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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : .SUJSTDAY. JUNE 28. 1895.
Tim OMAIIA SUNDAY
OFFICE , - - NO. 12 PEAUti STREET
Delivered by carrier to ny prt of Ihe cltr.
II. W. TILTON , Lessee.
TELEPHONES Business offlc . No , Ill nlghl
Grand hotel , Council Bluffs. Newly fur-
nUhed. Ileopened Oct. 1. E. F. Clark. Prop.
Mrs W H. Wakeflcld entertained the
members of the Whist club Friday afternoon
at her cottage at Lake Manawa.
The members of Bluff City tent No. C3.
Maccabees are requested to meet at i. u.
8. A. hall , 101 Main street. Monday evening.
All members of tent 32. Knights of the
Maccabees , are requested to meet at their
hall Monday evening. By order of com
against officers of the
The two state eases
French League Safety Cure company have
b.e3n dismissed so far as Charles C. Cook Is
Harry Fuller , a small boy who has been
troubling motor conductors by his fluency in
Jumping on and off moving trains , was fined
$1 and costs yesterday.
Mrs. M. F. O. Hlnman , state president of the
Woman's Christian Temperance union , will
Bpeak at the First Presbyterian church at 4
o'clock this afternoon. All are cordially In
The Sunday School Workers' union has
decided to suspend Us regular meetings un
til the third Tuesday In September , at which
time there will bo the annual election of
ofllccrs and reorganization for the fall and
Harry Williams , who was caught drunk
and asleep In the Northwestern yards Friday
night , was fined % : > and costs by Justice
Walker yesterday. The Justice then remitted
the fine upon condition that Williams would
leave the city Immediately.
Minnie I ) . , 1-year-old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs , J. Umble , died yesterday of cholera In-
fantum , after a six weeks' Illnefcs. The
funeral will take place this morning at 10
o'clock at the family residence , 2103 Avenue
I , and the remains will be burled in Garner
Onicer Murphy found a lot of books and
other property of a Burlington newsboy yes
terday. It was stolen last December. The
officials state that the owner of the stuff
Is satisfied , now that ho has his property
again , and will not make any effort to hunt
down the thief.
Myrtle lodge No. 12 , Degree of Honor , will
celebrate Its first anniversary at Ancient
Order of United Workmen hall In Merrlam
block on next Friday evening by a literary
and musical program nnd nfroshments. All
Ancient Order of United Workmen members
and their families Invited.
It Is stated that a move Is on toot to have
a special United Stats ofliclal appointed
whoso duty It shall be to sec that the laws
against seining are enforced at Manawa.
The seining lias been going on almost with
out Interruption for the past two years and
the fish will In time be thoroughly cleaned
O. E. Reddlck and James Ross , two of the
suspicious characters who have been ped
dling spectacles about the city , were fined $10
and costs In police court yesterday morning.
Their fins was suspended on condition that
they pay for a license and the costs In the
suit , which amounted to $5.20 apices. They
complied as cheerfully as possible.
Friday night as one of the steamers was
drawing up to the dock at Manhattan beach
It knocked loose an Iron pin upon which tht
adjustable platform was resting. The end
of the platform fell and with it a man and
two women , who were waiting to go across
on that very boat. They slid off quietly Into
the water , which was about neck deep. All
three were rescued without much trouble , am'
as one of the ladles stepped upon terra firma
drenched with Manawa water Inside and out
she remarked , "That's a lot's nicer toboggan
olldo than the other. " '
Fire and tornado Insurance written In bes
companies. Money for farm loans at lov
rates. City property for sale or trade fo ;
farm lands In Iowa. Lougcc & Towlc , 23 ,
The Hardmnn. the piano par excellence.
Miss Jennie Bull Is visiting In Denver.
Miss M. Lauretta Belknap Is vlsltln
IrlcndJ In Silver City.
Miss Slna Groom and Mrs. O. 0. St. Joh
are visiting relatives at Bartlett , la.
Mrs. It , V. Hurd and daughter , Clara , an
guests of the family of George B. Hex.
Ed Strew sold out the Grand hotel clga
stand to Howard Hattcnhauer , and will prob
ably locate In Chicago.
Dr. D. Macrca , sr. , Dr. D. Macrea , Jr ,
George C. Brown and Vic Stephenson spen
Friday at Timber lake fishing.
Jacob He. s has returned from Iowa City
where ho has completed his course In the lav
department of the State university.
Miss Louisa Boescho , who has been attend
Ing the State university at Iowa C.ty , has re
turned homo for her summer vacation.
Mrs. Thomas Rlshton and nelco , Mrs. C. M.
Crlppen of Ncola , return today from a week's
visit with relatives In Taylor county , Iowa.
Judge J. E. F. McGee anil wife left Friday
night for a trip to Lake OkoboJI. They
will probably spend the whole summer there ,
returning In the fall.
Mrs. Aurora Barber of Klgln , 111. , spent
Friday In the city on her way to Santa Anna ,
Cal. She was the guest of Mrs. W. W. Sherman -
man on South Seventh street ,
Justice Vlen , Herman Schurz , Emmett Tin-
ley and J. It. Fulton returned yesterday from
a five days' outing at Noble's lake , during
which they caught nobody knows how many
Misses Helen Tyler and Ethel Barclay have
returned from Cedar Falls , where they have
been attending the State Normal school. Mho
Tyler graduated from that Institution at the
W. W. Chapman , who has been confined ( o
his homo by a dangerous attack of paralysis
for several weeks past , leaves this morning
for Kirksvlllc , Mo. , where he will take treat
ment from a specialist.
Miss Maud Huzfn leaves this week for
DCS Molncs , where she will Join a company
of her school friends and go to Chautauqua ,
N. Y. , where she will spend the summer tak
ing a course In Dolsarto and elocution.
