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THE OMA11A DAILY BEE : TUESDAY , OCTOBER 3. 1.893. 3
THE DA11A" BEE lil.uri s. Ol'l-'lC't * M > . 12 IT.A1U , F' I'clncsod V/y / carrier to any part it ? tlio city 11 W. TJ1.TON - .Manner * I HnlnTi offici0 ? TF.I T i t'im\r > j - ; < iiJ xi-lit lldltor No S3 N V Plumbing Co. Boston store , clonks , 'J IIP Mn.no . Kent Kitnte Co. . fttl Broadway 'A CI-MV Patch" will Iw presented at the opera house ; next Thursday evening. Tlio otwnlnc ball of the season of l .U will bo given Friday uvunlncut Masonic temple. A mnrrlnira llrcnViu * Issued josterday to .lohann Witt of Missouri Valluy anil Kllfcibothloonori of Pottiuuitfunlo comity. Thr ; llobekuh Relief association will meet nt the bomo of Mrs. A Hobor , IUI Flnt avo- nuo.Vcdmsduy ati ! : ! > 0p. m. All llobokabs nro Invited. At tbo hm regular meeting of H.uvkoyo ledge , No. 1K4 , Independent Order of Odd Follows , resolutions of regret were adopted upon the removal from town of K v. 11. H. liartonor the Trinity Molhidrn cliurch. Resolutions wora nlso adopted on account of the death of Krncst Marsh and MM. K S. Fiflhcr. W. Frcdorlekson and Sam Dean wore pivon fourteen days In the county Jail In the pollco court yesterday morning tor steal ing Thomas Ca pel's ' swcot potatoes. MM. Frcdrrlcksou labored with Judge Mi'fJuo during n good share of the day and llnally secured her husband's ' release on the ropro- scntatlon that ho had just secured a Joh in a South Omaha paohlm : house which ho would lose If ho were compelled to servo out his etitciico. Dean had neither n Job nor a wife to Interccdo for him and consequently will have to board with Sheriff Hazen for a couplo.of weeks , Thrco South Omaha young men , named Otto Uhrlaub , Charles Jones and Charles Smith , raised n larKC-sl/.ed disturbance on 1'ierco street which resulted in their arrest nnd arraU'iitncnt in police court , yesterday niornlnp. The policeman who made the arrest testified that Ulirlaub applied n de- Bradltif ? epithet to him. and Ulirlauh had to pay a lluo of $ UO.)0 ! ) for his imiiolltcness. Smith and Jones trot off with lines of $ . " > and ? ll ) respectively. Hell Hough , a foot racer who has had t > omo police notoriety , was mixed up in the fracas , hu : got away buforo lie. could bo placed under arrest. A warrant is out for him. RngBilalu'a millinery opemng.tho first of the season , wna thoroughly up- lirccialud by the Indies , who greatly admired the many now und Imndsomo pattern huts nnd bonneta. Mi&s Rngs- dnlo is now ready for buwinoss and bus umple force to fill all orders promptly. Willimnson & Co. , 100 Alain strcot , largest and best bicycle stock in city. George S. Davis , prescription druggist. 1'iiusox.tb I'stifAuit.triii. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. J. O'llcarn have gone to Chicago. John Sehocntgcn and family are Homo from Chicago. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Graham are home from n Chicago visit. Mr. and Mrs. Limb of Latonln , In. , nro guests of the lamlly of F. Covalt. Dr. and Mrs. Donald Macrae , Jr. , are homo from n visit to the World's fair. J. B. Hicc loft vesterdny for the World's fair nnd a visit to his old Ohio homo. H. S. Ogdcu started Sunday for a month's visit to his old homo In Moadvllle , Pa. Michael Urcnnan of the United Status ( Ox- prrss company is home from a Chicago trip. D. B. Ingram of Hill City. S. D. , was in the city yesterday , the guest of Dr. G. W. Panglo. K C. Baldy is enjoying a visit from his mother. Mrs. C. Baldy , and his sister , Mrs. B. F. Keller , of Bromwoll , W.Vn. P. II. Fotheringham of the Boston store left Sunday for a two weeks visit with rel atives in various parts of the state. T. J. Evans , who has been confined to his homo for some time past by serious illness , has recovered sulllclcntly so that ho Is able to bo out again. * John Condon , who wns considerably shaken up In the Northwestern collision near Crescent a fotv days ago , loft for his homo In Bertram , Iu. , Sunday nlglit. Mrs. J. A. Holland Mrs. R. B. Mullis.with their children , have returned from a visit to Chicago. They expect to move into tlio.los- lin residence , 7UO First avenue , shortly. In the meantime they are stopping at thn homo of J. B. Atkins. Fight Ovur n l < Mi Net. William Hornn cuma into Justice Vlcn's court with his head In a sling yesterday morning nnd wanted Iko Canary arrested for disabling him. According to his story Canary und ho , both of whom llvo near Crescent , ha'l a dispute over a list ) not , valued at about 125. Canary cnmo over to h's ' house armed with a shotgun , and , after pointing It at Homo's head to show that ho meant business , started