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0 THE CMJEAHA DAILY Bjflfc : FltlDAY , OCTOBER 21. 1890 , THE CXMAIIA 1VEE COUNCIL DLUFFS. OFFICK , NO. 12 PKAttL , ST. Delivered by Carrier Iniitiy part ottlio City. H , W. T1LTON. . - - MANAOKIl TEI.CI'HOXEdt OustncM OITlot1. Nn.4'J. NlKhtK < lU < irNo.2J. N. Y. I' . Co. Council Bluffs Lumber Co. . real. Justice HcndrlclH yesterday performed the ceremony at hi * residence that united for life Mnr/el Kerston and Hmma M. Jackson. Judge MctJco gent poor old Dave Tostevln to the countv J.ill yesterday for thirty days to recover from the effects of a protracted drunk. Anyone wanting to buy cheap a fine team of Inr o mules , together with harness iintl wagon , should call nt I'Yetl Davis' stables on Fourth street. Judge McCicn yesterday naturalized twenty- four persons. Mostof them xvcru from Cais county , llfteen coming In together , uml seven jty In another htitiCh , \ ' A ease of diphtheria , the llrst for nearly a * ' ' week , wns reported yesterday afternoon. The patient 1 * Wllllo Younkerman , living nt IKJI : Kust Uromlway , tV Permit tovcd wns yesterday Riven Edward > ' Daniels and Muggln Lnniar , both of Council ' . * KlulTs : U. W , Harrison of O ilen , Utah , and \ ' Mrs. H. C. Walker of Omaha. k The Hanson murder case was concluded last evening mid the district court ndjourncd until ( I o'clock this moniiiitf , when .IiulKO Mary will road his cliat-Ku to the jury. It Is tlioiilit ( they will have llttlo occasion fora disagreement There will lie a political mcetliiK of citizens of the Umlsh nationality at Smith's hall next Sntiinlny eveninp. Speeches will bo made by i . . . . . . _ _ . . . . . citizens are preparing to maku this one of the moat Important meetings of the campaign. Invitations are out for a party at the par lors of tlin Knytil Arcanum society , Riven by Misses ( ileason , Oliver and Dennett. The dnto Is Thursday evening , October ! t ( ) . A large number nt society people of Omaha will bo present. The young Indies never under take u venture of this kind , except to inalco it a success. Charles Fox , not the deputy city clerk , was lined ivtO.TU at the evening session of the police court hist night. Ho was found by Officer Wyatt In a very drunken condition , which \VIH made somewhat dniiKCrons by the addition of u knife a foot loiif. which ho AVIIS flourishing around. In default of payment of the tine lie will spend twenty and ono-half days on the street gang. There is only one patrolman located on the Island mid that is Ofllccr Fultz , commonly known as "Hcddy , " He has been getting nlong so smoothly that the police department has concluded that ho Is abundantly able to continue to preserve the peace. Thoincomo frouutho licenses and tinea is more than suf ficient to pay the expenses of the government the city has established there. There was another little case from the Island yesterday that occupied a small portion tion of the tiiao of Justice Schurz. A milk man by the name of Thco bwansou liled an information charging "Buck" Keith with as sault and battery The warrant was placed in the hands of Oftlccr Fnltz , who docs patrol duty in that locality , and Keith was arrested and brought over yesterday morning. The impression prevailed In police circles that Swanscn was unduly ex cited. Ho was endeavoring all day Wednes day to secure a warrant for the arrest of Keith , and fell Into the bands of n number of practical loiters , Ilo was sent to half a dozen places to procure the warrant , Including the llru department houses. In the hearing the fact wns developed that ho had not been assaulted by ICoith at all. Ho had pur chased a stack of hay from the East Omaha land company , ana came to not the hay without nn order from the company's agent. Keith Is one of the watchmen employed by the company , and re fused to lot the stuff go without an order. Swanson became excited and Jumped off the wagon and hurt his hip , and one of the other men took n pitchfork from him to prevent him doing any mischief , Keith employed Burke & Uowlt to defend him and the state's ' Interests wcro looked after by Attorney Casady. There was not ft shadow of evi dence to sustain the charge , und Keith was ent home. The McICinlcy Hill Has not affected the prices at tbo Peoples' Installment house. Everything goes at the sntno old figures thnt have made our patrons irlad all summer , dolled competition and inado It possible to furnish u house from top to bottom tom at llttlo expense. Our specialties this , , week will no the Peninsular heating stoves , , . ' 1 cheapest , neatest , most economical stove la l j tbo world. Maudel & Klein , yji ) Broadway. t.'i ' Great bargains this vrcolc at the Model | | . ; Clothing Co. _ _ runs o A1 , t ji ivt n.4 G HA * > nti. Colonel G. M. Woodlioad , J. J. Fruitt and Mr. Ilighecr , all of La Crosse , \Vls. , ami all attorneys , wers in the city yesterday taking depositions. Colonel Wcodhead Is nn old imny comrade of Colonel Daily , they having served in the same company. Mr. Frnitt Is an old friend of Mr. Jacob Sims. Young men's suits , nobby , stylish and latest designs at the Model Clothing Co. The Now Hotel Gordon. As largo a force of decorators and mechan ics as can bo worked to advantage have been engaged for n week or moro upon the Interior of the Uechtclo house , which will soon bo re opened under the name of Hotel Gordon. The whole Interior of the line building has been completely changed and remodeled and when it is ready to rucctvo the public It will scarcely bo recognized. It has been refurn ished from _ top to bottom and been trans formed Into ono of the coziest tmd most ele- pnnt llttlo hotels in the country. New serv ice has been provided for the din ing room and a French chef du culsino will preside In the kitchen. It is expected that the remodeling force will reach taeoftlco today and then that will 4)0 transformed Into an elegant resort for the traveler. The bar. which has always been the finest In the city , has not escaped general transformation and has been greatly improved. It will bo stocked with the llnest goods in the land. All the work Is being done under the por- Bomd supervision of Colonel S. W. Clark , the new proprietor , and If sntlsfactorv progress is made durinp the week the colonel will bo able to entertain the publlo at a Sunday din ner. $50 llc.