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1MIE' ( ftlAHA DAILY BJ2E : , OCTOBER 2 , 18f)4.
Tim OMAHA DAILY BEE.
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ty rartlor to Jinr part tl itir city.
H W. TILTON. Lesice.
ofTo * , Ho. 4J ; nlrhl
tilt A OK ,11
Hral Estate Agency. 639 llroadw.iy
Mr Snrah E. FrnrVHn % va granted r
divorce ycrtcnlny frm JBIIIBS Frankl n.
The Sandwich Manufacturing company ha1
lectntlv filled tip some very line offices It
tlielr building on Lower Mnln strict .
The funeral of Mrs , Susie 8 , llouck xvll
take place tlili afternoon nt 2 o'clcck from thi
Tslidenco of her Ulster , at 128 Graham nvc
11110W J Dryan has Iwcn engaged by the loca
democrats and popullMs to give a speech li
this city The meeting will be held out o
doorx , If possible.
The mnrrlcRe of John W. Mnrsc am
Cnrrle M Clark Is nnnounced to tak > plac
tomorrow. They will bo at home at 71
Fifth avenue after October 12.
Squire Whitlaltcr of Pottaxxattanile count ;
and IMlth O.sborneof Norwalk totuishli
were given n license to vvcd yesterday. Thel
agei WCTO 27 aiiltce. Justice Fox tied th
At the Inst regular meeting encamt
mtnt No. S. I'nlon Veteran lesion , ati
Ladles' niixlllary No. 17. Invitations to nl
UTil the reception of General 0 M. Hods
tom&rr 'W weri accepted.
The we of the ttatc against WhclBton
\ aid Kirk en Jail , charRwl with cutting tro
, on cnMlicr man's laud , was completed an
f iiilit.nued tu Ju tice Fox yeiterday. A At
cfolon vx 111 be rendered Si-turday.
II. 0. Hartxxfcll'a ' divorce * ult agalns
l.urlrdn f. Kartwcll vvja ilrcMed by Judo
_ .lnrj yesterday. The dcftidant put In
or jj petition allying Inhuman twaitneni
nnd not only KOI the divorce which her hus
band ashed for , but alimony In the Finn i
$500 In uddlt en.
The traveling men of this city , accnn
pauled by their wives , vxill , at llio SUERC'
tlon of Mr. Kd Hc'.xe , traveler for Carsai
Plrle , Scott & Co. , Chicago , meet at tli
OlMiul hotel Sunday evening next , Oetcb <
7. at 6 p. m. , to attend d nner , the Idea i
the Joint attendance betny to show the goo
1\lll of the traveling motv toward the hotel.
Charles Robinson , who VMS arrested bo' '
eral days ugu for vagrancy , and give
thirty minutes In which to leave the clt ;
tyis found yesterday morning not
"have taken advantage of the Kind offer <
the county , and brought In lo enjoy thin
days' protection from the w'.ncl and we
IA > ur more vagswere given the alternate
of thirty mlnules or thirty d.iya.
Selly Hough blew Into toxxn with his a
ruttcmrd regularity yesterliy afternoon at
Immediately capturetl It. He was vrliooplr
nnd yelling like a Comanche Indian vvhi
Officer Covalt gently gathered him In. I
was slated with drunkenness and dlsturbli
the peace , It has been about three da ;
El n co he finished n jail sentence fi
cHsaiilt and battery upon a man at a. Cresce :
A rusllp.de of Bluits that sounded as thoui
a couple of regiments might be engaged
bullct-to-bullet conflict aroused the Inhat
tants of the northxxcstern part of the cl
Sunday morning about 7 o'clock. It p ov
to l.o the vx-urk of about 300 duck huntc
at Dig lake. About the time the shcotli
nni at Its height a. Northwestern train ha
jicned along , and the passengers proceed
to lie down In their seats , thinking that
gang of train robbars wore trying to b
a few victimsor so. The.y al ! escap
with uholoskins , which was considers !
more than fceveral of them expected to do.
It U a bad business policy not to keep yo'
lione ; Innured In a thoroughly reliable fl
iiiKurunce company such as the Palatine
ilanchcster. England. This company la repr
* euted by Kougeo & Toxvle. 2J5 I'earl etrei
-llo t i > toro. .
\ \ ti offer for a starler for o\r great t
days' sale the fallowing barealri. '
5c Kngtlsh cashmeres , 3 ( ! Indies wide , 1
Yard-wide all wool ladles' cloth , worth 3 !
All wool novelty dress goods , worth 0
for S9c a yard.
f > 0c all uool cashmeres , 39c a > nrd.
P'lfty-lnch gloria silks , COc n yard.
7Gc gray blankets , &So a pair.
ft brown blankets , CTc a pair.
$1.7C gray mixed blankets , full 11-4 , I
| 1 19.
Our | 5 bliinkrts , In gray and white , | 3
IHue and ted prints , 3c a yard.
liest light prints , 4c a yard.
American blueprints , Gc a yard.
Klne Saxony yarn , EC a. skein.
Yard-wide muslin , 3 > , &e a yard.
Ladles' vests and pants , 25c each , vxoi
Ladles' wool underxxsar , worth 11 , for
each.UnlDn suits , from SSc to $ S.
Watch the papers for a more complete I
of bargains. BOSTON STOIU5.
Fowler , Dck ! & Walker
Selected hard wood for heating stoves.
II. A. COX. 3T Main street. Tel. 4S
Havana Freckles clgar.Uavls , wholesale a
Washerwomen use Domestic acap.
II. A. Keys has returned from a visit
S. J , Cook will officiate as night clerk
the Grand hotel.
Sir. nnd Mrs. Charles C. Lincoln ot Pci
are visiting friends In the city for a f
1) , L. Itoss left last evening for Tetc
burp , III. , whore he Is to be married torn
row to Miss nela "Miller.
Major George H. Richmond of Wlscon
Is In the city , lo attend the meeting of
Society of the Army of the Tennessee.
Colonel Cornelius Cadlo of Cincinnati ,
tccretary of the Society of the Army of
Tennessee , Is a guest of the Grand hotel.
Mr , and Mrs. Gcorgo H. Jackson nnd M
Emma Potter have gone to Keokuk , to
tend the meeting of the grand chapter of
Order ot the Eastern Star.
