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0 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY , OCTOBER 21 , 1890 , THE OMAHA 1U5E COUNCIL BLUFFS. OFJMOK , NO. 12 PEARL ST , Pfllrcinl ty Carrier In 11117 part nt the Clty < II , W. T1I.TON. - MANAOKU o. No.1.1 Nlsht Editor , No. JO. JtMXHIt HKXTIOX. N. Y. P. Co. Council Uluffa Lumber Co. . coal. Adolih | Clausen anil Miss Lizzie Van Sandt had tlio happy knot tied yoslcrdny by Justice ' Hcmlrlcks. 'They uru from Washington township. > T. It. Sovereign , ronunlsilonrr of labor , irlll speak lit 1'ntorson's hull on Tuesday crcnltiKi October ! il. Como one , corao nil , nnd licar town's renowned labor orator. Mrs , Liz/to M. I..OIIK yesterday started pro- ccudliira toseouro matrimonial freedom from J , \V. Long , to whom she was married la Ail- puat , 1SS7. She alleges cruel treatment s her Justification. The Jury in tlie lloartz murder trial Is still out , anil .lv.df'c ) Mnuy snlil last night that lie proposed to keen them out until they iicrecd on u verdict. Tlio rose ivus jjlvcn Into tliclr luimls lust Friday afternoon. Samuel Leonard ha , ? coinmeneeil suit ngaln t lha waterworks company for injury caused to himself and horsu by tliclr fulling into a watcrnmln dlteh wblch , It is claimed , had been left in an unsafe condition. Ills claim U for an even 51,000. "Uncle" .Tolm Hammer \\-t\s the victim of quite n serious iiccldeat lust evening. Ho was driving home , and when nttumntliiK to turn from Washington avenue on lion ton street tbo liuggy wai overturned and Mr. Hammer was thrown out. Tlio accident oc curred within hnlf a block of his residence end lie was assisted to his homo. Before ho readied tlio door be fainted. Dr. Hunchct was called and attended lilm professionally. Ho wni found lo bo suffering severely from bruises and cuts but not dangerously hurt. In the- police court yesterday morning Judge McGee lined A. L. Nleliols $111.70 for intoxication and beating aboard bill , nnd John \Vllllains 10.70 for n plain dnnik. The two brothers , Kdwaiil and K Overoekcr , who were brought over from tbo island on Sunday by Officer Kultz nnd booked for In toxication and disturbing the peace , were fined ( 15.15 each , which they paid and ro- turncil to tin ) other side. A. C. Tolles was found guilty of tbo charge of keeping his saloon open on Sunday and contributed tll.RO to the city treasury In addition to bis regular monthly line ofJ7.10. . Onicer E. H. Nogcs , who distinguished himself by the free use of hi.s revolver on John mid Jimmy Muber , was hud off tbo police force yesterday for nn Indefinite period , Ho was punished for what is alleged as a clear ease of going back upon one of the other members of the force. Yesterday morning Onicer Murphy was called unon to testify in a case in tbo police court On ( Sunday afternoon bo arrested n man named J. Klrkemliill and booked him for intoxica tion , He testified tbat the man wu < drunk when ho found him on Upper IJro.idwny. Judge McGee assessed the usual fine and the man was being led from tbo station when Ofllccr Is'oyes , who was In tlio court room but not on duty , inndo a remark that caught tbo ear of tlio Judge. It was to the effect that the arrest of Klrkendall was a Minnie , that be was not drunk at all when arrested. The court called upon him for his statement , nnd It was given without reserve. Depiitv Marshal Unrhyto was also sworn and gave the same kind of testlincny. The judge then reserved his decision and discharged Klrltcmlnll. An hour or two Inter Onicer Noycs received a letter telling him tbat ho Was laid off the force for an indctlnllo period If you wish to sell your property callontho tfudd & "Wells Co. , C , II. Jiuld , presidentCM Broadway VEIWnXAMJ I'.l K.I HA M'llH. ' Charles Gregory is rejoicing over the ar rival of a llttlo daughter. Miss Nettle IJledsoo , of the telephone ex change , has just returned from a week's Vacation at New London , la. She greatly enjoyed the brief outing. J. C. Blxhy , steam uoating , sanitary en gineer , 9tt Ufo building , Oau'iiJJ ' ; ) Mor rlam block , Council HlufTs. J. Q. Tlpton , real estate , 5'i7 Broadway , The Hoard of Kdiioallon. The board of education met in regular monthly session last night. President Stew art occupied the chair and all the members were present. The minutes of several previous meetings were read , and nftorsome discussion concern ing the records of meetings when there was no quorum owing to the absence of Members Webs , Schoeutgen aim Hunter , were finally approved , The electric heat controlling apparatus at the Illoomcr building , which bus been out of order , was directed to bo repaired under the direction of the coinmittoj on buildings and grounds nnd the chairman of the fuel com mittee and proposals to make the necessary repairs were referred to the gentlemen of tlio three committees. Vr. F. 8. Thomas sent in a communication editing tbat ho had examined the basement nnd lower floor of the Bloomer building in accordance with the request of the president of the board , nnd had discovered nothing of a contaminating nature. In tbo ventilating registers bo found accumulations of sweep ings and tilth that called loudly for cleaning. The report was referred to the committee on buildings. The secretary made a report of the cecclpts from the sale of tickets at tbo commencement exercises , The receipts were $ tl8.fiO nnd the expenditure Sill ! , leaving a balance of ? 