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THE OMAHA DAILY BKE , MONDAY SEPTEMBER 28 , 1801.
THE OMAHA BEE. COUNCIL BLUFFS. OFFICE : - NO. 12 PF.AHL STREET. Delivered by Carrier In nny part nf the City. H. W.TII.TON , - MANAUKK. Huilne" Ofllco . No. n TFr rptmvrnJ 1 . . hl.fcl IIOM-.b j Njllt | ( Editor . No. a / ; . % avo.v. N. Y. P. Co. Counrll Bluffs Lumber Co. , conl. Crofi's chnttcl lonns , 201 Snpp block. If you want wnter in your vnrd or house go to Hixby's , : iW Mcrrlnm block. Dr. II. A. Woodbury will cntcrtnln his friends tomorrow evening nt a hop at the Lcnguo club rooms. The social union of the I'irst Proibyterlnn church will meet tomorrow ovenine nt the residence of Miss Corn Woodbury , corner of Uluft and Story streets. Nels Peterson nnd Sninuol Sorcnson were nrrestcd shortly lifter midnight vcsterdny morning on n chnrgo of disturbing the pence by fighting on lower Main street. A meeting of these Interested In Chnutnu- qun work will bo held this evening In tno Hoard of Trade rooms In the Mcrrlnm block for the purpose of orgnr.li-lng reading circles for the coming winter. A full attoudanco Is desired. The heating apparatus has been put In the Hill and Bloomer school buildings and Is ready for use this morning. The work of changing hns been tnndo In Just fifteen days , nnd has not interfered In the slightest de gree with the rccitnlions thnt were going on in the bulldlnt : nt the snmo time. The Indies of the St. Paul Episcopal church are planning u surprise for their new rector and his wife , who nro expected to nrrlvo in the city next Wednesday , lie houfo Is to be stocked with provisions on the dev before their arrival , nnd the rectory will bo left open to rccelvo nny contribu- tlonp that m\v bo ma'lo. L. B. Cousins wns presented last Satur day with an elegant gold-bended cnno bv his employes , the drivers for the Council Bluffs .t Omaha Trans'cr company. Thu head Is beautifully engraved with the names of the donors , Kd Henri" , T. Cadwnllader , S till- more , W. Conimhan , II. Colburuhlto Tomtiloton , William Provost , J. Nosloy , \Villfam Patterson. The members of the Union Veteran Legion nnd the ladles' auxiliary attended servlrea at the Presbyterian church In a body. The pul pit wns occupied by Kov. F. L. Hoyden of Mnrno. Mr. Hoyden is well known in this city , where ho wns formerly engaged In newspaper work , but drifted out of the ranks to fit himself for the ministry. Ho hn- been pastor of the Picsbytcrian church nt Mnrno for over a year past nnd tins mot grent success In his now work. Thico young fellows giving their names ns Gcorgo Oliver , Craig Mardis nnd .lohu Smith were nrrestcd about midnight Satur day night , In front of n saloon on middle Hroadway , for fighting. They had been creating u disturbance earlier In the evening , but had eluded the police. Officers \\ells nnd Murphy Uncoil them up nnd finally caught them ns they were renewing hostilities nud rnn them In. They gnvo bond nnd were released until this morning. Jefferson Gaincs , n colored mnn , fell Into the clutches of Officer Wells Inst evening ns ho wns going up n back alley near the corner of Main street and Broadway. His appearance did not satisfy the officer , nud ho was taken to the police station , where ho was booked with being a suspicious character. He suld ho hnd Just been driven out of Omnha for the snmo offense , aud WKS told nt the trans fer to steer clear of anybody that hnd blue clothes nnd brass buttons until ho could got out of town on his ay to Pncilic Junction , whcio ho claimed to live. Use Hnller's ' German Pills , the great co n stipatlun and liver regulator. Swanson Music Co. , 83S Broad wny. j > / : / : .so.v.int.Ki it A iJiti. . Miss Hnnn Young of Flemlngton , N. J. , Is visiting the family of B. S. Barnett. Mrs. J. W. Chapman Is the guest of the ju. , . . . , . , . _ i. w ! . ' . . . . nf South Sixth street. Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. P. Greonshields returned home yesterday morning from n trip to Scot land. land.Mrs. Mrs. Towlo of Burlington , Vn. , has re turned homo after a visit with Mrs. if. M. Sargent. Attorneys C. C. Nourso of Dos Moines , Louis Miles of Corydnn , nnd .1. J. Sullivan of Creston nro in the city , guests of the Grand hotel. Mrs. F. W. Young ofJDurnngo , Colo. , who hns been visiting her fnther , 10. S. Burnett , hns loft for a trip to Now Yoric , Connecticut , nnd other eastern points , Delicious and Healthful. Soterinu Ginger Ale Excelsior SprSgs Co.'s. Drs. Woodbury , dentists , . " 0 Pearl Btreot , next to Grand hotel. Telephone l-lo. High irrade work aspocmltyj Frank Trlmbloatty , Baldwin bllc.tcl 303 Death of ! Uul > cl llclsler. Mabel Helslcr , who hns been lyinirnt the point of death for the past week ns a result of the horrlblo btunlng she received by the explosion of n can of gasoline , passed nwny yesterday morning at 0 o'clock. Her physi cian has not given the parents nud friends of the dead gui a\3' ; encouragement to hope for her recovery , in spiteof the fact that she hns not suffered tlio slightest pain since the afternoon when she received her Injuries. Reports hnvo been circulated several times , however , that she was Improving , so thnt when her death wns announced it wns a severe shock to those who hnd been only too willing to hope ngalnst hope. The funeral will take place this nftei noon at 2 o'clocK from thn family icsidenco , 107 North First