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PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, MONDAY, MAY 7, 1883,
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DES 1I01NES S OMAHA MEDICALDISPENSARYS,
ON ACCOUNT OF HIS
Immense Practice in Plattsmouth, Nebraska,
MAKE HIS NEXT VWIT ON
Saturday, May 19, 1883
: AND WILL HUM A IK ONE DAY,
W II EKE HE CAN BE CONSULTED ON THE
Ear i Eye, Tliroai & Ltngg, Caiarrli, Kidneys
Bladder and Female Diseases as Well as All
Chronic and Nervous Diseases.
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EUs discovered the greatest cure la tbe world for weakness of the back and limbs, inTOl
U&ttujr discharge, Un potency, general debility, nervousiiea, langour. confusion of ideaa, palpi
tation of tta heart, timidity, trembling, dimness of alicnf or glddlneta. diseases of tbe lie ad,
ttuoat, nose or skla. affections of tb liter, Iudk. atomacn or Lowels tbesa terrible disorders,
rising from olltary bablts of youth and aecret practices more fatal to tbe victim tban tbe
aonga of Siyreas to the marines of L'lyssAs, blighting tbtrlr moat radlent hopes or anticipations,
rendering marriage Impossible.
those that are suffering trom the evil nrastlce, which destroy their mental and physical
Tfce symptoms of which are a dull' distressed mind, which unfit them for perjotmicg their bus
laess end social duties, makes happy marriages Iuj possible. diatreses the action of tbe heart
depression of spirits, erll forebodings, cowardice . dreams, reatlesa nights, dizziness, for
getlulness, unnatural discharges, pain la the back and hlpa, short breathing, melancholy, tire
aaliy oi company and have preference to be alone, feeling as tired in tbe morning as when re
tiring, seminal weakness, lost manhood, w hite bone deposit in tbe urine. nervousness, trembling
confusion of thought, watery and weak eyes, dyspepsia, constipation, paleness, pain and weak
ness in the limbs, etc., should consult me Immediately and be restored to perfect health.
Who have become tktlms of solitary vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which annually
weeps to an untimely grave thousand of young men of exalted talent and brilliant intellect
who might otherwise entrance listening senators with tbe thunders of their eloquence ec waken
to ecstacy the living lyre, may call with coutldence.
Harried persons or young men contemplating marriage beware of physical weakness. Leas
prucreative power, lnipotency or any other disqualification speedily relieved. He who places
mmaelf under the ewe of Dr. Fishblatt may religiously connde ink la hoior as a gentleman, and
tonAdently rely upon Lis skill as a physician.
- - ORGANAL WEAKNESS
i nvriedlateiy cured a&d fall vigor restored. This distressing affection, which renders lite a bur
den and marriage Impossible, is the penalty paed by the victim fur Improper iudulgeuc.
soung men are apt to commit excesses from not beiug aware cf tbe dreadful consequences that
may ensue. So who that uutertuds tnu subject will deny that procreation is lwst souser by
tboe.fallibg into improper L.blts tban by tbe prudent. Besides being deuiived of tbe pleas
ures of healthy otlspriugs. the most seilous and destructive symptoms of both mind and body
arise. 1'he system become deranged, the physical and mental powers weakeu. Lost procrea
tire powers, nervous imtatbllity, dyspepsia, palpitation of the heart, indigestion, couotltu
1ob1 debility, wasting of tbe frame, couxh consumption and deatb.
" A CURE WARRANTED.
Persons ruined In health by unlearned pretenders whj keeps them trifling month after month
twVibg poisonous and lnjutlou cninpouuds, should apply immediately. '
graduated at oae of the moat eminent colleges la the United states, has effected some ot ttie
most astonish ng cures tbat were ever known. Many troubled with ringing lu the ears and
tiead when asleep, great nervousness, belug alarmed at certain sounds, with frequent blushing.
ttendwd sometimes with deiacgemeut of the uilud, were cured Immediately.
TAKE PARTICUAR NOTICE.
Or. F. addresses all those who have Injured themselves by Improper indulgence aad Solitary
habits whieji ruin both mind and bodv, unfitting them for business, study, society or uiarrlaae.
Thvae are some of tbe sad. rueloncboly eflects prodtced by the early habits of youth, viz
Weakness of the bek ud limbs, pains In tbe bead and dimness of sight, loss of museutar pow
ers, palpitation of tbe heart, dyspepsia, nervous irritaMlity, deiai-gemeut of digestive funatlons,
debility, consumption, etc.
PRIVATE OFFICE, OVER OMAHA NATL BANK.
