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    6 OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY , MAY 1. 1888.
THE D-AJLY BEE
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
OFFICE , NO. 12 PEAKb STUEET.
Delivered by Currier In Any Part of the City nt
Twenty Cents I'cr Week.
II. tV.TlLTON MANAGER.
TELEPHONES *
Hewr. " * Orncie , No. 43.
N lour KDiTOM. No. 33.
MIXOlt MENTION.
N. Y. Plumbing Co.
New spring goods nt Heller's.
Additional Council Blufis newa on the fifth
page.
A very Important meeting of the board of
trade is called for this evening. Every incm-
licr should ho present.
The pews m St. Francis Xavlcr's church
will ho sold nt public auction nt the church
this evening nt 7 o'clock. All nro invited to
purchase scats.
Captain W. A. Hnycs , ono of the newly np-
pointed members of the police force , yestor-
dny stepped up smiling , nnd got the
necessary permit to wed Mary F. McCaulcy.
Yesterday morning City Auditor Hnmmcr
Issued tlil.MJO in special assessment grading
bonds to Si. Callahun , It. C. Mitchell , I .
Sweeney , It. C. Dergcr , J. W. Kelley and
Owen Bros.
It was Intended to hiwo begun the paving
of Broadway yesterday morning , but owing
_ to nn unexpected delay the curbing was not
* ' reudy , nnd the work will not bo commenced
S- until next Monday morning.
Some of the invitations to the Kngan lec-
lure not having been delivered promptly , it
has been decided not to open the diagram at
Hushncll's until 8 o'clock this morning , so
that -ill can Imvo an ecjual opportunity of se
curing scats.
The Virginia Tobacco works , of Nodaway ,
Va. . have commenced suit against the Coun
cil Bluffs Insurance company for $1,000 ,
claiming that the company liaU nn Insurance
policy on property that was burned there n
year ago last Mnrcn. .
The delegates to the democratic state con
vention at Ucs Moincs loft last evening over
the Milwaukee. Among the party wcro
Messrs. Lacy. Plumcr , Straight , AV.vland ,
Groncwcg , Ilarvoy , Henry , Uowinnn , Guan-
olln , Wymun , Flammaiit , Underwood and
Dye.
Dye.Tho concert nt the Congregational churcli
to-night is to be a treat. Nat Brigham is to
givu some of his solos , and Mr. Tabor will
preside at the organ. There nro numerous
other attractive features , and It being a
bcncllt for Prof. lo ) Normamlie , the house
should bo full.
.7. It. Davidson is preparing to put up at
once a two-story brick building on Main
street next to Spctmun & liro. The building
will be 28x71 feet , iron and plato front , and
faced with pressed brick. The ceiling will
bo corrugated iron , and a freight elevator
will bo put in. The upper floor will bo di
vided into ofllccs , and the building will bo
provided with water closets niul other con
veniences. Thooldframo building will be
moved oft nt once , so there will bo no delay
in getting the work started.
Scwcr connections and house sewers
laid by N. Y. Plumbing company.
Travelers ! Stop at the Bcchtclc.
A full line of crockery and glassware
at Lund Bros. , No. " 3 Main stroot.
Slieafo loans money on real estate.
/J. G. Tipton has several fine bargains
n houses and lots if taken soon.
Personal
Dan Canigg loft hist evening for Dubuquc
for a visit of a few days.
E. J. Stro'.v spent Sunday at homo nnd left
yesterday morning on "tho road. "
C. E. Michaels loft the city yesterday for a
trip in the iateicst of the Mueller music com
pany.
Mr. Ccphus Hawks and wife , of Goshen ,
* Ind. , are the guests of A. B. Walker , 71)5 )
Sixth avenue.
Miss Julia Indcn , of Yunkton , Dak. , is
„ visiting her brother , W. F. Indcn , on AVash-
ington avenue.
* E. P. Fuller , of Westllcld , N. Y. , is spend
ing a pleasure season with his relatives on
Willow avenue.
Mrs. Blackenburg , of Philadelphia , and
Mrs. Dr. Longshor , of Harlan , are visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Stcadinau.
