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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY , AUGUST Ifi , 180k
THE DAILY BEE.
OFFJCK . - NO 12 I'ttAHL STnCDT
P llv rd by cnnler to any part of the cltr.
H. W , TILTON , Lessee.
Tiui'IIONIJ3-IlU8lnr : : j | olllce , No. 4Jj night
1 tor , No. 23.
.V/AO/t MJ\flO.\ .
Miss Georgia Dennett entertained a small
pirty of frlcnilfc hut tvonlnK at licr home
on Willow avenue ,
The rncnib rs of St. Andrew's society have
paaeml resolutions of sympathy'for the fumlly
of Dr. C. II. I'lnncy.
The democratic Judicial convention will
meet In this city at 2 o'clock this after
noon at the county court house.
The Dudley Duck mnlo quartet goes to
Macedonia tomorrow to furnish music for
the meeting of the 1'ottawattamle County
Antonc Chlcollo , charged with tapping n
saloon till , was discharged In police court
yesterday morning , the proprietor of the
place hclng unnblo to awear to his Identity.
The Wall McKadilen Drum corps left last
evening for Macedonia , to take In the
I'ottawnttamle County Veterans' association
meeting to Lc held there today and to
Revival meetings will commence at the
rolrred Methodist Episcopal church on Wll-
lUms street and Avenue D , Sunday , August
19. All are Invited to come and take a part
In the meeting. S. J. Jackson , pastor.
John Hart , who has been serving a sentence
In the county Jail for larceny , was released
yesterday afternoon , his time having ex
pired. IIo was Immediately rcarrestcd and
given another seven days for the larceny
of a monkey wrench belonging to F. C. Heed
John Akers , administrator of the estate
of Henry Oenhelrner , commenced an action
In the district court yesterday In behalf of
tlio estate against Council HI lifts lodge N" .
4 ! ) , Independent Order of Odd Fellows of tlili
city , for $75 , part of which Is for a funeral
benefit and the rest a bitlancc of the weekly
sick benefit fund , to which he claims Mr.
Genheliner was entitled.
Two desirable houses for rent. Good lo
cations. Bargain In Broadway property near
postofflce. Farm loans wanted , lowest rates.
FIre and tornado Insurance \vrltten In best
companies. Lougeo & Towle , 233 Pearl si.
1'pniilxiiii'H runclit it Simp.
Several days ago the agent for an Importer
called at Dennlson's store and trltd to sell
a Job lot of laces , the cleaning up of his en
tire stock. The hces were all I'olnt d'lre-
land , In this reason's fashionable shades ,
In a banter Dennlsons ofTcrcd him about
one-fifth of Oie cost to Import , and the agent
walked out without saying a word. Dennl-
eons had almost forgotten the Incident and
last night they were very much surprised to
find a big consignment of laces unloaded by
one of the express companies. An Investiga
tion proved that they wcro laces for which
the Jesting offer had been made , and the In
voice showed that the offer had been ac
cepted. When Dennlsons got over their sur
prise with customary enterprise they con
cluded to give the ladles of Council Bluffs
the benefit of the Importer's sacrflce , and
Thursday afternoon they will put the entire
lot on sale at a one-price of 9c a yard. The
Hces run from 3 to 10 Inches In width , and
Include all the latest shades , butter color ,
the new ecru and others. These laces have
sold all summer at from 25c to GOc a yard.
Hut the ladles of Council Dlufts and Omaha
can have them all or any of them at ono
price , 9c a yard. They will not be on sale
until Thursday afternoon. Walt for It.
* .ll. JM/MOAM/V/.S.
Frank Stubbs of Chicago Is In the city.
L. C. Patterson Is visiting In Durllngton.
Miss Ella Young has returned from a visit
to Missouri Valley.
Miss Lena Fondon Is spending her vaca
tion visiting friends In Laramle , Wyo.
II. A. Dolt and E. K. Patterson left yes
terday morning for Spirit lake by the bicycle
John Merkel left last evening for New
York , whore ho will again Join Primrose &
S. T. McAtee , who has been confined to his
homo for the past five weeks by on attack of
malarial fever , was able to be out yesterday
for the first time.
Mrs. McKune , Miss Gortner and Mr. H.
G. P , Obllnger leave this evening for Council
Hinds. They have been spending the last
three weeks In Denver.
Maso Wise has returned from Klrkvllle ,
Mo. , where he has been undergoing medical
treatment. IIo still lias to use crutches , but
is considerably Improved.
J. II. Purcell , \\ho has recently closed out
Ills newspaper publishing business In Dun-
lap , la. , Is In the city. If events shape
themselves to his liking ho may remain per
manently in Council HlufTs , a city for which
ho has long professed his preference.
Omul l'lir/ii Attractions.
Franz Qu. Uellhofer's Alpine yodlers , a
troupe of vocal and Instrumental artists ,
which won great distinction on Midway
Platsanco at the World's fair , will be at
Grand Plaza , Lake Mannwa , commencing
Sunday , August 12 , and concluding Sunday ,
August 19 , They will give two performances
dally , at 4:30 : and 9 o'clock p. in.
AH outstanding accounts due the Myors-
Durfco Furniture company must bo settled
by October 1 , after which ditc , If not settled ,
will be placed In the hands of an attorney
MYttUS-DURFBE FURNITURE CO.
Council Bluffs , August 11 , 1S9I.
For fine rooms stop at the Victoria house ,
82G Broadway , corner Bryant street.
Washerwomen use Domestic soap.
Will Hit u ( Jrcut Fight.
The republicans of this congressional dis
trict uro planning for a campaign that will
go down Into history as ono of the hottest
that ever visited Iowa , General Weaver la
Bald to bo yearning for a chance to try for
Congressman Hagcr's scalp , and local popu
lists are authority for the statement that
ho will soon Issue Hagcr a challenge for a
joint debate. If this debate comes off some
fun may be looked for. In addition to the
stumping linger will do , Senator Aldrlch of
Ilhodc Island , Senators Allison and Gear of
Iowa and Representatives Cannon of Illinois ,
Dolllvcr of Iowa , Burroughs of Michigan and
probably Tom Reed of Mnlno and Governor
McKlnley of Ohio will bo present and add
fuel to the fire at various places throughout
the district. U Is the present Intention to
open the campaign with a speech from Sen
ator Allison and hava the blaze of glory at
the end touched off by either Reed or Mc-
Certainly , that's what everybody says ,
Manhattan beach , Lake Manawa , Is the best
place to go In bathing. Good place to plcnlo
nml have u nice time.
