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NEWS FROMCOUNCIL _ BLUFFS. i
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J. n. McPhlron , forist : telephone 214.
U cost 11. P. Ne1on bflt &
I. n a $0 bil to lecorato
tie countenance of : . Salsman.
Services are to be rrslmld In the First
CongregUonal dlul'ch next Sanday.
The Council BItifh aNsoclatlon Is
COlncl JIII no\ln aHsodaton
. to give a party this evening at the lalle.
Grand hotel , Council fluffs. Newly fur-
Ilshe < . Ieolell Oct. 1. 1. F. Clark ) prop.
The Women's Ielef corps \1 meet In
regular session thIs aferMon a 2:30 : o'clock.
UnIty GuIld wIll hall a specIal mEetIng
this afternoon at the home of : Irs , HarrIs
Instead of Mrs. Hoberts , os formerly ' an-
nOlncNI ) : ,
The republIcan county conventIon has ben
called to meet In Avoca September I : The
caucuses are to bo held 01 the prevIous
Saturday.
t . < ay.
3 Z. ilether ! , charged with stealIng a calf
; belonging to C. A. Knotts , has hall his
J case ' continued by JustIce Cook to the 6th
of next month.
The school hoard , will hold a brIef meetIng
wil meetng
. tonight for the purpose at fixIng lP the COl-
. tracts with the teachers and amount of al.
Dry that each II to receIve durIng the next
! school year.
, 1 Special meeting of ExcelsIor ledge No. 259 ,
I Ancient Free I and Accept Mazon , I'rillay
evening , for work In the stcond Ilegree. Vis-
. . lng brethren cordIally Invited. fly order of
: i the worshIpful muter. :
, ( John Webster who was charged wIth be.
, Ing mixed UII In the Shaler assault , was
discharged yesterThy there being nothing
, . ' to show that ho took any pat In the affair
. beyond that of a Ilecemaller.
Depuly SherIff DaIly or St. Paul arrived
, last night and wl take Caralan back to
? , J t that city to answer to the serious charge at
4J , assault with Intent to commit mur < ler. Car-
4 ahan's wife was there with a young baby
. In her arms to bid her husband good by. I
; Harl"on and Vine streets were put In
4 shape again yesterday for travel. A good
1 ; many thousand hard burned brIck were ro-
I qulrcd to complete the vomc. A few more
$ good rain storms will settle the questIon or
? block pavIng on the hIllsIde streets. The
( \ streets wIll be paved wIth brick by pIece-
t meal and at the city's expense.
The district court adjourned yesterday
: ' ! t' afternoon In deference to the old settlers'
reunion and to permit a number of tha wIt-
* . ' nesses , juror anti litIgants to attend. 'he
i.j ; forenoon was given to hearing testimony h.
the Manawa railway case. S. I' . : lacConnel
, q1 was on the stand for hIs recross-axainlnation ,
Su1f whIch was not fnished when court ad-
c ? : oumned.
. , The Omaha BrIdge and Terminal Hnl-
. , way company has fed an IpPlal In time dls- I
I trfct court against the assessment of the
k east half ot Its bridge at 30000. The acton
I , .1 IB against both time cIty and county boadl
' 4\ c or equalization , hut the county has already
'I . fled a motion to be relIeved from the liga-
.t. ton , on tIme ground that the county Is not .
. properly joined.
! ( A young man giving the name at Wayne-
wright lePherson was locked up last night
on the charge ot rorgery. lie atempted to
pass a check for $10 at O. C. Urosvn's.
Drown Is familiar with J. H. lcPherson's
- signature. which appeared on the check and
caused the young man's arrest. At the po-
4 lIce staten the penman salll he lad recently
been employed by J. U. McPherson.
Peter Deehtels Is being talked or strongly
as supervisor of the poor and his friends
are circulating a petition urging nls claims
upon the county board , Mr. Dechtele II an
011 citizen , and bas not only added to the
city such permarent Improvements as the
Dechtelo house , hut In tle earlier year he
used both money all energy In advancing
the Interests of this city. To him , as much
as tn anyone man , was due the locating or
the termInus ot the Union Pacific here.
! , ' The water Is standIng at a higher level In
Lake Manlwa at the present tIme than It
) has at any time durIng the past two years.
, The rise hu been caused by the , late heavy
, raIns and the great food or water that has
, poured In from Mosquio creek. . The water
yesterday morning was leaving the base or
the planking at Colonel Heed's pavilion.
The high stage permits all classes at craft
to pass over the bar , and the boating and
bathing parties that are arranged for tonight
will have royal opportunities for fine sport.
There were no new dovelopmentl In the
saloon war yesterday. County Attorney
Saunders gave a very emphatic expression
to his denial that the cases were brought
with hIs knowledge or consent. There was a
rumor to the Elect that the saloon men
. were preparing to go after Mr. Shea good
and hard -lnd another supplemental rumor
to the elect that two saloon men had been
called before the grand jury presumably
. In relation to some saloon injunction cases
that were started several months ago and
allowed to drop.
A little joke 19 being quietly told at the
expense at a well known gentleman to , ; hem
' 1I. ' the soubriquet of judge still clings. Wednes-
day night he was uptown until a later hour
than usual , and when he reached hIs home
was appalled at time discovery that ho hall
lost his night key. his beautiful home Is
p safely guarded by anti-burglar devices at all
wlllowl anti dooms , and they bathed his
most persistent attempts to get In. Ills wife
Is a sound sleeer anti a Ito hard of hear-
Ing and In ho tm's assault on the house fale(1
eIther to effect a breech In the walls or
arouse any or the Inmates. 1e , occupied a
room In the Grand hotel and told his wire
charming story the next day about being
luddenly called out at .town on business anti
time two joined In execrating the messenger
" boy who ( ailed to . deliver the judge's loiter
- * written just as the train was startIng.
t. \tl. Farm loans made In western Iowa at low-
\ est rates. No delay In closIng leans. F'iro
and tornado Insurance wrItten In best of com-
, panies. Ilrgalns In real estate. LOUGEE
& TO\VLE 235 Pear St.
ILtlSIEKFItS' 1XCUItSiON.
\ . JurlnAtou nouc .
10 2t.
August 29. September altI
Low rates to various poInts In the south
o southwest . west and northwest. For full In-
. . - ilrnatlon cal on or ahress
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The Genuine Round Oak Furnace Is the
'V' iame success that the GenuIne Round Oak
" lmo succes
. - heater is. Air-tight , gas-tIght , burns any
" lUnd of fuel and Ie" of I than any other
furnace msde. Lowest prlcel. Cole . & Cole .
