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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : THURSDAY. JUNE 30. 1802.
THE OMAHA BEE.
COUNCIL , DLUPFa
OFFICE ! - NO. 12 PEARL STREET.
Ctlimrd ly Carrier to any pnttof the Cltr
II. W , THVTON. - MANAGER.
Ilmlneaa Office . No 41
KlBllt Krtllor n
N Y. Plumbing Co.
liostou store for dry goods.
Council Binds Lumber Co. ,
Governor Boloi at Chautnun.ua Saturday
Ml & llonn EUoman entertained n early of
friends last evening ut the Grand hotel.
IHnncho Mulvancy ana Mary Doty were
fined flfl.10 In pollco court yesterday for
drunkenness and sent to Jnll.
H. P. Douds cut his foot badly yesterday
morning \vlillo cutting down a big trco at the
corner of Madison and Plorco street ? .
The Council muffs bnso ball club xvill go
to I'lattnmouih , Noli. , Sunday , aud will play
ttio club of that place two games on Sunday
Tlio bnrbucuo nrranjzcd for the Fourth at
Chautnuiiun Is to bo freo. * Ktcry onowho
npplica at ttio doslpnutcci nlaco will got a hot
roast bsuf sandwich. Swift & Co. donated
Ilio ox , which weighs 2,000 pounds.
Captain W. A. Hnye < t was arrested yostor-
dny on an Information Hied In the ofllco of
the city clerk clmmlng him with drunkenness -
ness and disturbing the ncaco. Ho will hnvo
a trial In pollco court this morning.
The Imperial aunrlotto ot Chlcntro , which
npucais next tiaturdny ntChntiiuqun , has the
i imputation of being the finest mnlo quartette
in the west. The ussurnnco 1 > Riven that
they will nrouso moro enthusiasm tirro than
uny quartette u blcli has over appeared horo.
Charles lllcks , 5 farmer residing near
llnucnclc , was bcfoto the commissioners of
Insanity jcsterday for an cxamlnutlon. Ho
Is subject to fuqucnt unmanagcablo spoils ,
when ho wants to kill some one. Tbo cou.-
inUsloncrs ordered him cunllncd Iti St. Uor-
The clothing wnlch was found by tbo police -
lice near Ullbcrt's Ice house Tuesday night ,
sunposed to buvo been placed there by
thloves , bus been Identified by Jack Mills ,
Jnck 1'urnell und Willlum Madden as their
proicrty. It : was stolen from tholr room
uurlng Tucsduy evening.
Porter King was tried before Justice
SweatIngen yostcrdnv afternoon on a charge
of ctnbrz/llng W , which ho collected for E.
D. Burito whllo ho was In his employ and
foiled to turn over. Ho pleaded guilty to
collecting the money but claimed to have
given it to Burke. Ho was dUcbarccd.
Allss Eva Nason ontettaincd n low frlonds
informally last evening nt her homo on Benton -
ton street , in honor of MIsiLonaFnudn. who
lias Just returned from an eastern trip. Those
present were the Misses Nclllo Hnrdln , Miuo
Senly , Mao Bryant nnd Lena Fonda , nnd
Messrs. Will Martin , Lou Chapln , KtrkStod-
Uurd nnd Ucorgo Maync.
A flro was discovered at 3 o'clock yester
day morning In a small building at the cor
ner of Plorco nnd South First streets. The
origin of tbo blnzo Is a myt > tcry , but it took
only a few mlnutoa to rxtlngulsb it. Tun
building Is ouoof the old landmarks. It was
erected In 184'J by a man nuniod Cbudwlck ,
who disposed ot It to C. O. Mynstor nnd
given by him at his death to his son , W. A.
Mynstor , to whom It still belongs. In 1850
it bora the distinction of being the only
wentherboardrd house in the city , all tbb
rest being composed entirely of logs.
Oniccrs Murphy and Peterson bad a lively
flkirmlsh last evening whllo trying to arrest
John Dovanoy , who lives at tbo corner of
Fifteenth avenue and Seventh street , nnd
ngnir.st.vliom a complaint had been made nt
headquarters on account of a row that ho
was making ; In which tbo wbolo neighbor
hood wns Involved. Whoa the oftlccrs
arrived ut bis house they found
him administering a whipping to his wife.
They took a hand , but Dcvnaey showed his
dUnl'cnsuro ' at their Interfering with his
tousohold discipline by uslnc bis Hsu upon
the ofllccrs In an easy , graceful manner. In
the scufllo Ofllcer Peterson lost bis watcb ,
Ofllcer Murphy had bis watch chain "broken
in three pieces and lost one of them , while
Dcvanoy only lost his liberty. Ho If , charged
with disturbing the pccco und resisting an
Colfnx glnecr ale and mineral water
flold at wholesale by Duquette & Co. .
Ilurcl .Man to Heat.
Yesterday was a hot dnv and there
were only two Royal Hurdmnn pianos
Eold by thn Mueller Piano and Organ
company , 103 Pearl street. But it makes
no difference how hot or how cold it cuts
it don't ' ulfoot the sale or the glory of the
Ilardmitn piano. It is always hard to
beat the Royal Ilardman , and the Har
rington is a close second in popular
favor because it is made by the Hard-
nmn company and is the best middle
grade instrument in tlio world.
At Manhattan beach , Lake Mannwa ,
\on the Fourth. .Swimming races , tub
'races nnd all sorts of wntor games. Ex
teiihlvo flioworks in the evening.
Prof. Hyde has cone to Texas to spend his
C. B. Towlo leaves today tor a visit to Now
T. J. Evans and family leave today for an
outing at L'nlro OlioboJI.
P. Wind returned yesterday from Ma-
rongo , wboro ho secured thu contract for the
erection of tbo now court house of Iowa
W. H. StUlwcll , superintendent of tha
Iowa division of the Hock Island road , who
has been In the city for several duys mist ,
returned yesterday morning to bis homo lu
Leave Council BlulTa from Rock
Island depot at 0:10 : a. m. , 8:30 : n. m. ,
U0 : ! ! it. m. , 10:27 : a. m. , 1:00 : p. m. , 1:50 : p.
in. , 5:50 : p. in. , 7:00 : p. m. , 7:30 : p. in.
