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6 THE DAILY BEri" COUNCIL BLUFFS ; FHIDAY NOVEMBER 14
THE DAILY 6EE. .
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
Priday Morning November 14
J3y Carriei - - - - - - -80 oonta pot weol
ItyHall - - - - J10.00 pot jcoi
He. 7 t-earl Street , Near Broadway.
\Vho is to bo the next postmaster ?
n. 11 , Stewart , artist , at Chapman's.
See J. Rioter's now fall stock of cloth ,
The Masonic temple is to bo dedicated
The DOS Moines Loader has given Mr ,
Pusoy the tltlo of Colonel.
Mail and paper boxes cheap at Sea
man's closing out ualo.
Pearl street business mon wart a watot
main. They also want paving.
Dealers will find bargains at Seaman's
closing out Bale , on usual terms ,
The young people of the Methodist
church gave a social at F. II. Orcntt's
residence lost ovoning.
The driving park association purposes
collecting by suit the assessments duo
from the stockholders.
OUIUSTMAS UARUS OIVF.N AWAY. On all
cash sales of fifty cents and upwards , at
Soamon's closing out salo.
Stewart , the artist , is located at Chap-
man's. Parsons desiring portraits for
the holidays should BOO him at onco.
There was a report that another confidence
fidonco trick had boon turned at th
depot , the amount being $50 , and th
scheme being the old chock one.
A portion of Tomploton & Lamb's bij
pumpkin was made into a luscious goner
ous-sizod pie by the skill of Mra. Lamb
It was tested successfully by the news
Schmidt & Harb have opened a barbo
shop in connection with the cigar store in
the opera house , and are ready for bust
ness. They will also continue to run
their old shop at 720 Broadway.
Rov. T. J. Mackoy yesterday received
a telegram , announcing the death a
Fargo , of Mr. Daniel MoWorkman , t
former and well known rosldont of thii
city. No particulars were given.
Policeman Frank Brainard , of Omaha ,
was hero yesterday after two colored
mon , who wera wanted for stealing a
$ 15 dolman across the rivor. The oilicor
found that the men had loft over the K.
Jim Snoddorly has BO far recovered
froDXi , the stab which Shoemaker gave
him that ho is able to bo about the
streets , but ho is still tooblo. llo says
that ho does not care to prosecute Shoo
Two farmers , John Plorco and Jim
Hicks , were before the police court yea-
torday for being drunk. Ono claimed to
have boon oca sick , the other that ho had
loft his vallso in a saloon and was hunt
ing for the place.
Ono of the toama of Ilagg'a bottling
establishment indulged in a runaway yes
terday. The driver was thrown off and
the wagon passed ever him and inlllctod
serious injuries , but the result of which
it is thought will not provo fatal.
Justice Abbott , wno expocti to qo out
of oflico on Now Years , has got ready for
his successor to stop into his shoos. The
shoes were yesterday hanging on a nail
at the entrance of his oflico. From their
61X3 , it will take a big man to make a suc
A follow named n. C. Hunter was ar
rested yesterday afternoon on Broadway
as being the man -who stole from L , Kasv-
nor's residence in Hazel Doll a pair of
boots , two revolvers , and some cigars.
On being brought before Judge Aylos-
worth ho pleaded guilty and was sent to
jail for thirty days.
"Tom Millott , whllo superintending the
paving yesterday , laid down his overcoat
for a few minutes , and a sneak thief
walked off with it. Tom says that if the
thief will bring back the copy of Tun
BEK , which was in the pookot , ho can
keep the coat. Ho evidently puts a high
value on THE BHU.
The local ot the Council Bluffc Herald
was evidently hard up for matter to fill
his department recently , when ho pro *
ceodod to wrlto up an interview ( in his
mind ) with a seer of thatclty who predicts
that Blaine will die soon. That reporter
must have a very largo soft spot in his
cranium. Mnlvern Leader.
