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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE ; WEDNESDAY , SEPTEMBER IL' , 1891.
Tim OMAHA DAILY DEE
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by carrier tn nny.parl ct th city.
II. W. TILTOW. L&wir-e ,
TBLPWIONK8 Ilutlnets offler. No , 13 ; nUhl
rdllur , No. 23.
J/JXO/t MKA'TW * .
Mayro Ue l Estate Agency. 53D Tlroadway.
The Hctl Men will liolcl n nice tine this
Illtins division No , 27 , Knlfilits ot Pythias ,
will meet at the liall this evening. IJy order
of ( tiu caplnln.
A marrlnRC llci'iiso wn.i Issued ysstenlay
o T J Thomas. atseil 33 , ami Clara Oiler
BRCil 22 , both ot I'ottfiwuUatnle county.
Since tlicae raliu Jmlson haa KOOI ! blue
Brass pasturage , after refusing 300 liezd iliir-
InK the drouth. Inquire At 9i'J SIxtli avenue.
Tha Ladle1 Aid society of St , John's
Eugllih Lutheran church meets Tliursiiny
afternoon at the residence of Mrs. O. W.
fciiiydrr , 217 South Seventh street.
Abe Lincoln post , Grand Army of the Ue-
publlc , will meet In their had at 1.30 this
nfternoan to attend tlio funeral of J. J.
Hathaway , Uy order ot the commander.
The funeral cervices of J. J. Ilatlia-
way will tuka plnco this after
noon at 3 o'clock at the B.ip-
list church under tlio auspices of the Grand
Army of the Ucpubllc and the Masonic order.
Tlu following prisoners wore released from
the county Jail y-.stcrday : Clny Townneml ,
convicted of forgery ; C. M. Hanks , attempt
to kidnap an Inmate of the Christian home !
I'hll Mooney , drunk and disorderly ; 1M
IJaher , larceny.
A son ot Dr.V. . P. Parrlsh of Macedonia
had his left leg hurt so badly by a corn
shelling machine about a year DRO that It
had to bo amputated. A few days ago he
fell from n horse and broke the slump of the
All members ot Mtzpah temple , No. 9 ,
Pythian Slaters , are rcnu fted to meet at the
Knights of Pythias hall this evening at 8
o'clock to transact Important business.
Knights are ur ed to attend , Mrs. Lily
Abdlll , M. B , C.
It was Fled Wcathcrbec- , Instead of frank ,
\\l\o \ was mixed up In the Lower Main street
flBht Sunday morntiiR , In police court yes
terday morning he was fined $10 , while his
companion , A. IS. Oalncs , had to pay $15.
Frank Qamcrl was dlhcliargod ,
All members of Excelsior lodge , No. 2. . ! ) ,
A. F. and A. M. , nro roriuesled to meet at
2 o'clock this nft.irnoon for the purpose of
altcndlnK the funeral of J. J. Hathaway.
All vlsltlnK members are Invited to partici
pate. W. A. Illghsmtth , commander.
Cards are out announcing the approaching
marriage of Frank M. MIthen , formerly of
this city , and Miss Theresa L. Farrell of
Battle Creek , Mich. The ceremony will take
place next Tuesday at 9 o'clock. Tiny will
be at home at 88 Chestnut street , IJattle
Creek , after October 1.
Special meeting ot Excelsior lodge No.
259 , Ancient , Free nnd Accepted Masons ,
Wednesday , September 12 , at 2 o'clock p. in. ,
for th * purpose of attending the funeral of .1.
J. Hathaway. Members of IHuft City lodge
No , 71 , and visiting- brethren are repucste-d
to attend. Dy order ot the W. M.
It has been developed that the young man
who was killed by the cars In this city a
few weeks ago nnd was at first supposed tc
b- Fred Roper of I > es Molncs. was in realltj
Fred Haymaker , whose parents Hvo In Telia
la. From the description published In the
papers Mrs. Haymaker recognized her ser
as tlio on * referred to , and on taking up tin
body found her fears were correct.
The annual reunion of the ploivers and oh !
settlers of Pottnwaltamle , Mills nnd Fremonl
counties will be hold at Malvern tomorrow ,
Those going from hero will leave ovst tin
Chicago , Burlington & Qulncy at 9:50 : a. m.
returning by the Wnbash at 4:42 : p. m
Among the things to come up for consldera-
( Ion Is the question of dividing the district' '
EO that each county may hcreafUr have Iti
George Woodman Is In tha city Jail on tin
charge of burglary. Last Sunday afternooi
William Llbbcka , who works at the Slln
saloon , saw him climbing Into the back win
dow of the second story. Ho ran and toh
Hen Long , the proprietor , and when Lang go
to the saloon he found the cash drawer opei
nnd 50 In canli which had been there tha
morning , missing. The window up stair
showed evidences of being broken open
Long filed the Information ,
Money to loan on Improved farms at lov
rates , Bargains In real estate , -louses fo
rent. Fire and tornado Insurant written
Money loaned for lcc.il investors. Lougeo I
Towle , 235 .Pearl street.
Whit Via llnvn Seen In the Slum ItuMnps
Wo have watched for several years a ]
ways for doing a Ehoo business , and 1mv
found that fake advertising never pa It
Honest shoes , good values and fair profit ;
and liberality with your customers Is wha
has done the business at Sargent's. Yo
have always found that uhat Sargent ha
told you could bo relied upon. Shoes ar
cheap this year , and Sargent will still se
you the best shoes In the city for the mono )
SAUGENT , 413 Broadway.
Strong & Carroll's and Stacy Adams shoe
for gentlemen at SARGENT'S.
They need no recommendation.
Gas cooking stoves for rent and for sala i
Gas Co.'s office.
L. A. Dcvlno la In Lincoln.
P. C. Ilctzel of Avoca Is In the city.
Thomas U. llaldwln has returned froi
Theodore \V. Ivory ot Qlenwood was
caller at The Bee olUca yesterday.
Clarence J. Annls ol Atlanta , ( la. , Is tl
fiUCBt ot Ills brother , A. D. Annls.
"VV. H. Cuppy , accompanied by Ills brotlu
of Avoca , was In the city yesterday.