nt reel , nnd thu remains will bo Interred in Fulrview cemetery. Smnll In sl/c , grent In results ; DoWltt's Llttlo Karly Utsor-i. Host pill for constipa tion , best for sick headache , best for sour stomach. STIMj IjKAIUMI THU PHOCKSSION. That IH the AVay the Hnntnn Store , Council Hlufl'H , Aohli-veH SIIOCCKK Kco What \Vo Offer Thin \ \ cok. For thin week the Hoston Store will off or as a hpocial attraction u magnifi cent display of ladies' coats and furs. ' It may be it llttlo early yet to call special attention to these things , but wo believe in leading the piocission , nnd if you nro not ready to buy you will take pleasure in looking aver the many beautiful things we t > how in those lines , Wo have just received our fall line of ladles' garments In nil the latest styles nnd cloths , including cheviots , chevrons , buuver , diagonals , octum and nmtalassc , made up both with ami without fur trim mings. FURS. FURS. FURS. In mufTs and capes wo have the most compluto assortment wo have over shown , including blucit hair , French coney , French. beaver , beaver , raccoon , monUoy , mink , capo heal , krlnimor , gold seal , real peal , miu'ton , black skunk , iiHtrachnu , oppos- nun , nutria , nnd In children's sets wo Bhow chinchilla , Angorn , Thibet lamb , ermine , tiger nnd white coney. OUR GLOVB UKl'AUTMKNT , Our Kid Glove Dopiirtmuiit is the best tiBSortcd. Wo also carry the largest nnd most complete line of all the loading brands known. The Ronulno Foster ICItl Gloves wo make n specialty of nt $1.00 , $ l.Jo ! , $1.50 , 81.7ft.00 and sfS.li'i ' In dressed nnd un dressed. HOSTON STORK. Council HlulTn , In. FIne bathing nt Lnlco Maniiwn. Sum mer has returned and ovary afternoon nnd evening hundreds nro talcing advan tage uf Iho line bathing. Now fall goods , finest line In the city , just received ul Holtor's the tailor's , 310 Broadway. NE\VS \ FROM COUNCIL BLUFFS , Sessions of the Federal and District Courts this Week , SLVERAL CASES TO BE CONSIDERED. Title of Knit-mount Pnrlc May Not Ho Nettled Thin Term Important Developments In tlio Favor. JudRO.1. S. Woolson Is expected to arrive In the city this oveninp , and will open the United State ? district court tomorrow morn- Inf. Jiulgo Shims will nrrivo tomorrow morning and will open a session of the cir cuit court , nnd the two will ho carried on In connection during the rcmalndcrol the week. Tbero nro no cases of very great Imnortanco sot /or trlivl nt the present term , nnd it Is prohnblo that the entire work of the terra will bo completed h.v Saturday night. It was expected that the cnso of Jason Walker nsntnst the city of Council UlufTs would come up for trlnl this term , but later developments have resulted In Its holntr again postponed. This Is better known ns the rulrmoiint park case , nnd the publlo is prcatly Interested in It , ns upon Its outcome depends the ownership of the park which has proved so popular n resort ma-ing the present summer. It uas supposed until recently that idl the evidence In the case would ho in and that both parties would be ready for trial this term. A report was circulated a couple of months aeo ; that into developments Indicated that the chances for success were mostly on the side of Wnluor , nnd that nothing but n stroKe of providence could prevent the city from los- ini ; Its pot The theory of these Interested In the case wns that the city was sort of n lovorntfo on Walker's attorneys to Induce thorn to ( jlvo up the suit. Lnter develop ments however , show that this method of proceduio Is not neccssnry. It is announced by n mnii who has been connected with the case for some time , that a piece of evidence Is now In the possession of the attorneys for the cltv that will prove- ii stem-winder when It is produced in court , nnd it the statements of the sumu man ate urn to bo uellovod , certain transac tions nra lllumlim'.cd to such an extent that the chances of the city maintaining its property now seem better than over before. The contents of the paper which Is to throw such a light on affairs are not known excepting to tno attorney * , but It will probably be filed In court. Ills known , however , that a chance has como over the attorneys for the plaintiff in tlio last few weeks , nnd that they nro very willing to have the case continued now , while they were formerly pushing the city to trial in n wny thnt fairly took the breath of all parties concerned. Mrs. Winston's Soothing Syrup is the best of all remedies for children teething , "o cents n bottle. Do you over look biek ; ton years to a time when Council UlulTs wns much smaller than it is now nnd when corn nnd potatoes were being grown on what is now fcomoof the best pronorty in town ? Do you ever wish you had bought some property then , oven if it was hard work to pay for itV Do you know that Coun cil BlulTs could not stop growing if it wanted to , and that in addition to its own growth wo are sure of catching a good share of the increase in population which will como to Omaha with better times ? Wo venture to predict that there is not a dollar's worth of real estate in town that will not bo worth several times what it is today in another ten years. When that time comes you will have to pay a good round price if you want a lot in Morningside , because they will all bo owned by people who won t care to sell at any price. Bnptlsts lOfTert. n Compromise. A meeting of the members of the