The county board in company with
some of the city ofllcors jostordny
aftornorn took carriages and visited the
proposed outlet of Indian crook. The
' board acorn in favor of doing something
to help along the proposed improvement ,
provided they have the authority to tnako
any such appropriations.
A hard sort of a youth named Davis ,
from Webster , Iowa , was picked up by
the police yesterday as a runaway. His
father telegraphed for him to bo held un
til ho could roach hero , The little follow
was quite bombastic and loudly braguod
that they could not keep htm in jail , for
lie would got out juat as the follow broke
jail the night boforo.
A young woman who is employed at
Pfeiffor'u millinery establishment has a
very knowing Newfoundland dog. The
dog brings every noon from the young
lady's homo to the atoro a basket con *
tainlng her dinner , and ho has evidently
a sufficient knowledge of the dishonesty
in the world to guard the basket more
zealously. Ho will not allow any one
on the street to interfere with him u he
trots along with the basket in his mouth ,
nd even on arriving at the store will not
deliver the basket to tiny one but th
young lady herself , and if aho chances t (
bo out ho wailn patiently for her return
The vote between Judge Ayleawortl
nad Judge Loofbourow is quito close , bu
it still seems that Judge Aylosworth i !
elected. It would bo n joke if Judgi
Aylcsworth should find himself eloctot
for the short term , expiring January J
and Jadgo Loofbourrow elected for th (
long term. It such case probablj
Judge Aylcsworth would iot qual
ify , but allow Judge Loofbourron
to remain right along on the bench ,
Everything now shows , however , thai
Judge Aylcsworth is elected for botli
terms , although on the short ono ho hoc
a larger majority than on the full term
by about a dozen.
In this state the county clerks have to
send the election returns on electors to
the secretary of state , within fifteen days
after the election , On the twentieth day
after election if the returns are all in , the
state board canvasses the vote , and the
electors are notified to appear on the
Tuesday preceding the first Wednesday of
Dccombor and cast their votes , On state
officers the returns must bo sent in by the
fourth Monday after election to bo can
vassed by the state board on the Thurs
day following the fourth Monday after
election If all are in , if not the board can
adjourn not to exceed twenty days.
The alarm of fire last night was caused
by the burning of Hosmans & Brown's
carpenter shop on Fifth nvonuo next to
the court liouso. Mr. Brown who was
sleeping in the building had a narrow es
cape. The loss on the building and con
tents will bo about SX,500 , ; partly insur
ed. The fire is supposed to have boon
caustd by incendiarism.
Order hard wood of P. Overtoil.
Stewart stoves , Do Vol it Wright.
THROUGH THE WALL ,
Jim ( Juan Motes a Break and Escape
from the City Jail ,
3nrnIcssiicHH of the Keepers nnil
FaullB In the JJulldiiiK.
Jomos Quanwho was lodged in the city
ail on Wednesday nltjht , was not thor
'estorday morning. Quan had boon hold
o await the action of the grand jury
ho charge being pocket-picking , and
iail being fixed at § 500 , which amoun
Juan was unable to furnish and was
lioroforo looked up. Ho is ono of the
liroo who are thought to have relieved
Ir. Blamford , of Hod Cak , of § 100 in
iah and a § 05 gold watch and chain ,
'ho prisoner denied the robbery , and
lalmed to bo a good honest bricklayer ,
rho hod boon at work on the Proaby-
orlan church. When arrested hoiad
bout $55 , of which $45 was claimed
y him to have boon won in gambling at
acy's. When put back into jail Wodnea-
ay night ho was not looked up in a cell ,
ut with other prisoners was allowed the
30 of the corridor , the reason given bo-
ig that sonio windows being broken ,
tore w&s difficulty in keeping the cellu
arm. The marshal and his deputy , there
ro Guanollas , say they were up and on
10 watch until about 1 o'clock , when the
risonors seemed to have quieted down
ir the night. After they had gene to
id it seems that Quan took advantage
: a gap ut ono end of the corridor and
owding through this got on top of the
ills , and from thence dropped
jwn into a narrow walkway which
iparatcs the colla from the outer wall ,
id entrance to which walk-way from
ID main corridor is prevented by an
on door. With only a brick wall bo-
roon him and liberty Quan soon proved
msolf to bo acquainted with brick-
ork. Prying oil the window crossing
> quiokly removed the bricks , and
rough the hole in the wall thus made
> skipped out. His escape was not dis-
ivorod until yesterday morning. The
her prisoners innocently donlod hav-
g hoard anything or having known
lything of the jail break ,
The Guanollas are to bo censured for
it having locked the prisoner in a cell
for not having taken him to the county
il , whore ho properly belonged. On
o other hand they claim that the atton-
jn of some of the aldermen had boon
lied to this defect in the structure of
o jail and the necessity of having it
cod , but it had been neglected. It
ems , therefore , that the fault of the
capo rests upsn the carelessness of the
sopors and the faultitioss in the Btruc-
ro of the jail.
