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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE ; TUESDAY. MAY 23 , 1893. 3
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N. Y. Plumbing Co.
iioston Store. Nntchaug silks.
MIltonbcrRcr Is the hatter , COS Broadway.
\ . meeting of the Pottnwattomlo Uomo
altc association will bo hold this evening
the club room nt H o'clock.
The wind yesterday morning blew n largo
xckboard nealnst the front of KusscU's
slaurant In the Kvcrott block , completely
uttering a largo plate glass window valued
$70.
The case of Ware against Slcdcntopf ,
nlrh was to have been tried in superior
Urt yesterday , was continued until next
rm on account of the serious Illness of Mr.
edentopf , who , however , is considerably
tier than A short time ago.
The Christian church people will begin
clr summer campaign this evening at the
g teuton the corner of Scott and Mynstor
reels. At the opening meeting Her. It , .
' . Allen will bo assisted by soveraPOmaha
istom. and It Is certain that n great deal of
tcrcst will bo awakened at the start. Mr.
lien will devote the summer to thU
angelical work , holding meetings In varl-
.3 places in the city. The services will bo
' tjio same popular nature as those held In
0 Masonic temple last winter.
The ellort that has been made by parties
tercstcd in the welfare of L lco Manawa
secure the aid of the township trustees of
ewls township In putting the road In good
iapo for bicycles and carriages has been
tcccssful and the work of grading is to be
mimenccd at once. The chairman of the
ty council committee on streets and alleys
: this city Is to look over the part of the
> ad which is within the city limits , with
10 same end in view , as soon as the weather
cars up and the roads become passable.
A team belonging tp N. "W. Williams was
ft unhitched In front of the store on upper
Mad way yesterday morning and ran away ,
.t the corner of Glen nvenuo they loft the
agon and a short dhtance further on col-
tied with GeorgeII. . Meschcndorf's horse ,
elch stood out in front of the store. The
innways kept on their way and finally ran
ito a lamp post in front of the Hotel Inman ,
hero they stopped , ono being on either side
r the iron post , The neck yoke was con-
crtcd into kindling wood and ono of the
inaway horses was Dadly cut about the
'tjs. '
Andy Bowling made an attempt to arrcsl a
mil named Hall at Manawa Sunday after-
eon for seining In the lake some time ago.
Inll ran to his wagon , which was standing
Ot far off , with the gallant marshal of Mnn-
wu in not pursuit. 'In the wagon were an
ther man and Mrs. Hall , and the former
ullcd out a largo gun and presented It to
lie affrighted gaze of Mr. Bowling , whoso
ncos collapsed and his toes at once polnteu
1 the opposite direction. Hall , It will bo
Jincmbercd , was caught in tno act of soin-
ig by Bowling , but was allowed to cot
xvny , so that he has twice over showed hlin-
elf smarter than the Manawa police dc-
irtment. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
A Dig ClrriiH Cumlni ; .
On Friday , Juno 9 , Cook & Whitby/s
nnminoth Enplinh ring- circus will
litch its wilderness of cnnvns.s in Coun-
11 Blnil's and { 'lvo the public nn oppor-
unlty to sco all the womlors of a modern
nil road circun. Ono of the frco Ten
ures , bosidon the parade , will bo a
"trilling double balloon ascension and
cap from the clouds by two daring aero
nauts. Tlio boys should bujjin to sayo
their nickels for an event that will
repay thorn for any sacrifice they can
make. It will bo the only show worthy
thu name hero this summer.
A. 0. Graham has. juwt purchased ,
tlu-ough Day & Kcsa , agents , Ktj acres
'in ' the Klein tract. Mr. GrahninlinH se
lected ono of the choice tracts hi the
Klein land.
Bargains in flno tooth brush'ds ' nnd
cologne , wholo.sale price , 'only lOo.
Davis , the druggist , 200 Broadway. '
1'A It A U It A1-1I3.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Proctor nnd daughter of
S'ccimh , Wis. , nrc in the city for a few days.
Mrs. Proctor is n sister of Dr. Phelps.
Dr. C. E. Woodbury and wife have gone to
Chicago to visit friends for a couple of
ivceks , Mrs. E. I. Woodbury is also there ,
ilia having accompanied him that lur on his
way to Washington , D. C.
Uov. H. Ii. Alorohousc , D , D. , field sccro-
iary'of the American Baptist Home Mission
ary society , with headquarters at Now York
City , was in the city yesterday for a visit
with his brother , E. B. Morohouso , on Fourth
.venue. Ho loft for Denver to attend the
ml Baptist anniversaries.
Among the Iowa people who registered at
lie Grand hotel yesterday were the follow-
ng : H. S. Storrs of Creston , B. P. GrllUth
f Emerson , V. F. Newell of DCS Moines , J.
. T/ltimor of Hampton , M. J. Uoodrich of
lurlington , J. J. Anderson of DCS Moines , S.
i. BlrcharU of Davenport , Simon Cnsady of
YM Moincs , Darwin T. Mason ef Dead-
oed , S. D.
Dr. A. II. Carter received a telegram yes-
irday summoning him to DCS Moincs at
ice to consult with reference to the case of
I ? C. Uoso , Iho secretary of the Young
en's Christina association of this city , who
, TTo\v taking treatment there. Dr. Carter
'ft ' last evening for DCS Moines. None of
0 particulars of Mr. Hose's illness are
lown hero , but the state of his health at
10 time ho loft and the hnsto in which Car-
pr was culled lead his friends to fear the
orst.
The Eagle Stcum Laundry Co. , at 734
( Jroadway , have thoroughly overhauled
heir plant and equipped It with now
pproved machinery in charge of ox-
srionceil help. They nro now prepared
1 turn out first-class work , nnd rospeet-
ully Invite all who llko nice clean
ilothos neatly done up to Bond them a
rial bundle. Ring up telephone 157 and
lioy will ho pleased to call for and do-
Ivor all work promptly.
Pasturage for horses and cattle on
joorgo F. Wright's farm adjolnlngc ity
imlts on south ; f > 00 nurcs blue grass ,
unnliiK water. For terms apply to
Inmcb Hnph , on farm , or ut Curbon 'Coal
ompany , 10 Pearl street.
