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THE OMAHA DAILY HKKfriIUURnAY. : : . , WLY 27.
OFFICE ! , MO. 13 I'EAKI , STtlKKT.
Uollrercil by carrier to nny putt of the city.
U , W. Til/PON Manager.
IM PtHlflVrq J NlHlnM * OfflC.O . NO. 43
Mifcl IIOM-S j Higt | , KUItnr . No. 23
N. Y. Plumbing Co.
Uoston Store for nun umbrella * .
Mlltonbcrgcr Is the hattnr , 603 Hroadway.
Tbo Mayne Heal ICstate Co. , G21 Hroadwny.
.lohn T. Heach and Carrlo M. Murphy ,
both of this city , wore married by Jtistlco
Fox yesterday ,
P. 12. Snenccr was granted n divorce by
Judge Smith yettonlny from Luella J.
Spuncor , on the ground of desertion.
.lohn Harris and Ksthor A. Peterson , both
of Omaha , were married by Justice \ Ion
yesterday. The llccnso YTHS dated May 27.
The aanymodo Wheel club made a rim
last evening to Pony Crook , coining back by
way of Manawa , a ulstance of twelve miles.
I'hn Gleaners of the Second Presbyterian
church will plvo a social this evening at the
residence of A. M. Hutchluson , 55U Franklin
An Ice cream social will bo given thli oven-
Ins on the lawn of the Trinity Methodist
church , corner of Fourth street and Ninth
avenue. The public Is Invited.
Commissioner Steailman of the United
States court will give Oscar Webb a hear
ing next Saturday on the charge of being
the ringleader In the robbery of several
Joicnh HJorklnnd's petition to bn allowed
to u.ic n loss unwloldly iminn came up for a
hearing In the district court yestordny , and
the court decided that after September 1 ho
might call himself Joseph Hurkland.
Uecdar and Murphy , the two ntlcpod Knst
Omaha rioters , whoso cases are still to bo
disposed of , will have a hearing this morn
ing before Juslicrt Vlcn on the chnrgo of
assault with intent to commit murder.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Seanlnn will entertain
Mizpiih temple , Pythian Sisters , this evenIng -
Ing nt their residence , BltJ Frank street. A
musical program has been prepared for the
occasion. All .members of the order anil
their friends nro invited.
John Knchwltz and his wife were given a
trial before Justice Vlcn .yesterday on the
charge of beating the two little children of
H. J. White. They wore found guilty of us-
salilt and battery and Kachwltz was fined $ o
and his wife $1 and costs.
Clay Hllzzard was discharged by Justice
Vien yesterday after a hearing on the
charge of being implicated with lilt brother
Muck In the highway robbery of J. W.
Crook. His brother's hearing will take
place tomorrow morning at 0 o'clock.
Meredith and McGlnty , two tough charac
ters who have been doing thirty days time
In the county jnil for stealing some shoes
and knocking down the ofllcor who tried to
arrest them , finished their term yesterday
and were discharged with an Injunction to
leave the city at once or submit to another
imprisonment for vagrancy.
Falrmount park Is to bo utilized for a po-
lltlcnl meeting next Sunday afternoon , ac
cording to circulars which arc being dis
tributed. The meeting IB called In view of
the fact that " 0,000,000 , enforced idle men
nro tramping the country begging for broad ,
while wo have millions of bushels of wheat
to export yearly. " From the tone of the
circular It si-ems to have been Issued In the
Interests of bimetallism.
Budatz' meat market on Kast Hroadway
was sot on lire in some mysterious manner
last evening and was burned down before
the fire department could render much
assistance. It had been unoccu
pied for some time , and was broken into
Tuesday night by some tramps who used it
as a hotel. It Is thought that the llro may
have been caused by a spark dropped by
soiiio of tbo fellows who Intended to sleep
thereagain last night.
There is nothing in this country like
tbo fruit kept in Wheeler , Herold &
Co.'s cold storage. No matter what tbo
weather is it roaches the customer in
perfect condition. Another car load of
lemons was put in Saturday.
Dr. J. C Waterman's oillco removed
to' No. 0 South Main street.
Ask your grocer for Domestic soap.
Miss May Davenport Is visiting MIssKeycs
Mrs. E. II. Sherman bns tjono to Chicago
to take in the World's fair.
Dr. John Green nnd Samuel Umlerwood
loft yesterday for a trip through Colorado.
George T. Phelps and Hon. George Carson
loft yesterday for a month's visit In Mon
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wallace , Miss Jcsslo
nnd Master liobcrt are homo from u visit to
the World's fair.
The best building numl In the market
by carload. Address N. Sehurz , 1)1 ) Bald
win Block , Council Bltiirs , In.
GreonshioldB , Nicholson it Co. , real
estiitoaml roiitalH,000 , Broadway. Tel.151.
Williamson & Co. , 101 ! Main street ,
largest and best bicycle stock in city.
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lliirclnrlzetl it .Mont Murltot.
Gcorgo Drake's meat market , tbo "Initial
Point , " was entered by burglars night before
last , When the proprietor opened up tlo
place yesterday morning bo found papers scat
tered about the iloor In tbo wildest confus
If ion , and the clothing that bad bung on nails
about the room lay In neglige piles about the
nanio placo. The money drawer had hecn
broken looso. but Jilio anxious tluovcs
were doomed to ulsnppoiutment , for
the drawer contained just 1U cents , 0
of which had boon dropped on the floor. A
pair of now shoes were In tbo oftlco , but an
they would not lit cither of the robbers they
sought to show their disgust by picking up a
butcher knife that lay handy und cutting
them to pieces. Kntranco was affected
through tlio roar window , the screen being
torn away ana the window sash raised ,
Thn Orunil IlotuI ,
Council BlulTrt. The most elegant in
Iowa. Dining room on seventh Iloor.
Kate , $3.00 und $5.00 u day. E. R Clurk ,
Cook yen. " mculs this summer on a gn.5
range At cost ut Mio Gnu company.
Domestic soap in the best.
Cora Suit Hied a petition in the dlstrlc
court yesterday asking for ix divorce fron
George Suit , who undertook to show he
that marriage was not a failure about tbroa
and a half years ago. They lived togotbe
for a year and a half , when George luft hei
and has not been secnlnce. erJ.
Mary K. Soeloy wants a divorce from II. J.
