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Council 131uT ( Lumber Co. , coal.
Craft's chattel loans , 201 Bapp block.
A marrlriBo llcciisovns Issuca ycstordny
to Albert 1 inrrls and Clnra La Chnpcllo , botti
of Council Ulufta.
The Veteran Fireman's association will
plvo their nnnual ball at the Masonic temple
on tha evening of May 11 ,
A largo mi N , her of Council Uluffs people
nttcndcd the Apollo club concert last , evening
nt Boyu's theater In Oimthn.
The rains \Vedncsdiiy night did con-
eliternblo rtamniro to the hillside gardens in
the eastern purl of the city ,
A bnd washout on the Burlington ro.nl not
for from OliumwaOclnycd nil the trains on
that road for several hours yesterday.
A , M. I3cnrdsoy ! bns taken out a permit to
I'll lid n fJ.fWU fnuuo dwelling house at itho
corner of Pierce street and Park uvcnuo.
There will bo work In the second degree
in KxcuUlor lodge Xo. U.VJ tbi.s evening. A'l '
inaHier Masons In the city are Invited to be
The Industrial school , located at 2.T3 Uroad-
way , will Kivoun etitortuinment this evening
In the IlUKhcs building. The "Story of
Jesus" Is the subject. Admission 10 cents.
A case of scarlet fuver was roportoil yes-
tcrduy at the residence of II , U. Hopkins ,
\vtio lives at Mornlngsldo. Thrco cases of
the same disuase are also reported at Uiu
homo of Mrs. Youiib'lovo ut the transfer
Ttio ropular scml'Uionthly meeting of
( Golden Hoil en in n , No. 7 , Koynl Neighbors of
America , will bo hold this evening In
Knights nf Pythias hall , over 1U : ( Main
street , nt 8 o'clock. A full attendance of the
members Is desired.
Charles Conlcy hat been appointed to take
the place of the regular mombor.s of the lire
department \vnilu tlioy nro taking their
iiionthty lay olT of ono day. 'J'liu idea of
havltiK ' inliiutonion" has been abandoned ut
the suggestion of the new lire chief.
Nellie Hess and William Walker , a while
and black pair , wore found yesterday In n
compromising attitude by the wife of
Walker ami wore arrested on on information
( lied before .lustlo Hammer diarcui ; ; them
with adultery. They will have a hearing
this morning at U o'clock.
Charles Nicholson , the newly elected chief
of the 11 ro department , tendered his resigna
tion as constable yesterday to tha township
trustees. The appointment of some ono to
llll the vacancy thus caused will probably bo
made before the close of this week. Applica
tions nro already In from a number of stand-
in I , ' candidates.
Unity Guild of Oracn Episcopal church to
day serves dinner from II : 'I'J to 1 : 'M and sup
per from 5UU : to TW : : , after which the null
will bo cleared and prepared for the dance ,
a' ' , which lee cream and caliii will bo served.
Meals , -.1 cents cadi. A JniUsIou to the dance
( Including dance ribbons ) , -5 cents each.
lalby's orchestra , Masonic Hall.
Tno mooting of the democratic county cen
tral committee nud the Young Men's Demo
cratic club this evening will bo of more than
usual interest on account of the completion
of the liniil preparations for the coming stuto
convention , which meets hero on the llth
inst. From the present Indications tlio con
vention will bo the largest gathering in iho
history ol the state democracy.
There has been SIO in cash handed to Hcv.
Henry Dclong for the entertainment tonight
for the benellt of the Industrial school and
mission. The tickets ere only IU cents and
everybody should turn out and belt ) the good
caubc. Mr. Oolong has been working for six
months now without getting a cent for it ,
und as ho Is doing a grand good woric the
people ought to lend a helping hand. The en
tertainment will bo held nt Hughes' hall
( downstairs ) .
William Dean , a farmer residing In Wright
township , hired a strange man n short lima
ngo to work on his placo. Ho soon acquired
n reputation for honesty and virtue , but Inter
developments showed that the reputation
was undeserved. A day or two ago Air.
Dean woke up in the morning to llnd the
Etrangor gone , ana with him had disappeared
Dean's best suit of clothe ! : , a silver watch
nnd a few articles of less value. Neither the
thief nor the missing property has been heard
from since.
The authorities have decided to clean out
some of the unsavory characters that huvn
infested the city for a long time past. Yes
terday n prosecution thai was commenced a
few days ago against Mrs. Hiclmrdson , who
runs n colored dlvo on Nortli Main street ,
was dismissed on condition that she leave
the city at ouco. Two of the young fellows ,
who attempted to break out of the city jail
Saturday night , were also given an oppor
tunity ot taking log bail , and the opportunity
did not go bogging ton minutes.
Tuo park commissioners have commenced
1 making some needed repairs on the lake In
Fnlrinount p.irk by putting In a cement bottom
tom , the gumbo bottom having become
cracked so as not to bo w.iter tight. Uut little -
tlo money will be spent on the park this
f > cason until POUIO dcllnito conclusion Is
reached with reference to the Madison street
motor line. It is stated that J. O. Bixby ,
the plaintiff In the suit , has offered to dis
miss ttio Injunction suit if the motor com
pany will pay him for the paving between
the track.s and all tno uttornoy foci ho has
Incurred during the suit. This odor has
been rejected by the company.
An Attractive Art Siilo.
Messrs. Hiloy nnd Shcrrmlon , the tirt-
tiits , linvo purcliiised the Chapman art
Btoro and after J'tiuo 1st will rowovo it
to15 Main Btroet , under their photo
graph gallery. Until that Unto , for the
purpose of mivlnff cost of moving , art
Kooils will bo scld nt actual cost nnd
fraiiUH at a heavier discount than at any
of Chapman's special sales. This will
afford , i splendid opportunity for art
lovers to secure bargains.
Candlelight ton uy the guild of St.
Paul's at fi-1 Hroadway , Saturday , May
7. from 0 to 0. Come nntl bring your
friends. _
I'KKSOXAI. 1'AKMIH.ll'lia.
HOD. I ) , F. Clayton of Macedonia Is In the
Hon. Thomas Bowman loft last evening
for Washington , O. C.
MUs Stella Fllckingor of Crouton Is visit
ing relatives in Iho city ,
Itev. D. C. Franklin of Atlantic was In the
city yesterday , on his way homo from the
Methodist conference ,
Mr. nnd Mrs , Charles L. Hammoll have re
turned from their bridal trip to Spirit Lake ,
und will make thulr homo In this city.
Mrs. H. I. Forsytho and children are going
to spend u month In the cast , lint visiting
friends In Hockfoni , and tluu la tnolr old
homo In Indianapolis ,
Mrs , F4iinlo Spencer of Mlndon Is In the
city , u guest of her nephew , O , L. Martin.
