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niTATTA TATlV ) 1VRT ? WRDNESDAV JTTLV 9. 1884.
THE DAILY BEE ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
Wednosdav Morninp. Julv 9 (
Br Oinlcr - - - - - - - ' ent * per week
BylUU - 10.00 JKr j-o r
No. 7 Pearl Btroot , Near Broadway.
M1NOB MENTION ,
Sco J. Roller's spring goods
There is talk of paving some of the resident -
. idont streets in the Fourth watd.
Two drunks were disposed of by Ones
in the superior court yesterday ,
Work commenced yesterday on the ad
dition to the deaf and dumb institute.
John D. Nicholson , has closed his
saloon up tight , and purposes moving lo
The workmen on several now buildings
had to quit yesterday on account of Iho
The Y. M. 0. A. hold another enjoyable -
able social , lilorary and .musical outer ,
tainmont lost evening.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Adams , last week
entertained some of their friends , to n
pleasant little lawn party.
Thirly-throo of the Callondor minstrel
troupe otopped at the Jlovoro IIouso. It
looked very shady up thoro.
Park Policeman Covalt has sent in his
resignation , because ho gets his pay only
in city warranta instead of cash.
E. II. Sheafo , who was formerly with
W. W. Chapman , has opened a real
ostat6 and collection oflico over Ollicor A ;
Lieutenant Governor Manning , Charlie
Harlo , Col. Sapp and Mr. Stoadman made
stirring speeches at the Blaine and Logan
meeting last night.
Calendar's minstrels made quito n
parade yesterday , the band , all of whom
were colored , making moro noise than
any sir cot Land for months.
The grand orchestra at the opera house
ia slowly improving , five instruments
being the number the management
thought sufliciont Monday night.
The police are getting discouraged.
They say it ia no use to arrest anyone ,
for they got cleared by the courts , if Cho-
charge is any moro serious than a plain
Another open air summer evening con
cert , similar to the ono given by Tin :
BKK , and later by Mr. Mueller in Bayliss
park , would bo appreciated in this
I The Blaine and Logan club had a
1hurrab" ' t last night. Music by the
i band and speeches by local orators' made
I" up the programme , and an enthusiastic
* * mooting was the result.
Justice Schurz was kept in a dripping
A sweat yesterday hearing the cases of
1 Bessie Fremont against Ida Story , in
which the former socks to make the lat
ter give up n trunk filled with feminine
The thoromomotor stood in the shade
, yesterday , from 95 to 100 degrees. In
the aim it reached 1-15 degrees , and
when Dr. Ilico saw his thus getting up
Into the sky ho pulled it in for fear it
would burst ,
Clark , tlio "newspaper fiend , " still in-
aiata that THE BKK ia a foreign newspa
per. But ho should remember that when
TUB BEE came to Council Bluffs it came
because there wasn't a newspaper in the
city. THI ; BKK fills the bill , .and Clark
the fiend knows it , and too well.
Ono liquor house yesterday sent an or
der to Kentucky for fifty barrels of whis
key. They have to show with the ship *
mont a certificate from the county audi
tor that the house has a permit to sell
for medicinal , culinary , mechanical and
sacramental purposes , boforo.tho railways
will receive it.
A largo number of the citizens wont
; over to Omaha yesterday to return the
compliment lately paid this city by Onm
ha citizens , and to attend the races. The
Bavarian band accompanied the party.
The band wagon was too high for the
ferry cars , and BO the baud had to de
pend on getting a band wngon after ar
riving on the other aide.
A section of ono of the great trees of
- California reached hero yesterday. ofU
took ono wliolo flat car to carry it , and
it was consigned to 0. Anderson , of this
city. The section was in three pieces ibs.
no it could bo shipped conviently , and
when sot up it measured sixteen foot in
diameter. It was hollow , and the center
was largo enough so that a team and car.
riogo could drive tlirough it.
The Presbyterians will soon in
tearing down their present church to
make way for the now ono to go up on
, , the same site. The present o ,
etc. , is offered for ealo. It is not decided
where the congregation will worship in
, the meantime. It is understood that the
Conjregationalists , who will soon bo )
without a pastor , desire the Proabyte-
riant to occupy their church for a season.