First Baptist church , which was to have been hold this evening in compliance with a call signed by about lifty members of the congregation for the purpose of considering "tho pastoral relation , " will not beheld held , and the stormy time tbat was expected will not occur. A majority of the members hr.vo been actively engaged during the \7cok in patching up the dlfllculty , and the announcement thnt n compromise with the pastor nnd his ( lock had boon effected wns made Immediately after the conclusion of the services yesterday morning. Dr. Hall preached an unusually brilliant sermon , nnd after the succeeding portions of the service were finished ho nroso and announced thnt the clerk would rend nn agreement which had been reached which It wus understood that n majority of the members would nbido by. Clerk Shillington then read the paper. It wns short nnd to the point nnd said that the signers believed that the best interests of the church demanded no changa in the pastoral relations ; that any ofllcers in the church who could not nbido by the agreement could have the privilege of uromptly resigning , nnd thnt any dlssntisllcd member might also have the urivilogoof withdrawing from the organisation without prejudice. The document was signed by about a dozen member ; , comprising both supporters nnd opponents of the pastor. A brief time wns given for objections. , bat there wns neither objection nor approval manifested , nnd the congregation wab dismissed It is under stood that for the present nt least this will bo the end of the trouble in the church. For delicacy , lor purity , and for improve ment of the complexion nothing equals I'o/ioul's Powder. Autumn Millinery Display. The lincst millinery display for the autumn of IS',11 the ladles of Council niuTn ! will Hnd will bo that of Misses Sprlnlc and b'oaron , which occurs Tues day and Wednesday of this week , both afternoon and evening. They will Hnd the latest Parisian , London and Now York styles of autumn and winter pat terns. The rooms will bo handsomely decorated and the ladies will bo assured a pleasant time while noting the beauti ful and radical changes that have been made in the new season's millinery. Morningsido was platted last year. Ton modern artistic houses have al ready boon built. A largo number of lots have been sold to others , who in tend to build. State Central Committee. UK UHJUAIITKIIS UUI-UIIMCA.V fTATK L'ENTIlAl , COMMITTKK. MilI.VIII ) llOTKU OMAHA , Sept. M , IfOl. A niuetln : of the republican btato cunt rill committee Is culled to meet nt the Mllliml hotot , 7W : p , in. , Saturday , October 3. A. 1) . 1MI. ) A ( nil attendance Is requested. S. I ) . MKIICUII , Chulrmnn. DoWilt's Uttlo Unrly lasers ; only pill to euro sick hcaauchu and regulate the bowels Extensive improvements always add to the value of property. Morningsido Is being Improved as no other addition in the city has over been improved. If you will save a llttlo money every month nnd ln\vst it In a lot you will got the bonelit of the o improvements and you will llnd it a most satisfactory in vestment. You will have u chance to see the finest furs as well us the finest millinery at Louis' annual milllnory display Thursday and Friday thia week at Ma- sonlo block. I'nreuoll Pnrty. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kumllutt were tendered a farewell party last Saturday evening , at the reside n co of Mrs. Kmidlctt'a parents , Mr. and Mrs. A. P. LangmaUo. The evening wus pleasantly | > eiit in various amusements. The following wcro among the guests ; Mr , nud Mra. Powell of Stnnberrv , Mo. , Mr , nud Mrs. Fred Suilih , Mr. and MM. W , H. Lynchard , Mr. nnd Mrs , Uhca , Mrs. Atkins , Mrs. Kelly of Omaha , the Misses Vincent nid Cummlngs of Omaha , Cnsnd.v , Wosner , Davidson , Lus ter , Vnn Drtint , Lewis , West nnd Kvans ; Mciiirs. McKnitt , O'Hnnloy , Williams. Tom- plcton , TrimAtkins nnd Onklov of Marlon , In. Mr. nnd Mrs. Knndlott leave for their new homo In Concord , N II. , today , Constipation poisons the blood ; DoWitt' * Little Karly UUcrs euro constipation. The cause removed , the discaso Is gono. Tlio HcnsonVliy Wo have marked our goods at plain manufacturers' prices is that wo are go ing out of business. Our time hero is limited and wo are willing to dispose of our L'oods without a cent of profit as rapidly as we can employ help towaiton customers. Everybody who visits our store can see what goods cost and all must bo sold at cost. Furniture , carpets , cooking and heating stoves , bedding at actual cost ; many goods less than cost. Call curly before' the stock Is broken. MANDKL , & KLEIN. There has never boon an investment offered in Council HlulTs that was as safe as Morningsido and at the same time gave such promise of a largo prollt to the Investor. It docs not depend on a boom nor oven on the growth of the city. The extensive improvements that have been planned and are now being made , added to what nature has already done for It are as certain to make it more valuable as day is to follow night. It will not bo long till Morning side will bo so much more beautiful and desirable as a residence place than any thing eKe in the city , that people who want nice places for permanent homes will bo glad to got lots there at prices that would bcom extravagant now. Picnic at Manhattan beach. Round trip tickets from Omaha , including boat ride , 50c ; on sale at news stands at