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DAILY BJ&iS-COUlsCiL BLUFFS MONDAY , SEPTEMBER 22 1884.
THE DAILA BEE.
Monday Morning SeptomberJ22
- - - - - - - W < -
No , 7 Pearl Btreot.iNear Broadway.
MINOR MENTION ,
See J. Roitor'a ' now fall stock of cloths.
The United States court moota hero
The kindergarten commences to-day
instead of Wednesday.
There was 110 preaching at the Congre
gational church yesterday.
Cal Koatloy and 0. W. Cullison speak
fit Ncola to-morrow evening ,
Senator Allison speaks in Rod O.\k to
night and in Crcaton lo-morrow night.
It is understood that a meeting of the
city council will bo called for this oven
The McAnly company appeared at the
opera house Saturday evening in "Tho
The Episcopal ladies are lo give anoth
er of their pleasant social balls at the
Masonic temple next Thursday.
Norman Green is building a now livery -
ory feed and sale stable at the corner of
Broadway and Union strcota.
The daughters of Robokah are plan ,
ning for an entertainment during the sea <
aioD of the grand lodge in October.
The board of registration cloaos its sea
aion at No. 503 First avenue at 5 o'clock
this afternoon. See that you are rogia
The Presbylery of Council Bluffs is to
meet in Missouri Valley to-morrow evening
ing and continue its session for two or
The two dusky females , mother-in-law ,
who amused themselves by throwing
brick bats at each other were each fined
§ ! ) , GO Saturday. A draw game.
Owing to the torn up condition of the
corner of Broadway and Pearl street , the
Main atroot car now runs only from 1'oarl
street , in front of Tin : Bin : ollico.
A man named Nick Weber was arrest'
od ycstotday on complaint of his wife ,
who oays that ho tried to solllo a family
misunderstanding by thumping her.
A change was made in the police force
yesterday by which Oilicors Brooks and
Cusio go off day duty and on night duty ,
while Oilicors O'Brien and Smullor go on
on dayn with Officer Kirk. a
The funeral of Frank Koolino was hold
yesterday afternoon and was largely at
tended. Rov. Mr. Mackay officiated.
There Tvoro a hundred carriages filled
with friends , who followed the remains
to the cemetery.
A citizen's meeting was hold in Missou
rl Valley last Thurday evening to take
stops for the enforcement of the prohibi
tory law in that place. A committee was
appointed lo visit Iho salogn-koopcrs and
request them lo close , and if they did not
comply with the request the committee
was to call on Iho citizens for financial
aid and prosecute them.
Dopuly United States Marshall Me-
Crarv arrested J. 0. Goratonborg at
Manning , Friday night for passing a
apiel-inark upon Henry Runto , of Caas
county. The prisoner was taken before
Iho United States commissioner , who
placed him under $300 bonds to await
the action of the United Ltatca grand
jury. Not baing able to give bonds , ho
wont to jail.
There were no religious services at the
jail yesterday , and the prisoners amused
themselves by holding court. Johnson ,
the confidence man , served as judge ,
and the ono-armod darkey , caught pick
ing pockets at a circus , uorvcd as prosecuting -
cuting attorney. A prisoner was charged
with spitting on the iloor , and after the
jury of four had found him guilty , ho be
was given his choice to take either ton ! >
slaps with a board where it would do the m
most good , or clear off the table and deB ov
B weeping for a week. Ho decided to 1C
take to housekeeping , and seizing the 1Csi
V broom , went at it. gr
The little mayor is evidently right in qt
( laying that ho had many obstacles to ov an
ercome in order to sell any bond ? , any although P
% , though it may bo true that ho has done in
i well , considering the obstacles , yet there in
is a lingering ousplcion in the minds of an
many that many of the obstacles were Iho
result of Iho unbusincBS like way inwhich
the bond selling was commenced. There JO
are many who still remained inconvinccd JOn
that il was boat to send n commlttuo east .h
to peddle thorn out , rather than Imvo the 0
bankers and brokers of Council Bluff * ef
fect the aalcs through the legitimate and A.N
UnlUd State * Minimi llooth ut the Off- 01wl
lit 11 , wl
United Stites Attorney Itnnkin in nt the
Will WUtmanan of Lhicolu , Himdaycd nt
.7. K. ] , ewU of Amboy , 111 , was nt the LV wiW
ciGc yciturday. W
J , A. 15edo. of the Tabor Union , was n of
BtchU-ld's ytbteiday. ono
Mrs. John Kjn'ticttrliusgonooii n > itt ! to wi
frlwiJj In Mllwaiikua and Chicago ,
Jairoa f ! , Ilrookn , the C'X-iJolIcciiiDii , ii still CO
1) In ? veiy law from tie ! clfcuts of iiijurien ro- The
ceivwl4c\cr4l wtvlcu g < i. WAR
c , Killli , Hie gcnornl ; goiit of tin ) C , li.