For Rent First class saloon ; good
cation ; fine fixtures. Responsible party
can got long lease on good terms. Ad
dress 1) 21 , Boo ollico , Council Li lulls.
International C'uro association rooms
nro in annex to Grand hotul , 520 First
tivonuo , Council BlulTs , lu. For euro of
alcohol and opium dibcaso.
The Cominlttitu Ilennl Prom.
For several weeks past there has beer
considerable discussion among the farmers
and horttculturnlisls as lo the possibility of
petting up an ngileultural fair m Potta
wattnmlo county this full. The move
ment has finally tuken form and a commit-
tea has been appointed to Issua a call
to the farmers of ttio county asking them to
ninemblo anil altcutg the advisability of
nucli un cntorprlie. Tnls commlltco an.
pointed by the Pottnwattamle Countv Horti
cultural society has drafted the following
call : ,
OdU.NCii , nLitrw , In. . Juno M. 1S02. To the
1'unnura of I'olUiwiUUinilo County ! Tlii-ru
will lie u mi-etlnn or nil thoto Interested In
Ct'ttlir.1 fulr for '
up u I'ottnwuttamlo county ,
to tin Mold this ( nil Mii.iotvliuru In until rouniy ,
in thu t'oiirt homo In the city of Council
llluirk , July V , in 10 u. in. , to tuku suel
m Hun in may tliun und there bu ileemei
mlvmuldr. U Is to lu hoped that n full ropro
luiitntliin of the fninicis und tho.-.e mteri'stotl
In HilHiiuituiiiuiil will bu hud ut Hint time ,
rutliiwiittniiilix-ouniy etui Imvu n nuiunlll-
ti'iit iMiuiity fnlr II the nropcr utrort undion-
i'.i t of action U ualiiud ,
The roinmltleo consUts of J. J. Btoadman ,
W. L. Suupp , D.V. . Boruff. H. S. Vuiklus
J. H. Slvcr , J. A. llurell and J. P. Hess.
Prof. Zorltowbky will accept u few
moro scholar * on the violin or violin-
cello. Addrct-s 305 N. 7th.
ICO people in this city use gas stoves.
'Ilia CiiibCo. puts 'cm in ut cost.
. Hot weather prices in ploturo frames
at Rlloy & Shorradon'u art btoro.
McPhail plunos , 110 Stutsmnn Btreot.
Hand pugo 0 , Chautauquti progruui.
NEWS FROM COUNCIL BLUFFS
Ninth District Methodist Conference ) Ses
sion Commenced Yesterday ,
SOME INTERESTING CHURCH QUESTIONS
Matter * rprtiilnliiB to the S promt of the
Woril nnil tlin ( laoit of the Cause
Unilcr Deliberation 1'ru.
grain for Toiluj- .
The ninth district convention of the Mcth-
odlil Episcopal church , to which the Ep-
worth Icaguo * convention was a prelude ,
opened yesterday morning ot the Trinity
Methodist chut en. Over fifty delegates
were present nt the opening of the session.
In the morning J. D. Docking epoko
on the "Mission of Methodism. " In the
nftcrnoon J , B. Harris ot Donlson gnvo a review -
view of the general confuranco for tbo bono-
flt of UIDSO who were not present , nnd A. E.
Grlnith of Bhenandoah dlscu&sbd the ques
tion , "Shall wo have n summer revival cnm-
palgn on every cbargol' Fletcher brown , vtco
preslacntof tbo Simpson Centenary college
at InUinnoln , presented thu claims nnd
needs of tlio- Institution before the confer-
ciico. In the ovcnlni ; thcra was a cong and
revival seivlce , led by Hov. Hush Llnn ol
Northboro , nsslstcd bv Hev. C.V. . Urower ,
p.istor of tbo Fifth Avcnuo Mcthoalstcburcb
of this city. The following Is the program
for today :
MornliiR Session SM. : devotional service.
led by .lusoiiUulliipi 0OJ : , btmlnuns ! ll0."Ulty ! '
Kv.uiKcllir.iUon , " hov. II , II. Mutton ,
Afternoon l.U : , dovotloniil snrvlce , E. M.
lloir : tu , "riio Need of Methodism , " A. U
I'uniiocki ' . ' :4 ; "la llio
: > , Orpunlc Union of nil
MctlioUlst UliiiieliL-3 Deslruble ? " C. M. Waul ;
' ' Luslncsa.
Dr. Chnmborlnir , oyo. ear , throat
catarrh. ShrRtii't block , Council BlulTs
AVJKK : OK TIIK .IUNI : SAM : .
At the Hcmtoii Store.
BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPART
Spcchvl bargains in figured china
silica for this woolc only , nil our U5c iind
Too figured china silks for 50c. 6,000
yards corded tnffotii , sale price 12ju ,
worth 19c , ono of the ptottiost wash
goods on the inarUot. Chiffon , the latest
cruzo In nenk wear , just received , over
500 yards in all the newest shades nnd
combinations , on sale now at 25o a yard ,
worth from 39c to 50c.
Wash goods. Our line of wash goods
is the most complete in the west. Every
thing from thoJJc chnllio to the linest all
See our line of challics at 3c , 4c and
Gc. worth 60 per cent more.
Cropons , Bedford cords. Taffeta cords ,
pongees , etc. , all in at IL'jc , makin < r the
prettiest line of wash goods to bo found
Ladies' waists in white , black , black
and white , fnucy percale , etc. , in end-
'ess variety from 48o to $2.2o.
Children's lace caps , all our 31.00 and
81 2-3 caps during sale for 60c.
All our 50c. Goo and 7oo caps for 25c ,
this week only.
Sttnwlmtsin misses' nnil children's ,
don't have your children got sunstnick
wheu you can got a 2oc hat for 12e , a
60c ha't for lOc , a Too and $1.00 hat for
c.Ladies' nnd misses' black silk mitts ,
wo show the finest line over shown over
any retail counter. See our line at 15c ,
2oc , IKlc , 30c , 50c , 68c , 05c nnd T5c , with
out a doubt the best value over olTorcd
in such goods , see them , and you will bo
Mosquitoes ! Mosquitoes , bad fiends' ,
don't know that wo have pot. to have
thorn , but wo are sure to have thorn ,
prepare for their coming , have your
windows secured again&t them with the
patent adjustable window screens , they
are offering for 2oc each at the Boston
Towels , 50c dozen ; all linen towels ,
fancy colored borders , knotted fringe ;
the price you might style ono of the
seven wonders , 12jc. Ask to see them.
