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ttlhmdly Carrier to nny pnttof the City
HuVnoMOfflco No 41
N Y. Plumbing Co
Council Illuffs Lumber Co. , coal.
Croft's chattel loans. 204 Snpp-block.
Steve nnti conl wood dry. Tor salent
Thntehor's , 10 Main street ,
Thu Sunday school lesson study nt the
looms of the Yomur Men's Christian nssocln-
tion led by Henry Luring. Ladles and pen-
tlcincn Invited.
Krcd iVustanrap , Jr. , nnil MnRalo Oliver ,
both of this city , wcro ycstordnv afternoon
married nt the homo of the brldo's parents
by Justice Hammer.
The city treasurer reports the total amount
In the several filnds ns reaching $7i'Hi ! , nnd
tbo ntnount overdrawn In other fuirls ns
amounting to { Mi5" ( , leaving a real cash bal
ance of 17.141) .
Wintilo Hess , an Omaha damsel , was un-
nblo to glvo n satisfactory account of herself
to the police last , nlqlit and was locked up to
t'xnlaln seine rather objoctlomiblo street con-
uuct to JutlgoMcCU'o this raornliiR.
Olrls Industrial school at the Union Chris
tian mission , SIS Urondwny , from 2 toI
o'clock p. m. ovcrv Kntuidny. Hoys Invltoil
the first hour. Lady visitors especially In
vited. Miss Emnm Main , superintendent.
The regular meeting of Ktchotnh Council
No. ! I , Deeiooof 1'ounhontnv Improved Order
ol Hod Men , will bo held this cvcnlnp , in
their wigwam , corner of Urondwny and Main
Etrcut , nt U.o eighth tun. A full uttctulnnuo
Is dcblrea.
In the illstilct court yesterday some equity
cases and motions were belnp heard uy Judga
Dcemcr. 'J bo dreariness of the procecdliiRS
mny bo well judged by ' .he fact thut ono at
torney him to servo tiUo as witness and cross-
oxiitnino lilmsclf.
Johnson , ono of the prisoners who escaped
from the count ; Jail hero about the tlmo that
hhorlft Hnzcn entered upon his now duties ,
is serving a Ilvo months tonn In Ottumwn ,
and the promise Is given that when the ofll-
cinls thc'ie get through with iilm they will
turn him over to the authorities hcio.
The ladles of the Methodist Ladies Sow
Ing society ( tin organization devoted to char-
ituble purposes alone ) dcsiro the pntronugo
of the cltlrens of Council JJtuffs In the sup
port of their cxchango. Choice cnlio , blown
and wlnto bread , pics and n great variety of
homo cooking may bo found at tholr rooms
on North Main struct ,
Mr. W. J. Lovott ol Sioux Falls has tntten
n position as head bookkeeper in the First
National bank In this city and has entered
upon the discharge of his duties. Ho is a
very pleasant gentleman , n. former news
paper man , and will bo uorthy of n generous
welcome in Council Blurts.
A delegation of Council Bluffs members of
the Order of Iho Worlii went to Omaha last
evening to tnlto part In Iho banquet given by
the Otnnhn ledge in honor of the opening of
their new quarters on the seventh door of
THU llBi : building. They were royally 011-
trrlnincd , nnd Imvo decided that n return
bamjucH must bo nrrnngcd , to bo given the
Oiuahn lodge within u few weeks.
John Snnkeo. the well known Culn&man ,
feels that nn injustice was done by the news
papers tliut have erltlci/cd him for rentine
fromo of his rooms on North Main street to
linpiopcr parlies. The parties complained of
signed n lenso ns man nnd wife , r.nd the laud-
loid had no means of knowing thnt they
wcro no' , such. Mr. Snnkeo is nn upright
rnnn , n church motnbor , nnd would not bo the
means of Intentionally permitting n wrong.
When Harry In man closed up his saloon
nnd cigar More nt midnight Thursday
iilght no loft $ " . > in uuango In tlio cash drawer
in tbo barroom nnd a couple of hundred
cirais near oy. When he opened the plnco
yesterday morning tlio money was gene and
the cisara wcro scattered around the rear
part of the room. An entrance was effected
by climbing over n transom over a door lead-
Ins from n hallway on the second floor nnd
then following an Interior stairway into n
Binull hull in the rear , whcrp another tran
som wiis forced leading into the saloon.
The trouble nmong the Pythian Slstnrs
was settled yesterday by a stipulation. The
pi ul nil IT , Mrs. Aiinottn Tipton , is to lorfeit
nil court costs advanced , the remainder of
the costs to bo paid by the defendants , Mrs.
A. A. Young nnd others. The suit before
Justice Hammer is nlso to bo dismissed nt
plaintiff's costs. Mrs. Tipton is to receive
ihl ) out of the ledge funds , nnd Is to with
draw her membership nnd relinquish nil
financial intcicst In tlio ledge and ledge prop
erty. She also ngrces to transfer all her
financial Interests In the lodge to the defend-
iintK , who ncreo to pay the indnbtoducss of
1' " > lodge , Including the amount duo Mrs.
You nji.
ISoxtnn Store , Council IIIull'H , In. ,
Our stock nt this time is now complete
with ovorythlnjr suitr.blo for Ku&tor.
In our handkerchief department wo
fahow mnny novelties from the Ic ! hnnd-
kcruliiof to the llnest silk or hand oin-
hroidorcd. Our line ut 5i ! , 7e. or four
for ITo , and lOc , three for 25o , 12'c ' , 15c
and Ho ) surpasses nnythitig over shown
in the handkerchief line ,
In kid cloves wo lead. Our line of
ecniiiiio Fostots la now complete at
SI.DO , $1.25 , $1.60 , $ I.7.$2.00 and $2.25.
