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Till.1. nMAlTA DAILY TIRR : 'I'lllTHSnA V. .11T1.Y 7
1j Carrier to nny prutof the City
I El 110Mb .J " " ' ' ncfsOdlcc . . . , , No I'l
} MRlll Kitori | < < < r . . . . KOV ! ,
N Y. Plumbing Co.
I ) os ton store fur oiy good1) .
Council IJhilTs Lumber Co. ,
Snoclul tnoollinr of t'nuucll HluiTi LodCO of
I'crfcuUoi. A. A. S. K. , Friday evening , lor
work tn tlio fourtcci.tli deitrce.
Ivnnhoo comrantidcr.v Mo. 17 , ICnlchts
Tempior , tncot In roculur conclave Thursday
rvenlntr , July 0. Work in the oracr of tbo
Ocnutv Marshal U n. CouMnsvni pro-
ru'iitcd with n line can a jostoiduy by n num
ber of his friends In honor of hh services n *
bailliT of the supciior court.
Dick Webster , ono of the cntiR that raised
n ulhtuibnnco in u Picrco street Ulxo on the
Fourth , was lined Jill -I ! ) in polite court y cs-
tcrduv for dtsturuiii ) ; the peace.
William Wunrel , whoso arrcU nt Mnnnwn
was mentioned a day or two "po , hai tnUcn
a chuiiKu of venue from the uuurt of .lustlco
Uussv to thnt of Justice Hammer , nntl will
hnvo u licarinu on thn f tierceof resisting nn
onirer next Saturday n.oiiiltiR ut 'J o'clocic.
A small bov was tun over yesterday morn-
liitf o-i Knit I'ltrco street by n hchvy dullv-
erv UIIROII , on which ho hud. been sttnllni ; n
ride to Chautnuquu. The wheel passed over
his abdomen , ntul for several minutes ho lay
In thu middle of the strt-ot as limp as n rag.
Hovornl of the neighbors ran out to hulp him ,
but as soon as ho pot his lireath ho said ho
xvasnot hurt , lloioluscd to tell his name or
wheto ho Ihcd , nnd alter a while ho got up
and resumed his jouinoy accompanied by a
Ut elded Imp.
Tho'city attorney has loolcecl up the law
with reference to the boundary of Council
UlulTs on the northwest , and reports to the
council that In his opinion the doubts ex
pressed by Major Lawrence as to whether
Cut-Oil Island is a part of Council Bluffs or
not are groundless , and that the boundaty of
the city includes ell of that puit of the island
which Is Included In the boundaries of the
state. The contemplated improvements in
the wny of u jail ami poilco protection will
bo made nt onco.
K. C. Whittlcssy , brother of the local re
porter of the Evening Glebe , who has been
lor jcars connected with the Wells-Forgo
Kxpicis company in Council limits and elsewhere -
where , lias received n handsome testimonial
irom the company , homo tlmo ago ho was
on the express ca'r down in Indian Tciritory
when thu train was held up and robbed. Ho
nnd his comrades made a spirited defense
nnd stood the jobbers off for nearly an hour
nnd prevented tticm making n rich haul.
Tlio company has presented him an elegant
Kold watch properly engraved ns nn evi
dence of appreciation of his efforts to pro
tect their property.
Several weeks spo a man passed off two
forced cliecks for * lf ,7ii nnd fib.75 on L.
Kinnclmn and .lohn Bono A , Company re
spectively , both boarinc the sign.iluio of
Cicoigo C. Uracc. Ho disappeared , and his
victims hud about given up the hope of over
homing mnthing further from him. when
they were notified by the police of Omaha
that a man nnswiring the dcdcilpllon had
been captured and jailed on .suspicion of
being tlio party wanted. Marshal Tumplo-
ton and .Mr IClnn han went over tnOicaha
jcsteiday to Identify the fellows , but the
victimised iin'ielmnt was unable to iccoe-
in/n tlw forger In the man held.
Sandy MaUorn and II W F.irrell , the two
conildunco men who aio serving thirty d'iy
sentences in the eountv jail for Httemptini , '
to triclt a farmer out of his money at the
tiansfer , were tnoueht before Judco Smith
ycstcidnv in the ( listiiut couit on n petition
lor a writ of habeas corpus. They woio de
fended bv Attorney Tinley , who claimed
that they had not icnn convicted of any
it line , but had merely been sent up on gen
eral principles bccauso they were out of
work , The testimony was submitted to the
court nt noon and the niso taken under ad
visement with tlio iinuorstnndlni' thai a de
cision woula-oe banded down this morning.
Ilnw to ICrtifli Clmutiuitm. : |
All the motor lines connect \\ilh the
TJoi'k Inland trains which run direct
fioin Omiilin , and from the Main street
depot in t'ouneil bluffs , direct to the
( 'liiiutmrua : ] grounds. Tlio borvico this
year is so complete Hint the pubhu
fchould feliow its appreciation by mulling
themselves of the opportunity to reach
( 'haiilatiqun. From the depot at C'hau-
liiuquii to the amphitheater there is n
tmootli. plank walk nil the uay , thus
making the Hock Island train thoclcan-
cbt , quickest , easiest and cheapest way
to i each Chutitii'jqua , Tlio time tahlcs
mo published cl'-owho-'O. Nine Iniina a
day each way.
Mi's Ella U. Johnston has gouo to New
Yoi k city.
11. S. Ovlatt has gone to Now Yoric ou a
business nip.
II V. SloiJ lufuymtoriliv for n month's
tri J In Colorado.
Miss Helen fiolaw in has gone to St. 1'aul
toislt relatives.
Kev. Frank L. Hnydcii of Avocanns at
tending Cuautuufinn ycMordnv.
Major King left last ovcninc for Phila
delphia , whnro ho will join his wife.
Warren Hough loft yesterday for 1'ulasltl ,
N Y , for u week or two of vacation.
Misses Mary and Hortcnso ( .irlncllo tire
visiting friends In Auioin nnd Chicago.
Mrs. C. n. Walto and chlldron started cast
last evening , bound for Ocean Grove , N. J.