Mrs , Henry C. Sheldle left yesterday f <
Ilcd Oak , to spend a week visiting friends.
P. Hopley of Lewis Is In the city , tl
guest of lila brotlier-ln-law , W. R. Kemp.
Mrs. H , I. Mears of Duluth. Minn. , Is tl
Kuest of her sister , Mrs. U U. Cdson on Dei
Mrs. L. O. Ferson has been called to Nc
York In tlie Interest of the Equitable LI
Mies Illancho Archer left Sunday evenlr
for Andover , Mass. , where she will contlni
her studies the coming year.
.Mrs. J. J. Spliuller , Mrs. Kd Ovcrmyer ai
Mrs. A. C. Harlow formed an Avoca she
ping trio In the Bluffs yesterday ,
Mrs. J , Ucycr of Frccport , III. , accoi :
panted by her daughter , Miss Hassle , a
visiting her brother. Henry Otto on Uenti
Frnncla Gulttar , who has been lying ve
low with paralysis fcr a number cf moiit
] mt , U reported to be feeling somewli
Ed S. Rohr. formerly ot this city , has go
to Rock Rapids , la. , and has leased the wat
works plant of that place with anoth
young man ,
Lawrence Hoist has nearly recovered fro
tbo effects ot his recent runaway nccldei
and expects to resume his work on the ro
within a few days.
I : Mrs. R. N. Fosdlck anil sister. Miss Jul
Gllfeather , left Monday night for are
River , Wyo. , where they will make tin
home. Mr. Fosdlck Is already there.
Simon Gtscman ot Salt Lake has go
east , accompanied by his son and daughti
the former of whom U to attend inlllta
school at Poughkcepsle , N. Y. , and the li
tcr at Cincinnati.
The Misses Itiman have returned from
three weeks' visit with friends In Pa
county. They were accompanied by thi
cousin , Miss Nelson of Vorktovui , who \ \
vhlt here for a time.
Mli3 Webster has been appointed tei
porarlly to the place fcrnierly occupied
tlio High school by Mrs. Morns. Moore. T
latter has been ly.ng very ill at a hospl
In Omaha for seine time past , and It
thought will not be able to resume her we
until after the holiday ! . Fred Grass ls <
cupylng Miss Webstec'a place.
No delay In closing loans on lmpro\
farn lands at low rates. Abstracts of tl
prepared and real estate for sale. Ptuey
Thomas , 201 Pearl street , Council Uliiffs.
Instruction on the piano will be given tc
limited number ot pupils by Mrs. J , A. Hi
1022 Fifth avenui ,
NEWS FROM COUNCIL BLUFFS
Judicial Convention of 'ha Populiit Party
a Verj ADimjtccV Affair.
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES U'ERE ENDORSED
DeleRHtlon from I-'rcmont County Mmln n
Uglit . .tgln < if 1'niloii unil .say llm I'opu-
IIM or tint County AVIII Not
Support the TkUct.
Th ? populists ol tlio Flltccnth Judicial dls-
tilct held I heir rotivenllon nt Liberty liall
yesterday ami had an nttendanco of about
twenty populist * from various parts of tlio
district. As was looked Tor , the principal
Item of buslncrs was the endorsement of
the three democratic candidates for the dis
trict lifiicli , although tills was nut done wlth-
uut calling forth a storm of denunciation
( mm thu Fremont county delegates.
W. R Pntton ot this city called the meet
ing to order and ashed that n temporary
secretary be helcc'ed. Graham of Cass
county was chosen. I'atton evidently
wanted to lie temporary chad man himself ,
for lie was nboul to hnve the committees on
credential * , rcsolutluitB and iiermanant or
ganizations appointed by himself , when Vr.
A. J. Cook of this city arose and suggested
that It might bo well to select a temporary
chairman. 1'alton looked down hi * nose ,
nnd while ho was doing so T. W. Ivory of
Mills county was chosen ch.ilrmun.
Chairman Ivory Ihen appointed the fol-
loxUng committees ; Credentials W. V. rut-
ton of Coiinr-ll Bluffs , C. A. nisliow ot Cass
rotinly and A. W. Dartou of Shelby county.
Permanent iirgaul/alltMi Dr , A. J. Cook of
Council lllofTs , T. O. Meredith of Cass
county and Joseph Stoopes of Audubon.
Resolutions Ktv. George W. Muller of the
Unlled Slates , 11. L. ( larretson of Ca a ami
Ed Smith ol Mills. The convention then
adjourned for lunch ,
In the afternoon the committee on per
manent organisation recommended T.V. .
Ivory for permanent chairman and A. W.
Dnrton of Shelby for permanent secretary.
This report was adopted.
Ilcv. George Jluller read the report ot the
committee on resolutions , In which the con
vention declured for a strict adherence to
the doctrine that the executive , legislative
and Judicial departments ot the goveinment
should each be. supreme In Itself and slick
to Its own legitimate functions ; favored a
nonpnrtlsuii judiciary and the removal of
Judges for cause Instead of by the present
long anil unwieldy method of removal by
liniic-acluneiit ; declared that the removal of
cases from state to fedcial courts when no
constitutional question was Involved should
be prohibited , and favored curtailing tlie
power of the federal courts , which recent
developments In connection with the In
junctions restraining worktngnien from meet
ing to talk over1 their grievances had reason
to show was too great. The resolution said
that the Judiciary In the Fifteenth district
must bo puiifled , so that It should not
Include apologlfls for crime , nml criminals
should not have the power to say what
Judge should try them.
It was the last resolution which gave rise
to an Incipient war , which , however , was
squelched after It had sliown signs of breakIng -
Ing up the convention. This resolution cited
the fact that only men should be nominated
who are above partisanship or mercenary
motives and tlien stated It as the sense ol
the convention that those three well known
nonpartlsan democrats , W. H. Ware ol
Council Hluffs , G. W. Ciilllson of Harlan , and
P. P. Kelley ot Gleno.ood , should be the
A motion was made to adopt the report
but after It had been duly seconded C. D
Johnson ot Fremont county arose and reaC
the following resolution :
Tlesolvfil. That It 14 the sense of the pop
ulist convention of tlip Fifteenth JuJIrln' '
district Hint It would lie unwise for this
convention In nominate or rniloive any can- -
dlilnte of either the republican or demo
cratic pni ly.
