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PIjATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, SATURDAY EVENING, AVII1I. Jl, 1888.
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" eery Tue-ilay evening of eaeh week. All
traimient brothers are rei-pcctf ully iuvited to
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1 o F meet .-very :merate Friday in
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IVI. I,. BROWNE,
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to iny care.
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jQOUtr aCtOr aild BUHdCr
HOPE FOR THE EMPEROR YET-
A Sllcht Decroaso In Temperature
and Easier Rosplratfon.
Ilri.in, April 21. This has hoen ft
hopeful ttay arouml the imperial siik
chamfiur, hucccc-ilin h distrustful tiny.
Tho ruyul itivali-l Iihs never lost his ap
petite. He rcli.-lics all his B'Miii-litjuitl
foutl. Toil iy hi appetite wu.s jjooil and
Iim spirits ttron. lore rest from state.
thoulitd and from nllicial routine has
lj en enjoined, so that ISisinarck conferred
toJaj' with th'i trovvii prince instead of
tlic emperor. Tlie new eanulu is of nlum
inuin having weight and pressure. It
was inserted, without co-operation, ly
Mackenzie alone. The people seem to
recognize that whether the event is ood
or ha l, it is u question of time and en
durance of the patient. My information
is that the doctors renr.l tho situation
as precarious while the pus still continues
and the fever remains intermittent. The
evening ISulletin contains cautious words
which compel readers to modify hope.
The phrase "hrcr.thing somewhat heavier"
is much comm .-uted upon. At the bourse
today the boars used the most pessimistic:
reports, but without success on the
(Juecn Victoria will arrive Monday.
Her suit of rooms are under those of the
empress, who, to please her mother, has
ordered some of them done up in Scotch
As I close I here (hat the severity of
Minister Pendleton's attack has been rx
aTiiti'd, lie had full consciousness af
ter a lew moments of coma. lie had the
pres- ncn of mind to fortell what was
.iin;f to happen and keep his strong
will working. Correct details, owin to
I lie a'isolutc quietude imposed, are im-J
po-itihlc to obtain at this late ho :r.
Loxijom Aiii 2!. A d'upateh from
(.'liarintteiiliur, midnight, pays: "The
emperor's condition is again critical, lie
is able to sleep, b::t is feverish and
A Serious Practical Joko.
Uikminoh am, All.. April 20. Last
niglit a practical joke, which may result
seriously, was played on a negro named
Tom JacLcsn at Wood's saloon, on south
Twentiv.tli street. A fa',y days ago a
negro who lived in an alley near that
saloou died and was buried in a small
lot ju--t back of the saloon, Jackson is
very uj) rstitioiH, especially about
ghosts. .Since the other negro died he
h is expressed his fear of seeing the man's
gho-t several times. Last night two ne
gro boys covered their facos, bauds and
heads with l! jur and hid naar the grave.
When Jackson came along iney rushed
out, and, after yelling a time or two, ran
at him. The poor negro was completely
paralyzed with fright. lie screamed and
fell to the ground. The other two ne
groes rushed up, and Jackson sprang to
his fett witli Lis eye; fairly starting
front heir sockets, and dashed oft like a
wild ant.-bp.'. He ran into a drug store
and fell tj the llor unconscious and
frothing at the n.cuth. Physicians were
-ummcned and tho mm removed to his
';)ine, but ho has not recovered from the
I '""'' f" '"bO" 'lc li !l raving maniac
4 l' ' i,',v-fi'n-' think there is no hope
-fhi Ti,e bj." ,,:lve b"'n
fiiir'it. Today he i a ravinjr maniac
D:od of Hycircpliobia.
(Vi.r:.:ji:, S. C, April 0. A dread
ful 'if death fi:: hydrophobia is
repined f:om iy..- -ii. J it hews section ol
Orangeburg county. A vouiig white
m in named .Shoemaker was bitte n last
Deet siibcr by a hound pup. The wound
was on the back of the hand, and ap
peared io ho i) very slight one. A few
.1 .ys ago Sa.u -maker 'Cit'; to feel pains
running n. Ids arm, which emm stifEviicd
o:se side f his n -ck and then the other.
