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Ordr taken for M 1LXON I IiOh.' hh I HTf.
J. P. Ye
AT SAGE'S OLD STAND. ON
TTDfte IBeat JLine of (L'cok Stoves5
6. (Uasoliiie Stoves,
" (Keneral DITardware
To be found lu the City. ?w good at inlet's tl-t defy compel ion. Give tue a rail)
ami jb aroajBD.
We bave Just received
l . d.-U e wid s?tl at prices within thj react' of all.
&onie and See (Our Canopy Top.
THE LIGHTEST. NEATEST AND MOST CONVENIENT.TOP MAX IN
Also a completeUne'yf Men's, Bovs.'and Ladies'.Saddles at
J.G.CHAMBERS & SON
IHLAJHiin) WAEBE SITdDMlE
"Warranted to be as good as any wire made. AVe also
keep in stock a general assortment of HARDWARE, STAVES and
TINWARE, and sell as cheap as any Hardware house in the country.
Call and see us in the Rock wood Block.
WAFJIAN & KIR BY, Propr's.
IKON KROXTS. rTOUSE COLUMNS.
facilities or heavy work in Columns aud Castings for Business Houses ara
rnasJed in the State.
ACHINE REPAIHIN'O of all kinds. Our Machine Shop is fully equipped
all classes of work In iron.
Patronize Ni raska maaufucturiDg. We
rreieht and time.
LV.rtieA ImllOlUK bltj vi I iiiv rwie
0 STATION KUY. MT
MASON & HAMLIN
IIKNKY F. MILI.Ei: and
LOVEH MAIN STKEET.
fine assonment of
And Tinners' Stocl
FOR SALE BY
ST. LOU IS. MO
doplicat.' all easterr prices, saving
dix.'uiu wine iur our ii-riiir. ! iifd.inP
rbe Plattsmontti Beral PuMisUif Co.
The Work of the Senate
An Extensive Conflagration
New Yrk, Augu- 2l-I3cfore the
seuaie suu-committeu on labor and edu
cation there appeared this murniug
Kichaid L'owers.of Chicago, president
ul the suiisuieii'a union, of the lakes
1'h.H uuiou, he said, improved the ni.ir
..1 c million of its im-mli-r4. It ha 1
ercuitU them higher wae.-, and is now
ti yiujt to procure the passage of laws
teuiliug to diminish the risks to life
bv lake sailors, by prohibiting over
loading vessels, and making it it com
pulsory to man with suitable crews.
A great nam be' of lake vessels, he said,
were unsea worthy A law should be
passed, lie urged, providing that at
least two-thirds of the sailors employed
on American vessels should be native
George J. black, as representative of
the journeyman baker of thia fit',
tol li'd that tiie condition of bikets
wj-.s a very digiaded ne, on account ot
the h-ii hours they were oblig-d to la
bor. They begiu work at 5 p. m , aud
continue uutii 4,5, G aud 8 a. ui. The
ureal er number were unmarried. The
average wages were $8,20 a week
1 he bukers struck some time ago for a
reduction to twelve hours a day labor,
the booses tiyrecd to this, but when Die
men returned to work the pledges wire
nroken. l.:uk stated that of the wait
ers employed in the large beer saloons,
many are Prussian army oflicers, foie
meu, noblemen aud Kus?inti princis,
who came to this country expecting to
make their fortunes, but. who found
mis their only means to gain a liveli
lpiino, of the brewer's union, said
llieitr are iu this city thim-five biewers
employing about 2,200 meu. A trade
uuiou was orgamed in 1831. Shortly
alter there was a strike lor a deciease
iu working iiours to twelve houas per
Uaj , and extra compensation lor Sun -ilay
work. The strike was won by the
meu. Wages range from $30 to $100
per moti th.
Adolpu Strasser, president of the
cigar makers' iuti national union, lead
a large quautity of statistics, showing
the nveirtge nueof ivuges iu his irude
iu this country, aiu the cost ot living.