"I should like to ask the gentleman froir
Fremont , " said Hcv. Muller , who is acting
as private secretary nnd general rouat-
about for General Weaver In this campaign
"If the democrats of the congressional dls
trlct ot which Fremont county Is a part
have endorsed General Weaver for congress ? '
"Yes , Fir ; they did , " responded Johnson
"but it was against the wishes of the peopli
ot Fremont county.Ve always have tie i
and always will be opposed to selling oui
political principles to the democratic or auj
other party. "
"The rest of us are opposed to fusion , too , '
said D. L. Oarrotson of Cass county , "bu
this Isn't fusion. " He then tried by i
somewhat elaborate course of reasoning
which no one , not even Garrctson himself
seemed to understand very clearly , that fo
the populists to nominate the same candidate
as those put up by the democrats would no
bj fus'on , provided they said dlst.nctholy tha
1 It was not fusion , any more than a man *
hair would be red If lie Insisted It was blach
"Ware , Culllhon and Kelley are populists,1
said Dr. Cook ; "we're In. the same llx will
the people up In Minnesota got to light fir
and we musn't be too particular how w
fight It. We'vo got to stop these two ol
parties robbing the people , and the only wa :
to do that ii to nominate these three demc
cratlc candidates. "
Johnson made a valiant fight against fu
slon , but the scheme was all cut and drie
In advance , LIU ! his talk nnd that ot the fou
or five who uttered a feeble assent to wha
ho had to say was all thrown away. Patto
ma.Ho a motion that the amendment be l.il
on the table , and the motion was carried
but not unanimously by any means. Th
resolutions werp then adopted.
The following Judicial committee was st
lected : Joseph Stoops of Audiibon ; Tom I3n
wrlght ot Cass ; C. H , Townsend of Fremonl
G. W. Rose ot Mills ; G. Dennis of .Monl
Komery ; A. W. Barton of Shelby and W. I-
ration o ! Pottawatlnmle.
Hev. George Muller then gave one ol hi
characteristic speeches , In which ho appll.
all sorts of epithets to the republican port :
"The nil Important thing for us to do till
fall , " said he , "la to elect Weaver. The rt
publicans will USD all the nuans that he
can devise to defeat htm. Ueware lest the
shull try to corrupt those In our own ranki
and they will bo on the lookout for Judasei
and they will pay them thirty pieces <
silver , or gold If need be. To my frleml
In the middle of the. road I would say
Isn't worth while getting In the mlddl
of tlio road on constable and go to hell wit
the congressman. I respect your slnccrlt ;
but If we don't win this fall It will be tl :
fault of every man "who supports that mm
of aggregated devIUsm , that conglomeratic
of Iniquities known as the republican party.
After ho had waived the red ( lagawhl
In this fashion , and the del-gates clieere
him until their palms were sore , the coi
vcntlon adjourricd. Johnson of Fremoi
county , who hud been sat down upon In tl
matter of nominations , niaJo no banes i
the fact that he xraa disgruntled , A lot
and angry discussion took place In tl
hall , and even Jlullor , who had been 01
and washed the gore off his hands , cou
not kjep him quiet. "We came up hera
id gnfd Johnson , "Instructed to vote again
fusion , nnil wo did It , and we don't ca
to bo called fools and knaves for dolr
It either. "
A Hej reporter asked one of the other del
gates , whoso temper was considerably coole
how the sentiment generally stood In Fr
inrnt county , "The fsct Is. " was his r
ply , "Ihero are not more than five or s
populists In the whole county who are
favor of fusion , We number about COO
the county , out of a total ot1,000. . La
winter wo had as high as 1,000 , but \
car safely count COO. Of thai number a ve
large projKirtlon Is BO radically opposite
to ths doctrine of celling out our prlnclpl
that they will vote for the republican cant
dates' for the Judiciary In preference
voting with the men who tried to h/o
wink them. Another largo share -Kill n
> ote at all. "
Ktuti * I-aumlry Company ,
620 Pearl street. Telephone , 'J90.
The laundries use Domestic eoap
Stole li lllryclr.
K. Carter of Comanchc- , Clinton count
la. , representing himself as traveling ov
the state la the Interests of the Old RelUl
ft , I Distributing association , SI Dearborn stre
Chicago , called at the office ot S. M. Wllllaj
on A To and wanted to rent a bicycle He
vat apparently a ruitie youth , and the intn
it the store had an Idea that a bicjrclo would
be safe in hli poi * > stlon. This was Mon-
lay noon , and the young man ami the wheel
IBVC not yej put In a reappearance. Carter
s described ai about five feet ten Inches In
itlght , and w-elgha 180 pounds. He wears
Ight colored clothes , and had n smooth
face , considerably sunburned. The bicycle
was n Union P. D. CJ. , Xo. C.3S9.
! > KKl.l.UWS IIAVi : AN OUT1NO.
AVim n l.ltlln Cold tor Il.itlilnr , but Tlicy
Klijiiy Almi'itva , lml till ? Smile ,
The Odd Fellows and the Daughters of
Itebeknh captured Mnnavva yesterday nnd
held It most merrily for the afternoon. The
gathering was of the nature of a basket
[ ilcnlc and social outing , with music and
speech-making on the side. The occasion
called In n large number of the devotees of
the three links from outside ot the city , the
morning trains on the Burlington and the
Rock Island bringing In about 300. while
the Northwestern contributed about forty.
Council Ulutfs and the Immediate vicinity
swelled the crowd to goodly proportions.
The grand plaza was utilized as one au
dience room , where the more formal exer
cises took place. D , C. Bloomer presided ,
and I he opening prayer was offered by Rev.
