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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE ; PKflDAY , JULY 10 , 1896. 8
If COUNCIL BLUFFS DEPARTMENT
Mr. C. S. Lcfceits Is In New York.
J. J O'Hern ' has returned fiom R tripe
o Kansas Cl'y '
Judge Chapman of Ne-brnidcix City was In
oiiiull muffs vesterday.
Dr. Jannty ban returned fiom his eastern
rip much Improved In health
'I'rof and Mrs W H. Chambers have
ono to at. Paul for the summer.
G II Jackron and wife left jcsturday for
Templar Park , Spirit Lake , for a two weeks'
IsllMrc II Klcebat and daughters of Sioux
City am guests of Gtorgo Hatiscn on fourth
Miss Maja Allen of New York \lfltlnR
vith the family of Mr. 12. S. Allen on firth
0 Oin < > n of Chicago , brother of tl. Ourcn ,
na undo of Atloiney Harvey Ourcn , is In
The MIsses HarklicsR of Washington ave
nue are cntcttalnlng Miss Hatllo Cochran
Deputy fulled Stales Marshal Wray of
Ottumwavas In the city yesterday on olll-
Ilcrt Taylor , at the W. C. A. hospital , has
rallied from his recent relapse and now
promises to iccovcr.
Tlyo Gondwln , formcily of this city , but
now located at Kansas Cltj , \lsltlng his
relatives and fi lends.
Thp spring v , agon used for exercising
the horses at No I ho'c house has been
stolen. The thieves left no clow.
Theio will be revival KCI vices at the
Fifth Avcnuo Methodist episcopal church
pvciy evening this week and nc\t
Fred Davis has rctuincd from Madison
lake , Wisconsin Mis Davis will spend the
rest of the heated term nt the lake.
The Grand hotel , Council Illuffs. High
In every respect. Hates , $2 fiO per day
nd upward. C. F. Clarke , proptletor.
Prof. Albln lluster has been engaged to
_ ilay In the laigesl orchestra In St Paul
, nml will spend the summer at Lake Mlnne-
] Pi.f. \ \ Zaak of Sarpy county , Nebraska ,
and Miss Augusta Toiink of Douglas umnty ,
Nebraska , were married by Justli-o Cook
( hla afternoon.
ft The stock of M S. IJenncr Iu to bo dls-
V posed of In bulk by Assignee \Vllson. who
"ywlll then devote his time to the $2.WO In
book accounts ot Mr llenncr.
The choir of St Paul's chuich has been
Increased by the addition of Misses Lucllo
" Portcrflcld and Jcnnlu Keating and Messrs.
C. E. Altchlsnn and I. M. Trejnor.
Thcro will probably be a base ball game
at the field Club park Sunday aftcinoon
Negotiations arc pending with several clubs
and a game will probably bo arranged to
Miss Luclle Portci field and Jennie Keat
ing , together with Messrs 1. M. Trcynor ,
Vf. 8. Hlgdon and C. D Altchoson , have
been engaged to sing In St. Paul's church
J. G. Coady and his sl tcr , Miss Anna
Coady , left jestcrday for Mllvaukec They
will bo gonu a month visiting the lakes
of Wisconsin and will stop at Hot Springs ,
S. D. , on their way home.
J. W Squire 1ms returned fiom Chicago ,
whole he went to meet his daughter , Cllza-
beth , who accompanied him to this city.
Miss Klbnbclh was on her way home from
Smith college , Southampton Mass
The business men's ball team , captilned
by Herman Larson , has Just returned from
a tour of Mlndcn , Neola , Underwood and
Avoca , where they have plaved , losing at
Underwood and Mlndcn by a close score.
Sheriff Doncr wired the chlet of police
from Albla yesterday asking him to look
out for tince boys who broke jail there
on the night previous The telegram an
nounces that the boys are aged 1C , 18 and 20.
The city physician's report for Juno shows
that eighteen deaths wore icportcd during
the mouth , agahibt twenty-seven reported
during the same time last 3 ear. Three cases
of contagious dlsascs were reported , against
'eleven last year. '
Almost the entire male population of the
city was out last night watching the bul
letin boards for news from the Chicago
convention. Newspaper ofllces were thronged
until midnight. JIooic & Kills published
bulletins at their cigar store and had a
crowd that filled the store to overflowing
unlit the last bulletin was received.
Deputy Marshal Ward spent half an hour
josteiday morning selling an estray horse
to the highest bidder. The horse had been
taken Into custody by the poundrnaster
and kept tlio required length of time with
out hearing from Its owner. The officer
thought the animal was worth $150. but
"Vompromlsed with the highest bidder for $ S.
The man who turns steam Into the big
whistle at the electric light station docs
BO with the greatest ot satisfaction. Until
the chief of police ordered It to bo used In
Hen of the sonorous cm few boll It has
been maintaining an enforced silence. Sev
eral years ago It was enjoined by Its
neighbors as a nuisance. Its clarion tones
at 7 o'clock each morning made sleep Im
possible for the late risers.
Colonel John D. Dopf of Rockport , Mo ,
was In the city last night. Colonel Dopf
is a Missouri republican and the editor
of ono of the oldest republican papers In
the not them part of the state Ho was
deeply Interested In the Chicago convention ,
but had no great state pride to expiess
for Bland who , ho says , while ho has been
a consistent silver advocate , has never dis
tinguished himself for ability In any other
Tlio first meeting of singers who will
take part In the chorus for the state Chris
tian nndeavor convention Is called for this
evening at the chapel of the First Presby
terian church. Hcv. G. W. Sn > der will
i Imvo charge of organizing the chorus and
conducting the rehearsals. Members of all
the churches In the city have consented
to join and all others who can assist in
gospel singing are cordially Invited to at
tend the rehearsals and join tlio chorus.