& Q , huy nitiuiird to hit i oit , from which liu - ' in
liu lioin nbmtt about a week. J | the ha '
Ilwuer CaudJiBy ttiUHw ot the roiidoticoj
of IIM lirnthvHii'Iaiv , L , A. Caspar , in u u-ry I i i > h
low oordltiun , iwl featt are foil tint lie will I Y ,
uot rvtovtr. I '
BUILDING BABELS ,
ttcv , Jlr. Mcckny Points Out Borne
1'rnctlcnl Truths Ilia to People ,
Yesterday morning Uav. Mr. Mackoy
raclor ol St. Paul's church , preached at
excellent sermon on "Tlio Tower of Un
bol , " choosing na his text Genesis 11 : )
Ho gave in his opening n vivid doacrip
lion of llio attempt of that ancient people
to build a tower whoao lop should read
to heaven , and. the confusion nnd over
their ambitions. Ho said thn
almost every nation had some
tradition which wan n. coun
counterpart of the Biblidal account , nnc
ho gave interesting outlines of Bovor.il o
those tmditionfl. .It had generally boon
considered byliiblic.il uludentn that the
effort to build the tower of Babel wwi to
bo condemned , but nover.il now theories
had sprung up in recent years. Ono advanced
vancod by Archbishop Whatoly wao thai
they were trying to build n great toinplo
of worship and that they foil into dis
pules ns to the form of worship to bo fol
lowed , and that dividing up into factions
Iho great TTork failed.
Ilowpvor the traditions and theories
varied in detail , they all agreed in this
that the enterprise was a great one , ami
as that the further progress was aloppot
by a lack of unity. The work itnolf wa
not a sin. It was no violation of G'od'i
law to orcct a great monument of brick
and atone. Whatever ein there was musl
bo in Iho motive of urging on the work.
Among the ninny lessons to bo draw
from the account or the lower of Babel ,
ho pointed out Iho necosaily of having
right motives in order to puah any work
to n successful completion. On all sidca
were men building towers of D.ibel.
They were attempting to build up fortunes -
tunes by selfishness , by disregard of oth
ers rights. Such towers while often
greatly admired by Ihoso watching the
progress of the workmust fall must on < 3
in confusion. Men sought to make for
themselves a great name sought to
climb to positions which hey had no
right to occupy , their ambition crushing
tlio characters and treading upon the
righta of others in order to step
higher. Confusion , ruin , discord musl
follow. In the financial world there had
been many illustrations of this of Lite ,
disgrace , flight , imprisonment , suicide
resulting as the legitimate fruit of unho
ly ambition. MOM should build towers.
They should emulate the zeal of the
builders of Babel , they should build up
fortunes , but they should do so from
right motives and with just moans.
They should got money and fame hon
estly , with a doairo lo use them for the
bettering of themselves and the world.
Their lowers should bo built upon a
foundation of God's eternal virtues , and
every brick and slono should bo cemen
ted by love for God nnd love for man.