E. H. Slieafo loans money on chattel
security of every description. Private
consulting rooms. All business btrictly
confidential. Office 500 Broadway , cor
ner Main street , up-stalrs.
A Few ItcstlcsH Church Folks.
The First Baptist church has ever since its
organization been so unfortunate as to have
a small and rather discordant clement , who
have caused no little amount of trouble.
Much of the time this element has been kept
balanced and in subjection to the majority ,
who have been earnest nn $ Jjarmontous. A
few ycais npo by the uijlormnato conduct of
the Jh en iiiisTof , XUj > Vaiwas a general scatter
ing ailij tn"0 chUich cTrganizatlon was well
nigh j ned. Out of the wreck the present
y.nbtor , itov. Dr. Cooley , n wise leader , has
gathered up a goodly membership , and rally
ing n largo number of others , lias succeeded
in building up a strong , active and apparently
harmonious church. A few have begun
another agitation , in favor of some changed
and in order to get a full expression as to the
sentiment of the church , a meeting has been
held. The vote being taken on the retention
of the able pastor , it was decided by un over
whelming majority that hu should be re
tained. There wcro less than a dozen who
held a different view. Dr. Cooley has done
for this church what few other men could
have done , und the members seem to appie-
ciato it.
Warburtou & Iwnrscn , fashionable
dressmakers , No. 32 Pearl st.
( Office of tbo Council Blurts City Wntcr-
| works Co. , No. llfl Pcnrl street. April 27 ,
s 1688. To consumers of water : This com-
' r/auy / will consider tlmt ull consumers Avho
have not pnlil water bills duo April 1 before
MayS , as wishing to discontinue the use of
the water , and upon May ! i all such delin
quents will bo shut art without further no
tice. Tlio ofllco of the company will bo open
from 6 a. in. to fi p. in. , and from 7 to 0 p. in. ,
daily , except Sunday , until the expiration of
this notice , HAHUV Himu.smNf ,
H General Manager nnd Chief Engineer.
' "JMnnmvn Clark" Ann In Heard From.
Yesterday a quit claim deed was lllcd for
record by which frank Clark , who gained
such notoriety in connection with the Man-
nwa hotel , pretends to deed to ono K. D
Mills , of Atchlson , Kan. , all his interests in
the property. The deed is marked at the top ,
"Mantuva hotel propelty , " by which it up-
' . pears that Clark Intended to deed what
rights ho hod in the property , and tlmt M11U
supposed ho was pelting tliese rights. Tot
Bomo reason the deed contains n description
of lots in block 91 , whereas the hotel is In
block 80. This inny bo a mistake , and If so ft
needs to bo corrected before Mr. Clarke suc
ceeds in dcodintnvhut rights he may Imvo in
that property. It is understood that
Clftrk novcr claimed to have any
interest In the block desciibeU
in the deed , so It must bo some mistake.
The consideration is only f $ ' . > , from which it
appear * that Clark docs not consider his
equltlctt in tlio hotel property as very val
uable. It appeuis that Mills took the deed
in settlement of some claim against Clark ,
who Is no\v operating in Atchlson , nnd aftoi
ha deed ; wrote to parties hero td
take it on his hands. Ho will doubtless ho n
little surprised to learn that if Clark has any
rights to HID property ho has not deeded
thom in this instrument , hut has named lot :
in another block. Thu little transaction dooc
not practically ulTcct the Manawa hotel , as il
is understood tlut Clark's interest is noi
enough to hardly warrant making out are
papers.
V. jr. C. A. Gymuastiiin.
The exhibition to bo given this raoi..o b ;
the classes of the gymnasium promUos to t > i
one of the best entortalnweuU of the season
The boys will probably holt ! forth iu the Ma
sonic temploand the nrogiuinme will bo inter
sperccd with inueia by the best .wlont in th <
city. This will be u novel eutcttaluruent fc
' Council Bluffs i > eops , who : p Us/ail will i '
the boys a crowded !
fe ,
FEARFUL FALL OF I1TE HEN ,
Whllo Tearing Down The Roof of
the Old Catholic Church.
THE DEMOCRATIC DIFFERENCES.
