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jQtf tgS . THE OMAHA DAILY UKE : SUNDAY , JUNE 25 , 1893-8IXTEEN PAGES.
1IMAHACOMMKJA1X.Y . BEE COUNCIL. BLUFFS , OPKlCBt NO. 12 PBAUL y earrlrr to any purt of t'i city II. W , TII.TON. - MANAGER I Hil'IncM Office No. 43 - - irr-T rmir jt-H TELEl'HONKH Editor No. 23 N. Y. Plumbtntr Co Boston Store for sun umbrellas JucUon , pasturage , W" Sixth avenue. Mlltonbergcr Is tlio hatter , E03 Broadway The Mnyno Heal E.Uatc Co. , C'Jl Broadway. Dr. Montgomery returned last evening from Chicago and the cast. "Children's day" exercise * occur today nt the Second 1'rcsbyturlan church. Fred Stone , who assaulted ttlchard Green n few days ago , was lined 25.20 In police court yesterday morning. Frank Oworm , who Hvca eight miles from Wcston , had six mules killed by lightning last Wednesday tuoniliiiT. The jury , In the caw of Dartles against Witt , rotunicd n verdict In the district court yesterday of 8160 In favor of the plaintiff. Trculmnd ledge No. 60 will glvo picnic at Bock's beer garden. IXilboy's band will furnish music. Admittance will Do ! ! 3 cents for gentlemen , ladies frco. A plat of Chapman's addition to the city of Council lUuffs was Hied for record yesterday by Etta P. and O. W. Chapman. The addi tion In located between Fifteenth ana Graham avenues and adjoining High street. The Andrews Opera company closed a suc cessful engagement til Dohany's yesterday with two performances , "Plnaforo" In the Afternoon and "lolanthu" In the fuelling. Fair sired audiences wcro present on both occasions , the theater bo.lng especially well filled In the evening. The regular meeting of the Parochial Aid society of St. Paul's cliurch will bo held with Mrs. Bradbury , 108 South Sixth street , next Thursday afternoon. All the ladlesaro particularly requested to como and bring their pledges or send ihcm to Mlts Nellie Robinson , First avenue. Kov. , ) . E. Simpson of Wymnre , N'eb. , has accepted the rectorship of Grace church in this city and will formally take charge of the parish July 1. Dr. Perry Bishop of Iowa will preach the dedicatory sermon next Sunday , July 2. llev. T. J. Mackay will preach in the evening of the sa.no day , and wo hope to see the now church crowded on this event. The sheriff of Adams county was in the city yesterday morning for the purpose of taking homo with him the three men who were captured a few days ago for the at tempt to hold up n mall train on the Kansas City road at Noduway. The federal author ities still continue to hold them , however , and the courts of Adams county cannot Imvo & chance nt tlio table until Undo Sain is through. A special meeting of the school board was held yesterday afternoon at the otllco of Justice Field to consider the bids which were received recently for the healing apparatus In the Third street and Eighth avenue build ings. On comparison It was found that William Gilbert's bid of S1G78 was the low est on the Third street job , mid that of the Enipltlo Shugart Hardware company for f575 was the lowest on the Eighth avenue. The contracts were accordingly awarded them. There is n rumor going the rounds of political circles to the effect that A. W. Ulckman is the coming postmaster of Coun cil Bluffs. Within the last few days his boomlet , which was not born until several months after the others , has been growing at a phenomenal rate , and lie lias stated that ho has a petition signed by men whoso in fluence render it practically certain that ho will bo the next postmaster. It is reported on good authority that cx-Coticres.sman Tom Bowman's signature was afllxed to the peti tion Just before his rcceut departure for the east. .Besides tuning and repairing , wo mnkc a specialty of polishing nnd rolinishing piano discs , having engaged a party from Bnrdnmn's piano factory of"New York. Good work and satisfaction guar anteed. MUELLER PIANO AND OnaAN Co. , 103 Main street. Stop nt the Ogden , Council Bluffs , t10 best J-2.00 him bo in lown. Domestic boap outlasts cheap soap. t'JUtStlXAL I'A 0. E. Reid has returned from a western trip.F. . F. H. Evans and E. A. Troutman are in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Shea left Friday even ing for Chicago. E. C. Cole left last evening for n visit tc North Harvey , 111. . Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gregory nro attend ing the World's ' fair. George F. Wright bus gone to Itoxbury , Vt. , to spend a month. \ Mrs. Pontius and daughter Alma loft Fri flay night for a visit in Lamed , Kan. II. II. Metcalf of Los Angeles , Cal. , is vis King his relatives and friends In the city. Miss Desmond of Denver is the guest o Miss May Farrull , daughter of D. A. Far roll. roll.William William Nicholson of Pana , 111. , Is in th < city , the guest of Ills son , Aldcrmau C. H Nicholson. Miss M. F. Hazclton of Plymouth , N. II. Is the guest of her brothers , II. W. and A S. Hazclton. 