\varcl. I will pay above reward for the arrest of Joel White and recovery of span of Iron gray inaro mules 4 and 5 years old , scnv over right eye of near mule ; nearly new set of harness , singer sewing machlno buggy repainted black. White weigh * about HO , is 17 years . old , hns black hair , bluck eyes , smooth 'face , formerly lived In Monona county , Iowa. Prop erty stolen October lit. Wlro information to JS. Morchousc , Council UlulTs , la. A Sprinter's Trouble. 0 , C. Lee , the well known snrlnter , was ar rested lust evening on a complaint from Crawford county. A few days ago Leo ran u foot-rao nt Denlsen In which ho was beaten. It appears that bis backers con cluded that ho had thrown the race and that it wns n scheme similar to that said to have been recently practiced ataracohero In which sonic fcJ.OOO was wrung from u sucker's wnl- Ict. The complainant in the present ease Is named Kcmpncr and ho lives utVoat Side. Leo's friends were last night arranging to secure a writ of habeas corpus und express confidence Unit ho can easily get free. llntlltr .MoFiulileu'n Full. BalllfT Mcl-'adden was out the other day trying to shoot a squirrel for Colonel Sapp's sick room. Ho was Joirging aloug In Ids buggy and was trying to light tils pipe , when the wheel went over a stump and hu was sud denly thrown from tha seat forward , strlutng ngulnst the wheel. The horse stopped ami MiTiultleu gathered himself up as best ha could and rtrovo home. Ho is pretty badly bruised , und Ids arm is sprained , so that ho will not be ublo to attend to tils duties lu court for a fuwduys , THE NEWS IN THE BLUFFS , Tbo Hftnsen Murder Trial Concluded and to bo Ghon to the Jury This Morning. READY FOR A BRICK-MAKING PLANT , Contractor Moore \Vnntn an listen- Nlon of Tlme Tlio Haj-H-DnvIs Seiisntloii A Noted Sprinter In Trouble I'ersoual. The arguments la the cose of 1'ctor Han son , elinrped with the murder of Walter Mad ison , occupied moil of yesterday In the dis trict court. County Attorney Organ made the opcnliiK address on the part of the state , and was followed by George Holmes and Judpo Aylcsworth for tlio defense. Mr. Or gan's closing argument was not concluded until nbout (5 ( o'clock when the court ad journed until : : ) thU morn Ing , at which time thu instructions will bo given to the A W'o ntimhor of ladles were In attend- mice yesterday , nil the cliuin lusldo the rail- ItifrhvliiK nccnplt'd hy tlioin. .ludco Mncy Instituted a reform last oven- liiff on the court adjourning. It has become tlio practice of the audiences listening to trials to Jump up from their seats and rush from the room at the llrst Intimation that court was to bo adjourned. The confusion at such times hns often embarrassed the JudRO In ulvniK the Jury the usual Instruction ns to their conduct during tlio hours of adjourn ment. Last ovcnltifr ho directed the slierllT to allow none to leave their scats until court hud adjourned. The usual rush was not at tempted , and the closing was unusually or derly and dlguliied , ti. H. Mossier Is tha manager of the Model Clothing Co , CSivo him a call. Money at nsLluco.l r.itoi louitj.lon ctiatto and real estate security by B , If. Sh-ufo & Uo flood Brick 1 "Contractor Moore Is doing seine of the best brick paving that has ever been done In the elty , or state , [ or that mutter , " snlcl a city alderman ycstcrd.iv. "Ho is pegging along so quietly ami smoothly that Uio 1:011- cral public is losing sight ot the splendid Im provements ho h making on the Htreots where ho is at work. Knuiklln avenue is fin ished and the pavers nro MOW at work on. I'lerco almost as far down ns Stutsman street. When the work U iluislio.il I tun conll- ilent the city will linvo the cheapest and bes t paving that can bo laid. The only com plaint that can botimdcts the slowness with , which the work has progressed , hut the tux- payers and the citizens will tlmnk the con tractor for that Instead of censuring him when they know that it is the result of his determination to use nothing but the best material and not lay a brick that has to ho imported , by that means keeping every dollar of the paving costs in the city. I think the council ntul the people will ho satlslled from this Job that good hard brick paving is the only kind \vo want. " A glance at the work by Tim Bun reporter yesterday win sulllcienl to verify the uldor- man's assertions with regard to the great im provement made by the new paving , Plorco street has boon clmiigftd from a secondary thoroughfare into one of the finest residence ) streets in the city. Tno paving presents as smooth n surface to the eye as the best cedar block work after it was now done , and seems ns lirraas granite. "I could have had lots moro work done , " Moore "if I could have said Contractor , se cured the brick ns fust ns I could hnvo luid them. They were not to bo had , simply he- cause the brickmakcrs could not get the brielc out fust enough. With my present force of pavers 1 could use from sixty thousand to seventy thousand brick a day. With the present facilities for making them , nil the yards In the city could not turn out that many hard burned paving brick a day. You must recollect that It Is only n small part of the kiln that produces brick suitable for paving purposes. I have paid out n good many thou sand dollars for pavlngmatcrlul since I began this work , nnd not a dollar of it has been sent out of the city. I could hnvo imported brick enough that would have passed Inspec- tion and perhaps have kept my force busy all the time , and had my work ns fur along as it should have been at this time , but ! did not deslro to do so for the reason that I am satis fied that wo can make Just as good paving brick In Council Bluffs as there is in the world. I , want to encourage the estab lishment of a suitable plant hero so it will not bo necessary to import n single brick for all the work that has boon ordered or will bo ordered In the future. It will bo Impossible lor me to complete my contracts within the specillcd tlmo .unless I import the Inrgost part of the brick and send thousands of dollars lars out of tbo city. I want to say righ there hero that If the council