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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUNDAY , .JUNE 30 , 1895. Tim OMAIIA SUNDAY COUNCIL BLUFFS. OFFICE. - - NO. 12 PEAKL BTnEL'T Delivered l/r carrier to any put of the city. H. W. TILTON , LeJieo. Tninrnosi:3-Duiintfii otnc . No. u : night dltor , No. JJ. M1AUH Buy your cigars , pipes , tobaccoi and canes at Grand Hotel Cigar ttoro. Grand boiel , Council Bluffs. Newly fur- nUbed. Reopened Oct. 1. E. F. Clark. Prop. V. J. Brechtel was granted a divorce In io district court yesterday from Christina Brechtel. A marriage license was Issued yesterday to John Schuman. nged 38 , and Tony Soldat , aged 25 , botti of Omaha. Thomas O'Brien Is to have n hearing Mon day on the clmrRC of trying to entice away the daughter of Fred Westrlp. A motion for a new trial was filed In the district court yesterday by the plaintiff In the case of Peter Wclse against Morris Bros. There will be n union Christian Endeavor prayer meeting tonight at the Christ an church nt 0:45. : All young people Invited. Charles Exl.no was bound over to the grand Jury yesterday on the charge of breaking into Connor Bros. ' tool house and stealing a lot of tools. He Is In the county Jail. The trial of the case of F. C. Reed ngnlnsl W. H. Beck to restrnln the latter from seiz ing the olllce of treasurer of Mnnawn nnd handling the town funds , will bo tried before Judge Smith Monday. Regular convocat.on of Star chapter No. 47 , Royal Arch Mnsons , will bo held tomor row night at Masonic temple. All compan ions arc requested to bo present. Visiting companions ore always welcome. The Christian Endeavor society of the Second Presbyterian church will hold a milk maids' convention at the church , corner of Ha-mony and Logan streets , next Tuesday evening , July 2. A horse belonging to Martin , the express man , Indulged In n runaway yesterday after noon nnd Bustalnel a broken leg. It had to be shot last evening , Officer Easdale acting as executioner. Regular conclave of Ivanhoe commandery No. 17 , Knights Templar , will be held Thurs day , July 4. nt the Masonic temple. All members nnd vlaltlne sir knights nro re quested to be present. By order of the eminent commander. Two men wcro caught by Denver Hough trying to pick n lock on the Northwestern depot at Crescent , nnd sentenced to five days In the county Jail. They are now serving their sentences. They gave their names as John Johnson of Ottumwa and Julius Orlal ot Chicago. W. T. Duncan , who was arrested a night or two ago on the charge of trying to entice away the daughters of C. A. S.mpson and John Evers. was Identified yesterday as the man who tried to perform the same operation with May Jcpson and Bessie Jeffer s , two young girls. Ho will have a hearing next Tuesday. Colonel Reed completed arrangements last evening with the Chicago Young Ladles' Mil itary band and orchestra , with Manager P. Munroe , for the appearance of the famous organization at Manawa. They will furnish the music for the cadets' field day at Manawa Wednesday an ! will be ono of the attrac tions for the Fourth. Press dispatches state that Alonzo Ilnntky has arrived In Morley , Mich. , from Council Bluffs , accompanied only by his dog , having traversed the cntlro distance on foot , drawIng - I Ing all his personal effects behind him In a little wngon. Ho h 74 years of age , nnd claimed to be on his way to Big Rapids to visit his sisters , Mrs. Handy , Mrs. Palmer and Mrs. Russell. Ed Goodwin , charged wIUi stealing n hog from Ed Burke , another colored man , was given a trial In Justice Vlen's court yester day. The evidence of Texas Baker showed that Goodwin dragged the hog Into his place late ono night and they ate It. But there was no evidence to b'now that the hog Baker ate was Burltc's , and Goodwin was consequently quently discharged. Chris Rudlo , who was . .terribly maltreated In a , saloon fight In Omaha a few nights ago , Is said Jo bo In a very critical condition. He was unable to go to Just'ce Vlen's court yesterday , at any rate , and consequently the criminal proceedings Instituted by him against J. W. Plnncll for keeping a saloon contrary to law was continued until Monday afternoon nt 2 o'clock , with the prospect that a further continuance will be needed at that time. The motion to dissolve the Injunction re straining the city from collecting the paving taxes on T. J. Evans' property near the river was argued all day yesterday before Judge Smith. Evans bases h's claim partially on the fnct that the paving was not what It was cracked up to be , but mainly on the action of the council In ordering the paving done by resolution , which was not published. In stead of by ordinance. Another whirl at the arguments will be taken Wednesday. Pottawaltamlo trlbo No. 21 , Independent Order of Red Men , will hereafter meet every Wednesday evening , Instead of twice a month. The semi-annual report will be read nt the next meeting , which will occur on Wednesday evening , July 3 , and the "raising up of chiefs" will occur on the evening of July 10. U Is desired that as many of the members as can possibly come will attend those two meetings that they may become fully acquainted with the financial condition of the tribe and the progress being made. Fire and tornado Insurance written In best companies * . Money for farm loans at low rates. City property for sale or trade for farm lands In Iowa. Lougce & Towle , 233 Pearl St. _ The 2 p. m. train to Lake Manawa Is an excursion train every day In the week ex- ccptlng Sunday. Ono fare pays for the rounJ trip , tickets good to return on any train dur ing afternoon or evening. Yes , the Eagle laundry Is "that good laundry , " and Is located at 724 Broadway. It In doubt about this try it and be convinced. Don't forget name and number. Tel. 157. Mrs. T. M. Robbing has returned from a visit to Colorado. W. W. Looinis returned yesterday from a business trip to Chicago. , Mrs. D. Deetken and her mother , Mrs. Saar , have returned from Hot Springs , Ark. Harry Sims nnl wife leave tomorrow for Bloux City , where Mrs. Sims will take treat ment for consumption , Mrs. John N. Baldwin is expected home today from Hot Springs , where she has been spending the past few months * . Superintendent Dudley ot the Colorado Deaf and Dumb Institute. Is in the city , the guest of II. W. Rothert ot the Iowa School for the Deaf. Mrs. P. B. Warner and Miss Kittle are vis iting friends In Boone. Before returning they will spend a few days In Marchalltown and Des Molnes. Dr. T. B. Lacey , who has gone to Spirit Lake to attend the Knights Templar conclave , will , It Is said , come back decorated with the title ot grand commander for Iowa. Alfred Shlndler of New York , representing the firm ot Hardman , Peck & Co. , of New- York. Is In the city , visiting J. Mueller , of the Mueller Piano and Organ company. K. S. Allen has returned from New York , where he sptnt a couple of week ? visiting rela tives. Ills wife , who accompanied him on the trip , Is much Improved In health , and will remain during the summer. Duncan Darraugh and his sister. Miss Patricia , have returned from St. Joseph , Mo. , where they have been attending school , the former at the Christian Brothers' Commer cial school , and the latter at the Academy ot the Sacred Heart. Colonel Root , formerly United States mar- thai of Iowa , with headquarters In this city , wai hero yesterday. He Is now living In Keokuk. He states that the republicans of Lee county held their convention at Keokuk Friday night and chose twenty delegates to the state convention , of whom seventeen are tor Drake for governor. June MllUnory All trimmed hats at a great reduction. $10 hat * for $6 ; $ t2 hits for $7 ; $6 hati for $3 ; $5 hats for $2.50 ; a nice trimmed hat tor jl. These prices will continue for the next 80 days , Mlis Ragidale. 