1. O. Clnpp has returned to his homo ii New York after a visit with his sister , Mrs S. P. Mat-Council. Mrs. Dr. Snyder has been called to west ern Nebraska by the sudden and serious ill ness of a relative. E. C. Brown has returned from a trip o several months in Florida , considerably im proved in health. James Ulehoy of Mynstor street will leavi tomorrow for a visit with friends lu tin eastern part of the a la to. Governor Crounso of Nebraska was at thi Granil hotel yesterday , accompanied by hi daughter , Miss Mnrlo Crounso. Mrs. O. II. Ivea of Cornwall , Prlnco Ed wunl's island. Is in the city , the guest o MraTW. H. Mathls on Tenth street. Master Will O'Donnoll lias returned horn from Si. Mary's college , Kansas , to apen the vacation with his parents on Par ! avenue. A. T. Fllcklngcr has returned from n visi to the World's fair. His wife , who acconi panted him , did not return , hut went tolndi pendeaco to visit her mother , D. 0. Bloomer of this city has received letter from Bishop W. S. Perry of Daveii port announcing that Griswold college ha conferred upon him the title of Doctor o Laws , A. S. Luring , who has just completed hi course at Do Pauw university , Gruoncastli Ind. , and Is now visiting with his parents 1 thla city , la about to enter the ministry 1 the Methodist denomination. Ho will li ordained in the coming fall , and until thii ttino will pruaoh in several places hi till vicinity. The following oftlclals of the Burlingto road were In the city Friday afternoon on tour of Inspection : W. F. Merrill , gcneri manager ; J. D. Besler , general superintci dent- * . S. Eustls , iron oral passenger an ticket agent ; l'homu& Miller , general frclgli ngcnt ; ( Jcorgo II. Itobs , superintendent fai freight car service , Chicago ; G. W. Khodei superintendent motlvo i > o\vcr , Aurora ; C M. Levey , superintendent Iowa llnct J. M. Uechtcl , division freight uud passot per agent ; Joel West , master mechanic low lines , Burlington : J. H. Duggan , dlvlsio superintendent ; E. .Jones , division mastc mechanic ; J , I'XButiU-s , road foreman of ui glues , Creston ; N. A. Gray , road urns tor , He Oak ; C. V. CariKJiiter , private secretary I General Manager Merrill , Chicago. A beautiful line of ladles' and gent pocketbooks , put-bos and card cases jut received at Davis.1 Williamson & Co. . 103 Main strcol largest uud best biuyelo stock in city. Another improvement to the ] > opula Ecuubert , pluno. Svwnsan Muslo Co Ueo Doincbtlo boap. NEWS FROM COUNCIL BLUFFS Folico Officials Made Defendants in a Suit for Damages. ONLY TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS ASKED FOR Mm. W , A. llnye * DemnmliS.ttlftfnotlon for the Ahiifte Meted Out to Her Mm- baud by Member * or the Po- llca Faroe. Mrs. Mary F. Hayes , wife of Cautaln W. A. Hayes , commenced a suit in the district court yesterday by which she hopes to de clare a dividend of $10,000 , out of the ex chequers of Marshal Tcmploton , Deputy Marshal Fowler , their bondsmen , E. L. Shu- part , F. O. Glcaaon and C. li. Hannan , and the city of Council Bluffs. The defendants wcro served with notices yesterday inform ing them that on or before July D a petition would bo filed stating the cause of action in full. Captain Hayes was arrested August 85 , ISM , by Templeton nnd Fowler for drunkenness and using obscene language on the strcnts in the presence of several ladles , who wcro the objects of his temporary wrath. On the way to the police station lie becnnfo obstreperous and Fowler wound his fingers about Hayes' thro.it , allowing them to remain there in n not very graceful but highly effective posi tion for several minutes. On trial Hayes was found guilty nnd fined ? 50 and costs. The latter was by no means to bo sneered at , for nearly every woman who lived within three blocks of the sccuo cf the encounter between Hayes and the woman was sum moned as n witness. Hayes appealed the case to the district court , but before the second end trial pleaded guilty and paid the line. Mrs. Hayes now demands 10,000 damages for the abuse her husband received at the hands of the ofllccrs. srKui.vr , SAM : . Miindny tlio I.nit D.iy of the Grout Wall 1'npur. Monlillni ; unit Hook Snle , At prices novot- hoard of in this part of the country before. During this sale wo will sell papers at prices that oven other dealers cannot buy at from the manufacturers , nnd cvory roll wo gunr- anteo full weight and length or money refunded. If you intend buy ing any paper or want any papering done , DON'T MISS THIS CIIAXCK. CIIAXCK.WALL WALL I'APKKS. All our Sc and lOc mica and gilt papers to go during this bale at 45c per roll. All our llc ! } and luomotallle filled poods for 3 days tit 7ie per roll. All our 20c full gilt papers and coppers during this Bale for 10e a roll. All our embossed papers that sold for 2."ic and Iloo a roll for ; i daysnt 12Jo a roll. All our ingrain papers during this sale forlOe a roll. All our liOKDUtts of every description at HALF 1'iuou for 3 days. 1100M MOULDINGS. 1-1-inch hardwood mouldings for 3 days at lie per foot. 1-inoh pink edges and gilt and pink ornamented during sale at 2Jo per foot. H-ineh ornamental moulding in 0 styles and colors , regular price 7o per foot , for 3 days at 3o } per foot , i-ineh gilt beading , regular price 3c per foot , for 3 days at Ijc per foot. J and S-ineh ornamental bondings , regu lar price -Ic per foot , during sale at 2o per foot. BOOKS. 200 paper covered books , regular price 2TC , for three days at oc each ; a good assortment of titles. 