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L'LATTSMO UTII. NEBRASKA, TyEDXESDAY, MAY 9, 188:5.
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Also Choice ISrnaids of Flour.
Aent for the Icninm Fire
Firo Insurance Co., iVorin,
Western II'rsr rnil
xiro Jiisiiraiiee i oncies l - ::i- im 1 f i -
bteuniiiir 1 u-ki ts t-.! IVomi
Anieric.tii F:iLt ('o., :sil t!i-' N
100K0 acres of l;ml on tin- N nj i
Everything hanl-niale and varranted. Call in ami .see us.
NEXT DOOR WEST TO THE LATE FIRE.
DES MOINES a OMAIi51KDICALIISPENSAMS,
Immense Practice in Plallsmouth, Nebraska,
AVIIJ. MAKK IMS
WIlKllK HE CAX 1.1. l
Ear & Eye, TSroat &
Bladder and Female Diseases as Well
Chronic and ricrvous Diseases.
n& Jfeovrred tbe groatest cure in th world rr wc-::kiu'sn or the back and liml.s. h.vo
natry fllscbare. inipoteucy. neut ral tlel.i.itv. ii ronM cs. I:iii. nr. confusioii of "lea. rajr'
UMol the heart. tin.Wity. lrVir.blii.ji. dii::m- .l fi-J:t or pi.h.u,.. dees ,J t!i.- Lead,
throat, none or kin. iUrerth.n or Hie liv. r. law". fon.:: ! or tu,.v. ls-tliesp t.-rr. We lJ-"
arwiDZ Iroin Military habits .,1 vonth -au.U. eret i-r u li.- more !.;tal to the victim than the
odmoI SyrtiiS t the maii:ie vl Llyhaos, iibliu:,' th ir nui luUieut hoi-es or unt.cipa.ions.
" ThihiVarficK'iVo.nthe cv.l l-ractke. .I.icU destroy their ntcnttd ami Mtyrfca
-.m NERVOUS DEBILITY.
dewewoa oi riirit. evil loreinxliiiK'. w r , iV1" ' V - ' , ,, ,
aetfulnesii. unnatural dlei:ry. pain in tl. -Lack and r M'". : breathiii. melancholy, tire
Slilly of company and have prefe.'em to I... ;.!... e.-l,.iu atiiv.; m the i.orn.nB as when re
flrtDi seminal eak..es. 1..M n.ai.!i.,..l. wl.ne bo:.. d-po-U m t iu . ur.i.e. iiervou.i.. ., tH ii.bl.nK
tlrtDg. serniuul weakm s
oonluaioii oi inougui,
seas in tbe limbs. e:c
and weak () , u)fM,iM.i. cmiip.i -un. cmrut", tiii
tfiilt me l'iiniMiiai''iy ;:.ni ie ri
Wh have beeome vinims ,.f soldaiy yiee. that !r. -auful ai.d le-t. -ictive habit lsIoIi ""y
een t au untimely raw tlnm-aiiMs vi.ui-i; n:? n i exalu-d .aient and Lriliiaut inteiuu
who mi' la otherwise entiaace lit.-i .i.- m i al-.r with ihc timudei I Uieir eluiiueuce or
t ctacy the liviiij; lyre, may call with e..i,tid. !i-.-.
Married persons or voting ir.en contcinplatiiij: marriajre beware of physical weaki.ess. Loss
of nreative power, iii.potniry or any otiu-r d. luatMi. spci dily ulleved. lie who places
himself under the cure ot lr. I ishblalt may relisiously couliue in Wis ho. or as a Keiulen.ai., and
ewuBdeiitly rely upon hi-kill a a physici.ni.