Quan is said not to have any
0 good a record. It is said that
1 was the ono who planned and
lined carry out the jail tiroak at Das
olnos , by which about twelve prisoners
capod. By his own story ho has boon
ting as much in the gambling line hero
ho has in the mason line , though it is
oved that for four days ho really did
y brick on the walls of the now Presby-
rian church. Olllcors were sent out
istorday to recapture him If possible ,
it BO far it sooma to have boon a fruitless
Orders by telephone for Hour , food ,
led , coal , and hay , will bo promptly
led by Cook it Cooper , 700 Broad
> y. _ . .
Stewart Stoves , Do Vol & Wright.
Muro Thievery ,
Some sneak thief managed to rob the
om occupied by Mrs , llelon Bentley , a
[ dow who is serving as laundry woman
the llovoro houso. The help wore at
10 table in the dining room , she among
10 otnora , when the thieving was done ,
ho door of the room was locked , as was
ao the window , the St. John Bros , , the
jw proprietors , having just put now
gtcniogi * throughout the lioueo. Some
IP , however , managed to unlock the
) or , and stele from the room a hand-
ig containing $15 , BOIIIO gloves and
inkeU. The woman'a trunk was alto
icnud und ransacked. The proprietors
the hotel and some of the boarder *
mtributod enough money to replace the A
oh which was taken , the woman being
worthy ono who could ill afford to logo
St. John Bros , bavo bought , cleaned
id refurnished tlio Itevero U OUBO , fill )
roadway , opposite the opoifa home ,
jundl Bluffr , Mrhero you will find clean } > i
ems , clean beds end well filled tables ,
: rmn $1 50 per d y ,
A Merchant Relieves a Burglar of
A Costly MliInlRlit Visit.
A few days Mr. 0. 0. Foil , of the
wholesale heavy hardware house of Koo-
line it Felt , in taking with the manngoi
of the establishment , Mr. Ed. Elain ,
said that ho had noticed n follow hanging
about in the vicinity of Ilia homt , No.
725 , Seventh nvonuo , and ho fancied that
an attempt might bo made to burglarize
it. llo accordingly borrowed Mr. Elain'a
revolver , and for eovcral nights has boon
on the alert. Yesterday morning when
Mr. Felt carao down to tlio store ho was
wearing a largo , elegant gold watch and
chain , something now , and more aston
ishing than all else , na was explained
with a laugh , ho had boon awakened by a
burglar in his room the night before and
Instead of being robbed ho had robbed
the burglar , and the gold watch and
chain was shown up as proof. It Booms
that Mr. Felt on being awakened in the
night found a burglar going through his
clothes and aa Mr. Felt jumped up and
grasped the revolver , started to run with
Mr. Felt following. As the follow
passed out of the door , Mr. Felt hoard
something drop on the lloor , nd found
that it was this gold watch and chain.