. Pure ice
From , Missouri river ehunnol.
Mulhollandit Co. , Urowu building.
Telephone 102.
Drutlt of Iruna Jlollln.
Ircno.duugliter of W. II. Hollls , died Sun-
lay .night at 1040 ; o'clock , of typholil pnou.
nonlu , at the homo of her parents , 413 ! Glen
\vonuo , aged 23 years. She was formerly n
onchor lu the public schools of Everest ,
Can. , but was taken down about six weeks
go with what proved to bo her last illness ,
ho was moved to her home in this cltv
bout u week ngo. The father of the do
icascd Is n conductor on the Hock Islam !
road. MJss Hollig was a member of the
Methodist church , the Epworth league , niul
the Independent Order of Good Templars
The funeral will tuUo place tomorrownfter
peen nt l-.UO o'clock , Uov. H. P. Dudley oftl
dating. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Neuralgia headaches promply cured bj
Bromo-Seltzcr trial bottle 10 cts.
Motzear & llaiHllutt'n Ice Urcimi.
Try Mot/gar & Hantllott's pure nnd
dollciouB ice ureams und ices and yoi
will order no othor.
Sco the peerless Dauntless bicycle ;
und got torins , Harry Murphy. 10 Peurl
Another Improvement to the popultu
Bchubort piuno. Swunson IIu8lo * Co
s Stop at the Ogden , Council Bluffs , UK
best fr-.OO IIOUBO in lowu.
Vanattu & Sweet , attys. , Everett Llk
Ceo. S. David , prescription druggist.
I t-farti * m to-r'in , a
NEWS FROM COUNCIL BLUFFS
Many Delegates to the Iowa Bankers
State Convention Present ,
FIRST SESSION WILL CONVENE TODAY
Interfiling Program Will lie Ilciulcrod nnd
Jinny Vtiltor * Oulilile of rinnnclnt
Circled Are Eipcctcd How They
Will lie Ktitrrlalucil.
Quito a largo delegation of bankers ar
rived in the city yesterday nnd last evening
from various parts of the state to attend the
bankers' state convention , which meets hero
today and tomorrow. The llrst session will
open nt 10 o'clock this morning at the opera
house , and the general public Is cordially in
vited to bo present and enjoy the exercises ,
whoso Intercut will by no means be confined
to men who are in the banking business. An
excellent program has been prepared , nnd
the speakers will undoubtedly show that
they are able to talk In a lively and Interest
ing manner as well as to calculate Iho inter-
cat on bonds.
livery effort tins been made by the local
committee to insure a pleasant time for the
visitors. Badges will bo recognized ns
passes on both the electric and Manawa
motorcar lines. The Council Bluffs Rowing
association bus placed Its boats nnd boat
houses at the lake at the disposal of the
visitors , and the l eaguo club has done the
same with its rooms in the Grand hotel.
Immediately after the afternoon session
today the delegates will leave the opera
house for nn excursion over the city and to
Omaha on the motor lino. This evening at
8JO : ! o'clock there will boa reception at the
Grand hotel , nnd refreshments will bo served
In the ordinary way. Tomorrow morning nt
80o'clock : ! ! the citizens will take the visitors
for a drive over the city , starting from the
Grand hotel. Immediately after the ad
journment of tomorrow afternoon's session
there will bo an excursion to Manawa.
SCHOOL HOAItl ) j
Superintendent Knxvyur tlio Choice of the
Konrtl for Another Actir.
The nchool board met last evening with all
the members present. The main tilings on
program were the election of a superintend
ent and the opening of bids.
The chairman of tlie teachers committee
recommended the ro-elcction of Prof. H. W.
Sawyer as superintendent for the coming
year nnd the report was adopted unani
mously. Under his skillful management the
schools have attained a high degree of ex
cellence , and the news of the ro-cicctlon will
bo received with satisfaction by all the
friends of higher education in thu public
schools.
An invitation to the board to bo present nt
the dedication of the new High school at
Sioux City this evening was read and the
secretary was Instructed to send regrets , the
invitation having been received too late for
acceptance.
The secretary was instructed to open the
bids for erecting the new school house at the
corner of Thirty-second street and Avenue
C. They were ns follows : F. Grass , $8'J30 ,
with fSO extra for Acme cement ; J. P.
Weaver , 3155 , with $100 extra for Acme
plaster ; Martin Hughes &SonfrT2 ; James
& O. P. WicKlmm , § " , "r,0 , or $11,850 for brick
and plaster work only. The bid of J. 1 * .
Weaver was accepted and the contract
awarded to him on condition that ho bind
himself to turn over the building to the
board by September 1 , 1S9U , completed nnd
ready for occupancy.
Bids for heating the new school house
were opened ns follows : Empkie-Shugart
Hardware company , j-fiOO for gas light , f.VJ4
for Boynton furnaces ; P. O. Uevol , $ C'J5 for
gas light. The matter was referred to the
committee of the whole to bo reported on at
the next meeting.
Bids for moving house from the Washing
ton Avenue school to the Maaison avenue
were opened as follows : J. B. Hoffman , $180 ;
Hollenbeck Bros. , $ l& ) . The contract was
awarded to Hoffman.
President Field stated that the present
High school would bo insufficient to accom
modate the increased number of pupils after
next December. Stacy thought the room
would do as it is and the suggestion of the
president was dropped.
It was decided not to issue a report of the
schools in pamphlet form this year on ac
count of lack of funds.
The board adjourned until next Saturday
evening , when the questions of heating the
Madison avenue school house and granting
diplomas to the graduating class will bo dis
posed of.
Piles of people uve piles , but Do Witt's
Witch Hazel balvo will euro them.
Ten Iitya at thu World's I'ulr.
It will cost you less than $ f > 0.00 , every
thing necessary included. This means
homos in private cottage , clean , safe ,
close to grounds and on the beach of
Lake Michigan. Wi-Ho to J. T. Chyno-
woth , Windsor Park , Til. Refers to H.
W. Tilton of THE HUE , or Jacob Sims
of Sims & IBninbridgu , Council Blulls.
llnnkoru in Convention
are cordially invited to visit Mueller's '
Music store. 10.1 Main street. The finest
pianos , the best goods , tlio largest stock
of any music house on the slope. Refer
ences , the bankers of the city.
