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I . - TIlE OMAHA DAILY BIDE : rrUESDAY , nRUAUY G , 1895. ! ) 3 ,
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THE OMAHA DAILY BE ! < .
OFFICE : , . NO. 12 PEAL BT EET.
Dtlvee b ) rarer 10 an ) pat or the cl )
H. W. TILTON , Lec.
I 'E.ErnONE lullnu. omee No < : nlahl
. dtcr. ( No 23.
1II11ifl . .U ' \'TIUN.
Grand hotel , Council llIufTs , reopend Oct. 1. I
, 639 Droadway.
MaYI' Real Eslate agency
Remember the Odd Felows dance this
nenlnl Woolman hail.
The 10,1/0 Light Olarls , will give a party
tomorrow evening at the armory.
JIIIgO McOeo ! prolllo,1 , at police court yes-
tOThty morning. Only one vag was up for
a hearing an,1 , ho WM discharged. ,
The subject for the sermon ot Hov. WI-
llama at the Latter nay Saints' church to-
night 18 the second , coming Christ.
Thtre will be a meeting In the Young Meu'8
Christian assocl ton rooms , corner Broadway
and , Main stret , tonight at 7:30 : o'clock. .
Pigrim Sister Charity cub will meet at
the residence ot Mrs. I. E. Shepard , 30.
South Nlnt'l street , tomorrow afternoon at
1 :30. :
The tunerl or William Henry Hal will
take place lomorow afternoon at 2 o'clock at
the r011lence. 1623 Avenue C , Hev. O. W.
Snyder ofcial In !
t Annlo Norgarl. agctl 2 years , tiled yesterday -
day morning nt 7 o'cloclt. The funeral will
take plnco this afternoon nt 2 p. m. , from
the residence , 1901 South Twelfth street.
Miss Amlla Tinley tel whIle skating on a'
pond near her home Saturday evening and
suffered , a fracture nenr the ankle , which
will keep her confined to her room for several
Colonel ltccd Is hauling sand , on the ice :
In front ot Grnnd Plaza at Manawa. About
2.000 loads , wi be usc < . When the ice melts
an artificial beach will be formed . extending
quite ( n way beyond the present bcach.
At a comblne meeting ot the Odd l clowB
ot the city a vote.ot thanks was extended
to MIss Mamlo Ot for her assistance as
organist : at the Odd j'eilovs' services at the
Christian tabernacle , Sunday , afternoon.
A fire alarm was sent In yesterday afternoon -
noon from the reshlencc ot O. G. Baird on
North Eighth street . where some one hall
carelessly thrown some hot asheS out against
a cellar window 'ho chemical engIne cx-
tingutahed the blaze without loss.
While Charles Williams . son pt Martin
Williams , living nt mghth avenue and Avenue
I. was hauling Ice Sunlay , afternoon , his
. . . ' and
. 'h. wagon struck A. n. Nicholas' platform
the Jolt threw him out. One wheel ot the
wagon passed over his arm and bruised I.
but no bones were broken.
William Henry flail died ot consumption
Sunday morning aged 61 years , at his rest-
< ence. 1623 Avenue C. He was a prIvate
In' company 1 , Seventh rqlment ot Illinois
. volunteer cavalry. lie leaves a wife. two
sons antI two aughters one ot the later
residing at Cripple Creek Col.
Wo have over $300.000 to Ilan upon improved -
proved Iowa tarms. Farmers desiring loans
can sa"e money by dealing direct with us ,
thereby saving agent's commission. We do
not loan on wild Inn < ! . nor In Nebraska.
Lugee & Towle , 236 Pearl street.
U"mnall 1 l.n\lnl 1 nel\1nl 1
. . , The late clearIng sale has left us a big lot
- t. ot remnants and short lengths , In all kinds
ot gods , which we must close out Quickly ,
These goods will be laced on sale Monday
at Ilrlces that are bound to sell them. Come
and look them over , ycu may find just what
Remnants ot silks.
Remnants of dress goods.
Hemnanata ot muslins.
Hemnants ot slieetlngs. .
Hemnanats ot table linen. "
Remnants ot ginghams.
Remnants ot prInts.
. Uemnants ot laces and embrohlerle8
. . l Odd and ends In hosIery underwear and .
. ' gloves at greatly reduced prices.
S FOWI.El DICK & WALKEIL
BOSTON STORE ,
: qouncl Bluffs , Ia. '
1'IOfL i'4ft4fLU.1I'll2. .
: J. M. Treynor loft . last evening for Des
3 . II. L. Robertson ot Neola was In the city
General James D. Weaver let yesterday
: for MIchigan , to' deliver a populist ad < rcss.
" : t O. U. 'Vheel ot Wheeler & HereM. Is
" ' conOn'ed to his house by a severe attack ot the
Mr. and Mrs. W. Moore are the parents ot
a fine boy baby , and the head clerk at Dennison -
nison Uros. Is the happiest man In town.
- Arthur Stmson , who was connected with
tile city oniineer's torte In this city tour
years ago Is now deputy county surveyor
at Houston , Tex.
C. K Bell ot Bell & Kent . archle ts , has
returned from St. Joseph . 1Ich. . where he
! went to blJn the contract , for the erection ot
the nol county court house.
; ' , United Slates Marshal Frpnk P. Bradley
' and Deputy Marshal C. II. Bradley have
: returned trom a lerm or court at Keokuk.
Fourteen Inche ! ot snow covers the ground
n. BWescott arrived In tile city Sunday
night trom I\unsas City and has been shal-
lag hands with his numerous friends here.
He bas been connected with the Cincinnati
Enquirer for more than a year past , and Is
now star cOrreSIJomlent. Ho was married
to u young lady In laYlvle , Ky. . a couple '
I ot month anti they will '
: ago wi malI their
home In 01110'S metropolis. Mrs. Westcott Is
IOW "Isiling relatives In I\unsas City.
None Is so che.1p to use as Dr. Price's
Baking Powder , as It alone Is absolutely
pure. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Want 1 I Ono 111 Levy.
The park ccmmlsloners held a nieelng !
' . ' ) ester,1y afternoon and passed n resolutIon
requestn ! the city council to submit tl the
voters at the sprlne election a propcslton to
levy a tax ot 1 mill on ) all city 11'opcrt ) . . the
nrolnt so raised to be used In carrying on
the work ot the commission. 'fhere I no
provision 110W , blt tile 1-lnhii levy . It made ,
will bring In $5,000. I was decided to 1ay
, time relilest ( % before the council at the metng
last cvenlng. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
. cvenlng."r's .
. \ ' : Ivri's ' Iedl.ell 'rhcra.
5k I.adlcs' and gents' underwear 15e.
Men's 851 laundered shirts , Oc.
Special sale or Indle3' muslin underwear.
760 cream slId whltG tlble linens at 45c a
3'aril. . .
Btachc,1 , and ulbleachc < , towelng , 4c yard .
' \ Lace curtains , 45n a pair . .
'I Lace eUltalnelte , 12'.c.
t rOe Door oiL cloth , : Uo a . yard , ' "
? Swls aud Hamburg embroldery , lo a
. . ' , S yard ' .
k Splul . .lk , 'So a sllool. '
Vavra's Nel Dry Goods Store
'rU"'lhll ' ) Cleric.
. O. D , Wheeler I the \ tQwnshlp clirk.
J. n. nrlehneh , wal elected last fall to 01
V cupy the plAce " "tIC 1y Geolge I. Oalle ,
but the first Monday In January came anti
"Ent , and hG ( shod to qualify. The lownshlll
hustcel : accordingly , heM 1 meeting Saturday
\ and elected Vllceler lie hal malle In in-
vCtglton " 1,1 ; Iinds that time ofilce hn a
salary atbltlllleflt ( ot " ' 125 a year .
Sao tour Money ,
Dy lnvel.ting In the stock ot lbs Savings ,
Lan and luldlnl association or Couhcl
IlluiTi. Incorporated In 1877. Monthly pay-
ments ot $ .00 I'er' ' share , netting the Inventor
, t , about 10 per cent Interest. 'en aeries al.