The follow managed to irmko good his
escape , but instead of taking any plunder
with him , ho'lost his watch and chain ,
the value of which is estimated at about
$300. The strangeness of the afl'uir has
led Mr. Felt's friends to jocosely add to
the sensation by narrating that
Mr. Felt finding the burglar in his
room , jumped onto him , took his watch
and chain from him , and then throw him
out of the honso. The affair rovivoa the
story of a burglar who found ho had got
into an editor's honso , but discovering
the mistake , got out just in time to keep
from being robbed , but it seems hardly
fair to saddle a like story , only worse , on
to a solid business man. The affair is
sensational enough without any such ad
ditions , and the mystery remains what
the burglar will do to recover the watch
which ho thus dropped in his ( light. If
ho calls for it , ho will surely moot
with a warm reception. Ho will probably
bo content with getting away as ho did ,
urn will make up the loss by robbing
lomobody else of another gold watch , but
lowovor this may bo , Mr. Felt is certain-
y ahead about § 300 by the burglar's
Wrought Iron Ranges at reduced prices ,
) o Vol & Wright , C04 Broadway.
Dr. Walters , of Avoca , was at the Pacific
1) . S , Couch anil daughter , of Kowton , a :
1 the Ofrdon.
S. G. Soaton , tlio well known express man
i nt the Ogden.
Arcliio McComb , tlio fleot-footud runnc :
inched the OR Jen yesterday and registered n
om Salt Luke ,
A. C. Burnlmin , of Champagne , 111. , one o
to firm of Durham , Tulleys & Go. , of till
ty , la at the Ogdon.
Hon. Charles Bullock , of Dsnisou , was i
i the city yesterday , and conferring wit'
om Bowman over democratic affairs.
Window shades at cost to close them
it. P. 0. Miller 13 Pearl street.
It will pay you to see our line of steve
jforo you buy.
DE Voi , it WUIOHT ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS MAHKKT.
Wheat No. 1 milling. C005 ; No. 2 , 58
o. 3 , 60 : rejected 35s-10. (
Corn-New , 25@28.
Data For local purposes , 35.
Iloy 85 00@7 00 per ton ; baled , 60@GO.
Corn Meal 130 per 100 pounds.
Wood Good supply ; prlcoa at yardo , 6 00 ®
Coal Delivered , hard , 9 EO per ton ; soft
> 0 per ton
Lard Falrbank'a , wholesaling at 9ic.
Flour City Hour , 150@2 00.
BrootnH 2 35@3 00 per doz ,
Dattlo Butcher cows 3 25@3 75. Butcher
) ors , 3 7r f 4 00.
Sheep 2 C0@3 CO.
Hogs ioo@iar > .
Poultry Live old houa , 2 fiO per doz ; spring
Ickenu , 2 50 per doz.
Butter Creamery , 28@30c ; choice country
Eggs 2 ! per dozen.
Vegetables 1'otatoes , 30@40o per bushel ;
Ions , 40@60o per bu ; opploa , choice cooking
eating , 2 fill ; bennH , 1 C0@2 00 per
nliel ; Swcot uotatoos0 'jor Ib.
Older 20o per gal.
Changes 8 00 per bbl.
Ginning Out ,
To oloso the business I olfor my stock of
Iscollanoous books , picture , fany goods ,
itlons , fire screens , easels , willow and
no high chairs and children's rockers ,
prices never known before in the west.
. K. Seaman , paper , books and station-
y , 50-1 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
illUclltho following property on easy terms II
bought within Stdaje.
200 Acre Farm.
to mllca nortli ot Council Dlulln ; good barnhouse
orchard , and all fenovd
400 Acre Farm.
to inllcBtutnl Logan , HtrrUon , county , Iowa , all
icxxl , foodjard , bun , liounu , orchird , etc , ; 2'0
ress iiM.ler plow , K'O ' aero * raina tra s meadow , 100
rt' timber and insturK. 'IhU farmcSa bocasll ) dl
Uxl ( Lto three de > lr blo small f&rnii ,
800 Acre Farm ,
iinllc fa t ofOnaw * , Monoiu county , lows , on
jlloiloihiriKoiHl | ) housu , barn 8S\UO lect , feed
rd , rhcd , tto. ; " 00 ncrcii unJira \ \ \ , balance In
ilior , meadow and | ii ture ; a llrst clias itock farm
H > ry re | > oct.
