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LMwVTTSMOUTII, XKHKASKA, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, LSS'l.
. I)KS MOINES s OMAHA MEDICAL D1SPENSAR1S,
OX ACCOUNT OF HIS
Immense Practice in Plattsmouth, Nebraska,
WILL XIAKK HIS NKXT VISIT ONf
Saturday, May 19, 1883
AA'l) WILL It KM A IN ONE DAY,
WIIElCi: HE CAN HE CONSULTED ON THE
Ear & Eye, Throat & Langs, Catarrh, Kiflneys,
Bladder and Female Diseases as Well as All
Chronic and Nervous Diseases.
1 1.1-4 ili-t ivrel the greatest curr in the world for weeklies of the back and limbs. Invol
untary ii.-i-liaiK'-. impoieuey, n'iifi;tl deliilit v. nervoiisiK'HH, laiipuir, eouf u.sion of idesm, ali
1:iiii of the heart, timidity, liriilliiif. tliiiinesM of fii;lit or L'iddinesK. dixeae.s of the hend,
tliniitt. nose ir .skin, atleetiou.s of the liver, luni:. vtomueli or bowels these terrible disorders,
a; :siiik froiu solitary liubits of youth ami neeret praetlceo more fatal to the victim than the
polios of Syren to the mariner of I ly.ssjs, blighting their niOHt radient hopes or anticipations.
reiHleriug marriage imposMble.
Those that are Buttering from the evil practice, which destroy their mental and physical
The sympto:ns of which are a dull' distressed mind, which unfit them for performing their bus-ine-s
and sueial dittiee, makes happy marriage iniporfible, diftrecses the action of the heart
depression of spirits, evil forebodings, cowardice, fears, dreams, restless nighte, dizziueM. for
i;eii illness, unnatural dLscharev, pain in the back and hip, short breathing, melancholy, tire
euMly of company and have preference to be alon, feeling a tired in the morning as when re
liriiis;. seminal weakiies. lor-t manhood, w hite bone deposit in tlie urine, iiervourmesB, trembling
loiuiifioii of thought, watery and weak eyes, dyspepsia, constipation, paleuexs, pain and wvak
nefs in the limbs, c:c, elioufd coiiMilt me immediately and be restored to perfect health.
Who have become victimx of solitary vice, that dreadful aud destructive habit which annually
KiiTpK to an untimely grave thou.-ands of jouiik men ot exalted talent and brilliant intellect
who miht otherwise entrance listening venatois with the thiimlern of their eloquence or waken
to ecstacy the living lyre, may call with confidence.
Married perrons or young men contemplating marriage beware of physical weakness. Lss
of proereative power, iinpotency or any other li.jualiticalion speedily relieved. He w ho place
himself under the care of Dr. b'ishblatt may religiously confide in his uoor us a gentleman, aud
1'oiitideiitly rely upon hi" skill an a physician.
ORGAN AL, WEAKNESS
Immediately cured and full vigor restored. This distressing alfection. which renders life a bur
den aud marriage impossible, is the penally payed by the vn iini for improper iudulgeuc.
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1 Oitng men are api 10 commit rAurfrr. 110111 fi.ut; ui niu iiit-cmmi uuii:ej neuter iiiai
l;l:iy ensue. iow WUt lliai llll'icr-liliiu in" nnji-i Miii ueuy iii.ll piociuaimu lu.ti nuyuci
tho.e falling into Improper habits than by the prudent, licsidf-s being deprived of the pleas
ures ot healthy offsprings, the most serious and destructive symplouiri of both mind and body
ari.-e. The svsiem becomes deranged, the physical and mental power weaken. Lost pro:rea
tive iMiwerri. neioi; urilatbility. dyspcpxia. palpitation of the heart, imligcr-tiou, constitu
tional debility, wasting of the frame, cough conr-umptiou aud death.
A CURE WARRANTED.
ferrous ruined in health by unlearned pretenders who keeps them trifling imuith after mouth
taking H:riiout and injuiious compounds, should apply iiimied lately.
cr iduaied c.t one of the most eminent colleges in the I nited states, has effected some of the
inoft atoni-h ng cures that were ever known. Many troubled with ringing in the ears aud
head w lifii asleep, great uervousnefs. neing aianuru aieei iawi roiinus. wiui ireiuui oiuuiugt.
utteudrd fometimen with del at.gement of the mind, were cured immediately.
TAKE PARTICUAR NOTICE.
Dr. K. addresses all thos who have injured themselves by improper tndulfeuee and solitary
habits which ruin both mind e.iid bodv, unritting them for business, study, nociety or marriage.
