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THE OatAIIA DAIIAT BEE : SATURDAY , MAY 11 , 1895. THE OMAHA DAILY BEE COUNCIL BLUFFS. OFFICE , NO. U PEAnij BTKEET DtllTtred br carrier to any part of the cltr. II W. TILTON , L ste . TELEPHONES Duilne cince. No. 41 ! night Wllor. No. U. Grand , Council Bluffs. B. F. Clark , prop. llayne Real Estate agency. C39 Broadway , released on bonds In the sum of $300 to ap- pcaV In Juntlce Cook's court next Thursday a Union Pacific assembly No. 1.300 ha moved Ha quarters Into the Danebo hall , 103 Main street , and will hold Its future meetings there * A motion for a now trial was ( lied In the. district court yesterday by the Plain1' ' " ' " the ca o of E. M. Officer against 55. Good win and Grorgo Hasklns. E. C. Shcpard. Wood Allen. E. II. Lougco and L. T. Shugart. with their wives , formed a fishing party that went to Mnnawa Thurs day to fish. The lake IB now empty. Tlioro will bo a special meeting of Star Chapter No. 47 , Royal Arch Masoni , tonight for work in the M. M. degree. All members are requested to be present. By order of the M. E. H. P. John , the son ot II. Pethybrldge , was playlnj ? with some companions Thursday evenhiR , when ho fell , with several of the others on top of him. His left arm was broken between the wrist and elbow. Verne , wife of Joseph A. Yochon , died at 7 o'clock Thursday night , aged 21 years , after an Illness of four woeks. The funeral will take place at the residence In Norwallc township this morning at 9 o'clock. John M. Murphy was arrested late Thurs day night on a charge of assault with In tent to do great bodily Injury , preferred by his brother-in-law. J. M. Mclntyro. A horse trade was the cause ot the difficulty , and Murphy Is said to have tried to carry his threats against Mclntyre's life Into exe cution with the aid of an axe. Ho was Miss Ella Johnston died Thursday In Cleve land , 0. , where she was taken by her brother , A. M. Johnston , about ten days ago. She had been In poor health for a long time1 , and she went to Ohio for the purpose ot consulting a specialist. The trip failed to have the desired results , however. The remains will bo brought here for In terment. About three weeks ago three windows and two doors were stolen from an unoccupied house' on Avenue G and Thirtieth street , owned by F. J. Day. Yesterday , while driv ing along In front of Mrs. Jennie Williams' house , near Cochran park. Mr. Day saw his doors and claimed them. Mrs. Williams gald she took them from one of her "boarders" In liquidation of a board bill , nnd said she could prove her Innocence of any theft. She was arrested , however , and granted a continuance until next week , when the case will bo tried. C. II. Warren , a painter and paper hanger , who used to llvo at 1415 Second avenue , has deserted his wlfo and loft her and her three little children to look to the county for sup port. He bought a bicycle from a local firm before going away , but did not finish making the payments. Some ot the officials Incline to the belief that Warren has simply skipped out , leaving his family In destitute circumstances in order to make It easier for them-to obtain aid , nnd will return soon , while others think he has left for good , with no Intention of coming back again. Insure In the Imperial , Palatine or Glen Falls Fire Insurance companies. These are among the largest and best companies In the world , and we are solo agents for Council Bluffs. Lougee & Towle , 235 Pearl street. Have you seen the beautiful new novelties and the splendid bargains at the Meyers- Durfee Furniture company's , the standard furniture house ? Umbrellas repaired neatly. Almy , 146 Broadway. _ _ _ _ _ _ Garden hose , big stock , good and cheap. New York Plumbing Co. I'EUbOSAT. I'.tJtAHItAl'JIS. E. C. Spinney of DCS Molncs Is In the city. city.Miss Miss Nellie Beebo la visiting friends In Missouri Valley. W. II. Burns , formerly general agent for the Union Pacific In this city , now located at Butte , Mont. , Is visiting his friends here. Robert Graham has been confined to his bed for several days past , as the result o a too sudden move which strained his back severely. J. S. Clark has returned from Eaton , N Y. , where he was called by the death ol ha ! father , who died qulto suddenly o apoplexy. Dr. Boyscn left yesterday for his home In Denmark. Thursday evening a number o his friends enjoyed a supper and genera good time In the Dancbo hall in his honor. James Fonlon , who has occupied the posl tlon of deputy county clerk for the pas' ' four years , retired Thursday night as thi result of the doctrine that to the victors be long the spoils. Deputy Sheriff Nick O'Brien , who has been confined to his homo for several days pas by the effects of a strain In the vicinity of his bullet wound , was able to bo abou again yesterday. Charles Gregory and P. H. Butler havi gone to St. Louis on business connected with the races. It Is possible they will go on to Roby , Ind. , before returning , for the pur pose of bringing some of the horses tha have been running In the races there ti Council Bluffs on the 22d. BOSTON bTOItIC , COUNCIL , IILUPP > . 