Secloy. They were married In Macedonia ,
November II , 1831 , but she claims the de
fendant forgot | bis niarriago vows lend
abused ahd Ill-treated her In a shamefully
systematic way from 18SO Until 1BUI. Ilo
also cultivated an appetite for , the cup tliut
inebriates. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Carbon Coal Co. , wlmlorula nnd retail
coal. Removed from 10 Pearl to 114 Pearl
street , Grand Hotel building.
Stop at the Ogden , Council Bluffs , 110
bcfct 12,00 hoiibo lu Iowa.
Domestic soap is the 'nest
The following marriage licenses * were
IsRUCd yesterday :
Nu fno and Address. Age.
I John T. llonrh , Council UlulTn , , Re.JO
It'nrrloM. Murphy , Council llluirs 20
i Taylor IlrvMin , I'ottawattnmlo county. . , . IB
1 AKtH'S Hinfth , rottawmtamlucomity , , , , , , 10
Omaha to Manawa , round trip 30 cents.
Take tbo bridge line.
Another Improvement to the popular
Schubert piano. Swanson Muslo Co ,
Smoke T. D. King & Co'a Partagas.
Domestic soap outlasts cheap soap
OTS mil COUNCIL BLUFFS
Oftndulacy of Attorney General Stone toi"
the United States Senntorshlp.
HIS QUALIFICATIONS F03 THE OFFICE
Opinion of n llrprrtnntittlro Iliislnfm Man
on tlio Subject 8lron _ ArcttmenU
thnt Art ! Heine Mudo In the
The candidacy of Attorney General John
Y. Stone of this city for tbo United States
sunatorsblp has awakened .vldcsprcad Inter
est In all purls of Iowa. His many friends
who nro readers of TUB IJnc will bo inter
ested in tbo following Interview with 13. U
Sbugnrt , onn of Council muffs' rcprescnta-
, lvo business men , as It appeared lntbo _ DCS
Molncs Register of yest crday morning :
"A member of the national committee for
tght years nnd delegate to several succes
sive national conventions , " said ho , "Mr.
stone lias the practical acquaintance with
largo political matters that Is required of a
senator , Huskies , he Is n profound lawyer ,
diligent student of history and political
economy , a man of sound conservative Judg
ment. His ability nnd peed Judgment are
household words In southwestern Iowa anil
It is n good sign when the nearer a mnn'si
home you got the better opinion people have
of his honesty and ability.
"Stono lias the gift of nersonnl popularity.
Ho never scorns to seek It , but bo li u man
whom pcoplo Instinctively lllto nnd trnst.
lie never wantonly wounds or Insults any
ona , ho rarely makes an enemy : ho is ,
though an intense republican , popular with
the democracy and always runs ahead of
Nlroni * ArcumeiiU In HI * Favor.
"In the half century that Iowa hns
been n state the western half of it has
never hail a ncnator , and with the ex
ception of ono full term for Judge
Wright and a short term for Judge McDlll.
they linvo alwa.vb boon chosen' from the
extreme eastern part of the state. His
locution ought to bo a potent factor in
Stouo's favor. Mr. Stone has In a hlr.li de
gree the record , tbo qualifications anil the
character for this great position. Ho Is
young , able-bodied ami ablu-hcailcd. Ho lias
an excellent record as a soldier iu the
Fifteenth Iowa , known as the Crocker bri
gade fighting for bis country when n
mcro boy ; as a citizen In his relations
to his fellow men ; ns a business man In his
connection with practical affairs ; and as an
officer performing his public duties. As a
member of the legislature in the house and
senate for twelve years , as speaker of the
bouse , ns the representative of bis party in
great national conventions , as chairman of
ono of its delegations , and ns attorney
general of the state bo lias sus
taincil himsoif at all times with abil
ity unit fidelity. few men have
such varied talents aim wide general ac
quirements. Ho is a skillful and well In
formed horticulturist , an nblo and experi
enced lawyer , a wide-minded and well-
equipped public man , u thinker , an orator , a
sound reasoner and a debater of the llrst
class , lie would make a great campaign.
As a speaker ho is candid , sincere and car-
nest , as bo is in character us a
man. Much has been said about a
man to debate with Boies. Bright
talk , intense oratory -find Invect
ive arc not the weapons with which to over
throw Bolos. Ho must bo met In the Held ol
fact and argument. A candid , earnest
speaker of wide knowledge : ind keen powers
of analysis is needed to meet thu smiling
I'ructlcnl In Kvorytliln- .
"But there is another and most Important
factor In Mr. Stone's favor. Ho is , with nl'
his general knowledge and professiona
learning , n thoroughly practical man. Ten
years ago no conceived uu enter
prise that will be an honor to the state
and a prida of its citizens. In
the execution of bis colossal project. I am
Informed , bo bus planted more than 100,000
apple trees , To.OOO grape vines on a largo
tract of timber land adjoining Glenwood
which ho "Cleared for-that purpose. Hun
dreds linvo prospered under his employment
In this enterprise. With wise forethought
ho planted the soil. Lubornnd sunshine and
rain have done the rest. In u 'very few yours
a moderate return on bis orchard will bo
500,000 to 1,000,000 bushels of apples. Think
of tbo labor it will require- harvest this
crop. Thus the interests of property and the
interests of labor would bo safe as far as bo
can protect them. I am informed that this
Is ono of the largest , If not the largest , apple
orchard in the world. There Is not an acre
of land in western Iowa , perhaps oven in the
state , that has not been made moro valuable
by this gigantic work. His sagacity and en
ergy have not only done great things for
himself financially , but also for the commun
ity at largo. v
"Our pcoplo are for him because ho Is a
man of largo capabilities , of wide attain
ment nnd of solid and loyal character. Wo
think it will bo a creditable thing for tbo
state to promote him. "
Snnmitlonal Stla : Thurmlnf.
A BALK YOU CAN'T ' AFFOUD TO PASS.
75 pieces of half wool chullios , beauti
ful styles and colorings , worth _ 3c ,
Thursday only 9c yard.
25 pieces of apron check ginghams ' ,
nice quality , worth Go und 7o , Thursday
3c ! yard.
1 case our regular $1.00 , large size ,
Bed spreads for Thursday , 09c each.
00 pieces of "cotton draper , 59o piece.
Wo uro cutting prices in every depart
Enormous towl sale at Oc each.
280 dozen satin damask , all linen ,
knotted , fringed towels , bountiful
borders , size IVx.'li , Thursday at half
price , Oc each. Will you pass this bar
200 dozen men's nnd hoys' negligee
shirts at 25c , UOoaml 50c each , worth 50o
, ' ! 00 dozen Indies' jersey ribbed vests ,
silk trimmed , in corn and pink , worth
Ur > o nnd-IOc , Thursday ontlro lot ISceach.
