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The ugh , rchool clu of ' 91 I ha Illannell 01 u reutlon with u hoftlnr program at the h ) ! O or Hobert lcKenzle this evening , Ocrgo C. Inln1n Is I laid up wIth a badly bumpcl knee as thl reult of a clllslon be. twocn hIs bicycle and a team on the Ianawa road , roat Thc cases of young Jeetlen and , Hoper have been conlnw,1 , by JustIce Vien until September 16 , and that of young Mooney by . JUltco Walker to September 17. Among the bole , ! Itco\ere,1 , at the Denver hotel lire Is one which Is iiupppoaoii , to be that of A. J. Bake of l'tieblo. Mr. lake was a nrphew of Irs. 1.'lan Spooner of this clt ) Lost on Main street between the Ier- rlam hlock and tlllcnl batik , $35 In cur- rcnc ) ' , Finder . wil le liberally rewarded by returnlll the same to J. D. Ic"arlan , at Mc1arin Carriage rcposlor ) ' . : Mary I . 1air thllils It 19 only fair that she glwuII ha\'e a legal Feparaton h am Hob rt P. . Fair. \ ho she claims. h3 too much fondness , - I I ness for the bottle. She wants her maiden , nammie Mary g. Wright , restored to her. ' . Colonel Heel has been correspontLng wih ) ( the Iowa Stale bdnt with a view ot getting . them for an attraction at Manawa. The pros. pects are excllent that sat raetor ) ' arrangements - ments can 10 muade although 10 date" have been considered. The city council met last night In brier special Iesslon for the purpose of awarding , the contract for the Avenue F sewer. The bids tahulatell by the engineer showe,1 , that I. Wickham was the lowest bidder , and the contract was award him. it II reported that a numb of young ladle are engaged-not to bo married , but to organize .1 young ladles' cornet band with 1 view of going o on the road lS profenionall It Is said that they have the talent , the opportunity - portnnly I and the Ileterminalon , and will soon get the necessary training. Charles lelllrlcks , a man unknown to tame m 10 Council Buls , forgot that he had no bank 5' account at the First National bank In this ctty. although he had drawn a check upon It cty for $20 lie presented the check at the In- man house liar and akel to have It cashed , 110 lan succeeded 11 getting $10 on It yesterday afternoon , a 11 Into the . city Jai In a few minutes are'Iard. . Judge Smith expects to visit Lake bnawa 10Jay and see for the court's own satisfaction the condition ot the dam of Mosquio creek and to exam'ne the green whloh frnt near by ant I see whether It Is aguelsh &um or meriy time fragrant pollen amid leaves , After the creek and dam are thus introduced In evl- hence the lawyers will prcceel to argue the injunction case. InJnneton The Vetern Firemen's associa ton ! of Council Bul $ , through a coin- mittee , consisting ot JIIe3 T. Anderson Mn , James G. lradey : and Charles 1) . Waiters - tore , prepared a sulahle series of resolu- tions expressive of theIr sorrow lt the death of the blind fireman , Sam Morrion. eOIIeS ! have been cent to his brother In Jnghnl and to the daly ( Ilapors. "Tho only newspaper , In Council fluffs" tries to apologize to Its readers for not furnishing - nlshlng them with any news ot the UnIon Pacific tran ! robbcry until twenty-four hours after the out lady had a chance to clip It from The lice. She says It Is more than offset by a paid local announcing a here rae ? . . . 'rhmat Is the old lady's Idea of 1 scoop , but : ho can't help It. Thorn Is a siight conflict between the unco' gull and the commonly hat over the ; isesiOn ) f the Driving park. The announcement - nouncement was made yesterday that time autullc s would begin August U : ant continue fifteen das , and perhaps longer , I contnuo ) time Interest justified I. but It turns out that time parle was leased severl months ago to the Latter Day Saints for theIr general camp letnp. beginning September 12 anti laH- log until September 22 , The rectors of unt time ( Irk , hmovever only contracted with the houclwn for n ten Ilas' imicet . and there will be 00 conflict nor overlap. The ro- iigtous gathering wil he aim Imllortunt one Illous There will bo not less than .OOO People Ileront during the two weeks , and probably , more. The songs ot Zion wi ho ascending - Ing trol time park almost before the echoes from time paddock and betting ring die away. Farm loans male In western Iowa at low- est rates. No delay In closing loans. Fire and tornado , Insurance written In best of com- . - . panics. Bal'galns In real etatc. LOUGJI & TOWLE , 2351'earl St. - - - VIitSUNAI . 1'\L\Cl\'IS. Mr. James Iuphe ; anti faintly have removed - ? moved to St Inul , llnn. 1 Hev. MI' Buck of time German Evangel- I cal church heft yesterday to visit his old 1110 In Germany George O'Neal toreman of time government construction works has received wont that his eon Is dangerously I In Texas. Howard F. latenhauer Is still confined to his Ioom by the hums received at the carnival - val explosion. hut Is slowly reeo\'erlng. Mr. amI lrs. A. W. Johnson has returned from a two weeks' visit In time cut and are . - . emitertatimlng lion. S. E. I.'lehl , wire and eltertalllng lon. ) daughtfu , Anna an,1 , Sumn , ot Shcnammdahi. Rev Dr. AskIn , pastor of time First Con- regatonl churl . returned yesterday train an eastern trip. lie will get a little or the Ilulet nst of homl before re-englglng actively In hIs pastoral all pulpit work. Wo have leased the I. G. Inotl & Co. coal yards and wi furnish all kinds of coal weighed on city scales ton and over , without I extra charge. A. J. Blood & . Co. ! The Harllman Is full anll rich tn tene. ' 'I'u HI" . \nul. . Ituimimi mig . . .t. - ' , The negotatou ! which have been long . pel\ling between the directors of the UnIon 'I Driving Park arsoclaton all the lanas City horenfon have at last cOle to a conclusion . resultng In the fixing ot August 31 as the date for opening 1 ten days' runnng ! circling here. it.V. . Cunningham of Kansas l City will bi In charge and Claude Johnson. who Is now In the city as his rlprerentatlve , wi look ar to advertising and otherwise ( ( } all'erlslng ant ASSiL4t. Mr. Johnson says that nt the close ] ot time 'I" In Kansas City next Saturlay about ' orses \ \ ill bo sent from there hero 'c' . 