1,1 Great Attraction" for Siiturduy Grent Re ( liirtloim for Ono lny Only. All umbrellas at cost price. AT COST. Choice of our entire stock of ladles' wrap pers at cost. This means a good callcc wrapper that usually sells at C'Jc , for 39r Indigo blue calico wrappers , regular value 7Cc ; cost price , 59c , $1.25 wrappers for 79c. Other goods In proportion. Ladles' 8c ribbed vests for Saturday 3 each. 35o quality ladles' summer corset fo Saturday lOc each. 50o waeh Silks at 25c a yard. Men's heavy working shirts , good value a BOc ; for Saturday 25c each. All wool bljck Henrietta , extra quality , worth $1.00 ; on sale Saturday at 50c a yard. FOWLER , DICK & WALKER. Council Bluffs , la. b. 1M.llllniuHun Bells the Standard and Domestic sewing machines ; also agent for Standard tn Omaha. IOC South Main street. Tliero are lots of new things In vapor stoves for the public to experiment on. Dsn't waste your money that way. Buy a Quick Meal or a Reliable of Cole & Cole. They have been tried and tested for years and are afo and right. from.tha . Arlum. Oliver Judd was the name given by a small boy who was found wandering about the streets yesterday morning and brought Into the police station at an early hour by James O'Brien. He said his father's name was James Judd , and he lived In Ottumwa. The boy was sent to the asylum for feeble minded children not long ago , but ho wan dered away and came to Council Bluffs. He was kept at the police station while await ing word from the officials ot the hospital. I' I ro in r n' 'I ( i u rn a in p M t. The Iowa State Firemen's association will hold a tournament at Vlnton , commencing June 18 , and lasting flv days. The pro- Krani , which has just been Issued , Is an at tractive one , and a largo number of valu able prizes have been offered. H. \rillUuiioa Carrlcj ths largest itock of high grade bicy cles ot any Oealer In the wett. Also has tha beit equipped repair shop In the west. 106 Eoutu Main itreet ; telephone. 202. J'Vnco riKti. 100 carloads white oak fence poiti , 5 cents each , by the car load. A. Overton , Coun cil Uluffs. _ splendU line of straw hats at Metcalf _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ MUs M. B. Keen , stenographer , 106 S. Mala. BcvU. drug , paint , glu * xuu ZOO B' NEWS FROM COUNCIL BLUFFS Judge Smith Listening to the Echoes of a Last Year's Excursion to Mnnawa. CASE OF A M\N \ EHOT IN THE NECK IC. . Duffy Sues Colonel Konl for i the Itcinlt of B Fane/ Shot ArtUt'n t'nlturo to Connect on the Tugct. The case of L , C. Duffy against Colonel F. C. Reed oC Manawa waa on trial before Judge Smith yesterday In the district court. Duffy visited Manawa one Sunday last summer and It chanced to be a day when one of Colonel Heed's attractions was a fancy rifle shootlst , Duffy was standing behind the target , about twenty-five feet away from It and consider ably out of range ot the bullet , If It had taken Its usual line of march. Dut It veered and struck Duffy In the neck. The bullet lias been there ever since , and from his tes timony on the stand yesterday It was learned that he has b-n suffering from Indigestion , loss of eye sight , loss of hair , numbness and many similar aliments. Dr. Darnes of Creston was one of the- wit nesses on ttio side of the plaintiff. Ho was at Manawa when the shot was fired and was ons of those who rurhcd to Duffy's assist ance , besides caring for hlrn at his home for EOino time after the Injury was sustained. Ho testified that the bullet entered the neck , but when Attorney D. W. Hlgbee , who rep resented Duffy , tried to get him to express a belief as to where It went from thsre , he pissed. All he knew was that there was a "nerve plexus" at Jut about the point where the bullet went In , and he- had not been able to pull the bullet out for fear of disjointing the plexus. He admitted on cross-examina tion that any ono of the numerous symptoms which Duffy cUlired to nave been having might have ben caused by other things , but ho Inclined to the belief that ho would , not have had ( | tilto so many symptoms had It not been for the gunshot wound or some other similar Injury. Duffy Is suing Heed for ? 3,000 damages , alleging that he Is responsible for the mis- shot ot his fancy slioottst. r. o. i > . IIKOVTN. lonm Them All When It Comes to Oooit Uoodl ut Low TrtccR Ho MnUes III * CoiHix-UtorK All Howl. In our hardware department we aresell - ng screen doors 1 % Inch thick , any size you want them , at C5o ; wire cloth , per foot , 2c ; gardtn hose , 15c ; garden rakes , IBc ; wire : lothcs line , lOc ; ladles' hair curlers , 5c ; 4-ln. lawn mowers , $2.45 ; other dealers ask rou $3.50 for the same thing. Two-quart co cream freezers , $1 ; western washers , $2.25 ; carpet tacks , Ic a paper ; a good curry comb for 5c ; a good horse brush for lOc. We are In the lead In gasoline1 stoves , we will sell you a good three-hole , high gasoline love , with step , for $8.25. Our meat department Is a hummer , and Is .he talk of the town. Deef roast , 7c par lb. ; chuck steak , 7o ; round steak , lOc ; park steak , c ; dry salt bacon at 7c ; compound lard 'or G'/ic ; breakfast bacon , 10'c ; boiling beef , to and 5c per lb. In our grocery department wo have knocked he bottom clear out of prices for this week. Wo have also a complete line