so that
wlic-n I topiiHl < ltyouniior and more vlitnrnin
hnud * iiitiy IKK'licly to taku utj innlciii-iy the
r < 'iMM | < llIllllcM uiici Illinium of thopastiiratn
ofnelnitx'liln tlil * liupotliint eltj , Tlilrty ;
tliieu j en M of continual inhilstorlnl wtii-lc , of
Avlilvli ornvo luivo heuiiitlvin yuil wltliont
it tucallon.necoril inu thu right , ot rcleiiHO
from tlio I'xict IHK cUillos of o ro | onslble n
iinitdMtc. ' . Hiiillwc nut alle < > -uc ) > rdu tnniaU *
Suit thoc * fi'iv rt'iiiulnlnit veokinf > nr i chit I on
Uieaeh otlitr surlcc.il > lu t1) Oixl and ID the
btit Iiilere li of thloehnrch. > tlint wlion A
IHIV piiHtoi-Mmll eotiiliienci' liN nilnls rv the
ehiircliBhnll bo rcacly foi-overy KOOI ! work ?
I'no'lnv : that dud inny ; iilcl yoii In the Im-
portniit c-holee of 0110liiiwlll KO befoici you
null lead you tnlo tlio KifL-n p.isttires uf Ills
ord , ancl Inipiiuyoii to nii'iiler eon-i-ciatlon
I n the muster's nervta * . I reiu.iln. ever your
servant anil well-wMu-r , I ) . II.Coonv.
Thovestiy nml leading members of the
church met to consider the resignation. Tbo
unnnlmousopinlon vns iwt to accept it , nticl a
set of very stroiic resolutions weta adopted
commend [ UK the faithful work of the p.istor
and urgln liimto reconsider Ibo matter , and
encliii | ( with this :
Itesnlved , Tb'it In onlor lo nloril atnplo
tlmo tooomlclorthhlinportaiit intillor In nil
IN lciulii ) > .M that fiiithur action lie cU'lt-rrcd
tint II Hie next ic-Kiilar InisliR'ss meeting of
this cliitrch , oil AiiKint IH , 1 1K ) , at which time
llnal : i"tlon.Hliill bo taken ; nnd that If tlio
IMHtorudlicro.slo hli cU'lprmliint Ion anil the
elm fell accepts his icHlfin.it Ion. that we coin-
ini'iicl lilm to the liusiil of Ibo clinrrli. jiraylni ;
that lie inny c'likiv many yearn ol Inciuasc'il '
ii tf illness , uiitl that tjracc' . ineicyancl ncucu
Dr. DoAvers' ofllco moved toi-'O JJ. Main.
Mandel , t Klein nro offering great Induce
ment to housekeepers clwlng thoio hot clays ,
M'o nro receiving tic\v tooJs tlally nncl can
offer great bargains In carpets , bcJdii t , c6ol :
Moves \\OAvlshtoinalio room for our
fall stock. We would bo plca-jod to hnvo you
Ihmrewith us for cash or on tliolnsuilhncnt
iilini. Wo wilt ship allL'oods frco of chiiiye
v.lthlu a ladtusof 100 miles. Kcincmbor.
" 3\\n \ \ 1'iiiMiior.s1
There AV.IS n meeting of the hoitlculturists
atthecouit house yesterday nfternoon to
consider further tbo comini ? Farmers' N -
tlomil congress , The committee of the board
of trade , from whom so much Aval expected
Iu KRard to the building of a wigwam or
fruit nalneu orsomcthinif of that sort , did not
matcilalize. The members of the society
felt r.ither hurt and Informally cxpressi'il
themselves us having been played Avith. It
was decided not to depend upon such build
ing scheme , but to go ahead with other nr-
rimgcinents. It was defined hotter toiccuro
the cpenihouso for the sessions of tlio con-
( tress nuJ to provide an exhibit of this
county's products in the Masonic temple
The oomhifj congress Is nn Important event
for Council Bluffs , It Is the Hist national
( fathering ot any numbers which tins over
been held hero , 'llio opportunity should be
therefore improved , and Council Blurts
should bo nt Its best. It is claimed that tbo
opera house will not accommodate half of
, hose wlio dcslro to hear thondilressci , there
join , ; enough dolomites alone to fill tlio place.
[ t is to bo hoped , that thuro will be n waiting
ap to the importance of immediate action iiiicl
.he.secuiitigof a suitable place for both holcl-
ng the cougivss iiucl making the exhibit.
Will Knlarjjo tlici I trol HOIIH- > .
The police committee of the council , after
a thorough investigation of the requirements
of the service in tb.it line , have decided to
recommend , the erection of mi additional
story on the top of the patrol house for the
use of the police department. The addition
will cost about 3.llXH , > . If It in erected the
upper rooms of tlio city jail Aihiclinronow
occupied as heudquaitcrs for the chief nnd
: ils force , Avill bo abandoned , and refitted for
3tis iirouosed totatooutnll partitions and
ljuilcl n liao of cells In the center of the room
that will hold fifteen or twenty prisoners.
J , G. Tipton , real estate , .r > 27 Broadway.
There was a goodly attondaiico at the Chnu-
tauy.ua yesterday. ' .The programme was ex
cellent and cvorjthing moved off smoothly.
The cvontof the daywnstliolectvro by Dr.
