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THE OMAHA DAIIX nE ' :
I " 1 - COUNCIL nrUl'I'S.
OFJJICE . . 40. 12 PI1AnL STnEET.
Dellnrt b7 carrier 10 nny art fir the cltr.
11. W. TILTON LclIe !
' ' LrP1OflS-1Jusnei omet. No. n : nlgbl
editor No. 1J.
Orand , Council muff. E. F. C1rk1 prop
Mayo Real Istato agency. 63 : ) l3roadway.
At the Congregational , ; rorflco lterllay
morning two IIddltlons were made 10 the
Tonight 1M the time for the regular monthly ,
moellng of the city councH but some ot the
memhers nre to act aJ judges of election ,
while others will be too nervous over the
result to aUenll to bU/llneu , an.l . an ad.
Journmont will probably be taken IInlll later
In the week.
n. C. Babcock has ccllrcd a writ of in .
Junction against William $ Slorlz and Justice I
n. O. Cook to prevent the ( execution of a' '
Judgment which ) he claims was tHueJ ! agaInst : :
him In n suit In which he "Pllenrell as
plaintiff bllt ( which he liat . ! authorized flO "
ana to commence In his name.
Tim monthly report of the Woman's Chris
tlatl IIssoclatlon h081111al for January shows
that nil patients remained In the hospital for
the 1I10ntll. Five were admitted and two were
dlschnrgl'f Nine of them were county patient .
tlents , and two soldiers. The county con-
trlbutell $113 and $ fO came from the commts
Victoria Palmer ot Creston , who was convicted .
vlcted of ahoelegglng In federal court rlx
months ago , has 110veloped Into n temperanc !
worker since her eutenco at 120 days was
lIuspemlell. News from Creston Is 10 the
eUect that she has been filing Informations
agaln the numerous offenders In her 10-
callt ) .
C. M. han , Finley Durke , Lucius Wel1s , T.
J. Evans and A. W. AsIwlth have moll with
the city clerk protests against the levying at
taxes for Intersecting paving against the abut.
ting properly O\\lIers. They point to the fact
that the law which provides for this method
of procedure was not Passed Ulltll after the
paving of Oakland avenue hall becn done , and
they object to putting II Into effect on them.
The funeral of Mrs. W. M. Lyons took place
yesterday afternoon at the residence at E. , A.
IUsser , 718 tlll street , 11ev. Stephen I'help9
officiating. Some of the floral designs were
- exquisite notably the "Gates Ajar , " sent by
the ( employes at the Homestale tore , In
Lead , S. D" , with which Mr. Lyon Is con-
neclClI. A lyre , presented by John lien anti
wife ; a design from Dakota ledge No. G ,
Knights or Pythlas , al Lead ; a broken circle ,
. tram I. R. Hypes and other traveling men.
and a number at other emblems were also
very fine. _ _ _ _ _ _
'We have over $300,000 to loan upon 1m.
proved Iowa tarms. Farmers desiring loans
can save money by dealing direct with U3 .
thereby saving agent's commission. We do
not loan on wild land , nor In Nebraska.
Louleo & Towle , 235 Pearl street.
1RRSU.VIL I'.lfllLU.IPIIS .
T. C. Dawson , who has been connned to his
home by illness , Is able to be out.
George S. , Damon leaves tomorrow for the
. , louth , where ho will remain for some lime.
P. w Kodwelss Is recovering from his re-
cent attack at Inflammatory rheumatism
Judge W. I Smith , who has been holding
court in Atlantic , spent Sunday with his tam-
fly In thIs city.
F. A. Turner and A. E. Turner at Avoca
and J. ILV. . P. and Thomas Turner at Tay-
lor station were In the city yesterd\ly \ to at-
tend the funeral ot Mrs. W. M. Lyons.
A meeting of ladies Is announced for next
Wednesday afternoon at the First Presby-
terian church parlors , at which the advisabilIty -
Ity ot beginning a temperance \ campaign Is to
bo talked over.
Mrs. Francis Murphy has developed Into a
singer since leaving here and ha been assisting -
slating her husband In his temperance meet-
Ings at Davenport the past week by her vocal
, talen . ts.
' - Judge Shims has grno to Florida In search
of herlth This , wll ! make It necessary for
Judge 'Vl'Olson , " ; ho has gone to California
. . for the same prpose to ' return and hold the
r March term or federal , court In this city
UlIllJlIO J''ellllll : . EiatertRInmont. '
Vignettes from me. See them. Living
- pictures-amusing , pathetic anti ( beaulltul.
Music by Henry Smith's Modern Troubadours.
: Congregational church , Monday evening Admission -
! , ' . : mission 25 cen\ii \ ; children , 16 cents
' , The regular annual meeting of the members
< ot the Savings , Loan and Building association
will bo helll In the superior court room at
the court house March 4 , , at 7:30 p. m. All \
members arc requested to be present. D. W.
Otis , secrelary. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
nl''lly for JhlRllle .