off with the net. Horne wont after him , whereupon Canary lifted up his gun nnd pounded Horne over the head with the breacn. Ho then took away the nut in peace , for Horne was too | much engaged in ttur'lng how hard that gimstook wns io llnd time for further argu iti ment. Ho filed two Informations , charging Canary with assault with intent to commit great bodily injury nnd larceny. Canary was arrested , nnd being unable to furnish a bond of $700 in tlio two cases will Ho In jail until Thursday at 'J p. m. , when ho will have n preliminary hearing. Canary Is said to bavo a hard reputation near his homo. Ono of his neighbors Is authority for the state ment that ho tried to shoot ono of his acquaintances some Httlo ttmo ago because the acquulntaiieo sought to build n fence which ho thought would Inconvenience him. Ortinil O Ilolon Sprlnk , II ) Main Htroot , do- olios to cull the attention of tli u ImlluH of Counoil 151 nil's nnd snrronndintf country to tlio Jlnost dlrtpluy of niillinory overseen soon In thlH city. All n'ro Invited to ut- tond. Tuobduy titul Wodnosdiiy , October 3mitl4. Fruit huiilB und farms. Grocnshloldtj. Nicholson & Co. , 000 Broadway. Tol. 151 Jurvla Wluo Co. , Council DlulTs , In. Ask your grocer for Domestic aoap. A DrHlltilto The attention of Hov. T. F. Thiokstun was r called yesterday to n serious case of destitu tion. Ho investigated It and found a family of soyoral small children and their mother in painfully straitened circumstances.The house Is located tit Seventeenth street and First avenue. 'Hie family Is destitute of the commonest con forts of life , the little children barefooted and with but scant at- tiro. Thn chief thing needed at ouco Is itnd cookstovo , and Mr. Thiokstun lins found where ho can obtain ono for a small sum nnd ho asks the clmrltnblo people whose ' own Httlo ones do not know what want is , P to assist in supplying the small amount nocoisary. Any amounts loft with Mr , Ir.k Thickstun or ut Tui : HEK otlico will bo ( "promptly applied to relieve the pressing necessities of this destitute family. Mr , Thickstun has cure fully Investigated the raso and found it to be u worthy mid neces sary ouo. . It luts long boon conceded a fact that if you want anything reliable in the drug or imint line you can get it ut Davis1 , and ut prices that defy competi tion , Kulni ; lor SI0,000. D. K. Grlramoluian Is suing the Union Pa- oltto Hallway company for $10,000 damages , for the death of his son William about u year ago , The young man , who was em. ployed in the round house , fell Into a vat in.of boiling hot water ono night while working ill his employment nnd received Injuries from which , after several weeks of intense uttering , he died. The raso brought by the plaintiff representing the estate of the de ceased is now on trial in tlio district court. Unity Guild bazaar , mippor und party I1 hurnuuy , October 12 , Masoulo temple l-v SEWS FROM COUNCIL BLUFFS Police Moving Against the Var , Eewrh of the Oily , NINE WISE RODV.S ORDERED CLOSED .llnjnr l.a riiio TiMr I'riiuipl nil wo * Htrps tit Snpp'fus thu < ) liji * . < Hits 1'liiCL-n Trn .MIiiiHvn N'.itiiu . \ n Tlicin in Mutt l' | > . The hull-a halloo tint was ralsad by the intbllcatlon of tin Interview In TIIK Bci : re cently with Hev. J. II. D.ivis on the subject of the wine rooms of Council Bluffs has had the effect of closing a number of the objectionable - ionablo places. Mayor Lawrence tiotlllol the chief of police to order all places of this sort closed immediately , at'd In obedience to that orJcr nine proprietors were given ten minutes notice to shut up. Mayor Kiwrenco in conversation with a HUB reporter yester day morning stated that .he had no knowl edge ) of the fact that there was such a place as a wine roam In opcr.ulon in the city until ho plukod up a copy of Iho paper contalnlm ? thu Interview. Ai soon as ho learned of It hu took steps lo ascertain thu truth of the charges made , and the fact that nlno wiuo rooms htivu bcon ordered closed Is a sunielunl indication that he fol.ud the published statements correct , the "one- horss newspaper , " lo which Hov Mr. D.vvls made allusion In his sermon last Sunday morning , to the contrary notwithstanding , Among the places to he closed was that of Mrs. Vanmitta , at the corner of Fourteenth street and Broadway , which had become no torious as a resort for tough people of IxHh boxes. Djptity Marshal Fowler paid a visit lo the place yesterday morning and ordered Mrs. Vanuatta to pull down her sign , which she did with alacrity. Uiittttrwpiir Anitounnnnieiit. New poods nt now pricey are always to bo found at our store , but more especially in this line for the present season. No