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THE DAILY BJ&E-COTJNCIL BLUFFS MONDAY , OCTOBER 13
THE DAILY BEE ,
Monday Morning October 13.
TlrMiU - - - - $10.00 per
KO. 7 reurl Btreet..Hear Broadway.
MINOR MENTION ,
See J. Roller's now fall stock of cloths
There is a very largo crop of candidate
A roro musical treat at the opera hous
Cull jjt H. Friedman's now cloa'
rooms , Oil Broadway.
Mr. Charles Officer has moved into hi
now house on Seventh street.
There was no preaching services In th
Methodist church yesterday.
Special sale of cloaku at H. Friedman'
now cloak store , 341 Broadway.
Wrought Iron ranges at reduced price
DoVol t Wright , 501 Broadway.
Secure your reserved soata for Mis
Ncally Stevens' concert Tuesday even
Rov. Goo. S. Polton , of Omaha , again
supplied the Congressional pulpit her
The proprietor of the Hamburg brow
cry has boon arrested for soiling to
Are you going to the opening of the
skating rink to-night ? It will bo a grand
A. Friedman's now cloak and suit store
341 Broadway , now open.
The roller skating rink has its grand
opening this evening. The Bavaria band
will furnish the music.
Joseph Probstolo has commenced the
building of a workshop In the roar of his
Broadway harness shop.
Patrick Ryan reports that some follow
has stolen a now suit of clothes from his
room at the Coy houso.
Ladies yon can save 25 per cent on
cloaks by calling at the now cloak store of
H. Friedman , 341 Broadway.
L. 0. Baldwin is propairlng for a pub
lic sale of his Park place herd at the fair
grounds in this city October 29.
Mrs. Chas. Austin , who was shot by
her husband a week ago , is rapidly re
covering , and will soon bo out again.
The Jolly Jollities , who made so much
merriment Saturday evening , appear
again at the opera house this ovonlng.
The republican primaries are to bo hold
this evening , and the township conven
tion Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Rov. Gilbert Do La Matyr , the green
back congressman , writes that ho will bo
hero at the Carlisle mooting next Satur
The Avoca Cleveland and Hondrioks
club is preparing to visit Council Bluffs
on the evening of the 13th , to hoar Hon.
John G. Carlisle.
Council Bluffs expects to send a dele
gation of 400 Blaine and Logan voters to
join the big parade and mooting at
Omaha next Thursday evening.
A woman was run In yesterday for bo
lng on a Sunday drmuk. She claims to
bo from Omaha , and was before the court
about three months ago on a like charge.
At the mooting of the Boys in Blue at
the court house to-morrow evening , Col.
Smytho , of Omaha is to speak , and dis
patches will bo received concerning the
Who has boon trying to throw the
Broadway beauty oil her base the
guardian angel fountain at the intersec
tion of Broadway and Bancroft streets
having boon badly tipped from uoino
mysterious cause ?
The Wabash road has made a change
of time , and now runs through trains with
aloopors to Chicago , as well as St. Louis ,
the Chicago train leaving hero at 4.50
p. in. , and arriving in Chicago at 2.30 the
Walnut has organized a Blaine and
Logan club , with A. W. Askwith presi
dent , W. H. Negloy , John P. Burke , 0.
M. Bruce and J. T. Spanglor vice-presi
dents , Howard Oummiugs secretary ant
J. U. Spanglor treasurer.
The case of Gull' Johnson , arrested for
the murder of McGonignl , has boon con
tinued un'il to-morrow morning. Some
of the witnesses for the prosecution huvo
boon examined , and the continuance is
for the purpose of getting others from
Woodblno and Dunlap.
Prof. McDermott , of the institution
for the deaf and dnmb , while driving
from the uchool to his homo in this city
had a narrow otcapo , his team becoming
frightened und taking a run , kicking
.nway the dashboard. The professor
luckily got off with a bruised leg.
Several of the members of the Counci
Bluffs club wont to Omaha Saturday to
BOO the blcyclo races thoro. Among then
were 0. H. Judson , with his beauty , th
first bioyclo in the west ; W. 3) . Caroth
ors , Sam Bowloy and L. C. Lango.
On Saturday 250 sacks of "black
utripo" Australian mall arrivo'l from th
vest and was taken east over the 0. B.
