Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, July 10, 1895, Page 3, Image 3

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[ feT.t COUNCIL HM'Kl'S.
- - NO. 12 PttAHl. ! STHRKT
Delivered by earlier to nny r rt of tlin clly.
it. W , TIL.TON , Usstc.
Mien , No. ; night
editor , No. 22.
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A rneetltif ? of the city council li booked for
tomorrow uvenlng ,
Iluy your clgnrs , plpsn , tobaccos and canes
In Grand Hotr.l Cigar More.
Grand hotel. Council muff * . NVwty fur
wF nished. Ilscpcnud Oct. 1. G. F. Clark , Prop.
David Hush In to have a hearing before
Justice Cook tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock
on the chargci ot assaulting Anna I'arkhlll.
A mealing of the school board will be held
this evening to take action with regard to
oorna rtpalra on the various school build
The ladles of Broadway church will hold a
lawn social Thursday evening at the resi
dence of W. S. Mayne on Park avenue. Every
body Invited.
P. B. Sullivan has filed his dog for tax
ation. The name of the animal Is Jaclb
Shoup , and ho was christened after the prcs
erit poundmaster.
Fred Ninbaum and Mary French were
married last evening ; by Justice Cook at the
' groom's residence on the corner of Broad
lit' way and Second street.
lit'I Chris Iludlo and J. W. Plnnell have suc
I ceeded In patching up a truce , and the case
which the former commenced , charging the
latter with keeping a saloon , Is to bo dis
missed before next week.
The Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hy-
rum J. Potilson died Monday night at the
residence , corner ot Seventeenth street am !
Second avenue , of cholera Infantum. The
funeral will take place this afternoon at 2:30 :
Mrs. Wlltfong and her son. who were
charged with trespassing on the land o :
James Masterrnan , were discharged by Jus
tice Vlen yesterday , upon proving that the
beans they cut down were mostly on their
own ground.
Margaret , wife of the late August II. Older ,
died at 9:30 : a. m. yesterday , aged 87 years ,
after an Illness of two years , at her resi
dence 2111 Fifth avenue. The funeral will
take place Thursday afternoon from the
Methodist church. *
A plate of flno Iowa peaches was placed on
exhibition yesterday at the Burlington ofllce.
They were raised on the farm of C. II. Dyer
ot tills city. In Mills county , one mile north
of Glenwood. They are us flno as were ever
brought to Council Bluffs from any place.
A. F. Clatterbuck , who had several Mil
waukee employes arrested on a charge of
malicious trespass about a month ago , has
had his appetite for revenge satiated by the
railway company's agreeing to glvo him nil
ho claimed. The case will probably be dis
missed In n few days.
The two Kreltck boys , who were Injured In
a runaway Monday , were resting well last
evening. The younger one , whose skill was
fractured , was feeling surprisingly well , but
It cannot be told for three or four days
whether his Injury will prove fatal , for a
blood clot may form any time Inside of that
I'V time. Flro and tornado Insurance written In best
companies ? . Money for farm loans at low
, r rates. City property for sale or trade for
farm lands In Iowa. Lougce & ToAle , 235
Pearl St.
Lndlr * * S2.00 Silk Hose *
For ons day , Wednesday , July 10th , wp
shall offer our entire stock of Indies' pin silk
hose ( drop stitch ) Horrnsdorf dye , fnst black
not a pair ever sold ot less than $1.60 ,
$1,75 and $2. We nro overloaded , hence the
low price. Ladles take advantage of this
bargain , It Is genuine only Wednesday , 9Sc
I'Jiff MO.t A r , J'A 11A ( V HA 1'ltf ,
Ed Bcnton nnd family left last evening for
r a visit to relatives In Denver.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Edmundsan left yes
terday afternoon for a trip to Hot Springs ,
S. D.
The Misses Laura and Mary Fllcklngcr
have gene to Independence for a visit with
II. II. H. Van Brunt , accompanied by his
wife and two sons , has gone to Madison
Lake , Wla. , to spend several weeks ,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Doak of Bloomsburg.
Pa , , are In the city , the guests of E. C.
Baldy and family , at 702 Perln avenue.
John Morgan of Walnut was In the city
yesterday looking over his chances for get
ting the republican nomination for sheriff.
Miss Pearl McConnoIl of Marysvlllo , la. ,
Is In the city for a two months , ' visit with her
brother , W. E. McConnell , on Eleventh
13d Canning , (5. ( U. Hannan , William Arnd
and Mayor Cleaver lift last evening for Des
Molnes , where they will attend the republican
state convention.
Mrs. Eliza Crawford , Miss Viola Duncan
Mrs. Groom and her daughters , Mrs. Baker
and Miss Sinn Groom have gene to Denver
to spend the summer.
W. W. Lunger and family returned yester
day from a month's trip to Honolulu , where
they were the gnests of Minister Thurston. He
saw all the country and reports the trip as
being highly Interesting.
ITown's ! (1 , ( > . U.
Screen doors. G5c each.
Gaspllno stoves from $1.9S up.
One-pint Mason fruit jars , per doz. , 49c
quart Mason fruit jars , S'Jc ' doz. ; half-gallon
Mason fruit Jars , 79c dcz ,
21 pounds granulated sugar for $1 ,
One pound plug tobacco for 15cj one pound
mnoklng tobacco for IRc.
Five gallons gasoline for C5c. Salmon , lOc
per can.
Don't overlook the fact tnat the Spctman
stock Is being sacrifice' ' ! at any price to sell
If you do you will miss the bargains In drj
goods , clothing , shoes , hats and all season
able standard goods that you mu > t buy. The
larger the crowd the quicker the goojs go
ami the greater the sacrifice In values ,
No Disrnunt
On water bills later than Wednesday. Watei
office open Wednesday evening.
From .Mount 1'lnitiniit on n Wlieol.