I I ready paid out , which fully demonstrates
'I the ability ot the association to mature its
L ( i stock In about sventy.fve monthly Ilay-
\ , menls. No loans mad outside ot Council
I U Bluffs , and alt applications eXamined and
k passed upon by a majorIy ot the bead ot
I directors. flood loans wanted , Pull Informa-
1 ton cnn be obtained 't the office ot D. W.
, , OUs ! ecrotary , no Main street , or any ot the
' following director ; It. 'Yo Hueton , Frank
, It Grau , John Brown A. S. Hueton , I. O.
. Deebe , A. H. Walker , E. B. Hat , l ? ' . O.
Lugee , S. S. Leonard.
Just received , a new tne ot stamped linens
and Houlan braids . Art linens by the yard ;
leslenl ill embroidery , hemstitchlug . drawn
work and Iiouian lace. OiIer work done.
Misses Clark & \'etzeI . . 337 Broadway .
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I Gas heating stoves for rent anti for sate at
1 Council Bluffs Oas company' offiCe
NEWS \ PROI I l COUNCIL tUFFS
'TrGublo Brewing nt the Coming TraubuDl
. Grand Lodge Meeting.
IOWA AE . NEBRASKA - lCD3rS . DISAGREE
JakrJo 1ienitcrn Wish to UnIte ,11
.nllol anti Missouri , White thin SI-
branka l'cnlla Wlh to Continue
the Present Arrangement.
National Grand Master J. Leiner ot the
German Order ot the Treubund passed 1 through
the city yesterday on his way from Bell-
vilie . Ill. , to Norfolk , Neb. , where he Is to
attend the meeting of the grand lodge ot
Iowa and Nebraska ot the order. lIe was at
the meeting ot the local lodge : last evening
and a very lively session was hehl. lie made
a speech and numerous maters were tls- :
cussed with reference to the coming meeting
ot the grand 1011ge.
The meeting to be held at Norfolk tOllay Is
likely 10 result In sate serious difficulties .
From I what can be learned , the Iowa 10lges ,
headed by the loge at Denison , have come '
to the conclusion that they would rather unite
with the lodges 1 ot Missouri and Illinois In
the payments ot the sick benefit fund , whie
the lodges ot Nebraska are violently eprosed
to this schcme. Under the present system
Nebraska and Iowa 'pay their own death benl
fits . and It Is claimed by the Nebraska people -
pie that to Join with lnols ! and Missouri
would Increa the expenea. Both aides are
very fixed In their dedres. and there seems
to be a strong probability that a rupture will
take place before the close ot the grand ledge 1
meeting . whereby Nebraska and Iowa will
have separate grand , 10lges. The grand lodge
ot Iowa and Nebraska Is In debt to the extent -
tent of several thousand dollars , but the
iinois and Missouri lodges are wIlling to
take them In , nevertheless and assume their
Indebte ness. I Is on this account that the
Iowa pacple are In favor ot uniting. The
TreubuDI society Is very strong In both
Council Buts and Omaha , particularly the
latter which number 600. J. E. Ahles and
II. Voss will renresent the local lodge ot
Council Bluffs . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Perfect keeping properties belong . to Dr.
Price's Baking Powder , because I.s abso-
lutely pure. _ . _ _ _ _ _ _
: Inln TII Volt JJI AO O1tDlN.'NCE.
Juckller Must l'ity 8' a \oar for Their
, , .
The city counc:1 : held Its regular monthly
meetng last evening , with Mayor Cleaver
and Aldermen Brewlck , Geason , Orahl , Kel-
icr Nicholson , Hshton , Spelman and White
The question ot regulating the size ot bread
loaves was again brought up by the Intro-
ductlon ot a petitIon asking that an ordi-
nance be passed reQulrng : all loaves oFfered
for sale to be not less than twenty-four
ounces In weight. I was signed by thc following -
lowing grocers : William Fitzgerald , ' John
Morgen , Peter Thou , William Arml & Sn ,
R. J. Hancock , 1' . W. Kodwelss & Co. . 1' .
Ounnou , H. Toiler , lax I\rel < ler. Nels I
Johnson , Wilam Rapp , O. C. Sorensen WI- I
lam Dachter , E. A. Morgan , Sam Marks '
Johnson & Olson , A. W. Docllhol , Ed Wi-
son , G. W. I.evlst. W. C. Spctman W. C.
Dickey & Co. , J. H : . Cooper W. S. homer ,
James & Haverstocl and S. T. McAteo.
At the request ot Alderman Keller the
matter was laid over In order that the coun-
cil might have a chance to look up the Omaha
ordinance on thc same subject. Peter Smith ,
the godfather ot the scheme , said that thc
ordinance was identical l with that ot Omaha.
The .ordlnancc fixing huckster licenses at
$76 per annum was passed , Orahl , Nicholson
and Rshton young qo.
The ordinance allowing sIdewalks to be
built ot stone , brick or plank on any graded
street where the council may deem It best ,
was passed . unanimously.
Tle .0rilllnce prohibiting \ persons not
passengers tram Jumping on or oft moving
. motor ' trains was passed unanimously
The nark commissioners presented are-
Quest that the council submit to the voters
a proposition for a I-mi tax levy for park
purposes. It was grante
A petition for tile extension ot Falrvl
avenue Into r'alrmont park was referred to
the committee c the whole.
The new light schedule , prepared by Harry
Evans . electrician ot the electric light com-
'pany , amId City Electrician Bradley , was ex-
plalne by them. I was beter adapted to
: this place than the Philadelphia , they said
, but gave the same number of hours' Ight :
each night. . It was adoptel.
The city clerk was instructed to notify
, the property owners 'on Oakland avcnue or
their assessments for paving. ' He was also
instructed to secure a copy ot the Omaha
bread ordinance. _ _ _ _ _ i
Yes , the Eagle "aundry Is "that good
laundry " nns located at 724 Droadway.
I In doubt abet this , try I and be convinced.
Dent forget name and number. Tel. 157.
Wanted , competent cook , at 60S First
avenue. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Forger In thu Tolls.
Hans Schmltteln , the young and goo looking -
Ing German who Is now serving sentence In
, the Omaha Jai for some little fInancial
crcolledness a few das ago , will have an opportunity -
portunity of renewIng acquaintance with a
number ot trends on this _ side ot the river
as son as his term Is out. About two '
months ago he was employed by J. C. Wilcox
and was Imown to have a bank account lie
went to F. V. ' . Spetman and bought a bill cf
goods amounting to $35 and paid for them
with a checlt. When : Ir. Spetman .toole the '
check to the bank I was thrown out for lack '
or tunds. ScllJlteln had made himself
scarce , and , although he has not given Coun-
ci Bluffs th cold shoulder entirely , fpetman
was unable to fInd him.
Last Wednesday he paid a visit to thIs
sldo ot the river and bought SO cents worth
ot groceries at C. F. Nehon's store , at the
corner ot Broadway and Frank street. lie
presented a check for $7.76 , bearIng the signature -
nature ot A.V. . Pinney , a well Itnown
farmer ot this county , and It was promptly
cashed When the check was turned In at
the bank itYfl thrown out as a torgery.
Saturday he was here again and tried to pan
a check for $ S.7& on Thomas Hshton , I , . M.
Shubert and Dcle ! Payne , three merchants In
Streetavllie. This check borohe \ forged
sIgnature ot F. I ) . hail . Rshton and Shubert
refused 111111 . , to cash I , but Payne accommodate
Tile Council Bluffs Savings bank Is out
about $95 as the result ot an acquaintance
wih tills ) 'OUnl man. About the time that he I
worl.el for Sretman he called at tile bank
with a check which he wanted cashed. The
chlcr had : seen him before and supposed he
: < suppose
was all right. Schmltleln had been talking
ot otartng out In the fish busIness at Oor-
don , Neb. , with about $1,200 , which 110 had
received from hil home In Germany . Mr.
Spetman telegraphed to the bank In Gordon
where SChllleln , had told him he kept his
money , and asked . I Sehmlleln was dali- i
dully good "Not.tor more thar U.n , " wired ;
back the benic cashier.