ot refrigerators of all sizes. We are having a special sale in thorn this week only. They are the Peer ess , and are pack'd with charcoal , and will save you enough on your Ice bill In one sum mer to pay for themselves. They are on our second floor. Come In and look at them. nnowN'S c. o. D. Mimro Taken Aftrr n Imde. William Moore Is the name of a young man who was arrested last evening at the house of Mrs. Warren on Avenue D , charged with being a fugitive from Justice. The Omaha authorities wanted him for being Implicated n an alleged suit club swindle. It was found hat he WPS engge > 3 to marry Mrs. Warren , and so he was naturally looked for not far > om her. Officer Wler knocked at the door and was met by Mrs. Warren , who told him Moore was not there. He Insisted on being ihown. All the doors Inside were unlocked but ono , and Wler called for the key. At first Mrs. Warren refused it , but later changed her mind and let the officer enter. i\n open window would have toU him that .ho bird had flown , even if ho had not caught a lingering gllmprc of the bird's coat tails as they ellppcd off the window sill. A lively chase ensued through back yards , over fences and around houses. Wler shot off his re volver twice , but hit nothing but empty air. Moore was at last terrified into stopping and was landed In the calaboose for the rest of .he night. He offered to fight any one in the crowd , but Wier not being built on the fight- ng plan , his offer was unaccepted. Special sale of children's hats for the next three days at the new Bon Ton millinery. Prices and goods cannot be duplicated. 301 Broadway. Buy the "New Process" gas cooking range Council Bluffs Oas company's office. The Hardman , the piano par excellence. Ilonily for Nrxt Ynar. John Limit has returned from Clinton , where he attended the state encampment ot the Grand Army of the Republic. He Is well satisfied with the showing his friends made n the contest tor the commandcrshlp of the Iowa department. "Westarn Iowa was weak n the convention , " ho remarked yesterday , 'for a lot of the delegates ; failed to bo pres ent. As a usual thing a man has to com mence talking about his aspirations a year be fore he expects to bo elected. In that way ho puts himself In the line for promotion , as It were , and when ho comes up the second year his chances for election are considerably Improved. " The selection of Cedar Rapids as the place for holding the next encampment waa only accomplished after a fight as hot as any the vets over passeJ through on the gory field. The 1'eerleftB 1riiiprritnM < i Drink * There is no temperance drink In the world that begins to compare with the famous Copps Cheer and Herb Tonic , originated and manufactured by the G. R. Wheeler Brewing company. It Is protected by U. S. official analysis , and can bo sold anywhere without any form of license. WHEELER & HKRELD , - Sole Mfgrs. , Council Bluffs. A splendid line of straw hats at Metcall Bros. _ l'rr l tnnt Mrrlmc ; , Yesterday morning the discovery was made that one ot the vacant shanties on Sixteenth street , between Avenue A and Broadway , was on fire. It was almost entirely destroyed be fore the flrt department arrival. It was enl } a few morning ? ago that another of thest shnntles was burned down , and It is the general - oral belief that some one has enterel upon a crusade for the Improvement of North Six teenth street. _ lit ? Itaco Meetlnir. Spring meeting of the Union Park Racine association commences May 22 , and con > tlnues ten days. Five good races dally commencing at 2 p. m. One and a thin ! fare on all railways for round trip. Yes , the Eairlo laundry Is "that good laundry , " and U located at 724 Broadway If In doubt about thli try It and be convinced. . Don't forget name and number. Tel. 157. The fair In the Eiseman building wll close this evening , and all articles will b < disposed of. Supper as usual at 6 o'clock Garden hose , big stack , good and cheap New York Plumbing Co. A splendid line ot straw hats at Metcal Bros. Police ( mjrt Cl u3 Blakoley , the young man who wen wrrg aid brcko 'nto the Union PtcIHc IreU-h depot and stole a Jot of property , was glvei thirty days by Judge McGee yesterday morn' ' Ing. Had It not been for bis youth , he vouli In all probability have been bound orer to tbi grand Jury. Francli Donaldson , Frank Kan nda and George Kanada , were each given ten days In the county Jail for being Implicated In the theft. Sam Rails and L. J. Jones , alias Poker JoncY , were each fined1 $14.60 for getting drunk and using obscene language on the streets. Ed Burke was tried for dumping a tot ot refuse In a cistern on Avenue C , near Tenth street. He admitted disposing of one load In that way , but denied all other charges. Ono of his men , however , testified that by Burke'c direction , ho had dumped five loads Into the cistern , which has been unused for any other purpose for qulto a while. Burke was flneJ $5 and coats , the entire sum amountIng - Ing to $14.30. Joe Tattcn and Anna Boyer , charged with adultery , were granted continuances until this . morning. _ _ _ _ _ _ rotnnilttcm for Mcmnrl it Ihiy. Abe Lincoln post No. 29 , Grand Army of the Republic , has appointed the following committees