Deputy Sheriff hooker returned yesterday
morning at 10 o'clock tram his trip to Carson ,
and he came alone. The man who was
arrested by the Carson authorities on suspicion -
picion at being Riley , the bank robber , lurneJ
out to be the wrong one , his only claim to
distinction being the tact that he had two
revolvers Even the bullet halo In his
shoulder , which was seized upon , by the
Carson people as a sure sign ' that he was the
party wanted , turned out 10 be a figment of i
POme one's imagination A crowd of Carson
citizens gathered around Hooker all the time
be was there , and he says all \ that would have
been necessary to secure a first class lynch-
Ing woulel have been a word tfom him to
the effect that the man In custody shot
O'Drlen. ' _ _ _ _
Beat material and good COOIt1hg win In
- running an eating house. Pearl chop house.
Only Two I.ert.
Only , two weeks left at that halt prlco sale
All mouldings , pictures. etc , just halt Ilrlce.
U. I. . SMITH & CO" , 45 Main street.
' 1 " vo 1-1111,11 IIl1rlla.rlu. $
Burglars entered the Jarvis Wino company's
place on Broadway near Main street Saturday
night by a back window The Iron shutter
hall been left open and there was no trouble
In slipping the window down from the top
A tow dollars worth at cigars and liquors , ' 2
In cash , and n shot gun were stolen
The Initial I'olnt meat market , 644 Broadway -
way was also entered by the back door The
thief was evidently aware that the proprietor
was In the habit of leaving $8 or $10 In cash
In the money drawer but Saturday the day's
ales amounted to about $ fO , and , contrary to
his usual custom , ho tool the money home
with him A watch and a tow pennies were
all that was , left for ( lie thief and they were
appropriated _ _ _ _ _
t Yes , the . . ! EllgIQ laundry la that - good
laundry " and Is located at 724 Droadway.
Ifin , doubt about this , try It and be convinced
Don't target name and number. Tel 157.
What la i III R NllllIe f
. EverythIng , It applied to a Hardman Piano ,
- soul by Mueller l'lano and Organ company.
103 Main alrect. ,
' 1IIIIIlIe Will Noisy ,
1.1'0\110 \ Graham , whom Fred Leutzlnger' '
claims went after him him with a gun
saturday evening , had a tantrum yeaterd4Y
morning while connned In the ( upper story
at the city jail and broke out all the
windows In the room. She created such a
disturbance that she had to he- taken to the
county jail In the patrol wagon. She com.
plalned ot being sick and had to be up-
ported on Ofilcer Murphy's manly bosom all
the way down. She has behaved very well
since her change at location.
For sale , for gardeners ; a nice lot at let.
tuce and cabbage plants for hot bed uae. J ,
n. McPherson Council mUffs , :
Ou heating stoves for rent and for sale 1t
Council Bluffs Gas company' olllce.
YOUIII ; : 4)utIawi ,
Several complaints have been made re ,
Intly about the actions at a crowd at boy
that are In the habit at congregatIng In nay.
lies park and Insulting passersby partlcu.
larly little girls. They arc too small tor the
Cnltentiary. but about tire right size for the
reform school or an external application ot
bIrch The police have been notified and a
strict watch will \ be kept for offenders of
, thlft clau. _ _ _ _ _
S ' DavIs leUI drugs ! , paint and 1111.81 cheap
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NEWS FROM COUNCil BLUFFS
Balurtln.y Night Political Rally nt Out Off
RC3111ts In a. Fight.
PARTISAN BEER WAS SADLY M XO :
Democratic I'auret 1'111111'1'1' Clltll the JIt'RII
or R l'oJlulls\1o \ Celehrnlol' , with , R
JJntcht'r Knife IIlIel 1.1\1111. . In
the County JniI
The democrats anti popuhlsts held a political
tally last Saturday night In a building on
Locust slreet. As a result J. 0 Iletlman ,
who WaR 10 have been a judge / In today's
election , occupIes a cell at the cIty jail , with
the charge of assault with Intent to kill
booked against hIm , whIle Bob Johnson has a
large hole In the left side at lila neck , said 10
bare been made by a knife In 1l0.1man's
hands Hedinan was /lctlng In the capacity
ot beer pumper , and through his efforts Q
large part at the contents at two kegs had
been transferred down the necks of the vat.
ers , when a IInarrel arose on account of his
alleged discrImination against the popullsls
A melee ensiled , In the course or which John-
son , who was at tie opposition , was hurt , but
whether tire wound was inflicted by Hetlman's
butcher knife or n piece ot one ot the win-
lOWS that were broken luring ( the fracas Is
somewhat uncertain. Word ! was sent to
poll co headquarters antI Officer Weir went to
the Island , arresting Iledman. Johnson Is
salll to be quite a hand to scrap on slight
p o\'oeatlon. His wound Is not serious.
The suspect refused to give his name or
any account of hlm8el , lying that he had
a wire and ! famll\ within 100 miles ot Carson
ami he dllfnolo. propose totellwho he was
until he had to.