1,000 12-mos. cloth bound books , choice from all the best authors , publishers' prices 50c and 75c caeh ; for 3 days wo will hell them at IHe each. 100 Druinmond's addresses , all com bined , bound in half vellum , regular price $1.25 ; for 3 days at 37jc caeh. 200 Doro illustrated books , Dante's In ferno , Dante's Purgatory and Paradise , Milton'sPantdLso Lost and the Doro Bible Gallery , published $0.00 each ; for 3 days they go at "Oc each. All of the aho.va items are only to bo seen at the Boston store. No one ean duplicate them. FoTinuiNGiiAM : , WHITELAW & Co. , LKADEKS AND PROMOTERS OP LOW PRICKS. See today's Sunday Nonpareil for our special muslin underwear , lace and porticr sale for the next three days. Bless Bros. , the paperhangers , will hang paper at 121o per roll. Our work our reference. Uoom 3 , Everett block. Tough * Indicted. Marshal Tomploton , Deputies i Fowler and Anderson and Ofllcor Murphy returned yesterday morning from KeoKuk.whero they went to testify before the United States grand Jury with regard to the eight men who were arrested about n week ago for tryIng - Ing to hold up the Kansas City mall train near the Wabash crossing , south ot Council Blurts. Five of the eight wcro convicted on the testimony of the Council Blurts ofllcials , IColly , Swinger and O'Donnoll being ilia- charged , as 11 was stated In THE BKU several days ago , they would bo. No decision has as yet been rendered by Judge McGee in tlio case , which was commenced against the octet under the state law , and it is highly probable that they will bo handed over to the federal authorities without further ado. The four Council Bluffs ofllclals visited tlio state penitentiary at Fort Madison while on their way homo and saw all the prisoners that have boon sent up from the city for con finement. Of Tom Brooks , who is serving a life sentence for the last four years , they siiv bo has an excellent reputation with the prison authorities. The elllcers were treated very hospitably by Warden McMillan and his assistants , Mnenlllcrnt Art illnsi. The Council BlulTs Paint and Oil com pany are just flnlHhing the art glass for the now Grace Episcopal church. There will bo nothing of the kind In the city that will attract more attention and greater admiration. Three of the pieces are memorial windows , all from now aijtl special do-signs. Ono was contributed by Mr. S. II. Foster of the firm In mem ory of his llttlo daughter Mabel. It is an exquisitely beautiful piece. At the base IB a bunch of lillios , with ono broken. Above them In the centet Is a ilowcry-wrcathed cross , and above that Is the golden crown in a Held ol stars , typifying the Christian fultl : "From the Cross to Thy Crown. " An other Is In memory of Ida Bono , contrib uted by Adolph Bono and Mrs. G. H , Jackson. It is a magnificent piece of an work in richest coloring. The other ii a memorial olTorlng from the friends o : Mrs. John C. Iloagland. Tlio details o these are heareoly duecrihablo. In eaol ; the central ligure is the croba and tlu open bible , Its white pages illuminated by light btruumUig from a btar In the upper Held , The coloring and blondins in the doblgns is done by a master hand All the other pieces are of tlio same high order upon the designers. Thort are windows in the city that have cosi much more made in eastern cities , bill there are none that have moro brilliant and artistic beauty. Tlio work Is u gratifying surprise tc r the friends of Mr. Fobtor and the Paini company , and must result In establish thu reputation of the hottso tint bring orders from till over the country. Homed In .Munatrii. An Interesting little occurrence took placi at the boat flub party at Manawii Frldaj niglit which did no one any particular harm but has since afforded these who wcro then t > good many ( julut snickers. Miss Grat-i Knight , a young lady of Austin , Tex. , win s visiting friends in Omaha , was lu a boa and her escort , A. H , KOJS of Manawa , wac Just preparing to got in with her. In sowi way ho missed Ma fooling and not only wcu head over heels Into the wMor himself - self , but cipMrcd the t > oit and sent his fair companion to explore the cool depths of the lake. Harry Haa * hap pened to bo In a borH oaly ifow feet dis tant , nnd ho heroically grabncd the young lady when she came to the surface and dragged her late his boat , while Jloss caught hold of the landing nnd pulled him self into a place of safety. The whole thing only took a mthuto and neither of the young people were n p.irtlclo worse for their duck ing. The youni ; lady adjourned to n sldo room and with the aid of her feminine friends managed to cko out \vardrobo which enabled her to enjoy tno evening's festivities as well as any otio. IIINM.SO.S mitH. Startling Sale Monday Enormous Vurchaso of l.nillpn' MilrtViilsts. . 3SO Indies' sample shirt waists a man ufacturer's cntiro sample lino. All styles , all kinds of material , in fancy percales , wlilto lawns , saloons and silks. The ontlro lot at a9cISc , 65c , 05c , "oc , HSc , $1.20 anil $1.48 each. Only i regu lar price. All tlio $3.00 finest silk waists In navy blUe cardinal and black , nt half price Monday , $2.f > 0 each. 200 fast black serge , 20-inch umbrel las , paragon frame , natural wood handles at loss than the cost of the handles alone , Monday cntiro lot $1.00 each. UK ) Gloria silk , 20-inch umbrellas , beautiful horn bundles , Monday $1.50 each ; worth $2.50. Big sale of wash dross goods. 50 plecos of half wool challics , beauti ful styles , at i prlco , 15c yard. 100 pieces of American challlos Mon day , o4c yard. Enormous silk snlo. Such values never before offered. 5 pieces 10-inch black china silk Mon day , 25o yard. Just i prico. 