0.r > 0 which was ordered turned Into the contin gent fund , The sum of $11-1.It ) from non-resi. dent pupils was also turned Into the same fund , The chairman of the committee on grounds nnd buildings was ordered to have tbo rooms of the ICIk'btli avenue school kalsomlned nnd n now sidewalk laid at once , The janitors' pay roll for the past month , amounting to WJO.ill , and the teachers' pay roll , aggregating * 'l,7r > . ! lO , were approved. The teachers' committee reported that thov had opened three additional rooms according to Instructions of the board , and had ap- iiolntcd Miss Mattlo Boardman , a teacher at Twenty-ninth street school , and Miss Mary Duncan writiug teacher. Chairman Hunter of the finance committed reported that thorn was now duo and delln- iiueiit taxes iiKiilnst school property amount ing to ftV.1.t& | , and tbo treasurer was ordered to nay them at once. The salary of Prof. Price , a teacher in the high school , was Increased from | 7f > tot I ( X ) per month. The time having passed In which to elect a secretary and treasurer , Chairman Hunter of the finance coaimltteo presented the bonds of Secretary CJeorgu W. Brown and the treas urer , the present Incumbents , anil moved that they bo approved. The motion pro. vulled , and Urn present oinoers will hola over another year. Mr. Hunter moved that the teachers bo jiald for the two first days of the present term , when they did not teach on account ol the muddle over the sui > erlnteiideiicy. Tbo motion prevailed and the , teachers will receive - ceivo the money nt the next pay day. The regular monthly bills were allowed to the amount off IH ! lu : ) . Of this sum fc',400 was In payment of contractors' estimate on the now school buildings , Chairman Hunter of the finance committee made a statement concerning the indebted ness of the district In outstanding bonds On September tbo treasurer had paid f..tiix of bonds of IbSO. There were mill outslium. lug bonds to the amount of fU.XX , ) , of whtcl MU.OOOwIll full duo In 18H3 , but the Ixian has the option of paying them in IS1 , ) : ) , The remainder , f.V..OOO will fall duo in IS'.H. The finance committee wcro instructed to issue bonds to tbo amount of f 15,00' , ' ) on tci years' time , drawing not to exceed ft per coat interest , payable nt the banking house o Kountz llrothcrs , Now York. The payroll of the teachers and janitors wcro ordered to bo made out at the end of the month prior to pay day and present them to n majority of the members for approval. The time for holding the regular meeting of the board was changed from tlio firs Monday in the month to tbo last Friday. ClUtnii of Omaha at home and abnxul thouli remtmbtr lluit the rrmanlii ( ( ; < ( < iortoMratlo | / art Thumlav , October S3 ; Friday , October -11 ignd IMuniau , Kovtmixr t , 7 THE NEWS IN THE BLUFFS , The Second Murder Trial and the Story of the Killing of "Walter Madison. FOR PURER AND BETTER CITY WATER , Sonic Splendid Improvement Under Wny StruuKlliiK With a hontlcd < 5ui DlHsnti.stlcd Democrats Minor Mention. Peter Henson still sits facing Jury , who are listening to the various accounts a-A to how he shot and killed Walter Madison. The prosecution was still bringing on its wit nesses yesterday. Tbcro were several eye witnesses to the tragedy , but they varied somewhat in their accounts. , some seeing but part of what occurred. The trouble originated In u daneo held In Smith's hall , It being exclusively a Danish affair. Honsen and a man named Christoferson gave the dance. Hensca took charges of the bar , and the other was the doorkeeper. Shortly after midnight n , gang came up the stairs , among whom was Madison , a young man about nineteen , nnd they demanded admit- tancc. Ilenscn nnd others put them down the stairs nnd a gen eral fight ensued outside. Afterwards Hnnsen returned with blood on his face , and Tier washing it off , and putting on his coat , o .started out aeiiln. as bo said for a police- nan. Ho went with a companion named awanson , about one block , and there eamo cross a crowd of fellows. Ho told them to mid up their 111111114 , and most of them broke ud run. Madison nnd another remained , ind Hanson grabbing thla one , told him to emu back to the hall until ho could ; et the patrol wagon. Ho consented , nnd .9 they started back Madison coming up be- dud throw something at Hnnsen , striking dm in tbo buck of tlio head. The ono whom Iniisen had In charge then broke awny , nnd lanscn , who had a revolver hi his hand , urncd and tired at Madison , who was run- ling nUo. Hunscn staggered and fell before ho last of three shots was lire. The defense vlll doubtless attempt to .show that thosliopt- ngwiis Justlllublo under the law of self-dc- enso. The best auctioneer m the state Is H. II. nmaii , Council DlufTs. Special attention to loodcd stock sales , and all branches of nercantilo goods. Oftlco 50t : 11 midway. L. II , Mossier Is the manager of the Model Nothing Co. Give him u call. Tlio City's \Vntor. There has been marked improvement ) ! ! the audition of the city water during the past ew months and the people who have been oh- ecting to Its turbid condition hnvo no cause 0 do so any longer. The improvement is the csult of no new appliances or any change In ho system , but follows tlie more careful work if the employes and the operation of the sys- cm as Its designers intended. The hydrant vutcr now Is almost us clear as the well water , mllcating perfect , filtration. The waterworks people arc not yet satis- led , but are quietly going ahead with the lew nnd expensive additions that were de cided 'upon last spring , involving the con traction of a now reservoir at tbo river and 1 generally improved system of filtering the water after it has been pumped from the river. The plans contemplate the erection of a stnmlpiuo at the river , near where tbo pres ent second pumping station Is located. The water will bo pumped directly into this from the liver , and will then bo con voyed in largo mains to the subsldary reservoirs around the central pumping sta tion. The now reservoir will be located east of the present two , and they will all bo con nected by weirs Instead ef pipes us now , over which the water will flow in a broad thin sheet , less than half an Inch deep. It Is estimated that this system will cause the deposit of about 70 per cent of the silt in the primary reservoir , and by tbo time it reaches the. llnal basin from which It will be pumped Into the Full-mount park reservoir , it will bo relieved of all matter held In suspension , and will bo us thoroughly treated as u mountain stream. The projected improvements will give Council IJluffs as linowutcr fordomestic pur poses us there is in the the world , fur it has itoen declared by scientific men that the Mis souri river water is the purest of nil