on Decoration day exercises. Executive Committee J. 11. Atkins , O. W. Gordon , J. A. Spauldlng. On Speakers John Llndt , F. A. Sacket , W. H. Campbell. On Invitation F. S. Thomas , J. B. Atkins , P. Grasa. On Finance W. F. Baker , J. C. Dellavon , J. Hoon , T. J. Evans , N. P. Dodge , D. Mot- taz. W. H. Campbell. On Decorations Woman's Relief corps ; commltteo will be named later. On Music Wall McFadden , S. Johnson , D. R. Witter , I , M. Treynor , W. I. Smith , C. Harl. On Flags J. R. Reed , Wall McFadden , J. H. Ward , J. P. Williams , D. U. Clark. On Platform F. Grass , E. F. Brooks , A. Bale , John Epcrson , S. Beverly. On Ice and Water James Jacoby , I. Doty , F. M. Weit , J. W. Kirk , A. J. Wandllng , John Goodchllds. On Carriages ? M. Weatherbee. Theodore Guitar , E R. Fonda , George Mullcr , John Medley , Henry Lefferts. On Printing J. J. Stcadman , Ohio Knox , C. S. Hubbaid , I. 11. Cousins , George Miles. J. B. Atkins of the executive committee requests all the chairmen of committees to organise their subordinates as soon as possi ble and report progress to the exeecutlve committee. I'lnvril Two I.inlni ; Climr" . Lloyd Forgraves , a young man who form crly had a career with large polka dots In It , but who has of late been behaving with a little more regularity , ran up against a poker game In the Manhattan saloon last evening and lost $2. Thla was more than he had bar gained for. and In the fervor of his anger he commenced to pour out his ? oul In a torrent of loud words. John Schemer , the proprietor of the place , was afraid his nolo would dis turb other patrons of the great national game and ho bit Lloyd a rap over the head to quiet him. This only Increased the trouble , and a pitched battle followed. Forgraves was very much of an under dog , and by the time he struck the sidewalk In a large heap In front of the saloon hla face was badly bruised and blackened. An officer chanced to come along at Just that minute and Forgiaves was bun dled off to the city Jail and booked with the charges of drunkenness and disturbing the peace. Scheffler was not arrested. Dlrtrlrh HI'l Upturn. R. J. Clancy and J. R. Dietrich are ex pected home today from Chadron , Neb. A telegram was received yesterday morning an nouncing that this decision had been reached. Dietrich Is said to be perfectly sane , but the telegram voucl safes no further Information. nius FOH n'ooniivur VUU.\TI jtuxns t'ulluro of Omlul to Olnervo the Law I allies Trouliln. SIOUX CITY , May 10.-Spccal ( ! Telegram. ) Bids were opened today by the Woodbtiry county board for $2CO,000 of bonds , recently Issued by the county. Bonds were about to be sold to the Farmers Loan and Trust company of this city , the highest bidder , when It was discovered that they were made to run twenty years , while the statute only authorized the board to Issue ten year bonds. It was accordingly necessatty to advertise- more bids , -which will be done Mny 0. The Home Telephone company filed arti cles of Incorporation here today. It will soon have its lines in working order , nnd will furnish instruments at a much smaller price than they have ever been given be fore. fore.A A plan has been nearly consummated here for a consolidation of the local street railway lines. Against the Sioux City Cable Rallv ay nml the Slcux City Riverside Street Railway companies foreclosure proceedinRS are pending. Decrees will be taken by the creditors of the road , who will then bd | the property In at sheriff's sale and join the consolidation company. The Sioux City Traction , Sioux City and Leeds Railway and Sioux City Transit companies are al ready tn a position to Join whenever their managements wish. As the companies come In they will be given stock In the new com pany to an amount equal In value to that of the property wlilch they put In. It is expected to hnvo the company on its feet before the end of the year. l nlr Amoclitrion Sold tint. SIOUX CITY , May 10. ( Special Telegram. ) The assets of the Interstate Fair asso ciation were sold here by the receiver today to satisfy $29,000 of liens against the RSFO- clatlon. The highest bid made was ? 9&il. The propei ty was accordingly turned over to the blrtclir , A. M. Coffmon , for that price. Coffmnn acts for a number of local parties * , who buy the property as a specula tion. A new company will be formed and the fair grounds and buildings turned over to It as soon as possible. The only claims which can be paid from the amount re ceived are the expenses of the receiver , and the court costs , a few preferred labor liens and the mechanics' liens. lena Dental Sncloty \ < lj mrn . IOWA CITY , la. , May 10. ( Special Tele gram. ) The Iowa State Dental society , em bracing1 130 members , adjourned this after noon , after a four days' session. The con- ventlon In ISM will be held In Marshall. town. The new olllcers are : President , Dr. E. L. lirooks. Vlnton ; vIC3 president , Dr. 1C. M. Fullerton , Cedar Falls ; secretary , Dr. F. T. Hreene , Iowa City ; treasurer , Dr. A. H. Begun , Des Molnes. NetTHpuper .Mini Inillctril. CEDAR. RAPIDS , la. , May 10.Specal < ! Telpsrnm. ) W. A. Campbell , ex-auditor of the ISIdora Ledger , was -today indicted by the Hardln county grand jury for malicious perjury for padding his list of 400 namea In order to get the county printing1. He gave ball In the sum of Jl.COO. Inn * i Fleml OrM I Iftcrii YVurft. UOCK RAPIDS , In. , May 10.