4 MaIn St. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Head Davll' ad. Davis cells hammocks
theap. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Hardman all Standard pianos , 13 N. 16th.
. 1'LitSONAL1'AItAGit.tI'IIS.
Mrs. Cherrington antI her son . Dennie ,
are vtiting friends In Gibbon , Neb.
W. S. Wright of Dubuque was In the city
yesterday visiting relatives anti friends.
The Misses Maud and Nellie Lurlmoro of
Avoca are In the city the guests 01 Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. 1001er.
1. IC. : 10al1ani of Peru , Ill. . was greeting
. . old friend ! here yester < ay. lie was formerly
In the Implement busIness In thus eLty.
Mrs. CV. . McDonald who has been very
ill with sciatIca rheumatism , II 10W thought
to be out ot danger , and her speedy recovery
1 looked tor.
Itov Dr. AskIn hu returned from hIs v-
cltLn and will occupy the pulpit or the
First Congregational church next Sunday a
ususi . morning and evening.
Claude AllchLon hu returned : rom a week's
fishIng at Hock Rapids la. l got an extra
touch or pretty pInk on his cheeks , but had
to content hlnaeU with bullheads , the pickerel -
erel being too shy to bo C.ugh except by &n
expert. . - -
IUnI $ C'I'O nOUTI
.ti , : : ftl - , : : I t 1.1 :
Council Bluffs to Louisville . Ky. . and re-
turn account O. A. H. reunion less than
- . one fare for the round trip. Tickets on sale
September 8. 9 and lb.
O. M. IJI1OWN. Ticket Agent
Your feet need cleaning this muddy
: weather. Than wire mats with your name
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on at the DI'rreo FurnIture company are
the thing _ _ _ _ _ _
"V. . the EaGle laundry IS "that good
Jsundry , " and Is located ) a ' 4 Broadway.
I In doubt about this try It and be convinced.
Don't forget name and number. Tel 157.
n. : Standard plalO next t the Iardma.1
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oil ' Si'I'Tt.I1il4 \HO ltAl'i'Y.
' 1'Jii. ) . .Ut.t lit 111101 Plrl , In.1 111.1
'Ifteir 'l't'ltl11111 Itetiiiinn.
The 111 \ \ lam10 County Old Settlers'
aFolaton held Its tenth annual reunion In
Union park yesterly , antI for one day at
lelst Urn hustlng , bustling prehent was en-
timely burlNI by the dead past. The hour
fxel fOI' the commencement of the exercises
was 10 a. m. . but owing' to the dampness at
time morning and the muddy contllon of
the earth the attendance was very light. ;
But at the afternoon session there was a
full attendance of the members . and a good
man ) ' hUllred people who hall not l\ed In
this world , or this part of I , long enough
to bo entItled to membershIp. Elhu leyers
was called to the chair anti presided with
dignity beyond his yearl. There were but
few varIations from the published program.
Dalhey's band furnished the music. The
opening prayer was male , by 11ev. G. O.
111Cc. Mayor Cleaver delivered a well pre-
pared anti hearty alliress of welcome , which
was respondell to by lon , I ) . C. Bloomner.
Both were mutually congratulatory , and
seemed to go to the right spot In the hearts
or limo old setters prls"nt. The address of
Frank Shinn at Carson was one of the chief
events or time morning , as well ns one of
the best that that eccentrIc statesman hall
recommtiy delivered. I abounded In dry hu-
mar and racy reminiscences , storIes and
fish stories eonnccte'l with the earlier lives
of lany of the people present.
Durlog the recess that lasted from 12 to 2
o'clcck nearly all of the pioneers present
formtl Into little luncheon IHrtles and ate '
their dinners on the seats of the amph'hel-
ter. In the afternoon the attendance was I'
largely increased \ and reached neariy 1,000
pcople. The puhlshed program was carried
out , with the addition of speeches by W. A.
Mynster , Rev Henry Delong and Alred D.
Jones of Omaha , the noblest Roman of them
all. The speech ofr. \ . Jones was particularly -
lary interesting , lie was ameng the first
setters lt the point where Council Bus
now stands , and was the founder as wel as
the namer ct the cHy. lie came here , he
said , with the first trader and built his
e1bln. When the point became the chIef
crossIn for time CalIfornia emigrants thQ
name Council Bluffs had not been appled to :
it . but It was known as Kanesvle , Millers-
yule ! anti a lot of other confu log anti mls-
loathing titles. Two other poInts , one above
tile city and the other below Old Trader's
Point , were known as Council Bluffs. This
math It very coo fusing. and It occurrel to
him to do away wh Kanesvle anti other I
names and cal this place Council Bluffs City , I
'and by means of the more pretentious name
draw alt the travel from the other iocalit'es. I
The plan was adopted and I was but a abort
time until the other places dropped out or
sight. When the postofce was 10clte,1 , here
that settled It. Jones was practclly the
frt mayor of the city. But his ambiton was
not satisfied with rounding one cy. : lie
crossed the rIver and laid the roundatlons i
far the present great city ot Omaha , and had
the honor again of being the frat mayor and
first postmaster. Ills talk abounded In rich
anecdote and he male himself a very warm
place In the hearts of time pe3po : who heard
him tal ( .
Another characteristic speech that was full
of pioneer incident was made hy Hev. Henry
DeLong , the' Good Samaritan who has
brought suoshlne Into EO many squalid homes
In Council Bluffs. lIe came to Council
Bluffs wIth hIs parents when he was a small
boy. The long ovrland trip from the east-
tern home with the ox to3mn was descrIbed.
Henry was the only chid In the famnily . aOl
he bore hIs foil share of the toils or the
long march. Shorty after they came here
and before they had tmo to even erect a
cabin to shelter them both of his parent
were taken sIck and died , and the boy wa
len alone an titter stranger In a wIld land.
Ills sale companIon anti friend was the ram- i
fly dog that had trotted patiently behind - .
hind the old wagon for 1,000 mites. lie described -
scribed how he made a hole In one of the
hillsIdes big enough to contaIn himself and
his rour.rooted frIend , anti dwelt there alone
and friendless until the little hamlet grew
Into a pretentious village and he Into a
study young man , capable of hewing- his I I
way tn the wldernes ! with the other hardy
ploneors. Time dugout home was located In
what IB now known as Turley's Gen , built
UII with stately residences. 1
Don Winchester rel tc some very Inter-
estng exprIencB at ohl ) rormon lay ) .
