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THE DAILY BEE-OUUJNOIL BLUFFS WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1885
THE DAILY BEE.
< WodnoBdayMorningSoptem'bor2 ,
fflea No. 12 Pearl St.
Delivered by carrier to any part oljtho city
or twenty cent ) a week.
II , W. TILTOS. Editor and Lo see
MINOR MENTION ,
Relter , merchant tailor , for fine goods
Free lunch at the Phoonlx every morn
5ng from 0 ko 11 o'clock.
Substantial abstracts of title and rea
citato loans , J. W. and E. L. Sqolre , 102
| I The Congregational accl&blo la to b
hold Friday evening o ( this week at th
residence of the pastor.
Permit to marry was yesterday given
to D. E. Wllloford and Mary Qrosham
fcoth of Washington township.
The motion for a now trial In th
Stewart case and in the case of Stem
against the city has boon overrated.
J. W. Porogoy has been rooleotod ai
treasurer of the school board for th
ensuing year , and 0. M. Harl secretary
f TholLadles1 Aid society of the Epl
copal church Is to moot this afternoon a
2:30 : o'clock at the residence of Mrs. J
Hard coal Is mm selling at $8.00 po
ton , and all kinds of hard coal atovos ar
selling at correspondingly low prices a
A. J , Mandol's , No. 325 Broadway.
The dog and pony show of Prof. Morrl
drew big houses at the matlnoo and
the evening performance yesterday , Al
who wont , old and young , seemed do-
There were seven applicants before th
supreme court yesterday for admission t
the bar. Two only were from thl
county , Hiram E. Booth , of Oarson , and
A. 8. Hazloton , of this city.
A largo dog , acting queerly , either mad
about something or poisoned , creator
some excitement and drew a crowd noa
the Methodist church yesterday forenoon
and was shot by Deputy Marshal Baton
Pat Hopkins , who was arrested on th
charge of mjllolous mischief , for having
damaged a tenant's furniture In throwing
it out of his house , hits waived exatnlna
tlon , and bonds have been fixed at $300
for his appearance at the next term of thi
The Sioux City train at on early hon
yesterday morning knocked a man off
the trestle work near LoMars. The man
was taken back to LoMars , where ho
aoon died. His name was not ascertained
by the BEE'S Informant , who was a passenger
sengor on the train.
DIED At the home of her aon-In-law.
Hobjrt ETantlngton , Ellen By water , aged
79. The funeral will take place from
Rob art Hnntlngton'a residence , 148
Graham avenue , at 2 p m. to-day. All
friends of the family are Invited to attend
without farther notice.
The great and popular attraction for
all , the Woman's Exchange Exposition ,
opens Monday , October 5th. Every
evening will bo varied with a aeries of
entertainments now perfected by those
having the matter In charge. Remember
the great opening day.
The circuit court mot In Avoca Mon
day , and a loir defaults wore taken ,
there not being time for the hearing of
cases. Adjournment was had until No-
Tombor 10 , at which time It la expected
there will bo trials by jury and other
regular business , which has now been
George Heaton has been given the n
L contract for supplying the schools with
coal for the ensuing year. Mr. J. K.
Cooper , who Is ono of the members of
the board , Is the wolghmastor and book
keeper for Mr. Heaton , ao that the
board seems to have a double guaranty
that the contract will be carried out In
good faith , and to the best interests of
the public. last
Harry Flnloy , whoso homo Is in Leon , ing
Iowa , baa been lodged in the county jail
bore to await the action of the grand
jury. It Is claimed that Flnloy , while
stopping at a hotel in Oarson , sneaked of
into the next room , occupied by a man
named Etrelckson , and stole a salt of
clothes and some trinkets. Ho had an
examination , the result of which was his
being bound over. Daputy Sheriff Kinney
noy brought him to this city. by
leUerday afternoon a railway man
named Fred Rudacampf picked np a law
poolcetknlfe in Bityllss park , and gave It Ho
to the park policeman , Billy Dean.