Dr. I'helps. The speeches were sandwiched
with martl.il music and the sliiKlne of the
Mayor Cleaver gave the address ot wel
come , and although the mayor of Council
Bluffs and not Manawa , he gave that sum
mer resort annex n first class send-off , aa
though It was In law , as It Is In fact , a part
of his own bailiwick. In presenting Us ad
vantages he did not go to quite the lengths
which Mayor Reed would have gone in com
mending the richness of the happy fishing
grounds , but though he ahyed a little at this
point , he enthusiastically endorsed Manawa
as rich In fish stories , and Invited the vis
itors to partake heartily of thu.ti. AK a
physician he could not recommend the day
as a very biiltable one for rheumatics to In
dulge In bathing , but mill there was enough
of other delights so that they could have
a good time without Indulging In water. He
prescribed for tlio whole crowd , urging them
to tuke more holidays , and to spend them BO
far as possible in Council Blufts and Lake
Mann vu. .
Mr. Bloomer , who Is one of the oldest cf
Odd Fellows , then Introduced Rev. Mr. Allen
as one of the youngest of the craft. It was
his duty to respond to the mayor's address
of welcome , and for a babe In the order , as
he termed himself , lie acquitted himself
nobly. He told some good stories , and put
the crowd In a happy frame of mind to hear
thu address of the grand master , Rev. Frank
Kv.ins of Des .Molncs.
The- face and form of Mr. Evans arc fa
miliar to those of secret society circles , he
being a prominent Mason as well as an
Odd Fellow. His theme was ! "The Pur
poses of Odd Fellowship. " He dwelt chiefly
on the cardinal teachings of the fatherhood
of God and the brotherhood of man. In
opening he followed the pace set by his
clerical predecessor , and told n story con
cerning an experience meeting ot the olden
time , when the women sang one part of a
hymn and the brethren the other part.
They were trying to get away with a hymn
in which the women prayed for a mansion
In the skleu , and the men for the Lord to
send down salvation In torrents. The
women would start out , "O , for a man , O ,
for a man , a man , a man , " when , the
men would break In with , "Send us down
sal , send us down sal , sal , salvation , " etc.
It was a great combination , but the need
of women and men working together in n
holy cause was better exemplified by the
O.ld Fellows , with their charming Daughters
of llebekah. Ills speech was characterized
not only by catchy stories , but by strong
sense , and a very forcible putting of the
truth , which In his own words , he summed
up thus : "God never made an independent
man. " He pictured so pathetically the In
terdependence of the prattling babe and Us
robust , rugged father as to pull the hand
kerchiefs out of many a pocket. He argued
clearly that this peculiar relationship , b >
which every man was a brother to ever )
other man , caused the obligation to rest or
each to act as a brother to the other. The
failure to observe this rule was sarcastlcallj
pictured as the common way of the world
and It was the mission of the order to brlns
about a reform.
Last evening there was an Interesting ex
empllflcatlon of the Rebekah degree , wlilcl
was worked on several candidates by i
well drilled team , consisting ot the follow
ing : Mesdamcs C. B. Tucker , J. M. Slat
thews , John Bohn , W. D. Klrhland , Join
Dougherty. "Weatherby. Smiley , Spare , Nutt
McMellen. Haller , Fred Brltton. Vancy , C. K
Taylor , M. F. McKune and Misses Dewey
Rapp , Foster , Urltton and Drlgglns.
A m < ! ASH.IIllMKNl' .
.Vow I'ill I Coeds i i Kvrry lr | > : il-tnirnt.
The past three weeks have been the larg
cst on iccord. Thousands ot dollars' ivortl
of goods have been sold and left our stocl
n elegant shapeto put on sale our nev
'all ' goods.
Ladles usually ore more Iniercsted In tin
new fall dress fabrics , which this seasoi
are rich beyond description , and must b
seen to be appreciated Inspection invited.
100 exclusive dress patterns , from $4.3 :
.0 . $15.00.
50 different styles In English checks a
> 1.25 , full CO Inches wide.
15 new colorings In Boncle effects , 6
ncbea wide , $1.25 ; cheap at $1.75.
See our 40-Inch silk and wool novelties u
75c , worth $1.00.
All the above goods are our own Importa
Wonderful bargains In domestic weaves
Yard wide , all wool flannel , 25c ; alway
was 39c. Yard wide cashmeres , all colors
IDc ; cheap at 25c. New eeffcts In 45-lncl
mixtures at 3flc ; others ask SOc. 54-lnc :
all wool ladles' cloth , full range of colors
50c ; our regular 75c grade.
Jl.OO broadcloth now 75c. 40-Inch all i\oc
henrlettas , 39c ; regular COc grude.
Big Inducements In black goods depart
nrent , BOSTON STORE ,
Council Bluffs , la.
Best paints In the world. Davis , Uruce'si '
Domestic toap outlasts cheap soap.
Drnth iif Mrs. Com 1'arnnni.
A telegram was received yesterday mom
' Ing containing the sad announcement c
the death of Mrs. Cora Parsons , daughte
of Mr. nnd Mrs. S. FarnswortU and wlf
of Dr. Irving I'arsons , to whom she wa
married about five months ago. Her deat
occurred at her home in Los Angeles , Cal
Monday night. For some time , she ha
been In poor health , and recently her coml
tlon became so much inoro serious the
arrangements were being made to brln
her back to her Council Blufts friend :
Mr. Farnsworth left last week for the pui
pose of accompanying her home , and reache
her bcdsldo Saturday. It Is expected th :
he will arrive here Saturday morning wit
her remains , and the announcement of tti
funeral will bo made hereafter. The new
comes with a great shock not only to tl
family , but to the large circle ot frleiu
in which "Cora , " as she was famlllarl
known , moved as a favorite. H was ni
generally known that her condition was i
serious and her friends had hoped that si
would gain new Ufa by again being su
rounded by all her old friends and a
Boclates. For those upon whom the sudde
blow fulls with EO much sad force , 11
tenderest sympathy of tha entire communll
IIay J.anil for Unit.
For rent 200 acres ot frstclasH ) Missou
river bottom hay land , with good stand >
grass upo.i It. 1 % miles of city limits. I
Marks , Council Bluffs , la.