Hosiery and underwear. Wo have
always led. This season wo hnvo outdone -
done all previous efforts. See our line
in onyx , fast black , Hormsdorf , royal
stainless. Louvre , otc. Ask to see our
Indies' fast black hosu nt 2uc a pair , a
world boater. BOSTON STORE ,
Fothorlngham , Whltolnw & Co. ,
Council Bluffs , la.
Still Kicking on TIIXVH.
Suits were begun In the district court yes
terday by the Union Pacillc nnd the Union
Elevator companies by which tboy hope to
got out of paying the taxes which have been
assessed against them by the board of
equalization of Council Bluffs. The
Union Pacific has un assessment of
J ion , 000 against it for the east hnlf of
the bildgo across the Missouri river , ana
S1.5UU for furniture , making a lotal assess
ment of 8100,500. i'licy tervod notice upon
thn board of equalization. that they consid
ered the assessment cxcesslvo ana unlawful ,
but the boiud icfuBoil to maUo any reduc
tion. Ttiov now ask the court to doclura It
illcpul , cxcesslvo und unauthorized , und to
give them a Judgment for costs.
The elevator companp was assessed * , ' ! 0,000
upon its property , but upon raising nn oujoo-
tlon tbo amount wus reduced to $20,000.
They wont through the snmo program before
the board of equalization with the snmn re
sult. The court Is asked to make a ruling In
The Cliuutiiiiijim Opening ,
Every detail lo being carefully ar
ranged for the grand opening of the
Ohautauqua assembly next Saturday af
ternoon. The address of tne day will bo
by Governor Boies. Tho'io who have
never heard him will of course bo anx
ious to , especially since ho has won
n , national reputation. Those who
have only hoard him on political topics
will bo glad to hear him onanonpnr-
tisan theme. His address Saturday Is
to bo on "Tho History and Progress of
The musical features of the day will
bo ospuclally attractive * . Besides the
assembly band there will bo the Imper
ial quartette of Chicago and Mrs.
Nellie Bungs Skolton , the pianist.
Prof. CitrniM will give recitations in
connection with the muslcalo in the
In opening the Chautuuqua , Hon.
James McCaba will give the address of
welcome. Rev. Dr. CJoorgo Elliott of
Washington , D. C. , will give the intro
They 1'usieil Itcnolutlaiu.
A mooting was held at tbo Congrcgatlona
church lust evening to take action with
roforcnco to tbo rcsliraatlou of Hov. G ,
\V. XJroft , which has bcou under considera
tion for some time past. It was ( Itemed
to accept the resignation aud sot of
resolutions were unanimously adopted
warmly endorsing his work as pastor and
commending him to any fluid In which bo
may cheese to labor hereafter. Ho was re
quested to continue his pastoral rotations ,
until September 1 , with the understanding
that ho should bo allowed to talco such vaca
tion as ho suould think best.
Miss Antm Oborboltzer was elected church
cleric and E. C. Smith uiembor of tbo board
of trustees to fill vacancies. U was acclucd
to I'rect u Congregational headquarters on the
Clmutauqua assembly grounds similar to
that , of previous scasoni for the bonolltoftbo
members of tbo denomination ntid tholr
lllctidi who uiay vUlt the grounds.
Member * of the boat ilub are making a
strong effort to increase tbo membership ( of
the club preparatory to matting It ono ot tbo
leading soclul aud athlotlo organizations of
lull part of tba country. TUo mem-
bcrshlp is now about seventy-five , nnd 100 Is
the fleuro ut which they arc aiming. There
li talk of adding n new feature to the club ,
by renting a lull and titling It up as an
ntnlotlo club room , with all kinds ot nppitr-
atus , so that the club may bo kept together
during the winter as well ns In the summer.
A tnaotlne U to bo hold next Monday even
ing , at which the plan will bo talked over.
If your old furnnco needs overhauling ,
or if you contemplate putting in n new
one , you should examine the Uoynton
Gaslight. Mr. LnutJrwnssor , with
Shugnrt & Son , is a practical furnace
man , nnd will bo glad to ulvo you hla
experience in puch matters if you
choose to consult him. Don't wait
Cnmllilntn fur Hemp.
Foster Durns , a colored man , was brought
before Justice Swoaringcn yesterday morn
ing In pollco court to answer to the charges
ot Insulting ladles nnd assault with intent to
do great bodily Injury.
During his trial It was learned that .Burns
had tried to'cntlco a coupto of llltlo girls
away tbo other day. They were frightened at
his advances nnd told their mother , who wont
after the brute. Ho thereupon draw n razor
out of his nockot nna threatened to kill her
It sbo made him nny trouble. When ho was
tried before Justice Swearingcn ho was
bound over to the grand Jury and his bond
wns llxea at $250. Ho has ueon employed as
a hostler at the driving pnrk for some tlmo
Trains leave Mnmiwa dally at 8 and 10
a. m. , 12m. , and 1. 2 , iWH i ) . , : 0 , 4 ,
4)0 : ) , 6 , 6'iO : , 0 , 0 : 0. T , T:30 : , 3 , S:30 : , I ) ,
3:80 : , 10 , 10:30 : , 11 and 11:35 : p. in. The
11:56 : train will ninko connection with
the last electric motor ci r for Omaha.
\Vnnt8 ll\K \ Diltimgcs.
A libel suit was commenced In the dlstrlo
court yesterday by George II. Mcschendorf
airnlnst Thomas U. Tolle , J. H. Pace , M.
Wclker nnd F. M. Scanlan to recover ? 10,000
for Injuries to his character , which
ho claims to have suffered by
reason of tbo article recently pub
lished in tbo Omnha sensational
shcotlot of which To Ho used tn bo tbo Coun
cil Blurts correspondent. The three last
named dofcndunts are well known butchers
of this city , nnd Mcschondort claims to have
reason for believing that they have boon
bucking Tollo In the charges which ho made
I.Ix cry in u Luxury.