Misses Carrie and Nellie Dodge are ex
pected homo rrom the east next Wednesday.
The former has Just completed a law coureo
In the University of New York , and the lat
ter has been , attending Echcol at Northampton ,
James B. and Ilalph Archer , sons of D. W.
Archer of this city , accompanied by Arthur
Kecllno nd several of their schoolmates
from St. John's Military school , near Syra
cuse. N , Y , . are taking a four days' trip on
the lakes before coming homo. Halph Archer
organized the crowd and engineered the trip.
They are expected homo Tuesday. The
commencement at St. John's was preceded by
a six days' encampment , with caJots there
from Chicago , Hock IslanJ , Denver and other
places. The commencement exercises oc
curred Thursday and were wound up by a
Wo are selling lots of frames thcso days.
Come and get your picture framed. II. L.
Smith & Co. , 45 Main street.
For rent , furnished and unfurnished rooms.
710 First avenue.
A nice assortment of children's wash suits
at Metcalf Bros.
Y. M. O. A. l ) y
Events follow each other thick and fast
at the Young Men's Christian association
today. In the morning at 9 o'clock State Sec
retary W. A. Magee will conduct a consecration
cration meeting. At 3:45 : p. m. a stirring
open air service will be held on the street
Just In front of the association rooms , and at
4 o'clock I/Jcomotlve Engineer C. W. Me-
Clure of the Iowa Central railroad will ad
dress men In the gymnasium. This U a rare
treat for the local association and It Is hoped
that every man In the city may avail himself
of the privilege.
Five thourand feet 8-Inch top , 12 to 2 $
feet long , at 9 < 4c per lineal foot. A. Over-
ton , Council Bluffs. la.
Metcalf Bros , have a tplendld line ot sum
mer clothing. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
EivU , ( < tenejr ( or Munxon'i remtdlei.
Republican Primaries Hold in Every Pto-
cinct in the Oity.
HARLAN KEN CAPTURE HIE MAJORITY
Though the fontoitV n Spirited the Itcnt
of recline I'reTnllccI - l.lnt
of the Delegates
The republicans held their city caucuses
art evening In every precinct , and as the re-
nn overwhelming Harlan delegation will
e sent to the county convention , which meets
t the court house In this city next Thursday
f'ternoon at 1:30 : o'clock. Every meeting
as largely attended and the enthusiasm and
lie Interest shown were only such as are seen
vhen a nomination Is equivalent to an clec-
Ion. In spite of the determined contest by
oth the Drake and Harlan men , however ,
verythlng waa harmonious and there will bee
o sores to heal up this morning. The Drake
nen were clearly outgeneraled. In spite of the
lard work they have done during the past
ew weeks , and the McFarland men cut still
ess of a figure. The following table shows
n estimate of the comparative strength of
he three candidates In the various precinct
elegatlons as made by several Drake men
ast evening after the returns were all In :
Drake. Harlan. land.
* lrst ward
riint precinct t 1
Second pteclncl 4 *
promt wiuil ,
Klrst tupclnct i
Si-conil precinct <
"hint wnril .
Vtrrt ureclnct Z J ;
Second precinct * *
ourlli wniil . ,
Jecomt precinct * l
'Ift.i waul . .
l.'lrst ( ireclnct
Secoml precinct . J
Ixth ward ' _ 11
Totnls H 47 6
The following Is a list of the delegates
rom each precinct :
First ward , First precinct : W. C. Dickey ,
SV. H. Spera , W. C. Hendrlcks , C. A. Mor
gan L. Sherwood. Second precinct : C. O.
launders. William A. Gronweg , J. S. Gretzer ,
I. Stevenson , II. Ohlendorf , Jacob Sims.
Second ward , First precinct : C. M. Harl ,
W. F. Sapp , A. W. Askwlth , J. C. Baker , M.
) . Snydcr J. J. Steadman , O. W. Graham.
Second precinct : J. II. Pace , P. H. Wind ,
J. C. Mitchell , W. S. Balrd , E. A. Rlsser ,
Wade Roper , W. S. Wllklns.
Third ward , First precinct : S. T. Walker ,
J. M. Matthews , G. W. Hewitt , P. C. DeVol ,
W. M. Shepard , V. L. Treynor. Second pre
cinct : W. E. Balnbrldge , Ed C. Brown , O.
\V. Gordon , James Armstrong , W. R. Brown.
Fourth ward , First precinct : Dr. F. S.
Thomas , F. H. Hill , E. E. Mayne , H. D.
larl , N. M. Pusey , II. J. Chambers. Second
ireclnct : J. A. Gorman , Slack Peterson , W.
J. Rue , L. C. Jackson , David Jordan.
Fifth ward , First precinct : W. A. Hlgh-
smlth , E. E. Sayles , Ovlde Vlen , D. B.
Dalley , Cash Cochran , Ed Canning , H. L.
Ward , J. C. RoberUon. Second precinct : T.
A. Brewlck , A. Lavenberg , F. H. Brownlee ,
C. B. Howard , R. P. Morris , George Gates.
Sixth ward : C. L. Clatterbuck , A. C.
Harding , W. H. Dudley , W. H. Montelth , D.
S. Kerr , N. A. Crawford.
HOC SILK'S MONDAY IOC A YAICI1.
lleiiiilsoi ) tire * . Ono Store Week or Our
Grrnt Jiiiui Clearing Snip.
MONDAY THE BIG DAY.
A sale at which every article will bo found
anJ told exactly as advertised.
Over 200 remnants of figured and plain
China silks in lengths 2 to 14 yards , choice
09c quality 20-Inch white Ilabutla wash
silk , 23o yard.