Fro-.t i!;?t time until his death be suffer
ed fro ii viv'eiii c:;yn!sions. He foamed
.it the mouili and sulTrciJL territdy from
tli r.-t, but when water v.ou'd be handed
libti h". w- :"it into convulsions. During
th" int r -.-.Is b-.tivten his ravings he beg
g:d his plsyaiclau to give J.:r; strychnin",
to h i ve him shot, to cut li s tin oat, or
put an en.! to hi" bultcrings in any way.
It required four men tJ keep him in
, f ,
flefused to bo Photsfot?horl
IVmt: T.i 50. TWO DllOtO-
. ..r;i.-.h.'ruf Springli Id arrived here this
I N I I 3 n I m-'S'-.mg for the purpiw of securing p'u:
's i. S 3L1 tisrrs of tiie cowdonined II d 1 Knobbers,
the jail, rouit bouse, tie ulcl smfttcr on
J Hull Creek, the gulch where ti.e last
i meeting of Walker's compf.ny vras held,
t and tlie Edens-G.-eer cabin, the tcene of
j the m riore. Chief Walker was first
approached, but be positively refused to
i give the artists a Mtting, a du also h.:s
i Min. Bill, the yoon vice tbinf. Wficy
I "Mathews was then nppronchfref, lat he
j John' Iathcws. However,
consented to t4he n position before the
i tomcr "
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l. in :.: ; -lil ;t u ! o:'',.-.':rT tueir y.-rvir-es.
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li.-iliii; cf it ;ni!i! l.e e:ierl t !.o bids.
i;a e'.iiycii- of v. '.-'.::h !:'!. mh:k (tl
t!.,s .: i;;:: .:') -;it:,a-cff. Jefore ha
ii :ii l:a'l" .f theiii !. v.tts boil n-; over
wii 'a i:ni : ;i:'.i: a ;::;!::si. tie J '.ll ilis'l.t P.
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ii l'.:ir!y ; iif'-'il lef ;: l'is ar.'.va
v:i '1 eye:', lie i n s iiieb;; t ely let erm ineil
tp:t.;i briuitr.r t:!t :;!'.'l ea i:e to n:e for ad-vl-.e
iis to wl i' h .i thj lii.Meri lie shoul l
:-' ie( i to l:e:d his v.t.iiiii'id lVdiuys and
i'.!l his overly ;!.; hori jr.trse. I ox
p;.;i!;etl to him the glorious uncertainties
il't'. i' iiml tlivtuailed him from his
coutemp'.ateil touv.se. PliiuuU-lphia New.?.
Tim I.Ulleiitt-s of Ulan.
There tire 1, -10'.). 00'.). 000 people living on
the planet which we iohahit. And yet
there i.i now and then a man who won
ders what the rest of us will do when he
dies. There tire people in "society" who
honestly think that tul tho world closes
its eyes when they lio down to sleep.
There are men who fear to net according
to their own convictions, because perhaps
ten persons in a crowd of 1,400.000,000
will lati-jrh tit them. Why. if a man could
pnly realize every moment what a bus
tling, busy, fusey, important little atom
lie is in all this H''tit ant hill of import
ant, fussy little atoms, every day ho
would regard himself less, and think still
less of the other molecules in the corral.
Hobert J. Burdette in Xew York Star.
A Curious Class of 3Ien.
Speaking of barrooms, I have often noticed
r ei tain cui'i'ous class of men wlio appear tc
i.iK.ul thbic entire live3 within easy reach of
the counter where bottled Inspiration is dis
pensed. 1 do not mean the wretched class of
bangers on who spend their lives waiting to
lie asked what they will have, but men of
mean, whom the barroom teems to pos
sess tho attraction that other men of means
find in a club. They are- always elderly or
old men. They always spend money liber
ally, and they always make their appear
uuco on the alcoholie "scene early in thu morn
ing, quite sober, and get eo -drunk by noon
that tho rest of tha day is on of stupid, im
becilic idleness with him. There is one man
I know, who is very wealthy, a bachelor and
a traveled and educated man, whose entire
life is, I think, spent in getting drunk and
bciug uliered up at a c-rtain saloon that. hj
frequents! He must represent a oniall f oi luho
to the house, where ha is cherished aa ten
derly, iu his cpp, fw ft sick baby, foil, put to
bed and watched over as a goose that Jaya
golden eggs always should e. Now and then
he disappears for a few days or a week or
two, when j-ou may know that he is straight
ening up at his own house, which is ono of
jlie hajd,oiitst i-ld inausLms iu Ys'k,
But ha no sooner gets on his feet than they
carry him to the barroom, where he draws a
checK for the expenses 0 the last spree, and
tho old game begins again.