& Q , This is the smallest mall received
elnco the Q. has boon carrying the
through mail. The largest was JtlO nacka ,
and the smallest 200 *
The opportunity offered nt the onora
Jiouto tp-morrow evening to hear Miss
SteveuB , tbo wonderful pianist ,
friends have noticed her wonderful careo
and brilliant success with much Interest.
Officer Dunn found three liltlo boy
bepglng in the vicinity of his homo an <
placed them in jail yesterday as tramps
The boys eay they arc from Atlantic. On
bolng searched a pack of authors' card
and a pair of pinchers was found on
The complaint against 1'at Lacy fo
keeping a gambling house hau boon con
tinued until this morning. It seems t
bo a matter of a personal warfare between
Capt. Hayes and Pat Lacy , and It I
said that an attempt will bo made t
make H warm for Hayes.
Many are talking up the necessity o
Caving Pearl street paved. The nocos
slty is too apparent to need much talk
Ing. Action is needed more. The muddy
condition of so Important a street is a
disgrace to the city as well as an itnpodi
ment to business.
B. F. Slowart , of Noola , lately noli
fled the clerk of this county , that 1
Harry O'Brien asked for a permit to
marry Eva Stewart rcfuso him , as the
girl was his daughter and was under ago
Saturday Mr. Stewart was hero on thi
lookout for his daughter , who has lef
homo as ho thinks with the intention o ;
marrying O'Brien , who has also disappeared
poarod from Noola.
To-night It Is expected that the council
will act on Judge James' resignation.
The committed reported in favor of ac
cepting the same unless ho filed a written
apology with the clerk. This ho has nol
dono. Some of his friends are urging
iltn to withdraw his resignation before
inal action is taken , but ho expressed
ilmsolf Saturday as firm In the determin
ation neither to withdraw nor apologize.
W. B. White , section foreman on the
[ lock Island rail tray , rocolvod word from
Joliet , 111. , that his brother-in-law had
) eon accidentally shot while out gunning
and was killed. Mr. and Mrs. Whlto
oft for Joliet Saturday attornoon. Mr.
and Mra. Hartshorno , father and mother
of deceased , loft hero Friday for Kansas
City , where they were Informed Satur
day of the sad news by a telegram from
) flicor J. T. Hurley , who waa acquainted
with the deceased.
The body of the man Downey , who
who was killed hero by the cars a few
a7 < > . nS ° i was burled yesterday. A
tvoman claiming to bo hla wlfo arrived
lore to attend the funeral. She says
tiat when sbo loft hero on the 2Gth of
optombor , ho had between $400 and
500 with him , aud it appears from a
nomoranda book , found among his
( Toots , that ho had $453 about that timo.
inco that ho has paid out $51 for a
ackago of silks sent by express , 0. O.
X , but has sold about $00 worth , so that
o still must have had ever $400 somo-
hero. There was found on his body
nly $25 , so that the question naturally
rises , where has the rest of the money
ono to ?
The dear old grandmother put on her
unday Mother Hubbard of high moral-
y crazy work yesterday , and told her
ttlo family that roller skating was im-
aoral and unhealthy , and warned them
ot to go to such n wlokod place as the
nk. Some thought that the old lady
ad got provoked at the Presbyterians ,
rho have boon occupying the rink with
arious entertainments , lately including
ollor skating , and that she sought this
pportunity to denounce them. If this
s what the Nonpareil is aiming , at munh
ndignation will bo aroused by such an
uwarrantod and dirty assault. Others
link that the old lady has discovered
mt her scrap-book has contained no paid
dvorllsomont of the skating rink , as
aid locals , and no samples of job work ,
nd houco Bho proposes to remind the
nanagomont that ho must put a few pen
nies in her charity box , or oho will lot
icr tongue fly. The rink will open to
night juat the same.
Just opened. The now cloak and suit
tore of II. Friedman , 341 Broadway.
A Farnwoll Concert ,
The musical event that is attracting
moat attention at this time is the farewell
concert to bo given by Miss Noallv Sto
veus at Dnhany'a ' now opera house Tues
day evening. The greatest musical minds
of the old country have paid tribute to
illos Stevens' ability as a pianist. Wit
ness the following testimonials ;
"Dear Friend S. I recommend to
your notice Miss Noally Stevens , n very
excellent pianlsto. Your friend ,
Dr. Hans Yon Bulow has great pleas
n presenting hia most hearty greetings
and in introducing Miss Neally Stevens ,
a very talented and ambitious American
> lanisto. "
Mies Slovens has boon my pupil for
, wo years and has attained a technical ox
ccllonco which , combined with her nutu
ral musical gifts , gives every promise of a
remarkable career , and as a student she
ins always mot with my highest ap
proval. Dn. TIIKO. KULI.KK.