'JOO ' opaque curtuin shades , odds und
ends , only two and three of u kind , all
colors , nil made on best spring fixtures ,
at less than half price , entire lot 2uo
each. _ _
Don't miss this sulo.
The rail WHH Faint ,
Wave Lasltto , the workman at the now
bridge that fell from the iron
work for a dis
tance of seventy fcot and was so badly inJured -
Jurod , died from tli effects of bis fall nt ; II3
o'clock yesterday afternoon at the Council
HIufts Medical and Surgical institute. Ilia (
brother , I * . Lasltto , arrived In the city
yesterday in response ton telegram announc
ing tbo accident , and will take the body 1Cto
his former homo in Mount Starling , Ala , ,
, other Injured man , ,
at St. Bernard's bosplial
lay all day yester
day In u kind of stupor , only at intervals
recognizing any of the persons about him.
The nurse was unabla to give any opinion in.at
a Into hour last nteht with respect to his
chances for recovery. It Is feared that his
hcaa bus been Injured , and if this prove ! to
bo so it 11 hardly likely that ho will pull
The Manhattan Bench company hns
80 acres of land bordering on Lake
Munuwa , much of it covered with beau
tiful slir.de trees and accessible to the
bench. Persons desiring to camp out '
are offered grounds for that purpose
free of ohargo. Apply to G. M. Wash-
burn , manager , at the bath house olllco : , ,
and select your location. Manhattan
The law was looked up a little Yurthor
yesterday .by Pension Agent Charles E.
Brown and Commissioner J. J. Stoadinan.
and It wai decided that a preliminary hear
ing uliould bo given Her. Charles ar.P .
Jones lu this city lu order to determine
whether there wai tuOlciunt evidence to
warrant hi * being sunt to Muryvillo for a
hearing thcro. The hearing accordingly
took place yesterday afternoon at 0 o'clock.
C.II. . II. Kemp , irbankcr of Mnryvillo , nnd C.
II.ha Nichols , A hotel keeper of the same place ,
hail been brought up to Identify Jonc *
QJ th ono who hn < l drawn ttyo money on tUO
forgcu potia'oii p p 'r , uul wnefl it camd to
tin tiolnt In hand they could not swear
positively ) : that they had scon him In Mary
vibe , although they were positive they bad
seen him somewhere. There were a good
many weak points In the chain of evidence
and when the testimony had all boon heard
it was evident that ho could not bo hold.
Jones wanted to nmke a speech , out Com
missioner Stoadman told him It would bo of
no use , as ho had decided what ho would do
with him anyway , "I don't care for that , "
Jones rejoined. "I want to talk ; perhaps I
cat. convert some of you slnncrr. "
Upon that consideration ho was allowed
to air his vocabulary for about ten minutes ,
during which tlmo ho poured a volley of hot
shot Into Brown that was Intensely amusing
to the spectators , and which wai taken In
a very philosophical way by the roasteo.
All during the hearing ho kept the
> eoplo In the court room wide awake. UU
Brother is authority for the statement that
J. F. has been an inmate of an Insane a y-
utn , and his actions In the court room tnado
the story hardly beyond the belief of the
liectators. At the conclusion of the hearing
10 was discharged and left last evening , as
10 himself expressed It. "for his heart-
lamed wife and children. "
The orcpublicans of Pottawattatnle county
will meet In delegate convention on Wodnos-
lay , August 2 , at Council Bluffs , to select
delegates to tbo state convention at DCS
Molncs , August 10. The primaries for the
selection of delegates to the suld county
convention will bo held on Saturday even
ing , July 2'J , nt 8 p. in. , at the following
named places :
1'lHtVnrdAt Whcolcr & Horald's olllco
and select nine ileli'gatus.
Second Ward At city building and select
Third Ward At Ovldu Vit'li's ofllca and so-
loi'l U'n dok'Kutos.
Fourth Ward At Rnuth court room , court
liousp , and si'lcct tun dnlozati'4.
Flftii Ward At 1014 .South .Ninth street nnd
select twclvu tMoiiU"i. :
Sixth Ward At U32fi Wuit Hroadway , SbU-
bert block , and sulect nix ileli'iriiles.
0. M. Gout.it ,
Chairman Republican City Utmlrul Committee
.is.y.ii7/r t .v MISS JIEATO.V.
I'urtlctiliir * o ( the llriitul Atluck on the
American I.iily by th Turl . -
NEW VOKK , July 2(5. ( Serious compli
cations are likely to result from the un
provoked assault upon the Prcsbytorini
missionary ) Miss Amur Melton , al
Amndm , Turkov , according to letter's
received hero giving further particulars
of the affair. Miss Melton wrote her
self , giving the details of tlio assault ,
and Mr. McDowell , the head missionary
stationed at Mosul , makes a report.
She was cruelly beaten , llrst-with a
heavy cane and then with n piece of
tbo bedstead. It was several days before -
fore Miss Melton recovered. Missionary
McDowell writes that the assault was
certainly made with tlio connivance
of the govornorof Amadia. Tie thinks the
robbers wore really attaches of tlio gov
ernment. Mr. McDowell thinks
the safety of every American
iu Turkey depends on tbo early
investigation of the Melton case
i 1 the Washington government. Tlio
American consul at Constantinople has
already been notified , and bo reported
the case to the Turkish government.
Many women and men arojti tbo moun
tains teaching and going from house to
bouse , and the result of inaction would
TIEI > vi' ity inn
Tcn-Yenr-Olil Hey IlrutiUly Trcitted Ue-
cniuo Ilo Stolu Apiili'H.
. N. J. , July 20. Johnny
Taylor , a 10-year-old hey , was caught by
Charles L. Purineleo stealing apples in
his orchard last night. Parmelco
drugged the boy into the collar and
strung him up by his thumbs to u post.
Ho then walked down town and boasted
of what he hud done. The story
spread- quickly and u mob gathered
at the IIOUBO. An hour after
the boy had .been tied up a
policeman found him in convulsion ? ,
while blood gushed from his mouth and
eyes. When tlio hoy's condition became
known the mob. led by a man with a red
Hag , stormed the house , battering the
doors and windows with stones and
bricks and calling for Parmelco's life.
The police finally succeeded in getting
Parmolco out of the attic , where ho had
hidden , and to the jail. The boy's
father made desperate efforts to kill
Parmolco. Young Taylor's condition is
I'UirDKIt M.tC.IXlXK EXPLODES.