'Ial train , arriving Monday. There wi al" , e a special train from St 1.01 s. bringing abOut 100 lucre. lrf1 Cre\'clnl w'l act as Judgt anti , probably Dick Ih\'er wi be secured as starter. A force of mln _ has already bem'n set at work getting the % grounds II shape. _ _ _ _ _ _ Time Genuine Round Oak Furnace Is the stifle SUCCeSS that the Genuine hound Oak heater h. I Air-tight. ga.tjht. burns any kind ot fuel and less at It than any other furnace made. LO\ est prices. Cole & Cola , 4 MaIn St. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ None finer than lbs Iardman Baby Grnn..t. " ' 11 lt Siit , tin' < 11' . The South Omaha woman who was hurt on time Manawa road last Friday hy being thrown upon the dashboard of her carriage when It struck one or the diches 18111 by the street conunlsloners , vIii not sue the city for domarn Ir rprcsntatives have Ilt come to -tiits . conclusion for the reason that they do not believe there was culpable % aegiet but owing to the discovery that there " 8 no street where the accident happened ! , The Manawi road cuts aorosi lots at time point , and although It hu been uell 8 1 ' 1lublc highway for years It Is on Private property , where . It Is Intersected by the newly ( ' ptnel T\ent-thlnl avenue This would give thc city a perfect IleCtnse and lea\'e the plain- , tiff the costs of the suit. Consequenty there wi be 00 suit startell. cbep. Read Dnh' ad . Dall sells hammocks . 0 D. kindergartn opens September : . - - - - - - - " - - - " . , - - - - - - - ' 1'11 : HIIS\'OI.n Il.t NiC itt ) IiiEIt. Ol..r ( ) 'lIrIem , ti.es II" hm * ii . limit ( j..c" . \1 lila H..rl. Deputy Sheriff O'Brlen returned yesterday Cram his eastern trip lie cale back alone. Intea,1 , of having his hOl1e gratified of brln- 11mg time man Riley , the Orlswo\ bank robber - her , by whom O'Urlen was shot when capturing - luring the ang. The ofclrs here hat ot a tip that Hiey was under arrest at ! res- , there to have coU. Ontario , arll telegraphed him hell until O'Brleu could get there. I appear that there was Just ' enough of a ml@take about this to allow ot Hiey getting awa } ' . lie was utier arrest at Ogdensburg , N. Y. , Just across the river from Prescott , anti before O'Brlen could get there Riley had ! slipped out through one ot the meshes ot the law Time Olelle ror Ihlch Riley 11,1 , been arrested \ 'as for picking ! the pocket or a man living at Prescott , anti this led to the r. nfl 'oa In the ah'I'or , telegram. Riley ha,1 , sqlare,1 , the mater with his victim , haI , limit UII I cash Intemnl ) ' for a fellow to peen on his honll for $200 . and when time day for trial came neiher the prosecuting witness nol RIley showed up. ' ' ' In vain howe\'er. O'Urlen's visit was not , \ for hI round out a good deal about Riley , and now the OICHS east and west have . br a complrlson : of notes , come to an agreement Ius to : upt Iho he iS . anti , are In better con mutton than ever to nah the right man and to hold Iiiimm. o course Riley Is a pick-II ) name , and , It did not helll the eastern of- ncer mich In trying to locate him. ! I Is now learnell that he Is famlorly known l throughout time ast , 11.1 . that lie belongs tea a pang who. In the summer time . work U' and doWn the lakes working Jnst such crowds as thaI which alen"e < the " \111 Wet" show al O < ensIJrg , where Riley got itnCimitl. ) In the winter thee the } ' do safecracking - I cracking ant daylght sneak at bank coun- ters , amid In foct. nlnost any kind of money I grahblng that can be plsnned. Riley hail , served time once In New York for a Ila- 10nt robbery at 09WelO , One or the tcl- lows eaptred with him here for the Grls- well bank robbery was 11 the same dlamol11 robbery , ant got his dose nt the same time. lie was the one wllm O'Brlen wounde" Ills real name I Wlanl , and he tormerly kept a hotel near the Canadian Ino anti used I It dm10117s a cover for ! lugglng and ' ' various crookedness , until he was warmell' out. lie Is now serving tmo at Fort lad- ISOI , I Is now learne,1 for a certainty that Ule } ' . after the shooting ot O'Brien ant the wild clmEo across the bottoms , reached the rIver shore , anti , there securing a lop managed to navigate across to time Nebraska side emi that , the voyage being a wild one on account ot the floating Ice. Near Delevue he found trleml ! of I mimamly , reputation , who sheltered him unU be eoull lake a safe escape out of this part or the countrr. At the time at hIs escape James Hallh saw him trying to cross the river on a log and told the of- uicers , but there were so many conflicting re- ports comlnK In that all of tbem could not bo In\'estgatel In time . anti It now seems that the very one which was not thus run down was the very one which would have led to his capture that \ 'ery nIght O'Brien has by no leans given UII hope of yet seeing his appal ant hook out at him from behind the bars , atI makes time prediction that within I very short tIme he wi have that satisfaction. lie Is too . well known a crook , now that his identity has been so tuly IS- tablshel , to bog keel out ot sight of the OmO r _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ A iiA I It u . tim ft ii Ii t ! nh' . . ! Yii . . . . Friday morning We shah offer ever rem. diers goods . ginghams . outing nant of wash dle s goals. glngblms. outng flannels , wool chales , and , In all . thousaml ot short lengths from one to ten yards In each piece , all In one bIg ! lot at one price. liemimemnber . 1rday : imiorning 5c a ) 'arJ. Friday mernlng we Illco on our counters ' our entire stock of 75c nih-wool French Han- nels ! at 25c yard. Everything Is going at cst an,1 , below fLACK D1ICSS GOODS AT NET COST. Spend your money with us. Our time Is short. We are postlvely : going out ot busneS : In this city. NNISON DROS. , Counci Bluffs. " 'llt.l to lUl tlui' Oll Mmmii. 