10 Pearl street. White OHIC IMlliiir. Five thousand feet 8-Inch top , 12 to 26 feet long , at 9 > , o per lineal foot A. Over lap Council Bluffs , la. NEWS FROM COUNCIL BLUFFS Jouncllmon Ditcuving Pms ! for the Preser vation of tha Faviug. WIDE TIRES nCQUIRED FOR HEAVY WAGONS Topto llror.Blil I'nrcllily to tlio Attention of fuuiifllmttt by nu Accident Which Happened In 1'ront of III * 1'lace of There IE talk among the members of the city council of Introducing an ordinance In the near future to regulate the size ot the tires on heavy traffic wagons , In order to prevent the speedy wearing out of the pav ing. Steps of this kind have been made In other cities , notably In Chicago , where , It Is said , the drivers of heavy wagons with tires less than three Inches across are made subject to fines. Somethfng must be done very scon , or the paving , which Is bad enough at best , will be entirely destroyed. Yesterday afternoon one of the Council Bluffs and Omaha Trans fer company's wagons was being driven up Broadway with a heavy load of goods. At the corner of Twenty-third street one of the wheels cut through the paving and went Into the earth at least eight Inches , leaving an ugly hole. The paving on Lower Broadway Is notoriously bad , and such things are not calculated to make It any better. Ono of Swift's teams came along and was fastened In front of the transfer team , but the four horses were unable to budge the wagon. It was not until a Hammond team was put on to help that It could be gotten out of the hole. hole.This happened almost In front of Alder man Shubert's store , and acted as a potent argument In favor of doing something. He Is contemplating Introducing an ordinance making It compulsory on the owners of these heavy tralllc wagons to have tires on the wheels not less than four Inches across. Lower Broadway Is continually crowded with teams that do hauling between the two cities , and an extra width , he thinks , Is demanded by the terrible condition the paving la now In. _ IlKN.M-iON IIKO3. Mondij'8 IlnVgnlnv 50o and COc nil wool French challles , 25c yard. 20c and 25c half wool challles , Monday 9c yard. 500 ladles' tan and black leather belts , worth 25c to $1.00 handily , any two alike , manufacturers' samples , Monday entire lot So each. Ladles' 25c , 30c , 35c and 40o handker chiefs , manufacturers' samples , Monday 12'/4c each. Gents' 20c and 25c handkerchiefs , Monday 9c each. If you didn't attend our big hand kerchief sale Saturday evening , do so Mon day , the last chance. IJENNISON BROS. . Council Bluffs. llrown'n C. O. O. Screen doors , 49c each. Hammocks , 49c. Gasoline stoves from $1.98 up. One-pint Mason fruit Jars , per doz. , 49c ; quart Mason fruit Jars , 09 c doz. ; half-gallon Mason fruit Jars , 79c doz. 21 pounds granulated sugar for $1. One pound plug tobacco for ISc ; one pound smoking tobacco for inc. Five gallons qascllnc for CSc. Salmon , lOc per can. MEATS. Sirloin and porterhouse steak , lOc. Round steak , Sc ; chuck steak , G'/ic. Best rib roast , Sc ; chuck roast , 5c and Cc. Boiling beef. 3c and Cc. Mutton chops , 8c. Leg o' mutton , 7c. Salt pork , Cc. Breakfast bacon , lOc. Compound lard So. Picnic ham , Sc ; boneless ham , lOc. Sugar cured ham , lie. Metcalf Bros , have a splendid llr.o of rum mer clothing. _ n \\ornlilp. . Services at the Klrst Baptist church at Bayllss park at 10:30 : a. in. Subject , "Dead Man's Bones. " At 12 m. , Sunday school ; 3:30 : p. m. , Juniors ; 7 p. m. , B. Y. P. U. ; every Wednesday evening mid-weekly serv ice. V. C. Ilocko , pastor. St. Paul's Church Evening prayer at 4 o'clock , with full vested choir , followed by Sunday school. Bercan Baptist Church Divine service at 7:30 : at the Christian Home. All the mem bers ore requested to be present to grant letters to those who shall need them. Broadway Methodist Church H. P. Dud ley , pastor. Preaching at 10:30 : a. m. Sub ject , "Liberty. " Union service In the sermon by Rev. Ser Sha. Class meeting at 9:45 : and 11:45 : a. m. ; Sunday school at 12 ; Ep- worth league at 7 p. m. Congregational Church Dr. John Askln , pastor. Morning subject , "The Burning or the Books. " Evening , union servlcss to be addressed by various pastors of the city. The Church of Jesus Christ , Latter Day Saints , will hold services at Huntlngton hall , No. 104 Broadway. Sunday school , 1 p. m. Preaching at 2:30 : and 7:45 : p. m. It. J. Huntlngton , president branch. Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints on Pierce street , three doors west of Glen avenue. Prayer service at 9:30 : a. m. Sunday school at 12 m. Preach ing at 10:30 : a. m. and 8 p. m. Evening sub ject , "Evidences of Christianity. " The evenIng - Ing services will b > held In the tent corner of Harmony and Harrison streets. Should It rain the cervices will be held In the church. T. W. Williams , pastor. Second Presbyterian Pastor Sarchet preaches this morning. Subject , "A Prosper ous People. " TliU church Joins with Broad way Methodist Episcopal church In the evenIng - Ing service. Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church Corner Fourth street and Ninth avenue. Class meetIng - Ing , 9:45 : ; preaching , 10:30 : a , m. nnd 8 p. m. ; Sunday school. 