That sort of n.w
an arrangement would pos
sibly accommodate both.
Now that "municipal reform" ia the
cry , suppose a little
moio attention was
paid to the gambling houses. In no city
in the west are ouch houses allowed to
run with BO little regulation. re
they all run opeu , a regular free-for-all ,
and there seems no oilicial
to regulate , much leas to tupprois them.
The city gets ila share of ( ho profits by
regular monthly dividends , and while
there is a great howl about the saloont ,
the gambling houtei are allowed to
catch-as-catch-can and not
, a word.
It u said that two of the houses of pros-1 B
titution are running again , but on the aly.
The keepers who have really closed their
houses do not think this is fair. One
thiiiR certain , all should bo treated alike ,
and no favoritism shown. Another
thing is noticeable aa the result of the
new law concerning such houses. There
are more street-walkers on the principal
thoroughfares and thronging the parks
than wore over seen before. The pros
pect scorns to bo that instead of having
well-known houses , where there nro
numbers of these fallen ones gathered ,
they will each have n room , and then
will personally solicit patronage. It is
to bo hoped that the city authorities will
not bo more than two or three months
in noticing the street-walkers , and will
lake some stops to stop them.
A husky , dusky follow named Owen ,
who was arrested by Ofllcor O'Brien ,
pulled a revolver on him , and quito a
tussle followed , but O'Brien ' got the gun
away from the darkoy , and landed him
in the cooler. Yesterday Owen had a
hearing before Justice Abbott , who dis
missed the charge of assault with intent
to kill , and continued the case of carrying
concealed weapons thirty days , the pris
oner being allowed to go on his own
bond , at the suggestion of the prosecuting -
cuting attorney , who expressed the hope
ho would skip town. This may bo a.casy
hot-weather way of getting rid of cases ,
but it is little satisfaction to the officer
who had the tuaalo , and ran the risk of
getting a bullet.
The election of Prof. McNaughton as
superintendent of the city schools for
another year was by n unanimous vote of
the board , indicating somewhat the way
in which his work for the past year has
mot with the approval of the board. It
seems to have mot with no ICBB hearty
approval by the public nt largo. Prof.
MoNnughton came hero at a time -when
there were wars and rumora of wars , and
haa had many difficulties and obataclos ,
but by his discretion ho haa won hia way ,
and by hia ability aa an organizer and in-
the public schools of Council Blufis up to
their high standard , aud has brought
about changes for the bettor in many re
spects. It is with pleasure to many that
Prof. McNaughton has thus boon unani
mously endorsed and continued in the
CRUELLY CRUSHED ,
ADOiher Boj Falls Victim to the Prac
tice of Jumps on Moving Cars ,
IIo IJOSCB a TICK ami ICccclvca Oilier
Yesterday about noon Michael O'Loary ,
a boy aged about thirteen years , mot
with a terrible accident by the cars. IIo
was going with a basket to the sandbank ,
carrying dinner to ono of the men , and
near Pottibono's place tried to jump
upon an outgoing freight train on the
Chicago and Northwestern road. Several
other boys , with whom ho had stopped
for a few minutes for play ,
stood by , and ono of them
warned him not to try to jump on the
train , but ho did not hood the warning ,
and with the basket on ono arm , ho
caught hold of the ladder of a freight car ,
and quicker than words could toll it ,
missed his hold and was drawn under the
wheels , and terribly mangled. IIo was
taken to the Northwestern depot , and
Dr. Macrao called. Ilia loft leg was
crushed , a foot cut oil just boljw the
knee , and there was a long gash in his
scalp. From the depot the little follow
was taken to the homo of bin widowed
mother on Eighth street. It is doubtfu'
whether ho will recover , but still ho may
DE , OEOSS'OASE ' ,
Tlio DIsappcarliif ; AVltiiCHS
There haa boon little hoard , of Into
concerning the caio of Dr. Cross , who
stands ctinrgod with the murder of Dr
McKuno. Ono of the cauaca of contiuu
anco waa that ono of the witnesses coul <
not bo found , The witness referred ti
was uamod Stick Carl , whoso nickimin
among the boys ia "Spotty. " It was
claimed that ho was the onlyouo who BIN "
the whole affair , and ho wna 'proson
ou the preliminary examination as n wit
nosa for the state , but BOOH after diaap
poured , and it ia said ho haa boon kop
out of the way. However that may b
ho has now returned. ' IIo is a brickluyo
by trade , and seems by his dross an
manners to have struck good jobs whil
away. On the preliminary examinatloi
in answer to a question as to who strue
the iirst blow , ho replied that Dr. Mo J
Kuno struck the first blow. Sumo t
whom ho told hia atory before boin
sworn , soy ho told thorn that Dr. Croe
first struck at Dr. MoKuno , but did no U
hit him , the latter warding off the blo\
and then hitting Cross.