The necessity of unity was apparcnl
also , as troll as the necessity of a right
motive. AH a Christian family the
church should rcmomhor this in its work
as an organization for the bettering ol
mankind. This church was building nol
tower of Babel but a temple in which
Iho worship of God , and the practice
of the virtues of lifo should reign
supremo. In this work of building there
was need of zeal and unity. Everyone
should have a work to do , and all nhouk
The speaker opoko earnestly to hi
people concerning this , and in closing an
nounccd that ho had arranged for i
mooting next Wednesday evening of al
Ihoso interested in the building of the
now church , that they might moot in Iho
spirit of zeal and unity , and plan lor the
successful progress of the work. The
foundations of the church would bo completed
plotod Ibis week and it was necessary for
each ono to take up his nharu of the burden
don and do his share of the work. Al
this coming meeting ho would indicate
several different channels of work , am
ho wanted every ono to cheese voluntar
ily ono or inoro of those.
The proprietor of Siloixm Springs wil
enter into a written contract to euro your
catarrh or forfeit all claim to pay for
treatment. Write Rov. M.-M. Thomp
son , Albany , Gentry county , Mo. omt
Tlint Ilnrdmait Prl/.o 11 n no.
Mr. J. Mueller , the well known music
dealer , has received the following letter
from the young lady who won the § 1,000
prize , offered by him as a premium at
the Nebraska stnto fair. His answer lo
tno letter will appear In next Monday's
Bin : .
COI.UMIIUH , Nob. , Sept. 18 , 1881 2
M. J. Muolor , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
iJiiAU Sin : Thinking thai you would
bp interested in the fate of your premium
piano ' , 1 write to fell you that it couched
mo in excellent condition , and is the , ul-
miration of all my friends , as well as my
own especial delight. 1 cannot toll you or
tow much 1 prize it , , and shall over cher
ish toward you , feelings of Iho deepest
gratitude nnd respect.
I think tlio instrument is perfectly ox-
qtiinilo , both In tone and workmanship ,
and 1 expect to spend some of the hap- J
ilost houro of my lifo in its society.
loping that the sofa pillow reached you
Biifety , and that it mayprovoa slight
nomonto of Iho respect 1 Imvo for you , I
Very Gratefully lours ,
Louisi : B.KII. .
Hundreds of grateful puoplo who have
icon cured of rheumatism , sny that Silo-
Springs. Mo. , is ahead as a specific for
.hat , disease.
_ _ _
OnlnlaiiH | ol the Now York I'ITHS on
ixmmiON : I\TUA : v.
II V i\TUYHODY. :
The Barnum and London shows nine
big shows combined in ono will bo hero
Thursday , September 25 , and to show
what is thought of it in Now York City ,
from . where sthcao united shows como ,
few proas extracts from the morning
journals of city are given :
The entertainment la certainly n >
wonderfully varied and interesting ono.
What with a stugo and three rings , in all
which the exhibitions are going on at
and the BUIIIO lime , tlu-re win n bo-
wilduritig embarrassment of riches , and
observer foft that something moro
than nornul allowance of uyos was no *
coewiry in ordur not to miss anything.
hippodrome nicua after ilia circus
nver weru eurpurb [ N. Y. Herald. -o
The performance shown yoatord.iy was
its complotonoiH undoubtedly the best
indomitable and youthful Barnum
uivnn to the public. [ N , V , Star.
Mr. Dinmmgavo the most interesting
how ho has over Kivon in this city. N. 'il '
There was no dissenting yotco in thu I /
opinion that tlio show was the bcotwhich
Itarnum has cucrKivcn.N. . Y. Tribune
The show wai pronounced bettor thor
ever by the crowds , and great improve
ment wan shown in the ring performances
N. Y , Timee.
The exhibition Rivon Inst year by Ear
ntim waa bettor than the year prevjon >
nnd this year in bettor than last. N. Y
The most aolid looking and imposing
porgonagea imaginable thronged 'Ihi
place , and children chirped and acreamei
with delight ai novelty after npvclt ;
Heated before their enraptured vision.-
N. Y. Telegram.
The pirade of these shnwa will taKO
place at 8 .10 o'clock on the morning o
their arrival hero.