Mrs. A. S. Clough b.is gene to Lonnox-
vllle. Out. , to visit her sister , Mr.s. C. Cloush.
Miss Morciico Block of Muscitino Is visitIng -
Ing her cousin , Miss Kayo BIcdcrinau , on
A venue F.
j. Colonel Albert Ilalstrnd , son of Mural
u nlste.ul , Is visltinir nls undo , W. W. Cones ,
nd Mrs. A. C. Sinirr of Eighth nvcniio.
Manngor 1C. W. Hart of the water com
pany left lust evcnltik' with all his family for
n summer trip tn Boston and the < Milde.
Mrs F. M. Seblllincer of Cincinnati Is the
guest of her brother , W. W. Cones , and her
niece , Mrs. A. C. Spurr of Eighth avenue ,
L. T. Murphy and sons. Fiod and Willie ,
started yesterday for n summer vacation
'I boy will spend homo time among the Thou
sand Islands.
Hov. L A. Hall and family loft yesterday
for tbo seaside. They will spend ttio hot
wenttioron the coust for the bonollt of Mrs.
Unit's health.
A letter has boon received by friends of
Dr. A. II. Cilllolt , formerly superintendent
ol the ChnuttUtm ! | nsscmblt bore , announ
cing that ho U In the smith , suffering Irom
consumption , und that his recovery Is a mat-
torof eonsldurablo doubt. Ills wlfo Is uUo
cry ill.
Mr. Frank Ford , who was n reildont of
this city nlno yours ngo ant. who is now
Hvlni ; In Ornnco , N. , ) . , Is hcra for a week's
htay. Ho has Inrco business interests in the
uott as well ns the east , and wlulo looking
nfu-r tbosi' ho lias also an onporiunlty of
erecting somu ol his many old frlunds.
Iiiteniutionul Cure iiBsooinllon rooms
are in annex to Cirand hotel , .r > 20 Firat
nvuntic. Council limits , Iu. For euro of
alcohol and opium
Charles Whltmorc , who lives at SOO Avenue
C , owns iv dog that has earned a ropiitation
for objecting to the present of night prowl
OK and strangers , and for seine tlmo as an
additional security ho hat lot the dog t > lcap
in his bed chamber. Tuesday night ho went
to bed and loft the dog to look after things In
tencrnl nnd about $ 5 In paitlcular , which
WIIH In ttio room. At II o'clock jcslorday
inornliiK the ivslilenco was burglarized und
the cash carried uwuv. , The doL' did not
object In the presence of tbo burglars in , the
room nnd tbo presumption Is that they wjro
not only familiar with tlio promises out \\oro
on good teriui with the muster and the
coodr. The barn was also broken open and
It U believed that the burglar * also intended
to steal u liorso and bupgy , u tbo Uutrgv wus
run out of the table ami tbo horse WB loose
und hurnoiscd , but the thloves were fright-
mod away when they were about rcuuy to
Mitch up.
Tent Dwellers nt Ohautiuqna Don't ' At-
Untl Morning Prayers.
Utlic Hiiy Didn't Hcgln So Soon More I'co-
plo .Might < rp It Sturt Itinr the As-
cinblj u I'KigrcssliiK In Sev
eral Directions.
The Chautnuqun assembly has settled down
Into Eomewhut of routine ll Iiig , that is , the
tent life leaturo of It has. 'I hero nro four or
flvo hundred people , "llvors in touts , " and
the tap of the boll is now responded to with
some little uniformity. The campers display
duo enthusiasm about nvcrydilng except
moining mayors. The hour llxod for ihc'.o
Is rather early lDJ ) a. in. , but there U activ
ity manifest throughout the tents oven at
that hour , so that the destro of
a llttlo moro folding of the arms and
slumber can hnully Do tba reason for
such small iralhcrlngs. Tno morning niter
the Fouith there were not enough to ulalm
the promise ofshero two or three nrc gath
ered. " Yesterday mornlne there was com-
parutivoly a great crowd * theio uelnc right
in all , Including two small uoys who stayed
just long enough tn satisfy their curlo lty us
to u hat was going on ,
Despite the lack of enthusiastic manifesta
tions of piety , the camp Is characteri/cd by
cxccllontorder , and there are practical proofs
of a bjgh staudura of morality. Of course *
there is not n boor joint or a wheel on or
about the tented Hold. A short distance
away from tlio depot , around n bead
In the tallway , n half mile fiom the tents
and not on Chnutauqua giound , some fellow
v\'th ' no fear of the prohibition law has setup
n beer stand , but as ho can't m.iku a dUnlny ,
can't advertise or have any announcement
made uy the suncrintenciont ol instruction ,
his tr.ido bos been very lluht.
Suenl : thieving Is unknown. During all the
assemblies theiohas never been an nilic'u
stolen , so for as ropoi tod. The present as
sembly opens with the usual iccord of
honeslv.VIlh no locks , no safes , uo alarms ,
a thief would apparently linn llttlo topievcnt
his gathering in something of value.
It would , however , bo easier to
calhur it in than to gather it
out. Aftur the tups "to bed" there
nio no strollers except I'iptain Anderson ,
the night watch , und any stranger would
speedily bo called to account if found roam
ing about. This may tend In part to tlio
perfect protection of loose property.
Cli : < lliiums anil I'lutlorm.
The class work Is doing nicely in all de-
pal tmcnts A round table tias been organ
ized with Hov. J. W . Gciger In chiuge. The
normal classes are all doing good work.
Mrs. Hatdman has orgaui/cd the kindergar
ten depatttncnt nnd also a class for the boys
and gills of a llttlo larger growth.
' 1 ho amphitheater Is tbo center of public
Interest. Heie at least tnrco times daily are
gathered good sl/ed audience : : . YestcrJiiv
mottling at 11 o'clock-Leon 11. Vi.icent delivered -
livered another lecture , his-subject being
"liobert Bums. " it wus in tils usual lln-
Ished , polished , might manner. Mr. Vincent
is a literary critic , not merely a fault Under.