Chenney Bros. ' 24-Inch figured black ( all
black ) taffeta silks , was $1.00 and $1.25 , now
Monday wo will sell 38-Inch , all wool , black
nunsvelllrg , worth COc , at 29c yard.
$1.50 and $1.75 all silk Iron frame grena
dine , SCo yard.
Our 50c quality pin dot Swisses , In solid
black , also In pure white , Monday 35c yarJ.
Solid black Imported dimity , 25o yard.
Ladles' white China silk parasols , Monday
$1.05 each. BENNISON BHOS. ,
.St. Francis Commcncrnirnr.
The annual commencement exercises at St.
Francis Xavler's academy will take place
Tuesday evening. Miss Eleanor Callahan will
glvo the salutatory and Miss Anna Kllmartln
the valedictory. Essays will bo read by Miss
Kathcrlno Lerch , Miss May House , Miss
Myrtle Keefer , Miss Mary A. Monaghan and
Miss Marguerite Murphy. Miss Nettle Flint
will give a recitation. The program will be
varied with musical selections , piano .and
harp , choruses and Delsarte exercises. At
the close 'nonors and medals will be awarded.
Similar exorcises will be held at the academy
Monday evening by the younger pupils.
At St. Joseph's academy the regular com
mencement exercises were htld last week ,
two boys being graduated , Francis Murphy ,
the subject of whose essay was "Strikes , "
and Theodore Tholl , who read on essay on
the subject , "Bo Short. " "Tho Prodigal Law
Student" was a play presented with a good
deal of ability by twenty-four pupils of the
school. Among the honors conferred were
the following :
For perfect attendance at school during the
year , Michael Nolan and John Tholl.
For perfect attendance at Sunday school 1
during the year. James Danahey , Michael 1
Nolan and John Tholl.
For regular attendance at Slinday school ,
John Grady , James Ingoldsby and James Lan-
Those having a general average of ninety
and above were : James Danahey , 97 ; James
Jngoldsby , 96 ; James Langan , 95 ; John Tlioll ,
Mrs. E. J. Scott , 53G West Broadway , spe
cial millinery sale Monday nnd Tuesday only
25c wreaths , lOc ; 7Go wreaths. 35c ; 75o rose
sprays , 2Gc. A large assortment of choice
flowers , lOo , 15c and 20c ; black untrlmmed (
hats , lOc , 15c nnd 20c ; trimmed hats , 25c up
Please remember the dates , June 24 and 25
Preparation * fur trio \Micl Mrc-t.
Great preparations are being made for the
wheel meet to be given next Wednesday
June 26 , at the driving park , far the bene
fit of John Wortmann , the farmer who was
struck by a bicycle last April and severely
hurt. E. L. Duquette , assisted by a number
of the local wheelmen , Is engineering the
affair , and manifesting a great deal of hustle
There are to lw seven races , beginning ai
3 p. m. . In the following order : One mile
novice , three prizes ; one mile open , three
prizes ; one mile handicap , four prizes ; boys
race , under 17 years , one mile , three prizes
quarter-mile open , three prizes ; half-mile
open , three prizes ; two-mile handicap , four
C. B. Itandlett. whose silvery lungs were In
evidence at the Ganymede meet last year , wll
act as Judge and cnunclator , Ilussell Condon
of Omaha will act as referee , J. L. Llvcsey
of Omaha , W. D. Carothcrs of Council Bluffs
nnd S. L. Etnyro as timers , and John Hlnes
of clerk of the course. Equal Interest Is being
taken by the wheelmen of Council Bluffs am
Omaha , and Indications point to a largo at
tendance. Motors will be run directly to the
H. E , Frederlckson. the champion of Ne
braska , Is entered In five races , and the man
agement Is negotiating- Holloway , the
Plattsmouth wonder. Besides these are en
tered W. F. Clark , H. C. Gadke. Herbert '
Shackley , Jack Cully , James Match and
Edgewood of Omaha , and Joe Boyne , W , S ,
nigdon , E. C. Duncan , George Duquette , II. C.
Haltenhauer , C. A. Bonham. O. H. P. Mike-
sell and others from Council Bluffs.
Trustees Drstroy tlia Daiii ,
The Lewis township trustees have effectu
ally put an end to the work of filling up
Manawa with water by destroying the dam
which wai put In across Moiqulto creek and ]
forbidding Messrs. Heed and Odell repairing
It. The water was somewhat low at the be
ginning ot to * teuton , on account ot the low
water In the river , and to remedy this a dam
was built. By Its aid the water was caused
to rt o quite rapidly , and In a few days the
depth had Increased nearly a foot. About
this tlmo come of the farmers began to raise
a kick , on the ground that the overflow dam
aged their farms. They" called upon the
township trustees , who , after looking the
/round over , decided that the dam must be
destroyed. They acted accordingly , and the
Manawa people had tu bo satisfied with what
water they had on hand , which was about
eight Inches lem than what they would have
liked , although the deficiency Is not great
enough to hurt the boating and bathing.
Special sale ot belts and belt buckles , GTc
and 75c. Silver buckles reduced to 39c each ; 50c
buckles for 33c ; 39c buckles for 25c ; DOc black
silk belts for 2Gc.
Special pflces on ladles' parasols.
$4.00 black silk parasols , chiffon trimmed ,
reduced to $2.95.
JG.no parasols reduced to $4.00.
Blue , green nnd brown changeable silk sun
shades , worth $3.50 , on sale nt $2.25. -
$2.GO and $3.00 umbrellas reduced to $1.95
$2.25 silk umbrellas , beautiful line ot
handles , on sale at $1.C9 each ,
FOWLER , DICK & WALKER ,
401-405 Broadway ,
Council Bluffs , la.
Trip * Tor the Knight * Tptnplnr.