Mrs. R , Wesley of 2715 Third avenue has
asked the assistance of the police In as
sisting her daughter to return from Chi
cago. The young woman married a man
named Freeman sniuo time ago and was
deserted by him. She reported to the Chicago
cage police that she was in destltuto clr-
cunibtanccs and asked to bo sent to her
homo In Council Bluffs. She was advised
to communicate with the Council IllulTs
police and her visits to the station was
In accordance with this suggestion ,
O H. Vlavl Co. , female remedy. Medical
consultation frco Wednesdays. Health book
furnished , Annex Grand hotel.
Davis , drugs , paints and glass. Tel , 2S9 ,
IlcciiNril | iVil ,
Unrrlago licenses were Issued yesterday
n * follows :
Nnino and llcsldence. Age.
i'llts XanU. Onmtm , . , , , . , , 30
, AiiguHtii Tonnlc , Onmhti . so
Grant Klser. Omnhii 27
Mary Khoudcs , Oinaliu a )
Eczema undo Its appearance on mi heail lrt
fta wont form , and it continued Bprtadmi :
until inv- fate w as co \ ercil with scales ami l
cameafiarrldslglit. llnclalluoluMdof hatr ,
let en jcanT growth , and had toearritlco It. 1
wa In iliunalr. Tlio plijjiclaiis had failed
even to relict o me. when ono recommended
CUTICUUA Bon * . M ) fattier prin tired n ct of
CUTICUKX IlKMKmni , and In three weeks Ilia
. icale * left my face am ) tlio skin lost Ita llorid
| Uuo. / ; lit Klttt I ITUI tHthrly curttl. My
I facp was smooth nnd my complexion clearer
t , aud finer than It had ever litt'n befoio.
J Jlles MA1UON A.SMirHBunlmr > , ra.
t--j P E5.DT Cmf TUBITUBNT. Warm t th §
r * with CUTICUIU Sotr , Ki'no urpllciilom of
CUTtcinA ( ointment ) , unit mild tlotn of CUTI.
cu A UiBOLTENr , ercMcit of humor cure .
ut Iht I4. IVlM. Cl'TK VI j , |
| IIHIHYI'T - .te. IDj | l. I'onit b lO
L-ir.Kol t > r .H"4i
unl tcitrn4."tmH < lfc .
LABOR CLAIMS TO BE PAID
Receiver Will Nako a Loan on the Manawa
S TO BE A FIRST LIEN ON THE ROAD
) rcrr < Kntcrrit In tlio t'n o of lite
Oiunlm mill ( itntit MnrliliiH
A\I > I ! < \KlllllMl John AV , I'liul
Oilier CiiNCN In Could
In the district court jcsterday afternoon
Judge Smith made an order gtanting tlio
application of the receiver of the Lake
Manavva Hallway company for authorlly to
Ijonow fijOO to pay labor claims and pro-
ftmd debts. The older provides that the
loan shall be a Hen on tlio propel ty and
take precedence over existing mortgages.
Decrees were entered In the < ases of the
Omahn & Grant Smelting works against
John W Paul and the Union Land and Im
In tlio case of Alice Hancock and others
against John Ilutlerlleld Iho referee j ester-
day made a report of the f-nlc ot two and
one-third aircs hi the tenter of section
18 , township 75 , for " 00 rash The report
was approved by the couit.
The llnnl report of the administratrix of
the estate of 1'rcd Oioat , deceased , was re
ceived and approved by the court and the
odmlnlsttatrK discharged and her bondsmen
A dccreo WOK entered In foreclosure In
the tabe of the lovso .Mortgage and Tiust
company against C' . Piter en and others on
n note and mortgage for $300 given In Jan-
uarv , 1S9S
Judge Smith will today hear a case from
Hairlsou county entitled Conner against Alex
Harden and otheis Conner claims a lol
of land by accretion and recently secured
an Injunction restraining Harden and other
occupints of the land from laying any claim
to It The case conies up on a motion to
dissolve tlie Injunction.
Hlchard Horsely has commenced foreclos
ure proceedings against the estate of Mar }
Sledcntopf on a uoto and mortgage for
I.ako Manavvn attiacllons until July 20.
Piof Mcnlcr , the champion parachute
jumper , will give one of his marvelous ex
hibitions every afternoon at 5 o'clock. In
the evening at 8 o'clock Pi of. Charles Gordon
will mal.o his thrilling leap from a ninety
fool lower Inlo n tank containing only five
feel of water The famous Chicago ladles
orchestia give a concert aftciuoon and even
Your water bill before July 10 , and save
5 per cent. OHlce open Friday evening.
The patrons of Grand PIa/a ; , LaKe Man-
awa , are pleased to note tint no Intoxicating
liquors arc sold In the grounds.
TO nu'iioTn LAKU M.VSAWA.
hnmctliliiK ; CoiiccrnliiK Hie IlciielllN
to IIIClMli Next \Vvelc.