Uo points out Haws as well as beauties , out
does this in a manner which Is pleasing. In
disscctlog ho is u surgeon , and not a butcher.
Xo ueltcr illustration of this could bo cited
man inu manner in wiiien no ycaieruav
handled tlio two great vices of Burns. It is
to bo regretted that Mr. Vincent is not to
appear on the program train this season.
Yesterday afternoon 1'rof. Geoigo I ) Llt
tlo ot Washington. D. C. , made his first up-
pjarunco hero. On blncKboard aud largo
sheet" of paper ho demonstrated his ability
to entortnln old and young by nuking form's
nnd faces in chalk nnd cm } on. 1'rof. Llttlu
is not a Fiank Heard , but ho travels along a
somewhat dilTernu line , preserving nn In
dividuality sufllciontly marked to lender com
parisons onlyodlous. With lightning rauidity
bo drew plctuie after picture , stated funda
mental principles of art , illustrated thorn
tbeto in simnlo lesions of morality for the
young folks , mixed in men lineal and for an
hour kept ttio audience good nutuicd and en
thusiastic. His charcoal sketches of the
presidential candidates called forth hearty
applause , pretty evenly divided , so that no
jar ol partisanship hit the crazy ooao of the
political elbow.
Last evening tlieto was n slight departure
from the published proirram owing to the
departure of the lecturer who had
been announced. I'rof. Clendonnln , who
was to give two moro lectures on
Chill , was rather unexpectedly and unavoid-
abh called to Ctilcnuo The substitution tor
the evening crowded the time with enjoy
ment. The ussombly band , winch Is capa
ble of clvlng iho choicest Kind of a concert ,
neuumad a portion of the OVOIHIIL' . whiln Iho
Carnes family helped out grimily The little -
tlo maiden of"thu household is a phenome
non in the recitation line , her actine need
ing no crutches of stagu accessories to kep
It from limping. The audience had a musi
cal und literary treat which fully atoned for
the necessary absence of I'rof Clondonniu.
( irnonilVc.icr Today.
Cicr.cral Weaver is to addioss the crowd
this afternoon nt 4J .HO. U lion the announce
ment was mndo yesterday It ua * greeto'l '
with a burst of applause which Indicated
that however much many in the audicnco
might dilTcr.from his political notions they
weio eager to hear him. The management
has been strangolv fortunate in Its nccessarv
substitutes on the program. The disap"-
pointmcnt caused by the nccldotvt w.ilch dis
abled General Alger and prevented him
from appearing hero on the Fouith was
lost sight of In the happy seeuraneo
of Mr. Thurston. Now the condition
of the silver bill has caused Congressman
Hland to hurry to Washington , thus provo-it-
ing him from fullilling his engagement lieic.
The management has promptly und fortun
ately seemed another happj substitute in
the form of General \Vca\or , wlio Is not only
a much mnro Interesting public speaker , but
with tbo presidential nomination freshly
woven and newly placed upon his brow , his
piuscnco will bo grouted by enthusiasm oven
by tuosO who are unwilling to concede that
ho is a presidential possibility. The nlliauco
people will como mciowds propirod toshout ,
und these of other political allilmtions will
como In crowds prepared to listen. It will
bo u great cluv at I'hautauijua.
In tlio ovmung Hov. Dr. lilliottofVnsh -
Ington , U. C , will lecture on "Tho Golden
Ago , " To sandwich such u subject In bo-
tticou the two dajs of the great silver dis
cussion Is n rather amusing coincidence. lr.
Elliott in ono of the brightest man on this
year's program. His lecturu will bo a literary
I'rof. George n. Llttlo will give ono of his
Inimitable lectures nt 11 o'clock this forenoon
on "Hints on Blackboard Sketches. ' ' His
suggestions en Illustrated touching are very
cnterlalnini ; as ucll as helpful
The assembly band will furnish music
afternoon and evening , and Mrs. Nolllo
Bangs Skelton , whnsa performances on the
piano have caused so much enthusiasm , will
also apnnar.
< ; IMICAI.viviit : TODAV.
The I'rmldunll it XiunlnnoVIII Sjicalc at
( 'lii > iil.inina | DiU AltiTiioiin ,
This iiflornoon Uonoral Weaver will
speak at the Cliuutituqua ( 'roundH at
i0 ! : ! o'clock , The inaniigoinotit IIIIK been
Htran ely fortunate in securing him , thia
bul'iL' hib lirsl piihlio address Hlnco Ills
noiiilimtloii. Whatever one's political
notion- ! , all will bo interested in lieiirint ;
thih ( lory , eloquent political leader. The
announcement alone should cause the
{ 'reut ainphitlieatro to ho crowded.
Or. HI i lot t , the eloquent Washington
divine , will lecture this uvonintron "Tho
Golden Atfo. "
Pi of. Little will glvo n chalk tallc , an
illiihtrated lecture , ut 11 o'clock this
morning. _
.MAV iidi.i ) TIN ; ii.ivATon. :
Court Di'cldos In 1'inor of Irennuri'r Iteoil
lur Ihi'Time.
A motion to dissolve the Injunction Issued
by Jtidgo McGee roatralnlug iho Hoolt Island ,
the Milwauko9 , and the Burlington railway
companies from intarforing with Countv
Treasurer W. U. Hcod ID his attempt to col
lect the back Uxen on tbo Uulou elovutor
plant by dUtralnt , was filed in the sucorlor
court yesterday morning , and the tlmo of tbo
court was taken up t > y about an hour's d'.s-
cussioa by the ittorneys of the points In
volved In tbo caso.