-Sp'cIal ( Telegram. ) Charlss Case at Doon , found guilty of assault on the peison of Amelia niecher , aged 7J years , WHS sentenced today by Judge Olllvcr to the penitentiary at Amunosu for the term of llftean years. vxirttnairr Milton l > olltr Kttlmuted in th Cost Of ficers tif the KfluruHniiMl Society * WASHINGTON , May 10 , The Education society of the Baptist church last evening discussed at great length the- plans for the extension of the Columbian university , a Baptist institution of this city. Dr. S. H. Green , Postmaster General Wilson , Prof. Otis Mason , M. F. Ellis of Baltimore and President Whitman of Colby university all made enthusiastic speeches in favor of making Columbian university one of the greatest denominational universities In the country. It was estimated that $1,000,000 would be required to carry out the Ideas for the ex tension of the university. The whole matter was finally referred to the executive commit tee. which alone has the power to act. The society elected the following officers and adjourned : President , Prof. Andrew Mc Veigh. Illinois ; vice presidents , J. P. Greene- , D.D. , Missouri , and Hon. J. N. Dolph , Oregon gen ; recording secretary , Rev. E. M. Poteat , Connecticut ; corresponding secretary , II. L. Moorehouse , D.D. , New York ; treasurer , Joshua Levering , Maryland ; auditor , William M. Isaacs. New York. WASHINGTON , May 10. The semt-cen- tennlal convention of the Southern Baptist church began Its sessions In the First Bap tist church of this city today. Almost 2,500 delegates and visitors were present. Including all the most eminent divines and laymen of the Southern Baptist church. The open * ing session was devoted to the organization of the * convention. Hon. Jonathan Haraleon of Alabama was unanimously re-elected pres ident. R. J. Wllllngham , secretary ot the Foreign Missions society , presented some very Interesting facts In connection with the work In foreign fields. Over $130,000 were expended and 90 per cent of this was di rectly used for the work of converting the heathen. Ilev. I. T. Tlchenor'a report on homo missions showed steady Increases In all respecli. SMITH n'.tXT/tn roii > o.\ Kx'Omihn Architect kr < t9 Uorunceit When nt llawlrusrAVjo , HAWL1N8 , Wyo. , May 10.-Speclnl ( Tele- gram. ) No one here seems to know nny- thlng about the charges ft foul play In re lation to the Sidney Prtljh suicide , aa sent out from Oakland , CanWJien Smith Jumped through the car window from the trnln here he struck upon ) his head nnd shoul ders , receiving n slltht scalp wound nnd bruising bis neck nnnshoulders. . That lie wati sndly unbalnncedVnientnlly there , in ba no question. He ( refused the medicine prescribed fop him , bill , told the Jailer If he would get him somt' ' Uilson he would kP It. \ \ OAKLAND , Cal. , iraV10.Speclal < Tele gram. ) John T. HeUJs- formerly of Omnlin , says : "I knew Architect Sidney Smith of Omaha , for twenty yejfH. The Sidney Smith illed nt Rawllns , wlihtivjjody was brought 'icre ' for burial , Is not tha Omaha Smith. " lllCUil/ Nil Crlint , In VVsnm'n i. CHEYENNE. Wyo. , Jtny 10-Spcclul.- ( ) he supreme court of Wyoming heard nr- urmnts Tuesday In the matter of James 12. Murphy on questions arising out of nn np- tllcatlon for n writ of habeas corpus. Some urlaus questions are brought up in the np- illcatlon. Murphy's counsel contending Unit .Ignmy . it not a crime under the law < < of the late of WyomlnK. In I83J the IcRlslature of .ho territory ot Wyoming jmssed n law inaklnR bigamy a felony. At this time the 'Sdnuinds ' law ngnlnst polygamy mid blK- uny was In effect In the territory. Consequently quently , counsel contends , the territorial Villainy law was of no fores. The llrrl Ut = legislature passed a law making the esslon laws of 1S90 of full force nnd effect , But , as the territorial law was void nt the lime it was passed , this act of the state eglslaUite could not constitutionally make [ he Fame of any force and effect. At lher ms been no subsequent Isglslatlon against Jilfrnmy , It is held that It IH not a crime In Wyoming. The case was taken under ad- vbement. Improve 'I lielr Mlniti ) ; Miirhlnort. SHERIDAN , Wyo. , May lO.-SpeclaU- ( ) The Fortunatus Mining company \ con- emplatlng putting In a stamp mill nt Bald mountain this summer. The company 1ms wo Bticyrus amalgamators In the camp , > ut Is not entirely = ntlsllcd with the work he machines do. The sold bearing formsi- lon which Is worked H hard cenvnt , and his has to be crushed In aider to extract .he sold. The stamp mill to be put In will have twenty-live stamps , with n comblnd capacity of fifty tons ptr day. The gold "jeijrlnt ? cement extends for mil's , and If It s demonstrated that the sold can be saved by the crushing process a large force of msn can bo given employment In th camp. The outcome of the experiment Is anxiously watched In this city. > Tny of n Ir < i > rlPilMf ' . CHEYENNE , May 10.