1 "Unelo Billy" Ehiott an old and In.fen- slve mmmc came Into Justice Cooks court yesterday atteroJn anti , swore to an Informa- : ' ton cimarging Wllam FI'nn with ass1u1' wlh Intent to ccmmlt muror. The alepe,1 , aHuult was mode at : lana\a cn the 1Dth Inst Doth men are ellploY < 11 by time Mc- Laughln broth er who are exp rlmentlng with a new brake on time Manawa railway trains Plynn In the car ahop and Elliott as cook for the gang of men englgd on time work. The trouble Is said to have originaly grown out ot sectarian differences between the mcmi and grew Itto by little Into a serlou's quarrel. There were outsIders ! wl'np to interfere and aggravate time quarrel and Flynn was loid that the ohl man was tryhmig to get him discharged by carryns : sterles to the \ tcLaughlns , 1.'I'nn , It scenic , unle.'took the Job ot trlghtonn ! time 011 man out of the c.inmp , ant on Monday morning threw an axe al hIm , whcl ! Elliott says would have stoppej In his stomach If ho had not Jumped asitie. . Monday after dinner according to Elot.s story . j'j'nn resorted to sterner measures , and \ hle the old man was engaged In washing ! the dishes he went Into the tent with a loathed revolver and lIrel three shots at him In rapll Fuccesslon. Elliott says lynn was terrlbl ) excited anti ho attributes time fact that he was not lilled to time shaky condition of the shooter's nerves. These were the statements comlunlcated to the Justice In support at Elliott's demanll fer a \ arrant for Flynn. Imlott says lynn 1 made additional threats agaln hla life } 'es. tenlay imiorning . amid 1 thoroughly convinced was he that he meant to kill him that he threw UII his Job and came to tovn , , \ arrant - rant was Ipsued for lynn's arrest and an anl officer went down after hiW. lie was arraigned - ralgnld shortly before 6 o'cock ! and dented utterly the truth of Elliott's story , declaring that there had been no quurel between them , no threats and positively ] no shooting. lie will tr ) to convince the court today that the old lao has been romancng : and dreaming. - - - isUItLicGT0S : no UTE. Ic.lucCll Rate. TriennIal conclave Knights Templar DOl- ton , Maws Sale August 19 to 2t. American PhanT..c.utlcal association , Denver - ver Colo. ale August 1 and 12. National convention 1eeley league. UI- risburg I'a Sale August 16 to 22 In add -Ion' have on sale Summer Tourist tickets to , IJI ! points 10 the United States anl CanadM . Cal and get copy at map anti lustratel write up of the great Yellowstone National park. 0 , M I ihRO\\'N. Ticket Agent. l'cry . SI"II'llnN Smirluter . Yesterday afternoon a strange man was noticed sneaking suspiciously Into the hayloft loft of Jack Snethan's bar on South avenue. The police were quietly untitled ot the tact , and two otcers In citizens clothing drove down after him. Before they reached there ho sUpped out of the bun , and as they caught UIIlh him oil Leer Main street he broke Into a run anl sprinting through the ware- house of 1)eere.'elis & Co. . ho hId himself In a pie of cultivator poles. On being un- loaded the only explanation be would give the ofcers was that hc was afraid of being ar- rested , and so mace a run. lIe tiLl not yen- turo to explain ho\ ho knew the two were omeerl and Ilut up his mouth with such e\m.llle tenacity that the ocer think they h\'e caught I plul , lie has been about town for a day or so , and It Is leaned that at a restaurant : he hat represented himself as \amN Edmuntleon . The fellow Is about six fee tail. smooth faced , dark complexioned , anti about 3 ) 'ear of age. The police want to timid a bole that fits him. The Iardman piano _ wrn lke Iroo. I.'ur. . ' 1IIIu..N ( 'Iiitlies. Otto Montgomery , the vagrant who was picked up Wednesday night while begging for shirts from house to house and eXhIbtng ! ! ! a j hand that was only maImed by a' lot of bindJgei , was given fifteen das on the cIa1n I gang by JustICe McGee Ylterlay moorning The ofcerotd the fact that the young I nun "U eulng very IPod tailor-made lnln I hesoald I occurred ) to tblol that there 1 wb .omo InClpultr between his tel and - - - - _ _ _ _ . " " - _ . - . - - - _ - - -N his clotbes They obervell the tact that the clothes ] were made In Onuha and they conlnunfeatoi their SUIIcons ! ! to time Onlha Police. Yesterday afternoon laln Teller Hhol ! of the Union National bank came over alil hlentfe,1 , the clothes as a suit his wife har left In the back porch for n few morenta the day before for the purpose of brushing timeni When she returne" wih the whisk broom the clothes hat been wh'skrJ aWJY. HhOle ! fully hlellfej thel amid v.Il ask the Counthi Burs OmCNS to let the Omaha police take ) Iontlomer ) ' across the river for a few daya. I..IIA CIo.ul ( C. The August sale at the BObton Store Is closing out ! nlIID goods fast. We don't want to carryover summer merchantll and have male Irle s that will Ilfure quick ! alel , Attend the Aumgust closing s.lle. FOWLlm , , DICK & \VALiEit. " 'uiMiiu'd ( I ) I' C lit. 11'hlA The heavy raIn storm ) 'esterly mornlnK sent the 10llI cedar blocks dancing along several of the treets. The worst havoc was created on Vine Street , where a great flood of water , the Iverfol from South First anti Broallway , flctl the thoroughfare from curb to curb The half rtell blocks were unable - able to keep their seats , 0111 they arose by thouMIHla and danced ummerrhly on the sur- merriy face of the ood. lock paving that was laid on South Sel'enth street six years ago was loosened In several ulcers an,1 , the blocks scattered. Sonic Ille dlmage was also rene on Harrison street , ant on a number ot other streets the blocks were loosened around oe\er Inlets The raIn wal one ot the heavLst , Ir not the heaviest : , ot the entire season. Some un- ofclJI asurements placed the fall at one anti a half Inchps Heports from nearly al of the western Iowa countes show that the rain was general YeR , the Eagle laundl'y IS "that good geol undry I , " and Is located at 721 Broadway. I In doubt about thIs tr ) It and be convinced. Don't forget name ant number. Tel 157 - - - " 'ii $ ' .h..e CII.I."N Ih'h'llAr Many ot the bicycle riders around town and especially the friends ot George C. i'mmil- man who WS .0 severely injured on the lanawa road , Wednesday night by colliding \L'h a carriage , are Inclne' to crllcile .ome ot the Ileoplo who drive to the lake at night Many ot them seem to be utterly I reckless ot the rights of otimems refusing to give even a small part ot the roadway. : i'tmiinian's friends claim that he saw the team coining In the darkness , shouted to the driver , and got lS tar out ot the way as poi'sibie , but In spite ot all precautions \\as run dO\1 nand badly I I' hurt. The experience ot most of the bicycle rters ! who have made regular trips to the lake during the prosenL great rush Is exactly time other way. Drivers ot carriages have been uniformly kInd and tholghtu ] and given half the road , Occasionally there I a meal rOJd itog encountered , but he Is al. most always ins farm wagon S..lnl Ii'etim ' Cmii. i'p . The following lecture course has been pre , pared for the teachers and public , to be glvel at the Christian tabernacIe during the norma Instiute : August 22-Pror. Arnold Tompkins of ChI cage Inlvcrst ! ) Subject "The iheatmilfmil , " August 26-Hon. S. Wadsworth , Sub peare. ject . "From " London to the Land ot Shakes - August 27-Hev. V. C. Hocho. S'lbJect , "Causes of Failure In Lite. " : lure August 2D-Shakespearlan recaal by John Jay FralnlY. . ) Sunday , Alfust 25. there \\1 1'0 a sermon at the First Baptist ehurch by the 11ev. V. 