W. II. Brcnholts and Clyde Payne , two ol
the students of the university at Mount Pleas
ant , accompanied by Guy Burkett of lied Oak
arrived In the city yesterday on their wheel !
and will camp at Mnnawa for the next wcel
or so. The two first named left Mount Pleas
ant on the evening of the Fourth and came
here by way of Des Molnes. They reaches
Red Oak Saturday , after a two days' Jour
ney , and left Monday for Council Bluffs. Thej
made the last fifty-four miles of their Jour
ney In about seven hours. They will vlsli
W. S. Maync.
The electric fountain at Manhattan bead
will bo Illuminated each evening from S:3 : (
to 9 and 9:30 : to 10. The steamer Libert )
will connect vlth all trains to and fron
Manawa. First boat will leave Manhattar
beach at 7 a.m. to accommodate the camp
era at Manhattan beach who wish to catcl
r the early morning train to Omaha.
Clrcnt i null l ( ck r Snli * .
The Durfee Furniture company will scl
i this week the largest line of floor , spring
camp and.swinging rockers ever brought tc
the city. Prices 25 per cent on . Here'i
your chance- for cummer comfort. 336-33 !
The gas company's special prices for serv
ice pipes will bo continued through July.
Mnrrluce l.lrvniir * .
The following marriage licences were Issuei
yesterday :
Name and address. Age
Fied Nusbaum , Council Blurts. . 5
Mary French. Council Bluffs 4
John Meyer , Pottawattamle county , 3
Emllle Studebaker. Pottawattamle county 2
It Is a sure enough heater and doesn't cosl
half what the others do. See the new hoi
water generator at Illxby's , 202 Main st. II
, makes things boll.
Yes , the Eagle laundry Is "that gooc
laundry , " ami la located at 724 Broadway
If In doubt about this try It and be convinced
Don'-t forget name and number. Tel. 157.
Davis , agency for Munyon'a remedies ,
t The Hardman , the pUno par excellence *
John W , 1'fvnl and His Land and Improve
ment Company Sued ,
Creditor * for Small Sunn Anxious to Force
n SiMtlRinnnt llumtroili of Acrrs
of Suburban 1'roprrly In
the Duiil.
Attachment proceedings were begun In the
ftflct court yesterday afternoon Involving
bout $45,000 worth of the property of John
' . Paul anl the Union Land and Improve-
cnt company. E. W. Nash Is the principal
ttachlng creditor , his claims amounting to
3S.OOO , wlillo Flnlcy Burke , attorney for
'aul ' and the Improvement company , has
alms amounting to more tfian $5,000.
Paul Is well known In Council Bluffs and
inaha as a hustler In real estate circles ,
'or ' several years past he has been engaged
n accumulating property in the northwestern
art of the city , with a view to establishing
nanufacturlng enterprises on a large scale.
The Improvement company , of which he Is
resident , lias about 600 acres , Including
early all the land In the city limits north of
lie levy , and Paul himself has a third Inter
ist In town lots , which altogether comprise
bout 110 acres. About a year ago a large
mount of town property was bought up by
Ini In the names of several people , and
.hero were signs of a boom , which , for a
me , set the real estate men all agog. It
fas reported that a contract was signed by
Men an enormous packing plant , with stock
'ard ' attached , was to be built north of the
evy. Options were seized on all of the prop-
rty as rapMly as possible. But the stock
'ards and packing houses failed to materlal-
ze , and real estate has resumed Its normal
condition. For several months past Paul has
n In Chicago , and only occasional rumors
have been vouchsafed the public 04 to his
In the principal suit commenced by Nash ,
o alleges that the Union Land and linprove-
nent company borrowed $30,000 from him ,
giving two notes of $15,000 each , In Novem
er , 1891. The total amount due Is $30,810 ,
ncludlng unpaid Interest.
In the second suit Najh alleges that Paul
borrowed from the Omaha Loan and Trust
company $7,837 In 1891 , giving as security
three notes , all of which are long past due
ind unpaid. The only security he had , be
sides Paul's signature , was a few shares of
mprovement company's slock. He has been
.triable to get any settlement out of Paul or
any further security and so ho has taken
summary measures. He states that he would
'navo been willing to give unlimited time If
. 'aul had agreed to secure the notes by mort
gages on his real estate , but that he has re
fused to do so.
Flnley Burke appears , as plaintiff In two
suits , one against Paul Individually and the
other against the company. In the first he
alleges that In October , 1894 , a contract was
enteroj Into by which he agreed to perform
certain services for Paul , In the way of se
curing options on land located on "the Isl
and , " northwest of the city , and looking after
such lawsuits as might arise in connection
with them. Paul agreed to pay him $2,000
for his services ns foan as the land was ready
to be conveyed to him and $3,000 when the
suits were terminated. He has failed to do
either one. In addition , ho says he Is the
owner of no'ei and mortgages executoJ by
Andrew Olson for $2,700. Paul a.keel to be
allowed to use them temporarily as collateral
for not more than two weeks. But the two
weeks have been Indefinitely extended , Paul
has converted the papers to his own use and
now refutes to return them. He has also paid
out $57G at Paul's request , and of this sum
has received only $200 In payment.
In the second suit. In which the Improve
ment company appears as defendant , ho says
that ho was engaged by the company ,
through Paul , Its president , to act as attorney
for the corporation from April 1 , 1S9I , to
October 1 of the same year at a salary of
$2,000. From the latter date to January 1
the sum of $250 was agreed upon as his re
muneration , and from January 1 , 1895 , on he
was to receive $410 a month. On this con
tract he says there Is now due $3,250 , be
sides what Is uuo on the contract with refer
ence to "tho Island. "
In the 'alter ' suit the attachment Is suej
out on the ground that the company has al
ready disposed of a part of Its property to
defraud Its creditors and Is about to dispose
of the rest , while In the former the ground
Is merely non-residence of Paul.
In explaining his action Burke states that
of his own accord he would not have suc3
out an attachment. He received a call rom
Nash's attorney , L. Croofoot of Omaha , the
other day and was Informed that he was
about to commence attachment proceedings ,
and was Invited to go In. In order to keep
from holding the sack whllo the rest got the
game , he had to accept the Invitation , and
will thus come In second on the division of
the property , should a division result. Burke ,
, however , has the greatest confidence In the
final outcome of the real estate manipula
tions In the northwestern part of the city and
thinks this litigation may be the means of
hurrying up matters by Inducing Paul to
accept some of the offers he Is known to have
for his property , rather than hold out for n
fabulous sum ,
(5rent Cut I'rlco Snlo of Wall 1'npor nnel
llouHn riiriiUliltigs.
