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THE PAltlTEKS' ALLIANCE, LINCOLN, NER, THURSDAY. DEC. 10, 18B1.
WAS NINE DAYS IN A WELL.
A Cattle.".. !
Exolewood, Kan., Dec. 8. Newt
comes of the rescue from an old disused
well in No Man' Land of a cattleman
named Harding by the driver of the
stage coach which every ten days runs
from Englewood to Beaver City, No
Man' Laud, and back. Harding had a
fearfnl experience and is insane from
the effect of it. While ont rounding np
stock he was lost to his companion.
This was ten days ago. and he must,
therefore, have spent ten days in the
well. How he got there is unknown,
but probably the sudden stopping of his
horse threw him down the hole, which
is nearly forty feet deep. Beside him was
found the half devoured carcass of a
wolf with a bullet through his head,
showing that Harding must have shot
him. Occasional! Harding has gleams
of intelligence, and from what can be
gathered it seems he was five or six days
without food. Wolves probably dis
covered his presence there and the one
on which he had lived most likely was
crowded over the edge of the well by the
rest of the pack. The rescuer was at
tracted to the spot by the wild howling
ot the insane man.
Killed by railing Roof. .
BUFFMA N. Y.,Dec 8. Anexplosion
in Lee, Holland & Co.'s mill caused the
roof to fall in, killing Louis Lorsch and
seriously wounding Peter Wat, Nick
Braer and M. Volk. Several others
were slightly injured.
TERRIBLE OAS EXPLOSION.
Four Mea Killed and as Many Other
Badly Injured In the Maryland
Baltimore, Dec, 8. An explosion of
gas occurred at the works of the Mary
land Steel company, Sparrow's Point,
and several men were Injured. Four
of the victims have since died. An
other is not expected to live. Font
others are badly injured, but they ur-'
not believed to be fatally hurt,
ARTHUR M. AUSTIN, years old, of
Baltimore, unmarried. '
GKOUGK IJUAlDWOODof Hultimrc.
JOHN LYNCH of Sparrows' Point, un
married. The Wounded.
AtiTI-l ll Pl OH of HiKhlandtown, very
badly burucdand internally injured.
Washington Sap, brakemao of a sifting
enuine. struck by flying debris.
Thomas Miixku, colored, aged 22, of
Liuwood, N. C face and hands burned.
August Hki.l, face and hands burned.
William Tubmas. aged 83, right hip
broken and burned.
Forty men were at work in the imme
diate vicinity when the explosion took
The furnace was Demur mown
rustlers who were assassinated near tuat
Following the death of the two al
leged rustlers all their friends jnmpeJ
to the conclusion that the deed had lieeu
done by large cattle men. Fred Q.8. Hesse
is about the most conspicuous resmens
cattleman, while Canton, a stock raiser
himself as well as a marshal, has been
always an outspoken critic of the rustlers.
nw-ion was directed airaint him he at
once met a gathering of the dead men's
friends and denounced the rumors. He
said he was prepared to meet his accus
ers before the liar of justice, and that
the matter might at once be sifted to
the bottom, made the suggestion that
he be arrested on a charge of murder.
This was accordingly done, the warrant
hning sworn to by Al Allison, brother of
Tisdale. who goes under that name since
his removal here from Texas.
A Small Army Marching orlo tram Cen
Saltillo, Mex.. Dec. 8.-The 1,100
Chinese who were thrown out of emplo y
ment by the collapse of the Tehuantepeo
railroad project are making their way
in a body towards the United States,
unable to find employment. They were
imported to Mexico under contract to
work on the railroad, and, owing to the
failure of that enterprise, the contractors
were heavy losers at the hands of Sal
vador Matoo.the promoter of the scheme.
who is now in London. The Chinese
were suddenly thrown out of work, with
no money on which to live.
Attempted Train Wrecking.
Tkrrk Haute, Ind., Dec. 8. A deter
mined attempt was made to wreck the
Indianapolis accommodation train on the
vandalia road, ten mues earn oi nere. a
farmer found several men fastening ties
between the rails, and when he opposed
their action, the men drove him away.
