Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, July 20, 1895, Page 3, Image 3

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Delivered by carrier to nny part of the city.
II. W. T1LTON , Lessee.
TnLr.PIIONKS-IJmlncM omce. No. J night
tdllor. No. 22.
M/AM/t .V/i. <
At 11 o'clock last night the Infant son of
A. J. Durfce died. '
Over CO finest brands of cigars In the
world at Grand hotel cigar atore.
Grand hotel , Council Bluff * . Newly fur
nished. Ileoponeil Oct. 1. 13. V , Clark , prop.
Manager Atkins had put In a new long
distance telephone In the pavilion at Grand
Plaze , Lake Manawa , and made It a public
telephone station.
The hot weather has Increased the demand
for Wheeler's king temperance beer to such
en extent that he brewery Is run to Its full *
cst capacity night and day.
Mcmebers of Abe Lincoln post are earn
estly requested to be In attendance this even
ing , as there Is to be a very Interesting
meeting. Hugh W. Ooss , adjutant.
Special conclave of Ivanhoe commamlcry ,
Knights Templar , this evening at 7:30 : o'clock
to confer order of ths temple. The prompt
attendance of all Sir Knights Is courteously
Married , at the parlors of the Grand , by
II. O. Cook , B. M. Klmmcl and Daffy llarll-
gan of Omaha , Neb. ; alfo M. 13. Russell of
Warsaw , Ind. , and Mary 13. Tolsmer of
Toledo , O.
Grace , the 19-months-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. M. Olsen , died at 4 o'clock yester
day morning , after a three weeks' Illness , of
cholera Infantum. The funeral will take place
this afternoon ut 2:30 : o'clock from the family
residence , 135 Main street.
Maggie , wife of William Peters , died of
heart trouble yesterday morning at 4 o'clock ,
aged 52 years , after a three days' Illness , at
830 13ast Pierce street. The funeral will
occur this morning at 10 o'clock and the re
mains will be Interred In lloomer township ,
Kd Martin bought the gray team yesterday
which has been used In propelling the patrol
wagon ever since shortly after the war. The
price paid was $50. The city Is now left
without any team for the patrol wagon , and
word has gone forth that the detective force
Is to be muzzled for a few days.
The carnival at the First Baptist church
Thursday evening was a success. Perfect In
nil of Its many appointments , the program
consisted of selections and numbers In Instru
mental and vocal music. The booths were
neat and attractive with their numerous oc
cupants true to life. A full house enjoyed
the well rendered program , In splto of the In-
terse heat. The refreshments cume In very
acceptably t the close.
Four or five new tents were added to the
tented llelds at Manawa yesterday. There Is
a whole canvas city on the banks of the lake
now. The tents are still about evenly divided
In number on each side of the lake. A
military party from Fort Omaha with seven
tents took up Its abode on Manhattan beach
yesterday. C. A. Atkins , Clint Byers anil
Mrs. Browncll w'th ' their families will Join
the colonies on Monday.
Manuel Lund stole a suit of clothes that
. " ) ho found at the Northwestern depot yester
day. U had been left there for a minute b >
a man who had been shopping In the city
and was on his way home. Manuel opened
the bundle , and finding the suit was for f
boy 4 years of age became disgusted am
threw It away Into eomo weeds near the
depot. He was caught In the act and lodged
In the. city Jail , with the charge of larceny
against him.
Amos Clark , who was arrested the other
day on a charge of larceny preferred bj
Ezra Swlgart , was discharged by Justice Vlen
yesterday. The crime , If any was committed
took place more than five years ago , ant
Clark went to Nebraska. He returned i
couple of months ago and the two men wen
Into partnership farming. A dispute arose
nnd Swlgnrt , In order to got even will
Clark , Invoked the aid ot thd court am
tried to get Clark punished for the outlaws
offense. Swlgart has been supported by th
county for years , and the county will havi
to pay the costs ot the senseless prosecution
which he set In motion , In addition to the
cost of his support.
Flro and tornado Insurance written In bos.
companies. Money for farm loans at Ion
rates. City property for sale or trade fo :
farm lands In Iowa. Lougce & Totvlo , 23
Pearl St.
At O. < ) . l > . llrniTii'n this Week.
21 pounds flno granulated sugar for $1.0
1 pound llattlo Ax chewing tobacco 1C
1 pound smoking tobacco 15
Columbia river salmon , per can 10
Tomatoes , per can S
Corn , per can r >
1-pound can Price's baking powder 35
Ilnlnwater Maker , per'box 21
Hoot beer , per bottle , 7
1-pound package gloss starch , per pkg. . . S
1-pound package corn starch , per pkg. . .
Breakfast oats , per package
Quaker oats , per package 9
Iceland's soda , per package 7
Screen doors , 1 % Inches thick , any
you want , for G5c. Adjustable wlndo\
screens for 35c.
Ice cream freezers cheaper than ever. V
are overstocked and must unload them.
And now potatoes at lOc a peck at
BROWN'S C. 0. D.
Ten days' sale of wall paper and house fur
nishings at the Boston store.
The Standard only second to the Hardman.
Miss Ella Mahoney ot Sioux City Is visit
ing Mrs. Andy Kastncr.
Mrs. Howard N. Hattenhauer has returned
from a visit to Storm Lake.
Miss Jessie Gilbert has returned from Hillsdale -
dale , la. , where she visited friends.
The engagement of Dr. F. T. Seybert and
Miss McUermott has been announced.
Miss Maud Duncan of Omaha Is visiting
Mlsa Edna Patterson , 1724 Sixth avenue.
Mrs. M. J. O'Neill has returned from Waterloo
lee , la , , where she has been for a year past.
Mr. and Mrs. Henderson and family have
returned from Spirit Lake , where they have
been spending the past two weeks.