50 tons of the best hay in Council
Bluffs must bo sold this week at : ! 0o and
H5e per bale to make room for -1 cars on
the way. Howe's Kawkojfo mills , South
Sixth street.
Dr. rilnl's Hypnotism.
Dr. Herbert Flint began his second week
ot hypnotism at the opera house last even
ing , and surprised , mystified and delighted
the audience even more than ho did during
his lirst engagement hero last winter. Ho
is assisted by his daughter , Miss Marina , a
handsome young lady , who has developed
the mystic power to an extent almost equal
to her father , and during the llrst part of
the evening she managed the "subjects" un
assisted by tlio doctor. All the subjects
operated upon were called from the nud-
ienco , Ono or two of those who proved to
bo susceptible last winter responded to the
Invitation to como upon the stage , but the
majority of them were new , and their comic
alities kept the house In an uproar all oven-
ing. Dr. Flint's entertainment is more re ;
lined than it was last winter , his power ap
parently having become finer and keener.
None of the features that were used to such
excellent purpose last winter were intro
duced last night , and the doctor and His
handsome daughter promise a complete
change of program each oven'ng. ' Tht
week's entertainment will conclude Sunday
night with a spiritualistic seance.
Piles of people have piles , but la Wit t1
Witch Hazel Salvo will euro them
Louis Blcdormnn is agent for the
Great Eastern hotel , the largest in the
world ; practically fireproof ; has 1,10C
rooms and is modorji. Those Intending
to visit the World's fair will find it tc
heir inteitst to cull or write , enclosing
stamp. OCH First avenue , Council Ulntls ,
Don't delay your house cleaning until
the hot weather arrives , and don't deliy
going to the Council Bluff H Carpet com
pany and taking advantage of tjic
splendid bargains they nro giving ii
everything.
The < irand Hotel ,
Council Bluffs. The moat elegant Ir
lowu. Dining room on seventh floor
Rate , $3.00 und * 5.00 a day , 13. F. Clark
Prop. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Alter the Kneaiupiuont.
An effort is being made by some of tin
Dodge Light Guards of this city to sccun
the regimental encampment for this city
It commences July 13 and will probably las
for a week or ten days. Manawu has bee :
suggested as the most desirable place , a
the lake would furnish all the amusomcn
necessary , und there Is abundant oupor
tunlty for a good rille range within easy die
tance. A committee of thu guards has bcci
appointed to interview Colonel O. V. Moun
it ShenantloAh nnd sccuro his co-operation
f possible , And his rccomnicndi.tlon one
v.iy or the other , It Is thought , will have a
: rcat deal to do with the mini decision , The
'hlrd regiment is composed of companies
rom Council lllufrs , Sioux City , Greenfield ,
'reston , Bedford , lied Oak , Shcnnndoah ,
'llllscn. GIcnwoodinnd two companies from
Jes Moincs ,
For Sale Hickory 4-foot wood , $0.00 ;
tovo wood , 12 or 10 Inches , $2.50 per
conl , delivered. II. A. Cox , JO Main
trcot.
Williamson fc Co. . J0 < 5 Main street ,
argest and best bicycle stock In city.
Frco treatments daily from 2 to 4 p.
n. nt the Council BlutTs Medical nnd
Surgical Institute , 20th and Broadway.
Dentil of 1:11 : Clayton.
Ell Clayton , ono of the old and well known
csltlcnts of I'ottawattamlo county , and a
irothcrof Hon. U. P. Clayton of Macedonia ,
lied nt hs ! homo nt Atlantic last Sunday ,
nijcd CO years. The deceased was elected to
i position on the Board of Supervisors of
'Ottawattninio county in 1877 nnd held It two
onus , the last three years illllng the place
) f president of the board. Ho linn boon liv-
IIR nt Atlantic for about two years and
caves a wife r.nd eight children. W. E.
JnlnbrMeo ot the law irrm of Sims & Bainbridge -
bridge of this city Is his nephew.
Piles of people have plies , ut Dewltt's
Witch Hazel Salvo will cure them.
Protect your homes a uinst destruc
tive storms. W. C. James lias the
strongest companies In the world.
Charles Biorworth lias porter and nlo
m draught at the Metropolitan , 818
Broadway.
Hay land for rent in lots of from 20 to
JOO acres. 13. Marks , Council Bluffs.
Stoic it lllcycle.
When the Carbon coal olllco nt 10 Pearl
street was opened yesterday morning it was
earned that a "Etileon" bicycle , made by
the Yost Manufacturing company , had been
stolen. The ofllco was not open from Sntur-
lay night until Monday morning , so that the
Muf , whoever ho was , might have had
.hlrty-slx hours start of the owner , J. C.
-Mor. The theft was reported to the police
ast evening and a description of the missing
wheel furnished.
Piles of people nave piles , but Do Witt's
Witch Hazel Salvo will cure thntn .
Brown's C. O. D. grocery closes at 7
i ) . in. , except Mondays nnd Saturdays.
Cook yoi , " meals this summer on n gas
ango. At cost at the Gas company.
AXSOUXV1S.WEXTS.
Faust" should draw many to the Farnnm
Street theater this week. Sccnicully the
.iroduction is a triumph of stagecraft and ns
a play the work Is intensely Interesting.
George II. Primrose anil William II. West
are still the merry monarchs of burnt corlc
minstrelsy , and their reputation Is world
wide. Their appearance at Boyd's theater
on Thursday evening next will bo welcomed
ly that larpo portion of the theater-going
community who enjoy a good minstrel per
formance. The program is , it is said , made
up of new nnd interesting novelties , and the
music and jokes are of the latest pattern.
The sale of seats will open tomorrow
morning.
Marie Wainwright'a production of "The
School for Scandal , " wliiuhtvill bo presented
ut the Boyd Friday evening next , is ad
mittedly the most complete and sumptuous
the Hue , old classic comedy hns ever re
ceived In this country. The company is es
pecially fitted to give a model performance.
SookliiK Fact * on 1'rolilblUon.