He got a lantern and ran to meet the
train. He signaled it, but not in time
to wholly check its siieed before the first
tie was struck. The cowcatcher was
broken, but the engine remained on the
track. The men wuo piuceu tne ties on
The city council chamber baa boea as
attractive as a priza lighting ring for
the last week or two. The memben to
keep life Id the sessions nave indulged
in fistic setto. One councilman in
speaking to another called him snear
relative of a canine, which had the effect
of starting the mill to going at once be
fere the session bad closed. The enter
tainment la immense but Is very expen
sive to the tax payer who by the way
are the persona who work for their
The Omaha Manufacturers and Con
sumers (?) association are trying to
seer re the endorsement of their label
from the Central Labor Union, bnt the
union wishes to have it understood that
the manufacturers will pay living
wages before tbey will give their en
dorsement. Many girls and women
ere now working in factories la this
city for as little as t3 per week, and
your correspondent does not know of a
drent boarding bouse that will board
and room a person for that amount.
Verily it would not be wise to endorse
wch actions on the part of the manu
facturers. It is believed by many that
the association is a republican machine
to draw all the manufacturers with
their influence into the republican
party; for if they really meant to build
up home industries they would surely
uuite with the farmers in trying to
secure just railroad rates, so their
manufactured articles could be distri
buted through the state.
Paste this is touk hat. There are
KM.OOO miles of railroad in this country.
I here has neon given to tne railroads ot
this country 184,000,000 acres of land,
which reveals the startling fact that
for every mile of railroad built in this
country ice hate given them orer 1,000
acres of land. Is it any wonder we are
poor and the. railroad companies aro
the t rack escaped, but they are known
It is said they Lad a grudge agaiust the
out for repairs. Hot bricks were thrown
in every direction with great force. Ti
flames spread rapidly and enveloped
some of the injured whom the fiyin
bricks had knocked senseless. The un
injured workmen at once went to the
rescue of their co-laborers and dragged
them ont of further danger. Austin
was almost instantly killed. Braidwood
lingered in creat auonv for three hours.
and Lynch lived six hours after the ac-
cident. The cause of the explosion is
not known, but probably occurred from
the water pipe springing a leak. The
noise of tne explosion was distinctly
heard three miles away. A jury of in
quest brought in a verdict that the ac
cident was unavoidable and unaccount
able, and that no blame attaches to the
Arthur Pugh died from the effect ot
Fire la the Coluiubua Prison Cauaes
I Alarm Among the In in at en.
' CoLUMBt'8, O., Dec. 8. The city pris
on took fire at 2:45. The flames spread
through the upper stories and water
thrown by the engines drenched the
whole building. The female piisonons
were brought out, but the malt prison
ers, of whom there are about oi e hun
dred, were kept in cells, yelling lustily
for liberty until the fire was extinguished.
Noone was Mart, although many prisor
ers were soused with water. Los
four Kilted-Five Hadly Hurt.
White Plains, Mo., Dec. 0. A con
struction train with thirty -eig it men
was backing into the station wh i it col
lided with a freight train on th . Kansas
City, Fort Scott and Gulf. Charles
Miller. Matt McNamara, Osrick McNa-
mafa and an unknown man were lulled
and five men dangerously injured.
Mr. Field and II U Daughter,
New York, Dec. 8. The condition of
Cjtus W. Field Improves steadily and he
will very likely be out in a few days.
Mrs. Liudfcy, the daughter, is not ini
Two Thlsses Make a Daylight Iluld at
Colcmbur, O., Dec. 8. Two well-
dressed strangers entered Kahey'sbank
at Marion, O., and while one engaged
the cashier in conversation the other
reached through the railing and grabbed
a tray containing l,!W0. The two men
made good their escape, alt hongii pur
sued by the police. About 10 o'clock the
robbers were apprehended at Kenton,
Hardin connty. nnd a posse started in
pursuit, ino smaller man escaped, uut
his pal was fatally shot in the tight.
A Snide Meulali.
Lynn, Mass., Dec, 8. Dr. Cyrus R,
Teed of Chicago is in town, and he
talked an hour and a half to those
who see in him the Messiah again on
earth. Cyrus has been around Lynn for
a few days, looking over the ground
preparatory to the establishment of a
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socimy uure. nn irvmicw bid iiro, uuv
he is not a great drawing cava, ins audi
ences being small.