Miss Bartlett ot Omaha , who has been the
guest of Miss Maud Murphy on South Eighth
otreet for several days this week , leaves for
homo today.
Mrs. Ellen K. Denny of Vlnceniies , Ind. , Is
the guest of her brother , Rev. J. G. Lemen.
She Is the organizer ot the National Women's
Christian Temperance union. She held a
meeting at the county Jail yesterday after
noon ,
Mrs , M. B , Ayres of 810 Avenue B was
called to Missouri last week by the sudden
death of her brother's child. She arrived
borne yesterday , accompanied by her brother's
wife , Mrs. W. H. Morgan , and her two chil
dren , who will spend a week lu the city.
"I would not use ammonia baking powders
In my own family , " says Dr. Drew , state
chemist of Minnesota. Dr. Price's is purest
of cream tartar brands.
V. M , C\ < t , Ciiiifvrenccii.
The secretaries of the Omaha and Council
Bluffs associations put their heads together
Thursday evening , and summoning to tlelr aid ,
In person or by proxy , some of their workers ,
planned for a series of midsummer out of
dcor conferences upon the subject "How to
Iteach Men. " The first meeting- will be held
in Omaha next Friday evening. There will
be an address fifteen minutes' long , to bo fol
lowed by a line ot practical tUEEestlons and
questions that will be exceedingly helpful to
all who attend.
Taken up , bay horse , G or 6 years old.
white spot on right side , part white left hind
foot , weight about 1,000. Inquire of James
Holder , 14th street and Avenue D.
Yea. the Eagle laundry is "that good
laundry , " ana U located "at 724 Broadway.
It In doubt about this try It and be convinced.
Don't forget name and number. Tel.157.
llnrllnctnn llnulu Kxrur lun
To St. Joseph and return Aug. 4th. $1.50
round trip , 11.50. O. M. Brown , Tkt. Agt.
The gas company's special prices for serv
ice pipes will be continued through July.
Head Davis * ad. Davis sells hammocks
Cheap ,
i JTbo Harunun , the plino par excellence.
F , W , Voiwinkle , a Well Known Inimrar.03
Man , Becomes Insane.
Not Until Yriterdiiy , However , Hill Ills
Symptoms llecmno Aliirinlnc Condi
tion Attrlbutml to an Accident
lie Met with bevcrnl Years Ago.
F. W. Voswlnkle , a well known Insurance
man nf this city , became a raving maniac
yesterday. For years his health has been
steadily declining , and It was apparent to
bis Intimate friends that his mind was af
fected. Several years ago he was driving
near Fulrbury , Neb. , when he became the
victim ot a runaway accident. Being thrown
from his buggy , he struck the top of his
head on the ground so hard that an Inden
tation was formed In his skull which , It Is
believed , Is responsible for his mental ail
Some time ago ho went to Salt Lake City
In the h ? > pe of being benefited , and the ex
pectation of his friends was that Instead of
coming hero he would go to Wisconsin to
visit his father. Thursday night he sud
denly appeared at his homo on Fourth street
and stayed there over night. Yesterday mornIng -
Ing his wife left him In his bedroom , but
finding ho did not come down , after some
time , went back and found him sitting with
a razor In his hand. He had slmved off his
oustache and all the hair on his head. As
n explanation for his queer action he said
e had been baptized Into the Mormon church
n the tabernacle at Salt Lake City , and had
ecotrje a Mormon bishop.
He said he had. come back with a tnUslon ,
hlch was , to take all the people of Council
luffs back to Salt Lake City with him. He
ad decided to hold a mass meeting In Bay-
its park and deliver an oration from an 1m-
rovlsed platform. His talk and acting were
o strange that a plan was concocted to get
Im before the commissioners of Insanity ,
urlng his visit to the court house he hade
o bo handled very carefully , for he seemed
o be on the point of becoming violent. After
n examination It was decided that he should
0 taken to Clurlnda for treatment.
Improperly compounded baking powders are
iOt uniform In strength. Forty years' expe-
lenco has made "experts" of the compound-
rs of Price's Baking Powder.
Clnrn Will Get llrr < lo\r Iry.
Harrison Latham's father did not succeed
n getting signatures to a bond to Insure the
oung man's staying away from Council
Bluffs and letting Mrs. Clara Wyman alone ,
nil the trial of the criminal case against
Im was commenced In Justice Cook's court
esterday. Latham himself went upon the
( and and testified that on one occasion he
tayed at Mrs. Wyman's house from 10
( 'clock Wdnesday night until after 3
'clock the next Friday morning , occupying
ilrs. Wyman's couch. ThU testimony was
orroborated by Latham's father. Mrs. Wy
man , however , upon the stand , denied that
hey had used the same bed , but admitted
hat ho stayed In the house several nights.
Latham's neck was ornamented with a
long chain , of which he seemed very choice ,
nd on his little ) finger wan a ring. Both of
hem , the testimony developed , belonged to
Mrs. Wyman , and Latham claimed she had
oaned them to him to wear since their
roubles commenced. The Jewelry was ol <
'ered ' In evidence by W. C. Hendrlcks ,
, atham's lawyer , but Latham stoutly re-
'used to turn It over to the court or any
body else. Then Emmet TInley , attorney for
he prosecution , also offered the Jewelry In
evidence , and secured an order of the court
enforcing his demand. Latham took oft the
hain and ring with a bad grace and gave
hem Into the keeping of the Justice. If
Mrs. Wyman proves ownership they will be
; urned over to her after the trial. The at-
: orneys had not finished their .arguments at
: he hour of evening adjournment , and th :
case will be resumed this morning.
Mid-Summer liirgiiin Huston btore.
$1,00 crochet bsd spreads , 75c.
tl.HO Marseilles spreads , 9Sc.
