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DAILY BJiJil COUNCIL BLUFFS THURSDAY , OCTOBER 9
THK DAIO BEEr
Thursday Morning October 9
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R'\NII - - - - tio.fti put yo
JI. 7 rearl BtrBSt.'Hoar JJroadvay.
MINOR MENTION ,
See J. Rotter's now fall stock of clothr
QM at H. Friedman's now cloak
rouinn , 311 Broadway.
The contractors expect the sewerage to
ba completed on Broadway so far as the
Methodist church in the course of four
days , if the weather is favorable.
John Halo was brought before Justice
Sihurz yesterday on a charge of stealing
ahorse belonging to John Price. Ho
gave 5100 bail for his appearance for ox
There was a temporary Jack of sand
which ciuaod the "paving work to bo
stopped on Broadway yesterday after
noon. Usual work is expected to bo re
sumed this morning.
Herman Roichant and Tilita Maggie
Totgin were married Tuesday evening at
the residence of August Schultz , corner
of Eighth avenue and Ninth street , the
ceremony baing performed by Justice
dipt. Hayes , the ox-poltcoman , has
filed an information against Paul Lacy ,
charging him with keeping a gambling
house It will bo difficult to make Mr.
Licy'a many friends believe that ho is
guilty of any such offense.
The streams in the eastern part of
Pottawattomio and Shelby counties are
higher than they have boon since the
ilood of ' 81. At Avoca n great many
families on the loir lands wore compelled
to leave their homos and take to dry
land for safety.
The anniversary ball of the Royal Ar
canum is to bo hold in Bono's hall to
morrow evening. Fidelity Council has
secured the reputation of giving some of
the best social entertainments of any or-
ognization in the city , and this ono will
doubtois bo in keeping with that reputa
Mr. J. A. Borham , the photographer ,
arrived In this city yesterday nnd will at
once proceed to fit up the rooms which ho
has procured over No. 31 Main street.
Mr. Borham has bad galleries in Milwau
kee and Detroit , Michigan , where hS had
the reputation of being ono of the best
artists in the state.
Justice Abbott yoatorday diamiasod the
charge of larceny lodged against William
Lawler. It appears that a bull belonging
to a relative of Lawless wont astray and
was taken in by Ezra Matt , who adver
tised it according to law. Lawler made
an affidavit as to the ownership of the
bull , but failed to pay Matt the required
f eo , and wont Into the lattor's field and
r took the bull away. The court hold that
an action for trespass might bo made to
stick , but not a charge for larceny.
Mrs. EHzibctn Honsley , wlfo of Jona
than Honsloy , of Council Bluffs , was
buried at Dow City , Friday , September
20th. She had a stroke of palsoy two
days previous ani died in a few hours.
She was born in Wabash county , III. ,
nnd was over 03 years of ago. She was
married to Jonathan Honaloy in Edwards
county , 111. , and they moved from there
to Galland's grove , this county , about
18G8. They lived in Dos Moines a abort
time , and from there they moved to
Council Bluffs. The deceased was a de
voted Christian , having boon a member of
the Campbolito church for manyyoara. She
was a sister of Hiram Earnat and loaves
a husband , two sons and n daughter to
mourn her loss. Rev. H. H. Barton de
livered the funeral addroaa. [ Crawford
Fall and winter milliuury goods at J.
J. nuwerda& Co.'a , Friday mid Satur
day of this week.
George Koelina is recovering from liia 111
C. F. DriBcoll , of Omaha , dined at Bcch.
P. K. Piker , of Perry , Iowa , wjw at the Og <
J. A. YOUIIR , of Sioux City , win at the Pa-
A. V. Mann , of Orungo City , Iowa , is In
the city , a guest of the Ogden.
Officer NiKhtiiign'o , of Oinabft , was on this
eldo yesterday on n still hunt.
Dr. 11. J. Whitney , of Clienoy , W. T. , was
among joetorJay'a arrivals at the Pacific.