At a certain old fashioned ar-d popular
chop house not a, millioii uulea f i ota Madison,
square there are several of these topers to bb
encountered daily. Oua of them I remember
for years. Ho turr.3 up every morning, Sun
day's included, at 0 o'clock. By 11 ho has
had a dozen cocktails and is ready for break
fast. By 3 he is drunk enough to be taken
;ipstairs to bed, whence he emerges at 8
t'clock m thrf owning to eat his dinner, Hjg
after dinner drunk carries bira along well to
ward midnight, when, if he is not too hope
lessly helpless, ho is bundled into a coach and
sent home. For a long time I was a daily
visitor at tho chop houso which enjoys his
profitable favor and I never onco missed
him! Lately, having visited the place again,,
I found him there as usual, neither more nor
less drunk than usual and looking none the
worse for the sea of alcohol in which he has
been floating himself these many years. He
is, I believe, a man of largo means, inherited
from his father, and has never been known
o lead any other than tho degraded, selfish
and useless life which first attracted my at
tention to him. Alfred Truinhle in Tew
Eben de trail dat curas frum er liar Is
I.:inclil:is In London Tlierxtre.
The amount of eating .- nd drinking done
in a first class London theatro would astonish
an American manager. People come straight
r thff theatres from their dinners and im
mediately Ufgm prderinjj ices, cakes, coffee
r.nd sweets. Tho privilege of furnishing re
freshments to a theatre is paid for in largo
sums by restaurant proprietors. The refresh
ment room is one of the largest sources of
revenue of a theatre management.
Vaitti' lids during tho evening go cfcont
throughout t:i tu.-in rjofVfur at tbo box
doci-s hawking rerr-V2c:its. Between the
acts people eat and jriak constantly to fid m
the time. Pinyraiumes also are charged for
iu nearly all he theatres. The average price
oi ji.-i...2fammo is a sixpence. If an Ameri
can a-r benoe j.i ai.y atr ? tbo United
Stat--i should be called on to i ay twclvo cents
far tha programme there would bo a riot.
American managers say that it would bo im-po.-iible
to introduce the featvre tf asking
evn one cent for programmes. London
Do man whutbas do mos' plcasan' 'quaint
ances mighty oCeu has do fewi r real frien's.
THE CRATER OP VESUVIUS.
A Ciond LooU Into tli I-ptlin of the
Orrnt Aliytm of i'lre ami llrlniittni.
We stood at the great gulf in tho mountain
top at the crater of the most active volcano
ia tlm world. From the great ubyss lieforo
us came clouds of thiek, sulphurous vaor,
with a sound sometimes as if thunder storms
were ln-ing manufactured within, and again
as if tho hosts of hades were down there, lit
tling furiously with each other. We could
readily U'lieve what we are told by scien
tists that a volcano is a constant war Ikj-twit-n
the ocean of water that is always not
far away and the ocean of fire that raos iu
sidtj the earth. Now and then great llovks
of stones wont flying hundreds of feet into
the air, und at tho end of their return jour
ney alighted as near us as we cared to have
Wishing to get another view of tho crater,
I engaged two extra guides, who, for tho
modest sum of $1 extra, contracted to show
mo everything additional that one could
witness, and yet hope to descend the mount
ain on the outside, and take dinner in tho
evening with his friends. After exhibiting
several points upon thoir anatomy where
bones had lieeri lvr!:p V f-.'!! - , , ;
of which seemed to have healed remarkably)
they led mo straight into the thick sulphury
steam, which was about as stifling as any
thing I ever undertook to breathe, and
made the phj-sieal interior feel as if it were
being treated to a sudden attack of sponta
neous combustion. We descended into a
crater valley .which was full of vapor breath
ing crevices, and weird enough to form one
of tho most interesting districts of Dante's
"Inferno." Suddenly my guides made a
break for fresh air and the outer edgo of the
crater, and I, supposing that some tremen
dous new historical convulsion of nature was
at hand, used about a second and a half in
following them so as to get a good look at it
from a safo oint.