Mr. Matt Mergen of the firm of John M
gen & Co. . the South Main street grocer ,
depart Wednesday morning for Farley , &
en a hunting expedition , and will bo abs
Colonel \V , S. Moore of Den Molnes , rep
Renting the Midland Monthly magazine ,
rived in the city yesterday to attend
rueetlnor of the Army of Tennessee. Cole
Jilooro is a veteran newspaper man , and
of tlio objects of hla presence hero la
write an Illustrated magazine article with
'Army of Tennessee for the subject. Cole
Moore was only a high private In the an
but he folio-wed it through oil of Its vlcl
tudea and has found n large fund of mate
to draw upon. The Midland Is unique
original In character and Is one of the r
( lomenat magazine successes of the day ,
product of western people and western gen
blove * . 8to o . Stnvt" .
Huy your stoves of C , 0. D. Drown
eave 25 per cent.
Wo are sola agents for the celebrated
llngton Steele ranges , royal and Imperial J
man base burners. Victor favorite , VI
prlte and Homo Rule cook stoves.
Aetna and Golden Rule Round Oak ;
the Majestic , Splendid and Novelty oil sto
The celebrated airtight stoves only $ C.O
Remember , we will save you money
well as fuel If you buy your steve of us-
8tove pipe , only So joint : stove plpo
bows. Be each ; 3 tin cups for 5c ; jelly glas
_ JCc per dor. ; wooden palls , lOc each ; ll-n. '
t In pall , only ICc.
* ' GROCERY DCPAUTMBNT.
19 llu. granulated sugar for Jl-CO , 100
granulated sugar for $5.25. 3 cans toma
tor 2Jc. 3 cans corn for 25c , Ginger sn
to per pound. Fresh oysters , 12 > , &c can.
liavo a full linn ot Qoxver pots at about i
lialf regular prices. BROWN'S C. O. 3
Hourlclus' music house has few expert
high grade planes are sold reasonably ,
gtutsman street ,
nuncan'i hoe are aUays the best
cheapen t. _ _ _
1 CZO Peart itreet. Telephone 29U
t EoaatiUo loip bnika hard water.
SEWS FROM COUNCIL BLUFFS
Twenty-Uin h AnnnalBonnljnnf te Arm
of Ibc Tennwscu Kcoti
SHORT SKETCH OF THE OHGAN'Z ' VTICN
I'urnicil In the I'lolilVhiii Ilio \\t\r Win
Just Kudliig. II lln * K l > t Allio
Tim rortiiLMl In I'IICD
Council tlltiffa will receive quite an
( Ion tu Its temporary population today In
the visitor * who flte to attend the annual
meeting of the Rcclety of the Army of llu
Tennessee. The first meeting of the session
proper will be li'.ltl tomorrow , nnd lor a ft\\
ilaH the city will have the privilege of en.
IcrtalnliiK the most distinguished array o
gui-nts probably In Its entire pmlous hl '
tory. There Is hardly a man In the DiR.inU.i
lion but whuss name Is knowr. nil over tin
country , and many ot the names are house
hold words * all over the land , made so b ]
their brilliant exploits and deeds of dnrlm
In the late war.
Ever since April 1 * . 1SC3hen the or
Kanlzatlon uns effected , the society has bos :
a fnmlllar tiling to nil v\ho have lie en ut a !
hitt-rested In war matt"- ! . I'alclgli , N. C.
lias the honor of being Its birthplace , am
Ihp meetings hnvc been held each ycur at tin
leading cities nil over the country. In th. .
senate chamber of the Haielgh capltol th
crK3n'7iilIcn had Us birth , and Ha fathe
was General Frunl ; P. Blair , rommander o
Iho Seventeenth r.imy corps , who has sine
gone to the bjyoiul
At this Hirt uncling thirty-three oliirer
vierc present , less than half of whom an
htlll livlnrr. The committee to v.hlchu
Intrusted the crk of drawIiiR up a pla ;
of organization ns composed uf Ueneral
John A. Logan. Prank H. IMalr , fillcs A
Smith. W H. Woods and A. J. S'nlth , o
w'so'n tl.e MPI mentioned Is tl.e only * ur
vlvor At the vecond mrotltijc , held nln
diys lalcr OereralVool : presided , and th
plan ttliiCli the committee jire'otitcdva
adopted , nnd the toclcty brought Into actlv
operation alons the lines It proposed.
Evcrv officer ho eer\Eil with honor I
the union nrmy v as eligible to membcrshli
and the object , us stated In the report of th
commute * , was "to keep alive the cordlu
feeling vvhlch tins aVvxays bc n u > leadln
chaiacterlstlc ot this army during Us cacc
In the service , and glvon that harmony t
action which ha ? contributed In no small d (
Step to Its Klorlcius uchlevcments. " Lee wn
on the point ot surrendering , and the me
Mho had so enthusiastically supported th
union during UK darkest days were at tli
point \\hero they could see the flrM tali :
gl.mmcrlrgs of the coming day. Meeting
xvere to he hold each year , nnd this pi a
has I .ten etrndlly adhered to.
fJencra ! John A. RawIns ! was the fin
president and held the ohlce until the da
of his death. lie had but tuo successor
General William Tecumseh Sherman. wi
also held ( ha position throughout life an
thtn laid down the gavel , to be taken up 1 :
General G. .M Dodge. Colonel L , M. D.ij
ton , the first , recording secretaiy , held U
cPico until three > cars ago , hen his cleat
made a vacancy , which vias filled by tl
election of Colonel Cornelius Cadle. Ocner ;
Andrew IllcXenlooper and General M. 1
1'orce still hold the offlces of corre-'pnndlii
srcrctar * and treasurer , to which they ttei
elected twenty-nine years ago.
Tlie twenty-four meetings of the soclci
which have been held since the nnellng ,
Cincinnati wertj pt St. bouls , Chlcag
Loulsllle , Cincinnati , Matllson , Toled
SprlngHcld , Ues Molnes , Washington. E
I'aul , Indianapolis , Chicago , Cincinnati , S
l.siils , Cleveland , Lake Minnetonka , Chlcag
Hoc ! : Island , Detroit , ToleOo. Clnclnnal
St. Louis and Chicago. A flney : prlnti
and bound volume of the reports of ea <
inectlng IB prepared , and the vtiole set co
tains an exceedingly Interesting nnd.alu
ble collection of war reminiscences ,
At the first meeting , held In Clnclnnai
225 officers were present. The number hi
varied each year , the largest nttondan <
being 350. Tor the past few years tl
attendance has been constantly growli
les ? , as death goes on gathering his harve :
and last year there were 175 on hand
exchange recollections of the past. Durli
the last year there were eight losses 1
death , but the army roll stilt contains abe
& 00 names As the years go by and t ;
scenes which called the- army Into be.i
grow a little more dim to the sight t :
members take a frefch hold on their meme
les and a fresh Interest In the meeting
Hach year brings them so much nearer t
end , and they propose to enjoy thcmselv
to the full limit while there la a chanc
The doors of the liomts of Council Dlu :
will ba thrown open to the visitors wli
they are here , and The I3ce bespeaks f
them a hearty welcome.
