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DAILY B E COUNCIL BLUFFS TUESDAY , OCTOBER 7
THE DAILY BEE.
Tuesday Morning Ootobor 7.
RATKS , ,
No. 7 P wl Btrtet.tNear Broadway
MINOR MENIOtf ,
Sco .7. Roller's now fall stock of cloths.
Ducfcs are flying pretty Ihlck over the
Call al H. Friedman's nor cloak rooms ,
Special saloof clocks at II. Friedman's
now clock store 341 Broadway.
The Grcfct Western Llfo and JVccidon
association has moved its oflico into th (
Robert Porcival and W. H. Ware won
io llanlan to distribute democratic doc
Irinos there to-night ,
Mr. Blrwln , the book-koopor for Mr
Appol , is just finishing a $3,000 residence
on Graham avenue.
Ladies , you can save 25 per cent on
cloaks by calling at the now cloak store
of H. Friodman,0il Broadway.
Norono & Landstrom , the tailors , will
remove in n day or so from their present
place of business to 105 Moln street.
The agricultural implement house of
J. W. Kloob & Co. , has boon purchased
by L. F. Whitehead , of Harvard , Nob.
Chief Skinner yesterday received news
of the death of his wife's sister , Mis.
Annie McClury , whoso homo is in Michi
A number of the Council Blufls folks
are taking advantage of the half rates to
St. Louis oflorod by the Wabash during
Mr. Rico , contractor and bulldor from
Chicago , it here looking ever the plans
and figuring npon the basement of the
now government building.
The Blaine and Logan glee club is
most earnestly requested by tholr leader
to moot at Sapp it Pnsoy's oflico tomorrow
row evening , at 7:30. : Bo snro and bring
The boys in blue and ether good repub
licans are invited to moot at the court
house Wednesday evening. There will
bo business of importance , speeches of
interest and a general happy gathering.
Simon Such and Wm. Rigg were yes
terday fined $14.00 for being drunk , this
double dose being given them because
they were not content with begging off
before , but had to got drunk again. A
If the city officials would spend their
time in enforcing ordinances instead of
getting up "confidential" circulars , solici
ting funds for the defeat of the republi
cans in Ohio.thero would bo more growth
and prosperity in the city.
The caao of William Brown , charged
with stealing a horse from his brother ,
came up before Justice Schurz Saturday.
The accused waivud examination and being -
ing unable to give $500 bonds was placed
in fail to await the next term of the dis
trict court. ;
Col. John Fox is named as among the
probable uomlnooa for constable , and al
though thorn is a largo field of aspirants
will probably bo among the favored ones.
Ho has had about three years experience ,
and with this and his wide acquaintance ,
long rosldonco here , and loyalty to the
republican party , ho stands a show of bo-
struck by lightning.
William Gottbrooht , of Braddyvillo ,
who was recently arrested for obtaining
goods from Gronowog & Schoontgon under
dor false prolongs , was to have had his
examination before Justice Schurz yester
day , but as the defendant did not arrive
on the train the case was continued until
to-day to give him time to got here , ho
having possibly boon delayed.
F. Adair scorns to have had hard luck
Sunday. Ho bad some altercation with
n young man named Lindor on Broad
way , nnd tried to polish him off , but instead -
stead of doing so got laid out on the
sidewalk. When ho got on his foot ho
thought it was a follow named Brown
who had hit him , nnd ho tried to got
swoct revenge , but again got the worst of
it. Then a policeman came up and ar
rested him , and the closing chapter was
yesterday mornlug when his honor fixec
the fine at 89. CD.
The Sunday night boor-gardon dances
have boon a great annoyance and causot
much trouble , and notwithstanding the
warnings , nnd' ' the orders to atop , the
band strikes np every Sunday night
stop was put to the performance n
week ago , but last Sunday night the
dance opened up again. Several of tin
officers wont np and stopped it again , am
left an Invitation for the proprietor
Wm. Boolming to call on Judge Aylcs
worth yesterday. Tbo case was con
tinued until this afternoon , and Boohhiut ;
having procured on attorney proposes t
test the caso.