Plans of the Council Bluffs How lug as
sociation for the maintenance and improve
ment of Lake Manavva have already begun
to assume tangible foim. The lake is In
excellent condition this year and the as
sociation pioposcs to keep the water mark
high and to , as lapldl } as possible , improve
the lake In every respect. To accomplish
this purpose , to stall a fund for II , a
benedl program extending over Iwo da > s has
been piepared and will bo given Monday
and Tuefaday aflcinoons and evenings of
next week. The proceeds from the Lake
Manavva Hallway company and the Man
hattan Beach company's receipts for the
two dajs will bo turned over to the Rowing
association , to be expended for the purpose
named. The program for the Ivvo evenings
Is as follows :
Monday's proginm : At Ihe Grand Plaza
rinlloou ascension at 5 p m , concert til from
C to 7 p. m , high illvo nt 7.15
At Manhattan Ueach Sailing rnco nt 7.0
p in , swimming rnco nt 7:45 : , tub race at S
p in , shell race at S.13.
The Mond.iy evening concert will be fur
nished by the following organizations :
Wtber quartet , Mandolin club. Instrumental
quartet , Ladles' orchestra.
There will bo an exhibition of fireworks
nt Manhattan beach at 10 o'clock nnd danc
ing al the bo.il house from 3 lo li
Tuesday's program : At the Grand Plaza
R.illoon ascension at G o'eloclc. concert by
the Ladles' band 5 to 7 o'clock , high dive
at 7:13 :
At Manhattan Reach Salting race at 7.M ,
swimming rac-c at 7:45 : , tub race nt 8 o'clock ,
shell rare al S 13
The High School cadels will give an ex-
hlblllon drill al Iho Grand I'la .v from S 3C
to 'J o'clock. There will bo dancing at the
Grand Plaza fiom 9 o'clock to midnight
and a reception al Ihe boat house fiom 1
For sale , a splendid farm of ISO acres
3 miles north of Mondamln , Harrison counly ,
low a. Fair Improvements , splendid land
Will take one-lhlrd of Iho price hi Omaha
or Council IJIutTs city property , balance on
lime. Apply to Leonard Everctl. Council
muffs , la.
Lake Miiiinvrii Train *
Leave Council Bluffs at 8 nnd 10 a. m , 2 ,
3 , 4 , G p. m. , and every half hour there ,
after. Last train at 11 p. m. Sundays and
special occasions every thirty minutes.
Wo are turning out the whitest , cleanest ,
besl laundry In the slale Iho only Kind
good enough for you. Postal or telephone
IG7. Raglo Laundry. 721 Broadway ,
Special picnic grounds at Grand Plaza for
ItonilKter Cluli Milliner.
The meet of Ihe Council Hlufls Gentlemen's
Hoideter club , postponed from last week on
account of the rain , will bo held al Ihe
Union Driving park this afternoon. The
following entries have been made :
Trotting George Ouderklrk J. J Crow ,
Clmiles U JcfferlH , J. M. 1'usey , Bert Leon
ard Pacing Oscar Vounkcrman , Dr. J. C
Hoberlson , 1'uul Sc-hnlder , A. J. Kane , I. S
An efforl la being made to arrange a spo-
rliil rac-o belwceu Crovv'o horco and H A
Me'ssmoro'H mare1 , driven by permission bi1
A A. Stniuy.
Uettlu King" , a trotting- mare with n low
re'cord and owned by J. W. Griffs , a well
known horse breeder of Carton , will KO tin
All Invitations Issued to Omaha people for
the mallneo last week will bo honored on this
occasion , and It Is expected that the grand
stand will bo filled with representatives of
the fair sex.
AniliTNou Dcclurril Iiixniic.
John J. Anderson , who has been cleik-
Ing In a drug store at Strcetsvllle , was
taken to the Insane asylum at Clarlnda
yesterday hy Sheriff Morgan , the Insanity
commission having passed upon his case in
Iho light of evlJe'i co presented by friends
of the patient
Anderson Is a single man , 30 years of
age Three or four years ago ho took the
Kcoloy euro , but has since fallen from
grace and has been going against tlio flowIng -
Ing bowl pretty hard of late. He has a
dcltiblon that his yard Is filled with pcu-
plo who mo stealing the cherry crop He
has also been very careless In the handling
ot fire and refuses to take any kind uf
nourishment except alcohol Ho talked
very lallotially to tbo board of examiners ,
but a medical examination made by Ir
Thomas resulted In an order for his In
carceration al the Clurlmla asylum ,
nirlxlliiii IliumItcciinl ,
The report of J. G. Lemen , manager of
the Christian home , for the six months
ending July 1 , shows that durlug lhal pe-
llod there were received hi all depart
ments , 70 ; homes found for 20. died , from
cottages for Infants and the mulcted , 7
Total increase ! during the six mouths , 37
The lutt Hi'inl-anmial report brought the
aieount up to January 1 , 1890 The ac
count to that date , January 1 , 1S98 , stood
Children In the home , 154 ; workers , clerks ,
eooks , nurses and the aged , 31 , making a
grand total of US In the home. And now
by this uport Ihe grand total is increased
by 37 , Increasing the total to children , 191 ,
helpers and aged , 31 , making a grand total
this July 1 , 1S < IO of 22J persons In the
Mirritoiiisr IIISTHICT co.M'nuu > cn.
SK YOUI-M' Work H < MlcM nl Slion * n
Siitlnfnctitr } Condition.
The closing session of the Methodist con-
'erence of the Council Illuffs district was
held at the fifth A\cnue Methodist Episco
pal churoli on Wednesday evening.