Flnlev Uurko. who appears as attorney for
both Hoed and Poavv In the cases now pend
ing ii ) the superior court and the district
in which the elevator property is involved ,
rerouted the accusation that had been mndo
that his clients were conspiring together to
beat the other fellows out of their temporary
possession of the property and that Heed was
uslntr his position ns eountv tro.-uuror for tlio
bcncltt of bis personal friends , ulth tbo In
tention of tinning over ttio propotty ns soon
as ho got posscsstoa of It to I'eavy upon tbo
latter's tendering him the amount of the un
paid taxes. Ho said the two actions were
entirely distinct and that Heed was simply
working In the interest or the county , witn-
out any thought what Iho effect mitrht bo on
the present or ultimate possession of the
After n long and somewhat heated argu
ment Iho case was fully submitted , The
court decided to make nn order allowing the
treasurer to keep possession of the property
pending the hearing on the motion to dis
solve , which will be next Saturday morning
at 10 o'clock. Ho also ordered that no dispo
sition bo made of the property until after
the hearing , nnd that no notices of the in
tended sale for taxes bo posted until Satur
day afternoon , which will still allow the
tieasuicr the statutory live days In which to
give notice. _
Mcl'hail pianos. 110 Stulsmiin street.
Head page 0 , Chiiutituqun program.
Hot weather prices in picture frames
at Klloy & Sherrudoti'ss arl store.
Anil tint U'c.illicr Hafnium nt tlio Huston
More , Comic II ItlillN , I.I.
Our cntiro stock of nil wool challles ,
usually bold for G"ic and "oc , for this
week at 4Sc. Some of the linest patterns
over shown in lipht or dark gi omuls.
All of * our stock of tlio famous L'ins-
downo in colors , including all tlio light
and delicate tints sold everywhere for
Sl.U'i , for this wcolc at S7jc. Now is the
time to procure a dress of the popular
goous at a popular price ,
This week \\oolTor one of the newest
( Ires * fahrich. known as Colelo Uni , hav
ing ahotit twenty pieces of the now
shades of tans , slates , grays , French
inoilco , creams and lavenders ; will put
the b.iino on sale for this week nt ' .ISe ,
former price 'H.U" ' > .
All our lijc and Toe figured china silks
for this week at oOc.
Of over 500 line handled sun umbrellas.
See the stock" . Got our prices They
start at G9o , Tflc , $1.00 , Sl.iM , S1.-18 , Sl.To ,
&U.OO to S3.00. The most complete und
befet selected line in the city.
Summer corsets , wo show n complete
line. Ask to see our OOc corsets , worth
"oc. And our G'Jc guaranteed corsets ,
worth $1.00 ; every pair warranted not to
pull out or money refunded.
Black silk mitts , just to hand , over 500
do/.en , from loc to Too. Our i ! " > o and 3.c )
mitts beat the world. Bo comfortable
during the hot weather.
Wuh goods , wo show almost every
thing. Without u doubt the host and
most complete line of wash goods nny-
where. All at our popular low prices.
Council Blullb , In.
Cli lilt iniii i "M < > itA.
Dining hall tickets will bo sold for
$3.00 , good for 121 meals , .
Itallro-ul l/ilxirrr * Iiiiliilcu In a Itrnv Which
Mny IttMiilt in Uiif's Death.
A gang of railroad hands bocanio involved
in a light yesterday morning at a saloon keut
by Jack Farloy , on Main strjut near the cor
ner ot Tenth avontie. What caused tbo
quarrel no ono scorned to Know , but when
Oflicoi" Covult arrived ou the scene , attracted
oy confusion inside tbo building , ho found
0110 of the gang on tbo floor , with another
kicking him in the face , while two moro
stood with their revolvers aimed nt the
crowd , who would have Intorfctcd with the
fuu. As soon ns the rfllcer showed nunsclf
both revolvers were levelled ucnn him , nnd
in tones whoso seriousness he did not stop to
( ] iiotioii bo was ordered to skip. Ho
A posao of ofllcers was at otico collected
and a move ou the building was made , Far
ley , the proprietor of the saloon , objected to
thu men being arrested , and during the
altercation that ensued tbo fellow who did
tbo kicking managed to escape out of the
oacl : door. The lost were placed under
airist. ; At ttio marshal's olllco the two who
helu the guns gu\e their names as Thomas
Baker and Thomas Carl , and they wuio
slated with assault with intent to do great
bodily Injury. Fiulov was also nriestcd and
charged witu intorfcnni ; with un officer.
The Injured man , whose niimo turned out
to bo Thomas K > an , was taken in charge nnd
jilted on the nominal char n of disturbing
the pence , although in reality ho is held as a
witness. His face and head are in a horiiblo
condition , the blows havini ; marred htm
utmost bo\ond recognition. The Injuries may
yet prove to bo fatal.
A telephone message was rucolvod during
Iho afternoon from the officials at Noola ,
stating that ttio man who oscapca got oft the
train at tbut place nnd was anoucd. The
police ut once notified them to keep him , aud
ho will bo Drought In today.
Cliunt iiuina Trains.
Leave Council Blulls from Rock
Island depot at 0:10 : a. in , bJO : ! a. in. ,
0.iOn. : m. , 10:127 : a. m. , 1:00 : p. m , , 1:50 : p.
in. , 5:50 : p. in. , 7:00 : p. in. , 7UO : p. in.
Trains leave Manawa dally at 8 and 10
n. in , 112m. , and 1 , 2 , t2"o : : : , ! ! , : tW : : , I ,
10 : ; ! , 5 , 50 : ! , ( I , 0IiO. : 7 , 7HO : , 8 , 8:30 : , ! ) ,
9IiO : , 10 , 10iO : : , 11 and 11 : W p. in. Tno
11:55 : train will make connection with
the last electric motor cur for Omaha.
Nnl > lir < l Him in tint Dark.
A burglar entered the Tremont house on
Lower Broadway about midnight Tuesday
night , and without arousing the Inmates
wont through the room occupied by Oscar
Buumeister , son of the proprietor. Officer
Kemp aapponcd to sco the fellow go in , and
ho decided to taku a hand In the game when
the proper time came. Ho accordingly
waited in the shadow oC the building until
tbo follow came out , and just as iho burglar
was making u lively chase for a motor train
to go to Omaha , Kemp twluod his tlngors
nround the nu | o ot his neck. The burglar
was taken to the police station , whcra ho
ciivo bis uamo ai Morris Qulnii. Ho hud m
his possession a pair ot opera glasses , a
watch with a gold tilled ca o , 11 money purse
containing fr , und something over u do/en
silk handiicrcblufs and neckties. The stuff
was neatly dor.o up In ono of fie largo hand-
Kcichlofs. Qulnn was taken before Justice
bwcaringoutsterdav morning , uhoie ho
waived examination and was bound over to
the crand jury on the chuigo of burglary ,
bis bond being llxed at f3UU ,
The Jonol gasoline stove is the best
in the world for safety , durability and
economy , and the now Jewel is UH equal.
