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THE OMAHA DAILY 1JEK : ItllJESDAY , JULY 10 , 1805
.THE OMAHA DAILY BEI-X
cv - OI-T1CB , NO , 12 PUAIMj STRF.IST
DollverC'l b > carrier lo nny part of the city.
II. W. TILTON. Lessee. ]
TnLKrilONKS-.tluilncss office. No. U ; nlsht
editor , No. 22.
Buy your ctgnrs , piped , tobaccos and canes
In Grand Hotel Cigar More.
Orand hotel , Council Bluff * . Newly fur
nished. Reopened Oct. 1. K. P. Clark , prof.
Arthur , the 7-montlis-old ton of Mr. and
" Mrn. A. J. Topping , died last evening at the
residence , 140 Ridge street.
William C. Nunenmnn and Sarah C. Uovee ,
both of Omaha , were married yesterday at the
Western house by Rev. Henry OeLong.
C. H. Huhcr , who In charged with operat
ing a saloon at the driving park Sunday , was
granted a continuance In police court until
The young ladles of the- Second Presbyterian
church will give a milkmaids' convention
next Fflday evening at A. A. Hiitchlnson's ,
one-half mile south of Crescent City.
Bluff City lodge No. 71 , Ancient Free and
f Accepted Masons , will meet In regular com-
' munlcatlon this evening. All Master Masons
arc Invited to attend. J. B. Atkins , secretary
B. P. Stevlck , the constable who Is charged
with making a false return In connection
i with the searching of a Falcon , Is to have
, / , a hearing In Justice Cook's court next trl-
t' day moinlng at 9 o'clock.
There will be a meeting of the Women's
Christian Temperance union Wednesday after
noon at 3 o'clock at the Young Men's Chris
tian association parlors. An Invitation Is ex
tended to all temperance people.
Svenne. the C-moiiths-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. R. Jensen , died yesterday afternoon
at l > o'clock , after a two weeks' Illness. The
funeral will take place this afternoon at 1
o'clock from the residence , 2309 South Sixth
Henry Phillips , charged with kidnaping
Mrs. L. Looinan , Is to have a hearing this
morning at 9 o'clock in Justice Cook's court ,
' and George Potter , charged with running
off mortgaged property , will be tried at 10
> ' P. C. DeVol nied a petition In the district
court yesterday for a mechanic's Hen on the
property of Dan Carrlgg on Broadway , near
the Intersection of Pearl street , for the sum
of | 205 , expended In putting tin roofs on the
Jessie Miller , the negress who robbed
Oscar Bellgh , was bound over to the grand
Jury by Justice Cook yesterday and sent to
jail In default of ball. The case In which
her husband , John Miller , Is defendant Is
now reposing In the judicial think tank and
will be decided next Thursday at 9 o'clock.
James Hurreri , who was found with a nickel
clock ly nls clothes , turns out to be a burglar.
Ho was taken to Crescent yesterday and
pleaded guilty to the burglary of the residence
of Mrs. McKune , from whom he stole the
clock and a bushel basket full of eggs. Justice
Menary bound him over to the district court
Dan Rhoades , a colored man , was arrested
yesterday on the charge of cheating Hans
Peter Nelson out of SO cents by making the
. ; false representation that his son-in-law , Paul
Giles , had authorized him to cell his buggy.
Hans paid the CO cents , but Giles refused tu
ratify the cale. Justice Walker will hear
Joe. 'Boyno ' was tried In Justice Walker's
court yesterday on the charge of assaulting
a lad named Ue'thers who persisted In makIng -
. - . Ing M. Duquette's .store n loafing place. At
the close'of the trial the court charged him
up with a fine of $1 and costs , the costs
amounting to about $10. The fine and costs
were promptly pald.
Mary E. , wife of Marlon L. Brown , died
nt 1 o'clock yesterday at the residence , 189
Fifteenth avenue. The deceased was a mem
ber of the .Methodist church. Short funeral
exercises win bq conducted at the house
this' ' afternoon at"8:30'o'clock : , at the close
of which the remains will be taken to Ablng
w don , III. , far Interment.
Isaac Ousierhout and Elizabeth A. Bush
took out a license to wed May 31. Ycsterdaj
the unhappy groom returned the license to
the county clerk , stating that the lady hai
changed hlr mind and decided to "marry the
other fellow. " The marriage register was
endorsed with a statement of the facts In re
Ink , so that In case Mr. Ousterhout finds some
one else to agree to share his name with him
his title to matrimonial bliss will be clear.
Flra and tornado Insurance written In bes.
companies. Money for farm loans at low
rates. City property for' sale or trade for
farm lands In Iowa. Lougee & Towle. 235
At C. O. I ) . llron-n'H this Week.
21 pounds fine granulated sugar for $1.00
1 pound Battle Ax chewing tobacco
1 pound smoking tobacco
Columbia river salmon , per can
Tomatoes , per can
Corn , per can EC
' 1-pound can Price's baking powder 35
Rainwater Maker , per box. . " . 21c
Root beer , per bottle.- c
1-pound package gloss starch , per pkg. . . 8c
1-pound package corn starch , per pkg. . . 80
Breakfast oats , per package So
Quaker oats , per package 9e
Iceland's soda , per package 7o
Screen doors , 114 Inches thick , any size
you want , for C5c. Adjustable window
screens for 3Gc.
Ice cream freezers cheaper than ever. We
are overstocked and must unload tficm.
And new potatoes at 10ca peck at
BROWN'S C. 0. D.
W. II. Wcekes of the Scrlbner ( Neb. ) News
was In the city yesterday.
Mrs. F. S. Thomas and family expect to
begin camping at Manawa today. "
Mr. and Mrs. C. Konlgmacher have gone
to Okobojl for a two weeks' outing.
The Misses Bcdlson have returned home
from a two weeks' visit In St. Louis , Mo.
Miss Dora Anderson has gone to Des Molnes
to take a position with an Insurance com
Mrs. T. D. Butler was taken to St. Ber
nard's hospital yesterday , a victim ot ap
Miss Mollle Corcoran ot Iowa City Is In
the city visiting her sister , Mrs. R. H. Grady ,
S27 Sixth avenue
Al WclU was called to Craig , Mo. , last
evening , having received a telegram announc
ing the death of his brother George.
