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THE DAILY BJLJbJ-COUNCIL BLUFFS MONDAY , NOVEMBER 3
THE DAILY' BEE
Monday Morning November 3
. . n..rl - - - - - - - 0 oontg pet wee
By Mill * 110.00 per > oa
KO , 7 Pearl E'.roo ; , Hear Broadway.
MINOR MENTION ,
The council ia to meet to-night.
The police tnndo 122 nrroats in October
See J. Iloitor'a now fall stock of cloth
Only three drunks spent Sunday in the
The republican rally at the Masonic
Permit to wed has bcon Riven Jnmoa
Quillon and Clara Wailo , both of BUn
A serenading party of young ladioa nnd
gents wore making the rounds Saturday
The three electric lights hung across
Broadway last night wore used by per
mission of three 1'usuy men.
J. M. Adams has returned from an
eastern trip , having boon purchasing inoro
goods for the Boston shoo store.
Mr. Roagaii has concluded to go on
with the paving ot the dummy depot and
will put a largo force on Monday.
A now lurn-tablo wiw put in yesterday
nt the Ogdcn hoiiso by the street car
company. It was made in Denver.
A twelve pound daughter arrived at
the homo of J. P. Filbert Friday night.
Mother and daughter are doing well.
A man giving his name as Fitzjorald
was arrested yesterday for sneaking a
pair of panU from Marcus' second hand
The democracy holds forth at the opera
liouse this evening with Congressman
Pusoy and John N. Baldwin as speakers.
There was a row at the Colorado House
last evening in which beer glasses were
thrown lively. Only one man was arrest *
Charles Riley was thrown from a horse
the night of the parade , striking heavily
on the stone pavement , but luckily es
caping serious injury.
Some one burglarized a bee tree belonging -
longing to W. B. .Gappy , of Avoca. Ho
had C. Swift arrested for the larceny of
the honey , but a jury acquitted.
Some of the friends of young Walker ,
the tclophono manager charged with em
bezzlement , are trying to club together in
furnishing the required biil to secure his
Mr. Rico has so far recovered from his
illness that ho was able yesterday to hold
Borvlcoi at the jail for the benefit of the
prisoners it being the first time in nine
Some fellows who probably thought
they wore funny , but who were really
downright dirty moan , atolo ttio"gas jot
letters in front of Blxby'a atoro on IIol
low 'eon night.
The republican clubs have passed rooo
lutiona flaking the basilicas moil to close
their stores and ofliccs to-morrow , and all
tnrn out to aid in a fair election and
The democrats are trying to rob
County Clerk Street of his good nnmo.
Some thieves broke into his liouao Satur
day night. The only nrticlo missed waa
Airs. Streot'a cloak.
Mr. Robert Beocroft and Miss Nancy
Conn , \Yintoraut , Iowa , were united
in marriage Saturday evening at the resi
dence of the groom , 728 Mynstor street ,
iho Rev. T. S. Bovoll oilidatiiig.
William Richardson , who has bcon
employed in the city's surveying party o :
late , died yesterday at the residence o :
John Nicholson. Lfo had boon 111 but a
few days , pneumonia being the cause o
Woathorboo & Bennett Imvo purchase !
for their city livery atablo on Main
otroot the finest five light landonti over
brought to this city. It ia , indeed , a
beauty , and was manufactured by James
Cunningham & Son of Kicheator , N. Y.
There waa a very happy surprise party
upon Miss Emma Palmer at her resi
dence on Bluff street Saturday evening.
About twenty-five couples were present ,
with Glon'a orchestra , and dancing and
feasting , and a general good lime ensued.
Col , Root , the United States marshal
of this district , who , while in the city ,
eaid that ia the saloona do not cloao in
Council Blufla on election day ho will BOO
to it that they are closed up fur n good
many days after that , and closed tight ,
The mayor says the aalnons must and
shall close tight to-morrow , and aooms
determined to have the election conduct
ed properly in all respects. If ho suo-
ccodfl it will put to ahamo those who have
talked eo much about Council Blull'a
being a riotous city.