VHP were such values olTorod by us us wo are showing at present In our unilor- wear deptirttnunt. Ladies' umlorwotir , natural vests nnd pants , .Tie. 43c , 75o , 8'Je ' to Sl.fiO. \Vlilto vests and punts. i3e ! , < ' Wc , f > 0o , $1.00. in plain and ribbod. Gent's underwear tfrny and cninol hair at 50c , 7f > c. $1.00 , 81.f > 0. The above is four of our leading numbers. Uhildrcn's nndorwear , all wool , rod , vests and pants from 12ic up. Gray mixed vests and pants from lOc up. All wool camel hair nnd natural from 25o up. Sue now line of children's ribbed vests and pants in natural wool. FOTHIMUNOHAM , WlIITKL.VW &CO. , Council DlulTs , [ a. P. S. Store closed every evening at 6 p. m. , except Monday and Saturday. HOSTON STOKE. You can't afford to burn hitfh priced fuel in old , worn-out stoves. They waste the price of a good steve every year. Cole i\s \ Cole boll the Radiant Homo iuid Hound Oak stoves , the great fuel savors. Stop nt the Ogden , Council Blutls , t to lest $2.00 house in Iowa. Mrs. PfoliTor's grand millinery open- ng Tuesday and Wednesday. Smoke T. D. King & Go's Partagas. Domestic toap is the best. Suspects The chief item of Importance In yester day's session of the federal court , was the trial of C. B. Greetilee , J. H. Allen , Richard Tucker , L , F. Detwllor and W. G. Watson on the charge of holding up the United States mall on the Burlington road at the Wabash crossing in Council Bluffs three months ago. The fact that tno live suspects were in thu crowd that boarded the train on the night of the alleVcd hold-up was proved beyond a question , on the admission of the accused themselves. When captured sev eral of thorn were still wet with the hot water from the boiler that had been thrown upon them by the llrcman , and there was but little doubt iu the minus of the authori ties for some time after the capture that they had captured a gang of train robbers of the most desperate sort. When it came to sifting down the evidence , however , it was found that there was little , if anything , to show that the llvo fellows under arrest were anything more than tramps , who were try ing to steal a ride. Yesterday's trial re sulted In proving that thu shooting was all done by parties who escaped immediately after the affair took place and have not been scon sinco. Prosecuting Attorney Miles ac cordingly dismissed the case after nearly the entire day hid been spent In trying lo make a good case out of a had one. A Hot air furnace in llrst-class repair , with piping and grates for nine rooms ; also , two gas stoves , lot small tables with tablecloths , 40 dozen triple plated Rodgers knives , forks and spooiu , lot of dishes , all kinds to sot , ll0 ! plates ; llvo sots hotel or restaurant silverware , 'M pieces , used in Masonic temple dunce hull , for sale at a bargain. W. J Jameson , Masonic temple. Council Bluffs. W. E. Chainlet will commence his dancing clasaes in Masonic tcmplo Wednesday , October 4. Boiled linseed oil at Davis' 48c per gallon , raw nil , 4oc u gallon. Domestic soup outlasts cheap eoap Moillclll Uolli'KU Oponliiff. The opening of the Council Bluffs MoiMcal college will take place this evening. The oxoicliics will ho at tno Mason io temple , and will consist of an address by J , N. Baldwin and appropriate music. Class exercises will begin Monday morning at the Arcliur block. This institution started out with the bright est of prospects , a * its faculty contains the names of a dozen or more of the leading 'siclans of Council Bluffs. Although those in 'hurgo ' do not expect to start In with an enrollment of pupils that will t-omp ire with the older colleges , they start out with the determination to maku It a solid Institution where medical students can obtain their do- hi rod education under as good advantagce 10as those fuimshed by other medical schools , and they cannot but meet with success in the end. Mooru's Air-Tight Heater , " latest triumph in steve making ; beautiful I ; burns hard or soft ujul ; lire kept 24 houi't , with corncobs ; cheaper than any > other and Miporioi' to all others. Conio and sco them , P. C. Devol. 1877 brandy , purest , bufest , best Domestic soap is the beat ( iyinimkiniu ( Uanim. The athletlo season of tlio Young Men's , Christian association will open today. L. i'sC. Dale has been upiralnted as > lstant secretary , and \\ill h.iVo charge.or. thugyninuslum work tiniong his other duties. The following ( schedule has boon decided upon for the ben. etlt of those who wish to take srymnuslum instruction ; Business men's class , Tuesday , Tliuisday and Saturday , f :15 : to 0 p , II-i ; boys from U to 1 ! ) years of ago , Tuesday , Thursday and Suturduv , 4:80 : to 5:15 : p. V ; young men from 10 to 20 yours of ago , \Vod- hesday und Saturday , 8:15 : to U p. in. ' ; men over " 0 , Monday and Thursday. 