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DHS MOINES s OMAHA
O.V ACCOUNT OF HIS
Immense Practice in
WILL MAKE HIS
Saturday, May 19, 1883
AND WILL iti;3IAL ONE PAY,
WIIEKE HE CAN HE CONSULTED ON THE
Ear k Bye, Ttoat & Liap, Caiarrli, IMi
Bladcer and Female Diseases as Well as All
Chronic and Nervous Diseases.
Hm dCvcrd the tr.'alt rarr la lh rvnrlH for pakn k of th back ud limbs, lnvl
untsry fliMliarKv. lmpuipury, jrnieral df Jilitv, nri v.u-i."f, lanpour. confusion of hIph, pal pi
f'uta of tlie hart, tlinil'y. tr-ir.bliL. rlinunsi ol t-ll't or giilrfiDi-p. riie!n of Ilia liead
th " -t. bom or kln. affcrti;.un of tlie iivrr. l.tn. rot:Iaoh or liowHs those terribie disorder
ari ng fiom s.lit.irr hal'it.i f jonili nti s-ri"t rartf more f:Ul to the victim than thr
a : of Syrens to the inin f l lj-njws. I MMluK th ir tuot radient hopes or nticipatke
'.MiJerins ni-triixs ImpoHsiltle.
Those that are oencs from tUi eril rntcin-e. wtich destroy their wental d pajUMm
The iTmHomi of which are a dull' riiatrewd miud. which unfit theui for purjormint; their bus
inenauditocial dutie. makes happy BiAiriKe mpolble. dintreosefi the ac tion of the hem I
deprelon of (iptrit. ell forebodmK. oowardic . dreams, reotletui uifhtH, dizziness, lr-
getrulaesi. nouatural discbMice. pain in the b;ick auj nip, short breathiug, luelaucholy, tire
M.lir of Mmiuii ana iiaTe wrefeieuee t-j be al..:i. feelinu aa tired in the moraine aa when re
tliinK aemical kuchh. lo.t manhood, white
coat uiOB-f thought, watery nnd rea eye. dycpMia, eouslipation. paleueas. paio and wtiitit-
srn th HwWrt, c, sboiifd cona2t mi Jcuneth,vUiv ud Ue rttoiU to perfect healtli.
Who kave becowa TioUiu of solitary vice, that dreadful aud destructive habit which anaually
HNfi to aa uuuj. kmvo tkousauds ol young men of exalted talent and brilliant intellect
who latitat otherwise eutr.ice listening nfiialois with the thunders of their eloquence or wakei
to eostavy the living lyre, may ei! with c.-.innriioo.
A CURE WARRANTED
Peraoas mUeda health by nnlri!l pretenders who keeps them triflinz i':.th after aiat tt
taktag poisonous aud iajuiior "pon t. "honM -""1 v imineliat;ljr.
DR. FISH BLATT,
avat4 t oneof the most t-u.-r-.. c ...,i. ... ....e.i states, h.is effected soaie ot tv
ot aatoai.h og currs that were eyer known. Many truublel with rincriii In the ear 4 a".'1
t when asleep, icreat eervotinne-s. beinc alarmed at certain unli. with ireqaent blushJa"
miad sroetline with derangement vt 1,1 nlnd, were curwd Imuicdlately.
TAKE PARTICUAR. NOTICE.
fr. F. pa all thoae who have lujnre ti.m-.. Ives by Improper Indshrer.eo and telltsM
kablts wkHBBh both n-Jnd and b"d, anOUix iiirtn f.r txuines. suiuy. soeiety or marrlaK-.
Tiieare..-r' ihesad. mjoneholy effects nrodtced by the early habits of yontb. vt
WeakneM of the b.tck and liuiba, aoJos In tbe be it and dlnuir of hlftht. loss of muscular now
r. rnlpf Dtto C!?? hrr dyPP. "Wx" iirita'ilty, derat.gueht of dlreative foactivii.
mLwisbbiVJ1 r ' . ' i-
omeT;--C5tate 'J oiltti&V."
