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DAILY BJklfi-COUNCjLL BLUFFS WEDNESDAY , SEPTEMBER 17 1884.
THE DAILY BEE.
Weflonsday September 17 ,
nyCnrrlci . SO r it l i week
By Mail - - - - . 10.00 i ) r > e r
KJ. 7 Total Btreot , Hoar Broadway ,
MINOR MENTION ,
Sco J. Hoitor'a now fall slock of cloths.
" Paul Do Vol foil from a tree yesterday
nnd dislocated seine of his fingers.
Portland cement curbing ia being put
down in front of L. 0. Drackott'o on
The Blaine and Logan Glee club will
moot nt the court house this evening for
fJJuslico Sshurz yesterday married
Christian Marccson to Mary Niolaon ,
both of this city.
Miss Anna Scott , on Washington
avenue , was tendered n pleasant surprise
party , Monday evening.
The Bluff City running cart has been
nont to Lincoln , Neb. , to ho used In a
tournament there today.
The Y. M. 0. A. entartainmont last
evening had for ono of its features an in
teresting talk by J. M. Unllday-
There wi'l ' bs n democratic meeting at
the opera house this evening. Mr. Pus-
oy will bo ono of the speakers.
The Macedonian says : "Deputy
Sheriff Glattorbox was in town Monday
on business. " Clattorbuck is now asking
' what'flinanamo , anyway. "
City Marshal Guonolla. will long remember -
member his thirtieth birthday , for a
goodly number ot his friends marched in
on him in the evening , and a merry tirao
It is now claimed that Clayton Turnoy
who says ho waa robbed at the Bechtolo
hotel Sunday morning , lost his money
gambling and wanted to settle with the
hotel proprietor for fifty dollars.
The Irish National League lias arranged
for a ball to take place Tuesday evening ,
September 23. The members of the com
mittee nro George Hughes , Eli Wickham ,
John Withan , M. Connors , and Frank
The democratic judical convention
meets today at the court houso. A num
ber of the delegate * arrived yesterday
and last evening. Much activity was
noticeable at the hotels last evening and :
many delegates wore having their arms
There was a quiet , happy little wed Ube
ding at the residence of Charles Borg-
hau&cn Sunday evening , the contracting
parties being Emil Pnlmor , of Platta-
mouth , and Alma Peterson , of Louisville ,
Neb. Justice Abbott performed the
The young man who made an unsuc
cessful attempt to jump his board bill on
Saturday at tha Pacific house an account
of which appeared in Tun BEB on Mon
day was yesterday taken to hia homo in
Clarinda by his father who came after
his . vn
Deputy Sheriff G. W. Shoick , of York , ofno
Nob. , wan hero yesterday after the man
arrested in this city on suspicion of being chan
wanted there for robbery. Tlio veiling
oflicer waa not quito nitisficd that it was anwi
thu man ho wanted , and so ho wont back
without him , and the man was released. hiCl
J. C , Da Havens yesterday sent on ti ClW
Col. Ltndt nearly 500 names of veterans th
who want tlio now soldiers' homo located
in Council Bluffd. It moro of tht citizens it
had shown so much lively interest in the ofhi
matter ns Mr. DJ Havens , the location hiOC
of the Homo hero would bo moro certain. tli
Colonel .Jesao Harper is to speak hereon 01wi
on the . ' ! 0th of .September on tha labor
quesliou , and all workingmen nnd labor al ,
organizations nro expected to turn out vi
nnd hear him. Tlio reputation of Colonel
Harper is ouch that ho will doubtless n lu i
draw u crowd nnd will bu listened to in
with interest. "
The burning of the vacant two-story
frame building of Mr. Jacob's , corner of ;
Second avenue and Kightcoth street , wns
without doubt the work of an incendiary. in
It Booms strange that some of these ras inyc
cals cannot bo caught. This is tbo aixth
incendiary caaa with nix weuku.