At the bu&lnces hour ot the afternoon
J-essIon Hev W S Hooker gave a review
of Ihe work of Iho dlslrlot during the six
years that he has been presiding elder The
amount of money raised by the churches of
the district during thai llmo for church
buildings and parsonages , salaries and be
nevolent offerings , he said , was over $300-
UflO. During that llmo nineteen new
chuichcs and six parsonages had been built
There had been 6,000 additions to Iho tncm-
bcrfhlp of which Ihcro was a ncl Increase
of 2 000 , many being lost by removal and
other causes. The present strcnglh In
members , he said , was between 7,000 and
8,000. There were In all sixty -five churches
and thltly-thiec pastors In the district.
During the sl\ years $30,000 had been raised
for missionary work.
The pastors who attended the conference
weie W S. Hooker , Council Illuffs , pre
siding elder of Iho district ; Fletcher Blown ,
president of Simpson college , Indlanola , J
S Wright , Denlsan ; O L. Goodcll , Dow-
City , Joseph Stephen , Dunlap ; C. M. Ward ,
Woodbine , M It. Harncrd , Logan , H. II.
Barton , Missouri Valley , A. II. Adams , Mag
nolia , C B Favvoetl. Lltllo Sioux , M M.
Cable , Wcston , J. II. Renseney , Broadway
Methodist. Conrad Hooker , Trinity ; W H.
Cable , Fifth Avenue ; James Sims. Epvvorlh ,
Council Bluffs. A F. Conrey , Manilla ; D.
Prultl , Defiance ; M F Tweedy , Panama ;
W F Luring Pacific Junction , Call Brown.
Silver Clly. T G. Atcn , Hlllsdale ; C. W
Hrevvcr , Mnlvern ; A. L Kiiepper , Hastings ;
A. O. Walburn , Essex ; E E. Goodrich , Hnn-
dolph ; G. W Hodeilck , Shenamlonh , W. H.
Shlpman , Coin ; E M llolf Norlhborough ;
Jaion Gallup , Farragut ; II. C Pieston , Hlv-
crton ; D. O Allen , Hamburg ; J. L. Boyd ,
Thurman ; J. F. SI Clalr , Clarlnda.
$100 000 lo loan In large amounts on do-
slrablo farm or clly sccurlly. L. W. Tullojs ,
102 Main street. Council Blurts , la.
Trains leave Manavva In ample lime for
campers to gel lo Ihelr business on lime In
Ihe morning. _
Wall paper cleaned , new process , with
patent right at Miller's. 108 Main street.
Tunic Hooilor'M llofNC.
S. Hecdcr , a blacksmith who lives at 1430
Seventh avenue , has filed Informations
against several gentlemen named John Doc ,
charging Ihciu In a playful manner with
horse bteallng. He alleges that the crime
was committed some time Wednesday night.
On Wednesday afternoon Ihreo outfits of
campers took up their abode near his place.
They were movers returning to Missouri.
Hccder owned three head of horses ho was
willing to sell , and during the evening
struck up a bargain with the slrangers by
which Ihcy v.ero lo come Inlo possession
of Ihe horses yeslcrday moinlng afler Ihey
had paid the purchase price agreed upon
When Rccder went out early In the mornIng -
Ing the movers were gone , nnd so were his
three horses The great anxiety of the men
to become owners of the horses and their
sudden departure dm Ing the ulghl were
coincidences that seemed to connect them
w Ith the disappearance of the Hecder stock
The telegraph was brought Into requlsitloi
and It was found that tlui outfll had passed
llirough Pacific Juncllon , nineteen miles
south , at 11 o'clock yesterday morning
Infoi matlons charging them with horse
stealing were promptly filed in Jusllce
Cook's court and nn officer was senl aflcr
Go to Lake Matiavva and see Prof. Menler
make his thrilling leaps. The Ladles' or
chcstra give concerts afternoon and night
Your water bill before July 10 , and save
5 per cent. Office open Friday evening.
The Durfco Furniture company sells goods
on easy payments ,
Siniiliiy Coiioortx nt Fnlriuoaiit.
Arrangements have been made for two
concerts , an afternoon and an evening cn-
leitaimacul at Fairmount park doting the
sumn cr each Sunday , or for such time as
they prove popular enough lo warraul their
The motor company has arranged to pay
the expenses of these concerts and the
mcnoy for the payment must come out o
the fares received. It the people of this
city who appreciate Ihe concerts will pa
tronlzo Ihe motor In reaching Ihe parl
Ihero will be no danger of the concerts
being slopped as long as Ihe vvcalher Is
fine. Omaha furnishes a good attendance
at every concert at the park and the loca
people should do their share In assisting
a worthy cause. The program for Ihe Sun
day concert will be announced lomorrovv
Go lo Manawa and camp during Ihe
healed term and keep cool.
floating and bathing at Grand Plaza. Prl
vale grounds for picnic and camping parties
Perfect filler. $3. Stcphan Bros.
Plot Charles Gordon made his first leap
last evening at Lake Manawa. This Is a
sight never to be forgotten If ever seen
The tower , bulll especially for Ihls leap , Is
ninety feet high and has a ladder running
out at right angles so Ihat the last roum
Is on a plumb line with the center of Iho
tank ho leaps Into. The tank Is seven am
one-halt feet square and five feet deep fllle (
with water. The professor walks out on
the ladder , swings down on the round will
his hands and quicker lhan you can tel
It Is In Iho lank and oul again on Ihe
ground. Every one of the hundreds of spec
talors who wllnessed Ihls dangerous fca
lasl evening was fasclnalcd with the sight
Prof. Gordon did not seem any the worse
for his dive and said he rather enjoyed It
A splendid hay meadow of ICO acres for
rent. Four miles of post olllco In Councl
Bluffs. Will cut two tons to the acre. Only
$2,60 per acre. Apply to Leonard Eveictl
Council Bluffs la. ,
Gas ranges and service connections at hal
price for fifteen days. Call at company's
clflco for full particulars. 210 Main and 21'
Pearl streets ,
Hoffmayr'a Fancy Patent flour makes the
best and most bread. Ask your grocer for it
Be sure and see Prof Menler do his won
derful leaps at Grand Plaza this week.