TnlkB With Both Slclcs-Tho Baptist
Church Itctnlns Its Pastor A
Double Wedding Tbo
City Fathers.
A Fearful ( Fall ,
Yesterday startling accident occurred
during the progress of the work of tearing
down the old Catholic church. A gang of
men were on the roof tearing nway the old
rafters , when several of the timbers sud
denly gave way , falling with n terrible crash
Into the basement below , and hurling with
them four men * The distance was fully
thirty-five feet , nnd ns one of the chimneys
fell at the snmo time , it seemed almost n mir
acle thnt the men who went down In such n
tnnglcd crash of timbers and flying brick es
caped with no fatal injuries. The four who
were injured wcro Henry Slaughter , A.
J. Davis , Charles Adams nnd Uuck Poland.
They nil received cuts nnd bruises of
n painful nature , and were speedily being
cared for by Dr. Pinnoy , whoso omen was
fortunately right across the street. Slaughter
had a cut on the f iicc , near the eye , a scratcli
on the chin , nnd n painfully bruised hip , but
was nblo to wnlk nnd illd not consider his In
juries serious.
A. J. Davis had n bloody bruise on the
check , nnd Ills hip and back wcro quite sore ,
ho having been caught under some of the fall
ing timbers , and unable to get up until these
timbers wcro lifted from oil him. Ho was
able then to wnlk about. Charles Adams was
ono of the more seriously injured. The ex
tent of his hurts cannot bo determined for a
few days , ns he was apparently injured more
internally than externally. Ho was con
scious , though suffering grently , nnd was
taken to his homo on lo\\er Uroadway in a
carriage. Young Poland was also badly
hurt , his chest paining him greatly ,
rendering it dlfllcult for him to breath.
There appeared to bo no bones broken , and
It is hoped that In a few days ho may recover
fully.
John Rccch had n most fortunate escape ,
as he was with the other men , but when the
timbers fell carrying them down , ho clung to
the brick wall , and was not injured.
It seems that there was great carelessness
on the part of those who hud charge of the
tearing down of the old building. The sup
ports had been removed from under the roof ,
and the naked rafters were simply resting
on the walls with nothing to support them
from below , and nothing to prevent their
swaying or spreading out of place. The
work of taking down these timbers required
some skillful and experienced man , who
could direct the men carefully , and had such
been the case the accident would probably
have been avoided. As It was the escape
from fatal consequences was very fortunate.
The oldest firm , and largest stock of
wall paper in the city. All the new
shades in ingrains and valours. A few
patterns in gilts at lOc per roil Niles ,
402 Broadway.
That Democratic Split.
An nrticlo appeared in yesterday morn
ing's ' Republican to the effect that Robert
Huntington , the recently defeated candidate
for the ofllco of city clerk , who acted as tel
ler at the caucus in the First ward , had
"confessed" to counting Whatermnn in , nnd
Rudto out in thocold. . As it seemed emi
nently unrensonablo that a person should
confess such n thing even if guilty , a Ben
reporter called upon Mr. Huntington , nnd
asked if the statement was true. Ho
promptly characterized it as a "bare-faced
lie , unqualified by and maliciously false , " and
said the most that he had ever said in regard
to the matter was that he had worked harder
for Waterman's nomination than any ono
else in the First ward , and that ho thought
Waterman's action in afterward voting
against him in the city council most ungrate
ful. In regard o the report that the Young
Men's Democratic club is to bo reorganized
with Mr. Huntington as picsidcnt , that gen
tleman spoke as follows :
"I am nwaro that there is much dissatis
faction existing within the club over the
recent action of the council in particular , and
the general action of the leaders in general ,
but as far ns the brcakitiguu of this club and
the organizing of a new one is concerned , the
idea is simply preposterous. "
One of the leading "bolters" is Dan Car-
rigg , who expressed himself in this manner :
"I am sorry I was a democrat nt the last
election , but I won't be caught the snrriaf y
again. Some of us are disgusted vvitll the
way these cjd 'ringbo ' ; sinr6 3oing business -
ness nnd wo nre coin gout on a strike. Wo
have it all planned , nnd there arc just thir-
tQC'l Ci these fellows who are licking off the
cream now , who will bo slaughtered. Wo
won't have anything to do with them , and
they can't even attend ourmcctings when we
reorganise. You say there are flvo demo
crats in the council , but there are but two ,
ICephcr and Uollingcr. I tell you wo feel
soi'o towards AVatcrman and wo don't deny
it. I admire Weaver , oven If ho was against
us , for ho stood straight clear through , but
Waterman made a stand nhtt then sneaked
out , and wo have no use for him. This talk
about Howinan and his gang doing all the
work is wrong , for other folks do the work
nnd they got the benefit. If wo can't win an
election wo can throw it to the republicans. "
Mayor Rohrer was asked for his opinion in
the matter , and said : "Why , its the great
est lot of bosh I have heard in u long time.