On of the men at work on the
yesterday had SI ) stolen from his vest , nn
which ho had laid unidu while nt work. iy
Hia HUiplcions rusted on two men , and
the boy who carried water , because they
saw him put the money in bis vest
pocket. They were arrested , but there
being no evidence against them Ihey
Iko Davidson was yesterday sentenced
to thirty days in jail for stealing un nrti-
clo ho never saw. Ho pleaded guilty to
being ono of the gang who tried to plun
der llichie Bros , lumber ofiic , nnd al ft
v though ho got nothing , ono of the fellows
got a revolver , nnd .Judge Aylesworth
> hold that ho was just ns guilty , because
* ! ho joined in the conspiracy.
I M. II. Judd , the land agent of the
Union Paeilic , inhibited nt Tun Bn ; f-
Cce yesterday n boat that beats them nil.
It in not only of enormous ma but is BO
strangely formed that it makes an almost
perfect p'jj'd ' head , with uais , snout and to ,
all. By the addition of nn ear of corn in
the mouth , and torao urlifio'ul uyoi , it is
liable to dooivo ovou u ttook man. Mr.
Judd is going to nuud it to the railway
01 petition m BOB'OII. '
Mre. Wostcott , whojo husband lately' '
opened a trunk factory hero , haa decided ' *
to give private lessons in French nnd Ger-1 * '
man , as is indicate ! ry a notice found | | \ : , |
elsewhere. MM. Weslcott had largoJil
classes at Oshkosh , WIs. , her former , and
THE BEI : ia assured by personal friends of
the writer that she is n remarkably excel
lent instructor , as well ai a perfect indy ,
nnd there should bo a goodly number hereto
to avail themselves of her services.
The dear old grandmother yesterday
rolled as a sweet morsel undcrhor ton
gue , nn article in a Dubtiquo paper giv
ing Council Bluff * n terrible showing , as
a sinkhole of immorality and filth. The
Diibuquo newspaper correspondent had
bolter confine his attention writing up
descriptions of rotten egg throwing in his
own cily , and other disgraceful ECOIICB en
acted there , the like of which wns never
known in Council Blulla. There is too
much glass in the Dubtiquo man's house
to warrant his throwing stones.
Kov. , ) . / . Armstrong haa boon ap.
pointed for another year as paator of the
Broadway Methodist church. His pta-
orate hero has boon quito successful and
lia continuance in the position is evident
ly satisfactory to his people. Rev. W.
'J' . Smith hai been appointed presiding
older of tills district. Mr. Smith linn
been pastor of the church nt Indianola
for two years pas * , , nnd was formerly pas
tor of the old Second M. E. church hero.
It is Hoped that ho nnd his family will
make Council Bluffi their homo , and
they will moot with n hearty welcome.
Uov. Mr. Hooker , the former presiding
older , now takes the pastorals nt Indian-
The news of the temporary financial
troubles of N. 0. Thompson's private
bank In llockford , 111. , given in yester
day's telegraphic news , has caused natural
inquiries aa to whether the business of
the agricultural machinery business in
which his name ia prominent , would bo
affected. TUB BEK on asking these who
of all others should know , is assured that
it will in no way affect the manufactury
nor the firm of Van Brunt , Thompson it
Co. The Thompson Manufacturing Com
pany is a stock company , and itn dealings
with the private bank of N. 0. Thomp
son was the same as with any distinct and
entirely separate catablishmont , so tha1
the financial trouble of the bank cannot
affect the other business any way , and
that of the bank ia expected to bo
ipoodily and satiafnltcrily adjusted.