William * foaa was the unlucky youn
man who lost ono of Mr. Wheeler's llvor ;
horses , as stated in yesterday's ] ) KK. II
t and a young lady were out riding , nnd
whop near the paper mill whoroth
creek had overflowed its banks , th
horses became a little nervous in the inlr
and by somn chance the buggy was lippoi
partly over resting against a tree , thu
aaving the occopanta from being thrown
into the mud and water , Both horsoigo
in so that they lost their footing , bu
- ono was rescued , while the other waa
' drowned. The horse thus lost was valued
At $250 ,
A gang of men were sot at work clear
Main ttrcof. It Is a ehauio that mud
husboon allowed to Accumulate so on
hat thoroughfare and now that it 1
made for having It cleared regularly
Those who throw ashes , vegetables r M.
refuse in the street should also bo brjugh ,
to the front , and given a pnctict > IOMOJ.
Another now press has b d0n nddcd to
Pryors BEE job-rooras , ar d the fflcjjtica |
have in other respects ' Doon enlarged .to
moot the increase Of business. ItIs
ovidoot that OouD.dl Bluffs people appro
date good vcork , nt reasonable prices , anc
the buiinr.ss \ so rapidly increasing tha
ether changes and enlargement will soon
IrocoiD o necessary. The latest and bos
of material is constantly being added , BO
that the patrons of the oflico may havi
their wants and wishes mot in every par
Some of the property owners on streets
which have boon parked are justly anc
tattly indignant ever the damages denote
to the parking by cattle , which run ever
the sod nnd fresh earth cutting great
holes , and doing much damage , The
property owners in obeying the orders ol
the council and parking the streets are
certainly entitled to some protection.
The city council has passed ordinances
prohibiting the running at largo of cattle ,
and also ono forbidding the driving ol
cattle along streets that are parked , but
there the matter ends. No attention Is
paid to enforcing the ordinance , and the
property owners have to snflor.
A MODE" WIFE ,
Prof. Flillllp's Picture of Icr , and
Some Sensible Suggestion for
tlio IVoitlcl-Bo Model
The lecture delivered at the Catholic
church Sunday evening by Prof. Phillips ,
on the subject of "A Model Wife , " was
ilghly entertaining and Instructive , and
t Is to bo regretted that the house was
not crowded to Us utmost capacity ashore
here are few who can wall afford tomiss
a lecture of that nature , when it comes
within the Ir roach. The nadionco , how-
vor , was fair , and ho spoke as follows :
The model husband and wife love each
other , not because they are rich ; not bo-
ausothoyaro highly educated ; not bo-
sauso of outward charms. But they
OTO each ether because there la a beauty
n thorn that never fades , never dies ,
lover decays. The beauty of the mind ;
ho beauty of the heart , and the beauty
if the soul. I think Shakespeare must
lava had this in mind when ho has his
> osdomona to apologize for her love for
.ho Moor in saying , "I saw Othello's
visage in his mind. " It is the Inner
ualiticB and not the outsldo qualities
ipon which to baao a choice.
A great many husbands and wlvns love
iach ether for a while after marriage.
Jut it soon dlos'out. almost before the
estlvltios of their wedding day is passed
way. This is what I call fancy , mis-
iroctod passion , and frenzy. When strife
nd hatred comes into the homo of mar
led life and love departs , the fault lies
mostly at the door of tho. husband. I
lotico ho is generally the first to change ;
ho first to find fault ; the first to start a
uarrol ; the first to cast a cloud ever the
unshino. The wife who oxpccta con-
tant attention and unceasing affection ,
ncls him changed and neglectful in a
NOTT the woman loft a peaceful , happy
lomo the homo of her childhood to ba-
omo your wifo. She may not bo perfect
> u account of her youth and inoxpor-
nco. She may not be a model wife , but
rou took her for hotter or for worse , and
f she is worse maybe you made her so.
3ood husbands generally make good
wlvos. If you are a model husband , you
can make her -just what you want hor.