The royal commissioners from Canada , on
a tour of the western states to see how pro
hibition works und report results to the
Dominion Parliament , requested by letter
an Interview on the subject from Mr. Ed
ward Hosewater , and yesterday by appoint
ment they called on him nnd were given his
views on how prohibition has worked in
Kansas , loxva and Nebraska , backed by con
crete and instructive facts. After the meet
ing , which was lengthy as the talk was ex
haustive , Commissioner Gigault declared
that ho and his colleagues had derived more
real instruction on the subject matter of
their inquiry than they had anywhere else
received : ho was particularly struck
with the force of Mr. IJosewater's
remark that prohibition states in this
country differed from others in
that the sign of the saloon
keeper had there given way to iho sign of
the drugtrist , but that inside the stores were
almost identical. The commissioners had
visited Council Bluffs and the force and
truth of Mr. Kosewater's statement had
ocular demonstration.
Unfortunately the leading prohibitionist
of the commission , Dr. McLeod tof New
Brunswick , was not present , being confined
to his room at the Millard. The commis
sioners leave today to visit cities and towns
in Iowa. „
Nchrniikn.il- tlio Fulr.
CHICAGO , 111. , May 22. [ Special Telegram
to THE BEB. ] Arrivals nt the Nebraska
building today from Omaha included : G.
W. Watts and wife , Palmer ; Mrs. F. M.
Arnold , Englewood : John F. Clark , 4140
Berkeley avenue ; Esau Ilieh , Elijah Allen
and wife , B. M. Webster , Mrs. William
Webster , Jessie Brown Crossmott , Margaret
M. Fithian , H. W. Bailey and wife , W. F.
Bechel. George Beaumont. George P. Dace ,
F. J. Murray and Robert C. Fcenan. Other
Platte ; II. A. Hiley. Genoa.
Vnrm Property Dcitroyoil.
KEAHNEV , Neb. , May 22. [ Special Tele
gram to Tim BEE. ] A largo barn , granary
and tool house belonging to Lew Dcotz ,
three miles north of town , wore burned last
night. His stock was all saved. Loss , $3,500.
Fourteen hundred bushels of corn burned ,
It Is Insured in the Homo of Omaha
Variable Winds Will Illoiv nml It Will 111)
Wanner lit Nobrnslci Toiluy.
WASHINGTON , D. C. , May 22. Forecasts for
Tuesday : For Nebraska Warmer ; variable
winds , becoming southerly ,
For Iowa Fair Tuesday ; decidedly cooler
in extreme east ; warmer in extreme west ;
north gales , diminishing and becoming
variable. /
For the Dakotns Fair ; warmer in ex
treme western South Dakota ; winds becom
ing south.
I.ornl Itecnril.
OFFICE or TUB WBATIIEH BUIIEAU. . OMAHA ,
May 22 , 7 p. m. Omaha record of tem
perature and rainfall , compared with corresponding
spending days of past four years :
1H03. 1802. 1831. 1800
Maximum temperature. MO 030 040 74 c
Minimum tcntporutuiu. , 44 ® 37 ° 470 540
AvuriiKu temperature , , 4HO 00 o &QO C4C
1'reclnltntlon . 00 ,00 1,0'J ,6i
Statement allowing tno condition of tern-
poraturo and procitiitatlon at Omaha for tin
day and since March 1 , l&Ki ;
Normal toniDuraturu . , . , . G4C
Dollcluney for thoday . , . 10 =
Dotlclonuy hlncu Muroh 1 . 22'J3
Noruiul precipitation . Ifi incl
K\CCS.H for tlu > duy . , ,81 Incl
KM'OiShlnco.Murch 1 . , . lu luel
lUpurta from Other I'oInU at H p. in.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Oity Council Pa ' $ . . $ pv8ral Honra In Con
sideration prBpntino Business.
SEWERS AND STREET OPENING QUESTIONS
MM. Cnln Will lila P to flclit for Her
Clnlin Drvorqtloi ) , DnjColclirnllon
liolicmliiiff Hocking a Church
Site Xol oa it. ul 1'crsoimls.
Tlio South Omalin. city council mot last
night mid , nllhoughr it tool : several hours ,
considerable routine business was trans *
acted. "
In regard to the opening up of O street
from Twentieth to Fourteenth , Mr. BulU ,
as chairman of committee , recommended
that the petition bo not granted , and his re
port was adopted. The proposition to open
up V street from Twenty-seventh to Hall-
road nvenuo hns not yet been acted on.
Srtiultz asked further time on the ilro ap
paratus purchases. Uulla reported tnat on
Wednesday or Thursday the committee
would meet with the street car company and
urge the completion of the line across the Q
street viaduct.
Mr. Wyinan introduced a resolution allow
ing City Attorney Van Dusen $20 per month
for oftlcc rent and 915 a month for typewrit
ing service. Adopted.
.Property owners on P street between
Twenty-fourth nnd Twenty-fifth , petitioned
that P street ho cut to grade at once.
A petition was rer.d to have Q street
grn.led from Seventeenth to Twentieth.
At n recent meeting a petition was re
ferred to the city attorney in regard to con
demning a certain lot as a nuisance. The
attorney referred back the matter , as ho be-
liovcd It the duty of the committee from the
council to llrst ascertain whether or not a
nuisance existed. Ho would then advise as
to the legality of condemning the lot.
' . .railing Contract Vetoed.
The mayor returned with his veto the
contract of Cash Bros , for the grading of
West S. T and V streets from Thirty-sixth to
Fortieth streets. His reason was that the
bond was not satisfactory. Heferred to com
mittee on streets and the city attorney.
A communication was read from the mayor
iii regard to the neglect on the part of the
mayor ana city council in not approving the
) ends of saloon keepers , and suggested that
this matter should be carefully attended to
n the future.
City Attorney Van Dusen reported on the
dntoago claim of Anna Cain , stating that as
; he amount was so largo no action could betaken
taken , and he recommended that the com
munication simply be placed on lllo in the
'ity clerk's ofllce.
The chief of police was Instructed to
notify Dan O'Ncil , who is building a barn at
the west end of the L , street viaduct , to box
a aitch ho has cut at that place.
A hill of $40 was allowed Thomas Hector.
