Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, November 15, 1884, Page 6, Image 8

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    THE DAILY BEE- COUNCIL BLUFFS ; SATURDAY NOVEMBER 15
THE DAILY BEE
BLUFFS
Stxturdav Morning Novoinbor 15
By Hall 110.00 per yea.
OFFICE :
No. 7 Ptarl street , Near Broadway.
MINOR MENTION.
II. 11 , Stewart , artist , at Chapman's.
See J. Rioter's now fall stock of cloth.
Lyman'a majority is now figured al
f)58.
Spiritual social this evening. Music
and dancing.
Mail and paper boxes cheap at Sea
man's closing out sale.
Attend the closing out sale at II. Fried
man's , 341 Broadway.
Russell Campbell and Charles Bailey
have boon arrested for vagrancy.
Dealers will find bargains at Seaman's
closing out sale , on usual terms ,
Glenwood baa n democratic hurrah to
night , to which Council Blufft will send
a delegation.
Grand closing out sale brglns this Sat
urday morning at n. Friedman's , Oil
Broadway.
Leave to wed was yesterday granted
C. II. Perry and Lois A. Valentino , both
of Oakland.
Everybody should buy n ticket for the
policemen's dauco at Maaonle hall , on
November 20th.
My entire stock of cloaks will bo closed
out within thirty days. II. Friedman ,
341 Broadway.
Place your orders for crayon portraits
for the holidays with Stewart , the artist ,
at Chapman's.
Democrats and republicans concede that
J. J. Auworda & Co. , handle the finest
millinery goodn.
OURISTMAS GAUDS GIVEN AWAY. On all
cash sales of fifty cents nnd upwards , at
Scamon's closing out sale.
J. A. Murphy has commenced the
erection of n now brick residence on
Eigth street , near Fifth avenue.
1 Stewart , the artist , is locatdB at Chap
man's. Persona desiring portraits for
the holidays should BOO him at onoo.
Word cornea from Mt. Pleasant that
\V. H. Hoover , who was recently sent
from hero to the asylum there , died on
Monday.
The Planter's Wife is to bo given Mon
day ovonibg. Harry Lacy appears as
Oolubert Graham , supported by Miss
Edna Carey.
The driver of Hogg's boor bottling
wagon proves to have boon quito badly
hurt by the runawayono Icgboiug broken
and some of the bones of ono hand.
The spectacular molo-drama of the
Romany Rye waa presented at the opera
homo last evening , and is to bo given
again this afternoon and evening.
The streets loading up to the water
works reservoir and Fairmont park are
being put in shape tor travel , they hav
ing boon badly washed away during the
Bummer ,
Work has boon begun on the now gov
ernment building and twenty-two men
have been sot at work , stono-cuttors and
masoriB , and the force Is to bo increased
at once.
The heirs of Vincent J. Bailey have
sued the Mutual Benefit association cf
this city for § . ' 1,000 , claiming that ho had
a policy in full force when ho dlod In
February last.
Harry Hunter , the dear old grand ,
mothers local , has been presented with
n novelty made up of sausages , n very
unique affair which needs to bo scon tote
to bo appreciated.
The boy , Willlo Dwia , who ran away
from Webster City , was taken back there
by his friends yesterday , and it is ex
pected ho will bo sent from there to the
reform school.
A dozen or so of the Romany Rye
troupe are stopping at the Revere house ,
and seemed greatly pleased with the way
the hotel is running under the manage-
inunt of the St. Johns.
Several parties , Including Maj. Gen.
Thomas , Thee , Lund , and others , wore
noticed , getting away with election bet
oysters at J. W. Morse's. They Boomed
B&lisQed with the counts.
There is to bo a quarter raca this after ,
noon at the driving park between a hors
belonging to Mr. Uodiuhall and ono belonging
longing to Johnny Cor. The race is fo :
8200 a fiide.
The Second street bridge is to bo fur
nished with now braces , stringers and
flooring , ao as to < make It good for four or
five years. This la ono of throe bridges
that wilh-stood the great Indian crook
flood of two years ago.