8UO : to U:30 : p. m , : juniors , 1 ! ) to IU years , Monday and 'I'liiii-a.liiv rUOtoHWp. : ) m. Cook your meals this summer on range. At coat ut the Gas company. W. W. Chapman , 101 Fourth street liulf block south Boston store. \V. S. Buird , LuwjW , Uvcrott block. .Iiulousy Cuu r > Ilonblo Cmoioo , Oct. 3. William Smidtha ob. jocted to the attentions that Henry Miller paid Maty i'olst and Uit utght ihot Miller through the thl-'h an 1 PJ nvle 1 htm over the head , fith n rovolvor. I'liltlm ; ho h.id killed Miller , Sml tthi i-Ui lili o.vd throit from ctr to car , d.vinj ? in n few minutes. Miller Is In n precarious condition. KM : * Story nf thn Pltul nc < if tin Money Stolnn frnni the .Mtnnrnl llanf * . CAI.VMBT , Mien. , Got. 2. The trio story of tin recovery of the entire $70,003 stolen from tin Mineral Hanpc r.ud on Sept : uhr 1.1 has Just come out. It will ba r.iiLMiibi'u.l tlfit Shouponnd Wmtars , two railway employes at .Nl.iniitetto , were nrrasto.l an I sib o- quontly ' ! rcleassd. They stole the from Li Liberty's trunk and Li Liberty knew It , but conld say nsthlng without ( ? lv- ItiB ! tilnrjoH nw.ty. After bin n'T.'st an 1 con fession , the two niun ware ItupllaUcd and arrps'.cd ; , They were oiTerod a rcw.lrd and liberty ! If they would coufos * nnd rjvoal the whure.ibouts of the unnoy. The offer w.is accepted and the unnoy w.is found bUrbJ iu the Krouiul four miles north of Maniuctto , Midi. Slicrlff Djun claims have to strtiuk the loud and impirtcd Ills plan of work to Da- puty Shcrlrt Koloy , who , ho elaltin , took ad vantage of his confidence , went to thu ex press olllce , suciurcd the reward for himself , divided it with the prisoners and obtained the confession. For this breach of conn- donee Sheriff Djun lust ovetilnir revoked Foley's com mission ns deputy ami to u re porter toUl tne story. Heretofore the ofll- CO have malnt lined that the mono/ had nc been recovered , nlthoiiLrh tlm oflluors of the company olaltncd that It bad. Tlirro 1'iititlly Nhot. OAKLAND , Cal. , Oct. 'J. A desperate shootIng - Ing affray nccurrcd hero hist nlRtitin which three men were fatally wounded .ind a fourth seriously hurt. A crowd of citizens joined the police In the chase of a would-bo murderer , sending after him a fusil ido of shots in the crowde.1 streets. William Green and Tom Mullen were standing out side a s iloon at the corner of .Seventh street and Broadway , when Peter Hulls , an ac quaintance of Green's , passed. Green nc- costcd Butts by asking when ho got out of Jail. After n list light had been In dulged In Butts drew a revolver and shot Green , who fell to the curb. Policeman Scanlon then attempted to arrest Butts , who lied , llrlng ut the otllcer ns ho ran. One of Butts' stray bullets hit Strcot C.ir Con ductor W. E. Bcony , fatally wounding him. Another took effect In the body of n man whoie name w.is unobtainable , Indicting a serious wound. Othur policemen and a crowd of citizens started In pursuit of Butts. Many in the crowd had revolvers , and over twenty shots were sent after the fleeing fugitive. When he w.is llnally captured , it was found llvo bullets had entered his body. Green , Ueeny and Butts cannot llvo. Scrlmmnco Itptnocn I'ollcoinrii. New YOIIK , Oct. 2. Policeman J. S. Ball of the Kan Fourth Street station was shot nnd seriously wounded In the dormitory of that building this morning. The weapon wns llrcd during a scrimmage between Po licemen Storms and Brodorlck of the same precinct. According to the dispatch sent to police headquarters. Ball , who was on tba reserve forcn , amused himself by patting fun at Storms. Broderick resented this and reached lor his pistol , which w.is on a shelf close by. A tussle between tin * patrolmen ensued , during which the weapon was dis charged. The bullet entered Bull's loft breast Broderick was arrested and Ball was sent to Bellevue hospital. It was dis covered that the bullet had penetrated the lung nnd thut the injury is HkKly to prove fatal. The shooting Is declared by witnesses to have been entirely accidental. I nvostls.it ins tint llurson Family. ALCXANIIIIIA , Va. , Oct. 2. There were two * strangers hero during the last week repre senting themselves as newspaper men. They are thought to have been detectives. Their business seemed to be to learn some thing of the Burson family , of whom they Inquired very closely. They visited the Burson homo , which is a spacious old-style brick mansion , two stories high , with a btoad hall running through the center , and surrounded by a half square