The electric light company's bill of f310.Ul
was allowed.
Mr. Freeman appeared before the council
ind gave some facts , ln regard to the pro-
rosed opening up of Archer avenue. He
ivas opposed to it , and stated that no prom
ise whatever had been made to those who
jought land there in the past. The line of
the proposed street.ismow an alley , and the
petitioners ask that it be widened nnd made
i street. City Attorney Van Dusen-stated
that it was left with the discretion of the
: nayor and city council whether or not any
street was opened ; but the city could not bo
nandamused to do so , meithcr would it bo
.iablo to damagesin case it did not exercise
the right of eminent domain ; that the poi
sons who bought there did so knowing aho
condition of the , streets and alleys , ana
therefore were responsible for their present
condition. MaxwcU & Freeman own the
lots along Archer aveii.ue and as the lots are
now only eighty feet deep they say it would
ruin them entirely to cut oft forty feet for a
street. The council went i.ito committee of
the whole , but thc.inatter went over for one
week. 11 r
Sewer aifd Street Mutton.
The contract for putting a sewer , to con
nect with the main sewer , from J to Twe.Uy-
sixth and H streets/ : was awarded to Z.
uddington. . * it
Mayor Walker appointed Schultz and
Bulla a committee to see the property own
ers on East N street and ascertain what
damages they will expect , if nny.in case
that street is opened through to the B. & M.
tracks.
Bids will bo advertised for the construc
tion of sewers in districts 101 and 102 at
once.
once.Messrs. . Dave Adams , Joseph Sipo and D.
S. Curtis were appointed to approve the dam
age by virtue of opening an alley between
Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth and J and
streets.
Ordinances passed : Appropriating land
for the extension of Thirty-ninth street ;
creating sewer district No. 101 ; cre
ating paving district No. 20 ; creating
sewer district No. 102 ; levying special tax in
grading districts Is'os. 18 , 12 and 18 ; ordering
sidewalks on Twentieth from N to Q , on N
from Twentieth to Twenty-first , on Q from
west line of Fowler place to city limits , nnd
on west side of Nineteenth from Missouri
avenue to M street.
Caught iv Canary.
Billy McICco , a conductor on the South
Omaha line , made a novel catch this morn
ing.
ing.As
As his train pulled out for the north lie
heard a squeaking noise underneath one of the
seats , hut thinking that some of the machin
ery simply needed a little oiling paid no
more attention to.it. After collecting his
fares ho still heard the sound and concluded
to investigate. liaising a section of the
seat he found crouched down in a corner ono
of the prettiest little canaries ho had over
clapped his eyes upon. The bird had flown
in nt the window and fallen down through
the hollow space to where It was found.
The singer was carefully handled and taken
homo by Mr. MeiCeo , who will provide it with
a cozy cage and plenty to eat and drink.
Nmvs Not en Had 1'crsonul ) .
U. S. Newcomb is back Irom n trip' west.
Mrs. W. L. Holland is visiting in Green
wood , la.
Frank Koresky leaves today for King
fisher , Okl.
William Mankey of Dunlnp , In. , is visiting
Ills brother , Charles.
James Wilson was painfully injured while
assisting in some veterinarian government
work. " > * i !
C. S. Ellsworth lectures at Blum's
hall tonight. His subject is "Why I Oppose
the A. P. A. "
At tho" meeting of the Junior Order of
American Mechanics tonight a number of
candidates will bo initiated ,
The F Street team , . and the Indian Hill
club played a game oLbnll Sunday which re
sulted In a victory for the former by u score
of ! 17 to 20. j - }
I-oilgo No. CO AnplenA , Order United - Workmen
men is making oxcisivo , ( preparations to
celebrate Its fifth rimulvcrsary on Tuesday
night. AjcamfrqmOmnha lodge , No , l&'J ' ,
has accepted an invHiidion to do the degree
work , after which refreshments will be
served. No. CO has a membership of 200.
t'Ol/.VJT ItKSOVHCKS ,
Interc-ntlne Information About Ouu ol
Nclinmku'g I'roxnorous
Districts.
NOHFOI.K , Nob. , &IAVM. [ Special to THE
Bnc. ] Madison eputjjy , situated in the
northeastern part ofitho state , is twenty-
four miles square and Contains SM.WO acres
of land of which ( ftxjujf 70 per cent is undoi
cultivation , showing n remarkable acreage
of tillable land. The average price of land
will run from $20 to (30 per acre , according
to distance from town and improvements
It is settled principally by Germans and
Americans with n sprinkling who date thcli
ancestry from the Emerald Island. The
county contains about 20,000 people , tholi
principal products being corn , oats , sugai
beets , wheat and barley , while most of the
farmers are engaged in ft small way In rais
ing cattle and hogs , which they nnd yorj
nrofitable.and instead of shipping tholr graic
it is nearly all consumed upon the farm.
Three direct lines of railroads runninj
through their county give them close com
raunication with the outer world , and belnf
close to Omaha they are in condition to tak <
advantage of tna markets there upon a feu
hours notice. The Union Pacilie' , Fremont
Elkhorn & Missouri Valley and Chicago. Ht
Paul , Minneapolis & Omaha take tocn
ulckly to Omaha , Lincoln or Sioux City , bo *
Ides being quite an Income to the county In
ho way of taxes. The Vnnkton , Norfolk &
southwestern Is now under contract and will
> o completed to thU city about September 1 ,
bus giving them a direct outlet to the him *
) cr districts and the lake region ? ftddIng to
heir already excellent market facilities nn
outlet for coal , lumber and salt and -their
grain , stock and manufactured articles. The
ounty now has eighty-one miles for taxable
nirposcs and this new road will give them
twenty miles more. The principal towns
nnd trading points of the county are Nor-
blk , Madison ( the county scat ) , Battle
-rock , Meadowgrovc , Newman's Grove ,
\\nrrcnvillo and Tildcn. Madison county is
ncssed with some noted politicians. United
states Senator Allen resides nt Madison ,
itato Auditor Eugene Moore Is a resident of
his city , where ho enjoys the confidence
nnd respect of nil , bo they republicans , demo
crats or populists. State Senator Halo lives
nt Battle Creek and Hcprcscntatlvo l.ulk-
irt nt Tildcn , so the honors , as regards
'olltlcal position la concerned , arc scattered
over the county in such a way that gives
irotnlnonco to all portions. Judge Robinson ,
Jr. Bear and many other gentlemen of note
through the state are here , and Madison
county always sends good men to the dif
ferent political gathering.