O'Drlen was more like hlmselt last evening
than ho has been before Ills temperature
hall gone down to 100 , pllise was normal , and
he was rational. 110 Is very weak , however ,
and has no appellte. All that the physician
feart now Is that : the wound will result In
a chronic suppurallon that may undermine
his constitution In a few months. He has
no anxiety for any direct results tram the
Injur . _ _ _ _ _ _
NEW ooons AT 'l'IU III1S\'ON STORI
l'lIrloRd of StinT ! to 00 011 Silo Monday
IIlornll1 : . IIn.1 New I'rlce
Two unbroken carloads at goods , In addition -
tlon to the regular case consignments that
have been received at the Boston store during
the past week , will go on 0010 Monday morn-
Ing. And with the new goods come new :
prices that will astonish the ladles and all
other buyers ot dry gool18. More than 2,600
pieces at new wash goods will be shown
Watch The Dee tomorrow for fuller description -
tlon and prices. Every novelty and every-
thing nice that the season has produced will
be shown. : Monday's Dee w11l contain
descriptions and prices ot the newest and
finest fabrics In wool dress goods and silks ,
and you will be more than repaid for care-
fully reading ! every word at the big ad-
\'ertlsement that will appear.
FOWLER , DICK & WALKER ,
Today Is election " day. The polls are to
be open tram 9 i o'clock at the followIng places
for the various voting precincts :
First 'Vnrl1-Flrst precinct , 424 East
Broadway : Second precinct , 605 [ j ( ) East Droad-
Second 'Vllrl1-FJrst precinct , 330 'Vest ,
Droadwny ; SecOl1d precinct 734Vest
Third Wnrd-Flrst precinct 25 South : Main
street ; Second precinct , SOl South Main
Fourth , 'Ward-First precinct , j)2 [ ( ) Pearl
street ; Second precinct , Twelfth avenue.
Firth 'Vnrll-Flrst precinct 1633 West
Broadway ; Second precinct , Planters hotel.
Sixth Wnrd-Flrst precinct .rwenty-Ilrst
and Broadway : Second Ilrecinct. Johnson's
hall on cut-Off Island.
The campaign has been devoid at excite-
ment. There are to be elected ward aldermen -
men In the Third , Fourth and Sixth wards ,
an alderman at large , and n park commis-
sioner. or all the candidates whose names'
are before the people , only two are pretty
generally acknowledged to have n sure.
thing In sight. Dr. Darstow , the republican -
lican candidate for alderman In the Fourth
ward , and A. C. Graham , the democratic
candidate for park commissioner , are those
two. Mr. Graham has held tire position for
ten years , and It was through him that the
present magnificent system at parks was
gallon In possession by the elt ) ' . There Is
no money In the olhlce and he has been
well satisfIed with the glory lie could get I ,
out at It. A. C. Harding , the republican
nominee , had no particular desire for the
office , but allowed his name to be used as
candidate rather than have tire space on
tire ticket left blank.
The populists also have a ticket In the
field. Last week they Issued a circular en-
tilled , "The Search Light , " In which they
tried to stir up the 6-cent fare and olher
dead or dying Issues. They also took some
at tire newspapers to task for either refusing - '
fusing to print their list ot candidates a
week ago last Sunday , or demanding adver-
tising rates for It. The Dee tell In tire
latter class Inasmuch as the list ot candi-
dates had already been printed the day after
lie nominations were made At the request
ot n6 at the local leaders , the bill for advertising -
vertising was sent to him last Monday , but
It Is still \ unpaid
One unique feature about today's' election -
ion ( will be the voting ot the women. For
the first time In the history at the city tire
right to vole on questions at appropriation
at money bas been gIven to the women.
Saturday about forty temale voters registered .
tered They will not be allowed to vote
for candidates , but only on tire question at
levying a one.ml1l tax during tire coming
year for park purposes. A separate boM
will bo kept In which to deposit these
tickets _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
NOW IT'S SHIRTS " ' .
JJl'nnlln nrol. ' Senritiorr for III0nda ) " .
Monday Is election day , and on that day
all classes at men can , It they choooo , "elect"
to wear the nobblest and most stylish new
shirt at tire season fInely laundered , with
collar and cults attached for LOc. Dennison
Dros will put on dle on Monday morning ,
and continue unlll 9 o'clock In tire evening
a big line of these new percale ehlrls , In nil
shadoo. They are regular 760 and $1.00 shirts
and have never been sold for less than iSo
anywhere on earth , but you can have 011.
you want of them Monday for 60c. Buy a I
new shirt before you vote and It w11l help
you to vote rIght
Something for the ladies Yes ; all the I
LL unbleached musl1ns they want for 3M.o
Ii yard and they can have all day to buy
It in DENNISON DROS. ,
flop .lrllll : tire ltIprnp4.
Since last Tuesday about twenty.fivo men
have been at work under SuperlntendJnt
Meredith at the Missouri river improvements ,
repairing tire rlpraps about a mile north of
the terminal bridge on the Council Bluffs
side. Last September a break was made In
the rlprapplng that was put In last season ,
and It has now widened until about 100
feet of It are 'one. About $10,000 will be
expended In putting this portion ot the work
In Iohalle. As soon liS tire weather becomes
warm enough the work at pultlllg In new
dikes just above the break will bo can : .
menl'ed. Beginning near tire toot at Twent ) ' .
first street and extending north for a distance
of 4,000 feet , a series at dikes will be bUilt.
I-ach one will be COlli palled of plies drivEn
Into the bed at the river ten feet apart anti
extending about 1,000 feet Into the river.