Heuson in the afternoon. Ills toplo was
'Tools. " This Is the lecture vliiclils gener
ally called for AAhorcver Dr. Ilenson appe.irs ,
sfiiil is considered by common consent the best
in his repeitoiro. These \\ho Avcnt out to boar
it yesterday woiitAvitli tint expectation. In
thh they ivcro greatly disnpiiolntcd. It does
not begin to tome up to several
other of his lectures , but yet it
Avns a most entertaining ono. The
nudlonee laughed and laughed aguln nt tiie
< iuaitit , witty , sensible nonsense. Ho de
scribe , ! the rich fool , the drunken fool , the
learned fool , and a number of other classes of
fools. In Introducing hlsthomo ho. said that
present company Avas always oxcepteO , ami
bo clidnot fear Hint ho would causooffenso to
nay ofhis hearers , because ho was goinjf to
tallc of these Avlio showed their lack of wis
dom by not coming. In elosing ho pravo a
scatliini ; ribukoto the 1 1 religious fool , who
had said in his heart , ' 'There is iioftoO , "
Dr. Ilenson's lecttiro on "Fools" hag won
for him a wldoroput.ition as a lecturer. In
totlie popularity of the title , m com
pared with that pi vcn toothcrof bis lottiires.
ho once expressed regret that ho hid named
Uus he hud. In speaking of the matter at
Ills OATH breakfast table , ho remarked tint ho
: \us \ iifrald that when ho was gone the ehlcf
thingthatwouhl beromeiuberecl of him was
the author of "Fools. " One of his boys ,
with something of his father's twinkle of
wit , replied , "Well , father , that's pretty
hard ou us , "
Dr. Ilenson Is to Rlvo another lecture Mon
day evening , his subject being "U'ho Golden
Cnlf. " 'J'hU is pronounced by many Avbo
h.ivo hoard it m the host of all , o\-en oxeoccl-
Int ; "Tho Other Half , " which proved so en-
joynUu a treat to these who heiud it at the
Baptist clinrch la thh city last Ailnter. nt.
Henscn AA ! ! ! prcachthisaftcinoonatuo'clock.
The progninimo for the day is ns follows :
11:00n. in. Assembly blhlo ittuljr.
: i:00p. : in , Periiion , Itov , 1' . S. lloibon.n. TJ ,
5:00i : > . in. Oliautwiqiiu Sunday \o-jpcT &er-
8Xp. : ( ) in , Sermon , Doan A , \ . Y'rltlit , n. P.
Thli ivcck there is a feast promised.
Among blio special features lull bo tbo cele
brated Silmbert quartette , which Avill ti- [
pcar Monday afternoon , und ngiiln Tuesday
Dean Gardner of Omaha A\lll \ IccturoTucs-
diiA * afternoon.
Wednesday will bo "recognition day , "
Ex-Congressman Herr of Michigan A\ill
leetiiro. In tbo evening Prof. J. li , DoMotto
will give his wonderful le < turo on "Sound , "
Illustrating it with experiments.
Thursday Hov. Dr. Phelps will lecttiro , and
also Mr. Herr , and iu the eA'cnlugUr. Do
l rlclaywlllbo children's day , and will bo
the floslnt ' , one of the assembly.
Throughout the week there Avill bo music
by lioneiV band , solos by Mr. WooUvoith ,
bible studies by Dean Wrlfiht , nncl a variety
of other Interesting und Instructive features.
A good hose reel frco with evciy 100 feet of
hose puichosed atUlxby's.
.f , C. nixby , steam heating1 , sanitary en
gineer , I3 Llfo buildhnr , Omaha ; 2W il
rium block , Council B lulls.
II. A. Green , the junior member of the
Council Bluffs paint nnd oil company , dis
tinguished lilmsclf yesterday as a burglar
catcher , His residence adjoins that of Sol
Foster , another member of the llrui , AVJO Is
away from homo. Given Is an earlv riser ,
uud when hearosoat \ ; ( \ jcsterday morning
and looked across tlio lot to his partner's
back door ho observed a man enter an ad-
lolidtig shed door , Ho awakened Mr , Cole , a
neighbor , and the two surrounded the fellow
and Ciiptured him. Cole had u Fourth ol
July toy pistol and Green had aroA'clvor thai
haa not been loaded for years , but the Avcap-
ons looked real enough to bo dangerous , and
the burglar threiv up his hands , Green held
him Avith the harmless pistol Avbilo Cole
called an oflleer. Ofllccr Peterson responded
und took the follow tot tie station. He AMIS a
negro and gave the tame of Mack Hycrs.
"When searched nt the station ho bad a bottle
of chloroform In his poclcot
Tho. case was reopened &t tlio evening es-
sion of Iho court ami HycM proved that ho
AVIU a c-ook ou tbo Xoilhwcstcrn , temiwrarlly
out of ajob.iuidtlutt ho had been sent to the
[ Tester reslclcnco for the purpose of seewlng
Llio poMtion of hostler. Ha accounted for
the botllo offhlorofoVni found In Ills posses
sion bynhonhiRthht It vas n mlttunj of
chloroform llnlirenb tvhlch ho WIM using for
tlio todhaclio. Ho proved thlq to the satis
faction of the court nncl w discharged.
'I lireo rintpH .