Addresses were also made : Shirley 011.
land or Genwoo . Sheriff lazen and , others
At the conclusion at the speeches the association -
soiaton elected Its officers for the ensuing
year L. W. Tubbs of Mills county was
chosen president ; J. Muimsinger : tls county ,
first vice president ; H. D. Amy , Council
Bluffs , second vice president : O. C. Gaston.
'remont county , third vice president ; Henry
Ban Malvern , secretary and William
Plumer , treasurer. Several resolutions were
passed , and 1alvern was chosen as the place
for holding the reunion next year.
1\S'r " 'LEi ( 01" 'rlg ilOS'l'ON STOlE
Auu.t ClenrhlA Sale.
This week will close the .nost successful
clearing sale we have ever had.
Only a few summer goods left. For this
week we make extc reductions to close out
odd 10tB.
See bargains offered I hosiery all under-
wear laces and muslin underwear , wash
goods . gloves ' and handkerchiefs , dress goods
and silks , white goods and domestics. I
FOWLEH , DICK & WALKEH.
Council Bluffs , Ia.
Stys lie 11. InJ , .1 111 , ( 'J.
I : lnanI Shoemaker Is not somewhere on
his way to Texas or some other seaport he
has probably put Into execution a threat to
commit sulcldo. Yesterday morning at an
early hour he took the pa'ns to blbe a dirty-
faced , ragged bootblack to carry a leng let-
tom to one or the newspaper ofces , In which
ho detailed his sail experiences In life and
assertc that owing to the differences ot opin-
Ion between himself and wife he had can-
chlle that the best way to end It all was t1
gc ; down to the bridge and jump Into the river
and forget to swim. This Is the last that has
been heard tram Shoemaker.
lie Is a young man who has bmon doing all
around work at St. hiernard's hosp'tal for
several months , and h s'des ding this has
hone sufficient other odd thIngs to attract
attention to himself. A few weekl ago he
posed as the hero c a very Improblbo ! tale
which he brought up from Lake . Manawa , to
the elect that ho had rescued a beautiful
young woman of Omaha from the senauus
grasp or a ravisher but not until he had
knocked him out or the boat , which ShJe-
maker had been engaged to row. This was
subrquenty proved to bo a dream after !
Shoemaker had spent a day or more huntIng
around Omaha for the assailant ot the gIrl
and the girl herseH. .
The young man'l mother lives at 1918 S'xth
avenue and Inquiries there last nlh' elc-
Ied the tact that the famiy Ild not appear
to bo seriously alarmed over the mQsenco cf
the man and the adhlonal fact that he had
Inrormc h's fro:11 : c h's intention of start-
Ing for Texas at once Is last vIsit there
was on the procedlng evening when he ted :
hIs mother that he anti his wife had sep-
aate I anti that ho was gJlng to hades or
Tcxas. Ills wire , who Is stopp'ng at 7lG
Ninth avenue ev'need little inte-est when
told of the sUlp'elon that her husband m'ght
have committed ! s lcl < e.
We hare leased the I. G. Inot ! 8 Co.
coal yards and will fursh ! all kinds of e9al.
weighed on city scales. ton and over without
extra charge. A. J. Deed & Co.
Time lard man piano wins many friends.
Si'iiy 10ulh 'rrl'N to 11 ' Al.lIiRl.
A great commotion was created In the eUy
jail shortly after supper lat evening by that ,
wel known gentleman , Sely ltough who Is '
boarding there on a thirty day contract. lie
has not been ' feelIng well for several days ,
but he managed to eat I god healthy supper
last nlgbt. Half an hour afterward he be-
Jln to comlllan ! ot severe pains In his chest.
The jailer's attention was attracted and with
a reporter he made an exmInaton of the
unhappy young man. He } bathed In cold
perspiration . hIs face drawn and features
pInched . lips blue and lila lingers clInched
until the naIls were drIven Into the palmi.
Ivery slptom was that of a genuine con-
vulion and the suspIcion that be had suc
ceeded In gettIng some poison Into hIs stom-
acb was apparently wjrran ed. City
Ph.lel& 1rellor : U ! ltY aum-
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mooed , and after giving a hypodermic -
mic dose of 10rphia all an nib-
pahic dope of whIsky without effect , hall hIm
removed , to the Womnen's Christian Associa-
ton hospLtal He was certainly a very sick
man or magnificent actor At midnIght he
W resting cOlrortbly on the clean hesplal
bed , and apparently enjoying It. He will be
kept \ In the hospital until he recovers.
itUX.IXi IIISI.S 1I11. : IN I'I.I' : N'I' \ ' .
Souse ut ( hit 11.t.t ) ' ( ) it. . A lrcl.I y ut
the Jrh"hlJ I'url.
There never was a larger gathering of
horses seen at the driving park than are
now being brought In for the running meet
which opens tomorrow. Clem Creveling will
act as judge and Ichml : Dwyer as starter.
There will be a foreign book and eight local
books. The stables are filling up rapidly and
a telegram last night stated that four more
carloaltl would arrIve during the night.
Among the well known stables Is that of IL
C. Jordon , time Birds stables with Robert
Marks as traIner and Charles McIntyre as
jockey. In this stable are SChuyldl , Roy ,
Paulette , Censor , I alrlght , : Iontel , Mon-
teiio . Southerner , Southernest , F'lorelia , Lau-
rela , Darwin \\'edgewood. Mohican , Hock
HIll and AnnIe E. This stable has won sev-
ent-nlne races this year.
Henry Simons' stable has Collector . Dessle
Yeiser , guna , Wile L. , Wid Briar Ernest
I. , Fannie Hunt. Ills jockey Is II. Wilson .
Time stable or Joe Roberts has Josephine ,
Brown Dick Longfellow , Trenton and 101
Tax ; Sam Mason Is the jockey. Phi Gil-
man's stable has Imported Woohey , GeM
1)ust. C'antha and Alva ; Vancnmp , jocitey. ,
A. C. McCatferty's stable has Serf Ida \Vag-
ner , Ella Penzancl. Driwood , Austn Gus
Strauss. Charles Weber Tremor : Helf Is
the jocley. 0. 1' . Kerel has Little Nell ,
VIoleta and Pearly Mills : Corder Is time
Jockey The stable of H. C. Denson con-
tains I.eonlI , Monk Overton , Tensprln anti
John Stewart : C. Johnson , jockey. Charles
lcCaerty's stable has Vlrglule , One mOe ,
Orey Goose , Mist , tdio Valera : Hell Is his
joclley. W. I. . Thompson has W'edgafieid ,
Hlu Honor , Wnnda T. John P and : orlleck :
J. Davis , jockey. L Sporonl has Oeorgle
Hamln , Amneiente Idylo anti Invade ; Sea.
man Is his jockey. Joe Icemns' stable has
Victor n , Thurman and Oel Mills ; T.