Every pair from $1.2o up warranted and
fitted to the hand by export fflovo
f > 0 do/on ladies' Itid gloves , assorted
colorn , for this week at > 0o per pair.
Marked down from $1.00 , $1.2J nnd $1.60
all in ut 6Cc n pair.
Wo show almost everything in the
liosiery line from the cheapest cotton to
the finest silk. Ask to sco bur fast black
nt lOo and I2jcn pair , also our full regu
lar made ladies' fust black oynx Ilorms-
dorf hoeo at 2oe n pair , worth 'Mo and
IIAc a pair. In children's hose our lines
are complete ; anything and everything
in children's hose from the 7c hose to
the llnost silk , Boston store , Fotlior-
inpham , Whitolnw & Co. . Council
Blurt's , In.
Horees For Sole Finely bred drivers ,
carriage tnnuis , brood marcs nnd lllllos ;
J0 ! , more or less ; would e.xuhnngo for
peed land or city property. Dr. C. II.
Pinnoy , Council BlulTs.
Thomas Tostovin. civil onglneor nnd
surveyor , over DoVolV , 601 Broadway.
t'Eltl > U.\.ll. i'.lll.KIJUl'llM.
W , O. Wirt has roturncd from a successful
business trip to Colorado.
Yesterday wns Iho fifty-second wedding
annlvcrsitry of Mr. and Mrs. 1) , U. Hloomur.
J. J , Shea has gone to Uonlsun on business.
Homy Sablnof Dos Moinei was hi the city
J. V. Hlnchman of CJlonwood visited the
13luffs yesterday.
The King oMiiuiilliio State * .
The old single generator Dangler was
the best gasoline stove ever made , bu'
Shugnrt A- Son have a nuw Dnnglor that
is unquestionably the king of vapor
Blovos. It is culled the Dangler Sur
prise , nnd is simply the old reliable
fetovo with n perfect process generator
added. It burns n \ > luo llamo when
lighted nnd hns no odor in slopping or
blurting. Shugnrts nro the only people
who handle them.
Easter novelties for sale at the parlors
of the Congregational church Saturday
evening ,
Wehnvo our own vinoynrds In Cullfor
nln. Jurvla Wine comp.vny , Co , Bluffs
Birnnsou Muilo Co. , Musonlo toinnlo.
Oity Schools Conducted Underneath Free
dom's ' Starry Gonfalon.
Alnny I.iy of Ourrfiil rrrpnrntlnn Crowned
byn Mint SitccrMlnl ( 'oimimni itlon or
tlio Clillilrrn'ft Drnrcsl Kmlrc
Details of tlio Affair.
Yosterdny wns flag day In Council muffs ,
n new temporary nnd semi-holiday In the
public schools , nnd the popularity that the
Irst celebration of the day achieved was of
such Immense mngnltudo that teachers nnd
tupils t\tul some members of the Board of
Education'aro discussing the propriety of
making each subsequent anniversary n school
tiollday. It was the day fixed by n resolution
In the board decreeing thnt the Amorlcnn
( Ing should bo unfurled simultaneously over
ovcry Bctioolliouso in Council Hluffs nnd
every pupil given nn object lesson lu patri
C Preparations for the event have boon
going on for the pnst two or three weeks ,
nnd the object of the board has been fully
rcnllzud by the Intcnso Interest awakened
ntnong the children. In every room every
child wns required to take some pnrt in tlio
patriotic demonstration , nnd original cssavs
nnd orations were plentifully mingled with
the llery panegyrics of the old masters. All
the patriotic literature of the century hns
been dllligrntly conned by parent , put > ll nnd
tcnchcr for the pnst few weeks searching
for appropriate declamations , nnd on the
rostrums of the school rooms thousands of
llttio hearts boat with n pride thnt wns
stronger than any timid fear.
It wns nrtnnged to huvo the lines raised on
nil the buildings at the same instant , nnd to
have the children In the school yards to wit
ness Iho spectacle , when it wa'j expected that
the triumphant shout that would nrlso from
nearly -IUOU Hula throats would make n
mighty voltimo of sound. But this plan wns
not altogether carried out. In some of the
schools the exercises began ns early ns 1
o'clock , nud In others ns Into ns ' - . All the
schools were crowded with visitors , but the
buildings that seemed to attract thu most at
toiitlon from the general public were the
Washington nvcuuo nnd the Bloomer. Both
nro located near the business center , and the
crowds of children and ndults flocking into
thoui nttrnctod additional attention and drew
great crowds of citizens.
Mticli Interest Taken.
In the Washington nvenuo building the
exorcises begun nt 1:3 : ( ) , but the lirst part of
the program was llttio moro limn the mar
shaling of tlio children nnd getting them
ready to march into the yard in military
fashion nnd wntch the hoisting of the Hue on
the polo that had been cioctcd on the roof.
The hallways were almost tilled wi'.h visitors
and when the pupils began to lllo Into the
ynrd and cnrolnumilv upward the attraction
became infectious nud everybody on the
streets for blocks around were drawn me-
chanicnllv to the spot and stood with upturned -
turned faces wntching and waiting. Homo
of the curious crowd in the street forgot
what the event was to bo nnd gathered the
vnguo Impression thnt there was n lire or
something-equally important transpiring up
on the roof. Tno 000 pupils filled the yard ,
and it was n perfect ocean of faces that mot
thoga/oofll. H. Field , n member of Iho
board , who had volunteered to take charge of
the ceremonies on the housetop , when ho
looked down before ho began to pull up the
Ilajr. When it became visible above tno
curvature of the roof there arose a mighty
cheer nnd every pupil wuvcd n ilag of some
proportions as the cheers and thu Hag went
After viowins the flag with Intcnso Inter
est for some time , the lines of inarch wcro
formed nud the pupils marched back to their
school rooms , whore the remainder of the
afternoon was spent in literary and musical
exercises , ivitnossed uy us largo n number of
visitors ns could crowd Into the room's nnd
the hallways. The exercises were Interest
ing nnd splendidly adapted to enforce the
lessons Intended.