12 m. ; Junior league , 3:30 : p. in. ; Epworth league , 7 p. m. Conrad Hooker , pastor. First Presbyterian Church Corner of Wil low avenue and Seventh street. Stephen Phelps , pastor. Preaching by the pastor at 10:30 : a. m. No evening service , bscause of the unlcn meeting at the Congregational church. Grace church Corner of Union and Pierce streets. Holy communion at S a. m. ; morn ing prayer at 10:30 : a. m. ; evening prayer at S p. m. _ \VnrhtrrH nt Mniuura Toilty. Extra attractions have been engaged for Grand Plaza , Lake Manawa , today. There will be full string orchestra , which will pro vide excellent Instrumental music throughout the afternoon and evening. In addition the famous Tyrolean warblers will appear and en tertain tha people with thelt marvelous warbling. This * Is the greatest troupe of warblers on the American continent , and those who fall to hear them will miss a great entertainment. Colonel Reed Is preparing to enlarge upon the usual attractions and In tends to secure the best talent In every line to be found In the country. He will com mence today with the Tyrolean warblers. Don't fall to hear them. _ The popular demand for Wheeler's King Temperance Deer , formerly known as Copps Cheer , h beyond all precedent. It Is taxing the productive capacity to the utmost. It Is no longer an experiment with dealer. ! , but a fixed demand has followed Its Introduction everywhere. Furnished exclusively by Wheeler & HcrcU , Council Bluffs. V. M.C , A. People who do not attend the meeting of the Young Men's Christian association miss a rich treat each Sunday afternoon. An ex ceptionally good meeting hag been planned for today at 4 o'clock. It will be held In the gymnasium room , and will be addressed by R. D. Duncan , cashier of the Central Savings bank of St. Joseph , Mo. Mr. Duncan Is a rare perron , being a splendid business man , a fine speaker , and one of the best bible class teachers In his state. All men should hear him. The address wll ( be on bible work , and will be full ot Inspiration , The llardmon. the pia.no par cicellencs. Union Meottnic * Tonight. Two union meetings of deep Intereit are announced by the Ministerial association for thl evening t 8 o'clock , one at tie Broad- way Methodist HpUcopat church end tie other at the First Congregational. One of ! he mnrktd features of the late Plerson mest- Ings was the unity ot nil denomination ? . This feeling Is still so strong aa to demand tre < iuent union meetings. This appointment li In response to the demand. hnclnl Notc < . Mrs. J , n. Reed entertained a party ot Friends ut luncheon last Krl'ay. Covers were laid for ( even , and the menu was In seven courses. The guests were Mrs. Turner of Corning , Mrs. Z. T. Llndfcy ot Omaha , Mrs. W. 0. Wlrt , Mrs. H. W. Tllton , Mrs. A. P. Hanchett and Mrs. George T. Phelps of Council Bluffs. Mrs. John P. Da via entertained a dinner party Thursday In honor ot Mrs. Blair of Nebraska , wl.o has been the guest of Miss Emma Beebo during the past week. Friday night the members and frlenJs of Myrtle lodge No. 12 , Degree of Honor , auxili ary to the local Ancient Order of United Workmen , celebrated the first anniversary of the founding of the lodge , at the hall In the Merrlam block. After an Informal ricjp- tlon , a program was pre'cntcd , consisting of recitations by Margaret Rae. Sophia Hermls , Helen , Spare , Cora Hitchcock , Ethel West rnd Eldle Hermit. Interspersed with niu l- cal selections by Misses May Bell and May Pratt. Miss Kennedy , Miss Foster , L. P. Olney , Mr. Stevens nnd Miss Hanni McMll- len. After the program the card tables wcr ? brought out and a couple of hours passed en- Jcyably In playing high five. Refreshments were served. Seven carloads of children and teachers from the Trinity Methodist Sunday school In Omaha palil a visit to the Council Bluffs sldo yesterday afternoon. After making a tr'p ' by motor arouni the loop and to Fair- mount park , the crowd visited the driving park , where games were played , races run and other festivities enjoyed. IIOMON Mid-Summer Hilo of Umlrrwcnr We offer men's gauze underwear , all s'zes , worth 39c , at 23c each , 50c a suit. Big line of men's fancy random underwear , regular 3Sc grade , at 2Jc ! each , IJOc a suit. Gents' fancy random , blue mixed under wear , silk bound , pearl buttons , our regular COc grade , on sale at 33c a garment , or CGc a suit. Gents' French Balbrlggan underwear , full fashioned , goods , worth 76c , at EOc each. Gents' full lisle thread Egyptian ribbed , regular 75c quality , on sale at COo each. Gents' fancy ribbed underwear , regular price , COc , to go at 39c each. Ladles' fine Swiss ribbed vests , worth 19c , reduced to lOc each. Ladles' fine lisle vests , worth 50c , on sale at 2uc each. Boys' heavy r.bbed bicycle hose , worth 25e , on sale nt 19c a pair. Children's heavy ribbed hose , all sizes , warranted fast black , worth 15c , on sale at lOc a pair , Ladles' full black hose , worth 35c , at 20c a pair. FOWLER. DICK & WALKER. 401-405 Broadway. Council Bluffs , la. MII. II MntcmiMit. Receiver W. W. Loomls of the Council Bluffs Insurance company has several clerks hard at work making out an Inventory , w'nlch will bo filed In the office of the clerk of the district court the early part of this week. The figuring Is now In an Incomplete state , and the results can only be approx imated. The assets are composed of about $10,000 In past duo notes and $1D,000 In notes that are not yet matured. Besides these there are notes aggregating $27,000 secured by mortgages en the property of J. O. Anderson. W. F. Sapp nnd Vice President Rclmers of Grand Island , Neb. These notes were given In payment for the stock , and Mr. Anderson says were worth t'nelr par value when they were given. But during the recent hard times , when tliere was no de mand for real estate of nny kind , the secur ities depreciated , and he admits that there Is considerable doubt as to the possibility of that amount being realized from them now There are also $5,000 ot doubtful book accounts. Among the liabilities arc $9,000 of unpaid policies admitted to be due , and notes of $5,500 due the Citizens bank. This docs not Include all the liabilities , how ever , for there are a number of policies dua but not adjudicated. It Is Impossible to give any definite Idea of the total liabilities until the receiver files his Inventory. I'rcparloto ( ; Cclelirnto tbo.Fonrtli. - The anniversary of the day on which our forefathers fought , bled and died Is near at hand , and will be celebrated appropriately In this city nnd surrounding country. Every one Is laying up the spare change to cele brate. T. B. Hughes , of 919 Main street. will celebrate as usual , and In order to get In a little spare change Is offering Immense Inducements In all his lines to cautious buy ers. On July 4 , 12 o'clock , he will close one of the most successful clearing sales of ladles' shoes ever held In the city. Until that date he will sell any ladies' shoe In stock for $1.25 , and any size 3 for $1. Don't overlook the fact that the Spetman stock Is being sacrificed at any price to sell. If you do you will miss the bargains in dry goods , clothing , shoes , hats and all season able standard goods that you muH buy. The larger the crowd the quicker the goo3s go , and the greater the sacrifice In values. Caught Hhoal riil.