Good stenographers , bookkeepers , clerks or
house girls secured at C25 Broadway.
Gas cooking stoves for rent and for sale at
Gas Co.'s office.
The laundries uco Domestic soap.
Hrcurlnu tlm Tuli'iit.
President II. B. Grimm of the Ganymede
Wheel club went to Omaha yesterday after
noon und met a largo number of wheelmen
who are on their way to Denver to take
part In the national meeting of the League
uf American Wheelmen. Among the number
\veru several whose names have been familiar
for Bomu time to thct bicycling public by
reason of their fast time , and an effort U
being made to get them here for the Gany
mede meet on the 24th and 25th , Mr. Grimm
succeeded In getting a promise from the
Stearns company to send their team , con-
Blstlng of Callahan and Murphy , here for at
least ono day of the meet , and he also got a
partial promise for E. C. Johnson and R. F ,
Gotitz of the Triangle company , Johnson
has a record of 2:06. :
Girl * or women furnished situations of all
kinds. 625 Broadway ,
Kaglo laundry , 724 Broadway , for good
work. Til. 167.
Hammocks cheap , Davis tha druggUt.
Domestic ioap breaks hard water ,
NEWS FROM COUNCIL BLUFFS
Deinooia'8 a Little Tco Provioui in Com
mending the Lower Eonsc of Congress ,
DRIFTING -AWAY FROM THI PARTY
Iti'pnlillcuin lliitlinr llnjuy the Nnmrroat
IHicomrortiirrf Unit Iliitii Come to
lloiirlidiis Mncu Tlii-y Uuro
AVcililciI tit W fetter.
The passage of the tariff bill by the house
was a c'ld and cruel thing to be visited on
the democrats of the N.nth congressional
district , and the democrats cf the district
now find themselves In the position of the
clam that was washed upon the sand too far
to walk back home again. At the congres
sional conventl.n last Wednesday , when
General Weaver played the part uf Jonah
to the democratic whale , the first thing
the Iccal bourbons did was to adopt some
resolution ? that placed them at entire
virlanco with the democratic party of Iowa
on all essential points of doctrine , and a
pretty split up followed.
The fifth section of the platform adopted
at the same time read as follows : " \Ve
c.mtncnd the democratic party for the effort
It has made to carry out the pledges of the
national platform adopted In 1S9J In regard
to tariff reform , and we denounce as undemo
cratic and disloyal the efforts of all senators
who stand In the v > ny of the will of the
people up.n this question. "
The passage of the tariff bill by the houss ,
coming Immediately after the bill had been
denounced as against the will of the people
and the senators who Insisted on Its passage
had been branded as undemocratic and dis
loyal , Is c uhlng quite a feeling of glee among
the republicans of this vicinity. The surprise
among the.democrats at the action of con
gress In passing the bill after It had been
so ruthlessly sat down upon by the demo
cratic convention In the Ninth district Is
great. As the matter new standi , the demo
crats of that vicinity , since plighting their
troth with Weaver , seem to be drifting
farther away from the party at large each
day , and by the time election day comes ,
from the present outlook , there seems some
unccitalnty as to whether It will be possible
to tell a democrat from a populist.
WAirr/s itiriY : TO uuiM.tr.
Colorado's Governor Mnhci the Mont of tin1
( Imiiro Olicn by tin * ( iimriucdrii.
The quiet tone of the letter by Governor
Walte of Colorado In reply to President
Cleveland's message , which was carried from
Washington to Denver by the relay riders ,
ltd some people to believe that the gov
ernor's red fire factory had suspended , but
President II. E. Grimm of the Ganymede
Wheel club received a letter from the gov
ernor last evening In reply to the letter sent
by the same relry riders from the club ,
which shows how the govennr regarded
Private Secretary Thurber's letter , and that
he itlll knows how to rise to an em rgency
when any letter writing is to be done. Fol-
Iowlti2 Is a copy of the letter :
DBNVnil , Aug. 13. 1SDI. To the Gany
mede Wheel Club , H. 13. Grimm , President ,
Council HluffH. In. : Gentlemen Your com
munication of the 10th Inst. was received
yesterday In the same dispatch pouch with
the letter of the private secretary of the
president of the L'nlted States. I icprot
very much that any "unft loudly feolInK
butweon President Cleveland and myself"
should have Influenced him to cast any dis
courtesy upon your league. The letter sent
by the private secretary of thp president Is
typewritten , commcnccH "sir , " and winds
up "To the governor , Denver , Colorado , "
and whether or not designed to relied upon
the League of American Wheelmen , It was
no dnubt Intended as a. personal Insult to
myself. But it was respectfully answered
because It was an ofllelal communication
and related to a matter In which I had no
personal concern , and for the further rea
son that because the president of the
United States should forgt-'t In his ofllelal
correspondence that he was a gentleman Is
no excuse for me to Imitate so bad an ex
There Is no just reason why the president
of the United States should entertain any
unfriendly feeling toward myself. United
States troops were sent Into Colorado with
out the request of or notice to the governor
of the state , and without any domestic dis
turbance which had even been called to the
attention of the civil authorities , county or
state. The United States marshal had en
listed deputies by he hundreds , armed them
and upon nn injunction by the United States
court , and upon express authority from the
United States officers , was arresting citi
zens without warrant , who were being tried
without a Jury and convicted without evi
dence , and the deputy marshals were ex
pressly Instructed "To pay no. attention to
county olllcers , " thus Ignoring the right of
any man when arrested , to have his case
reviewed under the wilt of habeas corpus.