The scientists who have withdrawn tht
cndcisemont of the powder branded "abs
hit Ely pine" because Its formula Is chang
unite In commending Dr. Price's Dakli
Powder ab the most wholesome and cfflcle
leavening agent now before the public.
TWIN CITV WANTS A CIIAHTKIt.
lour-Yrar-Ohl linllronl Schema Co men I
In til * l nmicll Mi'ciin ; ; .
Sis people besides the councllmen we
present at the regular monthly meeting
the city council last evening. In the a
sence of the mayor Councilman Keller pi
sided. The regular monthly bills were ,
lowed and reports or heads of departmei
received and referred. The amended or
nance of I lie Council Bluffs and Lake Me
awn electric ralluoy , giving the right
way on South Sixth street' to Twenty-fi ;
avenue , waa passed. The city clerk was
Etructcd to advertise for bids lot eewer cc
Btructlon on avenue K lo Oakland avenue ,
resolution ordering new curbing on Droadwt
Main and I'earl streets was laid over ur
The clerk was ordered to advertise i
sidewalk bids for stonr , brick and plank
all places where wnlks had been ordered.
A remonstrance from Leonard Everett a
others against paving Second avenue was :
celvcd and placed on file , the ordinance hi
ing bccii patsed ,
A pitltlon from property owners on Aver
P , Biking tor pavlrg and curbing , was re
uiKl pl.iced on file.
The folloulng registrars of election wi
chosrn , the first name' given being the
First Wunl-1'lvst precinct , AV. C. lit
drlrks , CSeorgo Oliver ; Second precinct ,
C. UnUIy , Tred Hontn.
Second \Vanl-h\ist precinct , R. II. rink
Third Ward First precinct , O. B. Treyn
A. S. IJIack ; Second iireclnct , J. It. Ar
strong. Forrest Klnnoy.
FoutlhVardK1rat precinct , A. J. IJrov
F. W. NeaM Second precinct , P. C. Jai
son , C. II. Mitchell ,
Fifth Ward-First precinct , John SklnV
W , W. Cones ; Second precinct , liana Sai
wick. G. O'Neill.
Sixth Ward-First precinct. O. W. Turn
J. P. Andeisou ; Second precinct , J. T. Bi
ner , 11. TIcrnpy.
id thirty-five out of forty-one owners of bar
shops asked the council to enforce the 1
requiring the closing of barber shops on S
rr - day. Petition was received and a spci
r- ordinance prepared by the barbers was r
sented , It went through to Us second re
Ing and was laid over until the next meetl
The ordinance fixes a fine ot $25 for Its vie
The question ot purchasing ot the del
as nozzles lately tested , was referred to the cc
mlttce ot th whole.
The old Twin City Street Hallway compa
originally Introduced In 1S90 and rejected
rt again presented i
no apparent reason , was
read. This Ib the John W Paul ordinal
Its reading "ftan listener to with a good <
is , of Interest , for It was new to many of
es aldermen. After the ordinance had been
13 , celved a communication from the Union L
'o ami Improvement company \\ns read , atk
e- for tlio vacation of Twenty-fourth sti
north ot the lev i < , and offering In lieu ,
extend Twentieth street to Dig Lake. II
thn communication and the ordinance w
1C referred to the committee of the whole.
The committee reported favorably upon
request for an arc light In front of the F
Council adjourned until October 11.
iliiror * > Ui t Tote l'n I r.
The petit Jury In the district court
brought la tot active operation ! yesteri
but ro rmtluera tins on hand for them.
JuJjo Mary put in a. MUlr time glMng thoirt
vine Inductions nn to what their dutlei
wcrr , and .11 the courre nf his remark * man
aged to five thfin nonio xery useful advice
on the subject of earning their lees. l-'or
Home time past It hns Ixrn customary for
certain juror * , wtio border % 6y closely on
His profession , to hang out until after 9
u'cltck when tliey ftrc dcllberntlng oti n
verdict , bccauro that filvci them two days
fe s for one day' * work. Hpcrntly thtre
h H been ro much of thU ecrt cf work done
that i.o one cvtr expocls n Jury In until
0:0.-i : p , Hi , , but very shortly after that time.
The atlenUun of ( he roi'rt wai nttrnctfil by
ill's atrango uniformity of ac Inn , and yester
day ho gave- utterance ? Ic some vary dccldul
langnnge on the subject. It romalni to be
eeen how much cttciitlcn the gentlemcri ol
( he r'rot % lon. If there are any fuch on tlu
liaiiel for lliU ttrm , will give his adv ce.
Perfect purity nnd mifqualleil strength an
illMlnctlvo iiualltles of Dr. Price's
WAV UP IN TIII5 MIM.tO.SS.
Vli T.'nc 1'rojort vpriins Upon ilio IVnpV o
< nnnrlt ' hitT lij i ' lnc.iuoin
About twenty-five prominent citizens o
Council muffs were Invited to meet Wlllian
Uallln of Chicago last evening at the office o
AV. J. Jamison , In the Masonic temple. Mr
Dallln represents the Atlantic & Pacific rail
xviiy Construction company , and the schem
ho had to lay belorp the people of this clt ;
was In connection with the plan the compan ;
has had under way for Ihp past four years
ol constructing rm air line from New Yorl
to San I'rancltco. He Is mal.lng gti effort t
pnl'st ' the Eympnthlcs rf the people of th
towns nnd cities near which the propose ,
line IK to pnss , and claims to li \c siiccecdc. .
w < ll thus fur The line of thp road run
within a quarter of n mile of ( he norther :
boundary of Council Bluffs , according to th
survoxs which Imvo ilrcady been made.
The read , co Air. Uillln says swerve
neither to thp right nor to the left. It p.is a
thiough the city ot Chicago , but If any othc
cities want to lm\e It mil through ther
ihry mupt move. The work of coustructlo
on the part from New Vorl < to Chicago I
10 bo commenced In 1SII3 , and to ba ftnl'hc
In 1SUS. The estlmiited cost of this portlo
Is f 12.1.000,000. Worn Chicago to San Krar
clvcii the cost \\lll be SinO.nao.OflO. A ] .at
ot his tclieme Is to ghe the United St.itr .
