Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, June 22, 1895, Page 3, Image 3
TIL 13 OMAHA. DAILY HI5K : SATt'KDAY , JlTNrI3 12 L , ISO , ' , THE OMAHA DAILY DEE COUNCIL ULUI-TS. - OF11CB , - - NO. II 1'UAIUj STHKKT Utllvmil S/r catl r ( o nr ptrl of th cltr. 11.V. . TIL.TON , Lciiee. TKI.UritONKl3--niMntM ! eflle * , No. U ; night 1 No. 13. 1 .11 IMSII .1U ; . > ( Until ! holM. OomnMI niulTs. NoMy fur- DlnliPil. Hnipcr.o.l Ort. 1. I' . 1' . Clnrk. Prop. Sl.'clnl mcetliiK ct Utiiff * illvtrion No. E7 Oil * urn.tut. W-rfc In the * lr Knights , rn.-.k. Another excursion frcsr. fit. JM PI ! to Council llluffr I * bi'lnt ; I-UUIUM ! lor July H liy tlio Kanxii City taltvay company. Tie ! -'Mtit , UlRKlitP IO.IKC of U.ill\v > ; Trr.ln- men will run an cxcuwinii lu Ciuncll Illud * Friday. Juno 28. Manawa. will bo the point aimed for. Another " -.mimiinw of the throe rates jioadiiiK afMlnil John Cover. lic mWiea MV. cr.il lmun' . luc Wn nrariifc < l until Monday at 2 o'clock. tipoeldl ooinmutilcation of Uliilt City lodge No. 71 , Ancient Free ami Atcciitdl Ma on . tills cvonlni ; l r wurk In tt'O ' Hist uueru1. All Mnsnn * Invl'ed. II. Fullir. a lad who has li'-on carefully cultivating a reputation for incorriKibllliy lately , was arrested nR.iln ytmrnUy. charned with JiitnpInK or. and off motor trains. Hubert II. l.unfi. a brakeman on the Hitr- lltiKtnii road , and Miss Jennie Sclx'nck of Omaha , their ages lielns plven as 31 nn-1 22 respectively , were married by Hcv. U. I . Dudley. The funeral of John Dolinny tnnk place yesterday morning from St. Krnncls Xavler's church a larpo number nf friends of tlio family beliiR procnt. The rmrilnt were taken to the Catholic cemetery for Interment. William Yomm. the Silver Creek township farmer who Is churned with breaking Into Ills house nml throw Inn out the household roods of Mr. unil Mrs. 1'cter Nelson , wan given a pnrtlnl lu-urlnR yesterday. The In- vcstlgallon of the rourt ilrev. a UK crowd of Interested cp ctnler * . Tin- Matter Hay faints arc havlnt ; success In their tent meetltiKS at the corner of Harmony am ) Harrison streets. Cider Wil liams will speak on the subject of "Evolu tion. Its Truth or Falsity" next Sunday even ing. If the weather ls > pleasant the services will bo held In the tent , otlicrwlie In the church. A nlekcl-ln-tho-plot machine In the Orand hotel bar room has turcumlxnl to a confi dence game and has been yielding Us treas ures to some one who substitutes brats h.irb.T checks for nickels. The other mornIng - Ing when the machine was opened about fifty of the checks , worth perhaps 2 cents to any one who neHs them , were found cuddled up In the reciptucle where the nickels ought to have been. Flro and tornado Insurance written In best companies * . Money for farm loans at low- rates. City property for sale or trade for farm lands In Iowa. Lougco & Towle , 235 Pearl St. . Have you seen the uncqunllei ) bargains In midsummer millinery all new fresh goods- no old stock to work off , and In cheap goods hats at your own prices. Ilaby hoods and Phlrred hats especially cheap at Mrs. E. J Scott's , ! > 3G West Broadway. Wevlll make special prices for running service pli.es for gas to your residence for the month of June. Call at Gas office lot Information. The Uardmnn. the piano par excellence J'/CKSO.N.If. I'.Hi.Kllt.trilti. MUs Miller of Oakland , la. , Is visiting friends In this city. Mrs. Dr. Montgomery has gone to Minnesota seta for a few weeks. F. J. Schnorr , the real estate man , Is vis iting In Central City , Neb. John Atwood of Sioux Falls , S. D. , span several days with friends here this week. Dr. Montgomery was called to Missour Valley yesterday to see a case of appendicitis Miss lllanche Arkwrlght leaves today fo Portland , Or ? . , to visit her brother for sl\ weeks. Misses Gertie Davenport and Corlnne nm Ella Albright are visiting friends In For Madison. James Holcomb of Atlantic , la , . , was a Illuffs visitor on his way to Portland , Ore. yesterday. Mrs. O. W. Ran of Tncoma , Wash. , I visiting her sister , Mrs. C. W. McDonald at M9 South Tenth street. President W. M. Hrooks of Tabor colleg and daughter , Miss Kdlth , passed through til city yesterday on their way to the "Tabo college settlement" In Omaha , composed o young ladles from Tabor college who ar putting In their vacation among the squat ters. ters.A A message has been received announcing the marriage of Eleanor Schuylsr Swan daughter of the late Charles Swan of Councl muffs , to Ora Arthur Perry of Auburn , N. Y The ceremony was performed at St. John' church , Ithaca , N. Y. , by Uev. Stephen II Synott , June 11 ! . No cards. Goethe married his cook. With what ( lain tlea would che have regaled the poei coul liu have hail Dr. Price's Halting Powder. Cut lloiTii I'dllcc Vicitl : nv When the night patrolmen went on dut last evening Chief Scanlan informed th members of the force that the rule adoptee some time ago giving them one day oft eacl month , In addition to the annual live days layoff , had been revoked. The reason for thl move , as stated by the mayor , Is that Hi present size ofthe fore ? does not admit o one day each month being allowed them with out danger of demoraliz'ng ' the force. Ther are no substitute ! * allowed , and the work o every man Is needed at present , at least , t keep order In the city. The action causei considerable dissatisfaction naturally nmoii the patrolmen , but they are disposed to ac cept the situation as gracefully as possible. Hought the Dungim Murk Cole & Cole bought most of It and ar making prices on some goods at less tha Dungan's cest. Screen frames. 