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TIlE OMAIIA ! DAILY DEE.
, COUNcn nJ ur'FS. ; ,
OFFICe , - NO. 12 PEAt STREET
DtITr b1 carier to any p.rt ot te el , .
b n. W. TILTON , L.es8ee.
'nI.ErnONESnullnul omce. No 4 : nigh
. eItor . No. 23.
.1/fUlt . 11RNT1O. .
Grand hotel , Counci Duls , reopeol ( ] Oct 1.
Mayne Real state agencr , 639 I3roadwaT.
Jutge Thtrnel made 'an assignment 01
law easeR ycsterday In the dlstrlcl court
; A marriAge license waa Iuul ] yesterl1Y
I to Albert Anderson aged 21 , and Leni ]
lnlckman , agll 29. both ef Polawalalnle
The ladles of the Rebekah Hele asoctaN !
ton " 1 meel nl Inllepentnl Order of Odd
Peflows' portance hal this nlernoon for work of 1m.
The tuneral ot John J. Armstrong wIlt i
take place thIs afternoon al 2:30 : o'clock from I I
the residence , 1009 HIgh street , H'v. Dr.
, Phelps ometating. !
A night session of the dlstrlcl court was
held lasl night for lie trial ot the clue of
WIllIam A. Saunders agalnsl A. J. StephenThe
eon , H. V. tunes Mil J. I. I'lumer.
The lailel ot St. Ann's Aid socey will be
In the hatcmenl of St Prancls XavIer's
church Wednesday afternoon to recEIve
' . 'j1 - donatons of clothing 0111 provl6ons ; ! for the
; . poor. .
Mrs. S. n , Wadsworth entertaIned a few
of her friends ol I card party Saturlhy
evenIng In hone of her netce MIss Mix or
Ortgon , I" , ol her home on South EIghth
Martha , wife of WIlliam Dial , Iled at
'Vcston Sunday night nt 1 o'clock , aged 70
years. The funeral wi take place this afer-
- noon al 1 o'clnel k . and the remains will be
burlell In lazel Iel cemetery. wi
lul City lodge No. 71 , Ancient Free .
and Accepted : \Iasons will hold special com
municaton this evenIng for work In the : .
ful degree anti banquet. All Masons cor-
Ilaly Invied to participate. J. D , Atkins , ,
John Neal , a vag with I bally mastcatell I
countenance , was given ten days 1n jai yesterday -
terday by Justice Cook. Ills two companIons , ,
William Raymond and John Roach. had I
faces that were In hotter shape , and they
only recelvell Seven days apIece.
The city council wlU hold I meeting this !
evening , al which ,
I Is probable that Pmo
action wilt be talien towarll oscertalalng
the amount ot damages to be palll by the
Omaha Bridge and Terminal company to the
prcperty owners along Union avenue.
The judiciary committee oC the city counci I '
has decided to report adversely to the settle - ,
ment oC the claim or the Citizens State bank' '
for I reduction or aSO3sment , and wi recommend -
ommell that the city attorney ba Instructed
to fight the case In the courts I ntcessary.
. - Doug : lcI. land was arralgnt In Justce
Cook's court yesterady on the charge or
assaulting Addison Brldenbeclt In a row at
Mergon's saloon Sunday afternoon . linden
beck was In cvldence , and so were his two
eyes each of them surrounded by a
. purplish halo. McLeland was fne'o $1 0
anti Goats , all In default of the money was
sent to the ' county jai to board out the fne.
Georgo' Wiillainson . Ray Bxby and U. T.
Dahl made a century bicycle run Sunda :
They left here at 7 0. m. and rode to Iie I-
sourl Valley In an hour and fifty t11t1mte e
. . . : . River Sioux forty-five miles away , was the ;
objective point The return trip was made
agaInst a strong head wind. To piece out
the run to an even hundred miles they rode
out to n Sunday school at Pony Creole aIls ir
returning frem RIver Sioux :
John Canary , who stole an overcoat tram
Hayden l3ros. In' Omaha , was turned over to
the ofcer from Omaha yesterday. George '
Pur ell , alas Drown. who was with Canary
when he was selling the ' coat , failed to turn
S S up In tme for court and his mother's $11 0 ,
which she put up for his appearance , was
declared forfeited. Canary , I Is sold , was
S given a thirty-day sentence In Omaha nol
S long ago rOT stealing some dummies and the
clothes they wore from In front oC n store
Emi and Herman Schurz on one side and I
S larry Inman on the other held a tallng
soiree last evenIng In the office or the Inman
hotel , which for n time threatened to turn
Into a three-corered fisticuff . Inman tel
the Schurz boye' . who were eating supper In
his dining room , that they were making tea '
much noise , and the Schurz boys 1010wed
him out to thC ofce anl , told him he had :
wheel In his heath Just which was In tht
right had not ben definitely decide when
Inman pulled off and went to the poll ce
otaton to talk the maier over with the a U-
thonitles. _ _ _ _ _
'S ' Wo have over $300.000 to loan upon Improved -
proved Iowa rarms. Formers desiring loans
can save money by dealing direct with u Ito ,
: - thereby saving agenl's commissIon. We do
nol loan on wild lands nor In Nebrask
Lugeo & Towle , 235 Pearl street.
Trlulel In S
Good second.hanl stoves of every < ie-
mcniption . that have been traded In on Cot O'S
Air Tights , for sale cheap. Cole & Cole , 41
Main atreet. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
-r1 Domestc soap outlast cheap soap
Mra. Nellie Moore Is slcl with scarlet fe\'er
l her here , 250 South Seventh atreet.
. ! rs. E. W. Drnl of Omaha was vialti leg
her Council Duls Intends yesterday.
. Fannie , the daughter or Mr. and : rs. " ' .
.5 J. Davenport , Is sUIerlng from scarlst rer
II her home , 109 I outh street.
' . S ; ; t Dennett , with the Adams Express COI'
pony In Chicago , returned home last
retured hOle cvi en -
IF log , alter an o\'er-Sunday visit vitls \ his
' : L mother in this city. " .lh
A report from the bedside of llrs : E. A.
Troutman yesterday was to the' effect that
, , Iho was no better and no worse. She Is In
t , n very critical condition.
A. V. ' . Ekwlh returell ) yesterday Ic oils
; Ohl.ago , where he renewed old acquaintance
wiLls Waiter Halelgh Vaughn over a I < eg
S of nails , Mr. Vnughn stIll 1 iel
} nals lr. sll sports a card In-
forming the iublio that he "
, IJblo 10 was 'Ma yor
ot CouncIl ) ull. 10. , five years , " "la'or
editor and Publisher of the Chicago Dcmo-
crest , the olclal organ ot the anl.Amerlcan
- _ ? Protective association. The typo \\01 seized
on a writ or attachiiient
f 1 aUachmtnt n few days ago .