George Palmer , a prominent Red Oak mer
chant , was In the city last week making ar
rangements for the trip the Knights Tcmplir
of Red Oak expect to make to the triennial
concbve at Boston next August. The local
commandery doesn't expect to go In a body
and a number of Council Bluffs people have
been laying their plans to accompany the
Red Oak men on their special train , which
will consist of four vestlbulcd sleepers , with
baggage car. The Indications are that the
party will consist cf nearly 200 people , all
Knights Templar , with their families.
The train will leave Red Oak Monday ,
August 12 , and go to Chicago over the Bur
lington. From Chicago the route lies over the
Grand Trunk to Niagara Falls , which will be
reached at sunrise.
From the falls they will go to Toronto
and spend a few hours there , after which they
will proceed to Kingston , where they will
tak3 a steamer for a ride down the St. Law
rence , taking In Montreal on the way to Que
bec , where they will stop two days. Satur-
lay night they will go to the White moutr
alns and. spend Sunday there , holding an
afternoon service at Mount Washington. In
ho evening they will go to Boston and spend
our days , leaving by the Fall River line of
boats Thursday for New York. The return
rip will bo over the Lehlgh Valley road , and
ivill take In Washington , D. C.
Master Goff , the youngest cornet soloist In
he United States , will tppear during the
concert at the Grand Plaza , Lake Manawa , to-
lay , both afternoon and evening.
We will make special prices for running
service pipes for gas to your residence for
ho month ot June. Call at Gas oQlce lor
SmiiBhod lirlfio * ! ! lluggv.
Fred Gclso and another man were driving
: n a buggy yesterday along Frank street nt
the corner of Pierce street when n hoi
they were leading behind the buggy came
alongside and became tangled up In the
wheels. It finally got Its fore feet in the
tmggy , and Geise tried to drive It back by
hitting It with the whip. But that only
added to their sorrow , for the horse In front
became frightened and broke loose from
the buggy. Both men were thrown out , bul
not seriously hurt. They owe their lives prob
ably to the fact that they were thrown out ,
for the buggy was literary smashed to smith
ereens. Every wheel was broken , body split ,
dashboard torn oft an.d the top bent. One ol
the men had his foot stepped on by one ol
the horses , and both horses had their legs
Juno .Milllnory Mile.
All trimmed hats at a great reduction.
$10 hats for $6 ; $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 thht will make your piano or
furniture look better than when you boughl
It. It's cheap and all right ; get It at Blx-
by's , 202 Main street.
Yes , the Eagle laundry is "that good
laundry , " and Is located nt 724 Broadway.
If In doubt about this try It and be convinced.
Don't forget name and number. Tel. 157.
Stole Ilrns from .Sp-acuo.
Roy Orrell was arrested yesterday morning
on the charge ot stealing about J20 wortl
of brass from the Sprague Iron works' , In the
western part of the city. The theft was com
mitted about two weeks ago. but the polio
were at a loss for a clew until Orrell soU
the stolen stuff at a seconl-hand store. He
was taken to the county Jail yesterday to
await a hearing , which will be given hln
Monday In Justice Walker's court. If he
succeeds In giving a bend U Is Mid ho wll
be Immediately rearrested on another similar
Called Ilcnry ( Icors anil lielliinir Qimclc ,
OBERLIN. 0. , June 22. At today's session
of the Psychological convention , being he d
here , Mr. 'A. Swift Holbrook of Chicago deliv
ered an address on "Poverty ; Its Causes and
Remedy. " Holbrook called Henry George
and Bellamy quacks , and as soon as his dis
course was finished , several members of the
convention took exceptions to the language
used. One speaker said that , notwithstanding
the fact that men differed with us , they
should not be called names , and that the
only way to gain Influence with those men
and their sympathizers was to treat them
Cnsliler Thrno Tlinimand Short.
ST. PAUL , June 22. A special from Grand
Forks , N. D. , to the Pioneer-Press says :
Auditor Sykes of the Great Northern has
nearly completed his Investigation of the ac
counts of the missing cashier , D. S. Stewart ,
who was reported missing a week ago today ,
and reports shortages thus for aggregating
nearly $3,000. Investigations thus far made
cover the past two years , and as Stewart has
had the position for ten years the aggregate
amount may be large. Nothing Is jet
konwn as to the present whereabouts of
lilcaiiilut Urn--cUt L irntoil ,
OAKLAND , Cal. , June 22. B. F. Mannion ,
druggist , for whose arrest a warrant was
Issued at the Instance ot the wife whom ho
deserted for a young girl , has been located
at Hot Springs , Ark. , where ho Is said to bo
living under the name of H. F. Bond. Man-
nlon v/cnt through a bogus marriage cere
mony with a respectable girl named Kate
Wlntow , who believed him single. Ho also
Induced the girl to forgo the names of her
grandmother and aunt to checks aggregating
rxonirressni in | | nrrla Sued.
TOPEKA. Kan. , Juno 22. The long ex-
pected suit against ex-Congressman W. A.
Harris ot Llnwood , Kan. , was died today In
the United States circuit court. B. Murray ,
the plaintiff , asks tor $20,000 damages because -
cause ho allleges Harris estranged Ills wife.
The late Mrs. Harris died Juno 4. 1S94. Mrs.
Murray secured a divorce last November and
In February of this year married Harris.
Governor Atkinson .Much Ilettor.
ATLANTA , Ga. . June 22. Physlc'ans In
attendince up n Go/ernor Atkinson pronounce
him much better tonight , and with no back
set , which Is not anticipated , he will recover.
He sleeps well and retains nourishment and
medicine. The relatives ot his family summoned -
moned to his bedside have returned home.
Itoliy Knclnc Law Conitltiitlonnl.