The cause of the present boom In re
estate is duo bomewlut to Mi a ucce sf
sale ot fruit and garden lands by Mem
Day & Hess In the Klein tract. 'I hey tuv
00 acres In amounU | o suit , sul'jhle I
fruit and gardens , Also bearing fruit fan
for sale. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
First class table board for 13.50 per we <
at 38 North Seventh street. Also furnlsln
rooms. Mrs , M. M. Sackett.
Washerwomen use Domestic soap.
Who Were In < llctr < t.
The grand jury made Its report yestcrJ
and returned the following Indictment
Charles Minor , burglary at 104 East Broa
way and larceny of J7 worth ot blind hlng
from S. W , Besley , two Indictments. Ii
Crlss. larceny ot a clock from Ellen. Cartel
dwelling , 21 North Sixteenth street , tn t
day time. Lee ForemanbulfjcitV of E. G.
nartlcit'a store , on Uroadwa'dear Seventh.
I'red Treynor , burglary arj larceny from
Gregory Johnson's dwelling , 2130 Nn'h ' av
enue , In the day time , Hyo .Indictments.
Wlll'am Van Dyke , burglaKj 'HI ' the resi
dence of W. T. Johnson. IfjltywAvtmis A.
D. K. Shrovcn , latceny of a wagonollp from
H. P. Hattcnhaiier. Ira * hoi I hart nnd Abblc
H. Butler , lewdness. Wlllljm Lewis , for
gery ol an order on Klshcr Alffln ot Under-
nooJ. for a suit of clothes , b-arlng the
name of J. P. MaxftcM. T Doskey , larceny
of a bicycle from J , U , Ful nn.t i
llriiry Uil Cliurcril xvltlt netting Iho
Oirdrn lt cr.v Iliirn uu I Irr.
The fire A vartment wns called out yes-
Itrday morning about 2 o'clock by an alarm
of fire from the Ogden livery barn , The
nmr.es were extinguished before the fire
men arrived , however , and the damage was
nominal. Henry West , nn employe of A.
Wellman , who runs the barn , was found
busily engage.l In putting out the fire Mhen
Wellman came , and It was due to his effort. !
principally , that the barn and all Its con
tents wire eitvcil.
West had been sleeping In the barn until
Wellman gave him orders not to do ca
any more. He left the barn late Monday
evening with a friend , and West I ft at the
name time. Wellman came back to the barn
and went to sleep on a lounge In the office ,
after seeing that nil the doors w.rc securely
fastened. About 1.30 he wns Hwakened by
some one calling "fire. " and hurrying out
Into the stable found West with a big blan
ket trying to smother the flames. AfUr the
Ore U'ellman set the police at work trying to
dUcover some evidence to connect West with
West explained his presence In the buildIng -
Ing by paying that ho felt n presentiment
that something wns wrong down at the
stable , and he canui down to find out what
It was , arriving Just In time to prevent
the destruction ot the building. Wellman
filed an Information charging West with
arson , and the ; latter was arrested during
the afternoon. He did not give bull and Is
In th ? city Jail.
Tn r ! IT Reduction K.ilr.
Forelcn and domestic dress goods al a
big saving by buying now.
HEAD TIIKSE PRICES CAREFULLY.
40-Inch bilk finish , all wool black hcn-
rletta , worth COc , at 3Dc yard.40-lncli ! black
hcnrletta , a quality sold at K5c , Is now 50 c
Wednesday we offer ten pieces no-Inch
black gloria silk , never before retailed at
less than $1.25. One dress pattern to each
customer nt G9c yard. Don't miss this
40-Inch novelty black dress goodi , neat
little designs , actual value In $1.00 ; sale
price fide yard. Make It a point to SEC this
50 pieces ot SG-lnch cotton covert cloths ,
beaullful designs , only 12Vic yard. See
our novelty dress goods at SOc , HOc , 75c ,
$1.00 , up to $2.50 yard , Nothing like them
ever before shown In the city. 15c , 20c
and 2Gc embroideries arc now 9c yard.
200 ladles' night gowns , trimmed In cm-
broidery , full length and good material , only
79c each. You never bought such a gown be
fore nt 79c. ' * '
This morning we place err our counters
one solid case nice rcmnanbi of apron check
ginghams , good quality , .all lengths , I'/i to
C yards , at 3J c yard. Come for them tally.
BENNISON BROS. ,
Eagle laundry. 724 Broadway " , tor
work. T < I. IE7.
Fcr cobs go to Cos , 10' Main street. Tele
phone 48. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Sport nt llnnejr .Vruelc ,
Dr. V. L. Treynor , I. > K 'Treynor , J. J ,
Shea and Dr. J. C. Waterman spent Monday
shooting at Jaclssnlpes on what used to be
the banks of Honey crcbk lake. This lake
has almost entirely evaporated since the dr >
spell of a few months ago set In. The
north"part of the lake ( s ilry .enough to de
liver a tariff speech In.'while thfi lower part
where there was always considerably mort
water. Is merely a muel hole. Jacksnipe
are plenty there , as will appear from the
fact that the quartet secured sixty In the
few hours they were there. I. M. Treynoi
had a rather narrow escape from death b )
asphyxiation. Some one had Just shot t
snipe and In the absence of a dog lit
started across the qulcksar.d to bring It In
After he had gone a few steps he founc
he was sinking , and the farther he went
the deeper he Bank. As thoughts of earls
bad deeds flashed through his brain he fell
the mud oozing In through Ills duck suit it
the vicinity of his waist. Throwing hlmsell
forward , he lay prostrate on the mud. Th <
upper part of his body proved to be largei
than the soles of his feet , and thus h <
kept from sinking until Shea could bring hint
a board to come out with
During the trip they were Industrial ! )
missing quail' on private grounds , when the )
looked around and saw the owner coming Ii
the distance. They at once turned arounc
and walked toward him , and when they cami
together one of the party , who acted a :
spokesman , said : "We were just coming t <
ask your permlsblon to shoot at the snipe :
around here. You haven't any objection
have you ? "
"Wall , no ; I guess not , " was the farmer
reply , as ho leisurely looked the four bun
ters over ; "from your looks I don't bellevi
any of you could hurt any ot the < mal
very much. "
And they didn't.
WHAT A UOI.I-IK 1 > 5 WOKTH.
