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i TIIK OMAHA mTT.Y J riTHSnAV. .TITNR Itt urn ft T&E DAILY BEE COUNCIL uL KO. 13 PEAHL l.jr carrier to nny purt of l'.i II. W. TILTON , - MANAOntl jfiAuit .I//ATJO.V. N. Y. Plumbing Co. Boston ft torn June nalo now on. Mlllonbcrgcr la the Imttcr , H)2 ) Broadway The Maj no Heal Kstatc Co. . 021 Broadway. CVJ'Ickcts will go c.nsilo : this morning for tlio commencement uxcrclscs of the High school class of 'U . An information was filed In the police court yesterday charging Dan Hobblns , a colored iiiun , with DoamllnK ono j ucy Jones uccnuso she refused to got him the ax when lie wanted It. A motion for a now trial was filed In the district court yesterday by the plalntllT in the cano of Fred ICruetrer against the city , In which a vonllct was rendered In favor of the defendant a short tlmo ago. Tlio following cases of tncailcs wcro re- j ported yesterday : Arthur Mnrr , Jennlo * Hull , Florence Shepard , Nora Forsythe , I toy 1 Wilcox. Krnest Olscn Is "reported 111 with gi'iirlct fovcr at the corner of Avenue 0 und Fifteenth street. / F. C. Wallace and Harriet C. Dally , both of Omaha , came to the Muffs last evening nml pulled the county clerk out of bed to irct them n marriage license. They were marricil by Justice Viun. They g.-un tbelr ages ns 28 nnd 0 respectively. Constable Baker was scon riding up street lust evening with a colored couple occupying the -Beat with him nnd n little plentifully deposited carefully on the Iloor of the buggy In front. The colored people were Oscar anil Lucy Jones aud their child , D.in Kobbins having fllcil an information niralnst them charging them vlth assaulting him. llnll , the Manuwn llshorinati. Is to have n hearing In Justice Field's court this morning on a few of the many chnrpes made against him some time ago by Andy Howling , who nrro-uoil him for so'ntnir. ' Ho Is nmIn ] all In Mnimwn for some oflcnso , but It Is lllauy that thu case of threatening to kill In which ho is defendant before Fields will take pre cedence of tlio other. The follovliig reception committee haa liccn appointed for tbo sheriffs' convention , which commences Its session In this city to morrow afternoon : John T. Hazcn. John M. Scanlaii , J. U Tcmpleton. 13. F. Walts , W. U Thlckstun , U A. LJcrgman , H.P. Uarrott , H. N. WhlttlMty , I' . E. Spencer. FredGelse , j J. A. Churchill and W. U. Ueed. Tlio nd- \ > dress of welcome will bo delivered by J. .T. Shea. Articles of Incorporation were filed with the county recorder yesterday by the Avoca Gcsangvcrcln , which Is organized , so the artldes state , "for tbe puriraso of vocal cul ture nnd the study of the German language , ns well as for such other ; branches of knowl edge as mny bo deemed of Interest and advantage - vantage to the members of tbo association. " Tbe trustees are S. Dleiloneh , William F. Schmidt nnd Theodore Hoblfs. Uov. floury Del-Dug , together with other workers connected with thu Union Christian Mission nnd Industrial , are arranging for n grand picnic to bo given for the children of the "school tomorrow in Fulrmount park. They will meet nt the Mission hall on llry- nnt street Wednesday morning ut U o'clock to leave for the park. All persons Inter ested who would like to aid the work In con tributions for the pietlio are requested to send to the mission at the lime nbovo men tioned or notify Mr. DoLong. 'Iliclc'ry Farm. " the delightful comedy druniii of Now England lifo , will ho given this evening ut Dohnny's opera IIOUBO hy the Inisfuil Philharmonic nnd Dramatic cluh. The proceeds uro to ho devoted to St. Bernard's hospital. Music hy Prof. Miller and daughter. Tickets. SO cents. No o\tnv ; charge for refcorved beats. The play sparkles with wit nnd humor from start to finish , and will receive a line presentation ut the hands of this well known und popular local organization. Cutting HI rnw You can got Jap and Chine'so mat tings cheap now. From now on until the stock is all sold the Council BlulTs Carpet company will sell all their matt ings at greatly reduced prices. ' All summer milinory goods at Miss Kagbdftlo's must bo closed out before Julyfi. Great bargains in all lines in next twenty days. I'JSttbOXAL 1'ttlt.tHlt.ll'IlS. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Davis , accompanied by tlio former's fattier , have gene to Chicago cage for a visit. Dr. M. J. Bellinger loft last evening for Fort Scott , Kan , , In answer to a summons from that point. Mrs. G. S. Eastman loft last evening for a visit with friends In , Boston and other portions tions of Now England. Miss T..ydla A. Webster , who was prlncipa of the High school a few years ago is visit ing friends in the city. Mn . Charles K , Hannan is contcmplatini. a visit to her old home in Michigan , and will take In the World's fair enrouto. Mr. and Mrs. 11 II. Hothcrt of DCS Molnes nro in the city visiting their father. Super intendent II. W. liothert , of the School for the Deaf. F. 11 Booth returned yesterday morning from n trip to Minneapolis. Ho spent about n week tatting bicycle Jaunts throughout the neighboring country. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Atkins , Dr. T. B. Lapoy nnd son Tom are planning an ovcrlandarip to Spirit lake. They will leave by coach about Juno -3 and spend a mouth enjoj ing nn outing. _ Ten liny a nt the World's 1'iilr. It will cost you less than $50.00 , every thing necessary included. This means homes in private cottage , clean , bufo , close to grounds nnd on the beach of Lake Michigan. Write to J. T. Chyno- woth , "Windsor Park , 111. Refers to U. W. Tllton of THE DEI : , or Jacob Sims of Sims & Bainbrldgo , Council BlutTa. The Uruntl llutol , Council BlulTs. The most elegant In Iowa. Dining room on bovonth floor. Unto , SII.OO and * 5.00 u day. E. F. Clark , Prop. _ Motccor & itumUrll'x Inn Crtmiu. Try Mot/gor fe Rumllott'a pure nnd delicious ice creams und ices and you will order no other. Ueroinloii to UrHilunto * , The graduating class of the High school was tendered n reception last evening by the members of the junior class. The residence of W. O , Wlrt , on Willow uvenuo , was the place selected , nnd It presented u brilliant BCcno. Forty members of the Junior class were there and about half as many seniors. licsldesJhcse there wcro all the members of the school board with their wives and ten or n dozen teachers. The lawn In Iront of the honso was used as the main reception room , the xtato of thy weather and the nat ural preferences of young pconle for secluded sKts | malting It n < ere desirable than in doors. The Sutorlus Mandolin club of Onmhn was present and furnished delight ful muslo all through the evening , Shortly after It ) o'clock elegant refreshments served. This evening the members of the graduat ing class will bo treated to an address by Kov. Frank Crane of Omaha at the Masonlo temple. Mr. Crane Is one of the finest speakers of the west , nnd all who go may be surujjf being Instructed ns well as amused , The lecture 1s free to all. Manawa trains will run daily from to day , leaving Broadway l > and 11 u. m. , und every honr from 1 p. m. until Ui , m Williamson & Co. . 100 Main street , largest and best blo.vclo stock in city. Cook yoi incuts this summer on a gas rango. At cost ut Uio Gus company. Stop at the Ogden , Council BlulTs , tc lest $2.00 houbo iu Iowa. NEWS FROM CO. BLUFFS Annual Oommoncomont Exoroissa ftt tbo Iowa Bcbool for tbo Deaf , ELOQUENCE SEEN IN PANTOMIME Kiprculvn Significance of the SlRii t/in- BimKo UrHiitirnlty I'urtrnjrfil > y Hi" ( InidnntcK Appcnl ol n Sllrnt Thinker Mrinljcru of tlio Cluii. The graduating class of the Iowa School for tbo Deaf hold Its commencement exer cises yesterday afternoon. The greatest In terest Is nlwa > s felt by the public hf these exorcises nnd the Interest was manifested by the presence of nn audience that tilled the chapel of the Institution to Its utmost capacity. Tbo grounds are sep.iratcd from the city by about two miles of the most de lightful country scenery to bo found any where in the west , nnd with the roads In such condition as they were yesterday It was not to be wondered at that so many took advantage of the opiwrtunlty of getting away from the city and talcing a few breaths of fresh air. Tbo grounds upon which the School for the Deaf Is located are probably the most beautiful of any public institution In the state and the green grass and shaded drives gave tbo visitor a feeling that lie had dropped out of the world and was taking n brief excursion In paradise. It was about 'JBO : o'clock before the audt- once bad all arrived and the program was commenced. There wcro thirteen members of the graduating class and each one had some share In the afternoon's entertain ment , cither nn essay or n recitation. These cssais and recitations were all delivered in the sign language , of course , and were in terpreted to the audience by one of the teachers. One striking feature was tbo craco with which each graduate con veyed his Ideas through the medium of motions. Each gesture w.is full of life and meaning and every glancu gave nn added significance. The pupils are required to give a great cical of time to gymnastic and callsthenlc exercises , und that doubtless accounts for the un wonted freedom of movement they display , for it is uncommon to tlnd among graduating classes hi colleges nnd public schools so much uniformity In this respect. Showing Ciillstliunln 1'rullclcury , The practical workings of ( hh gymnastic training was exemplified in a wand drill , fan drill ami parasol drill , performed by twelve young ladles In uniform. A plnno was played during the drill , and some one might have had an Idea that some little hearing must have been left the young ladles from the ex actness with which they went through the various movements. Such was not the case , however , the object of the muslo being more to serve ns an accompaniment for the bcnellt of tbo audience than as n means of controll ing the movements of the drill. The llrst oral class , consisting of seven pupils about 10 or li ! years of age , pave an exhibition of their talking powers by re peating the old nursery story of "Who Killed Cock Kobini" Several of the speakers used almost the same intonations that would have been used by children who were in the full possession of their faculties , nnd by doing so gave all the stronger testi mony to the excellence of tbo methods of in struction in use in the institution. Anothci beautiful feature was the representation ir the sign laiuruago of the hymn. "Nearer , My Hod , to Then , " by five young ladies , the hymn being sung by two ladles In order to gvo the audience a chance to note the differ ences between the two languages. The orations , almost withmit exception , showed talent on the part of tbo writers Waldo Henry fZothcrt-n son of Superin tcndent Rothcrt , in tbo course of his oratioi ou the subject of "Children of Silence. " made a pathetic plea for tbo persons from whom nature has withheld the power o" speech. Sonsoa of the Silent. "Nature , " said lie , "trying to make up for ttlint Miu hns robbed us of , bus < iuiclL'np < onr other tenses and nmiln the cyo keener tlio touch more delicate. You , who are h full poi-scsslon of all the sensuii , must not think thnt wo are without uny. The deaf have the power of observation and Intuition. Tlioyonloy the names of childhood's happy days as keenly and In nil , not tlpi > mllng on the cur. will often times excel their morn fortunate playmates In tbo manly sports and physical o.