'C. Hocllo eSlleclal } ' for teachers. Subject. "Christ the World's Divine Teacher. " A cordial invitation Ii extended to all to attend the lectures , .s no admlElon fee will be chal'gl' . All thl lectures wi begin promptly ' at 8 o'clock. 'fhe cover mate by lrs. Lanzantorrer will bo disposed of SaLUrlla night at 7 o'clock at V. ' . W. Chapman's. - - - - - - A Slhlht Imuuuumsa Claim. The Young Ien's Christan association has planned for a general meelng to be held In the gmnnslum next Sunday afternoon at t o'clock , and Instl'all or confining the atl tenlanco , to men only , on this occasion the ladies ] are 11\lctl as well. The exercises will bo of al unusualy Intereslnp character - tlr , and It IN the sincere desire of the members - hers ot the association that there bo a very large attenm.hammce. Doors will be thrown open and In addItion to the gymnasium the game a 11 reading r ems will be ueti as well , and further preparations will be male It necessary to accommodate an overilow overfow meeting at another hal near by. The meet- tng nromimises to b one ot the best In the association's history. Everybody welcome. 11"111 Start. I' 3lmmnmiuvmi . Mr. A. Whitelaw yestermluy , made arrangements - ments with Colonel Heel for the transporta- ton ot a party ot scvent- ve people to Lake Manawa. Ttw part wi consist of eli the Boston toro people , all they will spend the afternoon and evening at the lake I Is needless to ar that they wi have a thor- oughly enjoyable time , for Mr. Whitelaw hal arrammgti a program that wi make things I go at a rapid gait. The store will be closed 1 after 1 o'cloek ant will not bo opened until Saturday morning. The only piano worth having , the lardma : ) 'llllhlA fur 1.lhl. 11) ' . Arrangemlnts are going forward \1 el for the observance of Labor day , September 2. The committee has secure,1 , aB one ot the speakers 101 , W. L. Green of Kearney who Is advertised as one ot the "siver ! tongues , " anti L.V. . Roera ot the Railway Times , who has teen one ot the prls.ners In the Vm'ootlrtoek Jai and who was released a day or two ago. Coming direct from Debs he wl:1 : have some tresh Ideas , anti he Is said to have an eloquent tongue with whIch to present Manawa. them. The \elebrnton will be hell at Lake - - - - I'hllu" IUUIII On. . JUltLe Cook yesterday held Phillips , the man charge with the responsibility for the death of V. J. Dechtele , t the grand Jury without baih. " lie was locked up In the county jail and will prohJby ] be kept thee for a long time before his case IB finally disposed , or. Ills frnls , were Inclnel 10 Insist upon bal blng ' aled , but when time court In- termed them ot the amount deemed neces- ! sary It was FO large that they concluded It was better not to ask It. - _ . _ _ ICII..1 limt' 1'0) ' ' ilrhuhe'grooni. NASii'iLLE , Aup 22.-A sensatonal trag- ely with romantic . colorIng Is reported from Montgomery count ) tn this state. The 16- year-old daughter of a prominent tarmer named haul Burton went to prayer meetIng - Ing , where she met a young man named lute , whop attentions her parents had tor- bidden. Tie couple ran anay and were mar- tied / anti , arerwJrl the Irate father pursued the brldegroQm and kilel him " ' 11 4ii it' . IIN ImlN I. 1 Slh''I , WINONA , MInn. , Aug. 22.-The remains of Ab Fun a Mongolian who died here In 1876 , were dlslnterrell las evening at the written request ot hits relatives . and will bo taken by Yip ChEng to San j"ranclsco In ' a satchel . aOd from there to China by another . 'I other Cbmnatnan. This Is time frt celestial "holo bones have been remo\'ed from lnne- seta to their native soil. Xu'gru < ' 11\6 . . 11'IJI.I. PINfJ BLUFF' \rk. . . . UllI'rk. , Aug. 22.-Jeue h. borg , colored , who became craze,1 br religion at a revival meeting last evening and kept up his prayers all night , this morn Lg shoo his 18nllar. : Ianly Walker , tour tme . fatally brains \ oUOlng . her. lIe then blew his OWl . Seercdmir . CI.llle " 'urkIIJ 1'nNC. WATERTOWN , N. Y. . Aug. 22.Th United tats steamer Amaranth , a lIghthouse - house lender tram Cleveland , 0. . bas arrived at l et'a Habor with Secretary of the Treasury CHlsle aol party Gn board , IiM'l'il.t'i'It1 - A " . 'itt't i\1 l'\m. , . \1"1..1 I 1'llNUlhlJ tt lr"I. lieu' ( 'atik- 1. h. limit n . \ ' 'IH'lh.J.h'IIUI. . OSIAlOOdA. la. , Aug. ' t2.SpecIai ' T le. I . gr3m-lrof. ) 1.10)11 Davis oft Des lolnea , the chemist who Is werklbg Upon time anal. ' ysls of thc remain of Mrs. Alice Conkln , alegell to have been poisoned by her hus' baud , heft Ihls city for Dos , Iolnes this after- noon whim sonic mysterious looking packages - i ages . That , with the l\lled facts that he : has been In the city two ( lays ant has hehl . i pesslons with C.V. . Woo < rUl clnt ) cora- tier anti Jammies : C.rol , cOllt ) . attorney . : lends I e\'ldEnce to the popumiar belief that the developments ] In the case from the anaiy. Isis , mmhready made Is enough to warrant the disintement of the hotly again In search of turther e\'hlence oC crime. - - - - - - . \IHIIJ luUIICllh..U 1" . NIOLA. la. , Aug 22.-Spechal.-Mornimmg ( ) da'a red ( the second Ilay of the Iola- \alamle County Veterans' assocIation mth annual reunion with a eloule,1 , , canopy over- hanging this vicinity , ali ns the tiny pro- grekiet raln began to f.