MASON & HAMLIN
HENKY F. MILLER and
MEDIAL DISPENSARY S..
NEXT VISIT ON
ne deposit io the urina. uervouueas, trembitug
"Faiicy goods at cost. (U3ol
The Terrible Work of the
Death and Destruction
Mark lis Path.
Ohio, Michigan and Missouri
The Full Extent of Damage
Not Yet Ascertained.
K'Hisite Citv, MJ 14. Great crowds
throng ti rticrts Ihis uirain in "
poutlTTi part of tha city iewing the
-let i ui lion wrought by last night's
storm. Already workiuen arc busy
cleaniii up tlie ihbri an.l putehiu"
hou-'s that are cnpab'.e of repair, anil
rcnl.r:ir.; them tcnatitnblc. Every
ihiiijr i et in coufusioa and a complete
list of the wounded aud cMimateH of
the loss of property ctouot be obtained
Tl.e followiu la tbe latest report:
Killed. Will E Scribea. Mrs. DaTtd
Re:d,-Ism-'3 Burns The injured are
James Driimnu nd, injiue.i internally
Tery e iotiely: II. Lebriskie injured
abont the knees; Mrs. S. Lorie, ankle
broken; Mrs. Thomas Dye, dangerously
injured iuterually; a three year old
child of Mrs. Mary JnckMu, colore J,
fatally injured iulerual'.y ;Artl.ur Whit
ney, aged twelve years, dangerously in
jnr'd abuut th? head; .Mr. Lyntliia
Davi?, terribly cut about the he.ul and
face; Frank Jenkins, bdly cut auoiit
the head and face; two children of Jo
seph Jack, ono four years old not ex
nec ted to live; Jackson was J viiiir ill n
bed when the ioof was taken from over
his head; a child of Edward Wlueler.
killed; an old boatiuuu,rvho was st;i:id-
ing by the river side, was struck by 'he
flyii!r timbers of his hoi;f e ami his m-'-k
uroKcn aud neau crusneu; viu j. -.c-ben.
killed by an ovi.rturuin'r wiignn at
thj circus wiouads; Airs. Reid, bii-w;
against a tree and neck oroken. v in
also rt ported that two men employed
in Cole's ci-cus were killed, but this is
notcoulirmed. It is probable that d.-
tinitc returns will reduce the amount f
damages to property below the estimate
of last night, but it wil! not be less than
a Quarter ol a million, ins leases are
almost i u r: inner able but generally for
ar:;oT:n!s raiigiuff f-om $100 to 500, as
the destruction is chiefly amonsf houses
in thr- less closely built portious of the
city, aud geuerally among tho smsller
dwellings and didn't extend to stores or
more prominent buildiDgs. No reports
have 1 ecn received this morning from
outside of the city as telegraph wires are
not yet restored, but they are being
rapidly repaired, aud will bo working
is a few hours. It is probable that the
damage without the city is not so great
as was appiehended from meagre re
ports gathered last night.
i.ATEr 4:3ft a. in. A reporter ar
rived lato last nig ht from Wyandotte,
bringing the intelligence that the de
struction in that vicinity was much
greater than at first supposed. An ap
peal for aid has been received here
from Wyandotte, indicating thut the
disaster is widespread. A reporter
drove for several miles through the
country, and found everything within
its rfcach swept away. He states that
many farm houses are gone, and sever
al persons were killed, and that the
length of the cyclone must be fifteen
miles. Nothing definite from the
eountry can be learned before fore
noon, owin t t h trouble with tele-
j graph wires.
j Joplin, Mo., Alay 14. About 7:;50
I yesterday evening a cyclone struck
Oronogo and literally demolished the
place. Oronogo is on the main line of
the San Francisco road, nine mil. a
northeast of Joplin, aud had about
6,000 inhabitants. The alcrm up
proaehed from the southwest and pre
sented A funnel like shape, peculiar to
a cyclone. Bat one building of any
size, tbe Masonic hall, remains unin
jured. Two brick buildings were
razed to their foundations. A mes
senger on horse-back was dispatched
to Joplin for the agent of theS-tn-Francisco
to place a special train at
the disposal of the people, aud shortly
before midnight it reached tbe secne
of the disaster, with thir-een physi
cians and 200 persons rtAdy to give as
sistance. The scene this morning is
one of desolation, as the once nourish
ing village is a mass of debris. Alex.
