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TMIfl OMAHA DATliY l-MCW. TUESDAY. rTPrmi ( < W 1 1H8S.
; Till ! IMPOST.
6tiphJmo Oonrt Holtla that County Olcrks
Got no Extra Pay for Tux List ! .
THE KNIGHTS OF PHYTHIAS.
of the flrnnil liixlucTtie
Arlon Concert Sinn * mill
tl'nonTim llKK'n l.ivror.s
A short tlinu ago mi important dcei-
win rendered hy tinnprcmc court
of Nebraska , which directly
every county rlcrk In the Mate , llcrdo-
fore II has henn a custom for clerKs < to
charge counties oxlra for milking ; out the
yearly lux. lists for the county troii-nivis.
In Homo counties , Hko L.inciscr : | , Doug-
Ins , Dodge , Can * , Otoc ami othois where
the ns.ie.sMiiont In large , IhO charge for
stich HOrvices by the clerks would run tip
as high na $1,200 , or * liOt ? ) per year. The
clerk of Laiicasler lm always
nuulo the charge m It was
thought under the law the o\lrti coiupcii-
Kation was rlglit and just. II. T. I.cm itt ,
Into clerk of Douglas county , \\hen his
account * were found short brought in a
claim of this .sort to oiled in a measure
) IH ! delinquency.
In 18&I tlm clerk \\YlHlor county put
in acliiim for making ( he tax list , but the
county commissioners uould not allow il.
The clerk brought suit and Was defeated.
It WIIH carried to this -supreme court ,
whom the decision of the lowcrcoiirt
nflirmcd. Tlio decision will prove an an
nual saving lo the. various counties ag
gregating thousands of dollarTin -
opinion of the con it. in the case of Hn.sha ,
county clerk , against Webster county
was delivered by Heeso , justice , during
the present tcim and is hci'o given in
) tuyhi : v.j. ConniilsMoncrs. Knor fioin Well-
.sterciiimty. ( Jjilnlonhy Ueose , justice.
The only tpiestion presenlod for
decision in this ca e is whether Iherc i- . a
legal liability against defeiidant in error
for horvioei rendered by plaintlll'iii error
In the year 1BH ! ) , in making oul the ta\
list. I'laiutilV in error presented his
claim for Ihe sum of $110 to thn commis
sioners of defendant in nrror , which was
rejected. An appeal was l.ikeu to the
district i ourt , whore , plaiulilV in error
tiled his pctitiofi alleging the lads of the
performaiico of the labor , etc. A de
murrer to Ilia petition was filed , the
ground of demurrer being Ihat the peti
tion did not stale a caus-c of action.
This demurrer was Miilattn-d , ami the
plaintllV brings the cau.se into thi court
lor ii view by proceeding * in error.
Tineoaleniion on purl of plaint ! ! ! ' in
error H thai the duty of making out thn
tax-list was an extra one , and not one of
the ordinary ollieial duties of the county
clerk as such , that 51 is for llio beiiclit of
the county , and there is an implied obli
gation to pay for it ; and that lie is at
least entitled to the rea.soiiable value of
While it is p siblo that there may be a
moral obligation resting uiion dnfc'iuhint
lo render a compensation for tho.servii es
rendered , yet it is quite clear that ( hero
is no legal obligation.
Tlio act of February 10 , 188 ( page 1(1 ( ,
laws of 1ST ? ) provided that , the county
clerk fchould receive Ihe.sum of 1'ourcciils
for each description of lots ami lauds ,
and the extension thereof on the tax lint
and duplicate , including footings and re
Thin act waa an amendment of ceitaiu
sections contained in the act cutilici
'An act to provide a system of revenue , "
pealed . -
acl.s and parts of acts Mipplomonlal to
and amendatory thereof. " As the act of
1877 , above referred to , was amendatory
of the act of IHOt ) , it is clear that it was
repealed by the act of 18 ? ! ) . This bcinf ;
the ojuso , no provision remained provid
ing for services rendered in preparing
tlio tax-list.s. In State vs Silver , UNcb. ,
88 , it. was hold that "a public olliecr must
discharge the duties pertainin < ; to his
ollico for the compensation allowed by
law , tiiul no compensation for extra ser
vices can be received or allowed , unless
authorized by statute. " Our attention
has boon called to no legislative net pro
viding lor the pa. ) ment of such claims as
tlio onq pri-s-onted by plalnlill' . It fol
lows that the decision of the district
court was conect , and its decision is af
Tin : AHION coNcnitT.
The concert of the Arlon glee club last
night \Vas \ a pronounced succes's , and the
frouuont applause from the vast audience
testified to a hearty appreciation of the
cliib'd olVoi'Ls tomake Lincoln llio musical
center of tlio slate. The numbers given
by the oluh displayed good voice and
careful training , while llio .selections of
the Sasemi quartette evinced the usual
appreciation of the ladies forsoiigs which
suit their voices. The quartette was re
called it number of times
The string quartette from the Omaha
Musical Union Orchestra consisting of
fii'o. V. Saner , first violin , Harry T. Irvin -
vin , second violin , William Karlmeh ,
viola , and J. S. Farmer , violoncello ,
played with a skill rarely equalled. Un
der llio leadership of Professor Saner the
MiiHioal Union has made rapid steps tow
ards orchestral improvement which ren
ders it an organization of which any oily
, might td'l n pride.
