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THE OMAHA DATTiT BERs WETTSTESDAV 15 , 1800.
I NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA. I COUNCIL BLUFFS. Mi.VOIt MH.M'IO.V. . . . . D.ivln sells glass. Moore's food kills worms and fattens. C. K. Alexander Ik Co. , picture frames. Iowa Furniture A Carpet Co. , 407 Il'way. J. C. Ilixhy , hunting , plumbing. Tel. 193. Mrs. Chariot Clnnr , wlfo of Ollluar Cluar , Is seriously 111. C. II. Jaciucmln & Co. , Jewelers and op ticians , 27 Sjuth Main street. Get your uork done at the popular Eagle laundry , 721 Hroadway. 'phono 1G7. Attorney G. II. Jennings of Shcnandoah wan In the city yesterday attending federal court , W. J. ( Martin of Hancock , manager of the Bouth lirnnch Klcvator company , was In the city yesterday. T. M. Orr of Chicago , connected with the right of way department of the Illinois Central railway , is In the city. C. W. Stuart , tin attorney of Clarlnda , was the guust yesterday of his nephuw , I ) , M. Stuart of tlio legal llrm of Saundcrs & Htunrt. fulled States Marshal Gcorgo M. Christian nnd daughter , Miss Jessie , arrived from ( Jrlnnell yesterday to attend the term of federal court. lion. lo w 11 Miles of Corydon , United fUnteH prosecuting attorney for the southern ( lit ( rid of Iowa , Is in the city attending federal court. Attorney J. L. lllnnclmrd of Avoca , who Is a candidate for state gunntor from this district , was In the city yesterday , calling DM his political friends. Thoic will be 11 meeting of the Woman's Christian Temperance union this afternoon ut 3 o'clock ut the residence of Mrs. Ilal- lengcr , 721 Willow avenue. The LadloH' Aid society of St. John's KiiKllnh Lutheran church will meet tomor row afternoon at the nwldencu of Mrs. L. V. Williams , 816 Commercial Btri'ut. II. 11. WaUon ban beoi ! called to Kwltig , Ni-b. , .by the nerlous Illness of his fathur , Dr. J. D. Watson. Ho was accompanied by lila sister , Urn. W. A. Campbell o [ Chicago. Congressman Alcl'herson of Hed Oak was In tlio city yesterday. Ills visit , he snld,1 was purely a business one and was not In nny way connected with local or state poli tics. tics.hulu Fryson , who was brought from Iho penitentialy nt Fort Madlion to testify at the trial ot her husband , i-'r.uik Fryson , was liikon back there yesterday morning by Sheriff and Mrs. Morgan. fam Friedman , the pawnbroker charged with receiving and secreting Jewelry stolen from the residence of Krnest Stongor In Omaha , will have hla preliminary hearing before Justice Vlen this morning. Miss Luna Wallace of this city , formerly employed with tbo McCormlck harvesting inachlno company , has gone to California with Mrs. McCormick , mother ot Uarrold JlUUormlcl ; , as her private secretary. Excelsior lodge , No.it ! ) , Ancient Tree and Accepted Masons , will have apodal meetings tonight ami Friday. I'ho regular meeting liight of the lodge has boon ohanged from the second Monday in oucn month to the bucond Tuesday. The following cases of measles were re ported to the Hoard ot Health yesterday : Annie Hanson , 20111 South Eleventh btrcet ; Knimu Farmer , 1C01 South Eighth street ; Fred and Abel Hanson , Upper Broadway. Martha Liirsen , 222 Kneppor street , was re ported to have whooping cough. The report of the Christian Homo for the last week shows the receipts to the mana ger's fund to lm\c been $01.50 , being $20.50 alxi.