Thee are some of the ad. ineloticholy effects prodtced by the early habits of youth, viz.
w-.L-n.-,. .r tlie back nd limbs. n;iii:s in the head and dimnesi of sliiitt. loss of muscular pow
er, palpitation of the heart, dy.peprin. ucrvoiif irrital'llity, derangement of digestive fuuctioim.
ileuimy. consumption, eic.
PRIVATE OFFICE, OVER OMAHA NAT'L BANK.
CONSULTATION FREE. Charges moderate and within the reach of all who need Scleutill
Medical treatment. Thone w ho reside at a distance ana cannot call will reclcve prompt atten
tion through the mail by simplyiending their symptoms with postage. .
Address lek Box 3. Omaha, Neb.
bend postal for copy ot the Medical Advance.
Oh, Yes !
(tar Eto (BdMDi
have arrived, and I will continue to sell
Dry Goods & Notions
Dress Goods, Trimmings Etc., at lowek r kicks than
any other house in the country.
Alto a full line of
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
at rices to defy competion.
Tu nn OPEKA HOUSE
Ordors taktm for WILSON BKOS.' SHI K i h
MA.SOX & IIAMLIX
M Er n a
bft. UlliwO y i. y. U " p hkxuv r. mim.k K ami
Infected Grape Vines.
C IllllfeM' .StlgUIN.
Wash i. no ton, A.rii 1R. Mrf. A. E.
Palmer was itxhty jij,oint I ji'oafniH
trcss tit St. Marys, Kansas.
11. M. Doprsjet, LMitcl States luiiiistcr
tt Htuiolulii. has titmle a full report con
cerning tin- ri-jmrt Unit Chinese sugars
weru boin ; lroupjlit ti the Saiiilwich
Islar.da, ri!i, fnim there imp rle.l t the
United State duty free, un-ler the Iluw
niian tiejity. The mini.-lor com Imles
liis report by stating that he is (irmly of
the belief that no Chinese Miii'ir 1ms
been brought In the Ifauniian i.lainls
ati'l leshipped as charge.!.
1 lie treasury department has l;een in
formed ti nt a quantity of vine cuttiiigH
have boon imported into the port of New
York from China, which the custom
house officers think are infected with
phylloxera. There is no law authorizing
the dcsl ruction of such importations.
The treasury department recoguizes the
fact that this is a matter of great im
portance to the vine interests of this
country, and will confer with the agri
cultural department on this subject.
ESCAl'E OF CONVICTS.
WORK IN THE PINERIES.
Progress of the Schiller Case.
walking down the truck between the
round house and piHM-nger depot. Her
companion heard the train and oitcapcd.
The engineer tt)H he could not kcc the
track in front of the engine. The brake,
ir.nn who was nu (he Lead cur Buy lie
called loudly. The wind wa very high,
which prevented Ids being heard. A
married biuter of Miss Holmes resides
A OKA VE O.LEHTION.
C'jucaoo, April 10. The various jour
nals here are discussing the method ol
served in buyiug the pauper dead, and
the warden of the county hospital in
made to say that ono Chuppel, county
undertaker, sells seventy-live per cent of
the Indies to medical college Jn cttia
and other cities, andjhat his reyeuue
from (his t-ouree has exceeded 6,000 au
uuully. It is alfG charged by those who
have. viild potter'ti field that bodies of
dead babies have been interred by sim
ply throwing a few shovelfuls of earth
upon them, and that evidence of that re
volting usage of the deceased is furn
ished by skulls and bones being found in
varioul portions of the field with no
earth covering them.
PriTsiituo, April 10. James Marshall
Si Co., iron pipe manufacturers, and one
of the largest firms in the city, assigned
today, to (Jcorgc I. Whitney, for the ben
efit of creditors. Liabilities, $1,500,000;
assets, about $120,000. The fail
ure is caused by too extensive specula
tions in pig iron. Since 1851) James
Marshall has been purchasing largely of
pig iron under the belief that the price
must advance. Pittsburg banks are the
largest creditors, but they will lose noth
ing, as the- have collateral for the loans
which will realize the amount of paper
held by them. The failure created a
surprise in busiucss circles, but was not
entirely unexpected. The firm are per-
sonallj very highly regarded, and have
the warmest sympathy of the business
warned of the fine of 100 pouodl to
be Imposed on each absentee.
rUltMinouth I It j MarktU.
I MO I-.IONH, kt IT, IP KD AC (MtTAII.)
i:rirteil by M. 11. Murphy u ('.
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( Iirpxe (lull rreiiin)..
HuKr Cured llmim...
6 0 "
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14 " M
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. ui s ou perdi.
. . . 10 u l'-"i e.
oo o. M
Vtf r. per bu.
7 cm "
lio per gl
riattMinotitli Telephone Kxcbanfe.