the riv ers In the world , or has less organic mutter and mateiial held in solution. The work Is under tbo direction of Mnna ger Hart and he is pushing it with all his ac customed vigor. The contracts for nearly all the excavating have been let and bomo of the pipes for the new 'Jl-inch mains ave al ready on the ground. It will probably be nil nil- winter job and will give employment to a largo force of men during the dull times. The SI oK in ley 1)111 Haa not affected the prices at the Peoples Installment house. Kverything goes at the sumo old figures that have made our patrons ilad nil summer , defied competition IIMC ! inudo It possible to furnish a house from top to bottom tom at llttlo expense. Our specialties this week will lie the Peninsular heating stoves. cheapest , neatest , most economical stove in the world , Mnndcl & Klein , JKO Broadway. "Voung men's suits , nobby , stylish and latest designs at the Model Clothing Co. With a Loaded Gun. About thrco weeks ago a man named Si Paver created quite a stir In Hardln town ship by baiidlshlng a revolver and threaten Ing to shoot Mr. Yocum , for whom ho hud previously been at work. Ho had como to Council lllulTs the day previous and pro cured the weapon , together with amunitloii. 110 had breathed fiery threats before against soverol in the neighborhood , so thai when ho appeared with his war paint they wcro in great consternation. They sent word to the city and Sheriff O'Neal went out and arrested him. There seemed so much fcnr n1 to Influence the prosecution , these who were most interested In having him put in a ptaco of safe keeping apparently having uu Idea that If they were too active in securing this result ho would In tlio faturo wreak ven geance upon them , r'uver got off with a very light sentence , only fifteen days In jail. His 1 1 mo was up the other day , and on being re leased ho was advised to keep uwuy from the scene of his former trouble. "You say that I'd better lat them alone ) Well , they bad hotter to have left mo alone In the first place. " The reply showed llltlo cooling of the ulood , and developments on Bunday have renewed the panio which bnd'somewhut sub sided. On Sunday Favor appeared at Wcston Huhud left his child with a family unmet ! 111 co , ugrccliiKto pay a certain amount tor tin board. Sunday ho called at the liico place and demanded his child. Klco Insisted on being paid far the board before letting the child go , Favor then sought to enter the house and take the child by force , Klce , armed with a shotgun , planted himself In the doorway and prevented his coming In. Then Payer ran around tlio house to the rear door and entered the house despite the .fact that Klco divining his pur pose had gone to that part of the house , uni was aiming the gun at him , and threatening to slioct If ho advanced. Favor rushed In grabbed the gun , which Itleo had hesltultiil to fire , nnd the twli had a tussle over the loaded weapon , lilca had the gun pointed toward the celling , and fearing that Kayer would get possession of it and tdioot him , ho managed to tire it thocbnrgo going up over their heads , doing no harm. Favor did succeed , after the gun was discharged , and when tie got it In his own hands ho hit Utce several blown It Is said with a knife. Hlco's wound * were for tunately not of a very Hcrlous nature , though the blood flowed freely. Favor was taken Into custody by a si > cclul rotiHtahlo , hut man aged to inuko his esnii > c , and Is Htlll ut lugo. Look at the line display of overcoats at the Model Clothing Co. A Siicgt-Ntlon to Ono of the oldest and best of Council Bluffs' musical authorities in commenting upon Strauss nys ! "I sceTiiBBKK mthor criti cises the roudltton of nothoven's donate , troub was not with the orchestra , ! us far M their capability as musicians was con cerned. The selection was rendered accurately , nnd It was not their fault. The trouble lay in the formation of the orchestra. The orchestra was arranged rather for Unlit , airy music , nnd was neb suitable for such n selection as this. Another cause was the bad nccoustlo properties of the binding itself. Kvon with this same orchestra the selection would have been much bolter received had It been given in the opera houso. Mr. Stinuss should rearrange his instruments , however , to get the proper effect in any building. " HUSTON STOUIJ , COUNCiLi UIjUFFS llcnd nnd Profit Thereby Our lioss Your Gain. HOSIERY DEPAHTMENT. Children's wool hose , all sizes , from 5to SM , nt 15c. 15(1 ( do/en children's all wool hose , sizes'from C > to MVlj ( subject , to Imperfections ) a regu lar uric lioso ; IDe , II for Me. We arc showing wn different lines of child ren's nnd mlwcs' hose at " > c a pr. in all sizes In 1x1 nndIxl rib. Also fancy and plain in black and Oxford gray. Roys' bicycle lioso In heavy rib blaci : and gray ; i''o a pair. Infant's wool hose nt I0c , 20c , 2"c , 33o and IIOc SHU nt fiOo and " "c. Ladles' fleece-lined hose 12) ) 0 , In gray nnd solid colors. Ladles' fast black flccco lined hose Gordon ( ] VC3 " * V > C Ladles" ' "fast black , Gordon dyes , U3c. llcrmsdorf dyes , IJ'.Mu pair. CIHLTJKEN'S ' UJJD13WVEAH. White morlno vests and pants , sizes 10 to 31 , from IBe. to 3."c. All wool gray vests and pants , sizes 10 to 3-1 , from 17c to Tie. Scarlet vests and pants , sizes 10 to 31 , from 23c to 7tic. High grade natural wool vests and pants , sizes 11) ) to III ) , from ! ! 