EiAnrnmont. If it proves agreeable. Cl | i
the Rovernment agrcelrg to ciidoiae ti !
cuit nf the entire Monk , In consideration c
bonds of the rouil. Me wrote Senator Cu
loin of Illinois rociucBtlng his assistance , nil
rf-c'ved in return a letter In which 1 ;
t'loiieht ho could read between the line
fie scnrtor's wIllliiBress to do all ho couli
Either rteam or electricity vxlll be ued t
.1 motive- power , as may be deemed advlsabl
Aftrr rcad'ng ' tlie prospectus of the con
pany , In which hundreds of millions of do
hrs were dashed off with the same gllbncs
Hut most men use In speaking of 5-cei
rlg-irs , Mr Dallln p-e'ented hla proposltlc
to the people of Council Bluffs , lt was , th ;
$20,000 bs pledged in cash , to be paid whe
the line Is completed from New York to tl
Missouri river. In car-c U passes vUthln
quarter of a mile of the northern bsmidai
of C"unc'l Dlnffs. In .illltlon to this he wan
$300 worth cf stock subscrlbsd for. to be pa
within thirty days , to bo used In carrying c
the preliminary work , xshlch Is to be con
pleted by December 20 , ISI. ! ) Ho is now i
his way to San Francisco , and will presei
similar propositions to the people of the vat
ous places nloni ; the proposed route.
It was decided that the best xtty out
the illlllciilty , or Into It. as the case may I
was to appoint a committee of seven , who
duty It should be to Investigate the ma
ler The committee consists of Frank Trlr
ble. Dr. J H Cleaver. William Moore , W.
Jamison , W. II. Thomas and M , F , holirs
It will meet this IIODII In the parlors of t
LOPI'S lUKi : .
Th < f King of All
I'crCvCt vulj lltut < ! for l.agrr Krer.
Can be sold \\lthout license , either gover
incut or slate ; dealers guaranteed by I
dennlfylng bond , Endorsed by leading ph
Klclans , judges and ministers. Wheeler
Ifcrcld , Council Bluffs , la.j-nre ( he sole ma
ufacturers in the United States. Thousan
of testimonials. Write for prices and I
On the back of an order for n fresh co
slgnment of Copps Cheer , LeRoy Woe
Coin , la. , writes under date September ;
"Had a republican rally here Ian night ,
would have astonished the gods to see I
way they came after Copps Cheer. "
HAMBURG , la. . Sept 21. Wheeler & 1I <
eld : The Copps Cheer and Herb tonic
hand , and we are pleased to stale that >
lire starting out ullh a very good sale for
lipglnner. C. U. Phlllpps. Cafe D Main ,
The cause ot the present boom In n
estate Is due somewhat to ( he success !
sale of fiult and garden lands by Mcas
Day & Hess In the Klein tract 'they htt
200 acres In amounts to suit , huPahle I
fruit and gardens. Also bearing fruit fan
MoXInlrr Will Talk.
Governor McKlnley will arrive In the c
next Friday morning1 at 9 10 o'clock a
make a speech to the people of Coun
Bluffs , During the last tew days he li
been making a tour of the central stat
delivering from two to eight speeches a da ;
usually two full speeches and half a do *
or so five or ten-minute talks to the peoj
of the towns through which he passes , fr <
the rear platform o ( the train. On t
! imrnlng following the- day he appears
f Omaha he will deliver a full speech to t
people ot this city He will bo brought
a special motor train to the scene of t
meeting , which will be held out of doors
the weather be favorable , and if not. In 1
largest building that can be obtained. Fi
ther details will be announced later.
.7. O. Iloftiimyr'H l-unry Patent ,
t Hungarian Process Flour.
Made by the oldest milling ilrm In the we
makes lightest , whitest , sweetest bread. A
your grocer for It. Trade mark : "Ul
Eagle l&undry , 724 Broadway , l ,7 <
HI ark. T l. 157 ,
[ Premier egg cups at Lund Bros. *
Dimestlc soap outlasts cheap soap.
the Wonpar U f ue.
After several postponements , the petit
of Receiver William Arnd for permission
j sell the Nonpareil as soon as he could ftnt
buyer vxas brought up In the district co
yesterday. Slnre Mr. Arnd took charge
has enlarged the subscription list by soi
thing more than a hundred , but he sta
that the Institution Is stilt losing money
the rate of $250 a week , from the fact t
old accounts that vxere not found on
books , accrued under the former mana
ment , keep bobbing up serenely at all tin
The matter will be taken up again thU mo
Ing at 9 o'clock , and It Is expected t
during the day General E. F. Test of
old management will be put upon the sti
to tell what he knows about the way
paper vxas run.
Mr. J. Perry's old friends and custom
will now find him at Norrla Bros. ' shoeiU
COO Broadxvay. Boots J-.r.d shoes made-
order ; perfect fit guaranteed ; reralr w
of all kinds neatly done ,
( rand MHImrrjr ( Ipeninc ; .
Ladles , you are Invited to attend the fin
millinery display ot the season at' \
Sprlnk's , 19 Main street , Tuesday i
Wednesday. October 2 and 3.
Gas cooking itovei for rent and for lain
Gas Co.'s office ,
f. The MivcriiherH
> r The Knights of Ihp Maccabees Invite
p. public to a entertainment at th : or.
'house this tvenlng. A rich literary
musical prcgrum Is provided for. T )
who de < lro to reserve teals can do E
calling at Evans * laundry. Children
not be ii 1m ttul unless accompanied
No , dear reader , B ( iarland etove will
pay off a ftioo mortgage every year , ana
the door bell nor carry In Us own coal ,
It will eave you from a quarter to a hall
your fuel and add to the beauty and com
of your home. P. C. Pevol tells them.
V. .11. < . . .i. ttHlljr Dity.
All the churches will unite In a ir
meeting under the auspices ol the Yo
Men's Christian association next Suu
evening at the Fln Presbyterian church.
Special program and an addr AU ) > y n man ot
national riputaton. iv rytitAly will bo wel
Unit * unnts
Mr. 11. A. Dolt and Miss llmh C. Dunne
were married Augutu 4. bulHiuspite ot ad-
\ers circumstance ! ) Imvc tucccriltJ In keeping
the matter n profound secret mini now. Mr.