INDIANAPOLIS , Juno 22. The euprem
court today reversed the decision ot the Lak
circuit court and held the Itoby racing law
constitutional , The supreme court also bel <
that paid up building and loan assoclatlo
stock is taxable.
Wvitfrn l'o tiimiter Appointed.
WASHINGTON , June 22. ( Special Tele
gram. ) J , ' 0. Metcalt was today appointee
postmaster at Secar , Hardln county , Iowa
vice Abner Blair , resigned. Hupert Foldi
was today commissioned postmaster at Ilenn
Goitly Illaso HI Nailivlllo.
NASHVILLE. Tenn. , Juno 22. Fire broke
out In the Masonic block at Murfreeaboro las
night and burned the entire block , Includln
the postofflce , Los * 420,000 , with J 17,000 in
0\VA \ POLITICS BOOMING
lopublican County jCpnventions Open the
Fall Campaign !
: OIN'S VAGARIES " , " , SCOR D ROUNDLY
Irnkc , Ilnrlnn nnd llnrnti Kecclvo Support
for Oororiior , ln , Montgomery
Colonel OriUMuMm n fol
lowing In I.yona.
IlED OAK , la. , June 22. ( Special Tele-
ram. ) The republican bounty convention
oday nominated the following ticket : Ilcp-
eeentatlve , II. E. Cook ; treasurer , D. II.
Illmore ; sheriff , 0. A. Hose ; superintendent
f schools , J. W. Clark ; surveyor , E. Cleaver ;
oroner , S. H. Krldlcr ; supervisor , Junlus
A resolution was passed Introducing the
tnte senatorial candidate from this district
nd representative from this county to use
11 honorable means to procure the passage
y the next assembly of the resubmlsslon
esolutlon Introduced In the last session by
Ion. F. Cooper. This was done for fear the
allure to return the latter would be con-
Idercd an Indication that Montgomery
ounty was growing cold on prohlblton. An
ndeavor to Instruct delegates to the sen-
torlal convention failed , nnd this probably
Illed an attempt to instruct for governor.
J. M. Junkln of Hed'Oak Is the only can-
Idate so for announced for state senator ,
nd It Is not at all probable ho will meet
vlth any opposition. The nominee for treas-
irer Is from Vllllsca , and he was chcst'ii
n the twenty-second ballot , after a hard
ight. This will bo the first time for seven-
ceil years that the second city In size of the
ounty has been given n nomination for a
Dimty office by the republican conventions ,
Ithough it Is strongly republican , and has
icon In the habit of paying Its own campaign
xpenses nnd Increasing Its majorities year
The delegation to the state convention
nominally stands nine for Drake , three for
larlan nnd one for Harsh. In case of a
trong contest It can be depended on as polld
or Drake , but leaning far toward Harlan.v
ohn S. Anderson of Stanton was nominated
or auditor to fill the vacancy caused by the'
ecent death of Auditor Peterson.
The convention was harmonious and en-
huslastlc and apparently not much Inclined
o favor free coinage of sliver. Hon. Smith
McPherson , the chairman , was frequently
applauded when In his speecahs he took oc
casion to score Coin's vagaries and Indl-
ectly put In a ward for honest bimetallism.
HOCK IIAPIDS , la. , June 22. ( Special
Telegram. ) The republican county conven
tion met here this afternoon and selected
lelegates to the state , senatorial and repre
sentative conventions. The state delegates
are divided somewhat , , yet the larger part of
them will favor Colonel Ormsby , with Drake
as second choice. The delegates are : Hon.
H. G. McMillan , Hon. E. C. Hoach. F. H.
Skewls , A. L. Amsberry , S. E. McGelvery.
It. T. Hunkln and C. E. Llewellen. A. H.
Davidson was allowed the privilege of se
eding his own delegates to the senatorial
convention , and chos3 G. L. Vaneaton. H. B.
Lockwod , D. W. Lewis , E. Y. Greenleaf , C.
W. Bubhnell , W. H. 'Bradley and C. T.
Tuppcr. The representative delegates are
George Deltrlck , F. . T. Junkln , E. W. Lewis ,
John Dunlap , E. L.I Horsetail , C. B. Lempke
and Johnathan Miller. iBy a resolution pre
sented by E. C. Hoach. the representative
lelegates were Instructed to co-operate with
the delegates to the- senatorial convention ,
and use all honorable means to secure the
election of A. H. Davldsbn.
BUHLINGTON. la. , June 22. ( Special Tele
gram. ) Des Molnes cottpty republicans held
a big and enthusiastic convention this after
noon. Dslegates favorable to Harlan for
governor , were elected. '
NKOLA , la. , June 22. ( Special Telegram. )
At the republican caucus this evening Dr.
F. Dobbins was selected as chairman and
J. A. Hamilton , secretary. The delegates
chosen to the county convention were : W.
II. Klllpeck , George L. Wilkinson , J. A
Hamilton and John Miller , and the delega
tion stands two for Harlan , one for McFar
land , and one unknown for governor.
MALVEHN. la. , June 22. ( Special Tele
gram. ) The following delegates were elected
to attend the republican county convention
at Glenwood next Tuesday to elect delegates
to the state and territorial conventions : State
Senator .A. J. Chantry , S. B. Barnes , A. E.
Cook , William Kline Emerson. B. Brown.
C. W. Black. E. ill. Hamilton , T. E. Whit-
field. The expressed preference of the dele
gates for governor Is Harlan.
CRESTON , la. , June 22. ( Special Tela-
gram. ) The Adalr county republican conven
tion was held at Greenfield this afternoon
and was largely attended. The delegates
were Instructed for J. B. Harsh for governor
and are as follows : George H. Smith , W.
II. Brlnten , J. A. Stevens. A. Hoot , Jacob
Pole , John Hlgglns , J. H. Conley , A. D.