There is no more bonsiblo , enjoyable
luxury , no moro henltn-giving , pleasure-
nblo uno than a horse and buggy or n
tenm and carriage. Old and young ,
babies und all win share in tbo enjoy
ment. Mr. Holland , who has recently
returned from Los Angeles , Cal. , has
planned for furnishing Council BlulTs
people the luxuty of livery in its best
form. Ho has secured what has
been known ns the "Rink" stable ,
and' has completely remodeled it ,
making it not only ono of the
largest , but ono of the most complete of
any In the west Everything is so or
derly that a lady or child can go
through the entire establishment with
no moro cause of ofTonse than in a dry
goods store or other business house.
Mr. Holland prides himself on having
his business conducted on this policy ,
nnd what Is t-nuj of the stables Is also
true of the stock. Trusty horses now
buggies and line carriages , now harness ,
roliahlo drivers , in fact everything
necessary for a first class livery stable
ire provided , the assurance being given
that it will bo maintained thus as the
linest livery stable in the city. Mr. IIol-
"nnd has had years of experience and not
only knows what is needed , but how to
supply the need. Besides the lively ho
ivill board horses and take the same care
of private rigs that ho does of hiso\vn.
In remodeling the stables new floors
' ; iavo been laid , now stalls built , now
harness room , wash rooms , etc. , in fact
there is little to remind ono of the former
appearance , except the walls. The pub
lic will appreciate tbo improvements
made , and Mr. Holland will doubtless
speedily win a liberal share of the pat
Neglect of the City Council to Make u
Will South Omaha bavo a tax levy this
year Is an interesting question which has
Just been raised. No steps have as yet boon
taken by the city council to make a levy ,
and the tlmo for the preliminary steps In the
matter as provided bv law has explrea.
Tba charter governing cities of tbo tlrst
class , having moro than 10,000 copulation ,
plainly provides hew the city council shall
proceed In mulling tbo annual tax lovy. The'
Ih-st step necessary is tbo procuring of an as
sessment roll from the countv clerk and
which shall be la tue hands of the city clerk
not later than the third Monday In Juno.
Immediately thereafter tbo council snail give
six days notice of its sitting ns a board of
equalization , which shall last , flvo tlavs.
Tills must bo done bofora the liiuo
for the first mooting In July , nt
which meeting the levy must bo mado.
Tbo asscssmont roil has not yet bcon re
ceived oy the city clerk from the county
clerk nor has tha council given any notice o'f
its intention to sit as a board of equalization.
The regular July meeting of the council oc
curs next Tuesday evening nnd by the pro
visions of the charter the levy should bo
mudo nt that mooting. It will bo Impossible
to muko tha levy at chat ttmo and the ques
tion arises bow will the didlculty bo over
come. It has been suggested that tbo
council should sit as a board of equali
zation as soon as possible , and when Tues
day evening's mealing Is held take a recess
for a stifllclont length of time to onabio the
provisions of the taw to bo compiled with.
Another suggestion Is that the absence of a
quorum Tuesday evening would bring about
tbo desired result acd give asufllclont length
of tlmo to secure the assessment roll and enable -
able tno council to meet as un equalizing
The blame for this oversight of the coun
cil Is not laid at any particular person's door ,
and can to attributed only to tbo fact ihat
the members are not as familiar with tbo
provisions of the law for tax levying as tbev
should bo. Tbo members will undoubtedly
provo equal to the emergency , but tbo ques
tion Is bowl
Will Ho InittuMi'cl Tiiumlay livening.
South Omaha ledge , No. CO , Ancient Order
of Unltcd\Voricmcn , has elected the follow
ing ofllcors aud they will bo installed Tues
day evening : Past wortny workman , H. 13.
Monofca ; master workman ) ( J. W. Miller ;
foroman.M.V. Doyle ; overseer , Henry Prod-
maiiBon ; receiver , Edward Elstor ; financier ,
H. C. Hllllitcr ; recorder , Jacob Jasknlek ;
guldo , Philip Kern ; Inner watch , J. I' ,
Webb ; outer watch , Henry Dotrlck.
rirkuil Dp on tliu Strci'td.
At 3 o'clock yoitorday afternoon n child
about 11 years old uui picked up at Twenty-
fourth and A streets by a motorman and
turned over to the police. The youngster
narrowly escaped bclnf. run over , and per
sisted in gdttmg In the way ot passing
trains. Later in tbo evening the boy wus
recognized as belonging to Prank 'Daro ,
living ut Twonty-llftb and A streets , and
was taken to bis home.
Isotc * niul 1'ernoimU ,
Miss Ida Weltucr has gene on a visit to
James W. Murphy ioft last evening lor
Nooln , lu.
Ciiarlos Horn of Wilcox was the guest ot
J. I'Vobb yesterday ,
Dr. und Mrs. ESL. Krnbout returned last
evening from Atluntlo , la.
Tbo bachelor * who make the Leo hotel
their homo will give a ball on tbo evening of
Mr , und Mrs. Francis Doyle entertained a
party of f rtends last evening. Dancing was
tbo order of the evening.
Jonathan Johnson of ttio Cudahy Packing
company returned yesterday from an ox-
loaded vUlt lu Now England.
Ed Doud returned this morning from
Liverpool , England , wbero ho wociwltifa
largo shinmuat of export cattlo.
The members of It II Livingston poet ,
Grand Armr of the Uopribltc , will attend
the Council Bluffs Clf qtauqua in n body
cut on tbo
, , , by n tailing
timber. > v
At next Tuesday < jvcnlng's meriting Itho
Board of Education wlll.ibjoct the teachers
for South Omaha > cn , < i6U for the ensuing
year. There are thlrtyvyb positions to bo
Martin Welsh , not'urf ; known as "Ono-
EyoJ Htloy , " was nrrrstcd hist evening on
tbo charge of houso-br nklng. Ho broke
into Maurmslr's blacksmith shop Tuesday
The High school nlumnl was organized
yesterday. The oClcers nro : Miss Mary
Uccd , president : Miss Marlor. Thompson ,
vice president ; Miss Jcnnclto Mullen , secre
tary , nnd Charles Johnson , treasurer.
Pat O. Hnwes was la South Omaha last
evening nnd wns endeavoring to interest
prominent cltlions In a schema to advertise
the Magic City during the big convention.