Soon after , Fred Nowmoyor claimed the A
kulfo of Rudacampf , and was quite in
dignant because It was not promptly pn
banded over to him , the park policeman each
Insisting on his describing It In every do- Ho
tall. Some hot words were Indulged In ,
and Nowraeyor was arrested on a charge
of disturbing the poaco. He gave bonds
for his appearance this morning. will
The ushers at the opera house deserve
special praljo for the contlemanly and way
efficient manner In which they have cared
for the great crowds which have been
drawn to the opera house by the enter
tainment given by Prof.Morrla' dogs and
ponies. The Dsboraseeni to have bo tome Tli
ao thoroughly posted as to the location of
every teat , taut even vhen there la such
a tush the ; mike faw.lf any mistakes , and
they rapidly atd quietly eu t the until- and
ence. Iho Three
only complaint hoard wat
from a dead-head reporter , who insisted first
on ploVlog oat hfs own seat , and wta
then hot because he would not be allowed trlct
to remain in the wrong one , He will get been
over It , however. Only g vo him time tn Ella
reflect how foolish and Incontinent he of
Wedding ptescn liwutrV , 23 Main city
I FOUND , BUI DEAD.
The Body of Frederick Bpctmnn He
covered from the lltvor ,
For several daya the many friends o ;
Frederick Spetman , a well-to-do farmer
of Mills county , have been In anxiou
suspense over his sudden and mystorloui
disappearance. His description had bee n
scattered over the country , and a reward
offered for the recovery of the body , it
being supposed that ho had either fallen
Into the river by accident , or else fonll
murdered. Yeatorday morning P. W.
Spotman it Bro. , of this city , received
telegram from Olaudo Watson , coroner of
Otoo county , Nob. , and dated at Ne
braska Olty , September 21 , saying
"Man found in river hero to-night , an
swcrlng description of Frederick
Spotman. Oomo or telegraph
at once. " On receipt of thli
Mr. Hoist , of Hoist it Spotman , and Mr ,
F. W. Spetman , at once started for Ne
braska Olty , accompanied by Mr. Oharlei
Ktith , the general agent of the "Q. '
Later In the day other telegrams were ro <
cotvcd stating that the body was surely
that of Mr. Spotman , and that arrange
ments had been made for bringing him
homo on the evening train , the train to
bo stopped between Hlnton and Island
Park , at a spot about forty rods from the
homo of the unfortunate man , whence
ho conli easily bo taken. The telegrams
received during the day were chiefly
about the arrangements In regard to getting
ting the body homo , and contained no in
formation as to the details of his death
The coroner's Inquest throw no llgh
upon the myo'ery of the death. Then
were no marks of violence on the body
but the absence of the money which -the
deceased had when ho left home , arouses
suspicion of fonl play.
Tlrod of Drunken Abuse.
The BEE yesterday morning contained
an account of the doings of a German , |
named Rudolph Kuentzlo , who was ar-
roited and put In jail for having a row
with his wife , whom ho had followed
here from the old country , Yesterday
the wife , Emlllo Knontzlo , commenced
proceeding ) In the district court to so-
euro a dlvorco. She eota np In ber pot !
tlon that she was married to htm In 1875
in Bilschlne , Prussia. Ho Boon took to
drink , and became a habitual drunkard
and waa BO cruel and abusive that ahe
feared for her life. Ho at ono time
stabbed her with a knife In ono of hla
frenzied spoils. She left him , and came
to this country , but he followed her to
this city , and ho has commenced his at
tacks upon her again. In coming to
land of freedom eho wants to secure
John Forgot , brakeuian on the Kansas
Olty , while trying to dislodge some i
tramps In a box car on the train was shot' '
by them in the arm. This occurred
Monday night wbilo the train was pass
Ing through Nodaway county , Missouri ,
Two shots were fired by the tramps , one
of which badly shattered tbo brakeman's
0. R. Bolter , of Logan , was in the city
Rlloy Clark , of Noolo , visited the Bluffi
Rev. Dr. Cleland , of Keoknt , Is greeting
his old friends here.
Smith MoPherson , ox-attorney general of
the state , is hero attending court.
C. 8. Keenan , of Shenandoah , is among the
attorneys in attendance at court. $
Frank Shinn , of Carson , waa in the city
yesterday , showing hia speed on the type
Mr. Taylor , of Taylor & Calef , baa re
turned from his visit to his old Vermont If
W , R , McColIouflh went out on the "Q"
yesterday morning to visit the heavy hard
ware trade ,
Mr. Perkins , of Perkins' windmill fame , is
the city , the guest of H. 0 , Addis , general
agent for the mills ,
Mr , Cranston , of the Methodist book con
cern , Cincinnati , 0. , is in the city , looking
after some property here.
