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G THE OMAHA DAILY BE ] ? , TUESDAY , JULY 22 , 1890.
THE OMAHA JHDE
OFr'ICi : , NO. 11 ! I'BAIU , ST.
Drllvorc'd by I'imlor In tiny purl of tlin City.
II. W. Tll/ro.V , - i
Nlitht Kill tot , Nazi.
N Y. 1' . Co.
Council Hlnffs Lumber Co. . coal.
.A permit to marry was ycstcrdnv crnntod
to Jnmcs It. HnUhvhi of Omaha and Mary K.
Moore of South Oniabn.
. .1V. . Losey has purchased n half Interest
In the will pniicr esttibllslunontof J , L. Jen
sen , formerly owned by 1' . C. Miller.
Only one arrest since Saturday afternoon
Is n pretty gnoil record for n city with seventy
baleens imii the termini of nine railroads.
A case of diphtheria was ronortc'l yester
day to the health authoritiui. The victim i.s
nyouiiKson of Uvurgo Hicks , living ut iiu'J
.lames 11. lliihlwln nml Mary E. Moore ,
both of Houth Onialin , were applicants for n
innrrliuro license nt Clerk Chambers' oftlco
The ease of Cole v < Hnrkness was 'called In
Justice Sc'tiur * ' court yciterd.iy morning
nnd upon reijiiost of the defendant was con
tinued until July 80.
Alderman Casper yesterday took building
penults for tlio orortton of three cottage. * on
nil projiorty on i'ierco street , lyinn east of
the trrecn bouses. The cottages nro to cost
HKX ( ) eiieh.
ThiTo are mumrous applicant1) ) for pensions
ini'lrr ' tlio new law. It takes a ( 'ood share of
one m.m"s time In the county cli'i'U's ofllco to
llll out iho papers and do the swearing to ac
commodate the applicants.
There Is still plenty of opportunity for the
city authorities to cut weeds. The rank
( jrott th In some of tlio mo.it central niul
prominent purls of Iho city Is n poor adver
tisement for Council IllulTs and ought to bo
done awny with.
David Throop , used thirty-seven , died lit
10 # ) yesterday at the residence of Ills
p-irents at lOU'J Sixth avenue , after a short
llliiL'ss from pariily.sU ot the heart. The
funeral will occur from the residence nt'J
oVloi-k this nfternoon ,
The Job printing oillco which came Into the
possession of I' . K. Spencer and 10.V. . Kap-
pcll through n loiitf succession of changes of
proprietors , wns sold by tlio sheriff yesterday
for Sl.'iO. The Onnilni typo foundry , the
principal creditor , bid In the wreck.
The chief of police has succeeded in purchasing -
chasing n suitable horse and buifgy with the
fcyJO given him by the council lor that pur
pose. The animal tins been tried sever.il
diivs in Ilio patrol wagon nnd has boon piovon
sound and rullablo und the purchase has been
Yesteiday afternoon , near the Northwest-
cm depot , there was a rhitf formed of men
nnd express wagons. In the center of winch
two boys wore striking ut each other In
pretty fair Sullivan style. I'horo seemed no
disposition on tlio part of the bvstanders to
interfere , they bucmlng to rather enjoy the
Work on the now hotel wna resumed yes
terday , the terra cotta and other material
which was delayed In shipment having ar
rived. The work will bo pushed vigorously
unlll tlio splendid building is finished , ami
Council Hlulfs bo permitted to bonst of the
llnest hotel between Chicago and the Kooky
mountains ! .
The Model baseball club of this citv went
to Illalr on Sunday nnd played a close game
with nclnb of tlmt village. It was close for
the Models for they Inui hard work to get
live tallies , while thu Blair crowd rolled up
eleven. The Models nro highly pleased with
the treatment they received at the hands of
the Ulair boys , and take their defeat grace
T. .1. Freeland , the Singer sewing machine
necnt who was brought up hero from Oak
land on n charge of forgery , preferred against
lam by his company , and who has been lying
in Jail for the hist four weeks , Is again n'free
man. His case was called bv Justice S''hurz ,
from whoso court the warrant was issued ,
nnd the prosecuting witness did not appear
nnd ho was discharged. It was intimated In
court that the matter was amicably adjusted
by the parties most Interested.
Emma Collins , keener of a questionable re
sort over tt'ulters Brothers' harness shop on
Upper 13 road wny , wns arrested vcstonluy on
n warrant from. ) udgo Burnett's court charg
ing her with keeping a house of ill-repute.
The warrant was issued on an Information
sworn to several days ago by John Hell , who
hns n complaint agulnst the woman and her
girls. Thocnso was set for hearing on July
80 , but tbo woman notified Burnett that she
would take a chnngo of venue to Sebum or
The yOO school teachers who nro In
thu city attending the county normal wcro
nearly all visitors in tno parks yesterday nf-
torncon alter the close of the normal. A little
band of them congregated in llayllsi park
nnd passed resolutions asking the county su
perintendent to hold the dally sessions of the
Institute In the park. Tno resolutions will
prob.ibly not bo presented at the meotitigof
the Instltuto this morning for the reason that
the school inarms discovered utter adopting
thorn that tno llttlo boys In the fountain did
net have all their clothes on.
George W. Cook of No , 039 Twelfth nvo-
nuc ; wns sadly shocked yesterday on picking
up Ids old homo paper , published at Crete ,
111.to soc In it a notice of the death of his
father , AVillinm Cook , who had reached the
ripoogcof eighty years and over. IIo had
not heard a word of the old gentleman's Ill
ness , nnd he could not understand why he
had not boon notlllcil. Inquiry at the tele
graph oftlco revealed the fact tlmt a telegram
had been received at the oillco hero on the
10th , four days before the death occurred ,
asking him to conic , as his father was dying.
The telejjraiu had novcr been delivered to
him nnd therefore ho had no Intimation of the
event until ho received n p.ipor from there
yesterday , giving im account of the funeral.
Parties knowing themselves Indebted to
the Council lllulTs carpet company will please
call and settle at once with cash or by note.
M'J-ilSti\ / / J'.l It.KiliA i'JIS.
Judge James left last night for a two
weeks' visit In Chicago.
Mrs. Jl , C. Stownrt bus gone to Wyoming
for a month's visit with relatives and friends.
P. L. . llayden is to supply the pulpit of the
Second Presbyterian church while that so
ciety is without a pastor.