The Cross Gun company or Omaha , It Is
said , holds two ' \'orthleH checks ot hits , aggregating -
grtglng 7160. lIe also bought a wheel ot
the CNnlany anti pawned It at a Council
Dues second han store for $20 , leaving im-
medlatel after for I\lns City , where he
hiss been ever Illce ,
Schmittlcin's father Ins In Germany and
II welt lixed , . It I. claimed that he wIll pay
almcrt any amount to leeep the young man
out ot the PenitentiarY . 50 that h'l victims
have collie hopes ot getting a rettement out
ot him Arrangements were made yesterday
with the Omaha court whereby his twenty-
day sentence wilt be suspended and he will
be brought to this side this morning for a
Jliurlaao 1.1"'n. .
The following marriage lrense were issued .
sued yesterday : \
Name and address . Age.
J. N. anI allren. . Potawnlamle c.ounly. . . . 28
I.lie Hutchinson , I'uttawatturnie county 22
John \V . Gribble , Omaha . . . . . . . . . . 2
Kate L I\ennedy , Macedonia , Ia. . . . . . 22
Davis seia ! drugs . . paltts and glass cheap .
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ClimigetIl , Will Nut Ace.
Gcncral H. F. 'rut eeh'ed a letter yea-
h'rdlY ! rol Conremol la&er ot Iowa In
\I'lch the latter stated that congrua would
lOt take any action at this session on either
: ho currency or the Pacific railroads bills.
s congress must adjourn March 4 , ho
thinks an extra session will b required to
11epso ot theo matters.
For coughs all colds ' get Ballard's horehound -
hound cough syrup a't Delav n's drug store.
Neatest drug store-Taylor's . , Grand hotel.
Tou Stroll 10 .ork.
A. W. nelkman , cashier ot the First Na.
tenal bank , had , a lively toot race yesterday
after n young man who appropriated a duii
nor at his hands , without making any 111e
Quato return theretor. The young fellow
spun a sorrowful yarn abut the emptiness
of all timings and particularly himself . and
Me nelkman's sympathIes were aroused . lie
gave him a dinner after the young man hall
promised that he would do some little odd
Jobs about the houso. As soon as he had
surrounded , the dinner , however he remem-
beretl a business engagement he had else-
where , all anti , he was making a hot teeter
for elsewhere whcn Helkman spIed 1dm
Helkman gave chase and filIally caught him
on Broadway amI turned him over to the
police. At the staten he gave the name ot
James Morris and was slated with va-
grancy. _ _ _ . _ _
Perfection In al Its qualities Is Dr. Prlco's
flaking l'owder , because p It's absolutely pure.
fl"Sll n U'p . : "HC7.11 , T.
Jllo Wlkenehl I.els tip 1 Little on 1
\"tulhurT County tiondier.
SIOUX CITY , Feb 4.-Speclal ( Telegram. )
-Thc criminal cases against county officers
are coming up for trial this week. When
district court opened this morning Judge
Wakefeld announced that he hall rule on
another ot the motions to quash Indictments
against Ti F . Icvlngton , cx-county attorney.
This tme h3 quashed it. The trial on one '
indictment was to have begun today , but went
over till tomorrow.
Ievlngton has opened a headquarters at
Hotel Iiooge . anti the rotunda ot the hotel
suggested all day today that n political con-
venton might b3 In progress. lie has had
several detectives at work for months hunt-
lug up evidence and witnesses and getting his
defense In ehape. Around his headquarters
today were the entire crowd or officers or
ex-ofilcers who had been concerned with him
In his dealings with thc county , comparIng
evidence at han , and discussing the process
for the trial. One 'or the questions that agitates -
tates them Is whether E. R. Roberts , who as
deputy auditor was the tool or the booilers ,
will be here to testify. Last summer Roberts
was brought back trom Virginia hy the cit-
zens' commitee to testify. He turned statc's
evidence and It was the entering wedge In
the bIg task of the committee. lie was allowed -
lowed to go back to his old home and nobody
but County Attorney holism knows whether
he will ba here for this trial. I he comes he
will make a hard case for Dcvlngton : It not ,
the result Is less certain. The first Indictment
under which Devlngton will be tried Is for
conspiracy to defraud the county by stuffing
the' lists or witnesses before the grand jury ,
and taking the fees that were drawn In the
names ot the fictitious persons.
81'INSEY'S sul'I'LEMENTAILY STOILI ! .
It Will lie Filed Along with the Examining
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( ommlh'l's n.port.
DES MOINES , Feb. 4.-Speclal ( Telegram. )
-The report ot thc committee ot examina-
ton ot the Iowa Deposit and Loan company
will be made public tomorrow morning an <
Is In substance the same as outlined In these
dispatches Dr. E. C. Spinney , ex-secretary
and manager , was seen to < ay. He said that
the Insnuatons that he hal misused thc
company's money were wholly wihout foundation -
daton , and that any charges ot that kind
can be easily refuted by the books them-
selves. He says the examining commitee
has rejected his contract , but the directors
have not done so.
"I have consulted attorneys as to those
matters . " said Dr Spinney , "an they ask
by what right McHugh and Ueeson pass
upon the legality ot the contract. The situation -
ation now Is that under this contract with
the company I am entitled to about $4,000 ,
and It the contract Is invalid then I am out
that much and owe the company about $16-
000. My attorneys will prepare a document
for submission along with McHugh and De'e-
son's report , so the directory will be shown
our side ot the case. Thc business ot the
company Is all right. The stock Is gilt-
edged , and It Is only plain truth to say the
business wi go on just the same under
other management and the company wIll not
' suffer from the report ot this examining
When asked the question direct as to
whether the Iowa Deposit and Loan company
had paid any member ot the last general
assembly money to help defeat all loan and
building association legislation , he emphat-
Icaly denied the charge , sayIng that not one
dollar was paid to any member or the legIslature -
Islature , nor to anyone else to bo palll to
any member ot the legislature , to influence
his vote one way or the other. When
asked Is he , Spinney , hal opposed legislation I '
seeking to control loan and building assoc-
atlons , he said no : that he bad favored legislation -
atons Islaton to control such associations . but had
been opposed to some ot the particular tea-
, tnres In the bill which was finally perfected
In the house , but as finally amended It should
have been paned.
The compan was reorganized hero tonight
by the election ot John IcHugh ot Ceresco
as president . anti Byron A. Decson as secre-
tary These men conducted the investigation.
John Wyman , former president was made
Secretary ot State McFarlaml went to
Chicago tonight to see about certaIn bon investment -
vestment companies which he has refused
incorporatiomm and who have been trying to
compel him by mandamus proceedings. The
Iowa laws are weak respecting thee companIes -
panIes and he proposes to fight It out wIth
such companies , for he considers thcm
swindlers. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
BOilS UI ( L.\t [ IN\ ' , LID.
Lyon County , Inwa , IcltWCI of n IIoavy
SIOUX CITY , Feb. 4.-The famoUS Lyon
county bon case was decided by the supreme
court ot the United States today affirming
the < ecllon ot the lower court. The decision
Is In favor ot the county , and disposes ot a
case long In litigation . wlplnl out a debt ot
about $360,000 , princIpal and Interest , rellre-
sentc ! by . bonds. _ . .L The L H. case _ u _ ' Is . _ ' said . ' _ 'uu to _ . have H. _
grown out or steams 1 Ule cuny Ustury UI duO
county. When the county was organized the
organizers wanted It to get some swamp
lands. I was the custom to give these lands
to the county for educational purposes. Lyon
coulty had no swamps , and the IJlan was to
get sOle ot the lan declared swamp land
anyhow. Accordingly the county board au-
thorlzell the expenditure ot Immense amounts
for lawyers and In other ways to establish
that there were swamp lands In the counly.
In this way bonds were issued from tme to
time and the debt became imnniemise In 1885
refunding bonds were Issued 10 take these up
to the amount ot $203.000. mind It Is on these
refunding bonds thm'tt t time fght has been malle.