J. Mueller has boon presented with a
aoautiful cushion covered with crazy
luilt which was made by the young lady
ivho won the piano at the Nebraska otalo
Col. W. F. Sapp spoke at Emerson
Monday night. The rally was a rousing
mo and the hall uaod for the Blaine and 2
liogan headquarters could not hold thu
"Old Prince , " the reliable stood of the
Jnitod States express company , who haa
icon crippled for two wookn or noia again
Dr. E. D. Cross haa removed to the
louthoast corner Fourth ( Bancroft ) and k
GEOWING GEAPES , !
low Oinnlin Ii'ccdn on Council Illiillrf
Council Bluffd can well bo proud of ito \
inoyarda. For fifteen years the culture '
grapes haa been increasing , and it is
low demonstrated beyond a doubt that
mong the bluffs are to bo found the
hoicest bits of land for grape-growing , \
nd it will not bo long before the muses
nil bo putting the "sunny vine clad
lills" of Council Blull'j into literature ,
'hatting with ex-AIdcrman Alexander
Vood yesterday Tin ; Bii : ; man learned ,
hat this year's crop of grapoa hero wns ; 11
tct as largo as supposed. In his opinion ,
was only iibout two thirds J
the average. Mr. Wood , who
ma about seven ncrco , has gathered l-'O-
100 pounds , or about ten tons. Ho
hought ho ought to have had about -10- ,
100 pounds it it hud not been for lust
nntor'n nipa at the vines.
"How many acres ot ground in and
bout Council JUiiUs nro given to grape
Mr. Wood with
Iiin pencil figured up on
rough : stone post in trent of the court
muao the numbers , aa furnished by hia
iiomory , and made the total 7f > ncres.
'Most ] of that ia inside the city limits ,
oo ; in fact nearly all of it. "
' lloiv much ia the avoraso yield of
rapea to the aero , Mr. Wood'i '
"Well , iibout 0,000 pounds. " C
THU UEK man with his little Faber
nanagod to ( iguro out the yield in a good
oar at 225 tona of grapcn.
"WhiTo do all tin-so grapes i o to I"
"Well the hulk goes into Omaha. Oin-
ha la u great city for grapes. They uat
nero over tliuro than tliey do here. IJ -
idus , the Council UJufld market ia largo-
Bupplivd by these who huvo rvfow vines
mil not enough to ehipaway. "
'Whutaio thu grapea bringing this 0
"Wo are selliiij ? twenty-pound baskets
lot nighty cuntt that is four ccnta a
"Aru thuro many grapca shipped
" No , not many. Moot of them are
usncl up right in tliia vicinity. "
1 lien the genial fruit gniA-or wont into
nn enthusiastic- acnptiou of the advan-
tugH aHordcil by the Wullafor vineyard ? ,
laut wJiich has buun pretty clearly dem
The following wort. thu Bhipnionta of
stock from thu
union atot-k jartu :
JUown , t ( J , oiin uirhogs , ( iOhoad ,
ChicaRO , vmO.M. til. P.
Schuty O. 1 car uhoep , 107 head to
pKit , VIA i ; i > .
( JiloUroii 'M earn c.ittlo , ( i20 head to
Qhio ( 'o via Durlingtun.
lllinoi. ) Cattln couipany 1JI cars caitlo
Chicago via ( J
( J. Manuel , 1 uar cattlp , 18 head to
i'lum Crook via U. 1 > .
0 L IhUer loir horses , 10 head to
Culumuin m I' . ] .
Tlio > H lo > .iriiiK priv-itu ufaoin in
I'/onch and ( Juuiuu uhoiild viu | ihcin.
solved of the aemuistf MM. K. WCHCOU.
thoroughly competent ttnchor. Hu t
f rtfdrenc.s. Call on or address DO J
J. W. Klctllcfi l * t evening for a flmrt
trip pnttt ,
,1. .1. Vflndervccr left ywlcrday for n trip
to NcbrMkn ,
Mm.T , J. DliM rilurncd last o\onmK from
liar lri ] > to Cliicnpo ,
Tim Madden , Clmtlin Gregory nnd ollicru
Imvo goiio to Knnsna Cily race * .