G , V Smith leaves this evening for Phlla-
ilelnhlu and Washington to visit his mother
nnd other relatives , uud to look after some
The f ud Intelligence comes from the homo
of Jaini's llarrett , the well known North-
weMorn railway clerk , that ho is failing
rapidly and his friends Imvo but llttlohopo of
his recovery. Ho has been conlined to his
bed for sovoml months by lung troubles , and
it is feared that consumption has set in.
If you wish to sell your property call on the
Juilii & WolU Co , , C. 11. Judd , president , 000
Tlioy Wcro Not ICohhorH.
Myerly and Hcmlewon , the two men ar
rested by the Northwestern night watchman
nnd Patrolman 1'oteison Saturday night
upon the suspicion that they were trying to
urcnk into .cant of merchandise , were ar
raigned before Judge McGee yesterday
morning. The prosecuting witnesses failed
to nmko n clear case against tbo men , niul
thq court wus compelled to take tlielr version
of the nlTalr , which was that they wcro sim
ply trying to enter a freight cir : , which they
Dupposcd to IM ) empty , fur the purfoso of
ntfiillngu rliki , and not to commit a burglary.
A rbargo of simple vngrancy wius then placed
ngalnstthi'in. but the fact tliat ono of them
Iiwl ovcrfTitiln i mh In bis i > ocltot when nr-
rtiiloil was presumptive evidence that bo was
not a penniless trump , ami both ho nnd his
partner were discharged.
Tlio building cnminlttooon the First M. 13.
rliurc-h of Council llluJIs , la. , wilt receive
tt al < l proposals for Iho erection of n new
churi'h on the slto of the present ohm-h ,
comer Ilrondwny nnd First street , according
UidunsatiilHK. | ] clflcatlon > ito boseon ut the
offices of the itrcblU'ctM , Mcrrhun block ,
C 'junrll HlulT.1 , on ana ufler Thursday , July
! M , Thu ctiinmlttuo ruuervo the right to re
ject liny or all bids , Proposals io bo delivered
to the midcrxlpmxl or U' . H. Mnyno , HU
J'tnrl Hi reel , Council liluffH , on or before
noon of Hutunl.iy , thu'Jd duy of August.
JA il. KLLia & Co. , Architects.
THE NEWS IN THE BLUFFS ,
The County Normal Opans with a Surpris
ingly Liirgo Attendance ,
JUDGE DEEMER AGAIN IN COURT.
The Injunction CnsoI'oMpined Hark-
HUSH Will N'ot II HKII ! I'jv
I'aukiittci I In II
' 1 UiotiRlitwo wore Kolng to beat Captain
Hlght's census returns for a wlillo tills morn-
liitf when the touchers begun to Hock in to
ntU'iul the county normal,11 said County Su-
l > orliiteiidcntCooiicr yesterday nfternoon , as
ho cntno down In tlio rear of about V0i ! ) school
teachers nml took a sc.Jt OH tlio wiling In
front of tlio Hlooiiier bull'dlniVo were
completely knocked out by thelminciisonnd
unexpected number of teachers who cutno In
to nttend tlio normal. Ummlly the. first day
of n normal Is very quiet mid tlio tlwt half
day resembles a quiet social picnic party , but
yesterday morning wovero overwhelmed at
tlio start , and spent thu e.itlrc afternoon as
busy as bees , enrolling thu teaehers , without
uvcr.stopping to say 'how 'do. ' "
The enrollment reached .2 111 yesterday afternoon -
noon , as 'iff a i list n to till enrollment of 10:1last :
year , and It Is prolublo th.it the unroUtnciit
will reach . ' ! (10 by this evening.
JJJA liuyc part of the nfternoon was taken up
In the assignment of studies and le.isons for
today. A part of the classes wcro orgunUed
and took their regular lessons In didactics ,
arltliinctlc , grammar , history and icoj'ranliy.
Among the Instructors , in addition to Pro
fessors MeNuughtoii nnd Cooper , tire \V. C.
D.ivls of Avoca. .1. W.V. . Lnlrd of Carson ,
C. I' . Swum of "walnut and J. E. Larimer of
The pi'CMPnt normal promises to bo the most
successful ever held In the county. Tliero
nrottU te.ielicr.s employed in to.iuhlntf the
public schools of the county , and It is ex
pected that everyone of them will bo present ,
besides a largo number who desire to take n
normal course , but who uro not now teach
ing County Superintendent Cooper bus issued
the following circular to the teai'licM and it
is probable that every teacher will respond in
person to the invitation :
All teachers holding first-class certificates ,
by attending the institute live days , can
hnvo their certificates renewed for one year.
All teachers holding' second-class certificates ,
by attending ten days , can have theirs re
newed , lu order to profit by this nrrmige-
incut teachers must not bo either absent or
ttinly during the period named above. All
teachers who do not nttend this session of the
institute must present themselves for exami
nation before receiving certificates. Any
teacher not nttcndlng the institute niul usk-
Ing the renewal of n certificate will receive n
copy of this circular in roi > ly.
One year ago 1 cut the second-class certifi
cates Into two parts. All who had a general
average below 80 per cunt were given third-
class. This had a ( ; oed effect , us It caused
those touchers who had been teaching on a
low average to study or emit teaching. The
result has been that there has been a marked
increase in the sdiolitrship of the teachers of
the county , so much so Unit the schools can
bu supplied with to.ichers. without issuing
nay third-class certificates.
After the normal any one falling below M )
per cent on a general average will not receive
ti certificate ot' tiny grade. The schools must
go to the teachers who best pro para them
selves to teach. This is right and will bo
adhered to. so do not come back finding fault
with tlmt , for which you are alone to blame.
All teachers In the county will bo expected to
pass the examination , except tlioso who at
tend the institute. Do no not write moabout
it. The examination will bo the lust Friday
and Saturday of July or Sth and Oth of
Dr. Bowers' office moved to 20 N. Main.
< Tulo Decninr Again In Court.
Judge Deemcr arrived yesterday to hold
court bore. Ho has set several times for his
appearing , but In each heretofore has been
disappointed , as tils wound did not heal as
rapidly as ho expected. Ho was feeling
pretty well yesterday but was still compelled
to rely on crutches , nnd use a had : to got to
and from the court house.
The injunction suit against the city In
which James Madden seeks to prevent the
letting of contracts for brick paving was pre
sented to Judge Dwincr , who accided to set
the time of hearing for Thursday morning.