Fifty Chlnamon Killed , Throe Hundred In
jured null Txro Tliousrtiicl IlomelenK.
SAN FIIAHCISCO , July 20. Oriental advices
lay : The government powder magazine nt
Canton exploded Juno 24 ; killed fifty , In
ured over 1(00. ( wrecked 400 houses nnd made
lomeless 2,000. ,
Seymour Doesn't AVunt .Money.
ROCKFOKD , 111. , July 20. A. .T. Soy-
: nour , who wants to be buried nlivo for a
few weeks , has received an olTor from a
Now York club to do the act near Now
York under the auspices of the club.
They agree to give him $40,000 if ho
docs it successfully , and propose to erect t
un amphitheater and charge an admis -
sion price to sco the burial und the grave ,
tSeymour says ho will not make his ex
periment a money-making allalr , and .
will do it near Rockfordand permit only
press representatives and n few scien
tific men to ho present. A. S Maxlium ,
formerly a Methodist minister , now a
real estate agent of this city , threatens
to get out nn injunction to prevent the
Advanced Jtati > * to
JACKSONVILLE , 111. , July 20. The
Chicago & Alton , Wnbash and Jackson
ville Southeastern railroads , which have ;
been lighting eacli other so bitterly for
tbo past few weeks , have made up and
have advanced rates to Chicago to the
regular tariff , which is $8.f : ! ) for tbo
round trip. Tlio rate has boon $2.50 : > r
seine time past , and has caused a at
deal of travel to Chicago.
Number of I'fliiiionorii Hiupendoil.
WASHINGTON , July 20. Tlio total
number of pensioners under the act of
Juno 27 , 1800. who have been notified
since the incoming of the present admin -
istration that tlio payments of their pen -
sions have suspended , is approximately
5,250. , If this ratio is maintained
throughout the entire list about 75,00' '
will have been suspended.
CrJiilnrry Marahei un Plro.
GIIAKD RAPIDS. WU. , July 2(1. ( Fores
( ires are raging along the lines of th
Green Bay nnd Chicago , Milwaukee & J
St. Paul railroads iu Wood county . ,
whore the largo cranberry marshes are
located. Some of the marshes are : rem
llro and high winds fan the Humes. The
loss is estimated in the thousands and
Sllneri A k for Mura Pay.
LONDON , July 2(1. ( A new feature was
added today to the impending struggle
between the minors federation and the
mine owner association. The North
umberland minors asked for an advance
of 1(1 ( } per cent in their wages and hoof
Durham minors ac ked for un advance of
15 per cent.
Irin ( oy unit lurie Matched.
NEW Youic , July 20 , Jack Dempsey
und Dick Burgc have boon matched to }
fight ut 140 pounds on nny day after
November 1 for thu largest puma any
club will offer and a sldo Dot of $0,000.
Tlio men huvo posted $1,000 , forfeit.
Balloon tonight at Courtluud beach.
AFFAIRS AT 1 SOUTH OMAHA
John Snireley Decides that a Dog Catcher's
Life is fci Burden.
MRS. BRADLEY MAY DIE FROM A BEATING
Pntrlck Huitlir * nrrnmrn rncnncloni
Henry Itrixikrrl' IMnli fur n Doctor
Search for n I.ont Onuchtcr Tlico-
iloret.j-on * Arrttteil lor Amtuilt.
At the next mooting of the city council
John Snlveloy will tender to that body his
resignation as city dog catcher.
In speaking of the matter last evening
Mr. Snlveley said : "To begin with , there Is
but very llttlo money in the buiincss , and
the dog catcher Is the kicking post for the
cr.tJi-o community of dog owners. The dog
business docs not belong in my oftlclal posi
tion as garuago master and I only bold the
position by a resolution p.iscd by tbo coun
cil , As loug ns my actions were endorsed by
the entire council I got along very well , but
now that a faction has sprung up against mo
In that body 1 propose to withdraw my con-
ncctlon with the dog business.
"That resolution of Conloy's to have all
tags issued through the city clerk was a
slap nt mo. Now If they want any of the
dog business they can have It all. I don't
want nny half way business In mine. Mr.
DltzenJiskcd mo to fork over some of the
dog tags yesterday , but I refused to do so
until I jret ready to hand them all In , and
that will bo at the next meeting of the coun
cil , or if I do so nny sooner 1 will band the
tans over to the mayor. When the tags were
Issued they were nil charged to mo. 1 do not
propose now to give a portion of them out to
different parties until I have madu ray final
Word was sent to the police station yester
day afternoon that I'at Hughes , -ho lives
near the corner of Twenty-fourth and N
streets , was assaulting his wife and abusing
Oflleer Mitchell hastened to the house anil
found Hughes under the influence of liquor
ami creating a disturbance. Ho placed
Hughes under arrest and started to take
him to the station. When the men reached
Twenty-fourth street Hughes concluded that
he would not go any further and proposed to
whip the ofllccr. Mitchell soon convinced
Hughes that he had barked up the wrong
stump and after giving the fellow several
g < 'O'l punches Mitchell placed his man safely
behind the bars. Ho was charged wlMi dis
turbing tlio peace.
Looking for 11 Daughter.
Mrs. Moycs , living near the corner of
Thirtieth and Q streets , asked tbo assistance
of the police lust night to locate her lo-yoar-
old. daughter , Katie.
The missing1 pirl left homo at 3 o'clock
yesterday afternoon tb accompany Mrs.
Smith Collier and her two children to the
depot. Mrs. Collier was n neighbor and a
subject of charity. Yesterday the mayor
collected enough money to.securo the woman
transportation to Sluusbury , Mo. The
Moycs girl w.is very much attached to Mrs.
Collier and there Is a slight suspicion that
tbc girl was kidnaped.
Drove l < r a Dortor.
Henry Brooker , a farmer living four miles
in the country , drove to town yesterday
evening aoout as fast ns ho over did in his
life. Mr. Brooker was'looking for a doctor.
His baby had gotten hold of a saucer con
taining fly noison ana.hud drunk sonic of the
water that had been poured over the Tnix-
turo. Ho took the youngster to Dr. Bell ,
who , after working with the little ono for
an hour , had restored it so it could bo taken
homo. The child was ' deathly aick for n
time , but is now out of danger ana w lll re
Mny Itritilt Fatnlly-
It was reported to the police last night
tbat Ms. Bradlny , tbo woman who was so
unmercifully beaten by her husband , could
not possibly llvo.
