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PJLi ATTSMO UTI f , NEBRASKA, 3IOXDAY EV ENING, NOVE3IJJEK 12, 1888.
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every liertinsi I'rlday eTnliijc at K. of I.
TrJ::i!"t brother are respectfully In
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.V-ti n fho lirt auJ thir.I Mondays of
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f 4:ii r.-.onth ,it Jasoi' hul. Vi'ili't; brother
rc .; f..'i.'.:l y uiviloit 10 meet with u.
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M I N C I U N 0. 1 Wl . RO Y A L KC A N U Al
.f ct- ttie MAcond aud fourth Mondays of
i art ;.;.r.t'i ut Arcanum M.ill.
K. N. (iLE.NK, Ttegent.
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. ..);:urr M;uer Sergi.
For "run-down," Jhillttel and OTerworfced
iroinen. Dr, Plcrc' FaTorlto Prrcrlptton it
tna best ot all refttoratiro tonic. It ia a potent
Fpecino for all tboe Chronlo W kn ea anc
Irisnaara peculiar to Women: a powerful, ren.
rml aa well aa nurio. tonlo and narrine, it
)nnrt nror and trnrth to the whole ijitem.
It oromptlr cure weakneagof etoniacb.nause.n,
ln.iirf in. Moatins. weak tack, nervous pro-tmtion.di-Mlity
and alfvplewnei, in either ecx.
It is, curt-fully compounded by an experienced
yhvsician. and adapted to woman'! dclicat
orianiZHtion. Purelv vegetable and perfectly
fcarnik.' in any cxnlitlon of the jatern.
tlon Is the only rnedieiuq
InrwomA, aold by dSrurit.
under IKWiUTfl taar
aniee of satiafactlon ia eTery case, or prica
4Jjw refunded. Tbto iruarapteo has teei
printed on the bottle-wrapper, fta4 Xaithiull
caniel out for many Tears.
For larp. Ulustrated Treatise on Diseases of
Women d'W pairee. with full direction for
homo-trcatmnt), send ten cents in stamps.
Ad-In-M. WORin'S DMPMaART Mzmcat.
AaoOCIATION. O&i Main Street. Buffalo, N. T.
u!. nic PtrpprRRs-nn
iUUIUw I a. I I uuuuiiv,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
PEALEK IN TOE
Clioicest Brands ot Cigars,
FJor d Pepperbergo end 'Bud's
FULL LINE OF
1 OiiACCO SD SMOKCRS A-RTICLES
alwaT in rtock. Kot, M. liSx
Sfcerwin & Williams' mixed paint, tii0
Kt in tbi market, atPrickeftCo'a.droj?
start, . : 9 it-
SCENE AT THE SHAFT.
The Work of Recovering Bodies of Victims
FIFTY BODIES NOT YET FOUND
Wives and Mothers Become crazed
Over the Loss of Their
Investigating the Cause.
Sr. Louh, Nov. 12. I)is;iatcln'8 from
I'itt.Nlmr, K'is., j;ivo sickening accounts
of the incitlcnts at tlie mine horror at that
11 ace Friday night. For hours after the
explosion t'i3 scene .t the pit was tlis
trn. I'ooily cjad women with hahies
clasped to tin ir hrcii'-ta came throiigh the
ilrtrkiiess 13' the liglitcabt by bonfires like
hagjfiinl, uiicuiiiiy beings fro'n another
world. Some shrieked alioyu the storm
and muttered as tliey fell lielple.3 on the
h,ul(t( rs of utroiiger neighbors. Still
otliers were mnd in their despair nnd
tore their hrtir itnd g-inneiits, and would
have dashed bea.llon into th.e tonh l.;ut
for the strength exhibited by n(iqers from
other shafis. At ons timn th cru-h of
women and children wu so reat that it
was lei.retl violence would be necessary
in order to clear a way for th-j rescuers.
The poor creatures fought each other iu
their despair, aad in some instances in
flicted severe punishment. As the night
woro on iue yor: Oj. rej.pverag podics
continued until theTbor of the eoeine
houac wa,a strPWR nrsnsleJ men.
Their bodies wero nlnecd Iu ro
., . " upon
. grouuu wntre the snow and ram
leat upon them. Most of the victims
were shockingly mutilated. There was
nothing left of the first man brought
up from the dreadful hole but a Lleediu?
trunk, the extremities being blown off,
.Many of the searchers fainted. As fast
as the bodies were brought to the surface
there was a rush made to identify them,
a dozen wome.i in many cases being
engaged at one timo scanning the bleed
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nig mcc 01 seme unfortunate. There are
still about fifty bodie s in the lower levels.