-r. Charles Owenby. a wheel thief who has been badly wanted In Council Bluffs ever since the first day of the running racss , was apprehended yesterday at Blgelow and will be brought here for trial today. Owenby was a porter at the Ogden hotel. When the racis commenced he went to S. M. Williamson's store and said he wanted to buy a wheel. After looking the stock over he picked out one and said he would take It out for a coupla of hours , or perhaps alt day. Instead of bringing the machine back to Its owner he went to the home of his mother , Mrs. Wllllford , on Harmony strejt , and going to bed , left word with her to call him at 5 o'clock In the morning. He left the house at G o'clock and has not been seen since In these parts. Last evening Chief Scanlan received a tele gram from the city marshal of Blgelow stat ing that Owenby was In custody and asking for Instructions. Scanlan telegraphed back to hold him and an officer would be sent Im mediately. Williamson filed an Information against the young man , charging him with obtaining goods under false pretenses. Thn < ! . It Whrnlcr llrmr.nir Co. Wheeler's King Temperance Beer , formerly known as Copps Cheer. The best selling temperance drink on the market. 134 East Broadway , Council Bluffs. We will make special prices for running service pipes for gas to your residence for the month ot June. Call at Gas office lor Information. _ Sheet music , ballads and Instrumental , with every sale at DcHaven's drug store. bnltcliuirn'x Uuloi. The Switchmen's Union of North America will hold Us annual convention In Council Bluffs October 10 , and continuing a week. Arrangements' are being made by the local union to entertain the convention tn good chape , and as there are about 500 delegates expected U will be no small matter to look after their wants. The sessions will prob ably be held at Manawa. Joseph * pcrr' Mndltone. Joseph Speer of the Eagle laundry has a madstone. Cures dog bites and snake bites. Call at 0. H. Brown's drug store this after noon and get a free glass ot roda water from the handsomest fountain In the city. For rent , furnished and unfurnished rooms. 710 First avenue. A nlco aisortment of children's wash lull * t Metcalf Bros. Davlj , agency for Munvoa'i remedies. Another Advance In the 1'rice of llnr Iron. YOUNOSTOWN. O. , June 29. An Im portant meeting of the Bar Iron Manufactur ers' association was held here last evening and It was agreed to advance the price of bar Iron $2 per ton , taking effect at once , mak ing an advance of $4 per ton within the past thirty days. The advance will have the effect of further Increasing the wages ot the Iron workers on the Amalgamated scale. National Ynrdm&Mf a Adjourn. DENVER. June 29. After final adjourn ment today the delegates to the National Yardmaster's convention \eft on an excur sion to Manltou. A new constitution was adopted dropping the insurance feature of the old organization. The next convention will be held at Chicago the fourth Wednes day ot June , 1806. > DOMINO \VOJJ \ IT HANDILY With Top WrlghtfjfcHe Ban Away from Dorian aijr Sir Walter , I'D DURING Tlifi ENTIRE JIURNEY Applegato Unnblo to Give Ilundiprtnc Seven I'oundu nnil llnt Him Out la the Trlnl BlnUeJC.Io'tkry Ueefo NEW YORK , June 29. The attendance at Sheepshcad bay toJayt.w 8 the largest of ths week , and the carcj fully warranted It , the great Trial stakes and the Shecpshead Bay handicap being the attraction ; . There was considerable excitement over the first racoon on the card , for Keefe rode all over the track and Interfered with the others to such an ex tent that he was disqualified , and the third place was given to Yankee Doodle. Then came the $20,003 great trial stakes , In which Applegate was asked to give seven pounds to Handspring. When they got away Apple- gJte was the quickest on her feet and took the lead , Handsr.rng : c'.cse bah'nd. The two leaders got away from the rest of the field very quickly and soon were racing together far In front. McCafferty on Applegate urged Ills colt to his utmcst , Lut could not gain a foot on Handspring , who was golloplng easy In front , nnd so they fin ished , whl'o F.rmal mncagcd to got out of the bunch In time to secure third money. Then came the Sheepshead handicap , with Domino und Uoilan ubout equal favorites. Domino was sent to the front at the fall of the Hag and Ttiral kept him there. He won the race very easily , while there wan a close contest between Sir Walter and Dorian for the place , which the latter secured by a short head. Summaries : Klrst race , live furlongs : Tenderncsi (3 to 1) won , Seb.iptlon (4 ( to C ) second. Yankee Doodle ( G to 1) ) third. Time : 1:02 : 1-5. Second race , one mile : Emma C (3 ( ts > 1) ) won , Huzelton ( S to 1) ) second , The Swuln (3 ( to 1) ) third. Time : 1:4. : ) 2-n. Third race. Great Trial stakes , futurity course : Handspring (7 ( to 10) ) won , Applegate (3 ( to 1) ) second , Formal (10 ( to 1) ) third. Time : 1:10 : 4-5. Fourth race , SheppMionil Inv handicap , one mile : Drmlno , 127 ( Tarnl ) , i to 5 , won ; Dot inn. 118 ( HellT ) , 8 to 5 , second ; Sir Wal ter. 123 ( DORgett ) , G to 1. third. Time : 1:41 : 1-5. Patrician , Friar and Annlsettc also ran. ran.Fifth race , mile nnd n furlong , selling : Mlrngp (7 ( to 2) won , Chlswlck ( n to 5) sec ond. Mendicant (12 to 1) ) third. Time : 1 67. Sixth race , six furlongs , on turf. Hugh Pence (4 ( to G ) won. Drum Mnlor (10 to 1) ) Fecond , Homping Girl (10 ( to 1) third. Time : 1:15. : _ III : ; Iron ill ill Melrolt. DETROIT , June 29. Nearly 4,000 people witnessed an excellent card of races at the Grosse Point track loduy. The nteeplecha.se of two and n half miles over the new course hud eight Btnrters. All llnlshed and took all the Jumps , Including the seven-foot water jump , except Trillion , who went down at the eighth Jump. Summaries : Klrst race , Eelllng , seven furlongs : Babe Murphy (2'/4 ( to 1) ) won , Hooze (9 ( to 5) ) second , Konm (30 ( to 1) ) third. Time : 1B : ! Second race , llvo furlongs : Mobolaska ( S to 1) ) won , Jllsey ( ( ! to D ) necond , Semper ice (6 ( to 6) ) third. Time : lOOVi. : Third rucr , the Campau stake , $2,600 , mile and three-sixteenths : Maurice (1 ( to 4) ) won , Sumn (2 to 1) Feconrt ? Hallllnff (3 to 2) third. Time : 2:02' : < . . Fourth race , six furlongs : Dlggs ( G to 1) ) won , Captain Brown (2 ( to 1) second , May ThompFon (5 ( to 1) ) tjilrd.- Time : l:13i. : Fifth race , Felling , one mile nnd n Flx- tcenth : Lake Shore (3 ( to 1) ) won , JOP Miller (2 ( to 1) second , Amelia May ( G to 6) ) third. Time : 1-47 % . Sixth rare , steeplechase , about two miles nnrr a half : Rover (3 ( to 1) ) won , Dom Pedro (3 ( to 1) second , Bedford (2 to 1) ) third. Tlmo : 5:09. : _ * flrn-v of Nrtvnrre 'it -i H Simp. CINCINNATI , June 29. Weather clear and warm ; track fast. 