W. lid. Ulam of Kedinu k FeltV , returned
last evening fiom Petersburg , Ills. , with hla
lira. J. A. Chuiohill , who 1ms been ill nince
her return from her trip , has BO fur recovered
as to bo able to ride out yesterday.
81 Parker , the letter carrier , starts to-day
on a tw woaki , ' vacation , He will take in
the St. Louis expoiition , und startoj for thnru
MM , 0. TV. 1'elt returned from the east yo
tcrdav in c > mi > any of Mrs. Henky , of Wticol
Ing , W.Va. , who will visit Mr. aud Mrs
Keellne , ir.
The musical treat promised for next
Tuesday evening at the opera house will
be a treat Indeoi. The many readers of
TUB BKB who have watched with en
much interest the career and success of
that wonderful young pianiato , Mils
Neatly Stevens , will gladly improve this
rare opportunity of heating her tin op
portunity which will not probably pre
sent itself again , for a long time at least ,
ns Miss Slovens has made engagements
in the eait which will keep nor absent
fmm this city. In this coining conceit
$ 3Iiw Oil Joi wood of Ooiaha , will aing , as
also Mr , Cilia. ,
OL03E OALL ,
Throe Hntlan Hporumon SRVO Them
lijr CllinljIiiR Into a
J. Q. Tipton returned last night from
Ilnrlan and from him no lonrnod fho
particulars of n very narrow escape thn' '
thrco of the prominent citizuna of Ilnrlan
had on Monday evening. Mr. J. I
Myorly , a prominent young lawyer there
and Mr. AVhoolor , of the east aide , hard
ware store , and another prominent younj
merchant of the poatoflico book store
started out for a duck hunt , Roing in i
boat down the Nishnnbotna river , their
object being to roach the little town o
Corloy , six miloa down the atroam , at
which place they had sent n man with a
team nnd wagon to bring them with their
boat , game and equipments back to
llarlan. The Botna river was very high ,
being rank full , and in many places
running over the bottoms for hun
dreds of yards. Things pissed along
nicely and the boya had bagged
a fine lot of Mallard ducks
but Dually before they had reached their
destined point of land , night with a
cloudy sky came on them. The boya were
moving along at as lively a rate of speed
as possible when all at unco the bow of
their boat ran up on n tnaplo that had
( grown out from the bank at an anglo of
about forty-fivo degrees , and capsized ,
throwing its occupants into about fifteen
'ootuDf roaring current. The two merchants -
chants occupied the stern of the boat ,
and by n dexterous movement they made
ast to a trco and crallod up into the
> ranchoB , but Mr. Myorly being in the
> ow of the boat was thrown out head first
and wont under the boat coming up on
ho oppoaito aido. Ilo had on rubber
tip-boots , and nothing in the world ox-
opt the fact that ho was an expert
wimmor saved him from drowning , but
ortunatoly ho swam to a trco and nil
were saved , but they each lost a $50.00
> rcach-loaaor , hunting coats and all the
; amo. The boys remained perched upon
.ho tree for uomo timehallooing for osaiat-
nco , with a pretty fair prospect to ro-
nain there for the night , when a friend-
y passerby happened to hear them , and
icocurod help who finally got them safely
andod , procuring dry clothing from the
oighbora. They got a man to take
bom homo late at night.
THE ALDERMANIO TEOUBLE ,
Judge Jixmcs Still UcfiiBos to Apol *
o lzo and Time Is Up To.Day.
The difliculty between Aid. James and
ho city council la in such ahapo that it
s hard for an adjustment to bo reached ,
udgo Jamoa in handing in his rosigna-
ion Bovoral meetings ago , apparently
lad no very strong desire to have the
osignation accepted , for after tendering
lis resignation and leaving the council
hambor , ho appeared at the following
meetings and took part as usual. In
ondoring his resignation ho stated , aa a
oason , that ho had not boon able to
ocuro the proper amount of improve
ments in his ward. It Boomed more like
a little bluil in the interest of the Fourth
The unexpected turn which the committee -
mittoo has given the matter places it in a
tranga fix. The committee reports that
ho reason assigned by Judge James for
csiguing is an insult , nnd ho must file a
written apology with the city clerk before
0 o'clock this morning or the resignation
rould bo accepted. In other words ,
'udgo James must acknowledge his
; roat trancgrossion or got out.