No Cliniifi- for n Dud.
HAVANA , July 9. An account of the
settlement of the affair between Genera
Bradley T. Johnson and Senor Manuel Am
pudla Is given out. General Johnson de
nled thai he had defamed the Spanish army
and criticised Senor Ampudla for Ignorance
and haste and his Irregular manner of
challenging him , saying ho had at flrsi
supposed the letlcr was ono of many scur
rilous productions ho had received. He
waived all formalities and signified his
leadlness to flght Senor Ampudia's seconds
ends bald that iu view of the denial they
withdraw all opinions expressed In the
letter. All the seconds then agreed thai
the Incident was ended absolutely.
General Linares , after an Investigation
confirms the report of the death of Jose
Knrt > Killed In 11 Art > ! . - .
BEHLIN , July 9. A St. Petersburg dis
patch to Ihe Frankfurter Zcltung reports
tjmt a passenger train has been detailed
near Hatiackl on the Samara railway In
southern Kiibsla. Forty persons were killed
and Injured. The accident was caused by
obttructlons placed on the rails. The au-
thorb of the act have not been traced ,
LONDON , July 9. The Dally News de
scription of thu banquet of the Boston An
cients trnys that Mr. Bayard elicited loud
and prolonged cheers by declaring thai
American debt would be fully and honor
ably discharged with no diminution and no
debasement of the coin ,
Tor Ili-uln Stimulant
Vxv Ilomforil'h Aclil I'liimiiliiite.
Dr. W , F , Toombs , Morrlllton , . Ark. , says :
"It Is certainly the fluest brain sllmulaiit I
have fouud. "
n.VTUXSIVIJ I.AXI1 MTI ATIOX.
rntiKMiK Irnlti CIINP of lorin Coinlnw
to Trlul Soon. >
DES MOINES , July 9. ( SUealM Tele
gram. ) Over forty years ago .JpWlrwIn cf
) hlo bought a largo amount of government
and warrants , and In ISM ciuup to Iowa
and Nebraska and located the. lands. He
selected large tracts In O'Brien , Clay , Palo
Alto and Harrison counties , In Iowa , and
mother largo amount In southeastern No-
iraska As soon as they were located they
ifcamo laxable , and after a nuuibor of years
rwln failed to pay the t.ivts and they
were sold nt tax sale In 1S9.1 Irwln died
and his heirs brought suit for tin ! rlghl to
redeem the lands , on the ground that he
was Insane. If his Insanity can be proved
under the Iowa law the right to redeem
will be established An Immense quantity
of testimony has been taken as to his ean-
, ly In Iho Iowa cases , and It Is uow an
nounced thai they will come to tilalory
soon A sperlal session of the Clay county
llstrlct court will he held In this city July
21 to hear tout test rases Judge Lot
Thomas will preside , the session having
been brought here for convenience. The
Iowa lands arc valued at $2. > 0UOO. All ot
them ore seltlcd The Nebraska lands nre
worth halt as much more A strong In
sanity case has been made for Irwln , atU
the contest will be a bitter one
MVIJI , S'PA'lTj KAlll ATTIt U'TIOV.
Will HIM < n ( ( inline llnllronit VVr.-oU
lit 1H-H Mllllll'N.
DES MOINES , July 0 ( Special Telegram )
The state fair executive commtttco at a
mooting today received propositions lookIng -
Ing to putting on a novel attraction at
Ihe fair in September. It Is a genuine
train wreck. The scheme Is to build two
miles of railroad track through the grounds
and start a locomotive and several cars
al each end to run together In the middle
ot the strelch. As soon as Iho locomotives
arc well started the engineers will fasten
the throUles open and Jump. II Is piom-
Iscd Ihat a speed of forty miles an hour
will he attained by each train by the time
they come together , and that the wreck
will bo In cvciy way equal lo the best pro
Flguie's have been received on the en
tire attraction , including cost of the Irack
and Ihe locomotives and cars which will
be wicckcd , and Ihe management Is sat
isfied II would bo a paying fcalute The
conlracl will be closed lomonow , and It Is
understood the price will be about $15,000.
IIOI ! ICMHHIS' CAhli
Ills PrliMiils Vrt * Miic-li Alai-iiicil Oirr
IllH ( ' ( in.lltlon.
SIOUX CITY , July 0. ( Special Telegram. )
Jonas Clcllaud , American altorney for
"Bob" Kncebs , the Sioux ; City man now-
doing time In Berlin for alleged horse "ring
ing" Ihcre , Is In rccelpl of a cablegram
from Dr. Schneider , the horseman's Ger
man counsel , baying the reheating of his
client's case has been continued ; that
Knecbs must remain In jail for the pres
ent and that a letter containing fuller par-
llculars Is on Its way to America. On
Kncebs' conviction several months ago he
appealed and was granted a new trial.
The date was set for July 4 , and as he
was fully prepared , his friends are at n
loss lo account for the postponement.