Tnefiuies snowed that w hen there was
existing au orauixatiou, amuchhtgner
rate ot wt.ges prevailed than where tne
iiittm.trv Hits unoraiiiZed. sjuice IsO-l
to rc lirtU been iioJ siriheS lu the cijur
bUfftuio?, 207 won, 17 nst, twelve com
promised and fcix are still in pi ogress.
One strike 1 .steil ten months and was
tiutidy compiemised. Tiieue strikes
act uailv cost 280,4 44. There KU
actual gain iu !he wages of the work
men of $18,000 ik.t annum. There
185 orauehes of t;te interuatioual un
ion in this country uud Canada, with a
iu mbeiship ol So.tiOy. S.rasser sug
gested legislative meusures which Would
tend to mitigate the eviis which threat
ened labor iu general iu this couutry.
The enforcement ot the natioual eight
Hour law, to au'horize the Incorpora
tion of iabor orjian.:7-i,ioC!i Ml,d place
them on the same basis as !htT corpo
rations, to establish a natioual bureau
of labor statistics, and to amend the
revenue law by providing that after
31 ay, 1884, no license should be granted
to cigar manufacturers employing pen-i'-ntiary
Til K WtSTEKN CNION OFFICE AT CHIC
AGO IN ItUINS.
Chicago, August 21. The live storv
st ne bu.Idiug at the corner of La
Salie and Washington streels.occupied
b the W estei ii Union Telegraph com
pany, the Union National bank, the
International bank. Associated press
and numerous commission offices, was
par ly burned I his morning in 0:30,and
made completely uninhabitable by
streams ot water thrown iiuo the
building. The fire originated on the
liith floor, used as theopeiatiug depart
ment of the We.--tern Union, and with
in twenty minutes every description of
property ou the floor was ruined. Ten
men were on duty at the time, besides
the nigh mannger. The lire originated
by the duplex battery wires near the
switch boaid, and everything was in a
bUze in a moment, Within five miu
utes from the discovery of the blaze
the skj lights and transoms were break
ing from the heat and dropping out.
fhe fire department was on the scene
qu.ckl, and e)ond a heavy drenching
given to every portion of the building
iu especial damage occurred to the
maiu ftruciure below the fifth story.
'1 he Western Union immediately began
the removal of ils property to the build
iu? ou the north 6ide ot Washington
street, where the quipmeut of the Mu
tual Union compauv will enable it to
continue handling a portion of its bus
iness. Preparation w-9 at once made
to remove the entire business to that
kel ami stock quotation were closed
lor ft Uuo,aud no biuincs was trans
acted ou 'change. Tl'tj loss to' tlu
Western Union may retch 73,000, lut
It U thought It will fall below that. The
lews to the building will bo 830,000.
Owing to the prompt action of the fire
patrol the loss to the binkp and othYes
is estimated to e slight. : Insurance,
FIIANK JAMES' TRIAL.
Gallmhi, Mo August 21. The sher
itf is busy finpmclltngoiia Ii tin I red j
rors for Frank James' trial. It is
lievedthatit will take three day to
secure the twelve good mcu. The town
in crowded. Charley Ford is here aud
will testify. Dick Liddle lias not beeu
seen. It is thought that he has flVd.
James' frimda are numeroU9,but make
no dciiionstra tious.
New York, August 21. Kountz
llros. statu mat lorged drafts, purport
ing to be issued by the First National
hank of Omaha, ujoa Kountz bios.,
New York, are iu circulation.
Osage City, Kas. August 21. At a
meeiiugof the directors of the Ottawa,
Osage Uily & Couucil Grove railroad
iu Lyndon esterday, the toiitract for
bunding the road was let to lloldeu, oi
Cidcago. This road is designed to be
au extension of the Missouri Pacific
connecting that at Ottawa with the
Topeka, tJaiina & Western. It will
traverse seveuty-five miles of the very
richest portion of the state, and open
up a new market east aud west for the
immense coal business of the Osage
KAILKOAD SMASH UP.