1'rof.Sturgiss tmvlo his third fulluro nt
the laljo yciterd.iy . fti au aeronaut. There
AvasanluimetisoeroAMl of spectators , iiu-luil *
ing about n thoitsanl little children , who
had been given nn uxtjurslon to the lalto by
the generosity of ' .lohn llcno & Co. The
balloon could not bo properly In Hated , nnd
after along delay It was eut loose nnd car
ried tbo balloonist to the height of tilmit
sixty feet. IIiip.irac.huto win accldent.illj1
detached mid ho fell to the earth
vlth fearful force , The big umbrella
came down Ilka a hulc without spreading its
ultigs oA'cn u little bit , Ho AVIV ) severely
shaken up and stttnncil , nnd sitlsJk'd not to
uuko mother attempt. The lulloon drifted
a little way and came back to the earth bottom
tom upwiiicU and vomited a ilcuso volume of
black suioko heavenward
It is reported tlnib ho Avill n lcc aiiothor n
tempt to get n.A\ay \ this evening , simply to
satisfy tbo public tint hociui do so.
The children wlio ft-cro glxeti n free ride
and an afternoon ot the l.iko enjoyed them
selves to the fullest extent.
A eordlril Invitiitlon is CK tended to tin men
of the city to nltciidtho men's meeting In the
Young Alcii's Christian association rooms in
the aicrriBiu block. Good singing. Shoit
talks , Mcctim ' , lasts hut ono liour. Oomo
and bring a trlend.
Fii t I'rosbjtorhnCorner of AVIllow
Avenue and Seventh- street , llev. Steiihen
l'hclH | pastor. Prcachlnirnsusu.il ut 1.10 (
n. in. Sabbath school at W in , Xo evcniiu
tci-A'lee. Strnngeraaiul others cordially in-
\ltecl \ ,
Broadway M , K. Church Corner of South
first street and H roadway , Hov. DoVltt 0.
Pranklin pastor. Kennon at 11 : ! tO a. in. by
Iho | i.istor. I\'o evciiliif ; service. Sunday
behool at 13 in , All cordially invited.
Congregational Services this morning.
1're.rhiiig by tlio pastor. Subject : "Tho
ICinplom of God. " No oven ing service.
Sunday sihoolat IJm. Allure cordially In
Gospel meeting nt Overton's mission and
People's church , corner Tomtit nveiiuo nml
Seventeenth street , this ovculng. Everybody
Tiltilty Mfthodlit church , South Main
ttrect , opposite Kighth avenue , S. Alexander ,
pastor , residence liUO Eleventh avenue
Preaching nt 10 : : a. in. nml 8 p. in. Class
meeting at 0-r > n. in. Sunday school nt3:30 :
f ) . in. ISjnvoith league at 7 :15 : p. in. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 8 p. in.
Ahs. AVI11 Hhhon , a noted lecturer of the
I'acllic coast , will lecture on "Spiritualism , "
In the grove nt Fairmount park this afternoon
at 'J0 : ! o'cloolf.
Bcrenn Bnntist Church-There will ho
preaching at IOtOa. : ! maud 7 p. in. The Sun
day school in cots nt 11 :4 : > sv. in. The praver
iiectlngls on Wednesday evening. You Avill
30 inadovery weleomo.
Rev. John Alex Dowlo , from Melbourne ,
Australia , Avill preach in Iho TirstHaptlst
chureh. Mr , Doivio is a very nblo nnd
scholarly man , and is attracting great inter
est In his dully nncl nightly lectures In
Dniaun on divine healing. Coma and hear
uliii , Sunday school nt r.i.00 in. Christian
KndcaA-or meeting at 7:00 : p. m. Xo evening
Epwotth Jlctholist Episcopal church , cor
ner Avenue B nnd Twcntv-llfth street.
George H. liemictt , pastor. J'rcachlng at
10 : and at 8:00 : o'cloclc. Sunday school at
) : SO a. in. 1'ruyc-r ' meeting Thursday evcu-
iii } , ' . All are welcome.
1'ifth Avenue McthoJIsb Episcopal church ,
coiner lliLrh'tocnth street nnd rath avenue.
George II. Henrctt , pastor. I'reachlnc by
the pastor at 10 : .U l\'o service in the d\cn- \
ingon aeeount of Chiuitauqua. Sunday school
at ll:4V Praye ; meeting Wednesday even
ing. All are welcome.
> f OAXAD.l.
Tlio Itcptilccl Popularity of HICHC
A year or so ago , says Blnkeley Hull
in the Philadelphia Times , I happened
to go into tlio cifu ot the "Windsor hotel
in Montreal at ft late liotif 0110 niglit.