\eiclses. As u clnss. their achieve ments will rank with any. Xor aiothoy with out beatts or minds , and oncu masters of the dllllcultles which lia\o surrounded their path way to knowledge , tholr progress Is only lim ited by their abilities. "Our fuelhiKH , our appreciations are asstrong and fervent as yours. Our thoughts trust , urons pure und noble. Our efforts to llvo so that H nun wulcuvo the woild It shall bo bet ter than when wo cnmonro us commendable us yours. Many are the hardships wo must un dergo , many thu disappointments no must meet , but buidestof all for ns to bear uro thu many mlbconcept Ions so often entertained by thu speaking uoild. "Yet In thUhow dllToront It Is today from those dark ages of the pust when oven the wUest philosopherclaimed that any attempt to educate the deuf was useless , U was thoiiKbt nnd maintained that knowledge of laiiKiniKu could only he obtained thiougli thu ear , und for loiiKcenturles , parents whose sensor or daughters weio without the sense of heur- liiK , allowed their children to tiow up In ) B- noruncu and darkness without uny cultuie or refinement. Kvldcnco cif Human I'rorcss. ( "To Instruct the deaf , no art could reach ; No care Improve ; no wisdom teach" was a tboiiKhl maintained by the philosophers , which caused thousands to I HI shut up In hos pitals and JullllKu institutions , und mude jmruntb ashamed of their own chlldien or to treat thorn us so many slaves , or beasts of burden. The far-famed code of Justinian de creed that they should bo destroyed , us they were incapable of enjoying thu privileges of cltlronshlp. "SHU with all the bnastod progress of this u o , there uro those who see In ns but objects of charity , or Idle curiosity. My fi lends , wo uru human like youihclvct , ; wohuvu the sumu forma and figures , the sumo hearts und souls , thu biinn ) desires and aspirations. Wu udmlru the sumo buautlos of natnrn and love the llowerti that smllu on thu green carpet us well. 3I Tlio sun shines upon us with c < | iiul warmth I and wu aroull'euted Urn faamo as yon by thu I deep calm of the woods or the subllmo gran deur of the ocean. All In all , wo uro members of thu sumo family unu us one , who IIUH lost an armor a log , still retain * hU place In i-oclcty , i-o wi > , too , who nave lout onr hearing , ask the recognition to which wo nro entitled. Wo ask yon to uppieclato and understand IH , as wo do [ you , to movu over and glvu IH u seat In thu car of progress , and oven -move to meat us half way In our ulTorlH to understand pach other. " Tlioao Who finlihod. The following Is a list of the graduates , who received diplomas : Waldo Henry othcrt , Council Hluffs , Pottawnttamlu county ; William Hurd MoVny , Cascade i , Dulnuiuo county ; John Qulllin , Wnukon > , Allamakcu county ; Oscar Duca , Holaiui. Story county ; I.tlla Edith McGownn , Ochcycdnu , Osecolu county ; Nellie Pauline Mensch , Springdulo , Cedar county ; Anna Kll&ibolli Fuller , Council Hluffh , I'ottnwat- tumio county ; Nellie May Pierce , Marshall- town , Marshall county ; Gruco Elizabeth Gait , Truer , Tumn county ; Minnlo Colestla Tlioma.Xuolu , Pottawnttomlo county ; Agglo Elizabeth Jackson , Hrcdu , Carroll count ) ; Milllo Worttilngton , Mnratiulltown , Marshall county ; Alma Ostcrluud , Les ) Molnes , Polk county. Of these six have passed the required ex amination to entitle them to pursue further studies In tbo national university nt Wash ington , but whether they will bo nblo to avail themselves of the opportunity to do so is not yet known , Impeded lliitldlnff nnd Ci round * . After the program wr.s completed nn op. portunlty-was given to go about the various rooms of the building and look at the work of the pupils In various departments. The exhibits wcro not ipulte so full as In previous years , from the fact that many of the best specimens have been sent to the World's fair , but nevertheless there was u show ing that rollccted great credit on all con cerned. The wood carving , crayon and watercolor - color painting and fcncy work were excel lent , as well as the work In ttio departments which come more especially under the heat of school work. The evening was taken up.wlth n recep tion by the members of the Junior class to the graduates. Hero , as In the afternoon there were many visitors from tbe city. bu < tholr presence did not detract la the lent , from the enjoyment of the nuplls. Tlic chapel was transformed into a dancing hall ana a program of fourteen numbers wae danced , refreshment ! being served during thanvcnlnK. Today thn pupil * will depart for thc-lr roM 'llvo homes , nnd the doom of the Institution will close itulll next Hup * ember , In ttin llluT ( . W. H. Heed , the county treasurer , who l nt the head of the finance committee In the arrangements bclm ? undo for the coming on- ntr.pnicnt of the Sons of Veterans- ncccs- arlly depending on generous subscriptions iy the citizens , The expenses of properly entertaining these visitors will bo large , nnd Council HltifTs will not allow her reputation or hospitality to bo diminished. General Dodiro has started the list with J100. nnd It others respond with proportionate road- ness antl liberality there will bo 