The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, May 14, 1889, Image 1

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AN AWf UL G A LAM AT Y.
TJio Old Prosbytorlan Church
Building Caves In.
ONE MAN INSTANTLY KILLED,
Wiihout "Warcinc; tho East Wall ccnies
tbwn w;th aa Awful Crash.
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WllJe. Ueojrucr ; Lonar.t Au Jeriu. Jver?efr.
John Haclraba Injured.
TIjis uf tcraoo.'i at ":10 a yrcat trnbli ot
f:il!ing ti:5il)crs itnl biichs s-tsrllcd tlie
whole city and lor blocks there could be
hcnrcl the fiiiflitrneil cry of "Look out''
us thij crash cninc, un J iiniuediutely there
rose a great elc.ud of dust from the Kiley
cwrin-r wliere the nim are excavntinjj for
the new hotel. Hundred of people
rushed to the scene and us the clouds of
dust, that rested only for abitoiid on the
ruins of tli9 old I'rtsbytcrian church
which had liucndug around, rose up, the
body of IVter JIattons, was vinible in the
ruins at the southeast corner of the build
and near by was John lladraba,
penned in by the body and legs by tint
bcr.s and brick. The men immediately
rushed to lladritbu's rescue and drew
him from the ruins and took him
to Dr. Li viiigritotk'a office. His
injuries were not serious. His upper
lip hid been bruised by a flying niissle
and he complained of aches ana paius in
his shoulders and body and his leys Trere
badly bruised also, but he was able to
sit up and talked freely,
The other poor victim, Peter Mattou,
was taken from the ruins unconscious,
and bareheaded. His skull was laid bare
across the top of the head also the right
fide of his head, he was crushed internal
ly which caused fatal results, he was
carried from the ruins to the sidewalk by
the Uuiou block, and then to Hick's un
dertaking rooms where hi face was
washed and the departing life watched
by Drs Shipman, Schildknccht, Cook end
Withers, lie was pronounced dead at
2:2". An inquest wus held over the body
shortly after o o'clock. Mattous wa3 a
man about fifty years old, was a native
of Uohcmia, He had been married in
the old country but emigrated to America
on the death of his wife. His Nephew
Audrew Mattous is o carpenter employed
in the B, & M. coach depaitment under
Wi!h Smith.
John Il.idraba, who was only injured
is a married man and lives north w-.-.t of
the high school on Viuo street. He is
about C-" years old and Ins three children
two boys and a girl, for whom it is very
fortunate that he was n i killed.
THE KAIX.
The east and north walls of the build
ing gave way and left the south an 1 west
wal!s .standinj.; in a very dangerous posi
tion, A ifing or six or eight men were
woi king eat of th-; biuifimg PlicV'-iin-I
.iiit Into a wagoji of contractor' Jim
Fitzgerald. The men stood b?tvvvn the
building and the wagon. The dirt had
b.i.'ii esCM.Yiired down to the b!fipi of
the foundation and frtim tliere, with a
very little slope it had been dug down
s.-wrul feet fHrtlier. -
The wall did not fall " out I. if thp
foundation g ive way and it canys dowu
with a sudden crash. The foreman yel-U-d
"look out" and the men r:;n with or
wi'.hout their shovels, and it seems
wonderful that only one was killed, but
one was enough to make it awful.
Shovel left behind wte completely
broken up. The suddtnncss of the fall
is shown in the fact th-it Jim Fitzgerald's
team hitched to the wngon being loaded
dallied away as soon ts the ciash was
heard, but net so quick but that the
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A snipll lny Laviii;' returned from a beau
ba party wiiero t.ilvs wero chrson and tho
l"an bas ptisiH rapiilly from li.-tud to Land,
Cavo Uio f.illovviti-j mvount of it:
You s.-j, Jim, in tin Uind of n benn lir.
you play for your bido, un ou've jest cft to
win. 1 ust or all, when you stand up, don't
falling wall cautrlit the watron and coin- I git rattled. Koepeool
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niL-ii luKt) mo uean oas ironi tno lelJer
pletely mashed it.
After the excitement cooled down the
men were gathered together and roll call
had to see if more than two were injured
and all answered to their numbers but
11 Peter Mattous. , The rubbish was
cleared away enough to see tiiat no more
men were crushed and then hooks and
ropes were secured and the stauding walla
pulled down.
The wagon that was being loaded stood
at the southeast corner of the building
and here is where the wall first caved.
lce--lce--lce.