will grant me an extension of tlmo on my present con tracts I will guarantee the erection of a plant bore that will furnish all the brick wo want , and I will have it lu operation by the tlmo . the frost goes out of the ground In ttio spring. I will also guarantee to furnish as good brick for paving ns can bo made of clay. I will erect llio necessary furnaces this whi ter and bo ready to burn tlio llrst kiln in April. This is the only way to bring down the price of brick paving. There will ho lots of pavlntr asked for next year , and iflt can be laid for the same price that wo have to pay for cedar blocks in the past , the people , will feelinoro like having the Im provements made. It will give employment to hundreds ot men and keep thousands of dollars lu the city that under other circum stances would have to bo sent outside. I said nothing to the members of the council nbout an extension of time , but I am coutl- dent they will not deny It when the matter Is rightly understood. Tlio plant , I am will ing to guarantee , will have acapaclty of turn ing out from Ilfty thousand to sixty thousand llrst class paving brick every day It Is in operation , and they will bo bettor than these made by hand and burned in the old way , " The attention of Alderman Lacy was called to the matter , and lie frankly stated tbatthoro would bo no question about the council doing what was fair and encouraging the erection of a suitable plant. If the extension of the tlmo asked for by Contractor Moore would bo sufficient inducement to establish such an en terprise ho saw no reason why the council should not grant It. The present price of paving brick Is not far from $10 per thousand , and if they are made by machinery and upon an extensive scale the cost eau bo reduced to about one-half , and this would bring the price of paving down at least one-third. The Interest of tlio property owners as well as the general Interests of the city favor a lib eral encouragement for the establishment of u largo brick making plant , and tlio fact is about assured thnt it will bo built upon the proposition that Contractor Moore Is ready to muko to the council , Unprecedented bargains In boy's and children's clothing at the Model Clothing Co. J. G. Tlpton , real estate , 5')7 ) Broadway. Jlny'n Show Suhonie. The story of the arrest \Vllliam Horlowo Davis and Wife , as narrated In yesterday's DKI- , caused no llttlo comment in Council Illuffs. Davis has been holding spiritualistic meetings hero , and has boon demonstrating his ability to commune with the unseen. Ho had aroused considerable enthusiasm , and plans were being mndu fur furthiv meetings. Mr. and Mrs , I. M , Hay , who caused tlio ar rest , uro even better known In Council DlulTs. Mr. Hay was very prominently connected with , the booming of Miuuuvu 1'ark. and had very entomlvo property interests here. About three weeks ugolio was hero looulngaftur seine Important litigation , concerning the title of seine Manawa property. Ho had the man" Davis with 1dm nt that time , having brought him f nun California. From remarks made by Mr. Hay. Ins friends gathered the Idea that ho had picked up Davis lu Cali fornia , and thought there were seine money to bo made by giving exhibitions in Chicago , the sensations caused by Hlsnop and by Johnstoao , Indicating that thu public was ready to pay liberally for further wonders la that lino. Why ho dropped Davis U not known , neither is It known what arguments ho had inado with him. Mr. Hay Is too shrewd u tltmncler to allow himself to bo much of u victim , und the supposition U that Hay got DavU to put up enough money to moot iho expenses of the trip , so that if the experiment failed tUo loss would fall ou the spirit rath or than the flesh and blood busi ness manager. Mr. and Mrs. Hay lived hero ono summer , occupying their cottage nt Manawa. She Is esteemed hero as a perfect lady , and these who knew her are cnilc'c to denounce ns vicious nny attack upon lior character , or oven insinuations ns to her honor. Tlio PrnpoNPil IS'nll "XVorkt. The committee of the hoard of trade Is husy soliciting la behalf of the establishment of the proposed nail factory. They nro not nsklug for donations , hut nro securing promi ses to buy lots , the contracts depending upon the consummation of the deal a * already out lined In Tin : llr.i : . The first day ono-slxth of the required number of lots were taken. The enterprise is meeting with much encourage ment , but it will 'bo necessary for every ono to help to his full ability to do so In order to make the plan n success , It Is needless to urge upon Intelligent citizens the ndvnuhigos wiilch accrue from securing maim factories , Sioux City , which always has an eye open , 1ms been telegraphing to Swoenuy & Son , nt Wheeling , \V. vii. , as Is evidenced by a private telegram received from Sweeney fc Son by parties here yesterday. It reads : "Sioux City says do not niakotmy dollnlto arrangements ut Council HlutTs until wo sco you. " The arrangements hero have gone so far that If Council UlulTs comes to the front with Its part Sioux City stands no show of securing the works. If Council Ulufh drops , then Sioux City may bo given a ehimco to llgtiiu Under the clrcunist'iiicc-s It behooves this city to bo prompt In Its action. HOSTONSTOIl3 , COU.VOlIi UTjUPK H Kcnd and I'rollt Thereby Our IJOBS Votir Gain. I10S1EHY DBPAUTMKMT. Children's wool hose , all slics , from V to 8'nt ' Ilie , 150 dozen children's all wool hose , sizes from fitoSVjj , ( subject to Imperfections ) a regu lar ! Kio nose ; IDc , ! ) for fiOc. Wo nro showing tan different lines of child ren's and misses' tioso at ! i. e n pr , la nil sizes In Ixl mid 4x1 rib. Also fancy and plain In bluck and Oxford gray. Boys' bicycle , hose In heavy rib black and gray ; aio a pair. Infant's wool hose at lOc , 20c , 2."c , 3'lc and IlOc Silk lit ( V.o ) and " > c. Ladles' llecco-llnod hose K c , la gray and solkl colors. Ladles' fast black llccco lined hose Gordon dyes , 2ic. Ladles' fast blnck , Gordon dyes , 33c. Hermsdorf dyc , Jt'Jo n pair. CHir.DHHN'S UND13UWEAU. White merino vests and pants , sizes 10 to 31 , from lf > c. to y.C. ) All wool gray vests and pants , sizes 10 to ill , from lc to 7ic. Scat-lot vests and pants , sizes 