Strutliers, Ohio, August 21 Bv neg
lect some one left open the switch at
the east end of the Pittsburg & Lake
Erie yard, at H.'Zellon, two miles east
of Youn. eto 'ii, O. io. Patieiigei
train No, , due at Youugstowu from
Pittsburg, at 11:30 a m, ran into the
ear end of a Ireight standing on the
main track, telescoped the caboose ami
plowed through the coke car, complete
ly demolishing both cars, and badly
w recking the engine f the pass nger
train, winch was running al the rale of
thirty miles per hour. Engineer Sam
uel Hose reverned the lever, aud stood
by the throttle, and come out of the
wreck miraculously, not receiving a
scratch. Fireman Lewis Kertz jumped
and was badly bruised and cut nbout
the face, hands and body, but not fa
tally hurt. Win. .lohusoti, express mes-
sengei, of Cleveland, was considerably
bruised, and had hisiight arnspraiued.
Chus. A. Walsh, a hrakeiiian, was also
Bi.vi.rclv i..iur.l hTii! lliMtruiii took Kit. I
but was extinguished with buckets by
the passengers. About 1000 passeu
gers were on the train, but hone were
Boston, August 11. Kirklaud M.
Fitch, defaulting cashier of the Second
National hank,ot Warren, Chio, arrived
here early Sunday morning. During
the day be seemed to suffer severe men
ial trouble Arising yesterday, after a
sleepless night, he decided tosurretuie-,
aid walked into the headquait rs of
the district police com', said his name
wa.- Kirklaud M. Fitch, and was want
ed iu W arren, Ohio, tor embe..li. g
$80,000 from the Second National b.ink
at that place Jle said he could not ac
count for his coming to Boston, unless
it was to get away as far as possible
from the scene of his crime. He said
he had embezzled the money a he was
charged, ana lost it all in stock specu
latious in Kevy York. He was desi
rous of hearing but little about his evil
uoiiigs, iiuu expressed a oesire io leture
to Ohio a-soon as possible, and would
go without u r quisition.
Dublin August 21. Earl Spencer,
lord lieutenant, arrived at Cork last
evening. ad was escorted through the
principal struts of the city by a small
mounted guard. He as respectfully
received by the people, policemen in
sight of each other guarded the train of
the lord lieutenant along the route tiom
Dublin to (.'oik.
Vienna, August 21.
mots caused by
ople to the Use
the opposition u'.' the peopl
-1 the Hungarian language iu official
notices, occurred iu other towns in Cro
atia besides Aram. Tro ps inierven
ed to quell thim.
Vienna, August 21. A number of
socialist pamphlets, which attack the
emperor Francis Joseph iu a virulent
manner, hare beeu found in the vicin
ity ot the imperial summer palaces at
jjuxemberg, a few miles from this city,
where the Arc-Duke Kudolph, prince
imperial of Austria-Tluugary, and wife
reBide. Pamphlets of a similar charact
er have been circulated ut several plea
sure resorts in Lower Austria
FKAXCE AKD CHINA
London, August 21 A Standard
Hong Kong correspondent asserts that
the Chinese are treating with Germanv
with a view to the purchase of 1,000
A Paris correspondent to the Times
says the statement that Tricon would
shortly leave for Japan is au admission
of the suspicious uegotiatious between
France and Chiua. ' The return, says
the corresponden t of Tricon to Japan
is evidently a device for getting him
away from Shanghai without the open
appearance of a rupture.
SOT SCARED SO DAD.