-o the needs oC the week. The receipts In the general fund amounted to S320.40 , liclni ; $120.10 above the estimated needs for the cui rent expenses ot the week. John Mowory. son of Mrs. Jennie Mowcry , lOlti Avenue 1 , died yesterday morning at St. Dernnrd's hospital , aged 21. The funeral will bo held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 : o'clock from tbo residence nnd interment will bo In Falrvlew cemetery. The services will bo conducted iby Hov. Henry DoLong. Of the amount netted by the benefit en tertainment last Thursday night for the hospital fund of Company L , Fifty-first Iowa volunteers , $500 has been cabled to Surgeon Macrae nt Manila. The balance , $1S7.05 , will bo kept to form the nucleus of a fund to bo used when the soldier boys return from thI'hlllMilnes. . The health authorities expect to raise the smallpox quarantine on the Ueckwlth resi dence on Broadway in u couple of days. Fred Youngs , the young man who had the disease , IH convalescent and the attending physician , Dr. Stcphenson , says there Is now no danger ot any of the members of the household catching the smallpox. William Wlllett nnd Frank Kennedy , chained with the daylight burglary of IJ. A. Wyman's residence last Sunday after noon , were given their preliminary hearing inJuBtico Vlen's court yesterday. There being no evidence to connect Kennedy with the crime , ho was discharged. Wlllett's hearing was not concluded when court ad journed. Agnes Chrlstensen , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Chrlstensen , 111 North Eighth Ktreet. died yesterday morning from con sumption , aged 15 years. The funeral will bo held this afternoon nt 2:30 : o'clock from the Scandinavian Lutheran church , whore tbo services will bo conducted by Rev. C. Madison. Interment will bo In Fall-view cemetery. The remains of the late Mrs. Virginia L. Ik-cK , widow of the late A. S. Heck , who tiled In St. 1'nul , Minn. , will arrive this morning over the Northwestern railway ut S 15 o'clock , Instead of tomorrow , as pre viously announced. Tlio body will bo taken direct to Falrviow cemetery , where services will bo conducted by Uov. G. E. Walk of Bt. Paul's Episcopal church. N. V. Plumbing company. Tel. 250. Ilcmcniber the exposition by getting Bomo copies ot Snap Shots at the Council Dluffs Dlllco of The Dee. Ten cents each. Davis sells drugs. A dance and cake walk will bo given at W. 0. W. hull on Saturday , March 18. Serious ClinrK * ' Aiiuliixl llurneH , Harrison Humes was arrested yesterday morning on tha charge of receiving nnd con cealing stolen property. Ho Is A3 years of ngo nnd the father of Sam Barnes , the young man being held by the police on sus picion of being Implicated In the robbery jf George lllshop'ti residence. As far ns can bo 'learned ' ho Is accused of concealing thickens which his son Is alleged to linvo ttolen. The case ugalnut Darucs , Jr. , on the burglary charge lias heim Indefinitely continued In pollco court. The hearing of O. 13. Illrd , also charged with the robbery of Bishop's house , bus likewise been con tinued Indefinitely. S < ; | 'I'N mi Orient , Tlio to-Inner of the bicycle In The Ileo contest , Miss Lulu Lamb , after looking over the various mnlics handled by the different dealers In Council Uluffn. decided upon the Orient. This wheel is sold by S. M. Wll- llamaou , 10Q South Main street , nnd Is ron- tildcrrd one of the lending 1S99 models. It will bo dlsplayod for a few days In the uhovv window nt The Dee ofllce. When you ride a wheel why not ride the t > cwt ? Dee bicycle contests March 1st , You chooao any make. I. lei-linen. Licenses to i\od were leaned yesterday to the following persons : Name and residence. Age. Martin Ilnny. Council Hluffs . SI Nellie M. Wnltermlre , Council Bluffs . 17 Dwlghl Newman. Gothenburg , Neb . 45 Jonnlo White , Council Bluffs. , . . . , . 