1'roin a linaiioial standpoint ( ho con
cert was also a success , and the gonlle-
men connected with ( liu club mu t nat
urally congratulate thcniHolvos on the in
terest evinced in llioir behalf by iiitl/.mis
TIM : KNimm OK PYTHIAS.
The iiiiuiteiinth annual session of tlio
grand lodge of Nebraska of the Knights
of Tylhias meet ! ) in Lincoln todav. ft is
nxprctod that the attendance Will bo very
largo mill a good time had bv ovcryone.
A number ol brass bands will bu In at-
tendaneo , and participate in the pi'i/o
drill. The programme for to-day In a.s
Ton o'clock a. in. reception of grand
Two o'clock p. m. meeting of grand
'Jho programme for to-morrow is as
follows ; Thogouorul parade at'J o'clock ;
at 4 o'clock the prize drill , and at H
o'clock in the evening the grand hall nnd
banquet. The following prizes will bo
awarded to the Knights drilling the bent :
First , ? 7f ) , to the best drilled division or
lodgu ; second , ! fM ) , to the division or
lodge appearing in the parade with the
lurgcHt number of uniformed Knights.
8TATK AND DlbrillOT rOI.lTICS.
The judicial convention of the Second
district of Nebraska will moot this even
ing at the oporn house , to put in nomina
tion u candidate for judge of the district.
There are fifty-live delegates to the con
vention , and they represent Lancaster ,
Otoc and Cass counties. .
The republican suite convention , which
will meet in thi.s city to-morrow , will
comprise W.I delegate.s. The object of
the convention , as Is well known , Is for
the purpose of nominating a judge of the
supreme court , two university regeiij
and draft n .state platform for ' * " - .
Itisnot n. in JiUU , ' -party.
& -t--v * , , it will Us much oppo-
. . m niu jiuljjeslilp , but with the roof
geids a c-onlestinav he .spning upon the
convi ntion which fs now imlookcd for.
The democratic state convciit'Oii ' will
nn--l In Liiifolu on Thursday of this
wi'fk I'hero arc J'O. ) di-lenalcs to the
coiivciiliim , and the object of the iiu-cting
Is the x.-1'iie ai thill of the repuhlir-aiis.
\ \i\v : imrr.t. is MNCOI.K.
The I'l'i'inoiil Iniuse is a new hole ! in
Lincoln I , erected on llm corner of Highth
and I * streets , and will be thrown open
10 l < the public for the reception of gueMs
and Ilic grand opening MUIKI lime this
week The hotel IIJIH ! i caiacil.v of < < e\
cnl.\-li\c rooms JK-nloil by Hie latest
steam heating appliances , ami good
V : ilcrupplv froui the city water works
ilI every room. The dining room is nice
ly I : eipiijipcd with nil the newest designs
of j silver and gliiss ware. The proprietor
tor- , .1 ( ' I'it/.gerald & Son , formerly
pioprtcinrs ' of the Metropolitan in this
city , determined lo make a success of
-.l''icmont < . The building and all fuiui-
1 u ro i- 1'iiliroly new and of the l.-itcst
\ ill-orderly house on O street was
raided Sunday night and three while and
two I colored inmates captured. They
were lined in the police court > esle.rda > .
supreme court adjourned -
di\ : until next Tuesday.
The state hoardof educ\liou : , hinds rtltd
luiidsvill meet in executive sessional
thn eapitol building to-day.
The district court of Latiea-ler coimtv
eon\ened yesterday inOruiiig Thncall
of ea'ics jitiil impalinelling the pelit jury
oeeupied thn court all dtiy. Tin ) reg\ilur \
grand jury was dispense with.
The mu'd and cold we ther of yeMer-
da.\ put a ihunpor on business , which
has been so brisk for llio ] iast inonlh.
A gentleman favored the llit : : with a
-amiilr ot the product of the Lineolu salt
\\ork . It is just as sally us ali , > other
salt in ( he market.
Ira Iligliy , lain the chief lieail clerk of
the Windsor hotel , has resigned his po-i-
lion and gone back lo Omaha. Thn
WimNor losealmiblu adjunct to 1ms-
inc in the departure of Mr. Ilighynml
11 will be a long time before tinollieo
will represented by so popular and
courteous a gentleman.
The practice some business men have
of throwing their rubbish out in thn
streets and then burning it should be
stopped by the police at once. Limolu
is mil a village to bo the seem ; of nightly
hotillres lighted by Inisincns iiienlio
should know better than l.i misuse the
streets in this way.
STATi : AltlMVAI.S.
nA.Towoll ] , Waverly ; ( } . M. O'lirien ,
Omaha ; ( 'has. II. Cowing , Omaha ; ( ' . l'\
Harnard , Omaha ; A. I' . .Stewart , Hcwurd.