Judge Aylesworth in behalf of the peti
tioner , asked that the court Issue a restrain
ing order , directing that the city make no
contracts until the hearing was had. City
Attorney Stewart nskod to bo heard before
such a restraining order wns issued , and the
matter went over until nfternoon , when tlio
court decided to issue the order. Finloy.
Burlto hns been engaged to assist the city at
torney in this suit , widen promises to bo
hotly contested. It Is claimed on the part of
those seeking the Injunction tint the city
cannot incur further debt , having reached a
limit , It is also urged that the paving of
some of the streets named would prove a
hardship on property owners. There is also
tnlk of there Doing n combine among the
briclc men by which the prices are advanced
in view of the probability of paving being let.
A motion was beard for : i judgment ngainst
P. Lacy and James Madden as bondsmen for
John Jay Prtilnoy. It was taken under ad
The motion to stay further proceedings of
the refcreo in the case of Henry vs Kvnns ,
until the supreme court hns rendered iv de
cision on certain points , was also heard and
taken under advisement.
The old case of Hutlor vs the Western
Union telegraph company bobbed up again on
a motion for a new trial. It was also taken
The Manhattan sporting headquarters , 41S
Hew to Cl tin Old C'lotlics.
Judge McGee and six Jurymen were inter
ested in the superior court yesterday learning
the best inetnods of cleaning old clothes. E.
13. Knglcsuin .told his story and his griev
ances. Ho had learned how to clean clothes
by some patent process. Ho did so while in
the employ of C ? . A. Sehoedsack. lie was di
rected to a little building nenr the main
works , this little building being eight or ton
feet square. In this box was some sort of an
arrangement by which gasollno was changed
Into a sickening , deadly gas. amUvhlloho was
manipulating the garmunts lie li.ul to breatliu
this until ho became so diziy Unit he would
reel out for fresh air. Ills employer kept
telling him that ho would soon got used to it ,
nnd especially if ho took nn occasional glass
of beer to help bliirget along. Ho kept try
ing to follow instructions , but instead of get
ting used to breathing this gas ho got worse
and worse , had to quit work , became broken
down in health , was doctored , and went from
worse to no better. Such wore the causes
which led him to step Into court and ask for
MHX ( ) damages.
Among his witnesses was Mr. Mudijin ,
who runs n rival dyeing and cleansing estab
lishment. Ho testified that ho would not
think of doing this gasoline act. In n building.
It was too dangerous. The gas was bail to
talio. He always did such work in thu fjxn |
air , nnd uvcn then it sometimes affected thu
person so employed.
The procois in detJiil wns gene over /pilto
at length. The cross-ox a ml nut Ions Indicated
that there was some liltlu feeling back of thu
whole matter. When the plaintiff left the
employ of Mr. Si'hoedsiicU ho wont to work
for the other concern. There were also Inti
mations of having had some previous truublo
over the question of wages.
It Is probublo that the case will take all of
Thn Itculgiiiitloii Withdrawn.
The report tlmt Manager Harknuss of the
Chnutuuiiuu had placed his resignation in the
hands of the triPtcej proves to bo correct in
part , nnd yet incorrect. Such u tender was
luiulo last week , at least Mr , Ilurluicts placed
his resignation in the Immts of ono of thu
board for presentation at the next meeting.
Then it was noUcd about somewhat tlmt thu
reasons lor wanting to ivslun wcro that
there had bcou couiplultiU about thg uiauuur
In which order was nought to bo observed on
the grounds during tlio assembly. Several
foolish sort of stories were started , most of
them to the effect that Manager Hnrkncss
hail shown too little tact and too much sever
ity In trying to enforce the rule * of the asso
ciation , nnd that those troubles had resulted
in the resignation , As other and wholly dif
ferent re.wons led him to proffer his resigna
tion , he Wiis somi'Wlnt surprised to htur
such causes nssignod and ha haitJiied to
withdraw the document lest some such In-
forenee might bo drawn. Ho Is therefore.
still mnnnirer , and the board has no resigna
tion to net upon.
Mnndel it Klein are offering great Induce
ment to housekeepers during these hot days ,
\Vo are receiving new goods dallv and can
offer great bargains in earpHs , bedding , cook
stoves , \\owlshtomiko room for our
fall stock , Wo would ho pleaded to have you
figure with us for cash or on the installment
plan , Wo will ship nil goods free of charge
within u radius of 100 miles , Hcmembor ,
MANIIIII. & KI.UIN ,
U O Broadway.
r Judge Carson is doing a little business , nnd
a good deal of thinking , in chambers , Among
tlio cases over which ho is pondering Is tin
original package case , the llr t ho bus so far
had to consider. A short time ago Fred Ull-
mnn opened an original packugo house in Es
sex , Page county. The prohlbs got after
him , uiul brought him before a Justice of the
peace on n CUM ) involving thirty sojurato
counts. The magistrate foimd'lilm guilty of
twenty-four of the thirty , nnd lined himfiO
in eai-b , n sung sum of 1-OJ. A mltimus
was Issued nnd Ullninn was thrown in the
bole. Then a writ of habeas corpus was Is
sued by Judge Carbon , and a hearing was
had on this at Shcnandoah on Saturday last.
Several new questions wcro presented In this
connection , and Judge Carson Is iiow consid
ering them carefully.
A good hose reel free with every 100 feet of
hose purchased nt IJlxby's.
Dr. Cook , who 1ms taken care of Hall , the
murderer , and carried him safely through
dangerous periods that have followed the
attempt ho made upon hisownllfe , announces
that his patient Is getting along nicely , and
will be able to bo removed from the hospital
by Thursday at the farthest. Sunday night
ho was very restless and the wound in his
neck swelled n great deal and rendered
breathing dilllcult. . Tlio swelling was re
duced yesterday , but not sulllcient to permit
the surgeon to remove the sutures from the
Hull has become very morose nnd uncom
municative , and will neither talk to his
physician , attendants or the reporters. The
report that ho has threatened to kill his oldest
daughter If ho gets an opportunity is denied
by the ofllcers who have charge of him. Tlio
girl became frightened by the rumor nnd de
clared that she" knew her father would kill
her when he got out , and supposing ho would
bo at liberty as soon as ho was discharged'
from the "hospital , she gathered up her
property and left the city Sunday afternoon.