His suggestion Is several banners being car
ried through the streets on which should ap
pear the following : "Tnko the South Omaha
motor trains nnd see the great Magic cltv
the third largest packing center In the
world. " Pat's schema U bomg considered.
Ylsltoil IMko'n 1'enk.
MAXITOU , Colo. , Juno 20. ( Special Tele
gram to Tun Bcc.J-Tho Colorado grand
comranndery Ivnlghts Temi.lar , in company
with Plko's Ponk commander ? No. 0 , made
a pilgrimage for inspection nnd drill to the
summit of PlKo's Peak today. The party
numbered over 100. They oxpurloncod suu-
alilno , ruin , hall and snow lu the ascent o'vcr
the road. The cntlro day was ocuiplcd
In this trip. The following iclcprnm was
sent from the summit to the head of llio
SmtMITTH' I'lKli'R 1'FAK , Colo. . Jllno SO. TO
John I1. S. tlohln , Lebanon. I'.i. : The grand
coinninndery nnd triennial committee sund
Kiilulitly ( 'rcotlnz to the gr.nid imislor and
Invltuthc prnnd encampment to bold iiscs-
slon of Its next eonulavo horo. V , It. lltr.L ,
11. U OAIIII. Chulrniun.
For N-\v Scl . I Jlullilliigs.
Last night the Board ot Education decided
to erect ton-room buildings on the Lathrop
nndcal Omaha sites ; a twelvo-room buildIng -
Ing on the Center slip , am' to have plans for
the Windsor ploco school drawn to cost not
ever $ 5,000. A contract for tha boiler house
nnd ether tmprovomcntstat the Park school
was lot. A committee was appointed to con
fer with Landscape Architect Cleveland with
a vlow to beautifying the school grounds.
ARE YOU SUFFERING ?
; " Diseases.
IF SO , OAIiTj ON
Or. Searles &
Acknowledged to bo tbo most successful spo-
clullsts In nil I'litvATE , lli.ooo , NKIIVOUS , SKIN
AMI UlllNAHV DUKASE-l
Ooiiorrli.u i in f m-ii .1 to fl davs. Syphilis
cured without Mercury. All st i es for life.
8T1IICTUHK pprmsncnlir cured , roiuovnl com-
plcto , without cuttlnu , cnuillc or tlllntntlon. Cure
nHcctptl at liomo by luitlont without u moment's
AND ilBCTAI , UMB1U curoa
wstlioat | ) i ln or detention from bmlnvas.
HVnitOCei.R ANI > VAlllCOCKl.i : crmnnontly
and > ucccf > > ( ullr cured. Method naiv nnd unfailing.
( VITALITY WEAK ) , Made so by too clo3 nppll-
cntlon to business or Btudyi novoro mental strainer
or Krlof ; SEXUAIj H.BSSHS tn mliullo llfo , or
from the effects of youtliful follloi.
WiiAK MBN AllU VICTIMS TO NKllVOUS DK-
IIIUTY or EXHAUSTION , WASTINK VVKAKNKsS
iNVOI.UNTAltY IXJS8KS with KAItIA' DECAY In
YOUNH nnd M1DULK AGKO ; lock of vim , vlROr
nnd strength , with soxunl orKuna Impaired nnd
\\fnkcneneil prctnnturolj In uppronclilnx old nvo.
All rlnld readily to our njw treatment for loss ot
vltnlpOHcr. Cnll nn or nddruiH wltli Btninpfor
clrculnra , Iroo book und receipts.
Dr. Scarlcs & Seafles , 1IS WIA.5lSliroot
uinininiiiiiniiiiiiiiiinniniinTiTiiiiiiiiiiiTiiiiiiimiirii i :
Locks with small keys are
countless most of them are
The word "Yale" , or this
mark ( Y&T ) on lock or key
will enable you to discrimi
Vale ft Towne Mfg. Co.
DEATH IN WATER ,
The Millions of Danger. ) Witter Contains
nml llio Hipldlly With Which They In.
crcn c Don't Take Atiy I'h.uic ' . s.
Few people lii\7 * my Men how Impure even Itio
riTo'l drinking nntcr l . Tlio Tory best knrmn l f l
of germ * . They nro the mo l prollllo trcMuw of
wlilch wo hnvo nny kfiowleilRO , for n vlixlo one m y
jo llio cnn ntltr psrcnt of moro Jinn Ut-oi : million ,
lltolniiidrcd llioii'nn 1 ilc-ccnJnntA In n ilny. Thcr
nronl'o iio c scil of grent Tltnllty.for llicy mnbo
cnrrlcitKrpfttill t.inco' In wnter without lo lni tholr
: ioifcrof producing < ll c.i o. They rim befrotcn or
Dvrn boiled without tielnit dc'lroyctl. Thof nmybo
kept itrloil for jrnn nmt yet when | il ceit In n jultnblo
medium will ronio In Ufa Hint produce fermentation
nnil ilcc y. Thpy nro the prcnl producers of nmlnrlnl
rover , crlo , nnd most serious dl oa es.
Hut , " you sny , " what can bo done to nrold norms
f Into they cnnnot ho killed by bol Inul" 1 lioro I * but
cno thing which will clTectlvcly destroy them nn'l '
thnt I ; romlng In contact with spirits. A sinnl
fimountof iHirorplrltsIn the wnlcr lll offeeluiilly
kill them nnl deMrojr their evil ctroeK but U Miovil.1
bo berne In mind thitt nothing but the purest nnd
went ipltlts thoiild bo u ed for this purpo ennd thii
nothlnit U equal to wlilsioy. Not the ordinary
whiskies which nro upon tba mnrkat , but Miniothlng
inrnboTo tlioiu-tomollilnu which Is hlRhly endorsed
by tho.'clentlHe world , fcuc'.i n whiskey Is Dairy's
liirr * MtitLwiilrh U in 1.ir mnrn tinnnlnr thnn ever
bpforo In Itihl torynnl which Is dolnit wonder * to
destroy the germs ot every Oupiue. There nro hun
dreds of fnmlllos who < i o It constantly In connec
tion with their ilrlnklnx wnter , loth ut tlioliblo
nnd between menli. lloirnra of nny ilniKKlst or
grocer who ooks to oner you romotlihiK ho mysls
"JuiUsBooJ. " Duffy' * It the only pure tiicillclnRl
hlAgy iipjn tu omnrkut.
h llr < t ilow oft oil nntunlilicd the In-
nllil , glvhifr elasticity of mlnii.lmoy1
imcy orlimly , gooil illge
lowols nnil Milhl llcslu ITIci' , ! .