Thai \Vil'o I'oisoniiiK Casts An Inilih-
civet I'olloo .Jtiilfic Ac \ \
Itr.viKK iOel. : 12. I Correspondence of
the BII : : . ] Court adjouriicil Sal unlay ,
and tin- jury in the ease of IHor-o , lor
alleg'-il wife poisoning , brought in a ver
dict of murder in Ihe first degree This
i.s a .surprise to the people as thn evi
dence , it'- ! , claimed , was not sullicicnt to
warrant such a verdict. The main evi
dence WIIF > a certilioato from Dr. Martin
( ' 'lark , of Sutioii , certifying that strychnia
wi- : > found in the stomach.
On the witness stand Dr. ( Murk was
given a rigid examination. L. W. Colby ,
attorney lor Alor.se , created a sensation
court b > taking the bottle containing tlm
liquid that was taken from Miy. AIorM-'s
stomach , and supposed to contain I lie
poison , ami drank a tcaspooiiful of il
without feeling any disagreeable sensa
tion. liulgo lirottdy was asked when he
was going to .sentence Morse , ho replied
not I Ids term of court , and continued the
case for thirty days giving the defense an
opportunity to ncouro additional ovi-
Police Judge Sheldon has been cited to
appear before the city council to show
\\hylieshoiildnoh bo impeached. The
.judirc being young both in years nnd
jnilgeshm , lias iiiatlo a few mistakes , the
last imc being n ca.se of "pulling fast
women. " In place of bringing them to
Ills ollico , ho takc.s his docket , holds
court in their bagnio , and ad
ministers the usual line and costs.
The ( lag.- county fair closed Friday.
The attendance was largo and the exhibit
In connection with the.general election
November ! ! , ( .Jago county people vote on
a proposition to issue bonds to build a
$ < iOlll ( ) ) court hours at lieatrico. The old
court housi ! bi'ing condemned and de
serted , the records and comity ollices are
uoiv in tlm soeond storv of tlio IVoplo's
bant Wymore and Hlno Springs have
hurclofori ! objected to building a now
court liou- , as lliey favor county divis
ion , but the inter-state fair ju.st held a t
Wymore was .so well patronized by
Iteatrteo people , and as Wymore and
Blue Springs obtained the Imti'n share of
nominations for county ollicors at the
late convention , they feel friendly lo
Uoatrlcu and n great many have ex
pressed thimiii'lves in favor of building
what till parts of the county need , v\/ \ :
a good new court house ,
Various Pcojilo Hloxvn Skyward at
ItaAiit , Nob. , Out. 13. [ Correspond-
euco to the HUE. ] The explosion of
dynamiloat Hell Gate on Saturday last
was no local affair. Thu shock wan dis
tinctly felt on tlio west bank of the Mis
souri. It not only cracked and iissured
Flood Hook and holhted the waters oil'
Astoria , but it blow thn political watorrf
of Washington county all into bubbles
and the bow of promitto of better things
could lii ) seuu in every direction. It blew
Frank Hilton out of the postolllco and
IMihH ( . 'lark in. It blow the HHIUU indi
vidual out of ( lie control of the
county committed and blow a
decent mail in Ills plneo. In
fact the upheaval was so great that it
hoisted the "Kiuss" with all barnacles out
of the county convention with n "hurrah"
that Blmolt the old courl house , and IIH u
rc.sult a lir.st olns- , ticket was nominuted.
Having been Hquaroly defeated , and
not having a single delegate from the
body of the county , the lion ! ! ! Mr. Hil
ton in now engaged in organl/ing a bolt
in the Interest of the democracy.
Kopiiblicans who have worked at thn
pumps for years to keep him afloat will
watch his movements with interest.
Hum this letter. GKANOIUC.
Oh ) if I only had her complexion.
Why , it is oasflyobtained. Use Po//.oni 'a
IMLKHM IMI/KHtt PILICB t
A sure cure for lillnd. Ulrcilliif ; , Ildihifj
ami Ulcerated 1'Ilou has been illM-oveiod liy
Dr. WillluniH , ( nn Indian icinedy ) , called Dr.
Williiiiiis1 liulhin 1'ile Ointineiit. A hln le
box lin.s cuicd the \\oibt cluonic cases ol 'Si or
! * > yeairt Mainline. No ono need jsufl'er tivo
minutes alter aiijilyin this wonderful wroth-
liiK nictlicliie. JjutlmiH and instniinrntsdo
iiiuro hitna tlinu good. U'illlam.s' liullan
I'llo Ointment nbsoibstho tumors , nllnys the
Inlt'iibO ltcliln , duitluiilarl ) at nlu'lit alter
uettluiuna | u bed ) , acts tm u poultice , u'lvty
Instant relief , and l.s int-imrcd only for 1'ile-s ,
Itclilut : of pilvate pails , and fnr uiitlilii ; , ' else.
SKIN DISIOASKS CUItKD.