J. G. Tipton , real estate , 527 Broadway.
Dr. II. S. West , porcelain crown and bridge
work , No. 12 Pearl. ,
Ho Struck the Wronn Hoy.
Sunday afternoon a boy named Wright
performed nn net of heroism nt LakoManawii
Unit has given him n great deal of distinction
and put him in high feather among the law
abiding people who frequent that popular re
sort. Ho Is a llttlo midget and does not
weigh over ninety pounds , but ho demon
strated his ability to take care of himself ,
nnd any of the burly bruisers who go there
for the purpose of getting into a light. A big
fellow named Erickson , an employe of one of
the agricultural implement houses in this city ,
wns terrorizing the crowd in a nine-pin alley ,
when the llttlo fellow made some remark
about the necessity of giving the giant a
thrashing. The big fellow heard the remark
nnd walked over to where the boy was standIng -
Ing nnd without any other provocation struck
him a terrible blow with his list , The boy
was knocked down , but not hurt seriously ,
nnd while the spectators were trying to
shame the big ruftlnn the llttlo fellow dis-
nppeared behind the building to reappear on
the other side a moment later with a plank In
his hand. Ho ran straight up to Erickson
and before ho could pull himself together for
defense the bov hit him n fearful blow on the
side of the head with the board. The giant was
knocked senseless , nnd it was thought for a
few moments that no was killed. He was
picked up and carried into the postofllce , nnd
after ten minutes' work and plentiful applica
tions of cold water und whisky , ho was re
It Is said that Erickson has been the cause
of nearly till the brawls that have occurred at
the lake this summer , nnd the splendid
thrashing the boy gave him was merited and
keenly appreciated by the luke management.
J. C. Bixby , steam heating , sanitary en
gineer , SHU Life building , Omaha ; 2UMer
ritiin block , Council Blurts.
The Boston store. Council Bluffs , will
close all day Tuesday , marking down goods
nnd making preparations for their first an
nual clearing .sale , which commences Wednes
day morning , July 2'J , and continues for ten
days , ending August 2. boo Tuesday morn-
Ing's papers for full particulars. Bodton
store , Council Bluffs.
Council Proceed I ngn.
The regular meeting of the city council hist
night was attended by a chamber full of people
ple and nil the members.
The special committee appointed to investi
gate the waterworks and discover if possible
the cause of the poor water the company has
been furnishing the city , reported. The re
port condemned the method of convoying the
water from tno river to the first subsidiary
reservoir nnd contained a proposi
tion from the eompnr.y to make
some important improvements , provided
ninety days time was given in which to do
the work. The report was udopted , Alder
man Casper dissenting ,
Tno lire committee recommended the pur-
chnso of a G. B. Preston hose cart. Adopted.
The plnns for the uddltlon to thu patrol
house were submitted by the police commit
tee. The bids wcro opened. HiUmner
offered to do the brick work for $ rt)0 ) , nnd
Boson the carpenter work for & ! KI. The
committee figured out a combination bid from
these figures of $1,5110 for the entire work.
The report uiul plans were referred to the
committed of the whole for examination to
Conrad Gelso sent in a communication of
fering the right of wny for the extension of
Washington avcnuu from Frank to Oalc
street , provided the city do the work of
grading before January 1. Ib'Jl. iteferrod to
the committee on streets and alloys nnd city
engineer to report probable cost.
DAn ordinance reneallng tin ordinance grant
ing haekmen the right to stand their vehicles
on Scott street wns pre.scntcd , and advanced
under suspension of rules , and passed , Casper
Thu ordinance legulating the speed of
Direct and motor cars was presented nud' debated -
bated at length after It nud passed to its
second reading. The ordinance fixed the
rate of Hpeed on llroadwny , Pearl ,
Main and First stivols nnd Fifth
avenue at six miles an hour. Alderman Smith
moved Ui amend by making it six miles an
hour when the trains wore going down the
grade on Klrst street , and on nil other streets
where thiiru N n grade , and at ten miles nn
hour whim ascending such grades. The
nmundimmt wax lost. Several other attempts
wcro made to nmend It but failed. On a vote
to P.INH It io ltn third reaillng tlio roll call
showed only ft yeas. It requiring
thi'iio-qunrU'ru of all the members
to HUHjM'iid the rnlus , the motion was
declared lost. The ordinances Is designed to
regulate thi ) speed of the motor trains only
on thodtreetH In thu heavily populated por-
thins of the city , but the speul to bo per.
milled on Lower Broadway , west of the
Northwestern rullroitil trncKH , nnd on Avenue
A to tlio bridge , wo * not duslgnntod. The
nlilonnen were tmablu to realize how fast six
mlloH nn hour wns , and Lacy proposed to
liiivo tliii ordinance referred to the wholu nnd
the moinbors get on a motor jmd take a ride
and find out , The ordlnnuco was laid over
for notion nt the next meeting.
Tlio engineer reported nn ordinance ap
proving the plat of Wilson's Terrnco addition
to thu city , und thu report was adopt ; d.
UuuugUuiilluthaivuy submitted u lid to
remuvo tin-North Si. ijul street bridge nnd
nut It on any dcslreft iN > ntlon for J'KI. Ho-
lerrcd to committee gii .streets imtl alleys , nnd
they wcro Instnirtiul. with the euplnccr , to
advert ho for bids Mr i amoving the bridge and
plnclntr It on Huntef itVeiiuo.
The ordinance iegulhtng [ the width of side
walks and purking on all now streets was
The buls for the pivlnej wcro not reached
itntll nearly midnight There wcro a Inrgo
number of them , nnd lib action was taken.
TIIK KOItTlL IIUIDGU.
One of ilio Mo.m iCcinnrkabio 15ii
ulnccrliiK 1'eius of tlie Century.
Of till the monuments of IhisconlurVi
the stupendous bridge across tlio Forth ,
In Scotland , is the grandest nud most
sui'iirijili'construction. ) } Tlio Firth of
Forth Is ti wide estuary , so deeply indenting -
denting thu eastern const of Scotland its
to nccut < slliito nn ux penal vu und
tedious transshipment of connnereo
across the gulf , or a IOIIL' dolour
around it , sfaysn writer in Frank Leslie's
Monthly tor August. For twenty-llvo
years eirorts huvo boon made to obtain a
permanent wny over tlio orftuavv , hut the
dilllcultios to' bo cncoitntereu were to
grout Unit it is only within the lust ItuU
of the "past duuiidu tlmt englnucriiifj yoti-
ins ana nieehunU'al sslclll hnvo been suf-
llclcntly developed to render this grctit-
ebt of metal structures ti possibility.