0c to $1. Ail the above punts coaio with tbo new Im proved long cufTs , * Infants' vests ( shrunk wool ) fine cashmere and hand knit , from L'Oo to . " > o each. LADIES' UNDKHWKAIl. White ribbed vests , long sleeves , 2 ! > c. Gray ribbed vests , long sleeves , 85e. Plain white vests nnd pants 8'Jc. Plain nnd ribbed vc.its and pants in white and natural wool at COc. Ladies' natural wool vests nnd pants , war ranted till wool , flno gauge , at 75c' Justus good as any $1 garment l'i the market. Illbbcd vests and pants , extra heavy rib , at $1. Union suits at Sl'c ' a suit. Boston stose , Fotlieringhnni , Wliltolaw & Co. , .101 , 403 and -103 Hroudwuy , Council muffs. Dissatisfied Democrats , There bus been u good deal of kicking slnco the democratic township convention , nnd its work Is being pretty strongly con demned. The probability is becoming very great that the kicks will assume a tangible form and some of the staunchest workers In the party and adherents to its princinlcs will bolt , and put up a now ticket. The conven tion was largely composed of young men. Some of them were hot headed nnd nil of t em wcro ambitious , and they determined to put the young men forward for some of the offices. To do this it was necessary to shelve such old and tried democrats as Justice A. L. Ilcndrlcks , W. L. Boggs and N. Schurz , but the boys laid the old men on the shelf without any hesitancy and with a good deal of enthusiasm. It was under stood prior to the convention that there would bo but little , If any , opposition to Hendrlcks' rcnoinlnation for justice , and It was admitted that the second justiceship laid between 'SquIroSehurz , the present Incumbent , and ex-Justice Hlggs , but when the delegates got Into the rooms tibovo the Manhattan on Sat urday night tne very llrst move showed that the young men , who were largely in majority in tlio convention , were determined to nmko u war upon'the gray beards. Pretexts were readily found , and It was openly stated that neither Henrleks nor Schurz could secure rcnoniluutlon for the alleged reason that they had not been "good" democrats. No particu lar acts of disloyalty wcro cited , but it was generally understood that , the pretext was to bo tbo fact that two rf gu'arly ' elected demo cratic constables wcro unable to make n liv ing from the fees in the business to bo found in Shum' and Hendrieks' courts , nnd re signed their offices for that reason. It was also intimated that the two justices had compelled the resignation of the democratic consta bles by giving the largest portion of the busi ness of tlieir oftlces to u republican constable , causing him to gjoan with the wealth that poured in upon him. The situation was voiced la the followingset of resolutions that were prepared by .lohn J. Frainey , but which the convention did not act upon for the rea son that the desired end could be accom plished without it ; Whereas , For Hovorul years last nnstapruc tlc lias prevailed with n certain democratic' just leu of the pcucu to prevent democrat iut'un- Mnlilcsri'xnlnrly niuimiuU'd an uleutod by a majority or the democrats of Council HlnfVs. from M'rvliiK regular processes issuing from tlio siild jiihtlce'.s court , and Whereas , Ily reason of tbo pwontlon of said democratic constables from serving reg ular processes from tlio 'ld justlcu's court , a rcrtuln democratic constable , duly elected us siioli. have ucun forced to resign , and Whereas , ffald regular professes , Issuing from said justleo'scourt , Inivti liceu given lo bpoclul rupnbllunn constables appointed by Mild .liistl''c.aml permitted to he hurvt'd by the said hucclul rupublleun constables , therefore bolt Kesolrpd , Tbut It Is tbo sense1 of the democ racy of Kuno township that such pructlocs inorltxkmdciiinutluii and censure , and be it further Itesolvod , That It Is tbo sense of the democ racy of Kuno township iliut no applicant for place who bus practiced the action * herein sot furlb , should bit entitled to recognition at the hands of tbo democracy. There is strong talk ou the part of the friends of the two defeated candidates for justices of forcing thorn to como out Inde pendently and make the fight upon their merits as men rather than as democrats. It Is also hinted that ono of the regularly nom inated republican candidates has signiilcd his desire to withdraw from the ticket if the re publican managers will put Schurz In his place. If this is dona and Squire Hendrlcks comes out Independently there Is a certainty of nt least ono of them and a possibility ol both being elected. The Manhattan sporting headquarters , 418 Broadway. _ 1 Monov at re.lucoJ rates loaned oa chatto and real estate security by E. II. Shoafo & Co A Clerical Hridcgrnom. Hev. Wilbur risk , n son of Ilov. J. Fisk o this city , was married at Cumpton , 111. , a few " days ngo , the bride" being Miss Carrie E Gilmorc , nnd tbo officiating clergyman Ilov , Dr. Dandy. The young man is now pastor o ; the Methodist church nt "Yorkvillo , 111. Ills first effort at preaching was upon the Councl lluiVs ! circuit. On Sunday morning following the ceremony mony Mr. Kisk , the now pastor , appeared ii the pulpit of tbo Vorltvlllo church for the first tlmo. The newly wnddcd couple onlj arrived the day bofoi-o , but found that the good peoplohud put all In readiness for them to go housekeeping in their now homo. Ol Sundav morning the front of the pulpit was banked with flowers , and the now pastor and his now wife were given n very cordial wel como. There was a llttlo smllo went around whoa tbo pastor gave out the hymn , Chargt ) to Keep I Huvc , " and his eyes reste ( for a moment upon the pu\v whom the blush Ing bride was seated. Buy your lumber of The Judd .t Wells Co , 813 Broadway. _ Croat bargains this week nt the Mode Clothing Co. Attention A'iMrraii Klrmnon , There will bo an adjourned meeting at th HOSCIIO engine house , No. , Tuesday oven Ing. October'JI. ut 8 o'cloox , A full attend unco is desired , By order of John Helm president. Unprecedented bargains In boy's mi children's clothing at the Model Clothing Co Visit the Model Clothing Co. , 64) Hroad way , Kupp's now building. Cltttnm nfOinalin nt Imine and iihroml t/iuuti / rtiiKinber that tin tf ( ( ( ; < iisuKiMniHo are Jliurmlau , Ottiiltr S3 ; Friday , Uctul < r 31 and Saturday , 'wemltr 1. THE MRTlldHflST HOSl'IT/VH. Tlio Organization Perfected at hast NiKht'ri ilnptlnjf. There was a mcetln'pof prominent Mctho- dbts nt the Yonng * .lcn's Christina nssoda- lon rooms yesterday Afternoon , held for the mrposo of completing the organization \vlilch s to open a hospital In Onmlm. 'I'ho cominlt- o on constitution mid by-laws rejwrtcd and 10 constitution nttd by-laws wcro ntlontod. The association will'bo called "Tlio Omaha Methodist Kplscoial | Hospital .Association. 