She U on her way to Missouri Valley , whore
iho will make her homo with u daughter.
Charles H. McDowell has returned from
Philadelphia , where ho recently graduated
from tbo Huhnomann medical collage. Ho
will spend Bomo tlmo here before hanging
out bis khliiptlo.
Miss Alllo Lyon has returned from Lead
City , S. I ) . , where she has boon spending tbo
winter with her brother , W. M. Lyon. She
was accompanied by Mrs. W. M. Lyon , who
will visit friends in the city for a few
K. U. Fonda and daughter , Miss Lena ,
IOHVO this evening for Atlanta , Ua. Mr ,
Fonda goot as u delegate from Omaha divis
ion , No. IK ) , Brotherhood of Locomotive
Knclncora , to attend the national convention ,
which moots on the llth. After tbo conven
tion , they will take an extended trip through
tbonoutu ,
Dr. Chamberlain , eye , enr. throat ,
cuttu rh. Shugnrl block , Council lllulTs.
Pixtronl/o blue ice wagons for Mo. river
channel lea Mulhulluud & Co. Tel. llti
Threatens to Have Abe Lincoln Post's
Charter Revoked ,
lie Declares That the .Milliner In Which
the Proceeding * nf tlm Itody llvruino
1'ubllu .Mint Ho Kxplulncil
nt Onuo ,
The dropping of the name of Major Oeorgo
II. Klcn.tr.oud from tnc roll of Abe Lincoln
post , Grand Army of the Uopubilc , ha ?
caused a sensation In army circles nil over
the state , and apparently the end is not yet ,
The news has been telegraphed all over tha
state to the various papers aud has been
commented ou editorially far nnd
wide. The fact that the proceedings
ot the nest leaked out and appeared
in detail in Tnc Bnr. the next
day caused a tremendous sensation among
tbo members of the post. Threats of court-
martini ? have been freely nindo In case ttio
guilty Grand Army man can bo found out ,
but so far nil oilorts to llml n victim have
been fruitless. A committee 1ms boon ap
pointed , however , and Is now making a quiet
Investigation with a view to making somebody -
body Ultimately coufoss something.
Major Richmond is naturallv somewhat In
censed at the notoriety ho has gained from
the affair and hits donned the warpaint and
foatnera preparatory to making somebody
smart. Ho has decided to intend the stnto
llrand Army encampment , which opens next
Tuesday at "Ottumwu , and although ho is no
longer u member of tbo army , will lay the
matter before the council of administration ,
which has charge of Biieh matters , and will
endeavor to have the charter of Abe Lincoln
cost revoked on account of Inability to keep
n sorrel. Ho states that there is u cute of
this kind on record so that there Is already u
pi cccdcnt established.
Whatever circuniitances may indicate , It
is not purely n desire for revenge that leads
him to tnko tills step , but n determination to
leave no stone unturned in his opposition to
Colonel J. J. Slcadman In his candidacy for
aep.irtmont commander. When Colonel
Steadmiin was defeated in tno race for this
onlco n year ago It was generally understood
that It would be given to him this year with
out opposition and it will therefore take
some n.dicnl moves on the part of Richmond
to prevent him from getting the position. If
the charter can bo revolted Stoadman will bo
no longer a member of the Grand Army and
will consequently bo ineligible to the ofllco.
This is the reason why the Abe Lincolntlcs
are so anxious to llnd out where the leak of n
couple of weens ago was located.
Itostnit Stnro , Council Ulun's , In.
00 dozen ladies' rthhed vests , 5u each.
Ladies' shaped vest , On , three for --JC.
Ladies' shaped ves-t , llc ! { each.
Heavy weight sill ; trimmed vest , 17c.
"oo vest wo show in three makes , fin
ished with sillc , draw string , in white
and ecru.
Our UUe vest come in high and low
neck , sill ; trimmed.
AtoOcscoour Egyptian lisle in ecru
and black.
Misses'sillc vests in bhtclc , pink nnd
cream at "oc.
Ladies' sill ; vests in Dhul : < . pink and
cream , in narrow nnd derby rib , the
best $1 silk shown.
Gents' underwear , mode and ecru ,
shirt nnd drawers at 50c.
Lisle finish , shirt and drawers "oc.
Fancy striped shirt and drawers ( Med-
licott goods ) sold regularly for $ l.-o , our
price for sale Too each.
At 3c 5.000 yards challies , good col
ors , worth 5c.
At fie Chnllies on black ground.
Good assortment of dark colors and " 00
patterns , regular 7e goods.
Outing llannels oc , worth So ,
Outing flannels S.\e \ , worth 12c.
Half wool outing 1-jc , worth lOc.
'M percale shirting lOc , usuul price
Gingham , Sic , lOc and 12Jc. Fine
/.ophyi'H , 17c. Scotch ginghams , 2oo.
Hlack brocade sateen -ou and 'Ma n
yard. At 12je our line of wash goods
beats them all. All the latest things ,
such as cote do choral , cropon , Shan-
long , pineapno ! tissues , Bedford cords ,
Chilian cloth , over 1,000 pieces to select
from , nt ll4c ! per yard.
Council BlulTs , la.
Wall 1'iippr.
The newest designs , the largest stoci ;
nnd bv far the lowest nrices is at the
BOSTON STOUK. Estimates furnished
for papering. Nothing but the best
paperhangers employed. Everything
guaranteed. Figure with us when you
want Diiporing done.BOSTON
_ C'otineil BlulTs , la.
In tlio Courts.
The case of Hobson against the Chicago ,
Burlington & Quincy railroad was tried in
the superior court yesterday. It lias already
had ono trial , a jury having given a judgment
in favor of the plaintllT. The company then
filed n motion for a new trial , which con
tained 8omo rattier strong allegations with
reference to the court , and procured for the
attorney who lilcd It n vigorous roasting
from Judge AlcGeo. The motion was sus
tained , However , nnd yesterday the second
trial came off. When the plaintiff rested his
case it was found that the suit should never
have boon brought against the Burlington
road , but against the Kansas City , St. Joseph
& Council Bluffs , if any one. The
court accordingly took th ) case from the
Jury and returned a verdict for the
In the district court the case of Bailey
against Stoadman , over the ownership or "a
number of shuros of stock in iho Nonpareil
Printing company , was on trial. Tno as
signment for today is as follows : J. J. Coylo
against Dan Carrigg , D. M. West against
the Union 1'acillo Hallway company garnishee -
shoo of James McCoy , Keys Brothers against
I'atSweonov , ICevs Brothers against I'ere-
goy ft Moore , Kays Brothers against H , L.