CONSULTATION FREE. Charges moderate and within the reath of ail who need SeleittlA
.Medical treatment. Those who reside at a distance and cannot call will reeitve prompt atten
tion through the malt by slmplycendiag their syrnptomswith postage.
Address lock Box S3, Omaha. Neb.
bend postal for copy of the Medical Ad 70 ce.
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GLASS AAI 4tEEXSWAKE,
Also Choice Brands of Flour.
Freeport, 111.; Gerinan
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
Airent fur the Oennan Fire Insurnce Co
Yiro lueuraiice Co.. Feoria. 111.; llanhattan Lite
t New York.
Western1 Horse and Cattle Insurance Company,
Fire Insurance Policies Issutxi in the English and German Languages
Steamship Tickets sold from and to Europe over the Hamburg-
American Packet Co., and the North-German Lloyd. Agents for I
100,000 acre3ot land on the JNorthern I'acmc railroad in Dakota
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Orders taken for WILSON BROS.' SRIUTS.
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MASON A HAMLIN
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Corner Pearl and Seventh Streets,
-DEAL.EjBS m ALL KIInDS of
A COMPLETE LINE
J. G. CHAMBERS & SON
Efrything hand-made and warranted. Call in and see ua.
NEXT DOOR WEST TO. THE LATE
Cass County Iron Works
WAYMAN & KIR BY, Fropr's.
MA XUFA CT FREES
IRON FRONTS. HOUSE COLUMNS,
Blisiltr-ad HuliSt S aTS
Uuplicutc all eastern prices, saving
Our facilities lor heavy work iu Columns an.l Caatiafr f-r
not Burpaeseu in ine iiihip.
MACHINE Er.IRINl of all kiruH. Our Machine Shop ia fully
for all clHS3es IT work in iron.
Patronlae i.t-lr93ka in an u fact tiring. ? Juplicutc all
freiebt and time.
Parties building ia any part of the iStale UiiM write for cur.Vima of castings
CASS GOTTSTT'Sr IHOIT WOESS
March lltL, ISS2.
CONSCLTATlON KREE. Charges mode rale and within t!;e rc.-n.li of all who nesd HclwtM
Medical tr-Htinen 1 h.rjjlirUle at a dtuiirgawi C431t,' Tftll IY'11 Jffltf SS-Jtfsltf V'rttj.Ssj
Facts of the Late War to be
Grant on Mexico.
Other Interesting Matters.
A TRIBUTE TO COOPER.
New York. May e. At the fiftieth
anniversary of the society St. Vincent
dePaul, Archbishop Oorrigan presid
ing. Judge Richard OTJorman,, In an
-address, paid an eloquent tribute to
the memory of Peter Cooper.
M03T ON COMMUNISM.
St. Louis, May 6. Ilerr Most at
tended a picnic at Union park tonight
and spoke on tbe subject of commun
ism, giving a detailed description of
its objects and workings in Germany
and other European countries.
COW BOYS AND CAMANCOK9.
Dallas, May 6 Information has
been receive 1 here that a band of ma
rauding Camanches raided the Consoli
dated Ctttle company's raacb. In Gar
tea county, run off a number of horses,
killed several cattle, and that a party
of well armed cow boys were in hot
GRANT LIKES MEXICO.
New York, Ma 6. Grant, Conk
ling. Senator J. M. Camden, aud others
were guests of the Saturday night club
at Hotel Brunswick last evening. In
responding to a toast of welcome Gen.
Grant referred to Mexico In glowing
terms. lie considered the alliance a
political and social benefit to both re
KILLED BY LIGHTNING.
Winona, Minn., May 6. Dining a
light thunder shower this afternoon,
the three littla daughters of Jacob
Morouiz, playing in the street under an
umbrella, were struck by lightning.
The two older girls, nine and eleven
years, were instantly killed; the third,
six years, somewhat paralyzed on the
right side bat will likely recover.
Tbe umbrella burned up and the cloth
ing of the girls, also tired and consid
erably burned beiore the horrified rela
tives could reach the scene.
Chicago, May . A number of con
ferences between striking bricklayers
and employers have taken place the
past two days, and as a consequence,
it is confidently announced that the
men will return to work to-morrow.
Concessions have been made on both
sides, but' the men will probably re
ceive all they demanded in point of
wages, namely, $4 a day. It is esti
mated, while buildiug has been seri
ously retarded, the strike will have no
bearing in the. seaae of limiting the
THE MISSING VALISE.
