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ITTE DAILY BEE , COUNCIL BLUFFS MONDAY NOVEMBER 24 I6w.
THE DAILV BEE.
L/.5.JL5 * J& & ' - A : fi S *
Mondav Morning Nov. 24
sunsctntTioN nAtra ,
UrCMll. , - - . ' 1 < "T *
No. 7 Fenrl BtieeV , Near Brou lv > ,
The council wcoln tonight.
II. H , Stewart , artist , al Ohayman'o.
See J. Iloitor's now itock of cloth * .
"Burr OaW is Uio attraction al lh
opera house lliia evening.
Another assortment of hata just ro
celvcd. J. J. Auworda & Go.
All the trains wore aovcral hours lot
yesterday on account of Iho storm.
The storm caused a postponement c
the spiritual social until nuxt Saturdaj
IMaco your orders for crayon portrait
for Iho holidays with Stewart , the artiit
Justice Schurz entertained about r
dozm of his friends the other night wJtl
an oyster auppor.
Saturday evening Justice Schurz per
formed the ceremony making J.W. Banks
and Tillio Schulln husband nnd wifo.
llcmomber that Seaman in poeilivcly
closing out his business nnd you will nave
money by purchasing your goods at105
GiinuTMAK GAUDS ( Jivr..v AWAY. On
all caah purchases of fifty cents and up
wards at ; Scaman'a cloning-out sale , 405
The mayor offers $50 to any citizen
who will capture a burglar and deliver
him at the city jail. Why not offer the
reward to the police ?
J. T. Harlor is cleaning out the ditches
along avenues A , B , 0 , etc , , in a manner
which pleases greatly the residents in
that part of the city , who say that it is
the boat work done yet in that lino.1 ]
Since the burglars made a break for
the private oflico of Mark Duryoo , man
ager of the Ogden house , oven the boll-
boya have boon armed , and a sorry time
time Is In stare fur the next thief found
loitering about there.
The mud and rubbish has boon allowed
to accumu'ato ' so on the paved utroots
that a stranger visiting the city would
hardly know that Council Bluffs had any
paving. There should bo sorao nystom of
Even the dnmocratlo organ will not
have the gall to say this time that Coun
cil Blufla sent a largo and onthuslaatio
delegation vo Omaha to uttond the ratifi
cation. A little too wintry a night.
A delegation of young mon from the
Omaha association will visit the Y. M. 0.
A. this nvoning to hold Iho monthly con
ference. Tnoso gatherings have all boon
profitable and Troll atlondod. An in
creased attendance is ozpectod this even
ing. All young men are invited to bo
The Nonpareil lays'jt "believes that it
is honorable journalism to acknowledge
and rectify orrora that may occur in its
columns. A gentleman alwayo apologizes
when ho finds that ho is in error ; a conceited -
ceitod fool novor. " As that paper hai
novcr apologized for publishing that
bogus News editorial , and never ac-
knowlodgsd or rectified numoroua other
grave orrora that have lately erupt into
its columns , it scorns in Its own opinion
to bo "a conceited but give the old lady
time. She is a liltlo alow getting around.
It is not atrango but very true that
Trlicn people want boots orahues for mud ,
snow and actual sorvicti they know that
is the only khui wo keep , and como to
UB for them. Wo appreciate thn favor
shown us. / , T. LINDHKY & Co.
"Tell the Truth. "
The Glebe , which Is , in fact , only the
dear old lady's evening doee , gives the
above heading to an artlclo attacking
TJIKBKK. It otarts out with , "TiiK HUB ,
with its usual bad grace , raises a hue and
cry concerning the excavating on lower
Broadway , preparatory to paving. 31 > .
Tillon should have road the contract
baforo publishing his attack against the
city government , etc. " The old lady'a
twilight nap is characteristic of the old
lady herself , and ia on a par with the
bogus Nttwa' editorial. Lot the Glebe
surprise itaolf tor once and "Tell the
Truth " The fact is , TIIK HKR makee no
such attack , aud raises nu such hue and
cry , nnd the Ho la made up out of whole
cloth. Yut the Glebe itiolf admits them
is Bomo cause for complaint , but that
"tho prrpurty ownurH will have litthi if
any ox Ira excavating to pay for " They
muy have aome to pjy for after all , oh ?