1'ho payment of $ lu will permit ono to becomes n member. All clerks and others who pay 10 a ye.tr will bo ulvcn a ccrtilleatoiblcri vlll guarantee to them peed ciro nnd treat ment If they should bo tnken sick at nny line. Thtafontura will dotibtlesi make the io.splt.ll Bcbciuc a popular ono. The Instltu- lon will bo oi > en to everyone lu need of euro ml treatment. The association will meet next Monday at ho same place to elect ofllccM. CAllTEll SKll'l'JII ) OUT. riio BlraiiKC Disappearance of n I'roMcciitlniVltncNti. . Jerry IClnnan nnd John Casey , who have iccu lu Jail for six weeks charged with nn . sault ou J , C. Carter in a saloon on Capitol fivcnue , were tried yesterday before Judge Iclsley and discharged. 'I'ho evidence was ndirect nnd somewhat contradictory. A Ingnlar thliij in connection with lie cuso was that Carter , who has icon at the hospital for a month , most of the Imo insensible , disappeared last Thursday ind could not bo found by the police to testify n the cose. Dr. Neville , who waited on Car er at the hospital , says that ho never gave ilin permission to leave tlio hospital. IIo vent of Ills own accord. Ho w.is prauti- all.V well , although ho had not fully recov- rcd his mental equilibrium. V Drakeiinui HUH llotli I/CJJH and One Arm Ilrokoti. A brakcinan named Hudson , who worked or the Union Pacific ami lives at IDl'JPa- "itlc street , was run over by a freight car in he switch yards lust night about 8 o'clock and had both legs and one arm broken. The unfortunate man was taken to St. Joseph's lospltal , whore ho lies with about ciiual ihnuccs for death or recovery. A .11USKJIEHTS. In thcso days of eratie literature In our book shops , and still moro er.itlo plays on our stage , It Is a positive delight to live in he atmosphere of "Peg Woollncton , " which s ideal purity compared to that surrounding some of the latter day dramas.Vrlttcn upon an elevated plane , filled with the brightest hits of repartee and humor , and contemporary with "London Assurance. " "Sho Stoops to Conquer , " "School for Scandal , " Charles ioadc's " 1'eg Wxjflngton" ItiMissCoghlan's lands Is ono of the sterling creations of the aoclcrn stage. Slnco last seen on the local stage the charming old English comedy has been materially changed" , and for the better. There s a continuity about the drama now , which t did not possess before , due to Miss Cogh- tin's efforts in behalf of the public which has enjoyed every line of the delightful play. There is a charm about Miss Coglihm's inpersonntlon of the big-headed , many-sided Peg \Voflhigton \ , whidi grows in mellowness with the years. Each season you notice some additional point more forcibly brought out , until today no actress ou the stage could so completely dominate tbo role of Peg as Miss Goghlan. Her rich , full voice , her vcrsality , her beauty , nil are necessary adjuncts to a perfect picture of the actress who was iho talk of London in the Seventeenth con- Lury when Colley Clbber , though near the dividing line , was still in the plenitude of his powers. Subtloin her art , finished In her methods and mentally cmiippea for any num ber of characters , MMs Coghlan Is in many respects stronger now than she was In tlio pnlm .days when ti , member of the Wnllack stock company The Triplet of Mr. Thomas Whlfllen was a genre bit of worlr , so delightfully drawn that it stands out iu has relief ulongsIdothoKnron Utulolf of Ocorge F. Knight , the Caleb I'luin- mer of Jefferson , the Solon Shlnglo of Owens. Nothing so unctuous bos been seen on the stage for many n long day. Mr. John T. Sullivan played Sir Charles very clTectlvclv , which may also bo said of Mr. Martin's Colloy Cibbor and the Quin of Air. By tingo. Snarl and Soopcr , the repre sentatives of the pittites , were in the compe tent hands of Mr. Edwin and Mr. Kidder. Miss Beatrice Morehmd was the Mablo Vane , a sweet , sympathetic character well played. Miss Baker brought dash and en thusiasm to the part of Klttio Cllne , while Miss Jennie Weathersby was the Mrs. Trip- lot. The minor characters were all were taken , the company being well equipped to givoold-tlme comedies uro has not been seen in Omaha for years. Headache , neuralgia , aizziness , nervous ness , spasms , sleeplessness , cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine. Sample * free at Kuuu & Co.'s ' , IQthund Douglas. A XSO VA CKMKX IS , Klco's "World's ' Fair , " ono of the pro nounced novelties of the year , will bo pre sented liyllico's big Burlesque organization at Boyd's opera house the hitter half of this week. It Is entirely original , thorough/ dis similar to nnythinc else over heretofore pre sented ; It is neither farce comedy nor bur- lesqu' ) , but a liuppy medium between the two , embodying the best elements of each , dealhiK with the big national show in 1BUJ in a humorous manner as utuoino , and consti tuting in its entirety a continuous volley of rollicking fun and charming melody , always surrounded with costly costumes , picturesque and Imaginative scenery , unique and novel effects. Box sheets open tomorrow morning at U o'clock. Board of Kduuation. The session of the board of education was brief lost night in view of the anxiety of a majority of the members to attend tno repub lican rally at the Coliseum. The committee on claims reported the fol lowing bills : W. C. Cathcrwood for maps , $4,1 ; Graham Park school house , repairs , $34U ( ; Kobert Duncan , on account , * 1,000 , and C. "VV. Gurmony , oa account , S'.tt&Xi. The board adjourned until Wednesday evening. Are you nervous and irrltablol A glass of Cook's Imperial Wino banishes that feeling , t's the pure gnpo juice naturally fermented. Fii'o and IV > ! lo Commission. The lire and police commission granted leaves of absencp rast night to Captain Mostyn , Captain' Cormaek , Ofllcor William White , Detective Kilts and Patrol Driver S , 1' , Osburn. A rc.sjiKitloii was passed culling upon tbo street railway companies fora more careful obsorvnnccrortiio ordinance regulating the running of tralus-at crossings und following - ing each other. Special Block Watchman Bradley was dls charged , } The great Tr ) , B'oorhaavo loft thrco direc tions forproservlng-tho health keep the feet warm , the head coot , and the bowels open. Had ho practiced ffarour day , ho might hiivo i added : and purify tlio hlood with Aycr'sSar- saparilla ; for he certainly would consider It the best. Sl , , i The McfiNlati Mfido Them Sink. Mi.NNr.iroi.i4 , Minn , , Oct. 