-Speclal ( ) William I. Venn of Buffalo , Wyo. , about two months ago deserted his wife nnd ran away with icr 'Istcr , Mrs. Leollc Simmons , taking his child , n little R'll ' about 5 years old , with "ilm. liver since hlti desertion Mrs. Fenn ias made efforts to res-iln possession of the child , but Fenn has refurcd to Blve it up. On Saturday she received a telegram from Fenn stilting that If she would come to Pueblo , Colo. , nt ores that he would Klve her the child. Mrs Fenn Immediately tarted for Pueblo and will rriich that city tomorrow. Since des-eitlnK hls < wife Fenn has traveled around considerably , llrst olng to Great Falls , Mont. , and Is now on its way to Texas. Wurltl'A Pr tr for rinn Wlint. . SHERIDAN , Wyo. , May \ \ ( Special.- A. A. LambbrlgKcr of Ulg1 Horn received this week nn ofllclal notlllcatlon that he .iacl been awarded \ \ \ ° first prize for wheat nt the World's Columbian exposition. A detailed report on each exhibit made by Lambbrlgser accompanied the notification. Although it has beon/grnernlly known that he first prize for whsiU had bjcn awarded heriilan county. It was doubted by many. The ofllcial notification servts to remove all doubt upon the question' . A DeapTtlto Triclc of fugitive. CHEYENNE , MnySpecial ( Telegram. ) Frank Harman , arrested' here for larceny , while b Ins taken to Colprado by Martini Catnp of Greeley , jumped , from u car uln- dow while the trnln was running at full speed. Camp jumped from the platform after him , but was Uartly injured and un able to chase his man , who was unhutt. Camp fired three shots tic the fugitive , but he escaped. A posseiifroin here Is In pur suit. _ _ _ _ Fulli-d . ; ' . : | . . CHEYENNE , May 10.-Bp ( cil | 'JM-Rrnm ) Del Ileyman , bookkeeper for the Insutaiice firm of Rtner & Schntjffer , left honu la t evening , tnklnp ; n shdt&tm with him , nftei he had been notified by his employers that -n discrepancy had been dlscovered In his cash accounts and an explanation was required. Nothing has slncj been heard of Reyman and It is feared he has committed suicide. Micrlilnu l' < i t on rrjr Mlvpr. SHERIDAN , Wyo. , May 10. ( Speclal.- ) The Sheridan Post , one of the three demo cratic pap3rs of the state , declares that : The democrats of Wyoming ought to call a state convention and adopt resolutions ile- tnanillng1 the Immediate restoration of sil ver to where It was befors 1673 , and pl"0fre the party to support no one for the dency except a free slUcr man. " liirli > tribe In x-mlnnr. ItAWLINS , Wyo. , May 10.-Special ( Tele gram. ) A rich strike la reported from the Penn mine at Semlnoe. In the bottom of their shaft they encountered a pay tralc an Inch nnd a half wide of decomposed brown quartz which is nearly halt free Bold When broken the rock looks us though It had been plastered over with th ; yellow metal. _ Nurvpvlnir l''retn > nt County. CHEYENNE , May lO.-Specla ( ) . ) Jam s L. Gllmore is outflttlnB a surveying party to complete a government survey of the land In Fremont county between the HK ! Sandy and Oreen rivers. The survey wns commenced last summer , but was not com pleted on account of early snowfalls In the mountains. _ np'rt O. tt. O. lt * | irt > f > titiiMr ( * . CHEYENNE , May 10.-Speclal.-Edward ( ) Woodmansee left today for Atlanta , Ga. , where he will icpresent the local order of railway conductors IIB delegate to the bi ennial meeting of the ftrand division of the Order of Railway Conductors , which meets at that place. _ _ IteiurrccK-d tliu I. a ruin ct . ' rntlm-l. LARAMIE , Wyo. , rMay 10.-Sp3elnl.-U ( ) R. Gl lefe his Ieas3l the re.vsp pr p'a it of the Laramle Sentinel nnd will resurrect that journal as a weakly. MOTHERS ! BOTHERS i To know that ji single applies tion of the Cuticu/a Remedies wil afford instant relief , permit rc ' and sleep , and point to a speech and economicalsune of torturing- disfiguring , itching , burninganc scaly humors , .sand not to u them without a. moment's delaj Is to fail in your duty. Cure made in childhood are speed ) economical and permanent. Bold throughout the'worW. rorrrn DIICOJN : CIIEM. L'unr. , to\a \ proprfcteri , Doilon. 47"A.I AtuuttheBlooJUklDtcaly and Ilalr"malled fret Facial JlJcinUhne , falllnj hilr aniiilmpt ra he prevented by Culicuru boap. It tired , tuMag , nervoaa molt era IcnevrCtocouifort.Btrength.am vitality v , Cutlcurn natters , the , wonld Jierer bs vntiiout them. It every wajr t&o puit s neetc i aot JIVCKBT aiwi' vnirjKX osutsn. Firm \Vui Short on Oil Uhcn the Itlie Cnmo ami Loit In Uralil n Well , PlTTSUURa , May 10. The Pennsylvania Commission company , ono ot the largest bucket shops tn the city , suspended today. The proprietors , Spuhler & Frntlcr , give ns a reason ( or quitting business the rapid and continued rise In all the speculative market * . The firm was short on oil during the recent flurry nnd the corresponding rise In wheat , corn nnd New York securities forced It to the wall. The assets and liabilities are $50,000. The losses will fall on the local nrmy of speculators who have dealt through this firm. The company 1ms branch ofilcca In many nearby towns. Ten other local commission houses placed trade with this firm and wll ! share In the wreck. Nn Aiiuer Vrt from Ottiuvn , ST. JOHNS. May 10. As anticipated , the legislature yesterday adjourned tor a