Millard - lard and Murray hotels. No gripping , no nausea , no piln when UeWitt's Llttlo Kiirly Itlsor * nro taken Small pill. Safe pill. Best pill. xi\i's \ ot' Tin : \oirnmsT. NeljraHlcii , The Bovd county nlllnnco has withdrawn Its ticket 'from the field. Custor county's Sunday school convention will meet at Urokon How September 0 and 7. George A. MoArthur , editor of the Atkin son Graphic , is arranging to put In a news paper at Hutto City. Ho Is a first class newspaper 'nnn anil n pusher. Ludwig ICorclt , a Buffalo county farmer , raised n boot that measures three foot in length , twenty-two inches in circumference and weighs twonty-llvo pounds. Frank Ncff , a young man living at At lanta , Phelpi county , fell from n load uf wheat nnd was run over by the wheels , one arm being torn from the socket. Ho will re cover. Tbo Lyons Driving Park association will give its Inaugural meeting over its now kite- shaped track October III , H and 15. Over $3,000 in purses nro offered and good sport is expected. Dr. .1. A. Van Camp of Johnson became suddenly insane and tried to kill the proprie tor of a livery stable. He didn't ' succeed , but before ho could bo nrrcstod ho disappeared and has not been found. Martin ICundson , one of the Cedar county men who drank bedbug poison given by Dennis O'Flaherty , has recovered from the effects of the dose nnd has sued O'Flaherty for ? < i.OOO. William Biltgc , n Herman blacksmith , shot ami killed himself nt Friend. Ho wns denied the privilege of buying whisky and that and some llttlo trouble , probably causing temporary insanity , is the only reason known for the deed. While attempting to open a boiling kettle at the Edgar Canning factory , J. B. Mumlell nnd Wilson Rhodes weio severely scalded. As soon as they had loosened the fastenings of the cover It was blown off nnd the steam and hot water wus thrown on them. Mr. Mundoll was bndly scalded on the right arm and side nnd youtiR Hhodes waa scalded on the right nnn , chest nud bnck. Ho was ourned over a much larger surface than Mr. Mundoll , hut will recover. A terrible sight mot the gaze of D. P. Smith , u Jefferson -county farmer , when ho wont to his b.irn. His little 9-yenr-old girl was found dead in n largo washtuh. Coroner Dodge was called nnd it wns decided that tlio girl cnmc to her death by accident. Evident ly the gill fell from the Inddor while climb ing up to put the windmill in motion. Her head struck the pump no/zlo and she fell into the tub. It was at first thought the girl was drowned while trying to wash her face , but some time after she had been found blood began - gan to oo/o from her mouth , and on examina tion showed a concussion of the brain. Rev. A. C. Barnes died at Dorsoy September 111. His death was caused by paralysis. Father Barnes was an Iowa pioneer , published the first newspaper nt Alum in Itsil. At nn early date ho was fore man of Hon. C. F. Clantson's Brookvillo American office , nnd taught Jnmcs S. and II. P. Clnrkson to set type. Mr. Bsrnes' Albin paper wus called "The Independent Press. " The paper to print it on was hauled from a paper mill nt Furmingtou , la , The loir house in which Mr. Barnes had his office ' .vas so cold In winter that the paper could not bo issued regularly. The deceased wns the father nf A. H. Barnes , the present editor of the Union , nnd postmaster at Albin , In. Iowa. The stnto university now has two college papers. Hon. Darwin Forbes Is 00 years old , the oldest man In Urinnell. The Vlnton canning factory has already packed 000,000 cans this season. H. W. .1. Huslc is serving a sentence In the Primghnr jnll for cruelty to animals. Tlio Fort Mndison road will build largo grain houses at each station nloug thoj lino. Frank Pierce has been Indicted by the Dos Molnos grand jury for murder in the first degree. A threshing machine nt work on the farm of Jacob PItka , near Toledo , caught fire aud wns burned. M. Dod worth , n banker , recently connected with n bank at Slbluy , is said to Uavo suc ceeded to n baronetcy. Tlio school census of Waterloo shows 2fl27 children of school ago. The Courier figures out n population of 7,7 , > 7 on this basis , Mr. Henry Duffeti , who has boon visiting nt Chorokco tor some time , suicided by hangIng - Ing during n lit of temporary Insanity. In n fight at Worthlnston Jacob Pohl had his tonpuo ncarlv bitten olT. It took six stitches to replace the speaking apparatus. The "whistling" well near Holstoln still. whistles. Another well put down one foot nwny from the old well to a depth of U-5 feet has -JOO fuel of water in It , Llttlo Sndio Brooks of Cnrhonndo , aged 2 yenrs , while plnyinc around where her mother wns washinir , upset a boiler of hot wntor upon herself nnd was so badly scalded she only hvod n few hours. Mrs , Lou A , Finch , a resilient of Burling ton , wants her mnrrlnga with Cieorgo Finch of ICeokuk annulled because she says the lat ter has tits , and boforu marriage ho fraudu lently concealed from her his true condition. B. Alsfelko , n wealthy Scandinavian farmer , was ndjudccd Insane at Webster City and enl to the asylum. Ho had an idea that 11 was necessary to work nnd pray nil the time. When ho wasn't nt work ho was reading the bible. The ladles of MnrshMltown will hold n charity fair ut the old fair grounds in that city October 13 , 14 and 15 , for the purpose of establishing a Loino for the indigent old Indies of the countv. A mirso nf