Charlie Wilson and Mr. Scales have
bought a speedy runner , a two year old
of Major Thomas , of Lorington. She is
by Lao Lips , dim Ellco , and promises to
make It lively for any company she may
trot into. She arrived at the driving
park this week.
"Out of the joys urd gricfc of earth
Death proclaim ] glorious birth. " Sjiir
itual circle to-iuorrow ( Sunday ) after
noon and evening in Spiritual hull , at 2
x.nd 7:30 : o'clock , Entrance ou Main
.and Pearl streets via stairs two deere
eoutli of the peat oflice.
P. R , Bolden yesterday received the
d now * that hia brother Frank Beldcn
had mat with a terrible accident at Han-
ford , Tularo county , California. In fir *
ing off a aiunon in honor of Blaine , a
premature dU'jhargo tore oil' bvth his
hands and burned hij fuco bidly. The
citizens nt once raised a pnrso of $100 i
gold for him. Ho Is n machinist by trad
nnd mndo the very cannon which was beIng
Ing fired. Ho hns always led n very no
live lifo , and the accident to ono In h
clrcumctftiiccs , Is indeed a terrible ono
William Gibson , of the K. C. house
scoirm to have reached the end of h
ropo. Ho lias lately made a good deal o
trouble with hii family Dy his drinkin
and quarrelsome habits , and had to glv
bonds to keep the peace unfit the nox
term of the district court. The otho
day ho was arrested for assaulting hi
wife with a butcher knife. Ho wo
placed in jail on account of his failure t
keep the peace , as provided for by hi
bonds , and has also bcon hold to awai
the grand jury on a charge of atsaul
with intent to kill. Mrs. Gibson has nl
BO commenced divorce procoedinga nnc
the notice was served on him in jail yea
torday. She charges him with cruo
treatment and habitual drunkenness.
Wrought Iron Ranges at reduced prices
Do Vol & Wright , 00-1 Broadway.
A FALLING HOUSE ,
Connty Board Petitioned to Order
a New [ Court HODSB Election ,
Tlio ly Fathers 1'cop at the
CfnckH.
It is now conceded that the court house
a In a toally dangerous condition , ant
unfit for further occupancy. The walls
are settling moro and more , and are
bulging out , the cracks are larger , and no
ono can look at the structure without
fooling that it is easier to breathe out
side than inside of it , Yesterday after
noon the city fathers inspected the
building , with a view of taking some
action. Ao a board of health they have
the power to condemn the building , and
forbid its occupancy , or oven to order it
boarded up , or torn down. If the build
ing gets much worse some such action
will bo necessary to protect the
public. If the building cannot bo used ,
the prisoners will need bo taken into some
other county jail , or put in the peniten
tiary , nnd this county will have to p y
their board. Rent will have to bo paid
also for some building for the use of the
countv officers and the keeping of the
record ] . The county is taking great
chance in many respects , there being a
liability of its records being destroyed , or
its treasury mulcted for a largo amount.
The county board docs not seem dis
posed to take any action , in view of the
last election hold on the question ,
there being so largo a majority against anew
now court houso. A petition signed by a
largo number of business men was pre
sented to the board yesterday , asking
that a now election bo called to vote
Upon the question of a now court house
and jail. The board concluded not to
take any action upon the potion until
to-day. The only seeming objection
which is presented against calling such
nn oJooUou in the claim that it would bo
useless to do so , for the east end of the
county would vote solid against it and
defeat it. It is thought by othora that
the people of this county now realize
that the present building is not only a
disgrace to the county , but is endanger
ing the property and the lives of citizens ,
and something needs-to bo dono.
Order hard wood of P. Ovorton.