\I , anti contlllell un- ti about D o'clock When It cleared np the roll came out warm and soon dried up time ( rtreets. People began to Ilour In by the hun- tere fro I 10 ) o'cock. and until 3 1 m. Several hunted people were kept .IuVaY on account of the rain who had to conic from arar. Geol Judgei ot large crowds estimated the mitten- dance at 3.500 p ople. The grand 1'lralle cheduled for 9 :10 : : a. m. WJa postponed un- tl 1 o'elock p. m. starting rrom the ramp gronlls , Adjutant E. I I' . Drown was In command - mand and headed the procenlon. Then came Mendels Mum corps , eltht slal boy . aged from 8 tu I years Prof. Iug' Minor club Iwlnglng clnbs , eight little girls 11ressell In \ \ hle , with double sasheS male or roth , , white 1111 hlio colors over both ehonlders ant ted at the back wearing npol their heats Scot- tsh caps wih long tassels the Under\'OOI cornet band In full uniform , the Neola volunteer - unteer fire lepartlent No , 1 and Counci Bura ICh School Cnletl , In ful Iltar ) ' uniform , commanded br Captain Scanlan. with ld'HIlen's , drum corps whlo a long hue or old soldiers brought np the rear some carrying clubs to represent gmmns. lugh Dowlimmg , an old veteran carried upon hmL , shoulder a rooster to rehtresent the eagle , The ) ' were tolowed hy the Knights or Iythlas Crystal 10lge , of Carson wih their bn1rr. flying , with Avoca Knights I of 1ythlas Crys' hal lodge coso In theIr rear , the parade being about tonr blocks 10lg , The procession muche,1 , through the prLn- clpal streets with band and thrum corps pla- ing the cadets olng through the thrill . and returned to the ground , where they lstened to 1 most patriotIc address dol\ered b ) lion. Frank Shinn , the only speaker present who had promised to speak. lion. A. I. . lager , C E Sannders and other noted speakers were on the programmm hut taied to nppear The baleen ascension due for I :30. : was postponed nntt 6:30 : p. In. on account of high \ILnds. This wlh a match game ot bal be- tWfen Neola end Missouri Valley male , up the day's program. The Counci fluffs calets , returned tonight and time lacelonla , lathes' ] , broom brigade are expected tomorrow , when the same program will b carried out lu"o" Christ hum t'imIty. DES lINES , Aug. 22.-Spelal ( Tele- gram.-At ) the state ChrIstan church con- vention today a number ot reports were male and others the : following resolutions adopted among We believe that the thnl has come tom rlnewld effort oC nil Christan ml'l 111 women hum hehult ot temllrlnce , nn,1 , WI tnnI , , tot Wl hlalway" uutoott , unalerahl ' oplttsel to the saloon , legnlzcti or Ilc11 The needs of itrisomi r'formu tim-c ever ' - 'he \ rl"ol'Corm ule 1'\11 111l ! . ent und pressing upon us.'c IP\uest time minh-tel' or the state to co-operate with the chaplalnl of the ' eVfratenal iimstttii. - lions to this i'rmd. - . We urge upon 0\1 Illeachlrs an untlmln- anti , " , ' " ' the : Ikhlt attention 11,1 tiuiu'hity to prlneplls oC the restoration oC Irlmlh'p Chrlotlanly anti espoelul > ' to the pica for Chrst'ln unlt- J. II. Hardin ot ClnclnnaU , rellresentn imoimie uumiesionli , nmade an interemutimmg talk hOle I1s810n6 malI Interestlnp tlik on mIssions , ant C. C. Smith ot : llsslol , 0. , spoke on "The recd Ian of the South. " 1""ulrl Vallc' H"'lhl""UIN ' Cauu'ms. MISSOURI VAII.EY , In" Aug. 22.-Sp- ( clal.-Last ) evening the republican . caucuses to select delegates to the county com'elton were hell In this city. The tolowlng were chosen ; First Wanl-J. S. Dewel , n. J. MI r. S. S. Elliott , W. o. ! ecl , J. B. Bar- ret Oscar Coffee. Second-i. It. Blunt . George Bmmrhank J. B. Iet , 1t1 . g. Brundige , gd Heed , J. 1. StOl ! . Thlnl-D. J. Amilum . A. Ed/ecolb. R.I. McTwiggan . Ii. ii. Fisher J. A. Starlin . rank I Sherwood , Ii. 1) . Overton , J. 1 Berl } ' . liciolutiona were unanlmousl adopte,1 , condemning - demning the omclal conluct , and record or J. C. Milman ns repuhlran rO.1reentat\e In the last eglslature. ] mind posItIve Instruc- tons given to use all means to defeat his renommiination . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ IUIClh.I'rN Iii l'MMu'MMIuii. DES MOINES Aug. 22.-Spedal ( Tele- ram.-Judge ) Stevenson rendered a decIsion thts morning dIscharging L. ! Mann trom the receivership ot Ilghland Park coleg' and placing the property In possesHlon of the second mort ale bondholders ( , whim Charl Olcrest as trustee. The school will be run by the present faculty , hC.ded by President O. Ii. I.ongwel , The first mon- page bOllholders have the privilege of tak- I'gosse ' 'lon at - the - oath ot another . year . I"'hll' Itu ' ( 'him egi' F'ruiuul. CRESTON , la. , Aug. 2-SpEc'al ( Tele- grJI.-O. ) I' . Ircwn & Son of Lorimer have brought suits against Jaclson & Lyman Dickey , I real estate lnn ot I.orlmer , for the value of a stock of gods amounting to $3,200. the plalntls alleging the tile to whIch was fraudulently obtained by Ilefendants In a Inl deal whie the ) ' pretelled to act as agents for pllntrs , This Is the scond suit bro ght against thus firmim In a weell. fun imugtomm'u'm . .w ( : UN l'lnl' , BURLINGTON , la. , Aug. 2-(8peolnl ( Tel- egraumm.-Tite ) new pas comllny just organ'zeJ here awarded a contract today for 250OOO to a Boston firm for cght ! mle3 ot street mains , retorts and gas holders. Two hunlred men will be put to work at once. " 'uuuuullmumr' C"llt ) . 1"IIIItl'II , . SIOUX CITY Aug. 2.-Specjal ( Tee- ] gram.-J. ) S. Lathrol' was nominated for senator a ril 'Vt , ' . n. Chapman and Frank . McNutty for repl < entatns at the \\1.1- bury county republican - conventon tony. n"III11 hiroChuer Incl Sisli'r . NEVADA , Mo. , Alg , 22.- lrs. Wiiam McGuire anti . Jam's Drown , brother and sis- ter were reunited here today alter a twenty years' search for one numoth'eF' In 1873 , when each was a mere child , Ihelr parents Ile" c and they were taken cars oby their prnd- fathers , one ot wbom ino'ygd'tb Wise county , Texas , time other remaIning 10 Wisconsin. Since then the little family has male many changes of their abode nnU thE sister changed her name. The two orpb'nl ever since their first separation conlnne'\ ' \ fruitless search tor each other , and finally , each gave the other up for dead. Ted Y. , by time merest chance they met on time , streets bere and a joyous reunion foliowemi . . . Illull t' ACC'IIIJ . fl.lh.IC. . I.WAUKIE , Aug. : 2- lrs. Iagda- lena Knorer ot llluon , ' 1P d 67 , was killed antI her husband , Andrell' Inorer , aged 71 fatally Injured. In a runawiy accident hit lhe northwestern pat of the city today. - - - - - - - - - - - . . - A ollzjtarzs I THE QUEN OF TABLE WATERS NOW SUPPLIED IN "s P LITS. " Ask for U Splits " at the Restaurants . and Bars. o . PHELPS FOR SUPlDI JUDGE ( Contnued trom First Page . ) - - - - - - - - gree Fronm I what : he hal learned he hall decilell to devote the rut of his life to the calUe of time cOlmon eople. I Mr. Bryan said that the trouble In time tomocmle ! Party waR not dne to any fault of the part ) . . The IJarty was Ilh'lded . because the men eEtell ] by time party hall been un' faithful to their trust