I Dr. PrIco' Daklng Iowller makes the
S nest rood because It's
fDesl , absolutely pure
Crlli Jury ludlcts Icvlrnl ,
The grantl jury lade n partal report ) 'es-
, terday , returning several Indictments , ii los
p : ' ' 108t
Of which , howcver , are Dot yet la"e iuL die ,
owing to the fact that the accused are nol
In ousted ) ' . John Morris , who stole nu Out br.
shirl rrom M. Marcus was charged v ilib
larceny train n building . and the same intl let.
snout standi against Toni Keley and Prank
J.lbbey , who stole some underwear from John
Jeno & Co , lIoomingtonVood and his
Ito brother , Thomas U. Wood , who broke
Into a school house In Neola townshlll w bile
on a tramp und stayed there all nlgbt , were
4 turned loose by lice grand jury.
John I marile , who elect at his Cattier .in .
law , W. K lumes . and was himself tatler.ln.
two loads oC buckshot by ) ainee' son , was
indicted for assault
wiLls lutenl 10 coin
great bodily Injury , and was arrested dui ring
S tbo afternoon . _ _ _ _ _ _ _
11& " Your Mousy .
Dy investing In the stock of Lice Savii rigs ,
Loan and nulhlnK associatIon ot Cou nell
Bluffs. Incorporated In Counci
187. Monthly payments i -
monte of $1.00 11er share , netting the In\'utor
S about 10 per cent Interest Ten serIes 01.
ready paid out , which fully demoDstrates ,
the ability of the association to mature Its
Itoclt in about . ls
seventy.fvo monthly pay-
ment. No loans incite outsIde or Coo 'neil '
I )3lutTs . and oil applcatona Counci
S paned upon by n majority ot the heart of
directors , Good loans wanted Full InrQrma ,
ton CAn be obtained al Lice olee of I ) . W.
' , Otis . secretary , 10 Main street , or any ot the
' ' folowln ! dlrcctou : 11. " ' . Huolon , Fe rank
' r' Grass . John Urown. A. S , liaseiton . U. C.
Deebe , A. 11. Walker E. E. flail , F. C.
S _ Louee . S. S. J.enart.
Try Eagle laundry ; 'z liroudway ( , for bond
work Our '
medium cloln fn:6h : can'l bl
S beat blt . wo 10 strictly hand work , domesUc
Illsb. when preferred. Telephone 151.
S Davis sells drugs , _ ! anti cia. c leap ,
nlcaUa SOIP brcas hard watsr
' . . , S. S
NEWS \ FROM COUNCIL BtUFFS '
Rev , O. N , Armstrong n lcloc from U1
Eng.emgnt with the Sccnd Ohurob
RESULT OF A ROW IN THE CONGREGATION :
I're slytcry Henr the Uotnl8 of the Trouble
n "I Iccdrl the Mnter "Rtstnctorl )
to Cloth Ihle8-rnutron ! Uue
ns n Missionary tu Utnh.
There was a meeting ot the presbytery
Yelterday aernon al the Second Presby-
t rlan church for the purpCo of adjusting
the difficulties between the pastor , Hev. C.
N , Armstrong and his flock. A9 already
stated In these columns the relations have
bee n somewhat strained for several months
pas t. Mr. Armstrong has been here only a
year , but In that time the bonds ot olec-
ton have nol grown particularly firm. In
ract t , the congregation dwindled until a
mere handful , and sometimes nol even that ,
wouhl bo present al the Sunday servlcM
The church , weakened . numerically and finan-
caly , ralell to pay the Iastor's ; salary , and
fnaly a 11etton was circulated among the
church members asking the presbytery to
aSfmblo and dlssolvo the pastoral rtlatons ,
This petition mel with a hot fight from the
pastor , who at the close of n Sunday mor-
Ing service about four weeks ago , tool occasion -
sion to read the riot act In vigorous terms
to his unfaithful co-laborers. Beore the
mttng was over , however the pastor ww I
pre vailed upn to unite with the petItioners I
In their request for on Investigation. This I
inv estigation was made yesterday.
The meeting was presided over by IteV
A. I Fraser of Atlantic . and Hev. J. I.
Carpenter of Shelby acted as clerk. Beslles I
these were preDent Rev. W. H. Snyder of t
MissourI Valley , 11ev. Johul Iale or Logan ,
HeB. . C. Swank at Marne . Hev. E. M.
I.andls of Avoca , 11ev. Stephen Phelps of
the First church of this city , and 11ev C. N .
Armstrong or the Seccnd church. J. II .
Westcott and D. n , Huston represented the
eld ers of the First eli Second churches or
Counci fluffs , respectively. Doth had
changt their pugnacious attitudes or , a row
wceks ago , and the meeting was much more
peaoerul than was expected. There was a
thorough examination made or the church
tro uble . anti at the cncluslon Il was decided -
cided by a unanimous vote that the pastoral I
relatons should be dissolved.
There was quite I discussion with refer
ence to the .
pay Mr. Armstrong Insistng t
on being paid up to the let or ! 'ebrary , and
the church representatives wan lng him cut
oft with the let of January. After I warm
debate , Il
was decided that as the church
had won In one part of the fight , the pastor
should be allowed to win In the other. Mi . .
Armslrong's services will close with Feb
ruary 1 , and the church wl pay him all the
back salary due hIm up to that time. He
wi g next week to Utah sent a9 a mls- ;
si Iunary b ) the American Presbyterian Boar
or Home Missions , and w1 have charge at
the churches at Gunnison and Sauna , wit 11
his residence at the later place.
JUSTICt1 N WAS TOO SUDDEN.
Ullries Ierne , 8u5"cclel of lsurglar3 P ,
Turnl'd Loo.o , nnd Skips % Onto _ )
Charles Kerns Is once more snifng the ,
ho real breezes of freedom In sonic unlmown
quarter , and the police have just succeeded ,
II locating a witness who might have sent
him across the state.
Kerns was arrested several days ago on a
charge oC vagrancy , that charge being pro , -
terred agalnsl him by the officers to hold him
unl they could investigate a more serious
a ccusatIon. JustIce Vlen , who happened to I
be holding police court the next mornin g .
discharged him and gave the police a lecture -
ture on the subject of arrestng people on
general principles. Ofcer Murphy was
standing outside the jail \ \vaIUng- r ken 58
a fter crt and
: , as soon as he appeared arrested -
rested him again , placing the charge oC i
valraney against him
Enough evidence had been collected to
in ale I appear that Kerns was connected
with the burglary of N. P. Conant's jewelry
store on Christmas day and the theft of
bout $ l,5O0 worth of jowelry. There was
aie witness , John Wells by name , whom the
ofcers were nol able to locate until yestt r-
, d ay. In the . morning Kerns was brought L e-
f ere Justice Vlen for aD e x-
nmilaton , and asVells was
nol on hand the court discharged him.
