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f JMilO I.ODCK Nil. hj. a. o. i:. w.-: Mi-us
4 evi-ry aliernac - l'ritlay 'Vciiinir at K. il 1".
hall. Transient lp:i tiers :ir- ri - j n 't i u My i n -Vileil
tuatn-nd. K. I-:. V !iil-, M;is!,-: Vv -;i kii.;in ;
JC. A, 'aiti;. Kim-aiaii ; K. J. Morgan, ivcii i r ;
J. 1C. Murris, liornrdcr.
C1ASS CAM I NO. MUDCItN .'( l IMK.N
' of Alili'i u.-a .Mt-i-ts m-chi..! .lu.l I'Hii t !i .A:-!ii -d
ay f vt'iiiu at K. of l hui'. All tiausii-nt
lrolliiT! an r'ij u-st i-tl to in . I v illi u-. ,. A.
JieWOO-niT. Vi'i:cr.it.Ii' C.iiitil ; W. I ', iili tis,
yVoi tliy AUvisi-r; I', M -rai-s, i ll.tiiiu r ; J. li.
1L.v7,fs-MolIrl1 l.'I)'.:K Ni.s, A.M. I". V.
MeV.' V'-ry alDTiiatu I'liiiay -vi-ii:!! at
I:ockttiic)i,' I'all .tt s o'l l-i.iix. All tiM'isii ui In.. i ti
ers arc ri's- '' fully invii--il m nit-ii.l. -i. A.
iiitsclic, yi. "v-: -s- '' Jri'-n. lviri iii.ui : S. C.
Wilde, lii-cord. l' ' s- A- Newcoatcr. ovt.m-.t.
McCONIHiJ POST 45 G. A. li.
Sam. M. Ciiai'm an
C. S. Twi-s
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eaci liiontlt al ro.-,t Jlead'in arlers . u ''"lK
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SpccialAtlcnt'on i7Gitaioii Zwzi
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AT THE USUAL
SMITH & B
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Cor. 12th :.nd Granite Street.-.
Contractor and Bizndei
MAXCFACTCllFiP. OF AND
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
wr.Ai.iuv i.n the j
Choicest iran'Jsof Cigars :'
incluelin7 our :i
ft;i.l lixe of
TOBACCO AXDS3IOKERS ART ICLES
always in stock. Kov. 2G. 3 ;SS5.
Laiest by Taiegrapii.
l;UIC'V-.l AMI SToI.r.N'.
Vcgsc! and Crc-wLost.
I.iinik'N, S-jjI. 12. A I-'if ttc i t S!,ia k
ri ;: ts Hi's los; of a vi-.-.--.-! v.'ith lil'ty
li.unl-iin tin; i;ni;!i'i cliaiiiii.1.
Tojx-k.'t, K':ix., S-pt. 12. Tiif. (:.ialias
wen: li l'. ;ifc.l 1 y tin; 'i'j' kas to l.iy by
tin; lioiin; ti am's ti-irilic hilling ami ly a
.sni'lcs o ! cri'di.s ill critical pcnmls. ii'.jtli
Ili-aly and Cuiiw y v.-iv lilt liard ami th;
jam.-; "va; as j-iV.iy a co;it-L as o:ic coniil
vi--!i to sr-c ui to lln: sixth inning, vlic-n
t Ik: Yoiickas went in and poumli d llcaly's
curves tor l'oiii'li-au rni:, a lead which it
w is i:iijio.;-i!)!i- for tlm Oiuahiis to ovcr
coni''. Tin; Di troit-i could not have beat
en tin; To;.-kas to-day and Omaha made
a jood showing at the hat iimlin;jf Con
way i'or fourteen hits with a total of six
teen. I).: ; hiiNHs. la.. Set t. 12. The fcl-
lowiil ' is til:- r::
t of the panics jlayed
ly norlhwi stern h-aue chilis today at
Dcd Mohies: I) -s Moines 0. MiruapolisT.
"A SAG LE3 Af!CI.AIS!"
Eloody Encounter Cotvvecn Fretch
and English Sailors at
():-.:i:::c. Sq-t. 12. What piomisea to
le a serious fracas !. tween blue jackets
on the J Ingli.-ii ami Fr; m il men-of-war.
now here, -.cctin d today. Thirty
froiii the Aliiiervc, tie- Fivi.ch adiiiii ' .
shi, were sitting on the Ksjilanade, the
lisli and i .- .:ileii
years before, when a company of :rilish
tars from the adiiiiral's ship Ec llercphon.
pretty v.ell tmder the wcatlicr, hove
aloiiLf. Tlu I Britishers let drop some un
complimentary remarks nr;ardinij the
Johnny Grapauds, as they called them.