JI.OOO is hung up for a trotting and pacing race , be sides other smaller purses. A. H. Buck , of near Amoj , was riding on n load of shingles last week when a bunch of them started to slip off. In reaching to hold the first bunch the ono ho was sitting on slid off nnd ho fell under the wheel and hail his leg broken , He was hoi pod on the wagon and drove to town himself uud bud the frac tured limb sot. _ _ n/.iT/f.s. ffnlltttiifIre line * or leumler etnli ; t < uiMIHuiml line leu cent * . OAHKV Mrs. Unthiirlno 0 , buiulay morning ul U'M : o'clock , nt the Homo other daugh ter Men. o.V , Thompson , Twenty-second and Howard htrvut , iiiruil at yearK , utter H hurt lllno i. Iniermvutat Ilelult , Wbeou- bill , tltM'niPPO MP TIIIA II I MlfPfH MIiSSAGliS 01' ' THE 11ARVES1 , What the Glad Fn % Time of tbo Year Should Mean , to MOD. CONTINUED GRATITUDE TO GOD. All Men Should lie Thankful Not Only .Now , but nt AtU . Times Dean Gardner' * Harvest Homo ' * * Hcrmon. The annual Harvest Home services wcro observed yesterday nt Trltutv cathedral. The nltnr nnd chancel weio appropriately nud handsomely decorated with fruits , vegetables nnd cereals right from the orchard , gnrden and field. The audience was largo nnd n spirit of genuine appreciation of the occasion pervaded the assembly. Donn Gardner dslivorcd n very npnroprlnto address , or which the following Is n synop-ds : "Those of us who hnvo been drawn hither today , responsive to the call of the Harvest Home , nro doing the mou natural thing pos sible. Harvest Homo Is one of Uod's \olces , 0110 of His manifestations of love. Clod tins opened Ills hand nnd has filled all things living with pientoousncss. What nearer approach thnu this can the Good Providence mane to His children I What greater proof of friendship thnn when Ho makes us sit down nt His tnblo nnd Ho feeds us with His bounty ) bo 1 say it is n natural Impulse In the breast of humnnttv that makes us assemble hero with joyful muslo ' nnd with praises on our lips and o'tTorlngs In our hands. Wo cannot , unless wo are very hardened and unnppreclativo , keep from giving thanks to Him who has done so much for us. Harvest Homo has special claims on us because it is a special and conspicuous manifestation of ill- vine providence. It is a picturesque scene upon which wo cast our oycs today the annual harvest. Hceil Time ami Hnrvost. "The laborers went forth In spring time , ns It were , weeping nnd bearing forth pond seed. Today the glad processions nro coining back nnd the husbandmen are bringing their sheaves with them. And it seems nn end less procession nnd n continuous thanksgiv ing in nil lauds aud throughout nil the ages. This formal ncknowlcdgomciu of uivlno goodness nt harvest time lies at the basis of what wo call natural religion. So the scene grows magnificent , as with the sweep- of nn Intelligent imagination wo take a sur vey of other Innds , and everywhere behold the elaborate ceremonials of the ingather ing festival. "It came nbout thnt the inspired writer could find no language better suited to his description of the perfect Joy of the redeemed than when he wrote , 'They Joy before Thee according to the joy in harvest and men 10- joico when they divide the spoil.1 There is song and merry dauco nnd almost universal happiness. Even the boasts of burden are partakers of the ylad contagion. With gar lands on their horses and bright colored ribbons bens floating In the breezes they draw homo the loaded carts of ripened grain. 'Tho singers go before , iho minstrels follow after ; In the midst are the damsels playing on the timbrels. ' " "Alns , that there should over bo a falling off iti the custom vvhlcn wo honor today 1 Alas , that men should so prevent nnd de stroy the common instincts of gratitude ns to accept the bounty of God and never once look up to him In thankfulness 1 Grutitiulo is Its Outgrowth. "But Harvest Homo is not only mi occasion which by Its universal observance nnd its picturesque environments challenges our in tention , but it is a direct incentive to the cultivation of a thankful spirit. Wo meet for a specific object , The object is forced upon our Attention. The fact that wo are nil dependent upon the bounty of God In being fed by the products of the soul should awalton in tno dullest heart emotions of thnukfuuoss. The broad acres of this great commonwealth standing so thick with corn that they laugh and sing in the continual sunshine , all the fatherly suulo which gleams through nature , bearing witness that an eye looks down upon us and thata "heart follows us. " It mignt have been a Harvest Homo sermon that St. Paul was preaching at Lvstra when ho speaks of the living God who 'made heaven and earth and the sen nnd nil things that nro therein ; Vho bnlh not left himself without witness In thnt Ha did good and gave us rain from hcnvon nnd fruitful seasons , filling our hearts with glad ness. ' This harvest time is therefore wit ness to the love of God for His creation. It arrests our attention nnd gives us the uoblo impulse of grntitudo. ' "But hero comes in the thought , are wo thankful only on occasion t Hnvo wo the temper of heart and frame of mind which nctuatcd the Psalmist when be sang 'l will always give thanks to the LorJ. His pralso shall over bo In my mouth. ' > I mi I lost a lions of the Almighty. How common for psoplo to loot ; unto tbo hills for help -to recocnUo God's presence and His power