All forma of blond diseases cured a
Siloain Springs. Kidney and liver dis
cases speedily rcliovnd and cured. Ad
drraa ' ! llov. M. M. Thompson , manager
Albany , Mo. _ _ omt ,
THE EEPUBLIGAW EALLY
Senator Alllmm JJovolcn Jlls Kl
tlio i'nlltlcnl Question ,
The republican rally nt the Mnaoni
temple Saturday evening was a great BUG
COBS. A procession was formed of th
member of the Bhiino and Logan club
uniformed and with torches , and hcadci
by Wall McFadden'a ' martial band , mad
a short atroot parade , nnd escorted Son
alor Alliaon from the Ogden hoiiso to th
hall , which wai packed to its utmost wit !
cai > or and enthusiastic listeners ,
Mr. Jnaon Sima called the mooing to
order , nnd George F. Wright wag chosot
chairman. The Blaina and Logan Gloi
club furnished vocal music , and Senate
Alliaon was then introduced amidst ap
Ho devoted much of his tinio to fncti
and figures of finance , yet made over
thcso statistics interesting by thoi ;
thrilling and tolling points. IIo handled
well the question of the revenue , niu
made oomo clinching arguments ii
reply to the democratic cry nboul
there being such n great aurplua ii
the treasury. Up compared the rocordt
of the two parties in regard to lane
grants nnd civil service reform , ant
pointed out thodemocraticlnconsistoncos ,
IIo showed the evasions and hypoc
rlcicsof the doinocratio tariff plank , ant
the inconsistency of Iowa democrats in
voting for six Butler olcctors. In clos
ing ho compared the records of the proal
Feeble ladies grown strong an <
apply nt Siloain Springs , Albany , Gontr ;
county , Mo. onitf
Jlcal EHtato TriuiHlbrs.
The following transfers rroro filed ii
the county clerk's ollico Yestordayand reported
ported for TUB Bnu by P. J. MoMahon
September 19 , 1881 :
0. R I. it P. , Railway company to E
L. Nowlaud , n w . \ n w 1 , 2 77 42 , § 100
0. R. I. it P. Railway company to E
L. Nowland , a w } n w } , 2 7712 , $ 'MQ
Cornelius Lynch to Johanna Lynch
lot 2 block 23 , Ncoln ? 075.
Total aalos § 1,439.
Can You Sjicnlc German ?
Anyone desiring to master the Gorman
language can got instruction by the boa
methods and under a moat compoten
teacher by calling on or addressing Mrs
Weucott , 501 Main ntroot. Private lessens
sons also given in French.
The saloons were closed pretty tigl
ycstordy. These who were very thirst
could get drinks on the sly , but the sa
loon Troro closed moro snugly for an
Sunday in years.
OODNOIt , DLDfFS lIAKlirr.
COUNCIL ULUKKS , IOWA , Soi > t. 23 , 1881.
Whont-No. 1 milling , 75@80 ; No. 3 , G5@
Com hocnl imrpoaoB , 40@in.
Data For local purposes , ir > @ 10.
Hny 810 00@1 00 per ton ; baled , 50@CO
Corn Meal 1 30 per 100 ponndu.
Wood Good supply ; prlcod at ynrds. C CO ®
Coal Delivered , hard , 11 CO per ton ; aof
5 00 per ton
Imrd i'ulrbank'a , Aylioloflaltnfj nt OJc.
Flour City Hour , 1 003 Sl > .
llroonia 21)5@3 ) 00 per dor.
Cattln Uutclier COWM 3 OOGU 23. Uutclio
atoors OO'a I L'j.
HORS 125 ® 105.
