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'f IjIt _ . . . . , , ' . - - . - - I > 'T''I . , - - --i ; . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ' , DAILY U3g MONIAY S.II11JtflIft ; no , . Ii - TilE OMAhA : , SmPl'JDBEH , 18m , - _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ a - - - - - - - - - " @ * . - I : COUNCIL BLUFFS NEWS. I ; ; mlrr@ . " , , , . . - , , . , . I I , rl , , : I , I. ; , , Onrr i . l'c.irISret-II. . , . n. TltolIRIAlt'r Ild IC10. , f ! - - - - - " - . . _ _ _ ' : ; ' ; : ; ; ' - , c - riI'rf1'irlfrr'- ' " ' , - - - - - - " , , . - . , 1 OI10 : : . Oran.1 hOItI l , Council I3lf % . ; 100 rooms facing : Baylss IIrk E , I. I Clark , proprietor. A mtotng fr r'publlcan. or tin Sixth waril , b anruie.d . for tomorrow tvcrlng : : Elu ! borl's hal to urgan2 ! a club. Spccal communc31on ! or Excelsior 10,1e , No , 29 , Anrlcnl ( Pl'eo nn.1 . Accepted Mawiu. thl ( Monday ) evening. Work In the third . 11elrce. . A 1clal , meeting or the school board . hB heen eJlcll by President Moore for this eVlnnl ! to approvp the olcial bond or the rew treasurer , I U. lar , 1)ckVeIjtcr ! atll George Roper were are restcd last night arll charged with Munk. ennl ! H , but It ! Is said that their offense In . vnlvu the theft 'Jr a watch , and the charge wH he hllh\\3 & ' r IJI 'ry. A Inna dclelalol or tl/ / Ak-Sar.Ben Wheel cub 'Jr Omaha male I tour or the IYlter SprllB route yatcrihay. . Alol the number were ! , e\'crnl latleR 1 : very natty and handsome - some bloomers. 'rho strong northwest wind made a longer run Inpl a8.lt. , Dr lcCrao and Mes1mrs. Chester and flu- dolph or Oakland were entertdlnll by the Mandolin club Salmly ovenln ! at their rooms In time SaJp blldlo ! Music and : barrel or cider from the Inyne farm served to pas a Very pleasant evnln , , A warrant liAR lecn sworn out for the arrest - rest or William Iue on time charge or ma- Icloul mhmcchiiet. Ills land1aI , males the accuaton. ! She says ho Is about to kayo the place and desires to make I unlnlmbltablc. , ' . 10 hiss broken lp doors , carrle.1 ! 01 lumber ' antI , played hob generally with time land , ' tenements end herediaments , < .J 2 J. It. LImmdey or 327 Tenth : Hnle and WI- t . lam Smith , corer or I.'olrteenth avenue nn(1 Thlr.1 . street , hs bon notifed that their 10US are II the Mills county jdr They attended mime ' apple jubilee at Gelwoml ' last , , week , and having an idea that everything Was free aR time air they breathed , prceelel to by IJll o buggy robes , harness and other articles which were neither red hot nor nailed lawn. ' , , A meetnK or tie ciy council Is ; to be held ths ! evening , al whlc the queRton ' or paving I'eul street will probably be t ( llposed or. Most , ii I not all , the aldermen arc sal to ha In favor or paving It with eiher hard bimrne4 . brck ! or asphalt. The motor rompny will have to pave a strip about fifteen feet wide In the middle , and a1 the Street Is rather narrow the expenle to the abutting property owners will be rather . light. _ _ _ _ : . . } 'arl loans made In WCHern Iowa nt low- est rates. No delay In closing 10ns. Fire and tornado insurance written In best or com- panic Darg.llns In real utatl LOUm i & TOWr.E , 235 Pearl St. c- : I'tttMN.tt. l'AltA(1ttI'ili. t ; ' . Mrs. C. G. Saunders Is visiting her parents . ? " at Delta , Ia. , MIR Laura Baldwin has returned from I vllt to Ientucky. Miss Maude Witen Is the guest or Mra. H H. Van Irunt on muf street MIss Delta Fenner has returned from a visi of several months with friends In New Ilarmipsimire. . Mrs. henry L rert arrived ( home yeiterday , " after n three months' vlsl In California , much Improved In h alth. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. WIl15worth have been attending the , golden wedding or the larmer's parents at Bair , Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Mock 01 San Francisco are J ' . rents or n girl baby. Mrs. Meek was wall ' known Slevens. to Council muffs peope : as Miss Carrie Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Rice and daughter , Miss MaUe , have gone to Sioux City to spend a couple or weeks visiting Mrs A. M. Jackson , aCer which they wilt tale up their r ' ' residence In Mobile , Ala. I ' . Mr ' G. H. \ \ heeler has retunre from a I three w'eeks' visit to Colorado , where bo ha . . . been engaged In lookln'g after hh extensive ' mnlng ! tntorests. Cold all snowy weather made him anxious to get back to Council I3urrs. : _ _ _ _ _ _ . EtehlhxigMI I 1.tlhlll"U : . Monday we will Iut 10 beautiful etchings a , 01 sale at a sacrifice : new rrame and plc- , ; , tures ; lowest prices. II. L Smith & Co. t. The lardman piano wins many rrlends. \ volt ' 'lg ( , tItIFN 01 Til' : SOUl. . - " "I.tMt. lti'immiimule.lor the Grt'it Ileite- fig " or U"III'ltlr. . Hev. V. C. Hocho preached In a miniature corn Palace 'estenlay moring and hd a mammoth .quash for a pulpi I was "har- velt Sunday" and no one In the congregation could overlook the hct. The pulpit platform was completely transformed by the most unjquo and . artistic church decorations ever seen In this city. Thl romtm'umn occuped ! by the llrICher and 'the ' choir was roared by a thatching or sheaves or grin. This root was supporlo by six columns or van-colored corn In the ear , and the adornments and arches wore likewise male or corn. 0. each lido 01 the pulpit \e e pyramids or vege ables , a long-necked squash In rather graceful semblance - blanco to the mo.er vase surmounting ommo while the other was capped artistically by a scalloped squash , with a little gourd as : crowning sphere. In front or the pulpit was a mammoth IquJsh , whch : woud ! do honor to a state fair , and on each rIde were bnkel vegetables and ( fruit or all varieties 01 form and color , and yet 50 sklllly arranged as to give a very pleasing effect. The lermon was one appropriate to the occasion - ca510n. tIme topic being "A Wel Watered Garden , " The text chosen was from Jeremiah "AmI their soul shall be as a watered gar- ' den , " The preacher glowingly pictured the . ' % 4 benefits ot , irrigation , amid then skluly drew comparisons with the effect 01 tbe holy spirit upon the heart Cr man As a well watered gamdcn was fresh and oct parched , SO the true Christian should be joyoUS and not de- spomlent. HeUglon should make n man happy , hO:1rul : amid courageous. Another Jolnt' resemblano was that a wel watered garden grew In beauty So the life blessed by Christian inspiration and hope should bC 80 beautiful as 10 bo attractive to all. The thlr and most important resemblance was < that or productiveness , "By their fruits ye shal know them. " lie dwelt upon the fruits , -7 or the spirit and how they shall be clt\te I. I 1 The sermon sparkled with apt Illustrations. In the evening lImo Sunday school gave a harvest home Irnlc or a very interesting naturc. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Yes. the Eagle la.mndry ts "that goo lauldry. " and Is located a 7t I3roadway. Don't rOrg3t name anti number Tel 157. ' . ' [ In doubt about this try It anti be can. r , - vlced , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ The Standard piano next to the Hardman , l.rl..I ) . l'eiieemmmnker. One of the bIg thlrleen-Inch rifles , Ileslgned for the coast defenses at San Francisco lay at the UnIon Pacific transfer al day yeSer- timmy . and was naturally the object 01 con- elderablo interest. I was mounted on the Blxteen.whl l car made by the PennsylvanIa Railroad company to transport the Ilxtoon- Inch lrupp gun to time World's ralr. The Run Is the frh monster rifle turned out by the government ordnance bureau at the Water- . velet ! work. I Is a princely peacemaker anti hlls the distinction with its four other felows cr being the largest gun ever made In time western world. Its projecte wl wolgh ha\ a ton. whllh rrly GOO pounds or powder will send on its mission or destruction Wl1 an Initial velocity or 2,100 feet a second capable or penetrating thirty- lour Inches or the best wrought Iron , or B \'entlcn Inches or the finest steel. I rango. with an elevation or forty-five degrees , will be between twelve and fifteen miles. Both ends or the gUl are plugged with wooden discs , anti at the present time It II not a timing or beauty , for I Is smeared from one end to ( the other wih a compound . or tallow and petroleum . I hi moulte < on the car whim the \ule pointing west. grimly thrutenlnl nny ene\Y or ne country that \SY dare attempt a hostile landing on the Pacific cout. 1 will go wet over tie : . . Union Pacific thIs morning. Sideboards and center tables are features " . at tie Durree Furniture compaoy'a today Chambera' dancing Icademy now open for pupi , . Cal after 10 a , m. Circulare . The Uard-an pIano Improye with u5e ; . . - . . - , ' - - n. - - - - ' - _ _ , " _ _ _ _ _ , _ _ _ .JOiI , IDr\INI HI ShOT AUI Vent mm reM lIIII 1'lr"I.I.I'1 ; ; ; ( rlll,1 IUII I" 11 I J'rul"I111.1. . Jehn Illarlno , whose love for drink and abuse or his wlf have laid the foundation for lob or grief for him , went to the hOle nr his latber.ln.lw , W. IC. flames , near Quirk ! , n year or so ago , Intl otter shootln Elmcs , was hlmel shot by his brother-In- law , Clarence Eames. He spent several week In lied af a rUllt ol the encounter , and then Ild to submit to a trial on the charge oC assault wih Intenl to murder. , lie was finally turned loose . Eaturday nllht he ventured again on the forum 01 his father-in-law , and was aKaln shot , this tme by another brotherln.lal , lelley Eanies . He was picked up and . brouKht to Ht. tlernard's hospital In this city , arrl\lnl about midnight , where a phy- iiim. ian waR calrI ( , who pronounced his condition . dlion dauerols. Yefterday mornllK Sherlr lazen went out to . time Blncs rall , twelve mies rrom the city , and arrested Perley flames on a warrant - rant , charKln/ him with assault with Intent to commit murmier . 1) . F. Dryden , V. Ii. l'erry and T. S. Ua'ls nelKhbor 01 Fames , accolPnled him to the city anti to the or- lice or Justice Cook , where flames waived cxnmlnnton and was bound over to the grand jU' ) ' . his three friends put up a bond or $1,00 for his appearance , and they I all left for home durlnK the afternoon. When Bmarlne left the city In the afternoon - noon to ! o to his father-In-Iaw's house he was In company with another man , nIl they were both drunk. I rarlne , I Is clalneI , har made boasts that he would steal his children from thllr grandfatlmer's home. He /ppearel around the hOI e during the afternoon - noon , and Mrs. Bmarlne's brothers made up their minds that they would have trouble witlm . him before the nlJht was over He showed imp again abont 7 :30 : In the evening. Yommmmg James 1111 headed the shotgun so as to be In readiness to give him a proper reception , anti when he saw him coming across the yard he fred both barrel at Emnarino. The first took effect In his right arm. lie swung his body around just In time to calch the second charge In hil left arm anti ( side. mrlne's story Is that ho merely we.nt out to see hl children and was shot down In rohl blood by E3mel without ' . wihout any pr\'oclton. According to the HalEments or EJmes and the neighbors , he bath ( been loafing about for ruly hall an hour , threatening to kill the n1mbers or the family anti trying to run off with the chlidren. Ever since the legal proceedings - ceedings \ ere InsUtuted , whIch re- suited In time granting or a dl- vOlce by Jldgo Thornel 10 Mrs. Emarlno a month ago Emarlnl has had an Intense hatred toward his wife's reatve , who , ho thonght , were trying to keep them apart , and often when he was busy with him cups , It Is said , he has threatened to kill Clarence Eames wo shot hIm on the occasion or his rormfr visit to the farm hOlse , Fmarlne vomited blood occasionaly dur- lng the day , which led his phYlcan : ! to think that he was sufferIng from Internal Injuries , V. hlch might cause hIs death I wi be impossible for four or five days yet to fell ( just wht the result wi be. Last evening ho waR unler , tha influence or opiates moet or the tme , Il had a high rever but the vom- Itng or blood hal stopped. His rIght elbow Is perlor3trl by time shot II several places , anti It Is feared that the joint Is Injured. I so , he will bo apt to lose the arm. A nlmber or shots truck him In the stomach , bnt examInaton showed that they merely inflIcted fe.b wounds The new Iufs City laundry , 3t North ' MiI.n : , claims less wear and finer work on shirts , collars and cuffs than any laundry In the state. Phone 311 Fir. . nt trmei' Chnr'I Some one who passed Grace EpIscopal - copal church , at the corer' 01 Pierce and UnIon streets , about 7 o'clock last evznlng noticed that t the interior of the building seemed to be 01 fire all turned In an alarm. A coal oil stove hal been left burning , anti had become H hot aR to burn a large hole In the carpet anti somewhat lmago the foor , The famf were extinguished without serlour damsge Apples bv the bushel or wagon load ; cider by time gallon or barrel , at the lelvue Fruit rarm. Coil on or address H. C. Haymond , Council Ihluffs. _ _ _ ' Latest autumn styles In millner ) ' now be- Ing displayed at Uu Hagsdale's , 10 Pearl street. Hanlman and Standard . pianos 13 N. 16th. \S'ES'l'IlItN i'ENSIOSS. " , " 'rul. or thmelti'hehlion I . I IUI- . . l.re',1 hmy I lie H"I'rul Cos'vrmiiiiemit. ASHINGTQN Sellt. 