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PLATTSMOUTII, NEBKASKA, TUESDAY, MAY 8, 183J.
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Also Choice ISraml.3 of Flour.
Ajent for tha (ifiuiuu I'iiH In. un:r: ('.. Freeport, 111.; German
Tiro Insurance Co., lV.na. IiL; Manhattan Lilts Insuraiioe Co.,
Western Horse ami Oaltlo insurance O.npan),
Fire Insurance I'olicie IfkimmI in
Steamship Tickets Hold from a
American Packet Co., :ml tit-;
100,000 acres ol" land on the Northern I'aeiiic railroi.d i:i
HARNESS 10 SADDLERY !
J. G. CHA
Everything hand-made and
NEXT DOOR WEST
J)ES MOINES SOMA II A
OX ACCOUNT OF 1 1 IS
Immense Practice in
WILL MAKE HIS NEXT VISIT OX
Saturday, sfaay i9, I
AND WILL 11EUAIX ONE DAY,
TVIIERE HE CAX BE CONSULTED OX THE
" Ear k Eye, Throat & Lies, Caw, Mm
Bladder and Female Diseases as Yeli as
- Chronic and Nervous Diseases.
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r...""" '1T.Vi.iT, tJt.hii,,- .-!.mn.
tt..Jt niJor klii mTrru'.nn of the iiw r. Iuiu;.
Hy,MT bUKHttuK tit- ir w,o,t radleut hopes or annt-.i.al.aM.
"YawWifaonthe eril intice. wLloh fiartroy their iaentl 4 irS1.
.u, NERVOU3 DEBILITY.
M ho hare become victim of solitary vice, th.-t dreadful and destructive habit which """niiJ
Ji. t,f Jn uutim. lv urave tli.muid.-,.f young int-n oi ex;;Ued talent and bnlliant tateiled
wTEmlihi othtr "1"!. V li.tr..:., - iat ltli the luuaUt-f. of ttn a eloyueuce r wakM
t ecetacy the ll vii.g lyre. . call it h conil-iKoe.
x,.rri,l or-on or young n:en coi.teinp'.atin,: marring? l-ewaie of physical weakness. Im
f .Stli wm"r mi 'u-y or auy other ...xiuaniicuncn speedily rtlievl. He who place.
hlSSrU under he caie o .n! Kishblatl may rcl..ously coi.L Je iu ais ho. or a8 a neiiUemaa. and
wnftdently rely ui.onlinii-a pliy-u 1.111. -.ATKT1,c:c:.
ORG ANAL. WEAKNESS
r,ir-,,i -nd full vi"or resiorcl. 'i ii ;ist i cuiii' affection. whit:h renders llie a bur-
iTJVni mlfrTr inVlble is tl;- na!tv ,.:.( b7 H.e victim for Improper mdulgenc.
&ui! looSmii'Tt f'cw li-oin i.t l-ti:K aare ot Ihe Ur-adful co..3eiueiices that
ivnie Tow who th"t un.U r.t:in.ts t!.i- Mtb. t in dt i y that procreate u lost suoat-r oj
?LiX'.e IntobnproVer habiislhan by tio- pru.tent. . li.Mdes be.i.g deprived of the P.i
lMiMrLbv bffHPriiigA th. u:ot -eii.:ur ;:i.d u stn etive yn.ptoniB of b-.tn mii.d xi.d body
TrZ. -tbt srtetn becomes dorau.1. tn.- physical a... I ifi,!.a! power- weaken. Lt procre.
mrOTTer7SumwtW!liBlVMA-P.U. palpitat:.... ..f the heart. inaiyeMion. cuiwtita-
Uesal debility, waatlng of the irumeo ugi i . -o
A CURE WARRANTED.
Peraoas ruined In health by unlearned pretei.dtrs who keeps them triaiu ui .i.tli altr
Ail poUouon. and Jniuiiou ciimp'.uiidj. M.oi.hi apply in.me.Mal. ly.
. .-j n,. mA.t wlnpn' rulloL'i-8
StitoiiuVb ng cures that were ever kison. M juy truo!ed with rluglug iu Ibe
t iTrn iL) great utrvuii.sDf. being alarmed at certain nouuis. wiLb frwiuen DloWa.
r.Ti J-.. .OI.etlin'e with del all ruenl of r miad. v.eie cured t.otuedl.iluljr.