Leigh , jockey. J. Strode has Bridget , Abc
Holstea,1 and Augustus : W. Williams , jockey.
If. Laird has Little Eli , Rattler , Bill Arp
and Arkansas Traveler : A. WillIams Is his
jockey. P. Stanton has Joe Hammon anti
Little Chap , Has coo being tile jockey. Paul
Ktiykentlall's stable has Virgin and Enxp
B1et , with Mooney as jockey ; O. W. Crock-
ett has The Clown and Maple Iear. AI
Orth hal' Marble Hock all three others.
Last night a telegram was received , stating -
Ing that some of the best known In the land
would reach here thIs morning tram Chicago ,
among them Imported Percy Joe Murphy.
Illan C , Lala ltookh Bertha D all
Vishnu Marte Bergen , the jockey who
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won the Brooklyn handicap two seasons In I
succession , Is to be here to ride them. '
Nev Huhnl ) ' (1"lu .
One of time largest and finest audiences
ever seen In the Dohany opera house wps
there last night , both to see "Alahama"
anti the new theater that had been buIlt
lpon the ruins or tha old. In both Instances
they were fully repah\ The play was ex-
celenL and the house beautiful , brilliantly
lighted , purely clean and comfortably seated ,
and the audience realized that Manager . .ijon
bad redeemed his pledge anti Is entitled
to cal the house the "New Dohany. " Every
seat In the house was sold before the cur-
tain went up and for the first time In
many years general admission tIckets could
secure nothIng better than standing room.
A feature of the evening was a numh or
thetlr parties. Mr. and Irs. Howard Bat-
tenhauer had a box party of eighteen . who
were taken after the close of the play to
tha Granll hotel and given luocheon.
Tonight "The Tornado" Is to be presentell.
C. D. kindergarten opens September 2.
The Hardman piano Improves with use
QUChilt IO"'A l'OI.llIOAI. METiCODS .
Adllt nn.1 ; II.IHUI CUIlt ) . Stllturlll
COln' 'Itul Cun'CleH II ' 'UU' '
WINTEnSET , Ia. , Aug. 29.-Speclal ( Tele-
gram.-Three ) thousand ballots have been
I cast In the Adair amid Madison county sena-
tonal conventon without a choIce. The con-
venton Is In session In the woods on Hddle
river , between the two counties , each or
which has eleven delegates and a candidate.
I Is hel,1 , In the woods because neither county
would consent to Its being held In the other
county Hence the chairman sits with afoot
root In each county , and the delegations are
divided by the line. Incumbent Senator Ki-
bur of ) 'ontanele , Adair county and W. II.
Price or \\Interset , Malison county are can-
didates. The Greenfield Transcript Is print-
Ing daily editions , wi" Us press In the woods
at the conventIon , for the delegates and theIr
friends to the number of 3,000 who are camp-
log at the place. I Is called time Senator.
The place at the convention L ten miles tram
a' railroad or town , and the news from It Is
brought to Wlnterset by couriers.
JAIL n Il'I IAr CLINTON.
Eight , 10"1 Criminals Drill 'helr
\"lty to 1.lhcrt' .
CLINTON , la. . Aug. 29.-Speclal ( Tele-
gram.-Elght ) prisoners escwed tram the
county jai here last night by driing a
piece out of the Iron cage plate. Onc outside
the cage they made their way to the roar i
and lot themselves down with a rope made I
out of bed clothes. Those missing are : W. T. '
Stewart fire bug ; James Jones , G. M. Miller ,
burglars : Merrit King Elmer Terry , rob-
hers : G. P. Daniels , forgery ; Y. Johnson ,
arson : Herman Kelly . swindler.
Xc , ' 'h'IIhlue CUmllll ) ' Orgammlxe.1 : .
DES MOINES , Is . Aug. 29.-Speclal ( Tele-
gram.-The ) Phoenix National Telephone com"
pany has fed articles of Incorporation here.
The capital stock Is $1,000.000 , anti the Incorporators -
porators are Charles : . Waterbury , John W.
h'aris Noah J. Clad reier , Charles A. Meeker ,
Gould H. Rhodes Jacob Frankie , George W.
Hadley amid J. M. Smith . The general nature -
ture of the busIness will bo that of a con-
etructlon company Including owning , operat-
Ing and managing telephone exchanges , plants
and instruments and constructIng , owning ,
managing and operating steam and electrIc
railways , Including applIances and necessary
real estate connected therewith . and constructing -
structng and operating gas and electric
light , power plants water plants , all construction -
structon 'ot vehices propelled by electricity
or other power.
M.re ' 1'lnl u 'UII.1 11".h't..I.
SIOUX CITY. Aug. 29.-Speclal (
Telegram.-A ) decree of foreclosure has been
granted by Judge Shlras In the federal court
In favor or the Trust Company of North Amer-
Ia I on -00,000 ot first mortGage bonds ,
which It imolds agalnr the Sioux City Termt-
nal Railroad and Warehouse company. The
unsecured creditors . representing nearly
$1,000,000 , fought the bonds on the groun(1 (
that the mooney they were to secure was
never actually paid by the Trust compan to
the Terminal that the Indebtedness was In
excess of the company's legal limitation .
and that the bonds were \ violation ot the
law of perpetuite and trusts because based
on a nlnety-ntne year lease . Theme objec-
tons were all overruled The creditors will
form a new company to carry out the orIginal
plans _ _ _ _ _ _ _
l'I"IH't'r I"ntll ) ' IIJlr.,1 t ) ' n Tratim .
TOLEDO , 1mm. . Aug. 29.-Speclal ( Telegram )
-Joseph Davis , an early setter In this
county . was struck by a train about two
mIles west of Tama. Several ribs were bro-
ken and he continues uncunscious I II
thought his InjUries will prOVe fatal ,
: IINII CIt'a Nev Church
MASON CITY , la. , Aug. 29.-Speelll ( Tale-
g'rammi.-Tbe corer stone of a Baptist church
wal laid here this afternoon with approprIate
ceremonies. The edifice Is to bo one of the
finest In upper Iowa and to cost , complete
$20,000. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
JIINNII ! Mt'rclsiint HClrl1 Prom. I
BOONE Ia . Aug. 9.-Speclal ( Telegram. ) ,
-W. II. Jennings . the missing shoe dealer I
was heard from today telegraphIng to his
wife from CincInnati , O. 10 said nothIng I
of why hu wen I
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FEDERAL AUTIOUnliS'STEP IN
-ft . .