Next Monday has been sot as the tlmo for
the trial in superior court of ' .ho ca o of
Crosstnml against the Council BlulTs and
Omahu Uridgo compans and the case of Kv-
crott against the Council Bluffs and Omaha
Motor company.
The IIoriMiloa lawn mower , with 10-
inch wheels , will cut high grass nnd
work easier thnn any other mower
mr.de. Wo keep also the genuine Phil
adelphia mower nnd several other machines -
chinos that > ve can sell cheaper than the
cheapest. Now refrigerators ; carload
just received. Dauntless nnd Warwick
oloyclos. 11 Main street. Shtignrt it
Son. Recollect that the new Dangler
Surprise is only gasoline stove that
possesses every quality of u gas stove.
Don't forgot the candlelight ton on
Saturday evening next , atSUl Broadway.
Who \VII1 Itfci'lvii the nrmorrutH.
Below nro given the names of the gentle
men selected by the democratic ) committee to
servo on the reception committee for the
state convention. There will Da u final moot
ing of the reception committee at 8 o'clock
this evening ut tbo superior court room , and
It is desired that all the members bo present ,
as complete arrangements for the convention
will then bo made , Tha committee ;
S , N. Murrey , chairman ; Lucius Wulls. S ,
B. Wttdsworth , Hon. W. J. Smith , S. U
J. M. Fonlon , 15. W. Hurt , ll.Tilton
U. J. Clan coy , J. O. Mitchell , J. II. Mlthen
K. P. MacConnoll , Potcr Smith , Charles M.
liarl , Hotr , J. E. F. McQeo , W. J. Jwnwon ,
W. J. Davenport , J. K , Cooper , L. A. Here- I
man , .1. W. PtroRO % J. 11. Paw , W. F.
Sapp , Jr. , H. II. Vim Urunt , tM. . Hunter ,
T. S. Campbell , Hon , H. E. Dcomor , T. U.
Daw. on , A. S. I'aieiton ' , James N' . Howman ,
J. M. Ualvln , A. W. UolKrnan. W. L. Thick-
Miin , J , C. Lange. William Arnd , E , A ,
Troutmnn , Emuictt Tlnlcy. /.tirmuehlen ,
Jr. , (5. ( U. Hannan , I. M , Treynor , John
Limit , H. S. Hawllns. August ucre'helm ,
John T. Hazon , G. A. K&bmson , A. T. Flick-
Infer , Hon. JJ. U. Lawrence , lion.
Spencer Smith , A. O. Wyland , John
M. Li\ne , Harry Newman. J. W. Boll ,
J. M. Scnnlan , W. H. Hoed , J. J. Stewart ,
C. A. Tlbbcts. E. F.Vittts , Ullliam Maloney -
lonoy , Ftank Trimble. J. M. Harstow , Ctnls
Hanson , lion , W. H. Ware , John P. Weaver ,
J. J. Fralney , F. U. Oii.inolla , Georpo M.
Wl'soii , Hen Matks , T. E. CiisiidyVado
Carov , .1. H. Dlderlck , J. A. Unurchlll. Dr.
Donald Macrae , W. H. Fisher , Lars Jensen ,
A. L. Fnzell , J. K. Macrae. T. H. Grelvor ,
Thomas Leonard , S. O. Underwood , J. G.
Hciser , E. E. Stomple , Hlloy Clark ,
A. M. Scott , B. F. Longshore ,
J. H. Matthews. J. H. Hlack ,
William Moore , E. H. OJoll. Hon. T. J.
EyansV. . E. Altehlsnn , E. A. Wlckham ,
Fremont IJonJiimln , Hon. H. W. Hrlegs , J.
I * . Teraploton , Fred (5oise. Jnines N'lehol , A.
T. Whittlcsoy. W. H. Kncplur. W. II.
Thomas , K. N. WhlltcUey , IraF. HcndrlcK < > ,
Hon. W. O. Jainns , Thomas Cnllaphtin , T. ,1.
Hartwell , W. H. GrnlT. .1. E. Kirkwood ,
Peter Jamison , U' . H. KlelT , Theodore
Kohlfs , J. H. Johannscn , Joseph Nnnsoll , J.
W. Crow , Elmer Anoy , Louis SUolton , C. W.
Unrdman , D. A. Coo. U. McLain , A. L.
Henarlck5 , M. F. Uohror , W. D. Hardln.
A Spli-ndlil Kiidorspmnnt.
Everybody in Council UlulTs knowa
George II. Meschendorf. Ho is ono of
our most enterprising business won nnd
n very successful ono at that , Mr. Mos-
chcndorf , like all human beings , Is not
without his faults tun ! his greatest ono
was drinking. I'o a reporter yesterday
ho recited the faets which eoroborale
his statement { riven below , us follows :
COUNCIL BIATKS , April 29. 181)2. ) I ,
the undersigned , am engaged in the
meat market business In which I tun
quite extensively interested In Council
HlulTs and Omahu and have boon for the
past twenty-six years. I dually con-
traded the'liquorlmbit , so much so that
nothing less than from live to thirty
glasses a day would satisfy inc. Feollng
it was injurious to myself , my family
and my business I sought the aid of the
iJliUK'hnrd Gold Cure. After treating
for the past twenty days am thoroughly
satisfied that I am absolutely cured of
the worst habit that man can acquire.
The treatment left mo robust and in the
best of health and today liquor is dis
tasteful to mo. Therefore , I cheerfully
recommend the Blnnrhard institue , 555i
Broadway , Council HlulTs , to my many
friends of this city and Omaha.
Gio. H. Mi
Veterans , Attention.
On the occasion of the department en
cnmpment of the G. A. R. , to bo hold nt
Ottnmwa , commencing May 10 , the C. ,
B. & Q. will sell tickets at ono faro for
the round trip. For particulars call on
O. M. Brown ,
Ticket Agent , C17 Broadway.
Rcitcr , the tailor , 310 Broadway , has
all the latest styles and newest gooli.
Satisfaction ' 'u.
The most fortunate man in town is
Geo. Davis , the leading druggist , bo-
oauso ho has exclusive ntrency for the
best prepared paints in the world , made
by Heath & Milligan.
Swanson Muiic Co. , M vso.ilc temple.
S K.V.I T01C J-V.V.V K.YW.Y/i7MT// > .
Correspondent Itelvi'l Ailinlts IIU Mtillce In
As iiiinig rinn.