Do not scold her nor talk too much
about what she ought to bo to you ; about
icr reverence for you or her obedience
o you. Treat her kindly. That Is the
) est way to make a lovely wifo. When
'o\i \ close up your store , lock up that
rown that Is on your face , and go homo
and t-.lk to your wifo. Do not go homo
with a mad looking face and sit down
and oat your supper in silence. That
inukcs her afraid of you ; makes your
children run away from you , and your
servants curse you.
The model husband should lovn his
wife and cherish her till she dios. When
the charms of youth have tied , when her
stop no more has the elasticity of maiden
hood , and the voice becomes slow and
faltering , when the sprightly form , and
beautiful features have become dlifigurcd
with ago , ho should love her still. So
much for the modal husband.
Speak kindly to hor. She may have
loft a homo of cherished lovo. Speak
tenderly. She may bo growing old.
Speak gently and kindly , for her heart is
full of love for you. One chnorful word ,
one bright smile will fill her heart to
Ono word _ on wife-whipping. A model
husband will never dream of such n
thing. If I wore a woman and had a
husband who would whip mo , I would
sow him up in a shoot some night , and
whip him to death. I could not bo con
victed of manslaughter. A man who
woold whip , or raise his hand to strike a
woman does not possess a single one ol
the attributes of a man. Such a man deserves -
serves all the infamy and contempt that
an honest woman can heap upon him.
No God in the universe can make a sen
sible woman to love such n man.
Now u few words aa to what the model
wife should bo. In the first place she
should prlzo her husband very highly.
Much has boon said about the subject of
woman's rights. These are rights which
she can justly claim. Are there no
wrongs imposed upon womnnJ Compare
her wages with those of man. She is
not compensated equally with man for
equal labor. On an average out of ovorj
1,200 teachers of the public schools ii
this country 800 nro women ud 400 are
men , and the -100 men can draw more
wages than the 800 women. Is there noth
ina wrong in that ? What shall wo say
In this sphcro woman is not man's inferior
forior , Love Js stronger than logic. No
woman who understands her true duty
will ever bo anxious to leave that sphere
Woman's strength lies in her heart : man'i
strength in his head. Both have hnac
and heart , but by eminence ho Is hoac
and she la heart. The model wife says ,
"My husband is the head of the family ,
and as such I will obey him. " She will
bo subject to the will of her husband.
Not the 7 lavo. No husband has the
right to usurp this kind of authority ever
a woman. She is not bound to do any.
thing that violates the dictates of her
conscience , or her idea of the equality ol
The model wife will not find fault. Ho
m 7 things , but if she Is a model wife ,
" " r , will boar it In silence. There is n
" .owcr in sllonco greater than In
antagonism. The lightning rod ouhldo
of the house does not thunder , or make
a noiio , but it has power to carry away
the oloctrio fluid that is attended with
noise , Silence is ono of the powerful
attributes of a model woman. She also
knows how to keep houio and make it at
tractive. She will bo as anxious to plocio
her husband after marriage as before.
Dross well and try to look beautiful. Bo
gentle and cheerful.
The model wife should know how to
cook. The nearest way to your hus
band's purse and heart Is right through
his stomach. If you wont him to smile
upon you and call you "Dear , " remember -
bor ho cannot do that with sour broad in
his stomach. The science of the kitchen
Is no moan science. Men are not like
an eight-day clock to bo wound up with
a good dinner every Sunday. They are
moio like a watch , to bo wound up every
God bless the man that goti a model
wifo. She will make a man of him. llo
owes his rank and position to her , and
tholr mutual affection and happiness will
continue undisturbed while life remains.
George Koellno Is reported a seriously ill.
Dr. Whlto 1ms Rene to Chicago on a brief
II. S , Guliek , of Donlson , was at Bechtclo's
P. Gilmore , of Honey Creek , was In the
city yesterday ,
Prank 1'usoy left for Chicago [ last evening
ever the Wabash ,
II. D. Harlo left over the Wabash for St
Louis lost evening.
J. B. Atkins left last evening for St. Louis
to attend the exposition.
J , J. Good , now of Omaha , was on this
side of the tivor yesterday.
C. D , Harmon , the lloosior drill man ,
leaves to-day for n trip through Nobrrika.