At Oilier .Schools.
The spectacle nround the Bloomer building
was equally enthusiastic and inspiring , nnd
the throng of pupils nnd friends was so dense
thnt the ynrdnj filled , ns well ns the build-
Ing. When the tlivf was unfurled it was
enthusiastically saluted by hearty cheers
nnd the waving of small Hags. Exorcises
were held In all the rooms , ana In some of
the rooms prominent citizens addressed the
The most Important of the exercises , of
course , were held In the Hlpli school , where
the ltd vnnccd pupils presented availed and
Intelcstlng program.
B.v 2 o'clock every ono of the nineteen or
twenty school buildings was decorated with
the national cntblom and In all the rooms the
children wore holding patriotic exercises.
This miiirnlllront trlb'ute of the children to
the Hag of their country has not been made
without some sacrifice on tholr part , nnd this
sncrilice gives the event of the dny n still
greater importance. For the past two weeks
the children have stayed hnll nn hour nfter
school each day and many of them have tnkon
u largo portion of the time fixed for recrea
tion to prepare for the event. It is some
thing of sacrifice for n boy to glvo up nn hour
of plnytlino each dny , nud the fact that the
teachers all say that this sacrifice was will
ingly made is the host proof that the object
of the demonstration has been fully attained.
Tliu I. ust Ii.v. ;
Today is the last ilny before Easter ,
imil the hist opportunity the Indies will
Imvo to select their Kustor millinery.
The bright wcnthor for the past two
days iinil th fine display nnd splendid
bargains at Misses Sprfnk it Foaron's
caused almost a crush thoro. Crowds of
ladlea will bo expected today nnd ample
provisions will bo m-ido to take euro of
them and show thorn the many now
things that have just boon arranged for
display. _
JarvlslST" brandy , purest , safest , best.
A Motor Hoi ; ,
The train employes of the electric motor
railway have n dog. It Is a common sort of
a dog of n mahogany color and has but ono
ambition , Thnt ambition Is to make a trip
cnch dny on every motor In the city. Ho
cnico to the boys of his own free will aim has
taken every possible means of assuring them
that he has come to stay nnci wants to bo
considered ns ouo of tbolr nu nit ; or. For the
llrstthreo or fourdaya ho contented himself
with following tlrst ono car nnd then another -
other nround town nnd between tbo BlufTa
and Omaha. When ho became vorv wearv
with his long runs between the two cities
ho uskod as Intelligently ns a dog oould ask
for the privilege of rldliiir , nud Mnco it wns
grnnted ho has boon the happiest cur In thu
Missouri valley. Yesterday the motormen
chipped in and raised n fund to pay the
Council Bluffs nnd Omnhn dog tnx ami pur
chased him nn elegant collar , nnd today ho
will bo decorated with it. Helms been given
u rcgulnr conductor's badge nnd n number ,
MX ) , and christened "Dynamo. " Ho Knows
the difference between thoOmnha uud South
Omaha motor trains , and that is more than
many people do , _
Studio ,
Haying removed her studio from room
.0 > 0J to HIM , Morrlam block , Miss Corona
Laughlin is now prepared to receive
callers and glvn instructions in oil ,
pastel , crayon or water colors. Come
and arrange to join the class during the
Bummer vacation. Worlc done to order.
See sped mo MS of portrait work at the
Council Blurts Carpet company's store.
I3o euro to get your Easter lint nt the
Louis. Such bcnutios and BO cheap.
Masonic block ,
Dc'lltll or .Mm , .
The death of Mrs , Nellie lluber Mecgm.
son , which occurred at her residence In this
oily Wednesday , April 13 , brings sadness tea
a largo circle of friends hero , whore she bus
lived over since her girlhood ,
Her father , Mr , E. A. lluber , brought bis
family to this city In 1 CS , aud for years , up
o the time of bli death iu 1875 , heYQ out
of the most active ami prominent re&l cstata
dealers hero. In 1831 tbo daughter was
married to James O. Mogirlnson nnd re
moved to her now homo in Monroovlllr. O. ,
where ho remained until the death of her
husband live years Inter , when she returned
to Council Bluffs nnd again made her homo
with her wlrlowcd mother here. Tha two
have lived n mutually dependent aud nlmost
Inseparable llfo , Mrs. Huber bclnp the only
survlvlrg member of n l&rjfo family , with
the exception of n very nitod father. Tno
lois of the dauehtcr Is therefore n peculiarly
heavy blow to her , nud her loneliness excites
the tondcrest sympathy.
Mrs. Mcgglnson has been In 111 health for
Fomo tlmo past , nnd has of late been seeking
relief from her lung troubles by n stay In
Colorado , from whence she returned only to
dlo. She was of n very cheery , Imppy na
ture , winning friends easily , and holding
them flrmlv. In her Mrugplo for health and
for llfo sho" was hopeful nntl bravo to tbn
last , but when she realized that , the end was
nppronchlne sbo yielded with alovltic sub
mission to tbo higher will , and the feelings
expressed by her lo the friends gathered
nbout her bedside seemed Inspired by visions
of the opening future , The funeral services
will bo held ibis afternoon from the resi
dence , 203 Fourth street , Hov. Mr. Unbcock ,
rector of St. Paul's Episcopal church , offici
ating. _
Don't Ho ii Drimhnril.