Goodman was instantly killed. ad:e
Daughton, sirpdaughter of Goodman,
died during tho right. .George Good
man was fatally injur. d. Mrs. Ellis
was seriously hurt. Charles Wyatt
had a leg and arm broken. Mrs. Na
pier was injured internally, Janios
Jacobs, aged ten, was found on the
prairie half a mile from town with a
leg broken. J unes Cvmmings had a
leg broken hnd head bruised. Mis.
Dr. Lafavttle aid Mrs. II lies weie
slightly hurt. Molliu Haynes, it h
thought, is fatally hurt. Emmet
Hajnea i totally wound! in the
bead Fruik Ellis was injured in tb j
arm and i,i; MUi Ilayea is not ex- j
nmrtjui tX fiirtrit-a 9 ff.iir r- Cf-
shlld bad its
Cood win had
? tr nit.,,..
h?al injured. Ezra
a lej broken. About
boys, we'll see you later,.
Chicago, May 14. Aa Inter Oceaa
Storgls, Michigan, special says: A cy
clone struck this place from the south
west at 0 ::JJ, this afternoon passing
through the outskirts of the town. It
swept everything before it for half a
mile in width. ChauDcry Gillman, a
farmwr living two wiles southeast,
sought shelter with three children in a
barn, which was carried away untl all
four aillel. George Hunyan's house
and bain h quarter of a mile west of
Giliuan's ws blown down. One mem
ber of the family was Injured. It is
impossible to estimate the damage.
The cyclone was accompanied by the
heaviest hail, rain and lightning erer
C'arlcage, May 14. At 3:40 las, even
ing a storm which had been threaten
ing for hours struck the town of Oio-
nogo, a few miles west of here. In a
few minutes it was totally destroyed
with the exception of a few dwel-ings
iu the fcouiuurn part. H'x i:i.-oiji
were killed and thirty-three wrundd,
many seriously and perhipti fataliy.
The storm was not eo debt: tiet've af
Webb City as at lirs. jep.iitcd. Very
few people were hut: a:ut ;.one kiih-d.
Joplin and Carthage tsoaped with very
little injury, but tlie storm passed up
Spring liiver valley, killing and injur
ing people and stock. The cyclone
was about 200 yards wide and traveled
in a northwesterly direction.
ANDllKW COUNTT. MO.
St. Joe, Mo. May 14. Information
from Whiteville says Andrew county
suffered a loss of several farm houses.
Clint Wier's house and all outbuildings
were destroyed, but no one seriously
hurt. William Crockett had his house.
two barns and other property wrecked.
Wm.Strigby lost his house and out
buildings. Simon .Strtgby. whose farm
adjoined that of William, had all his
property destroyed. His mother, who
was aloue in a house ten or fifteen
rods off, died in an hour from her inju
Atchiion May 14. A heavy rain
here aud throughout northern Kansas
Sunday. No heavy blow accompanied
it. Troy, Kansas, sixteen miles north
of here, is the oniy place in this section
where any destruction was wrought
At Troy the house of Frank Milton
was unroofed, fences, trees and a few
tarns overturned. Une man was
bruised by a flying board. The con
tuiuous rain did great good to the.
growing crops throughout northern
Kansas and southern Nebraska.
t.'ieveiana, juay 14. a s:-veie rain
and thunder sloiru, with high wind.,
passed over Cleveland tonight. No
damage yet reported. A cyclone swept
over Willuughby, uprooted trees and
unroofed houses. One person wad ao-
nousiy injured. i leueiicKtowu re
ports a hurricaue with similar effects,
and beveral people injured. The
storm was general throughout north
western Ohio, with very high winds
Progress of Jere Dunn's
Testimony in Thompson's
Case all In.