A little later Wels turned 111 , but Kerns ,
Il Is sold , lost no time In making tracks tor I
The story the police tel Is that on Christmas -
mas night shortly after the rObbery took
place Iers , with two men named ICe Ily
anll Cr.lvrotl , called al Wells' house all
Rsked permission to "planl" a lot oC jewelry
and valuables ther lie saw the at' ' taft
and was able to glvo a good description of
I i t , so that the police arc convinced LI eat
these t three len are the ones who robbed
Conant's place Wels refused to let them
leave l Il there , for some reason or other , al1 ;
ts t hey wenl away. Kelly and Crawford have
since been convicted or highway robbery In
Omaha , and Kerns' reputation Is that at a
prorerlonal crook , ha"ng ! been repeatedly
mixed m up In crimes or different sorts 'fhe
authorities tool Wels before the grand Jury
yesterday arid hall hIm tel his story , nit 1
whether or not an IndIctment Is returned ,
there Is nol much probability ot Kerns' comIng :
lug back to have a warrant served on him
When asked for his side 0 [ the 6ory , J us-
ties Vlen said : "The police hadn'l located
their allan Wels , and could not tell , me when
they would There being no evidence agai nat
the fellow . I dIscharged , him , just as any
court would have done " just
Dr. Price's Is the rOlemosl baking powder
In all the world , because Il's absolutely pt Ire .
\ Ilttute I' Uorcntt
The Central Labor sudan spent Sunday
afternoon electing the rOlowlng ofcer for
the current haIr year : President , John II tin-
led I or the Typographical union : vice icr esi-
dent , J , U , O'Hearn of the Switclinic in's
unlol : recording secretary , A. SicarIce' or the
Switchmen's union : financial secretary , T. F.
Callahan of the A. H. U. : treasurer , Cc wry
Heed of the Knights of Labor .
Labr : sergeant -
arms , James l.alerty ot Lice Inlhts ot
I.abor. Executive board , Ell Aspinwal , , Cigar
makers : Franl Simmons 'rypographlcal :
Carry Heed , Inlghtl of Labor : J. W Ja.
eels , Swichmen : John SChererly , Barb ens.
Organization co nun I ee' , Ell ASlllnwal , J. II.
O'Jear John Schefterly . John Ilul < el , ' ' F.
Callahan , Boycott committee , O'Her lntz ,
"rlpst ! , l.alert . anti Simmons , After the
mcetng the bocot committee held a in eeL-
lug and discussed the advisability of maLl tot , '
lug a ho'co.tt ) against all estnblshments In the
city ellloylng non.ttnion labor. A folder
cOltutllng th nausea of such establishmi outs
will be prlnled mOlthly and circulated among
the members of the union and their fnle ne1 ,
whu wi , Il Is claimed , do all their trading
elsewhere _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
C. 0 , I' . IlOWS IS ' ' 'OCIUSO 10TTIUI
Vicar out If I'rlee. This Week .
32 pounds New Orleans sugar for 'I ,
21 puunl18 extra 0 .ugar for 1 , and i 25
pounds line granulated sugar $ U. An
is "oullI pal pure fruit jelly , 36e : l4 galen
pal Golden Urll syrup for 4e , And n one
Ilound can of I'rlco's Baking Powder for 40e.
Fresh country eggs at ISo a dozen , and the
finest coulty butter , made In Iotawalamle.
county , for ISo I IOuIII. Remember We la\'e
you 25 I'er CLOt on anything you want 10
buy. lIltOWN'S C. O. D.
Jrleo Jeti M Uhurco
A. A. U'bee , who lived awhile ago In this
city , but now II In Crescent township , twt\'e
miles north ot Council Bluffs. , told a story
ot domestic trial to Judge Thornel yci cten-
day afternoon In the district curt In order
to get a Ilwrce tram Julia A. Uybee. 5ev'
er.lt years ago I ppears ) . Michel Slevel.
anl wire lived here and kept the Central
hOU51 , a slll hotel at the corner of lryalt ,
and Vine streets , Stevens antI tots wife did
not get t aJonl 'ery well , and I divorce at It
ended In their $ separation. After about two
mOlthl Irbco married : u. Stevecue and
tn'y lived together sixteen months whtn
they , too belal to have trouble . : r.
Dbee finally came tu the conclusion that ler
, . S S
first husband was the best , she had ever bad ,
and she pIcked up her belongings and went
back to her deserted hearthstone 10 ofclote
In the t capacity of housekeeper for her grass
widowed nail dlvorcell husband 'n ' Mills
cOlnt" , Son she came back to Dybee. he
says , and wanted to return , but Dbee had
ben getting along frl rate without ) her anti
would nol listen to her proposition . She
wen t back to Stevens , anti has ben living
wIth him anti their three children ever since
A 9.months-old Dbee baby Is also with
the m . After hearing the story , JUdge
The rnebb decided to grant the divorce , as the
woman made no defense , but he allowed her
to keep the chili ) .
Snrllnt Is l Through . Invoicing
Ant Is ready to begin his January solo to
make room for spring goods. Remember ,
Sar gent has only two special sales n year-
Jan uary eli Jul' .
The fact Is 60c on the dollar sales In the
shoe business every month admits fake ad-
vcr ttsing . which we never do
Yon have seen Sargent's business grow
year after year , until we hear people say ,
" \V eil . It you are not busy , we know there
Is no business , " The reason I that we never
sell a poor shoe for n good one : never sell
$3,00 shoes for $5.00 ; never sell ne\er cheapest
rubbers and arctcs ror _ the best , but give
you all wo can for the price. Sargenl has
always done lots of business 01 his special
s les , for they don't como often md they one
I teinember we 'shall do little advertising
Hemembr wo'shal 1110 ad\ertslng on
this sale , but shall make the prices sell the
goods , sAI1OENT
The Shoe Man
. Mclonl Hoard.
The s heel board held its monthly meeting !
lao t evening . with President Field and Member -
her s Thomas , Snyder , Drldensteln and Fonda
The city engineer preentt his estimate
of the amount of work that would have to
b3 done to brIng the High school grounds tea I
a lower grade. To slope from Lice S
gr ade ot 1Igh Scl1001 avenue on 1 5 per cent
grade lne to a point forty feet south of
the present school building , then on 1 level ;
south 135 : feet , tram the center of the build -
Ing east and west the ground to elope buid- I
I per cent grade , would require the removal I
of 70,000 cubic yards of earth To grade on I
lho same plan tram I point ten feet bebuu
the cub Ino on Hgh Schol avenue wOlhl bluw
re quire the removal of
requlrl 100,000 cubic yards
The cost ot thIs was uncertain. I the can
tracl should be let tomorrow I could be
taken out at I ccst or from 5 cenl to 7 cents ! ;
per yard , there Is so little demand for labor
no w. PrIces have heretofore ranged all the
way up to 1 cents I yard In either plan ;
10 ,000 yards could bo wasted In the Iligi C
sc heel grounds on' the Gen a\enuo side
Only 5,000 yards could bt used In bringing
the Fifteenth school up to grade , so that
this would cut . but little figure. The coin -
municaton wa9.placd on file.