Ohlcgo's Drainage Oannl"mt Puely I
State Entrppsp . . .
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MUST BE UNDER NATIPNXl CONTROL
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llAJnrerl Ullr" lcl..C/ Secretory ! -
tory ' I.um.nt hut the , . CI'ut'rll
Go't'rlmclt hilts 1'I 'ell Iii -
tcn..t In the ) . , . ( .
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WAShINGTON , Aug. 9.-T'he report of the
Board ot 1nglneer. consistIng at Colonel
Poe anti Majors Hulner and Marshal , ap-
polnte(1 ( by the secretary of war to examine
all report on the prbablo elect at thu
Chicago draInage canal upon lake harbor
levels was made publIc by Secretary Lament
today. The board suggelted that the canal
Is not solely a state affair , but says that as
son as It shall bo used for navigation It
will become a national waterway and that
federal supervision mlstbe extended to I In
due time. The board discusses at some
length the water levels of the great lakes ,
pointing out that these levels are a delicate
mater anti ( sUbject to many changes.
The report makes no definite suggestions
except to point out the necessity for actual
measurement to determine the effect of the
canal upon . the lake and harbor levels.
"U " says the report , "the new outlet
should reduce the level of Lake Michigan
and Huron about six Inches the effect will
be produced In full In about two years. I
Is not , then , a Ilueston ot many years , as
some suppose. " _ _ _ _ _ _
1'1.1"1 un'BU ISI.I l'Uult.mU LANI )
Iii tercsl Itii let.bptlutm of tlit lii I erior
IIC'rt..tIJ 1).t'I.I.u .t IIC'rllr
1"I'nrhll.ut Ih'lnthlA C t'hrl.I.I.
WASi IINGTON . Aug. 29.-Speclal ( Tell
gram.-The ) acting secretary at the Interior
today approved the application or NUes Larsen -
semi for a survey of an Island In the Plate
river In section 18. townshIp 1 north , range
- 4 west , arid sections 13 and 14 , townshIp H
north , range 5 west , 6th prIncipal meridian ,
Nebraska , south of Island No. 1 ( Baker's Island -
and ) and Island No.2. This Island Is noted
on the map or the survey of ISG , but the surveyors -
veyors neglected to meander the same although -
though It contains about 100 acres. A con-
tenton was also made that It was a part of
another claIm , but the acting secretary rules
that It Is unoccupied public land , an,1 , orders
that a survey be made.
The acting secretary of the Interior today
rendered decisions In time following lard
contests : Iowa-Cedar Rapids & Missouri
River Railroad company against Wilam H.
SmIth , Des Moines dIstrict ; decision rejectIng
company selection amrmed Smih made ap-
plcaton before a map of definite location
was fed by the compauy. South Dakota-
In re Charles A. Ilosfomd . Michel district ,
decIsion ammnmed. TImber culture imeid for
rejection for the reason that applIcation was
fed after law. passage of act repealing timber
' . ' ( ) l'ltld'LiN'l' OOI.I.ISIO A' SEA.
Nev Hnh' Under C.nIHI.lerntnu ly '
I hit- U"lc.1 SClh' " umsil 1'"Alnl.l.
WAShINGTON . Aug. 29-Tho _ prospect for
the international acceptance ofthe Washington -
ton rules to prevent collisions at sea Is reported -
porte bright by Navigation Commh.sloner
Chamberlain , who has just retqmned from an
Inrormal consultation with Ambassador Bay-
ard and the Blltsh authoritIes ' upon the sub-
ject. After the assent o'r mme.rly all marI-
tuna natIons to the rules had , been secured
last year by the United States Great BrItain
In F.bruary. joined by other powers , asked
delay until the rules could be sent to a par-
lamentary committee. I ThIs committee .
which was about to render a general favor-
able report , came to an ehd with the abrupt
dissolution or Parliament .upon' the defeat of
limo into mlnlstr ) A new committee must
bo appointe and ' , the' desire of
time Unltetd States that the commitee be
appointed at the present session or Par-
lament has been clearly Indicated to the
BrItish government. Delay In appointing the
committee untIl February might impede
acton by congres , should any be necessary ,
and It Is expected that Parliament will show
the same courtesy to time United States
which congress at the last session showed
to Great Drltaln.
' 'unOUGI 'l'iiE UgB ZONE.
New Order lssucdh.ySecretmiry for this
Treasury ou Imllrt. to : 'iicx1ct
WASHINGTON , Aug. 29.-The secretary of
the treasury today Issued the following cir-
cula to collectors at customs further modi-
tying the circular or July :4 , 1895 , relative
to the transportation at goods In bond
through the Mexican free zone : "I having
been represented to this department that merchandise -
chandise transported In bond throtmgh the
United States to Interior points In Mexico
beyond the Ilnll at the free zone Is Invariably -
bly entered at the Mexican custom8 house
on the frontier , whence It Is forwarded after
full duties are paId collectors are Instructed
that the consular verificatIon provided for
by the order or July 24 , 1895 , wUI be at the
Mexlcn frontIer said order being modifed
so as to provide for the consular verification
fca lon
for the district through whIch time merchan-
disc was Imported , and they shall certify that
the merchandL has pased beyoud the limits
of the free zone , and shal require satisfactory
evidence or payment of the full anti regular
luHes ! as anessed by the government ot Mex-
leo on goods destined for points beyond the
limits or the tree zone. "
NevN for the Arl ) ' .
WASHINGTON , Aug. 29.-Seclal ( Telo-
gram.-Flrst ) Lieutenant William ( W. Quin-
ton . assistant surgeon , Is relieved at Fort
Riley and will report at Fort Logan for
temporary duty to relieve CaptaIn Louis A.
L'carde , frst assIstant surgeon , who will
report at Boston for duty as attending sur-
geon and examiner ot recruits.
The following named ofcers are relIeved
as military Instructors , anti will join their
batteries and companies : First Lieutenant
\\'altor H. Gordon , Eighteenth lnfammtry LouIsiana -
Isiana State university , Baton ltotmge September -
tember I ; First LIeutenant DavId D. John-
son , Fifth artillery , St. Luis university ,
October 1 ; First LIeutenant WillIam G. m-
llott . TweUh Infantry University of Alabama -
bama , Tuscaloosa 'county September 1.