Chicago, May 14. The trial of Jere
Dunn fr the murder of Elliott was
rettumed in the criminal court this
John Dougherty, variety actor, was
called for the defense, and was allowed
to relate nn assault made by Elliott on
a Philadelphia policeman as an indica
tion of his quarrelsome nature. Tbe
court allowed the 'defense to submit
the record of the Pennsylvania court
inflicting a preliminary sentence on
Elliott for assault. j
jr. jjxier uescritea me character
of the injuries received by Dunn iu
his encounter with Elliott. They con
sisted of bruises on the forehead and
back of the head, a bistol wound
ridging the scalp, and another on the
Paddy Ityau, pugilist, knew both El
iioUatid Dunn, and was in the Tivoli
restaurant ou the night of the tragedy,
lie had a conversation with Dunn im
mediately after tho shooting, when the
latter remarked: 'Paddy, it came off
sooner than I expected." Ou cross
examination, the witness said he had
be.on a prize fighter; had a fight with
SuKivan in New Orleans. The wit
ness then confessed that be had told
Mr. Miles a few days before that he
was so drunk at the time of the shoot
ing that he could not rebvllect an -thing
about the affair.
Tbe defense called John Fitzgerald
to prove that Elliot had threatened to
kill Dunn, and that he warned Dunn
to ke ; out of the way.
W ill Hall related the circumstance
of Elliott being seen iu Clogston's ei
loou wuiltng for Dnnn to turn up.
Benj. Morris, who ol&imed to bo an
operator on the board of trade, saw
the shooting and heard the shots. Im
mediately after he saw Elliott reach
ing for hii pistol, which was lying on
the floor near Plaiated's feet. On
cross examination, when asked what
firms on the board of trade he had
dealt with, he refused to answer, and
by direction of the presiding judge he
was committed to jail.
was committed to jail.
JJ, J. Twain, advertising agent, was !
in the TifD and aaw tbe piatol drop !
In. nnt nilUff'n
the lint a hot was fired.
HI Mauf M. va a mmmmm
Ilarrodsburgs, Ky., special says prose-
cution continued tho attack on the
character of Mrs. ISuckner, In the trial j
of Phil. B. Thompson. (
, J. A. Tomlinson, an undo of Miia,
lluckner's divorced husbaud, testified ;
shat her reputation for truth and
morals were bad; he would not believe
her under oath.
Dr. Dedman testified that he had
heard people say that they would net
believe her under oath.
W. A. Walter testified that he would
not believe her under oath.
. Thos. Cardwell, postmaster, for the
defence, said that public opinion was
equally divided aa to Mrs. liuckner's
part in the scandal case ending in her
The testimony was closed and argu
ments w ill be begun this afternoon.
10,000 People (Jiither Out
side the Jail.
No Attempt at Disturbance.
I) : lin. May 14. Joe Brady was
hanged nl riM o'clock this morning
A vust concourse gathered outside the
prison yard in which Brady was exe
cuted this moru.Hg, atid a strong force
of cavalry, iufantry and police was pres
ent to preserve truer. Jio atteni t
was made at disturbance, however. The
morning opened beautifully, 1 ut there
was a shower at the time the cxecu
tiou took place. liradv rose at six
o'clock. At 6:33 o'clock Canon Ken
nedy, ot St. James church, and Father
O'Riellv adtninislered the sacrament to
the condemned man. The three re
mained jraying until the anivul ol the
bangmnn. Brady submitted quietly
while his arms were being pinioned,
aud .walked slowly and unflinchingly
to scafiold. The black flag, indicating
that the execution had taken place, was
hoisted over the prison at three minutes
past eight Almost immediately after
the flag was raised, a hearte and coaches
with the mourners were 6cen at a dis
tauce, com ng in the direction of the
prison. The police, however, inter
ferrcd, aad prevented the vehicles from
appioaching. There had been reports
circulating that afttr the hanging of
Biadyhta friends would endeavor to
excite the people to a demonstration by
parading the empty hearse through the
city. Brady was visited by hii mother
hist tveu-'ig. She was heard to ex
claim: "Mind, Joe; r.o statement."