To Hlmo lral < : r .
Kemembor wo ivo Chicago discounts
.nnd terms on Hubbor Iluoti , Simon and
( Arctic * , and have the largcet exclusive
west ot Chicouo.
Z. T , IJINWSKY it Co. .
Bluifr , Iowa ,
iin H ( ililtil ,
L. colored nmn nuined Frtuman , living
on Wavhington avenuevraa yesterday
rrreeted on complaint of noiiie neighbors ,
w\o es.y ho wao beating hU littlu child in
a most brutal manuir , Kronimii has > iot
any gT ° al .reputation K\r kindueta toward
his nliV * nud children , Mid II hu In lulf MS
brutal as ii cbarjjod , ho ounuld be m
to feel the /mint / t < > f ttm lav thin time ,
To close the biianih. ' < I "Her my stock of
miscellaneous books , pio.'ure , fanzy good * ,
notion * , fire screens , cast ' "i willow and
oana high ohaira and childr , " " ruckors ,
at pricea never known before i' " * J'10 ' w.eBt-
U. E. Hoaraan. pupor , hooka ana atation.
cry , 004 Broadway , Council BluUJj.
* - " "
Order hard WQOd of I' . 0 cor ton.
TH.EVESJINDJHUGS . ,
A Mm Held Up on Main Street an (
nfs PocKets Rifflefl ,
Another Victim 01 aims to Have
Lost His Roll ,
Several Arrosieil on K
A man namou J. H. Crouch , was hel <
up nnd robbed on Main street about ]
o'clock yesterday morning. Ho had bsct
in the naloon formerly kept by Capt
lluosoll on Broadwty near Sovontl
atroot , and on leaving there wont up to
Main \lroot nnd down M in street tt
near Gregory's blacksmith ahop , where
ho was attacked , thrown down on tht
sidewalk , nnd after a struggle wh
relieved of what money ho had , about
$8.00. Ho noticed two men follow hin
out of the saloon , nnd wan quite cortaii
that they were the ones who robbet
him. From the description glvei
of them. Oflicors Cualck nnd O'Brioi
yesterday nrrcated two follows , who jave
their names na Tom Howard nnd FranK
Oliffurd. Howard was cnargoU with tht
robbery nnd Clifford as nn nccompllco.
Howard had § 5.25 on his person , and the
other had no money. They will have a
hearing to-day. The man who was
robbed is a farm hand. Ho did not re-
culvo any aorloua injury , but his clothing
ii badly torn.
MIBHT.D 1I1H MnNilV.
A man immed Foaa complained yester
day that ho had boon robbed of $ ! ( ) . _ It
appears that Saturday night ho was in n
condition where ho required help to got
to bed , nnd his son and Mlko Kildaro ,
well known to the police , nro said to
lave put him in hla little couch. FOBH
on waking found two ? 20 bills gene from
its pocket. Klldaro was taken into CUB-
, ody yesterday , nnd the police are work-
ng at the case to BOO if they can gotmoro
Ight upon it.
A MIDNIGHT I'UOWLEK.
About 1 o'clock yesterday morning P.
rl. Pryor , of TUB Bun oflico , living nt
No. 8ll ! Sixth nvonuo , was arrouaod from
lumber , and hoard nomebody apparently
working at the kitchen door. Ho wont
hero , and called out "Who Is there ? "
? here was silence for a moment , and In
oaponso to another moro sharply put
uory , the prowler replied that ho want-
d to find the way to Dale's barn. Ho
lid not wait for any great urging to go ,
mt quickly skipped out , the marks of
ils foot showing that ho had taken across
ota in his haste to got "to Dale's barn , "
r somewhere olai > . Pryor had no gun
with him , but has now arrayed himself
iko n walking arsenal , thii being the second
end visit inndo to his house. If nnothor
mo cornea Pryor will doubtless get thnt
! 50 reward offered by the mayor.
Ladioa' Stribloy & Co.'a line nnd mo-
ium fine shoes reduced In price.
/ T. LlNDHKY & CO.
ELAINE BbTTEES ,
row Sonio llnd to I'ny fur ltulii | > Too
Hiiro of llln Ulcclion.