in the conspicuous manifesta tion of nature and eraco : "to hear Ills voice in the tempest nnd the storm or In the noise of waterfall or rumbling of thunder. How common for us to hear God's message only under circumstances that appeal over whelmingly to heart nnd soul. Must the sky bo all nllnmo with glory if we would rend the truth ) Can wo only realize God In the mn- jestyof gorgeous ceremonial nnd by the en- tranLemcnts of most exultant music ) Must it ho n great catastrophe or moral crime to niako men pause nnd shudder nud turn palo and bo thankful that they have escaped the wrath of God ! "And so of Harvest Homo , I will not bollovo this glad festival or any other day of thanks giving is an occasion for men to do their thanksgiving for the season , or for the year. Wo miss the real object ot this duv unless Its Impulos operate In the establishment of n moro thankful spirit and n more cheerful dis position. Uejoico in the Lord. "Lot this Harvest homo call us to our duty of thanksgiving. Hejoico in the Lord always and again. I say rejoice. Kojoico oh , young man , lu thy youth , und yo gray haired saints in thine honorable crowns , The Lord wills His pcoplo to bo happy. Asplro after habitual thank fulness. Lot your souls run over with holy glndnoss. Cast to the winds nnd for ever away the pitiful example of the man who receiving only ono talent wont nnd hid it In the earth , wrapped In n napkin , as If ho had been to tno funeral of his Ufa and energy nnd occupation. What horrlblo pessimism In apologizing for neglected duty. The others received their talents gladly. Their lifework work was earnest , It was real , It mny hove been hard but It was a success. Bettor for us to rojolco with n rejoicing universe , rojolco with the morning stars aud lot your adoring spirit march to tbo muslu of hymulng spheres. Practical Jtojolclm ; , "Today you nro asked to plvo a practical turn to your sense qi gratitude. You nro asked to give expression to your thankf Jl- ness In a thank offertig ! to the Clnrkson Memorial hospltnl , otherwise Known ns the Child's hospltnl. In Us latter capacity this hospital Is entirely a charily. It seeks to find out llttlo children who nro suffering from some physical mnl formation or other bodllv ailment , and tp bring them miner the host of surgical treatments , nnd the most tender ministrations of loving bands and affectionate hearts. In IU capacltv as a general hospital itv charitable ministry Is limited only by financial ability. Multitudes are cared for who ban only return thanks , nnd no dlscrlminntlbn'is ' made in the kind of care bestowed , "You who dwell In happy , comfortable dwelling places , uho cherish your children as the npplo of your eye , whoio sick folk have tender nuislng at home , think on those who hnvo no place to lay tholr heads , nnd think of these llttlo children , often motherless or worse than thnt , who lift their wasted hands to you nnd plead so pitifully for your bounty. Inasmuch ns yo hnvo done It unto ono of the lenst of these , yo hnvc done U unto Mo. ' Lot JoiUh sea of the travail of Ills soul In your works of righteousness nnd Ho will bo satis fied. 'Whosoovcr is wise will ponder thcsu things and they shall understand ttio loving kindness of the Lord. ' " A largo collection wns tnkcn up for the benefit of the Clnrkson Memorial hospital. In the evening n very line musical pro- grutnmo was rendered by the choir. New I'lro Apparntuu. The now aerial turn table truck recently bought in Chicago by the fire commlistonora arrived yesterday nml wns nt oneo taken to No. II house , rim truck carries a fifty foot extension ladder , besides six slnglo liddcrs ranging In Inngth from twelve to thlrty-llvo feet. All of the ladders nro made of Port land pine nud all the metal work on the ap paratus Is nlcklo plated. This now truck will bo known as No. 2 nnd placed In engine house No. 1 on Twenty- fourth street. Trucit H will go to the now house nt Twentieth nnd Spring streets. The apparatus complete cost fJ.&OO. bUVTII OU.i/M. Captured a Walking Store. Early yesterday morning Officer Moso Hcdmotul arrested a suspicious looking character - actor , who was prowling around during the small hours. When called upon to stand , Iho man started to run , but when covered by the officer's shooting Iron , surrendered. Hn was taken to the stntlon nnd searched. Ho gave his narao ns Ud Moorcs. Secreted upon him was found hnrdwnro sufficient to start a s'ore. The list of bric-a-brac dis gorged Is as follows : Ono do/on ivory- handled penknives , six razors , twelve skele ton keys , two revolver * and several boxes of caitrldrcs. Ho was unnbln to account for the goods nnd from whnt the police could sift from his garbled stories , he must hnvo robbed some store In Paplllion Inst night. The Snrpv ofttcinls have bcon notified , nnd Moore will bo given n hearing by Judge King this morn ing. Itoptihlicati "Mi The republicans of South Om ilia are wldo awnlto. They propose to enter the campaign with the colors living nnd the ranks filled with good , loyal men. The following call for a mass meeting has been sent toTnuBin : for publication : Whereas The necessity now exists for the iiiyanl/.itlim uf un uotUoaiul nugrosahe re publican party In South Omaha , as the work ing element of the party has noon entirely ovorluoked and tailored by the present as sumed loaders In falling to call them together In select deloBHti's tit