33c and 39c Turkey red table damask re
duccd to 25c a yard.
All wool French cuallles reduced to 2Gc
1 yard.
Big line of wash goods In lawns , dimities ,
aconeU and Swiss at 9c a yard ,
Baautlful line of dimities at 12',4c a yard.
25c zephyr ginghams , 17c a yard.
25c quality ladles' tan and brown hose at
iflc a pair.FOWLER
Council Bluffs , la.
Jlruco Comiimmlnry'A I'llerlmniro.
A neat pamphlet has just been Issued by
; ) ruco commandery No. 34 , Knights Templar
of HeJ Oak , outlining the trip contemplated
next month to the triennial conclave at Bos
ton. The Council Bluffs knights will not gen
n a body , but quite a number ot them wll
; o with their Red Oak friends. The trip
.akes In Niagara Falls , Quebec , Montrea
and Toronto , making stops at each place long
enough for the tourists to take In the prln
clpal points of Interest at each one. There
will be a trip down the St. Lawrence and to
he White mountains before going to Boston ,
where four days will bo spent. After the
conclave the Fall River line of steamers wll
bo taken to New York , where another day
will bo spent. Then each one will be allowed
to take the route he chooses homeward , and
many of them -will visit Washington , lialtl
more , Philadelphia and other eastern cities ,
The Dudley Buck quartet of this city wll
accompany the knights throughout the trip
The pamphlet contains sixteen pages am !
ms cuts of some ot the more attractive place
to be visited. The Burlington Is the routi
selected from here to Chicago , and the
Grand Trunk from there eastward.
Iteilnrtd Itiiten.
To Hot Springs , S. D. , sale July 19 , Aug.
ust 2 and 23 , one first class fare for roun
Triennial conclave Knights Templar , Bos
ton , Mass. Sale August 19 to 24.
American Pharm-.ceutlcal association , Den
ver. Colo. Sale August 11 and 12.
National convention Kceley league , Har-
rlsburg , Pa. Sale August 16 to 22.
Toronto , Ont. Sale July 15 to 2,4.
Charlton , la. Sale July 19 and 21.
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.
Only ( 'no or Miiny l.cttrr' .
MONROE , Neb. . July 15. 1893.
"Your Wheeler's King Temperance Beer
goes like hot cakes. Please ship me Immci
dlatcly two barrels * W. King Temperance
Manufactured only by the G. R. Wheeler
Brewing Co. , Wheeler & Hpreld. wholesale
dealers , Council Bluffs , la.
Hurt In u run may.
Mrs. Schultz , who lives seven miles In the
country , was driving down Main street last
night with her ton when the team took
fright and ran away. Both occupants we.--
thrown from their seats and considerably
bruited by their hard contact with the pave
ment. They were taken to the St. Joe house ,
where Dr. Robertson attended them until
they recovered sulllclently to be taken home.
The electric fountain at Manhattan beach
will be Illuminated each' evening from S:30 :
to 9 and 9:30 : .o 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.
John Shlcketanz. Sr. . has moved hlj bar
ber shop to 400 Broadway , two doors west
of Maurer's china shop.
Everything new at Durfee Furniture Co's.
\Vnut u IHvltimi of tlm I'rupertr.
County Attorney Saunders. as guardian ot
Fred Hartlug , commenced an action lu the
district court yesterday to have a division of
ninety ucrei of land and $250 In cash now In
posiesslon of J. P. Hess , who li guardian for
Charles Hurting. Both tlm Hartlng * are In
sane and confined In aiylumi , The petition
that the property , which now appears
In Charles Hnrtlng's name , was deeded to
him In 18C7 In trust for the benefit of his
mother and brother Fred. The county at
torney aiks that the estate be divided equally
and that each half be charged with the sup
port of the man to whom It belongs.
. Thomas Officer and W. II. M. Pusey filed a
petition for a foreclosure ot a mortgage given
to secure a note for $700 , given by R. S.
Morrow and II. A. Rico and their wive ; .
Charles Conery sues John Hammer for an
unpaid balance of $190 claimed to be due him
as wages for labor performed In the last two
t-uturilny livening Snip ,
Saturday evening we place on sale 200
.dozen gents' white lawn string ties , with silk
stitch ends , a fine quality , worth 35c to 40c In
any house , Saturday evening 12',4c ' dozen.
100 dozen ladles' 15c quality tan hose Sat
urday evening 5c pair. The above goods we
bought very cheap. Come for them Saturday
evening. Sale begins at 7:30 : p. m.
BENNISON BROS. , Council Bluffs.
\VIII ChooKc DulrgiUr * .
The democrats of Council Bluffs will meet
In the various precincts this evening from
7 to 8:30 : o'clock to choose delegates to the
county convention , which Is to be held at
Avoca next Wednesday at 1:30 : p. m. The fol
lowing arc the meeting places :
First ward , first precinct , Wheeler & Her-
eM's office , select eight delegates.
First ward , second precinct , blacksmith
shop , corner Broadway and Stutsman , select
eight delegates.
Second ward , first precinct , city building ,
select ten delegates.
Second ward , second precinct , ofllcc , corner
Broadway and Seventh streets , select seven
Third ward , first prclnct , Creston house ,
select seven delegates.
Third ward , second precinct , Main street
hose house , select seven delegates ,
Fourth ward , first and second precincts ,
court house , Farmer's hall ; each precinct
select seven delegates.
Fifth ward , both precincts. Shields' store ,
corner of Fifth avenue and Eleventh street.
First precinct select eight delegates ; second
precinct six delegates.
Sixth ward. Twenty-third and Broadway ,
select eight delegates.
It makes finest flavored , moat tender , and
wholesome food Price's Baking Powder.
Tonluht in uniiid I'lnzi.