5 picos of Chennoy Bros , china silk in black nnd cream , 24 Inches wide , al ways sold at 81.25 , Monday cut to 75o fnrA. This is a great bargain. Don't nisa It. Monday wo will offer our 75o nnd 85c china silks all at ono price , 48o yard. Now they must go. 3 pieces 40-inoh strictly all wool black nuns' ' veiling Monday , 48c n yard. Wo arc cutting down the prices on all dross goods and silks. Now Is the time 10 buy. Monday wo will offer some big bar- ains In lace and chenille curtains. t\sk to see thorn. BUXMISON Buos. Open Monday evening until 10 p. m. limit Cllll ) 1'itrty. The Council Bluffs Rowing association p.ivu Its llrst party of tha season at its boat liouso at Manawa Friday evening. In splto of other attractions that kept some away o are regular attendants upon the social events given under the auspices of the organization , there was a good turnout and ho evening was a most enjoyable one. The boats belonging to the club wcro utilized .hrotighout the evening , while good music , vas furnished In the club house for these vho preferred dancing to boating. It is the mention to give similar parties every Friday evening for the exclusive bcnellt of the members of the elub nnd their ladles. The following is a list of thosn who were present Friday night : Mr. and Mrs.V. . F. Sapp , Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Davis , Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Brock. Mr. nnd Mrs. P. 0. Dovol , Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wnkcflcld , Mrs. J. Drinker of Salt Like City , Mrs. A. It. Anderson nnd Mrs. A. K. Anderson , Jr. , of South. Dakota , Mrs. J. Lymuii , Airs. M. E. Sims of Chicago ; the Misses Grace Knight of Austin , Tex. . Anglo "iVickham , Flora Smiley of Missouri Valley , Delia Fcnner , Babcock of Omaha , Jennlo Keating of Portland , Oro. , Moore , Carrie Dodge , Edna Huth , Molllo Moore , nnd Jo- seplnno Vincent of Chicago ; Messrs. E. K. Patterson , G. H. Ma.vno. T. C. Dawson , Aaron Lyman , Ij. K. Brrdaham ot Colorado Springs , C. E. Held , A. J. Paul , H. Warren , J. M. Fcnlon , A. B. Hess of Omaha , F. J. Dcspcchcr and L. U. Dale. Mumiwn. Picnic trains , until further notice , will leave for that great fishing resort , Ray's Landing and Munawa park , Min eral Springs , Gorman shooting grounds , Manhattan beach and Manawa opoi-a hptibo ( whore two performances will bo given during the season daily at 4 and 8:30 : o'clock p. m. ) as follows : Nine and 11 a. m. and 1 and 2 p. in. , and every thirty minutes thereafter until 12:30 : at night. Last train will leave Manawa for Council Bluffs at 11:55 : p. in. For rent , fetoro room , corner Main street and Oth uvcnuo. Inquire W. A. Wood & Co. iTuinpiiil from n Moving Train. Two colored men were .riding toward Council Bluffs on the Kansas City yesterday morning , when they wcro espied by ono of the trainmen sitting on the platform. They had already been put off oneo for not paying their fare , but managed to sneak on again as soon as the train ofllcials' backs were turned. Four Council Bluffs oflleials hap pened to bo on'board , and one of them volun teered to BOO what ho could do. Ho accord ingly went out on the platform and grabbed hold of ono of the darkies. A.s ho did so the other gave an car-piercing sciccch anil Jumped off backwards from the train , which was moving at the rate of about thirty miles an hour. When the ofllccrs looked back they saw him plowing great furrows in the grass alongside the track , and it is suspected th it an investigation will result in the discovery of a very badly crippled up darky. The af fair happened a short distance below Illnton station , In this county. The other darky , who gave his name as Henry Perkins , was brought to Council Bluffs and given sever days for vagrancy. Notice to ItosltlentH Antony the K'vcr. William Wrido , foreman of the Mil waukee Bridge and Iron works , working on the Interstate bridge at Eat.t Omaha , was lost in the Missouri river on the morning of Juno 2.'l. The sum of $100.0 ( will bonaid to the person who will lint his body and notify the undersigned promptly by wire. Description : Height 5 feet 8 inches ; ago , 40years ; hair partij gray ; dark partly gray mustache. . Dress : Plaid coat , black shirt , wliitt BiibpondurB , blue overalls , gold watch ii pocket. C. E. II. CAMi > iiKi& , Council Bluffs. Cunjlit u Unite. Early yesterday morning the palico mad ( a round-up of a number of questionable resorts sorts in the city for the purpose of finding i colored man named John Coleman. who ii charged with an assault at Ogden , Ut.ih. / man answering the required description win found in a house kept by an alleged whit < woman named Alice Hough , at 1-103 Broad way. She refused admlsjion to thu olliccrs but finally changed her mind , When con fronted with the cnargo Coleman admittct that he was the ri 'ht man nnd accompaulct his captors to thu city Jail. A telegram w.u sent yesterday to the Off do n authorities an nounclmr the capture. The Hough \\omai was later arres'od on the uhargo of keeping a disorderly house and on tilul in pollci court was sentenced to pay a line of $17,50. T. J. Clark represents on the roai Whcolor , Herald & Co. , Council Bluffs only perfect cold bt.irugo plant In tin west. General commlBbion buginobs Fruits a specialty. Bettor proparot than any competitors to got bcbt resulti from all consignments. Write for quo tntions , Greenshlolds , Nichoiwon & Co. hav < moved their real estate otlice to liOl Broadway , opposite pojtullico. Tol. 151 The Jury Stpi ihtilml. It Is not often that Jurymen get so inter p.stod In a case that they are willing to ilgh for their man , but such was the case FVldn ; night , if the reports that leaked out througi the transom over the Jury room door are t bo bolluved. U was the Jury in the rasa o Kobcrt Johnson against Thomas Johnson and all night the vote stood 11 to 1 iu f.ivo of the plaintiff. The one Juror was obstiuat' ' and iu trying to brlnir him to their view o ho CA O It Is statr-dtlhat lu ° cloven bccamo in excited that Hinro was thought to bo Linger at ono tlmo of some personal violence icing dono. Tliqjuror who hung out came nto