29.-Special.-I'en- ( ) slons granted , Issue ' oC September 13 , 189 , were : Nebraska : Original-Charles Gunzen- hauser , lumbodt : , Itichmmirdeon. Increlse William \VelRchendorr Plum Valley , Knox Original widows , etc.-I'nebo g. Kaiser , Palmyra , Otoe ; Sarh W. lnnlck , Fals Cly , Hchard on. Iowa : Original wiiiow-Arretta Lew- zlller , Illnnoln.arren. . Colorado : OrigInal-WIllIam . Patton . I . \lnlton , Kiowa > Atlditlunal-Milton Shu- ! nan , Clnremont. Kit Carson. lhUe oC September H : Nebraska : Amiditional-Thomas lcDonel Ornd Immlanti. hall. IncreaseGeorgo W. Kirkpatrick Memo . CURter. ReissueClem - emit S. Peck , AlexandrIa Thayer : Morgami Oa'lor. I llrlury , Jefferson : John ellert , flarneston OaKe. Original widow-Eilen J. Bryan , York York iowa : HelsRueCharles W. 1s : , Osage , :1 I h.'l Original widows , etc.-Nmmncy E. Campbell , Olenwo , Mills : Julia Jones , Fort Atkinson \\Inneshlek : Kate I.ong , Cumbria , 'ayne. South Dakota : Orlglnal-Fdw/tl 1 1111- lock Deadwooll Lawrence. Helssuo-lr 10Cki Iratord , Summit Roberts. Original widow-Alice C. covell Aberdeen. Brown North Dlllta : OrlKlnnl widow-Eliza- beth Topping , Ileynoltls . Grand Porlt. Issue 01 September 16 : Nebraska : tenewnl and InereaReNlcho- Ins t ) . Fetprlv , 1'emmi t. Otoe Iowa : OII lnal-I a'ah W. Deem , Grant CI ) ' , Sac Henlwal amid IlcrelseClre T. Horton " 'Ilton , Benton HllsueJa.per 1aln. Klrllln , Shelby ; Uellln I. ' . Riley , " 'alhlnlIOI , \\'ashlnll < l. Original witlov- . Christina SchmItz Mount : Pleasant , Henn' South Dakota : HelRsueJames Coledge , Jr. . Itetiiled. : Spink . North ( akota : Orlgilal-Perr ) Power ! Camlo , Towner. lloralu : Original wldow-Sophla M. , Valiant , Telurlle , San 111uel. \ \\omln : Original widows , elc- lnor oC Joseph Coyle - , Cheyenne . Larammmle. 0110 GulL SItOO'I'S lB htltl'Al. , II his Uul" , . i H..hIIU : : S.'rlou"I" I" 'onll..1 h l , ' : I. " I.iimi In rlro' . . . . WASHINGTON , 0. , Sept. 29.-Lyda Har- grave or this city shot and badly wound d DaIsy ! Hedman or Columbus here late last mmlght. Miss Hcdman and Miss Hargrave atende.1 . a festIval ( last ovenimmg . A young man who had heen paying atenton to Miss Hnrgr\e started to accompany IS3 Hed. man lmommme This aroused the jealousy or Miss Hargrave. She procured a revolver , followed the couple all shot Miss HEdman In the shoulder. The girl was arrested late tonight at her lmommme ! . x."t or Couhuterri'llerN ilmidei. LEA\'ENW'ORTII. Kan. , Sept. 29.-Ed. ward Da\ls , a married man with six cimlldren . was arrested and Illaced tn ' jail today for making counterfeit money In his house were round a unnUty or the counterfeits and dies for makIng silver del us , halve ! and uartera. William Workman , with CharleB Moher and his two daughters were also arrured today upon the charge 01 pass- lug counterfeit 10ney , All acknowledged they hal received the counterfeits Irom Davis and that they had seen hIm manurac- ture them. . I..lt. i'uzury ' 1..lul. . lt IIIUn . IAIl.\X , Sept 29.-In spite 01 the pub- Ished " raet that LIeutenant ! Poary the ram. oua Arctic explorer , who arrived her2 from St , John's N. p" , yesterday left for Boston Immediately ' afterward . be Is still here. 1 has deve"ope that Pear played a sharp trick on the newspaper men by having I announced Oi his arrival that he would leave for Boston with his party at ' once . Several members of the party did leave for Yarmouth and alt the Q\enlng paprs an- flounced that Lleutennnt reary 111 his wife h3tl gone. Time error was nol discovered until today . Lieutenant Peary appears nnx- Iou to avoid publicity and It I. nol known when ho wi leave here , - - - - - 1)1)1 IJ : % IOCI1St' : . " 'AICU. I'riimummrlep. lt 1.'rllult II ,1rlh' n Great Inllrt."t II I liii' Cun"'nlul. FREMONT , Ser.t 29-Special.-The ( ) democratic caucuses for the election or delegates - egates to time county conventIon , which meets here October 1. was held last eyenlng. As Fremont has three candidates for the nom' Inaton for simeriff , there was a good turnout - out , Prom present indications each can- dldate has several ( Iele ates , Time fight for the nomInation for sheriff In the demoratc conventon bids fair to be a warm one , anti whatever may be the result It won't hell their ticket . Special services were held at the German Lutheran church today In time Interest or missions. There was a large attendance rrom Arlington , F'ontnnehio amI slrroullng coun- try , and thu church was crowded , A cornet - net band from Arlngfen ; asssted time choir In rendeing the musical part or the services , Hev. Mr. Hhemlor 'or Arln ton occupied the pullt ( , at the morning service , an.1 . 11ev. P. Graer , the pastor 01 the church , In the aCernoon , Time Jaughtet or Veteran Led e or this city gave a social lt P'thln hal last even- Immg. A very enjoyable time was had by those present A bold attempt wes made yestenhy noon to rob the money drawer 01 the remont , Ekhorn & Missouri Valley depot Whie Ticket Agent Nehrb3s was out or the office for n few minutes some one broke In anll opened the loney drawer , Time money had ben paced : In the safe only a minute or two before , so he got nothln . There were several people In the depot at the tme , but he manae(1 ( to escape. II.hlnl Oul nl'lll ut HUI.lnIJlh. RANDO.PH , Neb. , Sept 29-Spocial.- ( ) The Short Line Irelght cme out here today , returning to Sioux City with thirty loaded cars. Increased grain shipments will neces- sllate runnln trains regularly every da ' ) ' . The Omaha branch has also Increased its SI vice , giving two trains daly each WiY i rl'om junction point to Boomfeld anti 11rt- ! irmgtomm Conservative estimates place receIpts - ceIpts or grin at the thlee elevator here at 5,000 bushels per day for the last thrre ( d's Forty cents was paid for wheal und 13 cents for oats yesterllay The past t\\O days were very cell al\l wlmidy wih Iree ? ' ing weather last night. Ice lormed abJlt an eighth or an Inch thick Wind Irom the 10rthwest anti very cool tOday. The Dall- tlst Sunday school had harvest ham exercises - clbes tonlKht at theIr church , and a very : interesting program ! 111.I.t'h , I ion A"Jllrn" . IIEMING FORD , Neb. , Sept. 29.