There will be 2,200 feet ot two.row dikrj ,
antI 4,600 feet at three-row They are
Intended to form a barrier , to atop the
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NEW GOODS AT NEW PRICES f" '
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Bostol1 S ore , Council Bluffs. " '
Two carloads > > of New Goods received the past veeke. . Every day
brings New Novelties to our well-assorted Stock. 'W"e are showing
over 2,500 pieces of New Wash Goods , inclttdiiig all tIle tiew weaves
and effects produced this season.
, / ' : : ' . Big Hne' of jet trimmings and collars on sale this week. Prices guaranteed (
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WOO L.I.iEss' ; . . . .
anteed to be the lowest. . _ _ _
The choice styles are always the first to go. Buy early while you can
get the assortment . .
we offer 36-inch them all at wool 25C suiting a yard , in checks and mixtures , last season's price 39C , T.T/'J45'FJ ' ODS ' .
A line of very handscme styles ( all new ) in silk and wool mixtures , last
season's price , we offer them at , , yard. . .
50C 39ca " ' '
. 5 0 P ieces of Anderson's fine zephyr 1 ginghams 1 on sale this t week.
40 and 42-inch silk and wool mixtures , an elegant line of styles and color.
ings , would be considered cheap at 75c , our ! . prIce . 50C a yard. , At 2SC a yard we show an immense assortment of light weight fabrics ,
A of tailor sUltmgs , in checks and fancy mix- . '
big assortment EnglIsh mlx-
such as white and dotted colored Swiss Ditnities , Scotch novelties I 'd
. ' 11 es co c 1 nove tiCS , corded
tures , full 52 Inches wide , on sale at 98c a yard. Same goods sold last season .
at $1. 50 a yard. ' zephyrs , figured and striped mulls and Swisses .
6o-inch water proof cravenette , > > in back ! and navy $ I. 39 a yard , regu. .
in all shades and tints .
English creponcttes at 3QC a yard
lar 1 value , . ,2.00.
6o.inch clay worsted , in black and navy , at $1.39 , regular value $2.25 A perfect imitation of the fine wools worth $2.50 a yard.
a yard.We Ieavy I corded pique , in all color and styles , worth ,
' . IgC our price
We show a . new agsortinent of Korchlin's . fine aU wool challies at 39C.
a yard. ' . 12 I-2C a yard.
S I LI ( S. - 100 pieces Jaconet Duchesse , light weight , and a beautiful line of
. styles , our price 12 1-2C a yard. .
New Styles. , New rlces.
. Big assorlment of Amherst and silk Taffeta ginghams at I5c a yard ,
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Big lot of checked Taffeta silks , all colors ( 50c , a yard , regular value worth 22C.
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75c a yard ' - . 2 cases Marseilles bed spreads , worth 1 $2.00 , on sale I at $1.25 eac 1 1.
Taffetas , in effects , at , and .
Striped changeable goodde ; 6sc 75cand $1.00.
Printed Japs and China silks at 25C , 39C and ( soc . / I a yard. Extra values offered in table linen and napkins
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POWLE $ DICK & W ALKE . '
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snags , sand and other debris that , float down
the rIver and land against the south bank ,
and will In' time form an artificial protec-
tion to the land south of the river. This
piece ot' work wl11 cost about $76,000.
To W"ku VII Trade
Wo will offer this week any thing packed In
tin at about one-half Its actual value. Below
Is 0. few at the many bargains we have to
alter you this "eek : Best California peaches ,
per can , 130 ; good California peaches , per
can , 110 ; pie peaches , per can , 9c ; California -
fornia apricots , per can , lie ; California egg
plums , lie ; California green gage plums ,
per can , lie ; California muscat grapes , per
can , 10c ; California Bartlett pears , per carr ,
lie ; California whlto cherries , lie ; gallon
can of apples , only 19c ; blackberries , per can
6Ci ; blueberries , per can , 7c ; raspberries
per can , 8c ; strawberries , per can , 6M.c ;
gooseberries , per can , 8Ci ; stringless beans ,
per can , 5c ; lima beans , Gc ; wax beans , per
can , 7e ; good corn , per can , only 6c ; Glen-
wood corn , per can , 811.ci ; solid packed toma-
toes , per can , Gc : oil sardines , 3oi ; mustard I
sardines , per can , Gc ; marrowfat peas , per
can , 6c ; French peas , per can , 12c ; mush-
rooms , per can , 17c ; 3lb. can California
raspberrIes , per can , lie ; 3-lb. can California -
fornia blackberries , per can , lie i large can
of pumpkin , only Gc ; 3lb. can Boston baked
beans , lie ; 4lb. can Price's baking powder ,
$1.43 ; I-lb. can Prlco's baiting powder , 3Go ;
8oz. can Price's baking powder , 21c ; 6-lb. ,
can Calumet baking powder , only Sic ; I-lb. '
can Calumet baking powder , IGc ; I-lb. ca'
Don Don baking powder , 7c.
DROWN'S C. O. D. ,
Council Bluffs , III.
Uosolutin . of 8)'mpathy.