Jr. Km/tor's Jhipio Ointment cuu-s us by
innirfc , I'lmpltv , I thick Heads or CrutH ,
liletrhas mul Kuii > tloiiB mi the face , leaving
till ! skin ck'animl be.mtlful. AKo iiuto.s J.tcli.
.Salt niicuin , Km0 Niiiplus , Sere Lips , and
Old OlMliiate Ulcers.
Sold by duiL'glbtH , or nmlled on receipt of
Kc'talliHl by Kiilm A Co. , ami Schroder &
Ueclit. At wliolesalo by V , I' , Uo * "
_ . , . - * - . . .tall.
Hpooialty in engagement and wedding
rings 18 knret ami SJ kivret line at Hay-
mojid's , the jeweler , Douglas mid 15th St.
RECALLING STAKED PLAINS ,
Was Oapt. FarncjiTortli n Coward in Rat
tling the Indians.
Ills rrniitiitlon mill theSenator's Ht-
ve\vorill. ! Kecdr < l TlioNai'iHIco
of Two llcrolo 3Icn TOOK of
A Washington correspondent of the
New York Telegram writes : Tin-recent
appointment b.the . president of Capt.
Henry .1. Farm-worth of the Kighth
Ca\airy to be major and inspector-gen
eral , does not appear to be well received
in the army , and he is likely to encoun
ter considerable opposition when it
comes before the scmite for confirmation.
Immediately following the announce
ment of Capl. Farncsworlh's appoint
ment it \\ns alleged that ( Jen. Miles had
entered a protest with the president ,
charging thai Cilpl. Fame-worth had e.x-
hibilcd cowardice in a campaign against
Ihe Indians. The reported action ot ( Jen.
Miles has since been denied upon the au
thority of Adjt. ( Jen Drum.
Before the promotions wore made in
the ' inspector kcncral's department an
nouncement was made in the newspapers
ami apparently upon authority from the
war department , thai the selection of an
ollieer Irom the line to fill the vacancy
would be made upon Ihe record of licld
service , due regard being paid to quulili-
cations for the duties ot inspector gen
eral. Following this announcement tlio
appointment of Captain Farnesworth
erealed gretil surprise in Ihe army , as
his record cannot bo compared witli that
of manv captains of the line who were
applicants lor tin-appointment. U'aptain
FaniMVorlli was appointed captain ami
quartermaster in .inly. 18(11 ( , anil per
formed ollico duty uulil the close of Hie
A\ar , which occurred nine montlis after
his appointment. InFitly , 18(17 ( , ho was
appointed to the regular army witli the
rank of lirsl lieutenant , and in 1870 was
made captain. Captain I-ariicsworthhas
doubtless iierformed faithful service on
tin- frontier with his regiment , but if
faithful and meritorious service were
nuule the test for preferment , there are a
hundred captains who would be selected
liefore Farnc.sworlh would be even con
AMWSIir.U IX A CANON' .
As the alleged cowardice of Capt.
Farnesworth will form Ihe basis of the
opposition that will be made lo bis con
firmation , a recital of the facts on winch
this | allegation is based will ho of inter
est. i Some I line in 1 7.1 , when Gen. Miles
was commanding an expedition against
the hostile Cheyennes , Capl. Fames-
worth was sent with a troop of cavalry to
attack an Indian camp on the Slaked
I'hiius ofTnxas. A captured Chcycnno
accompanied the command to net as
guide. Before reaching the hostile
c-imp the command was'lired upon by
Indians concealed in a canon for ravine ,
and several men and horses were killed.
Instead of making an offensive demon
stration Capt. I'arno-iworlh at once ord
ered , a ictreat. Two of his men who "had
been dismounted by the fire of the In
dians were unable to keep up witli the
retreating column , and received special
attention from Hie puraiiing savages.
Finally these two bravo men , realizing
that they had been .shamefully abandon
ed by th'eir ollieer , made u stand against
I lie Indians. The two soldiers were killed
one mile from the place where Ihe In
dians fired on Capt. FurnosworlliV-Jconi-
maud. The empty shells that surrounded
the dead bodies testified to llioir unflinch
ing bravery mid to the desperate charac-
ler of their resistance. The conduct of
Capl. FarticMVorlh on this occas on wtis
M-verely criticised at the time , and there
was talk of a court mailial. but the mat
ter was permitted to pass willioul oilieial
notice. It is , perhaps , in view of Ihe re-
inissiicss , of the military authorities , un
fair to revive this matter ten years after
tin-occurrence , but in view of the an
nouncement that Capt. Farnesworth was
.selected for promotion over his .seniors
in rank , and who had four years' service
in the rebellion before ho entered the
army as a quartermaster , it is but natur
al Unit Farnsworlh's competitors for the
appointment should feel disappointed
and make comparisons of their ami his
records. If this story of thnStaked I'laius
be substantiated before llio senate committee -
mittee on military all'airs , Cant. Fames-
wort Ii will experience some difficulty in
obtaining ullirmutivo action on his ap
pointment a.s major and inspector gen
( 'apt. Fariicsworlh is a Now York man ,
and : this fact gave rise to the report that
he is a son ot Adjutant ( ienornl Furns-
worth of that state. The captain , how-
over. Is not related to General Farns-
worth. His appointment a.s inspector
general was made by the president on
personal grounds. When llm president
was mayor of Imll'alo Cupl. Fameswoith
was on recruiting iservice at that city and
while the.ro became well acquainted with
Mr. lleeland. ! .