The blood of the fiery Frenchmen was it j
n a moment, and witii a shout of" A has
l.-s Anidais," they went for the sons of
perfidious Albion. Knives and stones
were freely ueii. Tin; battle wrged
fiercely. Tho peo-)Ic were nnable to sep
arate them, and it was only after a guard
c 'nnmanded by three oi'ieers arrived
fie til the French fiag.-Jiip ami took the
men in eh sre that v. !;at was becoming a
most Serious alf.iir was terminated. A
tu. of v.ar between the two crews, which
v. ::s to have taken place, was, at the spec
ial mill- '.st of the governor-general, post
poned. Two of the English sailors were
badly wounded with knives.
Yestenlay's Tiaccs at Lincoln.
Lincoln. XVb.. Sept. 12 TIu open
ing races of the fair were modestly tame
although tlu purses were. piito liberal.
The :i;-.--t race w:'s in the 2: 10 class for
purse of oo0. Six horses were entered
and four started. Several attempts were
made in starting, but jockey iug seemed
'o prevail. After being duly warned by
ur.el Vi-r-t. tiie driver of Daisy Trues-
j for coming u; aliead
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'US Jill' i
The next start
,,.,f ;.. Oie Mia-
'. the race result!!
A I mo. K. T. K.uebr, Sioux City.. 2 2 2
A bis, l'aae ivr.'",e 1 1 1
Daisy Trues lel!, K V''- Kinve'
Kearney " J
Distanced for runnii.-';-'
Jennie Lynn, X. F. Cham'.-e" 'iul'
Hastings -i IV,S-
Daisy "II." S. J. Stari;:;ek, IiTcCook. J)'f'
The second race, ZTebraska brecdi 'r,i
purse of -VlOO. for three-year-old colts,
four horses entered and all sailed:
McShane, Ed I 'vie, Humbott 1 3 :j
Durindal, V. IcEvoy. Eikhorn 2 1 1
E.alda Allan, A. T'iomsoii,
Oaiaha y 2 2
Kentiukv Hei el, D. W. Howe, Kear
ney 4 Dis.
Time 3: 02 A. 2:'7!X, 2:?$i
Vie have this tlay reduced the price
if lead ( best brand J ooc, per hun: li ed
lbs., hiis.L'd oil -V., per gallon, liiix.'d
paint itc. per gallon. On account; of
our large purchases at reduced rate ; we
are able t.? make the se ehanges. Ai low
us to make you prices wh.n in need! of
any kind ot -aint.
Y". -T. AVahuick.
S(pt. 12-S7. afjtv.'t.
Lead. Oil. Varnishes. Brushes kc. at
Warrick's good goods and low prices.
Vrarrick asks you to compare Ins
1r!ccs tiUd Tck ,f sc!'o1, h7s r'1
others. Second hand tcliool books at
Tery low prices. dGtw-it. -i
T,ie l)Cst K.lLsominc at Warrick
only 8c. a lb. tlGt-wlt
If you want a good shoe for" little
money, go to Beeck & Birdsall's.
FASCINATIONS OF THE DRUG.
Tlio S'i naTor and 3"Ils-ry P--ii !y it .Jour
nalist A IMistuI'.u Corrc-ctvtl.
I mrvlo a t iur t f all th; opium jilar-es in
New V' rk (ni'-c, a"ef)!iiiaiiiel by a ei lela at- d
l.e.l h' rity on t!io opium habit, nn-1 a man
who liad n J.-uvc practice anions slaves of tlio
l:-ng. AVo lia l uo of tho shrewdest il-tee-ti
vi s from tho central oflir-y itb us. AVhat
my two companions ili 1 nut know about tho
oi -iimi habit in New York was not worth
kiriiig. W'e Kjieiit threu nights on tho
t ar. It was n continual suecessioii of re
veltiii; jiietuivs, a niiititiaro of ftillin
'j; u s and an smhrokeii series of ghastly, uu-j.-jea.'
ai.t, pictures. It was un experieneo I
shall never forget, fer it had in it nioro
siiaalur, misery and b 'astline.-.s than I ever
e::jvct to see nv;aiii. AVo senrelied in vain for
the magnificent "Jives" upholstered with
o.ii-ntal iiianilieenee, farnislied with superb
Chinee divans, lighted in grotes-rjao and
hi aiitifal Lamps, mado soft nml noiseless by
rie'n ru;s and managed by soft footed mid
nuien eyed Ceh.stials, about which so much
lass been written, and where it is said tho
society ladies of New York give- theni'-lves
over to tho fascinations of tho awful drug.