and ha,1 betrmuyeti time hopes of the people who I'lced ' them In POWH lie then went Into I tlscualon of the Irogress , or time free silver mnovemmieumt lie traced time growths or the' sentment from time silver conference hell by Nebraska Ilemocrats anti assuell his hearers that the movelent had spre11 al through thc w.st the south anti that nothJnp coull prevent the next democratic nalonJI ! conventIon tram being controled by the men who are In favor of the free anti unlmle(1 coinage of geld and silver at the rate of 16 to 1 lie ( blterl } ' teprecatld the change of heart In PresIdent Cleve1nll anti Secretary Car- lisle amid char ell them \ \ lb iiai'ing ule- sertel the IJrlnclplc of the Ilelocrtc 11rt ' ant Jolnell the gold Imp forces or the re Iluhllan parI at the dlclaton of the foreign bonl symitlhcates. Ie talkel for 10re th'l an hour amid cod with a pretty plellcton of success for time principles that are IJelnK advocated by the trlells ot free silver al over the country. " . .h"C'r e"llc ) ' lnr'1 n\OI'.nC" . ILU hILL , Neb. . Aug. 22-To time Editor - tor of Time Bee : At the regtmlarly called democratic conventon for Webster counl . held In flume 11 this afternoon , the following - InK resoluton were alloptell : . 'he dl'morrats ot \'hster county \llp\'e In dpmocracy wihout the mild or . consent or 01 nfll.llon wih tiny ethel part on earth ttiitlve endorse a 11 nlrm the natOlal tiemoerfitie platCorm oC 1S92 . anti we support llmoerntc thp IlrlFhpnt } elected thereon anti his ml- ministraton In their earnest mind patriotic . . ( forts to uphold the honor uII immte'u.ii Ity of thl" great nation In one oC the most trying 1'llols , In its history. \\e mire OhhuOsetl ) to . time free anti Inlmllt coimmage ot sIivr by the Uniteti State nlonc collnge ! 1\er \ Unlell ! nt the ratio oC 16 to I. We rte the nomination or that .lnck- sonlal \1 democrat . stutesman a 111 sehmohttr lion. J. Sterling Morton , a ! 11l\1dlte for ircsiti , cmi I. \.e congratulate time taxpa\'crl of Webster roult . Illn their wlFlom , In nloptll , the commlsslonfr ystem for enult ) gO\'erl- ment , mind Ilolnt wih sltsfnlton to the flrt that this reCorm . was Iroupht lbout b ) the ulemimoe'ratic PartY oC thIs e'otmlmty. \\'e condemn the Il.tlol of JulJe , I. ' . B. Ulnl In 1,11 his 0111 to Curt her time irnhtt- lell ends anti nmhllons ot time Ilader ! of the populst ant . ) 111 to thwnrt the wi oC the mljorl ) of the people of this count ) In the mater ot home governmiment. The following delegates were elected to at- tend the democratc state conventon at I.ln- tent coin Seltember , 5. 189 : lhrls Fassler T. S. Dngger , W. C. Ftmikersrnm T. J. Ward , C. Koehler , g. ii. Cox. henry oehler I was elected chairman and I. ' . T. 10pka secretary ot time county central commitee for the ensuing year. WI.I.IAll A. GAHmSON. Secretary. - - - ( IIIII . ' " nl11le Ieh'guutioii. WEST POINT . Neb. . Aug. 22.-Speclal. ( ) -The democratc county conventoo met and elected delegates to the Omaha convention as follows : J. A. Johnson , V. ' . Ceilette . Felix I Givens , S. S. Krake W. Emney ) J. Acller- man J. f : . Melcher. \ Wljgers , 1. F. O'Sol- hivan . F. I Sivetltimehrn I L. Galbraih , W. A. Smith , G. Hanson mind Nlc Jurgen on. \01 deleg1tes to time Judlcal : cnrontion Charles Doescimer John Lucu , John Ic- lCeegaii Mack LapJrte , ! I J. lltmghes , J. Thiele , B. T. Browmm I' . S. McGuiire . N. De. nls'a , J. Fischer , F. W. lecher : amid Wllal I StHen wele electl\ These delelates wen nil p1edgcII 10 hion. J. C. Crawford for Judge. The con\enton. W8S very harmonious. Another Ilemocatc con\enton , cale,1 , by "many sound monpY democrats , " will occur on Satimrtiay August 31 This eon\nton wi elect delegate9 to the state conventon at Lincoln , hurt Coil I I' 1' " " , Couis'eumtiuit. TE\A IAI , Neb. , \umg 22.-Special.-TIme ( ) populst party hell its county convcntlon for Burt county In this city today anti . nomInated - Inated the following ticket for county 01108 : Treasurer ii.V. . I veret ; clerk , J. T. Black- atomic ; sheriff. Irvin lingers ; cleric dIstrict court Eli Hurlocller ; county jtmtlge R.V. . lcllraon ; SU'\e > 'or. : I J. Gnerlng ; county su- p rlntendfnt , C F . Beck. The meeting was harmonlona and largely atended by demo- crts , anti the present II1c.tlon Is that the popnlst\ wIll swalow up the remnlnt ot the democratc part In this county. The tcket nomlnlte,1 will probably 111 the party vote I but no more. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ SII",1 n 1.11 'l'h'I".C. EMEI1SON . Neb . Aug. 22.-Speclal ( Tele- gram.-The ) Dxon county republican con- venton met here today anti , nomlnate(1 ( the rolowlng county ticket : J. F. Ikcroth. , ehl , clerk ; A. I. Drager , Ponca. treap- urer ; Ii. II. hart , Allen , sheriff : W. I Myers , l'onca superlntenllpnt or school ; A. W. Hose. Ponca Judge ; W. W. Cooper Ponea clerk ot the district court ; Dr. Talboy , Newcastle - castle . coroner ; S. N. Dixon , Sprlngback. surveyor. The convention was sold for Norris for district jtmtlge . anti alowed him to select the delegates to the judicial con- vent ion. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ It iehuui r.isoii ( .I I C ) ' 1"I'Hrn' " 'h''C. FALLS CITY , Neb"ug , 22.-Speclal ( Telegraun.-The ) democrats of Rchardson county met In conventon and nomlnatell a ticket as follows : County judge John L. Cleaver ; county clerk , Charles Lore ; simeriff , Gtmst hailer : district court clerk n. L. Cheney ; treasurer. J. Ii. Iorehead ; county superintendent , C. C. 1001 ; coroner . A. C. Fonch. Cleveland's admlntstratlon was not emlorsed. Hesolutons were passel emi the 16 ; to 1 sliver movement lver I'i'uihi his um ma . . u 'i'ieI' .t , BEAVEIL ci'rv Neb. , AUK. 22.-Speclal ( Telegram.-Tho ) prohlbllonlEs held n con- venton today and placer a full connty ticket In time field . 'hey refused to ender can- didates on any other ticket Ch""ln. ' It'uiuuermmts lemumormihlzeml. SIDNEY . Neb. , Aug. 22.-Speciai.-The ( ) silver democrats failed to cal a cenventon , owIng to their lack of orgmlzaUon. The ad- mlnlraton democrats have thus far tale I , to issue a call. Time Illnlorats oC ehfyenno county are luamlig I domoralzeJ and wi have poor ! IIcklng : In Ihls campaign ! ' . ! 'II'.r 111) ' ( 'liii rues Irlh , ' . ' ) ' . hiiLlthiliUiit1 , I'n. , 4img. 22.