the fold about 10 o'clock in the morn- ag , when n verdict for the sum of ( I In nvor of the plaintiff was returned , \Vornhlp. First Baptist Preaching morning and evening by the tv for. Services nt Twenty- ilnth strcol mission at 4 p. in. Sunday jchool nt 12 in. VeXing people's meeting at p. m. James H. D.ivis , pastor. Trinity iMcthqdtat. Fourth street and Mnth avenue , HoY. H. H. Barton Preach- ng , 10:30 : n. m.iand 8 p. in. Sunday school , 2 in. Junior league , 4 p. m. Epworth oague , 7 p. m. \ounir Men's Christian Association Men's meeting nt 4 p. m. 9 First Presbyterian Her. Stephen Phclps , wstor. Preaching at 10:30 : n. m. nnd 8 ) . m. Second Presbyterian Harmony and Ixjgan streets. S. Alexander , pastor. ThU Is Children's day with us. General service nt 10 : 0 a. m. ; Sunday school nt 12 m. j Sundny school concert nt 8 p. m , Congregational llov. John Akin , D.D. . pastor. Morning subject , "A Shining Face ; " evening subject , "Thrf Mental History of Conversion. " Broadway Methodist Episcopal H. P. Smith , pastor. Preaching at 10:30 : n. in. and 8 p. m. Fifth Avcnuo Methodist Episcopal- Preaching 10:30 : a. in. and 8 p. m. Sunday school , 12 in. , C. W. Brewer , uastor. Kpvrorth T/OIRUO : l-Xcurmon. The Epworth leagues of Council Bluffs , Omaha nnd South Omaha , to gether with their frionds. nro to enjoy iiu excursion to Waterloo , Nob. , on Tuesday , Juno 27. An Invitation has also boon tendered the Christian En deavor societies of the three cities to join with thorn that the young people may become better acquainted. A grand , good tlmo will bo had. Should it rnln on tlio 27th they will go on the 28th. _ _ Koynl Arcanum Picnic. The members of Fidelity council No 150 , Royal Arcanum , held their annual picnic at Lake Manawa Friday evening. A party of about fifty ladies and gentlemen mot nt the corner of Broadway and Ninth street , and took the G o'clock train for the lake. Upon arrl"lnp at the pavilion supper was snrcad , after \\hlchn boat ride was taken to the other sldo of the lako. The beach and all Its attractions wcro then enjoyed for a time , after which the picnickers returned to the pavilion and witnessed the theatrlcil per formance. After an enjoyable evening they returned to the city , stopping at the rcsl- dcnco of I. M. Trc.vnor on Willow avenue for supper. It was a highly enjoyable occasion , like all the entertainments given by this or ganization. _ Tea Day * at the World' ! Fair. Itwill cost you less than $50.00 , every thing necessary included. This means homes in private cottage , clean , safe , close to grounds and on the beach of Lake Michigan. Write to J. T. Chyno- wcth , Windsor Park , III. Refers to H. W. Tilton of THE BEH , or Jacob Sims of Sims & Bainbridge , Council BlulTs. Music for balls , parties , picnics , so cials , etc. , by Muclcians Union. J. E Follett , Mgr. , 4Q6''B'wqy , Council BlulTs. Wrldo Couldn't Sultu. C. E. H. Campbell , the general agent of the Milwaukee bridge and iron works , takes exception to ono particular of the account of the drowning of his foreman Villlam Wride , as it appeared In Tuc Ben yesterday morn- Ing. The statement that some of the work men recollected having scon Wrido swim ming along after the boat was made by ono of the workmen at the new bridge , but It is denied by Mr. 'Campbell , who says that Wride was unable to swim a stroke. Ho simply caught hold of thp rope for an instant and then released his hold and disappeared. Ho thinks that Wridc was doubtless suffo cated by the lashing of the rope In the water before ho released his hold. The Grand Hotel , Council Bluffs. The moat elegant In Iowa. Dining room on seventh lloor. Rate , $3.00 and 85.00 a day. E. F. Clark , Prop. _ Metzgcr & ICiimlluU's Ices. No Sunday dinner ia complete with out Motzgor & Randlott's Ice cream and ices. Leave your order today. Kntcrtnlnud Friends. The Misses Hattie and Anna Walker entertained a number of their friends Friday evening , in honor of Miss Dorothy Holland of Omaha. The evening was delightfully passed in conversation and various amuse ments. These present were : Misses Alice Holland , Anna Stevens , Nelllo Jacobs , Jessie Wallace. Cecelia Wickham , Jennie Mclntlro , Etta Otis ; Messrs. William Marshall , Theron Jossolyn , Clinton Spooncr. Charley Saylcs , Fred Parsons , Tom Askiu , Ben Meyers , Will Squire , Hey Foster , Kptrorih r.cucno Kxcurnlon. Tri-City Epworth league excursion tc Waterloo , Neb. , Juno 27. Tickets , $1.00 , Hart's jowehy btoro. For weak stomach or nerves take Paine's Celery Compound. Always fresh at DoHavons. Domestic bonp is the best. annul Jury Will llejiort. District court adjourned early yesterdaj afternoon until Monday morning. Just aftoi adjournment Judge Dccmer was no tilled thai the grand Jury was ready to report. Hosnni them word that they would have to wait until Monday. The grand Jury has beci sponllng several days hearing evidence wltl reference to the recent Main street motoi tragedy , and , it is reported , that at leas ono indictment has bcca found. What wai really done will not bo definitely known unti Monday , Protect your homes against destruc tive Btorms. W. C. Jamoj 1ms tlu strongest companies in the worlj. Every litdy purchasing $2.00 worth a Davis' will be prc.iented n 7f > o battle o Tolu water for the complexion. Go to Lake Mrnmwa today. Take youi wlfo and habioV-'and enjoy a perfect du ; at the great pleasure resort. The followlngujjijarriago licenses wcro Is suedycstcrdayoan : ; Nanm and addro h ) ARI IJulliiHP. .TonsniuXVmncIl IllulTs . 'J iHophia li. Ahlus4'punull ( llluirn . 