It is claimed that if the' witness hat
boon asked who made the first pass h
would have snid Dr. Cross , but that t. lor
hia mind Dr. McKuno got in the firs
real blow. The utato seemed rather in
olinod to drop Carl ns a witness after h
had flaid that Dr. MoKuno struck tin
first blow in the encounter , and the do
fciiso rather claimed him. If , aa ia no\
claimed , ho saw Dr. Cross mnko the firs
attempt to strike , the defense may wftn
to drop. There has been many conjecl
urea aa to the disapiiearttnco of this wil
nt'M , but now ho is on the ground
again , and the utato as well aa defene
ouuht to bo able now to got at what h is
really kuowa about the affair ,
All hats at cost from this day , J.
Auwordo & Co.
Until further notice wo give to cac
twentieth customer hia purchase , whu
over the price or valuu of the same ma
bo. Our cashier will keep an accurat
record of _ every transaction , and when
the twentieth ealo of any amount is made
tbo puicliasor will bo presented with the
Biuiu. Wo have adopted for the present
iis system of advertising because it
Ivcs our patrons instead of the news-
apors the five per cent , which it cost
a. Clothing retailed at wholesale
rices. Hats retailed at case prices ,
'urnishing goods , trunks , bags , umbrol-
s , etc. , oto. Every twentieth customer
resented with bis purchase.
U. V. Clayton ns In tlio city ywlorday.
ScimlorT. Af. C. Logan , of Logan , \iiited
10 UhiffH yesterday.
Judge N. M. H flartl , of Coclar llajilda ,
n in tli" city yesterday.
John K. Hmnmol , wife and non , of Milwau-
no , aru nt licclitolc's hotel.
Judge A. 8. Wloon nnd family , of Wash-
igton , were at the OgJcn yoatcrdny.
John Tcmjiltton hairolnrnwl from Nebraska
ity , where lie has boon M'sitlng friomU ,
A1. H. Hougliton , who it travelling for .1
ock Inland houw , is xpondlng a few days at
otnu with lilrf family.
Harry Hunter is gaining , lint clcnily , and It
ill bo Nirno time before he uill ho able to reline -
line his rcportortal ilutle.i.
Fred 1 Uldrcil , rotHMontlng the Illinois
'l ' > o foundry , of Cliieago , was among yoJitur-
ay'H callers at Tun UKK ollico.
I88 Viola Searn , dauglitcr of Attorney
ears , loft yesterday morning for Michigan ,
lioro she will visit ohl friends for tv few
Dr. J" . K. Loomig , ono of the prominent
iiysiciana of Janosxille , Wiscouxln , Arrived in
m city , with his wifu last ovonlng , on a visit
i friends lioro.
Shipments of Stock.
The following were the shipments at
10 union stock yards yesterday :
D. R. Hill , 1 car hogs , Ct head to Chi-
ago via 0. M. it St. P.
Green it Burke , 1 car hogs 02 head to
hicago via R. I.
Bartloy it F" . , 1 car hogs , 70 head to
" 'hicago via C. N. W.
OorkburakV. . 3 cars cattle , Gl head
o Chicago via R. 1.
C. S. Shodd , 1 car cattle , 33 head to
STobraaka via U. P.
D. Anderson , 1 car hogs , G3 head to
hicago via R. I.
N. W. Short two cars of cattle , 40
cad , Chicago , via. 0. it N. W.
0. K. Granger , 0110 car horses , Now
icxington , 0. , via. C. it R. I.