19c each. AVocil frame clothes wringers ? , J1.S5 each Iron frame clothes wringers , Jl.GO each. Western washers , $2.75. Screen doors , t5c ! to "Tic each. Spring hinge ? , lOc and 15c pair. Tinware at your own prices ; no shodd ( tuff , but standard goods. Are closing on bicycles at cost to quit for the season. Fill line of gas ranges , pitollne stoves and refrlg orators.11 Main St. Wlllto < > > IK riling. Five thousand feet 8-lnch top , 12 to 2 feet long , at 9'/ic per lineal foot. A. Over ton , Council Bluffs , la. Stippot-u to llo Thlcvm. The police think that some spectacle pho In this vicinity has been raided by thelve and the booty Is now being disposed of here A gang of men have been scouring the town and four men. two at a time , have been gath rred In by the otlicers , each of them we loaded with ppectacles. Two that were caugh yesterday represented themselves to be sew Ing machine agents and tried to sell the spec taclee on the t > ide. lpfrp < hiiiciit fur Kxrur lnnUt * . Wo will serve light refreshments to ex curslonlsts to and from St. Joe Sunday. HAIUD & GOODHICH. Commencement IB not complete unless you diploma Is f-amed. See the new stylsa | frames. H , U Smith & Co. . 45 Main street A nice assortment of children's wash suit > t Metcalf Ilros. .1 ml co > < ll < > r ciklp * . Advices from New York Indicate that th authorities of that city had more difficulty I keeping Judge Adler than they did In gettln him. He was released on a bond of ? 5,00 ( and Immediately took leg ball of his own , am Is now said to be In Chicago. The bond ha been declared by the court forfeited , and th New- York people are now willing that som other western police force shall locate hli again. Our summer review for teachers will beg next Monday and close August 2. W. b Paulson. Metcalf Bros , have a splendid line of sum mer clothing. _ _ _ _ _ _ igency ( or Munvon'i remedies. OTS FROM COUNCIL BLUFFS | 'cculiar Hutory Involving the Est\tu : ol the Lite Etepli n Duun , ITIGATION OVtR VALUABLE PROPERTY HIV III Which \Voiiixn Clnlmlnir to HP the I Irit nml Only \ Vlfinf the Drrcud'il Snlimltlril lu lllilrlrt ( 'mirt. TJ.M'o was A Milt tried In the district court yoitciday wlilcli , It It results In a victory tor i lie plaintiff , \vlll make n sudden change In tlit ownership of something over $2&OuO worth of icnl etlati' In Pottiiwattamlo county mid vicinity , which has been commonly sup * pond to belong to the late Stephen Dunn , who died In IS-7. ; A lady has turned up with the claim that she , mid * l'.c only , Is the widow of the deceased , ami Unit the woman who hears Ilium's name hud no authority In law for doing to. Stephen Dunn lived In Montreal. Canada , In IS 13. nml was there mnrrlcil to . 'unc ' Ann Milter.Yllllum mid John Dunn , both of whom are well known In Council HlulTH , were born In Montreal , but a few years after the maiTlagt : the father bundled up his fam ily and went to Cincinnati. About 1855 he look his three tons , William , John nml Stephen , jr. , nml. leaving his wife In Cin cinnati , came to Council llluffs. Shortly after his arrival he became acquainted with i Mrs. Carson nml married her , It Is 'Inlmed ' , without ever having gone through he preliminary operation of getting n dl- , -orce from his drat wife. He lived with his second wife until he lied eight years ago. During his llto he nnias'M'd considerable property , although he 'olloued tailoring as a business. Among ither things he owned the property now oc cupied by Ilahni & Zlmmerlaln as n sa- eon building on Drcadway. near Sixth street , which now stands on the records In the nnme of John Peter ; ,100 acres of land In Crescent and Cinrnor townships , n lot on Fifth avenue lietween Klghth and Ninth streets , another : in East llroadway near the John Dunn homestead , besides considerable farm land In [ reniont mid Mills counties. IIECAME AN ARMY Nl'USK. After being dei-crted by her husband , Mrs. Dunn No. 1 went ns n nurse In the army , mil later en was employed as housekeeper In liotels In New Orleans , Louisville and other cities. About a yea ago she was tnken flck nml while In a hospital was questioned by one of the sisters as to whether she bad any relatives living. She replied that sbe hail n liusbaml living In Council llluffs. Corres pondence wns commenced by the sister , and upon her recovery Mrs. Dunn decided to come In person and look him up. When she arrived she found her husband had died after marrying another woman. She called upon C. G. Saunders and told him her story , which seemed to him decidedly gauzy. Nevertheless , he agreed