2 ( i Kobcrt K. Ihivlh.AJoiincll Illuirs . , i > : 1 Ina 1'arkhlll , Council lllnlls . , . K "Great clearing cnlo of inlllinory- golng out of business everything les , cost. The Loulh,2JS. Main St. Cook yoi meal's this mimmor on a ga ; rango. At costjut 'ho ' Gits company. Abk vour grocer for Domcbtic soap. ' J " - icjcr Uoily. On Wednesday last Albert A. Weidc tnoycrand Miss M.igyio E. Cody were mat rlcd at the homo of the bride's parcutb a Fort Omaha. Hcv. Dr. Pray of thoCaplUi Avenue Kuiscopal church olllclatcd. The bride Is the daughter of Scrgean Cody , who , for many years has been con neotcd with the army , and is a falster-in-lav of Palsy Hnvoy. The groom li the well known conducto of the Second infantry band. Both the bride and grojiii nro well kna-.ri In army circle's , ami the fiio.uls of botl parties wont many handboaio pic , < nif > . Aftu the wi-ddlng , which was uttonuol by enl the ne.ir rolallvos of the fontracth.y | ar.icf a reception w.is held at Kcrj'eant f > lv' resldenco , Thirtieth and Drown streets Where Iho Scuonn Infantry baud semi.ide. the newly married couple. Mr. aiU Mr * . WtUouii'icr luve started n life in u pretty fotfigono.il- the fort , whcr they liuvu bo u receiving UiuuouxrjiuUtiJu of their nlcuds since \FPAIRS \ IN SOUTH OMAHA Tow Race Oonrsn to Bo Built for Some Speedy livers. 10RSE FLESH WITH HEELS OF LIGHTNING mpoctlon of ruplU' Work t > nntic < t to Uenth Tips trout the Tongue of ( lug. lp Miittrrn of l-prnoniil Inter est to South Om.iliniis. Several horse fanciers in South Omaha lave been looking for n site on which to build a race course for the last ten days , but as yet they have been unable to locate a spot hat would be acceptable. There are enough enthusiastic horsemen hero to organize an excellent roadsters club and n sufttcicnt sum of money could be quickly raised If the loca- ion were secured. As it now is the gentlemen who have llycrs ; ot out on Twenty-fifth street near High- ami park and have "a go" almost every evening. Among the men who have horses vho ean fairly fan are Harry Tagg with his icautiful black pacer , George Koysor with ils pedigreed stallion , Vf. 11. Sago with his stallion trotter , Kid Mullen's calico mare , W. B. Check's black pacer , Munchaw's ' bay trotter , Hall's black pacer , Tom Hock's pair of roadsters , Gene Mayllold's roan trotter ana several from Glvnn & Holmes' strmir at ho livery barn. Hotly contested matches can be seen among these horses up on the illl almost any evening. Ilnihrit to Douth. Key Gump , n lad 12 years of ago mot with v frightful experience Friday evening , lo was riding Grant Sweeny's pony when ho spirited little animal became frightened nnd ran away. As long as the pony kept going straight ahead the boy was safe enough , but over near tlio Q street viaduct the mmy made a turn and dashed hcadloni : over an embankment fifteen feet high. The lony's neck was broken , causing Instant death. The boy fell In such n position as to escape with only a broken arm and severe jruUcs on the leg. The little fellow felt so .iad about the pony's death that lie forgot ils own Injuries , and taking off the bridle and saddle walked homo to tell of the acci dent. After n physician was called the boy -omplained of pains all through his body and 1 may bo that he has sustained Internal njurles that will eventually result in his death. Hn is a plucky little fellow , however , and has many friends who will hope for his speedy recovery. Inspection of 1'upllnWork. . The handiwork of the punils In both the public and parochial schools was Inspected Friday by a great many persons and every one seemed pleased with what they saw. saw.At the High school building the drawing display seemed to bo the mest attractive feature. Miss E. M. Ball was the teacher In thU line nnd the lady should feel very much satisfied at the progress of her pupils. The work done by Miss Agnes Hoffman's pupils from the llfth grade is especially sood. The map drawing by the scho'ars ' in Allss Lizzie Hayes' room in Albright ii also excellent. The color work in paper is artis tic and neat. The pupils from St. Agncss school have their work displayed in St. Agncss hall. The display is a good one and is in the charge of the Sisters of Providence. Tlio needle work is especially line and the draw ing and writing exhibits are above the aver age. Mnelo City < ; < > silp. John G. Irwin left for Chicago last night. Mra. J. C. Carroll Is reported as being quite sick. Mr. Ed and Henry Kalhorn left last night for Chicago. Miss Annie Kyd of Beatrice is visiting Miss Fannie AVhltloy. Miss Jennie Morris is homo from a visit with friends in Denisou. The Masonic lodge installed Its newly elected ofllccrs last night. Mr. and Mrs. Moadc of Ncmaha City are visiting friends in South Omaha. Twins , a boy and girl , were born to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Murphy yesterday. 