10 lack of needed funds , It Is to bo hoped that citizens will not wait to tie personally solicited In n cause which ns deeply concerns them ns It does .ho Individuals who compose the committee. Those who nro honored by a call from tbo commlttf o should bo In readiness to respond iromptly nnd generously. Tbo encampment is an Important gatherlni : of representatives from all parts of the state nnd the citizens who so severely scored the members ol the local camp for shrinking from the responsi bility of properly entertaining the visitors ind who have made such ready promises to liclp when the tlmo should come now have the opportunity and will doubtless 1m- [ irovo It. Cold StnriiKo nml CnmmlMlun , Wheeler. Iloreltl & Co. , cold storage and commission. Only perfect storage plant in western Iowa : fruits and pro duce n special ty. 131 East Broiuhvny , Council BlulTs. "Great clearing sale of millinery 1'oing out of businc i everything less " than cost. The Louis , 25 S. Msiin"St. Commencement ut St. rrmicls Academy. The twenty-third commencement of tlio St. Francis academy will bo held on the 28th and S'.ith of Juno. The graduates are : Miss i\nnu Drake of Walnut. Miss Carrlo Fclber of Hurtington , Neb. ; MUscs Lucy Lynch , Sntllo G. Oriftln. Paula CoL'gcshall , Apncs Uanahoy , Kate O'Hourko , Margaret T. Tay lor. Mary Lvnch. Nellie Dnnuhcy and Mamie O'Uonnnll of this city. Tlio subjects of the young ladles will be as follows : Heaven Message Rood Will..Margaret Taylor Progress by Denial Agnes Dnimhey A Woman's \Vay Mary Lynch llotteredbyTlmo Xelllo Damihrty No Age Content Kutle O'Uonrko Constant ! o Home Miunlo U'Donnull Thu ynn May Shine , Yet 1'nll to l.lisht. . . Carrlo 1'cl Her All In a Lifetime Lucy Lynch This Nnmo of Mlno 1'anla ( . 'Ojifji'shull The 1'lood on the I'loss Anna Drake After All ( valedictory ) Sadlo Uilllln A line program of music , both vocal and Instrumental bus been arranged for each evening. Mtin.twit Theatricals , Manawit Theatrical company , com mencing Sunday afternoon , will pivc twc performances daily. Program for Sun day afternoon anil evening , ' 'The Moun tain Waif. " Curtain rises at 3:30 : nnd 8:30 : , now pavillion ojwrii house at lake. Greenshiolds , Nicholson & Co. have moved their real esUito ollice to lfX ! ) Broadway , opposite postotlico. Tel. 151. Suit ou u Contract. P. II. Wind commenced a suit in the dis trict court yesterday against L. A. Dovino ana L. H. Hanscom , who until a month or so belonged to a partnership which was organ 1/cd for the purpose of putting up a new implement buildiuc Just west of tbo North wcstoru depot. This building was to cost ? S.J50 : , and the contract for Its erection was let to Wind. Subsequently the two gentle men decided to dissolve the partnership , and refused to let Wind go on with the work. Ii tbo meantime , howeverWind had purchased 3,000 worth of material which ho claims is of a peculiar character , so that there is no demand for it in the market. IIo now finds himself with it on tils bands. Ho alleges that the contract would have been wortl $2,000 to him over the cost of carrying ou its terms , and ho demands u Judgment fo thnt amount neuinst both defendants , and : writ of attachment on the ground that t ore about to dispose of their property. Pure ice From Missouri river channel. Mulhollaiulifc Co. , Brown building. Telephone 102. Protect your homes against dcstruc ivo storms.r. . C. James has the itrongest companies in the world. Will IIivn : u Hiniiltcr. The members of the Ganymcdo Wheel lub mot in regular monthly session last ivcnlng at the club rooms and decided to have u smoker in honor of the Omaha Wheel lub ou Saturday evening , Juno " 4. The Omaha club has about 100 members and hero nro over sixty Ganymcdcs , so that hat particular partof the welkin that hangs jvcr tbo Grand hotel will bo apt to do some , all ringing before the affair is over. The question of having a club button came lip. Chairman Gcorpo Pullman showed a sample button ho had had made by an east ern manufacturer. Ho was instructed to hid out from the local Jewelers what rates they could make on the work. Eli Brown , Fred Meyer nnd G , T. Dahl were admitted to membership in the club. Music for balls , parties , picnics , so cials , etc. , by Mucielnns Union. J. E Follt-ttj Mgr. , 400 B'way , Council BlulTs. Worilrn I'louils Utility. It was expected that all yesterday would jo taken up with the trial of cases on the Timlnal docket in the district court , but owing to the sickness of certain members of the family of J. J. Stewart , who appeared ns attorney for several of the defendants , but llttlo was done. Jay Warden , tbo Coy burglar , pleaded guilty to the charge of bur glarizing F , W. Spetman's store , and was re manded to Jnll until next week , when ho will probably bo sentenced. Tbo remainder of tbe day was taken up with the trial of the case of Hurtles against Witt , which will probably monopolize the attention of the court until tbo latter part of the week , Another improvement to the popular Schubert piano. Swanson Music Co Gco. S. Davis , prescription druggist 1'ulr anil Cooler , with West VFlmU Are the - I'roillctioim Tor Nebraska Todny. WASHINGTON , Juno 12. Forecasts forTucs- day : For Nebraska Fair ; cooler ; wind * shifting to westerly. For low.v-Falr ; copier i south winds. For the Dakotas Fair ; cooler east ; winds .lifting to westerly. Local Itecortl. OFFICE or Tim WEATIIBH HUHIUU , OMAHA. Juno 1- . Omaha record of temperature and rainfall , compared with corrcsuondlng days of past four years : 1B03. 1892. 1891. 