CacsTox , In. , May 5 , ISpeclal Telegram
to Tin : Bun ] In the Fiun-Belvel cnso for
libel lu the district court of Taylor county ,
nt Bedford. Bolvol was refused a change of
venue , and this morning on trial Mr. Belvel
pleaded guilty to the change of malicious
criminal libel nud was sentenced to pay n line
of 500. That bonator Finn was not guilty
of tbo charge ma o by Belvel is generally
conceded. Mr. Uelvcl said that ho p.ssailcd
Finn because Finn had assailed Governor
Boles. Finn feels tore ut the Sunday Times
of Creston because It detailed some of the
evidence which was promised by the defense
anil a libel suit may follow.
Iiiwa l.lni'B Kluct OHIcerq.
Cr.DAit H\rm , la , May 5. [ Special Tele
gram to TDK BII : . ] The nnnual meeting of
the leased lines of the Burlington , Cedar
Haplds & Northern , including the Iowa City
& Wcsvcrn , Cedar Hanids & Clii.ton and the
Chicago , Decorah & Minnesota Railway
companies , was held in tbo general ofllccs in
this city today. The following olllcors were
elected : C. J. Ivns , president and general
manager ; J. C. Broek-imttli , vlco president ;
W. P. IlraJy. secretary ; S. S. Uorwart ,
treasurer ; H. F. S\ bite , chief engineer , The
only exception was that Holllstcr of New
York was elected treasurer of the Chicago ,
Deconih & Minnesota company and Mf.
S. S. Dorwart , assistant treasurer. Board of
directors : Iowa City & Western , C.
J. Ivcs , J. C. Brocksmith , W. P.
Drkdv. C , U. Ivos. and Theodore Stlcltnov ;
Cedar Rapids , Iowa Fulls As Northern , U. J.
Ivos , .f. C. BrocKsmlth , Robert WilliamW. .
P. Bradv. C. D. Ivcs nnd Theodore Stlcknov
of Cedar Rapids : Samuel Watson of Clinton ,
Alexander Paddock of Emmettsburg ,
Thomas H. Brown of Sioux Falls , S. D.
Cedar Rapids & Clinton , C. J. Ives , J. C.
Brocksmith , Robert Williams and C. D , Ivcs
of Cedar Raplols , and S. K. Tracy of Bur
lington. Chicago , Docnrah it Minnesota , C.
J. Ives , J. C. Urocksmlth , W. P. lirady , J. K.
IlnnnOfjan , Theodore Sticknoy nnd S. L.
Uows of Cedar Rapids , S. K. Tracy of Bur
lington ,
The efforts of homo talent are too often
treated with a leniency which runs into ful
some and undeserved llattcry , but tbo Auol-
loa challenge a higher criticism. In attempt
ing "Elijah" they undertook on ambitious
work , and U can bo truthfully sold that they
presented a more than ordinarily creditable
productlor. .
Tno buiMon of the solo work fell upon Mr.
George E. Holmes and Mrs. Torrons. Mr.
Holmes' bass is not particularly heavy , but
It has considerably richness , especially in the
lovver register , und ho handled it with con
summate hutll. Ho sane with line spirit and
throw a dramatio expression into his tones
thin was exceedingly effective. His work
was admirable throughout , nnd won frequent
enthusiastic applause.
Whllo Mrs , 1'orrons' singing lacked somewhat -
what of the force and verve which a
stronger soprano might Imvo thrown into the
part , especially when brought into contrast
with the virilu tones of Mr. Holmes , she has
a sweet , trained volco with flutc-lilco upper
notes and sang in line tasto. She sevcr.il
times won tbotrltiuto of beartv npnlauso nnd
was complimented with a uoautlful basket of
llowors passed over the footllu'hts.
Mrs. Katharine Fisko was prevented from
reaching Omaha by a washout on a r.illro.td ,
and her place was taken by Miss Kennedy
without preparation. There wua n sugges
tion of timidity In Miss Kennedy's Hrit
notes , which was entirely pxeui > ablo. but slio
carried her part thereafter with such ability
and intollipcnuo that ono can hardly sup
press a mild surprise that It should have
been thought necessary to send out of town
for a vocalist for the part.
Mexsra. Wilxlns and Troynor re illy had
minor parts , ana , wbilo it U pouiblo to conceive -
coivo them sung with more spirit , these two
soloists maintained their rouutations and did
acceptable work. Musts C/'larmon , Popple-
ton , llishop und Amsden appeared in several
quartettes and Irio-i , nnd it Is not too much
to say that their efforts were among tbo most
artistic and pleasing of tbo evening.
The work of the chorus was particularly
worthy of notice , nnd in its excellence Is
Director Torrccs' prnlso. The chorus took
Its first number with an attack which prom
ised well , and the hope was not disappointed ,
Tlio tenor * were apparently a little
weak in numbers , but otherwise the
chorus wus well balanced. It brought
zest and vigor to Its work , and
the improvement In its enunciation was
especially ( { ratifying. There were several
P'isshik' uUcordi in the accompaniments , but
us a whole the orchestratlou was excellent
aud strictly lubjcctlvo.
ii i
t ) . '
Tour Hundrctl of Ilia Ofthlry Out to Pieces
Near Vnlsncia.
tv ,
Why ( lenrrnl Crc po HIM Kullrd to Attnclc
tlio ( lovrrnnicnl'A 'StrmiKliold
.Merely u .Mutter ol Sentiment
Delull * f the right.
M da J.lmat flonlon Iltii'ieU.1
Lv Vii-roiiH , Venezuela ( via Galvostou ,
Tex.- ) , May 5. [ By Mexican Cable to the
Now Yorit"HeraldSpecial to Tun Ben.l
Shots were exchanged Tuesday between n
government picket guard and a toconnollor-
hip party of armed herdsmen attached to
General Guorra's division of insurgents.
The picket retired la quick orJer and loft
one dead ,
The sol/Airo of n vessel sailing from Ham-
biti-jj lately with arms lor the Insurgents has
caused a delay in the operations against the
government forces. General Mor.i wai or
dered a week ngo to move upon Valencia ,
but twodays after receiving the orders from
Crcspo's camp another Indian runner arrived
with Instructions to hold back , wait for
Arunjo and make no attack until advised to
do so. A portion of A ran jo's command is In
Carnbobo , southwest of Valencia.
Aranjo. after fottifylng a position near
Heljutm , has returned Into the slate of Los
Andes to raise nioro troops. General
Ybarra , who holds Valencia , has attempted
several sorties , but his troops have boon
driven back Into the city every tlmo. The
last reverse which he mot with was on May
1. He tried to send a detachment several
miles north nnd burpriso ono ot Mora's
camps , ill ) troopi wurn all mo'iutcd ' and
numbered about 400 men. Ybarra was not
In command. His cavalry rode straight into
an ambush , .vhcro they were surrouudod by
nearly TOO of the enemy.