240 Acres of Wild Land ,
Suitable for Fanning.
> 0 Dead of Cattle ,
75 Ilond o Horses ,
300 He d o Hogs.
o Farming luiploraonts inlllcient tocauyou e IJ
l runi. AUa
,000 BuaholB of Corn , nnd 400 Tons of
Tame and Wild II ay.
il itork , ooru , feed and machinery li dlil.lol lip
M faruii , and will ba kold only In connection "
h rM ( iron. ,
tmoli a ooJclimco fir Choice Stock him * , net !
; ked , ready for worl. I'wtculou jlun on date cf
chant' , II denlrixl ,
II ou or addrejn
E. P. OADWELL ,
Silks Dress Goods , & Novelties
OP THE SEASON.
OTTO , l/MlaJL ( JLlJigJrJLJtfillViJiiJ ' " " " 1
is very complete in variety and excellence of goods.
, , , .
Eider , Down and Jersey Cloth
Tambour , .Turcoman . ,
Curtain Goods , Window Shades , Etc , , Etc ,
STOCK COMPLETE IN
MOQUETTE , BODY BRUSSELS , INGRAIN & HEMF
Oil Cloth , Rugs , Mattings Mats , Etc. , Etc.
401 Broacrway , Council Bluffs , Iowa :
MANDEMAKERS & VI N ,
STAIR BUILDING A SPECIALTY.
201 Upper Broadway Cor. Stutsmau St. , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
) rdors in the city or country solicited. Prompt attention nnd satisfaction
Guaranteed. Plans nud specifications furnished free.
MRS. L A. WARBURTON ,
Cutting and Fitting a Specialty.
230 BROADWAY COUNCIL BLUFF3.
i. F. CLA.TTEIUJUCK , G. EnaAH , O. E. BESWIOK ,
Manager. Assistant. Secietury.
Joiiricil Bluffs Detective Association
fill do all klnilBot clotcctivo work for liankB , Expre < 9 , Telegraph an I Hallway coJHmnlej , Merchant ) ) ,
jDUlactotles , Corporations , Public and 1'ihato Institutions and District Attorneys. Stolen property ri >
ivored Collections made , Mleelni'rlenda ' ( omul , DIvorcoaprDCUreil < 500 reward ofTercd for the uncut
of trailJulently reprimmtlnf this Association All communications
'id comlctlon any person or persons
rlotly confidential. Olllcc : Masonic Temple Council iJlutls luua. 1' . C. Box 1293.
MRS. S. J. NOEEIS ,
Having opened iu a now store I invite the inspection of ladlon.
[ S. S. J. NOKIUH , U10 ! Broadway , - - - Council
KVEHYTUINO11RSTCIAS3. . -
IOH. 217 and 219 S. Main St. , COUNCILBLTTFFS
W. P ALYSWORTH.
uro HOUR. . * uiOMiJ OD thu LirmulA.Nrtruok : nja any illiUnco aud over any kmu 01 ground
IU01C HOUSK3 raited All wort. Kuarintecxl
W. P. AVLSWORTU , 1010 Nlntrfitreet.
Wo would call j our attention to tlio fact tint the
largains Which Cannot Tse Obtained Els&whore.
Wo can coinluw e\crbody that wo ay what e mean and mean h t we eay. Hut the belt way to
t the truthfulness of our awirtlont It to call and examine our ttock and ftlev * , al aji reinerabtrlni ;
THAT WK DEFY COMPETITION IN EVERY PARTICULAR ,
rjrCA8Hl the maglo word whlcli will attract the attenthn of e > erjbo < ly , It ! the word we u c4
tu w o purchased our Kood , and that U the reason e con offer them to you At 10 low a flgure. A ca > i
From $5 to $15 Saved on Every Suit.
hailng jour Clothing made to order kt the AWnc > of the Clrcat Merchant Taiiorlng Hou c
WANAMAEER & BROWN ,
32 PEARL ST. , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
WAN-AMAKKU & 11UOW.V3. Tailoring Agcnex. Council h
KORENE & ; LANDSTROM ,
Fall Goods Ready. Suits Made to Order in Latest Style
on bhort Notice and n Reusonalo Prices.