7,000 brown backs , fourteen different pat
; terns , at 2 < c a roll.
White blanks , worth 60 to Sc , at 4V c a
Mica gilts , regular price 8c and lOc , re
duced to 5c a roll.
German gilts , worth 12' , c to 17c , on sals
at 7sc ! ( a roll.
Embossed and Ingrains at 12'Ac and 15c
a roll.
, 22o silk paper at 12'.ic a roll.
Special prices on window shades and mould-
, Council Bluffs.
Klilo for n Wlfo
L. Looman , who has been living at the
corner of Union and Voorhls streets , Is In a
peck of trouble on account of the sudden and
unannounced departure of his wife from the
city In company with her cousin. Henry Phil
lips , and her brother and his wife. Mr. and
Mrs. George Potter. Last Saturday evening
lie came home from' ' down town and his wife
asked him to go back after some bread. He
did EO , and when he returned found the house
had been cleaned out of what little furnltun
It contained and all four were missing. Sal
vation Walker , who returned yesterday from
Onawa , where he had been attending a camr
meeting , told Looman that he saw the party
near Little Sioux , with a single rig with
which they had left the city. Looman Imme
diately made arrangements for a horse and
buggy and will go to Dakota this morning tc
look for his wife. Mrs. Looman lived Ir
Pueblo before her marriage and her brother
has arrived here from that place recently ,
Phillips has been employed at the Revere
house as a cook. Looman has been oul
of work for some time and has
been hardly able to furnish his wife
and her little 9 weeks'-old-baby with enough
of the necessaries to keep them alive , He
says the two men have been telling his wife
that she could do much better In Dakota , and
as she has but little will of her own have
prevailed upon her to try the world with
them. He has filed an Information against
Ph'lllps ' , charging him with stealing the good !
from the house.
\\tllte ( UK 1'iniitr.
Five thousand feet S-lnch top , 12 to 2 (
feet long , at 9 < Ac per lineal foot. A. Over-
ton. Council Bluffs , la.
Sweet peas , 5 cents per dozen stemi.
MABEL , PRVOR. 834 Lincoln Ave.
Will Support the Tlirater.
A meeting of the Merchants and Manufac
turers' association was held yesterday after
noon for the purpose of taking some actlor
with reference to the proposed leasing of th <
opera house by Elliott Alton. The followlnt
resolution was adopted ;
Believing ns wo do In home Institution !
we will steadily strive to Induce all citizen !
to patronize our theater In preference tc
foreign theaters. That the Merchants tint
Manufacturers' association pletlgea Its unite ,
support to Elliott Alton , the lessee of tin
Dohany theater , and agrees to do all In It !
power to mnko his venture n profitable one ,
and to patronize as individuals nil first-
class attractions that nro presented ,
A committee was appointed , consisting of
Mayor Cleaver , n. W. Hart. William Moore ,
George F. Wright and F. T. True , to circulate
the resolutions among the citizens for signa
tures. The committee Is not expected to
raise any funds , but merely to ask the sup
port of the citizens , which will undoubtedly
be cheerfully given Alton will take care of
the financial part himself. He has not leased
the house , and says he will not do so until
the committee has finished Its work. He Is
ell satisfied with the cplrlt shown by the
lerchants and Manufacturers' association
nd the citizens with whom he has talked ,
nd he has no hesitancy In saying that If the
ommltteo meets with the success he antlcl-
ates he will take the house and do his best
oward giving the people of Council Bluffs
first-class place of amusement.
\Vhcro I.mll.n Are Delighted.
There Is no locality In Council Bluffs at
he present time that has more fascination
or the ladles than the big establishment of
10 Durfee Furniture company. It Is one of
he largest retail furniture houses In the
tate , covering three floors 100 feet long and
orty wide. It Is packed from top to bottom
Ith the finest product of the furniture
nakers , and the newest Ideas of the day.
\mong the beautiful things are some rnag-
Iflcent mahogany rockers , and red birch
ockcrs , so nearly like mahogany that you
an scarcely tell the difference. They are
eautles that would delight any lady. Nov-
Itles In couches and divans upholstered In
Ilk brocatelle , corduroy and leather , parlor
ultcs In oaks exquisitely carved and up
olstered In silk brocatelle , and damask ;
arved mahogany chairs In silk Scotch frieze ,
gold leaf chairs and brtc-a-brac holders are
few of the choice novelties. Among the
peclal parlor suits are some carved red
Irch In silk damask that bear tags marked
35 , when you confidently expected to see
75 , and carved Inlaid mahogany suits In
Ilk damask nt the same astonishing figure ,
fou realize when you look at the goods and
ee the prices that the young men mean
vhat they say when they announce that they
vnnt to make a million dollars , but want to
iiako It off a million people. Other novel-
les nnd roynl beauties are Turkish chairs In
lamask and leather. Among the couches is
a curly birch back , with carved panels and
nk frame , richly upholstered and only
narked $20 , a leather couch seven feet Ions
and a yard wide , olive green color , market ]
; 45 , that would last forty-five years In dally
use ; brass and enameled bedsteads , dining
able of quarter sawed oak and piano finish ,
'oldlng beds In quarter oak and red birch ,
music stands and corner pieces In the
quaintest designs are among other novelties.
There is hardly a new piece made In the
"actorles that Is not to be found In some port
of the big store , and there Is something-
every nook In the homo. Even the baby Islet
lot forgotten , for the largest line of car
riages In tlte state is ready for his royal
Measure. The firm is composed of two of
: he most hustling young men In the coun
try , and they are going to satisfy every de
mand that the public makes upon them ,
and do it at prices that , will cut out all
competition. Ladles who desire to see beau-
Iful new , things for home comfort and adorn
ment are Invited to go through the big es
tablishment , whether they want to buy or
; iot.
CnmperH t Mnnnwn.