Saturday afternoon some of the novel
> ota made before oloctioi were paid off ,
nuoh to the amuBomont of the by-atand-
ro , who watched the sport with glee ,
Ithough the weather waa nnythln hut
ovorahlo for street corner gaping. E.
I. Odull , the secretary of the board of
rado , wan ono of the victims. Because
ils favorlto , Dlatno , did not got there , head
ad to inako good hla proiuUo to GUI
Joriiiiiiin , which ho did by kicking his
vhlto Blalno hat along Broadway , shout *
ng "Ilurrfth for Olovoland" ovury limo
10 kicki'd. There wasn't much left of the
mt or of Odoll'a voice by the time the
clck waa ovor. Ona Bergman inarched
itlong with him , boating a big bass drum
with two sticks , ono not bolug ono ugh to
ixproaa hia dulight and onthuaiaBin.
iorgnian , as a buna drum aololat , allowed
ilmsolf to have gruat force and spirit ,
> ut Inckud in that dollcacyoftouch which
charaoturizon nuoh artists as Wall Mo
[ i'addon. Still hin ilobut was n anccoas.
Jim MoMiihun wna another victim Ho
whoolud Ooorgo Marwoud along Broadway -
way In H barrow , and ho too shouted for
Cluvuhuul , aa niton as hia gaeplng broatli
nnd waning atrongth would permit. Koil
Voorhla wna still another victim ,
llo had to shout for
Cleveland aa often aa his
lumocratlo friend , John Temploton , did.
They carried broonia with ilag on top ,
kiid Oecnr Ktipllngor , and \Vhlttloaoy ,
the brother of the ( ilobo'a city editor ,
'ullowod ault. Altogether It wai a novel
[ iroccBtlon. It waa cut short by the
wind and anew , which proved nliko dla-
igrtiuablu to victor and victim. Harry
Hunter , of the Nonpnrlol , waa to have
juun among the ohoutora for Clovolnnd ,
jut aa the old lady who employs him hns
lot yet given up thnt Blnino ia defeated ,
10 waa excused by Mr. Templeton until
ater In the auaaoii , hut ho still promises
; o como out in iluo timo.
" \Vhnl In tlio IiiUiiV
What is the mutter with buying n good
iair < ( Lullua ahoea for one dolUr out of
jur odd lot baeliut. Former prluu two
to four dollars. X. T. LINDSBV & Co.
HELPING THE HEATHEN ,
Tlio Wlhulonnry JMcrtliiKM Jlohl Jlcro
In nccurdnnco with tho' action of tlio
Presbyterian eynod , inlBsionury conventions -
tions nru belli ) ; hold ut dlllbrcut points Iti
the atnto to nwnkon , oepeclally ninoiif , ' the
1'rcHbj'torlaiiB , runawod nnd Inoruusud In.
torcat In the work of HprondiiiK thu goe-
pol in forolnu land * . Such p ounvriition ,
or morn property uu-oting , was hold here
ycateruay. It vraii plmiutil to have A
Saturday ovenlng moutlng , hut the atorm
duluycd the trains BO that uomo of ( ho
apoukuru did not iirrivu and the incuting
wan not hold. Vustordny furenoun thcro
was a hrgo nud intorcated nudicnco
gnthurod in the opcrn housu In hear Huv.
Dr. JclniBon. Ho ppoko patllculnrly up
on the work in India , n subject with
which ho haa benn made vuryamillor
by u rculdonco thcro of
twenty.two year , nnd lui
uxponta BOOH to roturu to that Hold in
which ha has BO long labored , Ho epoko
f the nect'fldtiea ol the work , the accotil.
bility of the people which the work has
ilready ( Luogmpllehcd uud ii Hcoompllah-
Inpr , nnd nvo some vpry inttrcotlnp iinr-
ratlvos cnncoriiidK thu cu 'orus and pc-
culinriticB of the people.
In the afternoon at the opera hnuaa
thnro wss n fair tslr.iniidicnco RRthorod
to licnr Miss H'S'plan spr-uk on the work
In Slam , n fielu hrro BHI hm been l lnr-
in ? for five ycnr . Her address was n
voiy intorotititK ! and Instructive ono.