Tho mo.-t juvfeiitious placu th.at I saw during
tho tour was in the sub-cellar of a Sixth
avenue house. The floor was carpeted, nml
that is why it, stoed out in such striking majj-
miicenc'j unit s; leiaior, as coinp.ireu witu
hi r places. The coaches were rough wooden
bunks, the cvilinjj low, begrimed and sooty
and the l.i':k of ch-anliness soniethmg awful.
It was about 1 o'clo'-k in the morning. A
single lioht burned in tho center of tho squaro
room and tho women lay in the bunks nround
tho four sides. All of them had their gowns
loo.-ened at tho throat, and they lay in posi
tions of absij'ut'j langour and inuiiTt-rence.
S5.)mi! had roiled ovir on their backs, somo
lay heavily ;:i their faces and others wero
twisted up awkwardly in corners. Only two
of them wero what miht bo called decenUy
clad. Thoj- ivora tho lle.sh jewelry and jjaudy
clothes of women of tho town. It was said
thit this vlaco had tho best class of
u ;i.iy in iow x i;i-k, an.t wo v.enc oaea m
ll.lV ili lu'W I
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th.) nf tcrnoou 1 he detectives and I to havo
a !"okat more of thrni. AVo found women
w ho '. ero lictter Ire.--.sLd than tho ones wo saw
that ni.jht, and aiacn them was a rather
well known aetrosn and two women who
drive magnificent ljor?e.s and mako a ftreat
show about tn v.ai. They wora nil half dead
ened by tho drug, and as the Chinaman took
Lis light arowml and flafhed it in their faces
a fe.vof thcia opened tlieir eyes. Ho evi
dently, considered them ereat swells, and
even th detectives wero moro or less im-
iiivi:;ed bv t'.-.e corgeous attiro of several of
tho devotees of tho habit, but it needed only
a glance to show that not a woman among
them hr. I- tho faintest right to tho titlolady
nor the l--.i-.ib claim to respectability.
New Yt rk women and New York ladies,
too, for that matter havo enough sins and
indiscretions and wild escapades to answer
for without saddling on them tho odium of
establishing regal ana magnificent clubs and
palaces for the gratification of their curious
passions. Clakelj' Hall's New York Letter.
ficia.i Ilerma'.in'r. Physical I'owers.
';Is y ar skill in feats of legerdemain
mainly the x'tsult of education 3"'
'No, sir. 2Iy success is duo to tho fact
that I vas built that way. It is my inher
itance from tho unknown. I have perfected
my n..-!iipulatio:i by practice, but tho initial
motiv comes from my heredity. My skill
is not confined to my sleight of hand per
formances hi public. I Lave psychological
or mesmeric powers which I do not display,
because there hns been so much humbug in
that line. I will gi vo you a sample, of my
power. Please stand up."
The- reporter obeyed.
"Put your feet close together."
Tho professor then placed tho tips of the
fingers of both his hands on the reporter's
shoulders. Ho tho.a directed another man
standing behind tho reporter to place his fin
gers over his (tho professor's) fingers.
l;Now," said tho professor to tho third
parly, "nod your head in tho direction you
Tish tho reporter t o fall."
Tha scribe saw ho was caught and ho looked
down to see if the lloor was oak or pine. His
next impulse was t j stretch his legs apart.
But those dreadful black eyes wero on him.
The third parry nodded in which direction
tho victim knew not. Almost immediately,
while the napoleonie demon was apparently
looking down Ihrouek him and analyzing thc
late breakfast ho had eaten, tho reporter felt
a marked sensation down his left sida which
quickened the a?-: ion of bis heart. lie diJ
not try to drive tho feeling away by an effort
of will, and slowly tho sensation which
?oa;owhat resembled a prolonged shock of
electricity deepened and quickened, until he
began to sway like a tree partly chopped
through. He was bcgkiing to sizo up the
Chances of falling through tho looking glass
hen tho professor removed his hands and
. U t hem tho influence.
u-. -u manifestations of power as those of
-ni.uavcja.se ieio tno lnnueneo 1 re-
gard as pei
-hues niy m-rbesfc raits ." said the
've:t the proper subject, I can
.?-v fr. Tn'A
"o the noor without touchin?
AVhiia I - " F oltS3 to oo aoiecc
cxnlaia these l.'henoui'
;u-a, stni i am possessed
of tho pov.-crto execut3
tuem." iNew York
Averting a Calamity.