week. Prime Minister Whitenny announced In the House that no answer had been received from the Canadian government regarding con federation and that therefore the'Newfouud- land delegates to Ottawa were not ready to present the final terms. If nothing definite wns sold by next Thursday he would con sider the negotiations ended. O' ' TiiiinrrA r.ft Hin i ut Itfitornt. SHEHOYGAN , WIs. , Mny 10. The tanners' strike Is at an end , the men having returned tn work at a restoration of the cut mada In their wages In 1892. The wood workers still remain out , but business men predict that they will return to work In n few days. Two foundrymen , Jofceph Chrlstman and John Gorltzcro badly hurt by strikers last evening. DO YOU nxrr.cr To Become n Alothcr ? If so , then permit us to k snv that Dr. I'ierce's Favorite Prescrip tion is Indeed , a true "Mother's Friend , " roit IT MAKES Easy preparing the system for parturi tion , thus assisting Nature and shortcninpr "L = bor. " The painful ordeal of childbirth is robbed of its terrors , end the dangers thereof crcally lessened , to both mother und child. The period of confinement is also rjrcatly shortened , the mother strengthened and built up , and on abundant secretion of nourishment for the child promoted. Send 10 cents fora large Bool ; ( iC3 pages ) , giving all particulars. Address , WORLD'S DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. 663 Main St. , Buffalo , N. Y. PAINLESS CHILDBIRTH. Mrs. FRED HUNT , of Glenrille , W. Y. , says : "I read about Dr. Piercc's Fa vorite Prescription being so good for a wo man with child , so I got two bottles last September , and De cember I3th I had a twelve pound baby girl. when I was confined / was not sick in any way. I did not suffer any pain , and when the child was born I walk ed into another room end went to bed. II keep your Extract of * Smart-Weed on hand nil the tinc. Itvas very cold weather and our room wcs tins. HCNT. very cold but I did not take any cold , and never had cny after-pain or any other pain. It was all due to Cod and Dr. Picrcc's Fa vorite Prescription and Compound Extract of Smart-Weed. This is the eighth living child and the largest of them all. I suf fered everything that flesh could suffer with the other babies. I always had a doctor and then he could not help me very much , but this time my mother and my husband were alone with me. My baby was only seven days old when I got up and dressed and left my room and stayed up all day. " Don't ' Fcollllth Your Eyes , Headache Caused by Eye Str.iin. Many persons \\hopc lie-mis nre constantly nclilng have no Idea \tlmt rcllof pclentlllcnlly ( itteil KliuEes will elvo thtm. This theory It now unlvcrrnlly established. "Improperly" lltt l Klnssea lll Invnilably Increase the trouble nnd may lead to TOTAL llI.INONnSS. Our ahllltj to adjust Rl.TFse.s iffly anil conrctly tn bejnnil question. nVIM TKSTHD TUBI ! OF1 CHAROR. W. I. SI3YMOUH , piailunte optician , has chaigc of our Pptlcnl Department. Steel Spectacles , } 1.W and up ; fold gold , J5.CO nnd up. A great many people nre obliged to have two pall a of glasECB. Call nnd examine our NUW I'ATBNT TNVO-IN-ONK. ThBAloBiPenftldDo. , 1408 Farnam St. , Tin-tUm IJrui ; llouic. Opp. I'nxto i llotc' . M-E RAILWAY TIME CARD Leaves ILJUHL1NGTON i. MO. lUVUU.IArrUes OniahaUnlon | Depot , lOlh < Sc Matoa bla.f Oiiian.i lOilijm Denver Uxpiess 8.4'Jum < : : Spm.lllk. Hills. Mont. & 1'uuct fend. Ux.jfn CJlpm Denver express 4:10 : , > in 6M5pm..Nebrn ku Local ( exctpt Sunday ) . . 7:45pm : 6lSjm..Lincoln : Local ( except Sunda ) > . . .llUam : 243pm..I''ust ! Mall ( for Lincoln ) Daily. . . . Leaves ( CHICAGO. BUKL1NG7UN & Q.lArrive * Omu'.iuUnliri | Depot , JOth & Ma jn Sla I Omaha. 4H5pm Chicago Vestibule 'T:50ain : 8Mam : Chicago Express 4:15pm : 7Mpm..ChlcaKO and tit. Louis Kxpress. . MuOam ll:35um : 1'acmc Junction Local 5:3i : < nm Tast Mall . . . . . . 2 : < ui.m Leaves ICHiCAGOTMIL ; i STri'TUUlATrlves" OmahajUnlon Depot , 10th & Mason 8l . | Omaha " C:00pm. : . . Chicago Limited. . . 9:31.im llMuam Chicago Express ( ex. Sun. ) 6ODpm : Leaves lUUIUAUO & NOUrilWUSTN ( Arrives Omaha ] Union Depot , 10th & Mngun Bis. | Omaha Il.OSam Eastern Expre s 5:30pm : 400pm ; Vcstl buled Limited , 9:40am : CS5am : Mo. Valley Local 10:30pm : t:45pm : Omaha Chicago Special 2lipm Leaves I CHICAGO. H. I. fc PACIKJG. ( Airlves Omahal Union Depot , 10th K Maaon Sls. | Omaha BAST. llKam..Atlantic : ( ) Expreso ( ex. Suiday ) . . . tiilipm 6.25pm Night Express 8S5am 4:3ipm..Chicago : Veitlbulcd Limited. . . . l35pm ; WEST. ( :00pm..Oklahoma : & Ttxas Ex ( ex Sun,10:35am ) : lUOpm Colorado Limited 4:00prn : Leaves I C. . ST. P.7 M. St O. I Arrives Omaha ] Depot. 151h and Webster St . | Omaha 9fiam.Nebraska : Taxeenger ( dally ) . , . . l:15pm : 4Opm.Sloux : City Express ( ex. Bun..llS5tm : 6:10pm : 8t. Paul Limited lil:3am : Leaves P. B. & MO. VAM..EI. Omaha Depot , 15th and Webster Sis. | Omaha 2:10pm : Tail Mall and Expieos 4Upm : 2:10pm.ex. : Hat ) Wyo. Ex. ( ex. Mnn. ) . , . 4:5pm : S.ODam..Norfolk Expregu ( ex. Sunday ) . . 10:3)am ) CilOpm Bt. 1'aul Express 10:35am : Leaves I K. C. . HT. J. & C. U. | Ai rives * OmahajUnlon Depot , 10th & Mason 8tsJpmuha 9GOam : Kansas City Day Hxpreis C:30pm : :45pm.K. : C. Night Ux. via U. P. Trans. 