There are about fifty families camping : at
Manawa , and the tented population Is being
ticrensed every day. A. W. Klekmnn and
family are the latest additions. They erected
their canvas palace yesterday and occupied it
last night. Only those who have enjoyed the
ilellghts of camping for a week or more can
realize the pleasure that an outing at Man
awa affords. It Is so near town that the
business man can keep In the closest touch
with his business , and when the cares of the
day nro over he can Join his family and
fi lends on the banks ot the beautiful lake
and have all the enjoyments of an outing
300 miles from home. The market gardeners
around the lake make early morning calls in
the cnnvas city und furnish their freshest
,1 crlspest vegetables , while the dairymen
ccmo with fresh butter , milk and cream. The
big Ice houses near by supply quantities of
Ice at prices that are not fixed by any scale
or scales , and the chunk that is dropped off
for a nickel would make the housewife In
the city faint with surprise. If the appe
tites of the campers would not have the pro
voking habit of doubling In capacity house
keeping at the lake would cost far less than
In the city , for the farmers and gardeners
around the lake give generous measures of
their best products. The tents are wonder
fully comfortable , and how people do sleep !
An early morning dip In the lake , a row era
a sail over Its wldo bosom or an exciting
clmso after the elusive black bass give an
appetite for breakfast that paralyses the
cook. More than half the people camping
are from Omaha , and the most of them are
business or professional men. For those
who camp nt Manhattan beach the steamer
Liberty gets out In the lake and toots her
whistle long and loud at 7 o'clock. At 7:25 :
she makes a quick trip across making con
nections with the 7:30 : motor train , and this
reaches the Broadway depot In time to catch'
the electric motor that passes the Paxton
hotel . in Omaha each morning at
8lti. : The business man gets at
his work at even an earlier hour
than ordinarily , Invlgornted by the soundest
sleep , the heartiest breakfast and brightened
by rushing through nine miles of summer
morning sunshine. Do they enjoy It ? Well ,
ask them when they are going to move back
to town and get the universal answer , "not
as long as I can have as much fun as I am
having now. " The social features of life at
the lake are becoming' very pleasant. Col
onel Heed's entertainments at the Grand
Plaza are freeto all each night and after
noon , excepting Sundays , and a ball In the
pavllllon Is almost a nightly occurrencs.
The campers are about evenly divided on
both sides ot the lake , and each sldo has Its
social circles. The prospects are that the
number of campers will bo largely In
creased In the next few days , for all the
crowd there are talking enthusiastically about
the pleasures of the happy mode of existence.
To Hot Springs , S. D. , sale July 19 , Aug
ust 2 and 23 , one first class fare for round
Triennial conclave Knights Templar , Bos
ton , Mass. Sale August 19 to 24.
American Pharm'.ceutlcal association , Den
ver , Colo. Sale August 11 and 12.
Baptist young people meetings , Baltimore ,
Md. Sale July 15 and 1C.
Nailopal convention German Epworth
learjjie. Chicago , III. Sale July 6 to 11.
National convention Keeley league , Har-
rlsburg. Pa. Sale August 16 to 22.
Denver , Colo. Sale July 12 to 20 , and
August 8 to 17.
Toronto , Ont. Sale July 15 to 24.
Charlton. la. Sale July 23 and 24.
In addition I have on sale Summer Tourist
tickets to various points in the United States
and Canada.
Call and get copy of map and illustrated
write up of the great Yellowstone National
park. 0. M. BROWN. Ticket Agent.
Our best gas ranges will bake after flames
are turned out. Economy of gas the great
question. A few genuine Qulckmeal 1895
gasoline stoves at very low prices. Just
when needed , allumlnum fruit kettles.
Qranlteware verv cheap. Get an Old Doctor
Ice pick. Best In the world. Cole & Cole ,
41 Main strret.
No Discount
On water bills later than Wednesday. Water
ofllce open Wednesday evening.
ll.llt lltfii. > Tl'.XVK ItEDVCED.
Juclco WooiU Itlmllr l-opi Oft Six Moiitlii
from lleliB * Time.
CHICAGO , July 9. Judge Woods today re
instated his former order making concur
rent the sentences of Eugene V. Debs and
other officials of the American Railway union ,
As a result Debs will serve but six months
In Jail and his associates but three months
The men were convicted on two charges and
In each charge Debs received a six month !
jail sentence and the other defendants were
given three months each , the sentence oelnj
made concurrent. In order to take the case
to the supreme court Debs' attorneys had
the sentences separated and when the appeal
was refused It left the prisoners under the
double sentence with the prospect of a yeai
In Jail for Debs and six months for each ol
the other railway union officers. The de
fendants' attorneys then petitioned for a
reinstatement of the former order , the pe
tition being granted by Judge Woods today ,
rxlleJ to Ken Her < ir4Mililaujiiter.
BUZZARD'S BAY , July 9. Mrs. Pcrrlne
mother of Mrs , Cleveland , arrived here this
morning. Dr. Bryant reports that Mrs
Cleveland and the little girl arc doing nlcelv
and do not require very close attention.
Supreme Temple of Patijai l Circle ° f
Americans Oonven i Joday.
Address of Welcome to , U ( , Ioltvorcil bjr
the Mujor , After \Vlilcli the Work of
the Tcmplo Will U eUi-Ll t
of Delegates. , , |
The supreme temple of the Patriarchal
Ircle of Americans convenes In annual soi-
on this morning at 10 o'clock In Patterson
all. An address of welcome wilt bo dc-
vercd by Mayor Bcrnls after the business
f opening the supreme chapel has been
oncludcd. Supreme Oracle C. H. Lovcwcll
'HI ' respond. The balance of the morning
111 bo consumed In acting upon the crcden-
als of the numerous delegates who are
rrlvlng from the various states and terrl-
This order Is prominent on account of
.s military features and the members claim
o wear the finest uniforms of any secret
ioclety. The organization is largely charl
table and fraternal in Its objects. Speaking
f the order , Grand Oracle Van Vechten
ays : "It does not boast of ancient origin
r seek In the dark recess of some old castle
or manuscript or other evidence Jo prove Its
ntlquity ; It originated ten years ago , and
las met with favor wherever it has been
resented ; It Is adapted to the USDS and pur
'OSes ' of today ; no back number. It is
: omposed of young business men , many of
.vliom are already active In everything
ooklng to the prosperity and growth of
ho community In which they live ; ready to
ill the places of older men who have retired
r soon will , or who have passed over the
Iver. Upon young men. In a few years.