Ij COMPLAINTS cuied and pre
vented by Duri'Y'H I'l'iti : ALu/r WHISKKY.
Itecdiiiuieniled by leading physiuliins. Held
by driiKi'I.sls and sioccrs.
Soiling LninbH in the Pall.
Correspondence Wool G rower : Fat
lambs are always in good demand in au
tumn , and the larmer is usually in need
of Hie money that can bo realized from
tliom. In his anxiety to turn the needed
cash lie is quite apt to overlook the ulti
mate wants of his Hock. He is wollawaro
of the fact that old sheep are not prolila-
bin in any capacity , yet ho thinks that lie
will chance them another season , and
turn his lambs over to the butcher. So
the bare-belliedunprofitable old ewes are
Kept , over again , and the quality of the
( lock gradually deteriorates.
However well it may pay to sell young
lambs in autumn , it certainly does not
pay to keep old , wprn-ont owes to breed
from. Knongh of the best owe lambs
should be saved to take the place of these
old ewes. A ewe should not bo kept to
more than the ago of four or tivo yeans.
Many of them are at their boot at six
years of age , but a.s a rule they begin to
iloterioralo after lambing three or four
Old sheep may bo turned oil' to yory
good advantage , even old owes. 15y
keeping them away from the ram in au
tumn they may bo fattened and sold in
earl } winter at small coil. Sheep usually
comn ii ] ) from the pa.sturn in autumn in
excellent condition. This start should
not bo lost. Commence graining them
lightly oven before lliey are enlirely re
moved from llio grass. Commence early
to keep them under cover of sheds or sta
bles , and they will not fall away , ns is too
often the case in carlv winter.
Wethers can bo prolilahly kept until il
years of agu , when they can bo made to
drc&s lot ) pounds and upwards. I think
it moro profitable to keep thn greater
part of the Hock to this age than 10 turn
oil' whim but ( I or 7 months old.
Karly spring la n good time to turn off
f.it wclhurs. Sheep fatten well in cold
woathor. The farmer has more IJmo to
attend tliem in winter than at any utlitir
season of llio year , ami by fattening in
winter and holding until spring the tieeco
is taken oil'mid sold separately , by which
plan much more can be roali/.ed from it.
They may bo clipped and sold in Am" '
by this method , 'jluU/- \
immitu A ( * * * . * l 9UoIlj LO11V
IJJUMIS o ( ( lu.1.u ( nt ths | tmo | wjillo
ino wool may bu hold us long as du-
On the whole I do not believe It good
policy to turn oil'go many lambs In
autumn. I think that Honks are too
much kept down in this way , uud Unit
the farmer cnmioti-rnali o to ( ho full on
such young aniiuals | We must ( onsidcr
for the future n * Well as for the present
in these thing ? .
The Svrian King who was told lo bathe
in the rixer .lordan , and be cleansed of
his leprosy l.-iughed , at such a simple In
struction. The ini.be inclined
people to-day ini.\ :
clined lo do lite Maine when Si Jacolu
Oil is tccoiuiucndcd for rheumatism , lull
( lie verdict of all who have used it is that
it conquers pain.
Winter Koei | of Cabbages.
Cabbages mayi he kept by any mode
\\hich nearly cxuljnles the frost , pre
serves a cool temperature and a slight
degree of moisture' A pile resting oil
the earth would keep better than if rest
ing a lloor , and M'otild rciiuirc less pro
tection. It would he likely thus lo re-
rehe a proper degree of moisture. It
would not be necessary to have walls of
hay six feel thick. A common way to
keep cabbages by Ihe quantity is to leave
them out in the ground until near tlm
end of November , and ( hen pull and
plaen ( hem Inverted on smooth
groiiful , packed closely together in
beds tivo or six feet Wiilo , witli six feet
spaces between. They may be thus left
for a week or two , or until'llic ground is
about to free/o , when the earth between
thn rows Is ilng mill placed as covering
on the. inverted heads about six Inches
thick , thn tips of the roots projecting
above. With less labor the spaces may
linidoM'ed and harrowed until the earth
Is line nnd mellow liefore it is placed on
( he cabbages , the plow throwing the
earth nearest to them upon the. heads.