All these acts thus advised and committed
were each and every one of them in viola
tion of the constitution , which provides
that the citizen shall not be arrested with
out warrant and shall be entitled to a jury
trlu.1 , and the president lias no constitu
tional authority to send military power into
any state except In cases of domestic violence
lence , and then only on request of the legis
lature of that state or of the governor In
cases when the legislature cannot be con
vened , or ns was provided during * the re
bellion by the United States statute , where
the Koveinor or the legislature refuses aid
to the general government when called
I wired to President Cleveland protesting
against his unconstitutional Invasion of the
state with United States troops , and re
spectfully Inquiring by what authority the
United States marshal and his deputies had
suspended the writ of habeas corpus In
Colorado. To this telegram President Cleve
land made no response , and If there Is
"any unfilendly feeling between President
Cleveland and myself , " It Is doubtless in
consequence of the telegram. Hut how
ever "unfilendly" President Cleveland may
feel toward me , that fact has nothing to do
with the duty I owe to the people of Colorado
rado to protect them , as far as In my
power , from any Invasion of their constitu
With thanks for your letter , I am , gen
tlemen , very truly yours ,
DAVIS H. WA1TB.
Tin : citowi ) INCII\SIS. : : :
Great midsummer tale continues and the
crowd Increases day by day as the sale goes
on. Some greater deductions than ever for
Wednesday. You can't afford to miss It.
ONLY A FEW DAYS MORE.
All our ladles' and gents' IGc , 20a and 25c
handkerchiefs arc now 9o each.
All silk ribbons , all colors , Nos. 1C and 22 ,
at lOc and 15c a yard , not half price.
ENORMOUS HOSIERY SALE.
More than 1,000 pairs ladles' , misses' ami
children's hose at 6c and 9c a pair. Not one-
ONLY A FfiW DAYS MORE.
200 pieces standard dress prints , 3Vic a
30-Inch fine unbleached muslin , now 4c a
25o crlnklo crepe ginghams , now ut 7' , c a
S5o bed spreads , C9c.
$1.00 bedspreads , 79c.
2,000 ladles' nil linen collars and cuffs ,
slightly soiled , Ic each.BENNISON
BENNISON BROS. .
soteriilVooful Tali' * .
Henry Glttlns commenced his second dl-
varco suit In the district court yesterday.
Ills first had been pending for a number of
months , but about four weeks ago ho called
at the office of the county clerk and had
the case stricken from the docket , saying
ho had made It up with his wlfo and they
would live together again. Evidently he has
found marriage ns much of a failure In tha
second heat ns on the first , for his petition
alleges that about the tlmo of his marriage
to the defendant , In 1S91 , the latter , by
means of her blandlshnunts. Induced him to
deed all his real estate to her.
In the deed $5,000 Is named as the amount
of consideration , but ho says the considera
tion , In fact , should have been "love and
affection. " although even that would have
been stretching a point , for the love and
affection did not exist. In fact , he alleges ,
when ho B lulled the deed his wife stood over
him with an axe and threitened to bury the
axe In his cranium In case ho acted rebellious
about It , Ever since their marriage he ac
cuses her of being In the habit of striking ,
kicking and beating * him , at times turning
him out of doors. The plantlft Is old and
weak , and he married his brldfl to get a
home. Inasmuch us his homo has failed to
materialize , he wants tUo Lends of matri
mony dissolved One rather striking state'
m nt contained In the pe'ltlon ' In that the
"defendant at the time of her mnrrlnqe was
a divorced woman , full of wiles and machina
tion ? , wh1ci she used until she had gotten
possession of the property , after which she
acted like a devil Incarnate. "
Magdalene Mayer Is plaintiff In a suit
against L. F , Mayer. She. accuses him of
abusing her In various ways , shutting her
out of thu house both day and night , threat
ening to kill her , assaulting her and falling
to provide for her support. Her husband la
worth $0,000 , and she wants a divorce and
a suitable division of the property.
Jasper Gallup of Ncota sues for a divorce
from Sarah P. Gallup , and In so doing ac
cuses her of cruelty and of being too Inti
mate with George Lllley since 1S91 , whom
he makes co-respondent , IIo wants the cus
tody of their nine children and a division of
the $1,000 worth of property which they own.
Mary G. Butler , also of Neola , and a sister
of Mrs. Gallup , sues for a divorce from J. M.
Butler. She charges him with having beaten
and kicked her , applied vile epithets to her
and with being a habitual drunkard.
llnril Tlinrft u Thing of tlio I'mt.
It you will note the prices Duncan Is quot
ing for this week you will need no explana
In our wreckage sale we offer :
Infants' button shoes for 20c.
Child's button shoes for 35c.
Misses' button shoes , patent tip , for 7Cc.
Ladles' calf'button shoes , $1.
Youths' fine shoes , $1.
Boys' shoes , $1.
Boys' fine shoes , $1.35.
Men's nice sl.oes , $1.25.
We have the finest line of ladles' hand
turned and welted shoes for $3.50 , worth
Our men's hand sewed calf shoes for $3,50
cannot be duplicated for less than $5.00.
Stacy , Adams & Co.'s men's fine shoes ,
Finest line of men's tan hand sewed shois ,
Men's fine shoes , warranted grades , for
$1.50 , $2.00 , $2.50 and $3.00. Ladles' shoes
from $1 , the cheapest , to $3,50 , the best
made , and every pair warranted.
D. M. DUNCAN ,
Next door to Beno's. 28 Main street.
Dr. riniicj's rii'nrr.il.
The funeral of Dr. C. H. Plnney took place
yesterday afternoon at his late residence
on Pearl street. It was probably the most
largely attended of any funeral ever held In
Council Bluffs. The house and yard were
completely filled , and a throng numbering
a thousand or more gathered all along the
street for a distance of a block on either
side of the house awaiting for a glimpse of
the casket as It was borne to the hearse by
the pall bearers. The services were con
ducted by Rev. John Askln , D. D. , and Rev.
T J. Mackay of Omaha , music being fur
nished by Mrs. W. W. Sherman and Mrs.
F. H. Evans. Among the relatives of the
deceased who were present were Mrs. R. G.