A few miles \\v t of Edinburgh the
llrtli , or gulf , suddenly contract ' lotiil-
in'in } ancient times to the establish
ment of a ferry between Fifo on the
north and the town of Qucensferry on
the south. The esilmiry hero Istilittlo
less than a inllo niul a half wide , and
very opportunely ti small rocky islet
exists almost In the center , which , for
merly the homo of tv horde of pirates ,
now becomes the central pier of the
yi cat briil no.
Curiously , also , Unit part of the gulf
lying1 between Queonsferry and Fifo con
tains tlio only rock to ba found for milen
above the mouth , tliua marking the ono
appropriate place where adequate foun
dations for so mtumnoth a structure ean
bo obtained. Between tlio little island
and either shore extends a space of
nearly half a mile , where no foundation
was feasible , nnd which , therefore , must
bo crossed without u hinglo pier , thus
outspntining by several hundred foot all
Serious gales sweeping through tlio
estuary exert on tlio surface of so ex
posed u structure an enormous force ,
nnd to avoid a parallel catastrophe to
tlmt. cngulling the unfortunate Ttiy
bridge the most skillful engineering hns
been e.xereihed. As the bridge runs
nearly north nnd south , in the morning
the east bide , nnd in the nfternoon the
west side , is exposed directly to tlio rays
of the sun , while the corresponding on-
posito sides are in thocool shadow. As
u result , tcniporaturo stresses are intro
duced , causing tlio whole muss to wrig
gle nnd twist to a coiiHidorublo degree.
In so largo a mutal mass effects of tem
perature must bo carefully provided for ,
lost its insidious operation shall lead to
Commencing at Quecnsferry on tlio
south , the approtu'he/a / to tlio bridge , ron-
Siisting of ton short girders , of Ki8 feet
span , extend over the low shores to the
lirst great enntilcvoV. From the msiln
iibutmont , the entire firth Is crossed by
three immense trusses forming two cen
tral spans , each 1,710 feet in the clenr ,
with two wide spans of 0)0 ! ) feet.
The trusses are balanced upon their
foundations , and the woiglit of a passing
train transmitted through them is re
sisted as nn upward pull by the anchor
age on either side erf the gulf. The cnn-
tilover-bridgo possesses n very marked
advantage in thoeaso with which it maybe
bo erected , for this very property of bal
ancing on its foundations enables tlio
engineer to build out over the water
simultaneously in both directions , using
the truss-work of the bridge us the
scaffold on which to erect additional
pieces as fast as it is completed. By this
means the axponso of underneath sup
ports , which would have been enormous
in tlio case now xitider consideration ,
where the depth of water in the gulf is
over 200 feet , is entirely avoided.
The railway track crosses the bridge
at the height of about ono hundred and
'fifty feet above the water , giving , ample
head room for vessels of all descriptions
beneath the rails : while above tlio track
the huge trusses tower upward more
than two hundred additional foot. To
withstand the violent gales of the Forth ,
the bridge has boon proportioned to re
sist a wind pressure of about 8,000 tons ,
and in the structure it self nearly 00,000
tons of steel have been employed. At
liny ono time the weight of trains on the
bridge would not exceed i,000 ] tons , so
that , curiously enough , the weight of
the structure itself is thirty times that
of the load which it is intended to carry ,
wlillo the wind pressurosaro at least four
times as great.
"When you are la need of n physic , ono that
will clennso the system and regulate the liver
nnd bowels try St. Patrick's Pills. Sold by
BTOUMS AND CrjOUOHUHS VS.
Or. Felix Oswald Tells Something
I'orccaKtlnn the Weather.
Neither dikes nor reservoirs could pre
vent the ravages'of sudden Hoods , and
no naval architect has thus far devised
a plan for the construction of a com
pletely storm-proof sliip , but experience
has at least tnught ns to avoid perils
which wo cannot resist. The meteor
ological observatories of sixteen dilTor-
ont nations have been very busy in the
course of the last lifty years , and if the
direction of a storm could bo pro-
dieted as successfully as its imminence ,
disastrous Hoods and hurricanes would
rarely como unexpected , writes Dr. Felix
L. Oswald in Frank Leslie's Monthly.
A gale originating in the plains of West
ern Kansas , nnd keeping a straight
eastward course aw far an St. Louis , Mo. ,
may sudi'eiily ' turn southwest on striking
the valley of tlio Mississippi , and thus
save Oaio and Pennsylvania from the
predicted visitation. Kain-clomis that
have discharged their torrents all along
the gulf const froih Tampieo to Now
Orleans and drenched the plains
of Alabama , may refuse their showers
to the tuble-ltuulsof northern Georgia nnd
dissolve away into llcocy specks of vapor
where their moisture was porhnps most
sorely needed in a more condensed form ,
The most approved indications of rain
may prove delusive fn midsummer ; still ,
the observations , of many years have
facilitated the art of weather-prediction
by quite a number of tolerably reliable
general rule * . THuis storms have boon
found to have n tendency to blow from
regions of high to regions of low barometrical
metrical pressure ; nnd to bo preceded by
n rlso and followed , by a depression of
temperatureNdrth of the equator the
curves of cyclones turn from right to
left ; on the southern hemisphere from
left to right , and often to spend their
fury in the foothills of u high mountain
rnnge , but manage to resuino their work
of devastation on the plains beyond.
Counter currents have a tendency to
delay rather than neutralize far-trav
eled gales , and only a few months ago
four steamers nnd a multitude of balling
vessels wore saved by the otllcial meteorologist
elegist of .Singapore' , who kept his storm
signals hoisted in hpito of nil temporary
appearances of clearing skies , till on the
third day the retarded btoJm burst with
a fury soridy rued by all vessels that had
disregardi'il tlio prediction.
Fits , spasms , St. Yltus dance , nervousness
nnd hysteria uro soon cured by Dr. Miles'
Mcrvlno. .Free sampless ut Kuhu & Co , , liitu
NON'T ' UK DIHcOUltAC3l.5l : ) .
31 ti niitl Women Who Have Achieved
OrcntnoH * fuller DIlllcitlllcH.