Chicago Ladles' Military band concert at
Lake Manawa Saturday evening , July 20 ,
Mrs. Mae Munro , director.
March Illinois Battleship . W. G. Yule
March The Liberty Bell . Sousa
Overture At the Circus . Warren Bcebe
Waltz The Sweetest Girl of All , with
Vocal Chorus . . . . , .
March Terra Gotta .
Dedicated to the Chicago Color by Prof. D.
S. McCosh of that city.
Concern Medley . W. II. Thomas
March The Rifle Regiment . Sousa
Waltz Rosa , Sweet Rosabel ! , with Vocal
Chorus .
Serenade Pleasant Dreams . W. S. Rlpley
Waltz Visions of Paradise . C. W. Bennet
Violin , Cornet and Piano Selection .
Particular attention Is called to Mrs. Mae
Munro playing cornet and piano at the
same time.
Waltz Grand Plazi Favorite You Ain't
Mad , Bill , Are You ? with Vocal Chorus
Chicago Ladles' Military Band March. . . .
Composed and arranged by Mrs. Mae Munro ,
America's female Sousa.
Overture Corlnna . E. Boettger
Admission , 10 cents. Round trip tickets ,
admitting to the Haze , all bath privileges
and the switchback railway , 35 cents.
Colonel Reed's chlvalrlc letter to the ladles
published In The Bee the other day at
tracted a great deal of attention. It was a
unique and graceful Invitation to thorn to enJoy -
Joy the pleasures of Lake Manawa , and It Is
being accepted by thousands. Manawa never
was so popular , never so pleasant and alto
gether delightful as this season.
ICed Coilur I'cnre I'osts.
Twelve carloads standard red cedar fence
posts , 10c each , by the carload.
The following marriage licenses were Is
sued yesterday by the county clerk :
Name and address. Age.
Clarence Walker , Council Bluffs . 21
C. Lower- , Council HI tiffs . IS
D. H. Ktmmel , Om.iha . 13
Daffy Hartlgnn , Omaha . 20
M. K. Honsell , Warsaw , Ind . 42
.Mar } ' 13. Toshner , Toledo , 0 . 41
Special sale of fine shears. Fine button
hole. scissors about half price. One-third of !
on all shears and scissors and heavier re
ductions on our stocks. These are both the
Dungan stocks and our own. Sale one week
only. Cole & Cole , 41 Main street.
Colonel Reed has put on a special ticket
good from Council Bluffs to Manawa and re
turn , Including entrance to Grand Plaza , all
bathing privileges and several rides on the
switchback , for35c. The Grand Plaza bathing
beach Is. now by all odds the finest on the
lake. _
Stevlok'n Id-turn \ \ -trulglit. .
Henry Wagner , who , through feellnga of
spite , had Ed Sherlock's saloon searched a
couple of weeks ago and since then has had
Constable B. F. Stevlck arrested for making
a false return on the search warrant , prose
cuted the case against Stevlck in Justice
Cook's court yesterday with such success
that Stevlck was promptly discharged. Ho
worried along without an attorney , and told
upon the witness stand that he saw Stevlck
and an expressman take the jugs and bot-
les that hud been confiscated out of Justice
Vlen's office down to Sheriock's barn on
Ninth avenue and left them there. The ex-
imxman who helped SlevlMjwas alto put
ir , > n the stand and In a mpjilirc confirmed
Wagntr's report. But when the cross-exam
nation commenced their stories could not be
made to dovetail as well as might have been
wished. VI
Stevlck admitted that he look the stuff
nto Sherlock's neighborhood ; , but tworo vlg-
orouily that he destroyed If In a vacant lot
near Sherlock's house. At the close of the
isarlng Stevlck was discharged.
Hardman pianos , Council Bluffs , 103 Main
Good wall papei , 2Vfcc a rolf,1 'at the Bos-
Ion store. _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 ' "
Hardman pianos , Omaha , 113 K , ICtb.
- >
l.lnt of Then Itcccntly lU'iiU'inbercd by the
tU'iirrul (1 > ririiiueiit.
WASHINGTON , July 19.-Speclnl.-Pcn- ( )
slons grnntcd , Issue of July 3 , 1J.83 , wore :
Nebraska : Original Henry U , Myors ,
Omaha , Douglas. Increase Silas Hunt ,
liloomfleld , Knox.
Iowa : Orlglmil James Mc.MlllIn , Atlan
tic , Cnss. llclssue Henry D. Perkins , Sioux
Haplds , Uuenu Vista ; William T Mudlas-
bon , Lynnvlllc , Jasper. Original widow
Kstclla McNelll , West Cedar HapldB , Linn.
South Dakota : Original widow Marga
ret Smith , Clark , Clark. Increase David
A. Wnrncr , Forest City , Potter ; Hunry A.
Hunisilale , Canova , Miner.
Colorado : Original Frank S. Winters.
nllas Samuel Itoss , Spencer , Gunnlsuii ;
Philip Helms C.uls , Klowa. Hclpsne
David W. Drult. Elizabeth , Klbert ; Otliniel
L. Bright , Harris , Arapuboo.
Montunn : Original-Samuel Collctt , IJoze-
irmii , Giillutln.
Issue of July C :
Nebraska : Increase William W. Innes ,
I'liilnvlew , Pierce : William Thatcher , Raymond
mend , Lancaster. Increase Hamilton Evans ,
Pleasant Hill. Saline. Reissue Horatio G.