Stirred Political Circles.
Wichita, Kan., Dec. 8, The arroEt of
Frank B. Bellow, late deputy
the court on the chargo of forgory has
stirred political circles to their depths.
The crime, which is not denied, con
sisted in forging indorsements of nnm
of leading business men to a noto for
i.000 and renowing the forgeries when
ever necessary to renew the paper.
Bis Remain at the Morgue Araiting
Identification The Accomplice.
New York, Dec. 8. The head of the
man who threw the dynamite with the
intention of killing Russell Sago was
on exhibition in a little back room of the
keeper's office in the morgue. It is kept
in a glass jar. The features have become
distorted. What remains of the man's
body still lies in the long, dark dead
room in the rear. There is nothing
there now but a lejr and an arm. The
pieces of the trunk are wrapped in a
shroud. Because of the distortion of
the man's face identification is becoming
more difficult every hour. Only those
who thought thov could identify the
head were permitted to see it. Several
declared it was that of "Professor"
Denton, a mysterious crank who has
long been known in this vicinity. The
identification is scouted by Inspector
jjyrnes, who knows Denton well.
Southworth, the alleged partner of the
dead crank, was arraigned in the Tombs
police court. Judge Smith reinaindod
hint for five days for further exnmina
tion. He was subsequently taken t
Bellevne hospital to be examined as to
his sanity. In searching the effects of
Southworth Inspector Byrnes found just
such a liadge as that had been worn by
Lecturer Homes strange visitor.
letter from thecomptroller of the Prince
of Wales was also found in Southworth's
possession. He is a Free and Accepted
Mason, and had evidently written the
Prince of Wales for money.
ARRESTED AS AN ASSASSIN
FITZGERALD DRY GOODS CO,
1036 O STREET, LINCOLN.
AVe have bought the entire sample line of ladies' and childrens' cloaks from the largest manufacturer in the country. We
bought them at a reduction of 50 per cent. You can buy them of us at the same .reduction. If you are going to buy a cloak
YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS THIS SALE.
Seal Flush garments plain and trimmed with the most stylish furs at the actual reduction oi
Plush jackets actually worth $12.00 for $6.98.
Plush jackets actually worth $17.00 for $9.98.
Plush Reefer jackets actually worth $20,00 for $11.98.
Fur Trimmed Iieefer jackets actually worth $27. for $14.98.
Fur Trimmed Long Reefer jackets actually worth $22. far 1 2.98
Ladies Fur Trimmed Long Reefers actually worth $30.00 for
Ladies Cloth Jackets at $2.98, $3.48, $3.98 and $4.48, Tight Fitting and Reefer Front.
Ladies Cloth Jackets, Fur Trimmed at $4.98, $6.98, $7,J8 and $8,98, actually worth 1-2 more.
Sale Begins on Thursday Morning.
A SUGGESTIVE NICKNAME.
Death si th Hand, of a Mob,
Columbia, 8. C Dec. 8. A mob at
tacked the Edgefield county jail and shot
to death Dick Lnndy, colored, charged
with the murder of James Ouzst. The
governor had an intimation of the
lvnchiiiK and ordered out tho Edgefield
Rifles, but they arrived too late.
Grasp the Last Chance.
The great Assignee Sale of fine cloth
log is still going on at 1131 N street,
near 12th, iu the room formerly occu
pied by J. 8. Udell, Lircoln, Neb.
They will only remain a few more days,
so we therefore advise those who have
not called yet should do so before they
have, as thoy positively only remain a
few more days. Don't miss It. Their
offerings aro so great that It will ay
you to lay in a full supply of winter
clothing. Their 13 48 suits, worth 115,
are selling fast, but tbey still have a
very large lot left to select from.
Men's cloth pants $1 21; tine quality
and rery handsome and really worth
Men's extra fine suits al 80.85. This
suit Is of the finest meterial, well made,
latest style, and really worth 120.
Men's extra fine worsted overcoats at
(3 48. worth (15.
Men's fine fall overcoats, $0 09, high
grade of goods, wearing equal to the
finest quality of custom work, really
Men's extra fine overcoats In silk and
fatin lining, 17.85, positively equal to
the finest custom tailoring.