6Wam : Leaves ) MISSOURI TACIPIC. ( Arrives Omahal Depot , 15th and Webs er Bts. | Omaha 10:40am : 8t. Louis Express 6:00am : 9:3 : prn St. Louis Express 6OSpm : 6ilOpni Nebraska Local ( ex. Hun. ) S:00am : Leaves I SIOUX CITY i 1'ACITIC. Vrrlves Omahal Depot , 15th and Wtbs'er fits. Omaha C:10pra : St. Paul Limited. " Leave * I SIOUX CITY & PACIFIC. OmahaUnlon | Depot , 10th & Mason Hls. | Omaha < : (5am Sioux "City Patsenger 10:35pm : . . , , , Bt. Paul Limited li:3fpm : Lea ires I UNION PACIFIC ( Arrives OmahaUnlon | Depot , 10th & Mcion Bts.j Omaha lOiOOam , , , , Kearney Ex'preu 3:4ipm 1 00pm. . . , . Overland Flyer C:3ipm : 2 : < X > iin. lleat'ce & Htronuli'g Ex. ( ex.Bun ) . 3:4ipm : 7:30pm : . -,1'aoino Express , 10Wam : : H.pm. Fast Mall 1 ± i 4:10pm : Leaves I WAUA&1I ItAILWAY. ( Arrlva OmahUnloa ] Depot , 10th ft Maaoa EU. ( Om h Echo Answers "Why ? " Why cat Rochctlc Salts , Ammontn , Alum , or BAKING PUWDCR LI mo with your bread , biscuits and pastry ? Why use any baking powder that's not healthful or pleasant ? Why pay n morc-than-it'o-worth price for it , when Calumet 1 Baking X QUALITY , MODERATION , . , , . . . . IN PRICE Ko w" ° 'esome ' an" inexpensive ? $1,000fyoi \ can tract a taint of impurity in it. SOLD EVERYWHERE. CALUMET BAKING POWDER CO. , Chicago. Great Bargain Shoe Sale. 3 4 S. A. PIERCE & CO. , 100 Main St , Cor. First Avenue , COUNCIL BLUFFS. Selling all styles of POOTS aid ) SMOES at our former low prices. BOSTON , Mass. , April 22. Seventy-five lead ing shoe manufacturers at a meeting today ad vanced the price of shoes 15 to 25 cents per pair. BIIOCKTON , Mass. , May 7. Shoes advanced today 10 to 20 cents per pair. The price of leather is out of sight , and still going up , but our prices on shoes are the same for the . Now is the time BUY BEFORE present. to * . _ _ _ _ _ _ THE ADVANCE IN PRICE , which is sure to come. We have the goods. VVe want your cash. Come and see us. S. A. PIERCE & CO. Cleaning and Dyeinj of Garments anl Goods of Every Dtsriplion. : Schoedsack's Twin City Dye Works , Cor. Avenue A and 26th St. , Council muffs. Office , 1521 Far mi in St. , Onuiliii. Senl for Price List , OR. DGREW IS THE ONLY SPECIALIST WHO TtllATB ALL P.1IVATE . D.SEASES . , Wcakncat and Secret UlBordsriof MEN ONLY lircrr ( Qra iraarantacd. E < jean' eiiwrlflnee. 8 years In Omaha. Hook Free. / 4th Ac Faniuiu Hta.i OllallA. NKH. UEO. P. BANFORD. A. W. IUEKMAN. President. Cashier of COUNCIL BLUFFS. Iowa Capital , $100,000 Profits , 12,000 Ont ot the oldcit bunki In th itat * of Iowa. W < nllclt your builnm anil collection ! . We pay C ptr cent on time depoilta. We Hill b < pleased to ice nnd lenr * you. Special Helices-Council CHIMNBYB CLUANHD ; VAULTS CLEANED. Kd Uurke , at W. 8. Homer * * , US Droadwiy , FRUIT FAIIU AND GARDEN LAND FOlt win cheap and on eaiy teruu. Day & HMI. U Pearl itreet. FARM LANDS TO EXCHANGE FOIl CITY property. C. R. Nlcholun , IM',4 Droadway. WANTED. TO KXCIIANQK A NEW UICYCLE for a Euod family hone. Call at Ulrica of Kandwlch Manufacturing Co. , 1U2S und 1039 S. Main itrcet. FO R BALH. A NO. 4 REMINGTON TYI'K- writer ; ae irood as new. feandwlch Manufactur * Ing Co. , lots and 1030 B. Main ulrcet. FOR RUNT. ATTRACTlVi : MODKRN ItOMli In fine order , shade trrti and lawn. Ueorct W. 1 * . CoaUi. XU Frank street. G.W.PANGLE M. D . . , . , The Good Samaritan , 20 Years' ' Experience. RUADKIC OF DISK ASKS OF BIICN AMD WOMKN. PKOPIIIISTOR OF TUB WOllT.D'd IIKHIIAI , DISl'EN- SARY OF MEDICINE. / treat the following Diseases : Catarrh nf the Ifcncl , Tliront nnd LURKB ; Ols- case's of luo B/o and Knr , Fits end Apoplexy , Henri DlsonsiMVCT Complaint , Kklnoy Coin * plitint , JServoiiH Ucliillly. nictitul I > e- iircHHloti , I.OHH of niunlioocl. Ocjii- iital WcakiicHH , Dluliolcs , llrlnht'B Dlj- rnse. St. Vltus1 Dunce , Hhoumnllum , I'nraljBls , Winlo Bwclihiif. Scrofula , Fever Soros. Tutu. / art * niitl iMHtiilit in MHO removed without the Uulfe or clrawlnu : a drop of blood. Woman wltlt Iier delicate oruraua reHtoretl to Iicaltli. IlrnpHy cured wltliout tappltiur. Hpcclii ! Attention Klvtu to ITivuteitml Venereal UlHcaxen of all UliiclH. 810 to asooflforlolt for any Venereal niHcaue I cannot euro without Mercury. Tape Wormremoved In twonr tlirc'o hours , ornu \ > ay. Hcuurrholtla or I'llcs cured. TIIOSR WHO AUK APIT.ICTKD Will enrollfo and hundreds or dollars by call ing on or using DR. G. W. PANGLE'S HERBAL MEDICINES. The only I'liyilcluu irlux-un toll trliutulli perioii.wltliotilnnkhiKii question. Tliono nt n dlMunco vml fur Uamtlon IInnkN ! . 1 for men , No , 8 for women. All correspondence strlully conndcntlal. Medicine sent by express. Address all letters o. w. i-ANai.u , W. n.f 555 BNOAOWAV. COUNCIL BLUFF * ! Encloeo lOo li stamps for replr. I fhlrlicittr' * rnoHtb Diamond n > a < . PENNYROYAL PILLS Original and Only Urnnlne. cre , fclw y riUbt . LAOICB ttk ; UI ftff Ck/ekliUr" / * fialUk Jil/ PrttnJ ( D lt * d u4 CviU BUlll8\ . ftlMwUkblv * ribton. Take er. Ve/ui rffr w lulftifu * KMIU anJ imU ttoiM. Al blil > lt , * r Mud 4e. IB iUMp for j ) rtUuUr. , tHttmoylkl. | 4 "lUllef far I. < U , " ( ii lilKr , brKlere VilL lO.OUOT.itlM'UU. KtmtKfir.