Herr of New York , Rev. and Mrs. S. Alex
ander of Kansas , Anson E. Plnney of Ithaca ,
Mich. , and Allen Plnney of this city. In the
procession a prominent figure was Royal
Pasha , the bay horse which was such a fa
vorite of the doctor's , and which he fre
quently drove about the city. The members
of the faculty and the students of the Coun
cil Bluffs Medical college and the members
of the Medical society attended the funeral
In a body.
Some of the floral designs were magnificent.
Among them was a broken tree , from the
Council Bluffs Medical association , and a
broken whesl from Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Met-
calf. Others presenting floral tributes were-
Mr. and Mrs. L. Zurmuchlen , W. H. Sherra-
den , Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lockwood , Mr. and
Mrs. L. F. Murphy , Mrs. and Miss Squire ,
r. John W. Paul , Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Knap-
pen , Theron W. Josselyn , F. D. Empkle
Miss Irene Fcst , Miss Sadie Farnsworlh ,
Mrs. John Schoentgcn , Woman's Christian
association , Mr. and Mrs. C. E. II. Camp
bell , Mrs. George eMtcalf , Class of ' 96 , Coun
cil Bluffs Medical college , Miss Mary E.
Pool , Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Pusey , Miss Bow
man , Mr. and Brs. W. S. Cooper , Mrs. W.
0. Wlrt , Mrs. R. A. Blalne , N. M. Pusey and
family. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. McGee , Miss
Frances Bowman , Miss J. W. Blanchard ,
Miss Beall , Miss L. C. Baldwin , Miss Helen
Baldwin , Mrs. H. Everett , Miss Carrie
Schoetgen , Miss Gertrude Bennett , Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. F. McGee , Mr. and Mrs , W. H.
M. Pusey , Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Officer
and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Officer.
iti.u.-NANT SAM : .
Kvcry Itemnunt ut Half Trice.
Our semi-annual Inventory sale has left
us with thousands of remnants In various
lines , which we shall place on sale at half
price ( nothing reserved ) ; this includes
every remnant In our store , such as em
broideries , silks , dress goods , prints , ging
hams , muslins , etc.
All remnants figured at the original
price , and marked In plain figures , and
your price one-half what goods are marked.
FOTHERINGHAM , WH1TELAW & CO. ,
Council Blurts , la.
Try a glass of Sulpho-Salino or Soterlan
mlrcral waters from the famous Excelsior
springs at George Davis' , Paul Schneider's
and O. H. Brown's drug stores. John Lin-
< 3er , general agent.
For cobs go to Cox , 10 Main street. Telephone -
Domestic toap outlasts cheap soap.
7OIIM I'HKlilil'lJHlIAXS 31 VET.
Thirty-Fifth A-niml Convention of the
Synod lu HcHsliin.
DES MOINES , Aug. 14. ( Special Telegram
to The Bee. ) The thirty-fifth annual meetIng -
Ing of the synod of Iowa of the United Pres
byterian church convened at Inglesldo park
In this city this morning and will remain In
session up to and including August 20. The
synodlcal convention has become the most
popular "outing" for Iowa United Presby
terians anw on the present occasion a most
Interesting and attractive program will be
presented , consisting of bible study , music
drill , addresses and missionary and educa
tional conferences. The opening sermon was
delivered this morning by the retiring mod
erator. Rev. C. S. Cleland , an eminent divine
of Philadelphia , and was followed by devo
tional exercises , bible study and prayer
meeting. Fully 500 delegates from abroad
are expected to attend.
fund of Vctonins' Uuy ut Trrninscli.
TECUMSEH. Neb. , Aug. 14. ( Special Tel
egram to The Bee. ) This was Sons of Vet
erans' day at thedlstrlct reunion and was a
veiy enjoyable day. The principal speakers
wcro Dls'rlct Commander J. C. Elliott and
the commander of the local camp , E. M.
Shaw. A big campflro was held tonight. To
morrow will bo Women's Relief corps day
and the exercises will be In charge of the
ladles. Miss Olive Italian ! of Dlllor and
Mesdames Carman and Ingraham of this
city will speak at the comp fire tomorrow
night. The sham battle , under charge of
Captain Adams , will take place tomorrow.
Many sports were added to the program
today. The Cook ball team defeated the Lin
coln Swifts to the tune of 23 to 12.
M tlinill U In Convention ,
CEDAR RAPIDS , Aug. 14. ( Special Tele
gram to The Bee. ) A Jub lee Methodist
state convention of the four Iowa annual
conferences commenced a four days' session
In Greeno's opera house this evening , with
several hundred members of the church from
all parts o ! the state In attendance. After
devotional exercises the addresses of welcome
were made by Warren Harmon , In behalf of
laity , and Acting Mayor Juckett , on behalf
of the city. The response was mule by Rev.
W. H. Berry of Indlanola , which was fol
lowed by a general reception to the visitors.
It Is expected that at least 3,000 visitors will
bo present at these meetings during the
Town Odd rc'lhnvn Olchrutc.
CRESTON. la. , Aug. 14 , ( Special to The
Dee , ) The Odd Fellows of Creston and the
surrounding towns today celebrated their an
nual picnic at Talnugc. The attendance was
the largest ever assembled on this occasion
and the program was splendid. Rev. Robert
E. Swartz , pastor of the Creston Christian
church , and Rev , J. F. St. Clalr of the
Methodist church , delivered the principal
DiMiiocr.itlu rottiimntor Short.
DES MOINES. Aug. 14. ( Special Telegram
to The Bee. ) W. H. Dannon , postmaster at
Uumont , Butler county , this state , has been
found to be short In his accounts about $1,300 ,
which his bondsmen made good , Ho is a
democrat and was appointed about a year
EXCLUDES CHINESE tADORERS
Wun Lnng ntd His Compitfioti W 11 Not
NOT ? Be Allowed to Enter.
EFFECT OF THE NEW TREATY WiTM CHINA
Itiitlflrit by tlirrimtr YcAtcrdiiy , It Now
A \uilti I'liilorjuMiirnt by thr- Other 1'iirty
Itlght uf Transit Hr-talncd-in
1'orco for Ten Ycurn.