ORG ANAL WEAKNESS
Immediately cured and full vip.r n-stoied. This oisti.--,i- a!!--. : ion. which renders life a bi:r
iand mafiiaei.iussll.le. is the .et.a!ty pa,d ly lite vumi.i for improper iiidu.seue
ttnSg m"u aretpt lo coi it exceB,es lr.. i.oi ...-i: a:;.ie of U.e drca.lful eoi.semiei.ce that
may ensue. Now who thai mid-r-tands ti..- ut,;. .1 .le.iy tit .1 piiK reatiou is lost s.i.er b
those failmi? luto Improper hai.itsihan h pi e.-i.t. 1!: s.d.--oeint; ileonvcd of the ple.is
urMOf hea;thyofSspiiiiKs.them.t-eii.M:-: !..1o of both intt.d hid body
arise The system becomes deratiKfi. tin- ,.u:.i.;ai a-i.. metiiai j.ver weaken. Lost piocieji-
tive power., uenrou- nriratbility. lbpe-ia. ita.iou ol tlie heart, indirection, conslltu-
Uonaldebil ty. waMinK id th- frame, cuujh toiiunu l : n and death.
A CURE WARRANTED.
Persons ruined in health by unlearned pretenders w ho keeps I i eiu Ulihns uionth aftr ueulli
LkiBic do .ouous Mid injuiioiis rnisiiiou-. si.o..!. appiy imn.oi.ttely.
ukP DR. FISHBLAT1,
raduated at one or the mot eminent eollfiic in the 1'i.ited st ii'-s. li:w effected some of 16?
uioat aitODlib bk cures that wre ever kn vn. M..ny :roubi. - d v.ith iin-niK iu the ear aad
bead when a.sleep (treat uei vou-iie-a. bi b -- alarmed at certain ro-indi. w ilu frojuent bluolilup..
altanded MiuetlmV with rterai.vemiiit of the lulinl. were cured immediately.
TAKE fARTlCUAK NOTICE.
Dr F addressiw all those who have ir.jnred themselves by improper indulgeiioe and solitary
habits which ruin both mind and bodv, ui.Sttiiitf them for business, .study, (c.eti or niarrbM;".
ThM are some of the ead. meionciioij
Weaknes of the back and lindm, pains In the head
ra, palpitation ot ttie nean, ujrpepsio, u.nu
debility, consumption, etc.
PRIVATE OFFICE, OVER
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rftsriTATinv ntPK. chanres moderate and
M Clival treatment. 1 LoHjhji f'g At ajilt;uj25iy
Co., I'l'ci jioit, II!.; (ieniiini
; .-.iiii.il lan l.iiv i iiiiraiico Co.,
NKXT ViIT OX
O.NM I.TEU OX THE
Lip, Oaiarrls, Kiioys
pHhltced by ttte
early habits of youth, ra :
and dinu;esK oi siht. loss ot nuittcuiar pow
... ......in., -i . r. i. ..ii
mij,miui,itiiiiLi u u'swui.
OMAHA HAT'L BANK.
within t!:c rp.'th of all who nea neiwtra
Ii :!i;l (i.-riu:tl L:iiill:ies J-.fp-i-'.-..T.irl
riM:'!! L!ovl. Agents mr , j.ftjj' . rjt:"-; : t; ' f-?tr .--
!' ;ui!- r;ijiro;.l in Dakota. V-.s.":-; ; -",ci-".::J;--V r-i:! ,:v
a tly.-s r tear jam fi C 5- tc I
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Our t'aoiiiiies for heavy v.
not suria.-s(d ia the StMie.
MACilIXE ISEI'AIUIN: :
for all cla.-sis of v..rk in
I'atronize Xclra.-Ka n;:uv.!;";:c : r.i ih;
frt'itflit aiii ti'vte.
r.uties buii.ki-g- ii: spy p .i t of th;-
Mnrclt 11th, 18S2.
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Corner Pearl and
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statioxi:::y. n on o x s.
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31 ISCKLLA a EOUS NEWS.
He Robbed Himself and Confessed.
The at Kearney.
'New From all Tarts.
Si. l.oui.-,' Mar . Hnmiem have
I ci'ii fn liuiiltltMiiiii' on the Hio firuiide
!!l I 'l -,;. 1 county, Texan, tllrtl tllP 11(1-
jui.-.iit in tifi'ni liii.s .ei'l a (!iii;iny t-T
ran;-' l : n i.j'tes them.