J. W. McCabe has returned from Ohio
where ho was summoned by the sickness of
his mother. Ho reports her improving.
Gcorgo II. Beard left for Detroit lost even
ing to join his wife'who hm boon visiting
tiiends there , and who will return with him.
Itoal Estate Transfers ,
The following transfers iroro Clod in
the county clerk's oflico yesterday and re
torted for THE BEE by P. J. McMahon ,
October G , 1884 : '
B & M II R Co to Chos Brunt , n w 4
s o 4 31-74-38 , S400.nO.
Sarah F. Carter to B. F. Clayton 5
acres in 28-74-40 , 830.00.
Sarah F. "Carter to Macedonia town coo
oof lots 12 and 13 blk 0 Mocodonlr.
J. M. Washburn to Agnes Folson , lot
8 blk GO Mullins' sub dlv 0. B. , $75.00.
Goo. F. Wright to Agnes Folson , lots
n Boor's sub div and In central sub div
0. B. , $1125.00.
COUNCIL ! BLUITB MAUKET.
Wheat No. 1 milling , CO@G5 ; No. 3 , 60 ®
0 ; rojoctod-15.
Corn Local purposes , 35@40.
Data For local purposes , 35@40.
H y S10 00@n 00 per ton ; baled , CO@CO
Corn Meal 130 per 100 pounds.
Wood Good supply ; prices nt yards , C 00 ©
700.Coal Delivered , hard , 11 CO per ton ; soft
iJOO per ton
Lard Falrbank's , wholesaling at OJc.
Hour City ( lour , 160@3 30.
Brooms 2 95@3 00 per doz.
Cattle Butcher cows 3 00@3 25. Butcher
toors , 4 00 ® 125.
Hogs 4 25@4 05.
PBODDCE AND FRUITS.
Poultry LIve old hens , 7o ; spring chickens ,
2 25@2 50 per doz.
Peaches J bus , bor , 100.
Lemons 1 50@5 00 per box.
Butter Creamery , 18@20c ; choice country
ICc.Eggs 1C per dozen.
Vegetables Potatoes , 30@40o per bushel ;
onions , 40@00c per bu ; apples , cheico cooking
or eating , 2 CO ; bonns , 1 75@2 00 per
ii'lhol ; Sweet ootatoes , 4 00 oer bbl.
NOTICE. Special a Tortlscmcnts , ma M Lost ,
Found , To Loan , For Halo , To Rent , Wants , Board
ing , etc. , will bo Inserted In this column at the low
rate ot TEN CENTS 1'Ell LINE ( or the first Insertion
and FIVE GENTS PER LINE for oaoh subsequent n-
sertlon , Leave advertisements at our office , No.
[ * earl Street , near Broadway
ril faiirtct Bgen't
tual Ilysrvo Kuml IJfo Aesoc'a.'onNe ' Yof i.
The killing Mfo association ol America. Ono hun
dred millions business , 65,000 members , $709,000
imlil In losses , 8100.0CO deposited nlth Insurance
commission ol Now York Inniranco at Jesa than
one-hall the ratca charged by so-calloJ "old time1'
companies. Aililrotn II. B. llann , Department Man
&lfcr , Council Bluffs , lovia.
/ 10ATj Aniriis , Capital Ccntmlllo and other tuft
\J Iowa coM ki'i'UtUeorgo IIeatons , 623 Droail
way. Telephone No. 110.
T ? HAtiONABLK I'lllCKS-ralr weight and moas
JLli uro t Oeoriro Ileaton'H coal and uootl yard
028 llroadway. Telephone No , 110.
FOll 8ALK-A line blooded stallion. B. Gold
Bteln , 640 Broadway , Council IlluHs.
BALK 11KASONABLK. Coltco ,
FOll ami grocery buvlnoM. Only ona In tonn.
Itcason. Ill health. Adilruss U. L. Williams , 18 North
Main St , , Council lllulTd.
F 1011 HUNT Furnished room , 610 Washington
BALK Oil ItKNT The Orvis Tacking ho
and machinery , located In this city. Capaa
160 lioga po' day. Oilcll & Day.
Kvery body m Council liliins to i
WANTKU Delivered by carrier at only twenty
cents a week.