On a certain occasion Marie Antoin
ette asked her prlnio minister whether
or not a project which she contemplated
could bo accompllshi'd , and Ills ivplv
was , "Mndnmo , if impossible , it shall
bo done. "
Of course the Impossible cannot bo
achieved ; but "impossibility" would not
Boom to have hud any place In the vocab
ulary of tlioso who have attained
distinction , says a writer in Harper's
Young People. "Kxporloneo is the bast
of teachers , ' nnd wo learn from the ex-
jierlonco of oilier. * , if wo have not ns yet
learned from our own experience that
tireless exertion and steadfastness of
purpose will remove whatever obstacles
may bar one's way to the proudest onil-
Anderson , the popular Danish author ,
was the son of n cobbler , and in his
earlier years worked "on the boneh"
most industriously , doing his lirst lit
erary work on scraps of paper kept beside -
side him , in the moinents whenlio rest Oil
from his regular duties.
Arsaces , who founded the Parthian
cmpiro , against which tho.mighty hosts
of Homo long contended in vain , was a
mechanic of obscure origin.
Borangcr , the celebrated French poet ,
wandered about 1'uris in a stale of pitia
ble destitution until lie obtained a situ
ation as pot-boy that is , to carry pots
of beer in piibllc-liouses and restaurants.
Burns was the son of a small farmer ,
nnd at an early ago displu veil an aypotito
for learning which ho had few oppor
tunities for gratifying'as is shown In the
most brilliant of his poems.
Can-era , beginning1 life ns a drummer-
boy and driver of cattle , iwo to the
presidency of the ropublbjof Guatemala.
Catherine , empress of lUtssia , in some
respects ono of the most remarkable
women that over lived , was a peasant
girl of Livonia and n camp grisotto.
Demostlioncs , the Grecian orator and
"prince of eloquence , " was the son of a
blacksmith. In his first attempt at pub
lic speaking lie displayed such a weak
ness of voice , imperfect articulation and
awkwardness that ho withdrew from tlio
speaker's platform amidst the hooting
and laughter of his hearers.
Giotto , noted as u painter , sculptor ,
architect , worker in mosaic and really
the founder of tlio modern Italian art ,
was a shepherd boy whom Cimahiio dis
covered drawing snoop on the sand with
a pointed stone with an accuracy that In
dicated a natural artistic ability , and bo
ho took him as a student.
Handel was nearly lifly years of ago
when ho published the first of those
musical compositions which have im-
mortali'/cd his name.
Sir Isaac Newton while attending
school was considered t > v his teachers
but little bettor than an idiot ; and Slior-
idan , the celebrated play writer , was
presented by his mother to a tutor as a
The foregoing examples prove conclu
sively that an humble origin , povertv ,
natural defects , age , or physical ail
ments need not prevent the attainment
of distinction , and they should bu en
couraging , especially to the young.
Mrs. "Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Chil
dren Teething rests the child and comforts
the mother. Wo n bottle.
TUB X1M3 SO DUCKS.
Stanley Not Kntitlcd to Any Credit for
Their JJIseov ry.
In the month of January , 1S5S , Cap
tain John Illuming- Spoke , attached to
the expedition of the famous captain ,
now Sir .Richard Burton , reached the
southern extremity of the great inland
sea situated south of the equator , which
ho called the "Victoria Nynnza. "
Speko's discovery was , however , incom
plete , many geographers claiming tlmt
the river which ( lowed out of the lake
in the north was not nor could it bo the
Nile , writes Colonel Chaillo Long in
Harper's AVepkly. Spoke endeavored
to trace this river , but when a short dis
tance from the hike , ho was driven from
the river and wns forced to abandon his
project , leaving the question still one of
geographical discussion and doubt.
Ismail Pasha , khedlvc , imbued with
tlio ambition to emulate his illustrious
sire discover the source of Egypt's
great river and extend his domain to
its head waters authorized Sir Samuel
Baker to undertake a voyage of discov
ery , which resulted in the finding of a
laKe ( in 1804) ) , which ho called the Al
bert Nyan/.a , situated between the first
and second parallels north. Baker thus
discovered the second Nile source.
Sir Snmuol subsequently was appointed
governor general of the equatorial prov
inces of Kgypt , and was replaced by Gen
eral Gordon in February , 1871. The
writer , then an olllcer in the general
stall of the Kg.\ptinn army , was chosen
as chief of stall to Gpncnfl Gordon , and
immediately on his arrival at Gondocoro
undertook to complete the unlinislied
work of Captain Spoke at the same time
that ho was urgently ordered to reach
the capital of the famous M'Tesn , king
of Uganda , with the view of antic
ipating the "Stanley Herald and
London Telegraph Expedition , " then
about to hot out from Eng
land. As may bo seen by the book pub
lished on this subject , a treaty was made
with the king just nine months before
Stanley's arrival , who found the ground
taken by the khodivo's military sta
tions , extending to the Lake Victoria
itself. It was a sore disappointment to
Stanley , for the even then coveted coun
try of Uganda had become Egyptian ter
ritory , as manifested in the following of
ficial note , communicated by the Egyp
tian minister for foreign all'alrs to' the
representatives of all the great powers.
It said :
"There is accomplished the annexa
tion to Egypt of all the territories situated
ted in nnd'iirbund the great lakes Vic
toria and Albert and their allluonts.
" \Vo are happy to liavo to announce the
result of Unit expedition , which has suc
ceeded , duo to the energy and devotion
of those who have accomplished it under
the direction of Gordon Pashn , and in
the generous tmirit of aiding in the
fecundation of these countries by civili
zation , by agriculture and by com
merce , "
In addition to the diplomatic coup do
main , which had boon the lirst intention
ami object of his mission , accomplished
under hardships and almost unp'iralloled
in the history of travel , the Amorioo-
Egyptian olllcer descended the river ,
anil after great suffering and endurance ,
and accompanied only with two faithful
boldiors ami two servants , ho traced tlio
stream tolls connecting point with Lake
Albert , thus solving liaully and forever
the problem of the ATilo sources and at
the hamo time adillng another Ifiko to
the system in the discovery of Luke Ib
Mr. Henry At. Stanley's nnmu has not
been mentioned here among those who
may claim to bo the dlhcovororn of the
'llo pources. Mr. Stanley is not a Nlln
Source discoverer , in fact. Ho did not
discover the Victoria or tlio Albert Ny-
an/.UH , nor l.uko Ibrahim , and these
lakes constitiilo the Nile nources , and
To the youni ; faceI'o7onl't Complexion
1'owdor ( dves fresher charms , to the old ro-
uowcd youth. Try It.