Boys' and children's suits from tl 08
up. Children's knee pants, 17 cents;
boys' hats, 15 cents; lino embroidered
suspenders, 0 cents; men's hats 73 ceuts,
worth $3.50; men a winter caj s, 13 cts ,
One thousand other articles wn hive
. 1 ,..1. hoi spucu 10 iueuuun ucio. lb will pay
lieiK oi . , . , A .n . tu m
sale, if you value money. Don't mi?s
it. Everything sold as advertised. We
advko you to cut this out and bring it
with you, so you can get exactly the
name goods we mention.
During this great sale the store will
remain open until 0 p. m. evenings.
Call early and avoid the rush. 1121 N
street, next door to Herpolsheirner
& Co.'s, Lincoln, Nob. It
Chicago Ci t ill u and Provisions.
CiiirAao, Doc. 8.
WRrcAT-Dpoomlier. May. 09c.
COKN -December, Xa; May. HJ.
OAT8 - lXvomtwr, Way SWsn.
POKK-Uii-emher. tt.iS; January. Sll.KU
an . Mkv. ll ii;.
l.Aitu immiy. gn.ii : may, n.:.
RlUS-Jauuary. f,VSiJ4; May, SVV.V
4'tilcago Live Stork.
Union Stock Yards,
Chicago, L)oc. 8 t
CATTLE -Rittmated roclrt. hl
Native, (.vuuultl r, cown ami bulls, f l.?.Tft-:. ;
Tsiw.fl.tui3.iU; western ts)evis.'S.Mff3.Xl.
ruius caumruim rocmpu. n.'.'"") noma.
!Iavr. M ;.V.1U; medium, -J.Ti53.17K; liitbt,
t.1 :iVM i. Htronc.
HHhKi'-Nstiven. sin.y7M8i: westerner.
3.74 Hi; Texan tlltt.TS.
Kamai City Live Stock.
Kansas CiTr, Dec. 8.
CATTLB -Kstt mated roooltttn. 4.0.H) head.
nhipmptita, SS.HI. .Natives Sa .hUJtS t.ilo; cows.
RfiV.l W; iBtoclceia and roedertt. $i.Vni l"
Nattvun !x; to lac lower; western ateaUy; cows
HOHS-Est mated rermlnU, &.): ah nmnnts.
?. All KrUea, SKl.Siat.au: bulk. S.u3ii,t.SU.
Market activa, & up.
O alalia Uvt Slock.
Un (ox Stock Yaros, I
Omaha. Doo. 8. 1
CATTLE- Estimated roceipta, 2..VM head.
!,: to l.iim U.. H.MYi-,; l.lmi to l.itt Ilia..
$&lMijM.lM; W to LIIU I'M- li.7VJi.I T5; choice
cow, SI.lftka3.iK); common cows, Sl.lKkitl.iD:
(rood native feeder, ?a.ti-V,W.ii; commou native
feeder, J2.tHlit2.flU. Market Steady.
HtHtA.-Eatiai.itod receipt anno he.-d.
Uk'ht. ti:liif;l.70; medium. H.a,'Uii; hoary,
$1 tHitl.i.V Market 6u to luc uiicher.
J. Y. M. 8WIQ ART, EDITOR.
This Department will be edited for the ben
efit of Mutual Insuranoe Companies through
out the State.
Lancaster County Co.
At 12 o'clock noon on last Friday tho
insurance took effect in the above
named county. This county starts out
with $105,000 worth of property in
sured, and there is plenty of insurance
to raise this to $200,000 before May if
all who are inscribed will talk to his
neighbor and tell him the condition of
tne company ana itint. our lees are not
one per cent and VI, but just $1 00; also
that this companv has no high salaried
ollicers to pay. If auy of your neigh
bors want any insurance please drop a
card to the secretary and do yourself a
favor by helping to build up your own
county, and remember that it is essen
tial that each one knows that tbey are
insuring in the Lancaster County farm
ers' Insurance Company. As there are
other companies in tho field it would be
well to be cautious, and as it ii not
necessary to collect enough for mem
bership fees to pay all losses and ex
pense.'! for five years insurance, we only
The Jerirrmaa Wh Wa to
the Postal Clerk.