Chairman Fonda. oC the
Fonda supplC committe' ' a
reportc thal ho had purchased forty new
"Superlntendenl Sawyer reported that durIng -
Ing December there were 1.948 boys and
2 , 035 girls enrolled , a total of 3,983. The
enrolment for January , he sid , would Tba
considerably larger. The night school 11 ' [ 7
an enrclment of ffy""even and was pro < ,
easing nicely. '
The superintendent oslt that some dec- 'I
sion be arrived al with reference to the
breakage of apparatus In the chemical
laboratory In the HIgh 8chool. A motion to
quire I deposit of $1 from cacti pupIl as a
security , to be refunded In case there was
no breakage , was carried
Scsrgftnt's 8"cclai nle of Shoe .
Wo shal nol spend much money adver-
tsing this sale , but will give our customer S
the benefit . Remember this Is a cut of
everything In the store-not 50 per cenl die I-
co unt. Wo would not want people to know
we were makIng 50 per cent profit.
All of our $5,00 ladlcs' shoes during this
sale will be $ 3.75 ; we have had the hIghest
grade of gods sold In the city for that price
You can buy n splendid shoe for I maD In I
this sale for $1.00 ; you can buy a ladles'
fne shoo for $1.00 , patent tip , etc. ; you can
buy shoes cheap. Look In our windows ror
prices , Sargenl was always the lowest In i
price aDd will always be. SARGENT
Gas cooking stoves for rent and for sala al
aas Co.s offlco. .
The laundries use Domestic soap.
Hearing for Crafon and howard Today.
Crafon and Howard , suspecte of stealng I
J . W . Wambold's diamond , were arraigned
berore Justice Colt yesterday afternoo
Crafon retained G. H. Gable as his a t-
torey , but Howard refused to follow suit.
announcing that he was a good enough at- L
torey to look out for himself. Doth wanted
an Immediate trial , but as the wtneeses ror I
tht state were not on band the case w's
contnued until this morning at ! o'clocl Ic.
One difculy In the way at tic authorite
will be to prove that the theft , If Il tok
place al al was committed In Pottawatt a-
mlo count ) Al they know Is that ' eld
est l his diamond fomewhere between Icc re
a nd St. Joseph , but this Jntormalon Is not
explicit court jurisdiction. enough tu give the Council Durs
Go to the other shoe sates see what you '
can do , then come to me. I will sell you your
shoes , for my sale Is to sell the stuff Cor I
cash. _ _ _ _ _ SARGENT.
Music al the Grand hotel Thursdays , ns
welt as Sundays , al the dinner hour , 6 to t
Washerwomen use Domestic soap.
Avocl 1111 Ilsal" .
Deputy Sheri John P. Stuhr Came In from
Avocn yesterday with SChuyler Sweeny In
charge. Swcny woe taken Insane last Feb-
ruary and after an examination by the commissioners -
missioners was ordered token to the dane cola
hospItal for treatment The hospital author-
iies discharged him last June , but shorly , ;
after lIe was token with symptoms of 1/
sanity once more , which have constnnly
been growing worse. Ito Is not vIolent , but 1
his talk Is such as to show that his mind Is
entirely unbalanced. The commissioners ex-
amlne him again yesterday , and once more
ordered him to Clarinda.
_ _ _ . _ _ _ S
Every other Is weakened by aduleraton , ,
Dr Prlec's Cream linking Powder only on.is
absolutely Imre. .
iri.eiiie FJItRU.IST. :
1'111 anti \Vlrmer wIth " 'elterlyVluds for
WASHINGTON , Jan 21.-The forecast for
Tuesday iso :
For Nebraska , Kanms anti COlorato-I alr ;
WII'mer : westerly winds.
For Missouri and Iowa-Fair : westerly
For South Ualtota-Folr ; warmer : vat rift-
OFFICE O THE WEATHER nUHEAU ,
OMAHA , , .lafl 21.0111rcant oC ii em-
I'rture and rainfall , compared wiLls the
corresponding day oC the Plst four yes cccl :
1895. 1891. 28)3. 1 892.
Maximum tempercittire. . . 31 s 36 3
Ilnlmum tecnperattlre. . . , 1 2 16 15
Average teunperuture. . . . : 17 26 24
I'reclplaton . . . . . . . . . .0 .T .0 .0
Condiion of temperature ant ) precip Ito-
lon nt Omaha for the day und 81nco Mu rob
I , 1891 :
Normal temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . , 16
ixcess for the day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Normal precilsitntion . , . . . . , , , , , ,
precipitaton . . . . . . .02ln i h
' Delllency tor the day . . . . . . .02 Inch I
Total precipitation slneo March 1 6.07 Inches
Delclenc ) ' since March 1. . . . 16.0 Inchel ;
Ucports from Other StatIon , I" t I' . a .
- - - _ I _ _ 11.
, i . :
a , !
SUTIO S. ' i STATS or
.oa B - " : i WEATIcI ccl.
_ _ _ : a "i r
- - -
Omah/ . . . . . . . . 28 31 , OU Clear. - - -
NorticPZtstt . . . . 28 .e'j .ou C.ar. .
Valelln. . . . . . :1 : ) : . ( ( Clear.
Ciutcaito . . . . , . . . 2(1 : : . ( Sceowini . .
81. Louis . . . . . . . :1 IU .03 Clean .
St. 1'11. . . . . . . t 22 .14 Clenr.
Da \"nporl. . . . . . 22 :2 .04 Cloudy .
Konaai City . , . , . .R 3U .uu Condy. . .
Denver. . . . . . . .U 41 .UO ( le In . .
Sail Lake Ctty . . , . 8'2 014 .OU l'arl cloud ' :
Clr. : tttiy.
: I )
Raplolcity . . . . . 3U me .00 Clean
. . . . . . . . . . . . . : l
lelma. . . . . . lU 2 .OU Ciur .
Uhlulr : . . . , . . . . . , ; : .00 Cc1r. ; .
SI. Vincent . . . , . ' 1 U .tui Clear.
Che.nu ! . . . . . . . : tu 31 .ou Clear .
Nie" Clr. , . . . . . 11 t'8 .UU Clur. Cleur .
. . . . . . . . . :8 I Cclr.
Gi.rdtun. - . : . . . . . Oil 70 .lOtttlear. ,
-.t \ -
" ' ' 'lnllclc8 tracts of JI'lllalou.