With this treatment the work must be
done earlier than by hand in order to
have the soil in right condition , and it is
always best to cover them as Into
as practicable. It is important that
the ground hns very thorough drain
age , tjo-cph Harris regards it as of jjreiit
importance to plow ( ho earth many times ,
and making it mellow two fei t deep in
forming a trench or hollow to place them
in , and then the mellow earth is thrown
against the heads with the plow. The
frost cannot penetrate the mellow earth
it only crusts it. If the work is done
before very cold weather si-Is in Hie cen
tral part of the row- may ho left nearly
uncoxercd , and when free/ing commence
mence- , the whole covered \\ilh the mel
low soil. For early winter use cabbages
may be Mored in cold cellars packed in
large boxes of damp moss , or they may
be set in their natural position in low-
boxes filled with ojirlh , dump moss , or
placed in heaps out of doors , and covered
with a foot of chad'and with straw.
tVill t be President Weil V
A Washington letter to the San Fran
cisco Po-l s.iys ; "On his recent I rip lethe
the woods. " slyly remarked a well-known
New Yorker 'the other day , "the presi
dent met an acquaintance , a young
widow , whom the gos-ips have not y t
named , but who is undoubtedly nearer
ids hear ! than any of the\ointg misM-s
who have been mentioned as'hislianeecs. "
The meeting was arranged by Dr. Ward ,
who holds himself'responsible for tlm
whole business. This widow is about lit ) ,
is given to embonpoint , and will tip the
scales at about 105 pounds. She has no
children and enjoys a comfortable in
come from a snug liltlo property in
herited from her mother. She was in
Washington last.May , and saw tlm pres
ident twice without altracting any atten
tion. There is no doubt thai tin : president
and the willow are much interested in
each oilier ; Inil ( ho president is a .little
f-liv about telling Sister Ho'-e , don't you
seel The w idow hulongs to an excellent
New York but , Miss
family , Ho-e may or
may not approvo. of having the acqu'ain
lance continued. , Thn president told an
intimate Iricnd confidentially the other
evening that he iievci4 felt the need of a
wife so much a.s Muee coming to Wash-
ington. The prcsidiMit and Miss lto.se
are totally unlike each other in their
thoughts and actions , anil the latter is
wholly absorbed in her literary labors.
The ladies of Washington woufd rejoice
to see the president wedded to a good
wife , but perhaps two or three belles who
have sot their cap for the president
would be sorely disappointed. "What a
grand wedding wo will have , " exclaimed
one of the attaches of the White House ,
"if this rumor proves true. "
A Bit of IScnl till'o.
New York Sunday Mercury : A lady
whose iiiuno we purposely withhold sends
the following strange story of real life to
the t Sunday Mercury , and requests it to
decide upon rival olaiins ol love and
KditorN. Y. Sunday Muroury Would
you please nflvise what to do in the fol
lowing circumstances ? A lady in the
thirties attached herself to a boy of six
teen , making him her escort to church and
other places , giving liim presents , caress
ing him. etc. , keeping up intimacy with
the utmost por.sistoney on her part as ho
grew up. Vimilly he hecamo attached
to a young lady more suilable lo his own
age , u high spirited and every way dcsir-
abln party , and gladly welcomed by his
parents ; but lids lormor friend' still
holds on to him by presents and flatter
ing attentions , making double between
them. Ho keeps away for a time , but
she njways gol.s him back , and it looks
sometimes as if she will bo the cause of
breaking the engagement. What ought
to bo donor
If ( ho young man is really in love with
the young lady whom his parents ap
prove , the sooner he marries her the bet
ter ; and if the yoilng lady is us high-
spirited as represented , she will make
snort work of her mature rival. The at
tachment of n woman to a youth half her
ago is generally n morbid ono , neither
becoming to her nor its object , ft ought
to bo easy for the boy when grown lo
manhood to break away , for if Hie In so
weak and vacillating as lo bo influenced
by presfiits and attentions from his
ancient admirer , llio prospect for happi
ness on the part of the fulurn wife sub
stantial. The Mercury's advice is that
tin : high-spirited damsel should forth
with bring her lover to book and insist
Unit he shall at ouco and forever make
choice between the old tlamo and the
new. If he liosllatcs or makes o.xoiiso ho
is not worth u second thought , for ho
cannot love as ho should , ami only un-
mppinos.s would follow a union with
Tlio Greatest Mjdlcal Triumph of the Ago !
SYMPTOMS OF A
I.nssnfnppulifr , IkTirrUcosllvi' , i'nlii ID
tlio Ucail , tvllli n dull' ' ucimnllon in llio
bach part , 1'nln under llio elioulder-
blade , Fnllnoss nftor cullnt" . wllhntllg.
Incllnnilon to tixcitlou of lioily orinlml.
Irrliulillllyuf leinpor , Iioimplrlta , % rltli
ufocllnirof bnvlnff ncetrctpil Hoiiiuiluix ,
Wearlnei9iJlzzln- , I'liillci'InirntlUo
Heart , Dots bufurotlio cyci * Huadacbo
aver llio rlslit ore , Jtc ilc inc , with
Qtl'ul ilrrnnii , Illshly coloreil lJrlnouuil
TDTT'S J'IM.S nio especially artnptoil
to such casoa , ono < lueu eirccta encli a
clmnfo of rcclliifrns to astonish tlio sutTcrnr ,
Theylnortntothe Ai > ittlriyJcS' | J"-
.um. iiy melt-Tonic Action on
prflluced. ffpeiir c.