Bolt , who is In the drug business on Lower
Mnln street , lm bc n rooming at the resl-
dtncs of M'ei Dunn's mnther.nl 806 South
Sixth strnet for a long tlnlJ nnst , and the
fact that an nttnchmerit existed between
them was an open secret , sd-'fur'as the mem
bers of the family were rcnoernod. although
lust how cctluos u one was x > My a matter
of Efcculatlon , On the 4th , oT August Mr.
Bolt decided la take a llttlo fishing
trip lo llorey Creek lake , anil
on the samn day Miss Dunne
was supposed to be visiting at the home ot n
Mcml of net'sIn the eastern part of the
cly. But Instead the two boarded the same
train , bound for Ttliamah , xvherc Rev , A. G.
Wilson pronounced the words that made ( hem
husband and wife. They relume J home UK
RIme : evening and U was not until last Wed
nesday that ivcn the jounij ladj's mothei
Ircnmo award of th ? f. < et that another fnm-
lly had sprouted In her home , The an
nouncement was formally made last i-venlng
and , although It will le a Kilnful surprise
to the mnnv friends of the young couple
hearty congratulations will ncxcrthelc.s bi
Beyond comparison Dr. Price's llaklnt
Powder Is the fax-orlle.
KnriHiMl tlin Dlvorrn.
Judge acy announced his decision yestcr
day In the divorce- suit of ilclcn M. Altchl
son against William G AltchiEon. He hcli
that th& plaintiff hud not proved sufilclen
ot her allegations to furnish ground for .
dlxorce. He delivered , in connection will
his decree , one of the most beautiful homllle
on the subject of domestic duty nnd affectlo :
that hai ever ben heaul from the bjnch c
A full line of the latist nnd haiuls mes
designs in carpets , linoleum , oilcloth , etc.
Just rpcclvo'l. Prices always the lowest a
C. B. Carpet Co. . 107 Broadway.
Colo's airtight heater sells from $0 $ 00 t
Jll.dO. None genuine without our name o
the lid , Fold only at our store. II Main sti eel
Beware of Infeilor Imitations. C'olo & Colt
Lotl Pointer pup , 2 months old ; liver
colored ; double nose. Return lo C. H. liar
nan , corner Second avenue and Eighth strosl
Instruction en the phno will hi > given In
llulteil number of pupils by Mrs. J. A. RoC
1022 rif.i avenue. . _
Dry pine Kit tiling fcr sate. Cl-eaptr thu
coba. H. A. Cox , 37 Main street. Tclcphon
Pictures and ( lags Jar decorations at Busi
rtio laundries no Domestic soap
. , H.1.V7 TJll-.tlt
Inlcroalliii ; CiimpUc.itloiix ( itoU'lni ; Out n
Imv.'a liilrt Lnir.
Dns M01XES , Oct. 1. ( Special Tel
giam. ) The aiiessors arid the Board i
Supervisors have made up an agreed ca ;
tor EiibmlsH on to the district rouit lo hai
Judicially determined the'quc'stion whethi
or no the assestors are legally entitled
compensation for work 'nerfpimcd In Ii
vcstlgatlng plajes to dejefmlne if whlsl
and other liquors were sdid. . The assesso
bold that they are entitled tb compensate
In any event , as they vxeres compelled to pi
In time to inform ticm ! ovca : upon tl
question biimclenily toarrnnt or declli
lo levy the mulct lax agalnat Ihe places 1
vcstlgated. The cuse vsill como up for hea
Ing before Judge Conrai } s scon as tl
Issues can bo made out and presented ,
this and other counties ( he assessors ha' '
heretofore- been lefu'ed'Ule ' compensate
claimed where no violation Was found ,
l.llidlt AI lnctl < Hi.is , .
MARHNQO , la. . OctraSpcclal ( Tel
gram ) The Ulllotl abilutllon case , vvlil
has been on ti lal here for the pant sev
weeks , has resulted In a victory for I
state. T II. Burke has been bound over
the grand juiy under bonds of $1,000 ,
default of which lie remains at Ihc couti
jail. This decision was generally expecte
as the testimony for the state YIP.S eve
IOWA CITV , la. , Oct. ] . ( Special Tel
gram. ) C. S. Lake , attoiney tor the d
fcnse In the case of the state against Burli
the alleged kidnapper , has arrived here , ai
brought a habeas corpus case In the dlstrl
court. Burke was. sent to jail by orJ
of the lower court In Marengo , ami Attorn
Lake seeks to have him releaeel , clalmli
unjust imprisonment , alleging that his clle
Is guiltless of abduction.
J'.lllll-P lit ( ilCIUVIIOll.
GLENWOOD , la. , Oct. 1. ( Special. )
Hartman & Son , the North Side Hardwa
company , failed to open their doors 11
morning. They propose to turn their * > to
over to their creditors , Shoit sales a
slow collections U given as the cause. Tl
wa's the most complete hardware stock
READY FOR M'KINLEY.
for Ills Kecppllim Arc Abe
The arrangements for the McKlnley mc <
Ing In thli city next Thursday evening a
practically completed , a few details yet i
malnliiE to be cared for. Governor M
Kinley speaks at Lincoln Thursday afterno
and vxill start for Omaha on the regul
B. & M. train which leaves that city
4:55 o'clock. The Omaha reception commit !
xvlll go to Lincoln for the purpose of t
companylng the Ohio governor to this ell
The train will arrive at 0:50 : o'clock und xx
be met by President U. II , Roblson of t
< Union league- , and a staff composed of t
e presidents , vice presidents and secretaries
the various ward tepubllcan clubs , and t
entire party xvlll proceed to the Mlllai
where Governor McKlnley xxlll be given
opportunity to obtain i few moments rest
The speaking will take place at tlio Cc
Eeum at B o'clock. It has been decided tl
n parade will be Impracticable nt this tin
although It Is the purpose of the local co
mlttpcs to have a monster demonatratl
n later In the campaign. Scats have been p ;
0 vlded for 10,000 people and 500 extra cha
have been placed around the platform for I
. . ladles. Three ushers have been appolnl
1 from each republican club , making' llfty
all.The railroads have mad * , rate ot one fi
for the round trip lo all , wl > 67 desire to cote
to Omaha from points within 150 miles ,
special rate of II for tlitfcTound trip 1
also been made from Lincoln and It Is <
pected that hundreds will lig.presenl from i
Capitol City. James K oivthln , chahn :
of the Iowa state central -committee , xv
ten members of that organization , will
Mrs. Ellen. Mnlson , wlfe > of Elder Mais
pastor of the U , B , church 'a I Gallon , III. ,
speaking of Chamberlain ,1'iUn Balm , sa
"I can cheerfully recomiiifu'd ' It. " Appl
to a cut , bruise or burn , It produces n soc
Iru , pleasant effect , relieving the pain
moEt Instantly and liEullug'thc parts qulc
and without leaving a scarfA flannel cl
dampened with this I nip/en ! and bound
over the affected part v > Jlj , < jire | a sprain
less time than any other treatment. Sold
druggists. , f
A New Train to , Clilc-.iK" .
