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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1884)
THE DAILY BEE COUNCIL BLUFFS SATURDAY , OCTOBER 25
THE DAILY BEE.
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430KJNOIL BLUFFS ,
Saturday Morning October 25 ,
By Canter - - - - - - - SO ienla jict week
JIO oo per yc
By UM1 - - - -
Ko. 7 Pearl Stroat. Hear Bronrtway.
MINOB MEN HOW , '
Opening to-dny at Bliss * .
See J. Usitor'a now fall stock of clotli.
The Genial Four gave a dauco atjBono'a
ball last nighi.
Display of pattern hats and bonnets
to-day nt Bliaa' .
GOO Iriramod hata nnd bonnets will bo
displayed to-day nt Blias' .
Throe foreigners were naturalized yes
terday in the oupromo court.
Gorhatn , the photographer at 31 M&in
atroot , la now ready for business.
The city council ia expected to moot in
special session at 10 o'clock thla morning.
The sewerage bonds are at last ready
for the signatures , and will bo soon on
Permit to marry has boon granted L.
O. Pedersen nnd Christina 0. Damgaard
both of this city.
Supervisor Avcry proved himself * n
valiant iiimrod yesterday , his airing of
ducks being largo.
Mayor Vaughan has boon invited to
speak in Burlington next Saturday , nnd
will probably accept.
The colored woman , Airs. Ruth Austin ,
who was ahot by her husband , hai nearly
recovered from her Injuries.
Services at the Congregational church
to-morrow morning and ovoning. Rev.
M. Stone , of Omaha , will preach.
Everything now indicates that the re
publican demonstration hnro next Friday
will bo the largest over soon in Council
' " "
company was n
at the Ojjdon yesterday and entertained t ;
a fair-sized nudionco &t the Opera house
last evening. pc :
The democrats nro talking of having a n
demonstration hero next Saturday , the no nb
day after the republicans , nnd try to out b
do the latter. ti
The work of paving North Main atroot E
Is progressing well , nod the paving of
Broadway oontinuos to be pushed along b <
pretty lively now. di
There wns a largo crowd nt the oyster af
auppor nnd social given by the Ladles' feat
Harmony Mitsion nt the residence of Mr. at
IFnir , Thursday ovoning. erin
Dr. McOreary , the nonly-appointod in
pastor of the Broadway Methodist
church , waa expected to arrive last night
or this morning , so ns to occupy the pul ciof
pit to-morrow. of
Martin's cxprcns wagon was given n
lively whirl down Main atroet yesterday
by a runaway team , and collided with n
buggy near the Crystal mills , smashing Si' '
both vehicles hotel
All citizens who contemplate contributing
buting toward the entertainment of the
commercial travelers' next week , should aOn
call or send word to the mayor , or bo
ready to respond when called on by his
private secretary , Mr. Smith.
All ladies who are interested in the
-success of the republican party are requested - itt
quested to moot at the rooms under the coi
board of trade rooms , in Shugart'a block , hoi
this afternoon at 2 o'clock , to make ar
rangements for the paradu on October 31.
Farmers and stockmen are especially fill
interested in the coining sale of Short
horns by L 0. Baldwin & Son , which
takes plaoo at the fnir grounds liuro
Wednesday , October 21) ) . The particu
lars nro given in a card , in another col- '
"Tho living voice ot these the world Pa.H
call dead , shall bo the guido to clearer tnti
day. " Spiritu * ! circln to morrow ( Sun tntifl
day ) afternoon and evening at 2 and 7:30 : on i
o'clock in Spiritual hall , entrance on
Main and Pearl streets , two doors south
of postoflko , J
Col. Diilv's colt indulged in a playful thu
runaway at the driving park yesterday , ]
and after spinning around the truck at a at I
lively gait wait to the stable and spun 1
around among the buckota , brushes nnd at II I
blankets , but luckily did not a penny'B I
There nro only a few thousand dollars .1
of tbo paving bunds to bo aold , if these NoC
who are , now arranging to invest in them flni C
complete their purchases. Among the OK" "
buyers are several of the citizens who ,
having a few thousand
dollars , sou no rot
bolter chance to invest. I'V
Frank Withorell hid n red-hot time
lighting up a store with gas at COOK &
Lanterwassor'd store nn Broadway yester usM
day. There was a slight explosion , at.d M
the stove being filled with excelsior the
flames poured out scorching his face quite In
badly and burning of his whiskers , to
W. J. Johnson , of St. Joseph , tlio toN
bicyclist , who is to hive n race with Win. N
Patterson la Om h to-morro , has bern vl fit
etoppinj at the Pacific house here for fo
aevoral days , ncl training at the driving
park. Uis bickers , Ellis and llonderfon ,
of Kansas City , arrived hare yesterday.