FOR BALK My residence , corner 7th avonua and
10th street II taken noon lll sell tor g'J.OOO
below value. Will alia lell furniture , carpetsto. ,
all or In part. K not void at oneo will rent premi
ses , with house lurnlihed or unfurnished , at
moderate rent. Any oifo thinking ol making
their homo In Council lllulls will do welltoinMistl-
ir.ato this offer. His the belt bargain v\vt offered
in the city. M A. U1TON.
i VLD rAl'KUB For e lo at B office , at 6 cents
\J * hundred
R. Bice M , D.
fl Vfmnn or other tumors removed without th
uflfluIlUOj kulfo or drawing o blood.
Over hlrty yoartf practical iperlonoe : OHM No.
1'earl trcit , Council Blufilj
W. R. VAUGHAN.
Justice of the Peace.
Omaha and Council Blnftr.
liwJ estate collection agency , Odd Fellows Block
ivtr Bavluvs Bank
BOOQE'S SIOUX 01TY HAMS.
J. Y , FULLER ,
0 ,89 Pearl Street Council Bluffs owa.
Bilks , Dress Goods & Novelties
IK THE NEW COLOIIS AND LAI ST STALES. OUH
is veiy complete in vnrioty'nml excellence of goods. "Wo have n'so '
arranged to take IL caw res nnd have cloaks
thereby insuring a perfectly fitting garment without extra expense to
our customers. A fine stock of ]
Cloakings , , ,
Eides , Down and Jersey Clot-h ,
Tambourfl Turcoman ,
Choice New Patterns and very cheap.
flurtain Goods , Window Shades , Etc , , Etc ,
In fact , a complete stock of everything'usually kept in a first-class Dry
Goodsjstore , at the old stand of
401 Broaaway , Council Bluffs , Iowa :
Carpet advert ement in following issues of this paper.
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES
Both new and second hand , ranging in prices from § 3.50 to
$25 each. Take advantage and call early to obtain
the best bargains. I am making a big reduction in
' As 1 Cecil the room to display my stock of stoves.
A. J.MANDEL , , Council Bluffs. Iowa.
To close out our stock of Summer Goobs , we are ofleeiug them remark
Present price 5 Oc , former price 7 5c. Next quality has been reduced
from AOc to 25c.
Reduced 25 per cent.
3 [ J. J. AUWEUDA & CO. , 317 Broadway ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA.
- EVERYTHINGmSTCLA.83. . -
No3. 217 and 219 S. Main St. , - COUNCILBLUFFS
Has Enlarged nnd lie-fit ted His Store , and OHers Extra Inducements'to
Purchasers of DRY GOODS , FANCY GOODS ,
LAD IBS' " AND GENTS'
734 Broadway , . . . . Council Bluffs ,
MBS. S. J. NORRIS ,
Latest Styles Millinery.
Having opened in n now store I Invite the inspection of ladles.
IIS. S. J. NOKIII9 , 2UO IJromlxvay , . . . . Conn
A. F. CLA.TTEUHUCK , G. EDOAII , 0. J5. BESAVICK ,
Manager. Assistant. Secretary.
Council Bluffs Detective Association
Will do ll blndaqt deteclho ; ork for llauKi , Kiprefn , Tclc 'r ph ant Hallway companies , Merchant ] ,
iUnufactorlet , Corporations , I'ullio and 1'rltate Institutions and DUtilct Attorney i. Btolcn property re-
cm mil Collection ! wade , Missing frlonJs found , DUorco * procured. iJjOO reward offered for the arieat
and conviction cf any person or persons fraudulently reprowntlru this Aaaoclatlon All communication !
strictly confidential , Olllcc : JIaeoulo Tuinulo , Council BliiHs , Iowa. 1 * . O. Box 1293.