"Philadelphia's a queer town, " said
(ha drummer at the Cadillao one even
ing to the usual crowd of listeners.
Of course tho grass doesn t grow
knee deep on Chestnut street, as New
Yorkers would have you believe, but;
all the same, it is a fearfully quiet
place, if you've been used to hustling.
I was there on my last trip, and had
to go to tho postoffice for a letter I
was expecting. There was a yap evi
dently from Jersey at the general de
livery window, and I had to wait for
him. He was having a dispute with
a very saucy young clerk, who was
doing his best to queor tho Jersey man.
'Did you say," inquired the clerk,
that you wanted a letter for Miss Phil
Yes," said the yap, -I said Phil
-Tho clerk took out a pile of letters,
ran over them and tossed one onto tho
" 'Is that right?'' ho asked.
' 1 "Course, ' replied the man study
ing tho address a moment. 'Is that
'"Course,' mimicked tho clerk.
You don't want tho earth do you?'
' 'Yes, et I can get it,' said the
other unexpectedly. 'Got any more
questions to ask?'
".Well, yos, I havo,' said the clerk
slowly. 'Will you toll mo if 'Phila
delphia is that lady's real name, or is
it a nickname? I never heard of such
a name for anybody.' .
'It's her nickname.'
And what in thunder did they
give her such a name as that for?'
''Cause she's so doggoned quiet
that fofks don't know half the timo
whether she's dead or asleep.'
As he got out to let me to the win
dow he grinned till the back of his
neck showed through, and the clerk's
face was a study. "Detroit Free
Tho Faulkner County Wheeli As
the farmer is the great fountain head
ot all national and individual wealth,
why not legislate awhile in tho inter
est of tanner, and stop so much ever
lasting legislation in the interest of
rings, combines, pools and trusts and
against his Interest? Is there any good
reason why those who create the
wealth should not be entitled to all the
rights and immunities thut other peo
ple receive? "
Commencing Wednesday December 9th
We will Close out all our
TOYS, DOLLS PLUSH GOODS, ETC.,
AT LESS THAN COST.
Our large fine derssetl Bisque doll we will sell for 49c. A very fine decorated cup and
sancer 25c. A mush and milk set Goc. worth one dollar. All crockery, tinware, glassware and
china goes at less than cost. Remember, you can buy cheaper from us than any other place
in the city,
We solicit all Mail orders, getting our immediate attention.
CALL EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH.
118 south 12th street, Lincoln, Nebrask.-
THE GREAT IOC STORE.
O r q 3
Depot? Ualted State Marshal Canton
' Accoaed of Double Mardar
Cheyekot, Dec. 8. Frank M. Canton,
deputy United States marshal, a terror
It) criminals, and one of the best known
and highly respected citizens of Wyom
ing, was arrested at his home in Buffalo
on the charge of murdering John A. Tis
daleand John P.. Jones, the two alleged
Some interesting litigation was com
menctnl in the Nuckolls comity district
court. The trustees of the Kinn church ot
the Kvanicelical Association of North
America at Nelson obtained an injunction
against the minority faction, or secetlers,
in that church restraining them from
keeping the trustees and church oflicvrs
out of the church. A similar action was
brought by tho church of Angus at the
same time. This is a repetition of tho
lieaver Crossing case which is now pend
ing in the supreme court.
For some time past Dr. It H. Welflyol
Auburn has been paying marked atten
tions to the wife of Charles Drehmer. For
the past mouth Mr. Drehmer has been con
fined to his bed with sickness. While sit
ting in his office Wclfiv was surprised by
eight masked men, who took him to the
outskirts of the town, stripped him of his
clothing, poured a half gallon of tar over
him, rubbed the feathers iuto this and
then hauling him nearly to Tecumseh,
dropped him with the warning that a
hanging would be the result of his reap
reaiauce in Johuson.
What Calhoun Says.
Lincoln, Keb., Aug. 22, 1890.
Eureka Rheumatic Remedy Co.,
I have been relieved twice from se
vere attacks of Rhnematism by the use
of Eureka Rheumatic Remedy, using
only a small portion of one bottle, have
had no trouble since the lost attack,
about three years ago.