WASHINGTON , Aug. 14. Th ! treaty with
China , which was ratified by the action of
the senate yesterday , prohibits the coming
of Chinese laborers to the United States for
the next ten yi-ars except upon conditions
specified. The restriction Is not to apply to
the return of such laborers as have lawful
wives , children 01 parents In this country
or who have property here of the value of
$1,000 or debts equal to that amount due
them. The departing Chinamen arc to se
cure , before leaving , a certificate from the
collector of customs of the district from
which he leaves to the fact that ho has
deposited with the collector a description of
his family , propirty or credits , and this
certificate Is to entitle him to return to the
United States. In case the description proves
to be false , the right to return Is to be for
feited. It Is to be exercised within one year ,
but In exceptional cases may be extended
for another year.
It Is especially agrsed that the provisions
of this convention shall not affect the right
of Chinese subjects , being officials , teachers ,
students , merchants or travelers for curi
osity or pleasure , but not labsrcrs , of coming
to the United States and residing therein.
To authorize such Chinese to admission
they must producj a certificate from their
government , or the government where they
last resided , or the diplomatic or consular
representative In the United States In the
country or port whence they departed.
It Is also agreed that Chinese laborers
shall continue to enjoy the privilege of
transit across the territory of the United
States In the course of their Journey to or
from other countries , subject to such regu
lations by the government of the United
States as may be necessary to prevent such
prlvlleg3 of transit of being abused. The
treaty also guarantees to Chinese residents of
the United States all the protection afforded
to citizens of the most favored nations , ex
cept the right to become naturalized citizens.
The Chinese government waives all objec
tion to the requirement of the United States
laws that Chines : residents must be regis
tered , and reciprocally this government con
sents that China shall make the same re
quirement of Americans residing In China.
While the treaty Is made fora period of only
ten years It Is provided that It may be ex
tended for another like term of years unless
either country shall give notice six months
before the expiration of the ten-year limita
tion of a desire to terminate It.
The treaty now requires th3 ratification of
China , but It Is presumed that the minister
here Is fully empowered by his government
to act for it In this matter , and It Is cx-
pjcted that the ratifications will be ex
changed In a few days.
It is understood that the twenty senators
who voted against the ratification of the
Chinese treaty yesterday were : Turple , Carey ,
CuKom , Dolph , Dubols , Galllnger , Hale ,
Hansbrough , Hlgglns , Hoar , Lodge , Mitchell
of Oregon , Patton , Perkins , Shoup and Wash-
burn , republicans , and Allen , Kyle , PclTer
and Stewart , populists : Among those absent
and paired against the treaty were Senators
Teller , Wolcott , Power , Squire and Jones of
Nevada. There were no speeches on this
treaty at yesterday's 'exe'cutlve session , but
Senators Mitchell and Perkins , who have
led the opposition to the treaty , did not dis
continue their efforts until the last moment ,
and closed heir work with an Ineffectual
effort to have the vote made public.
VIIKK LIST HILLS iy Tin : SINATE.
Miimlcrsoa Objects to the Second 'Heading '
mid Thpy ( Jo Orcr for a Liny.
WASHINGTON , Aug. 14. There was but
< \ scattering pressnt today when the vice
president called the senate to order.
Mr. Gorman , democrat of Maryland , was
not In his seat ; Mr. Hill was present , but
burled himself In a newspaper.
During the reading of yesterday's Journal
Mr. Mills , democrat of Texas , asked unani
mous consent that Its further reading bo
dispensed with , but Mr. Blanchard , democrat
of Louisiana , objected , and the reading was
At 12:15 : o'c'ock the reading of the Journal
was concluded , when a messenger from the
house of representatives was announced , and
Informed the senate that th2 house had
passed the bills placing coal , Iron ore , barbed
wire and sugar on the free list , In which It
asked the concurrence of the senate.
The free list bills were then Introduced
to tha senate. Senator Munderson , republi
can of Nebraska , objected to the second
reading , and Senator Hill gave notice of
amendments repealing all Income taxes.
The bills will come up tomorrow.
Mr. Hale , republican of Maine , Introduced
a resolution for the printing of 5,000 copies
of house bill No. 4804 , known as the sugar
Mr. Vest protested against the title , but
Mr. Hale replied that ho simply referred to
it by the name by which it would be known
hereafter , but would not insist upon that
title being printed upon the bill.
Mr. Vest questioned Mr. Halo's right to
say what would be the popular designation of
the bill and declared It on outrage upon the
The resolution wont over.
Bills were passed promoting Commodore
Louis C. Sartorl , retired , to rear admiral
on the retired list and authorizing soldiers'
homo managers to extend out-door relief to
Resolutions for the Investigation of the
Dominion Coal company of Nova Scotia and
for the Investigation of the recent elections
In Alabama were called up , bat went over.
About 2:10 : the senate adjourned.
I&TIMYTIS : OF TIIIJ IUVJNUI : .
Comparison * of the MrKlnloy lilll , YVIUou
lllll und 8 < intto Illll.
WASHINGTON , Aug. 14. The passaga of
the tariff bill has led to various estimates as
to the effects it will have upon the national
revenues. The following figures from official
preparations are of Interest : The treasury
estimates for the fiscal year 1895 aggregate
revenues of $454,427,748 from these sources :
Customs , $190,000,000 ; Internal revenue , $100-
000,000 ; mlscellancousjltema , $20,000,000 ; postal
service , $84,427,748.
The estimates ofn ho revenue under the
bill as It passed thq house made a total of
$442,085,177.32 , divided as follows : Customs ,
$124,657,429.32 ; InteruaJ revenue ( under pres
ent law ) , $1CO,000Q09 ; Internal revenue , ad
ditional ( under senatu bill ) , $53,000,000 ; mis
cellaneous Items ( uruler present law ) , $20,000.-
000 ; postal service ( under present law ) , $ S4-
The estimate of revenue as under the house
bill as amended aud , passed by the senate
July 3 , 1894 , exceeds In the aggregate both
the two previous estimates and gives the
following showing : bustoms , $179,251,142.16 ;
Internal revenue ( aVnbUve stated ) , $213,000-
000 ; miscellaneous1 Items ( as above stated ) ,
$20,000,000 ; postal istrvlce ( as above stated ) ,
$84.427,748. Total , , , J < 9G.G78,890.16.