A .s:.'i.i:i: HTfttii.
I.Vi.ur, .!:'. y 8.- - One of the .; ve.cst
Jiall.-tu: Hi-) ccr km vvn in thi- (-( m:
curir'l iiere tit i.oiji. itila. 'i lir .tui'Mi
v;;s icr,,;ii;i tniijil l.y ti.Ttili : :lii:;nUr aU'l
ii.';!iliiin.u". l'i:!!y f.n hour. Hail
t.t:ie.s iiH'iiiiiiu fully ::ii incii in ili;.iii
iti ricll six iuclic- tut-p in the ttrcetf.
'1 ! c liitii crop I tio iloulit ruiiK.il.
ItKPOUT OK Ai;.NEK.S.
(. 'it'cinn-itti, May 8. The Khintfcri of
Xcw hi try, I renklf & Co., rlolhiiitf
ilt altiSj liuvc liitil.uii in vi iitory filiowinej
the total a jij. raised value of anteBts
6-74,000. Total liabilities, $.'580,0 00,
only -"SVi.OOO of which is for nicrchan
dise. t!;c n inaiiuli r hcing Dotes. The
a-j-ioitM:! h.i '.; hf-en orduofl to hill the
r.OIToIt MtOT 1JY AN OKKK'Klt.
Mc!ii)h!s, .May 8. An Oxford", Mis.,
fcjc-. ial s:;y s: Tlii.s afternoon nt 4 o'clock
City ilarihal C. E. liutlcr, f-hot and
killed Cajit. S. M. Thonipson, editor of
the Oxford Eagle, who was resisting ar
rcJt. Butler immediately surrendered
himseif to the officers, and as the cir
cuit court grand jury is now in session
the case will probably be died immi
diately. ei;kned to DEA1H.
Chicago, ai ay s. A I'alynira, Mich.,
special says Lyman Ilaveland and wife
hist night left four children alone in the
'louse. Alice, the eldest, thirteen year?,
fell asleep reading- a paper which caught
lire, setting the house and her clothes
a!li:-:e. She ran out doors and burned
to death. A. boy of nine years rescued
a babe, and the fourth child escaped.
burned by rushiii";
into Hie blazing
houe before he knew the children were
IT UK AT KEARNEY.
Kearney, Xeb., May 9 1:00 h. in.
At twelve o'clock midnight, a huge
lire broke out in the Lyon meat murket,
and is now Heading uotlh very rapid
iv. At tin.- time T r:pi) s tewelry store
u a bhcot of flarnt8. The fire origin
tiled on the south side of the block, with
wind blowing- northward, which will
carry the lire clear across. There is no
lire depart meet and no Fort of an en
gine, so nothing can.be done.
2:00 a. m. The fire is still raging.
Tripp's jewelry store and adjoining
building' are in ilaines. All the citi
zens are on hand trying to arrest the
progress of the fire.
C ATHOLIC KNIGHTS.
St. Louii, May 3. The fourth bien
nial convention of the Catholic Knights
of Am-jiica began here tol ty. Two
hundred delegates were present, all of
whom marched in a ho ly to St.Xuvier's
church, where solemn high mass was
celebrated. The delegation thea ad
journed to the hall of the St. Louis un
iveiity, where :ifter being welcomed by
Mayor Ewiu, preliiniuery business was
transacted and the meeting adjourned
tiU tomorrow. -
T. Louis, May 8. C. E. Cragxn,
tivggp.ge master, and William Kersog,
brakeman on the run from Longview
to Tvxaik;u:a, on the International &
Great Northern, are now lodged in jail
at Longview for an alleged series of
systematic robberies of baggage for
the past year-or two. The Missouri
Pacific lias paid between S-t.000 and
5,000 to paa-sengers as indemnity fcr
losses sustained by pilfering from
trunks, but the secret Dolice have been
unable to ferret out the perpetrators,
until breaking into the suspected men's
room at Longview two enormous
trunks were discovered which, when
opened, were found to disclose the
most valuable of the missing articles.