43 FILE INSURANCE POLICIES BOUGHT I'ur i'tiNli or l.ouuril On. H. H. SHl'Al'K & CO. , C I'viirl Strt-vl , Cuuuoll Ululfn , Iu > vn. T Opens tha March Term of the United States Court. GRAND JURY CALLED AND SET TO WORK Kiel.I mill HlnK. Cluirfinil wHlt llob- liliiK tli I'ontiillloo nt Vllllpion , Arc Very 1'riiiniilly Inillctvil. In the absence of JtidRo Woolson tlio March term of the United States district court wns convened yesterday morning hy Jtidgo Mtingor of Nebraska. The grand Jury was Impaneled with W. A. UeLashmutt fon-mnn and John M. I'usoy clerk. The members nro : I1. Hurd , W. 11. Kllck , II. K. Forsyth , A. Spoonor , John T. Christopher , G. B. Taylor , William Cooper , J. H. Mason , C. C. Kommlg , Charles Noff , Louis Aklns , Walter Grlllln , T. J. Morgan , H. M. Hollo- way , J. D. Hussell , Charles Sheldon , Charles Cleveland , 0. II. Lucas and I' . U Harsh. Shortly after being Impaneled the Jury re turned an Indictment against Redmond Kldd nnd William Illatt on the charge of burglar izing the postofllco at Vllllscn on the night of January 8 last. Kldd nnd Illatt , who were arrested In Indiana , were brought back to IJcs Molncs where they are at present In the I'olk county Jail. The court issued an order for their transfer here nnd two deputy marshals left last evening for 1)09 Moines to bring them hero. It is expected that they will bo placed on trial at once. Lorunzo D. Thomas nnd J. U. Harkloy , against wliom an Indictment had been pre viously returned on the charge of sending uumnllable matter through the ninlls , cn- torod a plea of guilty and were let off with a line of $5 and costs , making a total of $30.08 for each. They formerly con ducted a collection agency at Atlantic , this state , and In sending out dunning letters marked their envelopes with n bright red stamp to the effect that the letters , If not delivered within BO many days , were to "bo " returned to the collection agency. Tlio de vice used by the defendants , It was charged , was In violation of Uncle Sam's law Inso much as It tended to seriously reflect upon the character of the recipient of their dunning letters. Ono of the cases to come up at the present term is that of T. J. Farnham and John Wilson , charged with the robbing of the postoHlce at Gray , la. , on the night ot November 20 last. They are nt present In custody In the county Jail here. Attorneys Frank Fisher and C. W. Stuart of Clarlnda were admitted to practice In thu federal court. Owing to the absence of Judge Woolson no civil cases will be tried nt this term nnd Judge Munger further announced yes terday that no criminal cases will bo taken up in which the defendants are out on ball. There are , however , about the usual number of bootlegging cases to be tried and Clerk Steadman stated yesterday that ho expected the terra would last about two weeks. Two voluntary applications In bank ruptcy were filed yesterday. Edward J. Fryc , a cigarmakcr of Red Oak , sched uled his liabilities nt $909.25 nnd his assets , all of which he claimed ns exempt , at $76. He placed the value of the tools used In his clgnr making business at $1. Kllslm Dean Cullison of Clnrlnda puts his liabilities at $10,104.04 , consisting for the greater part of promissory notes. His assets , consisting of household furniture and wearing apparel , ho lists at the value of $1)0 ! ) , all of which he claims as exempt. He does not state his business. Think ! If only thirty people start In on the first Dee wheel contest the average num ber of subscribers they have to get will only bo ten. Of course more will start , nnd If you are one of tlinm why should you not got a wheel ? You choose any make < iri > iit Men And Famous Women and all kinds of maga zines bound by Morehouso & Co. 