205 Mam Street. . . . . . . Cotme1 |
DE. JUDD'S ELECTEIC BELT.
6,000 Eloctrlo Belts roM for the Month of Scjit , by us.
Hefcrcncoa-Any of the business houses In Council BluCTa. JODD & 8MITII Proprietors.
Salesrooms 319 , Broadway. Manufactory 30 , Fourth St. COUNCIL BLUFFS-
KIEL SALE STABLES
Keep Horses nnd Muloa constantly on hand which
wo will sell in retail or wholesale lota.
All Stock .Warranted . as Represented.
Wliolofalo and retail dealers In Drain and Baled Hay. " '
Bonablo. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
pttTETT.irj ' , IH I ! HV. < S5 3BCDH
Corner Fifth Avo. & 4th St. , Council Blnffa.
SMITH & XOLIiER Agfa. ,
LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS
7 and 9 Main street ,
COUNOII , BLUFFS , IOWA.
A Complete Line of Fall Goods to Select From.
LARGEST ANDBEST STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF
[ n Iowa and Nebraska , and sold for the least money at 337 Broadway , Council
Bluffs , Iowa.
MRS , D , A , BENEDICT Mannfactnrer ,
, J DfiQ
urtalns , In Lace , JHllk , Turcoman , Etc.S oilIclotliB , Mattlnga , Llnolourae Eto
hoicest and Best Selected STOCK in the WEST ,
arao and bo convinced that wo are headquarters for all goods In our line ,
hpapest place to buy CARPETS , Curtains and House Furnishings In the
City. Upholstering and Bedding Supplies.
Nos. 6 , 7 and 9 MASONIC TEMPLE - - COUNCIL BLUFFS
Mail Orders Filled PromptlyCardane
Vaves , Switches , Whatuots , Langi.y and Pompadour
ALL KINDS OF
3 MAIN STREET , C JDNCIL BLUF F
HALLETT , DAVIS AND COMPANY PIANOS
Endorsed by FRANZ LISZT ,
UnrhallcJ or Tone or Finish i
Ilcst Modern Prlco to Duy.
The Kimball Organ , eo long and favorably known in tbo west , rncommondg
STEWART , Solo Agent for above lines of Goods. Warorooins , 329
moil Bluffs CorroHponulonco Solicited. Agoatu Wanted ,
WHOLESALE DKAUEU3 IN
nd 344 Ttrnndway. OfUNOILBLUFFS ) IOWA
L. C. ARBTJTHNOT ,
ALL THE LATKST STYLES IN
ML T L L I IT El I
DKMAUKSrS FALL PAl'Ell PATTEIl.VS JUST RECEIVED.
IS COUNCIL BLUFFS
BROADWAY , - - - -
COOKXM& AND HEATING STOVES
Both now and second hand , ranging in prices from $3.50 to
$25 each. Take advantage and call early to obtain
the best bargains. 1 nm making a bi reduction in
" -HCr " * TT f . S-HTS JA , "GTT * T5 -A- -
A ) I need the room to display my stock of stovoa.
A. J. HANDEL , Council BluITt , Iowa ,
826 Iroad ay ,
Special Bargains in Wall Paper.
.n order to ranko room for an Jmraengo Block of Spring Goods , I have decided to
er all goods now in stock , at prices never before quoted in this city.
GEO. It. BEAIID , No. 32 Main Street , next to P. 0.
tice ofilie Peace.
OFFICE OVER A11KU1CAN EXPRESS
OUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA
. O. O.
100 MAIN STREET ,
COUNC1& BLUFFS - - . IOWA.
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