the state convention : therefore we , tlio undersigned , unite In calling a public meeting on Wednesday September : w. at T..IO p in. at Ilium's hall , for the purpose of poriuiinuntly oriranl/liiK a re publican club for the coming campaign. NotcH Aliout the City. Eighteen car * of feeders loft the yards for the cast Inst night. M. B. McBoath , who hns been visiting with .Mrs. E. G. Smith , has returned to Lin coln. coln.Tho The ladies connected with the Baptist church will snrvo n dinner Wednesday from ItSO to a ' nt 'JG.M N street. Officer Redman will hand In his roslgnntlon todny and will accept n position with the Omaha Packing company ns day watchman. An extraordinarily heavy run is predicted at the yatds for the coming week. Already there are forty cars unloaded nnd every hour brings In now trains. The Baptist Sunday school gave n very enjoyable Harvest ifomc nt the chuicti , Twenty-seventh and M strco's , last evening. Many from Omaha attended. A CALL. For the Douglai County Hcpuhllcnri Convention. The rcpunllcan electors of Douslas county , Nebraska , arc hereby called to meet in con vention at Washington hall , In the city of Oniulm on .Monday , October 1 ! > , IPO' ' , at 1 o'clock p. in. , for tlio purpose of placing in nomination candidates for the following of- llcos , to-wlt : Clerk of tbu ( list : let court , County judpe. Conntv clerk. County treiiMitcr. County sheriff. County coroner. County surveyor. One uounty commissioner , first district. One supurfntonduiit of public Instruction. i-l\ justices of po. ice nt largo for the city of Omaha. Six constables at Inrjzo for city of Omaha. And assessors lor the various wards and picolnciH. . And such other business as mny properly como before said comontlon. The representation In suld convention shall boforcneh ward In Omaha nlno doluRntes ; for the city of South Omaha , nine delegates ; for each precinct ontsldn of Omaha und Miuth Omaha , live deleentes. The primaries for thu election of delegates to said convention shall bo hold In the illllercnt wards of the cities of Omaha nud South Omaha on Saturday. October 10 , Ib'JI. br.tueon the hours of IU o'clock noon and 7 o'clock p. in. , nnd in the precincts outside of said cities , on the same day between tbo hours of 7 and 0 o'clock u. in. Primaries shall In all respects conform to thu laws of Nebraska In such case mnde and provldod. Dated thlsSCtli dny of September , 1M)1. ) hs I' . O'llaiKN , Chairman. M. H. KKUFIKLU , becrolury. PASTOKS AND I'EOPliB Searching for n Successor to Kcv. Will.-ird Scott. At a recent meeting of the St. Mary's Avenue Congregational Church society of this city , Uuv. Willnrd Scott tendered his roiignntion , which was ncceptod. A com- miltco hns since boon appointed , looking to ward the securing of n pastor. A number of men have boon under consideration , among whom Uov. liorron of Clear Water , Minn , Mr. Horrou is n young man nnd Is highly recommended. Ho has iome reputation in literary circles from his contributions to the religious papers and the authorship of n book published by ono of the leading book houses of Chicago. It is understood that Kov. Scott , who still takes a deep Interest in the affairs of the St. Mary's avenue church and is doing what ho cnn to secure nn acceptable pastor for his former congregation , is favorably inclined toward Mr. Horiou. The people of Omaha will doubtless soon have nu opportunity to heir Mr. Herron preach. A general interest is felt as to who the successor of Kcv. Scott may bo , ns the St. Marv's avenue church has a lending posi tion among the Congrcgntlonalists of Xo- brnskn. A gontlomnn writing from Honolulu says : "Ben Hognu Is here holding meetings in the Young Men's Christian association hall every night , Sundny night in the Central Union church , speaking to full houses and doing n grand work. The natives , as well as the whites , are taking great Interest lu the meetings. Ho will no doubt do grand work In Japan and India. Kveryuody appreciates bis plain , practical talk. " Kov. A. W. Lumar , pastor of the First Baptist church , has tendered his resignation , to take effect in December. Ho Is undecided as yet as to where no will go. YOU CANNOT COte to Carlsbad , but you can have Curlsbtul brought to you. Procure u bottle of gen uine imported Carlsbad Spruilol Salt and dis.solvo a teaspoonful of it in a tumbler ful of water. It is the best natural aper ient and alterative extant. Nothing is "just as good" when you can got the genuine imported article. : DOCTOR Tbeie Coltbiatid C.VOLIHIh. lAGKER'S llruiluchr , lllllou.nri * , and ! Coiutlputlon. 81111111 , pirn * . ! I PURE unt anil a fuTorlle wllh the ! uJlc . Suld In EneUnd for 1 . | j PINK nil. , In America for ! S5c. not ; CLou from jour Uruiiit , cr ; Mild to H. II. MUOkljU i , (0. , ; i PILLS. . 