Tlioy cut their way out , but loft nearly a
quarter of their number behind , killed nnd
wounded. I'lio retreating cavalry was not
pursuou. Young 1'ecro , n popular student
of Caracas , who acted oa uldo to the com
manding ofilecr , was killed.
Ilu WIIH Opposed to I'alacln.
Ho was engaged to bo married last spring ,
but the breaking out of Iho rebellion caused
a postponement of the wedding. His death
will bo regretted even by Iho opponents
of Palaclo. At heart ha was not In sympathy
with the dictator , but ho did not believe In
forcing a change In the government by resort
ing to rebellion. It was iho receipt of some
Intelligence in regard to the light which gave
rise to the rumors that Valencia bad fallen.
There scorns to bo a matter of sentiment
about the delay lu closing m upon Valencia.
AUJandro Ybarra , who is called""tho school-
master" by the Venezuelans , is married to
an American woman who w.ii a Miss Russell
of Boston. Her father was minister to Vene
zuela when she was married. General Ybarra
was nt one time n teacher In Caracas , hence
the sobriquet of the schoolmaster. Ho is n
flno looking young man , und ulnlo ho has the
appearance of a stage soldier ho has the
record of being a ligjitcr. General Crcspo
esteems Mrs. Ybarra highly. Siio has
bee-n on very good toriria with Mrs. Crcspo.
l-'or her sake probably the taking of Valencia
tun been retarded. It is said that she begged
Crospo , in the event of Ybarra's fall , to save
his life. General Crcspo kno.vs that the
blacks under Mora could hardly bo restrained
by their commander and the capture of
Vbarra might mean Tiis death. There is
great activity aboutVictoria ; , but Crcspo
is playing gamo. Mystery still surrounds
the fate of Cnsanas.
Hotel Gordon , 831) ) ' 'Broadway , has re
cently changed hands , and is being thor
oughly renovated. .Clean b.-ds ; prompt
service ; table first chisn. .
Aitclrem oil tlio Siilijuct Issued by the lllr-
iiiliighatii Conference.
BIIIMIXOIUM , Ala. , May 5. A majority of
the members of tbo alliance conference which
adjourned yesterday favor enforcing their
demands through a people's party. An elo-
taenl developed which was opposed to any
action which would appear like interference
with a member's riht to vote the democratic
ticket if ho wished to. The losult of the de
liberations is an address Issued to the order ,
as the address states , by the presidents nnd
executive officers of Tennessee , Kentucky ,
Missouri , Texas , i-ouisiana , Mississippi ,
Georgia , West A'irginia and Flotida , to
gether with members of our national
executive committee , national legisla
tive committee , national committee and 1'resi-
dent Polk. Alter expressing hope and en
couragement , the manifesto runs substan
tially thus : The following rules of action are
sujgostcd as well calculated to enable this
order to enter in the coming ordeal of n Ihreo
political contest aud come out strengthened
and perilled :
Ono Let snlrltof harmony prevail and
lot unity of action bo ihe rule. Let none con
demn n brother who stands squarely by the
pvinolples nf the order or speau in : niy way
lili-liiir.igliiRly or ( llsroneclfuiry of him bu-
eansu Hioy nny d I tier as to Iho best methods
of enforcing our principles. Grant to every
hi other honesty of piiMio-e .
Two l.ut feitlty to the prlnclp'ci of the
order bo the true an.I only test
of membership , and let those who value
their uiirtlsmi alllllatlons more than thulr ; il-
lliinco obligations bu Informed that their
order demands strict and full devotion tolls
principles nnd leaves oa''h to hlsir.vn choice as
to the methods , but that met ho.I can In no
case control the prlnelplo and , llioicforc. nil
who alllilale should accent us supreme the
prn ! 3 D os of theor < ! er.
Three Any member who tikes the ob'.lca-
tlon always-administered to those \\\\o \ \ join N
llrst told as u condition niucodont nnJ nnon
which all that Is to follow Is predicted : "Thai
It shall In no wuv Interfere with your politi
cal or religious liberty. " Therefore , nils order
iiu sueh , or any of Its branches , h.is no right to
take any partisan , political or sectarian rellg-
lou.s action. Wo nrxo upon the brotherhood of
all lufurm organisations und all goo I cltl/ens
who believe a wo do , that the enactment of
laws based upon our demands Is for Iho pre
servation of the free Institutions of our j-'ov-
cininent. and to rescue the masses from de
graded servitude ; that they use all honorable
means to seeiiro the oloetlon of men to their
nntloniil legislative council who etuml pledged
to tvork for the p.issiuo of sueh laws ; and ,
finally , brethren , remember that devotion to
our prlnulpleseun only l.u uniphitM/od anduur
al lance make free by voting our demands ut
the ballot box ,
Wo send urectlns to the brotherhood In the
north und great northwest and nssiiro them
that our hearts bout In unison with them In
thulr ulforts for InduNtrliil freedom und wo
will .itund by them In ; nil lumluhio elforts to
red com the country tiui\ | the clutches of or-
gunUcd capital , and the men who stand with
them at the ballot birx'for ' the enforcement of
uuriicnmnUa. , . _
llASTJffUS 'fffitrs XUTKH.
lUtuth of llov. llarvejVlllliimH of Imvu
Treasurer raiil'tfijiirouuliliii ; Trial.
HASTINGS , Nob. , May , ! > . [ Special to Tin ;
Hun , I Uov. Harvey \v"illiam % of Tabor , la. ,
died yesterday in thnh'ospltal hero. Ho was
in Hastings for his health ,
Last night a logiouiof select knights of tbo
Ancient Order United Workmen was organ
ized In this city wittfj"n laruo membership
The legion hadoncn 'jirovlous organization ,
but for some reason or'bthor discontinued its
sessions , fj
The city school board reorganized , after
the newly elected members had been seated ,
on Tuesday night by electing , II. Lan-
nmg president anil Ira Ford secretary. A
number o ! teachers were on the anxious soul ,
out the matter of appointments was. deferred
until Juno ,
The report of Export liiitcllfT ,
who has bion for three months
examining thn books of tbo county treasurer
has now been completed and is ready to bo
snbimtto.1 to the county Hoard of Super
visors at its next meeting. The report has
not as yet been bhowti to the nublic. but It
will cover six pages of typewritten matter
and will contain several surprises. The nil-
parent shortage under the last administra
tion will bo Increased considerably and the
county will im found to ewe a former treas
urer a few hundred dollars , Ex-Treasurer
Paul will have his preliminary hearing Mav
10 , while his ox-dop-jty , E. Fist , will appear
for trial at the Juno term of the district
The rainfall of tbo tlrtt four months of
this year bat been tuoro than for eight
months In tl e average year. The weather
has been altogether too cold for much agrl
cultural work and all crops are unusually
backward tuU year. At first the rainfall
was received Jovfully , but now n feeling of
nnxlety Is predominant.