Burglars on Filday night guined an
entrance to the residence of Mr. French ,
of Cas&dy , Orcutt & French. They
secured no plunder having been appar-
paronlly alarmed. Burnt matches wore
found on the stairway and the door had
been forced open with a chisel.
TUB BEE man mot jcatorday a quint
commercial tourist who has traveled
lately 1,700 iii'lei ' in this district and
mingled with many men of both parties ,
not as a politician but as a business man ,
arid bo declares that thii fight between :
Pusey and Lyman is a oloce one , and thai
neither ono will get 200 majority eve :
The mayor's orders for olojUou day np
pear o'.sowLore. Ho earns ilnjotod t <
poe thai or. or i pretoivit.aal all partie
treated fairly. There was n rumor las !
night that a largo number of depui
shorifls nnd United States msrshals wil
bo appointed , The mayor says that i
ouch a casn ho will change hia orders ai
regards the number of police.
Crock well's awning caught fire th
night ot the demonstration , and ono man
started t turn in an alarm , which wouli
have caused n sad disturbance of th
parade , but Marshal Ouanolla , though i
democrat , ran after him nnd stopped him
The burning nwning was supprcsco
quickly , without the department turn
ing out. Tally ono for Ouanolla.
The Olobo had to spend most of it
space Saturday in hewing about the re
publican demonstration boinc n failure ,
Why can't there bo a little decency nnd
fairness oven In politics ? A paper whicl ;
makes such statements which the poopl
in the city know to bo falao , just makes n
laughing aleck of itself , and ns it has n
readers outside of tlio city , it misleads none
ono , and docs not help its own cause.
Sunday wns largely devoted to politics
hero. At the hotels nnd on the otroe
corners were lit ! to groups of excited talk
ers. At thu corner of Main and Broad
wny there were nbout fifty who blocked
up the sidewalk nnd opont an hour or
two in chin music nnd making n few bota.
The money put np was even , no odds
being given on either sidn. Most of the
beta were on Now York atnto nnd Iho
The police have arrested n man nnmod
" 'rod Brown for atcaling the horse of the
emigrant , Jackson , last week. The
lorao wns nick nnd while Jackson was
vor to a drug atoro for remedies , Brown
rns walking the horse around , nnd nt-
empted to ride ttio animal off , but on
ho road the horse dropped dead. Brown
amo back to the hotel Saturday to got
lis valise nnd overcoat , when ho was
All fair-miudod , honest citizens , of
whatever party , nnd there arc plenty in
> oth , nro nnzious for a square , honest
oto. The republicans have canvassed
bo city , and have prepared lists so that
icy may know who have the right to
otc. They propose to look out sharper
or ropoatora and illegal voters , and if
uy such appear they purpoao to have
lorn arrested and purpose to prosecute
jom. In doing so they should bo sure
ioy nro right , nnd then every honest
man will bo glad to have them go ahead.
? o ono who has a vote need bo intimi-
atod , however , or afraid of trouble , for
lioro nro enough true citizens in both
tarties to see to It that every voter has a
hanco , and that every crooked move on
ither aide Is checked. '
Whereas , on the 4th day of November ,
884 , occurs the important election of a
irosidont , vice president , congressman ,
tate , county and township oflicers , and
as good order should bo dojlrod by nil
patriotic , law-abiding , honorable citizens
; hat a full and honest vote can bo in
diligently polled , and recognizing the
'act that the name and reputation cf our
city ia of moro importance than the olec-
inn or defeat of any special candi-
Intos , and fully realizing the re-
ponsibility resting on mo to see
.hat the pooplo'n rights are fully protect
ed , Thorofuro 1 have ordered the chief
of police to select five competent special
lolicomon , regardless of their political
doae , for each voting place , or a total of
Avonty specials , and I have also ordered
lim to secure five light express wagons
vitli reliable drivers , to bo used nlono
or police duties , to-wit : Taking prison
ers to jail and convoying police to places
vhoro they nro needed. Ono of the
regular policemen will bo placed in charge
of each aot of specials. In fact tbo do-
inrtmont will bo fully competent to pro-
icrvo the best of order. It Is my fur-
hur order that every saloon , or place
whpro boor , wine , whisky , etc , , is
claimed to bo free for sale , that nil of
luch places must cloau their front and
back doors , and must not soil anything
that is intoxicating from 5 n. tn. to 8
p. m" , on November I , 1881 , nnd any po
liceman who fails to BOO this order obeyed ,
or neglects to arrest any person drinking
liquor in the street , or in nny manner refuses -
fuses to sco that the ordinances of our
city nro fully complied with , such police
ollicor will bo immediately discharged
from the forco.