'The Country Club xtakes , mile und an eighth , was only a big sullop for Henry of Navarre. "Sandy" Naughton , .who bought Kntus from G. Wnl- baum for $1,060 , has birbught suit against the latter because the nbrsff broke down In hlH llrst race after theiaale. First" raccVpuise , rikirliml.n.Jinlf furlongs' : Wnr SdngC4 to 1) Vrtmr'AVIllle-Loulse (10 ( tt > - 1) second , Kirk (10 to 1) third. Time : 0:50. : Second race , purse , four nnd a half fur longs : Cochlso (4 to.G\von. Belle Isle (4 ( to 1) ) second , Commissioner Frank (15 ( to 1) ) third. Time : 0:56 : % . Third rn.ce , the Country Club stakes , for 3-year-olds nnd upward ? , value to winner J2.000 , mile nnd an eighth : Henry of Nn- varre (1 ( to 5) ) won , Lehman (60 ( to 1) second , Chant (8 to 1) ) third. Time : 1G5V2. : Sllk.i finished third , but was disqualified for foul- 1m ; Chant. Fourth race , selling , six furlongs : Bob Neely (4 ( to 1) won , Sprlngvale (20 ( to 1) ) second end , Strathrcel ( G to 1) ) third. Time : 1:15 : U. Fifth race , Felling , six furlongs : Start (3 ( to 1) ) won , Santa Maria (4 ( to 1) ) second , Can dor (3 ( to 2) ) third. Time : 1:1GV4. : Knil < if tlio SI. l.niiU Moi- ST. LOUIS , June 20.-The closing of the first division of the race meeting was well attended , nnd the grounds bore a military aspect , being whitened with tents nnd punc tuated with cannon for the great drill which occurs next week. After next week the races will resume nnd continue until Au gust 1 nnd perhaps longer. Track fast. Summaries : ' First nice , seven-eighths of a mile : Hen Lomond ( C to 1) ) won , Jim Head (4 ( to 1) ) second , Safe Home (20 to 1) ) third. Time : 1:29. : Second rare , five-eighths of a mile , purse , for 2-yenr-olds : Arlo (7 ( to 1) ) won , St. Anna ( even ) second , Oznrk , Jr. , ( G to 1) ) third. Time : 1:03. : Third nice , mile nnd three furlongs , Fell ing : Prince ( IT , to 1) ) won , llolile R (3 ( to 1) ) t-econd. Doyle ( G to 2) ) third. Time : 2:23. : Fourth race , mlle nnd a slxteneth : Sim mons ( even ) won , Bull Ross ( ( > to 1) ) second , The Kitten (30 to 1) ) third. Time : 1:48. : Fifth race , thlrteen-slxteenths of n mile , purse : Flora Thornton (4 ( to 1) ) won , Urania (2 to 1) ) fccond , Strathmeath (2 ( to 3) ) third. Time : 1:23. : HnnkloR Tnnic thp Monrr. SAN FRANCISCO , June 20. The talent got decidedly the worst of the betting at the Hay District track today , only two favorites coming under the wire ahead. Flcst race , five furlongs , selling : Reno ( I to 1) ) won , Dollv M (8 ( to G ) second , Amlgo ( G to 1) ) third. Time : 1-02. Second race , about six furlongs , selling : Lodl (11 ( to G ) won , ConnnuBlit (30 ( to 1) second end , Outright (3 ( to 1) ) third. Time : l:13 : i. Third race , six furlongs , handicap : Hearts ease (8 ( to G ) won , Rebellion (2 ( to 1) second , Her Majesty (4 ( to 1) ) third. Time : 1:144. : Fourth race , mile and a sixteenth , handi cap : Mnlo Diablo ( G to 1) ) won. Commission (2 ( to 1) second. Tar and Tartar (12 ( to G ) third. Time : 1:48 : * ; . Fifth race , about a mile and a half , steep lechase : E pernnce (4 ( to 1) ) won , Mestor (214 ( to 1) ) second , Mere (16 ( to G ) third. Time : Sixth race , nbout six furlongs , selling : Honollnk (11 ( to G ) won , Silver State (2 ( to 1) ) second , Monterey (3 ( to 1) ) third. Time : 1:13)J. : Knrlnc All III ( he Mnrt. KANSAS CITY , June 27.-The track was very heavy today nnd In every-tsvent save one the horse wlilcrF'lg.ot off Urst was the winner. Two favorite v.'on. Summary : First race , three-ciunrters of a mile , tell ing : La Grippe (8 ( toJDUvon , The Reel (4 to 1) ) fecund , Joe Courtnftt' (3 to 1) ) third. Time : Sc'concl race , sevetV-'plphths ' of a mile : J. A. Gray ( even ) won , Uhclo John (3 ( to 1) ) second , Snnrley the SmXiUgler (40 ( to 1) ) third. Tlmo : 1:35 : , PEVJ Third rnce. live-eighths : of a mile , selling : Northwestern (20 ( tel ) won , Ix-nnell (4 ( to G ) ser-ond. John V (10 ( to , j ) third. Tlmo : 1:07. : Fourth race , five nnd n half furlongs : Josephine ( even ) wonj'Crmrlle ' Weber (4 ( to 1) ) becond , One Dime ( OMo'l ' ) thlnl. Time : 1:14. : Fifth race , three-quarters of a mile , eell- Ins : Murphy (8 ( to i , ) , wpn , Momun (2 ( to 1) ) second , Alva (7 ( to lj ) jhlr < l. Time : 1:22. : ItiiUril on u fbr.mku riirin , M'COOL JUNCTION,1. Neb. , June 29. ( Special. ) Andy McDjwell , driver of Allx , has taken Dick , thiijypnderful little gray pacer , In hand , and ntrRed Oak , la. , races Dick secured third Jilnce , whlcb was good , clnslderlng that this was hi : first time in fast company. Dick Is owned by R. D. Coney of this rbco , who raised and trained him on his farm near here. He has twenty other promising youngttem. Ill-it link Knees I'ntlponi-tl. RED OAK , la. , June 20. ( Special Tele gram. ) The entire fire department of Ores- ton , with delegations of the Century , Crest City and Calumet clubs , attended by the A Knew Juvenile band of thirty-two pieces , attended the races hero today , but owing to the rain the entire card had been with drawn. _ Convicted Mnrilerm L'onfc i. SANTA FE , N. M. , June 29. Laureno Alarld and I'atricln Valenlcla , two of the four men under sentence of death for the murder of ex-S'icrlft Francesco Chavei , have confessed that they were accessories to the murder , and that the shots that killed the ex-sheriff were fireJ by the Borrego brothers' ' , now In jail under sentence of dcnth , and by Hlpolyto Vigil , who was killed by the sheriff's officers. They assert that no one but these five wore Involved In the murder , nnd t'nat they made the confession to clear their con sciences. ItRl'VllHVAXS' ' t > cTernl Countlpi Kxprms Their Preference lor Uorprnor nnil Other Unicorn. ATLANTIC , la. , June 29. ( Special Tele gram. ) The Cass county republican conven tion was very harmonious. M. J. Davis for representative , T. W. Brown for trcaturcr , and Jobe Card for sheriff were unanimously renomlnated. H. B. Newcamb was nominated for superintendent of schools by acclama tion. Thirteen delegates were chosen to the state convention , nil for Drake , ex cept ono for Harsh , and one prob ably doubtful. The delegates arc : J. C. Petty , J. E. Bruce , W. C. Brjnnt , S. F. Myers , William Morgan , S. B. Mills , John C. Stewart , Eugene Johnson , Walter Roberts , Fred Saemlsch , J. A. B. M > crs , William Wadded and George L. Edwards. OTTUMWA , la. , June 29. ( Special Tele gram , ) There was a big fight In the county convention today over the alleged gag method of choosing delegates. The Harlan men captured the convention , IPO to sixty-lho , and broke all precedents by discarding the wishes of the Individual precincts , as had been the custom In the selection of delegates' and elected a solid delegation. A vigorous remonstrance against the gag method wus made , many Harlan men voting against the method pursued. The Drake men will not allow the Incident to make any soreness , but will enthusiastically support the nominee of the convention , whoever he Is. The delega tion goes unlnstructed , but Is solid for Har lan. The delegates chosen arc : S. V. Samp son , D. A. LaForce , C. B. Boude , J. T. Hacls- worth , Major E. K. Michaels , M. Eastburn , James Hock , Samuel Buchanan. C. A. Smith , W. Dickens , Samuel Kulmfr , G. W. Brown , A. G. Harrow , S. L. Cohagen , J. G. Hutchl- pen , Major Mahon , L. E. Coad and W. W. Hlnsey. Iniltnn Tp'chcr * ( 'otivpiitlnt Toilijr. SIOUX CITY , June 29. ( Special Tele gram. ) The regular summer Institute of the Northwestern Indian Teachers association will convene at the Young Men's Christian association auditorium at 9 o'clock Monday morning. The session will continue the en tire week , and present Indications are that It will be the most successful ever he'd In this section of the country. Between fifty and seventy-five teachers are already In the city , and fully GOO arc looked for by Monday. The purpose of the convention Is to discuss all matters relating to the education of the Indian ycuth. Among the eminent speakers will be Dr. W. N. Hatlman of Washington , Supervisor C. D. Rakestraw of Lincoln , Su pervisor Helneman of Chicago , and Matron E. L. Hailman of the Indian schools of Washington. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Corning Kopnlillciin 1'rlnnrlri. CORNING , la. , Juno 29. ( Spcclnl Tele gram. ) At the republican primaries of this city today a solid delegation of seventeen votes was secured for Hon. J. B. Harsh for governor. Jasper precinct Instructs for HanSn , Pre cott gives Harsh three , Drake four and Harlnn one. Everything now In dicates a Harsh victory. Whnlc Family I'o c > n" < l. CLINTON , In. , June 29. As the result of eating rhubarb or pie plant upon which parts green from n neighboring potato patch had blown , Mrs. Henry Platt and her In fant son of Elvira , arc dead , nnd her hus band and mother In a precarious condition. Queer \ \ < Mlilui Tour. CRESTON , la. , June 29. ( Special Tele gram. ) Roy Fuller and Alice Brennan , per > ular society young people , were wedded nl high noon today. They will take their wed ding tour by bicycle riding from Des Molnes to Spirit Lake. I'PHV ? Hun nt lliirlnd.i. CLAR1NDA , la. , June 29. It has been rain ing steadily here for forty-eight hours. Over three- Inches have fallen. Tills Is the heaviest rain here for years. BLOCK . .WA3 BADLY BEATEN' ( Sracer Given n Ttvritilo Drubbing1 by u liiind of Uiilinotrn Afunlliintii , Hlman Block , who lives In nnd runs & small grocery store at 3418 Jones street , was assaulteJ last night at midnight by some un known men In front of his residence. He suffered a severe cut in the back of the head and was otherwise badly brulscj by his as sailants. Block was returning home from a visit and shortly before midnight reached the residence. As ho was walking toward the door several men sprang up from the shadow of a tree in the yard. One of them struck him on the head with some Instrument and knocked him down. Then the entire band took a hand nnd severely beat him with their hanJs and feet and one of them used what appeared to Block to be a club. His wife was summoneJ by the uproar that accompanied the assault and she openel the door. One of Block's assailants fired a re volver at her and then the band floJ. It was presumed at first that the object of the assault was robbery and a call was sent to the police station. The patrol wagon wa sent out on a hurry call , but when it ar rived the trouble was all over. Dr. Worme.lj had been called and was attending the in jured man. He found that Block had besn struck on the back of the head by some In strument which apparently had some kind of a point. The Injury was a cut an Inch and a half In length. Bock was also beaten about the face and boJy , but none of the injuries weru serious. It Is supposed that the assault was an effort on the part of a gang of teamsters who sought revenge upon Block. Block runs a grocery store , and the teamsters have bsen trading with him. In settling accounts Bloclt claimed that there was a balance of $1 that was still due him. Ho has attempted to collect this , but the teamsters have refused to pay it. Several days ago , whllo he was dun ning them for the $1 , one of the teamsters named McFarland struck Block and beat him badly. Block caused his arrest on a warrant charging him with assault and battery , and MeFarland was yesterday arrested. Ho was later released on bonds. Block thinks that the assault was made upon him by the teamsters In order to get even for the arrest. Ho was , however , unable - able to describe his assailants or even to tell their number. When he approached the house the men were evidently lying under the tree In front of the house , as he did nit see them until they sprang upon him. There were several In the party , but Block was unable to toll the number. Corner Stone Laid ToiLiy at London trttli Imponlni ; ( > rrmonlos. LONDON , Juno 29. Cardinal Vnughan to day In the presence of 8,000 persons laid the foundation stone of the Roman Catholic cathedral at Westminster. Among those present were the ambassadors of the Catholic countries , the Catholic bishops , tlio Catholic nobility of England and Archbishop Stoner , who represented the pope. Cardinal Gibbons telegraphed his regret at the fact that he could not arrive In time , although It was the dearest wish of his heart to be present. Cardinal Vaughan , at the luncheon given after the laying of the cornerstone of the Catholic cathedral at Westminster , toasted the pope first and then the queen , and It U thought this will possibly create comment , as It did when Lord Mayor Stuart Knltt dlJ ths tamo. During the course of his remarks the cardinal foretold the return of England to the Catholic faith. In toasting the visit ors Cardinal Vaughan specially alluded to the presence ot the cinn tent by the bishop cf Orleans , and he aho alluded to representa tives cf the American clergy present at the luncheon. Hnpil tn Hprovrr Mining I'rnpnrty. DENVER , June 29. A special to the News from Colorado Springs says : Leslie W. Pope- Joy , through bis attorneys , today filed a com plaint against Wlnfleld 8. Stratton to re cover a half Interest In the Independence , Washington and other mines at Cripple Creek and stating the value at over $3ODOOCO. Invntlen'lnir 1'iiy lloll Stuff r . CHICAGO , June 29. The grand Jury today began the Investigation of the stuffing ot city pay rolls by officials ot the city admlnlttra- ' THEIR OFFERFOR JULY. _ DRS. COPELAND & SHEl'ARD'S IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT All Fationts Applying Durlug : July Will Bo Treated tvt the Nominal Fee 0 $ , $5 Per Month Modlcinos Free and No Extra Chnrgoa Whftt- ever Enlarged Ofllcoa nnd Incronsod FacU- itios Begin Now. Hill U tlio ntTtrl D . Copvtnmt & Slu'putl nlll trrnt nil \vliii apply ilitrinir Julyiit 85 per iiioiilli lor incli anil evorv inoiuii until cured. This uflrr U lu all putlpiitt , both old mill new , unit uir nil dlscnics , Micro Is no llriu til plijslclinu In Onuliii who hnva ni lurgu n prnctlco IIH Dm. Copr- lunil .V Sliepuril. llunca none cull iilloril tea a nipple \Mtlt tliviu la thU oiler , nnil lr . Ciipclniia & Miiipinl uloiiu cnii itlturil to in ikp It , It In ucll known Hint many pliynlclnn * nro obllirnl to ink larjo Itci brcuno ot tliuir llnilloit pi MCI Ice. llmta ultit ii.ivo nought tliii ftiMtli'iM ol Mich iitijMcliuu IOI.MVrrj - < vi'll tli : t linteml ol h ivlns topny S3 a iitiinth lor troiliiicnt ilioy It ivo bci-ii ohliunl , uiuli-r oni ! ptulcxr or tinollirr , to l > : iy in lilqh inSSf. n inoiitli linn Kiiinctlino * til < re. 