Same of the victims were- found beneath
an immense weight of slate, while others
were found in groops in all kinds of
Coroner Fisher has begun an inquest.
With the exception of two or three, the
victims will be laid to rest with one
service. a lie company will have charsre
of the general funeral, which occurs to
day. W. W. Allen, superintendent of all
the Sauta 1'e mines is here investigating
the c iU3c of tha explosion. Supt. Robt,
Craig'3 opinion is that the explosion was
from coal duit following an overcharge.
An overcharge ahot produces flame which
puffs back and gathers up the dust and
ijjnitcs it. The better the ventilation the
more terrific the explosion in case of dust.
because of the plentiful supply of oxy
gen, it it ha. I been g;is the explosion
would hive occurred sooner for .104
naked lamps had bnrn-xl all day in the
mine, and it did not occur till 5: 10 when
blasting l)ad hegyii.
The relief fund amounts to $1,000 and
! crow ing. Ladies haye been minister
ing to the wants of thp wounded and
circ of the w idows and orphans. Farm
ers wives have come in for milrs with
food, clothing, bandages, etc., and all
cit:z n- have b.-en untiring in their elf rts
to alleviate suffering.
Chicago Anarchists Hold Mamarial
Serces Over Their Brethren
Chicago, Nov. 11. The celebration of
the- first anniversary was observed here
today i f tli. hanging of th Chicigo
ar.archists. when two trainlo.uU carried
srvvr.il thousand sympathisers out to
Waldheiiu cemetery. The entire affair
was r&tiier tame, though the floral contri
butions were most elaborate. After the
opening speech by Robert Reitzel, of
Detroit, and a hymn rendered by the
socialist Sunday school the feature of the
day was announced, and this was very
tame. It was a letter from A. R. Parsons
to his children, which was not to be
opened until today. It was dated,
Dungeon No. 7, Cook county jail. Nov.
9, 1S37." and was filled with kind and
fatherly advi-.o to !ai$ cildre. After
its reading, Wm Holmes, an old friend
of Parsons, made a mild speech. Paul
Grottkau then spoke and a choir of GOO
male voices ended the celebration.
HQW CAff PARENTS
allow their children to cough and. btrain
and cough and calmly say: "Oh! it is
only a little cold.1' and keep giving them
ch?ap and dangerous c.edicincj;, until
they are down with lung fever or con
sumption, when they can be so easily re
lieved by CflKRRY CWJGII
flVRUP' ft has no superior, and "few
equals. For sale by Q. P. Smith & Co.,
Clothing must go, lien's Business Suits
at t!" P Pnce Clsthir
WHAT ON EArtTH
Is the reason people will not, can not, or
do not see any difference in cheap nos
trums put up by Cheap John houses or
irresponsible patties at enormous profit,
rather than take a medicine of world
wide reputuntion and one that is giving
universal satisfaction at equal price j No
medicine in the world is giving such un
paralleled Nat isfaction for purifying the
blood as IlKGG'S 15LOOD Pl'RIFIER &
HLOOl) MAKKR, nnd ever bottle that
d'ies not do its work will cost you noth
ing. For sale by O. P. Smith & Co.,
Dont go to Oinah i when you want
to get your beautiful parlor nnd bed
room sets but go to Henry IJoeek's fur
niture emporium where 3011 can get t-Very
thing in the furniture line that will go to
make your home beautiful nnd comfort
able; and above all you can get it cheap.
Remember that he who bells most can
Dr. Withers is an experienced dentiyt
anil will saye 3or teeth if they can be
saved if not, he will extract them with
out pain. Office in I. nion Block, d-wft
COUCH! and CQUQHj and OUH
What in the world u the reason you
will cctugh and keep coughing and still
keep trving inferior medicines when
IJUGGS' C11KKKY COUGH SYRUP will
positivel relieve your cough at once?
This is no advertising scheme, but an
actu-d fact, and we guarantee it. Sold
by O. P. Smith & Co., druggists.
If you want anything in tbbweln
line, go to H: 2. 'fla'ji'lj" e will sell you
good goodj 'at 'lotf' prie-,- and guarantee
them, as, represented,;
rmiMLt.-. -lanan - mnfllf.,i
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buggy team. Enquire at this office. tf
Everything necessn- for furnishing a
house can be purchased at II. Boeck s.
Gold and silver watches enough to
supply the country at H. M. Gault's,
cheap and warranted to give satisfaction
Elson the One Price is selling Chinchil
as Overcoats, Beaver Collars and Cuffs, at
Mrs. J. F. Johnson has just received
some handsome lints and bonnets, and
she will be pleased to show' them to any
of our readers, who will call on her.