1ROO. Maximum temperature , 00 = erie HIO 88O Minimum tempuruturu. . 71O 720 02 = > 030 Avorano temperature . 80 = > H4O 7iO : 70O Precipitation . 00 ,00 , aa .01 Statement showing ttio condition of torn- poraturo and precipitation at Omaha for the day aud since March 1 , 1SUI ; ; Normal tomnoraturo . , . , . 710 i\ccssfortliodav : . . . 99 Delteluncyblncu March 1 . 270 o Normal precipitation . , . 10 inch Deficiency for the day . 10 Inch Excess blnco March 1 . 2.04 Inch Itcpurti from Other 1'olnU nt H p. in , T" Inaicatuj trace. G. E. HUNT , Local Forecast Ofllclal. AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA Gouncilmcn Moot nnd .Transact the Usual Gist of Butluo&s. ONE ORDINANCE THAT DID NOT PASS 11 u i jNUbt lor Hit ) I'ollcc Accident to n Itcal I > ti t 'Slan Horn * of Interest In tlio . City. Tlio South Omaha city councllmcn paid some attention to Mayor Walker's request nnd assembled before 8 o'clock last evening. Member Scbultzcame first , promptlynt":30. : Councilman llruco came next and Conloy third. With the exception of Councllmen Holla and Mullaly , the others wcro In their scats nnd ready for business nt the appointed hour , Heforo the meeting adjourned all the members bad arrived. Mr. Schultz reported that repairs had been ordered on engine house No. - to the extent of $ I0. ! v The ordinance levying special lax on cer tain property for sloping and grade was read a third time and passed. The ordinances creating a special tax In districts No. 1'J und IS passed. Wymah moved that the misdemeanor or- dtminco bo placed on Its second and third reading by title and final passage. Councilmen - men Conlcy , Koutsky. Mullaly and Bruce op posed the motion .but it carried. The feeling against this ordinance seemed to bo a surprise to Wymun , who stated that with the consent of his second ho would \\lthdrawiilsmotlon. Wood refused to do this unless there was cause. Wyman said the ordinance bad been drafted by the city attorney and ho bcllevcu It to bo a good ono. Mr. Vandusen. the cltv attorney , explained that ho had drafted the''misdemeanor ordinance nt tbo suggestion of Police Judge Fowler. That the ordinances con cerning misdemeanors now In vogue were passed when South Omaha was n village , and that in many Instances now they were weak. The ordinance ututer dis cussion would servo the city for years to como and It contained nothing but what was In , the Omaha misdemeanor ordinance. Mayor \Vulker said ho was opposed to the passage of the ordinance because bo was not posted ou its details. Mr. Bulla was in the same boat. The motion was then with drawn , and the ordinance , upon motion of Councilman Brucr , goes over for three weeks. A petition liberally signed , to grade D street from Seventeenth to Twentieth was read. Property owners petitioned for a sanitary sewer on u street near Twenty-sixth. J. F. Klchhardt asked that the alley way between Twc'ntjMlfth and Twenty-sixth on the south side of N street bo cut to grade. D.ivo Anderson gave notice of the oad con dition of the alloy north ol N street between Twenty-fourth nnd Twenty-tilth. John F. Murphy gave notice that on ac count 01 the bad condition of the alloy be tween M and N streets at Twenty-second bis peoj > crty had been damaged $450. Ho asked to bo reimbursed. J. F. Hitchbort presented n bill for § 127 as damages done by the recent rain washing away the curb in front of his building on N street. City Attorney Vandusen returned the bills for domages of Montgomery & Doud for $1,000 without his approval. Also the bill of C. M. Aunt for &OU , which is lor alleged damages done by the recent storm. He con sidered both bids excessive. Ihe city engineer was instructed to draw a map of the city for Use in the council chamber. Tbo city attornov was Instructed to com pile nn ordinance afllxing a penalty for driv ing over sidewalks. Mr. Vnndusen stated that there was already nn ordinance to that effect in vogue , but the mayor put the mo tion nnd it carried. The asphalt company was instructed to make necessary repairs in the pavement on Twenty-fourth street. Bills amounting to $1,070.05 were allowed. 003 of the amount being the bill of Parks & Bro. for repairing the Q street viaduct. Mrs. ilrcga addressed the council in re gard to damages sustained to her property at Twenty-seventh and N streets. She asked for protection in the way of paving and curbing. That the repairs already made were not good. The blocks were put back on the street where they were torn up without tnr or cement and she wished the city would sco that the work was done properly. The lady said she wasn heavy taxpayer and deserved protection. The matter was re ferred to the street commissioner. Councilman Bulla moved that bteps betaken taken to abate the nuisance complained of by .1. J. Mahoney at Twcnty-ilfth nnd N streets , and an ordinance wasordercJ drawn in accordance with the same. The contract for gradinglthe alley'way be tween Twenty-third aud Twenty-fourth and J and L streets was awarded to Daniel Hun- nou. IIiiRy Night tor tliu I'ollce. - The nolico filled the city Jail with all sorts of characters over Sunday and Judge Fowler was ntho busiest man in town yesterday. Steve Maddocks , n pug from Indian bill , who hns si vcn the police considerable trouble , was run in for viiuraney aud sentenced to thirty days imprisonment. M. L. Uuckcr swiped a chicken from the White Elephant chop house , where ho had been working , nnd taking the fowl to a neighboring saloon had a feast on beer and fried chicken. Ho was given thirty minutes to leave tbo city. Charles Bethel was ar rested by the watchman at tbe-stock yards for stealing lumber. There were no loose boards in , , sight so Bethel began tearing down n fehco for kindling wood. Chief Beckett is anxious to have the city buy a strong box to bo used at the station house. Ho has no place now to keep the valuables taken from prisoners but a small room on which the door can not oven bo closed , say nothing of being locked. At times ho has several hundred dollars worth of goods in this room nnd ho thinks the city should provide him with a proper place to * store them. The matter will bo brought to the attention of the city council at its meet ing tonight. Mnclo City ( ioxtlp. Mike O'Donucll loft last night for Chicago. Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Whtttlesey returned homo yesterday from a trip to Chicago. James Kennedy and James Walters , charged with being drunk and disorderly , were run In by Ollieer Van Wlo. The fire team that was reported stolen from No. 'J engine house was found nt a farm six miles north of Omaha. Councilman Wood's wife and son left last evening for Mount Clemens mineral springs in Michigan , where they will spena several weeks nt this famoushealth , , resort. Three births were reported yesterday as follows : To Mr. and fth'3' Andrew McGuIre a girl ; to Mr. and Mrs. Dick Kelgcr a girl ; to Mr. and Mrs. Clures ) ( Meyers u boy. Tom Mahcr , the man arrested with Minnlo Nelbon , was sentenced to llftceii days in the county Jail. The Nelson woman was con victed of stealing a dress from Mollie Fish und lined $10. r > 0 , " John Coiinora waspuspcctea of being im plicated in the Alexander robbery , but there was not sufllclcnt evidence to prosecute him on that charge , but ho was convicted of va grancy and sent to the hill for ten days. Mr.J F. P , Freeman , the real estate man , met with an accident yesterday , In turning to cross the motor tracks on Twenty-fourth street , the animal made too brief a curve and upset the buggy , Mr. Freeman was thrown out and slightly bruised. The horse kept ou running until ho reached the big mud hole nnd iHiiitl of wi\tor at Twenty fourth nnd It sttcolivhfn ho look n hcndor nnd It wn XM-eral opcomU bo furo nnylhlng could bo soon of cither her o or buggy l y prompt notion the hnrnvts was cut nnd the horse rescued , This Is the dnngcrom hole thnt the city council has been repeatedly nked to have filled , The buggy was wrccuod. A gangling-shanked thief with plenty of nerve rushed Into Mrs. Kelly's boardlnif house at Thirty-third and Q streets yester day noon and grabbed n coat , pants and vrst that bolonucd to one of the boarders. Ho then made his escape. The lady left a very good description of the thief with the police nnd It Is believed bo will be caught. Miles Mitchell , ono of the best policemen on tbo force , run heross a trio of wanderers in Albright yesterday that showed light. The fellows were fakirs , and after Miles placed them under arrest they nil refused to go. The oflii-cr whipped out his six shooter and the gang submitted without nny shots being llrcd. They are booked as O , Hanson , George Morrlck nnd W. O'Neill , nnd will bo tried on the charge of resisting an o Ulcer. J C. Happcrsott had only boon In South Omaha long enough to shako hands with Tom Flynn when ho was robbed. Happcr sott travels for a Chicago 11 rm sclllm ; boots and shoes. Upon his arrival bo sot his grip of samples on the walk In front of Scykora's drug store and walked over to Flyun's to tnko. an order. Returning In llvo minutes ho discovered that some thief had carried off the grip containing about $53 worth of shoes. JUNIOR PKOQBAM. Ilronncll llnll Cclnlirittc * CloMiiu IXcrcUos 11T tlio YenrV Work. The closing exercises of the year's work nt Brownoll hall began yesterday afternoon In what is termed the Junior program. The chapel was filled with parents nnd friends of the young people. The program proved to bo ono of exceptional interest. Tbcro were two essays , three recitations and several very fine selections of vocal and Instrumental music. Miss Grade Uowloy. the youngest of the entire school , acquitted herself with especial merit. The art department was open for the in spection of parents and friends of the pupils. It proved a source of much interest to nil. The annual muslcalo was given last night In the presence of a largo a'ulloiico rcprc sentlng culture and Intelligence. The following program was rendered In a manner quite satisfactory to the audience : I'AllT I. Overture 1'oet and Peasant Puppo Misses M. Heed and 0. Howe. > Evening Hymn Concono Chorus Class. Scher/o Ilurglol Miss A. Nelson. Etude Galop Uendo MissE. . Smith. Convlcn I'artlr Oonl/ottl .Miss K. Collins. Wurum Schumann Miss L. Dlebold I'aust ( wait.and rhorui ) founod.-TImm ! Misses M. lletzul , (1. Baldwin , L , Laison and W. Cuttle. The llluo Eyes of Bprlnc Prnnz Hies Miss It. Fowler. I'AHT II. Caprlcclo Brilliant , Op. 22 ( with second piano Mendelsohn Miss P. Doty. Serenade Schubcrt-Ijlszt Miss 1C. Collins. Fairies Slumlicr Song Hurtlett Master Windsor Dohurty. I'umponuotto Durand Miss Ella Cotton. Berceuse Chopin Miss E. Abbott. Hearts Spilngtlmo WIekudo Ml s E. Holt. J ( ul Barcarole In H Ilublnstoln ( tl La Itcgutu do VenUlana ( Nottnrno ) Usr.t The comnicnccmcnt proper will take place touay beginning at 10a.m. The following young ladles will graduate upon that occasion : Miss Edith Abbott , Grand Island ; Miss Ellen Baird. Miss Louise Uhecrn , Miss Edna Elmer , Omaha. JUST u.irisa A auuv Kululla Jhijoyinc Herself ut Chicago Plans for Vntnro Doings. CHICAGO , Juno 12.