'I o uclivc raft \ \ liy p.iy r-uirlmnnt ferv. lioul our tostlin iiilnln. fiinniili-r tliu tliont- mult ol euros \vp Jmvo piilcuhml. Then auk jonrmil : "iMiy Hhi.lilcl I p.ty K1J3 it inotitli Hln-11 1 ran not Jiut in cuml I i-culmi'iit for SB ? " : ADVANTAGE OP IT NOW I 111:111 : : TIIIV : UOKK. To more fully meet nil demands of a largo and exacting prnctlcu. Drs. CopelumI ami Shcpard have enlarged their consultation rooms and laboratories , and have every equipment for thorough professional work , Tl.uir spacious Milto of parlors on the third lloor of the New York Life Building , with wide frontage on both Furnam nnd Seven teenth stioi'ts , coiiotltutes , without doubt , the largest nnd best appointed medlctil olllco In Nebraska. AM , .SHOULD KNOW. Tno < Him rciul th. . pipoig urlll Mete thp luct , anil tlm.u In ) ilo not , -On ( | tliu pnp.-ri. "liiiuld In kliidni'M In I iii-ln Hio tact , llinl nil NiirUirrri from clirnnlu < lmuiii H iiiiplvln- iliirlni ; July rrcri\H Hut t-.iro and I K.I.I mm t tliuy iiui'Uiilliout nny expense \rhntcvir linrouil n uiimliinl u8 < fH fiiUMit on n b.mli ot 80 monthly , Including iiK-dlniiu-K mill nor- Viri-8 , to otitci * mid tn ill imtlentt miki- , Trill treatment fro to tnoio npplyinir In person. oi.o- run : I-ATIIJN rs. Tlio C.no of nn Oinnlii 1'ntlcnt Shown the lillglitliiK Ellccu of Ciilurrli upon the Young One Jlnro 1'rool Tliut Cures Are I'crniiuifiit. Miss Ora Battreal , 513 N. iDth street rltv Is " , Mu(1'Ji ( ilt UlP Omaha School of 'shoit Hand and Typewriting , Uoyd's theater Hi'r father nnd mother. Mr. and Mrs. A. T Uattrcal , give thete facts : "A long time afo we be/run / to notice that .1 slow catanh was eettlnj ? hold of our daughter's system. It was not nirrelv A little trouble in her nose and tliioat but I affected her In iminy ways to seriously as o lob hr-r of health entirely. The difoa"e blocked her no e with tun ors and spread to her eyes so she could hardly Bee to read lion. Thirteen were Indicted at today's session , all of whom were sub-foremen nnd timekeepers In the water plpo extension de partment. It Is chaiged that the c.ty was robbed of large sums of money by fraudu lent pay rolls nnd further Indictments are expected. it ILL vii.txui * i General Scliodcld's Inspection of Army De partment UrsulM In \ < uv < r run com on I H. CHCYnNNC , June 29. ( Special. ) It Is rumored here , and on good authority , that upon the return of General Schofleld to Washington , about the 1st of August , changes of the troops nt Fort Russell , three miles from Cheyenne , will bo made. It Is believed that those of the Seventeenth left hero when the greater portion of the regiment , was transferred to Columbus barracks , O. , will Join them ; thai- the Eighth now stationed here \\lll be removed to Fort Douglas , Utah , and If this change takes plnce the Twenty- fourth , a colored regiment , will come here from Texas. In the short time that the hlghtn has been stationed nt Fort Russell n strong attachment has grown up between them and the people of Chejcnne , and the proposed changes are very much regretted. N. I' . Nlckell , a prairie dog and gopher exterminator , has been doing effective work In this section of the country. Nlckell Is the discoverer of a mixture ofheat nnd prison which plays havoc , with the prairie dog especially. He has Just cleaned out a big town on one of Senator Warren's ranches near this city. The resignation and hasty flight of John S. Harper , chief clerk in the surveyor general's olllce here , has resulted In the advancement of each clerk In the office. As the appropria tion for this year Is small no new clerk will bo appointed to fill the position of the last man promoted. The Sundance Coal , Development and Min ing company has tiled articles of Incorpora tion In the becretary of Bute's office. The capital stock of $200,000 , divided Into 2.000 shares of $100 each. The object of the cor poration Is to develop the coal fields of Crook and Weston counties. It will also construct and operate x line of railroad In Crook county , Wyoming , and In Laldlaw and Dutte coun ties , South Dakota. W. C. Knight , professor of mining nt the State university , and W. II. Heed , a geologist of much exuerience , have gone to Lusk , Wyo. , whore they will bo met by Prof. Wll- ll.5toii of the Kansas State university , and to gether they will proceed to lake out a fossil raurlan recently discovered near Lus't. Frank Pearcom nnd Leslie Uenedlct , two section men working on the Chcyonno & Northern , about fifty miles no-th of hero , met with a serious accident Into Wednesday after noon. Then men had been working In a narrow pass and had taken their handcar off the track to allow a train to pass. The en- glno an ! firist two cars passed nil light , hut the third car being unuiually wldo caught up the hand car. completely demolishing It. and both men received fractures and Internal Injuries. Thty were brought to Cheyenne and sent from here to St. Luke's hospital , Denver. Benedict , who received tlio most serious Injuries , and who is not expected to live , ha. ; lived with his family on the Platte river near Dadtjcr , Wyo. . and Is well known In that part of the country. Ijinff trip on u Itlcyoli * . CHRYKNNK. Juno 20. ( Spcchl. ) Cor poral Charles C. Hatnmlt of the Seventeenth Infantry , stationed at Fort Hussell , has re ceived permission from the adjutant general of the army to ride on his bicycle from Tort Russell to Columbus Ilarracks , O. Corporal dammit Is a hard rider and expects to make the trip In fifteen days. Ho will leave hero In August , about the tlmo that the three re maining companies of the Seventeenth w.ll be transferred to Columbus Barracks. MlSbUUJU'S H.ll'l-Y rULlTIUAr.VMI.V 1'rcti Silver anil Adniiiilntrntlon Molt Coni- pllmant I'ucti Othvr. ST. LOUIS. June 20. Chairman MafiUt of the stale democratic executive committee , publishes a long letter addressed to Com- mlttceman J , W. Karris of the La Clede county democracy , \\ho Is leading the free silver wing In an effort to secure a slate convention to take action nn the financial question. Ho sharply criticizes Mr , Karris and gives him a calling down nn eeveral points. Says Maffltt : "You seem lcs3 con cerned for the democratic party than for yourself and the success ot the iavoment of which you assume to ba the head. I shall have no more to do