of largo shude trees and shrubbery , all inclosed by a hih brick wall. They took a good look nt the residence and its surroundings. They talked with n number of persons in the vicinity and referred to the affair In Chicago , remarking to one man that they were acquainted with Banker Gage and that ho would not hesitate to spend $10,000 In defending himself against the charges preferred against him by Miss Anna Burson. Two Duels in Mrxloi. CITY OF MEXICO , Oct. 2. Franchco Gacia , editor of the Siglo , und Hodiguez Penn , editor of the Don Quixote , fought a duel Sunday with swords. The latter was so obviously at the rnercy of the former that , the doctors present abruptly quitted the field after twelve assaults hud taken place , saying that they did not wish to witness a murder. The duel was thereupon sus pended. Fernando Crozes and Francisco Ibancz , well known Mexicans , quarreled In the Madison Dorof restaurant hero Sunday night and commenced shooting at each other without preliminaries. Orozes fired three shots ut Ibane/ without hitting him , but one bullet lodged In the limb of a young lady present. Ibinez then flrcd , hitting Crozes Just be'.ow the right shoulder and then escaped. hcttlud tlio Fend. MAUSUAIX. III. , Oct. 2. At Thompson , Wabash township , southeast of this city , John O'tlarrow and D.mThompson , who had not been on friendly terms for some time , mot last evening and without warning Thompson pulled his pistol and shot O'Hnr- row In the breast. As the wounded man turned to run he was iigaln shot in the back. 'Ihompson then llrcd three more shots at his victim. The slayer lied and is hiding In the Wabash bottoms. O'llarrow's wounds are fatal. U is feared that Thompson and his relatives will make a determined resistance to the fugitive's arrest , and more trouble is expected. Armed posses arc scouring the woods after Thompson. TlilnU Ho Win Mnrderml. Oct. 2. Patrolman Bacon mndo a ghastly find about 2 o'clock this morning in an alloy back of a saloon at > U Kast Market street. It was the body of a man about So years old , who had evidently been murdered after midnight. The skull was crushed and the face was covered with blood. The police think the weapon was a sandbag. The dead man Is us yet unldonti- lied. On the body was found a receipt Issued by the Gernmniu lodge U. A. O. D. to Christ ian Boar , und on u ( Iy leaf of u book was printed the name of Taylor On ens. The man was well dressed In a Usht suit. The body was removed to the morguo. Fur * Ntnlen from Muiiiifnoturo * Hiilldlnu' . CHICAGO , Oct 2. Thieves have been workIng - Ing the Russian section in Manufactures building at Jackson park again. Pavel Greenwiild from Bt. Petersburg mndo the dUcowry yesterday thut he had been robbed of ono tine beaver , six black fox skins and seventy sables , the loss being 10,000. , They hud been taken out of a uhcst , ho bald , in which he placed them after closing his ex hlblt Saturday bight. As the stolen furs are undressed their value U leas than half what the same skins would be worth if they were dressed. Mr. Grccnwald's exhibit oils said to be worth in the aggregate $1,000,000 , No Ilopu lurVuokn. . NEW YOIIK , Oct. 2. A San Jose special tou morning paper says : Ono of ISmbsz- zler Weeks' influential friends is ijuoted as : saying he has given up hupo of saving the ubsconuor because the government has made n specific promise to give him up. Minister liuker and Consul Williams have called on President Hodriguui. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Children Cry for > J Pitcher's Caetorla. _ _ _ _ m A Baddy Glow on clicck and brow is evidence that body getting proper nourishment. When this glow of1 health is absent assimilation is wrong , and health is letting down. taken immediately arrests waste , regardless of the cause. Consumption must yield to treatment that stops waste and builds flesh anew. Almost as palatable as milk. Pnp rfil by Bontt A Ho n , N V All rincclutt g. W. PANGLE , 1. D. The flwd SaciariUn. 