Stewart stovoo , Do Vol & Wri ht.
llio Coming Jurors ,
The following have boon chosen as the
jurors for the December term of the dis
trict court :
PETIT Junoim R T Bryant , oily ; Wm
Leigh , Shulby ; Jos Butler , llazgl Doll :
W M Maxwell , James ; B Y Graybill ,
Nprwalk ; J G Carter , Viilloy ; Martin
Nilon , Bblknapi J.F Grove , Pleasant ;
John Dargo , Sr. , Grove ; 0 A ROHO , city ;
Allen Smith , Lewis ; J W Ilumilton ,
Macedonia ; H G Harlow , Knox ; Ezra
Carter , Hockford ; J 0 Thraildkill , Garner -
nor ; Y C Wilson , Lincoln ; W M Couch ,
James ; Alex Glud , city ; James Marge-
son , Liyton ; JohnKnox , Grove ; Simon
Reynolds , Bolknap ; 0 M Porter , Wave-
land ; 0 H Gllmoro , city ; Wm Curry ,
Orescent.
GIIAMD Juitoiis : David Sihonoman ,
Walnut ; Herman Mendel , Ncola ; W B
Newton , Oikland ; Joa Beck , city ; S S
Keller , city ; W II Froomau , Oakland ;
W S Quick , city ; R M White , Oakland ;
Robert Wilson , Kllot ; Otis Hardonborg ,
Walnut ; J A Iloko , Avoca ; Robert
Adama , Crescent ; A Oaslor , Wheeler's
Grove ; Jos Ellis , Minden ; E II Ohlon-
dorf , city.
Buy your Thanksgiving hats and bon
nets at J. J , Auwordn & Oo.'s , Itl ?
Broadway.
It will pay you to see our line of stoves
before you buy.DK
DK Voi , & WmaiiT ,
501 Broadway.
t
IMCKSONAIiH.
J. 0 , Iteaguu IH the happy father of twli
boyu , born ut Kiullmm iiuiiriiOB ycHtorday
All doing well with increngjiiR majority , J
0 , wants thorn called Cleveland and lien
dricks to nul the reform , [ Town Daily
Lender , November 1-lth ,
K , J. Bond , who lived horu for no many
yciirH , has lotnrned from Duiucr.
Itcnl JCwtulo TrainlVirH.
The following transfers wore filed in
the county clerk's oflico yustorday and ro.
ported ior the Bun by J. P. MoMahon ,
real estate agent , Novoinbor 14 , 1881 ;
Crawford > t Morrinm to J B Goitgon ,
I k ! l and1 b 2 , Whitney , Crawford &
Hen-lam's add , Walnut , § 100.
R. B. Wilson and wlfo to Moaloy
Jhaso , 112 , b 15 , Carson , 81GO ,
W. 8. Mann and wif to lliiBsnll Robin-
ion , und A orswj no , and und A nwf scj ,
15 , 7510 , e 00 ,
Sarah Tonohnor and husband to Wm.
: . Oruin , wA , sej.lii , 75,41 , 81.
Orders by telephone for Hour , food ,
rood , coal , and hay , will bo promptly
illod by Cook & Cooper , 700 Broad *
ray , _
Stewart Stove * , Do Vol & Wright.
St. John Droir , have bought , cleaned
nd refurnished thu Revere House , 540
troadvvay , opoositu thu opera house ,
louncil Bluff ) , tvhero you will find clean
Doms , clean bi > Ja and well filled tables ,
'urms ' § 1 50 per d y. i
PATERNAL PRATTLE.
The Oily Falters Condemn tbc [ Conrl
Iljiise as Unsafe.
They Propose to Tax the In
surance Companies.
Otlior Cl'y Concerns.
The aldermen mot lant night as a board
of health , Aid. McMixhon and Keating
being absent.
Aid. Sicdontopf offered the following
resolution , which waa adopted :
Resolved , That the clerk bo instructed
to caUBQ a notice nerved by the marshal
upon the board of supervisors , apprising
that body of the action of this board of
health in declaring the county court
house to bo in an unsafe condition , and
that in the opinion of this board the
building complained of is injuring all
persons and the public in the
enjoyment of lifo and health , and that
the said board IB requested and required
to repair said building or othcrrriso place
the Hamo in n safe condition , within fif
teen days from the day of [ service of such
notice.
The body was then transformed into a
city council.
A sidewalk waa ordered from Broad
way to the crook on Six'h ' street , and a
lamp-post at the bridge.