'rhe case went through the state and the
federal court. In the stale court It was
held that the bonds were invalid. This was
In ai , old case tounlled ou an injunction which
the citizens of time couuty secured to restrain
the payment ot interest on the bonds After
the case was settled one ot the owners ot
bonds sued on them and got the case into the
federal court This Is the case settled by the
federal court. 'lime bonds are held as follows :
Aetna Life Insurance company . $35.000 :
Orient Jre Insurunee company , $10.000 ; Hartford -
ford Steam Boiler Inspection and Fire Insurance -
ance company , $10.000 ; United Stales Na-
tonal bank ot hartford , $15,000 ; Connecticut
Mutual Fire Insurance company , $15,000 ;
Keene Flve.Cent Savings bank Keene , N. II. ,
$30,000 ; Elza I Faulkner ICeene N. hi. ,
$0.000 ; Society for Savings , Cleveland , 0. ,
$30,000 ; O. n. Provoi , Dubuque. $20.000 ; I. . ;
ii' . Drake , St. I'aui , $8,00 ; J , . E. Judd ,
$20,010. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
EUllrem" Court liecisluni .
DES MOINES , F'eh 4.-Special ( Telegram. )
-The following supreme court decisions were
fed today ; O. J. Pearson , et al. , appellant ,
against L n. Christman , administrator ,
atrmtl ; the Slate ot Iowa against Riley
ne\"ln , appelant , Iowa district , slummed ;
Mary Foley ct ai . illaintiffs. against Mary
McNamura ot al. , defendants , and Cornelius
J. McNamara , defendant. appellant , Wood.
berry district , afhirmned ; Nonlyke , Marmon &
Co. , against Jones Drus. et 01. Lyon district ,
afrmed ; H. I . Punlo\ against Jackson
Patterson & Co. et 01. . appellants , Wood-
berry district , affirmed ; J. II. 101t. appellant ,
against John l'etcrtorm , Emmet district , re-
AFFAIRS AT SOUTh OMAHA
" 'T '
President Cheek says no ti\\Tr \ No More
NOT PLEASED BY CHOLEQARD'S ACTION
Ncv Course or Stn1r In , IIBI School Uc-
cldctl On slid 1 ' 1lcher leclelt-teet-
Ing or time Live Mock Exchmamige- :
Other lalo City ' \ \
_ GIIII '
The Beard ot EducatIon Mn regular ses-
slon last evening. Mr. Odeori' was the only
member absent. Mr. Olson occupied the
chair. Bills amounting to $3,620.76. IncluI'
lag time January salaries ot teachers and Jan-
items . were allowed.
Superintendent Iunrce reported that the
total enrolment ot pupis on September 1
last was 2,2.3 ; average daily attendance In
January 1,722. The total attendance for the
different schools for January was : Central or
high school , 652 : Lowell , 14 ; West SIde ! ,
356 ; Ighlan < , 95 ; Aibrlglit 163 ; Brown park ,
38S ; Hawthorne , 226 ; Lincoln 160.
Miss Anna Fltel was appoInted as a substitute -
Isttute teacher at Brown Park school for
two weeks to take the place ot Mlss'Hunter ,
who ness. has been compEled to go home by Ill-
ness.Ir. . Cheek brought up the QUEstcn ot cbs-
Ing the schols June 7 , and made a motion
to that effect . Secretary Hogan s'econllCI the
motion. Thomas anti Oleson voted against
the mot'on ' II eXlllalnlng his vote Olesn
said he was In tavcr ot running the schools
to the lmit ot the term , June 2S. Mr.
Thomas refused to give any reasons for vot-
lag against the maotion .
Mr Pearl stated that he hall had a talk
with time school superlntcllent and hall
learned that the work could be fnlshCI up
by June 7 wihout etrlment to the pupils .
asmil therefore he would vote for Check's mo-
ton every time It cme up.
Oleson saId the time tl economize was at
the beginning or a school term , and not at
the later end and was In favor of cutting
off the month ot September rather than June.
Mr. Cheek said that 1m understood why his
motion had ben voted down , amId It was be-
cause he ( Cbcek ) bad made It. Further-
more , Cheelt said that he would make no
more lort to economlzo In any department
The blame for the hoar < 's hllebteiuess would
then rest where It belonged . as hc imad used
his best endeavors te curtail expenses
Mr. Pearl spoke In favor ot instituting a
business course In the High school and cm-
ploylng a teacher , and Mr. Cheek move <
that Proto Deck be employed as a teacher
for the business course at a salary ot $60 per
month. Time snottoim was carred. :
moton - - _ . -
Live Stock 1 1"hlll' " .leottmig.
At a meeting ot the Live Stock exchange
yesterday afternoon W. 11. RIce , D. Chamber-
ln and II. F. Hamilton were admitted to
An invitation from the Texas Live Stock
exchange to attend a celebration at San
Antonio February 12 was rea < . I was de-
oiled that owing to the dull times the exchange -
change could not send a delegation to San
The boar ot directors at. the exchange held
a short meeting and adjourned until next
meetng < unt
Saturday. _ _ _ _ _
: llllc tidy UO"Hlp.
During the month or January City Inspector
howard . condemned . nlne y.sixcattie and six
I' I , 'I _
Mr. Harry Carpenter ot tl Union Stock
Yards offices has gone to Crtston , la. , for a
few days' visit. I'
Owing to the lack ot a' Quorum there was
no mectng ot the city council last evening.
Wedumesday meeting. night Is the "ate imet for the next
meelng. p " ' r
Prlce's Cream Daldngl ' 1d\vder Is ot . uniform -
form excellence - , because _ . . 'trs'nbsolutely S. ' . pure.
11.1 ltD 1'.I.LI , 7'.lr8fFVER"IL ?
. _ . _ _ _ _ . _ : . 'JII'
Cro'ds Frogs cwlh Udseniily Fotco Into
Cro's cmiuroIm-E1o \ ' 810Ion.l"
NEW YORK , Feb. 4"The ; funeral ot Ward
McAlster took place from Grace church to-
day. The church was crowded to the doors
and hundreds stood outsIde la the snow. As
the funeral procession entered the church the
venerable Dslop Thomp9JI ct Msslssppl : ! read
the burIal service of the Episcopal church.
The body reposed In a casket ot black broadcloth -
cloth which was literally burled under a mass
ot feral tributes. The crowd was at times
moat unruly Attempts were made to steal
acme ot the flowers and even whole pieces ,
and so great was the clamor for the good 1
places that the late comers crowded right In : .
on the mourners and bind to be forced hack
by the police. As the last of time family party
followed the casketx up the aisle halt a lion-
dre curiosity seekers pressed forward eager
to get Into th : church along with them.
"Oct back there ! " yelled the policeman
who was stationed In the vestbule The
policeman dim ! not parley , but raising his
arms begano pushing right and left. In
this way room was made In time vestibule to
alow the sexton to close the door and keep
out the Intrullers.
Still the crowd stayed In the vestibule while
the services were conducted , and when the
coffin was borne out thcy ( had 10 be shoved
along ahead ot It. One woman clung to an
urn anti would not move. A policeman
seized hCI' by the arm , and dragged her out
In short order. Tile casket was taken to
Greenwood cemetery accompanied only by the
members ot the family.
The chlet mourners were the widow , Hayward -
ward Hal McAllster and Rev. Mr. and J.
Francis Marion McAllister . The bishop ot
MissIssippi was assisted by Rev ' Dr. John H.
limmntington ot Grace church and He\ Platt
Inntngton < HePlat
ot Uochester , N. Y.
O'E 130111' I.\ TiE ( J.tflI.V.