MM. .1. .T. Tralnoy nnd her children left
1.11 evening for Clitcft o to visit friends for
1'rnf. L. Jloborls , of Kansas , li.is been
ndd l to tlio corps of teachers at the institu
tion for the dcnf and dumb.
] ' . M. Wilt nnd bride , of Kool.i , were licro
ycRloidny , and after dlniiif , ' nt the 1'aclllc ,
liroceodcd weslward on n Irlp.
MIci irallio Habcl , from Vrlcmlvlllo , Neb. ,
who lifts Ix'tnl itinR her aunt , M r . Klein ,
returned to hrr homo Monday morning , ac
companied by lior cotttln , Miaa Klein ,
MI'HS Kilty Whitney , who IIM been sufTor-
tig ao Fcvcroly with rhoiiinattstn , doei not
icciii to bo gainlnB and her frlcniU are vry
anxious ni to tbo result.
A. U. Keith , of the Crawford County Bui-
olin , nrn\ed in the cily yeslorday In company
with Mr. Lnlly , of Dcnlion , who is looming
up M Iho dcmccrallc candidalu for district
A. T. Cov , cdllor of the Acorn ; Cliarlci
Joyce , assistant poitmaatorj John Norton ,
'rank Drake , Occar Bird and several uthiTs
'rom Oakland went went last evening en u land
exploring ttiy to Nebraska.
The School Cenfiup [ < > r l > ulMi < | iio.
Drnrqi'K. Hoptomber 10. The census shows
tin ! Rcliool population of Diiliuuiip to bo 11- ,
152 , Indicating n population of 'L',001) .
Tciniicrnnco In Maryland ,
BAI.TIMOIIK , Septomlor 1C. Atnconfereuco
of the prohibition party of this state hold this
morning It wax decided to nominate
a full Rtato tlckoc , also candidalcs for coiiRresH
ia each district.
COUNCIL BLUFFS MAI1KET ,
COUNCIL BLUITH , IOWA , Sept. 1C , 1884.
Wheat-No. 1 milling , 75@SO ; No. 3 , C5@
Corn Local purposes , 40@ 15.
Oats For local purposes , 35@ 10.
Hay S10 00@la 00 per ton ; baled , 60@CO
Corn Meal 1 30 per 100 pounds.
Wood Good supply ; prices at yards , 0 00@
Coal Delivered , hard , 11 60 per ton ; aoft
5 00 per ton
Lard i'alrbank's , wholesaling nt OJc.
Flour City Hour , 1 G0@3 30.
Brooms 2 95@3 00 per doz.
Cattle IJutchor cows 3 00@3 23. Butcher
atoorg , } 00 4 23.
Uogs 4 2o@4 Gi.
PaODUCE AND FKDIT3.
Quotations by J. L St. John & Co , , com-
mlHsion merchants , 5118 Broadway.
Poultry Livoold hens , 7c ; spring chickens ,
00i ! 50 per doz.
Peaches A bus. box , 1 00.
Lemons 1 50 < 5 00 per box.
Butter Creamery , 18@20c ; country , 0 ©
15c.1'Jpgs 11 per dozen.
vegetables Potatoes , 30@4Ce per bu hcl ;
raloim , 40t'50c per bu ; apples , cheico cooking
ir catinjj , 2 50fa II 00 ; bnano , 1 "i iaj'Z 50 per
ljushel ; Sweat iiotatoes , 1 COXT bbl.
SPECIAL ; NOTICES.