10 to 31 , from U.Cto ) T5c. Highgrado natural wool vests and pants , sizes lHo80 ( , fromSOo to ft. Ail the nbovo pants coma with the now Im proved long cuffs. Infants' vests ( shrunk wool ) fine cashmere and hand knit , from 20c to 7f > c each. LA.DIKS' UNDEHWEAH. White ribbed vests , long sleeves , 25e. Gray ribbed vests , long sleeves , Me. Plain whlto vests and pants 8Uc. Plain and ribbed vests and punts in whlto and natural wool at Mc. ) Ladles'natural wool vests and pants , war ranted all wool , line gauge , at75o : Just as good as any § 1 garment in the market. Hlbbed vests and pants , extra heavy rib , at * t. Union suits at 89o ti suit. Boston stoso , Fotheringham , Whitelaw & Co. , 401 , 403 and -105 Broadway , Council Bluffs. J. C. Blxby , steam tioailng , sanitary en gineer , 013 Llfo bullltnir , O.uilu ; 23 ! Mor rium block , Council Hind's. Visit the Model Clothing Co. , 523 Broad way , Sapp's new building. * Governor Rolen at tlio Opera House. Governor Hontca Boles made his second visit to Council Bluffs yesterday , and last evening addressed an immense audience nt the opera houso. In the parquet and dress circle were a number of ladies , but the prin cipal part of the audience was composed of mon anxious to hour the democratic governor of Iowa talk on politics. All the standing room in the roar part of the house was occu pied , and there was a largo number of gentle men who satis lied their curiosity to sco and hear the governor and rethol after remaining at the door a few moments. Their places wcro quickly lllled with others , and a con stant stream was thus kept coining and going all the time. The governor made a very interesting but modest address which had been carefully prepared , and to guard against nny unpleas ant lapses of memory he had the manuscript before him but did not refer to It very often. There was llttlo or no attempt made to dis cuss local or state politics , but thu whole buvndon of the speech was an effort to show the Iniquities of the republican tariff laws and how much bettor everything and every body would bo if the democratic dream of the millennium could be realized and the whole world bo one large , happy family with no scllish or self-protective restrictions thrown around any nation to protect Its commerce. The speech abounded in homely and plainly drawn Illustrations of the bur dens placed upon the common people by the McKiiiley bill. Nino-tenths of the governor's lance thrusts were made lUMujorMeKinloy's ' practical Ideas of the tariffand they were ro- inferred by what the governor was pleased to cull expert testimony. The speech was not bitter and it did not bristle with misrepresentations like the usual efforts of democratic politicians. It was moro like the deliberate effort of a law yer to make a favorable showing before the Jury for his client who hns paid him for the job and expects the attorney to make the best case possible out of the facts that have been given him and the testimony of a few wit nesses who have been sworn to tell the truth , but the degree of whoso relationship to Au- nanlas the lawyer has not been particular or deemed it best to inquire into. The spc ch was listened to with courteous attention and was frequently applauded. On the whole the governor made a very favora ble Impression upon his audience , regardless of party prejudice , and will leave the city with the consciousness of having earned the good opinion of the people. Aftur the conclusion of the speech there were loud and continuous calls for Colonel Tom Bowman , who had occupied a modest seat la the rear part of the stage during tbo governor's address , but who had quietly gone ou tn few moments before the speaker con cluded. The calls were in vain , but they were earnest , loud and long , and wcro only silenced by the stentorian voice of ox-Con gressman I'uscy , who announced that ho desired - sired to present General Woodruff ofVis - consltr. Seine of the crowd worn still yelling for Bowman when the distinguished visitor from the badger state \vnlkcd to the front part of the stage. General Woodruff spoke in an easy and graceful manner for a few moments , culling attention to the fact thnt the rcputillcans In Wisconsin and some of the democrats had abandoned the discussion ol the tariff and wore talking the people uwny from the real issue of the campaign uy devot ing all their time to publlo school question and the Bennett antl-Cathollo law , Ho turned the point very neatly and gnicofully. At 10 o'clock the largo good naturcd bul not enthusiastic audience was dismissed. The Manhattan sporting headquarters , 41 ! Broadway. _ Look at tbo illio display of overcoats at tlio Model Clothing Co. I'eter.i' Assets ami Ijlnlillit los. MISISTKK , Mich. , Oct. 2 : ) . A report sent to Dun's commercial agency states that iho direct and indirect liabilities of H. O. Peters are fl , H)0,000. The assuts are over Sfl.OOO.OOO Peters made the assignment at the advice o friends to clear himself from several dlsas trous concerns. In Memory of JiiHtleo Mlllor. Judge Dundy has appointed Iho following committee to prepare and report to the corn- at the November term resolutions , etc. , ot the death of Justice Mlllor : J. M. Wool wortn , John L. Wobjtor , John 1 , Uealck , ( } W. LainberUou. G. W. Ambrose , and Join C. Warton. Van Houten's Cocoa Pure , soluble , eco nomiad. \ \\1CCflllEDTflIOffA. \ \ . Heed's Toxir Through the State Marked by a Series of Ovations. A SHORT ADDRESS AT CEDAR RAPIDS. ! Yesterday's Salons of the Ilnnttat Stale Convention The County Trcnsurct-M-Iowa Clty'H Pop ulation tite Oddfellows. Cnmii U.M'ins , la. , Oct. 23-Spcaker Heed arrived from Uurllngtou soon after 0 o'clock his morning , An enthusiastic throng of pec- do gave him nn ovation. It response to loud md numerous demands , Heed appeared on ho platform of the car and inado a twenty- nlnuto speech , which was received with np- ihuisc and laughter. The 11" jitlut Convention. IlF.nOAK. la , , Oct. M. [ Special Telegram oTni ! IJr.K.l Ucports of committees , elec tion of ofllccrs , etc. , occupied tbo morning session of the IOWA Baptist sta'o convention lore today. Among tlio resolutions adopted was ono requesting that the world's ' fair bo closed on Sundays , and another favoring