f WlIOLKSAlEHDKAliEUS IN
HATS , CAPS
* nd 344 Proadway. COUNCIL BLUFFS TOW A
S. J. J.
Waves , Switches , Whatnots , Langt.'y atd Pompadour
ALL KINDS OF
IN STREET , NOIL BLUFFS
H.H. EOENE & CO. ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Wo make n specialty , nt our EASTERN factory , of FINE HAVANA snd
\ AHA CIGARS. All Oigara sold by us nro of oar own manufacture and warranted
OPERA HOUSE 01OAR HOUSE , I 552 Broadway , *
H. H. HORNE & CO. , | COUNCIL BLUFFS , . : IOWA
A COMPLETE LINE OF
Boots , Shoes and Rubbers
All new nnd clean. LOWEST FIUOKS and shown In PLAIN FIGURES. SollJ ( roods. No
fhodcly. All work warranted. Wo nro bound to not acquainted , If goods and nrlocl
H lldolt. No trouble to show goods. M ll orders solicited. Ooodi ncnt toall
firtsC. O. D. subject to appr al , Call and look over our Block at
Boston Boot and Shoe tore.
Broadway , Council Bluffs. E. E. ADAMS & CO.
NOKENE dty LANDSTEOM ,
Fall Goods Ready. Suits Made to Order in Latest Style
ca bhort Notice and n Reasonale Prices.
510 Main Street , .
- . . Council Bluffs.
DR. JUDD'S ELECTRIC BELT.
0,000 Electric Bells fold for the Month of Sept , by us.
Agents Wanted !
nofcrcnccs-Any of the uusIncssShouses In Council Bluffs. JODD & SMITH Proprietors.
Salesrooms 319 , Broadway. Manufactory 30. Fourth St. COUNCIL BLUFFS-
KIEL'S SALE STABLES
Keep Horses nnd Mnlos constantly on hand which
wo will soil in retail or wholesale lota.
All Stock Warranted as Represented.
\Vhol.alo nndretall dealers In Grain nJ Baled Hay. Trices rea
eonablo. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
SOIEIIILiTJTIEJIR & ; ZBOHLIE'X'
Corner Fifth Avo. & 4th St. , Council Bluffs.
LARGEST ANDBEST STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF
In Iowa and Nebraska , and sold for the least money at 337 Broadway , Council
Bluffs , Iowa.
luNotonsflt , } m Di Ai BENEDICT , Mannfactnrer :
-'urtalns , in Lace , Slit , Turcoman , Etc.1 oilcloths , Mattings , Linoleums Etc
hoicest and Best Selected STOCK in the WEST ,
omo and bo convinced that wo are headquarters for all goods In our line ,
heapost place to buy CARPETS , Curtains and House Furniahlngs In the
City. Upholstering and Bedding Supplies.
Nos. 5 , 7 and 9 MASONIC TEMPLE - - COUNCIL BLUFFS
Mail Orders Filled PromptlyCnrdane
STAIR BUILDING A SPECIALTY ,
201 Upper Broadway Cor. Stutsman St. , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Orders in the city or country solicited. Prompt attention nnd satisfactio
Guaranteed. Plons and specifications furnished iree.
THE MODEL STEAM LAUNDRY
Is better prepared than ever before to 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 first-class order. Special pains will bo taken with flannels.
Ordora sent by mall or otherwise receive prompt attention.
ALBERT P. JOHNSON , Proprietor.
712 BROADWAY . . . . . COUNCIL BLUFFS
Metalic Caskets and Wooden Coffins of all Kinds.
ELKGRAPH ORDERS PROMTLY ATTENDED TO. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
2NTo. 12 OXT. 3Vr .laa sEtt. , QoxiXLoll
W. P , ALYSWORTH.
Frame Iluiuea inoicd on the LITTLK OIANT truoka and any dUUnco and over any Und Jof groun '
BRICK HOUSES ralecd. All work guaranteed.
W. P. AYLSWOHTU , 1"0 Ninth street.
HALLBTT , DAVIS AND COMPANY PIANOS
Endom'J by KJUNI IJBZT ,
Unrivalled or Tone or FinUhi
The Kimball Orp-an. so long and favorably known in the west , rncommemla Itself.
L. STKWAlt T , Bole Agent for above lines of Goods. Wareroonu , 1333J Broa IwiT
1 Bluilu , Iowa C IOorreopoudenct ) Solicited , Agonta Wanted ,
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