fln , depend the destinies of the country
"hose who at this time guide and arc In-
luentlal In every movement relating to the
good and welfare of the community will
eon pass awny or become too old longer
o bo troubled with care and anxiety. "
Credentials thus far received are com
prised In this list of delegates , many of
whom are In the city :
General S. T. Anderson , Bloomlngton , 111. ,
General J. A. Aulabaugh , Omaha ; A. A
Allen , Oregon City , Ore. ; C. E. Bradcti
Chicago ; J. F. Bartholomew , Milwaukee ; S
A. Barnes. Slbley , 111. ; E. D. Bang\ , Mil
waukee : W. R. Brown , Ottumwa , la. ; T. A
Bray , Kansas City ; B. C. Crawl , Omaha ,
S. B. Carpenter , Elkhart , Ind. ; C. F. Oald-
rtell , Whitewater , WIs. ; J. n. Campbell.
Eau Clalr , WIs. ; M. F , McCune , Omaha ; L.
D. Comstock , Portage , Wis. ; E. E. Crane
Omaha ; C. B. Chamberlain and George W
Dennis , Whitewater , WIs. ; A. L. Deerlng ,
Vortayl , WIs. ; Alexander Donald , St. Paul.
Minn. ; Charles E. Duffle , Omaha ; G.V
Dennis , Whitewater , WIs. ; N. Dalqulst , H
J. Dlerken , Nowall Daniels , Milwaukee ; J
i. Davey , Jancsvllle , WIs. ; H. II. Downlnp ,
Richland , Ind. ; N. J. Dllleiibeck , White
water , WIs. ; Judge Daniel Kvans , Chicago ;
Frankly Ellis , Cincinnati , 0. : F. L. East
man , Plymouth , WIs. ; EJdward Farmer , Mil
waukee ; Charles F. Foster , Omaha ; Joseph
Frlodle , Milwaukee ; Samjuel AFlagler , Chicago
cage ; C. C. Glbbs. Whitewater , WIs. ; H , T
Glenn , Nashville , Tenn. ; A. S. Glbbs
Seattle , Wash. ; A : H. Orubb , Shcyboygan
WIs. ; W. D. Hitchcock , Denver ; J. W. Hen
derson , Richland , Ind. ; Charles L. Hopper
Omaha ; L. C. Huff , Council 'Bluffs ; William
U-nsler , Grand Rapids , Mich. ; J. W. Houder
Omaha ; Hon. F. L. Hay. Defiance. 0. ; Wil
liam J. Hicks , Ottumwa , la.i B. E. Jenlfor
Omaha ; C. F. King , Springfield , O. ; S. B.
Kenyon , Janesvllle , WIs. ; George Klelgel ,
Milwaukee ; Samuel Kelsey , Charlestown ,
Mass. ; C. H. Lovewcll.iEnglewood , III. ; J.
O. Levctte , Morris , Ilr. ; Louis Llebrehor ,
Milwaukee ; D. H. Towne , Columbus , O.
Colonel John SIcGIll , Rochester , N. Y. ;
Swan Miller-Chicago ; J ; AV'Macauley ' ! Chel
sea , Mass. ; Ora B. Medearlo , Richland , Ind. ;
harles Y. Miller , Richland , Ind. ; Louis D
Meyer , Milwaukee ; W. II. Miller , Akron , O. ;
Aaron Miller , Kalamazoo , WIs. ; General A
B. Meyer , Milwaukee ; E16ert Nixon , Minne
apolis ; N. E. Orcutt , Defiance , O. ; E. S
Pollard , Townsend , Mont. ; J. J. Tltts
Bloomlngton , 111. ; R. C. Plxley , Milwaukee ;
H. A. Perkins , Medford , Wis. ; Colonel T. C.
Putnam , Grand Rapids , Mich. ; G. C. Rid
ings , Morris , 111. ; G. A. Ramsay , Gladstone ,
Mich. ; W. L. Roberston , Slbley , 111. ; Daniel
Roundy , Chicago ; F. W. Robinson , Jr. , Richmond
mend , Ind. ; W. II. Rome , Waukeshaw , WIs. ;
J. F. Spare. Council Bluffs ; E. J. Salter ,
Richmond , Ind. ; John R. Snow , Boston ,
Colonel R. J. Stella , Red Wing , Minn. ;
Joseph Smith , Decatur , Ala. ; Fred Schrawnn ,
Michigan City , Ind. ; Gustavo Senpson ,
Sparta , WIs. ; I. J. SplroMichigan City ,
' A. J. Smith , Waukeshaw , WIs. ; James N.
Twalts , Saglnaw , Mich. ; J. W. Titus , Elk-
hart , Ind. ; General F. C. Voltz , Milwaukee ;
Peter Van Vechten , Jr. , Milwaukee ; Colonel
C. E. Wolley , Elkhart , Ind. ; Frank Whit-
marsh , C. E. White , Omaha ; S. B. Williams ,
Rochester , N. Y.
The corps of officers so far present con
sists of : Supreme oracle. Brigadier General
C. H. Lovowell , Chicago , 111. ; supreme secre
tary , Adjutant General George C. Ridings ,
Morris , 111. ; past supreme counsel , Peter Van
Vechten , Milwaukee , WIs. , and supreme
steward , J. W. Houder , Omaha.
The order will be tendered a public re
ception by the Commercial club this evening
and on Thursday night will partake of a
banquet at the Mlllard hotel , where the
circle makes Its headquarters.
All 1)10 ) I'ropc-rty lit Stirffcunla Itlnffs
SIOUX CITY , July 9. ( Special Telegram. )
A suit Just begun here has complicated the
title to all the real property at Sargeants
Bluffs , a town of 1,000 population , eight
miles from here. The land was once owned
and platted by J. T. M. Crockwell , who sold
a few lots about 1860. About that time he
died and the purchasers secured the vaca
tion of the plat and purchased the rest of
the land from his heirs at a low price. They
then replatted It and have since sold most of
It for business and residence purposes. Crock-
well's heirs claim that the vacation of the
plat was part of a fccheme to depreciate the
value of the land and get it for less than it
was worth. They ask that the entire plat
be sold and that they be given a share of the
Ice l''orm' < l In lotvu.