There are thousands of inon In the
world who are nddictod to the tiso of
alcohollo stimulants , morphia , chloral ,
opium or tobacco. Mnny of the bright
est lives ot the ngo are being wrecked
by thcso pernicious drugs , nnd human
will , no matter how strong , Is Impo
tent to break -the bonds in which the
victims are held. Got help in your ex
tremity. The Blanchard Gold Cure In
stitute lias been established in Council
Bluffs for the purpose of aiding nil , men
or women , who dcsiro to break away
from the destroying vlco. A euro nbso-
Into is guaranteed , and only the small
est fee is charged. Como and sco for
youi solves , or wrlto to the managers of
the now institute , room 5 , corner Broad
way nnd Sixth street , opposite the post-
Supper 25 cents nt Congregational
church Saturday evening.
Just received at Davis' , a carload of
Heath & Milligan Mfg. Co.'s paints.
Absolutely pure , nnd the best in the
market. _
Patronize blue ice wagon for river
channel ice. Mulhollnnd & Co. Tel. 102.
Gonulno Rock Springs coal nt
Thatcher's , 10 Main street , always on
E. II. Shoafo has money tolo.in on real
estate and chattels , Broadway and Main.
Jarvls' wild olnckborry is tlio best
Roitor , the tailor , 310 Broadway , has
all the latest styles and newest goods.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Homo made candy at Enstor festival
Congregational church parlors , Satur
day evening.
Candidates Who AVmit to Shine In Scixvej's
All yesterday afternoon the Ftro nnd Po-
Hco commission snt ns nn examining board
for aspirants for police honors. Over 100 ap
plications for positions on tbo force were on
lllo , but only about sixty showed up to go
through the orileul. Several of the patrol
men who had boon discharged during the
past year appeared for examination nna ap
plied for reinstatement.
In executive session the following
men were ordered to report vto the
city physician for physical examination :
' '
M.'M. S'tnrkey , SamuefG. Hoff , Daniel Her ,
J. U. Graves , Pat Uusick , Henrv W. Dunn.
S. E. Plsic , Daniel Davis , E. F. Burrows nnd
John W. Loverton.
The now appointees who pass the surgeon's
examinations will bo ordered to report for
duty May 1.
- -
Senator Allison Is for Harrison.
OIIICAOO , 111. , April 15. Senator W. B. Al
lison of Iowa said today that no was not a
candidate for the prcsidcntltJ nomination ,
nnd bnd not hoard bis name mentioned for
the place. Ho spoke very flatteringly of
President Hart [ son , nnd considered his nom
ination n foiogono conclusion , and said the
lovvu delegation will bo fo. * him.
< JF vissTEitu.ir.
Secretary Illalno has ordered Minister Tester -
ter to return to Italy.
Mnrtliibvlllc , Vn. . has been visited by a dis
astrous conllnFrntlon.
A case of small pox has been discovered In u
sctt.emunt of Poli-li Jews In Cincinnati.
Tlio governor of Louisiana has Issued n
proc ninatlon putting In olTe-a thu ijuar.intlne
The New York assembly has passed the bill
giving uonien thu ilxht to vote at all stuto
election" ,
Tlio covermnent sale of lots at Hot Springs ,
Arl. . . continues , I'rlcoa p.iUI have been better
than nntlclp ited.
The shcrill's posse hunting Louisiana train
robLorslth bloodhounds batons yet failed
to c.i pi lire thu fugitives.
\VilllnmTiielicrof Cincinnati shot and Killed
a Mrs. Itosa Ciicener , with whom he had been
lling. . lie claims It w.is ucclduntal.
The tr.iln. shop and section men all nlong
the line of tlio l-.ilo road are discontented be-
uuiiB ] of the re I notion of working foicc3 and
thio'its of ii strike are he.ud.
John Wancr , n full 'iloodi'rt Clioet-uv about
M years old , was hanged at T.ilcqnali , I. 'I' . . In
thu jail ynnl for the murder or John
Daughlery of I'llnt dlstr ct last July ,
Jones and Henry , supposed to bo Implicated
In the Itarber murder e.-iso at Mirlnetto. : WIs.
Imvo boon arrested at Denver , Colo. , und the
hlierllV has t'one to bring them for trial.
The ' : ir of Vlco President Klpley of the Chicago
cage , Milwaukee .t St. 1'aul Jumped the traelc
near ( ! round u. Miss. The occupants wtio
Imdly Blmlfcn up , but none were seriously
The Interstate National bunk of ? < ew York
has closed Its doors and will go Into voluntary
liquidation. The depositors were n.ild VU per
rent and within u week the stucKholdora will
be paid a per cunt.
Chleaco health ofllccrs stopped a train load
ot emigrants near that oily , and lifter < > x-
nitilntiiK thriu for Minllpov and tliorou ; hly
fiimUutlns the people and Ihulr baggage al
lowed them to proceed.
Harry Leo. bon of a prominent banker nt
\YhcolliiK , W , V.i. . and nephew of ( iiinural
l'ltHui'h Leo of Virginia , attempted suicide
at the Hotel llaiiinni , tit. Louis , swallowing
three ounces of laudanum , He la expected to
Kults ngrrozatlng } ? )5fOO ) have been Insti
tuted nt ChloiKU by Hie pacUln. IIrm of
( ieorjjo II , Hammond & Co. upaliibt varloun
rallio.ul companies for aliened o.\L'OS3lvi )
frelcht rliarKt's under the interstate com
mcrco law ,
Mrs. John Kirk and her daughter /.ulln ,
\\lilloualliiu2 nlonsj the Uliusnueuko & Ohio
tracks near HuntlnKton , W. va. , wcro run
down by a puhsciiiiur train. Mis. Kltk was In
stantly killed and bur daughter lived only a
few minutes.