-Spechll ( Telegramn-Time ) Baptist association , which has been In session In this city for the PoSt three days , adjourned tonight with a doc- trnal : sermon ly Hev James 1. Davis rr C'ndron. who has presided over the meet- ing as moderator. The next association wilt be held at Gordon , next September . IS SUSI'NC'J'NU Ott' : IUIUHn. : Negro Held In thluhu ' ( 'tl :1'IJ.hl" , . , ' . I 1'ur.1 I'rnl. Yesterday afternoon a negro who gave the name 01 Tom Van , was arrested as a sus- < picous character , I being suspected that he Is n man who Is wanted al Memphis Tenn" , for a murder committed In 189. The arret was mad on Information Imprted by ac- qualntnces or the prisoner to the arresting officers , Hudsol and hiloomn. Van strenuously denies that he has ever been In Memphis , and although strongly questioned by CaptaIn - taIn haze , Iude no Ilcrlmlnatng statements. 110 will be held under arrest until the Memphis - plus - luthorltes can be hcard Irom. Van Is supposed to be Sam Christans , ChristIans , with a nlmber or companions , one oC them named Earnest , were playing cards ono IIht In 18n In 1 saloon known as the WhIte Elephant , 300 Front street , In Mom- phll , The card party broke up In a row In which two men were killed , one or Ihem being the man named Earnest. garest was stabbed In the heart by Chrlstnns whie standing at the head or I Ight or stairs. He fell to the bottom and waR picked up deHl. : Christians made his escape although others or the party were arrested , antI bat not turned imp since. From the information gIven to the officers Christans was a hard man. Several years before he was accused or killing a man , but escaped conviction. Since he Idle < I arnest however , ho appears to have kept quiet , and has lot been heard from , unless Van Is thc man . mln.Van has somethIng or an unsavory character among the police here , although no crime has ever been charged against him , so far as known. He has been In the city for t year , a portion 01 this tme being In tht employ 01 time Harbor Asphal company lie has a mlstres3 , a colored woman , who , though she has not been In the city lanK , has been arrested several tmes , She was suspected or beIng the woman who robbed the English traveling man , Whiney , or $8,500 In bank certificates or deposit amid about $100 In money Van says that fIe was never In Menphls In his life and : cnows nothing 01 the crime with whIch he Is charged. Ho says he was born In Fort Snmltlm Ark" , from which place he went to Wyoming , and fnaly came to Omaha. All questoning failed to elct any other statement from hIm hhEI.IIOVIO SIE . " 'AS FUOh.ING. g'n : : : ( d.ulll' ; In nn Alli'&i.d . \H'IJ.t tn Suletde. Eva 11cLalne , who was arrested ycsterdar afternoon on the charge 01 being drunk and disorderly , last night mad what Is thought to have been n pretense at atemptl ! Rul- clde. She was very drunk and wal' confined In a cel with several other vomnen. To one of them she sUddenly salll that she Intended to commit suicide , and drawing a jack knife she waved I In the air preparatory to taking the plunge which would hand her In the other world. Before she , could thrust the knife Into her throat as she said she in- tended to do time other woman l'elzed her and held her until the Jai officials wore summoned. They took time klie away rrom her and she IY down to sleep. The 1cl.lne woman had several nar' row escapes train death. She Is a morphine fend , and on several occasions has taken t'a much or time dr that she almost dle'I ' , On at least .occaslon I waR suspecte.1 that she took the drug with the Intention or com- mitng suicitle. She ham frequently told her acquaintances that she lutended to put an end to herself , but these threats were made usualy when she was trunk , At one time It Is said that sue expectetl a legacy 01 $150,000 with which she Intend tn cut a great swath In the rEalm 01 the local deml man de , hut the legacy In some way failed to connect and , ever since she bas been morose over time fact c IUNNIO InIIHN1N ! ( 'I' . DV'imur'N t. 3hhimuuu-ziiioijs . ' 1rlhule 11 . . ' . . .r'1" U 1u k. . ' lr [ , P. . . iunne , advertising manager for I . the S. F. Oaon company , whlcb lately pur. I chased the Morse dry goods ( stock repudiates time alleged Intervlcw with him plblshed In the Minneapolis Tribune , and In which he was represented as severely cendemnlng the rplrlt or the people or Omaha ant belittling point the advantages , or the city as a business I Ha says that while In Minneapolis he did not even see a new ! . paper man and cannot account for the appearance or the artcle , ex. cept emi the theory that some oC his friends conspired to play a joke on him. lie .Ie- cares that the remarks attributed to hll expressed precisely time opposite 01 his feeling regarding Omaha , whIch Is that I imaj su- perlor advantages 8 a trading point and creclaly for the business or his com pan ) ' ard the people are wide awake progressive amid cordial. " " 'I met , " ho says , "with a warm reception here , and our business has been largo and seotly. ! " ' - - . . " , 'rrJ'III-llt iii org . This notice or the marrIage or an Omaha woman I rrOl1 the Seattle . Wab" , Post. Inteiigencer or September 22 : "Mr. John ' errymal or Leavenworth and Mis Laura D.tdorr or Omaba , Neb. , were unite In marriage WedneJay evening at the resl. -Jeuce or lilt and Mrs . W. A. Slmanklin . on Seneca street. Only a few Immeiate friends or the contracting parties witnessed the nuptials. Dr , Shankln used the beautiful EpEcopal : ritual II performing the cere- . " Uon1. - COLONIES ON SEA:10LND ) ISLES handfuls of People on J 13kl of Lana in the Pacific. --r : 'VI SUCCESS OF AN rtMERICAN GIRL 1"lutll Ir hut' Iambi itJmt ole .r i.ursl hlout' nlli .rrlloti"IIIII"'I'he leseu'muiimuumtM Ir liii' OrlJlll ( l'Itt'iilrn JMLiierM . _ _ nJm f - . . - , -.r. A while ago , sxtyl ( . ; , erons , time en- tIre population or a' little F Island In time Pa. clfc ocean , trooped down to the landing place , wild with joy and exciement , They saw a smal' steamer entering In through aap In the coral reef that fringes their lelamid , 811 movIng syowly toward time wharr The only here on the Island was hurriedly hiched Into his cart and trotted away to the lal11ng wlh nil the chUrden the vehicle could hold , to hell ) honor the occasion. No wonder time fifteen ramiies or Lord Howe Island cbeere anti threw 1\ their hats. 1 was time first time In hal a yea , says the Gobe.U mocrat , that they had heard from the outer world. They were beginning to thInk that they isere forsaken whe nthe steamer Timetis . from Sydney , sUddenly appeared In the offing , bringing manila and Slpples for the hamUul or people on thIs little rock In the big oceau. . I happened In this way. Though Lord howe Ilanll , Is about 450 mie rout In the ccean , It Is poltcaly a part or New South \Valca. Norfolk Island , several hunllro:1 miles ctl further out to sea , Is also nomInaly ' part or time Australian province , though she . lets boUI Islands shift ' for themselves the most or the time. Four tmes a year , how- ever the mal schooner Mary Oil\le , has been Rent out train Sptn ! < to visit thc ocaanie outposts. On her last trip the schooner was totally wrecked n the preclptols coast 01 Norfolk hlan . I took some month for the news to reach Sydney amid the dispatch 01 another vessel , amid so It happenell that Lord Howe Island was cut off from the rest or the world for halt a year The Ietur or the Thets with news 01 the Islanders has brought the eolonl.ts or Iml : lowe and Norfolk Into promInent pIa co In the columns 01 the Au tralan pres. Lord Howe Is one 01 the sniliest Tnhablell Islan(1 ( or ammy ocean , and Is typical or the few rocks scattered here and there , whIch give suste- vance to a handrul or peope : , I Is shaped exactly like n boomcrang. I Is ellht mIles long and from one and a hal to two mies wld < Its bsal sides rise , In places , 3,000 feet above the surface or the sea. I Is nothIng - Ing but a prodigious rock , thrust Inlo the air by plutonic forces ; and cno would thlnl that iaopho I would be wIling to scratca very harl for a living before they would Isolate themselves - selves In such a home. A PICTURESQUE PLACE. I But this halt tropical Islnnd has extra- ' ' ordinary verdure and beauty. A reporter or' ono or the Sydney papers who was sent ant cn the Thets says he never Raw anythIng so picturesque as thosc tow rlng mountains , Ial- tell here and there with the little whie cot- tages or the fifteen lamlleR who stood cheer- tnK at , the water edge. Brange to relate. me 01 the largest buidings Is the prlmn and It would be the 10St useless building on the Island Ir It were not utilized as n general store imouso. I has nol held ap rlsoner since 1869 when an American wAs 111 (1 In I tight over a woman Next fioor to the prison Is the school house , andlthlS "contguity , umler the circumstances . Is not 1 ' very ohjection- abll here the wimlow' t Captain Cavao was leading venteen Ite'rtks ! along the path of knowledge , when tit ? : I was raIsed "A ship at last " anti scMal'as dlmlss wlth- out any ceremony . 3 00 : But the peopleo I the little Island are not very happy , and they 11lh 1 New South Wale for It , The island ha nt4er been Rurve'ed. and the people are not 'yet'1psrniitted ' to hold land In severalty , The yUng rolls tire of the Lobtcd life , and'mttbf them emigrate to the maInland. Over ' 40 of them have left their natiVe Isle , and 'th " I the 1ason why Lord Howe Island ; I hoflgh "whie ramlE have lved there for mbre tmf9 fifty years , has a population 01 , o ly 'sJc ; -three. Dut , the humble people hmavd I ' Uiir , . blessimigs " : ' There Isn't a physician among them , 'and most or them dl cot old age Their medicine chest contaIns only one speclfc _ for all ills , and thJt Is cmphor. The all-pervading grip however , struck thel a couple 01 years ago casting a gloom over th commumiity . They raIse plenty to eat , but they are very poor because they export so little. A row yean ago the cucumbers 01 Lord Howe Island were 'more highly prIzed In Anstrala for pickle making than the home product , but 01 late yeare the Island cucumbers have developed p sudden tendency to rot emi the vInes , amid Austrhia mme longer looks ! to them for pIckles There Is no such timing lS the [ drunkenneF or profanity on the island , but for all that the natives seem to lack a good deal that makes life worth living . ISLANDERS. THE PITCAIRN ISLANDEIS After a few days , the Thets steamed away 600 mIles to Norfolk island , to put this other speck In the ocean again In touch with the spec , Small aR It Is , Norfolk Is live times as , large as Lord Howe Isln(1 ( Everybody has beard or time PitcaIr islanders - ers , but there may bc many who do wit know that timree-fourths or the descendants or the Bounty , mutineers and theIr Tahitan wives no longer live emi Picair but for nearly forty years have tilled the soil or Norfolk or hunted the whale around its coast. I was In 1856 that the PitcaIrn colony , grown too large for their two or tre' square miles 01 territory , were all transferred to Norlont. where these simple , God-rearing people were In strIkIng contrnst with the convict colony GrCat Drlaln had maintained there. The last or these pear wretches bad been talten away , and an era or peace Rucceelled the days of violence and blcodslmed , when the convicts , treaHd as they werE with Incredible severity , were shot down even In the church where they some times took relUe , Two years after their removal to Norfolk Island twenty-eight 01 the 1ltcal . n natives , hore"'ck ' for the beloved rock on which tley were born , were taken back to It , anti ther : dcscmdts are the Pitcairn Islanders or to < ay , Their relatives emi Norfolk have ad- mited a good many strangers Into time colony , but sti the most conspicuous nles are time Cimristians , McCoys , Qulntal , Adamses and Youngs or time original mut- neers. No more skillful and fearless whalers can le lound. They have been Imown when thrown from their boats , by nn enraged leviathan - than , more than once to give him hs ! death wound . burying their harpoons deep In the side while thry were foundering In thc water They are the most religious or men , most devoted to their people , and any 01 them would willingly die for the otherR. A while aKa one 01 the F"anses saw a comrade tossed Into the air bY a wounded whnle , The man's leg was broken and as h. fell Into time water he ' \ ' helpless Evans sprang overboard , he1' a him just as he was sinking and helq 41mi until help came , nearly half al hour , lall. He was asked : "What would you hayejone If , he had died while you held him 1" : 1Jl } : replied : "I [ should hlve gone down wltti1iInj " , tha Is all. " A UNIQU0HiSTORY . Thh little eommnunhty'bas ' the ordering or most or Its affairs , 111 ! ts history today Is as unique ! as its beglnllln was remarkablo. Fancy a civilized a'oeletyslhat pays no taxes and yet has paId offlci1s. Thh Is because the Norfolk Islanders bavefmoney II the bank In hte community naiE.1"Year ago the Meld aneslan missions acquired' land on the