NOTICE. Special n vortleemcnts , BHO us Lost ,
Found , To I/oan , For Silo , To Itcnt , Wants , Board-
] , etc. , will bo Inserted In thla column at tbo low
rate of TKN CK.VTS PKIl UNK for tlio nrst Insertion
md FIVK C VTU I'KH WNE for each subwqucnt n-
lortlon. Lcavo advertlnonionta at our oflloo , No.
oirl Htrect , near Druvlwav
\\7ANTBD-Ono laundry ( 'lrl to do phln uoeliln ) ; 0
t and Ironing. Alio onu pantry K'tl- ' Inquire
WANTKU Kvory bixiyin Council llluffsto take
TiiHllnn. Dollvcrod by carrier ut only twenty
\\TANTr.I-linlnirrooni irlil Immediately. Waues
> > ? 1G per month , apply of Steward , Ogden
I7IOP. MALI : My n > 4Mono3 , roriiir 7th a\Qiiun and
1 lOtlittrcct. If taken HO.III . Hill ei.01 for ? 2OOJ
iclowalin - . Will al'o ell furiilturo , carQti | , fco ,
or In part. If not gold at once will rent ptoml-
ics , with house furnlyheil or iinfuriilihcd , at
noilo'ato rent. Any ono thinking of intklnir
hclrh > iMio In Council liluffH will do uu'l to ln\ebti-
ate thin oiler. It Ij the best barttaln ever olTaml
the i-lt v M A UI'l'ON.
OIMAIi-Contentaand : ll\tu-cs , tmitablo for
millinery or candy store. Apply at K)7 ) .Main
OM ) 1'AI'KKH For oalu ut UKII olllco , at 26 ccnW l
A OKNT8 f-adlen rul ( fontlemon can make Hint
ivch d waKu by solllnit the "Champion Iloaom
Itrocther and ronlng Hoard. " Hotalla at * I.OO.
ny lady can do up line uhlrt without a wrlnklj
nd Klmi It UH nicelyMthol stlaundrleacau.Addre80
or putlciilaraO. II. a. ij 1. Co. , bun olllce , Councl
n OVKU A1IKUICAN KXl'llBSH.
COUNCIL HLUPFS. IOWA.
Di % W. H. Shorradon ,
Masonic Temple ,
Jouncil Ulnfla - - - Iowa.
If vou wish to "buy a
Co , Ho. 1001 Main St. ,
COUNCIL HU'l'TS ' IOWA
WR. . VAUGHAM. -
Justics of the Peace.
Omalu aim Uouuoll Jilulfc.
to onllTtloa ujcuoy , OJJ Fvllowi lllock
Die. o. c.
100 MAIN sSTKBET ,
'OUNOlt IILU'W - . . IOWA
Customers Should Not Neglect the
Present Opportunity for
javKy < a
Fresh , New Goods Almost Daily Arriving
and Inviting Examination.
MANDEMAKERS & N ,
STAR BUILDING A SPECIALTY ,
201 Upper Broadway Cor. Stutsman SK , COUNOIL BLUFFS.
rders in the city or country solicited. Prompt .itteutioa and satisfaction
[ \1etalic \ Caskets end V/ootien / Coffins of all Kinds.
ELEORAPH ORDERS PROMTLY ATTENDED TO. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
2 3NT. IWErciso. S3t. . < C3oia.3ta.oiT
On Monday , Sept. 8 , we Degin to make a
large ! reduction in the prices of HOSIEEY
md LADIES' UNDERWEAR.
A Full Line of NOTIONS always on Hand
J. J. AUWEK/DA 63 CO. , 317 Broadway , (
COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA.
tins ] Enlarged and lio-filted His Store , and Oilers Extra Inducements to
PurcbttseraoFDUY GOODS , FANCY GOODS ,
LADIES' AND GENTS'
r34 Broadway , . . . . Council Bluffs.
S , S. J.
Having opened in a now store I invite the inspection of ladicn.
tlKS. H. ,1. N'OUItIS , lii : Jlrniulivay , . . . . Count )
THE MODEL STEAM LAUNDRY
la bettor prepared than over buforo to fill ulldonmnda for washing , Wo call your
ittontion capucially to our capacity for doing family wsfihing. Very low rates. All
cinds of work done in lirat-claaa order. Special paina will ba taken with ilinnels.
3rd era eeiir by jniul or otherwise rccoivo prompt attention.