Council Blufts cannot bo humbugged Ilk
a new boom town of one or two year's ex
Islence We know when transients come li
and advertise $5.00 for $1.50 that It's a fake
Wo have had them before. Sargent doc
not advertise to sell you $3.00 , JI.OO nm
$5.00 shoes for JI.OO , because he knows hi
dollars are worth only a dollar , and ho cai
only buy a dollar's worth with them , Bu
he will sell you u better shoe for $1.00
$2.00 or ? 3,00 than any other shoe house I
the city. Do not buy lottery tickets o ;
shoes , but come to Sargent's and get th
very best value. He always has been , an
always will be the lowest In price.
Everything In shoes , and the best , at
SAKGENT'S , 1413 Broadway.
SctHe tlio"jucntlon Yiintteir.
Whether It Is mote profitable to pay th
same old exorbitant prices or to purchas
your shoes at any cash store , whose motto I
"the best goods for the least money , " wher
there arc no bad debts for good customers t
pay , and no poor goods at high prices. Dun
can's prices arc a great surprise to all shrew
buyers. - r
Hard times school shoes , 75 cents.
Top notch school sHiet.'JI.OO ' anil J1.25.
Wear well school sh'oes ' $1.25 and $1.50.
Men's nice dress
Ladles' Vlcl kid button. . 1.50.
Our prices range from ' " 25 cents to ? 2.C
Our Curtis & AVheeler lladles1 fine shoe
last made , $3.50 , ' "
Our Eddy & Websterladles' [ fine shoe
last made , $3.00. * , : i
Johnson & Murphy ami Stacy Adams' men
fine shoes , $1.00 , $5.00 mnil $0.00.
Men's tan shoes , to' < cV > a * out , $2.50.
DUNCAN1 ISHOE STOUE ,
, , J , , , Kext to Ueiio'a.
l.llirary lrriri ( tei. .
At the regular meeting of the library tru
tees D. C. Bloomer whs tjliosen president ar
Mrs. M. D. Davenport1 ftary. The drav
Ing for terms of trustedn tinder the new lai
was then taken up. ' 'Jilelsrs. ' J. It , Ilecd ,
D. EdmundBon nnd Flnley Burke drew tl
six year terms , O. W , Ilewtt | , Thomas To
tevln and M. F. RonfeTr the four year tern
and Messrs , E. A. Troutman , E , J. Babco <
and D. C. Bloomer the two year terms.
For $ f.OD you can buy a cook stove- i
Cole's hardware store , but the Radiant lion
th : Bom steel ranges will save In fuel the
extra cost In one year. The best la tl
cheapest. Cole'a , 41 Main street.
Duncan's shoes are always the best ai
Domestic aoip breaks hard water.
Hlidt Him In Defense of lilt Wife ,
MEMPHIS , Sept. 11. Con Lincoln , a pier
Inent farmer residing near Mount Isle , An
land , Mln , , was shot and fatally wound
by Thomas Parker , a neighbor. Lincoln
said tp have made disparaging remarks ube
TIIEBRAVESOF'-OLDTECUMP" ' -
HiunlonofthoCurvlvjrs ofths Array of the
TO WERE FIGHTIR3 FR3M WAYB1CK
llliiiirluiii Slon lilriilinril ullli tlioViir -
rlurftuf tlio Motmtulii'-lifM * | i A limit
tlio Army , In I'niiuiiis Ilciul
anil Iliintiroil feurtltor * .
The approaching reunion ot the Society
of the Army of tlio Tennessee at Council
llluffi surpasses In generul Interest any
tethering of veterans of thet war yet held
In the Missouri valley. State and Inter
state reunlcns and regimental meetings are
local In their ecope , But the reunions cf
army societies such as the Potomac , the
Ohio , the Cumberland and the Tennessee
aret second only to the national encamp
ment of the Grand Army.
The roster ot the Army of the Tennessee
Is Illumined with the names of men the
memory of whcbe deeds Is a national treas
ure. Many of the Illuitrlous leaders have
prrasd away , ethers are on the thrrshold of
llfo's December. Hut lo all who followe-J
the fortunes of war from Donelson to At
lanta the vanished lierots are m less ( Irmly
entrenched In their affections than the sur
vivors. And while the rank nnd flic clasp
the hands of vener.ble leaders and renew
old friendships , tlio memory of those who
have gone will be refreshened and rein-
twined In their heats.
ITS FIRST COMMANDER.
The first commander of the Army ot the
Tennessee was grim Sherman , who also
continued to be Iho chief ot the Society cf
the Tennessco up to the time uf his death.
The story of the wonderful struggle at the
southwest from the fall ot Fort Uanelson
until Sherman , having broken the back of
the struggle In Tennessee , began his famous
nmrch ID Atlanta tin ! thence to th& sea , has
often been told , and yet It loses little of
Its charms with the trend of the years. The
crash of war In Tennessee and thereabouts
In the midst of a natural pan
orama such as can ba found In
few parts ot this country , the
courage and dash and endurance displayed
and the fact that the men who were after
wards rated as the greatest commanders
of the war , so far as the ncrth at least was
cnccrnc3 , were prominent In this strug
gle , makes It all the more Interesting.
Grant , silent , foiceful nnd selt-reliant ,
here gave the southern leaders a taste of
his mettle. Grim Sherman , who succeeded
In the command of the Dtpartment of the
Tennessee , did some ot his best fighting
among the mountains and valleys of Ten
nessee. Here Sheridan , dashing and re
sourceful at Stcne river and elsewhere
showed what was In him long before he was
transferred to the Army of the Potomac.
General Slocum , who has but recently de
parted , was there and was destined to com
mand a wing ot Sherman's army In Us
march on Atlanta. Brave McPherson , who
met his death before Atlanta ; Fishting Joe
Hooker , scholarly Lew AVallace , Mill living
and flourishing , and bravo Geary and Me-
Clernand , and General Smith and a host of
others wha have p.sssed over to the other
Vlcksburg and Donelscn , and Missionary
Hldge and Paducah , with their memoiable
lights , all belong to Tennessee , an.l In a
sense to the gallant urmy that bears Us
In good sooth the old war dogs who arc
to meet In Council Bluffs will hsve no lack
of bravo men and sUiring- deeds to talk of ,
OVERLOOKED IN HISTORY.