W. R. VAUOIIAN ,
November 1,1884. dlit
The following nro the real estate trans
era filed for November 1 and reported to
[ "UK BKB by P. J. MaMahon.
John Lindor to 12. P. Oaldwoll , no }
nwj yi , 7 , 43. 8100.
J. 0. Orason nnd wf to C. I' . Brinton ,
wi lot 4 , block 1 ! ! , Grimes' addition ,
Joseph Grnson to C. P. Brinton , eJ
ot 4 , block 1J ! , Grimes' addition. § 150"
KllhuB. Baxter nnd wf to T. W l
rlduo , wA nwj , and nwj awj 22 , 74 , ! )8 )
J. W. Bower and wf to Henry Bower ,
wl swl. nnd i.\ " swj , and w.acj 14 , 74
18. § 5,000.
S 11. Hopkins and wf to L. E. S
Mitchell , lot ! ) , block 4 , Macedonia
W. Tullons ( trustee ) to Nelson
lots 1) ) mid 10 , block 20 , AVOCA
To close the business I oiler my stock o :
miscellaneous books , picture , fansy goods
notlonH , llro screens , ciuels , willow niu
cano high chairs and children's rockers
ut priccx never known before in the west
II ! } Siumati , paper , books and stationery
ory , 501 Uroadwuy , Council Blull'a.
Slocl. Sli ] > inniith ,
\V.W Smith 8 cam. 1511 head cattle , fo
Unltah , Utah.la U 1' .
Duiinoriton & Co , SJ cirn hog , 121 head fo
Ram ( ii'iipy , Chicago , vU It. I ,
O , L import 'i CM * | II > KN , 123 head , fur .T , 8
Mal'urlnii'J ' , Chicago , vU H. I ,
llcnlft'l'm ' ' k Co f ) car * cattle , IGSheaJ , Ham
furSt .loo vln 1C 0.
W J : . Biiiith , 'I cam Imgii. 131 heail , fo
Martin I'ros. ' , Chicago , > i K I ,
J ) , llaudln , 13 ! can cuttle. 300 heuj. fi
I ) . lUnUtnTttrklmia 11,1.
1) , Knnlun. 7 ( vim cittli ) , 1U8 hc < I fi
AiUiim , Klilriilge & Co. , Chicago , via K. 1
( Jrcen k H. , 5 cam cattle , Iu3 heiwJ , fu
Orenn ft Hurk via P. & U ,
H. II. tUodilaril , 4 cam tliveit , Mil hi ad , .
Hlmunun liroj. , Clilcu0i ( u * H. I
J. 1) . Hunter , 7 car a oittlii , KI'J Iiuid , fur
J , .f. Hunter , Uli'caeoia ' \Vuli.
G.I ) Ituiiibfi'rd 1 cur liorn-u , 13 head , fur
asme , Cijivigo , > ia Mil.