the state prohibitory law mid pledging support o the state temperance alllunco. The clec- , lon of ofllcors rosultsd In the choice of A. J. vlcCrary of ICeoluik for president ; Kov , Dr. 3 , H. Strickland of Sioux City and U. Kora- wcb of Davenport , vice presidents ; Hcv. N. II. Halrdcn of Washington , missionary sec- rcuiry ; Kov. IMC. Kldridgoof Vlnton.Sunday school secretary ; T , H. Smltbof AVnshington , assistant secretary , with a board of managers if forty members A committee of live , wltii lev. Dr. Stetson of DesMolnes as chairman , was nppomtou to prepare an appropriate special programme for next year's meeting , which will bo the scml-ccntoiinlnl anni versary. It was voted to hold next year's meeting at Manhulltown. A collection aggregating J'JOO ' was taken for state conven tlon work. The afternoon session was especially inter- titij , ' . Kov. U. K Holt of Waterloo read ho report of the committee on home mis sions , and inado nn address on the work of the homo mission society In the west In view of the perils of immigration. A breezy address was made by Ucv. tf. M. Archer of 3riindy Canter on "Glimpses of tlm West. " This was followed by a strong address by Kov. Dr. William M. Ilidgh of Chicago on : ho "Gospel and r'reo Institutions. " Hov. l'W. . I'arsons of ( Ucnwood presented the renort of the committee on foreign missions. An address on foreign mission work wns nado by Kov. Dr. Tolinan of Chicago , fol- owed by the setting apart of Ilev. I'enn Moore of Wuverly as a missionary to Assam. This evening was the closing session of the convention. Hev. V. N. Kldridgo of VInton submitted nls report as Sunday school mis sionary , and there wei-o addresses by Kuv. I ) . II. ( IrllUthof Shonundoah on "Tho Urcat- icss of Sunday School Workers ; " by Kuv. D. C. Blackmail of Sioux City on "Baptists anil Their BlbloVork , " and by Ilev. IDr. .T. C. Muplo of Keokuk on "The Work and Value of the American Baptist Publication Society. " Tomorrow the young people's auxllary lave their annum meeting , with the pro gramme providing for morning , afternoon and evening sessions. Atlantic : Notes. ATLANTIC , la. . Got. Si. [ Special to Tin : 13Ei.J-Hon. J. H. Keel : and W. P. Hepburn , solicitor of the United States treasury , ad dressed n largo audience at tbo opera liouso last evening. Mr. Hepburn made the open ing speech and arraigned the democratic party ns a party of negation. Ho said they liad opposed every principle and measure that hod been promulgated and carried out by tbo republican party for the past three decades. Mr , Hepburn defended the AI cKin- ley bill , saying it was the best bill that could have been adopted for the varied interests of the people of the United States as a whole. Ilo eulogized the record of Keprcsontntlvo Hcecl , and said thnt ho should have the full support of the republican party at the coming election. He was followed by Mr. Heed , who reviewed the promises made and kept by the republican party. Ho stated his position on the silver bill and pledged himself to sustain republican principles and republican promises if elected. Both speakers wore well received and enthusiastically applauded. The out look is very bright for tbo republican ticket in this vicinity. George K. Bolt , senior sagamore of the state order of Hod Men , died this morning of pneumonia. He will bo buried In DCS Moincs , The original package houses arc making preparations to open up again lu this city. Repudiated by the Alliance. Dis : MOIXKJ , la. , Oct. 3. [ Special to Tun BEI : . ] Some time ago tlicro was n meeting at Tania , in. , attended by a few alleged farmers' alllanco men , mostly democrats , which nominated n Marshall county farmer for congress from the Fifth district. A member of an alliance in Tania county wrote to President Furrows of the state alliance asking If the farmers' alliance endorsed the convention and the nominee. The following reply was inado : Guiwix , la. , Oct. 10. W. F. Eshbaugh. Dear Sir : Ilcplying to your letter of Octo ber 14,1 deslro to suy that I know nothing personally of the convention at Tuma City , not being present or having anything to do directly or indirectly with the same. I know that this convention was not called at the direction or by the authority of the alliance of this district or county. You are correct in saying that the alllanco is a non-partisan organization and had no hand or voice In. this convention. The alliance ot Ibis state Is composed of members of all political organ izations , and it is the policy of the organiza tion to take no part in politics , the members being free to follow the political party of their personal choice and vote for such mou and measures as they deflia will further their interests individually. Yours truly , J. B. Fuuuows , President of the Farmers' State Alliance. United Brethren Conference. DBS MOIN-KS , la. , Oct. 2 ! ! . [ Special Tele gram to TiicBBB. ] In the United Brethren conference today for the western naif of Iowa the following changes In pastorals were re ported : Hopkins Grove , C. , T. Graham ; Nor wood , .r.N. Cronk ; Milford , H , M. I'ottor ; "West DCS Moincs , J.'Tuhnngo ; Jamaica , Dv- i-on Clark ; Hillsdale and Emerson , F. M. lloyn ; Dale , A. Wlclnvlro ; Avcru , O , E. Blrtch ; AudubonA < J. Patterson ; Clurinda , .T.D.Clark ; Oilman- . Mnrkoo ; Hopovillo , J. B. Long ; KlngslviV. . D. Adams : Mel- IwurneV. . T , DaHnson ; Mount Ayr , H. W. Hurplo ; Pleasant. Valley , F. H. Is'elT ; Van Meter , B. M. Jo'nb'ar Wintersct , D. Pyc ; Scranton , D. M. Harvov ; Prnlrlo City , C. D. Spencer ; Perry Lovfis , Hlco ; Dcllunco , N.F. Illcks ; Karlham , J. M. Harper ; D.iyton , J. A. Mitchell ; CurmMlton , u. E. SlnUery ; Ames , J. II. Snake- ; Decatur , J. A. Iluynvs ; North Wintersct , 'I ' , S. Ford ; Illockton , S. A. Lovelace. loivn City's I'opulntlon. IOWA CITY , la. , 'Oct. 33. Mayor Heno to night received from tlio census department at Washington Information that the recount ordered by the government gives Iowa City a population of 0S8-l'os , against 5,023 given by the Juuo count. In 18SO the ofllclal census gave Iowa City 7 , 120 , but at that time the students of the many educational Institutions in the city were enumerated. Counting the students , ns was done lu ISM ) , the population of Iowa City Is today ut least U.WX . ) . The DBS MoiNEe , la. , Oct. S3 The Grand lodge of Iowa Oddfellows closed Us session today. An Insurance plan was adopted and the Oddlollows' annuity association of this city given license to transact the business of tlio order. Aconunlttoo wns appointed to consider the mutter of building u homo for the grand ledge In Bomo city of the Htato. The oftlcers wcro publicly installed this ufter- iioon. _ _ Convent Ion o f County Troasurers. GV.oAnlUnns , la , , Oct. 83. [ Special Tele- Ki-am to TUB IJitE. ] The llrst convention of county treasurer * was hold hero today. The convention was culled to consider tUo ndvUablllty of adopting n uniform system of keeping the several accounts In the county treasurers' otliccs of the Mate , with a Vlowof simplifying the Work of said oftlra J , U. Coutts was elected chairman , and Henry C. Struck , jr. , secretary. A committee Was ( i [ > - polntcd toexnmlnc tlio books In the different ofllccs and select such us they would recom mend for general adoption. U was left , with thochnirimm and secretary to Jlx the tlmo and place of tlio next muting , after which the convciitlun adjourned. The Supreme Court. DM atoiNKii , In. , Oct.ffil. [ Spcdal Tclo- gram to Tim HKH. ] The following cases wcro decided by the supreme court today : S. Haincll & Co. , appellants , vs Joe fiery aiullCatoAuKUStlno and St. Louis , ICcokuk & Northwestern railroad ; Leo district ; re versed. Kobcrt Donahue , appellant , vs Thompson McCnsh ; DesMolnes district ; reversed. Julia L. Iletitly , appeltmt , vs M. W. Tay lors Black Hawk district1 , reversed. y.imuel Hlbbs , appellant , vs the Western land company and W. IA Sleeper ; O'lJrlen district ; allli-inccl. Kstntoof .Poliu Ilofftnun vs Nicholas Hoff man ct at ; Dubuo.uo district ; nnirnied. State vsGcorgo Hern , appellant ; Polk dis trict ; nnlrincd. Joseph Gravel , appellant , vs dough & Coo ; Woodbury district ; afllrmcd. Charles Austin vs Uowninn Brothers .t Burr etal , appellants ; Duller district ; af- 11 fined. Oliver & Miller vs S. T , Davis , npncllnnt ; AVoodbury district : afllrmcd. 15. R Fink vs Chicago , Koch Island & Pa cific railway , appellant ; Muliasku district ; atllrmcd. The great Dr , Hoerhanvo leftthreo direc tions for preserving tlio health keep the feet warm , the head cool , and the bowels open. Had ho practiced in our day , ho might have added : and purify tlio blood with Ayer's Sar- Ruparllln ; for hu certainly would consider It the best. "Tho World's ' Fair" Is In progress nt the Boyd , the Inaugural ceremonies , last night , being witnessed by n very large audience. Tbo absence of the president , who usually Inaugurates national Jubilees , wns remarked , but Mr. K. JO. Hlco , the best known manager of burlesque in the country , occupied the di rector's box and saw that the opening exer cises wore properly conducted. Never in the history of burlesque has tbero been anything near like the "World's ' Pair. " It is inado up of good , bad and indifferent features , excelling In pretty girls , new cos tumes and exceedingly effective scenery. Much of the business last ni ht was crude , but a month ou thoroad will place the com pany quito on an equal with anv similar or ganization en tour. Incident after incident , situation after situ ation followed each other -with startling rapidity , until the eye wearies and the brain grows tired of the seemingly never-ending tableaux. There nro two or three very clever things Introduced during the three acts , the burlesque on the lurid En glish melodrama , and the lUillnti opera being particularly Interesting because of the original manner In which thev are worked nn. The 0110 nnrtlculnrlumlnarv of the evening was Miss IClalno Ellison , n very graceful and pretty woman , who tells the story of the play. The possessor of an ex ceedingly rich and mellow voice whiqh she uses effectively In the chnracterof Columbia the goduess , who never fails to see that America secures the largest premiums and gold medals. Many of the melodies and incidental music are reminiscent of "Adonis" and "lijvan- gclinc , " but they nro bright and catchy ; that is all the public requires. Miss Ilattlc Waters is hardly the Prieilla of Alayilowcr fame , but for the purposes of burlesque she is decidedly eii regie. Mr. Earl , Sam Hyan und George Lvding have been happily cast. With judicious cutting and prunning "Tho World's Fair" can bo made a winner. } l p of Fig' ' , Produced from the laxative mid nutritipiis Juice of California lies , combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to bo most beneficial to the human system , acts gently on the kidneys , liver and bowels , effectually cleansing the system , dispelling colds and headaches , and curing habitual constipation. Tlic Anti-Prohibition Club. The members of the nutl-prolilbitlon elub held a spirited meeting at St. Louis hall , Thirteenth and Itanium streets , last night. Two hundred members were present and forty new members Joined the club. Speeches wcro made by Major Vauglm , W. P. Wanplch , F. A. 13rogan and A. M. Lynamaii. Tonight the club will listen to W. S. Shoemaker and other speakers. Sat- uriiay night the colored onti-prohibltlonists will hold a meeting , at which several promi nent orators will discuss the prohibition amendment in all of Its phases. The Seventh ward bund will furnish the music for the occasion. The Kev. Win. \VlartonOnt.states ; After being ineffectually treated by seven teen different doctors for scrofula ana blood disease , I was cured by Burdock Blood Bit ters. Write him for proof , Jlrolc < ; His Lc < ; . Martin O'Connor ' , a laborer who was helpIng - Ing to unload somes telephone poles at the corner of Jones and Twelfth streets yester day afternoon , was struck by a polo which fell from the wagon and sustained n broken leg. He was removed on it stretcher to the central police station , and later to St. Jo seph's hospital. Thoinuii claims \Vibhing- ton , D. C.as , his homo , bullion been living In Lincoln , this state , for some tlmo until within a wok or two. Citlicns Omaha at Inline nml abroad ihnnlil remember that ticrcwnliifiiflildircuttlrutton arc Friday , Octoler J ( , and Satuidi\uXwcM' , lier 1. liornlinrdt's