SIOUX CITY. July 9. ( Special Telegram. )
Reports from Sioux Center , forty miles north
of here , are that watpr In tubs and palls
froze last night , LIgh.t ( .frosts . reported In
South Dakota , but no damage to crops.
i ' 1 l
Kstilbllaluul Another I'roreonrtlilp ,
At a meeting of the dlrt'ttors of the Pres
byterian Theological sfmni ( rj' , held yester
day afternoon , it wasulecliled to divide the
department of old testament Instruction Into
two professorships. Ifrofr. Sterling , whc
heretofore has hud full cTlhrge of this de
partment , was nsslgnert to'cme professorship
und Rev. Joseph J. Lejmn flf New York was
unanimously elected tdj u'pther. '
Convicted Pugilist i jiVt ( to the IVn.
DENVER , July 9. L wrence Farrell , the
pugilist , convicted of highway robbery , has
been sentenced to the , 'petiltentlary for twc
" *
Beecham's pilljjfar $ for bilious
ness , bilious hea'da'dhe , dyspep
sia , heartburn , torpid liver.diz-
ziness. sick headachebad taste
in the mouth , coated tongue ,
loss of skinetc
appetitesallow , ,
when caused by constipation ;
and constipation is the most
frequent cause of all of them.
Go by the book. Pills toe
and 250 a box. Book free at
your druggist's or write B. F.
Allen Co. , 365 Canal St. ,
New York.
Annual tales mora than 6,000,000 boxes.
iflort : of DlMatlflflcit Uciuocrntn to Dli-
litaco Him 1'roro I'utllp.
SPRINGFIELD , July 9.--A vigorous and
determined effort was made In the democratic
hcuso caucus to depose ex-Speaker Cliyton
U. Crafts as leader of the minority. The
effort proved a failure , though for a llino
things looked rather shaky for the ex-speaker.
The opposition to Crafts was led by Judge
Mltchel Stoskopf ot Stephenson county. Ho
was backed largely by country members , who
disapproved of Crafts' action at the regular
esslon. The Idea of the opposition was that
he republicans might split , and It Stoskopf
ivcro the democratic nominee he would re
ceive enough republican votes to elect him.
They held that he had many friends on the
republican side who , should a cpllt occur In
heir ranks , would vote tor him.
The Stoskopf people first tried to secure a
recess until after the republican caucus , so
that It would bo known If they would split.
Crafts' follwers saw at once that this might
prove fatal to their man and used all their
night to defeat It and were successful. After
some further wrangling a vote was taken
and Crafts was chosen as the democratic
nominee for speaker. The democratic mem
bers of the house held their caucus In the
senate Judicial committee rooms Immediately
after the house adjournment. After discuss
ing as to the advisability of selecting some
other democrat who would bo more apt to
win republican votes In case of a spilt In
that party , a motion was made by Mr. Le
Crones to defer nominations and take a re
cess until such time as the result of the re
publican caucus for speaker should bo known.
The motion was lost.
Mr. Stoskopf was the only democratic name
presented besides Crafts. On roll call Crafts
received twenty-nine and Stoskopf nineteen ,
and on motion of Mr. Stoskopf he was de
clared the unanimous choice.
The caucus of the republican members will
support Herbert Mulr for speaker to suc
ceed Meyer , deceased. This further compli
cates the fight for speakcrshlp. Early this
morning It was thought there were but two
candidates for the honor. The republican
leaders talked this way and every effort
seemed to be tending toward the selection of
one of these two men. It seemed an even ,
though rather acrimonious , race , and efforts
were spared by neither side to win votes.
Now that Cook has declared for Mulr , It
will be a three-sided fight , and It Is highly
probable that bsfore the matter ends a dark
horse will step In and carry oft the honors.
Thomas Needles of Washington county Is
at present about the only dark horse thought
to be available. As soon as he arrived In
the city after recess he announced that he
would not take a hand in the race. He said
It was an empty honor and he would under
no condition take the speakershlp. This- was
In case the different factions of republicans
could not agree upon a man , otherwise he
would be a compromise candidate. Some of
the country members have talked of Kltz-
miller , but aside from him no one has been
talked of. The Cook county caucus met In
the state house Immediately after the house
adjourned. After a stormy sebslon It. was
agreed to support their only available Cook
county candidate , Mulr , for speaker. This
effort Is , however , limited to two ballots
only. After five ballots Cook county mem
bers are not further bound , but they will
move to adjourn.
But two name ? were voted on In the cau
cus. These were Mulr and Gibson , all others
withdrawing before a vote. This resulted
Mulr , 12 ; Gibson , 9.
Rotlllnpr VeioriniB In ( leorcln.
ATLANTA , Ga. , July 9. The first of the
settlers In the big federal soldiers' colony to
be established In southwest Georgia , organ
ized by ex-Governor Northen , has arrlvec
and are arranging for those who are to follow
P. H. Fitzgerald of Ohio will reach here to
night to pay the first Installment of $125,000
on the purchase price of $400,000. The
colony has been staked off and Its townslte
which will be called Northern City , wll
spring Into life In a few months upon the
arlval of the first 1,500 colonists. They are
expected to come after harvest In August in
an immense wagon train.
Union 1'n c i lid 1'rclKlitn Collide.
CHEYENNE , July 9. ( Special Telegram. )
A head end collision occurred on the
Union Pacific main line at Rock Creek early
this morning between two special freights ,
badly damaging both engines and derailing
several cars. Fireman Wall was scalded by
escaping steam. No others were hurt. Under
direction of Chief Dispatcher Duffey of Lar-
amle the wreck was cleared without delay
for passenger trains. The cause of the ac
cident was a misunderstanding as to which
train had the right to hold the main line.