"FOLLOWING EXAMPLE. "
Hot , Jolm Todd'fl .Sermon at ( lie Con
The Dorvicca at the Congrcgatlona
church yesterday morning were cspccl
ally interesting. Rev. Jolm Todd , o
Tabor , n veteran preacher nnd pastor
officiated and delivered nn excellent ser
mon , very npproprlnto to coicmuniot
day. His theme was , "Christ ns nn Ex
nmplo. " In his opening ho dwelt upon
the power of imitation. The boy wns
nlwaya trying to do what his father did
Ho was nlwuys trying to put on boots
would spend hours upon hours
learning to whistle , wnntod to ride
horse , just ns his father did , nnc
the little girl directed her baby talk to
her doll , prepared its dresses , got her lit.
tlo broom to swcop , would try to BOW
even with n pin , and was continually
copying and imitating the maternal nets
of her mother , The contrasts nnd strong
est imprcsMona on the mind were made
through the senses. The music , the
bright colors , hunger , pain such mndo
improfsiona through th senses , nnd It
was only when the mind wns moro nd-
vnncod that abstract ideas were gained ,
The kindcrgnrtun system has boon found
ed upon the recognition of the power of
object teaching. God in hia dealings
with mon , had rocogni/.cd the great need
of object lessons , symbols , etc , , in con
voying nnd improaatng truths. It was in
accordance with this principle that , "God
was mndo manifest in the lloah , " nnd
Christ wns given as an example tor man
The speaker then dwelt upon various
points in Christ's character which hia fol
lowers should pattern after. Ho then
ipoko of the anramont of the Lord's
Supper , and the use of the broad and
.vino as simple symbols.
Previous to the administration of the
lacrnmont three now members were ro-
: oivod into the church.
The muaic for the aorvico wan furnished
} y a male quartet consisting of Messrs.
Fudd , Fitch , Eoldon nnd Stacy , with
Miss Fitch ns organist.
Window shades at cost to cloao them
> ut. P. 0. Miller 13 Pearl stroot.
A brakeman on the Q , , while climbing
m his train after leaving Oharitan , was
tuockcd oil' by a post. Ho is not ox-
icctod to survive hia injuries.
Order hard wood of P. Overton.
It is claimed that atroot-paving con-
racts have been awarded in Ioa ) Moinea
n a very loose nnd extravagant manner.
) no firm alone is said to have cleared
? 30COO on a single contract.
I'latto Overtoil Ia soiling screened
yontorvillo coal for § 4.50 per ton and
hroiva in a bundle of kindling.
COUNCIL BLUFFS MARKET.
Wheat No , 1 tnllllnp , G0@li3 ; No. 2 , 58 ;
S'o. a , 60 ; rejected 35o.lO. (
Corn Now , 2j@23.
Data For local purposes , 35.
Hay § 6 00@7 00 per ton ; baled , DO@GO.
Corn Monl 1 30 per 100 pounds.
Wood Good supply ; prlcoa nt yards , G 00 ®
Conl Delivered , hard , 9 50 per ton ; eoit
1 60 per ton
Laid Falrbank'e , wholesaling at OJc.
Flour City flour , 1 oO@2 S3.
Brooms 2 93@3 00 per doz.
LIVE BTOO ? .
Cattle IJutchor cows 3 25@3 73 , Butcher
itoors , 3 7C4 00.
Sheoi > 2 uO@3 CO.
Hogs 400 ® J2i.
PBOIIUOB AND rnniTS.
Poultry Live old hens , Cc ; spring chickens ,
! 10@30pordoz. : !
Butter Creamery , 28@30c ; choice country
I' ggs 22 per dozen.
Vegetables 1'otntoea , 30@40e per bushel ;
mtona , ' 10@00c per bu ; npplos , chcico cooking
ir eating , 2 25 ; bsann. 1 50@2 00 per
jushol ; Hweot notntons , 24o Tier Ib ,
Mrs , HJ , Hilton , HJ , .
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON ,
323 Middle Broadwuy , Council BlnQa.
23 Mivln Street - . Council IJlufTa.
Dr , W. H. Shorraden
Masonic Temple ,
Council Hindu - Iowa ,
HDR. : o. o.
100 MAIN STREET ,
"OUN01T. IlMim - - . IOWA
M Upper llnuilwiy , uiain to the I'ront.