The MUses Ella Hanson and Bessie Os-
borne of Glenwood are spending a few days
with Miss Frances Bowman on Tenth street.
E. T. Gilbert has been elected principal of
the schools at Mlllard , Neb. He Is now
nway enjoying a vacation. It Is reported
that he may not return alone.
The Misses Ella Wlrt. Cora Keller , Cora
Bmlth , Nellie Baker. Allle Foster. Matle
Baker and Zula Llpe , with Mrs. W. O. Wlrt
as cbaperone , are camping at Manawa.
G. H. Jackson has returned from an outing
at Spirit lake. Mrs. Jackson , who accom
panied him there , will return Saturday with
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Atkins nnd Dr. T. B.
Dr. Mott , the high government authority ,
designate Prlco's Cream Baking Powder as
the "acme of perfection. "
The school board held Its regular meeting
last evening. A written communication was
read from Superintendent Sawyer stating that
the receipts from commencement exercises
were $137 and the expenses $108 , leaving a
balance In the treasury.
Hollenbeck Bros , were awarded the contract
( or raising the stacks on the Second avenue
building and putting In new underpinning.
The chimneys have been settling rapidly , and
the whole building IB In bad condition , the
doors , many ot them , being unable to shut
and open as they should. The price to be
paid Is $516. _
Hed C'eiUr Fent-a Test * .
Twelve carloads standard red cedar fence
posts , lO c each , by the carload.
* A. OVERTO.V.
It U a sure enough heater and doesn't cost
half what the others do. See the new hot
water generator at Blxby'i , 202 Main st. It
makes things boll.
Good wall paper , 2VJo a roll , at the Bos
Tbe Hardman , the piano par excellence.
NEWS FROM COUNCIL BLUFFS
t.'ity ' Council Arrange ? for a Trip to St.
Jcsaph to Inspect Sowers.
KCKEO THE ELECTRIC LIGHT BILL
Illljr Attorncj llncclton Ailvl cs tUe Council
It llni the t'o\rcr to Itcgntate the
Kunnliiff of the Oiimhn train *
on the Street Itallway.
The city counclMield a special meeting last
evening and In spite of the hot weather
managed tu transact several Interesting
Items of business , one of the principal of
which was to arrange for'the first Junket
the council has taken at the expense of the
city for several years. The Junket Is to
begin next Thursday , when the aldermen will
leave for St. Joseph , Mo. , for the ostensible
purpose of Inspecting the sewer system of
that city. It Is supposed that this trip
Is Intended to have some bearing on the
future action with reference to the proposed
changing of Indian creek Into a closed sewer
from Bryant to Mynster street.
The committee of the whole reported favorIng -
Ing the purchase of three new horses for
the fire department and the sale of the
patrol team , which are hardly equal to the
demands made upon them. It also recom
mended that the matter of passing an ordi
nance regulating the width of tires on the
wheels of traffic wagons be referred to n
peclal committee of three , with Instructions
o correspond with other cities and ascertain
vhat regulations are In vogue there. It was
The bill of the electric light company for
, Iay and June , to which objection was raised
. .t the last meeting by Alderman Shubert ,
was brought out of the basket , together with
the recommendation of the committee to
which It was referred. The committee had
'omul that the police had reported the lights
iut 1,112 hours more than the light company ,
nd recommended that a corresponding do-
luctlon be made from the amount to be
aid the company. It also recommended that
he cost of removing two arc lights be re-
uced from $22 to ? 10. Doth were adopted.
The police commission , which Investigated
.he case of Colonel Jake Shoup , the pou dmis
er , recommended that the colonel be re-
alned , but that he be dismissed Instanter If
ho ever appeared on the street again In an
ntoxlcated condition. The report was
The city marshal was Instructed to order
all railways having tracks on Seventh street ,
between Thirteenth and Fourteenth aVcnues
o plank their tracks within twenty days.
The ordinance regulating public weighing
after several weeks of discussion and alter
ation , was finally passed under a suspension
of the rules. It provides that all public
weighing Is to be done under the supervision
of the city welghmaster. All persons doing
public weighing must procure blank tickets
from the city at $3 per 100 , half of this
amount to go to the city and the other half
o the welghmaster , who Is required to test
all public scales In the city at least once a
City Attorney Hazelton made a report with
reference to the city's right to require the
Omaha & Council Bluffs Bridge company
to run Its Omaha trains around the Pierce
street loop. In looking over the ordinances o
18G8 and 1886 , by which the company ac
quired Its right to operate , he found no ex
press stipulation as to where the company
was to run Its trains , but he did find In the
1880 ordinance a clause binding the company
to comply with "any other ordinance hereafter
after passed for the regulation of the use by
the company of the rights granted herein and
not In conflict herewith. " This clause , to
gethcr with the Inherent power of the coun
ell to pass any ordinance making reasonabh
regulations for the comfort , safety and welfare
faro of the public , give all the authority the
council needs to deal with this question
The reasonableness of the ordinances , h
further said , was not to be determined by the
expense to the company , but merely by thi
convenience of 'he public. The opinion wa :
filed , and the representatives of the eastern
part of the city went homo with satisfied
looks on their faces.
Bids were opened for sidewalk , and Wick
ham Bros , were found to be the lowest bid
ders on four , five and six-foot brick sidewalk
their prices being as follows : Pour-foot , cash
24 cents ; certificates , 31 cents ; five-foot , cash
27 cents ; certificates , 27 cents ; six-foot , cash
30 cents ; certificates , 31 cents. City Englnee
Etnyre was Instructed to tabulate the bid
and another meeting of the council will bi
held this evening to let contracts.
Thomas Officer requested the council ti
knock the south side of Avenue O from Thlr
teenth to Fourteenth out of the sidewalk
ordinance , because the property beyond wa
nothing but prairie. His request was referrei
to a committee consisting of Aldermen Shu
bsrt , Greenshields and Brewlck.
On motion of Alderman Ilisliton the clt
marshal was Instructed to notify propert
owners throughout the city to cut the weed ;
on their premises.
On motion of Alderman Shubert the clt :
engineer was Instructed to examine the grave
on the city property near Big lake an3 deter
mine whether or not It would be suitable fo
use In repairing the Lower Broadway paving ,
II. S. Jordan and Chris Carlson were glvei
permits to run saloons at the corner of Broad
way and Ninth street and at 1605 Broadway.