The following resolutions were adopted by
council No.1 : Commercial PilgrIms at Am-
Whereas , The sunshine and happiness ot
the home at Mrs. J. E. Harkness has been
darkened by tire sad death ot her beloved
Whereas , 'Vo , as council No.1 , Commercial -
cial Pilgrims at America , deeply sympatllizo
with the bereaved wife and children In their
great loss i therefore , be It
Resolved , That In the death ot our be-
loved brother the wife has lost a devoted
husband , the children a kind and loving
father , our order an earnest worlor and a
champion ot Its cause , and the city and community -
munity an honorable citizen i therefore , bo
Resolved , That our charter be drllped In
mourning for sixty days. , _
Deep down 'neath the bosom ot ocean
Unsounded by Illummet or line ,
At peace from tire storm anti commotion
That rage o'er its blllowil of brine.
'rhero are seorets that lime shall not fathom
There are jewelll unknown to earth's
As deep , 11.1I true , arid as precious
Is the memory of that fond faithful
Resolved , That these resolutions be spread
upon the record at this council , and a copy
presented to the bereaved family.
O. C. WISE ,
S. O. MUMMA
Sl'.JJt1C.1 Of' Hl'UltT.
Jllet'loskev' Sic , , Win the Flrd.
HOUSTON , Tex. . March 3.-An exhtbi-
tlon game ot baseball wan played here to.
day between the IAulsvllle National league
team and a learn composed mostly ot pitchers -
ers whom Manager McCloskey engal'ed
to use In practicing his regular club 'rhe
score was ; League 15 ; Practice team , 4.
Tycnty-Flvl' Silts IIrcnrd IstabiIsire.I
SAN FRANCISCO , March 3-Tho Cahi-
tornla twenty.ll\'e mile road record was .
lowered six minutes and eight and a halt
seconds today on the San I.eandro triangle
by Walter I" . Foster ot tire Olympia club ,
wireelmnen who rode tire distance from the
scratch mark In 1:12:51 : " .5.
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CANNES France , March 3.-Todny the
sun was shining brightly but an east wind
was blowing so IIIhtly that the sailing iro-
grain : was entirely abandoned.
S I .
IH. I.oula Jlou'u Not Arrr"ted ,
ST , I..oUlS , March 3.-The failure of the
Jaccanl Jewelry company ot Kansas City
will not affect the St. Louis Jewelry houses
at the Bame name.
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LIT.rUE N""DllASIC.t , S.ff1 "
GRAND ISLAND , Neb . , March 3.-Spe- (
clal-Saturday morning Is set apart nt
the home for "drnwlng" day , when the
Inmates who arc In need ot anything In
the line oC clothing me Into the quarter- :
master'lI office and call for what they want.
They are limited to'a. . certain amount , $ tO
per year Some came yesterday ' for
underclothing , some tor- irate , slippers , suspenders -
panders , etc. , and one veteran even had so
small a. want as a. handkerchief , choosing
a bandana ot the Allan Thurman style.
Commandant Scovill and Adjutant
Walker were In LIncoln Friday attending
a meeting ot the board at' purchase and
. supplies , and incidentally taking In a ses-
sian at the legislature.
"I don't think that the legislature will
take any action In the matter of establishIng - ,
Ing n branch home at Milford. " saId one I
who Is prominently connected with the
n < of the home , yesterdny.
"Tho legislature , " he continued , "Is very
often like n cut which has " caught a mouse
and toys with It to her satisfaction before
killing II. I have frequently noticed tt In
other things. " _ _ _
The board of purchase and supplies has
decided to have tire home Illuminated with
electricity and "bottled IIgbts" will soon
be something new at the home
Tile auditing committee ot the advisory -
vlsory board met Monday and nn-
fluted almost aU of the accounts
there will bo In the last quarter.
There will remain to lapse In the maln-
torrance fund $2,000 , mil In the light and
fuel fund $1,500 , which , considering the
crowded condition ot the home In tire last
halt year , speaks well for the administra-
tion.Winilo the service of the Grand Island
Street Railway company has been reduced
to some extent the cars on the Soldiers'
Homo.and Baptist college line run on the
0111 schedule ,
Hev. Howell of Rusbvlllo Is an Inmate
and Is homesick for his family . Ministers \
at the city have raIsed lIulllclCnt funds to
send him home , but upon hearing that his
daughter and grand daughter that point
arc so low as not to bo expected to live ,
and Rev Howell being unable to take care
of himself , Commandant Scovill has re-
tnsell to lot him 10 until some one will
take tbo responsibility that howell will be
taken care ot all right.
Thus week forty or fifty new suits ot
clothing have been Issued to ns many inmates -
Commandant Scovill's term expires with
the end oC Ihls month It Is expected thnt
lien Judge Wilson will take charge. Mart
Howe of Lincoln has roslglled his position
ns health olllcer there ana expects to Sill
the adjutnnt's shoes.
The hOlllo has all Its books today 177
male , and nineteen female Inmates.o The
total number , 196 , Is almost len less than
two weeks ago SomG mayo taken fur-
The n & 1\1. railroad might easily have n
lIttle station at the homo , and It would nt
times be most convenient. It Is only about
a. minute's walk from tire track to the
malll bullllln .