St. Louis, May 6. A dispatch from
Fort Worth says Major Wasson, army
paymaster, who was robbed in the
Texas Pacific train a few nighta ago,
is there, aiding the detectives in fer
reting out the robbers. Wasson's valise
was found near the railroad track, but
open and rifled of its contents. Two
tramps were arrested at Melborne,
having in their possession over $900 in
gold notes of large denomination,
which is regarded as a good clue. An
other man was arrested at Albany who
id believed to be one of the robbers.
SUPPOSED TO BE THE MURDERERS.
Des Moines, May 6. An officer of
Avoca, Pottawattamie couuty, arrived
here yesterday in charge of two men
giving their names as Jonn Woods
and John Barns. They are arrested on
suspicion of being the murders of Con
ductor Sears on the Chicago, Burling
ton & Quincy, near Russell. Sears
sought to ejeet the two men from his
train aud was shot through the body,
dying April 29th. Two days after th
shootiug these men were arrested.
The parties claim they are cigarmakers
and Woods says he worked at Topeka.
St. Louis, May 6 The southern his
torical and benevolent association of
this city arranged for the publication
of the semi-monthly magazine, recit
ing the facts of the late war in the
south. It is to be entirely free from
political hi and affiliations. AH
southern historical societies, soldiers
and people are invited to contribute
mattix for its columns and soldiers are
requested to furnish such recollections
of the conflct in the south as may be
appropriate for the paper. The first
number will appear June 1st, entitled
CHARLY M'COINAS NOT DEAD.
Santa Fe, May 6. Advices from Sail
Carlos state that two . Chirachauos
Apaches arrived there Friday and re
port that little Charley McComas, sou
of Judge McComas, who was killed by
the Indians a short time ago, is still
alive and in the care of Chief Boviela;
that he will be brought in alive if tbe
ludian camp Is not surprised, and that
the Indians expect to use him in the
negotiation of peace. , They further
state that the Locos band is broken up
and wish to surrender; but that Jud,
the most desperau of the chiefs, is iu
Mexico, and will resist to the last.
A RELIGIOCS FANATIC.
.Boston, May C. In the supreme
court application was made by the
counsel for Charles F. Freeman, who
killed his child at Pocasset in April,
1879, while under religious fanaticism,
for the release of Fretman on bail on
the ground that he was now a sane
man. Chief Justice Morton said the
full court did not feel the time had ar
rived when, after exposure to the tonip
tations of the world. Freeman might
not hare a recurrence of religious ex
citement and refused to admit him to
bail. lie stated if the attorney general
after farther examination of the case,
should see fit to nolle prosequi the In
dictment, the court would acquiesce
However, if the case was pressed for
trial a special session would be con
vened at Barnstable.
The Polar Exhibition Sails.
. MEETING PObTPONED.
Vienna, May 5. The meeting of King
Humbert, of Italy.and Emperor Francis
Joseph, of Austria, which was to have
taken place at Berlin, this spring, has
been postponed until the 9th of next No
THE POLAR EXPEDITION.
Amsterdam, Mav 5. The polar ex
ploring ship, Willem Barents, sailed tor
the Aictic regions in search ot the Dutch
arctic expedition in Varna
A CONFLICT IMMINENT.
LUooa, May 6. Loaod's advices state
the French gunboat Sagataire visited the
station of the International association
and hauled doWA the association's ban
ner and hoisted tbe French flag. A con
flict is imminent between De Brarza and
H. M. Stanley,
. WHOLESALE MURDER.
Havana,- May 6.-.-Ap entire family of
white persons (a boy and girl only es
caping) were murdered near the village
THE BOILING BAKERS.
Vienna, May 5.-r-Little progress seems
to have been made towards adjusting
grievances which caused baker's assist
ants hers to go on a strike. Last night
one thousand of the Strikers engaged in
a riot in tbe assembly rooms. Furniture
tv kg destroyed and windows broken. The
rioters then threw Up a barricade in the
street to enable them to resist the police
who had been summoned to quell the
distnrbancc,and who had difficult time
in subduing the infuriated mob. Sim
ultaneously with this outbreak a dem
onstration was made in another part of
the cltv by 400 more strikers who at
tacked a building occupied by a bakers'
associan, breaking doors and windows.
Both parties of rioters were finally dispersed.
FROM THE CAPITAL.
Some Fgures from the Treas
Gold coin and bullion. ,. .8169,052,380
Silver dollars and bullion. . lOU.ttiM 885
National silver coin l'8,iJ5.879
United States notes 4,001,010
Private Postofflces, Etc.