A petition from property owners asking fo ;
a fire alarm box at the corner of Fourth stree
and Twenty-first avenue was referred to th
The city electrician , James Bradley , statei
that he was unable to keep the fire alarm
boxes In proper shape without assistance. The
system now consists of fifty miles of wire
thirty-one boxes and fifty other appliances
and he thought an extra man was absolute ) ,
necessary. His request was referred to th
committee on fire and lights.
Don't let a gift Inveigle you Into buylnt
a cheap alum or ammonia baking powder ,
Buy Instead Dr. Price's , the most perfec
Destroyed the llon e > .
Pete Hondo. Pete Nelson and W. A. Va
Orman have squatted on some of the land be
longing to the Omaha Bridge and Termlna
company at Cut Off. They claim It Is stll
government property , and have pre-empted It
putting up a small shanty Sunday. They
moved a bed and chair Into It and were pre
pared to hold the fort. IJut yesterday morn
Ing a gang of the Terminal company's met
appeared on the scene , armed with pick
axes , and In a short time the shanty wai
knocked to kingdom come. Superlntenden
Harris of the company paid a visit to th
spot , but had to leave rather suddenly on ac
count of the appearance of Van Orman will
a large revolver In his hand. After destroy
Ing the house the Terminal people filed Infer
matlous charging the three men with tres
pass , and they will have a hearing befor
Justice Vlen this afternoon at 2 o'clock ,
Only line of Muny Letter * .
MONHOB , Neb. , July 15 , 1895.
"Your Wheeler's King Temperance Beer
goes like hot cakes. Please ship me Imme
diately two barrels W. King Temperance
Beer. " ROBERT A. VICKEIIS ,
Manufactured only by the O. R. Wheeler
Brewing Co. , Wheeler & Hereld , wholesale
dealers. Council Bluffs , la.
The electric fountain at Manhattan beach
will be Illuminated each evening from S:30 :
to 9 and 9:30 : to 10. The steamer Liberty
will connect v Ith all trains to and from
Manawa. First boat will leave Manhattan
beach at 7 a.m. to accommodate the camp
ers at Manhattan beach who wish to catch
the early morning train to Omaha.
The Durfee Furniture Co.'s special rocker
sale , the most successful ever held In the
city , will be continued another week. Lounges ,
couches and parlor sulti will be Included. A
dollar's worth for 76c. Get It. 336 and 338
Kaunden Ueli Ilia Feet.
Judge Smith decided the test case Instituted
by County Attorney C , G. Saunderi against
Pottawattamle county yesterday , Involving
the payment of fees. Saunders claimed a
percentage of fines collected In all criminal
proceedings In Justice courts , whether he
took part In the prosecution or not , claiming
It as one of the perquisites of hU office.
The board declined to pay. and It wag de
cided to submit the matter to the court that
It might be decided once for all. Dy the
decision yesterday Sounder ! gets a Judgment
for $31 and all future county attorneys
will have this as a precedent to guide them
In taxing up their quarterly bills.
In the case of Henry Ilussell against Day
& Hess , which Involved a note of Mrs.
Adele F. Cotgrove for $400 , and was decided
by the Jury In favor of Russell , the defend
ant's motion for a new trial was sustained ,
The Jury found that Mrs. Cosgrove did not
sign her name to the note In the presence of
R. V. Innes , notary public , which thereupon
came to be considered as one of the W. W.
The suit of C. Gelse & Son against C.
Wesley and others was decided In favor of
the plaintiff , who was given possession of
the horse In controversy , the value of which
was fixed at $30.
Sprolnt Bnln Orcnt ( ? lo of Wrappers
Our entire flock of ladles' light wrappers
In four lots , at 67c , S7c , $1.19 and $1.37.
Lot 1 Big lot of ladles' wrappers , made
of standard prints , with large rullle , Watteau
back and rolling collar. Also a few pongee
wrappers that sold for $1.50 , In this lot at
Lot 2 Fifteen dozen ladles' wrappers , made
of the best quality prints , with full drop
sheves and large rullle collar. Also a lot of
fine lawn wrappers , nicely made , with extra
large sleeves. These goods are worth $1 ami
$1.25. On sale at 87c each.
Lot 3 Thirty dozen lawn and cambric
wrappers , beautiful line of patterns and col
orings , worth $1.50 and $1.75 , to close at
Lot 4 Includes our entire stock , worth from
$1.50 to $2,50 , made of gingham , percale and
cambric , trimmed with Valenciennes lace ,
embroidery anil feather stltchlngs to match.
We offer them at $1.37 each.
Special remnant sale All remnants of wash
goods , worth from 8c to 19c a yard , on sale
at 5c a yard.
Remnants of wool dress goods , 25c a yard.
Extra quality ladles' pure silk mltto , full
shaped , our regular G8c quality , reduced to
33c a pair ; 25c silk mitts , 19c a pair.
Extra quality ladles' tan hose , our 25o
quality , reduced to 19c a pair.
See our assortment of wash goods at 9c a
yard , worth 12 > 4c and 15c.
FOWLER , DICK & WALKER ,
401-405 Broadway , Council Bluffs , la.
iNTKiu'.sr nit :
A New rrlno'pte In IlrenJdne nncl Stirring
1'loivn Tented VenteriiuT.
Lucius Wells , of Deere , Wells & Co. , and
a crowd of newspaper men watched the test-
ng of a new plow yesterday afternoon , and
while It was an event of considerable Inter
est to the horny-handed pencil shovers , It will
undoubtedly prove of lasting benefit to the
farmers of Iowa and Nebraska and the world.