Tho meanest man Las been rediscovered,
no is a farmer and Las a son, t'pon whom lie
dailv seeks to impress tho importance ol
economy. The ether evening tho boy was
'oui;v engaged at a ga'.uo of ba-ball. The
o'. l gcr.t'.ciiian strolled over to whero th
gua.e was going on and surveyed tho pro
ceeiiinccs with considerable interest. At
length Lis son went to the bat and worked
with all thecal of a young enthusiast over
the national game. After a prodigious lunge
for fir.-t base tho lad's father called out;
'Jeremiah, you jist step that air right this
-What fcr, rpf csked tho boy whkr.per
ir.cr: "I want tioin no Larm."
-Yes you was. There ycu be cxertin' and
cxertin" yourself all for no good, and the fust
thing yo know j-c-r muscles'll develop tell n.xt
yera-yer close'll Lo xj small ler ye.
Tlio 3Icxican Tarmer's Oxen.
Even tho moat enhghtened Jlexieau farm
ers still persist in using oxen of 0:10 color ic
the morning and oxen of another color in the
afternoon. They don't know why they tic
this, but they Imow that it must - be tho right
thing to do, because then? forefathers dul it
Farm laborers are paid eighteen cents a. ay i
and are always paid on Sunday. New Yori
Tribuc. . - - 1
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I Marae not G-xl fur olio 111 1 ):avt tnown,
N'T for tho t-turms that rave within my pool;
N-r yet le-ai.'-.e 1 will n.t reach ilie i;..al
I set; far l.p the height, white mid ill. .n..;
Nor yet lieeaase ail thr.mxh K-nj nights I inoin.
And through loutr years, like wiuds urouud thii
Nur yet In eaii.-,e I've heard the thunder loll
All tlir..ir,'h my life, biuco my bjrtluiii.;lit liu
Cut I d. l.lani" my I y rant star, wlde-h kIows
U t here, v hit.., still, ii:ip!:ie,-il,,-, serene.
Just as it flowed the niht duutli tolled lie
And einil 1 I reach it on this rale that Mows
ISo madly hy, I wi ui-l i-iuteh it in lietween
Thesu bony humlj and l.url it down t.i hell!
Jehu lii nest MeC'aan.
BRIGHAM YOUNG'S SON.
Interview-! Ono of tho Mormon
Juno i iiiiu'u 1 oung is uio yountresc son
of the first wife of Ihigham Young, and
ne is 1110 vice presmeuc ot all llitelligeneo
.f!i -o of a peculiar nature, which combines
banking and topography, statistics and
general information. Having known Mr.
Young somewhat years ago, I took tho op-
liuiiuuiiv 111 l-eiiiscoverm'' mm to asu somo
leading questions about tho issues in Utah.
n is. 1 tuink. about J'J veara old. nod i ot
has, if I am correctly informed, ten sons and
ten oaiighters. Ho was born at Nauvoo
near the timo Joseph Smith was murdered in
toe Carthage jail. Few men are more pre
sentable and fas -mating. 'I hero is an under
tone 01 11 ligious alieetioii m his nature quit )
reinoveil li-'im cant ir 1 liarisei ism.
V here i.i.l your moLner c-.-mu from in tho
fir.- t jiii.ee I asked.
i i ..i:i iJio lo Island, nt no great distanco
from Provideiiee. Jly father was a native of
ermoiit. yiy mother Wi nt ottt to Kirtland.
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yj., ui 'uimi::, ui lmeirmc: ion aiiouu tins lu.-w
ivb.gioii whieh Jo.-.eph Kmilh Lad ini ii.-di;ei.
There she l.eeanx a iloiuKt of (he ehr.re:
amim course cf time married my father,
neing i;:s lirsi, wile."
aioouawu'c.ilr. oung, that I'l-estdeiit
G.-.rHold lived close by Hirti.-.nd and was ac
quainted with Joseph timithr'
"Yes; Garfield talked to mo frequently on
lurie sue-jcer. ne tola n.. that there was net.
the loat doubt that Jo, i.h Smith had the
j'O'.ver to jieiferm miracles, and related that
he eat a U.'Vil out of a man. Garfield e
iNiunui i. uiiuiu iuii.m ii:aL cimn.a was a
man of great magnet i:ni. .Some of the neigh
bors claim that Garfield had serious inten
tions ot jo-mug tho Mormon faith in Lis
youth. lie was a Campbellito preacher.
After he had taken so much interest in our
i.wj,n;miii f.iK.-eieiy mica nv mem, we
if- 1. ....1 1. . . 1 ... i i l ? , . ...
ii. ii o.n.i mai, .:e sik.uiii nave jiei.leil to the
intolerance of ids official circle, and havo
given us tie more chanco than any of the
other presiih nts."