Under the house bill , | ( he ad valorem rates
of duty showed a decrease of duty amount
ing to $73,71G,023'.C5-f ' nnd under the senate
bill the decrease of duty Is shown at $19-
122,310.81. In this Compilation articles free
from duty are excluded. A statement pre
pared shows the dutiable value under the
present law as $ IOOQG9C5S.4S , with a duty of
$198,373,452.97 , the ad valorem rate being
49.58 per cent ; under the house bill the
dutiable value was $351,041,063.12 , duty $124-
657,429.32 ; ad valorem rate , 35.51. Under
senate bill , dutiable value , $4G3.447.1G3.11 ;
duty , $179,251.142.16 ; ad valorem rate. 38.G8.
Work of the ( ieolofli'al Snrvuy ,
WASHINGTON. Aug. 14. The director of
the geological survey has submitted his plan
of operations for the present fiscal year to
the secretary of the Interior , who has ap
proved It. Special attention Is to bo given
to the survey of the mineral bearing areas
of Colorado , Idaho and California. The to
pographic work will be carried forward In
twenty states , a largo share of attention be
ing devotcd'to tuc-'arld ' reclou of the Interior
and to the Pacific coast Thirty Iwo topographic
graphic parties nhd twenty-seven geologic
parties will be In the field , five of them be
ing employed In the Rocky mountains nnd
their foothills. Tlio Riiaglng of streams and
the determination of the water supply of
the United States , Including the examination
of the underground currents and Artesian
wells will form an Important branch of the
CIIAHM.Sr.V : ( C.OKS TO CHINA.
United 8tntr IncroiKlni ; llpr Nnvnl I'orrp
In Axlullr U'utvr * .
WASHINGTON , Aug. 14. At the request
of the State department Secretary Herbert
has directed Captain Coffin of the crulsei
Charleston , now at the Mare Island navy
yard , to tnako preparations for sailing. As
soon as the ship Is ready for sea she \\lll bo
sent to the Asiatic station to join the other
United States vessels now there for the pur
pose of protecting the Interests of Americans
in China and Japan during the war between
those two countries. With the addition of
the Charleston , the United States will have
a good naval representation In eastern
waters. The Baltimore and the Monacacy
have been there , for some time and recently
the Con ord and the Petrel , forming part of
the Bering sea patrol fleet were ordered to
join them. It Is asserted there Is no slgnll-
cancc attached to the addition of the Charles
ton to the ships of the Asiatic squadron , but
that It Is simply In conformity with n desire
on the part of the administration to have a
strong naval force there during the continua
tion of the war. The Charleston has Just
undergone a thorough overhauling and should
bo prepared to sail within a short time.
nousi : HAD NO MISSION.
CrUp Kny tlio Srnuto Will Act on como of
the tllll * Itvforu AiljntirmiuMit.
WASHINGTON , Aug. 14. The house of
representatives was not In session today
and most of the members were at home
resting from the arduous labors of yester
Speaker Crisp and a few members were
about the house. Mr. Crisp said the ex
pectations were that the senate would act
on snmo of the separate tariff measures
for free sugar , free Iron ore , etc. , before the
adjournment , nnd for that reason the close
of the session would depend a good dt-al
on the senate. Moreover , the rule adopted
In the house yesterday had given members
ten days' leave to print the tariff speeches.
Heretofore all speechfs In the house have
been from the standpoint that the house
bill would prevail and these hardly meet
the existing state of affairs. Mr. Crisp s-ajs
there Is nothing further for the house to
do except to complete tuo appropriation bills
which are In conference.
ONI : CONI'IHINCI :
Senate and House Get Together on tlio Sun
dry Civil Appropriation lllll.
WASHINGTON , Aug. 14. The conference
committee of the two houses concluded the
consideration of the sundry civil appropri
ation' bill late today and will report an
agreement late tomorrow. The senate , will
recede from Its amendment appropriating
$150.000 for public buildings at Boise City ,
Cheyenne , Hclsna and Spokane. The house
will accept the amendment of the senate
for land surveys In the states of Wa hlngton ,
Idaho , Montana , South Dakota and Wyoming ,
and In regard to the soldiers' additional
homesteads. The amndmcnt containing the
donation of 1,000,000 acres of land to ar.d
land states for the encouragement of irrl-
gat'on remains in the bill , but In an amended
The conference committee will take up ths
general deficiency bll 1 at 10:30 : a. in. , and
will soon be able to report It.
UJTEUMIMNG GOVKKNMKNT UIGIIT. .
I'rohihlllty thnt thn Suit Will Soon IIo In
stituted Auralnst tlio Manford Kstntr.
WASHINGTON , Aug. 14. There Is reason
to believe the government's claim against
the estate of ex-Senator Lelad Stanford
will bo tested In the courts before there has
been any default In the payments. Under
the conditions , the attorney-grneial proposed
If the executrix -would waive any right she
might have by reason of the premature
bringing of the suit he would gladly consent
to have proceedings begin at once. No con
clusion has yet been reached , but It Is be
lieved no objection will bo made to that
course , especially as a speedy adjudication
of the claim uould be In the interest of the
estate. The suit also would determine the
status of government claim against C.
P. Huntlngton and others , and , on the whole ,
an early settlement of the claims \vould be
in the Interest of all concerned.
Meeting of the Silver I.ciiRiin.
WASHINGTON , Aug. 14. A conference of
those who believe "that no permanent Im
provement In the condition of the country
can bra hoped for as long as the present gold
standard is pursued and who favor the im
mediate restoration of the bl-mettalic stand
ard In the United States , with the free coin
age of gold and silver at 1C to 1 , " will be
held at the room of the American Bi
metallic league In the Southern building , at
Washington , August 1C , 1894 , "to take Into
consideration the situation of the country
and to decide upon a policy to be pursued
looking to a change In the mono ary policy
of the government necessary to restore pros
Papers will be read by eGneral A. J.