O. P. Smith & Co. are making a spec
ialty of Christmas and fine New Years
cards this season.
If you want a good clock, go to II. M.
Gault. He has a large assortment to
pick from at prices that cau't help but
Plenty of feed, flour, graham and
meal at Heisel's mill, tf
II. Boeck's furniture stock is acknowl
edged to be the finest and most complete
in the city,
Gold and silver spectacles at II. M.
The holiday stock at Smith & Co.'s is
immense this vear. Call and see it.
Railway Stations of Russia.
The railway stations, and especially the
station for Moscow, are scenes of intense
human interest. You usually go to catch
a train In Russia half au hour too soon.
If you are going any distance all your
family and friends como to see you off.
Every one is admitted to the platform,
which, as a consequence, presents a
crowded and interesting spectacle, tho
like of which I have seen in no other
country. The restaurants at tho stations
are admirable. The restaurants in St.
Petersburg are numerous, tho hotels com
fortable, and, thanks to the depreciation
of tho ruble, not too dear. In most of
the Russian restaurants digestion is sup
posed to be facilitated by hii st raids of a
gigantic musical box or mechanical organ,
which discourses loud voiced music all
the time dinner is going on. YV. T. Stead
in Contemporary Review.
Tho Voun; Kalnei'a Physique.
Tho appeara&ce of the young kaiser
ioes nothing to discourage the admiration
evoked by what wo hear of his military
performances. lie is above the average
of his ofHeers ia height, carries himself
with a grace seldom allied to the profes
sion of arms, and in proportion ho is of
full body, though suggesting muscular
development rather than stoutness. His
loft arm has not developed normally, but
It Is not unless one's attention is called to
it that Its iinpptency becomes striking.
With this left arm, however, he holds his
horse's reins, and once at ' least I saw him
take a ditch which three of his officers re
fused, a feat that loes harmonise with
the current stories about his foeble pow
ers. His right arm, on the other hand,
has absorbed all the vigor which was de
nied its mate, as is remarked by all who
experience the powerful grasp he applies
when shaking hands, a grasp which in
Berlin has passed into a proverb. How
little hi3 left arm has interfered with,'h"U
love foj; s-pQi't may' he' judged from the
fact that he is an excellent shot and a good
oar all with the single right ami alone.
He is also a very strong fencer. Ponitney
Bigelow iu Army and Navy Gazette.
Spaniard and ITU Onititr
I suppr-se It must have been by way of
bnxlcsquo that Spaniards were cJways
represented as playing on a guitar, my
lirst knowledge of them being fror?
carry their guitars" with tljoni every-
wiierc, ptii m me raxiway carriages,
which are tdways crowded. Its musical
tinkle is heard ever before the Deasanta'
doors, under tho vine, by tho plow loft ia
the furrow: and ccnerallv them U soma
piie dancing to' its music. V. Parkr
r I'-'t ta i yr i.
pictureq wrrppfr m ruifia txj-rrr
Malaga. Howe'rjjj, Uyr f Potion iJr t
instrument is not overestimated. T
CLEANERS OF FAME.
Ilearlren hot, friend, for the rcsoundiDg din
Tliat did the K3et"s verses ooco acclaim;
"iVt r.re hut gleaners ia the field of fauin.
Whence the uiaiu liarvcut has been (ratUered in.
TI10 sheaves of glory you aro fain to
Iiiirj hinco went btored round many a household
Tlio reapers of tho Past, vho timely caine,
Au I brought to end what nono ea;i tutw begin.
Yet In tho stubbles of renew 'tis right
To stoop aud tf-lher the reiuuitjiuK ears.
And enrry honieivard in tho wauiiiff iisht
V.l!:it hath lieeo Kfft us by our happier peers;
f that, befall what may, wo be not quito
Fut.iished of honor ia tho f;ir off yearj.
Al'red Austin ia Tha tectator
Guyinj the Rritish Detective.
Tliero is something about the British
detective that acts as au incentive to
crime. I do not mean this in the senso of
a joko precisely. Nobody eer found any
particular delight lu larking with Auieii
ean, Ilusfcian or French dot ctives. but all
foreigners who havo any inf cVcourso at all
.vith tho English detective force feel this
temptation to puj tliein.