'HANIC FIIVSOX IS TO OO KHI3I3. Jury AciiiltN on < lu > Charge of Coiu- pllelty In n Koliliery. Tlio trial In the district court of Frank Fryson , the negro charged with complicity in the robbery of John Hamilton , n white man , hist November' In the rooms over Saltzman's second-hand Btoro on Hroadway resulted yesterday In the jury bringing in a verdict of not guilty. John Wyntt , who wns arrested with K. H. Tracy and John Lawrence , the two men sentenced to two years in the penitentiary for robbing B. M. Lorenz's hencoops nnd breaking Into the st-hool house In Lewis township , wns placed on trial. Wyatt de manded a separate trial and his defense Is that he was not with Tracy and Lawrence the night of the robbery and did not meet them until the next morning In this city , and went over with them to Omaha , when they were nil placed under nrrest. Mrs , May C. SteveiiH filed a petition for divorce from Mlllard F. Slovens , whom she married in Harrison county , August 3 , 18SJ. Shu alleges that 'her ' husband liltreated her nnd llnnlly deserted her In July , 1SIJ. ! ) She asks for the custody of the two boys , aged 13 and G years respectively. Morris Culicn commenced suit ngnlnst the Krlo Fire Insurance company of Huffaln , N. V. , for $350 nnd interest. Cohen conducted a lodging house In nn old two-story frame building at fi2I Broadway , which was de stroyed by fire on the night of December II last. Ills furniture was insured with tTio defendant company for the amount for which ho now sues. Owing to certain sus picious circumstances connected with the llro the company lias refused to pay the In- suriinco. Churlcs Turnbloom , who says ho con ducted a tialoon In Council Hluffs during 1SS ! ) , 'has brought suit against the Omaha Irowing ! association to recover $725.35. The suit IB out of the ordinary , as the plain tiff sots up that during tlio tlmo ho was in the saloon business ho purrtiased from the defendant beer to the amount of the sum for whlcli ho now sues. Ho further alleges that It was Intoxicating liquor and the sale to him by the defendant company of sudi liquor was contrary to ( lie laws ot lown. Ilee bicycle contests begin March 1st. You choose any mak > . Still MX of ( he l.llirnry , At the monthly meeting of tbo Hoard ot Trustees of the public library tlio expected decrease In the assessed valuation of the city formed an Interesting subject for dis cussion. The decreased valuation means a material reduction In the Income of the library , which under the old valuation Is none too large , and It Is doubtful if the Income - como will te sufllclont to meet the running expenses of the Institution. At present the income of the library Is about $4,500 a year , being raised 'hy ' a 1 mill levy , which is the limit allowed by the law. If the assessed valuation Is re duced to $3,000,000. which at present appears to 'bo ' the prospect , the Income of the li brary will be cut down at least $1,500. The running expenses of the library at present exceed $3.000 n year without taking Into consideration the necessity of 'buying ' new booka from time to time. The report of the finance committee showed that the balance on hand to the credit of the library fund on Mnrch 1 was $1,019.92. The tfook com- mlttco rt-portwl that books to the value ot $1SO had been ordered nnd It was decided to Increase this by the purchase of complete Botg of Washington Irving' * works , Frank lin's 'works and Hamilton's works. They will cost approximately $ If > 0. Dee bicycle contests , toil choose nny make. .IiiKKi'tyit Arrlvi > M , D. S. Jossolyn , the newly appointed super intendent of the Omaha & St. Louis nnd the Kansas City & Kastern roads , will make his headquarters In Council Hluffs. He has secured the second floor of the First Na tional bank building for his ohlco nnd is now making arrangements for the transfer to this city of the superintendent's office nnd force from Qulncy. Mr. Jossclyn , ac companied 'by ' his wlfo , arrived last evening from Kansas City. There Is a report in railroad circles here that In addition to the headquarters of the superintendent being transferred from Qulncy hero that the auditor's ofllce and force will bo removed hero nt n near date In the