Itrlranod by the Court.
NionruiiA , Nob. , Mar < i. | Spcelnl to Tun
line. J The case against William Townsend ,
charged with seducing his daughter , re
ported In Tuesday's Ur.n , was heard In se
cret session before Judge Chamber * yester
day morning , everybody being excluded to
the witnesses not on tbo stand. The cir
cumstantial cvldenco was very damaging.
The physicians failed to bring out such tes
timony as It w.is clalricd they could furnish ,
while neighbors wore very reluctant in
swearing ns hard ns they talked. This case
has bftcn neighborhood gossip for nearly * n
year nnd pretty generally circulated , neigh
bors even threatening to rid the country of
him. County Judge Chambers rolcated the
prisoner aud taxed the coils against tlio
Nelmnkii .Mortgages ,
Sritrn.nn , Neb. , May 5. [ Special to TUB
But.l : The following Is the statement of
the Indebtedness record of Co'.fax county for
April : Farm mortgages tiled , HO , SJSii ! ; ;
released , UT , ยง ; Klj07.7.'i. ! Cltv mortgages Hied ,
f > , M.SiW.OO : released , 7 , SI.OO.VOO. Chattel
mortgages llled , $ iy,7)1.7'J : ) ; released , SiO-
Hni.nugriK , Nob. , May fl. [ Special to Tin :
Hrn. ; ] The following Is the list of mortgages
llled and released In Phelps county for
April : Farm mortgages Hied , forty-six ,
$3 : > , iS ; ; > .9l ; released , thirty-live , ' > O..T.i-n : ) ;
city mortgages Hied , eight , fl.l'.XUlS ; released -
leased , cloven , $7,7118.20 ; chattel mortgages
llloil , 2Si > , lV > : ! 0.r > o i released , eighty-live ,
SJt.llV.B. _
l liy u 1'eildler ,
HAMPTON , Nob. , May .1. [ Special to Tin ;
Bui : . I A peddler , supposed to bo an Ital
ian , committed an nssiuilt upon tha poison ot
Mrs. Rudolph F.irmrJcht Saturday. The
authorities wcra notified and are now on the
hunt for the culprit.
Siillnct County I'liinuer letl. :
Fnisi : ) , Nob. , May . | Special Telegram
to Tun llci : . | Jair.es Klddlo died nt this
place this nf lei noon at the ngn of IU years.
He was the oldest man in Saline cour.ty.
The remains will bo taken to Orliud , 111. ,
for burial.
. i .v : o u.ii ! . iixn.
1\\o \ \ sale of seats for the engagement of the
Miller opera company , which will give four
Both the method and results
Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste , and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidnej'3 ,
Liver and Bowels , cleanses the sys
tem effectually , dispels colds , head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its land ever pro-i
duccd , pleasing to the taste aud ac-
ccptahlo to the stomach , prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects , prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances , its
manvcxccllentqualifrics commend it
to all and have niado it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 75c
bottles by all lending druggists.
Any reliable druggist who may not
have it on * hand will procure it
promptly for any ono who wishes
to try it. Manufactured only by the
Loui3ViLLE , ;
_ _ _ _
Of Coim.-ll llhni.
Capltil Mco'f fil.'inOf > )
Surplus an I 1'roiits Sl > , < ) ( : t
N'otCupltiil anl Surplus fSVit ) , < f)3
| iri'Ctori--l. | I ) . K I nil U n. K. Ij. Siuir. . r' )
nicniini , 15. B. Ilirt , I. V. Mlllir , .1. V. lliMini
nnil Churlei It. Hannan. Trans.iutKonor.il btnlc-
Ins business , Lur oit capltil uud surplus of
any bunk in Southwestern Iowa.
performances of the pretty comic opera
"Shin Ahoy , " nt DoyiVft N'cw the ter , com-
mcnclnp Friday ovcnlnp , opened this morn-
Inp , nnil the rapid manner in which they
were sold Indicates that thu Omaha public
appreciates n Rood thln ( ? when they have the
opportunity presented. The company In
cludes such people as Harry Hell , .1 nines K.
Sullivan , Harry Standlsh , Louise Montnpuo
nnd Florence Dunb.ir. There nro three
acts In "Ship Ahoy , " the first Is In tlir Isle
of Palm * , the second on tbo quarter tlecK of
the United States cruiser Cuckoo , nnd tlm
third In the reception room of tbo Hotel
liygeanenr Fortress Monroe.
On Sunaay evening next the doors of Fnr-
iium Street theater will swIiiK wldo open for
iho great scenic production ot Lincoln ,1. Car
ter's "Fast Mall , " The rallwny lias often
been used by the drnmatlst , but never before -
fore to such nu extent as In Carter's famous
Dliiv , "Tho Fast Mall. " A freight tr.iln wllll
fourteen cars , n lighted cnboosc and it full-
sized locomotive , with engineer nnd llrcman ,
crosses the stage In the most realistic and
nnlby manner , while later in iho play n Kroat
Mississippi river steamboat , with bells and
whistles and engines In ( nil operation , moves
In and explodes with torrlllo foroo. A great
scene is also Riven of Nlngi rn In real tiimb-
lltil ? water. The company is a most ofllclent
one. and thcro Is it preat deal of fun to io
wltn the sensational cfTccts. A special oar
lor the scenery U uscu , and everv det.ill Is
carolully looked to In the stage nroductlon of
the play.
A Written Guarantee
to Cure Kvcry Caao or
Money Hefundo.l.