C. F. Bekel has left tb homo amid his
Illace as night Ilreman haeemr taken by
J. T. Snyder , formerly orderly J. E. Kirk-
patrick Is now orderly 1
Religion has been the5 preVnlllng . talk
at the home this week tiP me "Holiness"
man has been prellChlng tire veterans for
about 11 weel 1"1
Slate Treasurer hartley tau , a visitor this
week. , 1
A patent steel oven , doilJiJlpg the bakery
capacity , has been ordered by the board
ot purchase and suppIlL"t ! ( , I
The plumbing syetomof tire main and
other buildings bas ben generally overhauled .
hauled this week. J'
. I , 'II
Jllllllnnalro Married " 18 WOl Toriciror
SEATTLE , Wash" , 1 4arrir \ ! i ! 3.-Hugl T ,
Galen , a millionaire mh\Io ! \'J1er and pull-
IIclan ot Helena , and l\Jlllll.itf.aura. Dlaglle ,
a school teacher , were s.eClJtly married on I
January G. Galen Is 1 tather.llI.law at
Thomas Carter , who cPlltlucted ex-Presi- I
dent Harrlson'a cumllah"O . .tnd Is one of
tire senators recently eleelti by the Montana -
tana jegielattrre . He III GOtyears I old , and
his bride Is M. ( ) The secret marrIage was
managed by C.V. . Turner , a prominent
attorney Ullll old friend , who managed to
wlthhohl the ISlluallco at 11 marriage ocr-
tlllcalo trolll the reporter's. Tire marriage
announcement appears on the books at
the recorder for the first time under date
ot January 5. It III said that political amid
family reasons are responsible for the secrecy -
crecy _ _ - _ . _ _ _ _
( 'nnanlhl..tloOl or I.Ibr"r.r IIrll'.t.
NEW yoruc March 3-Tho tru.lees of
the l.enox and Astor libraries and the TII.
den Trust fund have informally agreed to a
comblnatloll at the three institutions under
one management to be known as tire public
lIbrary ot the cIty ot New York Formal
action will \ be taken In a short time by
this consolidation , and a tree and public
library will \ be formed , conrlst1uii ot "WW ; !
bound volumes , vnluable pamphlets manuscripts -
scripts and paintings with an endowment ot' '
. _ . _
'olllan' " ( lub.
The parliamentary practice department of
the Woman's club met at Its usual time , at ,
which the minutes ot the previous meeting
were read and "enjoyed" by 0. very large
class. After a slight review , the leader ,
1\rs. Henderson , asked that the meeting be
resolved Into n commIttee of the whole ,
and , as she said , give hel' a chance to make
n little speech. She thought the depart-
merit should have some more dellnlte aim
than the mere studying of the technicalities
of parliamentary prnctlce. ,
It would be a good Idea to form a society
for the prevention ot cruelty to chl1 < 1ren.
She made an eloquent appeal for the home-
less and neglected little ones , anti helping In ,
any way to raIse the poor and often dls- i
. cournged mother
This called forth considerable comment ,
some thinking this department was going
out of Its line In taking up reformatory
work ; that there could not be IIn organization -
tion within nn organization. ,
Mrs. Henderson stated that her idea was
not to make a permanent society but
rather one that was subject to changes ,
thus givIng an opportunity to use the rules
for parliamentary practice.
In the review very few ot the ladles could
answer the questions , showing that the dry ,
cold technical Items were hard to memo-
rize I , u..J : ! ve _ had , . adeflinite : _ , ! aim , and . used
uur rUles wo WOUIU linn tl1em casler to remember -
member , and while benefiting ourselves
could at the same time 110 good to others , "
said 1\Irs. Henderson.
One member spoke strongly against allowing -
lowing long and elaborate papers being pre-
pared . saying that It would have n , ten-
dency 10 kill \ tire usefulness ot the "oclety.
She said that It should be made n society for
real , live work , strictly reformatory and not
The mailer will be taken up at the I1fxt
meeting ot the class. The members will \
then be prepared to enter more fully Into
' 1 heft 'ommUted "t Church
J. M. Leonard was arrested last night as
he was coming out ot the Young Men'lI
Christian association bullllng : with nn over-
cant on his arm Ollleer Flynn , seeing
him with nn extra overcoat , suspected
that he had stolen It. The coat contained
IL mUlller , a pair at gloves and a cap , and
the mumer proved the means ot learning
10 whom the coat belonged Tile numo of
Howard Kennedy jr , was stamped on It ,
and an olllcer was sent to his residence
to make Inquiry concerning ! It , und found i
that the coat mud been stolen n short limo I
before from tire Kounlzo Memorial church
at the corner of Sixteenth and Harney.
The Omaha Turnvereln gave 1\ treat enter-
talnment last night nt Germnnla ball.
"Good Morning , 1\Ir. Fischer" and "Fred
and 1.lzzle , " two pretty little operettas of
one act each , were IJla'ed by home talent ,
to tire delIght of a good house During tire
IntermIssion succeeding tire first part 1\11'
Julius 1'eyo1eo gave a comic , recitation ,
which was wel received , as were also
"Souvenir Petersburg , " cornet solo by
lIermann Basso and "Espa nole , " xylo-
phone solo by William lIamhnclt. Miss
Gustel lIertbus , wire took time leading part ,
displayed considerable ability.