1 mado a tour of the slums of london
Dii puc peeasion. which extended over sev
?ral nights' steady work. At another time
I made it a point to "do" tho slums nt
A. 1 , . .
least oueo a v.c:-:. m.-.l l!::s pr:;.ttco cx
tended, moro or less, tlirougli an entire
wirier. I n I ways had a detective with
me on these occasions, and usually tipped
him to tho extent of 10 shillings fof his
trouble A New York man would expect
10 or refuse everything. I mado it a
point to have a different officer 011 every
trip, as much for novelty's .sake as any
thing else; and I was much impressed
thi ougliout wit h tho remarkable stuojdity
and laek of intelligeiu-o ':isj laypd by the
officers of her Maj-iij "y govea-iiment who
havo c'oargii of ' this important branch of
ho service. New York Cor. tHobo i.
Oufineal as a Food.
Tuany of the keepers of big groceries in
this city tell of tho largo extent to which
oatmeal is used as an article of diet. In
thousands of families a plato or a bowl of
oatmeal porridge, which ought to bo of
che best quality, well boiled, and taken
svith cream, is the Grst thiug at breakfast.
Tho children are apt to bo very foud of it.
It is wholesome, nutritious and ndvau
tageous to tho digestion. It is surprising
that more people do not learn how to pre
paro for tho breakfast table oatmeal
cakes, those thin, crisp, most excellent
biscuits which ouo finds in all households
in Scotland, and which ought to be eaten
with fresh milk. They are easily made,
worth making, posseiJ most of the merits
of porridge, and aro a desirable change
from it at times. The Scotch are also
largo consumers of peasemeal, which they
make into bannocks or brose, good fen
hungry people and racy to tho taste.
When the wheat crop is short and flour is
clear, both oatmeal and peasemeal might
bo used to advantage iu moro American
families than have ever tried them. New
Yof k Sun.
Peculiar Postal Regulations.
It is rather an odd thing that if you
pasto a printed slip on a postal card the
government will charge the receiver letter
postage, while if tho samo matter is
printed directly on tho card nothing extra
is demanded. The same slip which, if
pasted on a postal card, would bo charged
extra for, may be put into au uusealed
envelope, and it will then go at printed
matter rates, or the whole paper from
which the clipping is taken may be sent
containing the article marked at a much
less rate than the government would
charge for the same article attached to
the card. That is, tho government would
rather carry four ounces for a cent than
the four-fifths of an c.uueo for the same
money. Detroit Free Press.
Waterman Opera House,
- . ONE NIG JIT
Thursday. Nov. 15
TIIE LEADING ATTRACTION
AND HER OIIAND CoMPAS V I.NCI.riHXC.
mi. Win. HARRIS
Leading American Actor. First time in
this city, and Gorg-ous Production
of Sh:k( spear's Greatest C;.;i
tily, ir. iUe, acts
HEii Ado IHI Mil
B,iea as Beatrice
Her greatest Comedy Cliaracterization.
Magnificent Costumes !
hy Worth, of Paris; France. "
PF.ICES, $1.00. 75 cents and gallery
50 cei ts. Seits P.eserTed ia advarce tt
On November First !
T7 In Tft1 ;
mcoa-f - rwr.,TTlsn II I II I J3
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The One-Price Olothier
In one of Id's window?. Kvci vbi.dy can jj-iu-ss ami ik ciI m,t l't!
cunt's worth. Tlx one iiussino; tu; lu arrtd. to Jkiw mat v
Buaiis the jar contains, ,y Jan. 1st, shall rucuivc
Tho ?ccnl nearest-
Ami the Third Nearest
A FINE LEATHER CLUB SATCHEL
The Jar will he filled and sealed up l y two respon.-il.le parties on
November l?t, and counted dy three l'OFponsihle parties at a
Public Hall, on Januory 1st, 1 JsSi, in riattsmoiith. If si
lady should be the lirt nearest guesser she will receive
A Twenty - Dollar Trunk.
The Second Nearest
The Third Nearest
A FINE SILK HANDKERCHIEF I
Bring your guesses with name in a sealed envelope. One guess to
Lookout lor lare hand bills giving you a program betore goinc to
fill the Jar and count the Beans, 'j In; Bro'-rani will "
A TTOKN EY,
rt. F. THOMAS. .
Attorner-at-I.aw and Notary Public. OITlce in
Fiizgera'd Block, riattsinouth. Neb.
A. N. SULLIVAN,
Attomey-at-Law. Will give prompt attention
ro all business intrusted to lijro. OtT.ce iu
Cnion Block. East sici I'lattsmouth. Neb.
BARBUU SJlOr1 AM O H VT KOOM.
Hot and rjold Bui lis at all hours. Ladies' and
Children's Hair Cuifiiifi a specialty. Cor. 5tli
and Main, under Can uiiiV.