A. B. Edwards , ono car horses , Couu-
C. T. ROBS , ono car cattle and horses ,
era Springs , Idaho , via. U. P.
COUNCIL BLUFFS 1IAI1KET.
Wheat No. 1 milling , 75@80 ; No. 3 C5@
) ; rejected GO.
Corn Local purposoa , 40 ® 15.
Oata For local purposes , 35@'iO.
liny S10 00@ll ! 00 per ton ; baled , CO@GO
Corn Meal 1 30 per 100 pounds.
Wood Good aupply ; prices at yards , G 00 ©
Coal Delivered , hard , 11 CO par ton ; soft ,
00 per ton
Lard Ifrtlrbank's , wholesaling at 9 c.
Flour City flour , 1 < H3 ) 30.
Brooms 2 95@3 00 per dor.
CuUlo-Butchor cows 3 ? 5@ 1123. Butcher
toora 4 50(3)5 ( ) 00.
Hogs 1 00@4 25.
rilODUOE AND PIUJITB.
Quotation by J. M. St. John & Co. , com
mission morchnuta , 538 Uroadway.
Poultry Live old lions , 7c ; spring chicken's ,
2i5@3 00 per doz. ; li\o turkeys , 'Jo.
I'eaches j but. box , 1 00.
Ornngea D 00@G 00 per box.
Lomonfl C 00 per box.
Bananas 2 00@H 00 per bunch.
Butter Creamery , 20c ; rolls , choice 0@10c.
Kfrgs 13o po dozen. s
CherricH 52 50 per buuhel.
Vegetables Potatoes , 1 50@2 00 perbbl ;
nlons , 7Sc ; cabbage , COc per do/ . ; apple ? ,
-3 bu box , 7Dc@l 25 ; Beans , J 50@2 25 per
All hats at cost from this day , J. J.
Auworda it Co.
Bushnoll sells railroad tickets cheap to
NOTICE. Special a vertlsomonts , > uo aa Io t ,
found , To Loan , For Halo , To llent , Wants , Board.
Ing , eta. , will bo Innertod In this column at the low
rate ol TKN OKNTS 1'KR UNI ! for ( ho Qrst Insertion
and FIVK OKNTS PKK LINK ( or each Bubaaquent n
eortlon. Leave mlvcrtlscmonts at our office , No.
'carl Btroot , near Broadway
T17ArTii-Ily : n nuirrloil man , ayod 40 , situation
11 In n nholmalo or retail grocery na counter man
or traveling tulctmian. Hail 18 ycara CJi'rienco |
r'lr t clans referenced. Aildross "J , 1J. , " 1018
llroaduay , Council
TXT'ANTKD-A llrtt-elnss brick moulder. Apply to
T 1 U. btraub , on road to I > . and D. Jtistltuto , or to
Max Mobil , Uruston House.
AIT'ANTBD A Bltuatlon In hotel kitchen. fall cr
V \ ndilrora ll''U 6th a\onuu , Council lllulTg.
\\7 ANTKD-A eltiiatlon by a tinner. Call or aU
V ? ilresii ll'-'Obth nuenuo , Oonncil Illuflii ,
WANTii : ) , A Rood waiter at Ixiulo & .Mctzxere
6iS ! llroadway , Coiiir.ll Ilium.
\\7ANTKU , 1'oiltlon aa oiix'lnoer or flrmnoij , bj
I esHrlcncutl | lund , capabla of , doing Ida own
reiiilrlnir. Strictly tcmptuaio. AJJroaa a , U M
omco , Couutll Illuffrt.
WANTJCD llto humlrud pieces ol HrstcIa
ecconU hand carpet and two hundred bcatlnir
etovcs. A. J MANUKl826 Broadway
OLD I'APKUS-Kur ealo at ] ] offloo , at 45 ccnU
IXrANTKU Kvory body in Council Illuflj to tak
W Tmillim. Uellrered by carrier at only tweut
centa a week.