Jln'entt nil Slut 8t. Louis . Stock 'i'lIrI.
ST LOUIS , March 3-The carpenters'
district Jouncll bas declared a boycott on
tire Union Stock Yards company and Its
action line been 1'IIIIorseil hy tire Trades
and Labor union of SI , I.ouls. It IH claimed
by the carpenters' council that the corn-
pany Is working the men ten hours Per
day for about one.halt the union scale. .
Clmrles Ih'Ahr'lIIo : Turns Iii ) .
Charles Hasbrouck , who warned his
friends Saturday night that he contemplated -
plated some rash act , anti who also asked
: Mr. Orin Petrie to take charge of his wife
and chllllren after Jie , had made his exit ,
turned lip ycsltmll1Y afternoon all right
and Is now domiciled at the residence of
AII' Pelrlo. _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _
hoary liludeh..ller' . I.onl Jllnen 1 lIdllll , ,
SOUTH IHIND Ind" , 1larch 3.-lIenry
Studebaker died at 2:30 : yesterday afternoon .
noon at slomach and other troubles , after
an IIInells of two years lie was bOrn
slxt.elght years ago In Pennsylvania ,
cording west In IK52. lie and Clem Siulle.
baker established tire Studebaker Manufacturing -
facturlng company ' here In tire liO's.
III1Alllk. . fir i'Irvsicbni CRillI' me 1'lInl" .
ST. JOSEPH , March 3.-Abraham Hull of
Muryvllle : , died In hot Springs , Ark , two
weeks ago , from what his physicians hind
diagnosed us blood poisoning It turns out
to have been small imx ( . Twelve somali pOX
patients are now conllned In the pest house
anti Hopkins hns.qunrantlned against Mary- .
vllle , A panic exists among those wbo attended -
tended Hull'lI funeral.
Not ixttotiy a Cinch ,
This Ie the way a man named Gaines at
St. Peter Mlnn" , got the better of an Insur- '
ance company : Many years ago IIIr. Gaines
Insured hIs life for $3,600. After many years '
of payment of $90 a year premium at the age
at 70 he asked tire officers at the company
how much they would pay him to cancel his
policy. They offered him $2,000. He refused
to take It , but made them this proposition :
"It you will give me $41G a year until death ,
which Is $8 0. weelr , I will cancel the policy. "
"Agreed , " said tire company , which thought
Il had a cinch In Its favor , as he would not
live many years. Since that time he has
lived elghte-cn years , and the compny : has ,
paid him his 'earIY ' stipulation at $ -11G , which
up to this time has amounted to $7,488-tho
laving of the $90 premium In the eighteen
years and the Interest make It the snug sum
of over $18,000 that the old mal\ gained by
his bargain. IIIr. Gaines Is well pre.erved at
88 and bids fair to receive many more pay-
ments at tine hands at the commrpany which
struck a tough piece ot human timber upon
which to base Its calculatiomis
Lost Ills I.e/ While lIuIiUn/
TAIlOR , In" , March 3-Speclal ( Tele-
gram.-Whlle ) bunting along Nlshnabotnn
river Saturday afternoon , Fred Murphy ot
Hnnllolph , 1-1 years old , was accidently shot
In the right leg. Dr. Hnnnahiln of Itan-
1I0lph amid James Cole ot 1'hnrman were
called and amputated the leg just below
the knee Tine boy Is doing well.
Jl'nrd CIrlllnlll UlhlJons.
BALTIMORE , Mnrch 3-Canllnal Glb-
irons preachell the sermon today In tire
cathedral more There was /l large attendance .
ance , ns Is always the CIISO when It Is
Imown that his eminence will \ ho In tire
pulpit. 1'he "Heading at the Holy Script-
ures" was the lIubject.
Il11pnrlln/ C'ollsillorllhto ( Join .
NEW YORK , March 3-Tho Cunard line
stenmshlp Aurenln , which arrived today
from Liverpool , brought 13J8OO In specie
l.'lIe French transport Atlllntlc IIno sloam.
shIp I.a Bretagno , from Havre , brought
100,743 franca In specie .
August ZleEoQI , wire died lIt St. Joseph
hospital 011 Friday last , wan : ! burled Sunday ,
March 3 , at Racln6 , Wis , his old iromnie
"An Hour with lIawlhorne" Is the subject
at Miss Kate McHugh's lecture , to bo glvell
at Unity church this evening , This ends a
highly successful course of lectures
Proto T. H. McBride ! does not lecture bl ! .
fore the 'Vomen's club , as has been /ttatee ! ,
but he does lecture Ilefore tire University lIx-
tension center , In the Women's club rOOIllS ,
Monday and Tuesday evenings , March 11
and 12 , Tire lectures arc pUblic and will
begin at 8 o'clock.
When Baby was sick WII gave her Caatorls
When she woo 0. Child , she cried for Castora !
When she became Miss , sine clung to Cnstorlo.
When sire had Children , she gavotbcm Cutcrfl ;
GEO p SANFORD A. W. RIEKMAN ,
Fresldent. Cashier. .