'JO.-A I'iorro , S. IX , special says a physician living at Fort Pierre yesterday returned from a visit to a band of Indians twenty-live miles from there , whither ho was summoned by squaw men , who Informed him that the entire band of ' . ' 00 would dlo off unless something was done for them. Thirteen had already died and many of them wcro down with mountain fever. Thcso rtilskinx have been reulliong the new Messiah enuo-by failing and executing ghoit dunces without stint for two months until they uro helpless and have brought on discuses. Mrs. Wlnslow'H Soothing Syrup for Clill dreu Teething rcllovcH tbo child from pain. "A cents n bottle. KOMI U'uriiH tlie Farmer ) , , Neb , , Oct. ! W , [ Special Telegram - gram to Tiinlli'.B.l-O , M , ICcin delivered u speech ut the opera Uousu luU afternoon to small audience. Mr. Kern assured his farmer friends that unless the Indoi > em1cnt ticket is elected , in two jeurs their farms shall bo sold for mortgage nnd the laboring man is but two months from the poor houso. ICi-tlninblcr Tnrrctl mid Feathered. CIIICAOO , Oct. 20 , A curious assault wai made tonight upon an cx-gamblcr named J , B. Qnln u , Two men held him up in a dark spot on Lake street , on the edge of Union park , compelled him to strip to the waist , poured n bucket of liquid tar over the unncr portion of his body and then added shine feathers by way of adornment. Tlio as.snllantM then knocked him down and kicked him reiicatedlv , rendering him uncoil- clous , lie was found by some people stroll ing throimh thu park and the police were notified , but with no truce of the assailants. Quliin has been posing us u "reformed gum- bier. " writing n book on gamblers' methods , uudls supposed lo iiuvo Incurred the cnmltyof the fraternity , although prominent sporting men scout tlio Idea that any such motive provoked the attack. Don't , lilko the Kft to ICust. Sit.vnn Citr.r.K , Pa. , Oct. 20. A party of men employed by the Lake Shore rend hnvo been out scouring the country for western cattle which escaped from n wrecked train Sunday nnd this afternoon drove them to the dojwt. Some of them wcro very ugly , defy ing the best efforts of their captors to keep them under control , brenklng away and at tacking several people on the streets. Two people were kuookuit down and seriously hurt before the animals could bo shot. Dominion Government Denounced , llExniF.w , Out. , -'O.-SlrUlchnnlCnrt- - Wright discussed the trade relations between Canada and the United States before a hirpo audience tonight. IIo declared that the policy of the Dominion government in this matter was vaccillatlng and puerile , and strongly pronounced himself In favor of restricted re ciprocity with the United States , This would be Immensely advantageous to the people of Catiudn. Utos 00111111(11111) ( ; UeprrdntioiiR. DBXVKII , Colo. , Oct. SJO Governor Cooper today received information that a largo num ber ofVblto river Utes hud been off the res ervation for some time and hud crossed over into Colorado from Utah , killing shcop and cattle belonging to ranch men In Houtt county , The governor at once telegraphed Secretary Noble asking him to take steps to have tbo Indians driven back. Itrotticrliood Hull I'layors. NEW Yoitif , Oct. 20. The delegates to the meeting of the Brotherhood of Base Ball players held a brief session today , ut which llttlo was dono. Secretary Brunell said this ovcninK that ho did not know what would ho done at tomorrow's meeting , but the Brother hood will bo represented in the coming con ference. Anti-Prohibition Mooting nt Kohuyler. Sciiuvt.r.11 , Neb. , Oct. 20. [ Special Tele gram to Tin : Bnn.J Mr. Kllsworth of Lin coln delivered an anti-prohibition speech In the opera house this evening to a large nnd attentive audience. The house was crowded to standing room. All the saloons were closed. His argument was clear and decisive , and many votes wcro made ugalnst the amendment. Speaker llfcd at Ij ( > immx > r . Loo.vxsi'oiiT , Ind. , Oct. 20. At this place today speaker Heed made his only address In Indiana , IIo extolled thu McKUiley bill and tlio liberality of the fifty-first congress In pension matters ana dwelt at length upon the silver bill and the federal election bill , Three thousand people attended the meeting. Una Awny with u Cab. George Meyer , a laborer , took ucab last ulirht from the corner of Douglas and Thir teenth streets ana started out for a drive. Ho was under the Influence of liquor and in a short time was also under arrest for taking the horse and cab without permission of the owner. Hit By a hump of Coal , A switchman in the Union Pacific yards at Fremont mot with a serious accident yester day , Ho was hit by a huge lump of ccul which fell from a passing car and his hip was broken. He was brought to St. Joseph's hospital , where physieluiis dressed the wound. Pronounced a Pake Interview. WASHINGTONOct. , . 20. Secretary Blaine said this morning In nnswer to nn Inquiry that the alleged Interview with him pub lished in a syndicate newspaper letter Sun day morning touching the ' 'Sphere of "Woman" was wholly fiction. Tickets at lowest rntos nnd superior nccommodutioiiH via the great Roelc Island route. Ticket ollico , Ki02 Six teenth and Furnum strcotH , Omalui. A Hull- Headed Mormon , Su.TlAKi : CITY , Utah , Oct. iiO.