island for their headquartat thy ' the payment or $ 5OOO. This sum was adle < to $15,000. the pat due to the Nololk islanders 'or the " 1lcaLn fund , " ra\ed "In England , The HOOOO was Invested Iin Sylney , and the In. terest pays the very nest salaries or the chief magistrate , th'o counciors who assist him In public affairs , the pastor , the doctor and all the other expenses or the pub- lie sen'lce , except that each male adult haste I to give to the ommunly ntle dYs' work a I year for real making and other public pur- poses. Every child between the ages or G and 1 must be sent to school , amid their par- ets are fined 6d a dar for every day they are absent wllout good excuse . Deer , wine and other spirituous iiquora , may be landed on the . island cnly for medicinal purpOJes , amid time smallest fine lor IntoxIcation Is no , hlch II a small fortune In that neighbor- hood Indulging In profane or obscene ian. guage or bearing rall ewlness are crimes that cry a heavy penalty . The people are most hospitable , but the man who leeks to make I home among them wilt meet a chilling rEcepton and make a speedy exit lu hIs char- . . . , - actor does not Inspire tonMene . 'rheir I chIef holiday , ucrptng l' ' rlhnu , I. the anliverur or the Idl.hl : ur the mutneers elm Ile.lrn ) heismiti. . Thpf ( gUNI I hntl sllple Ileoillt have 11a.0 aim lot ' testing challter In history , I begins with time story or one or the most terrible t'nimmmes or the sea. Every one or their father was n murderer - derer anti would have heen hul,1 I ho haul ben caught. nut that nne old milan , JaIl damns , thc last or the mUUn"ers , lived to wipe out time blot upu hb good Ilme by Ilsllln II time mind , of the chlhlrerl so much love for truth and gc'utiness that they anti their descen.1nts . have never departed rror the path he taught them to treat. , CIUSOE 0 [ SUNDAY ISIANU , As we look over the 1)'rl(1 Islan'l In the Pacific we imisy ace white men emi many n Ito rock who arc voluntary exiles thcr . Years ago a mal named Hell , who was a planter on a smal scale 1 : Sal\ , decided to emigrate , with his wife amid children , to Sullay Islall , , an Inlnhahle" speck In the ocean , about GO mIles rror New ZealanI , Ho knew I was a lo\'ely shot fertile , ten- perate antI hmealthtul. So , In 1878 , he hlre(1 ( a tralng sehooler to lall the Del family amid' mill their possessIons on SIIII ) ' isammd. There they have lived ever since , raising European vegetables and other crops I'\\y year or two a vessel would drop Into 1)eim- hll bay to see hell , tell hIm ome clothing and hardware amid . take away his marketable . able products. Del calId the \lan(1 ( his rarm , atHI whel he wlshel to see time whole of It ho had only tl climb to Its hlKf Jt point , 1,700 feet above the sea , amid see the little waves lapping his entire twenty mies 01 coast line. II 18S8 1'lllall annexell ! r. Belt and his farm without 50 much as asll- Ing his permlslol , amid now he has to endure - duro R lte human society , for a few other planters have settled there. Ierhaps few or our readers have ever heard or Mrs. l mll II. I I.'orsythe , the dammghter or Mr. aCe , formerly our consul In Samoa. Her mothcr was a Samoan girl , but the beautul daughter was educated In San Francisco , and Is a thorough Ame- lean In fehlng. As a girl she had the rep- utatol or beimmg better acquaInted with the trade anti ( commerce or the Southern Pa- ' cifc than any American living In 'that re- glen and within the put fifteen years , since the death or her husband , her energy and intelligence have enabled her to accumu- ' lao a large fortune In a regIon 01 which very little Is known Casting about for a fell or enterprise , she visited the cannibal Island 01 New Britain , near New Guinea , and there she rounl a high tnble-Ian , where Rho felt certnln , there was 1 chance to sbrt profitable plantatIons For a mere trife she lought front the chiefs a large amount or lanti . Then she organized a drum or planters and traders , kept the control- ling Interest In her own hands , managed the buslnesr herRelr and five years ago , and 1) ( haps today , the company was doIng the largest business under al ) ' flag In that part or the Pacifc , The writer has not Been ! recelt statistics 01 her trlde , but five years i ago she exported 062 tons a fcopra thlrt- seven tons or pearl shels , timirty-five tons 01 heche de mer amid 27,000 pounds or South Sea island cotton. She was employing fifty whie men all several hundred umatives . was extending her enterprises tar and near , anti , 111ou/h : only about 40 years or age she had already amassed a fortune under n tropical RUI amid among the cannibal Islands She has provel that at least one woman cnn succeed where many a p white man has failed. Nei' , litluulul 1.1.1. A new fuel for steamboats has rcent ) ' been tested , first In the merchant marine and later on the Italian and French navies , with great success. The German navy departmelt has just ordertd experiments with fuel , which II called mimastmt I Is , properly sppaldng , n derivative 01 coal tar , which In turn Is mauufactured rrom soft or bitumInous - tumInous coal. This liquid fuel Is carried In tanlis , and Is red Into the fire boxes thrcuh pipes , at time end or which a strong currelt or air atomizes the fuel and blows It Ilto every corer or the fire box. A strong flame passes up through the tubes and wals or the boiler , burs almdst smokeless ! , and develops , a conshlerhly higher temperature thal coal , gmeralng thereby n iargrr amount 01 steam. I ts calmed for title fuel that I will Increase the steam capacity about 20 per cent. The first experiments on the schoolshlp Carola \ ere bO successful that the Navy department has ordered the battle- ship ) Welssenturg and the armorclad SleK- fried to be spupled with masut fire boxes , and the 'esUI\ \ , of } ) e , experiment Is l looked for ward to wIth great Interest p Ilh'r.th.1 I'ohmtt I II 1''lrIIC' ' . An Interestng c'zo Is now pending In the New York court 01 appeals , based on a suit to recover on an accdent ! Insurance polcy. : Tim plaintiff was a railway shop worker , who lost In 189 the lour fingers , put 01 the thumb and a portion or the palm 01 him rIght hand. The policy was for $2,000 and providEd that In case or "loss by severance alone entire hand or root" tht Insured shoud : be entitled to receIve ! one.thrd : 01 the prloclp : SUI , , or 66666. The insurance compl ) COl tests payment on the pea : tnt the plaintiff has not lost "one entire hand , " although It Is