Evidence or 1 lrulul Murder on Board n
Moop ; la 1''orul" ,
NEW HAVEN , I cb. 4.-A private letter to
Alderman D. A. Jaltcslee tNm hs ! trrther
Clarence , who Is at their wInter home In
Rock Ledge Fla , gives part u\rs ot the
supposed murder ot Wilam Norton ot 1111-
nois , who left Providence , H. J. last No-
vemher for the south. Norton was In Providence -
denco to coach the Urown university fi'cit bal
team. About a monlh ago lIe hired a eoop :
at Titusvllle . FIn , anti sale < tlown 'he IndIan
river as tar as Sebastian . On time II1t
trip the sloop put In at Rock Ledge on Prl-
day , January 18 , and Mrs. C. W. Balceslee ,
mother ot the writer , law two mpn on hoard
The sloop lay to for several days with no
signs ot life on boar , andtbis cause , ! Clarence -
Once Uakesleo on Monday , Jmmnuary 28 , 10 In-
vestigato. He found In fhe , cabin the Putrid
body of a man , black'ne < . and , the head
swollen terrIbly. No trace of the 'Ithor man
was tounl. A midnight Juq1ieat ) was hell on
the river banK , and the Iljerll had to cut
away the cabin In omdr to take hut time
body , which hae swollen too arge ttr passage
through the door. Foul I IaYrls ) , i'uspotet1 . but
no definite proof ot It hat JJ em obtalne\ . The
body Is believed to be . 'ul pt : ort'H.
Im.'Tl JJ 7'11 I'l / > L.nN.
That I. time IUlor- 4teulun. or time
I""all" , Uovof .
NEW YORK , I eb. 4.-A special from
Washington Bays : I is . learned from an
authoritative source that tluo ) Hawaiian government -
ernment la seriously , considerIng the advisa-
biiy ot putting to death the royalists who
were promlnent In tub ri ent revoluton
against the government. Intormaton as to
time determinaton ot the government will
probably reach Washington by the next
steamer trom the Islands which will be due
nt San Francisco some time next week. I
Is already known that ex-Queen 1.\uokllanl
will be banished and It Is not Impossible that
she will arrive In the United Slates on the
lame steamer . - -
trltlu"S IB Jar Irom Urak"u ,
DOVEn , Del. Felt . 4.-Two more ballots
Were taken today for United Stals senntor.
They resulted al follows : Higgins , I ; Ad-
dicks , G ; Massey , 4j ; Wolcott , I ; Ntcbolson .
2 ; Tunnel 1. .
CII.dru : liii floor uUtl Itthieii .
KANSAS CITY , l eb. f.-John C. hayes ,
living In Kansas City , Kan. ! was called to
- - - - - _ T-
his door by an unknown man \to last nIgh
and assassinated . No cause IR known for
the mur < er. hayes was I laborer and had
no known enemies
TRAP SHOOTERS WAXING UP.
hteacI-Nicohal and hlermiln-lCenncdy lalchr
thin TOIle ill l'resent. ,
Great Interest Is already being manifested
In the J , C. Henl.George Nicolai tOlve
pigeon shoot , whIch core ! oft next Thurs-
tIny nfernon on the Bemis Park Clout cub
grounds nt the east end ot the big bridge.
The match Is for $100 I :111 10 birds to
the man thirty yards rise . fifty yards
botmntiary American association rules to
gorermm bn the Fame flny antI at the same
place Billy liardin of Cotmacil Illuirs and
flacr Ily Hartln Counci Burs
11. n. Kennedy ot thIs city wilt nlr shoot
I twenty-live live blrll match for $23 a side ,
amid tile two races together Inltt nn at-
IIAllnn urnS nn 1nt'er . nt U , . t\n nni Iran .
_ nm' " . .n . . . _ n. . . . . . . . .u - . . .
: : \s \ st n. ! :
weather there is llt to be t ; or livi' I huh-
tired pectutors Present. : Ir. Head anti : Ir.
Nlcolnl ' e\'enl '
are SUliposetl to be very evenly
mutche.l , but that Is mlre eonjectuiue. ni
none of the local sportsmen have ! el Nb-
olal nt the for several ' . lie -
trap yenta le re-
sides nt Sutton anti Is I wel known sports-
mann nod 1 Ile eliot
There has been comment RII tlsCulon
on the late match hetween .lnhnsmy Hardin
nail J. C. HI I , and the concen"u of opinIon -
Ion Is that lianhin . 01 e\'en term ! wou11
cut Head alive. . Certnln It Ii on lust Tiiumrs-
' tiny , ime-everything eommsideretl-hmls , ' 1 , the
coaching Rend received nt Parmelee'l hands ,
and other cOIIItols leelt'M to mrulou ,
surert(1 1 very deelled , 1innhicap. There
are I hnlf-dozll parties relHly anti InXIOUI
to hack Mr. Hardin II another match for
as Ilro stakes a ! the Plumber sees IJroper
to shoot for I must hot be understo1
that any fault IB found by anyole with
: tr. Head. He eliot n fair square ' gente-
mnlly race anti , wnn emi his lerlts ulder
the prevalnr eOlllol8.
n.\ Y Jli'JtC' OVI : SInS : 1'\lAI.YZJI. :
( letting Back UI the leJut I r Track Upsets
Iln I Rln"'I ' ! fltl" l'uUIIIt.ly.
SAN FRANCISCO I eb. 4.-'he regulnr
course was used for rncingtoulay . and the
guessers were nil out They picked only
the second anti last races . Summaries :
First race . live 111 1 hal ( urlonJs , sell.
immg . maIdens : Ioaton , 9t. Plynn (30 ( to 1) ) ,
won ; Jull : Inrtn , 11) ' , 92. Genn (5 ( to 1) ) . i
sccond : Finesse . S. Cockran (6 ( to 1) ) . tiilrtl '
Time : tl0. : llapboin . Ontnrio Chief C'ow-
hey . lilies , Arctic. Little Bob Tyrone . Dan-
croft , Coquette , J.oehlnvur and 'Ihln also
rum n .
Second , race Ibout Ilx furlon" . selll :
Booze , 102 , Carr (3 ( to 5) ) . won : Ali l ! .
Grlln I to 1) ) . secC"I ; Clacquier HJ1 H.
150m (2 ( to 1) ) . Illrt ! Time : 1:1 : % . Johnn
Ilchnrd Iu'ne. May also ran. Mceartiiy . Iemus nod Sir
'hlrd race seven furlong : BeralHno.
107. GrIffin (10 ( to 1) . won ; I.eonvle. Il0'nrr
(6 ( to 6) ) . scconl , ; Wnrro. 102 H. 150m (10 (
to 1) ) . third. Time : 1:30MI"s : \ Fletcher .
Kit ) ' I. . I.'ar. Gladiator , I.ednln anti Two
Cheers also ran. .
Fourth race live and 1 halt fuirioluge , sell-
lag : lke I. . 1W2 . diem (4' % 10 1) ) . won ; Mollie -
lie H. 97. Hclnrlchl (6 ( to I ) , second ; lnntord ,
9 ; . Flynn (6 ( to 1) ) . thIrd. Time : 1:10 : . . m
'lrano , Experiment gelding . Llarcnliltnc .
Lotmgiminore . Duchess of MII'111 also run.
Fifth race , about six fiirlonrn. Sllhll :
Nebuchednezzam' ' . 87 , R' . 'fsom' it ( G-'won ) ;
Amno 87 , Cockran (3 ( 10 1. ) secontl : Sara-
gossa . 102. Grlln (0 10 1. ) third. Time :
1t : . . Sea Slm , Docksluler. glmn Mnc
Mutineer . Jennie Denne and Little Toush
NEW ORLEANS I cb. 4.-Track hean' :
First race. six furlongs : Miss Gallop (3 (
to 1) ) won Gleesome (1 ( to 5) ) /econd. Merrl
(12 ( 10 1 third. Time : 1:2 :
Second race purse 2-year-ohl , four furlongs -
longs : Gus K (6 ( to b I ) von . Inspector Hnnt
(7 ( to 1) ) second Arsenic (2 ( to 1) ) third. Time :
1 :0 : . . "
Third race . one mile : Lester (8 10 G ) won
Brakeman (6 ( to 5) ) second . Joe 'Woolman (12 (
to 1) ) thtr,1. Time : 1:50. : .
Fourth race six furlongs : Trixie (4 ( 10 1
won . Old Dominion (6 ( to 5) second , ( Reed
(15 ( 10 1) ) third. Time : 1 :20. :
Fifth race , six furlongs : Anna MeNllr ) '
(8 ( to 5) ) won , Fort Worth (2 ( to 1) ) secom1.