Arqnlttoil of n Scrlmis ( litre ? ,
CHEYENNE , July 9. ( Special Telegram. )
The case against Thomas Sutton , a business
man of Rock Springs , charged with assault
ing his steplaughter , was d smlssed today , the
principal witness having disappeared , and
all efforts to locate her were futile.
S/Ot'.V .V.4TIO.V OltB.tl7V
) Ucorrr tlmt I tin I'limoun I'lpMlona Quar-
rlr * of Mlnnr otu Arc I.oit.
CHAMBERLAIN. S. D. , July 9. ( Special. )
A considerable proportion of the Sioux
nation IE KI rally agitated by the dUcovcry
hat since ISf.l the famous plpcstono quarries
at Plpcfttono , Minn. , have paiscd from their
lossosslon Into the liatids of the govern-
ucnt. The Indians claim to have only ic-
ccntly made this discovery , and a council
van at once called to meet at Crow Creek
agency to discuss the matter and take
appropriate action. This council has Just
concluded its labors , and as a result of the
meeting n petition was framed and placed
n the hands of Indian Agent Trcon , of Crow
" reek and Lower Brulc , with the request
that It bo Immediately forwarded to the
government authorities at Washington.
The petition protests against the govcin-
ncnt assuming ownerthlp of the quarries ,
and asks tnat the authorities close the
quarries and dcclaro them again the com
mon property of the Sioux nation. The
council lasted four dasts , and was held on
an extensive plateau two miles northwest
of Crow Creek agency. The Yankton tribe
of Sioux refused to send delegates to din-
cuss the matter , and they nro now charged
by the balance of the Sioux nation with
being responsible for the loss to them of the
quarries. The Sioux make frequent pilgrimages -
ages to these quarries and worship them In
accordance with traditions which have been
handed down by their forefathers , A pecu
liarity of the council was that the delegates
were from 65 to 93 years of ago. Delegates
were present from Crow Creek , Slsseton ,
Pine Ridge. Rosebud , Lower Brulo , Cheyenne -
onno , Standing Rock , Flandrcan and Devil's
Lake agencies. The venerable American
Horse was the representative of the Pine
Ridge Indians , and High Bear icprcscntcd
the Indians at Rosebud agency.
Tciiilc ( ioniU ur Torn1.
SIOUX FALLS. S. D. . July 9. ( Special. )
The dry gocds stock of Folds Bros. , which
went Into the hands of Assignee A. H.
Stltes last week , was last night forcibly
taken from him by deputy sheriffs under an
attachment for an unsecured claim of $2,700
held by the German bank of this city. The
deputies rnado the demand for the stock
and being refused by the assignee broke _
open the door and took possession. The
bank and the assignee have both retained
prominent attorneys and a lively legal tilt
will probably follow. The attachment was
based on an allegation of fraud on the part
of Folds Bros. In making the assignment.
rirntv nf Money In Sight.
SIOUX FALLS , S. D. , July 9. ( Special. )
In an Interview State Treasurer Kirk Phil
lips states that ho has Just Issued a call tot
$90,000 of funding warrants and that the
money Is In Chicago to pay them. These
are some of the warrants which were duo
January 1 , 1895 , but owing to the defalca
tion of Taylor It was necessary to secure
moretlmo. . There were funding warrants
to the amount of $220,000 which fell due
at the time , but some time ago Treasurer
Phillips called In $100,000 worth of them.
Phillips announces that the state Is In good
condition financially.
I'crnlUir Cliiii-ch
SIOUX FALLS. S. D. , July 9. ( Special. )
According to rumor there Is likely to bo a
novel suit In the courts here. H Is stated
that Rev. J. L. Andrews , pastor of the
Unitarian church hero will Institute suit
against several Sioux Falls people who have
subscribed to the support of the Unitarian
church , but who refuse to pay. The de
fense will bo that the subscription was made
on the representation that Rev. Andrews waste
to devote his entire tlmo to the local church
and that he really has spent a largo share
of his tlmo with other congregations and In
giving lectures. _
riirriirrx Full Out mill right.
SIOUX FALLS. S. D. , July 9. ( Special. )
Henry Grernmels and Frank A. Marvin were
In partnership In the erection of the Mil
waukee freight depot and got Into some
trouble and Gremmels was badly pounded In
a fight. QremrnolH sued Marvin for $1,000
damages and was yesterday allowed $305 by
a Jury. The Judgment Is a tort Judgment
and a body execution will probably be Issued
If Marvin defaults In payment of the money.
( nnfriord to Killing III * < ompnnlnn.
PIERRE , S. D. , July 9. The man giving
the name of E. W. Davis who was arrested
at Miller for the murder of Ncls Carson , a
Wyoming stockman , today confessed to the
crime. Carson and Davis were bringing in
n lot of horses through Dakota. Davis
killed Carson and tried to dispose of the
stock. Davis claims to come from Welling
ton , 111. , where ho says he has many rel
atives. _
Mglit Frost In Smith Dikotti.
SIOUX FALLS , July 9. ( Special Tele
gram. ) A light frost was visible In low
places last night. No damage waa done.
Sioux I'lill * Couiiollniiinlo Contrit.
SIOUX FALLS , July 9. ( Special Tele
gram. ) A special election to choose a sue-
The trouble is wo don't always know where to look for the antidote ,
but for Dyspepsia , Indigestion , or any Stomach trouble
constitutes the surest euro , the cafcst antidote. They nro pm-
ncrlbed by physicians because they nro not u pucrct noitrum und
they nro sold everywhere by ilnufRlsts because dyspeptics know
a peed thing and demand It. You will aiuo with them after
using U.
on DV b = t Stuart Co. , Marshall , Mich.
zertuepri > 8ulr.
ttou of n famous French physician , will quickly cure you of nil tn-r.
vou9 or dhcaw of Ibo foneraiUe means , rucli in I.ostlluul od ,
Insomnia , I'nlns In tlio JlucK , Seminal Emissions , Ncrvoin li > blllh ,
rimples , TJnfltncsa to ilarry , RxlintKtlng Drnlnx , Vnrlcooelc M
Constipation. It atopi n UlosscH brdny or night. I'lcvrnH nultlt
. nfssof discliargp , wlilchlfnotclifrWprtlpaditoK.iprmHtorrlKEuan !