Commencing August 12i ( he "Omaha :
Chtuigo special , " via ( Be Chicago d Noi
western railway , leaves Omaha dal'y at I
p. m. , und arrixes at Chicago 8:45 : n
morning. Vestlbuled dining car ,
( sleepers and chair vaia form the equlpm
of this 'train , and all are up la "Noi
western" st vTd rd.
U01 Fanum street , city ticket office.
Hotel at Or.rltei Iturm-d
GIIDELKV CBNTEIt. Neb. . Oct. 1. ( S
clal Telegram , ! The Corey hotel uf thf * pi
xvis destr y d by tire ut 2 o'c ok jester
inoui.ns. Tne tire orlg.nated In the k tcl :
Scarcely anythliiK xvas saved , as Ihe fire '
under good headway when dlncavered ,
surancc , J2.500. _
I'Jrn I IP Icritvrr il.
MAN1STEE , Mich. , Oct , 1. The bodl
the live members of the crew of the wrec
schooner Home were found yesterday afi
noon near Scul Ccolx point.
WAS BILLED FOR HIS MONEY
Kot7e for tlio Kurd r of Connelly Near.
DAViDSON HAD NO MEANS OF HIS OWN
llu Win CniitttuiUjr linpiidtiiii-d lor Aflvht *
mirn tiy Ilia Father , M lie l.lxvd tu
tlietHM ! Iliilmpnrlntit.
1 -\MBURG , la. , Oct. 1. ( Special. ) Then
are no further developments In the murdc :
case. Word has bjcn received from a brolhe
from Macedonia , la. , that he will be hen
tonight and take charge of the corpae , v , Mil
lies at Mcdtod's undertnUlut ; loam : , Th
: oroner's Jury has adjourned imlll Tuefilay
iherlft Stiles Is out hunting ( he murderer
The murderer xxas In the employ of Don
elly at $ G a month , according to a not
ound In a memorandum book , nnd had bee
ivllh him since September 0. It has sine
ieen found that the murdered man xvas hid
len under * omo fodder near the vxagon xxhe
be party went down to Investigate. Th
murderer was standing there as uuconccrnc
s If nothing hid happened. After th
icarchers left ho evidently carried the boil
ver Into the willows and burled It and drov
way xxlth all of the horses
From all that can be gathered , coiislilerln
.he amount of jewelry , good clothes , an
money Donnelly possessed , It la fair to stir
> ase that he vxna murdered for his valuable
and horses , All property which Fccmed t
> clonc to Davidson xxas n cheap little satche
The contents consisted of tx\o rather dllapi
dated undershirts and quite n number of let
era from girl friends , and several whlc
were from his father. The first ot Ihcse xva
no written from Lascllo , Colo. , nn
is a pathetic appeal for assistance 1
ho xvny of money. Thij father call
m Burl to "for God's sake , and tli
sake of your little brothers , raid mo a. II' tl
money. " The father seems to have been
blacksmith , and hard times hud uompelle
him to mortgage h s tools , Ifatn , etc. , an
ho mortgage was teen to be foricloe ! 1 ami I
would bo left with nothing. The night In
fora the letter vxas written , \\Mch wns I
April , It had snowed und they had no fin
nor any inonty with vvhlch tu buy It. 11
told hoxv the children had been llxlng c
potatoes and salt , and were crjlng for fee
It closed xvlth n strong appeal for aid. I
another , xvrlttcn after he had got axxay froi
atellj , ho saja :
I'AXTON , Neb. , June II , IS'JI.-Doar Soi
e arc nt I'nxton , und I h.ixv not KI
quite a. dollar nml I have not got giul > d
us nor the team. Jly team got uvvny fin
mo nt ItlgSprlng.s and gut back in tl
sand hills ami It broke mi' to get tliei
Tills caiinly Is burned up. Their * I" iiotlili
no grass1 , only 'long next to tlie live
I hear It Is worse ahead cif me. Noi
Bert , send me pome monry If you can fi
God'B sake , nnd for your iiooi tilt
brothers or I xvlll have to lifg till t can g
some help , anil I am utmost cniyy.
have never seen nn > trouble till noxx ,
wan In the sand hills nlmoHl a tiny , afo
and no water. Noxv , Uert , Hend me HOM
money If It Is not very mticii and It xv
help me to Kel through to Butler count
Send It to Gothenburg I will wall the
till I hear from you. Wall la Imck
Colorado. Navy please help me nut j
ex'cr , your father , M.V. . DAVIUSOX.
Davidson seems , by the letters which 'we
found In hlx grip , to have been continual
Impoi tuned for money from the apppa
ance of hli clothes , the letters he x\rote ai
those ho received , all bore the name cxlilon
of abject poverty The last one he recclv
at Nebraska City would Indicate that he hi
only been the companion of Donnelly a she
time. The fact that the murdered man kc
his bills sexxcd up in his clothes only M-CI
to Indicate that l.c wus suspicious of Davl
son. Ha vxas evidently the benefactor of 1
murderer and hud picked him up , preferrli
almost anyone for a companion to truvcli
alone. Be that as It may , his life paid t
Telegrams were sent In every direction
intercept him , and along1 In the evening a
swers began coming In , the flrnt of nhl
was received from Forest City , Mo , stall
that a man answering Davidson's descrl
lion had been captured. When this was i
ported to Coroner DePreece he adjourn
the Investigation until Tuesday mopili
Sheriff Stiles and Deputy Sheriff Jones , tu
Ing with them vVcrt Reid and one or t'
others to Identify him , xxent down on t
midnight Iraln A telegram was sent
Ihe city marshal of Independence. Kan. , a
the following ansxver was received late In t
INniSPKNOBNCi : , Kan. , Rent SO.K
gene Stiles , Sheriff : Know Mcll Doimell
Hla brother Ilx-ea abcut Hmlli" tic
heie ; will notify him.II.