Crooks , W. II. McClure , George E. Morris
S. L. Shreves. Resolutions were adoptet
favoring the use of gold , silver and paper
money , with defined restrictions. The demo
cratic party was denounced for Its conduct
of public affairs.
IOWA IKLKI'HONK LINES.
Miitiy Now CompiinlcR Nprlngliig Up In tli <
WEBSTER CITY , la. , June 22. ( Special
Telegram. ) This section of the state Is being
honeycombed with cheap telephones. Lines
are now In course of construction from Clear
Lake west through Garner , Brltt , Algona ,
Emmettsburg and Spencer on the Chicago
Milwaukee & St. Paul railway. From Brltt
they will work north and south , going nortl
to Albert Lea and south to Humboldt. They
made connections at Clear Lake and Hum-
bolt with the Iowa Union lines and will thus
put Humboldt within the reach of nearly
every Important town In the state by tele
phone. Their rates are considerably lowei
than thee of the old companies , and In al
towns where enough patronage can be securec
they are putting In exchanges.
ICnrnrder HUM ot N.Kprmldl.
PACIFIC JUNCTION , la. , June 22. ( Spe
cial. ) The report sent from Plattsmouth to
The Bee Tuesday to the effect that the Junc
tion Recorder , published at this place , hoc
ceased to exist , under foreclosure of a chatte
mortgage , Is Inaccurate , and the citizens are
Indignant that puch a report should have
been circulated. The Recorder came out In
Its usual form yesterday and the publlshe
states that there Is nd fear of Its suspension
Burton , the publisher , has become lntereste <
In a new straight" republican paper to b
Harted In PlattsmOtiUi1 next week and th
Jealousy of the "correspondent probably
prompted the artlcl/ "
Flru ut , l < i mi I''IIH. | !
CEDAR RAPIDS74 , , , Juno 22. ( Specla
Telegram. ) The stund crushing plant of th
Ivanhoe Construction "company , near Iowa
Falls , was destroyed-by fire this morning
The loss Is $15.000. : ' i
lo it * ( rop' Cuiiilltloni.
CEDAR RAPIDS n'ijj. ' , Juno 22. ( Specla
Telegram. ) President Ives and General Su
perlntendent Wlllia'ms'1 ' of the Burlington
Cedar Raplta & Northern , and' ' C. P. Squire
Special Note-Council Bluffs
CHIMNEYS CLEANED ; VAULTS CLEANED.
EU Uurke , at W. B. Homer * * . US Uroadway.
FUUIT FAIUl AND OARDEN LAND FOH
ale cheap anil on cany ternm. Duy & Hew.
13 1'earl street.
FAI1M LANDS TO EXCHANGE FOIl CITY
property. C. n. Nicholson. WSJ4 Uroadway.
BALE. A NO. 4 'IICMINOTON TYPEwriter -
writer ; HS ( rood as new. Sandnlch Manufactur
ing Co. , lu:3 and 1030 B. Main Hired.
WANTED. OIIIL FOR GENERAL 1IOUSU
work , at COO East Tierce street.
FOR SALE. A NEARLY NEW NINE-ROOM
liouee , with barn , cUU-rn , city water at house
and luirn , fruit , nice shade tn-eii , on a nicely
1-radcd lot Wx225 fret , for I3.30U.04. two-third *
cash , US 1'erln avenue. Council Blurt * .
FOR RENT. FROM JULY 15 TO OCTOUER 1
three UrKe , well furnlUiixl , exceptionally coo
room i , slniflo or ensulte ; bf > t location ; reference
once * required. Addrees L , llee office.
ind James C. Pcatley , of the Burlington , hire
ust returned from a tour of Inspection of the
ormcr road. They found that abundant
ihowers had fallen over the entire system ,
and that crops were In splendid condition ,
'respects were never better at this time of
ear , and with favorable weather the bal
ance of the season there will bo heavy crops ,
( 'oMTrnllmi ot
NEW YORK. June 22. The second session
f the convention of bacteriologists was held
tday at the Academy of Medicine , 17 West
'orty-thlrd street. l > rof. William II. Welch
f Johns Hopkins university presided. A
ommltteo of seven to make nn extensive In-
estimation ot bacteriology was appointed.
The committee will decide ns to the methods
f bacteria cultivation , standard types and
ntcrpretation of results. The American
'ubllo Health association will accept the re
tort of this committee as authoritative and
Bottling the Iton. )
DUHANOO , Colo. , Juno 22. Thomas I' ,
mlth , assistant secretary of the Interior do-
lartmcnt , has arrived In the city from Wash-
ngton. Ills mission Is to assist Commls-
loner Kldd In settling the Utcs In accord-
nco with the Into treaty passed by con-
rcss , which has been slgneJ by a majority
f the Utcs. Ho docs not supersede Colonel
Cldd , ns Washington dispatches of a few days
I.imlicd to u Itnnt and Timirct Adrift.
BOISE , Idaho , June 22. A special from
Caldwell , Idaho , reports the kidnapping ot
3. II. Eldrldgc , a detective who has been
nvesttgatlng the murder of Thomas Honan.
lo was lashed In a boat and turned adrift
n Snake river , near Huntmgton bridge , n
hort distance above the rapids. He sue-
ceded In lootcnlng himself and swam ashore.
Admitted the Now Knghinil iMoutatlitn.
MINNEAPOLIS. June 22. At Its final
ueetlng today , the executive committee of
he American Whist league , admitted the
Vew England association of some thirty or
orty clubs to membership on the basis ot
an auxiliary club , and selected St. Louis a :
he meeting place of the next executive BBS-
Ono ( if the Crow Aliasing.
TACUMA , June 22. The steamer Anna M.