It Is a singular fact of the three armies ,
Iho Army of the Ohio , Iho Army of the
Cumberland and the Army of the Tennessee ,
that the latter should be so little written
of. In looking uu some material In o
library of national repute the other day nc
history of this gallsnt army could be fcund ,
and the librarian , a man of long experience ,
said he had never seen one. With the
'armies of the Ohio and the Cumberland II
was otherwise. Why It Is that this magnifi
cent fraction of the fight ng men who broke
the backbone of the rebellion has been sc
much ovcrlocked remains to be seen.
The Army ot the Tennesse'e and for thai
matter that of the Cumberland , were largolj
made up of natives of Tennessee. The
mountaineers of that state In the main stoot
by ths union from first to last , and woulc :
have none of secession. They were a flue
fearless class of men , sturdy and Independ
ent , descendants of Scotch-Irish largely , n ;
a gr'nt number of Pennsylvanlans were ant
aie. These men were of a religious turn
given to praying , but they fought as wel
and shot as straight as they prayed. N <
union fugitive from a confederate prlsoi
ev.r sought in vain among them for succoi
while trying to escape through the Tcnnes
see mountains. Sometimes those -would bi
sheltered for weeks by the loyal mountain
It was probably these qualities that rec
ommended these Tennes > seeans to Qjncra
Sherman's fa\or , for that veteran and gooc
Judge of men always epoke with odmlra
tlon ot the Tennessse unionists , who wen
so useful to the federal leaders while tin
theater of war was In the southwest. Thcl
fidelity to th union and their knowlertgi
of the topographical conditions of the coun
try , then debatable ground , made their sen-
ices invaluable to Grunt and Sherman am
their subordinate generals In the southwest
There are a few left , however. Genera
Lew Wallace Is one of thm , and Carl Schur :
served In Tennessee In 1S63. Both thes <
men have been Invited to be pnsent at th <
coming reunion at Council Blufts. The sain
Is true of General Schofleld , who Is com
mander-ln-chlet of the army under the presl
dent , and who was In the southwest com
mandlng the Army of the Ohio under Genera
Sherman , anil of General Oliver 0. Howard
who saw the Army ot ths Tennessee flgh
when about Atlanta. Aside from these ther
are but few conspicuous general officers o
the late war now alive who cither fough
In the Army ot the Tennessee or alongside II
PATHOS OF THE REUNION.
The Army of the Tennessee was not e
strong as the armies of the Ohio nnd th
Cumberland In point of numbers at an
.time , and It Is not an over-powerful bed
now , after the passage ot years , and yea
after year veterans are dropping from It
ranks. There la something- pathetic abou
these meetings of the men who fought In th
civil war year by year. The men cannc
but notice as the roll 1s called that It i
I growing shorter and shorter. Well know-
faces disappear , and thcie are no new one
to take their places. On each recurring r <
union they cannot but note that the forms c
the men who fought and marched with thet
and shared their tents and tha contents i
their canteens with them , are growln
stooped and bent ; that their hairs are grow
Ing thinner and grayer , and that In tli
natural order of things these reunions mui
In time cease unless It may be that thci '
will bo other reunions in a place beyond 01
It would be natural for the old msn 1 .
wonder , as they note each other's weakcnln
eyes and halting steps , who It will be tin
will be the last of the men who were wit
Grant or Sherman at Donelton , at Resac ;
or Natchez , or Shlloh , or Vlcksburg , wl
finally will stand alone , the last of the me
who fought the greatest of modern war
There must , of course , be a last man , ar
how conspicuous will his position be i
would bo , were there any reliable means
. Identifying ( he man.
There will bo talk , and again more tal
of "Uncle Hilly" or "O'.il Tcump" the id
of the Army of the Tennessee , As Shcrmc
wan their commander In war , so , when tl
Society of the Army cf the Ten n't see wi
organised from the old army of hardem
war dogs , General Sherman was elected
be at Its head. Slunnan continued In th
position until the time of his death. The
was a very tender side to the old genen
who sometimes seemed eo rough , abrupt at
cross-grained , and his old men all knew till
Ills appearance at their reunions used
give both himself and his veterans pleasu
Inexpressible. On these occasions Shermi
would unbend and bubble over with qua !
humor and characterise good sense. II
brusqueness and sharpness never prevent
the most humble of hla form r men fro
meeting him on equal grounds , even If t
old "Vet " from his ranks had drained I
canteen not wisely but too thoroughly.
it I And these name veterans have miss
"Undo Billy" more than once ulnco ,
parsed away Such ns arc left anfl meet 1n
C"iincll Bluffs mny be relied upon to toast
the great g nen rs memory. Hut they will
nol stop with Sherman Grant , Sheridan.
Hooker , Lew Wallace. MePheraon , MrClc-rn-
and , Slocum. LoKan th' eld felloxvs can llnil
IhiURhlR for nil of them , for they am big
hearted , the men ot the Army ot the Tcntifs-
tec. Just ns u ro those ot Hi' Ohio , the Cum
berland , the I'olomao and the rest.
ro/.itvr . ! > / > it.ttuui.tits.
liy , lmlg < < Mil run I'ultlnR a
I. lull ! nil L'untnictK.
CEDAR HAPIDS. In. , Sept. 11. ( Special
Telegram to Tlio Bee. ) Judge Shlras In the
federal court rendered an Important decision
this afternoon. It was In the case ot the
Hartford Fire Insurance company iiRAliut
the Chicago , Milwaukee & St. 1'aul Railway
company. It was the first ruling made by a
federal court to the effect that contracts
exempting railway corporations from liability
for damages arising from fire are not con
trary to public policy ,
lip IS90 tha railway company leased a tract
of ground near the depot of the company
at Montlcella to Simpson , Mclntyrc & . Co. , for
the purpose of erecting1 n cold storage ware
house. In the contract was a provision ex
empting the. rnlluajcomp.iny from damages
In case of the warehouse being destroyed
by fire , caused by sparks from a locomotive
or through the negligence of employes or
agentu ot the company. In 1S92 the ware-
' ouse was destropcd by fire and Simpson ,
tlclntyrc & Co. were paid ? ! 0.000 Insurance
y the Hartford Insurance company , the In-
iurance company then bringing suit against
he Chicago , Milwaukee & St , I 'mil for the
ccovery of this money on the ground that
uch contracts were contrary tc the public
iollcy of the state.