with you , pernonally. but shall go ahead to find what the party wants and will act accordingly. When a majority of the counties Instruct mo to that end , or when I am Instructed by rt majority of the elate committee , I shall at once call a meeting ot that committee. " In calling his committee together , Chair man Karris Is particularly severe. Refer ring to Malfit , he says : "It ls exasperating to know that a great political party In a great commonwealth like Missouri must be subject to the whims and caprices of an autocratic boss or made to subordinate. In dependence and manhood at the dictations' of party manager * . " Stole UmliTiTcur , Some time before midnight last night some thief entered the residence ot W , M. Mocre at 117 North Nineteenth street and stole a nt all. Her voice bccnmo lionrso nnd hot tlitoatvns constantly FOIC. Later on hen hearing brgon to fall : In fact , hardly any ) Kcne fremod to escape. After eating hq was subject to headache uiul Indication. * nnd nhoMIH steadily Krowliifr weak nnJJ loMiiK' llfsh. A large pait of the tlma tcrilble headaches wcro present , which took : he/ strength and vitality and made her , utmost nn Invalid. "Slnco Dr. Shcpard had her ca.ro In rhnrgo plio linn got ild of all tliepo troubles. This was two years ngo , nnd no symptom of the old condition has returned. Our dnughter'H capo N proof to UK Hint the methods of Ur. . Copolund nnd Bhrpard nro capable of ourlng people In cuch a way ) that they STAY cutud. Her eyesight 19 perfect ; her healing Is also perfect , Bh * MISS ORA BATTUGAL , 618 N. 19th Bt. * Is strongnnd heatty , free from pain , nnd wo CHII tflndly stutu that her health is re stored. Our experience- with Dr. Shcpard Is In every way catl.'fnctory. nnd through , this tiylnu case ho was successful at every point. " Ol/C IN.MONTANA 1'poplo Are TnUni ; tlio Mull Troitmcnt nnd An < Highly riHiinrit. William LlmlFay , of Glendlve , Mont. , sccietiiry and treasurer of the Dawson County \\ool-Growors' association , nnd ono of the lending men of the state , wrltps : "Ihe Copeland system of treatment through the malls Is n II right , probably the most Intelligent , best managi-d nnd most successful systpin of the kind In this conn- try. I speak from my own p.\perlenco nnd that of ninny others who have taken the treatment by mall. My own trouble WIIB chronic catarrh of the head , throat and bronchial tubes , n very difficult disease to treat buccessfuily , but they cured mo up nicely nt very i-miill cost. " ' . I FOR HOMK TREATMENT SEND FOH SYMPTOM HLAXK. DRS , COl'iOAKF&TlIEPARD ' , ROOMS 312 AND 313 NEW YORK LIFE ( BUILDING , OMAIIA , NEB. j Office Hours D to 11 n. in. ; 2 to 6 p. m. . Eve. nlngs Wednesdays nnd Saturdays only , G to 8. Sunday 10 to 12 m. SearlosSSearlas bPECIA LISTJ. All forms of EloDd aui SUiit DUpnsos. Sires , Spots. I'linpli'S Scrofula , Tumors , 'letter , h'e/o.nii und Itlood I'o son thoroughly uloansod from tlio system. LADXbS islvon careful &nml special attention for nil la/PA If fWIFAJ ( VITALITY WEAK ) innda WCMIV Itfltl * BJ iy , ,00 , cioBo applica tion to ImilncM or ituily , severe mental Btraln or rrlef , SEXUAL EXCESSES In raldam life or from the effects of youthful follle > . oil yield readily to our new treatment for Ion ot ITP Your trouble ! If nut ot city. 'Hicusanda 1 " ruro'l at home by corrc > < ; Mn.l ( nee. Dr.Scarles I 141(1 1'imitUn ' , Special Notices-Council CHIMNEYS CLEANED ; VAULTS CLEANED. , Eil Llurkc , at W. S. Homer's , US Broudnay. piiunr KAiu5 "AND * GARDEN "LAND Foa enlo cheap and on easy UTIUS. Uuy & lien , S3 I'carl Btrtet. KOK SALE , A NO. 4 UEMfNGTON TYPE- " wrltrr ; os eood an new. Kundulch Manufactur ing Co. . HUS ana 1030 S. Main street. roil SALE , A NEARLY NEuT NtVE-llOOM * house , \\ith tarn , clsttrn , city uater at liouso nnil barn , fruit , nice xlmile tiw . on a nicely Kincltd lot r,0x2:5 fret , fur ! 2,3'X ' > W. two-tlilrUa cash. S4S 1'ciln avenue. Council Uluffa. , WAIITED , SECOND HAND MIMOQKAl'II , Itt Uu'.ii. | J. U. Hiijilor. Council HhilTa. I WANTED , T\\O \ Oini.H TO WOIUC IN ICD crciim p.irlor In ( ininj 1'lazn , iJikc Mnnnwiul Gnoil references required. Apply at Grand 1'luza. WANTED , AT ONCE. A OOOD MAN TO WORK on fruit farm. Can fuinluh liouue to llvo In * J. It , Mcl'licrsim. 1281 Enst 1'lcrce street. A OIUL TO ASSIST IN HOUSEWORK AT J2 South "Sixth Btrict. large quantity of olotli'iig , the larger part ! of It being women's underwear. The thlefl had evidently cllmhcd the back porch and entered through a window that was closed only by n screen. i itr.brwit ntTKit HATE Miijnrlty of the City t onnrll Snnpoctod ut Having Itrcn Inline-need. ' DKNVDR , June 29. A large crowd ot citizens asssmbled at the city hall today In , anticipation of action being taken by the Hoard of Supervisors on tlio ordinance fixing ; water rates , which had passed the board of aldermen. Tlio committee to which tha ordinance was rcferrd did not report , and the matter goes over until next week. Tha fact tint a majority of the aldermen violated the pledge gl\cn by them bsforo election la reduce water charges In accordance with the contract with the water company , has given , rife to much gossip about the means thab may have been us d to Influence their action , but EO far no evidence of bribery has been discovered. . rnviir Omni ( invernmeitt. The popul'sts of the city held a meeting In the olllco of Cicorgo Maguey In the Omaha National bank building last evening to talk over Informally the political situation and ascertain the sentiment regarding the cltN zens' movement for good government. Sev eral spjeclicH were made by Messrs. White/ Qulnn nnd others favoring pushing along the movement , and advising populists to turn out en muHse at the contemplated meeting to assist In bringing about good government In' the city. _ nt\nuit VOICECAST. I'u I r unit Warmer with Fouthorly Winili for .Solirmltu. WASHINGTON , Juno 20. The forecast fou Sunday Is : For Nebraska Fair ; warmer ; southerly ) winds. For Mlpopiirl Showers ; warmer in tha northwefctern portion ; easterly winds. For South Dakota Fair ; warmer ; south * crly wlndH. For Kansas Fair ; warmer ; variable winds. For lowu. Fair ; southeasterly winds. I.ocnl Hrcunl. OFFICE OF THR WEATHER HUREATJ , OMAHA , June i3. Omaha record of tern- petature and rainfall , compared with thq corresponding day of the past four yearn : 1 ! > OG. 18U 1803 , 1802 , Maximum temperature . . . ( .8 yt 75 3 /e.1 Minimum temperature . . . . G7 03 65 CS Average temperature C2 BO 70 79 1'roclpltatloii ( * > .79 ,35 .00 Condition of temperature and precipitation utrOmahu for the day and slnco March I , Normal temperature , . , . . . . , . . , , , 74 Deficiency for Ihe day 13 Normal precipitation . . , . . . . , . , . 21 Inch/ Dellclency for the day 21 inch ) Total precipitation ulnue March 1 DM Inches Dcllclcncy ulnce March 1 , 4.70 Inches U A. WELSH. Observer.