future. ! Hco bicycle contests. You choose any , make. I Hook Inland Improvements. i The Chicago , Hock Island & Pacific rail way hag commenced work on the remodel ing and Improving of Its yards In Council Hluffs. Soron Wilson has been awarded the grading contract and yesterday set a largo forcu of men nnd teams nt work. The raising of the local yards as contemplated in the plans will require the filling of 160,000 yards of dirt. The greater part of the illl will bo done by the road Itself with a steam shovel and construction train. Do you want a high grade wheel" If you have no money , get one In The I3eo blcyclo contests. You choose any mako. Hluff City laundry , 'ph'one 314. Tell your friends whcro to go. It on I KNtiitc Trnnnfcrn. The following transfers were filed yester day in the abstract , title and loan office ot J. W. Squire , 101 Pearl street : The Avoca Bank to John II. Von Dol- len , lot 18 , In Town of Avoca , o. d. sw'4 seU D-77-39 ; also set ; seU 8-77-39 , w. d $2,200 Jullii A. Harding1 to Kdgar Harding , lots 10 nnd 17 , blork 12 , Burns' iidd. , Council Bluffs , w. cl 100 George W. Neidler to C. G. Snuiideitt. lot 7 , block II , Hall's add , Council Bluffs , w. d 1.C50 Annie Le-wls and husband to Grant Pilling and Arthur C. Lewis , swVi STi-71-IO , w. d 0,000 Citizens' State Bank of Oakland to F , M. Lewis , \v % nw',4 1" , and o',4 neVi 18-75-33 , w. d 7,840 Thomas Brock to August Krupger , wHi se > 4 and se'/i se'i 16-76-40 , w. d 5,100 "William A. Plnkerton to Fort Dodge it Omaha Hallroad Company , 61H : acres in w % sw'4 3-77-14 , w. d 2,879 Isaac G , Carter to Luclndu Carter ( his wife ) , part of Outlet 1 , Carter's add. to Town of Hancock , w. d 1 Emma F. Maloney end hufbnnd to Dean Mnlonoy , lot 6 , block 10 , AVrlghts' add. to Council Bluffs , q. c. d 250 County Treasurer to Thomas Olllccr and W. H. Pusey , lot 0. bock ! 14 , Plcrce's mid. . Council Bluffs , t. d 20 Ten transfers , total $26,040 TIPS FOR FRUIT GROWERS Series of Experiment * to Find Varieties Which Thrive in Iowa Soil , ADDED EQUIPMENT TO THE AUDITORIUM Striielnro Will He Coiivertllile Into One of tlio Liii-Kcit Opera lloiinfM In tlioV ' ! t limn TroiiiH llllvp X > t Yet DBS MOINHS , Mnrch U. ( Special Tele gram. ) The executive coinmlttoo of the Stuto Hortlculturnl society mot here today nnd nnmcil the followhiK mcinbors to pre pare n list of tested nnil discarded fruits of j their districts , the lists to bo presented at 1 'tho next annual meeting In order to show , Iowa farmers what to rnlso In the way of frnlts : First district , C. N. Stownrt , Wash ington ; Second district , n. A. Mnthows , Knoxvlllo ; Third district. Silas Wilson , At lantic ; Kourth district , W. S. Fultz , Musca- tlne ; Fifth district , II. W. Lnthrop , Iowa City ; Sixth district , C. L. Watrous , DCS Molnes ; Seventh district , Christian Oteln- mnn , Mapleton ; Klghth district , 11. P. Speer , ; Codnr Falls ; Ninth district , 11. F. Fe-rrls. , Hampton ; Tenth district , E. F. Klnno , Storm I Lake ; Eleventh district , C. 0. Pnttnn , Charles City ; Twelfth district , Eugcno Sccor , , Forest City. The allotments nro not to con- i grosslonnl districts , but territory as InlJ out by tins society. The Dos Mollies Auditorium association to day decided to add a complete stage nnd opera house equipment to the now nudlto- rlum. AM It will seat 1,000 It will bo one of the largest opera houses In the west. This will make live theaters In DCS Molnes , ami It Is said that the theatrical trust contem plates coming hero to put up a sixth that will ho finer than any of them. H. W. Wheeler , the Chicago traveling man who fell down an elevator shaft at the H. S. Clmso grocery house here last night , is not expected to live until morning. His skull was fractured. An afternoon paper today sent out the report