Hookseller, Stationer, hud 'e-s lu-Vier ; Kancy
floods. Toys. Confectionery, Fine eijiars. Soda
Water and M;ii. MiftKe, l'iauos and organs and
Musi ;il Iustiiuueiiis.
i L iXIUNO.
v L. GOI.DINO.
Cloth r g. "u-nlshlnK floods o to th; old re
liable house for flats. Cans. Umbrellas, Trunks,
Bo!.tP, Shoes. Main street, next CassOo, Hank.
- o. r. kmt 'ir & eo.
Dea'ers in Wall Paper. laint, Al l Xi;ter
ialn, Cigars liockwuo:. Vl'n'k.
V Tttl. A. T. WITHERS.
Tlse P.'iiiles-t lier.tbts." Teeth extrricl.'.
wiiliont i Iw ie:! pain or liar'n, Ar: liiei;. eet!
inserted immediafeiv after exiractiisjr na.iiral
ones wlien deirod. "fjoldand all other Fillings
elMetlj Utt e;ia"-i.. Ottiue in Union ISIouk.
Staple an1 Fancy Groceries, GUssware and
Croekeiy, Flour and I'eed.
GENT'S FUiiN'IHIXG OOOOS.
J. H. D . NELLY.
Gent!" Fine Furnisher and Hatte-.
complete and Dnest snck ':; t'o ci-rj
Block. Cor. Stb s- rmV '
Groceries, Provii-ions, f 'lassware s4 CfofJceiy,
.Succes.sr.ir o Q. .t. sueigut, lUrae-. saddl
floods Net. Koiies. PualMiA. and all horse f
LT A li I W A KE.
JOnv'ON BROS.. ,
''rodware. ?toveH. Ticware. Tabic nt 1'oekct
Cut ery. Rasors. etc. Honoia sowing Ma
chines and .Iewtl "'ao)iue rove. Tinwork
of iiHkip.da ttour at iaonable prices. Main
Mrel. li-.trk-.vilod B!oc.-c.
C. K. SMITH,
Merchant Tai'or. Main utreet. ove Mer(tcs'
shoe store. Complete ?ocK or fsmple. m
Kuaranteed. Prices ?ofy eon.petition.
MRS. .T. F. JOHV91S.
A Complete Line of the latest Stylen of Mil
linery and Trin. mines ; ateo Ciiildren's aud In
fants' Bouue a.-to be closed cat at cost.
- Tlse finest bedroota rrU cri h-j four!
of Low Prices,
SCHOOL DF ELOCUTION
AMI VOCAL CULTURE.
Special care laken in cultivating long
power, removing voice from throat.
CLE0NE B. DANIELS,
Of Oma'ia, formerly of Washington,
D. C. Terms, reduced, per h t-sou, hocts.
Addroi-s 13ox ?,Ty, Plattsmouth P. O.
FOR SALE TO FEEDKKS !
Eteer3 and Es-fers,
One. Two and 1 hree yerira Id. near Kfoa,
Kansas; mitab'e for Fccdii.K or Hfulon.
-A-lso Stools. Cattle.
Will hell on lime to lart'. s. ir 1:ii,k fi;st-c!a
pap r : .i.'ress :
I:. V. ;j:!hs. K! v.a. Kr.. (,r
W,ii. f.Ul.MIS. Kaiin.!"i;'.lj, Mo.
C. F.SMIT H,
The Boss Tailor
Maia Sr., Over Merges' fchoe Store.
Has the best and most corjj-Jtrr sfock
of samples, both foreign ulid domestic
woolens that ever came v,ri4 of Missouri
river. Xotc these prircat; Business puits
from $10 to :j dress suits, ?25 to $45,
pants $4. $0.0 nd upwards.
tWill guaranteed a fit.
Prices Defv Competition.
J. II. EMMONS, M. D.
Physician I Surgeon
Office over Weeott'p ifore. Min street.
Reeider.rp lu Ir. Sr-liildkiiecbt 's property.
Clironic Tjil.eaeji and Dioenses of Women and
Children a upeelaliy. Cilice hcuri, 9 to II a.ra.
8 to 5 aud 7 to 9 p. in.
B.iM. Time Table.
No. 1. 5 :lo a. m.
N". 3. a : p. III.
No. 5 si :47 a. m.
No. 7.-7 -.11 l. in.
No.S 6 :17 r. m. -
o, 2. 4 :S.J p. m.
No. 4. 10 :30 a. m.
No. '.6 7 :13 u, n.
No. 10.--H sjaa. Mm
No. II 6;27a. ni.
All train run daily br wit of nmalla. excVpt
No 7 and R which Htn to and from tk-bujler
daily except tuM'T.
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