Major Stephen W. Grosbeck judge ad-
vocate Is granted leve for two months ;
Major Charles D. Penrose commissary at
subsistence , one month extended.
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WASHINGTON . Aug. I' L-.s . , . a result of
the recommendations of , thl Jhlcago Drain-
age Canal board , the Engineer corps of the
War department will make observations and
take measurements so a determine the
probable elect at the oIjrat\on \ of the proposed -
posed canal upon the leveL rr ' .he great lakes.
No further steps can bo take until this Is
accomplished , and It Is announced that the
observation will h start -II-son as prac-
ticable . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
COIArt..lolll 1.lhlli AteountN.
WAShINGTON . Aug ; -Llbrarlan of
Congress SparaId today. rM'arded to the
Treasury department a satnent of his accounts -
counts , covering a perloi : .jnt yean.
Time report specifies nlone-t lved and dls-
burse for library and coYIt , % $ purposes up
to August 1 last The agut will not be
given out , pending the atJp.af the depart-
ment on the report - ' . .r '
IUo Grll.l do SQJ . qul'h..I.
WASHINGTON , Aug. 9.-Senor Men-
donca , the Brazilian minIster has just received -
eelve official notification : ' r m his government -
ment of the pacification of the tate of Rio
Grande do Sot , which had been In revolt for
a long time past.
Chh..c ihi hiNter Gms Co SllII.
WAShINGTON , Aug. 29.-The Chinese
minister today made formal announcement
of his intention to leave the UnIted States
next month fur Spain , to whlcb country he
II ale accredited. . - tl
l'I "I.1'lt . 3111 ; 'N 11 . 'I'Iolltltlt.
WAShINGTON , Aug , 29..The attorney
general today appointed Frank G. Finlaysn
of L Angeles Cal . Built ant dlstr'c attr-
nay for the southerndistrict _ of California.
" 'II Not .0 to Sn V'riauieisco.
WAShINGTON , Aug. 29.-Th , Chinese
: minister has been full advised of the status
of the affairs of the Six Companies . but
hI decIded not to go 10 Son Francisco for
the purpose of settling the dbsputo. _ lie has
decided to leave the Intro matter In the
mater
hAnlls deco of the Chinese consul at SAn Fran-
" % 'esterus l'titisipitcris Aluliul uutcsi .
WASINGTON , Aug. 29.-Spcclal ( Tele-
Kram.-A ) poelofco has been eltab\shel at
Overton , Leo county , Neb. , with William Cu- )
lan a poattnaeter. Thomas Il. Wilson was
tOday ommlsslonell pOltmuler lt Coleridge .
and Emanuel Woolhl p at Mills , Neb.
' iiitte.is tutu " 'hllt Irll Stilt.
Yesterday afternoon Frank : lltocks smith
Carr 1 . Wimite . former manager and bookkeeper -
keeper of the Se'mour Lake Ice eOmpll )
fed suits In the district court against 1)r.
Miller . each for t20OOO damages for malcious
proHcuton. The papers were fe,1 Immedi-
ately after time dlsehargl of the ( twc ' 1n In
) olce court , where they had been am . . Ignell
anti charged with embezzlenient . the complainant -
plainant being Ur. Miler , The cases were
dlschnrged on motIon of the county attorney .
who stated that there were no groulds on
which to base a proeectmtion .
Mattocks and White were arrested senral
days ago on the complaint of Ir Miller . who
Is the principal member or the ice company ,
charging them with the embezzlement of $ 50.
TI1Y were arraigned and tlleadcll not guIlty .
hut 01 request of the state the case was can-
tltitieml. , Another complaInt was fed , char -
log them with the embezzlement of $55 , and
the men were arraigned emi that charge Tues-
day , but time case was again contnu(11 untIl
yesterday , when It was tiismissemi The book
of the compan hlll been overhauled by an
expert and the county prosecutor was Informed -
formed that they were straight
.
Jo ) ' " nt liiiV. . :1. C. - A.
There were over : O boys , some of them
accompanied by their parents , at the recell-
ton given by the junior department of the
Young Men's Christian association last night.
The recepton lIas tIme first of a series which
are to be given by the jlnlor depatment
ot the association during the wInter , In order
to Induce boys between 12 and 16 years of age
boys. to attenml tIme Sunday afternoon meetng for
Time event of the evening was time I
presentation ot books as prizes to
time boys who had been faithful .
tul In atendance nt the Sunmlay afternoon
meetings. The winners were Harry Baldwin
Seth Dyer , Curtis LIndsay larry W. Neal
George Clark. WIle Patten , Donald Hall ,
Keneth hall , Albert Sinclair and Burr Taylor.
The presentation was made by J. M. Giiian .
An address was made by Hev. lyles , who
spoke of the system known aB pleasant Sun-
day afternoons which Is In vogue In gngland.
There was a great deal or music , It being
furlbhcd by the banjos and voices ot Pror ,
Gelenbecl , and faintly and by a band.
Clllhll 'VlsN C"IJh'ltl' .
Jack Callahan mode a cal upon Mrs. John
Schle1 or Twent.second and Paul streets
yesterday morning , sayIng that lie was an old
le
schoolmate or hers lie retured at Intervals
during the day each time a little drunker
than he was on the previous visit , Finally
he arrived again last night and confdenta1y
told ! IS. Schlel that he Intended to cut her
throat and then his. Mrs. Schle1 dil 10t
fail In wih his plans and called a policeman ,
who arrested hIm.
Cahiahman had an old gunny sack which con-
tained twenty.seven nosy neckties , five new I
kmmives tooth brushes , bottles nr perfumery , i
silk hand kerch lets , four pocketbooks , a silver
watch a broken gold ring , a f1l,1 , ring ant
other articles. These are SUII\0sell to have
been stolen somewhere.
p
Ate oC 't'ozttlMtools.
Maggie and Mary Roach two little girls
who live at Ninth and Leavenworth streets ,
one at them 1 years ot age and the other 7 ,
almost came to an unha\py end last night by
eating toadstools , which they had mistaken
for mushrooms. They round the herbs In
nvervlew park wherl they had been during
the afternoon , and after eatng or them they
started for home. When they reached Tenth
street they were taken sick and were round
at 7 o'clock by Mr. Johnson at 181 South
Tenth street. lIe notified the police and the
girls were rem vel to their homes. A physician -
clan was aumanommed and after working over
them for an hour he finally pronounced them
out of danger.
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Seniiiliistvimtii lteisiilhletin 01. h.