Jim T . (5 ( to 1) ) thlnl. Time : 1:20
American Head 1eeoril Allowed ,
CHICAGO , Feb. t.-The following road
recor < , have been allowed by the Century
Road Club of Amcrlca : .
L. C. ' \ahl. Baltimore Washington .
forty-three miles . 2:49 : , October . 18 , 1893 ,
course record. .
eousc : . Gunther 1,0 mIles . 4:17:45 : , October ,
6-1 Ilt , American rceord.
\V. A. Parker five mlcs , 1:181-5 ; ten
miles. 2,1:161-5 : twenty miles , 50:0. : Novem-
her 29. American record.
1I. N KeIm . jr. . eventy-elghit centuries
during 111 $ ; AmerIcan individual century
record for calemlar year
A. A. Hansen 21,0 : . miles during 11t.
American record for Individual mileage for
calendar 'ear. '
N.tonal Steeplechase AssociatIon Meeting '
NEW YOItK . Feb. 4.-A mectng BICCUI'I
stewards of the Ni tonal Steeplechase as -
claton was held today In the Glsey house.
Arrngemenls of the prposed meetng to
be held at Morris Pl'lt In May were .tHI-
cumssed aml It was reported that between .
forty and Itty horses were In training for
the May meeting. New membu were
elected al follows : Edward Kel } ' , Augustus i
Kinson herman Oelrlehs , J. Plenepont ,
Morgan . J. B. UaSAln , Lawrence Kip .John :
G. lecklher , C. F' . lavemeyel' , of New
York J. H. Bradord ot Boston Nelson
Brown cf Phlndelphln Clarence Moore anti
Justn ButerlehJ ot " 'Ashlnllon. J. F'
llckey of Chicago , Rohlnfon Beard of
Brooklyn amIV. . ! . Hearst ot California.
The asscllton now has a membershlll of
scventy-two. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
"rc tlnl Tuurnalent Arranged.
P1TTSDUHG , Feb. 4.-A meetng of
twenty representatives of athletic clubs of
I Alelhnny co'lnty was held In this cIty to < a ) ' .
I at whIch the dates of the national amateur
' champion boxing nail wrestling tournlment
'I were decided upon. 'fhe prelmlnarlcs wi be
hehl March 19 and 20 and the finals will be
hcld on Friday , March 22. The folowing
classes will bp conleRled In : Boxing lOG.
1G. 125. wi 13 and lf8 pOunds \Vrestibng . 105.
15 , 125. 135 and no pounls. , I II thought
the police wi not permit the tourlment
10 take place In this city and In thlt event
It will be held In Aleghan ) ' CI ) ' .
Southern 'Irhl Trl"l Stertet. ,
NEW ALBANY , Miss . Feb .I.-The SJuth-
era field trials began here today nnler
favorable . .circumstnnces. 'Yeather bright
nnd cold. The Derby for pointers anti set-
ters had fourteen startera. Cynosure mn
with l'atonoma ; Joe Chulmlngs with ' 00
wih : Delhi with 1 a ; 'on"s Gale wlh
Lady Clare ; Tony's BOY with .lars : Lady
1liiuire,1 \ alone. Time honors of the day fell , I
to 'rony's ( hole . 'rony'l BOY IM'uly Mildred ,
Deihl , Joe Cummings anti ! Pafonomn In
time order named A decision wi probably
be reached tomorrow.
TroUer4 Jrlnl , Good Money
LEXINGTON. . Feb. 4-Wiitoo , with (
record ot 2:19\ : % \ , 1 famous trotting stallion ,
was sold lt auction nt the 'Voolnrll &
Shantln ) sale today to Lewis & .lhaulh ,
Circlevilie. 0" , for $12.0 after lIvely 1111-
iliac . Oilier coed Bales were : Scourlne.
2:2il : : ½ . by " Wiltomi , to WIlam Simpson New
) $ : GO : Lena Walton , hy Wilton . to
I. Bennett New York ) , $ G ; Bucus ,
2:23 : j , by whton , to J. 1.'er/u50I , New York
$ IGO. _ _ _ _ _
(3o.iis'l'oIl-l'icane :1leh Arr\nlad.
' , . 4.-Sam Mer-
BRIDGEPORT , Conn . Feb. - -
i-itt , time walker ot Madison Garden ( name ,
nn,1 , Frank Reynolds have b2on. matched <
for u twenty-scv houl' go-mlt3.you.llien ( ' , to
come oft wihin I monlh - ! , for U.O I Ilde.
Cnca Wel Inuwn Wltor Ihad .
I.YNN , Mass. , Fob t.-Dennls N. Drs-
coil , wel Imown a few years ago lS cbur-
pion pedestrian ot New gnghull , dictl nt his
home here 10dlY , aged 37 yemurs .
Canon Iefeats hess ut Wrestling.
BRADFORD , Eng. , Feb. 4.-ln 1 mIxed
wrestling mntch here tonight Canon heat
Hess , winning three . out ot live fails.
Practice househo\1 economy by using
PrIce's Cream Uniting Powder. It'l absolutely -
: lutely pure _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
University Jlcn.lon . J'n'cmenl.
'rhe committee having charge ot the JrO- )
posel univeru'ity extension course ot lectures -
tures under the auspices of the 'oman's
club haB arranGed to commence wIth 11
series ot tour lectures hy Proto 'rhornas 1.
McBrIde ot the University ot Iowa on
" \'or11 Making , " , \IUt 10 subscribers
have already been obtained , anti the hub-
scniption lists are still out fur the cigna-
tures of others who lre Interestell In Ihls
phase of sclentfo education and work. I'no
McBride comes hlghl re'ommenlet , nail
the committee Il anxious hint al many al
posslhle shouhl Seth ) limo a,1'nJtuges , which
ills visit to Omaha wIll offer.
le"lh of . Fanmous story 'teller .
DENVER , Ireb , 4.-Sergeant JohQ T.
O'Keete , famous throughout the country as
an adventurer and story teller . died here
yesterday . alel 47. < For ) eleven years he had
charge ot Ihl . blnal station at time summit
of l'lke's IWlk. where he gained fame tor
the storIes told to visitors. Iror eight years
after that he waR with the United Slatee
navy , but ut tile time ot his death he wal
holding 1 position II the Denver lire depart-
ment O'Keefe was a graduate ot An-
numpolls. _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _
I'rolc"t I'"e"olrnt ( ) rgummlzmmtbois.
aT. LOUiS , Fidi 4.-The' supreme council
ot the newly orGanized l'roteslsnt Knlcht
as--- - _ _ _ n _
CALL A HALT , NOW !
WICKHD \ BLIZZARDS FALLING CRUELLY UPON TIE SICK
Drs. Copelnnd and Shepard ExtelUn"g n Helping lnnd , to An Who Apply .
Pure Medicines Free to All Pt1onts-NomInaI Chnrgo
for Full Course
t you are .1rhlninm < InMr any chronic In'
Irml ) ' . from neglect or I"Ueal cane . call n halt
-nl n bait . nowl-ncl nholl nA YOIolM I
your hOlo" was oi Irel AIII tier no more
. .lodor' hIlls. Under the ( 'Oliafll.ShCl'Shlt 53-
' tern the cure I" 1 the gnat mnUcrlht fee I" tIme
( lr" Jlot lu'
. , ' , . ,
small InUer. lnlrr time l'olllnnI.Rq'nrll pro
11(1 the cost of Ie \r"1 nnll moU effective h"II'
hR I only umonmlnnl-ali medicines Inemuided. Inl
sickness An.1 tires are emergent thIngs-not ti
be unit ofT even frommi today until toimmorrowi Call
a halt , nowi
'rt ) TilE l'OhT.
Iroilowliug 11cr Father's Statcimseist , Mtsn
iliuy huh , lhauglm ter mit Cmmmuiiiy Stitmerimi-
mliii , l'uhulnIy Endorses lr , , Colselmimmhl mmmi
Miri May hill 2Fl l'nrnnnm street. an estimu.
Ill , . itni lmt'puiar yoming lati Y. , hammgiuer ) of ( . .1V. .
huh , SuipemIntenilent of l'tmbibc snsrtlctiami ( for
flomiglrus voumity , mmmakes tIuls imrolma1 statrnment :
. -S- _
! = -i ' .