46 H.il llroj.it , ( > torV. ! For Sale by KUIIN ft CO. and hHKR MAN A McCONNKLU Oniah.i A ( IKNl'INK M1CUOIIK KII.UJII h KIIIDH liKUM KIIADICATOH Curuj all illiuaiut pccnino It kllli the mlcruhu or germ 1'ut up ami reulled In t III and H ulioi , the lAttiT J j imllun Bant niirifhuru ( irepalilon re < olpt of prltour li I ) I ) WuHsiiuii OKUnranlee tucuru 'Ilia public trailo nml lubburi o iipi > lled | jj ihu ( Juodmaii DruiM'o , Mi'Cnrmlfk & 0 Lund , OniMin f1 A. Mt'lctiur , Howuril Myor * nn I OK J bejrkiira. South Omiha ; A. 1) Kuitor uiU M I * Kill * Council llluff ! CITIZENS STATE BANK Of Council Bluffs. CAPITAL STOCK $150003 SURPLUS AND PROFITS 70000 TOTAL CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $223,003 DlllKCTiilIrt I A Miller. I' . O. CleaHon , V. f * Hluii-'urt , I' 1. . lli.rt , .1. I ) Kdmiimlson. riiurlus H Illinium. Trans tet Kenerul h.mklnic busl- ucks. IjitrKestcuplt.il and surplus uf any buiu lubouthwosturu lovta NTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS iwning &f , V o. NO GREAT SPECIALTY OF MAKE Suit Sales , but frequently offer rare induce ments to parties with limited means on scim-drcss , business and suits for general wear. We've just opened a neat variety of $8 , $10 and § 12.50 They're not cheap suits , but suits cheap. Mostly dark , dressy patterns , winter weight , all goods of our own manufacture , and , "mark you , " that's worth two dollars to any purchaser. $2 , ' $2.50 and $3 ' - > - Gives you choice colors , and nobby style ? , Irom the largest stock of Knee Pant suits in the city. $4 , $5 and $6 , Will dress your boys out in late , stylish and durable long pant suits that fit. We're a little bit nervous this warm weather. Prices melted down. Every Gentlemen in Omaha , Should stop in and look through our extravagant importations in English novelty neckwear , underwear , etc. Keep close watch on our 15th street show windows. We'll promise you reward. rownmg , ing & Co. Reliable Clothiers. .Vfir rilRKlirVLLr nEFVZDKn C llK UKfiAllStACTUltY * - > US Cfiritr - * ' T-tli niirJ SEND FOR CATALOGUE FOR 1891. You can Become Board $2. A Teacher , Expenses Low. A Bookkeeper , ( Send for Circular A Stenographer , W. S. Paulson , A Typewriter. Council Bluffs. SUCH THINGS DO NOT AT SPECIAL NOTICES. COUNCIL BLUFFS. _ ( iolil uli.iln mil cross , Ijotwoun 0. ) 3UST - \Vlllo\v uxonuo ami Sliurrailou's callory. Hutiirn told Willow avoiiuu uml K l icwiinl. " \\rANTKD Nlcoly fiirnNliud room for u lady and Krntlciiinii I" Council llliilTn , w till or without bo.inl for lady. Aildrubs , Lock HoIt ) , ' , Council Ilium. . _ STViitAI : , stocks nf inirclitiiiillso ) mill flour Oinuliii iIK ) Council lllulls piupurty to ox- rlmniro foi lown fauns. If > ou IHINU n farm to ollnr. wrlto to Johnston Van I'attun. ' 11 UliilfH. Co inn' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . SOaoro fruit farm tlirco mlles from nostollleo. lilulilv Imprqii-d ami vury ( Ipslrubks Poiost Smith , HiiUlttln hlock. lrnriiTn7l.rto II y.-ars . old toad iibiiui'.uKlrl. Mis. Doll ( J. Mor- gnu , 1507 buoond itvuimi' . _ _ _ _ TV ANTKO-A good harhur at once ; bto.idy ' job. Incjulro at f-t. Jou house. _ XPKItT Columbia bloyclo. Inch , In pin- fcct older , will trudii for irooil rlllo , : tt CMllliro. C' . A. Alklns C'ouncil IllnlTs , la. Nci ; . mind io.iiiiB VA'liomotrv. DNoiiM'i of all kind d and troatcd with hot baths nnd innssuuu. All lutti'rs piomplly nnswotod. Ulllco hours , . 11. " . ' . i : , cur. a in. to 10 p. in. No. avenue uuixr 15th Hlrcot. _ _ _ TJIOK HAM ! or limit ( iardnu land with _ T housub , by J. 1C. Hlcc , 1U1 Main ut. , Council Slovo DonlH liy Cole fc Cole. It la easy to ( jot mvimlUnl on u htovo. fiood no ! sh and niUtul uivur poor Iron Unlit chi'iip Koods are often moro shnwy than Koods worth twlcu as much inonoy.oaio not soll- Ink' out to Mil It hiihlncMi uvi < ry fall ; wo are hero tOHtnv Our reputation for xlvliiK viilno leceUed to mir customers has built un for IIH u. larno ami Kruwliu trade.o have pur chased for cash Hut cir loads of moves at lower prices and butter L'oods tniin wo Inuu over before offered the public llmiieinbur wo can hell von a cooU Uoui from f.101) tollO'.OO ' : u heater from } 1 < W to $75.00. The ceiobr.ited Kiiilliuit HIIIIKI anil I' . I' . Stewart heatem. tint best oxer olfi red.Vo ar soln nirentN for thu John Van Mot btrul numi'H , the Mowitrt cook stoves the Itndinnt Homo laiucs I very lion v come anil HCU Koods and nul pncos. Alu.iyn pleased tit hhow cmuls to anyone IN- t eriHt c < l \ \ ill sell on payment xvhuio deuliuJ without oxtru churxu o V t olc , II > lalii Struct. fiWIY FREE REMEDY. II IM II Xok.xl rnl.r.J. F rU r.l.ri.d. ( * r < * * * - . . . lli UineH U ll I oillcUJ.y Kn.t it I * ( Ulledj turr lamy xirfVrcl It it t"IUbl inilUtui > rCurf AtUicttU S. , l.i , < u ST. FRANCIS ACADEMY lillAUDIXG AM ) DAY SCHOOL. FIFTH AVENUE AND SEVENTH 3T. Can bo roaehod fiom any of the depots on motor Conducted by thoSlstersof Olmrliy , II V. M. TI'.KMS For lio.trd and tuition , omljr.iulng nil br. inches of u Mulshed otltic.itlon foryouns ladles , * T'i for session of 11 vo m mths , coin * mencliiK llrst Mond.iy In Suntember and l > 'ob- ruarv , lespeotlvoly. Fur further ; iirllculurj - BISTKIl s- . bt. 1'rnnols Academy , Council Illulfx , fa. 11 .u OF COUNCIL BLUFFS , 10/VA / I'aiil U | > Capital $100,000 OldnU organl/oil hunk In Ilia oltr t'lirolKn unit flomettlo fjxchnnuti unit local fucuritloi Kitpc'clal Htti'iulDii paid to uulluctlimi. Accuuiiti nf liullvld- UHln , Imnks hanker * nnil aorpar.ttluni tulluUu L Corrv Hinilunca Inrltu I liiu. : i : tiAM-DKI ) . I'riMldnnt A \V. HIKKMA.V , Cnililor. A. T ItlUK , A l > tnnt Ciuhler. COOK'S ELECTRICAL SUITLIES Spouial itttcntinn t'ivon to HullH , 'turgliif Alarms , Auuouuiliitord and Incandescent Wiring. WAL.TEHV. COOK , 13 , ST. COUNCIL ULUPF3 , W. C. ESTEP , 14 N. Main St. , Council Bluffs. Funeral Director and Embalraor. THE GRAND Council Bluffs , In. THIS KLKGANTLY Al'POLNTED iioTHL , is NOW OIHN. : N. W. TAYLOR , ManagoP.