To these allegations the r.illwny company
filed a demurrer , whk-li was argued orally
before Judge Shlras nl the April term , ho
reserving his decision because a cii-o similar
o this one- was then pending befora the
lupreme court of the state. The opinion
cmlorcd by Judge Shlras today Is a very
lengthy one , all phases of the case being
larefnlly reviewed. Ho holds that the con-
ract contained In the lease to Simpson ,
Mclntyrp & Co. , exempting the defendant
company from liability by fire , Is not con-
rnry to the public policy ot the state and
icnce Is not Invalid.
< ' ( ii- < -i > ' Cotulillnu Ni.t IvxiiKtri-ratiil.
CEDAR RAl'IDS , la. . Sept. 11. ( Special
Telegram to The Bee. ) In n letter to his
brother. H , U. Dye of Marlon , Colonel WIN
.lain . M. E. D > r > , military Instructor of the
Corean urmy , under dati ; of August 15 ,
writes that the rcpoits of the state of nf-
[ alrs In that country have not been In the
east exaggerated , but If anything it li worse
than reported. The 'report ' that he Is or has
Ijeon a prisoner of war IN without foundation.
SUSTAINED EX" TJE FAOTi-J.
Wlitrh are Tntercfliiiu to Jtrci'tf Mini , H'nimiu
or Clillil tfiilftrliiy j'i'oiit tiiuj I'ofin i > f
J > irj tJ < or.SVojjinrfi Tfuitblr ,
A short time ago we published an arti
cle recommending to our readers the new
discovery for the cure of dyspepsia , caled
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets , and the claims
then made regarding the wonderful curative
properties of the remedy have been abun
dantly sustained by the facts. People , who
were cautious about trying new remedies
advertised In the newspapers and were
"inlly Induced to glvo Stuart's Dyspepsia
1 ablets a trial were surprised and de
lighted at the results. In many cases a
single piickaga crstlng but f > 0 cents mails a
complete cure , and In every instance the
most beneficial results were reported. From
a hundred or moie received we have space
to publish cnly a. few of the latest , but as
sure our reailers we receive so many com
mendatory letters that we shall publish
each week a fresh list of genuine unso
licited testimonials and never publish the
same one twice.
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Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are d-lng me
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Tin : AT.OI : 4 = I-J-INFOLO co , ,
HOS Farnam Street. Opposite 1'axton Hotel.
QEO. P. SANFORD. A. W. RICKMAN.
of COUNCIL BLUFFS , Iowa-
Capital , ' . $100,090
Profits , - - - 12,000
One or Ihn oldest banks In the utate uf Iowa.
We eollclt your business nnd collections. YV
pay 5 per cent on time deposit * . We will bt
pleased to see and serve you.
_ O lice n I Jin tute nnrt
fixlmtl ciiiirn. Hfiotns UOO-7-8-0 , Sliujrnrt
blticK * Council Ilium , Ii :
oil 11CNT , LAKQK. PRIVATE I1AIIN , NBArt
rifUi atenue and 1'earl street. Apply at lie *
REMOVED , VAULTS CLEANED.
Kd Uutlce. at W. S. Horm-l'H , & 3S Uroadway ,
ran SAM ; . THE la'itNiTUiiu AND I.EASQ
of a niftt-clncs lintel , 42 moms ; this hotel tins
a nrat-clnss reputation , fcfdlnB from CO to 80 at
a meal ; locate- ! Middle Uroadway at the junction
ot all the eln-et car lines. It la tlio In-kt Bland
In the city of Council III lifts. Address J , lied
otl'icc. Council llluffB. _
WANTED , A I.T8T OE' AM. VACANT LOTH
nnd ucrrnire for E&IO In Council HlvilTB.No
fancy prices considered. P. J. Umlc. I ! 1'earl
i" "FEW CHOICE mail I.AN'D IX > TS ON
paved htrteln , ne.ir motor line ; line vletvn ,
\vnter , KOH nnd m-wor connectlonn ; CO to ZOO
fetl front by 100 to ZOO fret deep. For prices
end locations cnll m write ear on & Hulrd ,
twin 'J , Hvert'tt block , Council Itlurfa , la ,
nIt COUNCIL BLUFF
g STEAK JH
ie All klnihot Dyoluj
it mlGlomln ; ( lunoln
0 the hUlioU style ot
ir the iirt t'alul i nj
stulnocl fubrluj miida
to lotil : in gael ivi
.0K no * . Worn promptly
K ilonu aiU dollreral
it In nil inrU uf t&ci
ll country , donl fur
1 , I > rl0d lilt.
: n A. MACK AN ,
Jr Ilruadwfiy , near Njrti
Tut lioiio 22.
111 10 'DIRT DEFIES THE KING. " THEN
8. IS GREATER THAN ROYALTY ITSELF *
nt in MANHOOD RESTORED ! TK ftVS ;
ed neu.ull drain * and lo or po rInUeneriliTOtriaii ) ( i-IUn-r K Ktmmd
edni lire jruiortlon , youth fill rrroit , oiceulTou nalii > t > ncn.G | > luc > ornlta
ulanm , which li-na to liiHrinllr. r n i uHlonor | liiuiiiU * Can Im cnrrlcj In
lie ten pocket. Kl porbox.O/urHA , lif aiall prcuuiil V/llliaK.1 orour wu
Is rive \vrltlen ffiiiiriintro la ciirr nr refuntl tlie inoiit- , HuM by u J
ilru rl l . Ask fur It. laka in ; oilu-r . _ Whin . . lor lre Mcillruillonh _ u > tii mulij
* J " ' " - - - - *
lie Sold la Omaha , by Bhctman & UcConnell , Kuan & Co , and Vlckeri & Merchant , clrutelito.
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