TAKE IPARTICUAR NOTICE. .
W m a .it iku hn lme Itiinred themselTen bv imoroDer iuduIgcDC an 4 MttMiry
habitB whleb rnlo both mind and bodv. ui.niUui; them f-jr husiueas. tudv. iociety or tngrim.
MMinf tbd. meloucholy eftecis prodtctd by the early liabits of 7.
bT!.u 0( .he bk aad limbs, paia in the bead aud din ne of alubt. loss of vpjcvlAr vrr
7falplt4ieo of to heart. dypcprla. nervous UTitaMUty ,drai.gebieul u( tUaU laattww.
tblllty. eoosumption. etc 1
PRIVATE OFFICE, OVER Oil AHA DAT'L BANK.
-Tl-,T.4.TIAX Cbarges moderate and within the reach of all who ul""l I
debility. olririf!.I - -a'iacaaatt paiiuot rail will reoiwv WSil H
CONSULTATION KKEE. Charges moderate and within l!;c r?:th r all who ned fil
Medkcai treatment. Ti hjeejji. rltle at.a d IP.tw.'SS iUXC4mM J&'Ul 1VI! I Jf fltf-ttf AtiiiKsX
the Kn;;!i-h and (itmian LaiiiKi--s
to Kurono over
the J I,iiiiibur-
.rt!i-( ion nan
Lloyd. Amenta for
warranted. Call in and see us.
TO THE LATE FIRE.
DMC1 jflL CAM
MEDICAL DISPENSARY S,
.f nf the Tok and limb. Invol
,f t-lcht or eitldmese. uifea-ses of the
.-toinarli or bow-ls these tfrrlhie disorder.
more, fatal to the victim than th
,w mu a...i
iu tlie I'ullH wtates. bas etlociod itoua ui tVi
UV UK. UxdAtlA flaru-a
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Or.Iers taken f;.r V. ll- 'N Vl.
1 ll i a V
fc'iif -fl-Jv-' Ve-? r-s! ilstTl.r! sfc'.-.ir'-f. ;ii r ,t;.-vw
fs 13 p h g 3 2 7 w W
$ Bd fegg- STATIOXliiiV. NT.ovs,
E 111 I i I N pi B N r f
Our facilities r ;:.vivy v.
pr.t surriassc-.! in tli:- St-itc.
- -JIAC1IIJSE liEiVilUINi; t-.i i !i
for all clafrt-s of nt.il; w. i: is.
'Potronizs Icrasku tritiuni'aotui
frciirht ar.u t:t;ie.
Parlies bailtlir.ff Iu huy pi-.ri of it.
March 11th, 18S3.
Corner Pearl and
oi if w
: :: (:iniu? .;uA (.;iSii.!"i for BullivaS IIoUSCS a
kin.:.. Our lacluiid iiup ia id.ly tiipp.'5
.. We .Irp'.ictile f-11 -t:'. r j-'ric-c,-1, : :;vitu:
Stfite sIk-hM v.i-Ue i';,r f ur Uirnt; 1 c- ::?::s
O 1 III M V
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Germany's Insurance Laws.
Pro! est i ml; Against Clsi
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KKLi.V S THIJil) TltlAL.
Iii!!:ti. ?.iay .7. Tim third trial of
Titil :i 1. l' l'y, f- i" i) art i i piit ion in llii;
niuriki i of li'.iiUo tuul (,':ivcinlisr)i, he-
m to-i!ay. J;:inc:s Can y, informer,
kwore that .n'ci y on:; of tin; in yinciblcP,
with the txcrjiti in of Joe Praly, had
oftcr.'d lo (in a infoi lucr. Carey nitid
.lip wr. iiiv- l.ioi iii ft ii who on- rci tcsti-
tn.Miy H;::iii!l the jirisoncr. Josc jih
Hani:!', tii:o!hi-r in former, continned
the itU i:! iiication of Carey and Ivavan
a',i;h that Kelly wars oun of the four
men 1 1 s Lit K:r aaaugli drove to I'liu-nix
par!- "ii the cvt-niug' of the murders.