It Is a little odd , when you come to tblnk of
t , that there has been no change In the
principle of the plow since Father Adam's
Ime. The sharpened forked stick has simply
been replaced with the steel shear and mould
board. Indirectly , Hon. J. Sterling Morton ,
secretary of agriculture , Is responsible for the
creation of the plow tested yesterday. In a
recent speech the thought occurred to him
that It was about time to try some other
principle , and he took occasion to point out
' ; he fact that millions of acres of fine farming
lands had been ruined by the usual style of
plowing , which cut a furrow a few Inches
deep and left the loose dirt resting on a hard
smoothly cut foundation , where It could be
washed away , or dry out like dust on a street
pavement. The plow that the Deere people
brought out to meet the secretary's Ideas Is
a remarkable novelty , and the first farmer
that gets It can worship It without the sin o
idolatry. The tesUwas made In a llttlo stub
ble field north of Twenty-fifth street. The
spectators saw two ordinary horses pulling a
small compact machine that was cutting a
wide swath In the black dirt and pulverlz-
'ng It to the depth of nearly three times tha
reached by the old plows. A concave stee
disc , about the size of a bicycle wheel , was
rolling along and throwing out the dirt like a
ditching machine , while back of It a stee
tongue was tearing * up the earth fourteen
nches bslow the surface. There was no she
mouldboard or Gutter , but the rolling disc
moving freely and set at an angle , was doing
the work , 'cutting a furrow twenty Inches
wide and fourteen deep , a feat that could only
be accomplished In the Old way by two teams
and a sub-soil plow , making a saving In
draught of 60 per centt There Is no friction
The rolling disc seems to cut the earth and
pry It out of the furrow , pulverizing It mosi
The test was highly satisfactory to Mr ,
Wells "and those personally Interested , and
made the old farmers that had been attracted
open their eyes In unfeigned astonishment ,
The plow will be exhibited at the Nebraska
state fair , where It will undoubtedly create
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 Pharnv.ceutlcal association , Den
ver , Colo. Sale August 11 and 12.
Baptist young people meetings , Baltimore
Md. Sale July 15 and 16.
National convention Keeley league , Har
rlsburg , Pa. Sale August 16 to 22.
Denver , Colo. Sale July 16 to 20 , nnd
August 12 to 17.
Toronto , Ont. Sale July 15 to 24.
Charlton. la. Sale July 23 and 24.
In addition' I have on sale Summer Tourls
tickets to various points In the United States
Call and get copy of map and Illustrated
write up of the great Yellowstone Natlona"
park. O. M. BROWN , Ticket Agent.
Don't overlook the fact tnat the Spetman
stock Is being sacrificed at any price to sell
If you do you will miss the bargains In dry
goods , clothing , shoes , hats and all season
able standard goods that you muH buy. Thi
larger the crowd the quicker the gooJs go ,
ind the greater the sacrifice In values.
Yes , the Eagle laundry Is "that goo
laundry , " and IB located at 724 Broadway ,
If In doubt about this try It and be convinced.
Don't forget name and number. Tel. 157.
Divided tlm i'rict.
W. C. Kcellne , Mr. Pokorny , Israel Frank
of Omaha , and Gus Hendrlcks , who acted
as Judges for the beef killing contest at
the butchers' picnic Sunday , postponed their
decision until yesterday. Mike Homer of
Swift's and Frank Noonan of Cudahy's were
the contestants , and each had some claim to
the first prize. Remer did his work In the
better manner , swinging his knife with an
ease and grace that would have done credit
to a surgeon of twenty years' experience ,
and the Judges decided that he scored the
most points. But he finished the Job In
five minutes and twenty seconds , while
Noonan beat his fifteen seconds. Noonan's
work , however , was marred by several little
technical defects which were apparent to the
experts In the crowd. He failed to kill his
beef at the first blow , as Rcmer did , and
had to keep batting away until the animal
finally caught the sledge hammer In the
right spot and rolled over , a corpse. He
did the skinning more rapM'.y than did Rtmer ,
but there were several slashes In the hide
which the Judges decided ought not to have
been there. It was decided that a com
promise should be entered Into , and the
, prlze be divided between the contestants.
Don't differ with the foremost cooks they
all use and endorse the peerless baking pow
der of the century Dr. Price's.
Only u Friendly suit.
Ezra Swlgart and Amos Clark , two able-
bodied men whose families have been given
aid recently by the overseer of the poor ,
found time yesterday to go to law about an
old offense , alleged to have been committed
by Clark five years ago. In 1891 Swlgart
filed an Information In a Justice court charg
ing Clark with stealing some household
furniture , but the warrant was never served ,
Clark leaving about that time for Nebraska.
But a couple of months ago be returned , and
to all appearances Swlgart harbored no
grudge against him , for they began farming
a little tract of land near the edge of Potta
wattamle and Mills counties , Swlgart was fur
nished seed corn and potatoes at the expense
of the county by order of the supervisors ,
but he never neglected to send In his monthly
bill for household expenses to Overseer
Swearlngen. Clark , who wag to get a
share of the proceeds of the farm , also
lent In a request for aid frequently , but
Swearlngen refused him on the ground that
> ii i
he was e non-resident of.Ioiva , having come
so recently from Nebrask Ji
Some disagreement hits' ndw arisen be
tween them , It seems , over the division of
the profits , for Swlgart has' resurrected his
old charge and had Clark arrested yester
day. Mr. Swearlngen Is of the opinion that
the arrest Is the result of A' put up Job be
tween the two men. Clark's requests for
money and provisions wexa .refused so long
us he was out and around , but now that
he Is In Jail the condition of his family Is
so pitiable that the sympathies of the over
seer have been aroused an'd he gave Mrs.
Clark the much desired order on the grocer
This Is only one of half n dozen * court
cases , Mr. Swearlngen says , In which county
paupers have been Implicated recently. The
county acts as a good father and provides
them with all the necessaries of life with
out their turning a hand. They consequently
have all the time they need for picking
quarrels with one another , and thus pro
vide light amusement for themselves , the
county footing the bills. Clark's case Is to
be tried In Justice Vlen's court Friday.
Grocers try to sell "Just as good" baking
powder as Dr. Price's because of greater
profit. None can equal Dr. Price's.
( Irilmni Drtnrm lied lo Commit filicide.
William D. Graham , an old soldier whose
domestic troubles have been aired at
some length In the newspapers , tried to
climb the golden stair last evening with ths
assistance of a small bottle of laudanum.
A short time ago he was arrested on the
charge of bigamy , and the case Is still pend
ing against him In one of the Justice courts.
He went to his home on Eighth street and
Twelfth avenue yesterday afternoon with the
fixed determination to put an end to his
grief. He had a bottle of laudanum in his
hand , and waved It at his wife , tragically
Informing her that his hour had come. He
then uncorked the flask and took a drink ,
but before he could get n full dose down his
esophagus she grabbed It away from him
and ran. William did not care to commit
suicide badly enough to chase her and take
the bottle away from her. Mrs. Grali.im
came to town nnd filed an Information
charging her husband with threatening to
con.mlt a public offense. He was arrested
and taken to the city Jail. There he made
another high tragedy move. Seizing his
knife he opened It and was Just about to
stick himself somewhere when Deputy Mar
shal Peterson and Constable Albertl caught
him by the arms and prevented him from
doing anything desperate.