" 1 can with a good concloncu give Mias
Slovens the title of a most thoroughly
excellent pianlsto. "
Mo MOH/.IIOWSKI. .
Now hats , now styles , and now Domor-
ost's patterns at A. W. Arbuthnot's.
Evans it Haas , 10 cars cattle , 320
head , Chicago , via C. , M. \ St. P.
Domsoy it Sears , ono car hogs , 73 head ,
Chicago , via 0. & N , W.
0. Cusic , ono car houa , 08 head , Chicago -
cage , via 0 , M. it St. I' .
Morse , Rogers & Co. . ono car hogs , (15 (
head , Chicago , by 0. ifc N. W.
John Wfggiiu , ono car hogs , 50 head ,
Chicago , by 0. it R. 1.
J. O. Kulo , two cars cattle , 42 head ,
Chicago , by 0 , M' , it St. P.
Rush it Wilson , 12 cars oattlo , 201
head , Chicago , b/0. , M. it St. P.
H. C. Matthews eight cars cattle , 1GO
lead , ChicaRO , by 0. , M. it St. P.
I have removed my entire block of
tank * to , 311 Broadway , where I shall
'Mftnqpflcial ' inducements. II , Fried-
rtr ) ' < t falty
BLOODY BOOTS ,
A Man Knocked Down ani Slampcdon
in a Brntal Manner ,
The Assailant Captured After a
Lively Qhaso ,
Sunday AVlilnky tlio Omiso
Ycalorday aflornoon a most bruta
assault occurred on south Main street
the victim of which , a young man known
OB Burk Roberta , bolng so badly Injure
that death may ensue. Ills assailant wa
Bill WycofT , a man weighing fully 22i
pounds and very sqnaroly built , havlnj
great physical strength , which ho seem
to delight to use when ho has a littl
whisky on board. Ho is an employ o
the iron works , while Roberts is a
teamster. Both had boon drinking yesterday
torday , and Roberta wan so full that he
could not navigate easily. The aflhi
occurred around the corner of Main
street , on Tenth avenue. Some eal
barrels were next to the building am
Roberts was seated on ono of tlieec
talking with Wycofl" , who was
standing up. The laUor appar
outly took exception * to something
which Robert nald , and struck him
knocking him down on the sidewalk. He
then jumped on hint with both foot , am
after battering him up in a horrible man
ner , loft him apparently for dead , ant
sauntered off , as a , young man came along
and was about to lift Roberta up. Wy-
2off turned and came back , half crying OB
If with rage and poor whisky In equal
parts , and blubbered out something to
the effect that ho "wouldn't ) lot any son
) f a gun call him a liar , " and started to
dck Roberts again. The young follow
irovontod him from doing so , and then
WycofT turned on him and threatened to
use him aa ho had used Roberts , but
ihangod his mind , and walked off.
Roberts was picked up and got
into A wagon and taken to
; ho police atation , where Dr. Allison was
called in. In the meantime WycofT had
started off , remarking that "if they catch
mo they're good ones. " Ho started on
, ho road toward the institute for the deaf
and dumb. City Marshal Uuauolla tola-
ihonod for his horse and buggy and com-
noncod sanding officers with horses after
ho follow. Guanolla and his brother ,
Jonstablo Wesley , Officers Hurley ana
) 'Brion , Ed Bates nhd others were soon
after him. Guanella had alno deputized
young Kildaro , and the latter found Wy-
: off on the road , but WycofT had armed
limself with a revolver , and proposed to
use it on Kildaro , who not being able to
'oturn the compliment , declined to tackle
lim. Officer Hurley and Com table
Vosloy coming up in a buggy ,
ound WycolT walking along next to
lie fence , near the paper mill. WycofT
md a revolver , but Durloy at once cover-
d tbo follow with his gun , and gave him
no warning not to try to shoot. The
: apturo was thus made , and WycofT
> rought to the city jail and locked up.
The injuries received by Roberts ap-
> oar very severe , but it la difficult to do-
ormlno whether they will bo fatal or not.