To the owners ot lots and pi\rts of lots nnd
re il cotsite 11)0112Hh ) struct from Hues strcut
to 1'iiclllo street und 1'aolllo struct from " 1th
stii-ot toS.Mhvemio In the city nf Oin.ttin.
Von mo hereby notidoil that thu nndnr-
slmioil. three disinterested freoholdcraof the
city of Omnlii. liuvo boon duly appointed bv
the iniiyorlth tbo approval of the city
council of snld oity , to assess the damage to
tht > owners respectively of the property uf-
fectod by the ulianirn of cr.tdo of 3th street
from lioi-s Btroat to 1'nclllo street nnd I'nclflo
street f rum Mlth street to SUli axcnuu , de
clared nceossnrv bj ordinance 1S4 , piissod
Mny i'O , A. I ) . V-1. ' . npurovt-d Muy 'is , A. 1) . IbO. .
You are further notified , that having nc-
copted suld nppolntnicnt. nnd dulv qunllllod
us required bv law , wo will , on tbo llth uuy of
July. A. I ) . 1MW , iittlm hour of 10 o'clock In
the forenoon , nt the ofllco of John R flack ,
rooin.'ul , Oliuiubor ot Coniinorco within the
corporate limits of said elty , meet , for the
nurposn of eonslderlne nnd iiiuklnitlio assess
ment of danmgo to the owners respectively iif
said prouprly. ulToctoil bv siilrt chnniro of
grade , tuitltu Intoconslderntlouspocliil Lono-
Votiro ! notlfled to bo present nt the tlmo
nnd ulnco nfnrcsnld and niitkc nny olijecllons
tnnr statements concerning suld assessment
of dumugcs ns yon may consldor nropcr.
JOHN I1 , r IjALtlv ,
OEO. J. I'AtlU
Commlltuo ot Appraisers.
Omnha. Juno 23. Mi J29dl3t
Eye I Ear
Gifc al Swl § Disi
rcFtfncllitlcs , epunratus "u nn liotnodioi
forsiiccosstul tra itmant of ivorv form
of Ulsoaso renulrln i ii.odlo.il or
60 beds for p.ulonts , bo iril nnJ attoadanaa
Uest uccotnojiitions In the trosr.
Wrlto for circulars on deformities nnJ
br.icos. triissos. club foot , ourv.ituros of suluo ,
plica , tumor-i , o moor , o.itirrli , bronchitis , Iti-
huliuion.oloctrlelty , p iralysls , collnusy , kld-
nev. bmddor. oyg. oar. skin an 1 blooi n < l all
DISEASES OF TOMBN fto5kpoSSfAJJ55 !
Women KKKK. Wo liavolutolv ad led ; x lyltu-
In ( lop irltnont for women durlnz eonllnumont.
strictly pr v.ito.l Onlv Kollablo Mudloal lu-
stltuto inaklnc a Snoul iltyo.
All Hood Ulsu.isos Hticcoistully troatol.
Syphtlltlo 1'olson romovcd from the Byitoin
without ini-roiiry. Now itostoratlvo Truat-
ment for Loss ot VITAL I'OWKIt 1'orsouH unable -
able to visit us mav bo tro itod at homo by
torro.suon lonco. All conimtinle.Ulons conll-
dcntlal. Mod clues or liislruiiinnt > aont L > y
mail oro\iress. ] socuruly packed , no m ir s to
Ind catucontentbor Hendcr. Una person.il In-
torv.ow prufurro I. Call anil eons.ilt us or soud
history of your case , und wo will send In plain
wrunuor , our
Pnnif Yfl MPtJ FREE : Uuon I'rlvata ,
DUUK IU MCflf ,
bpooiul or Nervous n-
oiisos , Impotenoy , S/phllla , Gloot an 1 Vurluo-
cele , wtthiiuo-.t'on HsU
Unices. Apnllances for Deformities * Truaui.
Only in'iauf.iotory intho Weatot ItKVOtl U-
iry lu'i'Li.iAVtsit , 'J.'ttUaati , KLKUJL'IHU
JA IIKK IKSAZUJl KT. I .S.
Oinalia Mctlidil and Surgicil InstitutJ ,
26th and Broadway , Oounoll BlaDfi
Ton mlniitos' rldo from cantor ot Omulrv on
Omaha and Oounoll Ululfi uloatrlu motor Huo.
F.r.JAOUEi & .CO. KAN3AS CITV.MO.
THEGREXT LIVER and STOMACH REMEDY
Cures nil dlsordo&Cof the Stomach , LIror , lluiroh , Kl.Ioiy : < , Itlulibr , Nerv : u
; , Loss of Apfoctlto , Hcadat'lte. ( 'onsllpntlun , Costlvoir.S' ) , Iti IliraUi in , lill-
oai ness , , 1'eicr , 1'iljpj-jjEtc , , nnd rcnlors thn syslont Ics * llabln to coiitiMct dlsu.tsa.
RADWAY'9 PILL * are oiiro for this compiulnt They tone up the Internal secretions to
bcalthy notion , restore HtWiiUli to tha Htoinnch. uud oiiablo It to perform Its functions , '
I'rlce 2 ou box. 8ol l by all dnuuUts , or mulled by HAD WAV A : CO. . 'J-J Wurron Street ,
Now York , on receipt OTprico.
1316 Douglas Street , Omaha , Neb.
Th * eminent i | > etlall t la norvoai , clironlr , prlvnlo. blooi , tklaand unnarr dlirnioi. A rorvlar and
rcnltti'rod yraduato In mudclno , ui dlp.omm nnil curilllratvi cliow. It till treallntr wllli tha greatint nurcvii
rularrti , iporniBlorrhocs. lost mantiuoil.iamln&l w . * alinu s. ntgal lotiei , linpoteuoj , sirphllu. > trlcluro. icon *
orrlitiea. Klovt. rarlcocule.cto. No mercury u eJ. Nor ; trentmunt for Ion of rlial puwi-r , i'arllei uniiblu to
vUUmu umj l > lroato I t liuiuu Ly oorru i > ouilcncu. JlcJklnt or Iniirunirnt * > unt by nmllureiprnii >
ourolrpnckeil , nouiarki tolnillcato contuiiti ortenititr. Duo uerxmal luiurrlaff pruiaireil. C < iii uli tloo
Irva. Corrcipundunfo Hitctlr prlTAta. Hook ( Mjritirlti or U : J teat tin. OUau buur < Ub. u. lo D p. m.
iuuilnji IU . ui.to ilia.taouu > Umior rupir.
rupir.BE Kvery MAN cm l > <
BE ft MAH OUOUBln 8'JKONQ all and reipecli VIQ.