TUTT'S ' EXTRACT SflRSflPARILLA
llunovatud I liu boUjr , inakea healthy llcilu
strengthens Dm wtulr , rel > uitu llio wastes ot
Ilia tjtiom with pure blooU and hard miuclut
tones the nervous Tstoin , Invigorate * tha
iiraln , and Impart * tlia tltfor ot uuuikood.
( I I . KnM liv ifniifcUU.
t'l'ICJ 11 Murray Kt , , New Vork ,
rxV " i * * " / JsS
The Great Invention ,
IN HAR3 OR SOFT , HOT OR COLO WATER.
trillion ! Harm to P.l ItlfTCnr
No family , i Icli or ixwr. should IIP wlthont It.
Solit liy nil ( Iroot-rS. 1 > ut lietrnrr otllo lint.
t. tf Ions l'Ji.ini.I.\j : Is iniumfacinrcd
JAMES PYUE , NEW YORK.
HOW HE WON.
The Tai-il Tluit , I.VII Out ol1 the'I'nio-
SCl.S liOJ. }
' ( "VMTospondi'iicc New Vork Sun : Hutch
\\as a grand scamp , n hravn , reoklos
rullian , hut he had some very good
points. Vor instance , he could niakc ov
collont hoc-cakes and ho was cheerful
and companionahli1 , and could tell high
ly interesting lies. Wo hccainc attached
to caeh other , and , though I knew
he was a murderer and a thief ,
and that ho was Milling whisky
to the Indians nnd smuggling
opium noroxs the lilio from I5ritili Co-
Inmliia , 1 did nut care. I was voting and
curclcs.- . . and hcsidcN as I .said , he could
make OM'clh-nl hoc-cakes. One evening ,
as wo sut side hv\ side on the saud.\ Mill ,
leaning against the house and .smoking
our alter-Mipper pipes , anil 1 was lis
tening to a it-marknhlit lie ahout a hear
that Irightcned all ( lie oilier heard
out ot an c\ti'ii"ive mountain range
l > y traiiduhmtly using a long pole
to mark his height on the IICPS , a group
of Indians , dri\iug cattle he fore them ,
rode from hchind a rocky point that was
thrust inlo the \\atersot the Colmnliia.
Instantly Mutch sprang to his feet and
rnsht'd into tln > ciihin. lie put on a cun
ningly-devised harness that held two
navv sivslmotors in a handy position
under his arms. IK- put on his coat. Ho
pulled at the pistols to sec that they wcro
looM- and that there would he no hitch in
the performance if anything more than a
rehearsal .should bo ivipiircd. In a few
ininulcs the party of hor-i-mon drew rein
in hunt ot the caliin. There were llnvo
younu : bucks from AIo es' cam ] ) in the
( Jraml Coulee. Butch greeted them
cheerlully and helped to corral the cat
tle. Then he told me that these men
wcio the --elected poker-plii.vr-i of Ihe
Columliia Plains Indians ; ( hat they had
hccn slaked hy the trihe to play with
him in hopes of winning a number of
cattle. Yes , lie said , the cattht were t la-
lli'fore the first haml was dealt Ituteh
quietly informed the Indians that Kng-
lisli and Chinook only could lie spoken at
the table , and that the first Indian who
spoke in his own ( and toliutcli unknown )
tongue would have the lop of his head
shol oil' . The braves cheerfully agreed
to tills condition. Then the rclative.xuluc
of cowo , calves , and Meeis was agreed
upon. They decided to play ta
ble slakes. The cheeks were pistol
and musket balls. Ten pi tel
balls \\cro equal in value to a calf , or tea
a musket ball. Thueo mitskct halls
equaled a cow in value. A heavy Cal-
itornia blanket was thrown over a rough
table. A caudle was thrust in a tomato
can that was lilled with beans , and the
mime began. The strong wind ceased
blowing. The silence of llio plainswas
broken only by the. m.\slerious groan
ing _ and .signing of tl'io mighty river
as it swept past the cabin lo the
.sea. Hour after hour passed , nnd
not a word was spoken by the placers.
With faces a.s iinuliangcahlo as I iron A *
the three Indians phued , and. fa\orcd
hy the dim light and the fact of Huleli's
having but one e. > e , Jiow t he , ) did cheat !