Or.rciiio Is | ioimaiontnii.lrot : K imtclil u up. Cmi > J
tti\li'tl cTCi yi'iirsnsob.iTonoror KPOH a nymplom
flncp. lljdiorrlbinte.tio fullrwoc.nn Irut you t > r
ninll.Mi , ! wo ulTJ Iho nne ; tronu Ku.i uta3 to rurJ
cr refunil nil inonoy. Thoio ului prefer to comu hero
frrtri'nlmcntcnnilo * onal wo nlllmr rnllroiilMra
tiolh ways nml holol bills nhllulicro , If wo full to CUM
Wo flinllcnRctiio worl > l torn riuj Unit our Mnuls
Itrmrily will not euro.vrlt for | mrllcllnr < nn I k'ct
llioovlttcnco. In our SOTO.I yenrfl t'tnclloo ' nlth the
MnclcHoiun Ir It lim I'opn most iliniciilt to oTrrcomo
the projiittlco1 * nuntnst ftncnllcd spoclilLH. llut un Icr
ourctrotiK punrntitnc thuiM'ituls tire trying ttniul bo
liiECiirol. WoRimrintoa U euro or rofunl cvprj
iollnr ! , nn.l niwoliiiro n reiiuin'lon to protect , nl < o
flnaiiclnlt > acVlnior.V .tKMt ) Is pcrfccllr nfo to nil
who will Irjr the IrrHtincnt , llvroUHura you Imvo
rullhiRUp nml imyln.i out your mono/ for dlTo nt
Iri'nliucntnml nlllioiiKh you nro not yet enrol no
onalm | iulibiit | ! your money. Wo will poiltlvjly
cure > oti , UIJehrontctleopio.ito 1 cnto * curoltnJ )
lo'.UiUy < . Invotlln'.o our llni\nclil : i > linh'ii , o ir
tcimtnllon ns burlnes ) inon , Write us for nnmes an I
nddroBcsof the o N o hire curoJ who liaa Rlvon
prrnit > ? lento refer to lhon. : It coU you only poit-
npptoUo tlitn. If your pymptom * nro Bore ttiro'lt ,
mucous pnt.-hcs In mouth , rheuinnlt m In tiono'nnt
JoltitH , luilr fnllluK out , eruption * on nny part of iho
l'Otlyfeo'.lntf of ? oneril ilcprc * ton , pnlns In lioalor
boni'.t. Vou hrvvuno tlmo tj wu to , Tiioto who nro
ronXnnlly tivMiiB mcroury niul pol ih , sliouM illt-
continue It. Cunstnnt u pof thcso druK * will ruroly
brliiit sort'j nml rnllnit ulcenln the vn.l. Dou't full to
write. All rnrrvupuiiilvnea ! noaloJ In plnln un'
vclopp. Wo InvHo llioino'l Hid 1 InvoitUnttou anJ
will Jo all Inour powcrto M lyoulnlu AJ-tron ,
COOK REMEDY CO. . - Oirmha , Noh
OM'.Y '
S50O fur a case of I.o T or I'.tti.t.v.i MM
linoi < , ( Joncrxlor N IIVDUS Don irvv. weak-
ni'ssof lidy nr in I ml. the utreut4of error tor ox-
cesves'.ii nlil or youiu tlrit wacatinoteiiro. Wo
ciinr.inteuovory eiso : or r"fii'id ovury iloll ir.
Five il'iy ' > trlal trnitincnt 41 , full rour o * l.
I'orceptlh.o benolli-i ro ill/ud In three ( l.-vvi.
Uy tini'l ' , securely pioUol from obi.rvatlon ,
L'OOlv ItKMEDV CO. . CM Ml < . N : il
MAfilP l'KVM3 ISIXit'l.ATOIt. S'jifj mil
fuf\UIU Curtain to , i day nr money rufiin lo.l
liy mall ns'uouroly aoilol from obsorva
t'.on. ViHUt tttiJlti.t i' C < > . , Omahu No ! )
Dr. O.
Hi'llrvi's lleailarlici ill onu nilnillo
nntlvlll euro
llri'iiln , t'crrrainl slfliii' ,
ttlicinniitlsni , J.'rifhj'.iM > I * < I ,
Ili'iirt Hhi'itf , * / . 1'ilnn Dance ,
1'iolniMH.i .Inl , I'uriili/.iin ,
l > r l"U ,
JMIIIK llncli , kerofalu ,
Coltl Fui'l , 1'ltrt ,
t'il.i ,
J.tiiil 1'otiinnltig ,
Lom nf rilillitl/ , Iliinlllltl lli'ill.'llfnt.
I licit < > f .Vrrrc f-'ftrcu mill I'li/tir ,
HiiliKinnil I.lifr Coiniiliilnt ,
fi'rrroiiiiui'tii Kinl nil lllti'iitm trlirre
tlirre in a J.nelt o , ' I'voprr .Iclioit.
IlattcrlcH nr < > ICuolly Iti-ucxvcil nml
Cleaned anilrlll luM Cor Your * .
Call and examine them.
1506 Douglas St. , Omaha , Neb.
Are Quickly Married. Try it on your next
Have No Equal.
ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS arc unapproachable in
curative properties , rapidity and safety of action , and are
the only reliable plasters ever produced.
They have successfully stood the test of over thirty years'
use by the public ; their virtues have never been equalled by
the unscrupulous imitators who have sought to trade upon
the reputation of ALI.COCK'S by making plasters with holes
in them , and claiming them to be "just as good as
stand to-day endorsed by not only the highest medical
authorities , but by millions of grateful patients who have
proved their efficacy as a household remedy.
Beware of imitations , and dp not be deceived by misrepresentation. Ask
for AI.I.COCK'S , und lut no solicitation or explanation induce you to accept
a substitute.
Purely Vegetable end Strictly
They net niHKCTI.Yiiml PROMPTLY
on the Ijlvor nml Stonmuli , rostorinpthu
constipated organs to healthy notlvlty ,
utul tire u POSlTlVHimd PKKPKCTLY
ACHK , niUOUSNKS.S , nnil nil other
diponsrs arising from n disordered con
dition of the Llvor and Stomach.
They nre the Only Itellblo Vrgntahlo I.'vpr '
I'lll Soldi Tltpy nro IVtfivtly HiirmluM ) They
re I'tiri-ly Vivot nblei Try Them.
Ul { . Selienck'N Hook un Consumption , Liver
riimpliilnt mill Dvspopsln Hunt I'ree.
ll.J. 11. SiMIRNUli it SO N , 1'hllndo 1
Bee Bureau of Claims
For Inventions
Bee Bureau of Claim ;
Tqunl with the Interim of ihtno liMrlni ctil n
npnlnit thn uvorniiiLMitli tliAt of INVK.Vl'OIH , w'u
( iflenloio Iho bjnuill of Tahiiblj laroalU'ii U..Mnu
ot tliu Incunii'Uluncr or l.iattoiitloa of Itu altoruJM
employed to ubUiln thulr pttanti. Too mucliotri
rnnnot bu otorcliut la o u.tlu/liK coaiiH it ut I
lollnblo mile ton to procure paluiui , for I'll v. t.n
of p.ttcntil.ipiimli k'roitlr. If notoatlrolr , upon tM
cure itinl .skill of the .itlornir.