The race Is eaid to bo for $1,000 o aide.
A rospeo' bly firmed womiu , of m'd- fl
die ngo , was picked up by the police on
Main street I'fiursdty ' nitrht
, rh * bein r
enipect fri of having stolen
| nir of hot > b
She was complained of by afouitoun
year old b > y , who yni ftttemlluif her , ut
which ( ho mmmu got BOtnobeiT ,
refuted to title for if. Sin * '
Biiii'y the flg d b < en lor by
1 , y'ng h tn htr handkerchief as sicurity ,
After being sobered up nt the jail nho
was released without nny trial.
,7 , E. Brooks , the ox-policeman , Is re
covering slowly from his long nnd severe
illness , It has been a hard pull for him ,
ho having little financial rocourcos , on
which to draw to moot the additional ox-
penaoa of cuch mi illness. Ho has mat.y
friends hero , however , nnd tnoy should
rally about him in his time of trouble ,
and give him nomosubstantial expression
of their cfitoom ,
Catharine Hopkins got out a noarch
warrant yesterday foraomo wood which
eho claimed waa alolbii from her by John
Bartloy , n neighbor. It is claimed that
icr eon-in-law sold the wood and Bart-
oyand Mrs. Hopkins having some troub-
o sent her aon-in-law , to object to the
nlc. The maltor Is to bo sifted in Jua-
ice Vnughnn'a court to-dny.
Morgan O'Brien is still nt hia homo
and under medical treatment , nnd hia
condition is such that ho requires con
stant watching. Ho thinks that aomo
vigilance committee is after him , nnd ho
is liable to escape again or commit some
violence. Unless there is a change in
his condition within n few days it will
bo ncceasnry to take him to the asylum.
The caao of Boonior , charged with.
being a pickpocket , la to como up for a |
hearing in Ynughan'a court this after
noon. Boomer was n witness in the
other case of pickpockoting , and aoemod
no very anxious to got the follow clear , i st
that suspicion was aroused that ho was
9110 of the gang who tried to work the
: rowd during the democratic ndminis-
A Borious accident occurred to Mr. !
John Hawthorne yesterday. Ho was at
3obbington'a lumber yard with n tenm or
ind wagon , nnd In atnrting out of the bv
rard , turned a little too nhort and was
brown out , falling on the ground with
nuch force , and ono wheel passing over
lim. Ho was at once taken to his rosi- ar
lonco , and an examination showed his an
iollnr bone to bo broken , and ono shonl-
lor dislocated. ,
The attention called to the court house |
an article in yesterday's BEE caused n
lumber of citizens to personally Inspect at
lie building ycatorday , They were sur-
risod io find how greatly the crumbling , MJ
racking and settling had changed for the Till
'orso ainco public attention was called FLI :
ut before. It ( yc
may not take a tumble , los
ut the people ought to take n tumble to trn
icmsolvos and put up a now building , ros pni
very citizen shoald look nt it. gui
Prof. Herman Schroder , ono of the tra
sat known musicians in Council Bluffs ,
od yesterday morning about 2 o'clock ,
ter nn illness of about n week , malarial
vcr being the cause. Qo maided hero
lout thirteen years , and has no family
rolntivos hero. Ho has n aistor living
Germany , his native placo. Ho waa
; cd about -12 years , nnd had many no-
latntanccB in Omaha an well as in this
ty. The funeral will bo hold Sunday
tornoon at 3 o'clock from Morgan's
idoriaking rooms. The Omaha friends
o especially invited to attend.