! My attention Avas cii'.ledto ' four men who
sat at a corner table. They were a
downcast und discontented loolclng
group and they tullced in low voices.
flth one exception they hail all grown
beards nnd it AVIIS Avorth noting- that the
gentleman In tlio hotel kept resolutely
aloof ( rom thorn. Once in a while a ,
pushinff drummer , or seine man Im
pelled by a dcslro to court notoriety ,
Avould join tlio little group , but the
stranger never stayed any length of
time. The four moil Avero Keeinin ,
Siyles , Do Lacey nnd Doinpsey , all of
Avhoni nad ru away from ju&tico in
] S'ow York ,
I had heard a good ninny stories about
tlio popularity ot IS'aw York boocllers in
the Dominion , and I spent several days
in carefully looking over the hahitsuhcl
modes of lito of seine of the noted exiles
there. I found that thov AVOI-O outcasts
in oA'cry beiiso oE the \voivl \ , Ihoy had
lieon blackballed In every association
and club that they had tried to outer in
Canada , and no man of rospcctatllity
A\ould \ bo men in their company. They
spent the long dreary nights of the win
ter in the darkest corners of the barroom
drinking1 ut what was Icnown as the
' 'booulorV table. " Liitor on , at the
Itosrfin house in Toronto , I waa produiil
\\heuivtelogriiph \ oflioial of some eonso-
flitonco in that city rose from u. table
vlieroa nuinlxur of fjontlonion wore sitting
tinguud said that If a man who luul just
joined the group sat doivii thorohu vould
would liavo tolea\o. \ The man was Al-
doi'inm Dempsey , aivl lie goi uinincl
lounged elf ulth a hang-clog IOOK and
without u word. All of these monworo
plentifully suimlicd Avith money. They
lived in good houses and spent as much
money as pobslblo , considering t luit no
ono would associate with thorn.
One of General INirtcr'H Stories on
TliixDorlclcd Subject ,
" 3t is a significant fact , " says tlio
North American KoAiow , "that while
Prof. Smith ii ncuuylng us of .Anglo
phobia A\O \ are accusing1 a largo element
of our people of Ahglomnnians. One of
the symptoms of llio attack IH observed
In the terms employed. Wo find hero
Victoria hotuls. her innjusly's opera ,
royal baking powders , imperial trains
imd hnrncHKiiuiktirs to his royal high
ness tlio nrinco of "Wales ; and when the
anthoinot "JohnBvoivn'Ms ming there
tiplieiirsto boa confusion In the minds
of faomoof our inoro advanced Anglo-
inanlaesiia to wlwthci-tho reference to
the possessor of eo progressive a fcoul Is
an alluhion to our hero of Harper's Per
ry or the queon'ahitogilllo.
"When the dude Britiumieus iniulo Ills
nppcurunco In I'iecudilly Ms worthy
counterpart , the , diulo Aniericnims im
mediately exhibits himself on Fifth
avcnuo , rolls up his trousers Avlion the
eablo announces rain in London , Bucks
the head of a larifo cane , und adopts thu
Biuno transatlantic sving when ho walks ,
at the risk of being Bet do\vn as upneitr-
ing boT-leggoil in tlio elbows. Even
the Irish , \vlioto presence lioro is a
novor-fnlliiijf HOUI-CO of Irritation to tlio
author of the iirticlo under dlscssuiou ,
are Bujiposcd to bo coming over to the
Anglo-maniacs , Ifvo \ may credit the
story ol the coachniiin from the isle of
emerald nuo who recently iippllocl to a
lady hero for a Munitionnnd , when a ked
by her. "Aro you nn Englishman ? " ro-
Glled : "Nomum , ; Iwaabornin Oirland ,
ut I've lived BO long in Ainoriky that I
Bupposol do seem qulto English. "
The Jennem-Millor Mujrnzlno con
tinues Its practical articles upon woman's
dress aud liomoinattcra.
TJIIJ VAKlltS OU11S13 ,
Al'rophocy of K\ll That Cnino Trno
James Jlnss , the trnvolor , tells tills
story , wiyn the rhlluilvlphla Inquiivf :
"Itvi3 \ about 5 o'clock In the ovenliig ,
Colonel Vcagcruntl I sat onlho vorniula
ofthoVictillali hotel in Bombay and on
tlio eiltjo of the native city , which is
ciillodVieiillaliimd not Bombay , Tlio
colonel is illaddl ! that ho once owned ,
nnd lovccl Is gone. Uo AVIIS o.xpoctlntr
hlj Avlto ami dittightur , who had ken out
tu Kiiglnnil oiiajoars visit , and the
vessel \vits to arrive at Calcutta nuxt
day , Avhllowo wercL'oing to got the him-
galo\v ready to receive them. The col
onel AVIIS in the bo&t of Dplrltii. Hojokocl
and Inughcd und told old stories of love
ami Av.ir ; lio\v ho was nearly captured
anil murdered by the renowned Nitua-
S.ild . at Comnoro ; of the vast poppy
plantation and the revenue ha derived
hum the opium h dlstilled every veai * .
Finally AVO started to walk to Avhoro AVO
luul our horses stiiblecl. and thuu for a
canter ovoi- the beautiful roads to the
bungalow fifteen miles iiAviiy.V \ o had
to go through Vlcullnli to reueli our ties-
tluatlon. Wliut aktileldoseopotluit na
tive city isl The hurrah Auilhih AMiter
eiifi'icrwearing nothing hut n breech
clout , and the male body Horvunt ,
vlth his red tutbtui und lonur Avhlto
jackets , Jews from I'alestltto , i'areeos ,
or tire worshipers , \vlto traveled 8,000
miles over deceit and mountain from
1'ersla and catried their nacred Ili-es , all
lilcturesniio , all in white , burilercci with
ivd or other Iji'iglit colors.
Well , in turning a corner in Vlcitllali
\vo found a crowd being harangued by
ono of-tho best known fakirs in India. I
hud heard him spoKen of as one who
could put a blight upon you. People
called him Sad i-.SiiibSadl. my master.