Sco thorn ut Charles Swaliio'u , 737 Broad
150 people in this oily use gas stoves.
'Iho Gas Co. puts 'om in at cost.
Colfax ghiL'or ale and mineral water
sold at wholesale by Duquette & Co. .
manufacturing confectioners.
Recollect that the midsummer clour-
mice sale of the Council lllulls Carpat
company only lusts until the 16th of July ,
Until then the biggest bargains in car-
nuts , curtain * , etc. , over olTcrcd in the
city will bo given all customers. Out
of town mail orders nro 6olicited and
will receive prompt and satisfactory at
Chautauqua druggist , Goo. S. Davis.
you know wtyy with pleasure
] Our faces so beam ?
Our Servants
grunvble ,
Is ile ] cause of our bliss ;
For all sorts of cleaning
It ne'erecoTTies aniiss.
&M2U ' V&T * * " " * * * " .
furcM nil disorders of Iho Stoimcli , Lhcr , Uoirols , Klloi ) * , IHulL'r , Nrntvu
Dls n'cs , Loss of Appetite , lloniint'Iip. Cnns'lpntlJii ' , t'ostivciu . In 11''cUl 1:1 : , Nil-
on : itc's , 1'uicr , l'iIrsKtcM nnd renters thn syslnin less llabln to contract ilisu.ua.
R/YI\VAY'P I'lljl. nro euro for this complaint They touu up tlie Internal ecrotlon9 to
healthy notion , restore strength to tb i stomach , anil eirible It to perform Its fum'tlons.
I'rlenU'ica Dov. Sold by all druggists , or mailed by KADWAV A. UO. . JJ Waireu blrco * .
New York , on receipt of pilco.
Uverv MAN can lit.
S'/UONO and VIO-
OHOUS m all reopens
_ _ _ by UiiiiR SPANISH
NWKVINB , thegreat ypnnlah llemcily. YOUNG MliN
OU OLDsutfcruiu from N15UVOUS IJ5DIIITY , IOST ot
FAIIdNO MANHOOD niRlill ) el.ussiont , c niMilsions , nci\cui
prostrntioncnusr d by tbeuse of opium , tobacco or alcohol , wake
fiilnes * , mental depression , loss of in cillier cx , *
power spertiiator
DFPntlKK AM ) AVTPK USE rlm > a c.iuetl by self abuse anil oxer indnlccnct' or an > pirsonnl wtak
cess can bo restored 10 perfect he-iltli oi.d Hie NOHTU VITALITY OF STKONG MEN.
Wegivs a written guarantee nun G boxes to cure any case or refund ( lie mone > . $ i a boi 6 boxes $5
For Sols in Omaha , by Snow Lund & Co.
that people Mill luioui > nr li.ilrli died if
iui ii o that pcifoct linltiitloit ol nature ,
It I in tin rts n plosHvr < iloriiiiil f rrstt lift * In the
Vir. 1'ikc , 81. Otlkc , il'.l 1'uiK I'liue-V. V.
An onllnnnco declaring the condition of cei-
inln lots , md laiuK In thu city of Omiih i to
lie a mils moo mid iflrcutlni ; the Hoard of
public norUi to t ilto the nccussnry stops to
nlmto the s iinu and report to the' city coun
cil tlio oxpeiibu thereof
Holt ord.ilno't by the city council of the city
of Oiniliii :
beotioii I. That the prcsont condition of
c'urtuln lot * * and lands In the city of Om.ih.i Is
huiuby do'jlured to bu a nulb inco by 10 i-on of
the u\lbtenco of stUn'ii.int w.ilci upon the
same. \ I ? :
The est' { of lotsa'.Ii'J , 40 und 49 Ilutinan's
The o ist end of lot 'I Hat man's add It Ion
I.ol 7 Mib dlv of b ouk A , Kosor\olr .uldltlon.
Lots I. . ' , T , K block % , ' , also alley adjolnliu
h.uil lilocu on tlie\V'-t.
K ist ' , of lot 2 > l. llnrr O iK addition
West U"i fcut of liloe' ' % Hicst Omaha nddl-
tlon , coinprNliiJ lots r > to .11 Inclusive. Lca\-
cnworth Ilimlnoss 1'inoo ,
Lots'to lu Inolusivu block 11 , Walnut Hill.
l.ot.l block < > . Walnut Hill.
Lot block - ' . hull's addition
l.olsII. 4 , ' . ,0,7 , Minn I IU block 5 Sliull's 2nd
Lota b'ofkfiShullVSnd nddlllon.
Lots 4' . 4' > im I 41 HlcUui v I'lai'L.
Lots.ilaiid.il Itodlck'sX'nd addition.
LotR block 4 Mulsh's addition.
Loti 4 , ! i. n , T blni-k h .Maisli a addition.
Lots b.1 anil dl Itccs I'luco
Lots 10 , r. 1. , 11. 14 r > blo-k 'J Kcod's Ilrd add.
Lots U aud I' ' di Illln and -"mitli's addition.
Lot .1 block K Mcl'ornilckN addition.
Lot . " > block b Mi'l'oiinlck's addition.
The sontlieast cornel of Jlercer I'm Ic at .ISth
nnd Utimhu street- .
Lota. ) , d. t > Il'iuscl and Stobblns snb of lot 14
llttr-tlull's add tion.
Also alloy In said subdivision.
Lots. ' . . : . b uloc' . T liiipioveiuent Association
Lo's : > . H. 0. T and 10 block 4 Iinpro > eniont A9-
sochitloii addition ,
Lots 5. fi. T and 6 block 0 Improvement Asso
ciation addition
Lots .land 4 block G Improvement Associa
tion aJdltlon.