L A. WILLSII . Ob6rvcr
FINE LMV POINTSANVOLVED -
Draining of au Iowa Lake P vok\s Intorwhic
oting Litigation ,
) :31 :
SQUATERS TAKE POSSESSION AT ONC
Law yers Advise Them , ReclaImed
thnt" , r JeelnlmCl
Lall lelonll to the Uniteet states
anti Is BnlJeet to 10mo.
Relli Entry. .11
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1"11 , "
FORT DODGE In , Jan , 21.-Speclai
Tel egrain.-Ono ot the most 'mportanl business -
ness enterprises In recent years In this part
of Iowa has been the reclaiming of Owl
Ilko Humbldt county , 'from a bake slough
to tlablo t land , I contains over 1.000 acres
of land , and by means of atean1 dredge anti
a < itch several miles long IL has been made
dry land. George It. Iearsons or Fort
Dodge carried on the work and received I
dec o ) from lumboldl county . Several years
ant i a large amount of money was expendell
Now , by advice ot attorneys , a lot of squat'M
ter have settled on the land , claiming that
as Owl lake was I meandered body , f water
Il belongs to the United States , and Its bed
Is subject to homestead ,
enlry I Iromlses
to be on Important ali Interesting case I
Is the opinion of some good lawyers that the
owners ot the adjacent lands will have
riparian rights , but that the squatters can
gel no title. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
DES IJUINI S' SENSATIO2. ( .
Inv tlntln Expected to 10elo80mo
Startling ! 'acls Ida to CorrultOI.
DES MOINES , Jan. 21-Slleclal ( Tele-
gram-Tho ) suspension of Chief oC Police !
Johnson and others by layer Ills Is stilt i
att racting much attention anti
oUraclng aUenton promises to I
lead to sensatonal devebopenents The SIS'
pended men say there will be an Investga-
ton If there Ie any way of getting one
They apple to the city council tile evening ;
to leave an investigation 3tartetl. The grand I
jury will be called tcgether again Il Is I
claimed , to sift LIce mater to the bottom
In the meantime ofcers will be dispatched I
to Ol < ahoma to bring back and secure the
testmony of a noted Des Moines gambler
anI to Chicago to try and induce lanager :
Davl6 of the Capital City DrIving Ilark II
testf ) to the methods alleged to have been
used t compel him to "cough up" $1,000 as !
I condition precedent to permitting Lice
wheel at fortune to roll during the October
ra ces . There arc other charges that wi
mal < o very interesting reading. One concer
aleges that a demand was made by an oil ) .
clal for the payment or $200 before he would ;
consenl to perform an ofcial act , and an .
ot her relates to boodle to the extent or $700 ;
alege to have been paid by a certain
gambler rcr supposed protection.
( ItEA' V.\tET\ WEATCIEII.
Codnr Ilelpiul . 1.1S a Inlu810rm , r
and tghtnlaJ and SiOAltoJ"thtr. .
CEDAR RAPIDS , la" , Jan. 21-Speclal (
Telegram.-There ) has been .greal variety :
of weather here In the paJt twent-rour I'r
ho urs. All day yestcrdaylthore was a 11 cavy
fo g . followed last night "b ) i heavy rain
storm , accompanied by thunder and tight -
nl ng. Early this mornhcg tub rain turned
to sleet and later to snow. ' ' I ( lgh wind has
prevaied all day and business o ! . nit kinds has
been almost ol a standstill , cis ' , travel oC al
kinds has been almost lmpotible. Stock
In the country viil suffer theyety.
wi suIer seye'rtly.
OTTUMW . la" , Jan. l. . 'rhe thermom-
ettr In the last twenty-coon iours 'l ! droPPCl
49 degrees. I was 65 a bYe 'resterday and
16 below today. A howl g le Is blowing ,
and It Is growing colder : ' 1 lcero Is some
sno\l. , , ,
WAS ONCE SIOUX . PRIDE.
VIT'.S 'i " , .J PRIDE
Executol Issued fot'thudSch'ot the Rapid
' f. .
: Transit Eievhtlcd LI le. ,
SIOUX CITY . Jan. 2l-Spebla % Telegram . )
- The district court Issuel\ an executon
toay t for the ale cf the Sioux City Rapid
Trasit company's elcvated railroad. The
road Is subject to $300,000 df bonds and
nearly $100,000 of other liens. I was
buit tour year ago when the city was
booming , and was designed to connect with
the city on east side suburb. I was Vie
third elevated road In operation In the ceunI I
tr. and was LIce pride of the town I
has I never more than paid operating expenses -
ponses , for the suburb stopped developing
as soon as the road was built. The ICing
Bridge company owns most or the bonds ,
and will buy In and operate the road ,
wi _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Supreme Coosr5 : Deci.Ion.
DES MONES , Jan. 21.-Special ( Polo-
gram.-The ) folLowing supreme court de-
ciions were fed today : 'Wind & Co. , appellant -
pelant , against ler & Co. . Peter E. ler
and Joseph D. ler , Mils distrIct , affirmed ;
Adalne Dwlnnel against J. Ii. McKibben ,
appelant , Marshal district , afrm d : Iowa
City against Johnson County ap-
pelant , Johnson district , affirmed :
Rhoades , Carmoan & Co. . nl-
pelants , against E. E. Leach and Id. H.
Giet , Franklin district , 'reversed ; Peter S.
Robertson , appellant , against John Stuhl-
miller el al , Dacl < hawk district , reversed -
versed : J. W. Naylor and J. W. Naylor
against F. L. Butcher , appellant , Calhoun
dIstrict , reversed. S
held VI' the Otis 'Jompau
DES MOINES , Jan. 21-Speclal ( Tele-
gram.-A 6ens toI was prung this evenIng -
Ing In connection with the pending gas
onulinance. A weekly paper has been fighting
the company , anti Il Is alleged thal It was
paid $1,000 to keep still , The agent admits
paying tine money and says he refused to
pay lore , hence the exposure. He claims to
have been blackmailed by the editors.
hits of JOWl NuwI.
Volney A. Dubel of Sheldon took five
ounces of laudanum with suicidal Intent. Ho
lIves ) torty.olght hours after taking the plo-
son. Whisky dId it.
While boring wells In the vicinity ot Oel-
vein or late , chunks have been brought to
the surface that resembled coal. I Is tin
belief that large beds or coal underlie the
city , aced a strong company has been organIzed -
Ized and prospecting whit bo commenced at
hero Is a prospect for LIce location or an
Episcopal college In the state of lawn similar
to the I'arlbault school In Minnesota. I
will be a mltary ' school Ilder the care or
the Episcopal church at the state The can-
didates for its location are Mason City and
Nassau. Mason City offers five acres ot
land and $20,000 In money :
Dubuque splrlualsts do worked up over
the exposure by an evenlp paper that C. E.