Bradley is still in jail and has not yet bad
any hearing. His wife claims that ho has
frequently assaulted her , and thnt on dif
ferent occasions ho has threatened to kill
her. Mrs. Bradley is past 00 years of ago
and Bradley is perhaps a few years younger.
Thcnitnro Lyons Arrested.
Theodore F. Lyons , an ex-park policeman ,
was arrested yesterday by Oflleer Walker of
Omaha on the charge of assaulting Florence
Halo with intent to do great bodily Injury.
Lyons and bis wife separated some time ago ,
nnd ho went to the bouse where she was
living to get to see her. Ho forcibly entered
the house , and Miss Halo and her sister
tried to eject him. He turned upon Florence
nnd gave her a severe boating.
Mrs , Denny Alberry is visiting friends In
A daughter was born lost night to Mr. and
Mrs. James Collins.
Mrs. II. Li. Coombs loft last evening for
Afton , la. , nnd Chicago.
Mrs. I. P. Brown is home from a visit
with friends in Graham , Mo.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Courtney have been pre
sented with a now daughter. oh
E. O. Mayflold lias pone over In the south
western portion of the state on a hunt. hg
Captain Austin shot and killed a mad dog >
at Thirty-fifth and I streets last evening.
Mrs. J. Levy , who has boon ill for some
time , is reported ns being much improved.
Uov. C. N. Dawson lectured In Ayr Mon
day night and returned homo last evening.
A number of South Omaha society pcoplo
have arranged for a trip to Courtland beach
on Friday evening.
Mrs. J. H. Horsh , after a month's visit
with friends In Sherwood , Mich. , returned
The Idle Hour quartet go out serenading
almost every night and uro appreciated
most everywhere they go.
Chief of Police Beckett , who was shot in
tno leg several days ago , Is getting along ns
well us could bo expected.
Tbo members of Ada and Vesta chapters ,
Order of Eastern Stars , of South Omaha
and Onmlm , will picnic at Courtland beach
Friday afternoon and evening ,
The St. Agnes puristi'/plciiie / will bo given
. In Syndicate park on August 5. A meeting
was held by the youngmen of tbo church
lust evening to miiko the preliminary ar
Mrs. C. Duorr of-Albright and Mrs , J.
WoidonsehlUlng of this city wore thrown
from a carriage on Monday evening. Both
ladies were considerably bruised but neither
was seriously Injured , ,
Members Pearl , Thomas and Jones of hoof
school board took a trip through several of
tbo Onnihiv school buildings yesterday to in-
spcct tbo sluto black boards before purchas
ing the supply for the now South Omaha
Koso Florence , the fallen woman who made
a failure at committing.suicide a few nights
ago , was yesterday taken to tbo Homo ut _ r 08
Davenport street , Omaha. The girl savs ho
Is tired loading a dissip/ttod / Ufa and seemed
to be very grateful totbo sister who came
for her ,
Charles Sandy Is a weak minded tourist
who was locked up last night oil suspicion.
Sandv bus been under treatment for lunacy
In Colorado und at one time was arrested for
obtaining some money falsely. Ho has
pawn tickets for a lot of stuff which bo
soaked In Omaha. Captain Austin will in
vestigate and ascertain If nny of the prop
erty was stolen , oph
The repeated attempts to break out of thn
city jail have left onu of the windows in the
place In bad shape. Councilman Schultz ,
who Is chairman of the committee on build- '
lugs , tooku look-nt the pl.ico yesterday morn
ing and ordered temporary repairs made. Ha
will bring the matter up at the next meeting
of tbo council , when some general repairs
will no doubt be ordered made ,
The railroad companies that run into.South
Omaha are booming the scale buslneis Just
now. Yesterday the I ) . & M. company begun
the work of placing a now totof scales In the
upper yards , the Frotnont , Elkhorn & Mis
souri Valley company began Tue Juy , and
the t'nlori Pacific will commence their work
this morning. The Union PnclhV scales
will bo located south of the depot and the
other two are north ,
Dudley Trlbble , who Is well known nil
over the P.MousO country , has struck a rich
gold mine , The ledge Is about eighteen
miles cast of Farmlngttm and assays 11,500
to the ton. Mr. Trlbblo anil his partner
have already been offered f300lHX ) for this
claim , but have refused.
Jim t-ahua anil two companions went out
gunning for bears early Sunday morning
east of I iko I'nddon , In the vicinity ot Falr-
havpn , and In a few short hours they hail
killed three two cubs , weighing about
thirty pounds each , and an old bear , which
tipped the scales at CM pounds ,
Miss Carrlo Jackson , who was taken with
a fit of catalepsy while In the dentist's chair
In Dr. Adams'oftlcc at Now Vhalcom , about
a year ape , hail a similar attack In Victoria.a
She wont to sleep In a street car on July ! ) ,
and remained ta that condition eight ilaya.
At the end of that time she recovered , and
Is as well ns over ,
J , Austin has just secured from the shores
of Lake Whatcoin a sample piece of the
giant ilr trees that have made this state
famous In the lumlior markets of the world.
It is two feet thick , eight foot four Inches
In diameter , with bark on It from four to six
Inches thick. Tno rings have boon counted ,
and tbo tree Is estimated to bo 1154 years old. .
The snow In the Cascades and Thunder
creek Is nearly gone nnd prospectors arc able
to get to work. The Thunder crook trail ,
which has Been built by a Skagit county ap
propriation , will opcn.ono of the ilncst min-
er.ll belts In the stato. This Is the best
route from Seattle. Travelers from that
city should take the Seattle , Lake Shore &
Eastern railroad to Woollcy , the Seattle ft
Northern to Hamilton , stage to Marble
Mount nnd then tlio trail to the Cascade ,
Thunder Creek and Kuby mines.
While picking berries near Lulco Padden ,
Wbatcom county , ono day last week , Mrs.
W. Hanna wai suddenly confronted by u
largo black bear. The bear looked at her.
but never moved , anil she called to Mr.
Getty and her husband , who were near by ,
They did not conic Immediately , and Mrs.
Hanna turned to go in their direction. The
bear started lo follow , when her llttlo son
called out to her , "Fuco him , mamma. "
Mrs. Hanna faced him , nnd the two men
aiming just then , bruin vanished.