The ScandinavIan Republican club held a
meeting at G13 South Sixteenth street last
night. The Swedish hand was In aUend-
ance. The frt thing In order was the elec-
tion at a president to succeed G. A. Jacobson .
son , who resigned to be como a candidate
for the city council. Charles J. Johnson was
chosen by acclamation. Speakers urged tha
renominaton of lion. Irving F. Baxter for
county judge , anti the stmggestion was heart-
slgeston
thy approved. The meeting was then au-
dressed by Albin Frank , a candidate for
clerk at the dhtrcourt. : . .
l"t..tJ . .1 Stolen I'rol.ert -
J. D. Lewis , who lives at 2215 Webster
street , was at tIme police staten last night
amid identified a quantity at the jewelry that
had been pawned either by this negro Saunders -
ders , who Is bound over to the district court
on the charge of burglary or his whie
mletress. The articles were stolen from Lewis'
residence one night last Iay.
Beecham's pills are for bilious.
nCss bilious headache , dyspepsia -
sia , heartburn , torpid Iiverdiz.
ziness , sick headache ) bad taste
in the mouth , coated tongue ,
loss of appetitesallow skinetc ,
when caused by constipation ;
and constipation ' is the most
frequent cause of all of them
Go by the book. Pills Ioe
and 25c a box. Book free at
your druggists orwrite B. F.
Allen Co. , 365 Canal St. ,
New Yorl' .
Annual ot ! . more than 0.0 0 bous
'f EVERY WOMAN
- Sometimes needs a reliable
relable
; monthly reGulatnl medicine ,
lJ DR. PEA ' S
pENNYROYAL pillS ,
A'n prmpt srt and certaIn In result. The genu.
' ! I ( Or. l'ai'ai 11'erIH fD"olnt. resul. . Aaywher
$1.0 Sherman & McConnell Drug Co . isis
DOge street ! . Omaha Neb
Animal Extract-Ceretrlno ' for brain , Cardlne
to- heart ! . O\'nrlne , etc. . $ .25. AU Lrgllst ! .
rIHST [ ' ' NATIONAL BANK {
--op-
Council Bluffs , Iowa1
CAPITAL , . . - $100,000
WE SOLICIT YOUR IUSI ESS.
\'I IISIU'CUI CI.i.lC'I'tONS.
nXB UF 'l'Illi OI.UBs'r IIS IN IO'VA
: I'IiL Cr % 'I'lAIU ON 'run I I'OSI'I'S
CALL ANI ) SEE us Oi WItI'I'id .
Special Notces -GollAcil Bluffs
CI1IMNBYS cL.EANrD : VAULTS CLUAN1D.
ClmN8 CLIAN1D.
Ed Bsmrke . at \V. S homer' . , 18 Broadway .
FOIl ICENT . SBI'T. 1. 185 , COfNlt STOIthS.
room . x ( . In Sapp btock. Steam heut.
Centrally located . E. if , Sheets . & Co.
WANTEL A GOOD 011 Volt OINFIAL
housework and good cok 105 SIxth annue.
WANT : D , GulL J'OI GIONERAL UOUSE-
work. Mrs. B. Uagg , G East l'lnc , Street
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yQ1rnD. . .M Jt , OI , jOWCR
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RACES. .
Fifteen Days Running Races at
UNION DRIVING PARK r
COUNCil BLUFFS ,
C011111e11cil1g Satttrday , August 31.
Under auspices of the Union Driving
Park Association.
Five orIore / Great Races Daily
Book Making on All Foreign Events.
R. W. CUNNINGHAM , -Mgr.
Rccing Commences at 2:30. : Admission SOc.
. COUNCIL BLUFFS.
j" ' , ; STEMII MR WORKS
i .
I All kinds of Dyetn
, ! and Cleaning done In
, I t time highest style ot
: .
. the art. Faded aid .
tatncd fabrtca
' niami.
ttEPM - . . , .
to look as good a.
- - new. Work promptly
- _ ! -T- : : : : I - ° r- C price countrY. done In Q .t.M..toIlA all list. and parts Send deilyere4 of ; Ui. toe
:47 : - ' : - Broadway I'roirIote , near North c' ,
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) , Council
Weltern Iepot
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lutuif. , Iowa Tel. Ill.
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+ I 4-4-f ! + t + - , + : o + + oV
t Your House
Heated Free--
: from a tinaimcial standpoint ex-
A" Nct fnancial stantpoht
I . . achy Nct but entirely 1"HEE from the
_ _ A , defects which are so often round In
.
) the general run at heating IIanl. !
I . J. C. BIXBY. +
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' - . m. : : . ' . licatlmit Stcaiiit and reid hot SanItary Water Ic.thll Eiigitlccr , , . C'i'
i . ( , 202 MAiN , nue . Iot COUNCIL ILUPP3 , IW.\ . _
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! NOLISHMEN are now talking of a new
: E light in literature . They say Max
Pemberton is the cming man and
that his work is sure to become more pop-
ular even than that of Conan Doyle. His
. " " I
"Impregnable City , "Jewel Mysteries
Have Known , " "Iron Pirate , " "S9a Wolves"
Pirato.
, . and the first numbers of lThe Diary of a -
Valet , " have made a remarkable success
in England Our readers will be glad to
learn that wo have secured the four con-
eluding numb rjf : "The Dary of Vale , "
the first of [ which entitled , lThe Phantom
Staircase , " will b3 published in our daily !
issues , commencing September 3.
! It is a thrilling story of adventure in the >
slums ot Paris. I shows that the author
has a power of narration quite as new and
forceful as that of Stevenson. You must
! read Pemberton or be behind the times. '
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AMUSEM fN 'S.
CREIGHTON THEATRE
Tel 1531-PAXTON R BUi6hSS , Mars. ;
8:15 :
TONIGH-AT
ENGAGhSMENT cw
TIlE JOHN Sn1ETON COI PAN I
Direction of Gustave Frohman , In . DeMie anti
Dlr"ctoJ IlelmssCO' Great l'iay
THE WIFE
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, arrangement with the maa-
l'resente,1 hy special arnnl"mcnt wih ' .
ng"ment at the New York Lyceum 'fhealre.
fnrquete Prlce8 for anti thIs first engagement 3 rows . . . . LreBs . : . . . . . . crce. . . . . . . 15 LO
dress circle. . . . . .
Last , . 4 3 rows tBlcany. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LO
First rows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 ;
. .
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In balcolmy..3 .