II. O aiUKI-ITH.
At 5 o'clock this morning Sheriff Stll
and Deputy Sheriff JOIIBJ returned from F (
est City without any prisoner The m
xvho went with them to Identify him said t
moment he aw him that he was not t
man ho had teen with Donnelly. H was
great disappointment , for the descrlptl
given of both he and his horse tallied xvl
that of D.ivldfcn. Mr , Jones , who has been
on the go night mill day since the crime xx
committed , xvas very vxcary this morning , I
said he was ready to start on a fresh tn
Sheriff Stiles feels very sure that Dav
eon cannot get far away.
Itnpport Hun Kcarlieil Denver.
DENVER , Oct. L J. M. Rapport , who
walking from Nexx York to San Prancl :
on a wager , has arrived here Ihree da
ahead of time. Rapport got along vc
nicely until he reached Lexington , Neb. , I
afttir leaving that place he suffered l
want ot food nnd clothing. He will probal
reel a day in Denver and then slait on 1
journey to the coast. Rapport Is duo
San Francisco on December 1 and expects
arrive there on time.
despondent , ner\
ous , "tire
wea riues :
Ory , < \\7.7. \
ness , melat
c li o 1 y a n
ment , Hie n
suit of e :
eases , or drains upon the systen
excesses , or abuses , bad liabits , <
early vices , are treated through co
respondence at their homes , wil
uniform success , by the Spccialis
of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgic
Institute , of Buffalo , N. Y. A boc
of 136 large pages , devoted to tl
consideration of the maladies aboi
hinted at , may be had , mailed s
cicret)1 sealed from obsen < alien , in
plain envelope , by .sending 10 cen
in one-cent stamps ( for postage <
Book ) , to the World's Dispensai
Medical Association , at the abo1
mentioned Hotel. For more tlu
a quarter of a century , physiciai
connected with this widely eel
brated Institution , have made U
treatment of the delicate diseas
above referred to , their sole slut
and practice. Thousands , have co
sultea them. This vast experien
has naturally resulted in ituprov
methods and means of cure.
A RECENT CASE.
Mr. William No P , 3oth street and Avenue
A , Council llruffs , U n eklllo > 1 mcchanlo at
W1LMAM NEii' , SGtli * t. niul Avenue A.
"I had sour stotiiuch , or acid dyspepsia , "
r.'ilcl ho , "cvtr since I UIIB n email bay.
Moiithfuls of BOUT gas and lluld wi > ro con
stantly belching up from my ttoninch. K.inr
or flvo t lints escry month I h.id a bail spoil
of bilious attnck. At these times Intense
headache with vomiting U pt me from vtorK.
liven n drink ot staler would not stay down ,
t took pounds of sott.i uml much other slud ,
but iot no real beneilts , After a uhllo th >
klili.cys and bowels became shiRKlsh , aOdlng
much to my misery. The treatment recently
tlvcn me by lrs. Copcland & Slicpiird has
cur.d mo after years of torment. I don't
want to lire you by lullliiK thu thousand
miseries felt by a dyspeptic , but will Jubt
" < ay that these physicians Ka\e me a % new
Ktomacli so H SOCIIIK nnd cleansed my
whole system. I am entlrrly well now.
ThMr's Is , In my opinion , the best treatment
known for dyj-pepsla und like troubles. "
, , RS , COPhLASD &SIHPARD ,
UOO.MS . " .1 AND 312 NEW YOHK 1.1 Fi :
IiriUDINQ , O.MAHA , N U.
unico Hours-9 to 11 a. m. , 2 to D p. in
IJvenliiRS Weilncsdnvu tint ! P.iluril iys
only , 6CO : to S' 30. Saiidiiy , 10 to 12 m.
Made a well
I B0111CE3 THE ABOVE
lltlftri/IHIuBU DVV8. C i < . nil
NerTous Ulscarcg. lulling Memory ,
l'arc lf.Blcoples > ni > f , Nlantly l.iiif - _
( lonn , otc . taimHl ly | ial t olw p < , ( Tlv CB Tl'/or nnd f tie
to nhrunkcnoipniis end quickly Imt purely icctorci
l.o.tMniiljooJ 1'icilil cr joiini : , Hasllj mnlcclllitctt
pocket. 1'rlioOl.OOB rnctocu. t-lr tor r.cllli ( ) ( a
vrrlllrti c mrnntro lupiircomionrvrolutuU-il. Uon'C
tni\inn fmfliilftn , Imt Insist nn liutlng INKAl'O , 1C
voururucKlit ban nut rot It. we vrlll rrnd It prepaid.
flrlmtnl MedlcalCo. , Frej > i.t CLIciga , ill , , ereur | tii .
SOLD by Kuhn & Co , Coi ijlhctiil Douplas : ' . Sis. ,
and 1. A Fuller Ic Co. , Cor. 14ill nnd Douglass
Sis. , OMAI A , NbU.
l > i. il.lj klL'tt. v ,
Torliulrjr , c.nci ,
Still LXC1X ] HI ( Ul llK , I I. Ill
li t , iuh , nt > id , tn. I
fkmoiil iralii dUfmn , u
thni.ml ! l.il.tt it Ulr , Llli
a ilnylc iippilc.iilcn m < il i
und econoinUnll > cutrd y the
Ci'TKl'ni Ur.xtnits , btn lli.-
bent | iij.lcani ! ) full.
Cuief Ihc effects ot
Bell- ' use , to.tetbcs ,
enif luiio , Impilcncy ,
va'.coccle anil conatl-
p.iilon. One ilollur u
Los , sis for J5. Kor
' . / - sale by TI1K GOO1J-
- MAN DUUU CO. ,
Uiiialm , Neb.
T4 Trill neud TOU tb mnrrrlour
Frencli Trcpitrailcn C ALT HOE-
frc * . and a kcsl KUsrantee thnt
l.'ALTllOil will llMtorc your
Eleultli , itroncili * uu > l or.
t 'if it and fay \atttfitd. .
AddrossVON PT.OHLCO. .
B l. . itou lc > S CadauU , OUo.
Tin : NorniixxubTuu.N UILITAIIY ACAD.
IMY IIIUHLAKU IAKK. ILLINOIS.