The circus that recently swept over east
ern Washington was accompanied by tbo
usual number of bunco men. Many of mo
farmers dropncdull their money on the tline-
honored shell game. One farmer lost a good
span of horses. The swindlers olfercd to buy
the team for J175 cash. Of this f 130 was
paid and the team driven off by the pur
chaser , who said he would bring back the
other $45. In a few minutes nnntner pirate
approached unit said bo had came to pay the
remainder and asked to count the money
given him by the llrst man. This being
given , the farmer found himself jostled by
other swindlers and the man with the money
A whole army of men and boys nro out
hunting a cougar that has strayed from the
hills and is now prowling around Dallas ,
The fact of tbo existence of rich gold de
posits in Baker county is becoming known
far nnd wide and capitalists are beginning to
arrive there to Investigate for themselves.
A Doughls county man a short time ago
charged a neighbor with stealing a hog valued
at f3. The prosecution cost tbo county fSOO ,
of which the loser of the hog got ? 100 in wit
ness fees und mileage. The accused went
A hopgrowcr one of the largest In Marlon
and Polk counties states that the Willam
ette valley will probably receive more clear
money from bops than from wheat this year ,
and yet there are 100 acres of wheat to ono
T. C. Pcculor of Lebanon killed a largo
eagle while in the mountains recently. It
measures seven feet eleven inches from tip
to tip of wings and thirty-eight inches from
bend to tail. If this sort of thing kocps.on
the American eagle will become ns extinct
us the dodo.
Horace Sloan operating the Elk creek
placers near the old camp of Susanvillo ,
Grant county , was seen by a reporter , who
was shown a collection of nuggets thnt ho
reserved from the clean-up. The largest
piece weighs $3. > , nml the collection is worth
about $100. Mr. Sloan reports a peed mining
season , und says that the prospects fora
good fall run of water uro very iluttcring.
The gold and silver problem has already
landed ono victim in the insane asylum.
This is Andrew Drossen , a man 4 ! ) y.citrs of
ago , hailing from Portland. Ho has u system -
tom by which , with the yelks of eggs , ho
makes gold out of silver , and insists that
thcro is no need of frco coinage. He is so
demonstrative at times in his endeavors to
convince people of the success of his system
that the services of u strutght jacket arc
A syndicate of Portland nnd New York
capitalists is negotiating for the purchase of.
50,000 acres of timber land in the neighbor
hood of Mcdiord , Ore. , belonging to the
Southern Pacific railroad. It Is understood
that the purchase price is to be $500,000.
Tbo railroad bus made a figure of $10 per
aero , but the sydnicato is endeavoring to se
cure a lower figure and C. H. Leadbotter ,
acting for the syndicate , has offered JT.fiO
per acre , but Mr. Iluntington has refused to
go below $10.
Joe Guirl's ore from the Suffolk mlno went
$00 per ton in gold.
Clear Creek placer minors are said to bo
making good wages between Golden nud
Forks of Creek.
Fifteen hundred horses and a lartro num
ber of bogs were drowned by a cloudburst
near Lumar in Southern California.
Some rich gold discoveries are reported in
the district south of Idaho Springs and
northwest of Morrison. An assay from the
Lightning Hod run & a ton.
Thu Slumgulllon gold excitement has
broken out again. Creedo prospectors have
discovered mineral in that place nnd are
sinking a shaft near Peniston's ranch below
Slumgullion's Iron beds.
The Colorado Fuel and Development com
pany's tract of 250 acres of oil hind and Its
partially finished rellnery nt Florence ' ,
crecte.l two years ago , has been purchased
by the United Oil company for f 100,000 cash.
The citizens of Monte Vista and vicinity
have completed n donation of lou tone
furnish stone for the now Soldiers' homo
building. Work will commence at onco. The
extension will accommodate forty-four addi
tional inmates , and will cost in all about
Another rich strike was tnado In the
second level south of the Pharmacist. The
strike was mudo at the junction of the two ,
veins and shows 11 vo fcot of good mineral , in
which quito a quantity of frcogold is visible.
It Is thought that the pay streak will run
about eighteen ounces In gold to the ton.
Carl Wulston , tbo well known mining
engineer of the Silver Cliff district , hns .
rendered a report upon Yankee hill. Ho
considered it an extremely rich gold-bearing
network of deposits and says that it is all
vaults , thuro being no Jlssuro veins thcro ,
As a result one can dig anywhuro and llml
The minors In and around Bucna Visti ,
instead at lying idle around the town , after
the minus abut down , have taken to the hills
and uro prospecting. As a consequence ) two
leads have been struck within a niilo of the
town , ono of which shows on the surface ore
that runs two and a half to four ounces of
gold to the ton. The miners huvu banded
themselves together and will work the claims
for their mutual profit.
Balloon tonight ut Courtland beach.
bo assisted In
throw off Impurl-
CURES tit'S or tlio blood.
i Nothing docs Use
MALARIAL * *
so well , BO Bufelj
* < POISON orHonromntlyun
' " " " "
- - - SpecUlc.
LIFE HAD NO CHARMS.
For thtte yc ti I i IrouMc.l . w'lji ' ! m tirt l polion .
- , . . .vcju.ca mrfrptlllc IB bll.tntl I . ( ' ' '
auc .llnlle h.inllif ICiit ll luch.m.t. I tried nrr-
CurilllntipoUfth rer.i di Jtullonuclfect. I cuulactt
> * fr > , M cu , > Maw - - ; . - . . - - -
Ixllcil.cilt-tl-a cr. ) , Bwufx.7. A. t < , , Kan.
Out book oa Dleod d Eklo Diltut i m led ! lite.
SwlfT 8PUGIPIO CO. . ATLANTA. *
u WIT/BLAN /
How an Unsompnlous Rascal Qavo Much
Worry to Hii FrientK
HE CHEATS WORLD'S ' FAIR EXHIBITORS
After netting In nml Out of Trouble Two
or Thrrv Tlmr , It , llortraiul Monti i _
"Dlinpprnri Tram the Swim SPC *
tlon nt ilticktou Turk ,
CHICAGO , July 20. II. Bertram !
Monlt ? onmo to Chicago curly last
I March as tbo rcproaontutivo of tbo
Swiss confederation in tbo work of In
stallation of ltd exhibits ut the fair. Ho
brought with him his two sons , tbo
older of whom was IS years of aic and
the younger 14. His housekeeper from
Geneva , n comely woman of nbuut 35 ,
also accompanied them.