The Tinted States league of bulldltu nnd
loan associations hns elected the follow Inn
olllcord : President , fcoymonr ) loxtor ) , ICImlra ,
N , Y. ; vloepicslduiit , David H. Stowiirt , Kt.
Louis ; treasurer , 10 , LliiUH.iy , Throe Illvera ,
Midi. ; secretary , 11. O. Vusln , Qnlnuy , III ,
The National Steamship company of Now
York has siitnundu.l its pussunKur traltlc. It
blurted In ItM as n freight line with only four
steamers , At the present day thu company
owns a licet worth more limn * . ' > , ( ) JU.'ii'U. ' The
company will devote ItseK to freight business.
Canada oHlclals have discovered a plot to
siiiiiirulu Chinese Into the Dominion by means
uf false eeitlllcates.
President DlaIH almost certain of a renom-
limtlon und election to the presidency of the
Mexican republic.
The minister of Jusilco 1ms Issued n letter to
the Ciitliolk' priests In I'rance , forbidding
them to critieUe the laws or the nets uf that
Thu llulRarian government has dciranded
from Itutiiln Iho extradition of the supposed
murderers ot Dr. Vulkovlteh , the former
diplomatic agent at Constantinople.
Tlio Hpanlsh anarchist ? have promised the
authorities that thov will behave themselves
on May dny und make no demonstrations cal
culated to Incite violence nud disorder ,
Spain ransoms to the return of American
missionaries to the Caroline Islands , pio\lded
they do not Interfere with local government
matters or iiuu tlon liutueou the Island
uuthorltleu and the natives.
Advlcca from Hrlt'sh Columbia say thnt
further noun from the S eenuriverU Unit the
Indlunu lire preparing to roan the warputh If
the member ot tholr tribe who U under urruat
( or murder U tout to Victoria fur trial.
Three Men Hold Up nn Express Seventy
Miles froiOew Orle.iDS.
nutter orThclrllovoivors In.lnccd Iho Kn-
Rlnecr , rirpinnn And1 I2tprc ยง M
to Siirrcnilrr Without n
lllooillioildils on tlio Trnll ,
, Ln , , April 15. A during nnd
succos fu.l train robbery was committed last
night within sovoiity miles of this city. Tlio
amount carried by the railroad is snld by
ofllclnis to have boon small , nnd hardly com
mensurate with the great risks Incurred ,
Passenger train No. ! j of the Illinois Central ,
not Inbound , loft the city at the usual hour
last evening. It was In chat-go of linglnosr
James and Conductor Robertson. The train
proceeded on Its way north without incident ,
nnd such n thin ? ns a robbery was not
thought of , nnd least of nil npprohondcd.
When the train reached Hammond station
n man boarded the engine. To the surprise
of Iho engineer nnd the llromnn , the unin
vited passenger thrust Into their faces a big
gleaming pistol. The railroad men were or
dered to go ahead. The command was
obeyed reluctantly , but with seeming good
grace. Passenger train No. 2 was scheduled
to meet No. 3 nt Independence .and to tnuo
the tiding at that point. To this lltllo sta
tion , therefore , the engineer | llotod his train
of human freight , who llttio conjectured thnt
tholr guldo was nt the tlmo under coercion
ntid apprehension of hN own lllo.
When No. " reached Independence , the
tiding wns tnkon nnd the switch barely
iocltcd when the southward bound train caino
thundering along. Ills not customary for
trains to stop nt meeting points , nnd the
botith bound train proceeded on its way to
Now Orleans without the slightest. Ittiowl-
cdgo thai the train which they left behind
was nbnut to bo robbed. The south bound
train had scarcely IllttoJ by when two men ,
confederates of the man on the englno ,
skipped nimbly nboard and Joined tholr pal.
The engineer was ordered to reverse tno en
gine , nnd nt Newsom's mill , nbout seventy
mlloi from the city , was told to como to a
halt.Tho engineer nnd llromnn were then used
by the robbers ns n parleying party , nnd
were instructed to go to the express car nnd
to order the messenger to open the car , which
wns compiled with. An entrance Into the
car , which bears the treasures of Iho express
company ns well as thnt of Undo Sam , was
then effected by the robbers. The enfo was
emptied of Its contents. Having completed
their work , the knights of the road disap
peared in the darkness , leaving the malls aud
the passengers undisturbed.
The truln proceeded on its way north and
when it reached Anglpaho thn news of the
robbery was telegraphed back to this city.
Superintendent Flshoi' of the express com-
panv said that tlio amount cniried off by the
trnin robbers would hardly exceed $ ; t,0 ( > 0 , in
his opinion. Every'effort Is bolng made by
the express nnd railroad officials and thu i > ar-
ish ofllclnis to ferret out the robbers. fJlood-
hounds were sent for and were convoyed to
the scene by u special train. The robbery
occurred at t > :45 : p. in.
roil lotr.i i'inunns.
No .Municipal Undy Miiy Imposeiccsslvo :
I.lrvmu Fri-8.
Sioux Cirr , la. , April 15. [ Special Tele
gram to Tin : Bni.J-/rho fignt which has
been bitterly waged between the rotnil
groceries and street peddlers ended today in
n victory for the latter. The grocers pro
cured an ordinnncotreuiring ( ] the peddlers to
pay a license of $10 pnr day. A test case
wns brought in and. It.was todaiVdeclared In
favor of the peddler ? , The court holds that
the license Is unfair and boyoud the power of
the city to Impose nnd that as peddling fruit
and supplies Is not against public policy , a
city can impose oulv a reasonable revenue
llconso. Public sentiment is with the ped
dlers , who sell better goods and far cheaper
than the grocers' combine.
No Miners .Strike at I'rcnent.