Warner , president of the league , and Sen
ators Stewart , Jones and Camden , Repre
sentatives Bland , Slbley and others , and also
by Hon. Thomas M. Patterson and A. Wol
cott of Indiana.
Want Uncld Mini to 1'av the lllll.
WASHINGTON , Aug. 14. The house com
mittee on the Judiciary decided today to re
port the bill Introduced by Delegate Smith
of Arizona to transfer the criminal Jurisdic
tion over reservation Indians In the terri
tories from the territorial to the federal
courts. Reservation Indians are considered
government wards and the people of the ter
ritories regard It as an Injustice that they
THIS CURIOUS THING
Is a Sweat Gland.
Its mouth is called a PORE.
There are 7,000,000 in the
Through them are discharged
To close them means death.
Sluggish or clogged pores
mean yellow , mothy skin ,
pimples , blotches , eczema.
The blood becomes impure.
Hence serious blood hu
> Perfect action of the
' Means clear , wholesome
skin , pure blood ,
Means beauty and health.
Exerts a peculiar , purifying action
upon the skin , and through it
upon the blood.
Hence its cures of distressing hu
mors are speedy , permanent and
Like all of the Cuncuius , it is
pure , sweet , gentle , and effective.
Mothers arc its warmest friends.
Sold ihiouchout the woilJ. Price , $ i , POTTS *
Dura AND Limn. Cor. . Sole 1'ropi. , llniion.
" How to t-uic hvcty Humor , " milled ficc.
For rliuplcs , use Cutlcuru Soup.
WOMEN FULL OF PAINS
Achci , ami wcaVn mt finj comfort , strength , and
rcoewcil vitality In Cuticuu I'lutcr , the fint and
Only juia-klUiEj , Bcrvc-Utcnglhcniog plutcr.
nre bunlencxl with the expense of trying for
criminal offenses thoie who nro not tnv i > ay
cr , t _ _ _ _
Chirm .Mint llutlfy tl Now.
WASHINGTON , Aug. 1 1. The Chinese
minister had a long conference at the State
department today with Secretary Oresham
respecting Ihc concludliiK phases of the no-
Kotl.itlcins upon tha new Ctilucjo exclusion
treaty just rut I lied by the scetmte. The
minister has not notified his government ot
this action , nnd as soon ns the tre.tty U rut-
tiled lun Chlnn the documents will be milled
to the United State * nnd in' Ideations will be
exchanged In Washington , all of which la
expected to consume about six \\eelo.
r to IdiMlii Oimllll < " .
WASHINGTON. Aut ; . 14.--Ilon , Clifton U.
nrccklnrlilRO of Arkansas today was quali
fied ns minister to Russia. Mr. Ilrcckln-
rlilge expects to leave In nbout n month nnd
will make several stops before reaching his
destination. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
ItrcrlxM- - tlio rirt Niitlouil ( if Omiit
WASHINGTON. Aug. II. Comp' roller of
the Currency Ucklls today appointed W. Ij.
Hutledge receiver of the First National bank
of Grant , Neb. , which closed Its doors to
business on the 2fith nit.
Mr * . ScluMillui OntH HIT IVtiMim.
WASHINGTON. Aug. II. The house committee
mitteeon pensions Ims agreed to tlic senate
bill to pension Mrs. Alice J. Schwntka , the
widow of Mcutcnant Frederick Schwatkn ,
the Artie explorer , at ? 30 a. month.
We're goin to make a
change in our firm , G.
E. Myers retiring. But
before we do it we must
reduce our stock of
There's only one way to
do it and that is by
making the prices so
low as to force people to
buy. You need the
goods , and we must re
duce the stock one-half
betcre the change takes
place. From this on we
will n'ot let prices stand
in the way. This is no
scheme , but a genuine
sale. Don't think of
buying- dollar's worth
of Furniture till you
get our prices. Call and
see us. We know we
can sell you.
Miss Maria PARLOA'
containing 1 0 recipes which slio his ; late
ly written for the I.icbig Company
SENT ; FREE
on application to Uauchy U Co. . 27 Turk
I'l.icv , Ki'W Yorlc. Uiop a postal cunl
fur U anil ulw.iyn buy
EXTRACT of BEEF
Teeth Without Plates ,
Tooth oxiriiclu'l In
thu mnrnliiXi now
teeth bcfiiiu ( link ;
full Hut I. } nil : lltu'iiar-
ntilt'c'd ; gold Illlln s ,
$1 ; silver fl ; piiluloss
Bailey , Reliable Dentist ,
Third Floor , I'.ixtou Illock , 10th tin I Farmun
Tulupliuuu IUV > .
Jjtuly iittmiUunt. Uorman Sp > Ken
ncconllnR \ > the fortnuln of
DR. WM. A. HAMMOND
ti ! < I iln'tnt .rj \\iifhlnittoii , D C *
Cinir.I'ltINn ' , from tlHi.rnln , fur Jlswuoii i > .
tlt Ian n mid net\ hid . . I'MI
MIJIU Il.lNitum tin rpltinl conl. for ill.
iurii i t tlic cvnl ( I " ini'i'ir-AtaxIn. ' en- )
I'AlItil.N'i : , fiom llic hi'itti , for lUsi'ilpo of
the ImiM. ,
TUHTINK , from llutest. . * , for itl en < r of
tlio loMn. rAtloph } cf tinPTKIiln. . lUnllHr.
OVP.lUNi ; , from the nxi-ilct , for licenses ot
till ! OMIllctl.
MVSCCMN13 , tli > rodlm' . etc.
Drc , Tivo Drop ? ) Pr'co (2 ( t'rachn ' s ) , $2 50.