to go to Montreal and look up the case. When he arrived there he found all statements Mrs. Dunn had made corroborated In every par ticular. He brought back with him certified copies of the marriage certlllete and the cer- tltlcate of baptism of the two children , which he obtained at the cathedral where the cere monies were performed. He Immdlatly com menced n suit against L. P. Jmlt-on Involv ing n tract of land In Garner township , nml this suit was tried and submitted to Judge Smith yesterday. Several more suits arc also pending , and others are to be filed In the near future. All the property owned by Stephen Dunn at the time of his death is involved , as well as all that owned and parted with at any time after leaving his first wife. Mrs. Dunn No. 1 claims her dower Interest In all of It. She Is 75 years of age. but Is remarkably bright and active for her age. She took her place upon the witness stand yesterday afternoon and told her story In all Its particulars as above given. Shirt Another sale of ladles' shirt waists at the 110STON STOKE. Special for Saturday : New line of shirt waists worth 75c to 89c each on sale at fiSc. $1.00 shirt waists on sale at 7f > c. $1.25 and $1.50 shirt waists nt $1.00 each. VllKK. With every shirt waist bought at our stort Saturday we will give an elegant belt buckle , free. free.Ladles' Ladles' ribbed vests , for Saturday 3c each Infants' lace caps worth 15c on sale at 5 ( each. Another case of our celebrated 1192 summei corset on sale at 44c each. FOWLER , DICK & WALKER , BOSTON STORE , Counc'l Ulutts , la. Ilppilbllcun t'llnmriei * Innkglit. The republican city primaries will be helt' this evening at 7:30 : o'clock for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the count ) convention , at the following places : First precinct , First ward , at Wheeler K Hereld's. Second precinct , First ward , at 005 Broad' way. way.First and second precincts , Second ward at city building. First precinct , Third ward , at Justlc ; Vlen's olllce. Second precinct , Third ward , at SOS SouU Main street. First precinct , Fourth ward , at south room of court house. Second precinct. Fourth ward , at Smith's hall. hall.First First and second precincts , Fifth ward at 1125 Fifth avenue. First precinct , Sixth ward , at Shubert's olllce. Second precinct , Sixth ward , at Wlndsoi Park school house. Good wine needs no bush , and good bak Ing powder requires no gift to help sell It , Use Price's llaklng Powder and get purltj and strength. S fiingriiiilirii will .Moot. O. C. GaKon , court reporter for Judge Theme ! ! , was In the city yesterday making arrangements for the annual meeting of tlit State Stenographers' association , of which hi Is president , at Cedaf Rapids , heginn ng Julj 16 and closing the ISth. Arrangements have been made for a rate of one and one-thlrc fare for the round trip on all railroads Among the speakers will bo Hon. Laf ( Young of DPS Mollies , W. E. Cody of Slou > City , F. F. Dawley of Cedar Rapid ? , Presi dent H. II. Seerley of the S'ate Norm * school at Cedar Falls. Dr. C. E. Waters , Dr S. W. Moori'heal of Keokuk , an old Councl llluffs man ; J.V. . Johnson of Knoxvllle , lr ) J. P. Grunwell of Alliance , O. , Judge C. A Hishop of Des Molnes , C. II. Sholes of Port land , Ore. , one of the earliest Fhortlmiu writers of Council Dlufts ; C. II. Rush o : Chicago , Prof. A. N. Palmer of Cedai Rapids. F. M. Ely of Fort IKdge. Prof. E. R Rtetlno of Cornell college. Ml. Vernon , am 2 i& 3 ® SS 3i none of the pretended substitutes for Royal | Baking Powder * Royal only is Absolutely Pure * t SS ? S S Wt ! t3 t 7SS C ? dRSt , SrtS ; -1,1 Itoyiil Orahani Grins. Us pints Graham , Ms pint corn meal , 1 teaspoonful salt , 2 teaspconfuls Rcyal Bak ing Powder , Ui pints milk. Sift together Graham , corn meal , salt and powder. Add the milk , and mix Into a moderately stiff batter. V4 fill cold gem pans , well greased. Bake In a solid hot oven 10 to 12 minutes. Chicken llrotli. Cut fowl Into quarters. Lay It In salt and water an hour ; put on In soup kettle with an onion anJ 1 quarts water. Bring very slowly to gentle boll and keep UiLs up until liquid has diminished > /6 and meat shrinks from bones. Take out chicken , wait It and fct aside with cupful of broth. In bowl ( covered ) , until next day. Season rest of broth and put back over fire. Boll up and skim , eld nearly cupful of rice , prevl- \gnc II .Mrtm uf Ingerfoll Out Ml s Laura Klitklnger of OoUnt.ll HWfts I * on the program for A pa cr on the aubj ct of "llnsl- . nom Women " | Thrtu evening regions will he held end the affair will wind up w'Kh a banquet. Delf- giites are expected to bo prcfent from four teen ctati1 * for the purjwe nf lirganlzlng a wwtcrn court reporters' association. III.VM : > > I ) > into * . f ntiirilny'o Itlc HnrRiilni. Every Item Is n genuine bargain. All our $5.00 duck suits ( our own make ) , Saturday $2. ! > S suit. Our J1.C9 lawn wrappers at $1.00. $ Hoys' $1.00 Faunllcroy shirt waists In plain white , solid color , French sateens and fancy percales , Saturday entire lot 49c cadi. Ladles' COc