They talk about having money to buy n news
paper und all such things , but I waht to sec
it before I bcliovo it. I don't bollovo they
can even make a little jingle. They will have
their little splurge , but I don't think they
will over attempt to make a split. "
Honey at low rates on first-class tarm security.
Burnlinm , Tulle ) a & Co. , llCJfoln street.
J. G. Tipton , Real Estate , 627 B'way
Union Abstract company , 23(5 ( Main street.
S. B. Wadsworth & Co. loan monoy.
THE MORRIS TYPE WRITER.
PHIOK $1K.
IsathoroueWy practical , well made nnrt flnelj
llnUlifd machine , Combines the I'EUMCTI.ET :
TKHINO , EXACT ALIGNMENT ona lUi'in WHIT
isn of a high priced writer with SIMPLICITY
Couiyuctueei und Hurablllty. Send for circulars
AOI5NTB WANTKO.
P. K. GAGE Tlio r.xtclslor Co.
) Main St. .
LINCOLN , NEB. , Council Dhi ( Is ,
Gcu'lAfcnt. Agt , tor Western 1 own
D. H , McDANELD & 00 , ,
Hides. Tallow , Pelts ,
Wool and Furs.
Highest Market Prices. Prompt
Returns.
83) niid iZ ! Main Btrci't.t'ouncil rilutrs.Iovra.
ACCIDENT INSURANCE ,
$5,000 AT DEATH !
f25 Meekly iKdeinalty for Injury. Costs but I ! ;
per year lr. the Old HeiUblo United Ptatca > lu
hi \ Auidunt AA relation of Niuv Voi k.
Koou.3 , Oiiara llcubtt BUcii ,
OFFICER & FUSEY ,
BANKERS.
iwr.
SPECIALNOTICES.
NOTICE.
. havIxxt , Found ,
To LOAH , Fpr R loTo llent , WIOUs , IloardlnR
etc. , will bo Ihsr tt d In thlS column nt tbo low
rftto of TEN CUNTS PER LINE for the Ilrst In-
sertlon and Five CcWQ'er Line for each subse
quent Insertion. X/p5vS a vertUeibcnt1 ? at our
oITlc , No. 12 1'earl Btf eet near Brondwixy , Coun
cil Bluffs Iowa.
WAflTS.
_ _
"iron RENT Tlio corner omco over the K. C.
JL ? A c. II K. it. ticket offlcc , now occupied by
Also The room No. 14 Pearl st , now occupied
by Forest Pinitli.
Also flie duelling house on Woodbury nvo-
nnc , known ns the McGt-o plncr. with ono acre
of InnJ. _ Jloraco llverctt.
TOST A bunch of small krys. Kcwixrd for
JLJ same will bo paid by Horace Kverctt.
T710HSA 1.13 Lumber yard nnd fixtures doing
JL n business of $ aoXW per year In a Hvo Ne
braska town. Also a line residence of 12 rooms ,
with associate bulldlnRS. Apply to Johnston k
Vim rntlcn,33 Mnln st , , Council lllulTB. _
WANTii : > First-class tnllors , coats , pant
and vest makers. A. Heller , 310 llrond way
T710U IlKNT Larpo front room , 711 Slynstcr
JL ! street , between Seventh nnd Elghth-sts.