'lerce , nt Whldby Island last night was to-
ally destroyed by fire. The cook Is missing
and Is supposed to be drowned. The 1'lerce
vas a tramp freight carrier. She carried no
Civil KnsltKTrs < oncliido Thotr Si-salon.
HULL , Mass. , Juno 22. The American
Society of Civil Engineers closed its twonty-
"sventh annual convention today and more
ban 400 members and Invited guests left for
3oston for a short outing in the White moun-
Knrlno Tiilf a Varttlon.
WASHINGTON , Juno 21. Minister Kurlno
ind Secretary Matsul of the Japanese lega
tion , leave here tomorrow for a summer tour
of Niagara falls , lower Canada and the sea
TRI.KHK.l I'llllt IllltKFS.
The Texas "honest money" democrats have
decided to organize.
The jury In the case of Banker Mears at
Fargo , N. U. , failed to agree.
The report that President Cleveland Is In
poor health Is denied at Buzzard's Bay.
After a running fight with ofllcers the
Italny Lake , Minn. , bank robbers escaped
J. N. Wlswell has been appointed receiver
of the National Benefit and Casualty com
pany of Milwaukee.
Bernard Miller , the steward at Delmonlco's ,
New York , committed suicide at Phoenix ,
Ariz. Ill health was the cause.
Kappel Krledland , making eleven in all ,
has been arrested charged with complicity In
the New York firebug conspiracy.
The Dawes commission has arrived In the
Indian territory ready to commence the work
of securing a new treaty with the Indians.
The Saturday half-holiday law In Missouri
went Into effect Saturday. At Kansas City
very few mechanics or merchants observed it.
There Is strong talk at Dentou , Md. , of
lynching Marshall Price , a convicted mur
derer , In case the court grants him a new
Evansville , Ind. , Is making great prepara
tlons to receive the Catholic Knights of St.
John , who hold their convention , commencing
Captain Edward Alexander Paul , a veteran
of the Mixlcan war , and for many years , n
prominent Washington correspondent , died
Senator Quay has announced himself a
candidate for the chairmanship of the Penn
sylvania state committee. This will likely
precipitate a fight.
The UnlteU States circuit court has decided
that the ordinance of the city of Hamilton.
0. , requiring canvassers for goods for future
delivery to pay n license , Is Illegal.
In the trial ot Police Captain Eaklns nt
New York Saturday , Matilda Herrman , the
keeper of a house of ill repute , testified that
she had paid $30,000 altogether for police
Kt , Hov. FrnncU I In on , Who Introduced the
Cnpuchlns In tlu Country , Puiict Away.
MILWAUKEE , Juno 22. lit. llev. Francis
Haas , who Introduced the Capuchin order In
the United State ? , died at St. Agnes' convent ,
Foml du Lac , WIs. , today. Father Haas wn
born at Metzerlen , Switzerland , November 25 ,
1S20. He came to the United States In 1S50
and was given charge of St. Nicholas , now
known as Mount Calvary , twelve miles east
of Fond du Lac , to start a monastery for the
Capuchin order , which had not been repre
sented In the United States until that time.
Father Haas had always been nt the head of
the order In this country until It was cation-
Ically raised to the dignity of an Independent
province on August 7 , 1SS2 , he having been
successively guardian , commissary , custos
and provincial. In 1S78 , by a unanimous
vote of the deflnator general of the order , he
was appointed deflnator general by Pope Leo
XIII. This necessitated his residence at
Home. About two years ngo ho returned to
this country on a visit , was taken sick and
had been ailing ever pliice. He tendered his
resignation as delimiter general , but It wai
not accepted. Permission , however , was
granted to him to remain In this country until
he should recover his health. ,
Quarrel Over Property l.iMiM to Murder
ST. LOUIS , Juno 22. At Webster's drove ,
a suburban town ten miles west of the city ,
between 3 and 4 o'clock this afternoon , Dr.
Frank .Soldo shot and Instantly killed Mrs.
Jane Peterson , his sister-in-law. Mrs. Pe
terson's sister , Mrs. Horlsh , attempted to
stay his murderous arm and Settle leveled
the revolver nt her and fired , rihe fell with
a bullet In her breast. Settle then pressed
the muzzle of the weapon against his tcm-
plo and sent a bullet Into his own brain. He
dropped dead. They had quarreled over n
trivial division of property.
Aflrr homo of the V.ililrr ! > lll Millions.
NEW YORK , June 22. An order for the
issuance of citations was Issued today to
Arthur Brown of Falrfleld , Conn. , Plating
that an application will bo made to grant
letters of administration upon the cstato of
William II. Brown , who died In October ,
ISC.r > . The apllcatlon was made by William
H. Brown ot Chicago , son ot th deceaseJ.
His object la to bring action against the
executors of the estate of the late Cornelius
Vanderbllt for the recovery of $2,000,000.
The claim Is the only estate left by William
II. Brown. Vanderbllt loaned a considerable
turn of money to Brown In 18G1 upon a Una
ot p'.cnmcrs trading from Nicaragua and
other ports. Brown ullages that the stramcri
repaid the loan within a thorl time and thit
Vanderbllt never made any accounting of the
profits by the steamers subsequently , hit
share ot which hl heirs estimate nt $2,000-
Sottlc-.l th Tin Plain .Suite.
PlTTSnOna , Juno 22. The settlement ot
the tin plato scale has llxed the wages for
12,000 tin plato workers for a yo.tr , The sheet
scale , which has also been nettled , decided
the wages of 20,000 men employed In that
branch , making a tntal uf 82,000 men In the
Industry whosa rate of pay has been tottlcd.
The Iron wngo conference will beheld , In
Youngstown. Tie ! Ohio valley puddlers objccn
to the $4 rate decided upon at the Cleveland
convention nnd want $4 50. They will hold
an indignation meeting tonight to protest upon
the scale being signed ot the $1 rate. Presi
dent Garland of aho Amalgamated association
thinks their objection will not amount to any
ItaUed Wages 'IVn Tor Tent.