Htiiilr.ri'llctt mill ( Oinnmiil Kxninlnv , uuil e fo.
juur-ihcM hutjoiic.ui Imy fort'i.'h at my place
I i | oto joii n < follow * :
13 llHk-iaiiiilaUiUu arlnt . $1 o
IftllK Whl'u mOmuutf r . 1(0
Ulurn l ltk'a liltulln > nliui wwifiir . 1 0
JJ liars fultK.t O'iul | ti Klrk'n IUii Un tulor. . 1 fc
JJ lniHlilrk'8 MUU llhlU Bl | l | U ( . 1 | >
Uupoiit'i * lieut powiltr jHf ) Hi . . . . *
ISIidxoi ol iratcliM ( or . a
xtrup L'aliotiil ( lioii.vilil'H | , pcr 'l . rn
Kriipi ) ftraiiti'il ttrlctly puru Vrrauut mtple
pt-rttal . 100
Forchaui ioral ( . . f,0
A ho. 1 KnjlUli ninantiUlli' ( or . 1 00
lewis' I.je , fciiulno IU ro\o < t'r ' . 1 ( X
Cuiiiel fil cU > oirlcs prrtoitctl. fi rani lor . . l ix
aiii'd a Ih } liowpvictiuililto sinijiD lor. 1 (0
CunncilU Hi Utqualliy Tuimtori 10 ( or . . . . 1 no
A No. l liltoll h , inrKlt. . 70
Tub torn , Lnr lanl Cll'iux , per pniiml . 00
T T. T. I 01 M neil you uovirillni ; tocmal ti.ljuii
KlourVo mil tin culcliriltJ 1'atent Kuiicy tier
\\'akei\it\tt\\MtKV \ \ \ itl\r \ Vupt In a I'ltut CIH |
Irorvy , mil nitrrant i ut > tlilni ; WB tell Oouili ilu
IKcriil Inu In 'j fart uf Ihu city. I alia liaiullu
( lUni'.an Mlt onu , Dry fci ls ml Notion * , lloi
n I Hhuoi.au i auonl HKirlin.nt ol 'I'iimfro Itu
ugnliai ; I wl'l not " 'lily ' l > u not unilituM < m nny
vecuU. tmt vvl I ci | 20 [ lore Jilt lieh ant Coiiiruiltl'i
liillneltt Wo ro now ru I'M i : anlinolo ) nl I ) 11
In lilriwncaiiKl | > athcKr ivtut lurnalniinorririito
In tlm fit ) Mi u\n'im | > 4 arucrv Hiiht , with no
KtiiU o'a ' > I uiuouatlul anil lllfu'l chuip l r
U\HII. Cull hcu jcu wu'.t tliu l.e t otlliri ln < In
111) I1RV ,
J. P FILBERT ,
2oOl'lHirllr adwaj- , - . . Cornell lllutf *
Silks , Dress 0-oods & Movelties
OF THE SEASON.
is very complete iu variety and excellence o goods.
Oloakings , Plushes , Velvets ,
Eider , Down and Jersey Cloth
Tambour , .Turcoman . ,
Clurtain Goods , Window Shades , Etc , , Etc ,
STOCK COMPLETE IN
VTOQUETTE , BODY BRUSSELS , INGRAIN & HEMF
Oil Cloth , lluga , Mattings. Mats , Etc. , Etc.
401 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa :
H.H. HORNS & GO. .
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 9
BP0.In'ty ' nt our EASTERN factory , of FINE HAVANA ana
\ t > nAt o
XAltA O1GAUS. All Oigura aold by us are of our own manufacture nnd warranted
OPERA HOUSE CIGAR HOUSE , I 552 Broadway , "
H. H. UORNE&OO. , | COUNCIL BLUFFS , I ; IOWA
Fall Goods Hondy. Suits MnAc to Order in Latest Style
on bliort Notice nnd n llcusonnle t'riees.
. . Council Bluff.
BE. JUDB'S ELECTEIC BELT.