Miss Noally Slovene ia arranging tote
to a pinno concert nt Boyd's opera
use in Omaha , Thuraday evening , Oo-
aor 30. She will bo assisted by Miss
zzio Caldorwood , Mr Martin Cahn nnd
male quartoto. The music-lovers of
naha will hnvo n treat indeed. Miss
3vona has alroads won the highest
liso aa a pianiatc1 , and it in conceded
it she nlrondy excels Easlpnff , nnd the
idlction ia nmdo by musical cri ics that
ivill not bo long before the public will
icodo her still greater plaudits , and
: name trill become linked with facie. L ,
Drdori by telephone for flour , food , Wl
od , caul nnd hay will be promptly Catll '
od by Cook & Cooper , 700 Broadway.
fem Baldwin started for Chicago lout eta- lillMI 1'C.lll .
'P' our c
) , 1' ' . Cowhlck , of Cheyenne , dined at the ho no
friT .1. J. Itrown hai returned from nu ox- in. I
( led \ltit cant.
. T. Wn kor , of the Herald , left yontorilny J.
ix trip tu Ohio.
fr anil Mrs. Goorflo Mctcnlf slatted Intt
lit for Chicago ,
. O. Alclutlro , of Lincoln , Neb. , was at
CVdtn yoitorday ,
t , M , 0 jlbruith , of Moninouth , 111. , arrived
.ho Oftdon } o toiduy ,
\l \ , B. Web.ter , of I'ortmmmth , O. , anivaj
Lho 1'acifio > f Uril y.
Icrmiu Kunt'll , of Sioux City , waa among Una Da
itorJay'd arilvuls at the Omlen.
r. H. Sexton nnd W. T. IJarry , of Conovn ,
b , w ro at the Pacific yonteiday.
) itv Tri'injiirer Cluu'on , who lias boon con. JA
a I to liii home by illiiens , ! H nblo to bo out
r , 0. Hoignu , the paving contractor , hns
iiriiml from Ivailluun , where ho wan c.illul
the illnciH tf hi * wife ,
Mr. niul Mm J. li. Lanis , havobRon Milt- Oil
; thdiroUl friciiJn heio for A fewilnyu and II ill-
IH ct to rcluin to murrow to their homo in oun
J ( J. liennott list tecnUcd a letter from hU Li
ifBiii Kaimai tatiiif ( thut her mother , who
LI been dateioubly | ; 111 , U now lu u fair way
William WjcolT , a wealthy old tanner fiom
owJcuvy , and hl worthy \ > Ha lm\o boon
Itlng their nephew C fi. lliiaxland nnd hli
milj , 111 thii city. They loft lait evening
r Chicago , unil thcnco homeward Mr
r c-il a ) that Jersey will o republican
ila full sure.
Itiml KM i in o
The following I'cal estate transfers were
led at the county clerk' * ollicu October 23
1 , and reported for TUB BKB by Anios
ial CB tut o Bgonoy :
Nathan fit Piui'y nriil wlfo to Tot or
YiU , n\ ml una ne } m | 21 , 77 , ' 13 ,
Susannah McLunn nnd husband to JAB.
I M TJ HII , . 4 n I 25 , 70,41 , und nwl
p | Jr. , 7 41 $10 UO
ri S , I' " ' Jitmil * ifo to S. uiuol Best ,
i nttf 83i 70 , 40 , § , CUO.
It did not look much as if money was
scrco by the number of people who
were purchasing goods of U. K Seaman ,
as ono of TUB BKR force called on him
yesterday morning. They were probably
attracted there by the extreme low priora
at which ho is offering goods to close out
Every carriage in the city Is being en
gaged for the commercial men , who are
to gather hero next week , and citizens
having carriages a'o also tendering the
same to the use of the visitors , Monday ;
Tuesday and Wednesday.