V. hau Jr. loung relates about Garfield
was true. H.i told me with considerable r.ni-
r:;at:o:i mat once m Iwirtiand a person seemed
possessea witli a devil and had somo kind of
lunacy. Joseph Kaiita, Garfield said, was a
spienruu looking man, j oimg and halo and
sl. ong, ana no commanded tin ; evil spirit to
k-avo tho person. Garfield said that there
was almost a vi.-ililo issuing ;of tho d.emfiii
l rora tao man. lie, however, put the whole
thing on tho ground of a strong will. '-Gath"
la Cincinnati Enquirer.
I'olk anil ATcbstor.
Ill conversation a few days since with an
old resident of Washington, who was pro
prietor of a largo custom and read made
clothmg establishment on Pennsylvania
avenue when James K. Polk was president,
L.e satu ot ail too great men of that time
whom ho knew or had business transactions
with, Polk was tho most pieayunish, and
Webster tho largest hearted. Ono day AAreb-
sier came m to select eif-Hi for a dress suit.
Almost always beggars, mustly women beer-
gars, watched him as ho went in and out of
hi; favorite resorts on tho avenue, and np-
proacumg mm witli pitilui tales never failed
to get money if ho had it.
This timo ho had hardly got inside the door
when m camo a poor old woman, and with
tears trickling down Ler wrinkled cheeks sun-
plie-ated for alms. Webster was more out of.
humor than was Lis wont to be, and cram
mtiig Lis big hand down into his small panta
loons pocket brought out a pioco of money
and said : "Hero, tako this and bo off. or I'll
havo you arrested. It's Ml I havo for you."
After selecting tho cloth for Lis suit Lo put
his hand in his jiockct to mako the accus
tomed advance payment. Turning tho
pocket iusidoout and looking at it Lo said:
"li I didn't givo that woman a $10 gold piece!
Well, it's ad the same! It'll do her more
good than I could have got oat of it 1 Charge
tho whole amount." He rarely asked the
price of anything, and never intimated that
it was exorbitant, as Polk always did. Gf
course, knowing Lis weakness in this direc
tion, many tradespeople imposed upon him.
JMiiineapolis a nouns.
Was Wilkes Kootli Crazy?
Secretary Shepherd, of the Illinois State
SjKirtsmen's association, was an Ultimate
friend of John AVilkes Booth. Tho two men
were in New Orleans shortly before tbe assas
sination or President titncoln. Both wero
patrons of the same gymnasium in the city,
and each Lad a certain amount of admiration
for the other. bejhcrd was in a reminiscent
moex.1 the other daj, and, among other thing3,
he said that he was satisfied that Eooth was
as crazy ns a March kare all the thus Lo was
i:i New Orleans. The assassin spent a great
deal of his tieno in the gymnasium. TLero
was a Ligh platform r?i the building, and
Booth seemed tohuve a mama for jumping off
it to the floor below. Uq would repeat the
performance a score cf times every half hour,
and, tiring of the strange exercise, tho assassin
wc-uM lam around tho room until he Lad
covered frqm ten to a dczsn miles. That
Booth was then in training for his murderous
work there seeru3 to be little doubt. Ono day
he rushed up to Shepherd, and, with a fever
ish glitter in Lis eye, exclaimed: "Shepherd,
you'll hear something great about mo before
Shepherd did hear tho startling story of bis
friend's terrible deed, but nothing could con
vince him that it was the work of a 6ano
man. Chicago Herald.
A Work That Will Answer.
Harper's Eazar laments the absence from
the vernacular of equivalents for fiance and
fiancee. It finds "my daughter's engaged"
Rwkward, "my daughter's beau" -old fash-
ioncd,"my daughter's young man" countrified
and "my daughter's lover" scarcely proper.
What is the matter with "betrothed?" Bo
tan Transept ,. .
many goods and iH BO busy he can
not write an ad. for a few dayn.
We Announce Without Further Notice a
mumlm mmmnbm mil
AS THIS IS
witnout reserve, it will be to the
ot Cass County to
Having; in view the interests
multitude to share the benefits of
consideration sell to other dealers
under this clearance sale.
We i?o lo Xew York soon
and we kindly request all of
call as early as possible and
inpareiief ed largains Offered
White Front Dry Goods House.
Main Street, -
belongs to Joscnh
He is receiving jyo
indi vielnnl intrrfc r,f ,.ll
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take advantage of the
ot our customers, and to fn.ililo th
tins irreat sale, we will nml.r
wholesale lots of goods embraced
to mako our T-ill T
our friends indebted to us to?
adjust their accounts.
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