Kncebs has been In jail so long that his
health Is falling and fears are ontei tallied
that his Illness may result fatally unless
he Is bpcedlly released.
AlloKftl iriirdiTi-r llelil.
DUBUQUE , July 0. ( Special Telegram. )
Chi 1st Ian Eckeilebe , the rejected lover ac
cused of murdering Minnie Kiel , near Hcllc-
vue , July 4 , was jailed today pending
examination July 1C. The , blood-btalned
coat and shlrl he were on appearing In
Bcllcvuc Ihreo hours after the murder were
sent to Dubuque for chemical analysis. Kll-
burg was discharged.
CiiiiKlit 1'oNlliiET Iiu'c-mlliirj1 Anllci'M.
DUBUQUE , July 9. ( Special Telegram. )
Ida Footo and her brolher , Henry , were
arrcsled al Dycrsvillc while posting notices
threatening to burn the town.'They are
slmplc-minilcd , nml wanted revepgc on the
people , whom they helloed In sympathy
with their enemy. Chcmmel'a flouring mill
there burned last Sunday.
Oiliir County Couple AVeilH.
CEDAR HAPIDS , la. , July 9 ( Special Tel
egram. ) At Mechanlcsvllle this morning oc
curred Iho marriage of W. H. Doyd of Ihls
clly and Miss Haltle James of Cedar counly.
Boyd is cdllor of the Dally Republican of
this city , and Miss James Is one of Ihe
brlghlcsl young women of Cedar counly.
FOUUCAbT OK TODAY'S WKATHKH.
Geiioriill > - Fair uiul AViirmcr In Xe-
ItrniKa tilth hoiitln-HHt Wliuln.
WASHINGTON. July 9. The forecasl for
Friday Is , :
For Nebraska and Kansas Generally fair ;
warmer ; boulhcnsl winds
For Iowa Fair ; Bllghlly warmer ; winds
For Soulh Dakota Fair ; variable winds.
For Missouri Fair ; warmer in southern
portion ; east to bOiithc.iHt winds.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU ,
OMAHA , July ! ) . Omaha rfconl of tem-
pc'raluro and rainfall , compared with the
corresponding day of the past four years :
1S96 IbSI. ISfll. 1S93.
Maximum lemperalure. . . . SO 72 87 S4
Minimum temperature. . . . fi. ! GO GJ U
Average tempcl.iture 71 Cl 71 ! 74
Piecipltallon 00 .00 .00 .00
Condition of temperature and precipita
tion at Omaha for the day and since March
1 , 1V < 0.
Normal temperature 77
Deficiency for the day n
Accumulated excess slnco March 1 141
Normal precipitation 1R Inch
Deficiency for the day 10 Inch
Total precipitation since Men 1.17..ri2 Ine-luH
Excess since March 1 1.20 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period , 1S13 . . .0.19 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period , 1SU4 , . . . C Ui Inches
IlujiortN from btiitloiiN at K 1 * . II.
STATION'S AND STATH
Omnlm clear . CO
North Plattc- , part cloudy . . . 00
Salt Lake Clt > . imrt cloudy ( "J
Chojpnne , | urt cloudy . . "J.M
Glty , cUur It )
Huron , cloudy OJ
' clouily IMJ
tit. I/mlB , cltur , IMJW
St. I'aul. clear . ( 0
Davenport , cloudy 00
KUIIHHB City , clfur
Helinu , i.-irt cloudy
Havre , tluar 00
HUirmrck , clear , . , , M to
Wllllston , clear 00
Oahimon clouily .
Indicates trace of precipitation.
r. A.ViU II.i Observer.
South Omnlm News.
Mayor Ensor , us president of the South
Omaha Hoard of Tiadc , ban called a meeting
of citizens for Tuesday evening at the coun
cil chamber , The meeting la called for the
purpose of getting the committees appointed
at a former meeting Interested In the Trans-
Mississippi Exposition At a joint meeting
of the Board of Trade and Iho Municipal
league , held some time ago , a committee of
twenty-five was appointed to take steps to
have the etposllton located advantageously
to this city. No meeting ot the committee
has over been hold
Another Important question will ho pre
sented to the meeting , and that Is to take
steps to Induce the sircct railway company
to extend Its lines from Albright lo Fort
Crook. A number ot the most Influential
business men are In favor of offering a
bonus lo the company It It will extend the
line. Two citizens have also been found
who are willing to donate the necessary land
for a power house In Albright. It Is thought
thai should the line bo extended a power
house south of this city would bo a necessity
Such a line would bring hundreds of dollars
Into the pockets of South Omaha merchants
Even now , with no transportation facilities ,
Iho streets are filled with soldiers every
afternoon and evening , and they all spend
money. John Fly tin Is enthusiastic over the
plan , and will do all he can to help the
project along He said yesterday thai ho
thought the counties of Douglas and Sarpy
ought to provide the necessary fumU to civ or
Mud creek from the packing houses to the
river. The expense would not bo meat , and
then the objection to the road through the
bottoms would bo removed , and with a lltllo
work , a line drive could bo made When
the Thirteenth strcel boulevard Is completed
It Is feared that all of the trade will go
straight to Omahn , whereas , If the car line
can bo extended now , while the weather Is
good. Fort Crook will gel Into the habit ot
trading here and would not be so liable to
change when thai road Is opened ,
MOMM : roil A Tiuur.-civr rvun.
South Oiiiiilin of the * Opinion Hint IN
KiioiiKh to I'ny.