Mrs , George Thompson returned yesterday
morning from Rockford , Ills , , where she has
been Tinting for the past four weeks ,
A , W. Oourson stopped over in this city
yesterday on his way from Lincoln , Neb , , and
evening took the O. , B , & Q. east.
Finley Burke , of Orange City , Is here , look
after the interests of bis clients in tha su
preme court and greeting bis many old friends . _
Charley Bray , who has been In the employ
the Chicago lumber company in this city as
bookkeeper , is now loca ed in the Pacific ex
W. A. Wells , who has been prosecuted
some of the citizens of Carson for
selling Intoxicating llqucrs contrary to
, seems to bo getting the worst of It ,
was tried recently before -Justice
Stotdard , of Oarson , and the jury hung.
change of VODUO waa taken to Mace
donia , and there the case was tried the
other day , and the jury found him guilty
five cotmtf , and ho was fl ted $50 on
, making the snug little sum of $250
bas taken an appeal to the district
conrt , and hopes to got more consiUtlon
Harmony Chapter No. 25 , 0. E. 8. ,
hold a ipeclul meeting at the res
idence of Ore Johu Iv-ller , corner Broad.
and Bancroft , Thursday evening at
, on business of Importance. By
order of tha W , M
THE BUPKEMB OOURT ,
re o Decisions to nivrk the Opening
Day of the Term ,
The supreme court mot here yesterday And
will continue in session several days Andc
decisions were rendered. The c
was In the cats of the state vs Elijah
Thnrman , from the Wayne county dli
court , in which the defendant had MAX
tried nnd convicted for abortion on
Vaughn , who dkd from the effect *
the drugs and lostromsnta used. The
supreme court affirmed the Gnding.
W. II Derapny and others against * hu
of Barling on and o hera. Appnal
the Dei Molnts circuit court. The ffo.
plaintiffs brought this action In cqult
for the purpose of having a certain ord !
nance of the city declared Invalid , It be
Ing an ordinance vacating a portion of a
' alley. In the circuit court , on a hearlc ,
theto , the petition wtsdismissed , and thi
plaintiffs appealed. The supreme conr
affirmed the decision of the circuit court
0. E Adams & Co. , and others agalns
Frank T. Piper and others , appellants
From O'Brien district conrt. This nctloi
was to recover damages for libel. It wa
claimed that the defendants had charge )
the plaintiff ; , who are dealers In grain
with having formed a combination to re
dnco the price of grain , ono of th
plaintiffs , purchasing ono day , and th
I roth or the next , and BO on , and that as
l csult the price of grain was kept lower
than In the neighboring towns. Th
plaintiffs secured a judgment , and thi
defendant appealed. The supreme cour
do that the charges were not of sue'
n nature i as to provoke the plaintiffs t
wrath , or hold thorn up to public con
tempt , as It was well known that grali
men were In the habit of forming com
blnatlons to control prices , and that such
being a custom of thetrado , there was n
damage , and the case was reversed.
If yon with to maKe legitimately from
Ton to Fifty Dollars per day , write tc
Jndd & Smith , No. 34 Fourth street ,
The exposition given under the auspice ;
of the Woman's Exchange , Is now nnde
way , and will open on Monday , Octobe
15. It is hoped it will excel In excellence
lonco and success the same entorprle
ono year ago. It is to bo held In th
skating rink , the most suitable bulldlo
in the city for such an affair , as thi
rooms are all In ono floor and are easy
of access. The diagrams for boothi
are now ready , and all wishing to maki
use of this excellent opportunity to exhlbi
The various lines of goods in thi
various trades can have a choice of loca
tlon by applying at once to tbo president
Mrs. George S. Phelps , or the secretary
Mrs. E. D. F. Fisher ,
Dr. Wiles , Eye , F and Throaf
peclalist , Rr om 5 , Eve' ett bjick.
HOTIOE. SpooUl k veitlsomen luo 11 Loil
foand , To I/o n , for Sab , To Ren Want ) , Board
Inj , etc. , trill bo Inserted In Ihls column at lh
iat < ol TEN GENTS PER LINE ( or the flrit InBertloi
tnd FIVE CENTS PER LINE (01 each labsoqnenl In
Bortlon. LcavcadvertloemdDti al oui offlo , No ,
Peal I etrost near Broadway
J7 OU SALE Cheap , a No. 4 Westminster
Burner , In perfect order. Inquire at 121 Bin
OH SALE-A. NO. 4 Westminster bise burner In
perfect order. Itqulrent 124 Bluff street ,
RENT \ new sevoiMOom house , inquire al
FOR BALK Houses lote and Iinil. A. J. Stephen ,
eon , COS First Avenue , Council B uDa .