Another meetii'R was arrariKrd for the
evening wllli H v Dr. Mi'choll an
spenker. llo Is n member of the board
of foreign inliiiioiis of Iho I'reabyterhn
church. Hev. T. S. lUiley , the Btatc
Bjuodioil mlaelonary , Mr . Walkp.r , ot
Colorado , and othwro who nro urently in
torcsted in the work , were also present.
Iloynoldi IJroB. , line shoos reduced in
prlcua. Call nnd pnt the now prirea.
/ T. LlNDHEY it Co.
TEDIOUS TRAMPING ,
A Mnn mid Hln "WlfoVulk Kroin
Dnvoiipoil n > Cininull lllulT * .
There appeared at police hcadquartorfl
hero Saturday n man and woman who
had , Indofld , a ntrnngo tab , they claiming
to have walked clear ncro i the state ol
Iowa , from Davenport to Council Bhifl'j.
Their pitiable appearance , tholr apparel ,
their marka of oxpoauro , their ahooa with
Bolca worn clear off , nil ncoinod to boar
wltuoan to the truth of their statomont.
They were objectn of pity , indeed. The
man gdto hia nnmo an Duke
Gregory , and Bald that three years
aio ho married the woman In Omaha ,
lior name being Clark. For two years
liu worked nt brush-making , but n year
ago mot with nn accident which crippled
hia feet , nnd laid him up for six months
Doing out of employment nnd out of
money , ho concluded to atari back for
Omaha , hoping there to moot aomo of his
> ld frionda , and got employment. The
ollicera nt headquarters chipped in
enough change to got the oorry couple
ilonty to oat , nnd paid their faro across
Try the llannn Shoo.
X. T. LINDSEY it Co.
O , O. JMiloi of Denver , ia at the Pnclflc.
J.M. | Jlnlloy of Kafjlo Orovo , put in Sunday
P. J. GallaRlior of Webster , was at Boch
, ee'a ! yesterday.
Mr , .Tool Eaton , the gas innu , haa rcturnei
rim tlio cant.
Judge Loofbourow nnd wife were at the
L. F. Hnclno of St. Louis , took his Sunday
dinner at the 1'acilic.
Conductor Samlormm , of the St. Paul , spent
iunday at the Ogden , with his wifo.
Kov. J. AV. Hurria , of the linpllst church ,
f Omnht , waa hero Saturday in route for
Nobr.wka City to preach there ypstordny.
Hon. U. 0. Nt > al of Oregon , npnut Snnilay
t tlio Ondon , where ho was calkd on by Mr.
'iisoy , Mr. Wirt , ami ether Council Ululla
J. P. Fall , the broker , of Silver Ottywai
n tlio lUnllsi Saturday , anil paid his rcipocU
o this dllico , nnd gave ordora to keep rlglil
nloiiK ondiiif him TIIK liKK.
Thoinaa Griflith died nt hla residence ,
0 ( Plorco Btroot , at 7 o'clock p. m. yes-
ortUy , aged 70 yoara. Notice of funeral
Ltzzio Dagan , n colored girl , haa boon
out to the reform school by Judge Aylci-
_ _ _ _ _ _
"Sport" Miller ia now taking stops to
invo hia wayward son eout to the reform
Rov. Thoa. MoClullnn , of Tabor , ouo
f the profuaaori hi the college there ,
iroachcd In the Oongrogntional church
OODNOIL HLUrrB MAUKBT.
Wheat-No. 1 mlllliiK , 60@G5 ; No. 2 , 58 ;
No. 8 , f.O : rejected ar.ft40. (
Corn Now , 'jr > @ 28.
Ont For local purposes , 35.
liny 8'i 00@7 00 per ton ; baled , 50@GO.
Ourn Moul 1 ! (0 ( per 100 pounila.
Wood Good miiiply ; prlcon nt yards , 6 00 ©
Ooul Dollvorod , hard , 9 50 per ton ) aoft
CO per ton
Lard Falrbank'n , wholesaling at OJc ,
Vlour CJty flow , 1 50@2 UO.
Uroomn i ! U5cjt : UO per do : .
Oattlo IJutchor oowa U a53 7C. Dutchor
tonr , U Tfifil i 00.