Alleys In b ooks * and 10 Improvement AH
soclat on addition.
Lois u nnd I ) LclI'laco
Tax lots.'II suj.ll township 1 * > range 11.
Lots 17. If. U' , ' .ll'I , SM llock 4 Deer 1' trk.
Lots 7 and h block .6 Wllcox 'Jnd addition
ll.ist 'a of loth tl and 10 blocx 28 Wllcox ' 'nd
i\orti ) ' < fout of tax lot 34 , nee HI township 15
ranxo 11.
Kust ii of t iv lot 25 see 34 township 11 r.intfo
Lots IS , III. 14 , 15 , 10 , 17 blo.-k II Hapedorn's
addition ,
Ihth street fioin a po lit " 0 foot south of tlie
north line of Orunditvenuo to u polnt..V ) feet
aorth of ( iiand a\cnuH.i
lle lnnlni ; at a iioliit,4'K feet nest of the
iioitlieiistcorner of tax lot I.'suc I township
15 ruiuo 1.1 , llinnccixontl.v' | > 0 fuel , thence woki
! .UJ feet , thoiu-o noith "W feet , thencu east to
jilicoof boKlnnlni ; . ' '
The east 'J5U foot of west lOO feet of tax lot ' . '
section U tonnshlp l.'i IKII O 11.
Ilevlnnliik' at it pulht IM feet east of the
Eontliueit c'orunr ot t.ixot 1 section I ) toun-
uhlp 15 r.inKo M. thencu north > 00 feet , thiinco
oust JW icol , thcnc'o Ko'nlliJU feut , thcnco
\\OHt to plaeu nf bcv'lii'iln- .
Lots 7 and U Hugos' I.Mdltlon ,
Lot 15 Diuonpoit't soli ,
-itli ( Ntroct Miiith of M , pe | Rtroot ,
Lots a. II. 4 hlouk .1 hUiUl'-s addition ,
Lot 1 and east h of lot 2 block 7 .Shtill'n ' 'nd
' 'v
hoetlonS Tlio t until of public norls
heruby d icctcd to t.tlni'lne ' nccess-irv stopj to
caiibo Bald nulsimcu to hu abated , and for that
purpose It sliull hc tlmdiity of Iho eiia/rmiin /
of the bourd of pulillc Wdrks to MTVO notice in
wrltliiK upon thu on tier , ( uccupiinl or ucunt of
any lot or jilecoof land In or upon u filch any
of f.ild nilbuncos may bn found. The board
Bhiill IIx a ( Into upon which nil Intcrostca mr-
tlfa may appear l.ufoiu the board nrid bu
licunl rck'arain sadi nuUunces , The noticu
hull ho HI form us follows :
"Olllco of the board of publla uorksof the cltv
To .
Vim nro horobv notlllo I that the following
dcscilbed pronilbes. to-wll. . .
Imvo boon dcclaiud to bu nuliunco by rtubon
of . . .
Von lira lioroliy directed to ubatc ild iiul -
aucu ultliin thirty duyn fiom thu ilutuof tills
iidtlco or said iHilsanco will liu uuatoil by tlio
oily uiithorlllcH and tlio ox Dense thereof lav
led us a spccl.il tux apalnkt thu pioiorty | on
which h ilcl nuUiincn uxUts.
The Hoard of I'ublla Works will bo In ( .esslon
on iho . . . . day of . . . . IK )
between the lionr . . . .und at
which tlmo an opportunity will bu t'hon you
to bo hoaid In rj ard tu&nld nulNuncu.
Dull ( I this . . .day of . IbU. . ,
Chairman of tlio ilo'irddf'i'iibllo ! < bo'f'tho
Clly of Oinahi "
Said notice ihall to t > er\ed by nny police
olllcorof thoo'tv and thosertlco bliallboby
dulivurlQg a copy of tUo uotico to thu owner ,
occupant or a cnt perion illy or by IIVIMIIS
one at his usiuil place of loslilonco at anv
tlmu boforc ll\e days provlotis to the < lajot
for hearlns interested pirtlcs. provldoil , that
Mhenoxor the owner , occnpiut or aieiit of
, the lot or ulcco of land In or upon which any
of said iiulsinces in ly bo found K unknown
I or cannot bo found , the s-ild clialiiiian shall
clxo notice to the owner or agent bv cau lnir
to br > ] iuhll licd In thcolllclal paper of thoclty
inop > of the notice , herein provided for. for
Iho conseenthe days : the lust ofaid iiubll-
cat'ous bolni ; at least live days piexloiu to
the day set for hearing Interested parties
, If the ownor. occnimnt or a enl shall ncg-
j lect or refuse to complv with Iho reqnlio-
i inents of said notice within the limu spec-Hied
thoreln , It sliall bu iho duly of the bo.ud of
public' works to proceed at once upon thu u\-
plrut on thereof to cause tlio nuisance to bo
ill iitod.
Suction ' ! . That the hnarn of public works Is
licrcbv dlrootodVto leimrt to the e ty council
upon the completion uf the work tlio cost and
ovpcnso of aballimthu said ilulsiucu upon
each sop irate lot and tiact of land bufoie described -
section 4. This onlin inco shall take cllcct
and lie In foice from and after Its pass ixc.
I'abscd Juno " 1stfJ \
Cllv Clorlt
n. i' . n.vvifa.
City Council
Approved Jinio'JTth , It1.1- .
It1.1ur.o. . I1 , ii n MIS
OfCnan.'ll Illu r <
C'.liltllstro | < .
burplus.uii I'roUts tiO , < lit.t
XctCaplt.it an I Surplii" . .y
Dlruetori I I ) III tu i H ) i iJ I. S i ijir. j
Rlrnson.i : K Ilirt I \ . Mlllir J V .llniim
nndCliirloi It Iliinniin Tr.ins ict u'onor il b inl-
liiKbiisiiiuss. L ir nsi cipltil and burplua o.
any Lank In outlinuatorn low u
TJio Good Samaritan. 20 Years' Experience.