Hardman pianos , Council Bluffs , 103 Main
The gas company's special prices for serv
ice pipes will be continued through July.
Read Davis' ad. Davis sells hammocks
Hardman pianos , Omaha , 113 N. ICth.
c * Licenses.
The following marriage licenses were Is
sued by the county clerk yesterday :
Name and Address. Age.
William C. Nunemann , Omaha . 35
Sarah C. Bovce , Omurm . 20
Harry V. Roberts , Lincoln . 28
Grace M. Whiting , Lincoln . 21
II. J. Cosan , Council Bluffs . 30
Attle Collamer , Council Uluffs . 21
Ten days' sale of wall paper and house fur
nishings at the Boston , store.
The Standard only second to the Hardman.
. i ciiui' co.vwr/o.vfl aooi ) .
Iteports friuu Various rfcctlnn * of the State
Indicnie a Henry Yield.
CRESTON , la. , July 15. ( Special Tele
gram , ) Reports received at tills point by the
Burlington' road from ithe main line and
branches report the crops In the best possible
condition. Corn Is all laid by , rye and winter
wheat all harvested. Oats /are about one-
fourth harvested , In fine condition and a big
yield. Apples and potatoes are an enormous
crop. There was a line 'rain ' yesterday.
PIERCE , Neb. , July _ 15. ( Special. ) Burg
lars brokq- Into William Zulaof's barber shop
on Saturday night andistole about $75 worth
of barber's supplies. .
William Sporleder , a farmer residing near
this city , was In town Saturday night. He
had In his wagon a large quantity of binding
twine , a set of harness and some groceries.
While ho was drinking some one stole all he
had In his wagon. >
The opera house Is rapidly nearlng com
pletion. The grand opening will be held
about September 1. _
* > . . Ccdur County I'rops.
RANDOLPH , Neb. , July 15. ( Special. )
Rye and barley has the 'best crop In years.
In wheat and oafs the stand Is from three
to five feet high and are filling well In the
very favorable weather of cool nights and
warm days. Flax , and , Indeed , all crops look
very promising. Corn Is a good stand , and ,
though backward , Is now doing well. There
was a slight frost one night last week , but
no harm was done. Yesterday and Saturday
good rains , which will keep all things grow
ing , occurred. _
Hall Mnrni at Stliuvlor.
SCHUYLER , Neb. , July 15. ( Special. ) Re
ports from the northwestern part of the
county are that a disastrous hall storm
traversed a strip of territory about three miles
wide yesterday afternoon and did extensive
damage to small grain and corn. A high
wind accompanied the rain , blowing down
some wheat , oats and corn. There was a
heavy rain at Schuyler , which was accom
panied by hail , but no serious damage was
Farmer Trim to Km ! Ill * Mfr.
CRESTON , la. , July 15. ( Special Tele
gram. ) Charles Finch , a farmer who has
been on a debauch for several days , was ar
rested today and Jailed. He had only been
In the cell a few hours until he had made a
rope out of the bedding , had the noose around
his" neck and was preparing to end his ex
istence when other prisoners by their cries
attracted the attention of officers , and the In
tended suicide was prevented.
Ten Thoasnml Dollar Illnze In Iowa.
CEDAR RAPIDS. la. . July 15. ( Special
Telegram. ) Novak's general merchandise
store at Walford was totally destroyed by
fire Sunday night about midnight. The origin
of the fire Is not known. The loss Is $10,000
or $12,000. Amount of Insurance unknown.
Prominent Dcnverlto Dead.
DENVER , July 15. A dispatch from Norwalk -
walk , Conn. , announces the death In that
city of George 0. Keelcr , a prominent min
ing man , and founder of the Colorado Mining
exchange. He left Denver three weeks ago
suffering from nervous 'prostration. Mr.
Keeler was 60 years olfl. , ' <
* 2a9C2 ! = : 6 * * a i37 S 2 ia5 /
he best-baking powder made is , as shown
by analysis , the _ " Royal. " .
Com' r of Health , New -York City. , J5
Kg * Cracknel * , Cream Crackers.
1 quart flour , large pinch salt , G tablespoonfuls -
spoonfuls sugar , 1 teaspoonful Royal Baking
Powder , 4 tablespoonfuls butter , 5 eggs.
Sift together Hour , sugar , salt and powder :
rub In butter cold , add eggs , beaten , and
mix Into firm , smooth dough. Flour board ,
turn out dough , give. It fpw minutes rapid
kneading ; cover with , damp towel 16 minutes ,
then roll out to thickness ot H Inch. Cut
with biscuit cutter. When all cut , have
large pot boiling , and large tin pan cold
water. Drop them , few at a time , Into the
boiling water. When they appear at sur
face , and curl at edges , take them up with
skimmer , and drop them Into the cold water.
When all are thus served , lay on greased
baking tins and bake In fairly hot oven IS
FATE OF THE PITZEL GIRLS
Another Chapter in the Great Insuranoo
' Swindle Gomes to Light ,
BODIES OF THE INNOC-NTS ARE FOUND
UlicoTnrod In Toronto VVIiero They Had
lleen Cruelly Murdered by Holmes
Who Ueilred to He Hid
of T tie in.
DETROIT , Mich. , July 15. A special to
the News from Toronto , Ont. , says : Found
burled In the cellar of the house , 10 St. Vin
cent street , this afternoon were the bodies of
Alice and Nellie , the two mining daughters
of Benjamin F. Pltzcl. Detectives Cuddy of
Toronto ami Gcyer of Philadelphia made the
discovery , and all doubts as to their fate have
been set at rest. It Is now a matter almost
beyond doubt that H. H. Holmes , when here
last October , deliberately murdered the pair ,
and thus rid himself of two troublesome
young beings , after he had murdered their
father In Philadelphia.
The Inquiries begun by the police led to
the knowledge that Holmes and the children
lived at the house in question and a search
was made. When they reached the cellar It
appeared lo the detectives that something
had disturbed the cellar door , and they began
to dig. A short distance below the surface
they came across the arm and a portion of
the head of one of the little murdered girls.