THK (iOVEKN'MKM SIIOCKKD.
London, Jlay 7. The Times this
morniuy, referring to the vote by
which the affirmation bill was defeated,
says the authority and power of the
govern men t hive receive 1 :i shoc-k. The
ministerd recognize themselves thiit
the shell of their succesj is br:V:eu.
Loudon, May 7. The Globe denies
the report put in circulation last week
that Peter Tynan, "Number One," is
in London, and that lie is communica
ting with the police with the object of
ISI.SMAHK AXIi insi.'jIANc:: companies
Berlin, May 7. IJismark h is issued :i
circular to the ofikials of Prussian
provinces, ordering an inquiry into the
extent of the Inj'irh s inflicted ou the
national wealth by reason of a great
part oi the insuriinco business being in
ftho minds of privat-j companies. He
f(3ert8 that the profits ot companies
an; t-:o li:j!i, oving to an iiuju?i in
crease i"i tii s.'-ale f premiuan, and too
kw a.:-- m?i:t.T of da in ago iy lire. The
conipaui.'S on li rely deny the atvus.i
tion, iho soIj aim of which, they
claim, is lo enable Bismarck to nation
alize all kinds of insurance
Toroulo, "May 7. William C. lloweil,
American consul, lias decile-1 to resign
and retire to private life.
Victoria, T. C, May 7. Onderdouk's
C-madiaa Pacific railroad contracts are
nov in full swing. Four thousand Cid
nesc, 2,000 whites, and a number of In
dians are at work. The outcry against
the Chinese has greatly increased by
ih.j fact that u Chines:; firm has made
230.00 J savings, mostly from Chinese
workmen. Other Chinese firms have
male lees sums.
Honolulu, Id ay 7. Advices state thai
thv large Chinese ei.'iigratiou is the ab
sorbing quetion. Chinese are arriving
steadily, and native meetings protesting
ngaint the inilcxare constantly held.
Prospvct of Electric Kail
- vrays. .
Lynchburg, May 7. It is estimated
that l.S92,Q00 pounds of manufactured
tobacco have been shipped hence in the
ELECTRICITY AS A M OTOIt.
Albany, Hay 7. Thcs. A. Edison and
others, representing a capital of two
millions, have fiied papers with the Sec
retary of. State, incorporating the Elec
tric railway of ihs United .States. The
object is to develop electricity as a
motor for the propulsion of railway
IVrstou, May 7. The overnor lias
sent to the secretary of state without
his signature 1 1 c resolution appropriat
ing .SGl.COO for double tracking lloosac
luutiet line, an I says he shall not sign
it. Tlie house adopted the resolution
under a pension of ruUs without de
SUCCESSFUL SUKGICAL OrEKA'HOX
Nashville, May 7. Surgeons Bugg
and Blackuianu to-day poi formed a sue
ccssful operation on jieu.JJon Carlos
Bucll. removing the left half of bis
lower iaw bone, which had been in
nm. Rnlnmon Ml KattUU'l EtOTt. lXjia 8t I
:is .-iiic;- by a fall liaiu a
t'lierala nrovrv 1.4 ro-
giirded a ct jiain.
I'Koro.SITION ACCEf l ED.
Halifax, May 7. -The rov.ing associa
tion lias agreed to accept Ilanlan and
Let 's pioj osition lor a h'tsr inile race,
double ?cidl-, Aegust 1.3, with Ilaniin
and C'onley, of W city, tin- place if tlie
race to he hereal'trr named. five hun
dred dollura has already been placed bj'
A JiKL'TAL 1'ATll Kit.
IJovroN', May 7. John Callahan, of
Wine l.chtt r, went to Weeburn Satur
day nilit, bought a gallon of liquor
and Went ou a Hpnc. Ho liroiight i
thivt'-ycar ( id ciiihl with him and
foivcd iiiui to tli ink all he coultl, and
then threw the liquor in hia l'.ice i he
( hild went into convulsions, and died
Tin: (ii'Kxi.Nd (ir 'i' nil r.niMii:.