Wlllitlio vlgir of pnnootlnj Inronlori frj n worts
! ct > H orcirv'ln * ! nttornar * . ( itul uf oln c 1 1 tt nirj3-
tlom nro troll prutnclal t > r T ill I p.ttuati. Til 1C il ) . ]
1IUKKAU tmi rcit.ilru.t . couniol ut.urt lu
prnctlcu ; mid 1 1 tliorofura propiroJ u
c.fiitnlimttoiu ,
i' rejertnl cane * ,
ti-it.la mur.'cf nil I ra ; > vtf 7tt
ltii < li' > nnl fill ! f.
I runrfitv fiiiI : ( f3/Tei : Iit frl n 7 IMII 3
HiilfHtf. . , ra.
If you Invo.in Invoutlun on h.in.l in I TUB I1H3
DL'JtKAl ? n kteh ( or photograph ttioraaf , to otMir
Hlih n brluf tlo orlptlon of tlio licportmt toiturji ,
nmi you will l > o 0110.1 mlrlnu 1 ,11 to til ) bdit c.i'iriat )
pursue. Muilolj nni not IIOCOIH try union iu : in j i *
lion h of u uj.npltcitoil inturj. If othari urj 1 1.
f rliiKln1 : on year rlichti , or If you nr3 c.nriu 1 wlt'i
Infrliitf MniMit Dy otiiorf. sn'i nit I'll initt.trto I'll 4
IIUIIK.U ; lor n rullnlila Ol'IMO.N butorj uciUJ4 :
the HKiUer.
2-20 Ik-u Hull linOnu'u , Xe'i.
S yTh's ltnroiu : l LMI ininlou.l hy th
Oniiih i It"0 , the I'lonoor I'rmi un.l the B.ia
Kr.inelsL'ii K\unlnur
Cut this out and sonl it with your 1 1
C <
ami m\M \ r"
lk-st fas I'llRS , npnar.itns nnd Ito-nolloi
for suceossf ill tro tlinciit of nvory furm
of disnasu roiiiilrln ; inodlfal or
stir Icil truatinenc.
SO beds for paUunts , hoinl nnl : iittond.-inao.
Host iiui-uniuJutiuns In the west.
Vtr'to for circulars on dofiiriii t. os anl
bi-iucs trn sus , club foot , ciirvnturesof snlnu ,
iilU'3. tumors , c-inuor , ciiinrrli. lironolut s , In-
Intliiiloii.u cctrlulty. piiriily.sH , oiillunsy , Itld-
nev. b under. oyi > . oar. t-kln itu 1 hloo I and all
Rlll'Sk'Ul ( llllT.ltlO'lS ,
\Voiiinn KKKK. Wo hnvulutolr ad Inil a lylin-
In < lniirtinunt | : fur women during cdiillnoinonU
nrloily nr vato. ) Only Koil.-thlo Mudloal lu-
Hitutu making u Hnocl ilty o :
AM It < ) ol ( Dlsoasas sncuossfuily troatol.
HjohlHUo rolson roinoved from the system
without iiinrciiry. Now itoitoratlva T'roat-
inenl fur Loss of VITAI , 1'OWKIL 1'ersoin un-
nlilo to vKt , us inav ho trcatuil at liiiino by
riirrosnon 'once. All conimiinicutliins conll-
diMillal , MoIcln"s or Inslniiiionti sunt hy
inn I oro.Miress. suuuroiy piicUoil , no nrirl < H to
Inil cntu I'ontimlsnr oondur. Onu purional In-
Inrv rw prufi-rrol. Cull aud cimsiilt in or soiul
hlstoiy of your case , und we will send In plnlu
wrupnur. our
TH MFN I'ltfCBt Unon Private ,
tu men , oeM or Nuri.)11 ( , DM.
cnses , Inipiitcnoy. Syphilis , Gluotnnl Vurlco-
folc , wuli ijuostlon list.
llraei-H , ApplliinuRs for Ouformltlui .t Trusoi
Only iiianufiictory in the Wcdtof init'O.l il-
II 1,11'i'i.l l.ttlit. * , 'flttl.tAiifi , HltKUl'ttlQ
it.i rrr.it i r.n .1 .v i > it ni. 7 n.
Omaha Medical and Surgical Institute ,
2Gth find Bron 1 way , Oojnoll Bltiirj.
Ton ininnlns' ildu from cuntiirof Uiiiiih i on
nnd Counell Illuff i ulectrlo motor Una.
Chas. Lunkley ,
I'mioriil Director nnl : UnilRrta'to
Bll Broadway , Council BlulT.i
1I * VUII Imvo nnythliiK for sale or Irndo see
K. II. Hhuafe , liro.-idwuy nnd Miiln Hired.
WANTKD-A coed clrl for KCncrul house *
niul ( . r/7J Kusi fierce btrcet.
IDWA f trnis for H.ilu. finprovu I It ) ncrm
In Iliurbun co'inty , $10.01 per jeroi I'JI uorun
Inilirovud , i'lJ.W ; H ) ucroi. lli.iji. Tor lir : < iiii'i
In ( own an I .Nolir.mlci funns oill : on or write
lo.luhiHon .V Van 1'utton , Counuil HliilT-i.
.i : lt Ml p'l rta of tha
cliy. K. II. Sh.info , Ilriudwuy nnd Muln.
KTi UAllI' : und CointiilHilon-Hlovvs. fnriil-
tnic , cli' . , ntoiud nnd "old on ioniml : hlon ut
lowiiHl r.ili'g. U Kliiiiuhan.i'JU : Urumlw.iy.
\ \ ' ANTICD Coiiipotont L'lrl , by Mr * . J. N
Tl Cisiy. : ; ( ) . Ajjy ) | ut uHlco of J.l'fiJ N
' -'iitiady. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
8AI.B Ono Hlnulo too . . with or
- wltliotil harness , chuiip foroa h. UW At-
wood , I.'B lluihii ; ulrout.
\VASTKH liiiniodlittuly. Rlrl for liliclion
i * worU. Ijood liormitnunc pl oo. U'O b. ? tl
F ( Ut i'A MToitTHADH-W-ncrn ' ' rin. t-Hpuo-
lully mlnptoil to fruit onlturo ; Inrxe IIOUBO
stulilu und windmill ; iiii miles from ( jrund
hotid , Apply to l/convnl : Kvnrott.
IJlult BATiTITu UKNT i.arsost iTnd most
-L. protltnblu mo.it nutrkut In thn went , di > lir <
from j'V > li.n ) < to 17,000. OciiHh hiis.neas u miiniht
hniili IHKI'I ' will Hhoiv It ; Kilt ed'0,1 , i.jlndl > l
ljnslnes > ehitnuM ; : i your * ' louse on building ,
M ; t , lion olll o Uouni'll llliilN.
_ _ _ _
W AN riD ; A oinlIrl for tiunorul houi -
wurk. 7J Wushln tun uvuauu ,

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