J. D. Calhoun,
Editor Liucoln Weekly Herald.
For Bale by DruwisU. i2m43
We hope to hear from many counties
during this mouth with some insurance.
If we should have even $1,000 from each
county we would have plenty to com
mence business with; therefore will you
readers send to us for an application to
insure yourself? Your insurance will
cost you only about one-fourth what it
will cost you in any oia uno company.
Beware of a company that promises to
insure Jou against everything, tha
probaliiities aro that the compauy has
assumed more than the law allows. A
hint to the wise is sullicient.
Meeting of Mutual Men.
Monday evening, January 11, 1892, at
the committee rooms of the Lindell
hotel in Lincoln, thero wl'l be an in
formal convention of those who are in
terested in mutual insurance. If sub-
Alliances would Instruct their delegates
to the Stato Alliance to attend this
meetioir it would no doubt provo profit
able. This meeting Is the night before
the State Alliance and would be a good
place to get acquainted. Please drop
me a card if you are expecting to attend
the meeting, so that arrangements can
be made, ana oblige.
J. Y. M. Swig art.
Scc'y Neb. Mutual Cyclone Ins. Co.
Of short-hand, type writingand telegra
phy is offering superior facilities forac
quiring a sound practical training in
these arts. If vou are contemplating at
tending a school of this kind it will be to
your interest to call on or address them
at 1130 O street, Lincoln.Neb. 23tf
5 Ea SS.2 -7
OUR SPECIAL SALE
At less than wholesale price.
In order to reduce our large stock we will sell
for a few days
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From our Regular Prices.
HARLEYS DRUG STORE,
Corner O apt p jth Street, rt3 Lincoln, Nebraska.
Corner I Oth and P Streets.
CAKPETS, NOTIONS, SHOES, GRO
Largest stock In tha city.
TEEMS; ONE PRICE AND CASH.
Country Produce (butter and
eggs) taken la exchange for
merchandise. Our store is
headquarters for for tha farm
art of Lancaster county. 63tf
, 1 AND
An effectual remedy forthe cure of pln In
the Stnmncb, Collo, Cholera Morbus, Cramp
Colio, Bilious Cello, Painter's Colic, Bummer
Complaint, Dyteiiterj. Diarrhoea, Bloody
Fiux. Chronlo Diarrhoea, m....a Infantum,
Cholera and Bowel Complaint in all forms.
Prepared only by tre Howard Medicine Co.
12th and N Streets, L.i xln. Neb. Price SBcts.
For Sae by a Druggists.
fcwrv-WfT CO. HERD
LARGE ENGLISH BERKSHIRES.
H. S. WILLIAMSON, Prop.,
BFAVER CI1Y, NEBRASKA.
Thirty choice plm of April farrow left, also
feur litters of June farrow. Inducements to
parties starting herds. Orders booked for
sows bred for prinr farrow. Block A No.l.
Prioes right. Mention tho AuLIAnok. S6
J.W. WINGERd CO.
1109 O Street. Lincoln, Neb. 1109.
We commence this wcok to cut prices on Cloaks and Underwear, Cloaks for
SCHOOL CHILDREN AND LADIES
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $4.00 and up to $10.00. Cloaks nevpr vere so cheap as
this year. Woolen underwear in shirts and drawers at n nclx lower prf ;es than
last year. Undershirts worth 85cts we are selling at fl7cts. Hinii.a at 75cts.,
$1.00 and up to $5. Cotton flannel and Muslin cheaper than ever before. IStI
COME JJSTID SEE TTS-
J. W. WINGER & CO., 1109 0 STREET.
PRICES THE LOWEST.
Often lurerinrfnellities for acquiring a knowledgv
of bnok-kcepins. pcnmaruhlp rapid calculations
business arithmctie. commercial law. obort-hand,
? pe-writin, cnrrespjndcncc, and telegraphy,
orairculartaldross, V. R. LlLLlBKIiiOB, Pres.,
Buy your Christmas Presents of
HCLASON & FLETCHER, H
BOOKS, STATIONERY, TOYS, ETC., ETC.
1220 O ST. LINCOLN. NEB.
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