The men heretofore have been highly
Cam hag e, Mo., May 7. The seven
teenth annual meeting of the Missouri
preas association met here at 10., today.
An address of welcome wa3 made by
Mayor Tuscombe, and replied to by J
B. Thompson, president of the associa
tion. In the afternoon Hon. J. A.Dil
lon dtliverod the annual address on
the future of Missouri. The people of
Carthage are vieing with each other in
making the stay of the 200 editors and
their wives pleasant, and they are
hourly extending the hospitalities with
a h-.vish hand. Tomorrow the San
Tt is JiVuM stood he
Mill II .' 1 !-' II
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ville to view the very extensive ininra
there. The excursion to .St. Paul will
probably bo abandoned.
wasson' his own nonni.it.
San' antonio, T:i , May b. Quito
a sensation was created in this city to
day by the confession of Major Was
son, the. paymaster alleged to have
been robbed of SJI.oOo on the train
near Ft. Worth, that the whole, trans
action was a fraud to cover his short
account with the government. An ex
amination by Col. Tirrell exhibited
shortages of about $." ,000. Wasson
confessed to this deficit, but claimed to
have made up tho amount, and had
been robbed of $2l,0o0. Jb ii:g further
questioned ho finally mado a clean
breast of the whole affair lliat lie had
put up the job to cover his evil doings.
He was immediately placed under ar
rest at headquarters, with a scanty
supply of necessaries, and heavily
gnarded by soldiers. It is said bis
Iowa bondsmen are good for the in
debtedness to the government., !?'i,0'.0.
lie has designated thu hiding pla'ie of
ttie 18,500, and officers went for it
A court martial will be hold soon.
151 fss ('loses H is Argu
ment. Consideration of Irish Immi
CIVIL SEKVICK HULKS A ITI'.O Vf.D.
Washington, May S. The civil ser
vice rules were approved tliis morning
by the President, substantially as print
ed last Friday.
Inquiry regarding Governor IJutler's
letter to Folger shows that pauper im
migration from Ireland has for some
months been under the consideration
of the department. Reports by United
States consuls in Ireland generally
agree that the present distress is not
exceptional, and published accounts to
the contrary are exaggerated. Thfi
situation of the peasantry is miserable,
but it lias been so for yen is. Local
authorities have abundant means to
relieve actual necessity. The outlook
at home i3 very discouraging, and con
suls agree that the means to be found
is chiefly in emigration. Opinions dif
fer as to the question whether the gov
ernment, as the guardians of the poor,
or associations are engaged in sending
pa-upers to this country. The consul
at Dublin says it not done in his dis
trict. Some of tho other consuls be
lieve the authorities endeavor to in
duce the poor and lazy to emigrate.
Londonderry suggests that contribu
tors In America be more careful, as
charges are frequently made that such
funds are not always applied to the re
lief of the destitute.
CIVIL SERVICE MATTERS.
A report i3 current tonight that the
nomination of Keim, as chief examin
er of the civil service commission, is
to be withdrawn, and the name of
Charles Lyman, chief clerk of the
treasury, has been agreed upon, and
will be sent to the President with rec
ommendation for chief examiner in
stead of Keim. Messrs. Eaton and
Thomas decline to say anything on the
subject. The new civil service iu!es
having been approved, the coin mission
ers will leave Washington in a few
daj 3 for the purpose of putting exam
ining boards in operation in the large
cities. The commission propose to
have examining boards in cities fully
established in time to secure the ex
amination of applicants for positions
in the service sometime before July
16. Th ; work has been divided so
that each commissioner is assigned to
STATt ROUTE TRIALS COURT AD
JOURNS. When Ulips began his concludina ad
dress to the jury he made a particu
larly bitter attack upon Brady, and
then opened upon the other defend
ants. "This prosecution," said Dliss,
is to protect the treasury. Such tri
als must necessarily take place." The
eyes of the country were pon this
trial to ascertain if the jury under
stood a case of this magnitude.