20 Tom' Eiprknco. : READKR OF DISEASES OF MEN AND troaiKN. riiopitiETou OF TIIK WOllLTJ'S 1IEUUAL , UISl'EN- 8ABY OF / ireat the following Dfseasis : ' dtirrh of the Iload , Throat , and Lunss : DI . oaMMcf tbo Eye and Ear.Fitaand Apoplexy , Uci.rt Disease , Liver Complaint , Klduey Complaint , Nervous Doblllty , Mental Depres sion , Loss of Manhood , Seminal Weakness. Diabetes , BrlghfsDl-caso.StVHus' Jcuce. KheuiWlEra , Paralysis , White Bwclllnff , Scrofula , Fever Sores , Cancers , Tumors and Fistula > n ano removed without the knife or drawing a drop of blood. Woman with IKT delicate organs re stored to health. Dropsy ctircd without tapping. Special Attention given to private Diseases of all kinds. $50 to S5OO forfeit for any Dis ease I cannot cure without mercury. Tsr-o Worms removed In two or three hours , or no pay. Hemorrhoids or rilca'ciiicd. TUGsK WHO AK&'JiT'int.TCTED Will Eave llfo and hundreds'of ' dollars by calling on or using , DR. G. W. RANCH'S HERBAL MEDICINES. Tbo only Physician who can toll what alia a person without uniting n question. All correspondence BlrictlvnonQdentlal. Modlciaf sent by express. Addreia all letters to G.V. M D . . PANGJL13 , , , , GOO ZJroneJiviijCpfmclf 4 cento In BUmipij for rculy. National Bank t ) . S. Depositor/ * OMAHA - NEBRASKA. . Capital $500,000 Surplus $100,000 UE11MAN KOUNTZE. President. JOHN A. CKEIQIITON. VI < MP il.l3.U P. II. DAVIS. Casldur. W. U. MEKQIJIER , AnslHtant C.i-ihler. II. E. GATES. AHstRtant C HU Weak Eyes Made Stron bpcclaclvi null Eyn- ( Jlas e llclod to tlm oycH by the Intoit aclnntlllo inn the it . I''imt-claiH ' Co nd . rices. No l NORMAN M. RTJDDY , Soloiitlflo Oi > tlolini , 219 South I5tb Street , - - Omah a SURELY CURED. To THE EDITOH Pleasu inform yonr rcatl- cis that I Imvo n iiositivo remedy for the nbovo named diBcaso. 15y il timely HBO thousands of hopclesp casea liavo boon per manently cured. I Bliall bo ( jliul to Bond two bottles of my remedy free io any of your readers who Imvo consumption if they will send mo their oxprcBsnnd postofhco luUreBH. T. A. Slocum.M.O. , J83PcurlSt.NewVork. TO THE OWNKKH OK AIJLOTH OK I'AHTS of lolHiin Arl or street from Klovontli blrrot to Twulftli Htruut , and tlio east curb of Twelfth utreut from Cnstullur street to Vln- ton struct. You are lierouy notlllcd that tlio undor- Bleiiod , tlirco dlnlntcroiitcl ( frcelmliiora of tlio city of Omtilia , have lifen only appointed ny tlio mayor , with the approval of the city coun cil of said city , In assess the damaKu lo the owners icipoutlvoly of tlio pioporty anYetnd hy the change of irudu of bald street ) , de flated ncousMiry hv ordlnano 21U , passfd Soptemlior 12th , 1803. ' approved Soptuiubur IHth. 1H03. " ' Vnti mo further notlflcW that havlmr accepted - coptod suld iippolntmeiito-iiid duly iinulllk'd as ieiiilied | hv laVi.wii | will , on the Mil day of October , , A. I ) . 1803 , at the hour of 3 o'clock , , In tlio aftormmn , at tin1 ollico of ( leorifo ) Vaul , 1GOQ l-'ariiiun htreet , within tlio oori mit'i limits of Id city , meet for thfl piirpo * of fonslilerliig and nuildiif ? thu atsussinoiit of dama o to the owners iiispcctivoly of.UK / ) property alfuctnd hy suldchviiKo of Krad ial > lng Into considera tion special liiinrllts , If liny. aho "Vou""urii\liot"ltipl to . bo present at the tlinouml jilaco afur Killilj'iuid maid ) any ob jections to or btiilemunU < ' ( 'oiiceriiliiut > itlu u is- of dmiiiiKos.juv you may consldor proper. ( l nuui : . ! . I'AIII , , fflJKV. ! | ! . HOI.UIIOOK , J < ) Yf ' ( i.\VlM.I 8. Omaha Soptoniber 23dI6U3. . s23 dlOt _ li I TO Tim OWNKUS or AU < I-OTH ou I-AUTH of lots on Hickory htri-utv from Tlftli btieel ! lo west line of rieconatitroot : You nro horehy iioilliic | that the uixlt'r- Hlened , three dlslntcreijtcd frcolioldersof tlio city of Unialia , have been duly appointed i > yin the mayor , wlih thu approval of tlioclty coun cil of said city , to USM > S ) , the ilumiigo to the o neis respectively of thu property affected hy eroding suld Mi eot , declared necessary by oidtimncuU.GlH , pussod Hojitcinbor 12th , Iti03 , apiiio\ed H.'ptoinlior lOlh , 1HU3. touaro further nutlHed , thut Imvlni ? nc- coptod suld appointment , and duly iinulliled as reiiulit-d liy law , vru will , on tin. ' f > th day of October , A , 1) . , 1803 , ut tli'j hoiir of 4 o'clocU In tlio aftoriioon nt tlm ollLo of Utoruu J. 1'aul , Hlua Karnain struct , nllhlii the cortiorutu limits of al < l city , meet for thu purpose of con- blderln ' nnd niufcui thu asjossmunt of dam- uL'i ; to ilia ownor.s rei.pei'tlvi > ) v of wild iiino erly. ultVctfd hy huld radhii ; , iaklnx nome consideration special bonrllu , If any , Youaru notllmd lo bu prusont at the time ana place iifoivimld. and iniko any objections toorslateinentk concoinliiK sulif ussussrnent of daniafob as you muy roiuldor proper , OKO J. I'Al'l. . UKO. W. IIOLilltOOK , J. J. SAV1LLK. Omaha , September 23 , Ib03 i23d0t YOUfH Undoubted Incipient r n < iitnpllmi , I'cillim- In ; llriineltinl ( 'atunli , Arrr ! ril ln- ; < lrr the Trcii'tinriit ol ! > r . Onpclnii.t mill Minpnril. A fact no Ion-or ( iiiestlorio 1 Is that nec- Icctc I enldM w.ll develop bronchial troiiiiic , nnd frotii tlint | ) liUiisH--liu-lpleiit cntiaiimp * tloit. In sp ( cot uiir ht'iiitlifnl ciunute. litlti- drcmof limni'lniil IMSIM result In i-oiHinrip * tloti r.u-l-t hero in Oinnliii. Nn one doubts thli. Dr. ' . Couvliiiid tiinl Slicimnl uan nrrest .nil euro tht i ) ilKunsos If ihu.v nm brtiiuhl to HUMul tmi ! ton n l.inr. .lobn Well It Is 11 youiiimiiiot M. mid lives nt IierjS. 