Slioop 2 60@ 00.
HORU I lHol ) ( ) U5.
ruonuoB AND rnuiTB.
Poultry l.lvo old linns , 2 CO per do2 ; aprinp
dilcknna , 3 60 per doz.
Uuttor Oroumory , L'8@tOo : ; choice country
JKgi 21 per dozen.
vi > < otjilloH - Potatoes , 80@40o nor buehol
onloiiH , I0@50o per bu ; npplos , choice coolcnif
ir ontiiiKi 2 50 ; bonna , 1 fi@li ( ) 00 . pui
) ii hnl ; Swcnt DotaUios , io ! uor Ib.
Cider 20o fur Bftl.
d 8 00 per bill.
I will nell ttio follow mi ; properly on euy tcnua U
tiouRlitltblii auil j8.
200 Aero Farm.
'Uo miles ncrtli nl Council IllulTj ; good liirn , lioaee
orchard , ami all tt'iicvd
400 Acre Farm.
l-lto mile * rant nl Logan , HvrlKOn , county , Iowa , all
luctfil. 'nixl nl , litrn , hauttH arcliinl , oto. ; 2 0
noii'M unilor | > lo > \ , | > U noun 'Ainu ttrav ) moailow , 10 :
crr tlmlHiraiil | i turo. TIlU Uun o3.i bociollj dl
> Idtil iLta tliroa tivtilrttlo mimll l tra * .
800 Acre Farm.
'Ix ' inllc twit olOnauk , llonona ooimtv , li\r , on
lii'JUpl tl\eriOixl ; liouw , liftrn SSillO Ii ol , Iwd
anlii , rluili , vto. ; "CO ucnu umliril w , haHuico In
linlKir , uiruilow ttiul | u turi > ; t llrit ol a stuck lariu
n ottrj ri'Kpoot.
240 Acres of Wild Land ,
Suitable for Forming.
J50 Head of Cattle ,
75 Head of Morses ,
: wo iio d of nog * .
Alto Farming JinpleniunU lullleitut tooairrou nM
Unn . AUi )
0,000 UiHholn of Corn , and -100 Tons of
Tame and Wild Uny.
< M Block , nnrn.lreil and maclitnory Ii illvliloj up
j ld fatnu , md will tU Bolj only In connection
ltd Mid lui' ' .
IleroU aKixvlrhanoflhrClioloo Block latnin , well
tockrtl , n ; l ) lor ork. 1'owbilon glun on date ct
iinhi.o. | ( OiBlrul.
Cll oil or Mdrc.'i
II I1. OADWKLI. ,
Council lllufr , Iowa.
Silks , Dress Goods < & ; Novelties
OF THE SEASON.
is very complete in variety nnd excellence of goods.
Cloakings , Plushes , Velvets ,
Eider , Down and Jersey
Tambour , Turcoman ,
Hurtain Goods , Window Shades , " Etc , , Etc ,
STOCK COMPLETE IN
MOQUETTE , BODY BRUSSELS , INGRAIN & HEME
Oil Cloth , Hugs , MultingSj Mats , Etc. , Etc.
401 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa :
From $5 to § 515 8aved on Every Suit ,
l.v h tlnff your Clothing made to or 'rr nt the Agency of the Great Mcnh-xnt Tal'otliKj Htu e
,12 PKAIIL ST. , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
All goo < I soM fulijoot ( ollicrfin.klpircttcllnioltho | ] fnllo lrr ( frtmrantto : rir t 71ie ( fowlj ID bo
( is trpre ntitl. ! Scaoi.ilWo . a * j tfiiamiittc > nt Ihir.lTtioiicou * lull In in cutting nliv v nt with
theirarnicnt. ruuitli Uo adil nut IIIR tothcitc \ \ claiult ( nr nny or nil > f the litiocttri * , snAm-
N rrnw or lire J lirn'd ' or iillipt [ , ; < ii rent oroi j liniin.iit | ! n I t < nnu nr lint II cJ ; ! \ Chfttnoito tkln
watch | CKCt In jmtit * or > p tj n > kin. I ol Imttoosun coat orui : , KaruiiM satin or wrco llnlura In exit
orc t , or 11 totit liiuk MOftl or | innt .