WOMEN. ritopiiinTon or TUB
wour.D'.s IMHIIAI <
I treat the following Diseases :
Catarrh of the Head , Throat , and T.iincsi PI *
Cflbcsof the Ecand Kar lltaand Ajoplaxy , Heart
Disease , Liver Complaint , Kidney Cumplulnt ,
Nervous Debility , Marital Doprcs-
slon , Loss of Manhood , Seminal
Weakness , niabctei-.IlrightBDr-eafe.etVltus'
fiance. IliieuiiiutUm , I'araljtls , White Bnclllng ,
Scrofula , Fever Sores , Cancers , Tumors
and Fistula In ano removed without
the knife or drawlnc a drop of
blood. Women with lur delicate ornini re-
etoreu to health. Dropsy cured without tapping.
Special Attention gtvon to private
and Venereal Diseases of all kinds.
85O to QSOO forfeit fur any Venereal DIs-
onoo I cannot euro without moroury.
Toi > o Worms removed in two or Ilirco bourn , or ua
luy. JUiuorrhoMn or riles cured
Will tao life and hundreds of dollars by calUng
ou or wing
Tlio only I'hyslclanv1iu can toll uhut alia
a pornouvlthout nnUiiiK u ( juentliui.
All correspondence strictly confidential. Medicine
scut by cx | > ri 3. Addrc&a all lettira to
G , W , Pangle , M , D
885 Broadway ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa
T \ TT T" / s TT T v " 1 N. fi
JLJ J \ ) JL J JL-/
That's the condition a great many things
were found in after the "greatest Fourth
of July on record. " The man who stood in
front of the cannon when it went off was
busted. Little Johnnie , who was scattered
over several acres of valuable real estate ,
after "the explosion" was busted. Ssvcral
gentlemen who didn't stop celebrating in
lime found themselves busted several
presidential booms were badly busted
and we find a great many lines of goods in
our establishment all busted to pieces. Par
ticularly do we find things in our
department badly demoralized. Wo find
one line of suits with the largesizes all sold
another line with the small ones all gone
still another with only "a few of 'cm left"
another small lot of cheap ones all one
pattern another pattern of medium priced
ones and so on not many of anyone kind
JDU toojnia n y ki nds Have you got a boyer
or a pair of twin boys or three boys or
quadruplets ? Bring 'em down this week
we've made prices so's you'll buy as many
suits as you've got boys.
During July and August we close at 6:3O : p. m ,
Saturdays , 1O p. m.
$ l pf ' \ ?
v f % y " \ Ax/
< 4 t- * _ . Jrxnit& *
G. A. hehofd aelc , 1'rojiriotnr. OlileosO'l Uro id\\iiv. Council Hlulls and 152
FnriKim St , Oiiiuha. Dye , clean iinil rerini.-h Rootls of every ( Ifi.rrijition Pack
uaes recoiveil at either ollloo or at the Works , Cor. Ave. A anil 0th St. , Councl
UlulTs. Semi for pric-c libt.
Merclnuits who h.ivo hliop worn or soiled fabrics of any eharacter can huvo
them rod\ed and liiiKhcd equal to new.
most apm roved in-ichinery , at loss cost than you over p.iid Lifoio
VVT TAXTKI-Jool Kill for Konor.tl lionso-
VT nurlt. ( "OoJMimci MrOoor o Keellne.
IHlJIust 1'ieice st-ceU _ _ _
ITIOlt KCNT Tiioilnollliuon I'lrst .ivoiiun
J-1 ami ni.Mith stieut fonuerly occupied by
M Hiiiitli ; ll rooms , 'J bitfi looms and nil
nioilern Iniiirovuiiicnthi L'ood sfililo and out
bulldliiKi lent $ > U pel iiionth. V. II. bhoifu.
'li'Oi : ' . \hn-noiiiliis nnd urlst mill with "a
-1 sioci. of sonnr.il iiioicli.iinllsoanddnollliu.
I'rluctlJ.'iOJ , nlll tiiiilu for uiislnrn olr.lsl .l
or Kansih land K. ll.Sliuifu
Ij'OU h M.n On sniiill piiyments. fruit and
U K-irdt-n Ian I nun Council Illnlfa i : . II.
. llroadw.iy nn 1 Main Htieot
IrVolIhavo inythlns forsilo or tr.ido see
_ Ii II. Shu ifu. IjriM iind Main stnint
oiruiN r ilwoiiiiiM in mi "
city II II _ Slid ifiMro ulw lyjiiul Jla ln _
I71OK It-.N l'-iicht-roo : n ilwuliri | { . ii.'l VVAsli
J In.-toii avu. , modern ityln and conveii-
lnnco < ( , Iu excellent ronilr , rent J. < IX 11
bhcafc , Ilro id way an 1 M un hts.
TTUJIt ? AIC-lloiul and restaurant In a pios-
-L IIOIOIIB Nebriiklfa city bnslno-
, pivliu - > s ,
Food reisom forsclllns , prlcu JI.Oji. It Is a
simp II 1 1 heiife. llrounv ly an I M.iln strool.
"J71OU hAM : rarm , . /'I iicroi , In
-L' I'o , low i. ' 'I ! ) acres liroUu , Ii il ui
pastnru .111 1 inuvlow I'rloy iSiuu
blieife , Ilro ulw ly un.l Main Htrcot.
7/lKuAljK ) The tt unpiiu bilslnm * and ar
J necdleuorn inalerliklH ; am KOIU ! to leave
city ; itood chanuu for * i lady to KO In Ijnslnim.
Mis ii. 1' ML | > K 41.2 . llioadwny , ( ouncll Illull
\irANTii-inhtnrn : : Nobrask i I inds In ov-
i chan r for Council ll'iillt proporty. IJ. II
bliuafu llrot.itvay and M tin atroeu
iriltUIT IUII-IB , t'ir.loii Ian Is , f inns nnd ulty
-L properly for saloor tiadu I ) ly . 'c llu-n , , ii
"JjlOK bAI.n-Kloviitor with coin shuller.