Further work soon revealed the entire boJy.
not only of the first , but of her sister. They
were both naked. The last trace the officers
had of the children was at Detroit. Holmes
secured possession of Alice , aged 13 , first
taking her to Philadelphia to Identify her
father's body. Then he went to St.
Louis and told the mother that
ho had put Howard and Nelllo
In a good school In Indianapolis. This wai >
on September 28 , 1894. Mrs. Pltzel received
two letters from Holmes In Indianapolis and
acting on his advice she went to her parents'
homo In Illinois. Becoming worried about
the children , she went to Chicago , where
she received word from Holmes to go to
Detroit. She met him In that city and de
manded the children , but was Induced to
go with him to Toronto and then to Burling
ton , Vt. So far as known the boy was never
seen In Detroit.
TORONTO , July 15. There were no traces
of violence on the bodies , and It Is thought
Holmes decoyed the children Into a trunk
under some pretext and took them to the
house. Then gas was Inserted by means of
a tube through n small hole. The trunk was
found with a hole In It nearly covered over
with a strap tacked down , where the tube
had been Inserted. The little girls , when
found , were naked , and had been burled with
out a coffin of any kind. No trace of the
boy , Howard , a lad of 8 , has been found ,
but he is thought to bo dead. The St. Vin
cent street house has been taken possession
of by the police and an Inquest will bo held
tomorrow night at 8 o'clock. The crime
was probably committed In this country , and
It will be necessary to extradite Holmes
and put him on trial for murder here.
WAHKAST& FOIt TimA'Tr-fl t'K.
1'nrtlolpantt In n Ki > n a Lynching Affair
to I'e Arrested.
EMPORIA , July 15. For several weeks de
tectives have been at work securing evidence
against the men who lynched George Reseat
at Cottonwood Falls ln'May , 1894. There are
twenty-five warrants fii1 Ihe hands of the
s'nerlff for prominent people In Cottonwood
Falls and Strong City and arrests * ivlll prob
ably be made this afternoon. The trouble
grew oilt of the recent closing of Strong City
Joints and It Is said that the liquor crusaders
are the men for whom the warrants are
out and that the jolntlsts and their friends
are behind the work of the detectives
Much excitement prevails In both towns and
the best people In Chase county fear seri
ous troub'.o before the quarrel Is settled.
"Hall to the Chief" chorus millions of
pleased housekeepers who Insist upon having
Dr. Price's Baking Powder.
TJCI.KUHAi'lllt , UllIKFH.
John W. Mnckny has started with a com
pany of friends for a trip to Alaska.
A box containing the body of nn unknown
man who hud evidently been murdered was
found In Mitchell's bay , Michigan.
The Cleveland Cliffs Iron Mining company
nt Ishpemlng , Mich. , has advanced the
wages of their men from 10 to 23 per cent.
Two men were fatally Injured nt Cleve
land by the explosion of coal oil which they
were using to remove scale from a boiler ,
Paper manufacturers In session nt Nl
agaru , N. Y. , have deckled to advance the
price of paper bags and the paper fron
which they are made.
Several suits for damages have been In
stituted against the Grand Trunk railway-
by relatives and persons Injured In the col
lision at Craig's road.
Men employed by the Lexington & Carter
County Mining company forcibly prevented
the sale of some of the company's property
wnlch had been seized for taxes.
The Chinese have adopted u new dodge
to evade the exclusion act. It IH to send
over young Chinamen and secure admission
on the grounds they are natives of Califor
The Ninth National bank of New York
has revived nn old Judgment for $425,000
against Dallas county , Missouri. It was for
bonds Issued In aid of the Laclcde & Fort
Negroes at Greenville , N. C. , are greatly
excited over the lynching of a negro mimed
Ira Johnson , who was charged with mur
der , though It Is claimed ho had a clear case
of justllluble homicide.
The window glass workers have adopted
an Initiation fee of $200 , and to exclude men
who have not been In this country live
years. This action was taken to exclude
foreign glass workers.
Twenty freight cars were thrown from
the track nt Carey , O. , Monday. Among
them was an oil tank car , which exploded
and the entire mass was burned. A tramp ,
who was stealing a ride , was killed.
A mob at Winchester , Ky. , took a negro
named Haggard from jail who was accused
of assaulting a white woman. Just as they
were about to lynch him the olllcers ap
peared and took him away from the mob.
Later the mob captured the negro again
and hanged him.
Indian Griddle C ne .
% quart corn meal , % quart flour , 1 teaspoonful -
spoonful brown sugar , > / teaspoonful salt , 2
heaping teaspoonfuls Royal Baking Powder ,
2 eggs , 1 pint milk. Sift together corn
meal , flour , salt , sugar and powder , add
beaten eggs and milk , mix Into a smooth
batter. Bake on very hot griddle to a nice
brown. Serve with molasses or maple eyrup.
4 large sound apples , peeled , cored , and
cut each Into 4 slices , ' /4 gill wine , 2 tablespoonfuls -
spoonfuls sugar , 1 teaspoonful Extract Nut
meg. Place slices of apples In bowl with
sugar , wine and extract ; cover with plate ,
s'et aside to steep two hours , then dip each
slice In Common Batter , fry to light brown
In plenty of lard made hot for the purpose ;
serve with sugar.
GET IT STRAIGHT.
$5 A HOHTH FORaU.JiSEflS5S ) DURING JULY
It 31 cnns the CorrcctTrcatincnt , Not of Catarrh Alone , Hut of Rheu
matism , Nervous Diseases niut All Common Chronic Ail
ments on the Same Inexpensive Plan.
Thcio who re nit the pupcrsvlll iioto tlifc
fnrf , nd thoio nho do not rrml the | > nprri
should In Mmlnr i be tunclit thw fact Hint
nil lOlTerer * from cliroulo illtenso applying
during tluly rccnlvo the euro niul trentiiicnt
they neoil without any expeuso whatever l > c-
yunil n noinlunl utscsimciit on n ImsU of 83
nuintlily , Including nicillclnm ntul prvlcm ,
tn office Hiid mull imtlcntii nllkr. Trial trout-
incut rco to tlioro nppijIiiR In person.
S AM ) AVTIIMA.
Wlint n Hlngto Month' * Treatment Accom
plished In n > evrrr Ciinn.