'Frank Dubols' 3-year-old daughter was re ported as bclne lost at noon yesterday. Mrs. Henry Brocket ! and' ' Mrs. Gregory leave today for a visit with friends m Cole , la. The alumni gave n very pleasant recep tion last oveuiug at the High school to the graduates. Members of the Elkhorn Social club gave a social and dauco at Qrirk's hand ball court last evening. Burglars entered the residence of John Lowry at Twentieth and L btrcets and stele a gold watch. The American Protective association gave a luncheon and ball last c\cning at the Knights of Pythias hall. W. II. Doughty of the Nebraska City News , otio of the best newspaper men on the river , was in the city yesterday. A largo delegation of South Omaha people enjoyed the picnic at Courtlnnd beach yes- erday , given by the Iloyal Arcanum. James C.mnoJy has accepted a position in Chicago. Ho has been employed at Cudahy's for a long time and leaves many friends in this city. Herbert A. Haywoodof Grimsb'y , England , a relative of Edward Haywood , arrived yesterday and will make South Omaha his future homo. W. B. Morton was run down by a motor car nt Twenty-fourth and N streets last evening and painfully injured. One hand was badly crushed. The ladles of the Episcopal church will give a lawn social at tlio residence of Mrs , 1'eter Honey Tuesday evening , Juno 137. Ice cream and eako will bo served. On next Tuesday evening an entertain- incut will bo given at Blum's hall by the pupils of St. Agnes' school , under the aus pices of the Sisters of Providence. A lint proeram will bo presented. William Gleason was arrested a few days ago for disorderly conduct. His father , wlic llvrs at Anslcy , telegraphed Chief Beckett ycgtcrdny to notify him of the costs and he would pay the sumo If thoofllcers would send the boy home. Tom Murray of Omaha has addressed n letter to the city poundmaster , asking him to protect certain property that Murraj owns from the trespass of cattle and horses , South Omaha Is without a poundmastcr , sc Mr. Murray will have to come down and pro tect his interests in person. A Business Man Glvos n Reason for the Faith That Is In Him , The rnuik nnd Conrliicliifr Htntoinent of n Coiucrviitlvo Ucntloiimn Who Sponka Lrrom remount Kxpcrloncc , The portrait of Mr. IM Molt will ba readi ly rocoBnlzoil byovory bixlnoM man In Ooun- ell 111 M MX For years Mr. Mntt ha * taken an nctlvopnrt In hnslncts anil public nft.ilrs , of late hiving lioen conducting a lumlior UiiRl- nc4 < i , nnd residing t 47i ! Uiklnml nvomio. lle- fore roinovlm ? In Oikiloo : tlown. . h s future home , hn talked to a reporter In this vein : "My cotir o of treatment under Or. Hhonirit for a catimhal disease of ninny yo.us' stinil- Inalmsglvon tno the most cr.Ultyluir rusults. 1 luid become very skuntleiil nUout the cura bility of this dUcato , but I ImVo now been coinpo led toclruiKo my notion ; o-i t ruly , Mr cn o was of tlio usuiil type , sndly nfTociInu my bond , giving mo pustrlo nnd Intestinal ilys- popsluiind ole clni ; my Byptcm entirely , The cat'irrlml dlsoa o was nil through mo and was re illy broaklnc mo down. Tholinp-itrmcnt of digestion and the discomfort of this dlsjnst- liitf nllmont miido li Imperative to eek help. So many of mv f rlonJs ntul neighbors coed mid rollublo puonlo hurt boon eutod l.y Dr. tilicp inl , that I tin.-illy decided to lot him try blH skill on me. After wuttlni ! to sou fully the reHiilts In mv cusc , I am now propnroil to its- sort tint the system of Ors. UoDolanU and bhepard Is thorough and r.idloal In Its results and Is nil that Is claimed for It. This firm. In my judgment , richly dcsorvc-9 the largo mid Inlliiuntlnl practice they have tmlll up. Tholr dnnl ngs nnd muthods both as doctors mid business mun are fnir and liberal. 1 recom mend them nioit highly. " HAY PALMKIl'S She Tolls Haw Catarrh Kiilnoit Her Mnglng Votes. Among sinners nnd musicians ( ( iid those who uru especially Interested In choir and orntorlo ain lng Mrs. Mnrlo Hoiiiblns Is well Known. Mm la tlio wlfoof Mr. Carl Ilclnslcns , an ox- Spanish consul nnd ex-consul to the Argen tina republic , who Is now In tlio United Hiatus revenue torvlco. She Is the nleco of the Kov. Kay 1'almor. tlio nuthoro * thu hymn translat ed In almost every luugunKO , buclnultij with the lines : "My faith looks nptoThcc , Thou Lamb of Calvary. " Her cou > ln , I'rof. Goorpo I'.ilmer , U lonelier of the llobrow lantuage nt llnrvird college. Her statemnnt will bn rend with spccl.il Interest - est by people who depend upon tiiolr voices. Mm says : "It was while at B.ivnnnnli , Oeorcl i I was slniins In fet. Matthew's church In tlio mornIng - Ing and St. John's church In the ovonlnn and I contracted u heavy cold. It aircolod my voice to stU'h an oxl'Mit that I hid to const ) singing. Ciraduilly I l.oc.uno nITcctod with catarrh of the haaa r.nd tbront. which after u EVANS' FINEST OXFORDS AND SLIPPERS AT COST TODAY. POSITIVELY THE BEST YAPOR STOYE Oi-UI Vivr n > r rntor , tie ! tS" I1 "I' "It'll A rnrload of ncrjon rtoor , ncrcon ivln- dow unit iiuruua lra : bolluai prlcoj. l.nruu htiuk of Utoyclea. All klmli of Llcrclu roptilrliiK itono promptly. OOKR&OOLE1 41 Main St. , Council Bluffs. tlmo bccnmo 10 nflrlons Hint I had to dm up singing alto/nlhcr. I omploytd nil tlio best mrntonl iKlontthnt could bo procured In thi principal cltoa ! nf the country , but could got no relief. Tuns I mirfnrod for nearly twenty yeirs. Itcccntly I wns fortunnto enonidi to placn mj-jelf un .er the Copolnnd trontmont and I n in now happy to an ) llint tlicso phyil * clnns have helped mo more thtin nny plivsl- cmn I oror wont to. I HIH sltulnc hs well RI I did twenty yonrs ngo. My voice IB a § olo.if nnd itronic ns over. " rnlill hinq Niinim. "I should like to bo treated. " njndy ro. nmrUnd the other day , -uut I would not Ilkf to have my nnmo In tlio paticr * . " Lot It bo Mntrd that Dr * Copotnnd nnd Slietnrd never publish a nniiio or titntomoiil without the full nnd frco con ont of the pa- tlcnt , nor do they publish ncmc-hun reilth D-irt of tbo tcitlnunu.ils. li-ttprs nnil tnto- tnents ri < cul > cd by them from u-ratofnl pa- tlnnls. Aa observed , thostatomPntHglvon ro ontlroly voluntary nnd nro nhun by the pa tients for ptibilcatlnn. lr . Copolnnd nnd f-hepanl would iiuvor pnl-llsh