Xl.w Voi:K, 'Jay 7. -The bcho'.ls
ai.d pubiic oili;;(..s t.f JJioukiyn v. ill he
ci.ii-.'d ou the day of the; bridge open
ing. Governor Cleveland will be given
a icci pi ion in tlie evening. Thu board
of Alderman of Brooklyn have voted
8 3 ,00 (J for illuminations and it-solved
that the lion a head ornament on tho
bridge be rt moved and the t'oYi iiinieut
coat of arms and the ivmericau eagle
Pi I J i, A I'ji I a, M;.y 7.- At the ex
amination of the matter of granting
lettt i j of administration upon the rs
tate of Henry J). Warren, seaman of
the .Jeannette expedition, Chief Engi
neer Melville testified that Warrtn
was iu Lieut. Chipp's boat, and tho
chief engineer testified that while
making Lena, September 1:2, a f quail
atruck tho craft, he .saw her jibo and
disappear behind the high waves, and
he believed that they were then lost,
as nothing had ever been heard of
Chipp or the boat.
J EKE DUNN'S TU1AL.
Caioago, May 7. Too tiial of J ere
Dunn, for the murder of tho pugilist,
James Elliott, was called this morning
in the criminal court in LL is city, be
fore Judge Sidney. Smith. The prison
er appeared in excellent health and
was dressed with extreme care. Xo
effort was made on the other side for
a continuance, the counsel for the
slate and defence appearing anxious
to have lha trial proceed. Tho regular
jury panel was speedily exhausted,
aad alter ordering a special venire to
report tomorrow morning, the trial
adjourned until then.
STAIt KOUTK TKIAL.
Washington, May 7. Bliss con
tinued his argument in the star foute
trial this niorniuK. IIo declared that
the official iecord3 showed that within
three months alter the date upon
which S. W. Borsey came into rosses-
sion of his twelve routc3 ten of them
had been increased or expedited, and
most of these orders had been made
while Dorsev was in the city, and no
one knew how far the thing would
have gone if th new aei ministration
had not come in and stopped it. Yet
with incomparable; impudence-, Dorsey
had patched up the lierdell affidavit
addressed to the President, and hud
attempted to defame the memory of
of Garfield by asserting that upon the
affidavit Garfield would have reccoyed
two of his cabinet.
Blis3 was speaking of the " J. B. B.
check, the Belford check, wlien "Wilson
asked if that had anything to do with
Bliss replied that he did not know.
Dorsey had told Rerdell to charge it to
the mail account, and the defense
shoulel have produced the books to con
tradict lierdell upon that point. If
Borsey had cheated his partners by
charging that check to them, it did not
concern the prosecution. An import
ant fact was that Berdell had been
corroborated in his statement.
Bliss in his argument frequently
taunted the defense with their failure
to call Bosler in contradiction of Rer
de!l, aud charged that the defense
were afraid to call Bosler. Blisa said
he would conclude tomorrow.
DECISION IN IIOWGATE'S CASE.
Tnc court en banc, through Chief
Justice Carter, delivered a decision iu
two of the IIo a gate cases. In the
first ca3R, where p.operty had been at
tached by the government, which it is
alleged had beau sold by Uowgate to
other parties although the deed wa
not recorded, the court decided adveise
ly to the government, and dismissed
tha attachment. The second case was
an appeal from an adverse decision of
the lower court, where the defendant
hael resisted an attachment of his prop
erty by the government because the at
tachment had been brought by a ape
cial counsel instead of the United
States attorney, and the decision was
dismissed. The -decision holds that
the United States had a right to em
ploy such professional aid as it may
M4lM CO IX A
jure d Minn- y
the ,kanui:r CASK.
Tho supreme court today rcnelero4 a
decision iu the ao-callo l granger cut
of Xeal It titles against the peoDl f
the state of Ulinoitf, in which theqaMr
tiou is raised whether a charter grant
ed to the Central Military Track rail
road company, now tho Chicago, Unr
lington & Quincy railroad, by tbe
lei-islature of Illinois in 133, or any
substqm nt aineiiduient therefor, co
taini huch a contract between the etate
and company as authorized tlie eom
pany to establish it own ratea of far
and freight, beyond interference ky the
atato courts. It answer the queatlom
in t!i ' negative and holds that the dl
lee'. on of tlie railroad cannot adopt
by law fixing rates of fare and freight
iu ('inflict with tho lawa of the atate
relating to the same subject. The
judgment of tho supreme court ceurt
of Illinoii is atlirmed.
l.-IIUNATION NOT ACCm'TED.