10th strcot w th his iitnit , Mr . l'd rs wltoofK I , 1'ow- or * , tlio wuli UIIIIHII Union 1'uclllu u.isseiiitcr conductor. This lirl lit I ml Is In the oniuloy of M , IX Smith & Co. , wholesale dry cooJo. llo says ! JOHN WCI.IMI. 1102 ? . 10th street , with M. i : . amltli.t Co. "Vcs. I inn fikltnt u ronrso of Ireat-neiit with Ur Slicpard for catarrh nnd hrmii'hltls , tiiul 1 am high y nloasi-d at thu splendid ra- pulu I mil uintlni ; . My tronhtu came from tuliln . co d In the winter , nnd hoforo I fully realized It , t li id a ptotty had caso. Th dls- uiiso showed ilsulf first In my head , chutelug thunoso nnd throat , nnd makln ; It hard lo keep Ihoni cloar. It full as If thorn was a bit ; lump In my tbroitl all the time. The tronhlo tlion worked down Into my chest Into the bronchial tubes and Innis. .Mornlnus I would cniK'h nail cng terribly , rnls'iiR a frothy wliltu plilo m In such quantities tli it It sc'ircd mo , Mycnush wns always worvo about ! l o'o ojk every morning. My lunxs hurt mo and were son ! . Sharp pains would dart tliroii''h thn limps. Ilrxt one , thuu thu othur. If I walked up Mil Irs I WIIH all out of breath , anil full a distressed serene s deep In Iho chest. In fact , mv urontlilns powor.s cot In very bad h ipo. and if 1 h.id uouuou Ion. : In this way I bullovo my lungs would hare broken down com- plolcly. "I cnurlicil ill siini'Kor. Thpciitarrh after a wh.lucot lo my stomach , and 1 lost in/appe tite. I could not rullsh anytliliu and did not want to out. Before 1 hud this c.itarrlml dln- ease I wantod.thrc" good inunUovi'ry davnnd a lunch hotwcou moats. AH mv tMtlnx iliopptid oil' 1 lost In llcsli. My color was bad , 1 be- ciimo pale and woak. Everybody noticed how thin nnd poor I was. nnd they spnko of It , 1 was rumilni ; down nlll fast whoti Ir. Shcpird took mo In char.'O. This wns In July. I foit hotter afioi the first , ofllco tro.itmnnt. My head elourod up. I coul'l brcatho freely once more. I w.inted to OKt nnd could cnfoy > ny food , The soreness nnd pi : ns steadily loft my chest ; I can walk now and not get out of breath. My I'Onsh IB no.irlv Rone. My weight Is tncreaslns tinil. to sum It nil up , I am rapidly Kottlim well. Dr. ShopiirJ promptly chunked my dlsoasp. and Is bnlldliu n.o up ovcsry day so that 1 know I am safe from further luun troublo. " T I\TMKNT. Unexcelled treatment by mall. Diseases dlasnoat'd by syniutom blank. Questions about nil cbionlc dlsonsus cheerfully an- sworod. Write for symptom blank. DRS. COPEtAND & SHEPARD , HOOMS3I1 ANO : iIJ NEW VORK Mb" i UUILDINO. OMAHA. NEIJ. Every Curable Dlsuass TrcuteJ , Olllco Ilonra-ll to 11 a. in.:2 to > p. m. : V to ) u. in. Sunday 10 a , m. tn IU in. PAINTS. It Pays to Paint. It Pays to TTse Good Paint. It Pays to Look Around And Boo Whore You Can Buy Paints Of All Kinds at Real Wholesale Prices. The largest oxaluilvo I'.ilnt , Oil and Gliiss house In tlio MUsourl vallny. Is the only pitco ; whore you can buy a bill of oalnts ( or cash at wholcsuto prices and no assured Unit you get the best of everything finishes. Ladders. I'litnts , OI.s , Co'ors , 1'Umcnts , Fieacoes nnd every thin : olEoyou will need In the line this fall wliethor In ciiriutltlcs you can carry away In your hands or In car load lots. Mloijey is Scarce and you want every dollar to count for all It's worth. It m alecs no dllTcrunco whether you llvo llvo miles or 500 miles fiom Council HlulTs , you will s ivo uioncy by buying at wholesale. ART Ours Is the only uxcluslvo Art Glass Factory In the west where you c in net your own fan- i'lca worked out. or the boautlful Idonsofbpj- clitl nrtlsls realized wlllintitnncy prloes. Wohavo plenty of room. Wo curry a stunk of plnlo and all othur" Uluds of class and nro ready to fill orders from hand p.tcUKo < j to car loin. Co mo and hue us , or wrlto for ostl- nnitcs on pinto and all othur kinds of Klass and imintliiK nmturUI. this spuco for prlcei. Connell lIlufTs , Iowa. Ilovolvlnc and Adjustable Flower Stands and WINDOW BRACKETS Durable , ornamental aim unvrtloitlj ndinlrod by every ory lover of llfillho phlllU. Nti tnmljlo touaro for and kunp ulium with them , Full line , pot * , etc. ut LUND BROS , , 23 Main St Special ftf COUNCIL BLUFF ? ) TO HKN'T .N'uwls fiiinlHhocl room , 1 block from J pOHlonieti. UlUlHIAve. _ " \TICKLV furnlHliL-d rooms for rent , 118 South 1 > .Smriilli Ntrcut. li'OIt HKNT A nlco H-room IIOUHO , well located L1 Dr. U. I. WoodUury , corner llhul und St WANTED-A com. t i.'lrl forircnerul