" ' ' - - .
MISS MAY ItII.b.
' 'I tb not care to go into thue tl'tttIlm coneermm-
ing amy rectal Ill itealti , , Ittit will say timed I
eumiTorel much for ut imminiber of years ( tonI do-
nammgellmenuq of mmi' , liguttv , ' 5)ittellm wIt ) , enintnhm
at limo nose and tiumont , My tomumnchi amil liver
seemed at Iii ut to he lilt ! seat oC time ttitihm
ihlitoUs syimptt , > mfltt uvere ImOltI i ) contnnt , uvithi
drenilfiml hmtntlactmes and a fm iti or mit-ru-titus pros.
liii tlohi , uirfl'ci Ing In ) ' lmehmmory umfli interlining
with cienrncsn ot titotlgimt. I3' a illientim , ill
short , mimado mime irnctlcxmihy an ilmitlIIl , for I sins
mn a rotid itiomi of 'hal f slcIines' all I Ito tlmmme ,
being able to ultra , ! school timit very hub.
, 'A ( ter Dr. liltemmiril imliti tione scm mummutti for hay
fatilur I logan ills It en I hiitmt lot ttmsclt. The
doctor stated amy cute to is' ( In , , oC local atmul
constltuitmomizt ! rudurri , , timid ! rgan treating me
along timed line In a dillon tllmtt' nmy plrrerhttgs ,
, tev-re imendttchie nut deem , Immtt'rnal trotmhhs , ills-
nimpeareil , nimil I ala 11110' cittIrdit ivehi hr
Shmepanii'a Iheathnehlt Was a CoJlliICtmt sUcceSs In
may case. "
I.auiy Patients mu 1lalllI , Iowa , South 1)11
kotmi tumid Neimnmusktu l'rlto lttmiv Nicely They
Are lining tat house Butler Iltult Treuitiimomit
Time folhowimmg letters mire heproluced from
last week's mail by perinissiomm of tile \s'rit-
erg.MRS. . MARY F. IIOLT.AND , Friend , Neb ,
"ixpres.q package canmo duly to haitI. Thank
you. liegami your treatment itmieucek ago mamu
night. I aol ehy lmitlcll letter ail'ady. SluIce
Moatbay I itae , nJo3el moore good feeling thlimil I
h1lL' . ( ' befome fmr seventh inuiltits. Such a cinmmge imi
so allort atinie Is 51111113' wonderful. My Itt-oil'
chuitta and chest valmms ralmidhy Imuplove. Yesterday
I walkeil down tolyn sad Ick ivltliotmt Ijolmig mIt-
terly exhmnusteil on teaching itomt' . Your treat.
mciii , or ehe lilY fnlthl in 3our tmeatnment , IlUS
wsoughlt tile charhmi. , ' '
MRS. MAGGIE CASTLEBUILY , Fort Scott ,
Kan. , writes :
ot America , a fraternal and benevolent
order , had its first niecting here Saturday ,
ulnisimeti its orgmdhuizatIoim and adopted bylaws -
laws anti a ritual , The Protetammt Knights
of America was ilicorporaced two weeks
ago and ttmi articles of itmeorporatloim hinvo
since been flied in neam-iy every state in
tile union. 'rile omgmtnlzzutiomm is to be to
I'rotestantisnm wimat the Catholic Knights
of America Is to Cntliolicismn.
It'.E.l 2'lIIU FUJIEU.IST.
Generally Fair anti Slightly U'mirmmscr for
( 'Irasklm ,
WAShINGTON , Feb. 4.-The forecast ( or
Tuesday is :
For' Nebraska , louva and 1nmmsas-Gen-
orally fair ; slightly waisner ; mmortheaat
to east ivinds.
For MLssounl-Oeflernliy ( aim' ; slIghtly
warmer ; northeast wimldmt ,
For South Daleota-Sno' flurries ; wmtrnmer ;
OFFICE OF TIlE WIIATIIER 1IUIIEAU ,
OMAHA , Fels , 1.-Omaha record of temupet-
ature ammd rainfall , comnpaneil wltit the corresponding -
responding day of tile Itast four years :
1895 1891 , 1193. 1192.
Maximum temperature. , , , ml 40 29 35
Minimum tenmperuttimre . . . . . ' 4 ii : i3 : it
Average tempemature. . . . . . 2 2' ' 8 : Im
PrecipitatiOll . . , . . . , , , . . . , 11 .00 .01) .07
Commditlon of temperutut'e 'mind precipitumtlon
at Omaima ( or thu day amid clruce March 1 ,
1S9 I ;
Normal tempeimttmmre . , , . . , . . , , . , . . , . , . , . . . . . , ,
Excess for time ( lIly , , . . , , , , , . . . . . . , , O ! Imctm
Normal precipitatIon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111011
IellcienvY for time tiny..0 Inches
'rotai prcciptatioa I luce Ma elm I. 1648 lncimet
Deileiency since Marcil I. . . . . . . . . I.97 Imucimes
Iteports ftoni Other Iltuitboii i mit S 1' , 51 ,
e ( , 'u , 'D
STATIOxI. ° brATs or
ii g _ . umxArmmeti.
Omaha.'I . . S .11 Clear
North Platte , , , , , , zero d ' 1' . m'am'tttiomudy.
. . . . . . . . . . . ' 2 .01 Ciotuthy.
Citicago . . . . . . . . . . . . ' 2 2 .01) ) Cleir ,
St. Louis , . . , , . , . . , . I ) 14 0 1 ( 'hummidI' ,
SI. l'amml. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 'I 4 ' 8 .01) CImr.
[ Javenporl. . . . . . . . . . 2 1 .0(1 ( L'irt : ctoiIti3 ,
iCaumsumi City.(3 . . dl .dll ) Cletmr.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 .00 Clear ,
Salt Lake city :14 : 4.j , ( ) o Clear.
htapldelly . , , . , . , ' 4 ' : .tit ( i'artciommdy.
liebeimi . , , , , , . . . 40 40 lIt ) Cloudy.
tlstuuarcme ) . , , . , , . . , . . 15 ' 10 Itt ) Ciottity ,
StVnceat ) . . . . . . . ' 24 ' 24 .111) ) Cicumi' .
'iieycnne , . , , . , , . , , :1. : 42 , iO ) ( ieai
1hlie Cuty , . , . . . , , . 'li ' 0 .00 i'artchommdy
! . . . 45 00 Cloudy ,
. below 2ero.
"T" indicates trace of precipitation.
1 , AWEL.911 , 0bser'r ,
Lohig Service Ended In liimgrscmm.
BOSTON , Feb. 4-MaJor John McDcin-
ougii , assistant superintendent of tile dcliv-
em ) ' department of tile Boston poatolilce , w.mt
arsecteil yesterilay chiargeil with stealing
mooney miami lettet'ei from tile siiaiia. lie wa
tumken before Uoitctl States Commissioner
Fisko and held Ip $1003 bomids before the
United States court , lie secured bondsmen ,
Major McIoootigii's arrest caimseil a sullen.
tioii , as lie hati heed a trusted emllloyc of
the postollira m'ince 1101 lIe broke down tini
ndnuittetl lila gout , lie would give sio ox-
fihanation of tilts caufe of ills uculon. lie is
56 years olti , is a veteran of time war anti is
II member of several seoret so'ieties ,
is fraud or Embpe Reports.
CONI3TAN'i'INPLII , Feb 4-SIr i'imihllp
Cutrie , Ilnltkii ainbmmesador , uric obtained
frosts the l'orto on official expresm.horu of its
refusal to tiemnmht newspaper men to enter
Armenia duritmg lime rittings of the Ar.
snemmian commissIon , on the groutitl that It
( lots hot desire tile tommmiimltteu to lie limilui-
enceil by falsu newepmml.er mepomla. 'the ama-
bassador is awaillrlg Instructions from i.nri-
don. Time rultan has recIved daily reports
or time poceetllmigs t time comnmlmtslorm.