WilinlteocrjlKxlyo eMI snj pxuinno "iir coili ami | > rlc > 3 < . Onrjirl-c < riiuo < V ) t'llo .
8ult ; from $17 to iM nJ SJf . Dr sa Suit' , fr nn < W ftnJ U ] > Oicrconti , from i7 nnil Itji.
WA.VAMAKKIl V IIUOW.N'S , Tailoring Agency , Council tllu'l.
NORENE < § c ( ; LAND8TROM ,
Fall Goods Ready. Suits Mmlo to Order in Latest Style
, > n bhoit Notice and u lieusnniila Prices.
205 filaUi Strcot , Council lilufta.
fl.OCO EleUrlo IJclts f od ! for tLo Xlonth of Sept , by us.
References Any ot the LuslncM houses In Council Bluffs. JUDD It SMITn Proinletorj.
SalearooniB 319 , Broadway. Manufactory 30 , Fourth St. COUNCIL BLUFFS-
Keep IIorBCB and Mulea constantly on hand which
wo will acll in retail or wholesale lots.
All Stock Warranted as Represented.
Wlioluinlo nndrotitll drolcra In Orikln > nd Ualvtt Hay. 1'rloca
BonaMc. Bntlaction ( Ouiriutrcd.
SCKILTJTEK Sc BOOLEJ -
Corner Fifth Avo.ith St. , Council Bluffs.
BRUSH ft lOTjlJEU
LICADINQIEROHAUT ] \ TAILORS
7 and 9 Main atroot ,
Council. Burn's , IOWA.
A Complete Line of Fall Goods to Selecc From.
and 344 It roadway. COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA
COOKING- AND HEATING STOVES
Both new and fpcniid hand , ranging in prices from $ ! J.50 to
$25 each. Take advantage and call early to o' ' > iaiu
the beat bargains. I am making a bis ; reduciion in
Ae I ncud the room t iIlEjiby my block of slopes.
SPECIAL PEREMTQ&Y BALE.
p- * H IFH g * >
BLUFFS r - - - - - - -
It is with a feeling of the greatest pleasure and'/io / small degree of pride , that we make this announcement , and we extend a
cordial invitation to our friends and patrons throughout the entire community to examine the latest evidence of our business growth ,
The low scale of prices that will enrich our customers.
Ladies Russian Circulars ,
All wool English diagonal full fur collar and fur ornaments in back ,
$0.00 worth $10.00. The same as above with corset waist and faced
with satin , 88.50 worth $12.50 ,
Fine all wool English diagonal , full fur collar and fur ornaments in
back , four inches o fur around bottom nnd on both sides in front , cor
set waist and satin faced , $12 worth $10.
Heavy all wool MATAL > VS3E corset waist with sleeves. Satin
faced , full trimmed , six inches of fur on bottom 818 worth 824- .
All wool fur , trimmed NEW MARKElS , 87.50 to $18.
Extra fine quality MOHAIR SEAL PLUSH SILK LINED with
HEAL SEAL ornaments $25 , selling at other places at 8J5 ! to $45.
Canton Flannels in Remnants.
2000 yards Canton Flannels at 5c worth 7ic.
2000 do do do OJc do 8Ac ,
5)000 ) do do do 7c do lOc.
3000 do do do 8-lc do 12ic.
5000 do do do lOc do I5c.
gc'oond to none which ha ? occurred in the pist , and which which
will in oil probability remain a MEMORABLE EVENT in the future.
LUPIN PARIS GLOVES in nil sixes and complete assortment
colors and black , 50c tor THREE BUTTONS and 95c for Four But-
tons. The regular prices of thtse gloves as sold by other establish mente
is ? 1.25 for three buttons and $1.50 for four buttons , and they are
CHEAP ENOUGH at thoeo prices. This is WITHOUT EXAGGE.
GREATEST GLOVE SALE
evtr inaugurated in Council Binffe.
Professional Mnn , Mechanics or Laboring Men , are alike interested in
where to buy Dry Gools the cheipes' . Our expenses ore about one-half
that of other houses , and wo h-vo learned that
Dress Goods ,
At sweeping -eductions
Prompt Attention Given lo Mail and Express Orders , x
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA
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