1 .1. 1. Vounu. rlueiiee.
I Itetmett &. Lew In. store,
a M. It. Mui pliy Si Co.. "
4 JJoiiner htuble.
A t'omity Clerk's oltlee.
(t K. H. I-ewln, resldeure.
7 .1. V. Weckbacu. lore.
Western Union Telenraph ofllce.
V D. 11. Wlieeler, renldeuco.
10 D. A. C'aiiipbell,
14 R. IS. Wludliam, "
1.1 J no. Waytuiiu,
10 .1. W. JenuliiKL "
17 W. H. Wle. omce.
IS Morrlsney Bros., oftlee.
1 W. K. Carter, tor.
m . w. Fatrneia, rniuuc. .
i M. M Murpuy, "
D. II. Wlieeler S uo . oiuee.
J. 1. Taylor, residence.
Ktrnt National lluuk.
1. K. Kuffner's office.
J. F. Young, "tore.
t. W. liver, residence.
Fall field' Ice ofllce
Hkkai.d Fen. Co office.
J. N. Wise, residence.
S. M. I 'tmpinan, "
W. D. loiies, "
A. N. Sullivan, "
II. V.. Faliner. "
W. II. hcliilIkueelit, office.
Hull i van & Wooley,
A. W. Mci-aut'liUu. resldeDOe.
A. Faltersou. livery.
C. M. HoUnes, "
I-. 1. Bennett, residence,
lieu. M. Huiltli, oftlee.
!, A. Moore, tlort.
J, W. Banies. renldenee.
If 1 Ivililntdll. fitllee.
J." V.' Wcekoacli, reeidenec.
'l. .l .In Wlh'hl
W. Jl. MclilIUKuectu "
:i s Hmliti.
K. It, UvinjjHton. "
irt.. ...!.. I. I.....f.l .iiimitflrf t'lutturnfilltll wllk
Ashland, Arllnuton, IJUIr, Council Bluff, Vf-
liiooi. i.uieoio. iimiii. " .... J
I'unllllon. .SurliiKlleld. i.ouUvllle Mouth lleod
BOARD by lhe DAY or WEEK.
Meals at All Hours.
OYSTERS IN SEASON.
Daily Express Trains for Omaha. Cliica- . Ditily Exju-eesi Trains for Denver, con-,
go, Kaunas City, St. Kouis, and all points neetins in tTnion Depot for all points in
East. Through cars via l'eoria to Indiana- ' 'olorado. I'tah. California, and the entire
iMolis. Elegant l'ullnian 1'alace Cars and j West. 1 lie advent of this line selves the tra-;
Dav coaches on all through trains, and : veler a New Koute to the Wct, with seene
DininR cars east ef Missouri Iliver. ry aud advantages unequaled elsewhere.
Through Tickets at the Lowest Hates are on sale at all the important stations, and
bfKjjaee will be checked to destination. Any information as to rates, routes or timeta
bles will be cheerfully furnished upon application to anv azent or to
P. 4. KirKTIM. General Ticket Agent, Omaha, Neb.
The l'l.ATTSMOUTII HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY
every facility for Grst-class
In Every Department.
s i Pamoiilet Work
Ou7 SlocJc of J3lcmJc Fajpeis
And materials is large and complete in every department.
OZRD:Bj:R,S :B"5r MAIL SOLICITiri-n-
PLATTSMOUTH HERALD PUB. CO
Subscribe for iJ-b e.jDcLily HoraCcl
THE MARQUIS OF LOItNE.
Boston, April 1C The Marquis of
Lome and the Princess Louise drove
out this morning. They leave for
Canada this evening.
St. Paul, April 1G. Work in the
pineries is practically suspended. It
is estimated that the total cut of logs
on streams is about 5:;5,i,0,000 feet, or
50,000,000 feel in excess of any former
HE WAS INSPIRED.
Boston, April 16. Freeman, in
spired two years jio to offer his little
daughter, and killed the child, is per
fectly sane, :md will be arraigned for
murder, lie says the inspiration came
from lhe devil.
New York, April 16. A dynamite
cartridge was found today in the base
ment of Itinaldo fc Co.'s factory,
Schemmetham street, Brooklyn. One
hundred girls work in the upper
of the building. The cartridge
sufficient to demolish the factory.
they got away.
Helena, Ark., April 10. Fifteen
penitentiary convicts escaped Sunday
morning from Gault Bros, and Burness
lessees. Ten were recaptm-ed. The
others have gone down the rivtr.
They are part of the same gang who
murdered J. II. Gault, near Helena,
WILL BUILD SLAUGHTER HOUSES.