Townsend , David City , Duller. Original
widow Catherine E. O'Brien , Omaha ,
Iowa : Original Ellas T. Simpson ,
Elkhart , Polk ; Uennett O. Fosburg ,
Iruton , Sioux ; William L. Clianey ,
lies Molnes , Polk. Increase George
D. Cuff , t'tlca , Van Uuren. HI-IH-
sue Cornelius Pratt , Elkport , Clayton ; Wil
liam Bortel , Grlnncll , Poweshlek ; George
O. Scott , Wndemi , Fnyette ; Joseph Pugli ,
Allerton , Wayne ; Kphrlnm It. Osmer , Hazle-
ton , Huchanan ; Samuel F. Price , Uunbury ,
Woodbury ; Milton Yc.iger , Akron , Ply
mouth ; Christopher Ixjlirmaiin , Dubiique ,
Dubuque ; Hussell W. Calkins , Anita , Cass.
He-Issue and Increase William H. 11. Corey ,
Donl. on , Crawford. Original widows , etc.
Mary ICnlght , Council Bluff" , Pottnwattn-
mlo ; Sanders Ketiyon ( father ) , Mlnburn ,
Dallas ; Minors of John Findley , Hlbbsvllle ,
South Dakota : John n. Francis , Wes-
slngton Springs , Jermild.
Colorado : Original Jorden Frcenlo , Den
ver , Arnpahoe. llclssue Nelson S. Wil
liams , Berkeley , Arapnhoe.
Wyoming : Helssui. George W. Knight ,
Cheyenne , Laramle.
Montana : Original George W. More-
bouse ( deceased ) , Great Falls , Cascade.
In the manufacture of Price's Cream Bak
Ing Powder there Is used a large proportion
of all the cream ot tartar consumed in this
ll il liifrinsa i llm 1'ntent.
CEDAR RAPIDS , la. , July 19. ( Special
Telegram. ) Judge Shlras of the federal court
has filed a decree In the , case ot Mast , Fees
& Co. of Springfield , 0. , against the Iowa
Wind Mill and Pump company of this city ,
finding the latter guilty of Infringement on
patents held by the former. Commissioner
Francis has been appointed special master In
chancery to take testimony and determine
the amount of damage due plaintiff. The
case will be carried to the. court of appeals.
l"u I r In Southmmt Ncbr.mka unil Showera
In till * > iirth\vf < t t'cirtloii.
WASHINGTON , July 19. The forecast for
Saturday Is : '
For Nebraska Fair In feouth'east ; showers
and cooler In the northwesern portion
variable winds , becoming northwesterly.
For Iowa Fair ; variable winds.
For Missouri Showers ; variable winds
becoming southerly. . . . , ,
For South Dakota Shpwcrsf cooler ; winds
becoming northwesterly.
For Kansas' Fair ; warrrler In the western
portion ; southerly winds.
I. o c.i i Uncord.
OMAHA , July 1'J. Omaha record of tem
perature and rainfall , compared with the
corresponding day of the past four years
1893. 1834. 1833. 1892
Maximum temperature. . . . 83 91 SI 93
Minimum temperature. . . . C7 70 G2 10
Average temperature . 75 SO 73 Sti
Precipitation . 00 .00 .00 .00
Condition of temperature and precipitation
at Omaha for the day and slttce March 1
1EP5 :
Normal temperature . 79
Deficiency for the day . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accumulated excess Hlnce March 1 . 210
Normal precipitation . 17 Inch
Deficiency for the day . 17 Inch
Total precipitation since March 1 10.75 Inches
Deficiency since March 1 . 7.78 inches
lU'ports from Other StiUou : at M 1 * . M.
"T" Indicates trace of precipitation.
u A.vii . ' , Observer.
The U. S , Government Tests
Show the Absolute Superiority of
Royal Baking Powder.
( Data from the latest Official U. S. Governmtnt Report on Baking
Powders , Department of Agriculture , Bulletin ij , fage 599- )
OYAL is placed first of the cream oj tartar
powders ; actual strength , 160.6 cubic indies of
leavening gas per ounce of powder. ! , ,
Every other powder tested exhibited jr'much
lower strength than the Royal , the average being
33 per cent. less.
Every other powder likewise showed the pTesence
of alum or sulphuric acid. 1
> i
- 'flie claim that this report shows any other powder of Superior
strength or purity has been denounced as a falsehood ! by the jj )
Government officers who made the tests. * W
rl B
< iraliiim
One quart Oraliam f.our. one tablespoanful
brown sugar , one te3tT ° onful "It. three tea-
ipoontuls Royal Hiking Powder , one ess , ono
pint milk. Sift together Graham Hour , sugar ,
salt end powder , add beite.n eg ? an 1 milk ,
mix Into bitter like pcund cake , muffin pans
well greased , two-thlrJj full ; bike In hot oven
( Utetn minutes.
tu : i < .
One and one-halt pints flour , one-half tea-
ipoonlul tail , two tablospainiuls , two
leaspo-nfuls Hoyal Hiking I'owder , two Uble-
ipoonful ? InJ , three eggs , one teaspaonful
eich extract nutmeg and cinnamon , thr e-
quarters pint milk. Silt tngethcr fl-ur , salt ,
sugar and powder ; rub In lard cold ; adj milk ,
beaten eggs and extract ! . Mix Into dough
iott enough to handle ; flour the board , turn
out dough , give U quick turn or two to com
plete Its smoothness. ' Uoll them under th
hands Into round balls' size of small egg ; la
them on greased shallows cake pan , put ver
close together. Bake In moderate oven tlwrt
minutes ; when cold elft sugar over them.
Micwr i iscnK
One and one-half pints flour , pinch sail
one coffcecupful sugar , two teaspoonfuU Ilova
lUklng PowJer , one tablftpocnful lard , tw
eg ; ) , one-half pint milk , one teaipoinful ex
trict nutmeg. Sift together flour , salt , suga
an ! pdwder ; rub In lard cold ; add beate
tggs and milk ; mix In smooth batter as for
mi'tflnf , drop with tablespoon on greased
biking tin ; tlft sugar over tops ; bake In hot
cvn cicl't or ten minutes.
llr.mUy Snuce.