I'lio city of Norfolk 1ms been made what
she Is by thu push And energy of her citizens
mill now It numbers upwards of1,00(1 ( souls ,
and she Is still forcing ahead , determined to
Jccome the railroad center of the northwest
nd the loading manufacturing city of the
North Plat to country.
Situate on the Norfolk branch of the
iilkhorn river , it has a fine water power ,
veil developed , beautiful lakes , nice groves ,
excellent water nnd good drainage facilities ,
uid being n railroad center is headquarters
or n largo number of traveling men. The
-itizens nnd Norfolk National and Norfolk
3tato banks look after the people's financial
utercsts ; they are strong banks , doing con
servative business , and seem to enjoy the
confidence of the public. The traveling
) iiblic Is well cared for by two llrst-
class hotels : with a third one , the
J.xtmrd , nearly completed , there will
) o no further need of ' making the
> oor cuss climb two pairs of stairs , 'shoved
nto a side room and told it overlooks the
court , and you discover a tin roof , the
citchcn linfull vlow , with an oven half-dozen
slop barrels to give fragrance to the air
should you dare open thu lone window ,
which you must do if you want to see out.
I'hd Elkhorn road maintains a freight and
Kisaonger 'division hero , which means from
seventy-live to 100 employes located hero all
the time.
A brick and tile works hero employ fifty
nen nine months in the year. An iron
foundry employs tourteemi on.
Three line school bulldimrs , with eighteen
.cachors and the superintendent , care for
the educational interests of about 7f > 0 chil-
Ircn. A fine volunteer fire department is
naintalncd , consisting of four hose coni-
lanlcs and ono hook and ladder company ,
with a total membership of i-io.
One daily and four weekly newspapers are
equirod to give the people hero the infor-
nation they require , nnd Judging from the
ulvertislng and general appearance they
are all in a prosperous condition. The nnily
ind weekly News , which is a strong repub-
Ican publication , is owned and managed by
\V. N. Huso , and is now erecting a two-
story brick building where the News will
soon be quartered as n permanent home.
Iho other papers are the Herald , demo
cratic , by A. A. Parks : the Journal , repub-
lean , which has recently been pur
chased by Sprechcr and Foster , and the
Anzcigcr , a Gorman , democratic paper by
Herman Brommond.
Ono of the state insane asylums is located
icrc , and perhaps owing to the limited ap
propriations , is not as well patronized as it
has been in the past , there cing only fifty-
nine women and 110 men as inmates.
A now enterprise of some dimensions is
ibout to open out upon the people hero li
the way of a largo distillery. A largo eas
tern company , through J. Turner , lias made
the citizens a proposition that in considera
tion of fiSjOOO they , the company , will erect
a plant to consist of eight brick buildings ,
three frame buildings , and suitable cattle
sheds , with a capacity of consuming 2,000
bushels of grain per day , to cost not less
than $185,000 and to be coriiploted by Decem
ber 1,18'jy. The amount has all been sub
scribed except $1,000 , and that has been
guaranteed , so it looks as if kit. Turner's
company were ready the people here will
sco grain converted into whisky.
A wholesale liquor , beer and cigar house
located hero two years ago and Is doing a
line business , employing two salesmen on
the road. Tha mayor , II. C. Matran , is ono
of the leading citizens and socms to keep
the government running smooth , and H. C.
Millignn keeps his records up in good shape
ana must bo givimr satisfaction , as he is
now serving on his fourth term.
Evidences of thrift and prosperity are
seen on every bant ! , both in the city and
country , and towns making more pretcn-
tions must look well to their work this sum
mer for Norfolk is pushing bard for fifth
place in the galaxy of the cities of Nebraska.
ItttlUM.
Domestic ,
Tlio National Hank of Deposit of Noxv York
Is In llnanclal dllllcnltles.
Thu boilers of the Heaver mills at Koi > m > , N.
H. , exploded yesturduy. Two men were killed
nnd u number injured.
Tlio dyimmilo works at Ifaverstraw , N. Y. ,
were de.stroyi'd by nn explosion yesterday.
Ton men aru supposed to have bi'en Killed.
Unless the demands of coal miners of south
western Kansas for an eight-hour day arc
compiled with , they will go out on u strike
today.
Western roads have declined to join with
the Southern 1'acltlc In making u. round trip
for railroad employes ot $50 from California
to the World's1 fair nnd return.
The Domestic Hewing Machlno company lias
been proceeded against by Now York ereii-
Itor.s , and Its nrlnclplo olllcurs nro In the
hands of Now York county's sheriff.
Tlio plant of the United States Itolllng
Stuck company rot Chicago , III , , was sold at
public auction yesterday. Tlio sulo was on
the suit of the Central Trust company of New
York to foreclose a llrst mortgage of $200,000.
Fred Todd of Chobo.vRan and Hobert Wolf-
kill o ( Denver , Colo. , employed in the News
olllco nttU , IKIIUCU , Mich. , went out In u sail
boat Hnndiiy morning , Intending to return for
dinner. No trace of them hits been found
since.
Ann result of the threatened barring out of
Mttlo Itoek of thu Memphis & UUU ) Hock
road by the Iron Mountain , which controls
thu Memphis line's present entrance to Little
Hock , Ark. , It Is stated , on good authority ,
that the Memphis it Llttlo Kock will at once
construct Its own entrance to Little Itoclc.
Forulgn ,
The International congress of miners opened
Its session yesterday at llriiisulH ,
Krnpuror William of ( lurinany yesterday re-
vluwed his army and made u speech to thu
tioldlers.
At ilrussels thu International bicycle tourna
ment was opened. The American , Hnngur ,
won the kliiK'H prize , tnu principal prl/o to bo
given UurliiK the meeting.
Driving the Brain
at the expense
of the Body.