Councilman Mull.ily staled yestcidny
that at the next meeting ot the city council
he would Introduce a resolution i educing
the streel car faro inside Iho clly llmlls lo
3 cents. Ho Is of the opinion that 3 cents
Is enough to charge for a ride ot ono mile
and thai Is the length of the line within
the limits of the city , exclusive of the Al
bright stub. He said thai In Delroll the
fare had been reduced to 3 cents and ho
did not see why people who lived along
Twenty-fourth stiect should be compelled
to pay fi cents to get to their places ot busi
ness. The ordinance compelling the com
pany to replace the present wooden poles
with Iron ones will come up for final readIng -
Ing and passage next Monday night , as
will also the ordinance levying a tax on all
Councllmcn Hyland , who represents the
Third ward and Mullaft of the Fourth are
working hard to secure the promised ex
tension of Ihe line oul Q streel and north
on Thirty-third to L , streel and east to
Youthful ( limrirt Itulli Anny.
Chief of Police Brcnnan was notified jcs-
lerday afternoon that L. Dalr , Hey Horn
nnd two girls , named Depcvv nnd May , had
run away from home. The youngsters arc
all about 17 years ot age and live In differ-
on ! parts of the city. They disappeared
Wednesday night , The parents hunted foi
them all day yeslcrday , but could nol dud
any Irace of them , so Ihe police were called
upon. The Dair boy was arrested some time
ago on suspicion of breaking Inlo a box car
and stealing some shoes
Last evening a constable at Platlsmouth
captured the quartet and brought them lo
Ihls city , where Ihey were locked up.
Mnprlc City OiiHMlp.
R. Prcslon ot Norlh Lotip Is In Iho clly
Miss Anna Saylcs of Way no Is hero visit-
Charles Morton has about recovered from
his recent Illness.
F. G. Wallwebcr and family returned from
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. James
Roach Is very sick.
Charles Messlngcr of Glcnvvood , la. , Is In
the city with friends.
A. Englcrt came down from Lodge Pole
yesterday with a car ot catlle.
Meetings continue at the First Methodist
Eplbcopal church , with good attendance.
Deputy Treasurer J. J. WIckes of O'Neill
Is In the city attending to some business
Sam B. Christie wcnl lo Dexter , la , last
night lo visit hit , parents for a week or so.
G. E. Lov eland , a North I'latto callleman
Is In the city looking over Ihe stock market
James Jardlne of Ashland Is In the city
for the purpose of buying several cars of
"Some Qualifications of Christ" will be
the topic of Dr. Wheeler's Sunday morning
Mrs M. Hughes of Waverly has returned
to hci home after spending a few days herewith
Dr. L E. George ot Yuma , Cole , and Ed
Carson ot Denver were visitors at the stoc
Mrs. C. Keating of Grand Island has gen
back homo after a pleasant -visit with rela
lives In Ihts city.
Mrs. Wlllard Carpenler of Fen du Lac
Wls , Is Ihe guest ot Mrs. P. McAndrews
Twenly-slxth and N streets.
The porches from five vacanl collages n
Thirtieth and Y streets have been torn eland
and carried away within the last fev
Mrs. J. T. Lnckcr nnd daughter , Edna , am
Miss Annie Burghart of Buffalo , N , Y. , or
visiting at the home of W. H. Stcnsloff , 17
South Twenty-first street
Yeslerday was pay day at Fort Crook. ,
canteen has been opened In a lent al th
fort , and the toldlcrs will not be compcllei
to walk clear to South Omaha now to gc
a glass ot beer.
Last evening the women of St. Martin'
Episcopal church gave a lawn social at th
rectory. Tlie grounds were beautifully
lighted and decorated , and many of the
friends of Ihe church ollcndcd.
"The Value of the Brotherhood" Is th
tltlo of the addrebs to be given by Dr
Wlucler to the Modern Woodmen and Hey a
Neighbors at Iho Twenty-fifth Street Pres
byte-Han church next Sunday evening.
Low Zimmerman of Agnew was at th
jarda jcsterday with a load of catllo of hi
own feeding that averaged 1,203 pounds am
sold for H'lfi , the top price of the day. Ho
THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT WATER ,
Bottled nt t'ho'UJ ' HUNYADI Springs , Buda Pest , Hungary ,
"Gentle , but satisfactory in its action. Kemaikahle for its richness in magnesium
sulphate , exceeding ( hat qf illejtlier bitter waters al\\p > s of ( he same ktiength , which is ,
of course , a matter of great importance , " A'fw Ytrk MeJicalJaunial
"A mucli-cstcemcri purgalirewatrr. " "Its composition is constant. The jiraclitii oner
Is thus enabled to piescuke definite quantities fur definite results. " "A Natural
Tatwr . " 7'J.t Lancet.
" Affords those puarantccs of uniform strength nml composition vhlch ha\e IOPJ ; been
in the bcst-known . " " ihe - , " " .
traming - Jiunjtdi vateis. "Agiual'Je ' to j-alate "l xccp.
lionally efficacious , ' Hntilh JJtdicalJouinal.
" llc'ongs to that large class of aperient waters which comt from the neighbourhood of
Jluda 1'cEl , commonly known under ihe generic name of Hunjaili. " "Contiinfc a large
amount of hlhia. Specially niaiked out for tlie treatment of gouty patient , " Mtdital
frets and Citt.fjr.
Prices ; 15 cents and 25 cents per bottlo.
OP ALL DRVGGlS-fS AND MINERAL WATER DEALERS.