OsicAi-oost , In. , April 13. The State
Miners association ndiourned today after
passing hot resolutions denouncinc the stnto
legislature for not enacting sovcrnl bills
wanted by the miners. Kesolutlons wcro
nlso adopted demanding the eight-hour day
for miners. The next meeting will bo hold
In October. Tt is said no stiiko will occur
this bunimor , but that ouo may como next
Will Utlllro the ItUcr.
Sioux CITY , Tn. , April 15. [ Special Tclo-
irram to Tnu Buc.J The Sioux City Jobbers
and Manufacturers association issued n call
for a conference hero April 22 , of ropresent-
atlvcs of all the towns on the MUsouri rlvor
north of this plac" . The object , is to organize
n line of paclcot boats to ply the river. J'horo
U n wldo scope of territory uot reached by
railroad alone the river.
I'ariloni'il u ItiirlliiKton Murilpror ,
POUT MAWSON" , In. , April 15. John Mai-
loin , n Swcdo who killed n girl In Burlington
and was sentenced for llfo in ISSH , wns par
doned by Governor ISoios todnv. Mnlloin re
turns to Sweden next week , this being the
condition of the pardon ,
I'ast Tnilll Contests.
CIIICHGO , III. , April 15. fast train compe
tition Is becoming n factor in the western
railroad sittntlon. Together with prepara
tion for Improving their Chicago-Usnver
service , with additional trains , the Itock
Island nnd Burlington roads nro perfecting
arrangements that will enable them to
shorten the run an hour or two nt least. To
do this will require a fifty milo nn hour
schedule. The announcement is mndo by
the Hock Island pcoplo that they will tulio
nn hour nud n hnlf off the time between
Chicago and Kansas City May 1 has awaken
ed thu AtchUon.
It is an old-fashion notion
that medicine has to taste
bad to do any good.
Scott's Emulsion is cod-
liver oil with ijs fish-fat taste
lost nothing is lost but the
This is more than a mat
ter of comfort. Agreeable
taste is always a help to di
gestion. A'sickening taste
is always a" hindrance.
There is only harm in taking
cod-liver oil unless you digest
l' < 1J"
it. Avoid tlyjtaste.
SCOTT ft DOWNS , Chemiiti , 131 South jth Avcnut ,
New York.
Your drucEl" ktep > Scou'i Emulsion ol cod-liver
U all druggist every whtr * Jo. ( i.
Extract of Beat ,
Do you \vnn t n copy ol
Doof Ton ? See thut it
is made from Iho Cor ,
uiiio Ini'ompiirubly
the best , I'uro ,
eoluils clourly-
See Baron T.ol-
In blue on
lubol , thus.
When in the course of human events it becomes necessary to recctn-
niend some brand of Smoking Tobacco , we unhesitatingly pronounce
Bull Durham Smoking
to be the best in the world.
Ahny times imitated , but never equalled.
Get the genuine. Made only by
Blackwell's Durham Tobacco Co. ,
Durham , N. C
VX _ < M } .
Kvcry MAN can be
S'/nONO .mil V1O-
_ Jby iishiK Sl'ANISH
N1JRVINB , thcBre.it bpntui.li Itemeilv. YOUNG M1JN
OH OLD suffering fioin NlvUVOUS DRBHITy , I.OST 01
lrAIIINO MANHOOD niRlitlyi luisstons.c miilsiolu , ncivout
. prostration , cnusr il tty thcu c of npiuni , tob.icco or alcubol , wnkc *
fulness , mutual depression , loss of p wcr in either set , sptrmator-
DEFnoRK AN n AFTER usic , rlicra caiifcil by stlf abuse ami o\cr iiiilulRencc or nncrsonal wrak *
ness can be restored to pet fret health urnl the NOIifcli VITALITY OK STHONO MIIII.
We glvo a written puaramcenli 6 boxes to cure any case or return ! the money , } i a boi.C boxes $5
For sale in Omnhn bv Snow , Lund & Co.
G. A. Sshoadsaok , Proprietor , O.T1333 621 Broi.lway ,
BluffsandlS-H Far-namSt. , Oaiaha. Dy3 , clea'i ' and rafinUrx goods
of everydasaription. Pac'.tagos racsivei at citli3r o.Tica or at tha
WorksCor. Ave. A and 23th St. Council Bluffs. Sand for prica list.
Merchants who have shop-worn or soiled fabnea of any char.wtor ei-.n have
them redyotl nnd flnlahoJ equal lo new.
most approved maeliSnoryate3t at loss co3t than yo i ovo.- pill
HNcvcr fulls to ulvo Instant relief In tlio worst !
Senses , anil ctTi-cti. curon where nlhrni dill.
Trlal l-itla.e FUI'.K of llrumUU r by II. I.
S&S" " SOUIFFMANN. 81. l < inl. i ! , .
With an able , conscientious , skillful anil sue.
Buoh aa each member ana each trained asoUt <
tut cf the famous Ilrm ot
Drs. Belts & Detts
Is universally conceded to be , mar ba worth
moro than
to the man who Is sick , and vlio lias tried all
Dlhor means to cecuro relief , but In valii. And
yut that talk , valuable us U IB ,
Costs Nothing1 ,
If held In the private consu'.tatloa rooms of
Drs. Belts & Belts ,
/or / consultation (9 ( free , not only to those who
tall In person , but nlso to nil the allllcted who
wrlto tholr uymutoma fully nu > l enclose stamp
'or reply.
the patient la suffering from fomo ono of thosa
numerous , yet dellratn malaule ? , which poll to
society docs not eeo proper to dlscnaa as n soc
ial topic , lu short the may bo aUllctcU wlta
Syphilis ,
Gonorrhoea or Gleet. Wo can euro him. It
may bo
Seminal Weakness.
Ilad enough , but uo matter , we cau curd him.