summer corsets , 39c. ' Ladles' $1.00 chamois gloves , "Sc pair. fiO dozen ladles' 25c Jersey ribbed vests , slll < trimmed , Saturday 16c each. New line of children's parasols at 25c , 35c , iOc and 7Bc each. They're nobby and rhcap. A 1110 SHIRT SALE. A big purchase , SO ilozrn , gents' finest quality French percale laundered Hhlrts , col lar attached , actual value $1.00 and $1.25 , colors guaranteed fast , Saturday entire lot nt one price , D9e each. SATURDAY EVENING SALE. Saturday evening we offer our entire stock of 50c , C5o and 7Cc sw.vel silks , 30 Inches wide , nt one price , "fie yard. Another big lot of ladles' GOc lisle thread vests , silk trimmed , Saturday evening at " 5e each. BENN1SON BROS. , Council Bluffs. I Ity On u . Township Assessor Hardln completed the figuring yesterday on the census of Kuno township anJ tlmls that there arc now 20.IJOO people living within Its boundaries. There Is no padding about It , anJ these figures repre sent the actual population. In 1S90 the cen- susc- ' gave Council Hluffs 21,474. Oilier clt'oa In the west have suffered a loss of anywhere from 10 to 25 per cent of their population within the past five years , owing to the long continued hard times and bad wops , every 0110 that could get together enough money to pay his railroad faro out of town blowing It In for that purpose , In the hope of bet tering himself. In view of the experience of the other cities , the present condition of Council Bluffs Is n matter of congratulation. The other townships In the county , with the exception of Garner , which has not yet reported , show a population of U1.226 , and the towns 5,5)4. ! ) With the 2-18 people nt the School for the Deaf the total population of Pottawnttamle county becomes 4C.5C8 , mak ing an allowance of 1,000 for Garner town ship. .liinr Mllllnor.v Siitr , All trimmed hats at a great reduction. $10 hats for $0 : $12 hats for $7$6 ; hats for $3 ; $5 hats for $2,50 ; a nice trimmed hat for $1. These prices will continue for the next 30 days. Miss Ragsdale , 10 Pearl street. A polish that will make your piano or furniture look better than when you bought It. It's cheap and all right ; get It nt Blx- by's , 202 Main street. Mnirr'/ > Two ninon. Qporgo H. Miller , alias E. M. Patton , found In Justice Walker's court yesterday that two names , unlike two heads , are not always so good as one. He was given a hell ing on the charge of passing upon A. T. Elwell a forged money order for $15. He at first refused to tell what his right name was , saying that he haJ people whom he did not wish to learn of his present predicament. He said , however , that neither of the names ho went under were his own exclusive prop erty. The effort of the court to Induce him to tell why It was that he preferred to travel Incog put him In rather an embarrassing position. He was finally bound over to the grand Jury , and In default of ball was sent to Jail. Yes , the Eagle laundry Is "that good laundry , " and Is located at 724 Broadway. i If In doubt about this try It and be convinced. Oon't forget name and number. Tel. 157. rlul ) liny nt the Oltuivu Clmntnnqim. OTTAWA , Kan. , J.me 21. ( Special Tele gram. ) Today was club day at the Ottawa assembly. The various women's clubs which composed the women's council are discussing questions of special Interest to themselves and kindred organizations. Prof. Kent's lecture on the "Beginning of the Hebrew Monarchy" deserves special notice , as well as the paper by Mls,3 O. P. Bray of Topeka on "What Shall the Women's Chris tian Temperance Union Do Next for the Enfranchisement of Women ? " The mornIng - Ing lecture , delivered by Prof. Charles F. Kent , was entitled "An Old Hebrew Love Story. " This afternoon Dr. Gunsalus of Chicago delivered the first of hip lectures , taking as his subject "Phillip Brooks. " At the C. L. S. C. round table the question was asked , "What Good Works of Fiction Have You Read During the Past Year ? " and the an swers formed a very Interesting list of b.oks. A rally of Epworth League members , who nro attending the assembly , was held at 7 o'clock. The evening lecture was delivered by Frang G. Carpenter of Washington. . ! ) . C. , trio subject , "The Yankee of the Orient , or the Japanese of 1891. " "Hands that rock the cradle rule the world. " Nursing mothers transmit alum baking powder effects to Infants. Only Dr. Price's Is perfectly pure. MllllirlipnIU W hint < on rosH MINNEAPOLIS , June 21. Scores last night In the Whist congress for the Hamilton trophy resulted : Hyde Park defeated St. Louis , C3G to C12 ; Chicago duplicate defeated Milwaukee , C32 to CIS ; Chicago defeated H-amilton , C35 to Oil , Minneapolis defeated University of Chicago , C34 to C14. The greatest interest Is centered In the remain ing games with three Chicago clubs against Minneapolis. MINNEAPOLIS , Minn. , June 21. The American Whist league today elected the fol lowing olllcers : President. Theo Schwarz , Chicago ; vice president , W. If. Barney , Prov idence , It. I. ; recording secretary , H. II. Kribbs , St. Louis ; corresponding secretary , R. II. Wcems. Brooklyn , N. Y. ; treasurer , R. L. Richards , Rock Rapids , la. ; directors for three years. GeorgL. . Dunn , St. Paul , Minn. ; George II. Fish , New York ; George W. Morse , Newton. Mass. ; Gustav Mak , Philadelphia , and Arthur Remington , Tacoma , Wash. The revis'd by-laws providing for auxiliary asso ciations on state lines were adopted. ( iot ik I'liAtnlIira In l ° r ' Inslui , WASHINGTON. June 21. One of the few postolllce appointments In Alaska was made today , and Ludvlg Larson was appointed at Karluk , to succeed W. M. Taylor , resigned. There are twenty-five pcstofllces In Alaska and appointments average about five a year. ously soaked In bowl of water. Cook slowly until rice Is tender. Stir cupful hot milk Into 2 beaten eggs , then Into broth. Let all come barely to a boll. When you have added handful of finely mince ! parsley pour out Into tureen and eerve. Ht'llll MlUfl , Soak quart white beans over night ; In morning pour off water ; add fresh ami set over flre until fklns will easily ellp off ; throw them Into coU water , rub well and skins will rite to top where they may be re moved. Boll beana until perfectly soft , al lowing 2 quarts cf water to 1 quart beans ; math beans , add flour and butter , rub to- 1 gfther. also salt and pepper. Cut cold I bread Into tnnll pieces , toast and drop on coup when you serve. I t iiinlly .smiii. [ Time , C hours ; 3 or 4 quarts pot liquor , i. e. D'SCUSStD T1MOLCT LAW Iowa 'umlay Solo ill biken Pass a Can- premise iWojution , IH1 TH03E WHO r/\YR3D < REPEAL DEFEATED Thirtieth A 11 mm 1 Convention Clo c nTlircu Dnjrii' Sr-nlim itt YtlV ( Irovr I'rcM- dent anil Sccroyiry Mu'iire IIIiaretli.il. . i nr IDA GROVE , 1.1. , OUIIP 21. The thirtieth annual convention of 'tle..Iowa | State Sabbath School association closed la three days' s s- slou hero last night. A lively discussion was produced by an attempt to piss a resolution asking the next legs'nture to repeal the mulct law. The matter was adjusted by the adop tion of the following : Hi'folvi'il , Tlmt the si'lrntlllc temperance Instruction given In the public nchouls should In1 supplenu'iitcd and strongthoni'il by uuch moral touching In Sunday vchoul us will create uril maintain a public yentl- ini'tit that will not toler.itttlu - mle as a III'VIMMRV of Intiixlcntlng liquors ; that It IH till' Imperutlvi" duty of tin.state1 by the en- forci'mi-nt of prohibitory law to protect our homes ami families from their direct foi- , the liquor saloon. Mrs. Mattle Bailey of Shemmdoah wa * reelected - elected state secretary and Rev. C. W. Sweet of Ida Gruvo state president. Tlirrutfiicil t.i l.jurli Hun. SIOUX CITY , la. . June 21. ( Special Tele gram. ) W. II. Hurd of Climbing Mill , fifteen miles from here , was brought into town by the sheriff's ofilcers today on a charge of criminally assaulting his daughter , a girl of 2,1 years. He was released on bond and will have a preliminary hearing tomorrow. The residents of Climbing Hill threaten If ho re turns home to lynch him. Hurd Is prominent In politics .uid Is one of the wealthiest mer chants in the country. Anltn riiMollIro lUililird. ANITA , la. , June 21. ( Special. ) The post- ofllce was broken Into last night and what changa theru was In the drewer taken. En trance was gained through a side window. No clew. Work has been commenced on the $10,000 Masonic temple. The cornerstone will be laid July 4. The Epworth league will have a big rally hero Thursday , June 27. The leagues from all neighboring towns are Invited. I'riltlmii for it Itfliriirlni ; . SIOUX CITY , la. , June 21. ( Special Tele gram. ) A pe'.ltlon for a rehearing of Its pe tition of Intervention In the foreclosure * cas ? of the Manhattan Trust company against the Sioux City Terminal Railway and Warehouse company was filed by the Trust Company of North America in the federal court today. The North American company's claim Is ? for $1.1 ,000. It was ruled out at the May term of court. Iinil CoiiiiMtnv'M AKxi'tg Ordered S (1. SIOUX CITY , la. , June 21. ( Special Tele gram. ) An order of court was made today for the sale of the Riverside Park Land company's assets under an execution for $64- 182 held by the Rcllanco Trust company , trus tee. The company wjll be reorganized after " the snle. ' / _ IllsuppoareJ rrii > Iloino. FORT DODGE , la.j'June 21. ( Spelnl Tele gram. ) II. E. Grunde of Thor disappeared Wednesday from home. , JI.e Is In the butcher business and when last jj n was bareheaded and barefooted. No : causg is known for his action. _ ' Now l-.onr 31111 * fir Sioux t Ity. ' ' SIOUX CITY , la. , . .June21. , . ( Special Tele gram. ) Stock has JUst been placed here for a new milling company , , Which expects in a few weeks to commenqo , the construction ol a flour mill of 1,000 liarruls capacity. Wcddlnc ui Ittd < mk. ( ' RED OAK , la. , 'June 2L ( Special. ) Harry F. Brown of this cltyitvas : married Tuesday to Mis ? Blanche F. Qran'ger of Ames , la. The entire class of ' 95 of Ames college escorted the young couple to the train. "Furs soft as sleep" wrote Theocritus , and women endorse the sentiment as warmly at they do the virtues of Price's Cream Daklng Powder. Wyoming Mi'tlmilUt C'niiforenro. SHERIDAN , Wyo. , June 21. ( Speclal.