A U'omaii ri StraiiKo Knlc.
Some three yonrsngo a man from Clin
ton , Ky. , named Graham moved with his
family to Kingmun county , Kan. lie
did not dwell In Kansas satisfactorily
lccaiie of an innrdltmtu droii.l of . }
oloniM on his wife's p.irt and her dislike
for the state became of its reputation In
that way. lHn oldest daughter , besides -
sides , during Ills residence in the Btato ,
was In continual apprehension of being
sen pled by Indium , for which she had u
Htvjclal dread. Mother and daughter by
tlii'ir dUwthfuiMUm dually provallod
upon CJralianito return to his old home
In Kentucky. This was about u year
ago. Six months ago the town of Clin
ton was struck by a cyclone , the Gra
ham house wns eoinplotoly dmnnllslu'd ,
and Mrs. Graham met her death in tlio
very way she had loft Kansas to avoid ,
and the still stranger part was that n
Hying timber struck the daughter and
severed her sculp. The daughter re
covered but isdlsllgurod. Graham htm-
self was hurt and is still prostrate.
Try the Imperial champagne. Its horpiet Is
delicious ; It Is perfectly pure. A hottlo with
your dlnnor will Invigorate you for a day.
1G02. Sixteenth and Parnain streets Is
the now Hock island ticket ollloa. Tick
ets to till points east at lowest rates.
Would Coinn Mitnrilay Anyway. R |
Tlio clergy in London have fallen into
such a habit of interjecting. " ! ) . V. " into
everything and upon all occasions that
other people liavo begun to ridicule the
practice as a thin hypocrisy , writes Ku-
gene Field In the Chicago News , The
Hov. Joseph I'nrkor is much given to
tills sort of thing , In front of his church
there ia a largo sign announcing that
"on ovorv Sabbath morning Dr. Parker
willD. ( V. ) preach tit lOKIU o'clock , and
on every Subkith evening ho will ( IXV. )
preach at 8 o'clock. " Prof. David Swing
of Chicago , tells a story of a member of
his congregation a lady of singular
piety , but not surprisingly bright In
tellectually. Ono day the professor got
a note from this lady , saying : " 1 .shall
hope to call upon yoiiI.V.iit-xt ( ) Thurs
day , but anyhow on Saturday. "
l or beauty , for comfort , for Improvement
of the complexion , use oiilv I'oz oni's 1'ow-
der ; there's nothing equal to It.
Fanny Williams of Columbus , I ml. ,
lias completed a ton milo grading con
tract on the K. & . It. railroad , and has
taken a contract for twenty-live miles of
grading on another road.
Nervous dobilitv. poor memory , dtftldcncc.
sexual weakness , plmplescurod hv Dr. Miles'
Kervlno. Samples free at Kulm & Co.'s l.Hh
Tickets at lowest rates and superior
accommodations via the great Hock Is
land route- Ticket olHco , 10012 Six
teenth and I'arnam streets , Omaha.
\VII1 Kim Seventy Miles nn II inr.
The "Washington now line , " consist
ing of the Central Itallrond of New Jor-
fcoy , the Philadelphia & Reading and
Baltimore & Ohio railroad * , is to cut
down the time between Xew York and
Philadelphia. Altogether they will
biivo from six to eight minutes by the run
A saving of six minutes will bring tlio
time between .Joi'oey City and Philadel
phia to 102 minutes for a distance of
eighty-nine miles. This is at tlio sus
tained rate of fifty-two and one-third
miics an hour. By reason of thoscveral
grade crossings , whore the engineer is
obliged to slow down , and the bridge a
milo long over Newark bay , where ho
must come down to twenty miles nn hour ,
the speed for a part of the distance is
much greater. Between Plainllold and
Elizabeth over seventy miles an hour is
made at times.
Far Cure of
' V-tf '
. - . . .
T71OR FALE-JJnlcocnttnseson 5-lxlh avenue
* - ' hot ween Sixth and Seventh streets. Very
plipnp K taken Immediately. Iiuinliti of Mrs.
1C. Noaek , Itu7H. Oth st.
FOU SALE-Orwllt trade for a peed road
team , stallion No. ( II , registered InVul -
Ineo. lly Dr. Archibald , dam l > y K'eutueky
Cluy , 5 years old. Apply to Dr. Macrae.
ANTKD-Ooocl clrl liy Jlrs. A. 1' . Han-
cliutt , 120 Fourth htrout.
1OU KENT TWO conl : modern lioases , AV ,
W. linger. 8S I'oarl ' street.
T71OH SAIn or Itunt Ourdun land , wltli
-U houses , Uy J. It. Uluo. 10J Main St. , Uouiiull
\yilY pay runt wncn you eanlniy n homo on
Ti tlicsaino terms , and in cusaot yniiriliiiith
utility time louvo yonr family tliu homo clear
on thu following terms :
A homo worth il.OO'J at JI3 per month.
A homo worth il..VJ ) ut MS per month.
A homo worth i..IK ) : ) ut 721 pur month.
A homo worth f.'l,0K : ) ut * 11 pur month.
A homo worth M.OOJut $ H j/er month.
Oilier prlei'il homes on tliosamn ternm. Tim
nhovo monthly payments Ineludu prlaclpil
und Intnruit. Kor fifll particulars call on or
address the , Hidd& Wells Co. , CM llroailway ,
L'onnell Bluffs , In.
JjlOIl KENT Thn stern room , No. 18 , fronttnj
. on I'tsarl ht. W. 0. Jamus.
"V\f fi II.YVB sovnr.il bountiful ino lorn Irima
it that wo will tra.dufor n'uml > ur.id vn > ui
IOB | InUiiiiiha or Uonnull UlutTs. Thu Judd &
\Yull.sCo. . Oonncll WultM. la.
F. M. Ellis & Co. ,
And BuiUing Superintendents.
Hooins 4:0 : and n ! Hou HnlUlIn , Omaha ,
Kub. , and Kooins ll und "K ! Morrlum Illock ,
Council I Mull's , la. Corre ponilenco sollc'ltuil.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
DK. J. D. JACKSON , Dental Snrgor/ .