Winans , 1 medium who , hf been gh'lng a
series of startling mnteriaJng seance 'In
that city , Is the identical mup' ot the same
name arrested at StrawUerr ' for
arrelled PoInt imposture -
posture In 865 , ald tat the photograph
taken of the ( later arter' iclc1 arrest bears a
strong likeness to the IsceittIun ' now operating
there. ' ;
Everwhere and always anllyses prove Dr.
Prlce's Poking Powder * 'absolutely I , pure.
BOOTHS FOR A IthSPITAL , , .
l'lnn tn Oct uartrr' -1 ) \Ifro Contagious
Ullelun ; 11" Ip.rted ;
The Board or health J bell a short and
harmonious meeting rester r' afernoon , A
resolute was Introduced by health Com.
missioner Savie rellUestn the mayor and
council to allow the board to place four ot
the unused elcton bOlhs on a portion of
the per farm grounds , wber cases ot In.
rectoU diseases , ueb ds smallpox or scarlet
fever , could be Isolated and cared ( or . 'he
county commissioners have signified their
willingness to give D IJrton of lbs grounds
ar the erection DC a hospital or temlJrary
Ilu rtfrs. The resolution was amended 80 ai
to Irovlde for the placing ot Ilx bothl , and
as amended was pal < . .
AI sn expernl.nt ; to test the curative qual-
ities of ant.texlne , Hr , Sa\'le was . authorIzed -
Ized to purchase four doses 01 the serum , at
$5 a dose , wth ; which to treal a child
afflicted with malignant diphtictsriu. City
l'hYllclan 'owno stated that by the use of I
the renedy deaths ] from this dl eRs ( which
usualy occur In nine cases out of tn , have
been decreased fully one-halt . As the
hEn dcreMr tuly one-hal. Al first
qunntly of the serum arrived In the city
last Saturday this wilt b the frt case In
which Il will b tried
Meat inspector Frank 'I granted five
days ' leave of absence
FROM SOUTh OMAHA
Man ager flisbeockontice Uom\ of nt.
Mieoltn to \\alhlnton ,
M c . W. N. Babcock . manager of the Union
Stock Yards , company , Ices returned tram
Was hington , where he went al a member of a
com mittee appointed by the National Live
Steck exchange to Induce congress to To'n
duce the tax on oleomargarine and all oleo
proucts : also to endeavor to have congress
take some steps toward raising the embargo
placed by the German government upon
AmericAn meats. : lr. Babcock sal yester-
day that the talk In V'asIoington was to
the elect that the Germans were retaliating
becuse the Wison bill raised the duty on
sug ar. In order to conciliate the German
: government Mr. Wilson lead ( Intouc a bill
in the house at representatives , reducing the
taif on sugar and those interested In the
live stock business thought thal If th1 , " bill
became a law the Germans would raise the
embargo on American meats .
lanager Dabccck stated that he was satis-
noel that l'hl Armour Intended to build a
packing house hero sonic Lucia during the
pre sent year. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .
City Council I'rocoeilng. , .
\ Vatters' ordinance for txlng nickel-in-the-
slot machines failed of passage by the city
counci lasl evening.
Counciman Bulks introduced I resolution .
passed , thanking Congressman
Me rcer for his slecesstul efforts to , procure
an appropriation of $100,000 for a public build-
Ing In South Omaha. Counciman Walers
made I motion that thc counciL request Unite
States Senators Alen anti lallerson to use
their best endeavors to gel the bill throuh
the senate. No site for the government
buiding has as yet been selected , but I Is
stated by Mr. Dula that ! hl two sites most
tavorably mentonell are ol Twenty.ffh amI
1 streets and Twenty-third anti l streets
: Ir. Uula suggested that a committee he
oppolntt to communicate wiLls Phi D. Ar-
mour regarding thl eslablshmcnt at a pac -
Ing hOlse In South Omnlcci Messrs. hulls ,
lels and H'an werl"appolntCI as a concinit'
tee to confer with Mr. Armour.
Magic < ) . Oonlp.
lIce Ladles' Aid society ot the Presby'
ten ian church wilt give an entertainment at
th e church Saturday evening consistng of
Im personations by Cjayton D. Gilbert , a graduate ! -
uato or the Manning School or Oratory of
The citizens were pleased yesterday afer-
noon by the receIpt of I bulletin announclci
that a bill appropriating $100,000 announcng
lie building has passed the house of repretent-
atves ansi would go to the senate within a
Mary Anderson , Thirtieth and T streets , has
been arrested ror whipping Lice little Ion or
010 Schulz. The trolble grew out of a
quarrel between some . children.
I , -
Economy Is practiced by usIng Dr. Prlce's
Daklng Powder , because U's absolutely pure !
Coining to Ilnrlluto Ild ,
NEW YanK , Jan. 2i.-Loecis KbopCCIi I
started from New York for Lincoln , Neb. , I
where he wi operate with the State Helef IS
commlsson In releving the destitute rarm-
lrs II the western counties or that slale , ,
D r. Klopsch wilt consul relatve to the llA- :
trlbuton among Iuterers oC a flnll of over
$15,0. ; contributed through his jottrnal the
Christan Herald , anti about twenty cam :
lo ads of coal , clothing and suppiies. Dr
Klopsch Is confident that the relief Drt
placed In his hands for distribution In this 0
worlt wi reach $2,0 part oC which wi thisI I
le sent to the drouth-slrlcken counties oC
h ansas. . - countes
LyndorsI l'rohably Do Indicted
MOUNT STERLING , ICy . Jun. 2l.-There
Is I large crowd In the city , but eveT.thlng
Is quiet. JUdge Cooper of the circuit t
w Ill deliver his charge to the grand jury
this afternoon. There are no troops here ' ,
nor have any been asked for No trouble
, Is expected , anti 'the lyncher of Blair 'vii I
probably be Indicted. wi
WHY THE _ PEOPLE COMEI ' '
IlIPRESSED I BY THF POWERFUL EVIDENCE. _
They Ileni' of Cures or Arc Brought In by 01hcl'5 'Vio have 1101 Cured
" 'ceJd Budget of IIiIbl'IIlfltIoli rOl' the Sick ,
There was nn old German lady In the
consulaton rooms of Du. Copelall and
Shepard n few days ago. She snide "I want
y "OU to treat becAuse ' who
me a young Ian ,
Is 1 neighbor ot mine , saM he cale to you
when he was nothing but skin anti bone anll
y otc cured him , lIe's n big healthy follow
now and hO'B always talking about you. "
A young lady from Sherman a\'enlo. afer
describing her S.tpt01S In a severe
bronchial Call , sid : "I should never leave
thoughl of coming to you I It hall not been
that Miss - , n friend of ictitco . Is one of
y our patients. She thinks highly or your
treatnenl amid told mo to bo SUIO to go to
Y OU .