A petition waa presented , asking for
the appointment of John Jonca an super
intendent of the work of keeping the
paved streets cleaned , and that the clean
Ing bo lot by bid ; Referred.
Aid. James moved that the city attor
ley prepare an ordinance providing fo
the taxing of all insurance companies do
ng business hero. The city attorney reported
ported that ho waa already preparing such
in ordinance , and the resolution wa
adopted , |
The city engineer was instructed to
prepare a written report on the proba
iillty of { ho proposed ditch to the rlvor ,
> olng widened by Trashing , thus damag <
ug adjacent property : also to the result
at an overflow from the river , nnd whoth-
r such ovoillow might not rush down
his now channel , causing a wash and
amago.
The question of the interference of the
reposed ditch with the waterworks main
nd the railway tracks waa referred to
: io city attorney.
A resolution waa passed requesting
allways to put only span or trass bridges
cross the ditch instead of platform
ridges. .
A resolution waa passed Instructing
10 city attorney and engineer to define
nero definitely the boundaries of the
vard.
The fire committee was instructed to
ut an alarm box on the 0. B. & Q
ewer , as there is a watchman there night
nd day.
The committco on special assessments
oported in regard to Irregularities in
vidth of Broadwry , that all in ozcoos of
! io ordinary widtha bo designated aa
ublio places , and that the cost of paving
ills excoaa bo paid for the name aa inter
actions , Instead of being charged to
butting property. The city attorney
omlndod the council that ho had already
oportod against the legality of euch a
ourse , and the council had ut a previou
nooting concurred in hia report. On
motion the report of the committee was
oncurrod In and thoattorney Instructed
o draw an ordinance.
On motion it was decided to hold
nccial mooting Monday at 2 p. m. , to
iston to objections of Mr. IIolFmayor as
o paving assessment.
A resolution < ras adopted'doing away
rith the Main street hay market , and
making the space botwocn the city jai"
md the city building , the only markoi
> lace in the city.
The street railway company was noti
led to extend iU track up Broadway to
Jabbltt'a place , in accordance with the
ho charter.
Adjourned until 2 o'clock Monday
ftoruoon.
To Newspaper Men.
Ono who has had ton years experience
a a newspaper writer on both daily and
vookly proas , and who is also n practical
rlutor desires a situation on some wide-
wako weekly paper. References given.
Jesirca to chaugo from dally to weekly
ork. Addrois L. , Council Blulfj , BEE
fllco.
In York township the returning board
oportod 70 majority for Judge Loof <
ourow , not stating whether it was for
10 short term or long term. The coun
r board counted It no for the long term
GIOBlllK Out ,
To close the business I offer my stock of
nibcollauoous books , picture , fany goods ,
otlons , fire screens , easels , willow and
auo high chairs and children's rockers ,
t prices never known before in the west.
I. E. Seaman , paper , books and station-
try , 50-i Broadway , Council Bluff * .
I liavo licou llll < itcil with nn Affection
> f the Tlirout from childhood , canned by ditili-
horlii , nnd have used various romculios , fmt
mvo never found anything equal to DROWN'H
.iiiONCiUAL TIIOCIIKS. 7fct' . ( I. .V. / ' . Jlamp-
oii , J'Htton , Ky , Sjld only In boxoa.
will Mil the following jiropcrty on eitty
bouKhtslthhi DUiU ) a.
200 Acre Farm.
Ite miles north ol Council DIufTs ; good barn , bouse
orchard , and all fenced.
400 Acre Farm.
| voi llfiicaiitof Logan , lUrrhon , county , Iowa , nil
uncod , foodaril , titn , houut , orchud , etc. ; 2'0
. under i > low , ito aorci faiuo iri meadow , 100
cru timber and iu turf. llila farm c3.i beeielly dl
luvd IHo tbruo dcuublo tuiall I rmj.
800 Acre Farm.
U nillca cMt of Onaw , Monout county , Iiwi , on
lie lUHoliter ; KOCH ! lioune , barn 86x1(0 Icct , lowl
ardi , tb/'di. et3.i 200 acres unJir'pluw , bilancxj In
uiber , uicadow and | iwturo ; n ! lr < t clvu utock farm
ictcry rcM | > nct.