Judge Jumea has boon known as an
anti-Vaughn democrat , and has been
athor a thorn in the Hosh , not only to
ho mayor but to the mayor's pots , espe
cially Aid. Mynstor. They are by no
noaus sad at the opportunity which
1 udgo James has given them of pinching
lim , for if ho remains it will bo through
\ retraction and an apology , and if not
hey will bo rid of him.
Judge James was yesterday as firm as
ho evening before in his expressed determination -
termination to take back nothing. Ho
expressed himself not merely as disgust
ed with the futile attempts to got any
work done in his ward but also with other
irocoedinga of the council. Ho docs not
iko the way in which aldermen order
work done , without action of the council
aud the way bills are allowed by being
rushed through without being presented
and road in open council , and seems tired
of the whole outfit.
Alderman James has been enthusiastic
over the raising of the grade , , filling of
streets , tito. , and much of this has been
iono in the Fourth word. There have
boon enough improvements of this sort
In that ward , but what ha complains of
Is the lack of crosswalks , filling of holes ,
making repairs , improving the crook ,
preventing overflows , otc. Many are
now fooling that there has boon too
much street filling and grading , and if
the experiment proves a failure it will bo
just as happy a condition for Judge
James out of tbo council as in it. Per
haps ho sees a threatened storm and is
going to seek shelter. The complaints
ilrendy made by citizens of tlmt ward
tiavo about tired out Judge Jamon now.
A HEAVY HOUSE ,
Not Only Financially , But It Una
Hundreds ot TOIIH of Iron ,
Council BlulTs can now boast of having
as heavy a heavy hardware house an any
n the west. W. S. Koulino and 0. L.
Felt have joined under the firm name of
Kooliuo & Felt , and their main establish
ment at No. 117 Main street is indeed a
complete ano. The building is a fine
brick structure , with stone trimmings ,
and has been built with a special view of
having it so strong as to stand easily the
tremendous weight , which so largo nnd
icavy a stock brings to bear. It has a
frontage of 25 feet und a depth of lOOfuat ,
and has four floors , malting In all 10,000
square fuot , filled with all kinds of iron ,
steel , heavy hardware wood stock in
fact everything needful to wagon and
carriage builders , blacksmiths und me
chanics. Besides this building filled
hero are two largo warehouses , also
: rowdod with goods , thus making the
argcit stock in this line carried by any
louao this side of Chicago.
As to the variety and completeness of
hn stock a elanco through the main
milding is uufllclently convincing. Com.
neuuing on the baseimmt floor are found
ails nnd horse.ihera , nuts , ( chains , and
ho celebrated Itiveraide stuel nails , piled
n in croat quantities , nnd plso pile upon
ille of hubs. V '
Pasting on to the main floor uHftAJs found
an attractive nnd commodious office , In
dlcntlng "business" in orcry detail. Or
this floor arc fully 300 tons of iron nnd
steel. Hero also Is a stock of emery
wheels nnd stands , bolts of all descrip
tions , wood and lop ; screens , tools of nl1
kinds , horseshoe nails , otc , otc.
On Iho next or second floor there is i
largo quantity and endless variety o :
bent wood stock , springs , anvils , vises ,
Buffalo blooms , malleable nnd wronghl
Iron , and nnd numerous other clnsies ol
goods of that sort.
On the upper floor is found n full line
of spokes the largest stock , without
doubt , carried by any house this side o
the Mississippi. Hero nro to bo found
thojuntly celebrated Woodburn-Sarvor
patent nnd wood hub wheels ; bugqynnd
wagon singletrees , doubletrees nnd nock
yokes , both finished and plain , felloes ,
gears , wagon , carriage and buggy
boxes , oto.