The moHl bcuutlful anO hi-altliy UicaLIun n
[ * ake tlclllgan Thorough clUH lial academi
md cninniLic'nl courses , Kveiy instructor i
| ieclill9t : In his branches. I ndon-ed t > the UR | >
utor < > ( llllnulp , and annually Inspeclr-d Lx
omclal rfprrscntatlxea of Iho slate Session
opens September Wlh. Illustrated catalogue ao-i
VEQER Music HallChicago. Anhrat.ru r\'i i
HII I lo tnimeuul Muilc. Ommilk trt. 11' M'Kon ' lhl urh. r
MA ) ( * ( rurtmrlifi * TcnnttiiMlcmTv f Ulrnul > uirin Hrpt
Jtli nvuJfbr IlliiMtrAUOrnrilojiu ' . J. * * f > ltf
Chocolat = .
Ills reasons aitt
Ten and Cofico create nervousnejs with
.1 ivoplc lee mm us ; .l cad ; ;
Ultter Chocolates are not lit to mate a cup
of cltocolitej clieap ( sweet ) cliocobtes atfl
-.nipiirc , hence Injurious t
COCOA is no more like CHOCOLATE
than Sklmrruil Mill : Is lil.a Crcntn.
Cliocobt-Mcnlcr Is an eaqulslle Vanilla
Cliocolate , as nourishing ns mc.it , as low
priced as other bevcrasccj , ami.ir mbtrior ,
tek fcrycllov/ - * r. Yc < ur grocer Jus it
PARIS p $ IE G\3 3 E ? UONDOK
, "iMVnlifh Al. . ( lilt i ii S < l\k. lltiiailnnr. X. f-
. , .uutcli 3I > I.
Alee . J'tnrnia Co t am xiy much -
lo vumiiipiulv | 4. biiii ur > ability in nn uplt-
emu , li.mne been t tntuciuul ) ' nttrd 'wltti Kl" -
es .ur nstlKniatlfm otul deilxnl preot benclH
Ultitriniii m my uioftuluiinl xvuik. \ruuW ice-
cnnimrml nil or liir mtlmio nu > t 8lon to < lo llkt-
wl e. Vciy truly , J. l.AI'ullJ VVALLACB ,
Omahi AcaJcmy o ( PlniAlts. .
IIUAIJ.VCIII : r.vt hi-.t ) nv IVK STUAIN.
no.N'T rr.irj.ivrni youn nvns.
Many iieii > ana xvnoto iuu | j .ue coneiuntly ach-
iiilf Imvc no iil > a iuu i\-f tclcmlflcally mteil
ilas i'3 will Kl\a Hum. Jim UKUI > IB nununt -
\ 01 fully en.ib ! tlic.l , 'liuirun | | lly lilted Klamiei
will Inxari.ilily Inricuna Die tl iublo nnil mar
luul to TOTAL. HI INHN'USS " ) , ir ability la
ndjusl EhiFum rnMy nnil rorrrrily la beyontl
Consult u nyc tcstej free of clmrct.
THE ALOE & PENFOUD CO. ,
Opposite Pn tcn Hotfl.
LOOK 1-Otl THU OOUD L.1OM.
U , ti. nfii l.iim/iu ,
CAPITAL , $400,000
SURPLUS , $55,500
OfTlccrt and Diitctort Henry W. Tntei. prci *
.Jtnt ; Jclm S. Colllni. vl < e-pre > ldcat ; Leu's
S. FlcfJ. Cashier ; William II. S. Uugbti , c. < Sl.
THE IRON BANK
QEO. 1 > . 8ANKOU1) . A.
of COUNS1L UL'JFFJ , lowj
Capital , - - SL00.03D
I'rufits , . . . 12,000
On ? of the eldest lanka In Ihe Hate ot Iowa.
We Kvllclt jour bualnesi and collectlanii.V
liay C iwr cent n lime deposits. Wi will b *
pl-ard to Bte and rervc you.
i-rnxisnco r.ooxi-on nnxr :
located , private fumlly. Address H 15 , Bcc ,
cimiNr.vs CLiANnn , VAULTS
Hd Iturko. at VV. H. Homer's. CIS Ilrou.lwa/ .
J.1ST YOUIC VACANT"l.OTHVmi ORCnX-
> hlelJ . NkliojBon .ic C'o . COO Hroadway.
ONI : oh' THI : ni-rsT MKAT MAHKUTS m
the i-lly , wllh nn iMallli'lied ' trade , can bo
Knight iriieoiinLI ) , ur will extimnsc for eooil
iiiil cstute. J. l > Juluison , Wi liruadvx.ir.
pAitxr , ,
two liains , cprltiK In feed lots , no ncrcs cut-
llMitfd , vioodn. piisiuro. A barguln. Ill per
HCIP InMdo fnilt fn nn henrlns and planted ;
v < 'K > 'tab and fru I Islida. Careen & Halrd ,
iixiin 9 , Uxcielt liluck Council lllufTs. la.
A H.VAIJ7MM WILL HUY A COnNDTl LOT-
111 rouncll llliiflB , with txvo fair houtrg. Con
von'ently ' loratcd In N. W , part of city. Only
jr.0.00 tosh. Dclancc ensy terms Must l.
ijultlc. AdilictB M. I ) . M , , Wnrncrxllle , Neh ,
rou UINT. rt'iixiBiiRn on PAnTLV F fT-
nlshcd IIOUSLlor Ihe winter. 400 Olcn avenue.
, ) i
is ' Our drapery department is full of new things jus1
r > * "
ut or now , and many of them at much lower prices than
12 heretofore , as these have just been imported
to under the new tariff.
For doors and arches we have :
The new Negas curtains.
The new Durby curtains.
The new Verdure curtain ? ,
The new Tuscan curtains.
The new Ramsic curtains.
100 Couch Covers $1.65 each , former price $3.50 ,
Lace curtains of all kinds. The line of Swiss
Laces by the yard is complete in all widths and the
variety of patterns and qualities is far greater than
ever before- These goods are more popular than
ever this season.
ile ilk WEI DON'T © AY MUOHl
e A IZ-IOHS-a-Uay o'uVw nt\ioVi"irth"Each"fi \ ehin
* m Tim Southwlck Haling Prttiis al-tiorsc.Iull-clrcleruaclilnft.
' It has Uio liirgi'fct lecil oi > enlnrjot
s the Wulld.
c llnlcs tlelit ; drnlt llpht.
n Cepacltyi Constructions Durability-all the UI3ST.
is kB Soufhwkk Skam & Horse Power Press
icy : Talks. They talk In Ions Iho langingo f profit.
Thay are easy sellers , They areQ douolo stroka p BI ,
y ProHtablo to tinnclls , Write for c talojus and disco n. 3.
SANDWICH MFG , COMPANY ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
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