Next rows , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Matinee Stahl , box prices. anti . Ilh'on . . . . . . . . seats. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 23
. . . . . .
Stali box and divan semits. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i0
, AriNEiSA'fIJIWAY. _
ComIng. Week Scpt. 1-"A 1mATTV.l ) CALF. "
CourtlandBeach
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OPENING ,
FRIDAP , SEPTEMBER 6
Cotitimisilsig 9 NIp1tts ,
P am S Gorgeous t.t
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FIREWORKS
3.0 people. 12 acres beautiful scenery.
Superb specialties , Cake walk. ilmack and
Wmng lamicea. Amphitheater seating
people. Managemnent University
sIIs & BAINBI11DGE , : _ %
and Federal Courts. Room. 107. '
gart. lilock. Councti Bluff. , Iowa ,
RAILWAY TIlE CARD
Leaves IIUICL1NOTON & MO. ltlVL'ltiAarives
Omnahu Ummion letot. llthm & Masorm 3ta. ( OmmmaIm
iOm5am..Denver : Iixpreeg. . . . . . . . . . . 9:40am :
4:3pmn.LIik : , Ilitla , Stout. & m'ugt Sod , Ex , 4O3inm :
4:3pm : , , . . . . . , . , . Denver 1xpresa. . . . . . . . . . .
7:0iiimiNebrmtka Local ( except Sunday ) , , 7:45pm :
8miamti.Ltncoin Local ( excit Sumiday,11iiam
2Cpnm : , , L"asl Mali ( for Lincoln ) daily , , .
Leaves IC1LmCACIO. BURLINGTON & QhArriyeg
UmmiatmalUnton lepot. lull , & Macaim bta4 Onmtmim
4:40pm..CiIcago : Vetlbuie . . . . . . . . 9:50p :
9fAmlmi..Chicago : hSapres. . . . . . . . . . . . 4ipns
7r0prn.Cbmtcago & St. I..ouI lpress , , , 5Ooai ;
llEumn..nettle Junction Local. . . . . . . S:3opm
Fuhi atoll. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Leava CIIICACO , Mmb. & ST. PAUL. Arrives
Omimahma Union Pepot , 10th , & Mason itta , Omimaims.
eOOpm..Chicago : Umntteti. . . . . . . . . . . 9:3'iamm :
1l:30amn.Chicngo lxpreas ( cx. tunday ) , , , 5:23pm :
Leaves ICIIICMiO & NOICTI IVEST'NtArrives
OmimaliaiUninm lJet'ot , lttti & Mason t0ta , Ornate ,
moOans..Eastern : l3xprea. . . . . . . . . . . 6:30pm :
4 : iOpm..Vestibuted Limited . . . , , , , , , 9 :2)tmm :
6J.Samn..Mo. Valley Local , . . , , , , , , , laaZpimm :
Slipmmm : , . . . , . . Onmalma Clmlcamgo mpeclmmi. . . . . . . ltSpm ;
Leaves ChICAGO. U. I , & h'ACIFIClArrivea
Omaha Union Depot , 11(1 , & Mart } ta. Omimaim
.
ISAST ,
lmISam..Atlantto : ixt'res ' ( cx. Hunilny ) . . 6:35ii :
6:25pni..Ntgimt hSxpress. . . . . . . . . . . . 9:25am :
4:40pm. . . .Chtcagovestibuied L.iinmtel , , . . 1:35pm
WiOST.
6:4pmOktaiioma : & Texas lOx ( cx. Hun.I0:35amn )
: . . . . . . . . . . Ltmttv' . . . .
Leaves C , ItT , 1' . , U. & 0. 'AriTT
Omnitha Depot , 15th and Webster St , i Ornahm
8:10am : , , , , . Sioux City Accamnmolatit.n. . . . . 8:15pm :
I2l5pmnBioua : City Express ( ox. Hun.mSoam ;
: . . . . . . . . . . $ , , . , . . , . . , , _ 1:35amn :
Leaves I 1" . . hS. 8. MCi , ' . 'AI.LuY. lArrii'ea
Omnaimal Depot , 15th an'iVeIuter His. I Oinah
2:10pm..Iast : M.tih simm Express. . . . . . . 4Mpnm :
Zloprnex. ; ( tiut , ) Wyo. i'2a. ( ax. .lon. ) , , 4:5pn :
9OamNortuik : Ixerezs : , ex , Sunday,1aaoan ;
: I0ptn , . . . , . . , . . : _ l'ttui Expresa. .
Leaven 1 IC. C. , ST. J , & C. Ii. Arrive.
Oamialialtlnlon Deot , lOtim & Mason Iits.i Omnaii
9:30am : , . . . , Kasmea. City Day Lpress , , , , , 5:30pm :
9:4sptmmkO. : e. Night lOx. via Ii , P. Tian ; . 6Olairm :
Ltavi.T"MISSOURI l'ACIiiC. lAiri.
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, & ,
iieeasii : , . , , , . . , . , St. Louts L'xpres , , , , , , , , , , 6:00am
9Opin : , . . , . , . , . . St. Louts I3apsesa. . . . . . . . . . 6:05pm :
5:30pm : , , , . . Nebraska Local ( cx , Humi. ) , , , , , 8:00am :
Leaves J SIOUXCITY & l'ACIFiC lArrtT'
Omnatmal Depot , IStbm anti SVttster Sa.J Omaha
6:10pm : , . . , , , . , . St. Paul LimIte4.,2O:3iani
Leaves ' IIIOUX Cj'l'Y & I'ACIFIC. Arrive.
( , nmm.naklnion 1eotlOthm & i.iaauzmttim , Omimimime
Gf.5um.t3louxCltyI'anen : , . . . . . . .
:35pmn , , . , . , . , , . itt , Paul Limited..12:15pm :
Leave. IJUION l'ACIFiC. ) ArrivT
( .inmtima Union lepot , 10th it Mason St. . Omaha
9:41am : , , . , , , , . . , Kearney Eat' , . , . , , , , , , , , , . 1ZS0pn :
2:00pm..Overland : ilier . . . . . . . . . . , 6:30pm :
2Oopmn.llest'ce : & Htromntb't ix. tea. EunI2SOr.n ) :
7Oopni . . , . , , , , , . , l' uciflo Laprea. , , , , , , , , , , , 10:26am :
: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mali , . . . . , . . . . . . . , 4:10pm
Leaves TVAIJA8h5 1tAmL.wAy. IArrivee
Omahajilnton Depot , 10th & Mason St..i Umaha
t:0omLoula : Caaimon lhlidzfpaa :

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