We have started our ice wagon and
are ready to contract and deliver ice in
any quantity. Haying the best ice in the
city we guarantee satisfaction to all.
telephone 72. tf
H. C. McMakes & Sox.
Fou Sam:. A tine Emerson piano, cost
three years ago $400.00; will sell for
110.00 cash. Reason for felling, leav
ing tho city. . Apply to Mr. D. C.
McEntce. First National Bank. tf
Fine Job Work a specialty at The
IIeuald ollicc.
Collection Notice-
I respectfully request all parties in
debted to me to call and settle their ac
counts before June 1st,
Alfred Snri'M an M. D.
Bcfkai.o Bill and his reds arc on the
Persian Monarch bound for a two-year's
trip in Europe. The ship carries 1110
Indian ponies, 20 buffalo, 8 Indian dogs,
for team work; 33 cow boys, 7 Mexican
vaqucros, 218 people all told.
Business is done on business prin
ciples at "Wescott's Itoss Clothing
House. Goods sold at an honest
price without impositions. Our
that passes it to you an' hold on to it. Ef
you drap it, you loses. After you git yer
ftrip, pass it liko lihtnin' to tho noxt one an'
L'SSo'. It's jes' oz necessary to know when
to lojrso as it is to git a ko1 holt.
"If a pal Stan's uoxt to you an keeps a
sayia' 'Not bo fust I' an' draps tho bags every
second, you can't say much, cos she's a gal;
but if it's a boy tuut's spiliu' all tho chances
jos' sass him aa' intike him play right or else
emit the business.
"Of course, if you're lucky enough to dror
a prize, you uir barrod out from drorin'
ag'iu;but you ouht to work jes' cz hard
after you git a prize as you do aforo. Don't
cheat, but jes' hustlo them bags to win."
Youth's Companion.
Had Manners In Society.
IIow ruthlessly rudo some peH!- rr vi t'f
matter of interrupt :. . ... ....
may be enjoying a very iuterustui talk,
when ouo of these will rush in with, "Oh, I
I want to introduce Mr. So-and-So;" or "I
urn dying to hear what tho true story is
about the Thiugamies." Onco on a time
there was an understanding that a happy
moment was to bo waited for beforo inter
ruptions of this kind; but now every o:io
seems so eager, so hurried, so unreposetul,
that they pounco upou ono tho very moment
that it occurs to them to do so. London
Truth.
Tho Good in Uot Milk.
Few know tho valuo of hot milk not
scalding, but boiling hot. It is wonderfully I
revising if a nttlo fatigued or chilly from a
long drive. Taken at bed timo it often se
cures to a restless, nervous person immediate
and comfortable sleep, and for an early 1
waker, if taken before too long awake, will 1
secure- another restful nap. It is, too, more
nourishing and more easily digested by tho
weak stomach of an invalid than if given
cold, and is good alike for young and old.
Lewiston Journal.
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Slesant
EVEIiY PURCIIASEIl OF ONE DOLLAR'S WORTH OF
The Egg Elairdressiiig.
A correspondent writes in regard to taking
care of tha hair: "Experience has taught mo
that it is best to keep all oils or grease from
the hair. Don't let barbsrs oil it. I find
wetting with water best. At least once a
week rub tho 3-elk of an egg, or half of it,
well into tho hair and suilp, and rinse off
thoroughly with tepid watar. It will pro
mote ETow5.b and color, probably larsrel v aao 1
lTlUSlC. to "WlllC l We reierreu in a -otao u.pl::.r m tno egg. InU eoui-sa has
... , 1 started u iu-'.v tn-owtli of hair wi
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othing, Furnishing Goods,
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES,
or anything in our Elegant Line of Goods,
Vv ILL IlL
former notice, will start uji today
to the tune of One Hundred Fine
All-Wool Cassime-re Suits for Men,
sizes from 31 to 42, at the nominal
price of Ten Dollars: no variation.
to this tune. Thpsu Suits are
plums for close buyers, being fit
ters and sellers from tho best man
ufacturers. Don't fail to see them.
Don't fail to buv the!!'.. Yu u save
from Five to, Jf-eren Dollars on a
Suit over anything in the, market,
Alo Qno iuiKUHl Hoys Suits
All-Wool ai:d verv desirable in
Style and Make-up, at the exceed
ingly low price of Six Dollars and
Filty cents.
Also One Hundred Children's
Suits, All-Wool, beautiful styles,
at 1.00 and $5.00 each. No
few as goodf and at these prices
yon ought to be charmed.
We will introduce yon to our
Underwear in our next notice.
- C. E. WESCOTT,
The "Doss" Clothier,
it Li mo, no-.