Xj.uoObu u iliy ; corn ur ndur , nil bu. un
hour ; mw mill att icliinunt. in II I * oiulnii.
( lulu. ; n soul IIIIH IIUHS ; lou.itod nu.tr ( 'omull
Illiiirs Will t ikoKimil liitnl In uxjhanji ) or
bull cheap ( or uaih. 1 } II himito.
F OtA.Stocj ; of inorell indlsoiuiil bnlld-
Inu In coed Iowa IOHIII Htoe ( ln\olces
H.fiOJ.uuj II.IHooJ tr.ido
; bullilln ; , f I.Wi in ; , i
liamaln ; \ lll t il.o u'oud Iowa land In ex-
c 11 .u m c , 11 II Mm ifc ,
rniii ; HKiur.sr iiAKiiAiN-iioiibio < \
JLdeiK-e lot. o ' . " , ' 1 fouth Kirdt Htrnl , s
feet front ! bust lee itlon und liosl biir-nln In
I lie city If taken at oncu , iMy k Hun. , u
1'o-irlhtreet. -1
JTIOIthAI-r.-Itootl lutlic , foot or power , flfoet
. lout ; . I. Indies u hit' , backxunrod and Kcrow
ciittiuir , with co npiutu chanuu o k'e.irui,1 , : i
chnol < it. ono b-lnch , ono 4-iui'h and ldr.ll
chuck : 'lkutH iniitnl tiirnln ; tooln. of ; uU'j '
ono'l-ho'tu power oil cir.'lne , ultli sh ifllu , ' .
pnjlujh , liultliiir. ut'All In good order and
u III bu hold eliu 111 for euhh or on time to rl lit
party. Ad'lis ' ) Mm II. Klllotl. l.u
'Jli ACMtKoof bind In southern low.i fur-i il'
> & \ * I per ncroi w iiciuN fruit furni In .Mliln
county fornalu. Johnston Vim I'atton.
J/OU .SAIIHutu Is und re tiiir.int : In linvn
and Nelirusnii , doliu1 pro III tlile limlmm
and well loeiitnl ; "ill tuku luiid In part tr.ulo ;
\srltufordutalls. i ; II. Hhoufe.
l OK HAI-i-A : IIret cliih * Block of < ; o
H ineruh indite with goodwill ; iirlcu t. , . . . ,
will luUu uuod laud muxuhuu u , I' . 11 , bhuufu.
771OIJ PAI.i : fctoeK ( if inlllliierv and nutloni ,
J. ultli store nnd llxturiM ; price J , , IJJill
r du for land. Ii II Mieafi1
ITIOIt " "Aljl * SI ncrosof sjooil 1 mil and new
-L1 eottiKo. with fonrncri's land in Warnors-
\lllc. Neb : all inoifoiii liiiiiiii\enicnts will
oMlitiiuo for a pleaoint. cult 1 0 free nf lu-
I'liiiihiauet ) In Council lllnlN or Uniahiu
Ii II.h !
Itr.NT Two of thu best t irrii'Kll.its on
rourlh streol.
1O | { ' -Ali-Alblon : Itolicr mills on Iloono
Jihoi. . Nub.i llnest w itei po\M < r In tlio btatc ,
developing U''i liorsu
pqwer w iterontiro ycir :
dall > cipaclly , U > 0 huit'U ; ina-h ncrv anil
iippurteii meet complole In o cry detail fiooil
fiamo resldenco ; h iicrosof Ian I. tltlo pcrfoiH ;
price , j.'i.iiiii ; Mill tal c inilmprovuJ uaatern
Nebraska laud. Ii II. Miu.tfo
iCll D1SI35 ] ]
facll I Ics , npnaratiM n nil Uo
ci'iKHfu irjitm nit of 'vor/fi-ii
of dlsoasu niiiiilrln n odlu if or
uur.-lo il troatmunt.
M bed B fur patients , Ijo ird ant utton-I mas.
Hunt aciomoJatioin In thu vtou.
Wr.tu for clrciilnri on dufomntiin aiil
. braces. tiiMtui. club feet
, e irv iturmof Helm ) .
| | ilie . tiiinors , o incur , o it irrh , bionoli'tis , In-
i liiil.ulon.n uctrlclty , pinlysls , iiullensy , kid-
iiiiv.b a/lder oyo. oar. Mdn an 1 blooJ uiiU all
OF WOMEN ft.ft , ? , ! DUi ) ii'JJ ' of
Womun l'Kiii : Wo havulaluly , ad led I a lyliu-
. . . lupirtiiiunt for women during contliiuinont.
nrletly nr v itu I Un'v Kullatilo Mudloul lu *
ttituto innkln/ fliiojl tlty n.
Al II oed Illsu isoi Niiccusifuily troitoL
hynhliltlu rohon lomovcd fro n tnu ny toin
\Ulhont iiiKroury New Hint ir'itlvo 'I'ruul-
inent for l/os < of VII'AI , 1'UWKIL I'ursons nil-
uhiu to vlxit in matr bu trn ituil ul homo by
corruHpon iincu. All cominnniuallont conll-
dontlal .Mod el lie J or Inslru'iiimU mint l < y
ma 1 orexpntss oeunruly packed , uo m ir to
Ind catuconltintHor uonJur Onu per'oiml In-
tcry ew prufurru I , Call and cnnvilt in or son 1
hlntory of your cusu , and uu will mm J In plalu
I'lCKR : Upon 1'rlvalo.
/ , tl > ooluor \ Nurvoui UH-
, Iiiipotunuy , HyphllU , Uloftunl Vurluu *
ro > , wilhfiioJlion | IUU
uvb. Aiiullanuun for l uformlll i& Trtiioi.
Only manufactory lutliu Wonor in'.Vim il-
It A IJ-KltlK * A .V / > il KL I , V.
Omalia Mcdicdl and Sur&icil hisliliile ,
2Qth nnd DronUway , Oounoll DIu.Ti.
Ton inliiiitnV > | ilu from center of Oiu iln ou
i Uuuba uuil Oodaoll Ulutli oloslrlu motor llu * .

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