_ _ _ by utinK SI'ANIBIl
NMUVINK , tbesrcat Spanlah Itemed7. YOUNQ M1JN
Oil OLD ullrrluu from NIUIVOUB CII1II < ITY , tOHT 01
1'AII/INO UANHOOO , iilKbllXfinjisioni , convuliloni , nervous
protlrailODCHUiid bylbeuie of opium , tobacco or alcoholwake *
fulneii , mental iiepre > iion , Ion otpower in either lex , ipermalor *
eirnonit AMU AITKH ui , rnuia cauied brseliabuta and overlndulRencr or any perional weak *
neiicau be rnloroU to jicifccl bealib and Ilie NOUl/U VZTAIITY Of STIIONO MliN.
Wo give a written guarantee with C bema to cure any caie or refund the money , | i t boijd koiei (5
For Sals In Omaha by Snow 'L.und & Co.
THEY WASH THEIR CLOTHES
t eif style.
MADE ONLY BY
V TWIN CITY STEA.M DYE WORKS.
G. A. Schoodsack , Proprietor. OIUcos 021 Brondway , Council BlulTs and 162
Farnam St , Omaha. Dye , clean nnd rcfinioh goods of every deter ption. P'icU '
iraos recoivoa nt either ollico or nt the Works , Cor. Ave. A and 20th St. , Councl
Bluffs. Send for price list. . . . ,
Merchants who have shop worn or soiled fabrics of nny character con have
them rodyod nnd tin ( shod equal to now. , , _ . , , , , . , ,
- rr > n r t A
BED FEATHERS RENOVATED AND CLEANED BY STEAM , with the
most nppvroved machinery , at less cost than you ever paid before
. W. PANgLE , ffl. D.
The Coed Samaritan. 20 Years' Eipericnto.
READER OF DISEASES OF MEN AMD
WOMEN. rilOPItlETOll OF T11E
WOItI.D'S IIKUIIAt , UISl'KN-
SARY OF MEDICINE.
/treat the following Diseases :
Catarrh of the llcad , Throat , and Lungs : DI * .
oases of the Eye and Ear , Kits nnd Apoplexy , Itcnrt
Disease , Liver Ooinjilalut. Kidney Cornplalnt ,
Nervous Debility , Mental Depres
sion , Loss of Manhood , Seminal
Weakness. Diabetes. Brlghfs Dl'case , St-Vltus'
Danco"Kheurbatlsm , roralysls , White Swelling ,
Scrofula , Fever Sores , Cancers , Tumors
and Fistula In ano removed without
the knife or drawlna a drop of
blood. Woman with htr delicate orpans re
stored to health. Dropsy cured without tapping.
Special Attention given * ° P vato
and Venereal Diseases of all kinds.
85O to S50O forfeit for any Venereal DIsease -
ease i cannot cure without moroury.
Taix ) Worms removed In two or three hours , or 110
pay. llcuiorrholda or Piles cured.
THOSE WHO AKE AFl'LTCTED
Will tavo llfo and hundreds of dollars by calling
on or using
DR. G. W. PANGLE'S ' HERBAL MEDICINES.
The only Physician who can toll -what nllo
a person without asking n question.
All correspondence strictly confidential , lledlolno
cent by express. Address all letters to
BS5 Broadway ,
Council Bluffs , Io Ara
COUNCIL BLUFFS STEil DYE WORKS
Allklnilnof DyolnRnnJ Olnunliudono In till
highest style of the art. I'.ided and Htalnul
fabrics made to look as good us new. Had
feathers olo.ino I by steam In Hrat-claiti man
ner. Work proigptly Uonu and ilellvero I In.UI
parts of the country. Keu.l for urleo IUU
C. A. JIAOUAN , - - I'HOl'H
IlUUroadw ly , Near NortliwoitJr.i
u IILUl't'l. IOr\ .
W. C. ESTEP ,
Funeral Direclar , Emlulmsr
14 N. Main Street ,
G. E. MYERS ,
FINE FURNITURE ,
end every other erndo domanilol by
all clueson ot trade.
IIKISHU'B OLD STAND ,
203ANI ) 107 IIUUADWAYCouucI 1 Illuiri ,
tlce In the vtuto tan
fedcul Jcourlfc. licoia a. ! . uuU 5 Uliugu
llcuro block , Council Ulutf * , In.
SPECIAL NOTICES ,
ANTKD Oooil Klrl for Rcnoriil hoiiso-
\\orlt. Good wases. Mrs George Ivcellnu.
IUJ ittsi : t'loruc street ,
FOR UHNT TlioilwollliiBiiii Klrst iivcnttn
nnil nirhth street formerly iiecniilcd by
M. K Sinltli : II rooms. " b.ith rooms and nil
modern ltnprovumotit.s : cooil Mublo mid out
building ; rout $ > u per month. C. U. ijhoafo.
FOKSALK-KlonrltiK tuiil Rrlst mill with a
stool : of tfeneral tnoreliundhu iinddwollln/ ' .
I'rleo 112,500 ; will trade for uaslnrn Nubr.iska
or KiuiH.is linul. K. ll.Slimfu ,
WANTKO Kxporloneeil canvassers to Hell
the latest und Kre.itnst nnvolty In fruit
In I'ottowattomlo and Mills counties , Iowa.
Address A 23. lleo. Council lllarfg.
TOKAOR and Coinmlsslon-Stovo ? . furnt-
tnru , etc. , stored nnd sold on commission at
lowoatr.itoi. L. Klimoiian. ; i-M llroadway.
Tj'OIt SALK On small payments , fruit nnd
" garden land near Council ItlulTa. C. H.