As Bliss took his seat Merrick said :
" The government has closed its open
ing." Wilson immediately inquired of the
court whether the gove; nment would
claim two arguments in closing.
Merrick replied in the affirmative,
and as showing the sentiment of the
attorney general Merrick read a leteer
from Brewster, wherein he (Merrick)
was directed to ask the court to allow
the government two closing argu
ments, for it is his conviction that
they ate entitled to it in this of all
other cases. If the court declines to
allow it then he (the attorney general;
is necessarily excluded.
Wilson - declared " that he would re-
murmnriK-o: ilin oi 'iTiiiaieTing uia" wnt
w.tS htin to day. -
against tin: motion to allow two nrgv
The court mid it had Hi'tn oothlDg to
a ttisfy its mind thnt there was any rea
son, such as sickness or nbnenccs Of th
counsel that would juntify a departure
from (Htahlithcil practice in audi mt
ters. II was the universal custom in
these ciihcs to allow but ono reply to th
government, and that order Would bo
preserved iu this case.
Hinkle (hen requested an adjourn
nient iu order to allow tho defence to
tonfer in regard to tho cuw they
Hli H objected .
Ingersoll said he had been taken by
surprise by Pli-V sudden doting, and
therefore M eoli'hd the rcquent tT A
adjotiri lii' fit.
The court reminded the geutUina
that diss had given notice ytuterday
that Im would close to-day.
Ingersoll Ah , I had noticed last
Wcilncvluy, and came down to hear
him ciov, and I've been coming down
every day since linn lor that puroosa
fj'iugliiet. Iti;;erso!l explulned that
perhaps the defeu.-e cmiiM arrange to
make a place for the attorney general.
They did not want to deprive tho gOY-
eminent the nervier of its hltfh
l'.!iss Voti have changed your mind
from Dorsey'a vjew when he went to
fee (1 ai field.
Ingersoll This is a different case.
In answer to Ingernoll-H suggestion
that the defense might make a place lor
th attorney general, Merriclc said h
should reftiso lo enter into any such ar
rangement with the defense, At they
had rejected his proposition. That !
what we want to mako them responsi
ble for keeping out the attorney gen
After fcome further debato court ad
London, May 9. J. It. Kecne'a
American horse, Blue Grasp, won the
IStirwcU slakes for three year olds at the
New Market spring races to-day.
Tin: roVERN'OH RETIRED.
Dublin, Ma j' o. The governor of
Limerick jail has retired from office.
It is supposed that his retircmant is due
to complaints made of the harsh treat
ment of subjects confined ia the jail.
fs; ENTENTE COMM UTEH.
Dublin, May 8. The Earl of Spencer
lord lieutenant, has commuted the
death sentence of Pat Delaney, who
pleaded guilty to the charge of com
plicity in the murders of Cavendish and
1 1I K FISHERIES EXHIBITION.
London, May 8. The arrangements
of exhibits at the universal fisheries ex
hibition will not be completed by the
opening day, May 10. Space not In
proper order at the time will be covered
with flags. It is estimated that the ex
hibits of America will exceed those of
the hole continent of Kurope.
London, May 8. Lord Carlingford
lord president of the council and minis
ter of agriculture, to-day, on receiving
a deputation from the central chamber
of agiicuitute, refused their request
that he endeavor to secure the enact
ment by parliament of a measure pro
hibiting the importation of cattle from
countries in which infection exists. lie
promised, however, that the present
power ol the government to prohibit
the entrance of infected animals would
be strongly exercised. One of the ob
jects of the deputation was to obtain
fresh restrictions on the American cat
Oil, Paints, Brushes,
A Full Xiiic of TruHsea
And in fact everything contained law
a fir&t-cHss Drug Store. Pre
scriptions carefully compound
ed. Competition met in
Con. Main- aku Third Street
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