that the Fifty-first Iowa was fighting at Manila. This Is untruo. Governor Shaw 1ms cabled to Colonel I opor , In command , asking for an Immediate reply , stating the exact location of the regiment , condlilon of men , etc. The Iowa men have not yet been In the fighting line. The executive council Is busily engaged this week listing the railroads and preparing to make the annual assessment of roads. Some of them are being heard each day , but as yet no sensations have coma up. The body of an unknown mas was found etrown along the track of the Chicago , Bur lington & Qulncy Railroad company In this city this evening. It Imd evidently been struck by a switch cnglno which passed just previous. Outlet to the Gulf. AlfES , la. , March 14. ( Special. ) S. V. Wardall , secretary of the Duluth & New rlcans Hallwny company , pnssed through ills city yftirrday and nlntcd that the bonds of the company linvo all born dis posed of nt fi per cent above the prlcn llMl nuked for them ami that 145 miles of the roHil will ! > e built this spring and the rolling stock will bo In operation by August 1. This Is the road hy which It Is proponed to give the Industries of the northern and central stntrn a new market for their produce ami a through line to southern facilities and water transportation. CloNi * r.lrcUnii < iu Director. * ! , ATLANTIC , la. . .March II. ( Special. ) The most hotly contested election for school directors which over took place In this city occurred yesterday. There was a total of SCO votes polled , being only sixty lesw than the vote nt the general election last fall. There were six candidates In the field : W. A. Follett , Dr. F. W. 1'orterlleld. A. L. Dunn. Dr. W. J. Flndley , Dr. W. F. flrnlmm anil J. S. Oa s , The first three were elected ami had the highest vote In the order named. TrUe for Kliie llutler. I A'.MKS , la. , March 14. ( Special. ) August | Zimmerman of tills city recolvcJ yesterday from the Transmlsslsslppl Kxposltlon a sil ver medal as third prlzo In the butter-mak ing competition. DEATHJiECORD. lllMnHaii mid l'oi > nimil < . BERLIN , Mnrch 14. llcrr Ludwlg Bam- bcrger , a former member of the Ilelclistag and tlio author of a number of works on history and political economy , Is dead. Ho was born in 1S23 ami was at one time one of the leaders of the national liberal party ami nn adversary of the late 1'rlnco Bis marck. KrlcK-iiuitin , I'rciu-li Collaborator , PAU1S , March 14. A dispatch from Luon- vllle , Department of Muertho-et-Mosoll. an nounces the death of Emllo Erlckmann , the French novelist , who collaborated In ilotlon for many years -with Alexandra Clint- rain , using the compound name. Erlckmann- Chntrnlii. illo was In his seventy-seventh year. Henry Stonewtreet. KANSAS CITY , ( March 11. Major Henry I Stoncstreet died at the homo of his daughter hero today. IMaJor Stoncstreet was born In ! Lexington , Ky. , In 1822 , nnd won his title In the confederate army , serving through mcst of the war as quartermaster of Gen eral Jo Shelby's brigade. Old Settler of I.r.vltiKloti. LEXINGTON' . Neb. . March 14. ( Special ) W. A. Hammond of this city died last night of stomach trouble after a short Ill ness. lie was a member of Uio Independent Order of Odd Fellows and several Insurance orders. Ho settled In Lexington in IS'o. IiiKiiruiK-c linn rile * of ( > 1 < l Ane. I CHICAGO , March 14. Henry S. Dtirand , one of the oldest and best known Insurance men in the west , died today. Death was due to ago rather than any sickness. Stelntlutl. the rh. BERLIN , March 14. Hoyman Stelnthal , the German philologist , Is dead. Allalr In Kentucky. ELKTON. Ky. , March 14. Pate Jones was shot and killed hero last night and Will Gray was wounded in a fight between Jones , his son Charlie , Will Gray and throe coun trymen , and the city