- ) Thc state conference of the Methodist Epis copal church closed here on Tuesday. The conference was the best ever held In Wyom ing. Every Methodist minister In the state was present. Among the distinguished mem bers cf the church from abroad were Dr. J. W. Shanks' ' , editor of the Omaha Christian Advocate , Dr. 0. II. Payne and Dr. A. H , Leonard of New York City. The assignments for the ensuing year are as fololws : Presid ing elder. Rev. N. A. Chambrlaln ; Almy Rev. S. F. Beggs ; Big Horn , Rev. C. I ) , Day ; Buffalo , Rev. W. T. Thomas ; Carbon Rev. G. II. Smith ; Casper , Rev. II. A. Toland Cheyenne , Rev. J. A. Johnson ; Cambria ami Newcastle , Rev. J. II. Glllespie ; Douglas anil Manville , Rev. It. A. Ball ; Evanston , Rev S. A. Beggs ? ; Lander , Uev. George Mooney Laramle , Rev. J. W. Taylor ; Otto and Blp Horn Basin , Rev. W. II. Thompson ; Rawlins Rev. J. D. Long ; Reel ; Springs , Rev. S. J Rogers ; Sheridan , Rev. G. P. Snedaker Wheatland , Rev. Henry Carylon. The church In Wyoming is In a flourishing condition. o Now Ihrungh Line to Ilio Onlf. KANSAS CITY , June 21. J. C. Newton o Holyoke , Mass. , president of the Des Molnei & Kansas City railway , and TheoJore Sher wood , general manager of the road , havi concluded arrangements to enter the city bj the Kansas City & Northern railway tracks They have been In the city several days am alter completing t'ae arrangements left fci Des Molnes. At Kansas City the new lini will connect with the Kansas City , Pittsburf & Gulf railroad , which Is being extended t < the Gulf of Mexico nt Saline Pass , Li. Thii will make a direct line from the gulf to Dei Moints. Imprlnnned for Cnnlompt of Court. CHARLESTON. S. C. , June 21. Judg. . Simonton this morning sentenced three dis pensary constables to one and two month ! Imprisonment In Jull for seizing liquors im ported Into this state for private consump tion , the seizures tcing In contempt of at Injunction issued In accordanc ? with the In tcrstate commerce law. One constable wai dismissed and the cases of several other are under consideration. Colored MimliTCT Hingr < l. DUMAS. Ark. , June 21. Anthony Johnson colored , was hanged here at 1:46 : o'clock tlih afternoon. Johnson , .on Aurll 26 , 1SU1 , she and klllfd Howard , another negro , whom hi claimed had been criminally intimate will his wife. the water in which mutton or salt beef ha been boiled. Any bones from dre.'sed meat trimmings of poultry , scraps of moat or pound gravy beef , 2 large onions , I turnip 2 carrots , a llttlo celery K-ed tied In a pied of muslin , bunch bavory herbs , 1 sprig pars ley , 5 cloves , 2 blades niace. n few pepper corns , pepier and tall to ta&to. Put a ! your meat tilmmlngK , meat bone. ' , etc. , lnt < stew-tan. Stick onions with cloves , adi them with other vegetables to meat ; pou over all the pot liquor ; tet over flow flro am let simmer gently , removing all scum as i rUe-i. btraln through fine hair sieve. 'rinin Vlr , Paste No. C , 3 cupfuls plums ; simmer li water , cover with Us cupfuls sugar , mill tender. Line pie plate with the paste ; we edges ; cover , wash \vlth egg. bake In quid oven twenty minutes. TOOK IV , l'f > ftf , I Hint HI I. 111. Ill Miort I.IMP ( n r ftmv llmt * In tlin I'oitrl nf Apprnl. SAN ritAXClSCO. Juno 21 Tr.uisorlp' * were filed today In the fnltod State- circuit court of appeals hero Upon appeals which have been taken from the Oregon circuit from -decree paujcd In nnc of the Union Pacific receivership suits and pcnJIng In Oregon gen , to-\vlt : That In which an order was passed appointing Egan rccel\cr of the Ore gon. Short Line and t'tnti Northern com pany's properties , extending from Wyoming to Oregon , with branches through IHali , Uaho and Montana. Receivers' certificates' , U Kuiti' , wcro ordered to Issue , although It Is alleged the rend wan earning more than sufficient to pay operating expenses and maintenance , to the amount of $1,000,000 , chargeable t\f a Hen upon the1 road , to aid the American Loan and Trust company ti > pay Interest due upon first mortgages. TliC Union Pacific rocAelvers protected against the Issuance of certificates for this purpose. H Is to test the validity of receiveis' certi ficates Isvued not for malntemintv , for oper ating or for orpalrs , but purely to enable a second mortgage to pay Interest on the first mortgage , that the appeals are taken. Oliver Ami's , second , and Samuel Carr of Boston bring one appeal and the Oregon Short Line and Utah Northern railway another. It Is stated that hearings cannot bo had on the appeals until the fall term of the court of appeals. Ciilnrril Mitn I.ynclioil for Icu-ont. PORT GIBSON , Miss. , Juno 21. James Saunderii , colored , was hanged last night about twelve miles from here by an Infuriated mob of both whites and black ? . He was caught In a compromising position with his own daughter. The son reported the case to Saunders" wife , who was the stepmother of the girl , whereupon a