The luck varied , as it always docs in a
poker game. Now they wo'uld bo ahead
1 dropped asleep , and when 1 awoke it
was nearly morning. Hutch's buck was
toward me. 1 saw some cards thriibl. un
der his coat collar. I know he was wait
ing for ( he end lo come. Ono of the In
dians dell. Hulch picked up Ids cards ,
raised his hand lo scratch the back of
his neck , adroitly exchanged llio cauls
ho hold for those in reserve , mid then
thrust the cards ho had received below
his shirt-collar. Then he turned to me.ev
posing thohackof his head lethe Indians ,
and he winked a wink of great sagacity
at mo. He talked to me for an instant
and then turned to the table. Ho was an
aged man. The Indian to ids left bcl a
calf. The next one straddled it. The
dealer went a cow botti-r , and Hutch saw
it all and raised the pot two cows better ,
All .staid. All stood pat. Then the hot
ting began in earnest. It went on until
ail the cattle the Indians brought
were staked. Then caiiio llio show
down. Hutch had four queens
and an aco. The Indians all had fours ,
which they had stolen , of course. They
gruulcd loudly. They struck their
mouths with the palms of their hands to
express surmise Then they hade us
good-by ami mounted , and hinging as
lliey rode disappeared in the fninl , gray
light of early morning. Hiileli hud won
thirty head of cattle. As we got break
fast the king of clubs fell out of Hutch's
right tioiHcrs log.
Victims of youthful Indiscretions , suf
fering from nervous debility , lack of self-
confidence , Impaired memory , and kin
dred symptoms , ( -liquid send 10 cents in
stamps for large illustrated trealifio , giv
ing means of certain cure , willi numer
ous testimonials. Address , World's Dis-
pcnsarv JUediual Association. ( iW ( ? ilaiu
street. 'N. Y.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
U. S. DEI'OSITOHY.
Omaha , Nebraska.
Capital S.V)0,000. )
Bin plus . . . . . lon.oo : ) ,
Herman Ivounlzo , President.
John A. Crcifthton , Vleo Prcildent.
F. U. Wavln , Cix'-hlor.
\V. If. Mogrinho , AsVt
SKAI.Iill IMtOrnHAI.S will lift IH't.'U-r.il nt
tlio ollico of llio ully clerk until I o'clock it ,
m. , October IT , IWi , lor til" paino-i' or tuiiilali-
liijr tlm city ofOiimhu wIlliKridii , hay uud cu.il
tor llio INeiil ) ' ar ( UNlliij ? JiinoIlOlli , ISMI ,
Tlm City rusc-rvi'S tlio rlulil lo inlti'i imy ntul
nil l > lds. J. II. Houni\titi , City Clurk.
N. W. Cor. I'arnam and 18lh.
I'ronls Minpliy , 1'ioldciiL
feauil K Koh'ers , Vk-o I'l
Hen U. Wood. Ciishh-r.
l.ntlirr DmUe , Aci't Cashier ,
Accounts solicited and prompt attention giv
en Until lnislii < . ' .vt'iitiute ' < l loniir caic.
I'ttys fl I't r ( ' ' 'I' ) ' i >
347 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Wo hog to announce the beginning of a .sacrificing saol in the Underwear dopurt
mont. Ladies' , ( lontlemon'5 and Children's Underwear at. prices which will plcaso
S8 dozen Jinn's heavy Gray Undershirts and Drawers at 2"io.
01 do/on Mon'.s White IMorino Shirts and Drawees , silk fiuishi'd , nt iiOo , worth 7"u
S3 do/en Men's'Kino Gray Merino Shirld and Drawers at.We , worlh 1io.
21 do/.oii Mun's Kino while Merino Shirts and Drawers , satin finished at l5o !
! ! 3 doxun Men's All Wool Sonrlel Shirts and Drawers al 7oc worlh § 1.23
-.5-dozen Men's Striped Pine Merino Shirts anjl Drawers at $1 worth $1.00.
2J dozen Men's Finn all wool C.unols Hair Shirts and Drawers al. $1.W ohoap ut
3i dozen Ladies' line white merino sillc finished vests and pants nt fiOc worlh 73o
22 dozen Ladios1 fine white merino , extra tine gauze vests and pants at 7Go
00 dozen Ladles' all-wool soarlol underwear , § 1 worlh $1.00.
49 dozen Ladies' line cashmere white vests and pants at $1.25 worth § 1.75.
Childrens' all wool scarlet underwear , 05o and upwards.
Childron's merino whllo uudorwoar , Soc and upwards.
70c Quality for OOc ,
$1 Quality for 76c.
$1.25 Quality for $1.
60 different styles of Corsets to select from , many of tliam mt obtaiiubly EI33-
White and drab , all sizes.
On our second .door , Cloaks and raps at such low prices as were never before
offered in Council Bluffs. Our stock is nov/ / complete ajJ J.i 0.u ibitio n , Fancy raps
n all the latest foreign novelties.
German Worsteds , Scotch , Spanish , Gerniautowns , Saxonys , ostorn and Eastern
Yarns. All colors. Prices the lowest.
60 pieces Canton Flannel , special purchase nt Oc , worth 81-3.
Linen and Housekeeping goods department : 60 extra quality white bed spreads
at 75c. 60 extra quality , white honey comb , extra size bad spreads at $1 eacli.
100 remnants Table Linen , must be closed out ,
Secondweek of the
Ever in the city , Remember the this
prices week will continue th& & same as
last week. We do this In order to give ail a chance , One prioa to all.
Brjfidfll attention given lo mail orders and requests for samples ,
Oocke & Morgan ,
COUNCIL BI.UFFB , IOWA ,
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