FOll HAtiR A Roldun opportunity ( o gut Into a
nrnllublu liualnew nn taay
turma. A well cstablUlieil bakery In Co incll IlluR
for tain , ( load rt uoni for tclllui ; . Ad Ircan U. 1U
, , llrH olllce , Council Dlufla ,
Olt HAtK-Or will rent bf Hept rr.l.er lit , to
family without children , a now hoi , wltl
barn , cUtern , eto. iriKjuIn ) of Frank Cook , roon
, UhUKart'i block , t tl
A OKNTS Lodli-a and gentlemen ran make fire
aXcIami ua e * by Bolllni : tbo "Champion llonom
Htructhor and ronluir Hoard. " Uetalli at (1.00 ii
Any lady can do up fliio uhlrt without a wrlnkl
anil KU exIt an nloely aa the lx > at laundries can. Aildres
paiUculara 0,11. S. i L Co. , Un. ottloo , tor on
The Presbyterians of.Council Dlufla offer
for for solo n lot of Seats , Windows , Cor
pota , Lamps , Stoves , Gas Fixtures , Ta
blcs , Pulpit , A now roof , inside Shutters
etc. , now in the church building before 1
taken down to make
way for their now
house of worship. The above article *
are in good condition and will bo sold rea
souably. For prices and particulars cai
on THOMAH OmcKit ,
ACOU HUIS. K. 1 % CADWELL
SIMS & OADWELL ,
COUNCIL IlUim , IOWA
Office ' , Main HOeot. Jloouu 1 aa J Bborart A ITo
Uahou'4 lllBtk. Wlilpactloela rJUto aud Ju
ICE CREAM PARLOR.
Taught by PUOP. Sciixoou Tuesday and
Friday evenings from 8:30 :
to 10:30 : o'clock.
RINK FOll KENT AT $15.00 VEH NIOHT.
SCARCEST FLOOR IN TOWN ,
F. H. MARTENS , Prop'r.
.n. TATK. WAlinBH WHITH1
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Practice In SUto and Federal Courts.
Collections promptly attended to.
Ilooni 0 , Sclmgart's Building ,
COUNCIL JJLUFJ'8 , IOWA.
flnlnh , wlttinnmc. 10 eta.
tv' Wo offer ( UU for n pack of cnrdu
jV'any nlcf r work , or prettier BtylM. _
Eijle Cirl Wcrki. Hew Hires , Ct.
Mrs , HJ , Hilton , M. D , ,
PHYSICIAN & SUEGEON ,
323 Middle Bro'dTiy. Council Blufla.
R , Eice M. B.
or other tumors removed wtthonllhe
knlfo or drawing o blood.
CERONIC DISEASES " -.r u r.
Oior hlrty years practical e porl nc Office No
I'cir trcct , Council Illuffs
ICE ! ICE ! ! ICE ! ! !
For pure tUcr too jmttotlio the MHO wngons ml-
Istactlcn guaranteed. Loa\o orders nt No. 45 South
Telephone No 81.
MUL1IOLLAN1) k NICHOLAS.
WINDOW CAPS , FINIALS , ETC.
4,1.6 3tatla. 3ti-oot ,
New and Beautiful Attractions
Having just purchased in Eastern Markets very cnoice stock of
Spring and Summer Dress Goods , Ginghams , Table Linen , Crashes , etc. ,
ve are prepared to oiFer an excellent selection of beautiful fabrics , and
ihall do so at
3aJI .O $ s0&&ViJ > idnliiSJiU Jb
These goods have just been opened from the manufacturers , and
comprise rlie latest designs and novelties of the season Note below a few
f the MANY BARGAINS we are offering :
Summer silks , 35c ; Summer silks , 50c ; Summer silks , 75c. These
are special bargains and cannot be duplicated. Good black silk at 5 Oc ,
vorth 75c. Choice black Radzimer silk , 81.00 , usual price , § 1.510.
Black Gros Grain silk , SOc. Pure Silk Ottoman at $1.75 , worth $2.25.
leavy Cloaking Tuniscinue at 81.75. All grades of the famous Lyons
Silks J. C. Bonnet & Co. , and Antoine Guinet & Co. , at Lowest Prices.
Good plnideat 5c , worth lOc. . Brocade dress goods at 8c , worth loc
yhoico colored cashmeres at 30c. Figured suitings at 30c. Very fine
ill-wool suitings , double width at 75c , and never sold for less than 81.00.
ALSO ! beautiful combination suitings at very low prices.