FOR RENT A six room houeo , ten mlnntcs walk I
from business , city w tcr , well anil cistern. For |
FOB RENT No. ISO Harrison etreet , three rooms ,
MclUuoN & Co.
4 Poatl stieot.
FOB SALK , FOB BENT OR EXCHANGE.
NO. 63 For sale or rent , on very Ibernl terms.
Tbo Coun-ll Bluffs Paper If III , complete , will
the largo boarding houao and lliiee acres of gruund
No. 28 Albu'lnesa.proporty In Cherokee , Che *
cnuntv , Iowa , will ttade ( or western bade. valu
No. 88 A beiutltul home In the town of Haul Ings ,
Mills county , Iowa , for Nebraska land. Value , $3,600 ,
Ho. 41 A good business pirpetty and also a good
residence property In the town ol Chenro , McLean
county , 111. , low down for cash or will exchange foi
Vo 178 A splendid farm , well Improved , ( UOacrei
In Dickinson county , Iowa , joining ; the town of Eplri' '
Lake. Price , for a short time ; 835 per aero.
No. 184 to 187 Are four Improved farms In Phillips
county Hanson , eaca with a small Incumbrauce ,
The equltos will bo exchanged for unlncumbcrc
wild land In Nebraska.
No. 133 480 acioc In Holt county , Neb , , partly
Improved , at a big bargain , fl ants to exchange fo
No. 61A fine two story brick rieUenoo , cnool
tbo best locations In Council Bluffs , will trade foi
jtood unlncumbered Kansas or Nebraska lands. Value
No 65 aud 11 Are two other beautiful homes In
Council Bluffs , which cash payment Kill buy at a
No. 68 A baautlful suburban location In IOWA
City , Iowa , will exchange for western lands. Value
The above are only a few of our special bargains.
you're gf > t anythlngjto trade or tell , or want to
sell any real estate or merrhandlee , write in We
v several good stocks of goods to trade for hinds ,
BWAN & WALKER ,
Council BluDs , Iowa.
Kiel Sale Stables. El
Horses and Mulraoonstantly on hand , for Bale at re
tall or In carload lJU.
. All Stock Warranted as Represented ,
Wboletalo and retail dealers In K'alnand Baled Ilay.
Prices reasonable. Satisfaction guaranteed.
SCHLUTER * BOLEY
GOT. 5th Av. and 4thSt. , Council Bluffs.
. Bice M. D. Chi
O or other tumor remove ! without the
lJj knlfa or drawing of blood.
CHRONIC-DISEASES , Me
JT. L. D BEVGI8B.
Union Mel iieni Me
l > Eqi
ETo. G07 Broidwwr Ooanoll Blaffs.
B. SOHUBZ. Fat ?
ornoB OTBB AMUJUOAH ixli
ONLY HOTEL 'all ' E
In Council Bluffs having
all modern Improvementa , call bells , fire
alarm bells , etc. , ia the FiG
CRESTON : HOUSE G
Noa. 215 , 217 and 219 , Main Street.
, - PROPRIETOR
MltS. A. B. JlOBEfiTS , ileM
Form rly of New York
Cutting and Fitting Bitkbllubmeat 42
34 Pearl St. , Council Bluffs.
GUM , GUM , GUM
Rubber Boots , Shoes and Arties
v AID v OIL
Eastern Prices .Duplicated ,
Seiid for Illustrated Catalogue.
Z. T. LINDSEY & CO ,
Warehouse aud salesroom , 41 N Main sfc , Council Bluffs , Iowa ,
Office 412 Broadway
Our buyer writes from New
York that lie lias purchased the
Largest and Choicest Line of
Ever Shown in this citv. These
goods are now arriving dailv and
WE resnectfully invite everybody
to call and see them.
Oil Cloths ,
OF ALL KINDSj
Window Shades ,
Cornice Poles ,
Etc , , Etc.
AT > OPULAR PRICES.
Council Bluffs Carpet Co1
342 and 344 Broadway , Council
Bluffs , Iowa.
Mens' ' Fall& Winter Wear
Mens''and Roys' Business Suits Bt
Wens'and Boys' Dress Suits ,
jhildrons' every day & Dress Suits. Bti
3vercoats dren. < for Men , Boys and Chil i
Merchant Ta'lor ' Suits ,
Merchant Tailor Overcoats , I . .