'J'h:; resignation of Lieutenant CL
oik 1 Guido Hges, of tho LighteMlk
infantry, to t iko elfoct next January,
has bi en received at tho war depart
ment. Secretary Lincoln directed It
t be returned witii instruction! that
if the i elimination was tendered to take
effect at onco it would be aceepteJ,
otherwise a court martial would tx
ord red to try him on charge of dupli
cating his pay accounts. Uges eou-
ducted a brilliant winter campalga
against tho northern savages four year
Ex -Congressman Murch had a oa
ferciice with Acting Secretary ITew
today, in reference to the investigation
of the affairs of the eupervislng archl-
tec "a oilico. lie informed New that
he proposed to proceed with the inves
tigation a:i fur as he was concerned as
. , . ., t
soon as lie couiu get nil paperi ia
shape, and pieparo his case for pre
sentation. Ho hoped to accomplish
tliis in a week. X'ew says tho commit
tee are waiting solely on Murch.
Law and collection buHincss promp
fly til ((.tilled to at this oilico and pr
ei.'i: Is remitted without delay.
Notarial work, conveyancing1 and
abstracting attended to on short no
tice and satisfaction guaranteed.
If there is any thing wo do make a
specially of, it is city aud suburban
real estate. Several line farms aud
fume wild land at bargains. Laboring
men can get a home by paying month
lv what they now pay lor house rent.
" Sjiace forbida giving but a small
percentage of the bargains now oath
book a at this agency; we oarne tka
Six choice half acre lots, 8 aiinutea
from J. It. shops, at from $80 to td&t
each, and on terms that would make
a man ashamed to say ho did not awn
u house. Come and see, you are not
compelled to buy and we wontj glra
Ihe.e lots away, but you can get tl .-m
so ihcy will ubsedutely cost you noth
ing. Five ncrc lot J mile from city for
2.:o part on time.
Eleven acre lot J mile from city
for $3'0 this is extra line.
I have three pieces of outside prop
erty which 1 can sell aud under
take to furnish purchaser work
enough to pay for them, now I will
furnish the ground and you tue werK.
work is what hurts me. If you will
do the work at a fair price I will glra
vou a clear deed for the laud; If you
can't do the work come and nee we, I
may find some one who will do it lax.
Ti n acres for $ .00 00
" " eoo oo
" " " 7.30 00
" " " 2500 00
Several small tracts well imprered
aud adjoining the city, for sale at
40 acres, wild $ 600 00
80 " improy'd 1GO0 00
12(J " " 2000 00
1G0 " ' .3000 00
200 " 6200 00
210 " " 6000 00
Finest stock larm in Cass county
$16000, loDg time and low rate ! in
160 acres, wild $2360
160 " 2800
80 ' " 1200
m " " 32
160 acres, wild, ltep. V'y (cash) 1OG0
Cor. lot 3 bl'ks from shops (cbeap)iUOt
1 " 3 " " " 17a
0 3 ii laO
3 cor 2 460
1 ' " 4 " 17a
3 cor " 2 " " " lt
2 " " N. 6th street (fine) 00
2 " " Picnic Hill " 2
" " Washington ave" 350
1 " " 1 bl'k from 3Iaiu at extra 440
Improved city real estate in abun
dance. I can find what yon want ia
thi- lino if you will call and aee me.
Business houses and lota for aala
at much lower figures than will n
asked six months hence.
Stores and dwellings rented andfef
rent, rents promptly collected.
If you don't see what you want la
this column come and ask for it. Vth
probably missed just what you want.
Office open nearly eyery evening freni
6 to 8.
Good new house and two Ann lata-
in good location price. 8800.
' '-. J. . 75d&wtf . W. IL IUxjcs. !
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