difficult to understand just what value can bo placed upon nil hand In its proet cur- talml conditon , H the defendant wns ! the case Justce should cal for an amendment to the law which makes such a decision pos5lbe : " A : luUhe' Sb l'ct Iii Leimi.thi. The bearded freak 01 America , since the death or Adam Klrpln , Is James Brown , iiimo at time 01 lat accounts lived near the viage or Dealnton , Draxton county , \9 Va. lIe Is a splendid specimen 01 manhood . hood , over six feet high and 01 proportionate weight , end boal'ts that he has trimmed neither his beard nor mustache "since the war , " His moustache IR probably the long- est In the world , being almost exactly six feet from tip to lp , A good Idea or its length may le obtained by a Ilo\ledge 01 the fact that the ends extend beyond hb. stretched. finger tips when hIs arml' are fully out- - nlr" Cuu.e u Fire . An outbreak or fire near the roar or a dwelling hOlse at Orerton this week Is at- trlluteJ to a singular canse. I Is surmh that , In building a nest , the bIrds had utlzeJ a lucifer match , which by some movements 01 the reathered occupants on lolly even Ing became Ignited . The fire brigade wan cle(1 ( out , but time occupier 01 the house , wih tIme help or hlR neighbors , had cxliii- uldled the fire when the brigade arrived , Tim damage was confned to a part or the beard near the roof gutter . p and a bird's nest. Nut , , 'hut H. Mt'zm - mit. A story Is told of a cortan : commlte3 meet- Ing In which the IrOcellngs commence:1 with noise ant gradually bec3mo uproarious At last one or the disputant , losing all con- trol over his emoton , exclaimed to his op- pnent : "Sir you are , I think time biggest ass that I ever had the misfortune to set eyes upon ! " "Order , order ! " said the chaIr. man gravely. "You seem to forget that I ammo In the room . " . 11."t I'm..l ) ' ( sir lice StImii . Remedies sganst ! bee stings are numerous A beekeeper advlsos always planting white : poppies near the hives I one Is stung bf one or the Insects he takes a white poppy , cuts oft its he.d and apples to time wcund come drops or them Iky Juice It contaIns. The pain Is allayed at once and no Infamma' ton Is produced , NONE SETTER MADE ' OCILI' - eMAIL iL.4 : MAIL OUCH TOBACCO No Chemicals PUREST and BEST No Nnvc QptKmNo NERVEl QI.KING No hEART PAL'ITATINQ No DY8PEPTIC ACHING A IlTI-NERVOU8 Mu I -DYSPEPTIC . - . - - . . . . . . & 4 " , _ , . , , LIliES TiE tXnCHI mUJ ) ) ) Omnltl Undertaker Who is In Levi with Ills Busiuuss , - MUTE AND COLD COMPANIONS PLEASL HIM 1(1'11'(1 'h..c I. I r i'et'ulimuu' Cimmi rust . \.ut I i'nil it isssn-.Ssuiiue HI ue. . .I" 1 "IH'r".el' " 1"llcc- Ilr'I,11 \ e. "Thero Is I a certain m'stcrlou cllart1 about lY bmminess . " remarle,1 a prominent 11letaler 01 this city , "timat wluhl be hard to eXlllaln to the Inlnllated. I cal hmmmrdiy give n sulsritor ) ' reason for I 1)'sel but the tact exitt imevcrtimelcss chau'mn exltw ne\'erthellss. amid the rhall gl't\\'f ) upon one year after year , as lie comi- tinumes in timis vocation. Time contimiumeti imammul. iimmg of bodies miller mm limo beconmes a imroeeee timat is almost a lrurt of ammo's mmmittmrc , anti timummght ummicammumy cmiii disagrceabie to time mmiajonity of imumnmammity , to time immidertaker antI emmibalmmiur it becomumee a iiumrsmuit of lmmterest and often of iuleaetmre. This santo pimeuoniemmomm immay he frcquemitly eneuurmtereui ammiommg macti- cal sttmdents titter tlmey have attendeti .i nummi- tier of dumsceuing ; eunice. 'rime tumtiy of tIme iiimniamu body , the immtist magmmificcnt imieco of mmieelmanismmi imm time whole ammimmial creation , is at all timmmes an aborblmig omic. I have knowmi immany ycutlmful students of piiyeiology ip Imaumit time table umimon whuicim lay tIme subject of sommme class lecture late into time night anti In glooniy place's that nmost ieolilo wcmumlui ahmuim in lmorror. It is a trite saying tlmat a persomi cami beconie immumreui to mmmmythmimig by nssocla- tion , multi time rmmle holds gooti in our case , As for imiyself , I rarely feel any dread of commmimig in contact withu a uiead body. At titmice , imow- over , time olul feelimig commmes back with start- limig force , CONSTANT ANt ) SOLEMN LESSON , "Time liositiomi of mmmi usntiertaker , as stand. log on time dividing hue betweemi wlmat Is earthly amid site great mmiysteriomms beyoimd , is ammothmcr curiomms lmlmase of ommr bumsimmeas , It Is a commstant remnimitler of iihmat a fleeting existemice we mmmay ealucct imi this world , anti in time case of friends and relatives , hmoiv soomm we mimay ho forgotten , Timis is not a pee- simmmlstic View I take , but ammo baseul on actual facts gaimmeui by observation. There are cases of newly mnarrieml coimplem , ivimeii the smmitlemm taking off of omme seemmi3 amm Irreparable loss to time otimer anti time nmnnner In which 1110) ' show their bereavemnemmt is sometimnes affect- lug , even to ourseives , who are popumiarly sump. poseti to be imeartless wretcimes. You many often take this display of feelings for what it Is wortim , but I mmhouiui say that time people wimo inmuke time least fass mire usually the niost sincere , mmmmti timat the otimers are time quickest healed of timelr sorrows. "Speaking of time dreaui that a person has of handling bodies , I romnenmber an Imistance In my own experiemice that happened shortly before I went into business for myself. I was working in a large undertaking estab- lishimient In time east , anti the orderm. ' for somne tlmime had been umnusualiy imeavy. I worked with several otimer embalniers steadily alt one day tiii late in tue evenhmig. It was quite dark when I left tIme roommm where we had eight or ton bodlums in variunms stages of preparation - ration for btmriai to get may stmpper'hen I rettmrneti abotmt an houmr iater mny coma- panions imad left. The roomn it ; which the bodies were recelveui ival' a large , tianip basemnent ummimier time sslesroonm , It was reached by a long flighmt of stairs tlmtut ten- mmmlnatetl directly in time embalming room. I haul no matches , but , knowing time place per- fectiy well , passed down time steps ammml starteui for a match box timat hung on the opposite wall , I imad not taken two steps when I ran into a 'subject' fumli force. I pitcheui imeadlong over it , Both fell to time floor with a rattling crash. The cold , clanmmy touch of that grtmel'orno object In the dark with not a sound other than those made by myself is an experIence that I will never forget. NO BURYING ALIVE DONE. "Are people ever buried alive ? No , I think not. Such stories I thmink are in most In- 'stances fakes. I have been in title business a grjut. niany years , antI I never came across such I case , nor ever knew amiy one else thmat did. Time nearest approach to anything of this kimmd that I have emmcountered was one of suspemided animation , In which we lucId time subject for two weeks. The body was warmn uluring this emmtire period , but timere was neitimer imeart pulsation nor respiration. We waited until au animal heat had gone before time burial preparatlomis were continued , The wild tales that frequently sprtmmg up from some [ icechiarn's pills are for bilious. ICSS , bilious headache. dyspep. 