Cleopatra. PAHISOct.2U. [ Special Cablegram to Tun Bi'.i : . | Saruou's version of "Cleopatra" writ ten for Sarah Eernhardt had Its first produc tion this evening at the Porto St. Martin theatre. Every available seat was occupied , The performance inado u profound Impres sion , The marvellous talent of Sarah Bern- liardt was displayed lu the greatest possible measure and she received a perfect ovation , In the fourth act , where Cleopatra overhears the love making of Antony and Oetavla she brought down the house. The scenic effects wcro much applauded except those In the first and third acts. General Mile * Gnini ; to i'lno General Brooke and Lieutenant Hoe , A. I ) . C. , will meet General Miles , commander of the Division of the Missouri , at Arlington , Neb , , on the Fremont , Klkhorn it Missouri Valley railroad , this morning and accom pany him to Fremont , and return to Omaha in the afternoon. General Miletis traveling with the Indian commission to the Pine Uldgo agency , Dakota , and dc.sired n confer ence with ( loncral Broolcoregarding1 matters likely to como up for action before the com mission. Army Notci. Private Charles W. Johnson , Troop F , Ninth calvary , will bo discharged thobcrvico on November II , IblH ) , Second Lieu tenant Capers D. Vance , Six- tceiith Infantry , has been detailed as adddi- tional member of the general court martial convened at the same place. Second Lieutenant Charles P. George , Sixteenth Infantry , has been relieved from duty as a. member of the jjenernl court. mar tial convened at Fort Du Cliesnc , Utah. Through coaches Pullman pulnco Bloopers , dining curs , free reclining chair cars to Chicago and intorvonlng points via the great Hook lulnml route. Ticket olllco 1002 , Sixteenth and Fiirmun , Blexlcnn Tuwtia 1'MoodoU. Citr ov MEXICO , Oct. 23. Terrible rain storms hnvo prevailed in Colina and Von Cruz the past Tour days and still continue. Many small towns are Hood and all travel and telegraph Is Interrupted. Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrupfor Ohl 1 dron Teething relieves the child from pain , 25 cents a. bottle , riio r > In tlio Territory Opponetl to ocnpjIiiK Th(5lr linmlH. Cirr , Mo. , Oct. S.I. Thomas Cnight , tliogeoioglealcnplncor of the Rock aland ralhvay , lion bi3en for some months iast In the Italian territory nuking a ; cologool ! survey of the country to bo ntversed by the Hock Wand's extension. Ilo returned today and In nn interview said jiitt an alarming feeling of discontent cxhts among the Indians of tlio territory with respect to the occupation of their lands by llio whites. The vorlc of tlio northern Indians , who have been wrought up for some tlmo over the prediction of a inedlclno man that the Indian Chrlit U shortly to como among them and by his tniplred leader ship lead UK-HI In nu irrcslstable crusiulo against the whites , has extended to the terrl- lory. The Indians nro singing new .songs Unit tell of war and victory. For months [ uist then ) have been passing among tlio tribes various tokens and signs that menu discontent and secret plotting"There ap pears to bo a gravity In tha situation which could not bo overlooked. To just what extent the Indians are preparing for war , If war it is to be , I don't know. I believe , however , that the willingness to part with tlieir Inndn has been dictated hyadoslro to purchase the acciou- trunumtH of war -with the money received from the sale of their reservations. " Mr , ICnlght made nn exhaustive Investiga tion regarding the reported phenomenal irold finds , and while ho has Hindu small finds of gold , is not of the opinion ( hat gdd exists lu any consldoriiijlu quantities , und says that most of the excitement Is duo to .salting and systematic booming by persons who have land to dispose of. Fit" , spasms , St. Vitas' dance , n orvous lies and hysteria nro soon cured by Dr , Miles Norvlnc. Five samples at Kuhn , t Co.'s ' , IMh mid Douglas. NKXATUR ill.lCtliltlll\ lilt Kit. Thrown IVoni IIli Hiiii y and Jlln Collar itfine Jlroken. VKii niu.Kfi , ICy. , Oct. 2 : ) . Last evening , when United States Senator Hhickburri uns returnliiB from a drive , his horse run away and upset the buggy. The senator vni thrown violently to the ground , his collarbone bono broken , one shoulder crushed , and ho was otherwise severely Injured , Thn physi cians do not anticipate any serious results , but say the senator will bo laid up several weeks. Nerve nn a UvorlMlh. An Important discovery. They act on the liver , stomach anil bowls through the nerves. A now principle , They speedily cure blllouinoss , bad taste , torpid liver , piles and constipation. Splendid for men , women and children. Smallest , mildest , simst. Ik ) doses for 'Jj cents , Samples free at Kuhn & C'Or's , 15th and Douglas. DlnnfTcctloii Among Itu.sHlaii I'conlc. L.ONIIOX , Oct. 2:5.The : Telegraph's ' St. Petersburg correspondent says : The minis ter of the interior bus received alarming re ports on tbo state of the country. The pris ons are crowded with suspects , chiefly young men of the educated classes. Disaffection Is spreading everywhere , incendiarism Is rlfo and there have boon conflicts in many places between the peasantry and soldiers. - Train ( Jobbery In JTcw Mexico. Socoxo , N. M. Oct.'iJ. Thrcomen boarded a Pullman car on the Suittr Fo train near San Antonio this morning , drew revolvers and relieved the porter , conductor and pas sengers of their surplus cash. Thev then Jumped from iho train , taking to the hills. It is estimated that they got $ lr.H ( ) . They went iuto only ono car. A posse is after them. Scvnro Storm Along ; Jersey's Coast. Asni'uv 1'AUK , N. J , , Oct. IM , A terrillo storm has been raging along the Jersey con't all day and much damage was done by the high surf. Vessels are reported ashore nt Spring lake , but as the wires are down no in formation is obtainable bof ore morning , Co-opcr.ttliiii Ankod. WASinxoToy , Oct. li'l. A.I today's session of the American institute of architects , a communication was read from the national association of tire engineers asking llio co operation of architects hi the matter of pro curing uniform ilro ordinances. A I.lKlit In Kvcry Hcrth. To the Chicago , ailhvmikoo & St. _ Paul railway bolongfi the credit of boiii tlio llrst