240 Acres of Wild Land ,
SuiUblo for Farming ,
-A.XjEO !
:50 : Dend of Cuttlo ,
75 lload of IForses ,
tf < )0 ) He d of Hogs.
1(0 Fanning Imiilemeutu iutSci at tocairyon ttld
( nni ) . AUo
3,000 Bushels of Corn , and 400 Tons of
Tame nud Wild Hay.
IJ Block , osiu/fxl aud machinery li divide I up
i ild farnu , Mid will bo old only In oonncctlou
tli td ( irir .
lleruli uKcxHlclui'ooljrClioloo stock farmi , well
ocked , rcu ly for woik' . JWsjlouItm ou d tg if
ircluse , If denlred.
U'jll Oil Pr ttJdlSH
K. P. CADWKtL ,
Poundl
J.
PROPKIETOR OF
Music Hall
Upon ilie onenine of the season for
the Holiday Goods trade , I lieg to inform
my customers and the public in gener
al , tint I hava made extensive prepara
tions for a large trade and feel confi
dent that I can fill all orders that may
be entrusted to me to yours entire sat
isfaction.
My assortment of imported and do
mestic goods , I am pleased to assure
you , is far superior to any of previous
seasons , and a visit to my establish
ment , 103 Main street , Council Bluffs ,
Iowa , will repay you.
The entire stock has been selected
by myself with a view to meet the
wants and demands of the general
trade in the west. Should none of my
agents be able to call on you during
the season it will be of great advan
tage to you to pay me a visit and per
sonally select your wants , as travel
ing men never can carry such a full
line as is shown you at my head
quarters.
WAT'
Council Bluffs , Iowa
MANDEMAKERS & VI N ,
STAIR BUILDING A SPECIALTY.
201 Upper Broadway Cor. Stutsmau St. , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Orders in the city or country solicited. Prompt Attention nnd satisfaction
Guaranteed. Plans and specifications furnished free.
MRS. L A. WARBURTON ,
'ASHIOIABLE ORESSMAKE
dutfcing and Fitting a Specialty.
230 linOADWAY COUNCIL BLUFF&
L. F. CLAITEUIIUCK , Q. EDOAH , O. E BESWIOK ,
Manager. Assistant. Secretary.
Council Bluffs Detective Association
YIll do all kinds of clctccthu work for Hank ? , Express , Telegraph anl Hallway cojjpanlc ) , Merchants ,
UnufactorlcB , Corvorallone , Public and Private Institutions and District Attornoys. Ktolen property ro-
ororcil Collections intilo , Missing friends found , Dva ! > co < i procure 1. JS'IO rowanl offered ( or the an cat
, nil conviction of any iienon ur iicrsom frauJulontly roprountlii ; this Aejcclatlon All communications
trlotly confldontlixl. Olllcu : Masonic Temple Council Illulls Iowa. I1. C. Box 1253.
Lates
Ilnring opened la n uow atoro I Invite the inapoctlon of lad Ion.
HTR3. S. J. NOIUllS , ililO Ilroailway , - - - Oounoil
* *
W
0
SToa. 217 and 210 S. Main St. , COUNCILBLTJFFS
W. P ALYSWOETH.
llouws rooted on the LI rrUUHANTtruoki and auy illataneo and over ny kjna 01 gioana
IHI01C I10UKKB rained. All work Uir utcod
W. P. AYtSWOHTII , 1010 Nlntb'itreef.
COUNCIL UUIFF8
Wo would call jour attention to the fact tint the
-AUK OFFKHINO
Sargains WMoh Cannot "ba Obtained Elsowhoro.
-ssass ± :5isls
EVKUV l'AUTICUI.All ,
THAT WB DKFY COMl-BTITION IN
aUrootthenltiinthnof everjbody , It in the vionl e iwcd
/JrOABIIUtheir2lo ur roe Crai J lilUiwlll : the rca on o on ojl.'r tlicio to you at so low a figure. A cash
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muff
From $5 to $15 Saved on Every Suit.