Proceed as directed for wine sauce No. t ,
substituting brandy for wine.
outheasterti Fart of the State Ezpariences
a Oloudburst ,
| \o Hundred 1'cct of Tinck Inumlite : < t unit
It tillered DniiKcrmn Mimjr 1'i-oplo
Leave Tlielr Humes In Thulr
Mght Clothes.
DBS M01NKS , July 10. ( Special Tele-
ram. ) Last night's stonn was very heavy In
outhcrn and cistern Iowa and In Missouri.
Vashouta occurred In a number of places
nd a very heavy one Is reported from West
Liberty. Train No. 4 on the Rock Island ,
vhlch should have been here at 4 o'clock
hla morning , did not reach the city until
his afternoon. All other Hock Island trains
vcstboundvere also delayed.
A cloudburst northeast of Iowa City caused
a great deal of damage to crops. Five liun-
Ired feet of the Ilurllnglon , Cedar llaplds &
Northern railway tracks were washed out.
tulston creek carried of ! bridges , sidewalks
nd fences. Several families In their night-
robes waded out of their houses In four feet
of water.
The Uocky Mountain Flyer from the west
on the Hock Island was ditched near the
owa river. A fireman had a leg broken.
The passengers were badly shaken up. The
racks were washed out between Iowa Cl'.y
and Downey.
v. c. iioiouiuss roil bn
JciullooU lu ttui cviciitcimlh District
I'lti.illy ItroKcn.
AUDUDON' , la. , July 19. ( Special Tele
gram. ) At the republican eenatorlal conven-
lon for the Seventeenth district held here
yesterday , after continuous balloting for
welvo hours , a decision was reached on the
92d Ballot late last evening , nominating A.
C. Hotchkiss of Adel. In the final ballot
Audubon gave seven for Edwards of AuJobon
and ono for Ashton of Guthrle , Dallas four-
can for Edwards of Audubon , and Guthrle
hlrtcen for Uotchklss of Dallas. Then Dal-
as county changed to their own man and
lotchklss was nominated.
UOLFE , In. , July 19. ( Special Telegram. )
V convention for the purpose of nominating a
successor to Parley Finch to represent the
Seventy-sixth district In the state leglsla-
uro convened here Tuesday and has been In
esslon since. One thousand four hundred and
itneteen ballots were taken up to noon to
day without resulting In a choice. Poca-
lontas county Is balloting today for W. C.
Roister and W. D. McEwen. Humboldt Is
voting for Finch , G. L. Tremaln , John Mcr-
rltt. A. A. McKlltrlck , N. O. Nelson. E. A.
Wilder and C. J. Lund. The best of feeling
.rcvalls. The contest promises to be a long
one.SIULEY , la. , July 10. ( Special Telegram. )
At the Eenatorlal republican convention of
he Lyona-Osccola-O'IJrlen-Sloux district each
county has a candidate. The deadlock was
irokcn this afternoon , Hon. Henry Hospers
> elm ; nominated on the lC35th ballot. The
other candidates were A. II , Davlson of Hull.
' . T. Plp r of Sheldon and George W. Lister
of Slbley. Hospers was born In Holland. In
1830 came to Pella , la. , In 1847 and 1S70
founded the colony of Hollanders at Or.inga
City. Ho 1ms served two terms In the lower
house of the legislature.
limn Mnn Puriloiinl In Honolulu.
WEBSTER CITY , la. , July 10. ( Special
Telegram. ) Friends In this city reIn
In receipt of reliable Information
from Honolulu to the effect that
Charles F. Gullrk had been par
doned by President Dole. Qullck was one ot
the leaders In the late Insurrection lo over
throw the Dole government and was tried and
sentenced to life Imprisonment. Ho Is a
relative of S. A. Havens and Hardy Caldwell
of this city , anil spent some time here a dozen
years ago , making a number of warm friends.
riimrrr Mlltitn I nrlor Dcnd.
CIIESTON , In. , July 19. ( Special Tele
gram. ) Milton Carter , n pioneer of
Afton and a prominent politician , dropped
dead on the streets ot Afton last night. Ho
held a position as police olllccr at Washing
ton , D. C. , for several years , and was well
known to all the prominent politicians of the
I ) . II. Sain , ngcil TS , died hero this morning
after continuous residence of eighteen years.
He was n member of the Methodist church
for halt a century.
round Ocitd on the 1 tuck * .
DES MOINES , July 19. ( Special Tclc-
Joseph Clinton ot Carlisle , la. , was found
dead on a railway bridge a few miles south
east of this city last evening. The body was
brought hero and an Imiticst Is being held.
He leaves a wife and four children. The de
ceased had $2,000 life Insurance In the Odd
Fellows' lodge at Marllnsdale , la. It was
suspected that ho was slugged and laid 'on
the track to obliterate all traces of foul play.
IMur IHIIIII llio Honda.
CHUAR RAPIDS , la. , July 19. ( Special
Telegram. ) Judge Wolf of the district court
today refused to Issue an Injunction restrain
ing the city council of Cedar HanlilR from Is
suing certain refunding bonds to take the
place of $20.000 5-per-ccnts and $ GS,000 of
outstanding warrants. Suit was commenced
last May by 11 , F. Helns when the clly council
passed a resolution to do this. Judge Wolf
finds their action was legal.
I'.iii-iiinnmiMil of MlUlhi Arriinaod.
DES MOINES , July 19. ( Special Tele
gram. ) Adjutant General Prime has Issued
an ofllclal general order relative to the en
campment of the First and Second brigades
of the Iowa National Guards. The First
brigade will assemble at Centurvlllc August 3 ,
returning to company 'stations August 10.