in the country lo roilucotho matter of olectrio lighting-of tralnn toscicntlllo perfection. Ono of the novel features introduced in the sleeping1 oars is a patent electric rctulliiff lamp in each sec tion. With this luxurious provision , rending at nigU before and nftor retir ing bouomoH as comfortsiblo 119 by day , and when re-thing tlio toilet may ho tniido In comfort and seclusion. The berth rending lamp in the Pullman sleeping cars run on the Chicago , Mil- wuilvcouit. % St. Paul i-allwiiy , hetwocn Omalm and Chicayo , is patented and cannot be used b.v any other railway company. It is the greatest improve ment , of the ago. Trjr it jmd bo con- viiiced. Sloojiinyoars louvo tlio Union Pacific depot , Omnlia , nt 0:10 : p. m. dally , arriv ing at Chicago at lfl ) : : ! a. in. Secure tickets uml sleeping cur Iwrtlmtl Union TicketoHlco , loUl FiriHiiiifeti-cotUarkcr ! ( Lloclc ) , Onwha. j. E. PnnsTotf , r. A. NASH , Puss , . \tjcnt. Geu'l Agent. The now ollli-os o ( tlio Great Rock Island roulo , 1C02 Sixteenth and Furnain Ktrcets , Onmlui , nro tlio llnost in thoclt.v. Cull and see them. Tickets to all points cast at lowest rates ) . Blirnp llor < lors Mnrtlorod , Stviu , : CITY , N. MOctn. , , ! ! TwoMcxicaa sheep lienlcrs have lw > n munlcred mid their bodies horribly man gled lv Imllans a flvr miles from here. A [ vjasols In pursuit. 1002. Slxtocnth mid lc'iirnnm wlreots Is llio now lloi'lc Island tlokut ollluo. TIckf cln to till points east at loweit mica. SPECIAL" COUNCIL BLUFFS. \rUliKS-lor wlo I'lienp ' , a tpnii of Rood * ' * - working mules , Avlth linrnes < mill wagon. Apply In 1'ri'il U.ivis * slulilcsou rourth street , nuiirriftliuveiiuii. IjlOU IllCST I'lonHiint ' suite of furnlsliod - ' roiitii * . liiiiilriMiru | > r4Uip. ni.iit l.'l ' t-oiilli till N ( . MM. I. ! ' , \Viiri1. I OUIU T Iloiiso.fonr IUTCH of K nml J. ioncrurtof nnstiUT , nenrolty , u ( or iliurjuml milk 111:111. Apply to U'ouiml Kvuiftt. \y \ ANTID ? Ajlrl fur Kfiiornl hmistnvorlc. Apply to MUs Mary ( Lili'n ui. I' ' IVnrl st , F1OHSA l.rior Imdo-Ono driving toinn anil ono lam1 horse. Will oxchunijo For liny or KTH I nT.Ji.IUj | | , 70tSoutli7t hM _ ? _ _ _ _ rpWDSO-ncro fiinns fur snln mvir tlicrlt vat * - _ _ liiirKiiln , W. A.Vo \ < t l , t Co , r.'O Mnli'i ( t. rj KYI'S clot hi tin I'h'iitHHl ' utul iiipulu'd. or 4 Vninilt ) toordor fur lutlf 'In' roxnlur iirleot. SitIsdu-t : Ion KiuiMiilft'cl.ilditni or mil cu P. X. IV'toisoii. illll South Dili st. liHOII SA IJITlio stoi ! ' ( ami llMurcs iif avdl ostublMu'd ( jnievry store , or will si < ii sUioUiiuil rout sloro nml IIMuriel ulNii thioii J-yonr-Dhl oolis for will ? . Iniiulrii nt T. U on , 7IS 10th HVC. . Ciiiinell IIUilN. T -11oa * < HM anil roonii ; ono over Htoro near oourl house , und ) IID furiilshud mom nt ,1. U , Harbison' * , OlUl'Ifthavo. P OK HALE or Uont-Uardoti laud , with houses , Uy J. U. KIco. lOJ.Miitii at. . Council DlulU Electric Trusses , Belts , Chest Protectors , Etc ' AGENTS MED. Dll.C.B , JUDD , OOQ Brondw.iy , Council Bluffs , la CITIZENS STATE BAM Or Council Bluffs. PAID UP CAPITAL $150,00 ! SURPLUS AND PROFITS. 50,000 LIABILITY TO DEPOSITORS 350,00) ) DIUECTOIH I. A. Mlllnr , V , O. fllrnson , K. U Fhouart. B. K. Hurt , J. 1) . Kdmuixlsmi. Charlri 0. Iliuman. TruiMaot BiMier.it biniUlnj bnsl- lies * . Lirvest : oiiltil ; | ami surplus of un ; bank In Southwestern Iowa. INTEREST ON TIM E DEPOSITS. 27 MAIN STHKET. Over 0. 11. Jauiiicinlii& JowolryStort OFFICER & PUSEY , BANKERS. Corner Main ruid II road way , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. Unulcrs Iti foroljn and doinostlc oxewnt ; Collodions made ami Interot , palil on tliut deposits. Ttf Justlcn of tlio Pence . Olllco over ill American KxpruMS , No. t'M llroadvay , Council UlulK loivu , Hi Qllinflf rc Attorneys at Law. 1'rac/ OilllIHllIS tioo in tlio btuto iirxj fedunrl courts. Rooms II , 4 unit 5 Hliugarl llcuo block. Council lllutrs. Iowa. F. M. ELLIS & CO. , ARCHITECTS And Eutldin ? Superintendents. Kooimt'iO nml 4i : ! Boo IliilldlnuOmuhu.Nob. . . n lid Rooms 211 nndUlil Merrlam Illot'k , Oounoll lilull's. lu Correspond 1'iiuu D. H , McDaneld &Co. , Butchers' ' and Packers' Supplies , Market Fixtures , Casing , Piilcoi and Sausage Jlakurs' Muuliltiitry K20 < Hi Main St. . Ciiinioll HliilTs , In. Also dc.ilurt In Hid I'saiul Kara OFFICE. OT. KEHrilENC'E , W. C. ESTEP , Council HltinVi , Iowa. II North Main Street. Funeral IHreutor and or no > 4 Our Prices on Carpets and House Furnishing Goods are as Follo\V3 for Thirty Days : Lowell Tiifjrnlu CarpctsSOopor yard , wortl ) OOc. Fromontlntrriiin Carpets 7oc per yard , worth B"c. . All wool Ingrain Car poUTOij per yard , wortli 80o. Wool fillwi cotton chniii C-irputs OOe per yard , wortli "Oc : . Union Ingriiln Ctirpota oOc per yard , worth OOc. In-iraiu Carpols Ii5c , Souloc , worth UOR. 41o. 5.1c. Tapestry Urussels 5. > c , OOc , V.lc , 85 , wort tiTOo , HOc. 05o , $1.10. $ llody Brussels * 1 , * 1.15 , S1.2-r , 81.35 , * . , 81.1K , 1.IS ! , H.fiO. Velvet Cariotrt | 41 , $1.3) ) , $1-10 , worth 31.20 , $1.40 , $1.60. Moquottu Carpets Sl.iH , 1 , 5$1.45 , wortli $1.40,81.60 , * l. 0. Nottlntflmm Lace Curtains $1.50,1(2.50 ( , 33.501.50 , * .f > .60 per pair , worth $2.60 J3.50l.r / 0 , # 0 , $7.50 roipair. . Irish Point * i , 40 , $8 , $10 , worth ? 0 , $7.60 , $10 uii'd * 12. Hutijols $12. $15 , 320 , J30 , worth $10 , Jl0 ! , 530 anil 840. Rujrs-18-ln vlile $1.50 , 28-in witlo $2.60 , flO-iii wide $5.50 , worth $2./50 , $3 anil 8. Chonlllo Curtains $0 $ , IT.oO and $10 per pj.lr , worth $ S , S10 and ilUtor ) pair. OU cloth 25o , 35c15o , and CSojior ynrd. Oilcloth rugs70cto $2 , worth $1 to S2.BO. Hoinnants of Brussels CVpots 80o to $1 per yard for Hugs , worth 81.M to $1.M ) . \Vindowshado380cto \ 75c , wortli COo to$1.2o. Curtuin I'oloB and Trhnmlngn 40u to 7fic , worth OOc to $1. Tlmso jrico9 are strictly spot cash or cash on del ivory. ' Drapery Goods , Fringes and Upliol- storinj , ' GooJs at prlcoa that defy com petition , Wo will do upholstering work at fTroiitly roiluced prices. Dring l your old furniture. \ Cull and see us or wrilo forKiunploa V and prices. Goods Dollvered Free in Council Bluffs and Onialm or nny Town WitlilnSOOMlles. Goifncil Barpet Bo. ; 4O7 BROADWAY.