Ono would think that in this building
there was enough to supply the larger
portion of the west , but there nro the
two warehouses besides , ono on the track
of the 0. , B. & Q railway , the other in
thn rear of the innin building. These are
filled with oak , hickory nnd poplar lum
ber , bolster ? , roaches , axles , tongues ,
sawed felloes , otc.
Koolino & Felt have also secured thi
agency for the Buckeye iron fences , oilici
railings , guards , etc. , made by Mast , Fooi
& Co. , Springfield , 0. .catalogues contain
ing full descriptions of which will bo son
to anyone on application.
The firm also carries a full line of the
beat kind of buggy bodies and finishec
With aucli an extensive , varied one
complete stock this now firm starts in
with every prospect of reaping rich sue
cess , nnd having their enterprise nppro
cintod. Their traveling salesmen nro
covering the territory Included in western
Iowa nnd in Nebraska , nnd the nmounf
of business already secured , nnd the prac
tlcal encouragement which the now enterprise
priso has already received , are nmplo ns
surnncos that the heavy hardware house
of Keollno & Felt will provo ono of the
most popuW and successful of any it
the land. Council Bluffs may well fee
proud of having such a house located in
Wheat No. 1 milling , CO@G5 ; No. 3 , 60 ®
CO ; rojoctoiM5.
Corn Local purposes , S5@40.
Dots For local purposes , 35@40.
liny 510 00@12 00 per ton ; baled , GO@GO
Corn Meal 130 per 100 pounds.
Wood Good supply ; prices at yards , 6 00 ®
Goal Delivered , hard , 11 CO per ton ; Bof I
CJOO per ton
Lord Falrbank'fl , wholesaling at OJo.
Flour City flour , 1 60@3 30.
Brooms 2 95@3 00 per doz ,
Cattle Butcher cows 3 00(33 ( 25. Batcher
steers , 4 00(34 ( 25.
Hogs 4 25@-l 65.
rnonucB AND rnurrs.
Poultry Live old hens , 7c ; spring chickens ,
2 25@2 60 per doz.
Peachoa J bus. bor , 100.
Lemons J 50@5 00 per box.
Butter Creamery , 18@20c ; choice country
Ifc.Kpgs 1C per dozon.
Vegetables Potatoes , 30@40o per bushel ;
onions , 40@50c per bu ; apples , choice cooking
or eating , 2 50 ; beans , 1 75@2 CO per
bushel ; Sweet uotatooa , 4 00 oer bbl.
NOTICE. Bpcdal K vertlsomonta , guo fta Lost
Pound , To Loan , For Sale , To Kent , Wacta , Board
Dff , oto. , will bo Inserted In thla column at the low
ate of TEN CENTS PER LINE for the Drat Insertion
and FIVE CENTS PER LINE for oaoh subsequent n-
ortlon. LoavB advertisements at onr office , No.
'earl Street , near Broad war
Dants and \csta Jon. Kcltcr , SIO llroadway
TX/'ANTED Local and district agents for tno MU
TT tual llo'crvo Fund IJfo Association , Now York.
Tlio loading llfo ivs'relatlon of America. Ono lulu-
lied millions business , (6,000 members , $700,000
mill In lintcs , 8 OO.OCO deposited with Insurance
commlssUm of New York Insurance at ICPB than
onu-lmlt the rates charged liy so-called "old time'
companies. Adilreea n. D. Mann , Department Man
aicr ; , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
COAL AlH'iifl , Cnplt.il Centcrvllto and other soft
Iowa coal kept at George Hoatons , 023 Broad
way. Telephone No. HO.
TD EA80NABLK PUIOE3-Kalr weight and mcas
XX uro at Ooortto Heaton'a coal and wood ynrt
028 Uroadway. Telephone No. 110.
FOR HALE-A flno blooded stallion. S. Gold
Bicln,640 Broadway , Council HluBs.
FOU SALK UICAKONMIU : . Coflco ruabtliiK.
Hjilco mid grocery IiUMlnuiw. Only uno In town ,
tcason , III health. Aikltcsa U. L. Williams , 18 North
ilaln Kt , , Council IllulTd.