--IIcr royal high ness , the Princess Eulalia , has decided to continue her visits to the World's fair during the remaining days of lior stay in Chicago. She is delighted with her experience in Chicago and at' Jack son park , and has determined to put ii as much sight seeing as is possible. She goes back to New York on Wednesday morning , where the government will bid her adieu , and where she will cease to be the olllcial guest of the nation. The infanta will not leave for Spaii before the last week in Juno , nnd during , the interval the Now York tuft hunters will probably have a chnnco tocntortaii royalty. When the infanta was in Now York she would have been overwhelmed with the attentions of the " 400" hat they been permitted to jerk down the olllcial barrier that has surrounded her pinco she has been the guest of Unnlo Sam. The infanta appreciates the eondi tions which surround her present visit nnd as she is n great stickler for cour1 etiquette , she has followed the progran : originally mapped out to the letter. A the same time Eulalia is said to bo thor oughly democratic , and her whole course while in Chicago demonstrates that she is iu for a good timo. The bestand most interesting thing she has ever been is the exposition , and as she was hent ov'er to look at it in the place of the queen re gent , she has determined to "do" it thoroughly. J'JtUi ) TO KILL TllK Insuiio Actions of a Htrungo Woman In tl Uubuijno Cathedral , DuiiUQUE , la. , Juno 12. Afashionnblj attired woman , about 50 years old , win subsequently stilted that she wua froir Clermont , la. , entered the sanctuary o the cathedral during high mass yebtei day , just as the hornioni begun. Sh bowed to the bishop and took scat on the opposite side of the pane tuary. ( Chancellor Uurko beckoned her to the sacristy door , bit ) she refused to leave the sanctuary , and , bo- Hoving her a mere simpleton , and not wishing to create a scone by using force , he suffered her to return to the sanctu ary and take n seat beside the prolate. As Father Holan dcs-conded from the pulpit , she aroHO and shouting to him , "Come on , " knelt before the bishop to offer n prayer. She explained later that the angels had commanded her to knc-ol , before the bishop nnd pray before killing him. While she was kneeling , a boxton appeared , She grappled with him , but ho forced her out of the sanctuary , down the main ni.slo , and out of the church , while she bhouted , "I must kill him ! Tlio angoln tola mo to kill him. " Chancellor Burke sent for a police man , but the buxton allowed the woman to depart before the ollicor appeared. She was identified as u woman who had called ut the episcopal residence lute Friday night to bco the bibhop and had been refused admission. Ncphow of I'reidduiit I'lllmoro .Dloi , ANN AiiUOK , Mich. , Juno 12. Alder man Ariel II. W. Fillmore died last night , uged about 47 yours. IIo leaves a widow. Ho way a nephew of thu late Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ABSOLUTELY ProMtlont Mlllnnl Plllinnro nnd wn < i\ proiiilnoiit MIHOII nnd Knight Templar , isntn inn MISKIUHU : v.titiitt. : tVlndrld Wcnrpr , tlmnm Sprnffitii' * Amnll- nut , ronnil Dpnd In thu Illrrr , MOXTU-KM.O , 111. , Juno 115. The iiiys tory thnt has surroiitulod the Weaver Sprn'tto outrage has IHJOII solved by the finding of the body of Wlnllehl Weaver in the Snngnmon river , two miles below this city. Upon examination It was found ho hnd out his throat , and It is now believed that when ho found the ollleora had discovered that ho was the man who had assaulted Emma Srnguo , he went direct to the river bridge west of MonUeollo. taking his razor , cut his throat and foil into the river. A core ner's inquest was hold nnd the verdict was that ho came to hU denth by his own hands , cutting hla throat nn2 drowning. Don't bo deceived by Ignorant , unscrupulous fakirs nnd confi dence men , assuming to offer " Indian Kcmcdlcs , " nnd who pretend thnt their nostrums nro made by the Indians. nnd other Klcknpoo Intllnn llcmodluH nro TIIK OMAOF.MI. 11XK INDIAN 11KJ1KIIIKS J1ADK AMI SOLD IN AMKU1CA. The word " Klcknpoo" Is copy , righted anil they dare not btcul that. no furo yon pet " Klcknpoo Itomcdlo' , " HIU ) BOO thnt ctcry hnttlo ur pickago tuari till 'ac-slmlle signature tliui : Ail Ornnd A\o. , Xiv lluvvn , Cl. Thcsu gi'tiulno Iiult.m IlrnicdU'S : vn Dot peddled but are Bold ut nil driifj uturcs. Scnrtihrcc 2-c. iitiinpstopaj r" t thrlllliift n < l Intcnclr Intcmtlni ; linoh or 1TI ! piKOi. oiitllloil "I , It ! ! AM ) SUt.NtS A110.MJ T1IK KICKAPOO INDIANS. " Tclli all nliout the includes the great temperance drink Lit gives New Life to the Old Folks , " Pleasure to the 1'nrcnts , Health to the Children. Oood for All-flood All tbe Ti ! l i flK > , A as cent package mal.cs A box of BEGBUni PILLS i ! constitutes < > family inodl-p cina chest. Bit-Jl Hrrtil. aftiCf KV ( . " Klnmiicli , Z.osntf .4p- ixlltr , irtnii ami I'd In Ii thtStomacli Droumlntjii , Oild Cliilla. 2'liuhlng off rttat , SliortnfAi of Urcath , Oostlvenes * , ! Watches on the. Klitit , J > ht\trlicil Slffp , ' dud ( ill nervmi * niul Iri'mblliin seimn-l .Hani are nltrvcd lijuatiia them 1'llla i Covered with a Tasteless and Soluble Coaling Of alllniQji8ts Pried & * otmtsa box. Now York uopnt. SiS Cnnul flt. 1NDAPO HINDOO REMEDY rnoni'cEn Tim AVUVE . In BO IIAYC. Ciiri'n n - , , , - _ , orTous HlimFes , KnlllniT Memory , X. "f v' areiln , bk't'rlenliini , V/i'nkiicn B. J-- ' itr , nnd auicklv but curtly roloren I.o \ltnlllyK > l'l or jounir. E elly carried In vent pockot. 