While we drive
the brain we
must build up
the body. Ex
ercise , pure air
foods that
make healthy flesh refreshing
sleep such are methods. When
loss of flesh , strength and nerve
become apparent your physician
will doubtless tell you that the
quickest builder of all three is
cott's Emulsion
of Cod Liver Oil , which not only
creates flesh of and in itself , but
stimulates the appetite for other
foods.
Prepared bjHcoU 4 llowne. N Y , All druitil.lt.
Sr 0 Howard.
T , Itud'olf IIusa , whoso wife was hurled ut
I'orest Lawn romcterv and was redurrocti'dliT
unknown parties , will cjvu a reward of f&O.Ol )
for Information whereby I can Kvl tlio body. I
will uKtco not to prosecute anyone connected
with the affair , nor to ask any miustlonx.
1(111)01.1' ( ) ] IUSS.
Xt CurtaColdiCoughs. Sore Thrnit , Croup , InGa *
cnt > , Whooping Cough , Bronchitis andAithmn.
A certain cute for Consumption in firtt ttajci ,
nndaturorellff In idtiinceastage * . . XJtentonce ,
You will lee the ncellent effect-tert Vlntth (
Cm doi * . bold by ( Uslfri etrvhert. Lttgc
bottler. 60 cents and il.OU.
MADK A WELL
MAN OV
n
IHDAPO\M $
TIIK9RK1TO X
HINDOO REMEDY
FT.ODl'CEH THE ABOVE
11F.BIJ1.TN In BO n.trd. l'u7ernU\
Nenront Pl'oiws , KMIIntt Memory , _ . -
I'm < ! , 8lrtMilrn ? " , \Vfnkiif MI' . vl *
tp. , anil quickly l "t mrely ro tore.i I.ntt Miiiltly k
M r jrouni * . Kutlly cnriU'il In rrnt pocktt. rflc < - ,
I.UO a | > ckak'p. SU for # r . .notllh n wrlllon tuiiir-
Muter-In euro or inoiu'y rrnironl. lion't let ftii ) in.
tirlnclulril ill UKlM't "fll fo\\ mil ) HtmliVmffntf , p , In
ll-t ntilmrlni ; IMtAIMf-nnno other. It li linn iu\ >
got It. wo will -einllt liy limit Mpon tccelpl ot prlch
rainphlptlii fpnli i cnvflmic fITO. Adilir. * llrlcnliC
Mrillrnl Co. . BO 1'lj-uiuutli 1'lurr , Ohlciicn. 111.
SOLD by Kulin ft Co. , Cor. ijlh nnd Do sl.is Sts. ,
nnd I. A. I'ullcr ft Co. , Cor , iith nml Dounlns
Sts , , OMAHA , NEH. ; by 1'aul G. Schneider , 521
Uroniiway nnJ G 1'c.itl St. , COtlNCIL DLUl-'tS ,
IOWA , and other I.eidins r
ss A world of ir iscry is
nj *
.implied in the words
"Sick Headache
§
A world of relief
O wrapped up in a twen-
ty-five cent box of 9
Beecham's
Pills
( Tasteless ) Q
KHOWLEGE IS POWER
And Health is the Royal
Road to Happiness.
Every manner of ohrcmlc disease pan 1)0
cured without thu USD of medicine ul tliu
Council Bluffs
ANTI-MEDICAL SANITARIUM.
rComntlor how nearly dlsconr.iKo.l you nr ,
or liow inuoli you litivo sulTorud from discuso
and bid nIToels of strong incdlclnn . you van
bo cured and euln perinanent bcnollt by thu
now ntitl-medlctU sybtein of troUnieiit ; , DIs-
ouses tr3iitocl :
Alluuiln , Apoplexy , Antltma , ISroncliltlK ,
Cnturrh , CoiisuniptliiM , Cuiv.itiiro of tlio
Spine , Uygpepun , Kpilopiy , I.Ivor Com
plaint , Ncuralgln , Klioiimntlsin , J'unilysiH ,
Constipation , Scrofula , Kczoma. mill All
lllood Discuses , I'onvilo Wonkuono , Di'iU-
no > 8 , Lockjiiw , llcriiln or Itiipturc. riles ,
.Nervous All'uctlons , llrurt Dlbeiiar , 1'alHy ,
lite. ,
All treated nnd cured by the
Galvanic Electro Magnetic Mattery
For oxtractlns alt animal , vegetable and
nilnoral poisons.
Vitalized Vapor aiul O/.one 15atlis
For purltymz the blood nnd boautiryltiK Hie
cunijlcxlon. )
Vitalized Heat and Magnetic Hath- ;
For paralysis , debilities and tonln ; tip the
system.
Vitalized Chemical & Electric Uaths
For removing nil cancers and blood poison ? .
The Eflloacy of tlio Above Mnthods Dally
IJotiiousttalcd by
DR. ill , I M. V. D. ,
At SA.TflVA1t.UJM ,
H9 Stutsman Slraet , Council BluJj , la ,
CONSULTATION FREE.
JOHN NY , MANAriu. :
BBVKN MGHT ? , COMMKNOINQ
MONDAY , MAY 22.
The Worltl'i Orratoat Moimerlst aiul Put
Linker , a * , lMt l by
MISS MARINA FLINT
Inlior vron.larful ( cuts of Oatatopsy.
I'osltlvoly tlio I'umilost Show on Rarth ,
Complete Change of program Nightly ,
rnicrs-r. . S3 , SO conts.
. . . , , 1 * .1 , MKACIIAM , MnnaRor.
„
WM. H. Ilr.u.v. Advatico A uiit.
mpkie-SSuigarf Co ,
109-111-113-115 Main Street ,
Largest stoolJ of
BUILDERS AND GENERAL HARDWARE
in the city.
Agents ol the Celebrated
Gurney Hardwood ReFi'ig-evalors.
Agents for the
Oil Gas Stoves ,
the safojt and newest steve out.
\Vo nro oxohisivo agents for tin
Genuine Boynton Furnace ,
and all furnnco work is supervised by
our Mr. L\utornussor : , who is one ot the
best furnace men in the west.
Wo o'UT.v a hill stock ol Field Seeds.