Mrs. Mary Whnlen , n widow Indy of ster
ling sense uiul worlli , whoso liotnc Is lit : S2
South KM street , South Omalm , after endu
ring the weakness nnd manifold ngonles of
lung dlponje for eighteen months , resorted
to the Copelnnd iiiul Shcpanl treatment and
Is today a well woman. Said Mrs. Whnlen :
MRS. MAHY WHAL13N ,
282 S. 21M St. , South Omalm.
"My allllctlon was that of defective nnd
distressed breathlnp. My throat and bron-
cHal tubes were full of catarrh , giving 1110
a. cough that was worrying ami painful. I
was nigh dead with asthma and bronchial
catarrh , and no woman can go eighteen
months guplng for btentli , as I did , with *
out losing hope iitiil courage. Mv Illness
WHS rccuirent nml spasmodic--a few dnvs
of comparative comfort , then days or weeks
of uluknes. . prostration nnd agony. Any
llttlo over-pxortlon , lifting , climbing Blairs ,
u rapid walk , nnd I would have to sit nnd
punt for air as though there WHS no nlr for
me , Any little bud change of weather
would lay mo up. The nlr passages would
seem to shut tlpht and the little air I In-
baled would cut through tht < m with n whis
tling and a wheeling that could bo heard
fiom the parlor to the kltchrii.
"I felt at times that I would strangle nnd ,
die. Sloop or rest would be out of the ques
tion. For two months before going to Or.
Shcpanl I scarcely slept nt nil. At times
I would be unable to lie down down nt all ,
for fear of H complete suffocation , so Unit
I would pass nlKltt after night In n sitting
posture. Hut all this Is rhnnged under Dr.
Shcpard's most admirable treatment. A
slr.plo month's treatment cured my coiiKh
and asthma entirely. I lircnthc In health
nnd comfort nnd my lost strength has been
completely restored. The disease has been
conquered. " '
DUNN IN TK XT ? .
A fort Worth Mini' * ICnlliuslmm Over
( tin Mull TreutiniMit.
Mr. Philip C. Urnyton , yard master for the
Fort Worth , stock Yards Company , Fort
Worth , Tfx. , who Is now under mall treat
ment , writes an follows :
"Tho head pains and stoppage of the nose ,
arc fast leaving me ; my appetite l growing
every day and the bad tasting mornlnii
coating of the tongue has gone. You can
not Imagine how well pivtisod I amVlth
what you are doing for me. H IR Rlvlnc
mo stroiiRlli nnd n general Ecnro of health
and comfort I have not felt for years. I
unclose order for next month's medicines ,
us I don't want to be caught without them ,
FOR MAIL TUKATMBNT SEND FOR
DRS , COPEAND &THEPARD ,
ROOMS 312 AND 313 NEW YORK LIFE
I1UILDING. OMAHA , N13H.
Office Hour * 9 to 11 a. in. ; 2 to 6 p. m. . Eve.
nlngs Wednesdays and Saturdays only.
6 to 8. Sunday 10 to 12 in.
If so it Is to your Interest to select that Pnln
which puts off the necessity of repainting for
the longest period. The paints manufactured
YOU by the HEATH & MILLIGAN MFG. CO. Gil this
requirement. They have been sold for the past
forty years and have won the distinction of being
ing the most durable nnd economical.
DAVIS' ' DRUG , PAINT
AND GLASS HOUSE
Carries the most complete stock of Drugs , Paints and Glass in Council
lilufTs. Call or write for prices or color cards.
STEAM DYE WORKS
All kinds of Dyeing
and Cleaning done In
the highest style of
the art. Faded and
stained fabrics made
to look as good u
new. Work promptly
done and delivered
In all parts of the
country. Bend for
O. A. MAGIlAJf.
Droadway , near Korlh-
weetem Depot , Council
Dlulfi. Iowa. T l. S2Z.
It thas como to our knowledge that cer
tain persons In this vicinity have been Im
posing upon the public and the trade by
soiling and offering for sale a certain so-
called temperance beverage of their own
manufacture under names similar to and
likely to bo mistaken for "Kops Cheer , "
a name which we have adopte'd as a trade
mark for our pure , non-alcoholic English
ale , manufactured exclusively by us at tliu
address given below , and of which trade
mark , when used In connection with bever
ages , we are the solo owners nn"d proprie
tors , both by user and by registration In
the Patent Olllce of the United States.
We therefore warn nil dealers that any
goods offered for sale as "Kops Cheer" by
others than our agents are not genuine ,
and give notice that all persons who shall
manufacture or fell , or offer for sale , erIn
In any manner deal In , any beverages under
the name of "Kops Cheer" "Kops" or
"Cheer" or any colorable Imitation of that
name , unless the same are obtained from user
or our agents , will be prosecuted for viola
tion of the trade-mark laws and sued for
R. WHITE & SONS ,
Proprietors of Kops Company , Fulhnm ,
London. England , Sole Manufacturers of
Kops Cheer. ALVIN J. HUT/ , Sole Im
porter , 21 River St. , Chicago , III.
Cures the effects of
self-abuse , excesses ,
emissions , Impoiency ,
varlcocele ana consti-
. One dollar a
ox , six for J5. For
enle by TH13 GOOD
MAN DRUG CO.-
GEORGE P. SANFOHD , A. W. HEIKMAN ,
of COUNCIL BLUFFS , Iowa
Capital , - - $100,00
Profits , . - . - 12,0000
One of the oldest bank * In the state ot Iowa ,
Wo solicit your buslnes * and collections. Vv
pay 6 per cent on time deposits. We will bo
pleased to see and serve you.
C. B , JACQUEMIN & CO. ,
Corn pinto assortment of gold arid steel
spectacles and eyeglasses , Eye uxun- ;
Incd free of charge.
No. U7 Main St. - Council Bluffs.
CHIMNEYS CLEANED ; VAULTS CLEANED.
Ud llurke , at W , & Homer' * , US Broadway ,
FHUIT FA KM AND QAHDEN LAND KOIl
sale cheap and ca easy term * . Day & Hess.
n I'earl street.
FOIt BALE. A NEAItLY NEW NINE-IIOOM
hou e , with torn , cistern , city water at nous *
and barn , fruit , nlci shade trees , on a nicely
craded lot Mxttt feet , for J2.soo.00. two-tblrd *
cash. tiS I'erln avenue. Council LluB * .
IB TUG OICLT
WUO TREATS AU >
Wvnknots and Socnt
CO jours' exucrtenea.
t years In Omaha.