0,000 Elccttlo Belts fold for the Month of Sept , by us.
ncfercnccs-Any of Iho buslnea , housea In Council Blufe
JUDD & SMITH Proprietor , .
baloBrooma 310. Droadwoy. Manufactory 30. Fourth St. COUNCIL BLUFFS-
KIEL'S SALE STABLES 441
Keep Horace nnd Mules constantly on hand which
wo will sell in rotnil or wholesale lots.
All Stock Warranted as Represented ,
Wholomlo andretall dealers in Ornln and Baled Hay. Prices
sonablo. Satisfaction Omrantced.
SOIKIliTJI'IEIEa cSs BOHLEie-
Corner Fifth Avo. & 4th St. , Council Bluffa.
LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS
7 and 9 Mala street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
A Complete Line of Fall Goods to Selecc From.
LARGEST ANDBEST STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF
In Iowa and Nebraska , and aold for the least money at 337 Broadway , Council
Bluffa , lowu.
MRS , D , A , BENEDICTMannfactor , ,
ffletalic Caskets and Wooden Coffins of all Kinds.
EuEGRAPH ORDERS PROMTLY.ATTENDED TO. OPEN DAY AND NIG HT
10-4 White Scotch Wool Blankets at § 1.50 worth 82.25.
1M White Half Wool Blankets at 82.25 worth $ S.OD.
11-4 White Blank-is , lienvyoighf , at 82.50 worth § 3.50.
11-1 Scotch Blankets a $2 00 , worth -53.01) .
11-4 Scotch Mixed Blankets , $2,25 , worth 83.25.
11-4 Scotch wool Blankets , 83.50 , worth § 5 01) .
11-4 lied Wool Blankets , § 8.50 , worth 55.00.
11-4 Grey Wool Blankets , $4.00 worth S5.50 ,
11-4 Scarlet , nil Wool Blankets$1.30 worth $0.50.
10-4 White all wool Blankets , 54.00 worth SU.OO.
11-4 Fine all wool Blankets , $5 50 worth $7 00.
11 4 Fine Cashmere Wool Blankets $7 01) ) worth 510 00.
11-4 Extra Fine Cashmere Blankets , S ! ) 00 worth 812 00.
11-4 Nonpareil Cashmere Blankets , $11 00 worth 815 00.
12-1 Extra Fiiioun liiston , ' Cashmere Blankets , $15 worth § 31
All wool Scarlet Flannel at20c worth 25c.
Ailvool Scarlet plain Flannel at ? 5c worth 35c.
AH wool Twill iliume ! at 30c worth 40c.
All wool Iwill flannel , ' 'Golden Cross" at 35c worth 45c.
All wool Medicated flannel nt 4i > c worth 55c.
This week we are making a big drive in
The public are cordially invited to inspect our over varying stock
irrespective of any desire of purchasing.
Ladies white mrino vests , silk finish , f)0c worth 75c
Ladies wliite merino vests , extia fine 75c worth $1 00
Lading all wool scarlet vests and pants at 5J each worth 81 50
Ladies woolen wliite vests and pants at $1 each worth SI 40
Ladies wliite cashmere wool vests and pants at $1 ( Jo worth 52
Ladies all wool medicated underwear at $1 75 worth § 2 25
Sltu's white merino shirts ncd drawers 50c each worth 75c
Men's scotch wool shirts and drawers 75c each worth $1
Men's nil wool scarlet shirts and drawers 81 each worth 81 50
Men's medicated red shirts and drawers $1 25 each worth 81 75
Mea'a fancy stripe underwear 51 75 wi rtli each 8225
Men's camels hair shuts and drawers , all wool cashmere $ -2 worth
We have full line of ladies missei '
a , and children's CLOAKS : having
purchased very lute in the season , wo are prepared to make LOWEIC
PUICIJS than those who hought curlier. We are showing a full assort-
RUSSIAN CIRCULARS ,
NEWMARKETS , pla'n and with coachman's cape.
MO HAIR SEAL and
SILK SEAL PLUSH COATS.
or Exjress Orders , Prompt
COUNCIL BLUFFB , . IOWA