All klndsof work ilnnn. V > \ eon N-IVO one-
half on your old unit hlh'tir Illliiii.'liy ei
at loom ' 'J,1 .Murrl.-iin block. Ooiuu-ll Kluir
IS ! \ blood ilhomo. L'ntll ( no poison l.i
oxcllud | ) from tlifl syMem , there enn
bo no euro for this lontlisoiuo mill
( laiiRoroim wnlndy. Tlirrcforo , the only
ciffcctlvo trontiwiit is a tliorottgli course
of Aycr's SnrHUmrllln | thobestof nil
blood purifiers. The sooner } ou login
tlio better ; ilulny Is dangerous ,
"I ww troubled with catnrrh for over
tun yours. 1 trlwl various remedies ,
nnd wns treat nil by ft iniiuborof ] IIVH | | <
clans , lint reeelvod tin lionollt until I
began to take Ayw's Sarsaparllln. .A
few bottles of tliU niedleltie emeil ino of
tills troublesome complaint niul com *
plotuly restored my health. " Jesse M.
li'ggsnolmun'8 Mills , K , C.
" " \Vlion Aycr's Sarsnp.irilla rec
ommended to inu for catarrh , Ivas in.
cllncd to doubt Its etileiiov. Having
tried so ninny remedlf * , with little lion-
ollt , I hud no fnlth that nnytliliiK would
cum inc. I became emaciated ( nun losi
of aivtlt ] ] and Impaired digvstiim. I
bad nearlvlost tlui .sense of Biuull. and
my system was badly derailed. 1 wn.1
nliout discounted , \\lmna \ friend urged
ino to try Ay ! i'n Sarsar.arllln , mill re-
ferrrd 1110 to pomms wboni it linil cured
of rntnrrli. A tier taking Iwlt 11 dozen
bottles of tills iw'ilU'lno , I am convinced
that tlio only sure \\i\y \ ut treating till *
olMtlnatn dUeuMt is through tint blood. "
Olmrlrs 11. Maloliuy , 11U River St. ,
Lowell , Mass.
run-Aim ) nv
Dr. ' . C. Ayer & Co. , Lowell , Mass.
1'rlcc $1 ; eU bellies , ( i. Worth < i n bcttlo.
* * * - }
Cor. Broadway and 20th Street.
1 Council Hindi , laTer
Tor tlictrcatmeiitof all surgical amlcbronla
' diseases anIdlseasosot ( the lilnoil.
1'rlvato ' diseases of theuilnary and sexual
orfnn ! . as syphilis , slrlctari1 , cystitis , spur-
iiiatorrolioi : ! , hut manhood , so.Mial liopotenco
and weakness triMtod sin'cessfully.
rnrtlctiliiriittuiilloiiiiiilil to diseases of tlio
limits , as Astliniu , CoiisiinilitIon. IlMiiehltlB
Cntiirrli , Etc. I'aralytls. Kidney ( IM-iiM'S ui
Diabetes , Itilght'x l > lMiasoIth"iiiiiat | . < iii , Piles ,
Canrer. Varlocelu. llydroi'i-lo , Dronsy , Tit-
incr. DIsensKs of Iho eye nnd e.ir. ( 'lull feet.
Sjilual eiirvatnruand all illseusesof th IHIIK-H ,
We have nrtop.ii'tmerit demteil exclusively
to HID tivntiiiec't of t'terlnedlseiisi'S
Mt'dlelno sent .securely pacUodand freefrotu
elM > rvallon.
Curre ] > iiiiU'iu-oconlldeittlul. Address :
DR. BELLINGER'S .
Siirgic.il . Iiutitiitc anl Private Hospital ,
Cur. llrumlivny anil 2ulli tt. . Council lihillH , la.
J. 1) . HDMf.vnsOsI'rc.s. . n. L. Snun.uiT , Vleo-irci |
rilAHi.ns H. IIANN'AV , Cn'lilur.
CITIZENS STATE BANK
Of Council Bluffs.
Paid up Capital $1GOOOO
Surplus anrt Profits BOOOO
Liability to Depositors. . S3O.OOO
DIKKCTOIIS : T. A. Miller. K. O , Qlcnsoii , 12. I *
Sliumirt , K.Hurl. \ . .1. I ) . Odiiiunson , Clmrlei
C. Iruiman. Transiiet Ke-neral banktii bnut-
IICFS. I.aiKust ( apltal and surpliis ot any
bank In outhwcitora lo\vi. ;
INTERESTON TIMtDEPOSITS. .
MAXON & BOURGEOIS ,
FINE INTERIOR DECORATIONS.
Tiooin 2.'iO Mi'ir.iiin IlloeU. Council UlntTa fowa
ItooinOlO XV. . Life ilulldlng , Uiunliu , Nob.
OFFICER & PUSEY
Corner Mulno nml Hromlivny.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Dealers hi foreign and domestlu nxeliaiiKO.
Colloetlonsmadu und luterebt paid on tluia ,
THE J. A , MURPin
Iht Avenue and -iHt Ht.
Sash , Doors and Blinds
Hand and PcriH S-iwlni. Ko-Sinvlnis und
I'hinlliK , Siiwlnjt of all IcIiuK 1'oroli ' HracUoH.
Hindi n ? wootl W.W ) | ior load dellvriod. I'loan
Hiiwdusl by the Imiiul. i"e. . All work to 1)
Hist cluss. Ttilephono ' .
"VUUK I'ATKONAGK SOIJOirKI ) , "
Electric Trusses , Belts ,
Chest Protectors , Etc.
AKinta Wanted. Dr. O. .O. Judd.
GOC Broadway , Council Bluffs , la.
27 MAIN STniilST.
OvcrC' . II. Jariiiomln ) .V do's Jewelry Stora.
C. A , BEEBE & COMPANY ,
Wholesale uud Itctnll Dealers hi
xt Stock and Lowest I'rlce < , Deuleri t-end forCatalosuo.
Nos. iiO'i and iiOT'lU-oitlway , and U01 und SiO'l'l'Ioruo ' Street , Council lUulTrt , la
Kntfinoor. PlnnB , Hatlmutos ,
n . Suporv'mlon of Public Work. Hrowo > v
Illulls , In , > .
N Jujtico of the I'onco. Olllcu ever Amorlcnn KxprosiJ , No. 121
i jjroutVllyjoimcll , ] BlulTs , lovvu.
Pr OiYYin Attumoys nt L.IIW. 1'rnctico in Iho Stnto anii Kudora
( Y ) jIlJ10" CourtBl Kooms7 Ulld 8 Shutfurt-Douo Hlojls , Coutiol