11 } hMlng jour Clothing made toordcr &t the AKcnc > of the Oreat Mmhant Tailoring Hou < f
& BROWN ,
32 PEARL ST. , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
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II.
WAN'AMAKKIt It , imnw.VS. Tflllorlnc A I.
NOBENE & ; LANDSTROM ,
Fnll Goods Ready. Suits Mndo to Order in Latest Style
on bhort Notice nnd n Kensouulo Prices.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
200 Mnln Strcot , ' '
Council Bluffs
BE. JUDD'S ELECTRIC BELT.
8.000 Elcctrlo Belts fold for the Month of Sept , by ua.
Agents Wanted !
Rcfcttnoos-Any of the business houses In Council Bluffs. JDDD & SMITH Proprietor
Solcarooma 319 , Broadway. Manufactory 30 , Fourth St. COUNCIL BLUFFS.
KIEL SALE STABLES
Keep Horses and Mules constantly on hand which
wo will soil in retail or wholesale lota.
All Stock Warranted as Represented.
Wholeialo and retail dealers In Oraln nd Baleil Hay.
eonable. Satisfaction Guaranteed. .
Corner Fifth Avo. & 4th St. , Council Bluffs.
SMITH & TOLLEU Affte. ,
LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS
7 and 9 Mala street ,
CODNOII. BLUFFS , IOWA.
A Complete Line of Fall Goods to Select Prom.
LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF ALL KINDS OP
In Iowa and Nebraska , and sold for the least money at 337 Broadway , Council
Bluffs , Iowa.
MRS , D , A , BENEDI&TManufacturer , ,
urtalns , In Lace , jei'k , Turcoman , Etc. ? oilcloths , Mattings , LinoleumsEto
! i
hoicest and Best Selected STQOK ill the WEST ,
ame and bo convinced that wo are headquarters for all goods in onr line ,
heapest place to buy CARPETS , Curtains and House Furnishings In the
City. Upholstering and Bedding Supplies. - i
NOB. 5 , 7 and 9 MASONIO TEMPLE - . COUNCIL BLUFFS 4
Mail Orders Filled PromptlyCnrdnne
I. & l. "UI JJ.
Waves , Switches , Whatnots , Langt/y aod Pompadour-
Frizzes ,
ALL KINDS OF
29 MAIN STREET , 0 JUNOIL BLUF F
UALLETT , DAVIS AND COMPANY PIANOS
Endorsed by FKASI IIEZT ,
EMERSON PIANOS.
Unrivalled or Tnno or Flnlchi
KIMBALL PIANOS
Beet Modern Price to Buf.
The Kimball Organ , ao lone nnd fnvorubly known In the west , rncommonds
STEWART , Solo Agent for abovolinfla of Goods. Warorooma , 329
nncil Bluffs Correspondence Solhitod. Agoata Wan tod.
sat )
V/HOLESALK DJJAL.KB8 IN
J& &
* 'a tk ? ! &l
und 344 Tfrondwny. OOUNOTL BLUFFS TOUA
L. 0. ARBUTHNOT ,
ALL TIIK IATE3T STYLES IN
PA1TKUNS JUST 11ECFJVKI ) .
5iS BROADWAY , - - COUNCIL BLUFFS
COOKITCAMD HEATING STOVES
Both now nnd pecond hand , rmiping in prices from § 3.50 to
$25 ench. Take advantage nnd call enrly to obtain
the best bargains. I am making a bi reduction m
1 TJ DF& . KT I aOEa"O" 1.3SS
At I neud Uio room to dUplay my Block of etovoa.
A. J. MANDF.L , * Council JlluHe , Iowa.
826 IJroailway , -
Special Bargains in Wall Paper.
vn order to juako room for on imraento stock of Spring Goods , I li&vo decided to
) ffor all goods now in stock , at prices never before quoted in this oily.
GEO. R. BEAUD , No. 32 Main Street , next to P , 0.
N , SCHUEZ ,
ace of He
OFFIOK OVE11 AU1UUOAN KIl'KEQS
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA
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DENTIST ,
100 MAIN STREET ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS - i on A