Paris, August 21. Huva's oews
ril C')rr'Siondent of a London local!
news agcucjr, printed yesterday, tlist
th" tipttblsh" Cabinet hns rtio: Vttl to
seek the support of Germany in view
of the attitude of Franco towards
aiunDER aii suicide, i
Brest. August 21 A landlord in
ti is citv yestenlay m iri.ered his live
childr n by hanging them and then
committe 1 vuicide
Lond n, Auul 21. The details le
ceived by mail, of the shootiug of
James Carey by O'Donnell. show that
CDonnlel, vrlieu h- discovered at Cap.
town that Carey was n board the
Kerlous ('astle, exclaimed: 'Had 1
kuowu he was on board I would l ave
owun for him "
AMERICAN STL'OENTS' CONG IlKSS
Copenhagen, August 21. The fifth
congress ol Aim rican stu knts f cnrly
Amencau history opened today. The
Priuce of Wales and' members of the
Danish royal family were present. Ad
diesses were del vered by Dauish. Span
ish, Belgium aud Trench delegates.
SAP -o, CtiAiK
B.TC, ETC., KT
Of All DemrripUons. .
METALLIC B3HIAL CASE:
f all sizes, ready made and sold cheap lor cash
MY FIN m JE Aims
if NOW tt h.AIV tUK BtliVlCh.
With iiiany tluutk.H for past patronfttr.
Invito all to call ana examine my
L.AKGE STOCK OK
3Uf. I K ir K t,l (IKr'lM
n E i
Z -r. .5
t-. si E
o i "1
A S ac S
q. a. a.
I C. St. X' aofl G
Safest. Best and Most Reliable
LINE IN THE WEST.
Magnificent P ning Ca:
Eha t Daj Coacbes
2 St Louis Trains Daily,
2 Omaha Trains Daily,
2 Kansas City Trains Dai
.Atc ison Trains Daily,
Two Trains for
St Paul. Minneapolis, Sioux City1
A i I ill mi it- i i u -t'w3it. witu
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Between Kansis City an J St. Fanl
Ail trains run on ti:i.frr.!iectins fci all point
agt SI7 est, North & South
lieket for sat it al! resular ticket ofliees.
uforn&rioii rei;.ir.uii : r;te ti ne, Ac. encer
lly given .; addiessiug
i, t. i;ah-akd.
A. C. Dawr. 'Jeu'l Stipt.
Itpii'I I'ass AK-li
STREIGHT & CO
(SofMor iu Ntr(ffht A. Jliller.
FINE i HEAVY flARNES.
A tiirge Hnc or
Saddles Bridles Collars WMp.
always in stuck.
Repairing of oil Aii.o'j? rttitl Ocvt o
Main Street, betv it ,.ii tb n4 FUtJi,
AT JOS McVSY'.S
You will find the Finest Irajtorte..
French Hrandv, Chxmiistiirn. anl nther
Fine Wines. I'ure K-i ttn-kv Wftisnies.
Bevral of the ls and m?t ixipular
branrts t.f HijTTLE liEEH. Fresh
Beer always on draught, and Fine Ci
m Fii uk
Can be found
Trunks, Valises, Boots and Shoes,
In C-ts County, at IN 1 KocU Prices. Ileineinlier llie Am-v.
HI. UIIlESSflDJLlll), Manager.
C. K. BUlElKflWLllD, Wvmtrtnv
THIS MAGNETIC BELT IS
WARRANTED TO CURCS-y
without mIMlH;-Pln !' bin- , lli. h-l, jr
llmbi. Mcrvuii. It'lill:..,.fmi.i!.t iffiier.il .ltiIIIIyw
rheumallxin, :ii-hI; ii u, !i ln. illwu
ol th Llt!uiT.'ptnttl !lb-.i4VM. lorpll livrr.tfwi
rinlnul rmluLii . I nii'ilrai y, n.ilimu. Iicart allv
dvlt1it- 'il;.nt:.'. !M-lnt liailltfrs
tlun. bt-rnlH or rtu., i.u.nli, IU-s. eill. r,
- Whni'yJ.!ll-y if fl- ;T: vtl! ATM K t'Kti X9
Orm. !. vltnlUy. !!. fn r.- t..:e uml l tor.
imlliiwniU('.R.nii':i tiio-'t- M.itir o (tr-
I suture. fr in ! I-' ' i- i n . i . H coiitiliiUJ!:s
mutrrlir tS-' to ft t
I licl o ti no
OlUUlktt UUollt tliia -i ,li .:.