-Deputy IVIarshnl Buckmun this evening brought from Provo "U'arron B , Smith , sentenced today to months' ' imprisonment und § 200 line ntid costs for unlawful cohabitation. Smith refused to promise obedience to the law. A Warning to Intriguers. VinxNA , Oct. 20. Tbo czar has privately intimated to the Servian government that ho has no tlcsiro fora change in the Servian dynnstys. This Is intended as a warning to tlio intriguer In behalf of Prince Nicholas of Mcntenoio ( and Prince Kiiragcorgoriteh. Jslipcmlnu Miners Iiouvint ; . IsnpK.Mixo , Mich. , Oct. The Biirnum mine was idle today and only u fraction of the regular force is no wnrk at the Lake Ango- lino. Minors nro leaving daily and nearly a third of the strikers will seek work elsewhere - whore , _ End of a Drunk. Er. PASO , Tex.Oct. ' . ' 0 , G.BIanc.a Vaio man , from Arizona , has been stopping at a hotel hero with a paramour a few days past , and both have been drinking heavily. This morning ho shot and killed her and then suicided. Morn Than Knongli Signatures. DAHMOOTOV , I. T. , Oct. 20. Tlio signa tures of 417 heads of families of Choycnnos and Araphahoes have been secured for the sale of tlieir,1,000KX.ncroreservation. ( ) Three hundred und sixty signatures were enough- Hlicrmnii'M AHsallatitH Arrp.stnd , Ncal CocbrancTand Ed Adams , who made the assault upon Charles Sherman In a dis reputable den on Dodge street Sunday night , were arrested yesterday and lodged in jail. Alalinm u Main l < 'a r Open * * , BuiMixniiAM , Ala. , Oct. 'M. The state fair began today. The machinery was started by Mrs. Cleveland , who pressed the button at Lenox , Mass. For llronolilnl , Al'uniitlo anil I'ul- miiuary CoiiiphdiiCH , "Brown's Bronchia ] Troches" have remarkable curative proper ties. Sold only In boxes. The Ar oiitlnn OumrctH Adjournx. Bur.sos AVIIKS , Oct. 20-Congress dosed today after adopt Ing the government bill to convert provincial foreign loans Into -J f pet cent national loans. Tlio I'iro llncnrd. ST. Lori" , Oet , 20. A lire this evening In the dry goods establishment of Frank llros. , Broadway and Washington avenue , causci ! damage to the amount of fVXH , ) ( ) . Miu-uli Acquitted. Tbo case of K. A. Marsh of ICast Omaha who was arrested some weeks ngo for keep Ing n sluiiKhtcr housu near the corner ol draco and Kighlh Mi-cats , was tried yester day in police court and Alin-sh was acquitted Pears' soap secures n beautiful complexion County Court , In tno county court John Kush cotnmerlcal suit ymtorday to recover $ J50 from James S. Dumpsov. J. L. weUhons bus sued Sidney Smith to recover M03.M , alleged to bo duo oa a prom I sory note. , j Judgment for $011,1 ! ) was rendered against Andrew Sovenson nnd In favor of Coi-rt S. Wooloy. j'Kttsox.tii j'Mt.ii , ' it.i rim. Ex-Senator Van Wyck was In the city yes- terdav , E. il. Whltcomb of Ucs Moines is at the I'nxton , A. W. ICclsey of Clilcago Isn guest at the Mlllnrd , \ . "W. Johnson of Chicago Is n guest at the Murray. C , K. A. McConuIek of Chicago is at the Murray. C. TJ. Hicks of DlaJr was at , the Merchants last night. L. U Archer of Salt Lnko Is In the city , nt the Puxtou. \V. II. Dorgan of Lincoln is lu the city nt the .Murray , C. \Voodhury of Boston was nt the Paxton - ton last night. Hon. A. H , Chnrdo ot Oakland was in the city yesterday. A. 1) ) . Ireland of New York was nt the Mll lard lust night , 3. C. Dlinick of Mudlson is registered at the Merchants. Judge 13. P. Mamor of Kearney was in Onialm yesterday. T. 1' , Day stooped at the Sherman house In Chicago yesterday , Jiuiies Dennett of Brooklyn , N. Y. , is stop ping nt the Mlllurd. E. G. Stnnton of Carbon , \Vyo. , is rcgls- Istered at the Casey. Charles Ilurlcc of North I'fnUois in the city ut the Merchants. E. I ) . HoMlcr of Rochester , X. Y. , was nt the Murray lust night. 11. W. Huwcvof St. Louis was registered nt the I'axton last night. Mrs. Frunclti C. ( ! ruble was a guest at the Auditorium In Chicago yesterday. C. .1. Wallace ot the Uucklov shirt com pany , St. Louis , Mo. , Is lu the city. It. S. Ervin , the attorney , left yesterday for Chicago ou a short Im-'inesii trip. Hon. Tom Hciiton , state auditor , was In the city last night and attended the rally , C. rMJedell , editor of the Chester Herald , was in the city yesterday and called upon Tin : ] ) ii : : , Ex-Stuto State Senator Conger is in the city , lie tuys tlio political buttlo in the state waxeth warm. David Tapgurt of Denver , formerly mana ger of tlio ICerr opera linnso in Hastings , jusscd through Omaha yesterday on the way to Ohio. Cltttcns Omaliaat home ami uluvail ilmulil incnibfr that the I'Cimiliilim ldi | ; < > / ituMinlton arc 11iun > tlaii , fVJnfccr ? J , l-'rMan , Octnlitr J/ , ; l Satunt in ftortinlicr I. ItobbcdVlillo Hoiillllng. A man named A. Mackey , a printer on the World-Herald , was arrested last night , charged with robbing Henry Ullvnn at : ii : < North Twenty-fifth street. Ullvnn mot Muclicy ami they cngngivl In a sculllo in which Ullvnn claims that ho was relieved of $ . ' .r.O. CliaiiiploiiMlilp Scries. LOUISVIM.I : , ICy. , Oct. 20. Worlds cham pionship game : Louisville 7 , Brooklyn 7. Culled ut the end of the eighth innings on ac count of darkness. Toduy'H Tips. AT II.UAIIITII : : , First race Loantnkc , Punster , , Tr. Scconu r.ico Houstln , Susie S. Third r.iro Como to Taw , Cynosure. Fourth race Eclipse , Matiigardn. Filth race Mabel ( ileiiii. King Crab , . Sixth race Itcnipliiiid , I'enrl Set. AT JI\IXOTOV. First race Bob L , Carmen , Second race Wary , Sis O Leo. Third race Eugeniii , Lnludor. Fourth race Aimlo Elizabeth , Modjcskn , Fifth race Fayuttc , Cutnlpa. Sixth race Milt Vounjj , Tom .Miicldn. Knllcilvllli a Cloiin Hill. JmiliAii , Oct. 20. [ Spcclul Cablegram to Tin : HIM : , j The first ship to leuvo this port with a clean bill of health slum the recent outbreak of cholera sailed on Saturday. CltltciiB / Omulia < it home ami nlnriiii p/iouM / leincmlicr thai tltcicinntnliiu ilnj/x u ] itijMmlhm are 'I'hurnlay , Octulirr 2J ; 1'iltlau , Octtifcc'.77 , antJ Saturday , ffnmnbcrl * Deslro It C lined Sunday , Bowox , Mass. , Oct. 2-At ( ) the reeulnr meeting of the CongrcBntioiiiu ministers in this city today n special committee reported a resolution , which was adopted , declaring against any opening of the world's fair on Sunday. coaches L-'ullinan Through palace slcopors , diningciirs , fi'oo reclining cliuir CUI-H to Chicago and intervening potntH via the great Ilock Island route. TiuUet ollico lUUL' , Si.xtucnth and Karnam. They Have ll Cmcvoo , Oct. 20. To the Editor of Tin : Bui : : Wo wish to sttito that Alex