Good all linen table at 30c , Good all linen table at 40c. Choice all
inen table at (50c. ( Very fine all linen table at 31.50 , worth 82 50.
Table crash 5c a yard. All linen towels at lOc each. All linen towels
nt 12c each.
Good Bleached Muslin , ' 5c. Good unbleached muslin , ( > c. A imp
assortment o beautiful spring Shawls at popular prices. Full stock-
Domestic Paper Patterns. ( "Catalogues free.
Prices reduced on Ingrains , Tapestry and Body Brussels , Velvets ; S
Moquettes , Axmiusteis , &c , , to reduce stock. Call and get prices before
401 Broadway COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Best Kentucky Barrels and Half Barrels.
" Fine Gut Clew\n \ llie
"Beo , " and "Rival" Cigars.
The Best Nickel Goods Offered , We Guar
antee Our Assertion , Give Them Trial Order.
WIRT & DUQUETTE ,
COUNCIL 13 LUFFS , - - - . . . . IOWA
DE. JUDD'S ELECTRIC BELT.
3,003 Electric licit * Sold In Ho Mouth ot June bui. .
Agents Wanted I
Kefcrencex Any vt the biu'riea ' ! bouiet la Couadl Uluflj. JUDD & 8UIT1I l'rO | > jietori.
BROADWAY . . . . COUNCIL BLUFFS.
H. H. HOBNE & CO , ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Wo m.iko n apechlty , at our EASTERN factory , of FINE HAVANA nd
YAIIA CIGARS. All Cigars sold by us arc of our own manufacture and warranted
OPERA DOUSE CIGAR HOUSE , C52 Broadway ,
H. H. HORNE&CO. , COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - IOWA.
SMITH & TOMjEK ,
LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS
7 and 9 Main street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Ventilated Three Inch Part ,
ON VEGETABLE LACE ,
T FIFTY OEMTS.
Switches , ( nil long hair ) § 2.00 54.00. $8,00nd upwards. Coquetts
nnd Hair Ornaments Given Away.
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
No. 33" Uroadway
Council B lulls
urtalns , In lace , El'fc , Turcoman , Etc. Oil clothsMattings ] , LinoleumsEto
hoicest and Best Selected STOCK in tlie WEST ,
, 'omo ' and bo convinced that wo are headquarters for all Roods in our line ,
hcapeat place to buy CARPETS , Curtains and House Furnishings in the
C'ty. Upholstering and Bedding Supplies.
Nos. 5 , 7 and 9 MASONIC TEMPLE - . ( COUNCIL BLUFFS
Mail Orders Filled Promptly and with Care.
The Best $2 a day House in
Sample Itsoms ,
Pirst Claas Table ,
All Modern Conveniences.
Reduced Rates to Regular Boarders.
WHY DON'T YOU
Perfect Fitting , Beat and Cheapest. Fine Linen Collars aad Cuffs.
Ho.1 71 Fourth Street Council Bluffs , Iowa ,
Furniture and appointments all now. Nos. 203 and 210 Broadway , Council Bind
Waves three inch part 65c , Ooquetts lOc each , Switches
> lto$20 each. Hair ornaments given with every pur
chase , All kinds of hair work promptly attended to ,
Waves made of Ladies' ' comhings at 50c per inch ,
ALL KINDS OF
MRS. J. J GOOD . 29 Main Stree
EYEUYTUINd1R8TCLAS3. . -
Noa. 217 nnd 219 S. Main St. , COUNCIL BLUFFS
ICE CREAM , WATER ICES
4M llroadway , 1 Mo ill it all Hours.
Council Bluffs , f I'artlM a Biwdalty.
Metalic Caskets and Woodin Coffins of all Kinds.
ELEGRAPH ORDERS PROMTLY ATTENDED TO. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
3XTo. 1 3XT. 3VCnlxx St. . Oouxxoil
504 Main Street , - Council Bluffs. \ >
TRUNKS , VALISES , AND SATCHELS I
SAMPLE CASKS a specially. Sha.l , Tourist , and Trunk Straps.
Twenty Years Experience. - - Repairing Neatly Exec uted
mid 2-14 Brcedway , COUNCIL BLUFFS , 10 W