AFTTFI oil the horrors of Impotencr. fUlMMKMlclcuuiiGii tUollvcr , lit
BCFORF AND Ar I I.H tijneyaand thoiirlnaryortansotulltmpurlUcs.
C'in II > ENK strengthens niid restores amallwpnkorEans.
The reason sufferer * are not cn.-cd by Doctor * U because ninety per rent nro troubled will
PrnainHtlit. CUPIIlEKKIs thoonly known remedy to curonllhout un opi-nitlun. sonotrfitlmmii
* ls. A written ( ruBranteo given and money returned If six boxes does not ullcct u liermautulcura
A U0 ! n box , six fur (5.0U ( , by mall. Bend for nici : cl > cular and ti-etlmonlaLi.
< adrt s itAVoli JIEmciNC CO. , P.O. Iox ! 2070. San rrsuclsco , CaU 2\irSnet > u
Your House A
Heated Free- 4
A Awe Not from a financial standpoint cx-
actly. but entirely FREE from the
defects which are so often found In
wo wo
the general run of heating plant ! .
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HcntltiK and Snnltary Engineer ,
Steam and Hot Water llcntlnit ,
Of the most beautiful patterns , original designs , and the prettiest ( ancles of archi
tects and home builders faithfully and artistically reproduced ,
From a single window to car lots.
All stock sizei , and any special size or shape desired furnished at less than any
competitor's prices by the
The largest exclusive bouse In Western Iowa. Send for prices on estimate * .
Masonic Temple Building.
cessor to Joe S-ampoon , recently expelled1 from
the city council for tnlsappioprlatinR funds ,
resulted In the election of A. S. Kllroy over
Sampson , 91 to Cl ,
f llfornl : > ' Outlook SutUfuctorj- .
SAN FltANCISCO , July 9. Nearly fifty
cities and touns In California , In rcsponss
to Inquiries mrulo In the Chronicle , stated
In tlvtall the condition ot their business and
especially the development of their leading
Industries. The rpimlt ot these questions
and answrrci Is that tlicro IR gnod solid
ground tor satisfaction at the outlook In nil
It Is our nim to keep our
name constantly In sljlit as tlio
one place where you can buy
an origin for $ " > making $5
monthly payments thereafter.
The prices raujje from ? ! ) up to
? 1S , to $ loO.Vu somettnu'S
take orpins In exchange for
Kimlmll I'lanos.
A. HOSPU , Jr.
Artntul Mimic
You Can't *
take too much of
It quenches your thirst
That's the best of it.
Improves your health t
# Tlmt'a ' the rest of it g
AlSltnt rte * e m Vfii5 iktlnn * . Bold tvrrr. fla
wbwc. ulleonljbjTlielbi..K.lllr ( ito.riIU. jgj
Also the "Laiety. "
The following nro sooio of the ' cent od
dltions to our stock :
Lysol ,
Lycotol ,
Iioro-lyptol ,
Tukn-Ulastnse ,
Koln-Cardlnettc ,
Honey-ol ( tasteless castor oil. )
Tr. Adonl'R Acstlvnll.
Vln Knlnfrn ,
Full line P. D. & Co. Hypodermic Tab *
Full line Wyrth'B Tablet Triturates.
Sherman & McConnel )
Drug Co. ,
The store whcro people go when they
want "just what the prescription calls for. "
Parlor Tables
Regular$10 and $12 ,
July Specical $5. OO
Clitoluntcr'n Knellm Diamond rlrnna.
ml Only Ocnulne.
> rc , li ii rtlUtili. l oita tit ,
rujjlil for Chlelirittr i haalM Ula-l
, mead llranJ In Itfd an.l CM niu lllo\
Ibosfi , iralrd with blu rl ! > l > oi > . Take
, ntt uther , Ittfultdangerout fibifttu.
( ioni anil Imltallant. At IlmiKliii , or cu4 4p.
la itkmrl for particular ! . tfillinooliU tr 4
* 4Hellef fur l.uiUrm" tnlttltr , t > y return
/ / Hall. JO.OOO TritlntanUli. Xitmt 1'aptr.
r'rhphriitrrCli | < mlcHlUa.lMi > ill > iiiiH < iuai < i
M tl ill LMI | Urueilili. 1'Mlcdu. . 1'a.
JAS. S. KIRK & CO. , U. S. A
aconaB P. SANFOUD , A. w. nnncMAN ,
PreslJent. Cashier.
of COUNCIL BLUFF3 , Iowa , - . $109,09
Profits , . - . 12,0000
One ot the oldest tan leu In Hie Btato of Iowa.
We solicit your business and collections. We
pay 5 per cent on time depaultu. We will ba
pleased to see and serve you.
< \IM < A'- -iit-l. w ,
aijic ) a the Staj8
and Federal Courts. Rooms 30U-7-S-9 , Stiu.
Cart , Block. Council Bluffa , Iowa.
Sometimes nci-da a reliable
monthly regulating mtdlclne.
Are prompt , safe and certain In rccult. Tlio genu
ine ( Ur. 1'eal's ) neverdlsamiolnt. Bent any where ,
il.OO. Bhermon & McConnell Drue Co. . Ul !
UoJta * met. Omaha. H U
Special Notices-Council
Ed UurUe. at W. a Homer1. , UU Uroadway.
sale cheap and on cany terra * . Day & Ilesx ,
H I'earl street.
house , null barn , cistern , clly water at rious
and barn , fruit , nice shade trees , on a nicely
graded lot COx22J feet , for (2.300 00 , two-third *
cash. 948 I'erln avenue. Council muffs.
? IJBD MH t NI > "l > WCLI.INa IIOUHU , 10
mile * from Council Illuffs , to trade for unen.
cumbered farm land ; 80 acies good land for
sale In 1'utnam county , ria , , one mile from
railroad , price , U.iOO. V. C. I ongee , Council
llluffs. la.
thrt-o large , well fumlshi ' and exceptionally
cool rooms , single or en suite : bust location !
references required. Addreo L , UlFu oUlc * , ,