The Second brigade will assemble at Wuverly
August 17 , leturnlng to company stations
August 4. _
Ilnmtmrf ; Clt.v Murnlml Shot.
HAMBURG , la. , July 19. ( Special Tele
gram. ) John Alberson , city marshal , while
endeavoring to arrest Sam Callahan , was
shot and seriously wounded. Callahan ran
and was overtaken by a posse which went In
pursuit. The scene of disturbance was at
the corner of D and Railroad streets. Marshal
Alberson Is at home now In a serious condi
tion and Callahan Is In jail.
Cimc Aciilusl u Dentist Dl
CRESTON , July 19. ( Special Telegram. )
The case against Dr. Rosallea of Fontanelle ,
charged with practicing dentistry without a
state certificate or diploma , as required by
the state laws , has been dismissed.
llarn nnil < uolrnls Destroyed.
CRESTON , la. , July 19. ( Special Tele
gram. ) A large barn belonging to Den Wray
was destroyed by fire this morning during a
heavy electrical storm. One horse was
biscuits and pastry are the result of using
the proper baking powder.
is proper in price , ingredients and strength.
$1,000 to you if you find anything impure
or unwholesome in it.
A. pinch of It lian power cnoitgh to do n pound of leavening.
Are You Car-Sick
When Traveling ?
Car-sickness is as trying teas
many people as sea-sickness. It
comes from a derangement of the
stomach. A Ripans Tabule is an
insurance against it , arid a box of I
them should be in- every traveler's
nipan'B Tabules : Bald by druggliti , or by rrml !
If the price ( SO cents a box ) Ir
sent to The Ill-
Q pan * Chemical Company , No. 10 Spruce Bt. . N. Y.
] annLZHLHDni ] IL
DO If so it Is to your Interest to select that 1'ali
which puts oil this necessity of rcpiilntlnj-
the longest period. The paints inuntifacturoc
YOU by the III-ATJI & MULLIGAN MVG. CO. ( ill this
requirement. They have been sold for the pas
PAINT ? forty years and have won the distinction of bj-
ing the most durable and economical.
Carries the most complete stock of Drugs , Paints and Glass in Couiici
Hinds. Call or write for prices or color cards.
the highest atylo of
the art. Faded ana
ntHltiecI fabrics made
to look us good aa
new. Work promntly
done and delivered
lo all parts of the
country. Send for
price lint.
o. .rt. ji/Ac//a.v.
„ . Worth *
WMttro Dtpot , Council
Iowa. I L 112.
illlcd , twenty tons of Imy , 300 bushels of (
inrnpft , etc. , burnvil , entalllnR n lost nt
2,000 , with JSOO Insurance In tlip Uci
lolncs ot Uea Molncs.
Tninip * AtlnoK n >
CEDAU UAl'IDS , la. , July 19. ( Spoclftt
relogrnm. ) Three tramps tiroko Into the
lomo ot Mrs. Kcnedy , near Linn Junction ,
oday , bound her ami stole a Raid watch , tcv-
ml dollars , and mndo their escape. OlQccra
ro now In pursuit.
Both the method niul rcmiltH when
Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste , and nota
gently yet promptly on the Kidnoyo ,
Liver and Howels , eleanpcs the sys
tem effectually , dispcia colds , head-
tehes and fevers and curcH halSitiial
'jiistipation. Syrup of Figs ib the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced , pleasing to the taste and ac-
ceptnhlo to the stomach , prompt in
\is action and truly hcnelidal in ita
effects , prepared only from the most
heal thy and agreeahlosnhstaiices , ita
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in CO
cent hottlcs by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hamfwill pro-
euro it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
aiiouan r. SANFOHD. A. w. HEIKMAN.
{ 'resident. Cashier *
Canit il , . . $1 00,00
Profits , i . . - 12,0000
One of the olJeet banks In lh > tnte ot Iowa.
We Bollclt your business and collections. Wo
lay 6 per cent on time deposits. Wo will bate
to BOO and &ervo you.
f Scientific Opticians
1 Complete assortment ot K < > 1 < 1 and steel
i spectacles and oyojlassos , KycHOxam-
J Incd frco of clmrsu.
No. i7 Main St. - Council llliifN.
Sealed bids will bo received until 12 o'clock
.11. Friday , July 20th , 1S ! > 5 , ut the ofllco oC
; he commissioner of public kinds nnd build
ings , Lincoln , Neb. , for till labor and ma
terials required In the additions and altera
tions to the Institution for the Deaf nnd
Dumb at Omaha , Nub. , according to the-
ins anil specllleatlons therefor , prepared ,
by Flchor & Lnwrlc , architects , now oil
file In trfu olllee of the commissioner oC
public binds and buildings at Lincoln , Neb. ,
nnd In the ollli'o of the architects , COO I'ux-
ton bids. . Omaha. Neb. Separate bids will
bo received for the work nnd materials In
the general contract and for the plumbing1.
Uiich bid must be accompanied by u certi
fied check for five hundred dollars ( $ JOO.OO ) ,
payable lo the commissioner of public lamia
and buildings of ( he state of Nebraska ,
conditioned for the execution of a contract
In accordance with said bid If the same
bo a' ' et'pted by the Board of Public Lands
and Buildings.
The right is reserved to reject any or all
Dated July 18th , 1893. '
ir c nimm r T
Commissioner Public Lands and Buildings.
Special Holices-Coiiocil Bluffs
lid Uurlto , at W. 8. Homer'i , US llroajway.
tale cheap and on co > y terms. Day & Hesa.
M Pearl street.
lioiibe. with tarn , clutein , city water at housa
and bum , fruit , nice shade trem , gn a nice/ )
grmlcil lot Mx225 feet , for 12.3'XI.OO. two-third *
cash. 943 Perln avenue. Council IllulTa.