-t'tmiteui , States Senator Quay rale to 13rrlsllrJ this afternoon nlHI will remain tutu after thl' 1 republcan stale convelton , which I to Ieet next Thu llay. A caucus of his followers ha been called to melt In thll city on TUesday - day ovonimig . Slnator QUI ) ' toni/lt Issled the followIng atntpment : "The leathers of the combinaton against Inc hnve gtven till all hope of 11..tn mmie except I ) lHalS of time direst briber of fifteen or twenty of the ' ' been I delegates who have hiherto favorable to II To nrcomllsh this re- I stilt . agent or the comblnl will be sent to almost every cOlnt } In the state. Thew ' peoiuie wi tlmpt time len who hn\e been electell delegates with large stuns of mOlf ) ' . I hope iiiy frletls \\1 be on their ! uart anti will Irompl ) ' take 1fISlrl'S to make 11111e the efforts or the combine bribers amid wi spefdUy brImug Ihem to justice. Wihout uch Ilesperate methO1 I Is 1m. pOPslhle for me to lose control of the con- . " - - vemmthon. \enton. . E-llmiuik Ir."I.I"lt 1'llh'I'I."t. . IUTCINSUN , Kan. , tmg. 22.-A. J. Lusk , arrested In Oregon . as rrom Wlchln I prohabl the eX-llreshlent of the Iltitcimin' son Naton31 bank , whIch failed herr two years ago. lie was Imlclell by the L'imitcuh States grand ( Jur for laklng false entrlts In tile bank's books. as was also time cushier and liresid'ent. The later two appeared and were mmcqtiittetL l.m1 ] failed . to appear. beIng In MexIco at the timime. Ils I bond was tie. . elated forfeited. I Is not known that aimy other charges arc a/lln8 him. and It Is bnp. pOed here that his nonapl1elrnnce at the arrest. Ummitetl States court IB the reason for hIs p IhJ..C ' 1 11 Ilu'rIIII. SAN FRANCISCO . Aug. 22.-Secretary of War Lamout will probahbt called upon to settle a tispute hetween the local memblr of the American Halwl ) union and time com- mumatuding oilhcer at tIme Presidio. Th ' ex- 1811ng olcer strikers took exception to the InscrI11ton. "Murderell by Strikers " which hll been Illaced on a ) monument erectell over the graves of four soMlen , who " 'C e killed 1 In a rdlwllY wreck -durlnK the great strike I Ylor ago. Gelfrl Oraham luau been apkl,1 , to 11\0 the objectionable InRcrlpton lem\'ll amid Ir he doe8 10t tie FO by next MOI1la ) ' an appeal wi be taken to . the secretary of war. Fit Ihi.ut Co1. . . . . 01 I Sehieiiuie. PITTSBUHa , Aug. 22.-The wage commit. tee of the window glass lanufacturers and workers failed to agree and adjourned sino die. There Is only ] a difference of 2\ \ per cent between the lemants of time " 01 ken and what the manufacturers are wlnp to lId ) lnt this may bo compromled later There Is strong fPlng against a strike abti the manurlcturerl now holding out may be forced to &In the bcale by time compJnles who ! have airot1y done bO startIng up their mJs , The wages of the presseti ware , moders : , en- graver , etc. , welo Ixell at hart ) ear's scale. p Mines 11111ICh " ' 1 f. . IS1IPRMING , Mich. , Aug. 22.-'ho Lake Superior Iron company has 111er time fires from under the boilers at its No . 7 orktngs amid the mine began to I with water tclhy , Some of the strikers at Negaunee have no ! . fir-il the management ot time Burralo group 01 minIs that I Ihey atempted to stop time pumps there \\oult he bloojshed , as tin trillerR 11d not itropse to allow the cOimipan ) to take sucim decisive steps towartl a genera doze dowmi. This threat is not approved o by thm unIon amid was precipitated by a fe Irresponsible persons. 'l'u'ius : Fever I ii I I I I umois Cut C Ic. MOUNT S'rERLING , Ill. , Aug. 22.-Con. siderable excitemnemmt hirevatla lucre mmmnon local stockunemm. Time cattle of liomner Van devemiter , one of the mmmoat prommiinent stock. mcmi in liroii'ti county , are ( iyimmg rapidly , uimt' tue disease has Ueen iironotunced Texas fevel by veterimmary surgeons iiuo tmave lucId am autopsy on the tienti cattle. Timere is a atroni probability thuimt time disease wihl sitreati. Thu state veterimmariummi has becim sent for nmmi ( it hu thought time renialmmther of the Infected iuor will be killemi. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ SCu'u'ruig ( ' liii Ce Co Jui uut mu Cu C. SAN FRANCISCO , Aug , 22.-'The steamem Australia , fromim lionolumiti , yesterday brougim : word of a rate war from honolulu to Yoke hammia between the Pacific Mail and time Oregoi Railway and Navigation comnitamly , Tue steerage ago rate ivas ctmt from $27 to $9. Tue Sai Frammcisco agent of time Oregon ltailway amt Navigation comnpammy announces lila corn jetty hew i'IIC UI stezmnmers to uue ujriont will hereafter comimpeto fur passengers as well as freiguut bimsiness. l'oiICht'mii Ilmiuirrel Humuls t'iChi is llihlimg SEATTLE , Aug. 22.-A political femiti that had existed shnco the electiomi last fall re- stilted last night in a shooting affray near Avondale in whmiclm Jooe'im Cicero was killed mmmiii Janmes McCammn i'as mortally wountieti. Cicero simot McCann anti was instantly killed a mommient later by McCann'8 brotimer who timmexpectethly appeared upon the scene , iti'u'ihi'imtuiilt4liot ilimiuseif. GA LVESTON , Tex. , Aumg. 22.-Robert llumtchtins , vice ireitlent of time Clark & Courts company , the largest stationery house in time outiu , mmmmti a son of J. I I , iiutchmiims , imeath of time iieil known innklnmg flrmn of hail. iItmtcimins & Co. . wimile itlayhng tlmi immormuing with a pistol accitientahly shot luimmiseif , death resulting \vitimin arm huoumr. . % iul Cii hiuifluihIiIim Iduu'ziChuuiu. SAN FRANCiSCO , Aug. 22-Charles fllshtop , first vice presbhent of time hank of Cahiformula , in timimu city , has contributed 800- 000 to scimools oimd societies in time hawaiian ialammtis. 'rime mmiommey ha to be used to iromimome time itmtercts of institutions stustained by Lime late Mrs. Bishop 1mm her hifetimmme , 3111) ' I'ai'feh C C hi' Othlei' . LOS ANGELES , Mug. 22.-The contintmeti absence of Lieuutemmant Governor Millard in responsible for a rminuor that ummmder time lai tue iieutcnamt governor will forfeit hits c'flice if lie Is not lucre insltle of one week , \vhmeiu lie vill hmmuve beemm abbent in Michigan for a continmmous period of sixty days. ( \ ( your Soap" ' f\Shave soap makers say , cs- pecially i f you're washing delicate things. No' , in the name of common sense , what's the use ? \\T1cn you CR11 get Pearline , in jowder form for this very reason , why _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ do you want to work over soap , VhiC1I , if it's good for \ anything , gets very hard and difficult to cut. t Besides , ear1ine is vastly better than any powdered soap could be. It has all the good properties of any soa1)-aIld many more , too. There's something in it that does the work easily , but without harln-much more cisily than any other way yet known. Peddiers and some , unscrupuious grocers will tell you B " this is a good as or " the same a l'earline , " iT'S e11cTa1me FALSF.