Merchant : Tailor Trowsers.
Squtil to the best , to order , Ki
half the pr c < *
rnens' Suits and Overcoats Po ,
raens1 Suits and Overcoats.8tr
raens' Trowsers. cal :
Seamless Shins and Drawers in
Scotch wools , medicated Scarlets ,
< * heavy Balbriggrans , faacy col-
Wools and n ixed qualities
25o each to 81.50.
Dunlan ud Stetsou's Hats for
Furnishing Goods p
GInvps , Neckwear , Suspender. ' ,
kerchief tf , Uollora and Cuffd ,
firt-t c ass qualities and reasonu-
Metcalf Brothers , lenti
Betail Department ,
and 314 : Broalway , Council
Bluffs , la
The New York
Council Bluffs , Iowa
LIC and PRIVATE
SYSTEMS of SEW
ERAGE , WATER
WORKS and YEN-
ed and constructed.
in all its branches.
This comnanv have
one of tliebest assort
ed stocks oi plumb
ing goods in the west.
Harry Birkinbine *
NEW YORK ,
55 BRO AD WAY
Telephone No ,
Waves , J ]
Shampooing , 41
And Cutting.Ig (
HAIE GOODS ,
Bangs Cut Pamprdour , Langtry or
MRS. 0. L. GILLETTE ,
29 M ln "St. OnnncirBlutfg. Ge
Ihorough Instruction on the oil Lace 131
Piano and Organ.
Ifoice Culture and Tbrf
Persons desirous of receiving in- Q
itrucliou in the above will please
on or address *
PROF , C. B , LIPFEHT ,
fto 620 , First Ave. , Council Bluffo ,
820 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Sold on Monthly Payments !
kinds of repairing on If us leal Inittu- mail '
a 8 | cialty"
JTA.COH 8ZM8 ,
ifiorney at Law ! \
COUHCJI-BtD 0 I
darkness Brothers ,
We shall offer at CASH SALE , until sold , a large in
voice o COTTON FLANNELS at 25 per cent below tha
prices heretofore tsted ,
10 dozen Blankets at 1,25 to $2 , worthirom $2 to $3.
These goods wera bought at Auction Sales and will not
bo duplicated. Parties -will do well to secure them while here.
Our new stock of
DRESS FLANNELS ,
PLAIDS , Etc. ,
Are unusually attractive and never so cheap as now of
Are received ami our stochis well assortedJor
the early fall trade.
Rugs , Door Mats , Etc , , Etc ,
411 BRDADffiT , COUMIL BLUFFS ,
W. P. ATLSWORTH
HOUSE MOVER AND RAISER.
1010 Ninth Street , Council Bluflt
j. m. PHILLIPS ,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Boots < fe Shoes
Employ DO traveling Agents , thus saving their expenses to customers.
Agent for Para Itubber Company. Writs for prices.
413 Broadway , Council Bluffs , la
] Heating Stoves from $3 to $10 Each.
Cheap Furniture. Uook Stoves and General Honse Furnishing Goods , including Now and Second
008 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS.
Gentlemen's Clothing Clannod , Dyed and Repaired. Ladles' Dresses Ulaauerl and Dyed
rltbout ripping , Flumes Cleaned , or . Colored any Shade , to Sample. Milks , Velvets and
Bluffs Cleaned , opposite Dyed postolfioo and Retmiahod. , Laca Curtains neatly cleaned ; 20 Mala street , Coan-
F. B. PATTON , Manager.
Office & Pusev.
3ounoll Bluffs , Iowa.
: ttab/isfief 1865
is OFFICER Jf.W. HPDHE
rrs. D. 4. Benedicts ,
Ko. 37 BroKlway , Council Illufls.
Ill GOODS HAIR GOODS
i/ all kinds Of every stt/le
'e to order , ready made.
It GOODS. HAIR GOODS.
HEMEU fs SEABIQIIT ,
No 31 N. Miiin St. , Council Bluffs
OYUphone No , HI.
All work first cloai.
D , A , BENEDICT ,
Damprt Lafidcr Co
All ( tylei of Lvlders coiialantly In ( took
made from spruce pint ) plank. Tke
very beat ,
No 10 Pearl 8t , - - Council U )
Over Bununoll'd Book Store.
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