To close the buninois I offer my stock of
miscellaneous books , picture , fany goods ,
notions , fire screens , easels , willow and
cane high chairs and children's ' rockers ,
it prices novcr known before in the west ,
II. E. Seaman , paper , buokn and station-
dry , f > 01 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Window shades at cost to close them
3Ut. P. C. Miller , 13 Pearl street.
COUNCIL BLUFFS JIAHKKT.
Whoat-No. 1 milling CO@G3 ; No. 2 , CS ;
S'o 8,10 : rejected B5 ( 10.
Corn Now , 20@28.
Oats Kor lotnl piir-wos , 8. " .
liny S > 5 00s7 ( 00 per ton ; baled , GO@GO.
Corn MonI 1.10 per 100 pounds ,
Wood Good supply ; prices nt yarda , C 00 ®
Coal Delivered , hard , 9 50 per Ion ; oft
ro per ton
T.nrd Fnlrbank'n , wholixwllng at OJc.
Flour City Hour , 1 r. iaU ( 90.
Ikooms 2 95@8 00 per do/ .
Cnttlo Butcher cowa S 25@3 75. Butcher
oora , 87oTHin.
Sheep 2BOJCO. :
Hogs 100 ® 125.
rnonaaK AND rnciTS.
Poultry I'lto old lions , 7c ; spring chickens ,
Uuttor Creamery , 25c ; choice country
c.Kpfffs 17 POT dozon.
VeffotabloH Potatoes , 30@40o per burhel ;
lions , 40@50c per bu ; applon , chcico cooking
eating , 2 25 ; boanx , 1 C0@2 00 per
uahol ; Sweet uotatoea , 2JcJer Ib ,
Oo ( n Itllss'Td-duy.
Everybody should go to Bliss * to-day
id BOO the largo display of trimmed hats
Gold and silver crown bonnets will bo
Id for 25 cents to-day at Bliss' .
Wrought iron ranges at reduced prices
DoVol , fc Wright's. 504 Broadway.
YOUNQ MAN , UBAO THIS. , ,
DIIB VOLTAIC BKLT COMPANT , of Marshall' ' "
chlpan. offer to send their colobrntcd ELKO
10 VOLTAIO BELT and other ELEOTIHO AP-
ANCKH on trial for thirty daya , to mon C
ning or old ) ulllictcd with nervous debili y ,
9 of vitality and mnnhood , and all kindred
ublca. Also for rheumatism , neuralgia , '
nlyeis , and many other diseases. CompTuto T
torntton to health , vigor and manhood 01
tranteed. No risk incurred , ai thirty days'
11 In allowed. Write thorn at once for illua-
ted p.imphlot , froo.
ouncil Bluffs , Iowa ,
WEDNESDAY , OCT. 2 TH ,
C. BALDWIN1 & SON Fri .
II sell Klchty IlciJ \\ollIlr > J Short Hora
'c , consln mg ol
iills,0ows < Sc Heifers
Ol tlio [ ellen Ing families *
nick How ) f Mi iron , I uly Nuttliams , Cnilk-1 w
k , laiitluui , l.ttl Kllzilitths , I'allnas , AraholUi , '
; ru ftlido IILIB > | | thu olterlnijM Incl ilud Ir
-xtaloKiiu i HJO tnio to | H.'ill 'r o. nul will IHJ ra
il or ollpblo to rnuri All unlmalj ollLrocIvlll
Ik without rtsmu
"leniin.v li , or apjiroiol nntos runnl'i ; HX
h l hlnUre-ta -crcc'it I Silo at 12.JU p.
Cutiiluirueii bunt on api > lUatlot
I , O. IIAMJWIN&HON.
HD 1'i.Arl btrcit , Council Blufle ,
no . orncu , u. H. romr.