Melntosh was never Interviewed in Chicago by any of our reporters and is not responsible for our article relating to the Omaha census pub lished in our issue of the Kith. Tin : Lr.vin. : Both tlio method nnd results when Syrup of Figs ia taken ; it ia pleasant and refrcehing to the tnsto , and ncU gently yet promptly on the Kidneys , Liver nnd Dowels , cleanses the sya- tern efl'ectunlly , < li pcls colds , head aches and fevers nnd cures habitual constipation. Symp of Figs ia the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced , pleasing to the tnelo and ac > ceptnblo to the stomach , prompt in its action and truly beneficial in it' eflccta , prepared only from the most healthy and ngrecnhlo substances , its many excellent qiialitiea commend it to nil and have made it the inoet popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for mo in COo and 81 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliahlo druggist who may not hnvo it on hand will pro- euro it promptly for any ono who wishes to tiy it. 'Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO , SUN FflANCISCO , CAl. - N W OnK.H.V. GITIfflS STATE BANK Of Council Bluffs. PAID UP CAPITAL $150,000 SURPLUS AND PROFITS 50,000 LIABILITY TO DEPOSITORS 350,000 Ilmm-rims-l. A , Mll | r. K O. ( Jlmmon. R I * Hlnnurt , I ! . K. Hurl..I , l > , hliauinNoiiMiurloi 11. Iliumim. rranHiiotKoiiur.il li.iiiUliK l ii | . ni > m. l.ur KHt cndtil | : uinl Hiirplin ot any bunk In finuihwuittorii Iowa. INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS , CULLY'S. Wo will plnco cm Snlo Monday morningsnlcto continue for * One Weelv , A line of floods i\t prices tUnt will brenU nil previous records for bargains. If you arc not sntt fled with the prices you nro pay ing for DRY GOODS no to Cully s , 328 Broadway. 12 i-nses good quality Cotton Haiti tiff 8c n roll , /,00(1 ( yards Stnndurd Dark Prints ID a van ) . fi,0HI ( yards DIUK Plnlil Dress ( Jooill fie , nytinl , Apron ( .ilMglmins , fust colors , onto To , a yard. 1D-I Htonulicd Sliootiuir HOc n ynrd. 10-1 bnbloiU'hod Sheeting ISo ayunl , Best Values In CANTON FLANNELS lobe found in thocltynt Ou , GJo 7c , 8Jc , lOc , He , ISjctmcl IBo a ynrd. Ask to sec our At 20c o yard Excellent values in TABLE LINEN , TOWELS nnd CHA.SH TOWELING. ntspeclnl prices this week. Every one of them a We linvo iii stock n complete lineofChildren's , IVllsses" and ln dies' Underwent1 from the cheap est grades to tlio best makes. All at very low figures. 1 lot Toboi ; aiiB , IFooils ami Fascina tions worth from Me tel , all yo at ii5n each. Sl'KCIAL-1 lot Tounpqans worth from $ l.lo ! to $1.50 nil RO at 60u ou h. \Vo can siivo you money on Drcs Goods. Wo can save you nionoy on ( louts' Unilorwcnr. \Vo can fiiivo you inntnji1 nn Liulioi' Misses' nnd Cliildrons llntlcrwotir. Wo can save you money on Hlhbons , Velvets , r.nd nil Idiidsof Notion. s , Pi in , Needles Hooks and KVOH , IJuttoni , Tlircuds , Linen Stain pcJ Goods. \\'o \ want your trade anil will worc | cheap for you. Call nnd see us. Mau orilors boHcited. 32.8 Council Bluffs * , In. COUNCIL BLUFFS STEAM DYE WORKS All IiInils of Dying and Cleaning dnnn In Ilia llliliPst ; Styloof tlio Art , I'lidcil mill HCiliiod rubrics made to look as good us now , Work promptly done and ilullvcri'd Iu nil parts of thucuiintry. Send fur prlro UHI , 0. A. JlAUlIAN. I'nip. . Ot ) lli'j.i ( lwny. Near Northwestern Dei'Ot , COUNCIL Ill.WTS. IA. OFFICER & PUSEY , BANKERS. rornor Main and Mruudu'ay , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. Pt'ulois Iii fnnilKii und iloininllo ( i\ulia.na iiiiulu und Inloro.st puld on tlmo O1TIC U ' )7. ) UWIDK Nf'K , 3J W. C. ESTEP , Council HluffM , Iiuvn. I-I North IMnlii HlriM't. Fiiiinrnl Director ami Kinbaliiifr. " F. M. ELLIS & Ctt , ARCHITECTS And Bullcllii ! ! Btiporiutendonti , HooimfKI ami 4fHwi : lliilldliixUiiiiiliaNob. , anil KUIIIIIH 211 mid 211 Mvrriiiin Illocli.UouiiaU llliiltA , In Curruspoiiduncu sollulled , SPJ010IA.L NOTlOJSSr COUNCIL BLUFFS. _ _ _ "Ij OIl IIKNT Qimd six riKiin. new I'lillaife. for JL1 tto ] ior inoiitli und eity wiilir friT. Apply to I.ooiiiud KviTott " \\7 ANTKD-A young man. MtiM bt > wol f u.\icrl | 'iit' < ' ( l in tliuuuiils' fiii'iihliln ; ; lliio eM , C' . U. , thtsolllcu. _ _ f " 171UIC. HAMCoi-tradu Ono driving Icinu mid JL1 iiniilarKdliorsn.VllloMli.ni t ) fur luiyor xrulii. T. II. Hull , 701 HmitiiTt list. rms fur sil : nciir the c-ltynt . a Imwalii.V.A. . \\'IH | .V fii. , r/joMiiliist ; ( " 1KNTS clotliliiK dunned uinl roiiili- | l , or Jiiiiuldtii < ) Mlir ; for liulf Ilm rruulur pr 'e- < . Hitlnrin.'tliin : fiiiiranli'cd. Addleor call un I' ' ' , N. ri'liirsiiii. lll ! | iiiitliitli ! 1,1. _ _ KKNTI'lvo room limmo IIV < p r iinili. corimr franklin uvo. and I'ialncr eli Sinn. HKXT Tliiihliiromnv iwunpleil y A. 1J1OK : I ) . 1'iMtiir. I'twws-iloiiKlvoii.N'ov. U. A ( ol.uiiiiHid Kvcriitt. _ - liulldiix , wldlo InniHt. mid Ik's , JOST-A lirliKllu liauk and liltisvlilli < Htrli | In foM'liiiud , Ili-ti i.iuiitliH nlil. l.lbonil paid , llutiiriito ! ' . Doiulniso. lOIT H.\lI- > -Tlioloo' < aiid Ihturoiiif it wi-ll _ . . tHtalillHlicil gnieory More , or will tell hlnck und it.'iit Htoru mill llxtilli'H ; iilnd tlih'O 4-yiiii--ild ! ( culls fur milu. In < | iilrn iif 1. I * Hiultli AH n.7IS lUlliuvti.'ouncll ( HlujlH. 1J1OK IIKNT-lliiiso > uinl iimiiiHj onu < nor' ' Jstori > niiiirvoiirl house , mill ono nirnliliou room HtJ. 1C. llin'll ( tu'h , IK'S l-'lflli live. _ _ L.IV HAI.K " ( n.irclon land , with IIOIHUK , by J. 1C. Illcu , 1IU Mala at.Uounoll , vyilVfiay runt wnnii you oiinliiiy ahuiiieura YV tlioHiuaolur.in , and In c-aioof your ilvuth ttnuy tlinu lu.ivu yuir family thu homo clour untliu following to run : A homo wortli 11,0) ) ) ut 111 pur month , A lunuu wurlli JI.'O ) &t iii per mouth. Aliomn wortli li.O ) ) uttil per mouth. Alio'iio worlli l-'t , ( ) at III pur mouth , A homo worlli t4,0) > at , W l- r moutlu Otlicrprlnol linnioi on the M.un'i ujrim. Tas tlxivo iiidiitlily p-tyniiniU Incliidu prliiclpul undlutorost. VHP lull iiirtloular-i cult on or adilrcMtho.lU'ld , \ Wolh Oo , , 003 C'ouriullItlufTi , lu.