When tlio fair opened Mr. Munltz
was omiijed ) as tbo agent of n group of
thirty watchmakers ol Geneva. For
those Rnmo firms ho netod as iiuont at
the 1'aris exposition. Ho bad full
charge of tbo exhibits and
was authorized by them to
take orders for jjooils to bo
delivered after the t'nlr and to not in tbo
place of a miinairor ut tbo exposition for
each of the llrms. Ho sold on a commis
sion. Mcnit/ had assumed his duties
anil been at bis post for only two weeks
when , on May 1ft , the United States cus
toms olllcitils tit tbo fair suspected him
of soiling ( roods in violation of the cna-
tSms laws. Ho was shadowed and their
Misspieious confirmed , lie was arrested ,
but on the intercession of thu Swiss com
missioner and the consul at Chicago , and
on Menit/'s assertion thnt bis violation of
the law was iluo to ignorance , ho was re
For some time after thin occurrence all
went well. Late in Juno n contractor
named Brouil of Paris , who hail erected
tlio Swiss section in the Manufactures
building , went to Arnold Hollinger , tbo
Swiss consul nt Chicago , undoomplninud
that Mcnit/ hud not paid tbo full amount
duo him , and unless the account , which
amounted to 8,000 , francs , was immedi
ately paid , be would levy on the work.
An investigation followed , and it was
found that Moult/ bad undertaken tbo
work of installation at tbo fallen
on a contract for 88,000 francs ,
all of which sum had been
paid him by the confederation.
Mcnit'/ went to Paris and contracted
with Brouil to do the work for 3(1,000 ( ,
francs. Tlio Parisian contractor came
to Chicago and completed tbo Swiss
aeetions with materials inferior to those
which Menit/'a contract with the con
federation called for. By this deal
Menil/ cleared 52,000 , francs. Ho was
called before Commissioners Porrenoud
and Ilollingor QII July 5 , and an explana
tion demanded. Ho replied that the
work.fultiliod the terms of his contract
and that his profit was perfectly legiti
Later the Swiss manufacturers made
an investigation and discovered that
Mcnilz was $ -1,200 short , ho having in
the meantime disappeared. An in
ventory of the exhibit is now going on ,
and it is thought it will reveal that his
peculations have been extensive.
Tlllmun Goes to South Carol Inn to Chnl.
ICMRO Srnutor Irl > y.
WASHINGTON , July 20. James II.
TillmaiT , referred to in Monday night's
dispatches as trying to pull oil a shoot
ing match with Senator Irby , has gene
South Carolina. Ho expects , he says , to
force Irby to a duel or a crawl-out inside
of a week. His card will appear tomor
row in tbo South Carolina papers , and
ho bears with him a half-dozen ailldavits
from Washington showing Till man tells
the truth and Irby docs not.
"Ilo must light or take water , " said
Tillman as bo loft. ' 'He cannot crawl
out by any claim that bo in averse to or
does not believe in tbo principle of duel
ing. I carried for Senator Irby myself
a challenge to Colonel Ilempliill , editor
of tlio Charleston News and Courier , to ,
fight a duel , and Irby can't pretend to
the contrary. Ho must give mo satis
Balloon tonight at Courtland beach.
Points Aliout rii lliHtn.
CmCACiO , July 2(1. ( Officers of the
Columbian club have received a letter
from Joe Cboynski which says that
Paddy Smith , who is training at Cedar
Lake , is gettiiJK into good form and la
showing many good points for his light
with Young Corbctt Monday itl
Young Corbett is getting along finely
with bis training at Hammond , I l
Jim Corbott spent the greater part of
THE NCXT MORNING I FCEL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
. , dnrtnr (873 It nclfl Ktnllr nn tlic Btomadi ,
liver and kldnern. nnd H a ( ilcwanl laxative. Tills
drink U made from liertn. nod la prepared for use
- " - - ten. Itlnoallcil
nl wiroiiSri'iiJ fafn frt'i
I.unr'n Kuintlr .Mrdlpinu movrn tinbfMi'cl )
en rli dnT. . J n.nrili ; ; tM ; . limit h Mil * Iji Jrf
rostonlny with bin prologo , putting him
lirotigh ninny Imrtl tflovo bouts.
Jimmy Harry ha * m-coptcd the torin *
.o . light Jack Levy , tlio English bantam
weight. The terms arc for a ton-round
Ight for MOO a side. The ilato hn * not
won set but the fight will take jilnco at
tlio Columbian Athlotlo club's quarters
at lloby n.3 n prelude .to ono o ( the big
Hnlloon tonight ntCnurtlaml bcaoh.
llrcwcr * Stieil lor I Ivll
CAUTUAor. , 111. , July _ ( ? . Thomas
Warwick Is a laborer who became in
toxicated n few days ago and foil down
nn ulovator shaft , Injuring himself so
badly that ho ntny lose u foot. Ills wife.
Ifattlo Warwick , brings suit against
Popol vt Gillor , the Warsaw brewers ,
for &r > ,000 damages In her own behalf
and for $10,000 damages in behalf of her
olght children , alleging that said Popol
fc Oilier , or their authori/.od agents ,
sold or furnished liquor to the ealil
Thomas Warwick , tliuroby causing him
tovbccomo drunken aiid fall.
Piles ot people ave piles , out Oa Wltt't
Witch Hjucl S.ilvo will euro thorn.
No Conflict with tlio Mohican.
Nl'.W YoitlC , July 26. Lode Hornbook ,
editor of Our Navy , the weekly journal
published by the moil and apprentices of
the United 'States navy , is In receipt of
throe letters from otlleurs on board the
United States steamer Mohican which
sot. at rest reports regarding the alleged
encounter between the Mohican and
Alexander. The letters were all mailed
at Sitkn , Alaska , and hear dates of Juno
8 , lit and 18. The conlliet between the
two vessels was reported to have taken
place on May lT ! > , when ono of the letters
received is dated one month later.
comes , no matter bow
dark tbo clouds are , when
the tioninn who/Is baruo
down by woman's troubles
turns to lr. riere 's Fav
orite 1'rescription. If her
lifo is nindo cloomy by tbo
chrome weaknessca , doll-
cato derangements , and
painful disorders that * f-
llict her BOX , they nro coin-
plotoly cured. If she's
overworked , nervous , or
"run-down , " she has now
llfo and stronnth.
" Favorite Prescription"
Is n powerful , Invlgoratine
tonic and n soothing ami
strengthening nor vine ,
purely vegetable , perfectly
harmless. It regulates and promotes all the
proper functions of womanhood , improves
digestion , enriches tbo blood , dispels aclios
and pains , brines refreshing sleep , nml ro-
rtores health and vi'cor. For every " fonmlo
complaint" and disturbance , it is the only
remedy so sure and unfailing that it can bn
If it doesn't benefit or cure , you liuvt your
Improved Hire's Root Beer.