tlionuntem- lihntlc testimonial , unions I bn patient i-lvlng It understood \\astoboprlntedandEava willlngcoaaont. roil TIM : IIIMI-IT : or OTIIUHR. Airs. W. II. ICr.llhntOld Itixldent , Tells tlie 1'copln orOiniilmVliut U'lia Acconinll < hoit In Her Cimn. Mr. W. II. KrMli. a well known citizen In the cmp'ov of Sshall A : foil , contractors , llvrs at Mtli i.nd Iic.tvennnrlh nttcoto. Ills wlfo has n Inrgnclrula of friends who will road her ox- porlerun with intercut. Mrs. Krnlh 8'tys : "So highly plcasod am I With the results ot my troiitiui'nt with lr . Copuland mid Hliop- nrd that I do not tiosltnto to eommonil thum Mronglv to nil MilTerlns fi-oin chronic Iron- b'cs. My pain nnd mlsorv weio nlniost too so- vcro to bo.ir when 1 boL"in ihplr treatment. Tor ovnr n yunr t h.id pnlns nil throimh mv body , especially In my side ) n deep brcutq Mn ? . W. II. riHATir. 51th and Iionvonvrorth. was Imposslblo. On movlni I had a dlatrcji- IIIK p-iln and vurtlgn , or dl/rlness. Sharp pains around my hcntt mn'lo mo faint and sick. I could got no air through mv nose on account of oatnrrh In my hu.id. I nlwayn laid my trouble to work In thu guidon amln\posuro to roldo , but whatever tlio canso It made mo wretched and In olio down my health. Now that I am restored I tlenlrothat.aH my friends sli ill legnrd tl.Is public statement as an ex pression of my belief foundation personal ox- purienco ilutt these it'tyiliMiit mo rtU Wittt u Cat irrh nnd nil cnniblo diseases treated at low and iinltorm rates niodlolno trou. Pa tients nt a distance Miceossfiilly treated \iy \ mull , tend for symptom btatiK. DRS. COPELAND & SI1EPARD , UOOMS 311 AND IllJ NEW YORK 1.IPJ5 11U1LUINO. OMAHA. NEU. Every Curable Disease Treated- Ofllco Hours-ll to 11 n. m. ; ! ! to. > p. in. : 7 to8 D. m. Sunday 1U a. m. to U m. Notice. Fon'.od prouosnls will bo received by the secretary of tlio Hoard of DUicntton until i o'clock p.m. Monday , .lulv : tJ. 18J.1 , for laylnjt cdinont and tlio walks for the Central and J.othrop school bullillius , In accord -inco with plans nnd siiuulfloatluns on ( lie In the ollloe ot John Ijatcasur , Architect , ll.irker block , city. The board rosim on the right to reject uny o nil bids. By oidorof thoHonrd of ndiionttnn , CllAUIjKS CONOYBK , Secrotnry. MKIn for n Church. The St. Vnclnv Oathcllo Chureh Society of Dortgo. Neb. , will receive sealed bids up to 4 o'clock p. m. July 1. IM ) . ! , for thu erection of a church cdilluo at Dolco. Nob. , neeor.llnu to plans and ppccllicalioiis on Illo nt tlio omco or Itev. father Vranuk , 14 ! 0 S. Uth it. . Omaha. Nob. All bids must bo Illcd with Charles Hrabalc. chiilrmanof building commlttoo ut IJo.lge. Nob. , on or before the above d-Ho. lly order of committee1. , DoilL-f. Nob. . J line ii. : 1S'3. ' _ . J33d3t * Special r\Iolic23 ; > caumn DLUFH. nnil loann. I\irin and city nropurUr AHSTUACTS sold. I'liduy i TlioiniR , Council lIliilTH . rpinovf-d , cc'HHpoolB , viinllH , clilimi ys GAHIIAOll lid Duiltc , ul T.iylor'H fiocery , 510 llroadwny. , " AROAINS-For sale , 7 ! ) by 1130 feet on rr.infcllu .ivi'iitu- , -H.riixi.oo , JUWcn-H butwi-en iHtHtrrot and rranltlln avo- nuu , JloHt plattlnir piopcilj In llioclty. f'JO.llOll.O. ) , T\\ololH opposite ! Thirl Hllri-t Ht'liool , $1,500.00. OIHJ lot \VllHon IViruci1. $ il.r > 0.00. Thn-olotH , c-onu-r Main Htr.ict mid 12th nvnino. Ik > BlHltufurlinilciiu ) > nllioiist > ln tlioclly7.ril)00. ) ( ) l.oin'i'f .V , 'fowl" . L'.t.t I'o.irl Hlrcft. .iSO-acrt'pooil. Inipiovoil f.inn In HTO. i.7-IU-tl. 'Isiu'rld.inCo. , NI-II. , fnrHiUi nt 1.01)0.1111. ) Thin IB.-IU.I.V hulowltn v.ilm' . Jolinston A. V.'in I'.illon , O YOU want to iiMit your IIOIIBO * K HOC ill at JD the Maynn ltii.il liat.it tt'o. il''l llroiilwav. i 7 " | 0 ACltns ( rood l.-inil In ( laiiicrcoiinly , Ni'li. , tor ' 'DXt-hJiivii fi > r Iniiuorrd prop'-rly In Council Ilhi H.Tliit _ M. ii IIP ltu-il lst.itJ ! Co. . ili-'l llrn.ulw.iy. IVTlfK COTTAOns Soii-r.il of thi-tn for H ilo ! lO'V lilulcoH anil XL'iv I-IHV : p lyinuntH. The Mayuo ltr.il llHt.itoCp . , li'-'j llroa'lwiiy. _ _ _ _ _ CltKARi\\iuitud : ni-.ir Council Illuirn In i-i- cli.uiKti tor mo acn-H line 1 mil In northern Mls- nourl. near loiv.i linn , ulc.ir nf IniMimbrancu. Th9 M.tYiiu Iti'.il Kit-no t'u. . iljl HmiiUv.iy. inn ACItmiiiinrui-iAl 1ml In nortliurii Kaimis. Icli'arof liu'iimt > r.iiu"t , will nvchanvu for Janil ni-art'ouiiell llun ! ; < . TliuMiynuHu.il UaUlu Co. , Ui.M llni.iilway. ; m IfHH UXCIIANOiWell l-niirovoil HO-'iorO Iowa 1 f.inn ni'.ir ( 'noil lown. tlur of laoiiiiilir.iiicni w 111 cxch.iniro finulio icHl'li-nci" In Council Illnffs nnil iMvi--iHlulllluri'iicu. Tlio Miiyno Heal Uatjta Co. , il''l llio.ulw.iy. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ iTbll KXCHANOi : , nlcn lot on holloni for horns anil buifity. in-eiinlili'liln. . NlrliolHon A. Co. \XrANTBH-Hlrl for irciw-ral lionnnwork. Apply IT iK.tciui T.iilla , in at .I'Jll Oikl.mil axi-niif , lifter that hoiirnl iillMuln ; Htn-cl H. I' . MPKI-MHIIII. r OST , JIIOHTII VniKIJT. HBTWKKM Jj7lh av mid If.lh av. , Saturday ntli-rnoon , cold watch.Hlimi _ fi'Ji ! 7lh ilv. ami n't n-wmil. \ irANTIJIrireti'l.iHD ) walU anil Hlilrl innkcni > ntoncui ulHoappioiilk'B. KulHon'H , 1001 Fifth. ilVtllllC' , \\rANTKH-Olrl for ecncial hoimowork. 113 < > Glen iivt-nnu. em WG carry the largest HUG of S2cklcst Kntt'G I'lGncJsr Guards , * Rivets , Pitman 13oxes , ftnlcG TGGth , Oil Giuis , PunoliGS , Coot t etc. r I WG guarantGo prompt shipmGnts. Sendus your orders. UNION TRANSFER OO. , Z30-l-5 3-10 Main St. , Council Bluffs Iowa , .