S-oi bet U-r t'.-tiu eoc nt cA'x."
Tickets for the grand ball to be
given by the A. O. U. W. on Iay lo.th
in FitzgeralcVs h.all, ure for sate at J. P.
Yoang's and V, II. Baker's. . Tho om
mittoe are sparing U pajU9 5n tJltir prep
aratious make it one of tbe ieil(iillg
attractions of the season. tf
C. E. Wescott is agent for Munger's
Laundry, Chicago. Washing sent and
received every Wednesday evening.
Bring in your washing anel have it done
right, it costs no more than inferior
work. tf
Entiteling them to a chance at the Drawing which will
take place October 1st.
Elegant Scit of Rooms for II ext.
Convenient to busiuess, city water, gas
and other conveniences for family; those
I now occupj'. Apply betore may 10th to
tf Joux It. Cox.
ico Ice Ice.
We have started Ice wagon and
are ready to contract and deliver Ice in
any quantity. Having the beat Ice in
the city, we guarantee satisfaction to all.
SI
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The Leading Clotliiurs, - 5tl.& Main St.
Buy Furniture at Boeck's.
Those who delight in looking at line
bedroom suits and upholstered furniture
can be completely gratified by stepping
into the furniture store of Henry Boeck,
corner Muin and Sixth stnets. Ym can
purchase at this store any furniture fiom
tiic common chair to th
ftered. See mv line Alaska 11 f: i-eri.tors
and barg:tii;s in oeld pb-ees.
IIkxiiy Bo::ck.
OFFERED
II! Hi
MANUKACTUHKK of AXD
WHOLESALE & RLTMl
Telephone 72.
tf
II. C. McMakes & Sox.
Thk Herald Job Rooms are the mott
comp'ete in tlie county.
Freeze
your ico cream with the lightning frerz r
sold by Johnson Bros. 9wlm
DEAI.F.K IX Tills
Choicest Brands iT Cigors
including our
FJor da Pcppor'oorQo' anel 'Dud
FULL lixe of
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES
aiwavs in stock. Nov. 20. 1885.
for an incurable case of Catarrh
In the Head by tbe proprietors of
DR. SAGE S CATARRH REMEDY.
u.H-.ii ii,-1:01- obstruction of nose, diseharp-es falling Into
throat, sometimes proiuse, watery, ana acrid,
at others, thick, tenacious, mucous, purulent,
bloody and putrid : eyes weak, rininjf In ears,
deafness, difficulty of cleoririK throat, expecto
ration of offensive matter; breath offensive:
emeu" and taste impaired, and peneral debility.
Only a few of the symptoms likely to be pres
ent at once. Thousands of cases result in eon
aumption. and end in tlie jrrave.
By its mild. soothinR. and healing properties.
Dr. Sage's Itemedy curr-s the worHt cases. 60c.
Te Original
V4iVJ5 LITTLK j
12,
Purely Veosta-
blc Sc. ilarmUu
TJnequaled as a Liver Pill. SmnlleBt.cheap
eet, easiest to take. One Pellet a Done.
Cure Sick Headache, llilioux If eadaclie
Dizziness. Constipation, Indigestion.
Bilious Attacks, and all derangements of
ke stomach and bowels. 25 eta, by drugs'
Wliy
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m for a mere ong? 1-S i roasi marked pi'lee of
Id. OinKS-IFiriLcoo (C3JL3tTaLiL&'zrjf
BEals ffiJ-reat laecsisit ale will only'conlinne a.sltort.timc longer.
rIiegJ yon eaia feny a oi
FOKMER l'RICK.
xow.l
Men's Custom Made Suits, - .. 825.00.
Men'a lUack Imported Cork Screw $20.00.
Men's Business Suits - - 15.00.
Men's Cheviat Suits - - 10.00.
EVERYTHING
331 per cent off, 10.67.
10.00.
G.G5.
Men's Business Suits
wren's " " -
Men's Working Suits
Men's Custom Made Pants
FORMER PRICE. SOW,
$ 8.00. 331 per cent off, $ 5.3G
$ 4.00
- 6.00.
$ 5.00.
$ 7.00.
FORMER PRICE. NOW.
Bovs' Suits - - - - $ 3.50. 33.1 1)er ccnt 0ff 2.31.
Childs' Suits ... 2.00. " " " 1.32.
3.31. Working Shirts 35 cents. Shirts and Drawers 35 cts. Overalls 35c.
1.G5. Call and be convinced that what we say is true.
2 Aram sisos,
MUST GO IN THIS GREAT
TOTV BEPOEE IT I
DISCOUNT SALE I
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