row occurred , In which the wife of Saunders was killed , either by Mm wit or his daughter. The firnther of the murdered woman , with about 200 blacks and fifty whites , went to Saunder ' housv labt night and took him and hung him. It Is re ported that the daughter of Saunders wilt t > o strung up tomorrow. Sheriff Walker and posse have gone to the tcene of trouble to prevent the lynching of the woman If possible. reeling Among tlu > Inilliini tiitrimlHiMl , WICHITA , Kan. , Juno 21. A dispatch re ceived here tonight says t'nat the bitter fool ing manifested toward the white settlers In the Canadian valley of Oklahoma by the In dians since the wanton shooting of Red I/Jdgt1 by the sheriff of O county was .Intensified yesterday by the killing of an Indian at Cantonment by a cowboy iintneil Burke. A party of cowboys were hunting for stolen cattle whfti thty met thl' Indian with fresh meat , and thinking It was lie tliat htolp the cattle and killed them , they shot him. Burke was the leader of the cowboys and did the shooting. Agent Woodson has gone out among the Indians to pacify them. I'owoll tlio Only \\rntt-rn Miin Iteroui.l/iMl. PHILADELPHIA , June 21. Charles J. Bonaparte , chairman of Hie executive commit tee of the National Municipal league , which recently met In Cleveland , tonight announced the appointment of committee ! on finance , laws and grievances. Nearly all of the com- mlttcemen named are from the eastern states. J. G. Powell of Omaha , Neb. , on the commit tee on grievances and abuses , Is the only se lection from west of the Missouri river. AFFAIU3 AT SOUTH OMAUA. V. M , C , A , OUtrlrt rnnvr-ntliin Opens lu > ri > liM , Last evening wlttH'ssril the opening icr.-.rcs of the Young Min'r Christian a nccUUon con vention of district No. 1 of N'rhra k , At III. ' First Methodist Eplicopal i-'mrch. ' It wis the rnmmcnruiicitt of the third nnnuil con vent'on ' f the district. About ton dflpgatpi were prittnt. Huv. Frank Crane , pastor of the First Methodist church In Omaha , de livered the opening AiUtrt-ra. Hcv. Mr. Crane told of I ho many good worku of the Young Men's Christian aisocl.Ulon , and what the young men could do In carrying the teaching ! * of Christ Into every household In the laud. If they only persevered In their work. This morning devotional service ? will he held at ( ha Presbjlerlau church , commencing at 9 o'clock. S. S. Clark of Fremont will lead the wrvloo. Bible reading ut ! i.30. and nt 10 o'clock llioro will be .in address oil "How to Interest Men In Small Towns In Men's Gospel Meeting. " In the afternoon W. S. Hylor of Nebraska Oily will liMil the prairo service , coii'iiutu'ltiK at t0 : : ! o'rlorh. Illlil" reading by Uev. E L. Ely will follow. L. T. llau'ii of Omaha. Harry Curtis of Council Bluffs nml L. C. Dale of Blair will i.ich conduct short srrvlci's during the afternoon. The nftcrnonii tps. lon will close with an address by E. 1) ) . Hender son of Omaha on "Things to A-.old In Artvj. elation Work. " At S o'clock tonight services will pppn at the First Methodist Episcopal Church ; W. E. Johnson of Omaha will lead In the praise service. Major E. W. Halford , U. S. A. , will deliver an address on "The Value of the Young Men's Christian Association , " Sunday morning at the Presbyterian church fellow ship meeting will be held at S.30 o'clock. In the afternoon nt the Methodist church , F. W. Ober , superintendent of the Young Men's Christian association In Omaha , will give a bible chat to men at II p. in. A street mei'tlng will be hold a half lu.ur . later by L. T. Haven. Farewell.sorvlces will lie liclil In the evening at the Presbyterian and Methodist churches. After the servlec J. A. Williams- Omaha was elected temporary chairman , A. L. Tucker of Wayne vice chairman , and W. T. I'ugh of South Omaha secretary. It Is expected that at the meeting this morning all of the delegates will be present Will Cnmici't ultli the Kmxltrr * . MILWAUKEE , Juno 21. Judge Jenkins has authorized the North'-rn Pacific receivers to enter Into a contract with the Parrott Silver and Copper company wh reby the min ing company Is to build four miles of track at a cost of JfiH.OOO. Th5 track Is to be built from Whitehall , In Montana. The mining company as about to erect a smelter and agrees to furnish all the money to build the track , but the receivers are expected to pay It back. This Is done by allowing the mining company 50 per cent of the freight charges on material to thc.tmclter on account and fiO ptr cent on ore hauled until the amount Is paid up. tliulrr ArrcHl \\liolosuln HtTtniltliifir. EAGLE PASS , Tex. , June 21. Harry Hill , the noted Oklahoma boomer and owner of "Harry Hill's Wild West show , " Is under arrest for wholesale swindling. Hill , It Is al leged , has drawn drafts on the defunct Wichita Horse and Mule Market company of Wichita and various hanks In favor of Texas and Colorado creditors , which have all been protested. Hill has been absent several months. SCOLDING The cool : within the kitchen stood , Her victim was the grocery-boy , Ilur hands upon her hips , And softly thus siiako