"ho.ifo , Itrondway aail.Maln struct.
FOR ItnNT Two of the best OarrixS lain on
YOU have anything for silo or trade BOO
H. 11. She ifo , llro idway and Main street.
RiNT DwolllnzR In all parts of the
city. 1'X II. Kli.mfe. llro.idway and Main.
FOR SALE Purnltue fixtures loa o anil
eood will of hotel with 40 rooms In a itood
fcbiaskaolty ; will trade for ntouk of ponur.il
norchandlio. B. U. Hlioafe , llroadway unJ
ilnln street. _ _ ,
I71OR RKNT-niKht-room dwolllns. 2JI Wash-
* Inu'tou uvo. , modern style and oonvon-
oneot , hi excellent ropalr , rent iili II.
ilicato. Ilroitdwny and Main sts.
FOR SALE Hotel nnd rcstaurnnt In a pros-
liotona Nobraslta city , pivliiK buslnesn.
peed roainus for Holllnir , price II.UJJ. It Is n.
s nap. H. II. bliuate. llro idway anil Main street.
$ h.V ) will buy a nice new honso ; monthly
navmontrf , ( ) > foot lot In OrlmiiR1 adillllou
1S5I. "Lariro Hat of property for aalo , John-
atoii & Van I'littcu.
OR S/VLi : Standard bred mare. 7 years
old , Hired by Dr. Archibald. No. 2013 ; llrsb
dam by ( Jluriwood , record 278ho : Is u fins
chchtiuit , haHHliowii : oed spocd. U uuntlo anil
we'll broUuu to drlvo Mln Io or donblu , weight
ubont I.OJJ lb . May bo soon at barn of W. O.
UltorbaoU. ' - Sent llroadway , Council
H lu ITs. 1'rlco 8i. l. JacobSlms.
FOR hALi ; 1'iirm , 32) ) acres , In Dlokonsoit
Co , Iowa. 210 acres broke , balance foncu.l
iiasturo and meadow. I'rlc'j t2ian acre. li II
shoafo , Itro.ulway Mid Main street. _
FOR SALE Oholco fiirniHln I'otta'vattamlo
Co , , Iowa. U U. Shtmfo , llroadway and
J7IOR SALU 1',001 * stock of KOnoral mor-
-L chandlsc. uell lou ited .vlthln ItK ) inllud of
Omaha. Will take p irtln lanl of best qual
ity. liiilanco cash. U U. Shu.ifo. Ilioadwair
and Main .street.
OR BALK Grocery stook tlzturos , I
otc. 1'rleo JW ! ) . Kxculleut trade , well
rstablUhod , lar o prolltsi must be sold at
once , for goo'l cause. K. II , Hliu.io , Ilroadwn/
and Main btrcut.
FOR SALE The stamping buslnons and nr
needlework malorlaU ; am k'olnn to leave
city ; uood chance for a lady to uo In huslnos .
Mis. il , I'.MlcH , 403 llroudway , Council Illull
T\7ANTKI-Ea8tcrn ) Nnbraska lands In ox-
> liliiuiKii for Council lllulTii propuily. E. H.
Bhoafo , llro.i.-t\tuy and Main attuot.
FRUIT lands , garden , lati'ls , furins and olty
property for nalo or trade. Day & Hcsi. a'i '
"I71OR SALE Klovator with corn shelter.
JH 4,000 bu. il.iliy ; corn urlndur , IUJ bu. nil
hour ; oaw mill attauhnient , 4il II , I1 , oiixlno :
dolni ; n uood biiHinuas ; locatoil near Council
ItlulfH. Will t'lkoKO"1'Inud ' In exchange or
Boll cheap for cash. II II. Hhu.ifo , llro.idw.iy
and Main utroot.
T7IOR SALE-Tho loadln- ' hotel In a Nebras-
JL1 kuellv lit -"O/iOJ : liaiiJ ) rooms. feodnU ) eacli
meal , rood b.ir trade , nets t.Vtl.uu par montb ,
IpntfOHtabllHhoil. lease has three voamto run ;
urlco. HUMIW , half o.mli or will trade for
Oinuliu rosldenee. E. U , Hlieufe , llroadway
and Main Htuiet ,
FOIlb'AU-Sl ; c'.cof ' merelmncllK'jimclbiilliJ-
IIIK In irood loiru town ; Htoo t Invoice ! !
tl.500.00i huHKooJ trudo ! building , fl.ooi.OJi u
baritulni will tithe uood lowu Uinl In ex-
cliiuiKe. R II. Hlioafe , HriKuliv.iy und Mulu
mm : IIIOIHT : HAIUIAIN Doutiio rest
ilenco lot. No. * ' " - * toutli Klrnt Htraet , 8
fuut front ; best locution und bent Imrjuln In
thu elty If taken ut oncu. Dux & Mess. U ! >
fliO coiuiiutontlndlcti und contloriien ffiO a
-L month und traveling oxpei od No ciui-
vuenlUL1. Dull C.'i First avenue , Council lIlutTv.
0 u. in. to 4 p. m ,
FOR HA l.i ; Iteoil lathe , foot or nower. Sfeet
lonu , 1 InuheHWldu , buckicuHrud und screw
cuttliur , with eu'iipletu chunuu o Ke'irniK , > t
chuoks. ono C-lncli , unu 4-mch nnil 1 drill
chuck : 3 sou motnl turnlnz tooli. utc.t nUo
ono 'l-liorno power oil enxliitt , with hliiiftlnu.
uiilluyM , belt 1111 ; . etu. All In KOOC ! onlor anil
will bu gold obu.iii for eimh or un tlmo to rluht
linrty. Aildn'ih llox lKlllott , li. :
CITIZENS St ATE BANK
Of Council Ilium
UapltilBtco'c' & 1.1OOO
burulununJ i'rotlti NUuu
NctOupltal an ) HurpUu. . SVao.out *
Director * J , II , iMaiulU ; > i , a. ti. S iu < ir ( , r' J.
Qleaion , K. K. llnrt , I , ii , Utllir , J. V. idnmuit
acdCliarlei IU llnimau. Traniactsonvr il InnU-
Ing buuuiusa. l ur ei * . capital auJ nurulujot
uny bunk lu Kouthwevtorn Inwa.
INTER ESP ON TIMH
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