Colonel Yeai'or pit sited tlirough the
crowd to witlim a few foct of tlio fukir.lo
whom ho Mild soinothlng in llin-
ilo.stanosc. It socinecl to onnitfo Sntll ,
who jumped from his little platform la
front of "i eager , onying :
" 'Englishman , bo cure-fill , or Wight
may fall upon you und youiw. Trend not
upon the smallest thing Buddha has
created , or it may turn and BtSng you. '
"JJeforo J. could slop him the colonel
lnul cut the fnWr across the face , a nil
with tm oath luul shouted : 'Out of tlio
way , you Hindoo ptgl"
"Tho fakir with blmlng oycs said :
" 'Englishman you will not meet vour
wife. You will not meet your child.
Vour plantations Avill Ijo do vacated ;
your craven heart will wither within
you. You will die. '
"The fakir's Avot'ds were prophetic. I
felt it then , and 1 also think the colonel
did.Vo I'oauhetl the Imngalow and
and wore soon in bed. How 1 slept that
night I don't know. The words , 'Eng
lishman. beware , ' wore continuously
tinging in my ear. Next morning I won't
into the brcakfjbt room , and I shudder
when I think of it , The colonel was
thcio walking uiitind down A\lth a tele-
pram in his hunt ! , his fuco drawn , and ho
looking twenty years elder limn he did
the night before. With tears In his eves
he handed mo tills message : 'Steamship
Fitigo A\oiit \ ushoro at the mouth of the
lioognly. YTourife and child drowned. '
I have novel1 seen the colonel since , lmt
I have watched his career. His poppy
crop wtis a failure that year and i't
ruined himbuthls bungalow was burned
by cither accident or design , and Yea er
died within u twelvemonth of a broken
H T , Jtll tlU ) TJIB iVfjUAXKOSS.
Tiicn the CI-CAV of tlio Hnrlc Hart a
ItuiiKh Time In 3Ilil-Jc'eun.
Co Id MIIC'I Ancient Mariner.
At length did cross an albatross ;
Through the IOJJT It came.
0 * * * * * ,
What plagues thco so J With my cross-
I shot the aih.it ross.
* * *
And I had clone a lidlish thinfe' ,
j\ncl it would work 'cmA'oe. .
The log of the English bark Selkirk
shire now lying at the Atlantic dock ,
Brooklyn , says the Now York World ,
contains a record qulto in line with the
superstition that sailors from the time
of "Coloridgo'd Ancient JIarlnor" to to
day hnvo associated with thu alhatrobs.
"Whan the bark was on her way from
Australia to England a tailor known as
Aloe became crux v from the effects of
the tropical sun. lie imagined ho was
The second anil fourth mates caught
an hninonso albatross ono afternoon A\ith
a kii ted hook and lino. When the bird
Avas killed and the wings were stretched
on deck they measured twenty foot from
tip to tip. The long bones wore removed
from the wings and laid on the dock to
dry. There AMIS a glitter in Alec's eye
when ho saw the wings , and with a wild
cry ho plunged his anus through the
holloA\s left by the removal of the long
bones and mounted the mil.
"Who , tays that Alec can nuo flee"ho
shouted , and jumped from the mil Into
the sea , Avhich was funning very high ,
llio fog was thick. A llfe-lwlt was
t Ill-own overboard , and the second mate ,
clapping another on himself , 'jumped
aflor tlio era-/.y in an. An attempt was
made to launch the lifeboat , but it was
dashed to pieces agiiiiibt the ship's
side. A bout was finally launched
from the yiirilurm and tlio men pulled
away through the fog. Thobecond mate
Avas picked up nearly dead from exhaus
tion , and within tAventyfoet of hiuiwas
The albatross' wings had ] ; opt him
floating hniA'cly on top of the vnivcaund
lie was wild with excitement. IIo was
hauled into the boat , but Instantly
jumped overboard.rTho mate htntlecl
Alec In again by his loii beard und hit
him on the head vlth an iu to keep him
The boat -was half filled with water
nnd the ship out of sight. The men
towed for llvo hours and were muttering
under their breaths against Alec when
the ship wns finally sighted , The sailors
wore so excited over the occurrence that
the captain ordered the albatross' wings
thrown into the sea. Alec tried to stab
the fourth mate assoon as ho recovered
consciousness and was kept in solitary
confinement thereafter until Enclanu
was reached , wlren ho was placed In an
asylum. For his bravery the second
mate was presented with tno modal of the
Royal Humane society of England.
"Knln-ln-tlic-Faeu" DyliiR from Ilia
As stated in a BII : : dispatch tv few
days ago , lUilii-ln-tne-Fnco , the noted
Sioux chief , ranking next to Sitting Bull
In renown nnd prominent through his
connection Avith the Ouster miifasacro. Is
lying at Standing Rock agency , N. I ) , ,
diuit'orously wounded. Unless a chimgo
for the better soon takes place ho must
die. The chief Avns stubbed by his squaw
a handsome young woman whom ho had
neglected for another young AVOIIHUI.
After a desperate quarrel between Rain-
in-tho-1'iieo and hlb squaw , during which
bhodrowa Imlfo , the chieftain removed
to another lodge , nnd that night while
ho lay asleep , hlrf wife entered and
plunged along knlfo Into Ills side and
chest , making terrible wounds. She
then gave hereoU up.