I'rlviilo families furnished with I'uro Drlnlt-
liiz Wntor , fresh every inoralntf , at Jl.flJ per
1'uironlr.Q Home Industry and cot purs
water and wholosume sniiiuior drliikrt.
Mynster Springs Water Co. ,
E. K. WAKH , 11012 AVF.HUE H ,
Council Bluffs , la.
' - -
Notlro lo Contractors.
Notice la hcrohy given thnt scaled proposils
will bo received hy ti.o inoderato ut Millur.l ,
now frnino sehnol bnllillni , ' for district
numtiiT 1" . In Mlllunl , Nebraska , until July
III , IMKl. nt 2 o'clock p. in. I'Uns and Hpcclllua-
lloni ciin lie neon nl tliu nftlcu of the architect ,
J , I1. Onlb , room MU-fllT I'axton bluuk , ( ) muhi. :
and at the olllco of Iho moderator In MUtiird
NulirasUn. A certified check for thu sum of
t'til must arcomiiiny onoh bid. Thu direc
tors reserve the right to.ruloct nr nr
Fimv son ATX.
( JllUIHriAN KAEUJEK.
M , ly ia-2l-23-2.r-27-2'J-ai *
To Well Contractors.
IU.AHI. Nob. , July 21 , 1H03. lllils will lie re
ceived at the olllco of the city dork until
AiiKiiHtB , 1H03 , at 7 o'clock p. in. , of hnld diiy ,
to here two six-Inch wells and fnrnlbh two six-
foot Cook strainer-points suitable to IIt | ilio |
for the clly of Illulr , Nob. Depth of wells from
1(10 ( fcot to 10.r ) foot ; simu : to bo completed by
August U5 , 1HU3.
Plans and specified ! Ions on Illo at the olllco
of K. .1. \vatorconinilsslonor , Itlulr , Nob.
HlKhtii reserved to rojiict nny and all nlds.
K. II , UAKllKiAN ,
Jy21M10iA4 City Ulork of lilnlr , Neb.
COUNCIL BLUFFS :
AltSTKACTS anilloaiiB. Kami nmt lty proiurty
bought and Hold. I'uMoy Si Tliuiuan , Council
G" AKHAOKremovedcoHspoolR. vnnlln. clilnnwri
cloancil. Kd IJurko , at T.iylor'H .rucury , 6U
IfOR KXCHANOB , iileu lot on bottom for IIOMJ
and bumilreeiiHlilulun , NIoholHoii .V Co.
HMifi I''lr t-fln ruHUtnrant , well lo-
ealcd anil with i-stalillnheU tr.ulu. Iiiqulruut
lleo tilllcu , Council HliillH.
FHUIT KAIIMS Wo have oinn rtiiu tiuarlnir fruit
faniiH for nale ; : IHO irooil Iowa fnrniH ; nt-liolcu
_ 4l-acro ) farm , * DU Iior aero. Jolnmton A , Van
17OK SAkKnt n fo.waln If taken ntnuiHi. HI5 funt
by iilll feet on 1'iirk uvimiin , or will Hull In
HiiinllerimrcolHlf UcBlrud , M. II. Slio.ifu , llro 1 1-
wny and .Main Htrwl
0/VK / mid hickory | > tmtn for BIO : ! oliuaii on
lier'H farm. AUuruHu Mm. UalliiBliurVvitUi. .
A N'bl'I'OKTljNITY fora liomo. Wo have lukisn
--Hnveral ili'hlriihlo IIOIIKOHIIIKI loin mi'lur furu-
cloHiiruolinurtbMiriitliiil wo will elosu out atuutt
on monthly p lyiiiuntH or for oanli. IMy .V Iljsi , IJ )
DIIY ROODS and clothliiir. An npnurtunlty for !
itoo'l Hloclt at low rent. Adrorfi U.iy .t
Coiuiull lIliiflH , la.
A\rANTKI-l'iirtleHwllhalllllo limn iiniluaplt.il
\l to iniikoand Inlroiliico pateiitiilI iioveUles. II.
J. AilaniH , J4B IVrln avi'iino , Couni'll llhilVH.
ArANTI5llOoii'.l ulrl forKonorn ! liousnworlc ut
II unco. .M. K. MoKuiHOil , 3JO , O.lkl.inU uvj.mj
A 1 2-ToflS-a-DaV ' Machine at a 10-Tpma Day Price.
our Warranty Goes with Each Machlno.
Tlio Southwlckliiilln. Press Is. i2-orfc0fijll-cr'lcinaclilii ! ! ! ( < * )
It hat llui lai i'kt ( red oiciihiu | of.
any ( 'unUniinus-Halliii ; ,
Donhlii-stiuUu 1'ret.rf In
Hairs tight ; draft light.
Capacity ! Con.tructlon ; Durability-nil the UUST.
Now IB the time to buy u hay press. It will pay you lo BOO our machined before
fore vou buv.
SANDWICHMANF'G. ' CO. , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
BICYCLE CLEARING SALE FOR 1893.
Wo have 'I hi'h-i'riio ( , ( ] gouts' ' prmuumtics , _ hidloa' pnuuimtilu * , high grade ,
J hoys' anil 1 girl's wheel hi B took , nil 18 ( It whouls , of latoat design und htrlolly
hlglrKrudo. if wo can got the oiwh coil of tlnwi wo will lot thorn go. Tlicsu
include three ot the host Kncwii wheels in tno world and not a inur or bonitch on
themVo uro ugontu for Victors , Now Malls , King Ivllppom und Wiivorlyu. Our
reason ( or cleaning UD ut tlio middle of the blcyclo _ oison : is Augiint 1st wo will
have arrive C carloads of stoves 1 cir. ; Bockwitli'u Hound Oako , SJcurs Undlaut
Hornet ) , 1 car Stewart' * and 1 car wrought ranges. To maka room wo must clear
our stock of nil bulky goods. This is no advertising fake , hut wo moan exactly
what wo say.Wo also have one flnu itafrigurutor left that will go nt con. TliU
will clctin out our bulky noiisouablo goods. Don't watt till thono uro gouo and then
regret that you rnUsnd the ohanoo of a llfullma. Our frlondu know wo uro dying a
four-itory buslnotajn u two-Btory building , und uro bliort rooiu.
COLE & COLE , 41 Main St. , Council Bluffs , la.
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