police. The men were drunk and disorderly and opened llro on the officers. Mrs. Pinkham speaks earnestly to women suf = fering from this discouraging complaint. Backache is one of the most common of woman's troubles and one of the most wearing. It is not an acute pain , but a most dis tressing1 , wearying sensation , making1 work almost impossible and indicating disease of the feminine organs. A common mistake is to treat backache in women with local external applica tions , calling it "a little spinal irritation " or a "touch of rheumatism. " Do not be deceived ; your backache means serious trouble for you unless the cause of it is removed. All uterine and ovarian diffi culties arc relieved by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Such relief progresses in almost every case to a complete cure * With relief of these troubles backache disappears. Mrs , M. E. MULLER , 16 Franklin St. , Providence , R. I. , writes : Mils. PINKHAM : I have been , ; Lydia 13. I'inkhain's Vegetable Com pound for backache. Tlio pain was something dread ful ; ut times I could not walk straight. Now 1 inn nil right mid enjoy good health. I feel like a new womiin. You do not know how thankful J um that I have got my health back , and I liavo you to thank for it. Your medicine is the best that I have over used , I advise all hulk's to try it , and L am sure it will give unbounded satisfaction. I will recommend it to every friend 1 have. Hiss LIZZIE KOHLLA , 529 Tecumseh St. , Toledo , Ohio , writes : Dr.AR Mns. PiNKifAH : I cannot praise your Vege table Compound enough. For about a year I was sick with the backache. I could not work , could not sleep at night , and did not care to live. About two months ago I saw your advertisement in a paper , and thought 1 would try your Compound. To-day J feel like a new person. I am just enjoy ing health ; never felt so good in my life. 1 have recommended your Vegetable Compound to many of my friends , who arc now using it , and think it is just splendid. A woman of experience in these matters understands women , and Mrs. Pinkham of Lynn , Mass. , has a wider experience than any physi cian , male or female. She offers you her counsel free of charge , and it is a friendly , sympathetic counsel. No man sees your letter or its answer at any time , and to secure the best advice it is necessary that you should be perfectly frank , this you can be to one of your own sex. Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound A Woman's Remedy for Woman's i * ' ' MUNYON'S INHALER. Cures Cnturi'li , Asthimu llronchilis Hint All Throat inul Dlscas.1" . Clouds of ModYiitnl V | or nr ? through the inotith and omitted from the iiostriK < lrnn iiiK mid vii | > " ' * ) nil tlio Inllntnnl mid ill'raurO num. which cannot , IKroiichwl b > nifdlvlno taken Into the f stcniiiu'h. \\ltti the Inltnt-r von nrc > r-tuililcil to Iront M'lirsrlf nl your hoim- . thus suvlliR ilirtors' ! It ilncs ! iw.iwith t tklliK unplojisatit iMsrx into tln > stntn.n h ami renders "in- lit rijjcjjj1 HI > rniilnj. c auH-rlx'ng or ! 'jm- in. 'fiiiMt < or iii , dixi ! < ( < t dir otly at- till Urd .Hid tin1 UITHI * di-olrnyt'il. Price $1,00 $ At or all mulled rent our office. If > mi ttnti * a Cold , try II. if you IIIM ( lie Urlt. | < ry II. If you linvo TII- tiirrli. ( ! } It. ir ,1011 hint- Ser < > Tin-nut , ir > II. If yon Imvo n < * iniuli > tr > II. If > on IIIIA iany Tin-out or Lnnti ; Tritiililc , tr.v It. It l'oiltlHy I'll IT * . MUNYON'S REMEDIES. "VP lllll'1u""ls' ' " . my Khrnm.-i tNm c'tinwill . -urn It in n few hours ; my ir ° , v ! " ' . ' ' " "ny r1' ! " "r I" dim -lion or stotn.uh tumble ; W ppr rout of kldm-y ' I'.ini.l'ilnM. . ' Uic-lndlnB ltrUlit * I > N , , , . . , . i- , nr , d with my Kldni-v Cure ; Write Professor Munynn for medical nU ice on nn > illm-w. AllSOLt'TKLY FllKK. The most obstinate riw > successfully treatol In the strictest e-nnlldrn MtJNYON'B H. II. 11. CO. . 