"I'm horrv , " feho snid , "that I didn't
kill him. " Tlio Indians nt the agency
are greatly excited and trouble may fol
low , 'Jho Avomun is now under u strong
guard , na violence is feared , Shoulil
Kalu-in-tho-Face die she will bo tried
for murder. She lias been jealous of the
chief suctions for several months.
Hfitn-ln-tlio-r'ueo Is known as tlio In
dian nt Avhoso hands General Custor
died. Ho led the iimln nltuck on the
United States troops and whim the final
struggle came put himself fncotomco
with the cavalry loader. Both wore
mounted , but at tlm Hrst chot Ouster's
horse foil , currying him to the ground.
says the Cliioiiiiuiti Enquirer. A bullet
from Hiiin-ln-tlio-race's rlllo killed the
goiun-al before he could shield hhibolf.
Lho fearful mutilation practiced on the
other bodies was not permitted on Cas
tor , however , the Sionx chief po'thiL'
himself on guard and wttrnlitg his mud-
dene il followers a way.
The famous cumpaiKii which ended in
the oxlorinliintlcm of Ouster's command
began Mnrch 20 , 1875. The expedition
of 1,000 men under General Crook
marched to the head ol Tongue river , a
tributary of tlio Yellowstone. Ho passed
to the lltwobiid , nls.0 a tributary of the
\ello\\stone , and was thuro attacked bv
tlio Sioux under .Sitting Hull. In thh
fought with desperate -
perato bravory. Thirteen Indians worn
killed , and C/eneral / Crook loH nine of
his command , besides having twenty-one
disabled. It was this light Unit caused
General Shorltmn to report advising the
removal of till the Sioux to the Standing
Hook agency. It was argued that once
nl Standing Rock co-ild
they be suf-
llclontly isolated to bo controlled , nnd
this argument has since proved truobti )
ueforo the hostile could bo lulion to
tliolr now robomitloii much hard light
ing AVUH to bo done.
Three thousand win-tors under Sit
ting Bull , Hain-ln-tho-Viiuo nnd the
almobt equally well-known chief , Kcd
Cloud , refused to move , from tliolr hunt-
In g grounds , and took refuge near the
Big Horn. Thrco columns of troops
Avoro sent against thoin by General
Sheridan , from Montana , from Dakota
and from the I'lntte. They wore to meet
at a common center , where the Indians
wore supposed to be. General Terry ,
with the Seventh cavalry nnd about four
hundred infantry , started from Fort
Abraham Lincoln May 17. lie reached
the mouth of the Rosebud .Time 21 , and
ho determined to Bond the Seventh cav
alry from there hy a circuit to the upper
On tlio 22d General Custer slnrtecl
with tha regiment , and proceeded up the
riA'cr twenty miles. Hero ho struck a
heavy Indian trull , Avhich ho followed to
tlio Little Big Horn. IIo found a vil-
lagoof unexpected strength , and at once
attacked it Avith that portion of his com
mand which was immediately at hand ,
Major Hone , with three companies , AVIIS
bent into the valley ut the j > oint where
the stre.un struck It. Reno , hearing
the firing- , forded the river , but AVUS
completely overwhelmed by the Indians
and was forced to rccross.
Of the movements of General Cufetor
und his company nothing Is known , ex
cept Avltiit is told by the one half-breed
scout \vlio e&caped. That the command
was not only obliterated , but that the
boldlurs were tortured with nil the sav
agery that the Sioux could employ , has
been a frequent boast of the chief whoso
death seems now to huvo come to him at
the hands of u jealous scjitiiAV.
T1II3 ( JU1LL..WUTI3 COUNTRY.
< Y Destruction Islam ! Slim Tells /Vbont
the "KjirestFnr West. "
Sain C. Price of the Wilson mine at
Hor&oslioo , who has recently taken
chitrgo of that property , lias been en
gaged lor bovenil years , says the L.ead-
villo Herald-Democrat , in what might
bo termed the "ftii-est far west"having1
lived for a number of years in the cm-
ploy of tbo government at Destruction
island. There tire but few who liavo
heard of Destruction Island lighthouse ,
but few , indeed , know of the country
lying- adjacent to It. In fact , there is
probably 110 more remote or less known
corner of cho "United States , outside of
Alaska , than that portion of the now
state of Washington lying between the
Olvmpie range and the I'uoillo ocean.
O'lio is known the
Bectloii us Quilln-
yuto country , the nearest postolllco to
Destruction Island being Tupnsh , at the
mouth of the Quillnyuto river , thlrty-
live miles south of Capo Flattery and
eighteen miles north of the island. It
is located on a small bay that is partly
fahcltercd by a projecting reef of rocks
'Tho Quilluyuto river , " Mr. Price
said , "formerly- entered into the north
side of the bay near hii'go rock islands
which prevented the forming of u bin-
across its mouth , and fcmall schooners
could bafoly enter the river , About six
teen years ago , during a freshet ,
tlio river mnclo a now outlet through
tlio beach one milo north and
the old ono AA-as soon closed up. The
present mouth is shifting and obstructed
by sand bars. The former outlet was
about twelve feet deep at low tide , of
good wldtli and also permanent. The
espoiibo of turning the river into its old
outlet would bo comparatively small ,
the improvement would restore a much
needed harbor for small craft and mater
ially assibt in the development of the
"The last year I AVUS on Destruction
Island a great many now people went in
to the Quaillayuto valley , and all tlio
open land and most of that along the
river and its branches had been taken
up. There are largo bodies of line tim
ber lands situated near the river , and
that which haa been burvoycd Is being
rapidly taken up. Nearly the whole re
gion is thickly covered with heavy open
prairies scattered about like oa&os in a
desert. While Indians have predomi
nated , it will no doubtbo a grout surprifco
to most people to know tlint white set
tlers have lived along the valley for up-
Avards of sixteen years.