sno : And miiny were thn iiiifjry words Oh. what u llttlo fool yon arc , Came pourinrr from her lips. To bring such bluff to mo. Take high ; price baking powder back , And bring mo "Calumet , " And If 1m did not RO straightway , She's likely scolding yet. CALUMET BAKING POWDER COMPANY , CHICAGO. Strictly is Drug , Paint and Class House , The largest direct buyers in our line selling at retail in Council Bluffs. If you buy anything in the drug , paint or glass line it will pay you to see us. 200 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa. COUNCIL ULUKFS. & STEAM DYE W03KS All kinds of Pyelns and Cleaning dune In the highest style ot the art. Faded anil stained fabrics mads to look as good as new. Work promptly done and delivered In all parts ot the country. Bend tor price Hat. O. .1. .U-AC7/.I.V. l'r < ti > rlot i - . Drnadway. near North western Depot. Council liluKa. Iowa. Tel. 3Ii Formerly Known as COPP'S CHEER. Entirely non-ak'oliollc. Ki'qiihvs no license , either government or state to sell. The lii-Kt snlisiltnle for Inner lieer ever manufactured. Testimonial from iireneliers , doctors , lawyers and others. Send for samples and nam lihli-ts. Manufactured only by the G. R. Wheeler Brewing Co , , Council Bluffs , Iowa , Cleaning and Djeinj of Garment ) anJ n Goods of Every Description. Scliouilsuck's Twin Clly Dye WorUs , ( 'or. Avenue A ami 2itli ( St..Council HUills. OlVice , 1521 I'm nam St. , Omaha. Sciul for Price List , ITCHING SKIN DISEASES Arc Instantly Relieved And Speedily Cured By v Cuticura Remedies A warm bath with CUTICURA SOAP , and a single application of CUTICUIM , the 'great skin cure , will a ( lord instant relief , permit rest and sleep , and point to a speedy , economical , and permanent cine of the most distressing of itching , burn. ing , bleeding , scaly , and crusted skin a iid scalp diseases , after physicians , hospitals , and all other methods fail. CUTICUKA WORKS WONDERS , and its cures of torturing , disfiguring , humiliating humors are the most wonderful ever recorded in this 01 any age. CtTieimA RnMRDinstre toltl throughout IheworU. Piice , CirricfKA , soc.s SoAr , jc. : KB'OI.VBNT , $ i. I'OTTIH DRTQ ANI > CMKM. Cnwr. , See ! Props. , Itanton < "Alt about the UKxxl , Skin , Scalp , .mi Hair , " free , ' 'f ' bUckhrad" , tfil and oily ikin pre- vtnttd and cured by CltnCL'iiA SoAr. MUSCULAR STRAINS , PAINS and wtalcneftt , luck ache , weak Vidneyi , rheumatum , anJ chett paint relicvetl io onn uitnuto by the Cutlcura Anti * lntn 1'l.iKtor. DUFFY'S P use Malt Whiskey , All Druggists- G.W.PANGLE M D . . , , , The Good Samaritan. 20 Years' ' Experience. IIUADKH < ) ! ' 1HSKASEK OV MKN ANI > WOMKX. PKOrKIHTOK OP TH1J \VOItlJ > ' .S IIiUKAL : DlSl'UN- 8AIIY OF M KDICINU. / freaf the following Diseases : Catarrh of the Head , Throat nml Lungs : Dl raseHof the K/u nml Kur. Kits and Apoplexy , Heart Disease , Liver I'om plaint. Kidney Com plaint , IServoiiH I el > lllt.v. mental Ic- , I.OHM of jtzimlioocl. Hem- itinl WealtneHH , HinlxMcc , IliiKlit'8 EU- ease , St. Vltus' DaneItliuiiiimtldni. . 1'nralynls , White Kweliimr. Scrofula , 1-Vver Sorec , Turn- OTH anil I'lHtiilii In sum removed wltliuut tlic Itiiifu or clrawlnu : a dropofblood. Woman wllli licr delicate or aiiti rent ore tl to lioallli. DropH.v cured without tapping. Special Attention jflveu to 1TI vale and Venereal IHscaHCB of all UliulH. 850 to Ssoopfurlult for nny Venereal JHHeawe 1 cannot euro without Blercury. Tape Worms removed In two or three hoiiri ? , or no pay. Hemorrhoids or Piles cured. THOSI5 WHO AKK AITI.ICTKn Will save life nnd liundieds of dollars by call- DR. C. W. PANCLE'S HERBAL MEDICINES. Tlio only I'll j lrlnn nliix-uii trll uhutulll B pprmili without ll Ulll ll qiK'ntloli. TIIOHU ut a distance * MMK ! for Oiii'stlotl lllnnk , No. 1 for mm , NIL 4 Tor winupii. All coneppomlenco strictly conlldentlal. Hedlclnu sent liy cxprcsn. Aiidrets nil Icttcra to O. W. I'ANOI.K. HI. ! . , 555 BROADWAY. COUNCIL BIUFFSI Enclose lOo in stamps for replv. TO ST. SUNDAY , JUNE 23 , ' 95. THAINVIILhKAVKMAlN STKKKT DKl'OT AT 7 A.M. TICKKTS CAN UK Pt'UOllASKll SATl HDAY. W. J. DAVKNI'OIIT. President. Cashier. of COUNCIL BLUrrS , | OW3 Capit il , - - $1(10,00 ( 1'rolits , . . . 1'2,0000 One f the oMi'Bt lotiks In ti | < > 6tttto of Iowa. \V > - solicit your busmi'ks nml colliolloiuV pay 5 | ier c > tit nn time delimits.Vo will ti | iprm | ] to i'u ainl feive you. " " SIMS RAINRHIDPil' A r" " "f-i.i v , . Ol.UO A DAINDlUlMll.n'rarllce In the Sttua end Federal Courts. Hooins 3W-7-S-9 , Hha < I'.trt , Block. Council Hluffs. lowu. Special Notices-Council CIIIMNKVS CI.KANID ; VAUI.TS'CU-.ANKDT KU llurkc , ut W. 8. HOIUIT' , Mi Hrouilttuy. FHUIT KA11M AND C1AUUBN l.ANIlJll sale clu-ap iinj un easy terms. Day A : llesa , W 1'eurl street , i'AHM LANDS TO KXCHANOi : roil OITY * prui | rty C. U. Nicholson , K'iy , Droaiiuay. I'OU SAU : , A NO. 4 UCMINOTON TVl'liT wrltirj UK cotxl un new. . iululih Manufa.iur- IliK Co. . lies ami 10JO a. Main fcUevl. WANTl'.n. 01 111 , Toil OKNP.IIAI. 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