WANTED An experienced bookkeeper ,
either lady or Kcntleiunn. Address with
reference and salary expected , Hook 25 , 11 co
olllcc. Council lIlu.Ti'.la.
WANTED At once , pants nnd vest maker.
II. llockcn , Marian , In.
"filOll HKNT First-class piano In Rood order.
JCnn bo hnd at reasonable price. 1'osses-
slon Riven May 1st , t ) . Uoldsteln , aM Ilroadway ,
FOH IlKNT Furnished nnd unfurnished
rooms , 717 1st nve. HcforcnccB wanted.
T710H SALK At a bargain , 40 aeroi near stock
JL ? ynrds , South Omalia. Neb. , Johnson Ic
Christian , Room 35 , Chamber of Commerce ,
Omnha.
" \717ANTED Stocks of merchandise. Have
TT Omaha and Council Illulls city property ,
nlao western land to excliantfo for KOocl.s. Call
on or addn-ss Johnson A : Christian , cm U5 ,
Clinnibcr of Conimurce , Omaha. Ho
Star Stables and Mule Yards
IJroadwny , Council IlluJTs , Opp. Dummy Depot
Horses nnd mules constantly on hand , for
sale nt retail or In car load lo'.s.
Orders promptly Ulled by contract on short
notice.
Stock sold on commission.
Telephone 114. SCHLUTRH A DOI.EV.
Opposite Dummy Depot , Council llltitla
HOTEL
11
Best $1 $ a Dayjjouse in the City ,
GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS ,
Near the Depots. Street Car Connections.
im. s.
VETERINARY SOR3EON ,
HOSPITAL AND OPFICB 45 POUBTH-ST.
Council Bluffs , la.
Veterinary Dentistry a Specialty.
V '
HO , 29V MAIN ST ,
GOODS.
ILUFFS ,
OGDEN BOILER WORKS
- : - - ; - ,
CAllTEU & SON , Prow'u.
Mnnufacturersot
Alt Kinds of Steam Boilers & Sheet Iron Work.
Orders 1 > j mail for repairs promptly attended
to. Satisfaction Limrnnteed. 10th Avenue. Ad
dicts Ogdeu Holler Works. Council lllufls.Iowa.
JOHN GILBERT ,
ri.UMUKIt AND DEAI.KII IN
"WIND MILLS ,
IRON AND WOOD PUMPS.
HO. 521 MAIN ST. ,
COUNCIL , UUJFFS , : : IOWA
CRESTON HOUSE ,
Main Street , Jjouncil Bluffs.
Only Hotel In the City with Flro Es-
cnpo. Elootrlo Call Dells.
Accommodations-First Class ,
Rates Always Reasonable
MAX MOHN , Proprietor
NEW SPRING
MILLINERY
151i DOUGLAS ST. , 03IAUA , NEB.
noo-iEi
THE ADVANTAGES OF COUNCIL BLUFFS.
stocH , Furnishing Goods , '
BROTHERS.
Lowest Prlofo , * Uw METCALF , i n -rtir id . _ i i i i > . 1 I Clothing , Hats , Caps , oto. (
DC ffardmant Everett & Fisher . d ]
tO
DCJJ Mtlo St. Council niuflj.
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Largest Capital and Surplus .CITIZENS.STATE BANK * Your Patronage % v cn
of Any Bank in the | . . , > Is Solicited
XIo
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ro 57H ,
to COUNCIL BLUFFS &
85 Pqint. Wholesale. Oil % Qlooo
. . 8. Pearl St
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EMPKIE HARDWARE CO. WEIR SHUGART CO.
Munufucturor of ITino Carriages and Buggies. H. F H ATTENH AUER I always keep in stock a largo variety of eastern
I have always a full stock to select from. . , , uiako Carriages , which 1 sell at a very low rato.
Call anil examine. Prices Low. No * . 2T to ! lli Fourth Struct. I am alwavs rcadv to phew ( roods.
1861. 1888.
P. C. DEVX3L.
Jencll Vapor Slovc > ! , Monitor Wrought
Ranges , Charter Oak Sto\cs , Leonard le- !
rlgcratorslliiililc rj' Hardware , Uoldcn
tar S'npor lluitjcs , Ullddcn Teuce Wire ,
in llooftni ? and Job'Work
GOi Itroadnay , Council Bluffs , la.