"Although the soil Is very good , moro
attention is paid to raising cattle and
shcop , as they tire moro marketable than
vegetable products. The only direct
moans of communication with the out-
fcldo world Is over a rough wagon road to
1'ysht , on the Straits of Fuuca , u distance
of fotty miles.
"AtTnpusli Is a Btoro Avith a general
Block , tlio goods being brought around
from Seattle in a schooner , and land by
means of largo canoes. Tnptish Is the
principal village of the Quilluyuto In
dians , although the land was purchased
from them by the government muny
years ngo , and opened for settlement.
Those Indians are much more progress
ive than these found elsowhcro. They
have had a good school for several
years , and have made consldorahlo im
provements in ways of living and In gen
eral conditions. There are about iiOO of
thoin. The majority of them live in
modern fraino houses and luivo all the
comforts usually found in a dwelling.
"In tl.o village of Tupush there nro
very few Avhlte bottlers. The Indiana
inulu ) tliolr living principally by catch
ing seal and whale and by tlm annual
trip to thu Upper Sound country to pick
hopTito ) sealing season commences
about April 1 and fiistH Mjvoral months.
They go out In thoircuiiocH btrnight oil
the coast from flltoon to twenty mllon on
bright , pleasant days , and , finding the
Heal floating around asleep , qnlotly Hjicar
them. The catch amounts to from 600
to 1,500 , In ft season. AVhales are to-
ouretl by upcm-Ing thoin with strong ,
barbed spears attached to poles , which
liavo f ah toned to thorn several largo
bladders or skins lllled with air. When
enough of thono are fastened to n whale
they provcut him from going below , and
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
Tj1pUSA.UrOrwllltriido ; for n > K od roi\tl
* ' t , Million No.tew ( .
- - until , n.vtMimMl In Wai-
law. lly Dr. ArcliHi.ilil. cltuu by Kentucky
Cliiy , Sye.iM old , Apply to Dr. Macrae.
\\T A XT RD-Oooil girl liy'Mrs. A. IMItui.
i' I'liott , 120 I ourtli street.
i , - - , - - . , - - w.HMl inociorn nousesy \ ,
\V. Illljtcr. 2d 1'utul street.
"TjlOll SVIK nr Kent Onnlon laud , with
Jhoiuus , by J. H. Itloo. l' ' Miilu it. , Council
"AUANTIvD-Aposllloni cn : give lost of rcN
" oic'iicos : KIXMI o\ioilcnco | In grocery anil
Ri'iioi-al un < ltiiM | uK , IxiDUUc'c'iilng. Aclilrcss
111' ' , lleo olllce , Council lllunX
" \\7 11Y pay % nt wnen you enn buy a liomoon
M thosaino terms , urnl lii l eno : of yonrdoutli
ut ntiy tlino lon o your fiiiully the fionio olo.i
A homo worth ll.lKH nt 4IJ jior month.
A homo worthil.'vXat ) W iiernumtli.
A home worth ( LOiMut til ncriuontli.
A homo worthMfHMut IB per month.
A homo worth II AM ut IU per mouth.
llther priced homes on tbo tiiuo lorm , Tim
nlxjvo monthly pityniunti Incliulo prlnoliul
ami IntnreHt. For f ti'll luitleuliin mill on or
iullrc ( < itlio.ltiilil& Welh Oo , . 000 Ureidway ,
If Oil UKXT The tnr > room , No. 18 , fronting
on I'ourl st.V U. .linnet.
A \rijl I \ Visoor.il hiMtlt I fill nut lot-nil it
' ' tlnit o will t r.ule f.ir mi"iimtWM I v I < in
'u'-'l. ' ' ' " . 11",1"1 ( lr l' ' "ii"'ll ' 'In IN. Tlio Judcl &
\\olls \ Co. . Council lllutM , In.
HA1.K My and m\v
stiind , .No. Ml .MAInst. Osuarllunsel.
Cor. Hro.iihvnr anil Srttli bt ,
Council Bluffs , la.
I'or tlio ttoal incut of nit siiralc-nl aniU-Iiioulo
clIscii c ntKl < llsuas"s of tlio Mood.