St. Paul, April 10. The officials of
the Northern Pacific are responsible
for the statement that large slaughter
houses will be established in various
points in the Yellowstone country
along the line of their road, with a
view to the shipment of dressed beef
to the east, and that by this means a
great saving will be made in contracts
for the shipment of live stock.
HE MAY BE ACQUITTED.
Milwaukee, April 1G. The only wit.
Bess called in the Scheller case today
were Antisdell, and John Ehlirc, report
er, who said he met Bingham, the man
who swore he. ran to wake Scheller up
at the house. The arguments for the
prosecution and defense were made, ex
cepting the closing argument for the de
fense. At present the case looks favor
able for Scheller. It is thought he
CHICAGO ROLLING MILLS.
Chicago, April 16. President Worth
of the Chicago rolling mills, states that
the mills will be again in operation in
three or six months, or not at all. They
would not be started while the present
prices continued. Four thousand men
have been thrown out by the stoppage
of these mills. He thinks one-third of
the rails needed this year are already in
the market, and he expresses the opinion
that the outlook for laborers now out of
employment is a dark one.
; BEHEADED BT THE CAItS.
-1)E8 Moisks, April 16. Yesterday
afternoon at Perry station, on the Mil
waukee road, Nellie Homes, a Swedish
girl, aged seventeen, was beheaded by a
switching train, pushed by a yard . en
Edwin Booth Remembered.
Tlie Trial of Cur ley, etc.
" kerne's HORSES.
London, April 16. All the horses
Keene had entered for the F.psom
spring meeting are scored.
a silver laurel wreath.
Vienna, April 16. The Stadt Thea
ter company presented Edwin Booth
with a silver laurel wreath, composed
of thirty-two leaves, each leaf bearing
the name of a member of tlie company
a constabulary meeting.
Cork, April 16. At a constabulary
meeting it was intimated that the gov
ernment was prepared for any emer
gency, and every one joining the pres
ent agitation would be dismissed.
tne emperor bismark.
Berlin, April 16. The emperor has
gone to Scwerin to attend the funeral
of the grand duke. The emperor's visit
to Weisbaben, to meet the king and
queen of Boumania, has been post
The health of Bismark is improving.
Vienna, April 16. The president of
the reichstag has received a letter
warning him that an attempt was to
be made soon to destry the parliament
building. The structure, in conse
quence, is now entirely surrounded by
C I IATTE L M 0 1 CT( i AGK8
Secure them at tlie-
Plattsmouth Herald Office
For Sale !
N K , See. 3, T. 12, It. 13.
S K 4, Sec T. 12, It. 13.
S. W. ;J, Sec. a, T. 12, R. 13.
and N X. W. Scf, 10, T. 12, It.
S. W. Sec. 34, T. 13, U. 13
E I, Lot 10, lilock 23.
7 & 9, "
The above described farms
PROGRES3 OF CURLEYS TRIAL.
Dublin, April 17. Daniel Curley, for sale on long time, with 7
indicted for participation in the mur
ders of Cavendish and Burke, was
placed on trial this morning. The
prosecution was opened by a statement
from Murphy, crown council. A ser
vant girl was the first witness called.
She fully identified Curley as one of
the men she saw in Phoenix Park on
the Cth of May. James Carey swore
that just before Burke was stabbed he
(Carey) heard him tell Cavendish about
the attempt to take the life of Forster.
Carey admitted that he had been en
gaged in two attempts on the life of
Forster. lie would not have called
Forster's" removal " murder. The con
spirators had arranged for the assas
sination on the fourth of May last of
Lieutenant Colonel Ililyen, then In
spector general of the constabulary.
centr interest; Apply to
R. 13. WINDHAM,
d9tf Plattemouth. Neb.
HORSE snOEIXG & WAGON EEPAIBING.
ill iiiis of Farm iipiemtj Meidel 111
Nratntsa an'4 DU patch.
and Burke. He did not think Burke
deserved to be murdered, but would
not have ctied at anything that hap
pened to Forster. Upon theconclu-l
sion of the testimony of Farrell court
adjourned till tomorrow. Curley main
tained ati indifferent air throughout.
Adams, another of the counsel for the
defense, applied . to be relieved from
further duties at the end of the trial
A letter received by the foreman of
thejury which tried Joe Brady, threat
ening that he would be killed unless
a verdict of " not guilty was found,
was shown today.; Owing to thl fact
a special jury panel was railed tn the
Horse, Mule & Ox Shoeing,
In short, well shoe anything that has
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us.
1ST Jj W
d Flttb St. between Main atU Vine 8treU.
an acro e corner from lb jraw BKXALJ
rricK. 17 m
case of Curler. Fiftv t.-rH.m r;iMi
She and a girl companion were to appear, hot withstanding they were
cm crlpUow knd valoaijia 6uwod
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