"Great dangcro!" shouted tho swarthy vil
lain who had my five francs. "It blows,
this the wind! a wrong way I Half tho hour
ago, all it was different! If you then had
only ljeen here! But we must now go it
Tho average Yankee, however cownrdly,
had rather lose his life fairly than bo swin
dled out cf a dollar; and, besides, I had
been told of this trick by a f riend who had
ascended tho volcano tho day before. io,
hiding all iny trembling fcar3, I insisted on
tbo whole trip to the edge of "the now cra
ter." "It is death with ordy two guides," said
tho swarthy villain. "Two moro guides you
must h.if, that they shall warn and keep the
falling stones from killing j-ou."
At this point new guides began to spring
up around me, as if they had been ejected
from among the contents of the volcano.
Not wishing to fake too many of them into
certain destruction, I ignored all except tho
smallest one, and, shaking my cane at him
with an assumed courago whieh 1 did not
exactly feel, threatened him with instant de
struction entirely disconnected with volca
noes if ho did not follow out tho terms of
Wo wero soon at luo best point from which
to vif-w tho great drama of fir that vvns gq;
ing on. beneath. Flames font their ruddy
glow upon the swelling clouds of vapor that
constantly pushed their way into tho air.
Now and then camo a sob from the Lreast of
the cruel mountain, as if it wero mourning
for tho thousands it had murdered. Tho sul
phur fumes mado me feel as if tho volcano
wero reaching out its long white fingers and
clutching rne by the throat. A half grating
and half hissing sound was followed by axi
explosion hkq the voice of 'a cannon, and a
long stono wall went stretching up. into tho
air in fragments tectiens, between mo and
that invisible locality where the sky was sup
posed to be. I scon began to persuade myself
that it was unjust to exposa theguido to peril
any longer, and, to set a good example, sctair
red oat of tho way ahead of him wuit tm
much agility eg JS-i pquiida avojrdiqiois woula
allow. vui (.-aruou ia rew loniJs'
lropliccy of tli c- I'uture.
In speaking o the exhaustion of tho co.-.I
fields, our sourco of power, tho author ri
a Ktrikiag picture of tho fair green JEng-
of 500 years ago as compared with it.sprc t
smoky skies and soot blackened surf :', e.
where the whole is'ar.d throbs with the cd
driven engine, and tho watcr3 oro chur?-t-1
by tha swift steamer; and then, iu the rose ox
prophet, ho unfolds the future of a few hun
dred years, when almost certainly tho "til
Ix-hoMins sun" will eead his iea;r.3 "thrc .u't
rent i;i the ivy grown Walla of deserted lactone:-,
upon silent engines brown with rusi
while the mill hand has gone to other lands,
tho rivers cro clean again, tho harhonj show
only white soils, and England's 'black coun
try' is green ouco more! To America, too,
such a time may come, though at a greatly
longer distance." And ono chapter closes
with the following striking paragraph:
"Future ages may see the scat of empire
transferred to regions of the earth now bar
ren and desolated under intense solar heat
countries which, for that very cause, will not
improbably become the seat of mechanical
and thenco of political power. Whoever
finds the way to make industrially useful the
vast sun power now wasted on tho deserts of
North Africa or tho shores of tho F.ed sea
will effect a greater change in men's affairs
than any conqueror in history ha3 done; for
ho will onco more peoplo thoso waste places
with the life that swanried thero in th besfe
days of Carthage and of old Egypt, lut uudec
another civilization, where ruan no longer
snail worship the sun as a od, but shall have
learned to make it hi serv ant." Review of
"The New Astronomy."
Practical Civil Sen iej.
KistrcS3 (to new girl) When" will
New Girl To-morrow evenin', euro.
Mistress Then I may consider you
New Girl Yes, mum to the butcher boy,
But O'ill see that ye get his custom, too.
Detroit Free Press.
The Dominion has no gold coins, and its
6ilver and copi-cr currency is mado in Eng
land. One of the bright s;Kt3 i- ejiistcr.ee is spot
C:i. Now Haven News.
The lawyer is the oi ly man cf sense v.hj
does uct pic-fey
uUr, to a tar.ut
The lord mayor of London gets 0,0G0 foi
Lii oac veai of ch-cisilervice.