T7IOU UUNr-Kurnlahed room , 6(0 Washington
X ? avoimu ,
171011 BATiP Olt IIKNT Tlie Orvls 1'ackluif ho
JL' and machluery , located In thU city. Cajiai
160 hem po day. Oilcll & Day.
\\f ANTKli Kvery Douym Council Hums tu take
VV TiiBDu. Delivered by carrier at only twenty
oonta a week.
FOll BALK My residence , corner 7th avenue and
10th etrout. 11 taken noon will toll ( or f2,000
below value. Will tire loll furniture , carpota , &o.
all or In part. K not eoM at once will rent premi
um , with house furnished or unfurnished , at
moderate rent. Any ono thinking ol making
their home In Council DlulTa will do well to Invent- !
gate this Oder. It la the beet bargain ever offered
in the city. M A. UITON.
OLD rAl'KHS-1'or Bale at lm ) office , at 25 oenta
Mrs , HJ , Hilton , H.n , .
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON ,
323 Middle Bro dvy. Council BlnQa.
A. f , SCIIANOK , H. H. MAUTKN3 ,
llonil'iT. 1'iojitlotor ,
_ a. a.
100 MAIN STREET ,
I1UW8 - - IOWA
Dr , "W. H. Shorradon
Masonic Temple ,
Council Bluffs > Iowa.
Bilks , Dress Goods & W ovelties
IN THE NEW COLORS AND LAI ST STi/E8. OUH
tOtw nk fsv * ? " & A * yy W TITW& n * v fwmwt' ysvt
OUR CLOAK DEPARTMENT
is very complete in variety"nnd excellence oil goods. Wo have also ar
arranged to take IL caw res &nd have cloaks
thereby insuring n perfectly fitting garment without extra expense to
our customers. A fine stock of j
Cloakings , , ,
Eides , Down and Jersey Cloth
Tambour , jTurcoman [ ,
[ In Choice New Patterns a id very cheap.
Gurtain 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 , Jowa ;
< J5"See Corpst ad vert ? Cement in following issues of this papjr.
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES
Both new and second hnnd , ranging in prices from $3.50 to
5 each. Take advantage and call early to obtain
the best bargains. I am making a bice redueiion in
As I need the room to display my 8tock.o [ stoves.
A. J. M ANDEL , , Council Bluffs. Iowa ,
To close out our stock of Summer Goobs , we are ofleeiug them remark
Present price 50c , former price 75c. Next quality has been reducet
from 40c to 25c.
Reduced 25 per cent.
EJ. J. AUWEBDA & CO. , 317 Broadway ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA
CRESTO&9 & HOUSE
Nog. 217 and 219 S. Main St. . - COUNCILBLUFFS
MRS. S. J. NORRIS ,
Latest Styles Millinery.
Having opened in a now store I invite the inspection of ladion.
fllUS. S. J. NOKUIS , 230 Hroailwny , - - - Council
A. F. CI.ATTEUIIUOK , G. EDQAK , 0. 35. BESWIOK ,
Manager. Assistant. Secretary.
Council Bluffs Detective Association
Will do all Mm' ol dctectU u work lor Hanks , K > r > rctn , 'loi ! > Kr ph anl Hallway coanauloi , Merchant * , .
ll.nufactotk-B. CorporaUong , 1'iitlloand 1'rhato Institutions and DUtilct Attorney. Stolen property ro.
cover nl Collection ! mule , HiesInK Irlcndi found , Illvorcoa procured. 8600 reward offered for the artesl
ami coinlctlon it any jicrnon or i > cr ona Imu Julently reiiroauntliu this Association All communications
ttrlctly confldeutlal. Otilco : Jtatonlo Tumnlo , Council Blulla , Iowa. 1' . O , Box 120 i.
nd 344 F road way. OOUNOTL nLUFFB TOW A
TOQ T T
Ejs sS O
Waves , Switches , Whatnots , Langl.'y acd Pompadour
ALL KINDS OF
MAIN STREET , OOLNOIL BLUFFS
Wee of flu Peace.