3ia , heartburn , torpid liverdiz. ziuesssick headachebad taste in the rnouth coated tongue , loss of appetitesa1lov Skinet.c , , when caused by constipation ; and constipation is the most frequent cause of all of them. Go by the book. Pills zoc and 25C a box. Book free at your druggist's orwrite B. F. Allen Co. , 365 Canal St. , New York. Annual ealse more than 6.000 1100 boxes. . - _ ; - _ _ - - - - ittI Ic itmlamml % 'Ili.mKe of it braultifutl girl's cas. bet hAving hmeeui eipeied ; , site havIng been fount with ; mst.rle'l CoUnttmmisiie amid die- iuevtieul , hmmuir. Is miii tot. Ii ; the first place it ii iuitl be mitt ny Iinposeilmie for any oime In ii coflImm to reach the head with time tmmunil , Country un. dertauiers rareiy carry more than two sixes ( if cOfluhiui for nuimults 1mm , tock , These sure usually of time larger sizes. 'imen a person of smiuall stature is l'iaeemi In one of them and driven over time rough coummitry rotumis to the cnueiery th hotly ti oftem ; ilisiulaceti , This fm'ct is what gives rise to time uiifferent stories. "I'Imi operation of crmilmalmning should al. ways be perfurmacti witim extreimie caution. Time iitm'.ul umseul is a rank poison , antI ommce Imijecteui lute the vnimme Is uomrc death ; In Lt. self , I remmiemmaber a ease in pohmit thmmit oc- eurreul one surmmmmmer ii lien I was 'isiting ia ( 'ommmmeetk'mmt. A farmer till ) ' mit time small resort - sort wimere I stayeml was uirownemi in the lake near Imy , lie ivas hauled out anti taken to tIme imommee of his imaremiis. 'rime cotmntry un- ulerlmiker ii ; the nearest town Imaul a call from sttmime fmmrmmmi'r hum tlm neighborhood , amid its iuns called imu by time iaml's parents as ito tirmmvc' hi ) ' . The mmiami asked no qumestiomie as to 1mw icmmmg time boy Imati beemm cult of limo water. lie tried no immeans of rcmumscltmutlmmg imimu , but iimmuuictiately imricecleui to e'mimbalmmi time , hotly. Parties tint iu'ere lresemmt told immo afterwarti timat tIme act of lImit imiftu was lithe simort of itmuruier , antI I domm't mioubt it. " . y.- ' -I vt- _ ' _ _ _ % . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Ladles lomldng ( for' those choice , rmtt'e mtdotiiimiemttmt fet the 1Imlii ( ' iiivarlmm hly gi'mt'Itmste to\'uirdr4 out' sttim'e , vimei'e ( 'v'ry thing 1mm art thmmtt is mid 1mtie : inul lui'itimtlful nrc stlt'e to be fOlllml at stimulI lirices. A Ilospo Ji' . , Art and Muitic , 15i3 IOUIJLAS. ) Q WS A n'rii ni ir l'nimary , flog ? irLuiii.I U ondaryorPj , Umurybyplmllmapermammentiy cured in 15 to l5dayui. Ycmi can botrentedat. homime to the emume price immmder eamno guaranty , I youlmreerto coamo here wo will contract to Day rallroafi flue anti imcutol biliiaumtt no cxmar8.le we tall It ) cmmre , If you have tiukon tiler. cury , lodido potash. ammtt , till have aches anti osine , MUcou ; l'atcimeq in mouLlm , Sore Throat , I'implcs , Copier ( oiorsrd Spots , Uleern ou toy part of the bouly , hair or Eyebrow5 muIiiuj 'jut , it lathis f4ypIuilitIo SIIAOl ) I'OISON thaI 'ye guiaramiteo to ctmro. we solicit Limo molt obetl- 'iMo eases mmmi ciimtltemige time world for it caeu we emiflhmot cure , ' 'Imis ' dIcaee has niwsa bafliect the itklll ottiso insist emnisicmttplmyal- Clans , .3OOOO ( ) capital behln'l our uncondt' Imonaigmlnrt.nty , Atlsohlmtopruofseenteealcdon appiicPtlon Afldree ( OO1 ICEMIWY ( JO , , ao x-si 'Eomnle. OU1CLiUO ILL. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Council Bluffs , Iowa , CAI'ITAL , - - - $100,000 'Id SOLICIT YOUR IIUSINESS. % 'l.i lJI6SiitiO ' ( ) L1It 'COI't.ECTlONS , oxe : or 'i'uila OI.hHST 1lANIS IN IOWA is i'toit CliNT I'Ahl ) ON 'l'IMId lIdI'OS1T GAIL AM ) SICId US 015 Vlti'ld. tt1It , c. PAIMPP1flPl' . % itortmeye.at law. uI'lu ' it uzatluIil UUI'rnctlce , in the State end Federal Courts. Rooms 306-7-8-9 , St gart. I3iock Councm Bluffs. Iowa. l'i'omsosmuhs for Arieitigsmu "t'elh , Iuidmm wilt lie receiveul by time Board of Pmtm'k Comnniissiommers on em' before October ii 18)5 , for sinking tun artesian velh in Iliniwoctil imark , lii nceortimtmico uvitim plamme on tile In the iinrlc 0111cc , Time right is mo. iterved to reject ummy or mmli bids. F. 13. t.OWE , Secretary Park Commission. 52810-7d & E . SpciaI NoIicfls-CounciI Diuffs I WANTED. A GOOD GIIU , FOii iiii i'iiXL imousework and good cook , 7O SIxth aveue , Fort IIENT , MY ItSflSIDENCE , Ill PLATNEIS Street , after Novemnbcr 1 ; eight rooms ; mmiodcm'mi convenkmmce , Also iive ruoni homme , No. 320 Plmitner street ; possession at any time. .lacab Sims. CmIIMNIJfl'S cLloNrn ; VAULTS CLEANED. Ed limmrke , sit W. B. Homer's , 535 L'm-usdwy , FOR ItENT , &SIJPT. 1 , 1SO5CORiL'flST1i1 room , 25x100 , in mmpp block. Steam lmeat Ceutraiiy located , FL ii , Sheaf , , & Co. WANTUD , COhi'L'I'ENT ( hilti. . FOil GmNEItAY lioueewmimk , aIrs. A. T , l"Iickinger , 821 Iourth avenue. SCHOEDSACK'S TWIN CITY DYIE WORKS r , Dyeing and Cleaning of : L Clotliiiig , Dresses and Household Goods. OMAHA OlFICE , 1521 Enrumsin St. Tclcphtono 1521. COUNCIL BLUIFS WOflKS and Office , Cor. Me , A nuct 26th St. Tel. 310 SEND FOR PRICE LIST. . Your House I , Hffi4 Heated Freed - - d Not from a financial standpoint ex- I i" I ' , actly , but entirely FREE from the defects which are so often found in' the g eneral run of heating phtnts. h , , BIXBY. Stcnm emi'.i IIct Wmmtcr Ilemitlug , 202 MAIN STI1HHT , hiesutlmigammi , hiauItary Hmigluaar. COU'LCII. ilLUm'3 , IOWA COUNCIL BLUFFS. iOi34j STEAM DYE WORKS CU' . ' COU1 Jli kinds of Dyeing anti Cicmtnirmg done In time higlmeat atyie of time art. Faded antI t. stained fabrics made PYEWO to look as good as : : new. Work promptly - DYE done and delivered in nil parts of 'the coummtry , Send for ! price list. 0 , it , . % I4OlIt4' - : ProVrh'tIC' . . liroadway , near North. western Depot , Counoll I Ziluffi , Iowa. eL 3 $ . L . , g'k - , - .