Tho Dcyligbt Store.
Just afb r our inventory, we reduce
prices !o sell the goods rather than to
curry over. We are willing to sell our
entire Winter Goods at cost. Staples wo
have a largo quantity and offer them
very low. Calicos A to 5 cent per yard,
making the best standard of them at "0
yards for $1.00. Gingham best circs
styles 10 cents per yard. Dress gioih
till kinds at the very lowest prices, from
5 cents per yard upward. Woolen )iot
wo offer at cost, extra fne. Ladles cash
mere hose, worth $1.00, now 75 rent a,
flue heavy wool 40 cents, now 2o; child
rcn's tine ribbed worth 50, now liO. Un
der wear inubt go at low prices, us wo
will not keep them over.
Our Gents Silver Grey Merino Shiils
:' ' ' : v i : j.ieo 50 now 115.
Our Gents Silver grey marino whirls
and drawers, extra ejuality 75 now 5o,
Our Scarlet all wool shirts and draw,
ers fine equality $1.00 now 75 cents.
Our scarlet all wool shirts jnd draw
ers, fine quality $1.25 now 1.00.
Our scarlet all-wool Bhirts and draw
ers, line quality $1.75 now 1,25.
Oir scarlet all-wool shirts and draw
ers, line quality $2.00 now 1.40.
Xj:i1Rs' - Underwear,
EQUALLY AS CHEAP.
Our 25 per cent, discount on cloaks, is
still good. Are tire determined tit chmo
out our entire stock and never beforo
has such an opportunity been offered to
economical buyers to purchase the hot
qualities for so little money.
Joseph V. Weckbnch.
The tirm W. A.
Jiocck ev te.,
AND EXPECT TO
tXTjETW ICS MBIT
We l:;v? oar house filled wi'h
FINE QUALITY OF ICE,
Aitu are jrec:ir."-i lo deliver it daiiv t our cus
tomers ia any ;nantity desired.
ALL 0SISE&S PE01IPTLY TILLED.
I. 'aye oiders with
At store on Sixdi Street. V."e nrdi a Srec
And f.o-.wdlng Cars -"t,r terms se us cr
17. C. McMAKZK & tO?L
Firs Insurance written in tho
Etna. Phcenix and Hartforrl by
Wirdhem &, Davies.
A 3Ian wltli a lli.story.
Come walk with me down the avenue.
Note the characters you meet. Every one
cf them has a history. See that little old
man, with his shoes cut in many places to
ease his corns. Note his rusty clothes, his
rusty hat, tho little clay pipe with a bowl no
bigger than a thimble which he smokes, and
note also the kind smile which rests ujon his
gray whiskered face. He shuffles along,
bowing courteously to such as remember
him. There are few who do. But in the
days of Buchanan this man was one of tha
leading beaux of Washington. He has
been second in many a duel, and he be
lieves today in tho code duello
He ws3 ono of the pall bearers at
the funeral of Barton Key, after he was shot
by Gen. Sickles orj that corner over there,
not two blocks away. His father was one ot
the most eminent lawyers that Washington
has ever known, and the son was well edu
cated. Washington, however, and Wr &V.iug
ton life, ruined hirrj. Jts innocuous dosuetude
tapped his energy, and tho fortune which his
father left him has passed away. I will not
mention his name, but he is well known in
Washington, and he has, 1 think, no sin but
that of poverty.
And so tho world, goes pn. Tha ups oi to
dy are the downs pi to-morrow. The sena
tor becomes aa ofilco seeker, and theTclerk
takes the place of the cabinet oClcer. Wash
i I bu ck A liirel-
DO A I5LD KOC K
ron. sale Tsrz-
HAVEN & RHODES
(Name thi paper in your order.) "
GO TO-. .
Hf P. Whisler's,
The City Bakery,
Home Mads Bread.
He lis pioei,re1 the errvic-'s c f Strayer,
of Uma'rt. wlifse peeih'.ty in making
tl'.is l.cjlif, eattiiy digekted.
ISTTJ TEITIOTJS, 13TZj.T
Purchase a five or ten cent leaf and you will b
convinced of Its uier.U.
vi L r.-.T' soi'y.
aj'o Ajr ctumateT)
St-ad Tar C'lrc-olar.
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