- - -
"As amy present supply Is about goner I will
color for another nuommlim I have realIzed it grcI
I'cneflt , anti I think you pimommhti senti tImC MIne ktnt
hgnln , humS I icuute timat of course , to you. 'ott
art' reaching emery l' ° lat In tmmy case , nail tlme alt
syhmmptonuq tune su-tlhumg lighter every day. M'
lienil , stonmncim coil mmerves are ivontlerfimily bet.
Icr. " '
! ISs I.OUISA DAWSON , Ira , Iowa ,
"l'mr twelve years I Itnip hera a great sufferer
from cetmmplleatcml nftcctloum of hue imeart , itotmmachm
nail tall ) , Si ) ' htCr'mmms P31,1mm seinui'd mull giveui
cult , \s tanli' 11 * Silt liYiteInims , ntenhmi inc at
% nnlnums hInes , aflti while tonIc of ulteta dId ma
guo'l , I lutilol to tOaiive tnulcai tetmcflhi. until t
tsk , y'mmr I rcatnlent Ilimimuigim tIme mum hl. 'tile
resmhltu , have been 1151,1) , ' eahIstnetry. My health
lies Fermi hmnmclleahiit astorril. I mvnuiil ill-ge WO-
Then with chronic troumbles to consult Uts. Cope-
llmmmit an ) Simci'nnt"
Time Mntl Treuttmnemit Cuiri's mu SftI1erer hivii ,
1.mr tivmuy 1mm Oiuithmmt. , .
itt-n. It , c:1 : , llohnn , lIgeiaont , lb. B. , is a lady
imhgiti ) P musimectol imy the wlohi' , cnuimmmmtitilty w lucre
pitt , ht'es. For hmet nan cimmmtort ant safety , as
w'Ii 115 tar tle , sake , , f her fatmilhy , 5110 desIred
toott lanltlm. ltegnmilng this she urnite to Dr ,
Shicimanil tInder ilnue of Ieccmmmbcr 21 , 1594 :
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Tilts. II. a. nOlAN. Bihgernont , S. D. '
"I Iiecatmmo totnhi ) ' unfit for , lolng anything
(511 account of terutlibe it'ndaeltes that u'e.mrcely
eden left time for a tootnemi I. I heavy tumi Imlerelnie
pains In the forehmeal , tetlihiles , tImId of the itenil -
auth tteck , rehticeut tnt' to I lIe CoIlilltimMi Of an
Invtml u. 'Flits agony liri-ventell mteanly ttii numttmral
Ieep amid ilevehipoi a nervous slate that Itecatna
itmt,1e1 ittde. ( iratlunIly 1153' stonmaclm Iecnnme ma-
vtIve.t ntlih I ate so I It lii' I lumt for iltlmmltils
u'ls , wmctcimediy weak in mllinil nil body , A en-
tuirrltat tiffecthoti of the khtlneys ummimI imther or-
gunti beuttne a later feature , eliusltlg a number
, ) f illstressIttg SylmmIitOIll * , teiiIles , mm good deal of
worry , for I illl not thhtmk I cotiil survive these
serious nlhumtcnls of uctm hhmmlmrhnmit organs.
" .a I stateil ldttO % ( ' , 1 wrote for yomhr 'imieston
blank for wonmeum end It umeemeil Jmtst thtIct to my'
cale , I hogan treattulent at once , ant iluning lb.
lit-st 111011111 I fominit i'onileu'tmtl ease ( roam the tor-
ttmro that lied leeii , shwiy lulling tue. luming the ,
secommil unon tIm cC t rend taint lay , 'totumaelm anml iull.
tme3. tnmulIes ii I pliimeuircil 1111(1 1 1,1 t ni-mit-my ua'chl ,
altlmotugim at lit seumI. TIle I 1mb ii hmmommlit'tt sdlliply'
hriuiglmt tIme aim elitiro cure , for I found lily hienitla
excelletlt In eu'ct-y retied. Timi' freihoimm ( atom
ham. thue mitumni of Itiliet it C , i.lerlm nail IxmdlIy
strength , tile absence of lmt'n'tnlt , lmnistrathtin tint
kidney , lem'ammgetilenls , nil hit-so mmmuitlm Ii. lleW eta
Iii 5113' lIfe. Any wonman mvimo desri'n ) tony wrIts
moo for a u'erittcntloti of limbs statement. "
OilS , COPELAD & S11EPARD ,
nooMs Ill AND 312 NE\V YORIC ilPE
IIUILDING , OMAHA , NEIl.
Ofltco hours-ti to 11 a. mu. ; C to 5 p. m.
1Iucolngs-\\'eilnesdays anti Saturdays only ,
U to S. Summda' , 10 to 12 in.
V . ' STEAM DYE WORKS
< 1' . _ IIt. ;
, - , , _ . _ JaoiJ All kinds of Dyeing
. , V.- BILl ! ifiitiIlifIiltlTlII amiti Cleaning done in 4
I ' the highest style ofT
T- ; ( , Ime' farni 4
- % to hook ns good as
. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - -S ; - ; - - YEWO _ : new. Work pmomptly
C ' ; : = : : r
llroatinay , near North
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OEO , P. SANFORD , A. W. ILIEKMAN ,
First Naflo na ! Bank
of COUNCiL BLUFFS , iowa.
Capital , - S1ooooc
l'i'otits , - - . 12,000
Ons of time oldest banks in time state of Iowa.
'e solicit pour buslnns and collections. We
Pay 5 ocr tent on timmu , deposits , We will be
pleased to 3(0 1mb scm-vs aou.
. ' , ' .
"By a thorommgh knowledge of thin miritural ,
lames wisichi goverrm tile .JPermltiomis of dlges-
tiomm anti smutritiohi , and hI' a careful umpmii-
cttiion of the line properties of' wohi-mtelc'ctecl
Cocoa , Mr. Epi's hIlts provitied for our break-
fnt mmmmd iuuiper , a dehiemutely uiuvareti : hover.
ago which illILY OttVO us mnotuy hmea'y , JOctonmi'
bills , It is by tile judicious use uf such
articles of dii't that mm comistittltion mtmzmy he
guadummily buiit ill ) tintil strong emmougim to
resist every lentiency to , liseuase , lluntircilmi
of subtle ttltultthleit Itt-C ilotmtiiig iroummd us
m-eauiy to attuck wimorever thmule imi a wealc
mmoimmt. We moImy escape many a intal hiaft
i , ' keeping ourselves weli fortllleti wIth pure
blooti ammil a lmrolmem'lY mmuCrlmsimcd ( i-nine-
Civil Service ( Inzette.
Imlndo sillmliy with boiling water or milk.
Sold only in imaif-poummd tins , by grocers ,
labeled timtls :
JAMES Ii'1'S ! & CO. 14'l. , Ilomnoepatiiia
Chiemlati' , London , Emiglaild ,
Special No1ics-OouniI Diuffs
CIIIMNSYS CLUAUCD : VAULTS CL.Ut4ED5
l4 ilurke , at SY. 13. hlotner' . , f5 IlruadWdy ,
LAI1GR 15Iui'ATIl BARN I'OIt ItlNT NuAI8
court imouse. Apply imt Ueu ultice , Councti Bluff. . ,
OIN'I't1MtN , tNIJ 'uii : , ( hit 'FSVO abJTI ,
tan lInti EOOI rMmfls timId 1)001(1 1mm mrivatu luau-
thy. low mica ; m'eaideimcu in Iiuslumtsu Cejmtur.
A. 2 , lIce. Ciulmoil hilimffs ,
- _ _ _ _ _ _ :1
thams mh'ing tlown to tuck
Itocks ; Ilard pUIu'ihhg ; mli'R-or
swearing ; BUii sLntdiig 1ut
loati 101' the day ; Ii0i11C at
1ast team housed anti fed ;
Mexican Mutaiig TAninicnt
rubbed oii the sti'a'inetl inus.
des aii'1 t.cncIonI3 to iiisiui'c
tiotiiitl aiitl Iiiiibei' legs for
to.inori'ow'S tO)1 , 'I'Jnis I lie
' wimuels go rouud on tt tiurifty .
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