ALBERT P. JOHNSON , Proprietor.
ri'J BROADWAY COUNCIL 15LUFFS
W1IOLKHALK DKAblUlS IN
* ' *
ZWObMi&i f&j IW'j M ueiuj
and H44 Pnmdwny ,
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
HAMS , BACON MED BEEf , SALT POM AW LARD ,
42 Broadway - Council Bluffs
KIEL'S SALE STABLES.
KWp liorscs mul innlcs constjiitlv on linml which we will sell in tfelail
or Wholesale lots. AH 4oelVarrnntod \ fi ? roprcspntcn. Wholfi-
salt1 nnd refnil dealers in ruin nnd baled hay. Prices
reasonable. Satisi'cxction tiarnntecd
Corner Fifth Avenue it Fourth Street Council Bluff
s ff lE *
Waves , Switches , Whatnots , Langiy atd Pompadour
ALL KINDS OF
20 MAIN STUKET , COt'NClL BLUFFS ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
T ° raako n Bl' ° ° hlty , at our EASTERN factory , of FINE HAVANA , nd
i ARA CIGARS. All Cigars Bold by us are of our own manufacture nnd warranted
OPERA HOUSE CIGAR HOUSE , I 552 Broadway , "
H. H. HORNE & CO. , | COUNCIL BLUFFS , - ' J IOWA ,
i & TOIjIjEH ,
LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS
7 nnd 0 Main street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
A Complete Line of Fall Goods to Select From.
LARGEST AND.BEST STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF
In Iowa nnd Nebraska , and sold for the least money at 337 Broadway , Council
Bluffs , Iowa.
d * * " " * } MRS , D , A , BENEDICT , Manufacturer ,
ana < w iniSi9 3 H BaW *
urtains , In lace , El'fe , Turcoman , Etc. oil cloths , Mattingo. Linoleums Eto
hoicest and Best Selected STOCK in the WEST ,
| | omo and bo convinced that wo are headquarters for all goodi In our line ,
tieapest place to buy CARPETS , Curtains and Houao Furninhinga in the
C'ty. Upholstering and Bedding Supplies.
NOB. 5 , 7 and 9 MASONIC TEMPL12 - - COUNCIL BLUFFS
Mail Orders Filled Pronitr.l/ ' i M (
OFFER FG& SALE REGARDLESS GOST
T.IK ! t Ilnacl Wnconp , rla.no Box Top anil Open Hugclo1' . firewater Top and Open Bujrulo' , Windsor Top
mil Open ISu.'gkH , I'battoii * of nil kind * and two Seated CarrlapH , All of tlio nbmuaro of inv onn iimnu
acturu and ( 'uarantcud tholio t ot storknnd UrH'-cIass In eierj particular. Send lor Oescriptiio circular
iSTactory and Olllro 27 , 20 and 31 Fourth street , C'ouiKll Illulla.
. . _ n mouilonllio UlTIi : ( .IANT trjcls till ouy illstiuco mul over any Hml o [
DUICK HOUbKS raecd. All work KU raiileuJ.
W. l' . ATfLjMOHTIT , 1"IONinth 8troot.
t'OUNCH , ULUITS.
We will give $25 for any horse we cannot
cure of interfering , knee cutting -
ting or forging.
All Shoes arc Hand Made and WO MACHINE
SHOES U&ED. All Work Guaranteed.
riO Broadway . . . . . COUNCIL BLUFFS
- . -f-
UALLETT , DAVIS AND COMPANY PIANOS
Endiifcil by FIUNZ I.isrr ,
UnrUaJluil or Tuna or FlnUh.
BibtiloJcrn I'HCO to Buy.
The Kiinbnll Oriran , BO lonp ami favorably known In tha west. r commenJi Hfwlf
J. L. STK\VA11T , Sola Agunt for iibove lines of Goods. Wareroonu. 323 Uroadwav
Jouucil liluirn , Iiiwa. Corrcspondeuce Solicited. Agonta Wanted.
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