J 4tli fc Farnmin Kt * .
RAILWAY TIME CARD
* nves" ! IlL'ltLINaTON & MO. UIVEU. ( Arrive *
Jmalm ( Union i-Hp'jt , loth A : MUHUH Htg. [ Omaha
0.15am Deliver Exurciis. . ! i:40am :
4j.pin.ll.k. : Hills , Mont. & 1'Uget Hnd , Ex. 4Mpiu :
4:2 : ! > imi Denver i ; iiur , 4:0jpm :
7'JJ : | > m..Nebracka Ixjoal ( except tiuiiduy ) . 7 : < 5pm
8l.'am..Lincoln : Local ( except Sunday.ll ) urn
it:45iinPut : Mall ( for Lincoln ) dully. . . _ _ _
: .eavi ICH1CAOO , IR'HLINOTON & Q.IArrlvca
OinalialL'nlon depot , Jpth & Ma on Hl . | Omaha
44i ; > 7n CliiciiKO Vestibule 9iXani : )
7Wiin : | . .ChlcaK'i & tit. Louis Express ! . 8OUam :
Llam : I'uclllc Junction Local 0iOuin : :
Lravi'S iCIUCAGO , MIL. & ST. PAUL. | Arrives
OinulialUnion Depot , 10th & Muaon Htn. | Onmlig
* G(0iin : | Ciilcugo Limited 9T30am
ll30uin ; . . . .Chicago lxire | a ( fx. Huit. ) . . . , " "
Leaves ICHICAOO & NOUTHWKHT'N.
OinalialUiilun Depot , lOlh & Mason St .
Kastorn Express r. . .
4:20pm : Vfi-tlliuleil 1.muted Ui Oaiix
C"am : Mo. Valley Ixjcal ] 0&pm :
" " Omaha Chicago Kpeclul IMSpia
Leave CHICAGO , It. ! . & PACIFIC. | Arrives"
Omaha [ Union Depot , lOlh & Muaun Hls. | Omaha
. .Atlantic Kxprena ( ex. Sunday ) , , G:3Sprn :
bl jpm NlKht Kxprt'SH. . . , 9Zoanx :
4:4Uinu : . . . .ChlcaKQ Vfcsllbuled Limited. . , . l3Ipm !
"c:45pm..Oklahoma : & Texas Ex ( ex , Sun.l'J5am ) :
' ' Colorado Limited 4UOpn : >
, KT. i' . , M. & O. jArrl'vea
_ Depot , IDtli ami Webster sts. _ | Omaha ,
. . .Nebraska I'm-scnger ( dally,7 ) , . BilDprii
. .Sioux City Express ( ex. Sun. ) . . llMum :
8t. I'aul Limited I0:3tam :
Leaves' ! ! ' . E. & MO. VALLEY. lAirlvea
Onmlml Depot , lit h and Webster Hts. | Omuha
2:10pm : Fast Mall and Express 4Upm :
2:10pm.ex. : ( Hal. ) Wyn. Ex. ( ex. Mem. ) . . < : , ' , rpra
9OSam : . . .Norfolk Kxprrxn ( ex. SundaylOsSoam )
CilOpm St. I'aul Express lt35am !
Leaves | K. C. , ST. J. & C. II. ( Arrive *
.OmahulJUnlnn Dipot , 10th & Masun 8ts , | Omaha
'OiSOam . . . .Kansas City Day Express. . . . B:30pm" :
9:4Spm : .K. C. Night Ex. via U. I' . Tran. C:00am :
Leaves | MIRSOUHI I'ACIKIO ( Arrive *
OmahaDeiiot | _ , icih and Webster 8U. _ | Omaha.
10:40am : I.St. "Louis Express.7..7. ! . 6:00am :
! l:3Upm : St. Louis Exprcxx 6OSpm ;
3:30pm Nebrafkit Local ( ex. Sun. ) 'JlOtam
Leaves | HIOUX CITY & I'ACIKIC. TXrrlves
Omalml Depot , 15lh and \\Vbiter Hl . I Omaha
' 6:10piii : St. I'aul Limited . . . .
Leaves I HlOt'X CITY & I'AfH-'IC. ( Arrives"
Oinahalttnlon IJepotJlOth & Mason Bis , Omaha
C.Marn Klnux City
I.3Spm ! HI. I'aul
Leave * I UNION I'ACIKIC. lArrlves
OmahalUnlon Depot , .10th & Mason Sts.l Omaha
9:4Jam : Kearney Uxpreta 12:30pm :
2Mprn : Overland Flyer S:30prn :
2OOpm.Ileat'ce & Ktrcmtb'i ; Ex. ( ex. Sun.l2:30pm ) :
1 ; CKi | > m I'arlflc Expr * H lOiUam
645pm ; Kast Mull 410pm !
Leaves I WAIIASH RAILWAY. | Arrlve
OmalmlUnlon Depot , 10th & Mason Bts.l Ulilaha
4:00pm : St. Louis Cannon Hall
Ho ! For Montreal by Steamer
GA/.E'B Jl'LT PATtTY.
under personal ercort wilt leave Chicago Friday ,
July 1 ! > , 1M3. at 7 p. m. , on new ' 'CITY OP
CHAIILEVOIX. " A 15- < lay summer \acatlort
trip , vliltlnir Mucklnac Inland , the Gcoriclan Hay ,
Toronto , Kt. Lawrence Itlver , and Montreal for
JC5.00 , which sum Includes nil necessary ex.
pen es from Chicago bark to Chicago , us per
printed program , for this unequalled tourist trln
on the water , llerths will In } allotted itrlctly
In order of application. Kend for program.
IIENIIY GAZE & SONH. ( Ltd. . ) Universal Tour-
Ut Agents , 20 H. Clark-st. . Chicago , III. Ou
Mr. Fletcher will be with the party.
1 Ckleh ter > s Enclltb Il mo d Itrlno.
Original und Of\r \ Cle ul e.
m rt , Utj t.u.lli. i n uk
prutflltt for CktektUm fnfluk 14 *
nonVir.oJ in lied nJ < ' " " P OHu
Ihoin , iv k4 wild klut rlbUiB. TSH
n other. 7l//bi rfanfl rffu < n6 tili
l > ilunp * ( ot J , rll uliri. IHIImoD
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