houxo- worh. MIB. A.T. Muter , H'.M Fourth avc. AGKICUIVFITHAb linplcniont moil wanting a drblraule location for wareliotiia tihotilrt com- innnlcatu ut imuo with thu M.iyno Itual Katatu Co. O''I llro.niwiiy , Council llhnfa. DO YOU knuw Unit D.iy A , Ili-sa liavu bomo rliolcu liarKUlim In ( rnlt und trnrUcn land near thin city ? AUSl'ltAOTS ' and lo'iim Farm anil city proiorty UouL'lit and bold I'u k Thomns , Cuausll IlluflH t , ( i AHllAOR rumored , ccHapjols. vnultH. chlnm/ 7cl ancd. Ed Iliirko. ji Taylor's LTOjsry , JJJ liru.idwuy. C5.i.'OU ; Block ot inerclianillau to ipfur u uooil Uui Molnen ur Council Illurtb r nldeneu. Huvu clear linprovo-J 1'inj unj cash to trade JorutlM.OOO.Oil to tJO.OOU.OU Block ol HUH- t-ral niercliuudlBO. Slock ol drug * to tradu lor lui.J. Joltubto & Van PatU-u , BS Cnstorla is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants nnd Children. It contains neither Opium , Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It Is n harmless substitute- for Paregoric , Drops , Soothing Syrups , ami Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee Is thirty years' use by Millions of Mothers. Castoriu destroys Worms mill allays fovcrishncss. Castorla prevents vomit ing Sonr Curd , cures Dlarrhcua nnd AVlnd Colic. Castoriu relieves teething troubles , cures constipation nnd llatnlency. Castoria assimilates the food , regulates the stomach . and bowels , giving healthy and natural Bleep. Cas toriu is tlio Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend. Oastoria. Castoria. "Caitorl.i Is nn excellent medicine for chil " well Cnitorla li - BO mlnptc-d to children that dren. Mothers Imvo repeatedly told mo of Itu I recommend Itnssuperiortoany prescription good effect upon their children. " knovui to me. " Da. 0. C. CMooon , II. A. Aitcnr.n.M. D. , Lowell , Muss. Ill So. Oxford St. , llrooltlyn , N. Y. " Cn torlft U the bct remedy for children of " Our physicians la Iho clilMron'a deport which I nm acquainted. I ho | > o the day Is r.ot ment li.tvo npoleu : lil lily or tholr expert , far distant when mothers wlllcoiislder tlio real cnco In tlielr outnlilo practice with Cnstoila , Interest of their chllilrcn , ntul nso Castorla In- nnd nllliongh no only hava anioiis our Blend of tliovnrlousqimck nostrums which nro incdleal supplies lmt Is kuonn as tt'Riilnr destroying Ihdr loved ones , liy forcing opium , pixHlucls , yet wo nro free to confess rtW H > 8 morphine , soothing syrup nnd other linrtfnl merits of Castorla 1ms wo i" look with agents do n their tlironts , thereby tending fa\oru | < onit. " them to premature graves. " UNITED HOSPITAL , irs P" > nKNpjinY , Da. J. r. KINCIUCI.OE , lioston. Mass. Couwuy , Ark. AM.EV C. ysiiTii , JTVcj. , The Coutanr Company , TT Murray Street , Now York City. * , Cb.rt'ains ' , " > SAU Blankets , Rugs. . Fims , Feathers , v jifft Cleaned / Dijed. . GoodTWork . < "Ya Prompt ! f Attention " % * ? * " e * lie a s o n able " - PPJCCS , . fSOFSlETOJ ! . FURNITURE. Dewey &StoneFiirnitureOo The oldest , largest and best wholesale and retail furnitura ho us 3 in the west. 1115-1117 Farnam St. 1114-1116 Harney St. 29 Years in One Location. No rent to pay. Occupy our own buildings. WINDOW SHADES AND All Grades of Goods from Plainest to Most Expensiva. CHAMBER SUITS from $10 to $1,000 DININGROOM , LIBRARY , PARLOR AND KITGJii FO.U1PJH , Refrigerators and Baby Carriages. THE FINEST DRAPERYDEP ARTMENT in ths West RUPTURE FBK IANUNTI < V CURED or HO PA ! . NO PAY UNTIL CUKED. Wo refer you to 3,5W , p itlentt. Nut'lIUnlfuf Ojiu-nuroB. Omahv Uurraundjvliuillitik , Omani. No dPtKiitliin from biiBlnaii , No operation. Iiirei- titrate our method. Written Riiar.intim to anoliit lr euro nil kinds of KUI'TIJHIC of both oxo wlttiout tb unoof knlfo. nnmattorof how IOIIK Rtumllng , EXAMINATION FREE , THE 0 , E. m\.LW \ 3O7-308 N. Y. Lli'u Ea.ldluOmaha , BUND roit OIIICUI.AK. A 1 2-ToflS-a-Dav Machine at a 10-Tonv-n-Day Price. our Warrenty Goes with Each Machlns. Thr > SoutliwlcllallnBPrc ) slsft2-horfcOfllll-clrclumaehUio. It lias Hid larci-st li'Vd opening of any Coiitliiiinus-llalliiK , "f Duiihle-Ktroko 1'ruis ( u tlm World. Hales tight ; draft light. Capacity ; Construction ; Durability-all the tICST. Now is the time to buy a hay press , It will pay you to BOO our machines be fore you buy. SANDWICH MANPG CO , , , COUNCIL BLUFFS COUNCIL BLUFFS STEAM DYE WORKS All l < liiil o [ f > yolng nndOluanln ; dona In the lil 'liuit style ot thu iirU l < 'ulod auj Btulnud fubrlun inutlo to tool : us K" < > 'l ' in now. Worn promptlr done nnl dollvoro.l In nil puru of tbo country. SenJ for Vrlcu lilt. O. A. MAOHAN , Projirlotor , llroadwuy , neur NortU . wunturn dupot. TeK'plioail.