TO THE LACiB;
If ; oil I I f"-rX
FiVmillii,l' ii-ili),ir '-. !: it l'l-" I
-r, hlijM-.ru. llcutia.-nc o!l ft t. K;!: n nr
Wi uL AiiUh-K, or Ktwlirn i l, oil Al c!fn..i.i.l I t
anil a pair r MuKiiftiu Ko.t li..ti i W I'uv f ih mii lor
In the r.- i-f nii'l rn" t f' tli-u n t l.iii .
carry a ixitierinl m.'itllcl..: Su.cj ti ll.e te..L of Ut
Fur I.nm. Pttrb, Wrtili ne of t'l.i Pplnt.. i-'fll-tlfcof
th iittiiitt. IMt"rt-ifi. 1 Iiftjn'- l r.ll.i. iiim
tlon and l-rrutlon orttt S ttiil, Int'lu.-ftlitl Sit-m-orrbMsxe
or fr'Soodlnt;. Pbliit'til, NupyrfMul und lr.
rriruljtr Airnatriitlloii. Itumnit".. tt.-.itii ir of
I .Ire, UlU UU lttt Applittuc-o Hud tiirliti Aat
For al'l fo.mn tit Fminln fIR.uMf It lit umMir
pnuMtl br aiiyliiii tw.i. i it '! t. tn.i li a iu;aliv
jfer.t and ina Hviurct. i.f ihv t-r ord rttallyn:it.
Price of , !.l.i-r I'.- I' itli Mairnt .ior'o.it lii.t.n 1m. I "
Bent by rxpre!. t'.O. I) .ainl f xin i". vlim a'.uweI.or i y
mnll on receipt of . .re. In orderm.. fe. mentniro f
waist and size 'f !i'.e Rer i ' ncetHit Lw tuulu lu cur
reney, aent in l.t riii n rr k.
The Magneton :i t p'taptM to all are
irorn over tbe u:iuer cl'l ili', (i-..t nrt to th
body Ilk the- man Uiilvtnle anl Fleecrfe Hum.
boas aderttd mo exi'-' Iv aitl ahmild So
taken off at night. Th" t '' 1 tl lrpmvrfoni;tr.-ti
areworn atall season', nf tl. vt-nr.
Fend stamp fort) New Iw mr I I Medical Trev
mi'iit Without MedU'lox." itli tliuuaxU'lM of teuli"ut
lualr. XnE MAIJNKTON A PPr.IA NCE CO..
HIS .Muto t.. 'htcuif, IU
tlOHSE SHOEING & WAIiOX KF.PAlIUNt
All Kinds of Farni'iffiiileBCflts Msnfleil will
NeatiiM-1 iiinl Iiispatcli.
Horse. 31ulv oxMioein
n short, we'll shoi auytliin that Imp
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come at tl see U3.
ii Tilth Sf
between Main r3 Vine Street
e corinii' from t h nfw II Kit A L
LAFE O'NEIL, frop'r.
3 jf Hfifign pori Veal Clilckens. So
('OH"tMlltlV Oil tllll.
Also. all kiinis i.r t. a i : m siia-on, tDd ev
ert shim kejit in a
At -i t..--i:i. r.iten..
fc war '.'at i-3 i-tt'tisl
f i i rr--s' --j'i. Tkfir.ci .
h n s
' u tLi if-
H S Br
the largest and
Genls' mmmi Gooes.
t l:t i.ititry liafl illwuvere.l lu I rniud y hjilx rlor
to r . Ii;n f linttiiii!r cu i 'ml r ru'ii.. i'n ht
lv ir (i ir.' l km. I cnuii'iucW. i' linn no eij'iitj na n
Tim j:l -it oii.i.i
'n t;nti,. nt urn'i'ii Will
A h'iii.y emu rhii
I ft I iiih.. Tlll4
Il I I Inl KMIIlllt'sa
of Hi" Miln, wliotlii r ri!H' l fion. 'ii i.tii- mill..
fiiR-.io.' tit . 11.10 f llf I'lls. I ()S.lli;THN.