? FICEB & PU&EY
loanoll Dludi U.
ablisfiaa - - 1858
iUom In tVjalgn uid omoatlo Euhinito *
} 0 SIUB. C. P. OADWKLL
8IMO.il OADWELL ,
COUNCIL llt.UKKO , IOWA ,
lea , Mim Htriwt , lUiam * 1 uiil 3 tibuairt & Mo
m' lllock , \ niirwtlcolit \ | SUtt and Kwlorn ) I
Mnln Struct Council Bluff * ,
, W. H. Shorradon
Masonic Temple ,
luncll Blulla Iowa ,
3 ? .
"Tl if * T"1 "I "I
103 MAIN STEEET ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa
IMPORTER * VDgDEALER.IN
. - .
Musical Instruments of Every Description
1 claim to havn the be't selected stock and Ja-gpst variety of any
ic about here I can duplicate New York and Chicago prices every
me ; and that Isell low those wao are and have been my customers will
ear me out.
My line o Plush " "Goods is especially fine , such as Albums , Odor
nses , Toilet Sets , Ladies' Arm Bags , Purses , etc.
I have the largest stock and best variety in Cups and Saucers , Vases ,
'oilet Sets , Tin Toys , Dolls , DollC-vrriages , Wagons , Sleds. Carts and so
ti without an end.
As my traveling agent may not get around to see you in time , ! will allow
i 5 per cent on any bill for traveling expenses if yon will call at my
re and make your selections. My samples will be ready lay October
, 1884. I guarantee low prices.
Assortments of Toysfrom § 100 to § 5.00 put upready ship.
Special Bargains In Wall
.n order to niako room for an immeneo stock of Spring Goods , I have decided to
'er nil goods now in stock , at prices never before quoted in this city.
GEO. II. BEARD , No. 32 Main Street , next to P. O.
W. P , ALYSWOHTH.
.mo IlnuwH m-vcd on the UTTLK CHANT tTiicka tnJ any [ Hstanoo and'.over ' an/ Kina 01
iCK HOUSES ra.std. All work guarautox ] .
W. 3 AY1SWOHTII , 1010 Ninth street.
DB. 2 ! 7 and 210 S. Main St. . COUNCILBLTJFF ?
-AID TIIKLA'IEST K > 7L 3 IN
I > \UKbra : BALL I S JI&T
12 RROAnWAY. - 0 1TNCIT , BLUFFS
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES
Both new and ppcoud hand , ranging in pjrices from § 3.60 to
$25 oncli. Take advantage and call early to O'jlaiii
the best bargains. I am making a bi ? reduclion in
Aa I uoud the room ta dLjplay my stock i-t stoves.
A , j.
Sifi Council Bluffs , IOWA.
flALLETT , DAVIS AND COMPANY PIANOS
KiuloriKxl by KRANX I.wrr.
UnrhalloJ or Tone or tlnlibi
Boat Modern 1'riootoBur.
Tha Kimball Organ , BO long anil favorably known In the west , r cemmondi I
HTKWAKT , Bole Agout for above lines of GooUa. Warorooma , | 329
nncil Hlulfa OiirnMponilnnot Holloitail. AxflnU Wnn tn I ,
A COMPLETE LINE OF
Boots , Shoes and Rubbers
All now nrnl elfin I.OWKST 1'HICES arU thowu In I'LAIV FIlUitES. SolH vocnU , No
khoilily AH lW worm t > l. 1V ira lx iul tikft ikH | < ulnt J , il io > l DI ! prloci
wUlJolt. Nu fnii < lo 11 ehow K' ' > ] ' M ill uoUr * * ) Inl'o I , ( locklt om 11
) > U > iO , O , D subject tuaiijrj > ttl O-ilUil : UJK oiur our * tock t
Boston Root and bhoe tore.
117 Broadway , Council UluffV. E. B , ADAMS & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
"t5& < i3' '
Wo rnnko n upcclnlty , nt our EASTERN fnctoiy , of FINE HAVANA nd
YARA 01QARS. All Oigara Bold by uo are of onr own manufacture- warranted
OPERA HOUSE 01GAR HOUSE , I 552 Broadway/
U. H. HORNE&OO. , | COUNCIL BLUFFS , . ' IOWA
HOEENJB & ; LANDSTEOM ,
Fall Goods Ready. Suits Made to Order in Latest Styl
on Short Notice and a lcisonulo ? : Prices.