Washington, May 6. The officers
in the postoffice department, in reply
to inquiries with regard to the pro
ceedings recently taken to close private
postal companies in New York city,
say that so far as the investigation has
gone it seems to show that the most
flagrant violators of the law are the
compamiet known as "Hussey's Ex
press," "Boyd's Despatch Post," "Man
hattan District Telegraph Company,"
and "United States Circular De
livery Company." The prosecution
of this unlawful business by such
companies, the postoffice officers say,
not only result in the loss of large
revenues to the department, but ma
terially in many ways lnteferes with
the proper conduct of United States
postal business and brings undeserved
discredit upon, the postal administra
tion. The Boyd and Hussey compa
nies make collections and deliveries
only twice a day, while the regular
government carriers deliver and collect
from eight to twenty times doily. It
is trot true, therefore, that the private
postal companies are patronized be
cause their service is better than that
of the government. The only advant
age which these private postal compa
nies have over the government is that
of lower rates. The private organiza
tions doing business under the names
of" Manhattan District telegraph com
pany," and M Circular Delivery compa
ny," have recently begun to carry mail
matter in bulk to other cities than
New York, where they have agencies,
to distribute it there; thus beginning
the formation of a net work of mail
routes in clearly illegal competition
with the postoffice department.
what the treasury contains.
Gold, silver and United States notes
in tbi treasury:
A NE.W M ETA L.
J. Edwn Shermun, metallurgist, of
Boston Ins just concluded hero a serlei
of experiments upon n now metal re
cently discoveied by him, with a view
of ascertaining its fitness cornpurcd
with other metals for telegraph wire.
The experiments, it Is said, show that
this metal bus great tenacity, dot? not
rust, and is superior In point of con
ductivity to any wire now usod for
electric purpose. Tha metal which
has nearly specific gravity and some
what the appearance of silver, can be
produced, it Is Bald, at a cost of 5 cents
Law and collection buninoHS promp
tly attended to at this office and imo-
cecds remitted without delay.
Notarial work, conveyancing and
abstracting' attended to on short no
tice and HRlifeiuctiou guaranteed.
If there is any thing wc do inukc a
specially of, it in city and suburban
real estate. Several line farms und
some wild land at bargains. Laboring
men can get a borne by paying month
ly what they now pay lor house rent.
space lorbids giving but a small
Eercentage of the bargains now on tha
ooks at this agency; we name the
Six choice half aero lots, k minutes
from It. 11. shops, at from $80 to
each, and on terms that would make
a man ashamed to fay he did not own
a house. Come aud see, you are not
compelled to buy and we wout) ire
these lots away, but you cun get them
so they will absolutely cost you nothing.
Five acre lot 4 mile from citv for
$260 part on time.
Eleven acre lot J mile from ci(y
for $550 this is extra flue.
I have three pieces of outside uron-
erty which I can sell and under
take to lurimh purchaser work
enough to pay lor them, now I will
furnish the ground and you t lie work,
work H what hurts inc. If vou will
do the work at a lair price I will give
you a cletir deed for the land; if you
can't do the work come and nee nif. I
may nua gome one who will do it lor
I en acres for i 500 00
" " " Coo 00
" " " 7.00 00
" " 2500 00
Several small tract well
city, for fcale at
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ana adjoining the
40 acres, wild $ GOO 00
80 " improy'd 1G00 00
120 " " 2000 00
ICO " 5000 00
200 ' " C200 00
240 " " C000 00
Finest stock farm iu C&hh count v
$16000, long time and low rate ot in
160 acres, wild $2500
1C0 u 2800
80 " " 1200
80 " " ij20Q
1G0 acre '3, wild, Hep. V'y (caih) $1000
Cor. lot 3 bi'ks from ebons (cheapjilOO
3 cor " 2 "
3 cor "
2 " "
Gth street (flnel
" Picnic Hill "
" Washington ave"
" " 1 bl'k from JMain st extra 400
Improved city real estato in abun
dance. I can find what you want in
this lino if you will call and see me.
Business houses and lots for sale
at much lower figures than will be
asked six months hence.
Stores and dwellings rented and for
rent, rents promptly collected.
If you don't see what you want iu
this column come and ask for it. I've
probably missed just what you want.
Office open nearly every evening from
6 to 8.
Good new house and two fine lots
in good location price, 3800.
W. S. WISE,
ARCHITECTURAL WORK A
Plans and BpeciflcatlODi will be careiaUy
carried out, and full attention will 1 clven
to safety and durability.
LESSOR'S OX PAIVT1XO
Ia Oil JWater Colon, Crayon and Pencil.
Office over Solomon A Xathan'i store, Main .St
about KIMM. 4M0 Uliutrmtl.
OcecdpOoo ot valiiBbl diractl
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