Estimates Famished ,
CASH TRADE SOLICITED.
SEND FOR CIRCULARS ,
NOW HUSBAND DEAR
Y OU CO niGIIT DOWN TO
PETER C. MILLER'S
Tlmt'UeautifuI I'aftcruor
WALL PAPER
I SAW TUEHE YKSTKRDAV.
1113 DOES AMj KINUS OK
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINT ING
.DECOBATINQ , WHITENING , ETC. ,
And lias None But Experienced Workmen.
No. 1U Pearl St. i : Council Uluffr.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
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IT WILL PAY YOU TO BUY NOW !
THEO. BECKMAN (
MANUl'ACTUllEIt OV ANB DIULKH IN
HARNESS , SADDLES ,
BRIDLES AND COLLARS.
A Full Assortment of Harness Goods Con
stantly on Hand.
Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done.
NO. 206 MAIN ST. , '
COUNCIL ULUPFS , i : IOWA
EGAN & KIMBALL ,
PLUMBERS ,
STEAM AND GAS FITTERS ,
No. 662 Broadway. Opera Uoueo Block ,
Council Bluffs. Telephone No. 284.
1843. INCORPOHATED 1878
CO. ,
MASSI'LION , OHIO , MANUFACTUREIIS.
' resigned for
SIZES FROM'
MILLS , ELEVATORS
25 TO 250 AND
HORSE ELECTRIC LIGHT
HORSEPOWER
POWER , PURPOSES ,
AUTOMATIC : CUT-OFF : ENGINE.
Branch House , Council Bluffs , Iowa ,
HEND FOR CATALOGUE.
E. C. HARRIS , Manager.
NATURALIST AND TAXIDERMIST ,
Tmill
mill > S AM > MAMMALS TItlJE TO
\A'iUHi ; : . AM , WOKK UAKAJVTJKI : > .
NO , OIO MAIN STIU3ET , ! COUNCIL IJIjUFFh , IA ,
> Orders Uken at I'enrosc & llardcn's , B , 13tu Bt. , Omaha , fteb.
DR RICE'S
COMMON SEXSE
HERNIAL SUPPORT.
The Greatest Invention of the Age !
llupture or llcrnU a Specialty ;
Makes Female Diseases a Specialty ,
Cures all kinds of Chronic Diseases , that are curable , with his most Wonderful Vegetable .
dies. Is tlio oldest and most successful specialist In the west. Rail and Bee him. Ofllco No. 1
Pearl st. , Council IllutTs , Iowa. Olllce houra:8 : to 12 n. m : 1 to 0 and a to a p. m.
No. 201 Main Street , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
A COMPLETE AS80KTMISNX OF
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES ,
UOTII UOMK8T1O AND FOHEIQN.
PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY.
XT RlTT ? Aroln toots and Superintendents. Kooin
( X D lJUJUj 2) Qpera House Block , Council
DTpT/TMDTMD Ilydi-aiilio and Sanitary Engineer
, DlUliiriDlllJu , Plans , Estimates , Speciricationa. Supervision
porvision of Public ork. Brown JJuilding , Council Bluffa
Iowa.
Floor Browri
, Building , 115 Pearl Street , Council
'
Bluffs , Iowa.
QTH IIP 7 Justice of the Peace. Office over American
, DUUUIUJj Express , No. 419 Broadway , Council Bluffa ,
owa. _ _ _ _ _
CTftWT ? XT QTMCf" Attorneys at-Law , practice TiT tlio Stat
DlUH l ( X D1U1D , aud Federal Courts. omco llooma
and 8 , Shugart Beno ] ? look , Council Bluffs , Iowa. _
MS. WOODBW 4"
FfrTK G 3t40 OUK A
r HA7FN "Dentist. Corner Main street and First
avenue. . . _ _ _
j
Sur and 0. E. , Ordinance Grades and
Grading Eatiinates. Drafting. 501
Jiroadvray , cor. of Main , JRoom 5.
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