See Exforteri ;
THE APOLLINARIS COMPANY , LIMITED.t
SEE that the Label bears the well-known RED DIAMOND Mark of
THE Ai-OLLiNARis COMPANY , LIMITED.
purchased a lot of feeders to take out to his
farm , and cat up gome of his Immense corn
Tat Condonas arrested jcstorday by
Special Officer Henderson for stealing a
[ > l nk worth 25 cents from the Stock Yards
: ompany. Judge Chrlstmann fined Condon
50 cents and the costs , \\hlch amounted to
Frank Vomaeka was held to the district
court In $500 bonds > cstrrday hy JudRO
L'hrtstmnnn tor assiultlnR Trank I'atac The
men had n fight and Patac'a nose was
broken , besides rocehlng n bad cut on the
sldo of his head.
ro A\smiu roil UIMIVMM ; .
WoMorii HiinilH Suimitom'il lloforc In-
trrttntr C < itiini ( < ri < < < CoiiiiiiN | on ,
CHICAGO. July 9 Great consternation
vas caused today among HIP traffic ofllelals
of the principal \\estern roads by iccelUiiR
a summons to appear before the Interstate
Commerce- commission In the United States
circuit court room at Chicago on August
4 and make answer under oath v bother
they ha\e directly or Indirectly given undue
references or ad\antngcs by pa > lng ie-
Imtcs or making other unlawful concessions
to shippers on builtuss from Kansas City ,
Leavcnworth , Atchlson. St Joseph , Omaha.
! ? t 1'anl or Minneapolis , and all points
Thp roads to bo Investigated au > the Atrh-
Ison Topcka & Santa IV. Chicago fc North-
wcbU-rn , Chicago , Burlington & ( Julncy , llur-
Ilngton & Northern , Oroat Northern , Chi
cago. Milwaukee < ft St Taut. Chicago. Hock
Island & Pacific , Chicago. St I'aul , Minne
apolis & Omaha , Hannibal K. St Joseph ,
Missouri Kansas & Texas , Missouri I'ai'lfic ,
Illinois Central , Wabash and Wisconsin Cen.
tral lines ,
As no complaint Is named It la certain
Iho Interstate Commeico commission has
decided to Institute these pioceedlngs for
the purpose of finding out whether the
lines ha\o been iw Ing rebates and manipu
lating rates on grain , etc , from points In
the west This will be the first ln\cstlga-
tlon of this nature since the supreme lourt
declared the law constitutional The rail
roads named nl > o\e are ordered to fllo an
swer with the commission by Julj 23.
The pleasant ll.ivor , gentle action , and soothIng -
Ing effect of Syrup of rigs , when In need of
n la\atl\e , and If the father or mother bo
rosthe or billons , the most grat'fylng ' icisultB
follow Its use ; so that It Is the best .famll >
remedy known anJ every family should lu\o
CiiliaiiN ( ifiMvliiK Mure
MA1MUD , July 0. It Is stated that the
government has been Informed that the
Cuban Insurgents are Increasing their actlv
Ity In accordance with the Instructions
rccelxcd from their agents at Paris ami
Moxctiictit of Occnii VI-NM-IM , .Inly 1) .
At Now Yolk Airlved llalle , fiom
\Yo arc anxious to do a little good In this
world and can think of no picas-inter or
better way to do It than by iccommendlng
Ono Mlnuto Cough Cure as a preventive of
pneumonia , consumption and other serious
lung troubles that follow neglected cold * .
Drj CiioilN MnrUct.
NI2W YORK. Jul > 1. There wire quidn
Kooil number of bu > em In tlie market nn < l tn
a nnHlernto wnj constilernMo lUhtnoBs ) was done
In liliich l cottons unil n Mirkt > uf uiuumn
fpecUiHIes ofvlilch moilerite qiwntttlcM took
a hood aggregate AH aliote lumeM1 ! , tluie
la nliout as nimh liu.slm MS ilolnj us nt tin
pame time In past } c.irs Printing cloths qulU
15 SET OF TEETI
DR. MUDGE ,
319 BROMU _ - - COUN3IL BUJFFJ
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GALL AND 81CIC US OH WIIITJC ,
of a man. worth a
million dollars is a
good thing , Tlio
guarantee of one
worth forty millions
is still hotter.
See the guarantees in
the new policy issued
"by the Equitable a
hacked hy forty
million dollars of
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Omaha , Neb.
Pkotoprnpljic Views of the Kuiua
of the Orcnt
This Krnnhlc nnd nutlipiitlc i canine of
the cyclone's deadly and destructive
work , by means of tlie pen and camera ,
can only be obtained at the business
olllco of The IJee , for the low pi Ice oC
i-'Hu and the coupon below. Call at the
olllco and e\ainlnc the work , \\hich Is
not ofloied for sale at any other place
lii the city.
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To secure this Interesting set of
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"A BRIGHT HOME MAKES A MERRY
HEART. " JOY TRAVELS ALONG WITH
Am A M JiJj. \ 9
At five different points in our territory Tribune bicycles
were entered for races on the 4th of July , Tribune riders
were placed or won.
A State Record.
The amateur tandem record for half mile on a quarter
mile track , for Nebraska , is one minute and two-fifths of a
second. It was made on a Tribune Tandern , ridden by Sabin
of Beatrice , and Hallcy of Lincoln , at L'ncoln , Neb. , July 3d
Tribune racers are beauties and retail for
One Hundred Dollars
We do not give them away ! Tribune road
sters are noisless and honestly made , Send for
Wells I Co. ,
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