-i'carline is never peddled. hi i'our rocer sends you imitation. be honest-send ii back. 392 JAMtS'h''l.1 New York , COUNCIL IILUI'F'S , 51 STEA4 DYE WO.IKS : All kinds of Dyeing 'I - ) and Cleaning done iii ' 1 the htgiuest style of the art. Irudcui amid : 4tre.N ' d- staimum-ti fabrics mad. OYEWO to look as good as new , Work promptly r - - - done and delivered in all parts of the country , Bend for price 11.1. 0. it. _ uiCii.tv , . . . Proprltt , - , , Droadway , at&t North. . ' . . wuj.rn Depot , CouucU 111uU , , Iow sL l1. $1I3cccham's $1 $ ) ? arc for bilious. ncssi bilious headache , dyspep. sia , heartburn , torpid Iivcrdiz. ziness , sickhcadachebad hi the mouth , coated tongue , ; loss of appetitesallow skinetc , , when caused by constilation ; and constipation is the most frequent cause of all of them. Go by the book , l'ilIs ioc and a box , Book free at your druggist's orwrite B. F. Allen Co. , 365 Canal St. , t New York. Annuah pate. mole than 6OO C ) ) box. . . iUsMiti an Woiueii \\'im nrc alt trol.en , ( iii , time restmlt of exceas.i of any kind , ihiottiti t.uuow that Nerve Food Pills , % rA cmi umnftmuhlng remuieiy. They with umuko yams ra 5 , tutu'y mu lii mt'e ? ' ti potmnd , tmmutm , oken Sitimmi. mer nuuul lvi Ii restol e the l umeter to ( tie eye , tn4 cIntletty to the smell. it ntm lure atiitcie.t um'lthi ncmvt'tts , it.n uhcu' oC nuts' it mmmi y.tm mmeti t tuna Cot' tile ? ' ltt'uI.i ) ti' NIl5\'l g'i'ittU"rt'mtfl tim ! . , , ' , . . ' ' ' , tmmtukt' 3 ( iii f.h as tm 'im-.I tub feI. t'emit 5'- ctirei ) ' petmuci on receipt of $5.00 , C tuoxes for 11.0) . Shran & McCooII Drug Co 1513 Dotige Street. HI 1 0 A Searks & Sai'les itic FarnamuSt. Si1ZGIALIST3 , , All formmmm , of Bioott asia . -rm Shdoi Dici'ios , Syimlieli. . I , Outoti for iifo uaimd tiio pol' . , . son thnurouglmiy ciomsumsed . fromx t hue ii st'imu. - ' m LADlE gh'emi careful , : 'u\ ' \smmi . .Imcclai mittemutiun for miii fI . 1S'2tln'lr ( tinily pecumilmur miii- \ ) , GL'.t , , r ) . ( iitVuirietucuie , ilydrouole , ( Jun. Lot.iuuhoot \ \ x7ti A TI' IUTt'tT ' 1'L'ALITY WEAK ) vy L4ttI. LI1UL made so by too close up. phication to buslimes or study severe mumental strain or grief SEXUAL XCESSES lm middle life or iroumm time effects of yoUtlmful I tollte , cli yirlti readily to our now treat. , , 'nt fumr lot's of vital power. t Your tmouhhes if out of the city. 'V Thousan'is cured at home by cor- tespondenee , CONRIT.TATION FilER. . fluSAurlec z a'irlnc Ei.rnsmn , . , U Ui lt. ) e uiui iJg Ouiuuiimm , I bLUJ puIs I fl ! I'rimntIryCme , r ondaryOrTna tisry Sf111115 ; 'crmnuumently cured In 15 to 35 daTp. Veui cue t mm tipated at hmonmo tot the samoa price umntier same guturiiumty. It yoUproferto romeo herO we % , lI Comttrmtc $ . to PRY ratiroad fare anti l'cutoi bimms. and iso rbsruzo.tf 'efaiitocture. ifyou have tnkemm met' . ' eury , Iodide potash , anti still htivo aches anti ' . patnsMucous I'utcimginnmmouttuSoroTluroat , t'lnmptes , titupper ( ulored Spots , Uiccrn on . toy part of the bo.ty , hair or E3'abrom's 1st1in I Qut , It ii tumift Syphuiiltlo ) ( ) ) I'OigON ( hit ova gtlmrauteo to cure. Ve sommelt the ititt't obuti' r .iate eases anO ciishiutiigu , the worhi for * I riuo we canmmot cimee. 'i'ht. u1i'ease hn uIwuiye . baffled tifl' sMiti ej' the moat euulmmeiut ; ihuysI- : Claus , .5ooOoO capital bohinti aims uncomsull. - Imonuul guaru.niy.itSoItitrmJrorte ssflt , sMed on ( , uppilcntton 4ddress ( : ( ) Oi ( ItiiEUY CO. , I Uo Maaow"m Teenhtlo. ( ifljjtJ , ILL. if EVERY WOMAN u romnetirmues imt'e.iuu a reiiablo 'a ituoittiuly ru'gmmltmthrmg L DR. PEAL'S ; PENNYRDYAL pILLS - A5'3trflmttt.tfo mmittieertainin result. Timegenu. I 'no ( [ ) r 1'efmh'uu mt.'verulistmnpctnt Sent anywhere , i $1.00 , Sherman & McConnell Drug Co. , 1112 : Dedgo street. Omaima. Neb. New FOLDING BEDS t v Ii klvI : Ti T ( i ; _ _ . , _ _ i' 4 Time effect most tiesireti in a Fohduiig Be Is tutu it shall be anytiulng but a bed by tiny aimmi miotiuing but a btI Ity nigiut. Step by step we imave imnlmruvi'ui It at both thueso points , arid the iroithinme TIed as now perfecteti Is a triumniphu of ingemmuity. iiy nighut it is a full fasiuiouietl , luxurious beti with imot lime silglmtest suggestiomu of the ' 'cabineti , criluhued , comiuimuetl' ' berth above it. TIme sities are oiuemm their etmtlre loimgthi , anti the bemi couulti nmat Ito ( ietectcti from a regular - lar betlstead. Fimrthmermnore , in this beul there Is a perfect systemn of vemuthlation timrouh- out tue day , and this remimoves tue last possible - sible ohtjectioiu to a foimiing beth. In tue day time vhmen this hmed is "made mu , , " its owmuer would not ho able to recog- nlze it. hiumy no folding lied of any imiake until you ) ai'o personally examnineti our Leuls. h'ricea lronm $10 to $50. CHAS.SHIVERICK & C Fsirttltuirc amid Drapcrlcss. 12th itmid lotiimt Stm'ccts. iiris'r ' NATEUAL llAI ( ---OF-- - - - - - Conitcil Bluffs , Iowa. CAP1'l'AL , - - $ lOO,00 SOiiCl'I' ' ( tUht h1USIHSf1. % Il I ) lS1 Ii H VI ) I II Ct ) l.l.lC'i'lOS , l ) , ii OI' 'itt I Oi.li1' il.tiCS IN to % 'A :1 i'Elt CH'l' i'A I I ) 4) ' 'I' I .t l' t ) lIi'ial'l'hi ( , .tI i tcis tit Us nit % 'htt't'Id. Attuuram'y..uml-t45uv , sl.Is & BAINBRIIGt ) . l4 t'ractlee iii this State blmui Federal Courts. Rooms rart. Block. Counems Bluffs , Iowa. eiiI BIi CLOINYiVAL'LTS CLGANSD. 1uI UtumItumatV.S. itemer's , t38 liruudmm'&uy , _ _ 1'oIt i mm.m : on 'rltAiII A i'INBI.Y tIRED rUmunhrc ItoiC , mcliii imigim tmmucht iect'ud , 5U0d rca.tumua for selling , Atidrmia or pull at 1121 litoadway. _ _ _ - - 1'Ott ithNT , SRVr. 1 , 1531 COItNltt t3'roiul- reomum , lariso , in S.uitli tuwk. Ittenim ; heat. , _ ctrailyJt.te. I : , Ii. Silicate lit ( 'a , VAN'1'It ) . A (1001) 011th Volt ( iLNl1itAI. hOUbWumk crud good cisle. 701 SixHi muvenue. 1-Oil SAI.i : , l"iitST-Ci.ASS 1mSTAUIIAN'ri eierytluieig in ezt'ellnt conditioim , a imiap It Oiiien it'tn. J , I ) , Jtjhutuuuu , ill JJivadW&i' . Countil Bluffs.