Til" | ih > sloloRli'nl cKii'lH produced by n nln-
KP ! diFO of CiHiillll.N'i : ; minccclomtlon of
I ho imlw , with rrrlilix ot fullum nnd dlntcn-
tloii m the lii'inl , fslilli'iitllim of spirit * , Inerrnn *
ni uiitwry excretion. uuMimntntlon of exiiul
HIMfinco of the btmliti'i nnd ptH'tnltlo notion
ut HIP IntestlneR , lmi.ni < Ml mumilnr ntn-nRlh
ntnl Imtutiuicp , Incruiml t > n\\i'r of vltlon In
oldi'ily I'e'ple , and Ineiv.iiuM npiictllc nnd ill-
RlRtlU' | IJ\\lr. . . .
\Vhi-ri * locnl itriiRKlMM ni-e not supplied with
lhi > llninniond Anlinnl t\hnrti : , they will to
m.ilU'd , turtoilicr with nil I'M.ttinu llternturc or
tlio sill-Joel , on HTeliit of pi leu by
THE COLUMBIA MFDIOAL 00 ,
WnnhliiRlon , IX t'
KfUN & CO. , AOKN'Td fOH OMAHA.
er e T'cm.Ic
A SPICCfFK' ' FOR
The Blood Remedy
of thu Demimonde.
OMAHA , Nob. . Ann H 1MMTho Hubert
Coinpiiny : ( jcntltMiicnAfter using u number
of dilliMi'iil medicines nml prciiurntIons , und
nlso | crlitlniis | fn m MHUII nf the best phy-
Hli'lntiH for Itlientuntt'ini and l.nnio llncU.f pir-
oiiiisetl u iiottliof viuif Grant Blood Purl-
flor , n"d have cot rcllnf that nonu of tlio otli-
iiii'dlulncH have gUvn me. If Improvement
l.crp > on _ _ . . .
tlii'ly cured by the tlmo I have mod ono uot-
tle. yours truly , U. V. FAITH.
Ifi05 Kiirniim St
All duiKslsts buvo It. I'rlcof 1.00per bottle
THE EUBERS V COMPANY ,
Omaha , Nob.
B. B.-Barley Beer-B. B ,
The most wholesome and the plcasantest
summer drink made.
Guaranteed to meet the requirements ot
the Iowa nnd Ncbiaska liquor laws.
It Is not a new drink , but has stood the
test of years and has steadily grown In
popularity. Read the analysis and testimo
nial of a well known chemist :
Office of Prof. Nell Johnson ,
Lincoln , Neb. , April 8th , 1ES5.
Having made an analysis of n. compound
known as U. B. or Barley Beer , I found It
to contain 0.014 per cent , of absolute alcohol ,
which Is n much less per cent , than found
In any temperance beverage on the market.
There Is no more alcohol than Is necessary
to preserve the vegetable matter. It Is per
fectly harmless as a drink , and Is no sense
nn alcoholic beverage.
PROF. NEIL JOHNSON ,
Medical and Analytical Chemist.
Invented nnd manufactured solely by
WllBBlBP 4 MBPBld ,
Bottling Works , Council Bluffs , la.
Wrlto for circulars and price list.
REAL ESTATE ,
FIRE , TORNADO AND ACCIDENT IN-
THK STRONGEST AND MOST POPULAR
COMPANIES IN Tim WORLD. CITY
PROPERTY A'ND FARM LANDS BOUGHT
JAMES & O'KEEFE ,
17 Pearl Street , James Block ,
n Attornnyii-.it-liiw' I'rao
8 Bolit 0 tlcii In I ho ntuto unit
fuilitrul court * . Jtoiium aU-7-8-0 ,
liliick' Council liliillH , In
CHANGING LOCATION J. J. IIUOWN OF-
fciti fur sale all uf his leal catnto and bust-
n-.Hs inopfity In Council llurf ! . Including 1U |
rrpldvncp , cor. uf Cth avenue nnd 7th street ,
with or without cuiner lot , with large barn
inljolnltiK. Also :
Tliu Ilunvri building , fiuntlns on Main and
rear I Htrccts , 3-8lory brick , steam heated , cle-
\ntur , etc. , all In Ilist-ciusd condition nnd oc
cupied liy good tenants.
Ills fuur buBlnuax Btores on South Main itreot ,
l.mmn aa Hi own block nnd Ccntinl I/jock , all
ui-11 rented to good tenants. And
Two most deslmblo lots on noulh corner of
Till street nnd Cth uvenue. Also 28 lotu In
Highland I'lnce , West Ilicaduuy , all In tha
city of Council mutts. For further particulars
apply to J. J , Drown , 2oC South ; tli street , city.
roii HUNT , I.AHGI : . riiivATri IIAHN , NBAU
null u\cnue and 1'eail street. Apply at llca
OAUIIAOU JUMOVII : > , VAULTS CLEANED.
1M llui lie. at W , S , Honier'8 , 638 Ilioudwuy ,
KOll SAI.I3 , 15 HIAU IIOIIHFM AND MULES ,
draft nnd driving , CmmlnKhuni InicU ana
coupe , 2 Imssi's , 4 expiTKH nnd bnggnga wagons ,
1 milk nnd ncnoiy wagons , lu aetu double
and Klngh * hnrni'SH , 2 fnim wngnriq. Win ,
Lewis , 16 Mnln street , Council IllulTs.
"VlHST-f'LAHS LAniHS' HI-
WILL TltADH A - -
cjcli1 foi n good UpL'Uiltur , Inaulro of Cole
U CullII Main sticet.
All kL . . . .
uinl Ud mine dime In
the hljlieit style ol
the art. I1'a loJ anj
dl.ilno 1 faUrljs mu'j
to iojl : ,11 cout a
IIO.V , Woric prumptly
ilono imt dotlvorol
In all p.iru of tna
country , djnl for
C. A. MACHA1.
Ilro.iihvuy , no-ir NortU
nuKtorn Depot ,
Tel honu ' - - .
Empkie-Shugart . ,
SHELF AND "HEAVY HARDWARE
AND FIELD SEEDS
DIOYCMJS A FULL LINK OK MHWUM AND HIGH QUADB WI113BL3. SEND
109 , 111,113 , 115 Main Street.Council Bluffs , la.
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