OKKICK OVEH AUKUIOAN EII'llEfiS.
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA. .
BOOGE'S SIOUX CITY HAMS.
J. Y. FULLER ,
85 Foul c Bluffi owa.
H.H , HQRNE & CO. ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS TN
Wo make ft specialty , at our EASTERN factory , of FINE HAVANA und
YARA CIGARS. All Cigars sold by ua nro of our own manufacture and warranted
OPERA HOUSE CIGAR HOUSE , I 552 Broadway , *
H. H. HORNE & CO. , | COUNCIL BLUFFS , * IOWA
A COMPLETE LINE OF
Boots , Shoes and Rubbers
All now nnd clean. LOWEST WICKS and shown In PLAIN FIQUIIE3. Solid p Ja. No
Bhoddy. All work warranted. Wo are bound togct acquainted , It Roods and prlooi
will do It. No trouble to eliow gooii. MM orders solicited. Oood ont to > ll
partaC. O. V. subject to njiprjval. Call and look.otcr our stock al
Boston Boot and 8hoe tore.
417 Brondwny , Council Blufls. E. J3. ADAMS & CO.
NORENE & LANDSTROM ,
Pall Goods Ready. Suits Made to Order in Latest Style
on Short Notice and a Eeasonale Prices.
205 Main Street , Council Binds.
DE. JITDD'S ELECTKIG BELT.
0,000 Electric Bella fold for the Month of Sept , by us.
References Any of the buslncsslhouscs In Council Bluffs. JUDD & SMITH Proprietors.
Salesrooms 310 , Broadway. Manufactory 30. Fourth St. COUNCIL BLUFFS-
Keep Horses and Mules constantly on hand which
wo will sell in retail or wholesale lots.
All Stock Warranted as Represented.
Wholesale and retail dealers in Grain and Baled Hay. Prices re
sonable. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
SaHCI/U-TIEIR < Sc BOLE ST
Corner Fifth Avo. & 4th St. , Council Bluffs.
SMITH & TOLLER , Agfa. ,
LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS
7 and 9 Mala street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
A Complete Line of Fall Goods to Select ; From.
LARGEST ANDIBEST STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF
In Iowa nnd Nebraska , nnd sold for the least money at 337 Broadway , Council *
Bluffs , Iowa. 'V ' Mopeds
opods an * Noton8at , } jjBgi Di BENEDICT Janiifactiirer , K
urtalns , in lace , Elite , Turcoman , Etc. } oil cloths , Hattlngo , LinoleumsEto
hoicest and Best Selected STOCK in the WEST ,
omo and bo convinced that wo are headqaartora for all goods In our line ,
heapest place to buy CARPETS , Ourtuina and House Furnishings in the
City. Upholstering nnd Bedding Supplies.
NOB. 6 , 7 and 9 MASONIC TEMPLE - - COUNCIL BLUFFS
Mail Orders Pilled Promptly Card une
STAIR BUILDING A SPECIALTY ,
201 Upper Broadway Cor. Stutsman St. , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Orders in the city or country solicited. Prompt/Mention nnd , , 'satisfaction
Guaranteed. Plaus and specifications furnished free.
THE MODEL STEAM LAUNDRY
Is bettor prepared than over 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 firat-clasB order. Special paina will bo taken with flannels.
Orders sent by mall or otherwise receive prompt attention.
ALBERT P. JOHNSON , Proprietor.
712 BHOADWAY COUNCIL BLUFFS
USetalic Caskets and Wooden Coffins of all Kinds.
TELEGRAPH ORDERS PROMTLY ATTENDED TO. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
3XTo. 3.2 3XT. IVt/visi eat. . CJona.3a.oil
'W. P , ALYSWOETH.
W. I' . AYLSWOJVTH , 1010 Ninth etrect
HALLETT , DAVIS AND COMPANY PIANOS
Endorwil by FBim Liarr ,
Unrhallcul or Tone or FlnUhi
Ilett Modern 1'rloe to lluy.
fVoralir | ! kn ° n ln th8 W68ti commend , Itaelf.
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