Quotatloiia by .T. M. St. Jolin & Co. , com
inlanion inorclmiitw , 53S lroad\ray. )
Poultry 1.1 vu old hem , 7c ; apring clilckonp
00@1S M per doz.
IVaclion ft 1)11Bboy , 1 00.
I < oinon8 I 50 5 00 jior box.
liuttor Creamery , 18@20c ; countiy , C (
15u.Kpgs 11 per do/on.
Vogotnblna 1'otatocfl , 30@ ICc per bushel.
onloiiBlOG'tfiOo ] > or bu ; npploH , chcico cooknic
eatiiiL' , 2 fiOr/iJ ) 00 ; bo.ms , 1 75 2 50 per
bunlial ; Swot uotaloeH , 1 00 uur bbl.
ice of Hie Peace.
OKKIOK OVEll A5IKKIOAN ICXl'UKSS.
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA.
Dr , W. H. Shorraden
Masonic Temple , " >
Jouncil ISlulls Iowa.
Justice of the Peace.
Omaha and Council Ululfr.
teal onUto colliictlan igoncy , OJJ Follows Clock
iur Knlnu'H U-inlc
. C. O.
100 MAIN STREET ,
-OUNOIf , VMirpa - - - IOWA
E. Rice M. B.
or utbor ttimon removed without kb
knll orUr wtnKo blood.
CnBONIC DISEASES " > ' r.
Oter Idity yrara iiratli > nl nircrkaoa OTo Ko , nd
I'wr tr c1 , tMuudl hluKi *
Customers Should Not Neglect the
Present Opportunity for
i Securing Bargains
Fresh , New Goods Almost Daily Arriving
and Inviting Examination.
On Monday , Sept. 8 , we Degin to make a
large reduction in the prices of HOSIERY
and LADIES' UNDERWEAR.
A Full Line of NOTIONS always on Hand
J. J. AU\7EEDA & CO. , 317 Broadway.
COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA
Nos. 317 and 219 S. Main St. COUNCILBLUFFS
DR. JUBB'S ELECTRIC BELT.
3,000 Klcctrlo Bells f od ! lit the Month of June by U3.
® ' © Blt u
References /ny ol the Inittnm housed In Council Bluffs. JUD3 & SMITH Proprietors.
Salesrooms " 10 , Ilrnadwny. aTa iufnctory 30 , Fourth St. COUNCIL BLUFFS
Has Enlarged find Re-ftlted His Store , and Oilers Extra Inducements to
Purolinsors of DRY GOODS , FANCY GOODS ,
LADIES' AND GENTS'
734 Broadway , - - - Council Bluffs.
MRS. S. J. NOERIS ,
Having opened in a now store I invite the inspection of hdio.i.
MUH. , fi. , T. NOltUI . iiU ! > Tlrnailw y. - - - < 'oun
NORENE &J , LANDSTROM , '
Fall Goods Ready. Rails Nndo to Order in Latest Style
on Short Notice and a Kuasonulo Prices.
10 Mnin Stroot. Council Bluffs.
WHOLESALE DKALKUS IN
* tid 344 Prnndwnv. OOTJNOirRLUFFS TO\VA
BTJBMP1WG Ss BOLTB ,
Dotmer Wlcdowi , Flalali , Window Ci | * , lion Croatian , Metallic Sky-Uxhtl , to. Tin , Ircn and SlatrlRoo
ir S10bomlim > < Btruel Omih * N liruk
OFFER F0 SALE BE&ARDLESS COST
Light HoAil Wvcoui , riauo Box Tup and 0 | > iU IlUKClo * , llrcwttor Top and 0 | < en BujndiM , Wtudior Top
OH.'ii | UiK'gUi , 1'liattont ol all klcdiand two Boatuj CtirUffH. All ottlie abotc me ol my avui manu
rtur asd LTi uUod tholrtt ol stock , mil llrcl.cjjo In c\try j articular. Hi nil lor do ciii < Uve circular ,
ttTFactoir aal OiHets 7 , 9 and SI Fquith fitra't , Oouiull Ulullj. C
.H , HORNE & GO. .