I'rlvalocll'-cii'.os of tlio tirlniiry and c-xiial
OfKiins. as syphilis , stik-liuo , cystitis , IHT-
mnlnrrolmoii , lust mnlinol ( , u\tml Iwpotuiieo
nncl niMikiios * troatocl EiicifU sf nl'y. '
Particular attention liulcl to illsuii'dsiif the
ImiK-i , ns Astliini. Uonsii million , llrouhitls ,
Catarrh , Etc. 1'ar.ilysls. Kidney clUu.istK.t \ \
Dlnliutos llrl.'lit's ll-i-ii-.n. ltliiiiiititl < .in.rilot ,
Oiinc'or , Vuilcn'c-Io. llyilini'i'lo , lroisy ) | , Tu-
nuir * . DNoisesof tliu eye nncl i > nr. I'lutj
fc'ct , Spinal curvature ; iu 1 nil dlsuases uf thu
\Vn liavo ii ilc'parlnu'iit ilovotcnl o.Acluslvoly
to tlio trout mini t , of ITioflno cllioa-o'i
elno'-eiitsc'ciU'oly iiackfcl and fr cj ( r"t
Coiresponcloncu conllilontl.il. A'l dross :
Fiu-Kloal Iiistltiilo nnd I'rlv.ito Ilniplml ,
Cor. Hro.'uluiiy and L'tli ; si. .Council . lllulV. ' , la ,
P.M. ELLIS & CO. ,
Ancl Bulldlns SujierlutenUonti.
liooim 4iO : nml 4 : : > ltc-u Uullillia , Unnhn
Nc'li. , ami KooinsSII mill -'ID Mi'i-l-l.ini llio i
Council Itlnirs , la. Ccirrcsponileiico ollcllo cj
J. 1) . KnviT.vii'io.v , t SitrdAtiT Vice-pros
CIIAIII.KS II. H.\.VXA.V , Cnslilor ,
CITIZENS STATE BANK
OF couxcir. IILUFPS.
Paid up Capital . $150,000.00
Sufohisiuid Prollts . 50,000.00
Liability to Depositors . 3r > 0,0l)0.00 )
numerous : T. A. Miller , P. O. OIoiiscjii. 12. D ,
SliiiKiut , 10. I/ . Hurt , .1. I ) , niliiiuiison , Clurloi
U. lltinuuii. Trunsiiut Bc-ni'ml bunking buslr
nuts , l ir est uuplt.il und surplus of uny b.uiU
In Soiithucsturii lnwii ,
INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS.
ho is easily captured , hauled on the
bcneh hi the bav and cut iip.
"There nro six Indian villages nlong
the coast between ( S ray's harbor und the
Straits of Fucc-it , oneh of a hopanitu tribe
and apeakitig uiliH'croiitlanguiitje. Neai
lytill fish for iilivintj. "
Proppi-tles of a
Not the least of the natural
of the Oztn-k region of BouthetiHt Mi *
souri la Its pilnonil spriuyn , some of
whicn are believed to possess tnedleinal
liropertics equal to any in the country ,
while the water of otltern IB HO atroiiyly
impregnated with lime Unit everything
with which it coined in contact la gradu
ally turned into Btono.
Ono of tliCBO , which a St. Louis Ho-
public reporter Htutnbled unoti duriny a
himtlnfc oxctiruloii rceontly , duiervos
notice. It IB located inn Hoeuiiled , roclty
glen about twelve inilort in a houtlnvest-
erly direction from Bcnino Terre , and is-
Rites from the top of a Hintill llattoncd
mound , rising about Hlx foot above the
level of the Burroimdhiy ground. Scat
tered over the surface of this mound ,
which Huemod to be a muss of yollowibli *
gray limestone , were pieces of wood ,
baric , leaven , ote. , partly petiilied and
adhering sliyhtly to the roelc.
Prouurlng' a minor'n pick the reporter L-
dug into the surface of the mound , whiob.
was compurnlivoly Heft , but became very
hard after ponotruting a fo iniihe.s. In
the parts broken oil' were found a consid
erable number of vegetable reinnliiH , all
completely petrified , and forming parts
of the rocky mass. The water Issuing
from the top of this formation llowa In
tiny streams down Its sides , and Icavoa
or other thlny-s falling upon it are noon
saturated , and after a few wccktt are BO
impregnated with the Hmo doporiltud
from the water that they bofjlri to htlIfen. , _
and adhere to the rock below , nml jjniur
ually turn Into Htono , or are blowly
buried under tlio calcareous deposits ,
and form part of this odd-looldn/r mound
that the little spring has been building
up from tlmo unknown.
Glimpses ol' tlm Siiltan'H TroiimiriiH.
From the Philadelphia Record : In a
letter from Bucharest , under date ot
Juno 13 , Col , A. Louden Snowdon , United
States minister to Greece , Sorvlu , and \
Uoumnnia. gives the following account ol
an oxporlonco In the fur east !
"On my way hero I stopped over In
Constantinople for a few days , vibitliif
the objects of Interest In that romarlc-
able city. The Hultnn designated an
aido-do-eamp , who conducted UB to HUCU
places of especial interest as the general
visitor Is not oxpeeted or pormlttod to
sco. Thu treasure house of thu sultan ,
which contains the accumulations ol
centuries , is simply Indescribable , ilcro
are stored diamonds , emeralds , pearls ,
and other precious htonod , Bitch as exist )
in no other place In the world , and in
quantities beyond calculation as to valuo.
The places ) on the Doriphorus tire mar * ,
volous as to beauty and splendor. "
The Qimrturly Journal of Economies
for July contains , besides a number ol
articles upon timely topics , Homo very
intorohllngnotoa by Thomas L. Uruenci
of Now York on cliangos in the form o (
railway capital with special ruferenuo id
the growing use of Incoino bauds ,
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