First Natio nal BanK
COUNCIL BLUFFS , Iowa
Capital , . . $100,000
Profits . . . 12,000
On of tine oldest lIank In tine state ci Iuwa
W. solicit your bualnlu and c llectl n. . We
pay S per cent on liars deposits. W. will bt
pleased to ac' and lerve 70\1
The Good Samaritan. 20 Years' Experience.
READmt OF DISEASES OF lIIEN ANSI
\VOlln N. l'ltOI'IUETOIt OF THE
WonLD'ii IIEItRAL DISl'J N-
SAlty OF nICINE.
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I treat the ( ol/owing / O'soase :
Cntarrh of Iho hlcrtnl Throat RIIII I.unA'B' Dls-
eases or the Bye l1Iull Ear , Fits antI , APop\ex \ ,
heart Isensu , Liver COllllllalnt. Kidney Come-
Illl1lnt , Nervous Debility , Mental Dc.
IlrCMHIOIi. I.OHM of 1Unllhooll HCIII-
haul Vcaksseu5 Hlnbcles lJr/llllt's / DI3.
'lise , St. Vl1us' ) ) alloe. lIhoumatlslI1 , l'rnraiyrds P1
Whlto , SwolllnA' 8cl'Oful.1.'c'er . Sores 'J.'llIlIo
orK nlnl IKtnln III nllo rClIsovcd
" .ltllout tile katie , or drlnvlu" u
drol' ofhlood.VOIIUSII with her
dcllcnto orgnllH rCHtorcd to
lu nllh. JlroIIH cured , vllllont
tnlllllIl Special AUcllllon Klvcn
to Pri'oicjissd VCllcrcnl DIHCOHCtt
of nil 11:1111114. : 850.10 .soo"rorfelt for
airy , 'cllcrcnl JlllfcoHc I Cllllllot euro
, ltllont lUcrcllry. 1'lIpo Worms removrcl
. iii two or three hours , urine lay. ) HOIDon-bollla
or Plies \ cured , '
TJlOSI wno Anl AI'F'J.JCTI'.D
Will save life and hundreds at dollnrs by call.
log on or using
DR. C. W. PANClE'S HERBAL MEDICINES.
Tire iprili' l'iiyslcinir whu clln toil \ wlmtuUs
a l'enUIl wl1hulIllloklll II (1IIeoUlln. f. . . . . .
Those III II tll.lllllco KO'III fur fJIICIUoD
IUnnlr , 'No.1 fur leer , . No ii : for Wlllllen ,
All correspondence strictly confidential
) Icdlcillo sellt by oxpress. Address all letters
G. W. I-ANGI.n , 1'1. D. ,
555 BROADWAY. Coucii BI.U"8.
Enclose 100 In stalllJlS for rCllly. ,
SI'IS & BAINBRIDGE Attorneya.llt.LIl'
i.lLiij % % UflriiifliniJuiJ , > > Praotlco In tire State )
IInd I'ollorul CourtH. tOOItl ! ! ! aoJ.7-Ij.tI , Hirugrir ;
Block IJutln1l1l llrutr . .lIIW , ' ,
Special Notices-Council Bluff's
CnUINEYB CI.EANEDI ; VAULTS CLEANED.
Ed Durke , at \V. II. U mer'l. m Broadway
t.A1tal J'nrVNI'I DAnN YOU RENT HSAR
court hrcuse Apply at flee otIlce , Coullcll Dlurt. _ _ _
loIi ItIINT , 60-ACnt l'A1tM , ONE.UAI.l' MlI.a
south or city iinhlts tiirce.quurters or a mlle
west at Manu WIL road Suitable for dairy , Ap-
1'1) to Leonard \'crctl. .
Foil ltIlNT , IGO ACm H 0' Sm'LmMm)1fl OtABB
land near asylum. l'robabio yield two lonl 10
tire acme Hent $3,0 I'cr uen' ) barge discount
for cniir Apply 10 Leunarll I'Jveret.
1'01 ltilN'l' , A OOI ) G.ltOOM I0JHI . WI'J'U
god I.nr on Third street and Fourteenth n'o
cnue , near tire C. , 15. & Q. depot Apply II
i8ui.r : ; FtltM AND OAlml LAND FOR
saint eaul' l'A1M ; UII l. easy ternirs nay & hess , H _ ,1
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- I'cal . Mttttt . . . - - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
; t I'II 1.1Jt OUTFIT VOlt SALE ; I I.AN-
dau , I l.ruugiianr. I coach , 1 surrey , I 1,1,101
3 buggies , G sleighs , t sets inarness. Jay
hess , Council Blurts. o
- le. Cunci lurl.
WANTI ) TO huNT , A MOIEIN 10Im OIP
lIve or llac roma , lulh of Jroadway , by April
1. Address I. Z. mice oiitcc' .
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FOit ntJN'r , A J4ODflltU TIIN-ltOOM iiItICmC
1'OI JtN N-I00M mucI
mouse : also IL alx.mOn cottinge . Ur. J. 1.
Wodbury , corner _ Jut and . Story _ _ streets.
WANTlm A'I ONCICAMANFOR lAlU
und garden woe Ie , J. 11. lcl'hell WI l1' 'P
Pierce street CouncIl Ulu"
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