Us face waa battered into a jelly , and
> oth oyea were closed so that ho could
not BOO out of thorn. Ho was unconscious ,
.nd largo quantities of blood came from
lis mouth. IIo revived somewhat and
? aa removed from police headquarters to
> io boarding placo.
WycofT In jail was very boisterous Ho
nsistod that Honoris in coming out of
omo saloon had knocked him down
.wico , which was no excuse for thumping
loborts. WycofT has the reputation of
> olng a brute when in whisky , and much
ndignation was expressed against him
rcstorday among the bystanders. Ho
las had severs ! difficulties before , and
; ot out of them rather easily , but this
imo it aaoms that his murderous assault
will not bo lightly ovorlookod.
Mrs , H , J , Hilton , M.n . , .
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON ,
223 Middle Bro a/w y. Council Blafla.
lbo Kfonllv DIG dll ]
ME. MARTIN CAHN.
AT DOHANY'S ' NEW OPERA HOUSE
Tutsday K\iilnnr. October 14 , at 8 o'clock. Ko
ir\i > 4 bcaU on salu at .Uuilinoll'i ) nt 91 , 76c. and
OCTOBER i .
A. F. HCIIANOK , II. II. MAUTKNS ,
. o. o.
100 MAIN STREET ,
rOUN01I. BLUf Pfl - - . IOWA
Dr , W. H. Shorradon
Masonic .Temple ,
Council Blufla - Iowa.
ilks , Dress Goods & Novelties
IN THE XEW COLONS AKI ) LAI ST STbES , OUU
is very complete in varioty'nml excellence o goods. Wo have also ar
arranged to take aeasures and have cloaks
thereby insuring a perfectly fitting garment without extra expense to
our customers. A fine stock of j
Cloakings , Plushes , Velvets ,
Eides , Down and Jersey Cloth ,
Tambour , Turcoman ,
In Choice Ne\v Patterns a id very cheap. "
" * § * iBMaiiiM MMMima HMMM Jji * ' iBMiiMiMiii MSIH IMA *
Ourtain Goods , Window Shades , Etc. , Etc.
n fact , a complete clock of everything usually kept in a first-class D r
Goodsjstore , at the old stand of
IB BB OB BBKv Bl IB BB 1 1 > v XBv BCKrv K Bx vnvw. jei >
401 Broadway , Council Bluffs , * Iowa :
Carpafc advertisement in following issues of this pap3r.
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES
Both new and second hand , ranging in prices from § 3.60 to
§ 25 each. Take advantage and call early to obtain
the best bargains. I am making a big reduction in
Aa I need the room to display my stock of stoves.
Do close out our stock of Summer Qoobs , we are ofleeiug them remark
Present price 5 Oc , former price 75c. Next quality has been reduced
from 40c to 25c.
Reduced 25 per cent.
I EJ. J. ATJWEBDA & CO. , 317 Broadway ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS - IOWA.
Nos. 2 17 and 219 S. Main St. . COUNCILBLUFFS
MRS. S. J. NOEEIS ,
Latest Styles Millinery.
Having opened in a now atoro I invite the inspection of ladlon.
fllUS. B. .7. NOHttl * , iJJJO Itroadway , - - Council Kliiin
A. F. CLATTEIUIUCK , G. EnaA.it , 0. E. BESWIOK ,
Manager. Assistant. Secretary.
Council Bluffs Detective Association
Will do nil kinds o ( iletectho uork lor Hanks , Kiprota , Tdwrajih and Hallway romp.inloi , Merchants , !
lUtiuactorIe , l.'oriioralloiiH , 1'ubllo niul 1'ihnto Iiutituttornj and District Attornoyj. Stolen property ru-
entered Collections unilo , Mlsalnt'rlonda ' ( ound , DUotccs jirocuroil. ? MO reward oflcrcd for the an cut
and coiulctlon of uny pereon nr persons frauJulontly renri ontliu thU Association AH communications
strictly confidential , Olllcu ; Mai-oiiloTciiiulo Council Ululla Iowa. p. O , Box 1203.
WIIOLKSALK DKALEUS IN
and 344 ITroadway , OnTTNOTLULOFKH TOU-A
I T TT
. * $ . ( | .
Waves , Switches , Whatnots , Langt/y asd Pompadour
MAIN STREET , OObNOlL BLUFFS
N. .SOHURZ ,
Justice oftlie Peace.
OtTICK OVER AUK1UOAN KXfllESS.
30UNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA. .
Grai. & Provisions ,
UOOdE'S BIOUX CITY HAMS.
J. Y. FULLER ,
13 Pearl BluQi owo.
H.H. HORNE & CO. ,
WHOLESALE DEALKRS IN
Wo mttko n epcclalty , nt our EASTERN fact ry , of FINE HAVANA mid
"XARA CIGARS. All Oigora sold by us are of our own manufacture and warranted
OPERA HOUSE 01GAR HOUSE , I 552 Broadway,1 ;
H. H. HORNE&CO. , | COUNOIL BLUFFS , - * IOWA
A COMPLETE LINE OP
Boots , Shoes and Rubbers
All new find clean. LOWEST I'HICKS ntl ihown In PI VIN FiaUBHS. Solid goods. No
shoddy. All work warranted. Wo are bound to ct iwrU.ilnted | , If poorls and prlooi
will do It. No trouble to show Roodj. Mill orders solicited. Ooodl nont to all
parts C. 0. D. subject to appr\al. Call and look over our stock at
Boston Boot and Shoe tore.
417 Broadway , Council Bluffs. E. E. ADAMS & CO.
NQRENE & LANDSTROM ,
Fall Goods Ready. Suits Made to Order in Latcab Style
on Short Notice niid n licasonale Prices.
205 Mam Street , Council Binds.
BE. JUDB'S ELECTRIC BELT.
0,000 Elcctrlo Bella fold for the Month of Sq > t , by us.
References Any of the business homes In Council BIuHs. JODD & S1I1TH Proprietors.
Salesrooms 310. Broadway. Manufactory 30 , Fourth St. COUNOIL BLUFFS-
KIEL'S SALE STABLES
Keep Horses and Mules constantly on hand which
wo will sell In retail or wholesale lots.
All Stock Warranted as Represented.
Wholctalo and retail dealers In Grain and Baled liar. Trices re
sonablc. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
< Sc BOLE'S"
Corner Fifth Avo. & 4th St. , Council Bluffs.
SMITH & XOIiIiER , Acts. ,
LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS
7 and 9 Mala street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
A Complete Line of Fall Goods to Select From.
LARGEST ANDBEST STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF
In Iowa and Nebraska , and sold for the least money at 337 Broadway , Council
Bluffs , Iowa.
MRS , D , A , BENEDICTManufacturer , ,
urtalno , in Lace , Elib , Turcoman , Etc. ) oilcloths , Mattings , Linoleums Eta
hoicest and Best Selected STOOK in the WEST ,
Drao and bo convinced thai : wo are headquarters for all goods In our line ,
hoapoat place to buy CARPETS , Curtains and Houao Furniahlnga In the'
City. Upholstering and Bedding Supplies.
Noa. 6 , 7 and 9 MASONIC TEMPLE - - COUNCIL BLUFFS
Mail Orders Filled PromptlyCardaue
STAIR BUILDING A SPECIALTY ,
201 Upper Broadway Cor. Stutsman St. , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Orders in the city or country solicited. Prompt attention nndsatisfaction
Guaranteed. Plans and specifications furnished free.
THE MODEL STEAM LAUNDRY
la 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 first-class ordor. Special pains will bo taken with flannola.
Orders sent by mall or otherwise receive prompt attention.
ALBERT P. JOHNSON , Proprietor.
712 BROADWAY - - COUNOIL BLUFFS
Metalic Caskets and Wooden Coffins of all Kinds.
pELEGRAPH ORDERS PROMTLY ATTENDED TO. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
. 1J2 2NT. . 33 1. .
W. P , ALYSWOHTH.
'rimo HoU8esmo\edon the LITTLE OIANT trucks nJ any distance and Jjovcr any kind ! ) ! groan I
IHICK HOUSES raised. All work guaranteed.
W. P. AYL3WOKTIJ , 1010 Ninth ifreet.
PI A \
HALLETT , DAVIS AND COMPANY PIANOS
Endorsed by FitiNc I.iarr ,
Unrivalled or Tone or Finish i
Best Modern I'rioo to lluy.
The ICimball Organ , BO loner and favorably known la the we it , mcommonda Itself.
. STKWAKT , Sola Agent for above llnpa lot Goods. . WorerooinB , | 329J ; Uro dw y
'ouucil Bluff * Corruapondenie BolldteJ. Agents WaiitoJ ,