1505 Atvh Si. Philadelphia. has just begun The early bird gets . . . the wheel $ START OUT AND GET ORDERS NOW < $ You Choose Any Make FOK MOTIIJ3RS OF I3OVS. / All mothers who are desirous of REAL buying CHEAP cither n suit , an overcoat or n pair of trousers for their boys should attend our auction sale In the store room next to Ofllcer & Puscy's bank , 502 Broadway. The sale com mences Wednesday , March 15 , At 10 O'clock A. M. and will last until we have disposed of all the stock now on our hands that we purchased of the old firm of MetcalC Bros. With a poor looking suit is jinyiliing but ploas- ing. Get the latest thing out in ] 8i'J ) ' styles , at moderate prices , at the old reliable tailoring estab lishment of 540 BROADWAY , CODNCIl DLUffS. suffering from nervous debility , varl- cocci ? , nominal wctiknrp * , lou mun- hooil , emissions and unnatural Jin- chiirKtH cauitd by crront ot younger days .which , If not rellovod hy rnodl- cil truatmont , Is doploruble on mlucl and body. DO NOT MARRY wh n suffering ; aa this leads to lo of memory , IOHB of tplrita , b.iitifulncdfl In loclnty , pulns In mnall of back. friiht- lul drtnmu , dnrk ring * around the eyen. plmplosi or breaking out on faro or body. H-nd for our vmptnm blank. We can uure you and oaptclnlly do we deelro old and tried coar-i , an wo clmrKe nothlne for -idvlcu and ( 'lvo you u written guarantee to mro the worat caeo on record Not only are the weak orRan rMlortd , but all IJBHCS , drains and dluihargtn mopped. Send 2c stump for question blank to HAHN'S JMAIIMACliunlin , Ncl > , BLOOD POISON First , sdconrt or tertiary uta u.VK NKVEH FAIU No detention from buslnera. Write UB for particulars. Dept. J. B. IIAHN'B ' 1'IIAII.MACY , Omalin , Neb , 1"JP11 > ' - Monthlies to tto day. Turtc- Iih T. & P. rills. Never faJIs Cures scanty , cxceailvo or painful mftiMtrun- tlon. tl box , 2 boxes cure any CHU. Dept. B. H. HAHN'S Pharmacy , 18th and ITurnam , OMAJ1A , NEI1 , ? OBOBOBOBOBOBOBOBOB0BOIOBftSl ! ] The Bee P s Represents the West I Mail it \ to your friends. LOANS I On Improved Faring In Iowa 5 J'KH c-KNT. With a Kiiml' Commission. I SNAl'H. ! For Sale 7-lvmm IIOUHP. city water Ifk | hoiifv ; thrt'c Rood lotH with fruit lres : Ki'oiiiula In line condition ; Hlttntod onVtint liroinhvuy , ncnr Twcnly-HGcniuI Htri'Ol. Jl.l'i' ' " ' , If NOlll III OIK'l' . Sal'-lluuso of 10 rooms In line con dition anil KIIOI ! locution , with stable , ally wiili-r , utc. , J.'I.EOii. HOIIHO of c roojrjH. nioilorn , Ji,7v ! > . llousfi of H roomy , inuiprn ] , ? O.OM lliiiiHo of 10 runniH , itioilurn , JT.OOO UCIUHP ofI rooms anil luirn , Ono-lmlf Tinloriiiloiib for above iiroporty i < il the 1)-Kt ( In Iho city , ) ( ; * . ' of C 1-ooinn niiil two ifood lolrt , traiiHfi'r ili-pot , Jl.JtO ; catty tcniin. htodc farm , 4M nc-res , elh-ht inlln from I'onnrll lIluflB fnir : > ri-e. ! iioiiHiot two IOOIIIH mui lot In Oiiluliunr addition ; line well ; } 1CO rash. Monvy Joaneil fur loi'nl Invcvtors at C jicr 1.1st your j > ro : > rty with ut for mlo or rtnt. - I/OUGKJJ ft 1.QUCJ1W , -N'n , 103 South Main Htr 0t , Council Jlluifn , In. " - B 312. THE NEUMAYER .JACOIl NliDMAYIill , PUOI' . till. 20l > , l'j ' > , iu. UruaMwvy , Coune'll Dluffa Ituii-B , } l 2J pur day , 16 rooms.JrntcluHi It uvc-iy icdpoct. Motor llnfj to all depot * Itic-.il .1 4 nny lor tlio Uelabruled HI. Louia A 13 C. Beor. Flret-tliiBa bar In con- nvcllon. p ! - uuaraiitto Hop Cholcr. fri j ( . 'llrt , : un(1 I'fviintlvu ' ' \t < r ' " ' ' 'I ' unilfr an al < oluti 'tSr HUJiuiitu- . Try It niu \ < -.n your IIOKH. Aeent ! i .ij,4 ! w.iiilfcU everywhere Writ uu. Guarantee Hog Cholera Cure Go. C'UL.NCIL liLLFFB , IA ,