SCRANTON , Pa. , Juno 22. The Lacka-
wanna Iron and Steel company has granted
to Its 6,000 employes n 10 per cent Increase ,
In wages. The Incrasc In wages will make a
difference of $25,000 .In the monthly pay roll.
Pair with South Winds I'm mined for
Nehrnnka Todur ,
WASHINGTON , June 22.-The forecast for
Sunday IB :
For Nebraska , South Dakota nnd Kansas
Fair ; south winds.
For lown Fair ; southeasterly wlrulft.
For Missouri Fair ; warmer ill the south
ern portion ; variable winds.
Local It curd.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU ,
OMAIIA , Juno 22. Omaha record of tem
perature and rainfall , compared with the
icrrespondlng day of the p.mt four years :
1S93. 1SH4. 1S93. 1892.
Maximum temperature . .81 S5 ' 82 67
Minimum temperature . . . f.8 ( H r > T t 7
Average temperature . . . . 70 74 OS 82
Precipitation : . . , W .00 M .IX )
Condition of temperature and precipitation
atOmalm _ for the day and slnco March 1 ,
Normal temperature 73
Deficiency for the day 3
Normal precipitation 21 Inch
Deficiency for the day 2t Inch
Total precipitation since March 1 8.48 Inches
Deficiency slnco March 1 -1,78 Inches
TWO OR THREE TIMES A WEEK
STRONG AND CLliAR STATEMENTS FROM RELIAHLli PEOPLE
Everybody Who is Personally Interested in the Modern Treatment nnd Cure of
Chronic Diseases Should Hend nnd Weigh the Evidenco.
Two or three time * n week there nppcnri
In those co'iiiniif ) now testimony. The cue :
lire not \vorkod over mill reprntril tlmniinil
ngitln , hut nich issue ccmtulnn nrw vv.dmicc
Do not mUt liny or these chnplrri , IK iln-y
contiilti HtutcnicntH Hoiiirttiiiu * Irom > onr
IrloiuU nnd nclghhnm , niton Irom people ol
general lift veil us lorul reputation , null al
ways Irom piitlrntH who Imvo miftVrod from
sonic M'tMlllur form of < : l < i > : ino , which ilr-
slic to Kliiiw M d'ntliuuly cnralilc. II you
inln uny of I IICMI clmptiTB you : iru mlMlnj ;
Important link * In tlin chain of evidence.
DON'T WAIT !
Drs. Copclnnd nnd Shepard would kindly
warn the Invalid Unit one months trent-
rr.tnt now nt u cost of n trilling sum , Inclu-
si\e of medicines , nnd nlded by summer's
helpful nursing , is worth two months of up
hill doctoring against the rigors nnd bllz-
znrds ot winter. Begin treatment now.
Module , loivn , rurnltlirunn InHtnncool CurIng -
Ing Through the Homo Treatment.
Mr. Frank Benin , Modnle , lown , recently
took a brief course of home treatment with
Drs. Copeland and Shepard , Now he
"Your medicines thoroughly nnd promptly
cured mo of catarrh of the kidneys , weak
back and rheumatism. Before I begun
with you I had been n great sufferer with
kidney disease , so that I could hardly nt-
tcnd to my farm work. Your home treat-
men soon llxed me all right , nnd I nm In
splendid health now and have been so
sir.co your treatment nearly two years
KOH HOME TREATMENT SEND FOH
The Ciifio of nn Onmhi 1'iitlent Shows the
ItllRhtlni ; KIK'ctn of Catarrli upon the
Younij Ono More 1'root That Cores Are
Miss Ora Battreal , BIS N. 10th street , city ,
IR a student at the Omaha School ot Short
Hand and Typewriting , Boyd's theater. Her
father and mother , Mr. and Mrs. A. T.
Battreal , give these facts :
"A long time ngo we began to notice that
a slow catanh was getting hold ot our
daughter's system. It was not merely a
little trouble In her nose and throat , but It
affected her In many ways so seriously a *
to rob her of health entirely. The disease-
blocked her nose with tumors and fprend
to her eyt-s so shu could hardly see to read
at all. Her voice beennio hoarse nnd hep
throat was constantly sore. Later on her
hearing began to fall ; In fact , hardly any
sense soemud to escape. After eating she
was subject to headache nnd Indigestion ,
nnd she was steadily growing weak and
losing llesh. A large part ot the Urn ?
MISS ORA BATTUEAL. CIS N. 19th St.
terrible headaches were present , which took
he.- strength and vitality and made her
almost an Invalid ,
"Slnco Ir. Shepard had her cnso In
charge she 1ms got rid ot all these troubles.
This was two years ago , and no symptom
ot the old condition has returned. Our
daughter's case Is proof to us that the
methods ot Drs , Copeland and Shepard nre. V , J
capable ot curing people In such a way
that they STAY cured. Her eyesight is
perfect ; her hearing Is nlso perfect. She
Is strongnnd hearty , free from pain , and
wo can gladly state that her health Is re
stored. Our experience with Dr. Shepard
Is in every way satisfactory , and through
tills trying case he was successful at every
DRS , COPELAND & SIIEPARD ,
ROOMS 311 AND 312 NEW YORK LIFE
BUILDING. OMAHA. NEB.
Office Hours 9 to 11 n. m. ; 2 to C p. m. . Eve
nings Wednesdays and Saturdays only ,
6 to 8. Sunday 10 to 12 in.
PRISMATIC E1IAEXGTR.IG FOUNTAIN.
This beautiful fountain will bo in operation twice every evening during thla week , from 0 to 0:30 : , and from 10
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