L < -u\e l Himi.lNOTO.V & MO. IIIVUU. ( Arrives
onmlm jUnlun Llcpot. lOtli jljiBuii Mia. lUniajii
10l&.im : Uvmer lOxpttit. . . . . ' :40ani :
4:3 : pm.HIk. llllls. Moi.t A ; 1'ugel Hnd , Kx. 4 : Gpia
4U : > i > m Denver UxiurBS. . , , . 4juni ( )
7 : < M > ni..Nc.brusku l val ( excriit HunJay ) . 7:45iim
8Unm..Lincoln : Lorul ( eicriit HunU.iy.llnaiii
2:4iin..J'-ust : Mull ( for Lincoln ) dally. . . _\i-3 | CII1CA(3O , IIVIILINGTON & Q.IATrlvea"
OiniiluiUnlin | depot , & MUMJII _ Bt . | Oinaiiq
4:45iim : CliuuKu "VemitJufu. . . 7vjdom :
SiMjm ChtiuiM Hxpieaj 4:15im :
7SO : | > ia . .CldcuKu & HI. iuuls lixmew. . 8oonm :
lt:3oum : I'nclllc Junctlun l.uca ! Sroum
. . . . . . . . . . . . . .fa t iiull . . . . - . . . 2:4 : ; ! pm
l av fiHfCAiO | : , MlL. & ST. l'ATTrArrTve ; |
UmaliulUnlon " ' Uf | > ol. lutli & Muuon Uts. | Omaha
6GOom".r : . .Clilcaco Limited 9 : 30anT
ll:30am : . . . .Chlcngn _ h | iic _ < ioi.Hun.irtJjim
Leaves ICHIUAOO " & NOlfTHWi:8T'N.AiTlvs |
OniihaUnlon ! | Lriot , lOtli Ac Musun UtB. | Unmha
4:20pin : ' . . . . . ' . . ' . ' .VfitlhuleJ 'l.linlt'cd. . ' . ' . " ! " ' sizuu'm
C'.OJatn Mo. Vnllcy Local IOUpm :
& :4 iJin Oiimhu Chicago [ ivclul. . . . . . ' "
Leavt-sl ClfiCAGO , II. T & PACIFIC. lArrive
OmaliaU'iiloii ' Depot , lOlh & llaton Hln. | Umalia.
_ _ _ _ _ "HAST. _
ll:2' : > .tm . . Atlantic Kxpi-c s ( ex. Sunday ) , . 035pm ;
6.2 pm . NlRht lOxijnsH . & :2Jum :
4:4'Jpm1.x.tiilcagoVestlliuUdLlnilled. : ' . . . l:3pm :
[ J7 _ WEST. *
6 : < ! pm. . Oklahoma & Texan Ex ( ex. Bun.10:3am :
IMOpm. „ , . . " . , . .Colorado Limited . 4Wpm :
Leaved I C. . HT. ! „ M. & "O. 1Arrlve5" |
Onmha ! Depot , Uth and WeUter it , | Omaha
9:23am..Nfl.raskii : I'ansencer ( dally ) . . . , Hl5nm7 :
4:30pm : . .Sioux City E prct ( ex. Sun. ) . . llMum :
6ltpm : . . . . St. 1-aul Llmllid . 10l'6jm :
LfavrVl K7 Er & 'MOrVAUruy ; 'Arrive * '
Omalial Depot , liih und _ \Vebsier ritB.j Omaha
" '
2:10pm : . 1'u it Mail and'Expasa. " . 7Mp : in
2IOpm.ex. Hat.Vyo. ) . l.'i. ( ex. HOT. I. , 4Upm : ,
9C : < fam . . .Norfolk Kxprmx ( ex , L'iinauy.It:3oaiii ) :
C:10'in : | . . .ft. I'aul Kxprtm. . lOiMam
Leavei I K. C. . HT. J. & O. II. lArrlveT *
Omaha ) Union Depot , 10th fe Mdm Bt . | Omaha ,
9Wam : . . . .Kaiuan City Day Kki > , jt . . . , C:30pm7 :
! 4.iiii | .K. C. Night Kx. via U. 1' . Tran. 6 :00a : m
Lenvr * | MIRSOtllll I'ACIl-'IU | Arriv * " . Depot , Kill and \\Yl.sttr Sti. | Omaha
lOMOam , i HI. Ioula Exprc GiOOanT
tllOpm Ht. Loula Exprvmi , , 6:0pnt :
3:3 < M'in Neliratka I .oca I ( rx. Sun. ) :00mn
Ltavei I BIOUX CITY & I'ACIFIC. | Arrlvi-
OmalmItj | _ _ > ot , HM ( and\Velnt _ r titi. I Umalia
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'C.I'ipni ' . . .HI. I'aul LluIUJ , , r..7.TlO:3iam" :
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OnialiaU'nloii jA'i > ut , loth i Manon Kt l Omalia
* iUam : HU.ux'city rar > rnK < > . . . . . . . ; ! ;
: | ) . . . . . . . . . . . . Taut Llinltrd 12SJpin ;
I.oav'eT C'NION'f'Al'IKIC. lAirUu
OniahalL'iilon Drput , loth & Munon 8U. ' umali
9(5nni : , , , , Kurney Kx\irrtt , , , , } l:3t : > i > u\
2:00pm : Overland Klyir & :3 : [ > m
t:00ptn.Ileat'ce : & Htrnm > l > 'K I. * ( x. Bunli'SOpm )
7:00pm. : , 1'aclflo Kpren. 10
_ . . . _ . FaitMaI..jj !
I/eavri I WARAHI ! IIAILWAY7"Arrive [ * *
Omaha'Unlon Depqt , 101 h i Maion Hti. I Omaha
i00pm ; 8U 1/iuU Cunaoa