City ngonts for the Pioneer Imple
ment Co.'s goods.
f/VVVIA < VWWWVVV\5V\fWWWWWWWWVWVit
AND HOW TO ATTAIN IT.
Ainedlcalworktiiattellallio
Uiri'lTi'da , polutallio remedy. Sdoiitlncnllytlie
most valuable , nrtlstlrally iho most beautiful
iiicillcal wok I ever published ; 16 ! ( IWCCR. oven1
: iapo bearing ImlMuno Illuttratfon lu tints '
Subjects trrateil : Ni-rvous Debility , Iinnotfncy , ! >
Slorllttr , Development. Vnrlcocele , Tlio HUB- '
ti.nul , Those IntcuillncMnrrlOBP , etc. j '
Kffry man irAo H-OK ) , | * , ini < > the Ol nmt TYiilft * , i !
the rmtntlictf. the tlhl Secrets unit A > IP ( ) ( '
ntreriffofMnlleal fclr.net us n ; > jitfcil (11 ( Jlfni Ji
rdl Life , who irouM ofonc for jmnf failles
' " ' " " ' " " '
.
It will bu sent rm' , under neitl , while theeill
, < llon Insli. Klaldimo , ntiil If married or eluglv.
H AcUlreMtho jmlillsliers , <
ERIE MEDICAL CO. . Buffalo , N. Y.
Special Notices.
COUN3II BLUFF5.
HO.MKS 1 will trmlo luy uquUlc * . In ono or two
uuoil dwellings for clunr lots ! Imlanro on lonx
Unit ) . 11. ,1. Ailnuis , 1113 I'urrln nvomic , cltj- .
\yKenr. ell rou.i homo nn.l lot en npiiymant oC
V froinflU.UJ to W.U1 ilown iwl MO.UJ to SI3.0J
per month. Koine Kp-'clril Imrgulns In loin. Jolin-
Bleu A Vim rattan.
AliSl llAd'Smia loam , r.irin i\nii cltr proparsr
bought nnd solJ. 1'uscx & Tliomx , Council
lllulls.
i'Oll SAI.h I'licip ; to nil blao't ilrlvtn ? iuur.li
loam mules ; oil vwjon , hirnesi nml team ; top
: voiul wnzon. Carbon Conl CO..1U l'oirl : alroot.
i OK 8AI.K ThreeJersoy bulls : n oi , ono week
ono yu.ir cind two roam : aollil color , rcKlslort/j
lock. 72JS. 1st St.
111)11 SAI.K Nice bay currlaza team itn.l cat
\V.Ttilley * . ion I'oarlSt. . Council Hindi.
GMtllAUi ; roniovod , ejaipools. vaulti , nMniuajri
ulc.nncd. 12tl llurkj , lit Taylor's urouiiry , 6IJ
llronilirny.
1OK PATiK An uprlxht HTO liorso power boiler ,
'tall ut 13S , ! lluiailvv.ir.
I.-'IJUNIIIKI ) Hat for Worm's fair for rent a or U
Jmouth. . ' . New 7-room tl.it , notr turnlturo com-
pIctD , nttMiin lie.il nnd Has numo ; near oar line and
Imndy to Worlil'a t lr. Addroia U. T. K. , 3T7 Hast
45th Direct , Lhlcatco.
I OIl HKNT I.nrcn waruliousD Bltiiatotl nn rail
way irn"k. Inqnlro of l'lonor Iiiiploment Co.
LlllKDKUMAN buy * mill KOlU noloi nocuroil by
. inort.'MiicMon Council lllullu und OuinLa prou-
crly. Olllco .VJ4 First nvunno.
WIUi trnilc Council HIiilU property and cull for
linnln'nru und liiiplemuiit atocK In wn terii
Iowa or onittcrii Nebraska. O 17 , founcll llluttH.
i 1011 SAlilC 1'J llncly bred roadHtcr ! , and brood'
liinii'K. ono Una ciirrlano ti'nm. Would oz-
rliuiiKO for KOOI ! unimproved tunn land or city ,
prgj perty , llr. I' . II. I'liinoy. 212 I'onil trout. "
lKAUTll''ljIj homo ; alt inoduru conronlcncc * ; !
IJlow prices , easy turmi. A. .1. Mnmlul , C. IlliltTB.
\VAKTHI ) rompotentKlrl In feiullyof two. Iui
' qulroof Mm. K 1' . Wright , I2J Sonlli Hovonlli
ptri'Ot.
1/OH HB.NT l''urulslieil room for ono or two KOII-
- * - llemeii. .144 HyiiBlor Btroi't.
DUplllAHI.H rooms , furnlaliod or iinfurnlilii'ilj
nlth bonrd for the aurumur If dcalrvd. < 0ll !
( lion nvenuo.
iMIIt.MSHICI ) rnoma for rent ; rooma nllli liounl , '
ntM5 WnBlilnyton nvo. , corner Scott jt. ,
OIl HUNT Oil HALK-ln MornliiKalde , a nei
I i-ovuii-rooni hoiiBo. Vf , S , Uonior , iijj llroud-
way.
" *
i
S eap Works ,
C. A. SCHOEDSAGK , Proprietor.
Dyeing , Cleaning nnd ttefinishing
OP GOODS OF EVKUY DKSCHIIJTION.
Council Bluffs olflco nndvorlcs , cor. Avo. A nnd 20th St. Tclophono JilO. Send
for circulars nnd pi-lco Hat. Omaha olllco IB' l Fnrnnm stroot.
Jllglicst Grudo $100.00
Ecllpao , Wavnrly , King , Clipper ,
Scorcher.
Medium grade $80.00
Solo fluents for Victors Victor Plyor
weighs 231b3. *
COLE & COLE p
41 Main Htroo ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS
STEAM DYE WORK
All kinds of Dyolnx
anil Olu.tnln ; dune lit .
the liUtiokt Ktylo ot
tlio nrU l''adul : mrJ
Klulnud fabric * inudo
to lout : in xoo.1 iw
now , Woric iiromptly
done and Uellvcro.l
In till ptirtx of tbu
country , Honil for
prluo Hit.
C , A. MACHAN ,
Proprlotar.
Urcudwav. nuur Northwestern -
western Depot ,