1'rlcr , 01.00 n jmckaKe. Six for f r . * IO with n wrlllcn vunr * ftlitcn In euro or muney reru i'd. Dnn't 1. 1 uny ui. lirlacluluil ilru'l'l | > t ri'll > oil any kiiul uf < militlnn. In- lilt onhavlnu 1 MIA I'llnonu oilier. If liu lint iu > ( tot It , wo will Firtllt by Hint ! uinjii receipt of iuU(4 Painplikt In pnnb'ii in\elo ; > o fiu > , Ad lrti < ii ( irlentiC Midieal Co. , ru I'ljnioulh I'liioc , Chlinuo , 111 , SOLD by Kulm & Co. , Cor. islli and Douglas Sis. , and j. A. Fuller U Co. , Cor. 141)1 ) nnd Douglas Sis , , OMAHA , NED. ; by 1'aul G. Schneider , 5:1 lUoadway ami 6 1'carl St. , COUNCIL ULUl'FS. IOWA , and other Io dine Drusglsu. KNOWLEGE IS POWER And Ilonlth is the Royal Road to Happiness. r.vcry mnnncr of chronic dUofno can bo cured without tlio use of medtolno nt ttio Council Bluffs ANTI-MEDICAL SANITARIUM. No matter bow nearly dl omirnco.l ynu ra , or how nniPli you tmvo sulToroil ii ml hid ollools of strain inpdlclno , you cnn bo cured mid tialn iiormnnont icnollt ur the now antt'inodtcnl system of treatment. Dis eases trjntcd : Ancinlii , Apoplexy , Antlimn , llroncliltlj , Cntnrrli , Coimtmiitlnit , Cutv.it nro of the Ulnp , lly pc > i > im. ipiloM.r : , I.Ivor Com- plntnt , Nruriilfftn , Itlicmimtlam , rornlTtu , Ciii tlpntlon , Kcrofnlii , Krtonm nnd All Illood Dlirmoi , IVmnlo WenkucsSi Doaf- nc , l.orignw , Hrrnlii or Ilnpturr , IMIcii , Ncrvom Allcotlons , Ilcnrt Dunne , Vuliy IMo. , All treated nnd cured by the Galvanic Electro Magnetic Unitary Pi r attracting nil animal , vegetable anil inlnurnl poHon ? . , VltaH/.od Vapor anil O/.onc Haths For piirlfyinn the blood nnd beautifying the complexion. Vitalised Heat and Magnetic Haths I'or paralysis , debilities and tonlnz up the system. Vitalized Chemical & Electric Haths I'or romovlni ? nil cancers nnd bloo.l poisons. The cnicncy of tlio Abciro Mnthoils Dally Demonsttiktod by 1.11 D. , . . , -AT 119 StuUmn Strut , Cwiill BlulJ , Ii CONSULTATION FREE. -Sluiori Co , 100-111-113-115 Mniu Street. Ltirgost stocof GUILDERS AND GENERAL HARDWARB In the city. Agents ot the Celebrated Gurney Hardwood Refrigerators , Agents for the Oil Gas Stoves , the safest and newest steve out. Wo nro exclusive agents for the Genuine Boynton Furnace , and nil furnace work is supervised by our Mr. Liutoriui ! > ser , who is ono of the best furnace men in the west. Wo curry a full stock ol Field Seeds. City ngents for the Pioneer Imple ment Co.'s goods. FOR Hprnyhm Tro : , Washing \Vlinlowd , Anil IhlKBlCR. donning Chicken Cuupu. Ilns tire brn'9 nozzles mill Bprnycr , b.irrol of BtilvanUoil Iron which c.innut corrode or wear out ; brnss top nnd brass vulva tu liurrel ; brnsj liluiiKvrnlth cross liandla niul valvoi of oak- tanneit K-nthcr. Work ] ns well nml Inils in long us a hlitb prlcoi pump Clrcutam froj. Agonu ranted CHAS. SCHULTHEISS , ConrjoJS1tlt , /ovv.i. Special PJ otic a3. nOUHlll QIUFFV A IlSl HALM'S nuil loan * farm nut oltpropartr -/Ibouulit nni oJ. ! Vatar * Tbo inn. CounMl Illulla. ftln.tlK \ rumovei ! , ojsipoJls. T.uilti. chlmnir * vJclcanml. 1M llur , < t. . ut Taylor's urosary , 51) llroudway. B iKUIj liomo ; nil modern convcnloncoit louprliioi , orny toriui. A. J. Maml'jl , O. IlIulTa. HOMI'S 1 will trndomy oiiuitlos In ono or two KoodilwiMllnzj for clear lots , llul.incj on Ion ; time. II. J. Ail.Miix , UH 1'orln monuo. AWJAINH-Kor sale , TU by li'.O fool on Franklin iiTfiiiie , . .iW. 22H , nlTi-H lielwron lit Mreet and Franklin avemio. Kcst pltittttiK propnrty In tbo city , tJJ.03J.UJ. Two lots nppciHlto 'IblritttrvPl school , $1,60000. Ono lot In Wllnon Tcrrncu. S'lVj ' Ofl. Thieo lots , corner \lnln ntrcet and 12tb Hvenus. Item Kltn for Itnplumc'iit tioiisa In tlo city. f7.KD.00. l.oiiKOu , VI'o\\lo. iiii 1'oarl Btrocl. homo for tmlo In most deatrabl * tbu Ku glim nil Wlo > roplilent'o. No. Ill ) S. bill Urcct. All modern conveniences , barn , oto , < Diiy A , Iluib , , | BO ncro oo < l , Improved fnrm in sue , 37-3J-4I Bliorl- I ibin Co , , M > u. , fur mln nt ? l OJIUJ. Tills U nwdr below Itu value. Johnston .V Vutt lfattun. \U " YOU want to rtnt your lioutto ? If no call At "thu Mnj'jiu Heal Eutnlu Co. , nIlruadway. \ . . 610 AC1II 8 Kood land In fiospor county , Nab. , for i-irlmniHi fur Impaired property In Council UlulM. 'llioMayuo Heal Kntnte Co. , (15) ( ) llroadwnn' TVTICH coTI'AOns-Sovernlof them for saloi loir 1 > prlcca nml very cimr payinuntH. The Mayna lleul Kttato Co , til llrondwuy. ACIIKACK wanlfd nnar Council lllulta In ex. cliniilic for } m ncrei line land In norlborn Mil. eoiirl , ni < ar Iowa line ; clear of Incuiubranco. Tbo Mnyno Heal KnUto Co.,1,21 llitinilwny. 110 Al'lll'.B linpruvcd Inml In nortburn Kane > , IcR'nr ( if lucuinbriinru ; will cxcliuiiKC for laiid ncnr Council lUulIn. 'ibo ilnyne Heal littato Co. , 1.VI llroinUuiy. l.MU ICXl'lIAMiK-Wcll IniprovcMl SO aero Iowa JL farm near food town ; ciiur of lncutnbranc | will oxclmugu lor nlco ro ldeneo In Council liluffA und pay caali dllTerenco. The Jlajno Heal ICiUto Co , Wl llroaawny. TWlq Works * O. A. SCHOED3ACK , Proprietor. Dyeing , Gleaning arid ttefinislilng OF GOODS OP UVKRY DESCRIPTION. Coupell BlulTs ollloo and works , cor. Avo. A and 20th St. ToSophono 310. Bond for circulars and price list. Onmha olllco : 16UI Fuinntn Tol. 1521. COUNCIL BLUFFS STEAM DYE WORKS All Ulndiof OjrolnK aud Uloanliu dune la tlio blKhctt Btylo ot tlio ii rt. 1'nJnU und BtulneU fuljrlcu ruatlo to lee I : ui goail a now. WorK promptly done and aollverea In ull parts of "tb country , tiond for T lirlco IliU O , A. A.Proprietor. Proprietor. llrcudwav. aoar NortU- wcitorn Depot , Tolouhono 222.