A well known lawyer called last week
Introucing i I lady 'loctor " he said , "This
Is I n relative ot mlno. See whal you cats door
ror Imer. . " The lawyer was coined sonic
mouths ago of catarrh or the slomach by
, Dre. Copcland anti Shepnrd
There Is mON In this Linen wouM opprar to the
< a.lnl rnller. 1 means that the week "f ! r. .
enlolnn,1 l and hol'nrll I. thlnUIKh and coclentlitOl :
lint their I'nlelll ( trust nn,1 .os\ect I \ 9clcnllc :
their t mlhl % nnll cllcl\'e treatment 19 cristeftet tn
Ihoso Iho ha\'l "lle.1 CRud thc severe onettuoul.
l'melee,1 II issaccy " 11celalsts ; Clued their rklll I
aa SiC , ability ore recognized , nnl that tile ) ' .kl II I
nnl keel lice InlMnec "f their matlenle. ii t
monns that established , .IH.lhl" . mon who I
1"'lmlllo,1 o h ) ' plplo whol ( lucy have Itcn\,1 I
are nlln's tn ho Ircferred 10 un\'olcho".rnr amid I
untrle" Rtrngors : Cleat Ronuluo solcnlle Iotk
In I Lice 0110 I. bet ter ( huh the led scrlnelecate
,1 ' II'n.lnR of "reenedles" tin " Inliserlminate ,
fonnula that has been hitched II cooeccewhet'e.
TIlE CMit Ul - tiO'tili'li ; lcUII.N
5hol8Vhat Can Uo Bout , for Sufferers from
\Jlrl\'atcd I'orm of COlsttutonl : !
Clllrrh I ,
The case of Jo.eph Mciirc'es ' slcosts what can
be lone for seefteo'ene , f'O ni aggravated form I
of eonsllllol 1 cII/rrh ! :
. . "
. , J
Joseph McUreln , , ant Cutter ittrcet
" 1 am nIl right now , " enhl Mr. Mclirein , who
I. nn emplo'o nt I'arrol'l relne , ' , and lives at
the nbove number.
" . toad poison all thruJh mo until knew eec ) '
'slem wns 11 wrng , I canto 11 cteisdll If
Iwlng worse every wlnler. lily Ion Alondly
was I solhl Acnb. always. Ahout 1\01' no.lrl Icelt I
8e\'ere sick , .
headnches would slczo ccmed prostrat C
mo I noticed tint discharges frm Ind my prstrall _ " 1
pnsse,1 down olel Into my sllllch alHI I tel I.
Ihnl \ ' bIt of Ihls
every Was acting l < e u poison
1 am now cured my Illd Is clear as a bell nnu , ii
I leave no more stomach trouble. 1 bl'l unit ) '
two bad attacks since 1 began cny tc'otttnment . 1
vent 10 Ur. Sh"lnll because my wire iccoul beet Is
cure , ! ly him. . 1 elm entirely fll.le , hll becl
entirely. result , In " my case. I reel 1110 < wlh a
WROTE FOt ULANICII
'oolt TreAmont byICIaII and \Vns Cured of
Mrs. J. H , Seaver wire or a prominent
citizemo oC Darien . \VIg writes oC
citzen Daren. wries the exce I-
lent results or the mail , I treatment thus :
"In July or last year my husband took
treatment by mal und Wend quite please ol
wlh the results f much 10 that ho wrote
tor 1 1)'mptol tOlank to rnnble lt alto wrtl tl
tnke 1 course . 1) ' own health unit booms
t out for twenty years , the Crucible being
Intnrrhnl nlcclol oC the hentl , throat , S
brnchlnl Icmbecs anti stomach. . '
tUte Itolach. l ) 8)111'
tom were chrnic st'lpn ot the nOl ! , Lice
formnton oC lumps and scabs In tim
nostri ! severe I'nll hi the chest ilidigeatioms
nnll distress < after eating . ) ' Illllltol
111 bad sleel , At the time I eOmflmcielsCeI
tht snail trentlelt 1) ' generl tme teenitli was
v ery luch lirokeoc. I ant glad to say , how-
cver , that the trlhnelt has lend ( lie effect
of ' '
clrlnl the cntarrh nnll of nlmosl com-
pletely I restoring ' iiecittii , "
rCtorllg - I - ) - henlh
OPEN TO ALL. S _
hear Ice mln,1 Cloud an ) ' ch"'nlc sufferer .
"hother Irene catnrlh Ir other gent.1 nll 11. _
tfoslll t cllolic Ialnt ) , busy apply an ) ' tIme nt
: i IIHt 31 New \ erk l.o hll"ln ! anti f'l'ol\o S
frnm ire . ,
COlelnnt anti 'hol'"r,1 lice moot
emclolt tfnlmonl loW In 1'Kue ni n 10mlnni %
f e.rnlo a m'nlh , InrlhlnK meIcles , 10 ollico
nu.1 mll patient , nlke , Trial tfahnrnts tree
lu Ihose nl'I'I'lnl ' In lecsoa . , 'S '
T\'INC tl CASE
IU\ duct numb . , Irolll.t" a 11 AsthmBco'
the s'otouoe-.t. IVitiehy l HIO\VI " "VI
MII ( lives ii . 1)'IItlm. I'
1'or'h"I : In ICed Oak hnOM. . P. lIven. ,
lenuluruetor of Clue leliuueieioue restaurant. mn" .
1:11. : Waco Cni'onerly n mlron,1 . Inl , nlHI whnt ,
tee .sys IHln ) ' wi deeply ) ' interest Ilullr h or
l'eolle In "eolc" 1011 , \ lucre ice tIns been S
flmlar figure for ) 'onrs Mr , l val n.1 , .
. ri :
at. S. uvacc . , fled Oak , In 1 '
" .tftt'i' n tlcornugtc . trial I silo conviciCeil that
II \ '
the COllelnnd IIHI ! h."nrcl 9)'slcl eon\llco,1 ! tics
mnsl 1II'IIK 11 nnd COO nrC tiieOi3P le custarris
steel fleet icictt Ilnlmonl Inw II'ror , ' Ih' inctultc.
11 Imml'l lcl"ley I wi say ( rankly Illhlc
Imow of nothing 10 I heKl1 10 I'om"nte Wi I to It.
"In I ) ' coca Ihe C bc'iccu'tlitC : IIHI cccotleuccctlcs
trouble , le,11 wih e"tlrrh of Shot throat , wlctcC .