It may bo
Slriclure ,
or Hydrocele , or Varlcocelc. Orsnt rrlsfnr-
luues , truly , but vre cau euro him , 1'iobably
Piles ,
1'Utula or Rectal Ulcers. A terrible affliction ,
but we cau euro him ,
( Unorders , diseases and tvcaknfss , Nervous ,
Chronic and 1'rlvate Discuses v.e cure them
all , safely , surely , epetdlly and t-Hrctimlly , by
methods the most advauced , huicauo und sue-
ceiiful ,
.Send 4 cents for our handsomely Illustrated
IZu-imeo book. Conbuliatlou ( reu.
Call , cr vulte , eDdoslng turny ,
Hi's. ' Betts A Mb
110 South 11th St. , N. K. Corner MUi
u nil Douf'ltu Sti
Omaha , Neb.
I'crsnnslio bavo loit properly fro n foil in
raids choiild II o their claims under tbo ! ml. an
Dupro uton Act of Mar-'h ' , IS 1. 'Iho t moU
limited , un I the claims are taken up by tha
court > n tbo orJer ! n will -h they arc ! ic.'olvul
Talc 3 Notice that all contractJ cntoro I into
with attorney. ! prior to tha At arj mill
mill r.nJ voi.l. Infi > rm itlon Kh'uu unl al
claims promptly a tciulc 1 to by thu
OMA1-IA. ,
rCfThls Iliiroan Is ciiarantcc 1 by the
Omaha IU > c. Iho I'lonoor 1'10--i 'in I Ihu = jn
All lm isof Dvu.iif anil Cluiiiiln done In th. )
bl'-'htst htyloof iho ait. K.uli'il an I htilnol
fabrics mailo to look us t'uuil as now. Hod
fo.ithi'rscluano I by ttoani In flrst-olass niun *
nor Work jironiptly done and dulivuroj In .ill
] iuts of iliu lountry. i-cml for urlvo Hht ,
0. A. MAUIIAN. - - IMI
1 H.IIlio idw ly. No ir Vorlh voitjri
( JOUXv'II < lliU.'ifl , 10 VI.
We ppni ! Iho mnrTnlniiB French.
rneJy CAI.THOQ fet-p , nml al
lc nl guarantcuthat CAMIini
, I.TIII * DUcbnritc * A Knitoln ,
{ 'Dili : Mirrmilorrirn.I'.rlcucclc I
uud IlKHTOICi : l.iul Mfor ,
L'seit ani fav tj'satitf.rit.
> dJrriiVON MOHL CO. ,
Hall inrrtnn Acriti , dntlouill ,
Chas. Lunkley.
I'lincriil Director autl Undcrt I'd-
Ull Broadway , Council UlulTs.
\VANTKI- Hood Rlrl for Ki'iioru hous-
v > \\orlc. Cull tit IU - Tlilnl iivi'iiuu , small
fiunlly ; guod wnurs. Mrs. II , lo , Wlilinuy.
iriT A KOUII yoiiTiTTiorto
pay In oarpuntur work. Apply to f.cunurd
K\orott , Council Hltiira.
IU IU\VA fiirms for s.ilo , Iinprovud 18) ) acrua
In llnnlMin county , JIO.no uorufrr ) ! 1'Jincrca ,
Improved , IW.UU : H } uurvs. tlT.U' . Kor bar-'ilns
In Iowa ami Nolirnslcn faiinsciill nn or wrlto
to JuhiMon k. Van I'.ittun , Coiinell IllnlU.
riAI-KOH KXOHANaK-Clty und fnrni
propurly. K. II. tihuafu , il'way and Main.
| rJlTiliNT ( : DnoliTnZH In all "parts of tlio
L' city. K. ll Shuafo , llroadway and Muln.
iroit HAliU Acro.iKo nuarolty ailaploil for
JL1 fruit and Kardmi iiurHasea. U U , fhuafo ,
llroadnuy nnd Mnin streets.
DrsiHMIIiKhouto formula \Vo Imvo for
Kulo thu ulojnuit licmso dI A , Mlllor , bit-
nut ud nt the corner of riccond iitonilo anil
KlL'htli btrout , Inuluilln , ' two lots. Ono of tlio
llnuit houses In thu oily. Day & lle.j.
SML Insldu ri'Shlonco anil business
property at a bargain. If you \\.mt. an In-
Vestiiicntorn housofceo us. flay , \ Hess.
KOOMK to runt anil fnrnlturo for b.ilo at a
bargain , Knijulru ul 'Mi Moriliiui block. 7
to U D. in.
1/UJlt HKNT--A iooil { furinof iliO aorou , only
-L. si miles from Council llluirs. Apuiy lo
l.uouurJ Evorutt , 1'ourl l. , Cuuucll lilull * .
After Yis of Unsucosssful Soarcli for
Cure- , Atari nnil rtiu Qot Holloffrjn
the Chlnuj Doo.or-V Vjli.it / Tn.