25 Mn.n . Street. . . . . . .
Cmlnci , Btaffl
BE. JUDD'S ELECTBIG BSLT.
6,000 ElcctrlolJcIta fold for tholTonth of Sept , by us.
llcfcronocs Any of the bualncM houses In Council Bluffs. J0DD & SMITH Proprietors.
SalcBronnifl 319 , Broadway. Manufactory 30. Fourth St. COUNCIL BLUFFS-
KIEL'S SALE STABLES
Keep Horses and Mules constantly on hand which
wo will cell in retail or wholesale Jots.
All Stock Warranted as Represented.
Whole > aloar.d rot-ill dealers In Grain nd Ualol Hiv. Frlo s re *
Bonablc. * attraction Outraiit'cd.
SOKCnLTJTIEIR & EOOLE-
Corner Fifth Avo. & 4th St. , Council Blufla.
SMITH & TOLLEK ,
LEADING MERCHANT TAILOBS
7 and 9 Mala etroot ,
COUNCIL Bturrs , lowx.
A Complete Line of Pall Goods to Select From.
LARGEST AND'BEST STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF
In Iowa and Nebraska , and sold for the least money at 337 Broadway , Council
Bluffs , Iowa.
MRS , D , A , BENEDICT , Mannfactnrer ,
nrtalnB , In Lace , Bl'k , Turcoman. Etc. OU'clotlia , Mattlnga , Linoleums Ets
hoicest and Best Selected STQOK in the WEST ,
3mo and bo convinced that wo are headquarters for all goods In onr lino.
heapest j/laeo to buy CARPETS , Cnrtainn and House Furnkiliinga In thc-
C'ty. ' Upholstering nnd Bedding Supplier.
Noa. 5 , 7 and 9 MASONIC TEMPLE - . COUNCIL BLUFFS
Mail Orders Filled PromptlyCardaue
Metalic Caskets and Wooden Coffins of all Kinds.
EuEGRAPH ORDERS PROMTLY ATTENDED TO. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
. X2 3XT. 3VE , l23u S t. . C3o-u.xa.oil
WHOLESAiK DKAL.KRS IH
344 Prondway. TOW A
WTaves , Switches , Whatnots , Langt. y a-d Pompadour-
ALL KINDS OF
rIAIN STREET , LNOIL BLUF7S
MRS L. A. WARBURTON ,
Cutting and Fitting a Specialty.
238 BROADWAY ' COUNCIL BtUlTJ.
MRS , S. J. NOEEIS ,
Having opened in n now utoro I invite the inupeotion of lodiea.
S. J , NOIUIH , Uiifl Kroniltvay , . . . Onunuil UluITi
F. CLATTKHlirCK , Q. Eno.vu , 0. E. BESWICK ,
Council Bluffs Detective Association
Will do ill kin or detfdhu uit < lor lUnkr , Kipro-it , 'Ic'f/r.ph ' n ' Itallwar to pinloi. Merchants
U i ulact'rlip , Cdriora l ni. 1'u'liOBiid 1'iU to Institutions < ncl DUtilct Vtturna > 4 Stoliii r o orty ru. '
coxjncl Collectlum m de , IIUBDK ! Irlends ( ound. DirjrooipDcural 1110 rowaid oHeroa | jr the aricsl
n'l convctlon 11 ny iicrson or pcrMon4 Imulaleiitl } rsproiunlln ; thUMncUUon All ccuumunlcallnn.
strictly ocLHdentlsl emi JiMa.oLloTemile Coimoil Blullj ! . . 1' O. lloi 1J9J.
STAIR BUILDING A SPECIALTY ;
201 Upper Uroadway Cor. Stur miii St. , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
) rileri 111 tlio city or country eoMcUed. I'rotni't.-.iterjtiOrt . al
Guurautoed , Plnus und specific ition furiiialicd free.
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