. ienead'ulowcswan,1 . , whlc. S
.Ir Ilownwnrl Ihrl h Ilco itcngu' , 1lclng the
air passages In n ch"olic slate uS tnilauesoceectory
rnlrclnn , ( lslnK I SOnNQ of ' Inlinunliory
, In 8re-
nOFS tlcrnccgleout , , <
Ihrn hell lice dual mukll II , llcult
or Painful 10 Lt'catlee. 1 hUll
1111nfll spells of
. Irellh ( com- - -
Inll\'o . .1 frm Iho pal ' ' Flrls ,1.lress.
boiL e\el hum I dll not breathe wih nnlutal
rulncIs or comecloo t. Arer I shell anile or a
lIttle e".rlon Ihe air I' HKel 111"1 scenic 10
Close tigict. ccied tiuceecteec SOCI
! Ihl 1111 Ihl'oilen ceo with decitit from
surneo 101. wih Icllh
"I \ory winter 1 hC'lmo worEe , send my
Irolblo tenet been wOII kiceC on Ie r" seven or
duet ' ' . . , ,
"Kht ) 'I'ar. Tic hronchlnl 1"nKh WIR Ionrlo
In the extreme , tenet with the Ihronl cu'id hond
entlrh hl'IlnR I" )11 lice IIOWI I ItR < lteu'lnecr
In honlh rIght nlong. I got F lint I could
not rnt a good mcol wlhoul great eliot tness or
tucatte couKhln on,1 wheezIng.
"My cl e was mlnlf'sl ) ' InclroLI ' by any
ordlnll' niecens . bunt a eoscrso or tecatleceect with
Ur. Shellr,1 bmughl cue toonpueto relief from
I cell the ' ' , I leave . , relef
al l'mllols : " " .Iolcrlbc" Anyon.
who choMes Is nl liberty 10 address
Iberly ol"res le on the
subject at alY tlnsc. " .
DRS. COPELAND & SIEP ARD '
ROOMS 31 AND 312 NEW YORK LIFE
BUILDING , OMAHA NII3.
Office Hours-9 to 1 a. m. : 2 to 5 p. !
Evenlngs-'Vednesdnys and Saturdays
only I to 8. Sunday , 10 to 12. m. ) .1. ,
- - .
( t"S t * - . .
. - r'
, , ,
( : i
PEc S _
. R O AGENT ' S , , t. ;
' . rh rubli is
respectfully : .
: - _ _ - . invied to visit us on Wednesday and ' . , } ; :
. O bursday afternoons of eacb week . . , ; it " > : . I
. S and see in pracical operation tbe .
. . ' S ' bounclry in ibe
, \X/est \ / , a * s ' '
Lillul U Vegetable ,
Prepared Croon tlse original to rnula rr
rervedin . tInt Arehiverof the i.oly 1.anulheav
.ig ass autbenlic lust ory dating baea G0oyesrca
A POSITIVE CURE
( oral ) Stomach , Kidney and Rowel
troubles , especially
OHRONIO CONSTIPATION ,
Price 50 ccaotu. Sold by all druggists.
rho Fra'icisuan Remedy Co. ,
La , v&r : URE. Sy , , ouiooo , ui. .
C for Circular i , o4 HI 2etrnfrd Ciad&w
F0r sate by iluibu & Co. , 15th & flougUs
Teeth Without Plates.
1S BAILEY I
- ' . - . , ' , DENTiST.
1ttatt ts I
, ; , I
I"tihl Set Teethe. , .I 5.C 'Sils on Fillitoirso , . i.00 i
ltubt 'i'ut'tlc. . . . . 7.1's' ) l'eero Gold Illiluogs .G )
'i'heiic l'iate. . . . . . . , 10.01 Galui Ce'ocves , 21k . 0.00
l'csini''ss ' Extratc'n We Iio'isigo ue'thctootlc , oD )
Tieth Out In Morning , I
New Teeth Same Day. I
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.r : ; : ; : : : ; STEAM DYE WORKS
I- cO ' 'S ii All bciojels of Dyeing
4 L ut' ' i ' - i ' icted Cleaning deco icc
II I I f thee highest uetylo of
STrAtA Li ' tine art , Fndt'tl and
ti I Lfli'l rtainecl fabrics
= - et. , , VW to bole as good as
= 5 new , Work promnptly
I ' . cloclo and deliverea
t.uL i ; t4ORK " 11 4s ; ; " i
. : ' -n JjL I' . , - "
! - S ' Mi'iCIIiP.
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55. . 5 . , . " , . . , , 1 J'raprlotor
_ tIrctthVflyflecSVflOttt % '
OEO. P. SANFORI ) , A. WY , RIIIICMAN ,
l'residecnt. C.cslcier ,
First National Bank
of COUNCIL BLUFF9 , Iowt.
Capithti , . $100,001)
1''olits , . . . 12,000
One cf ties eldest Leant. in ibis mints of Iowa ,
We solicit your busIness sad colieciton , . Vo
pay S tier cent on CImuis deposIts , S'c sviii be
pietised to see and sets' . you.
SIMS & BMHBRIDGE Atlnrtesys-eet.Lctsv
I Practice iii the Stab
ccciii iotlercti Courts. ltoorr IPJ-7.5.9 , Stcuani
IJiock , L'ouuuoli 1itutr , iucys ,
NEW FACES AlA. A1iOUTCiIAtrcIte'c1
the I'estures used itemoy.
tour lilemi.ieeIo iw' p. tero fur is stasis" ,
JoleujE. Woudhury , lB W.iditt..Nt ,
Lancelot , ug SVotedburi' . scial uLi.
l'IOl'OSAIA FOR PI1IN'I'INCI , '
Scaled lroliosnis ss'lii be received by the
Stctlo liourci of I'rlciliieg ut bloc olllco of
thu secretes ) ' of Htnte on or hiefore 2
o'clock P. Iii. Jeeciouary 28. 15)5 , too' thu pi'lsct.
I oil-c II ad bhndi cc g I a isa leer twelve leo ted reel
( i2)0) coekn of Hoe unoouai report of tlco
Suite hiccnking liuarti for lice ycac' lbUi , in
accordaisco S'Itlc Lice siecciticatiociui oh itlo
iii thee bccnhiicg departojcvcmt.
Work to be coinlietei and delivered tea
time 0111cc of the State Iiumciticog hoard neb
to exet'tl thirty ( SO ) tinys ( corn tlce award-
iur of thee contract.
J. A. PI1'IIil , Hs'ccetary of State. I
Dated Junucary 10 , 11)7 , , iLe3mtc5
SpciI Natics-OounciI Bluffs
CIIIMy8 : CJ.BANItIJ ; VAUI.Td ijLB.\NOD.
Cd Clunk , . at % Y. S. hiocoer's. SE tOroadeyccy.
L.AitGl'1 i'ill.Vl'II JIAItN Foil ItFN't' NBAI1.
court icuus. . .tppit' at lies ciltcs , Council lutiSt. .
\VANT11I ) 'i'tS'O J'dhcSONH 'JO ILOOti AND
bee'd ; ; ccii oisv'.rlescuu , , IncludIng tttlc. Li 52 ,
volt itte , "t.'t' wo VtJItNlHLil't ) cOlt 1ifl1tiil.
selsiced souoiccs , iou desirable irticcton , for counts
and wits ; ceo obicetion to a clelid. Iscijuif , I
boa yirab tIVIOUS ,