Y i I ell 'o ilu' s o i':t .i i u l mm" l'i i il rltm
.Ii sl.H. i-ill Mil l I' r. I. tin mtlilt In Suit
lin nit A Ihiiiiiv fi'ii o. yfni rii.ii I. ii i : i I vi i htm
a ii tur-il. i'.U - l.N ... Ui A.. 'A Llil'.i, fo.
t .Hi, Ml ,U
t J . I.I l;l
Ii u t i n. .
y it r
my nu t
A I Ht'llltt.
I V I U' c. KeeiiH Hit'
It'll f.' ml cU i;pi i ',
ni I im "til t to ir. lilt, uml
I lii'.ill ly k .v. t.niiv ii.i i,i ci'.iiiiik tin)
i'n ti ii tt I eiailii'iit i'i i !.inilrn il. 'X lie. moht
H-ttoi et Bui'l) lil 111 J wiir.il. 1 l.. ... :
S Pi Siiavikg Soap
A tn ilicniad nrtielo
t inn: hum it. I'it
ti'ir -. ii il piinpli-a.
I iil-fit.iire litceiiiiu
iaki: sn . v;n ; ui i ii. .ii..
II"! rriu.l ly l.i M'illl ; I). 1 11 KTM, . AnVtll It,
W ithout ii-.rillot 11 h a mIiiivIii miii" Kirli in
itlnir hii I eiti'i','. Kc'in tlm In r it i l ni-ck fn-e
I inn pi rn jiiin . 1' I. i'. i 3 Is. Im u liti fce cultu.
M TOOTH SOAP
If f f I .' Illltlt fH( htlllll
f J I 'i ui'i it. H if' rt i r
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tust i i i !.li'."it.fii . 1'iiii-. ..."
Ali ilrie.".:ists Kill tin ..li-iv
lirii! tln'iii. 11 iMi'l. il mi mi
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nrt 'tiivi. Of wo T7III
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C. H. "5 St QO.t
bo'.c I'rtrjii Jeloi-M niul itlaiili-..., Clifea'f!
wii.Ii .1. w v i: is f t K,
I'l.ATTSM'M i W. - - - N : lilMSKA.
CI1Y 7K0UvG shop
I .'ilii U'liint,' to ill- :t!I I iinl- n! s 1 1 1 , ii.;'. ;irnl
tin fitrrliiye :i!il V r.'nii m k. l'i; i,;-!i i' ;ind
I'liiw work ilone o: Jcr ; nov.- i . our l m e to
pulroi.ize ui". S'j:i, on Va-!iin, iii:i Aveuuo
! a. t.Iie
"-"f :iI S.i I isf.-ift inn C iiIh :iii!i i-iI.
VLltf J'lii!' ,ii;i:t:i,'i.
ir:ii ii'l kiud'- of ;.ic1s ;n:i" v in a
Mif" ..-.-. 1 it .. I. . nltlltK
Also, a vfiy coiMjili "i- ft'"::: ol Funeral Onods,
MetaI!ic8tV7c3desCGmi:s Caskets Rotes.
Our N aii'l --'j:uit lu-:iv-:; ii-;t'. wayn lu
Remernln-r t! pl-u--, in r.'XION
,I5I.(M K. i.t. Six' ' - i TWO
I)' ors Sf tit h of C.tbs Coun
ty IJi.lik. ; .
i iii . r " i- j i:.- i .1. i !:..:.; i r ;ty.
i - : . . ':()'" ( NIB
, C. A. Marshall
(.- ureessnr In ( I.li ti r A M -l ihdll.)
i23 2S2VrT,iBaF I
j I'n s'-rv:uiiii of ii:ifn:il teet a i-peelalty.
J Tetlh txtraitfl without p'nit fy tiie of
i J.ntiijhin'j iiuu
I All work w;tr -mid. l'i I rer-so'ialiin.
S L1.1 ttd