OMAHA. Nob. . .Tun. 18 , I83i
To whom It May ( 'oncorn :
This Is lo cortffy tliul 1 huvo boon a
constsuit sulToror for iniuiy ventM with
cnUirrli , nslliiiuv and bronchial nlToo-
lions of the Uiroit. : ami trioil nil the
ixitont medicines and romodloj I overheard
hoard of , but with no success. I heated
with doctors in various parts of the
country , but none of thorn i-onltl do mo
any < 'ol ' further than tflvlnjj nn shop
temporary lo'.lef. I MitTorod nlirht an
day. and continued to tfnw worst ) not
withstanding all the niediclno L htv.l
takon. I hail almost clvun upmyciso
ns hopeless when I WMH informed by
frlondof Or. O. Coo Wo , the Chlneso
doctor , and advised to o and see him in
the hope o ( tfottinir relief at least , if not
a permanent i-tiro for my trouble I was
blow in nmkinir up my mind to malco
Hiu-h a radical chanuo in my treatment ,
as I know a trlil with the Chinese tloc-
tor would brinji mo , but I dually con
cluded to give him a trlil. BO I called at
his olhce with that intention. I round
thn doctor n clover , entertaining pontlo-
mn.ii , thoroughly Dost'oii on my condition
tion , and it took'otily n vary short tlmo
to convince mo th it ho was the parly I
was BO long in soaroli of. Ho told mo
my case was curable , and that ho could
euro me. nnd prctured mo a stiecial
tie itinont to suit my condition , and in
two weeks t was so much boltc- : that I
bud the fullest confidence In the doctor's
ability and committed my case to his
treatment. I continued to { jroiv batter
rapl ly and am mpw onti olv well. 1
owe my euro to Dr. C Goo Wo , and am
not ashamed to admit it. ladvisoall
who want relief from their troubles to
c-illon Dr. C. Ueo Wo. and they will bo
cured. For all particulars np'dy OP
write to MAIITIX L. ANI > IUSO.V. :
! 5121 Cuminjj St. , Omaha , Nob.
1311. C. GKKVO ,
Iloziitnrrrulunlonf Oliliipsa modmliip. oljht
years' study. Ion yu irspiajfca Tro iw 1110-
eessfuliy ull dlso.isos Known to snirerliiihu-
KooH. plants and herbs nature's remeilhis
bis iiiiMU'inut the world liU wltni-sH ; 1'JJJ toi-
tlinonliia. Uill nnil set ) him , Oonsnit uloti
free , lias also < onitantly on Ii > n I romtul 01
for the following ( llseasot roiulv | in ; ] > iro.l :
Astlrna , Catarrh , Khuilin it sin , I inline Uon ; ,
Lost Mnnhoo ' . 1'otnaio W ikntss. hleU Ho id-
11 die , H'oo.l I'lirlllnr. nnd Klein y an I 1'vor. '
1'rlco , one dollar jiur boltlo or six fur lire ilnl-
Inrs. Those who o innot rail , one osa - ' - 'unt
at.imp for question list an 1 full p irtl"H ars.
Onlia Medical and
Eye & Ear
it in SniWil :
f.iBll lies , Hppnriliis nnd Uu.uolloi
for snuei'ssfiil tr > ! aliuoiit of nvory form
of illsuasn ruijiilrln r inuUlu.it or
Mir ie il tru.itiiniit.
M boas for p.ulonK bo rcl nn I attendances.
lltHt luToiiinJntions In tlio west ,
ivr lo for fir ulirs on duformit us un.l
I riiMjtruses , club fool , o irvitnrusaf < ; > luo ,
lilies , minors c inuorcifirrh , liront'h't s. In-
h.il.ulon.o uclrlL-lty , pir ilysls , rulliMisy , Icld-
noy , b a.ldi'r. cvc. e.ir , lln an I bloo 1 an 1 nil
Mir l ' 'iI on T ition-i.
UlODAuD'J Ut WUlllDn llnolcnn D.soism of
Women I ItKK.Vo havuliitolv ad led i lyin-
In < lop irtmoul fur women durln. eiiiiltnumonU
Hrlrtly IT v ile.l Only Itoliahlo Jludleal lu-
bllluto nialiln : i Snocl illy ot
A 1 II oed Dluuasos Rili'cussfuily troatoL
ynhliltlo I'olson icmovcil ( rum thu systoiu
without nit'ruiiry Now Urstoratlvo I'rual-
niont for l.o s of VH'AIj I'UWI.IL l'nr-.oiis 1111-
nblu toKtns nmv bo troituil at homo hy
loiinsimii oiiei1. All communications eonli-
duntlal. Mo I eliiL'N or Instruim-iU .stint l < y
ma 1 ' , - . ! od '
ori'Npiest si-euro.y pac > , no niii'\sto
Hid cntiieiintuntHor sundor. Onu pi-rson-il In-
\i-rr \ i'vv prt'fi-rro I. Call and consult. IM or sonj
history of your etiso , and uo will sund In p'.aln
wrapuor. our
TH MhM I'llER : Uiinn I'rlvnta ,
iu men , or xorvin on.
s. Iinpotoncy. S.-phllls , Gluut an I V.ulcu-
cu'e , with ipiiHt on Hit.
llru'es , Apnllnnocq for fufnrinltlo4 > 5c Triisai ,
Only manufactory In the Westof i/ < i > < > t n-
I'J ) . ( I I'l.l iAL'r.,1 , Tltl/ati. * , Kl.l.UL'lllO
ll.l Tl'Klt I'.H A , \ H Jt 1:1. 7.S.
Omaha Medical and Surgical Institute ,
2Oth and Broalway , Co inoll BluTi.
Ton mliiiiti",1 i Ido f rein cunlur ot Jin ill i on
Omaha null iViiin 'II lllillT * iMnc-lrli ) miilor linn.
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
Now , modern , woll-nppolntoJ , thor
oughly woll-Uopt , $ J a day ,
OI Council HluHi.
Oupttii itcotc 8i.ooon
euiplusuiiJTrollta HOOtHt
NctOupltil an I Surplm . 8VtOOUtt
llructorJ ) l > Kil nJ.iliai , H. Ii Hlrjfirt , K ( )
Cilomon , K tt lUrt , I. A Mllllr , J V ilHa'iun
uniH.'Imrlo H llnnnnn Trunsnct KCiiunil iMiik-
lux biuinum. l.triosl caplttl unil surplus oT
liny hunli In i-outhwoblorii lowu.
W. C. E3TEP ,
tetor I BnM

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