WHOLESALE DEALEUS IN
Wo make n specialty , nt our EASTERN factory , of FINE HAVANA unrt
YARA 010AllS. All Cigars sold by us are of our own manufneturo and warranted
na represented ,
OPERA DOUSJ5 CIGAR HOUSE , 552 Broadway ,
11. H. HORNE A CO. , COUNCIL BLUFFS , - IOWA
KIEL'S SALE STABLES.
Keep horses mid mules constantly on hand which wo will sell in Retailer
or Wholesale lots. All stock \Varrnnlpd \ as represented. Whole
sale and retail dealers in grain nnd baled hay. Prices
reasonable. Satisfaction guaranteed
SCHLTJTEE , cSc BO3LE33T
Corner Fifth Avcnuo & Fourth Struct . . . . Council ttiuff
Waves , Switches , Whatnots , Langi y aacl Pompadour
ALL KINDS OF
20 MAIN STREET , COUNCIL BLUFF
SMITH t TOMjEK , Ajta ,
LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS
7 and 9 Main atroot ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
A Complete Line of Fall Goods to Select From.
LARGEST ANDBEST STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF
In Iowa and Nebraska , and sold for the loasfc money at 337 Broadway , Council
Bluffa , Iowa.
MRS , D , A , BENEDICT , Manufacturer ,
urtalua , In lace , Fit , Turcoman , Etc. oil cloths , Mattings , tlnolouma Eto
boicest and Best Selected STOCK in the WEST ,
omo and bo convinced thai wo are headquarters for all gooda In our line ,
heapost place to buy CARPETS , Curtains and Houao Furnishinga In the
C'ty. Uphohtoring and Bedding Supplies.
NOB. f > , 7 and 9 MASONIC TEMPLE - - COUNCIL BLUFFS
Mail Orders Filled PromptlyCnrdaue
MANDEMAKEK8 & VI N ,
STAIR BUILDING A SPECIALTY ,
201 Upper Broadway Cor. Stutsmau St. , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Orders in the ciby or country solicited. Prompt -itfcentioa and satisfaction
THE MODEL STEAM LAUNDRY
Is better prepared than ever before lo fill all demands for washing. Wo call your
attention especially to our capacity for doing family washing. Very low rates. All
kinds of work done in firet-cLiBS order. Special ptius will ba taken with llannels.
Orders aenfc by mail or otherwises receive prompt attention
ALBERT P. JOHNSON. Proprietor.
712 BROADWAY COUNCIL I3LUFFS
Metalic Caste and Wooden Coffins of al ! Kinfls.
ELEGRAPH ORDERS PROMTLY ATTENDED TO. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
OKTo. 3.2 3NT.
W. R ALYSWORTH.
'rarro Hoiisns mot cil on tlio UlTtK GIANT trucks ail I any dlitanco und Ovir any klnil ol ( jround
UHICIC JIOUaKd raleod. All work K"trautccJ.
Wi' . AYIiSWOHTW , KioNinth etreot.
We will give $25 for any horse we cannot
cure of interfering , knee cut
ting or forging.
All Shoes are Hand Made and NO MACHI
SHOES USED. All Work Guaranteed. I
Broadway . . . . . COUNCIL BLUFFS
HALLETT , DAVIS AND COMPANY PIANOS
Endorsed by FRANZ I.IHZT.
Unrliallod or Tone or Hni hi
Ilcst ilodi'rn I'riro to Buy ,
The Kimball Orjan. BO lung and finorably knoun In the we t , rncoinmends HusK ,
J. L. STKWAUT , Solo Agunt fur above linen of GooUa. wnrenmiuii , 829 UroaJway
jimcil UlulfB , Iowa. Corru3i > ondoucu Solicited , Agents Wniiti ) 1 , '