Bradv smiled and replied: "Don't be
foolish; do you think I am a fool?" P.
is stated that the mother threatened to
disown her son if he gave the govern
men t any information. A wreath of
ilowtrs was received by Brady to
which was attached a card bearing an
expression of grief at his fate from an
Irishman living in Liverpool. Brady
made no statement to the jail chaplain
or the governor of the prison. Oae of
tlie Inst things he did was to write a
letter to his mother. He carried a ,
prayer book in his hand to the scaffold
and was thoroughly resigned and firm.
Brady fell nine feet, and his death
was instantaneous. Brady was dressed
in the same clothes that ht? wore dur
ing the trial. Tho Dumbor of persons
in the crowd outside of th.e jail is esti
mated to -each 10,C00. The throng is
said to have been even greater than any
of those which collected whea execu
tions were public. At the moment the
black flag was seen raised over the jail,
a cry was made of uhats efl," aad every
head uncovered. The crowd shortly
after dispersed quietly.
GAFF, FLEISGFMAN & CO.
The best yeast in use, received fresh
every TUESDAY and FRIDAY
mornings. Trade supplied by
U EX SETT A LE WIS A g(s.
K. , G. St. J.. 3 C B. B. R
Safest. Bsst ui Most ReliaMe
LINE IN THE WEST.
UagniSoent Dining Oara,
E'.rgait Day Coaches,
Pullman Falace Sleepirg Carr.
2 t Louis Trains Daily,
2 Omaha Trains Daily,
2 Kansas City Trains Daily
2 Ate '.ison Trains Daily,
7vfQ Trains for
St Paul, Minneapolis, Sioux City,
And all points iu northwest. ith
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Bstweca Kansas City ani St. Paul
Poof West NtTth & Sotlth
AJai1'' . a u& uuwx.
1WW l H III rauw IKHI WBCtl,
forraatloa regarding rata, time. Ae. eheaT'
Ill Fart Li
(Chicago, Burlington A Qulncy Wllfd.)
OOIMC EAST AND WEST.
Kleant Dy Coashr. Parlor Cmi. with toy !r
imrcUin (imU frnet. Kmokirv-f Cnn. ntn lt
ToWln Chair. 1'uUman !Miypln.C ri an. I
the fiLn O. B. A tj. Iinin t r ruu daily K and
from Chicago & Kauud Hiy. luicimco
Hnb. (2iicaco A I Molne. t hu.-K. p1- "-
LMh. AtehiMM Topeka. Only through Uno
itvMB Chicao, Uncoln A Invrr llirouxh car.
in Miiniii iniuin In Union lHp"ui
Pln..t Equipped Railroad In the
W. J. rOTTKB, M Vlce-Pwa'l aad OWI iMTf . r
Daily Expn-sn Trains for Omalia. f hica-
io. Kn;is City. rl. i.ouis. ;mu hii iioiiiib
Kast. I'hrouifli rars vln JVnria t liKltana-
. I liroutfli rars vln 1 onria t IlKlli
ioli. Klei:ant I'ulltrian 1'alace Cars and
Dav coacln'H on
nil tliroiik'li trains, and
Diuinu car east et Mix.souri Kiver.
Throiieh Tlcketo at the Lowest Uaten are
'hHKKJiKH will he checked to destination. Any
oie will uucui'eiiuiij i ui ui.iiicTu iin im"
Knowing that 3'ou realize tlie fact that within thelait
six months wc lmve cnnsetl the prices of
to bcretluccd to "living- and let live" prices. AVe announce
that we will not be undersold and will duplicate any price,
quoted by our competitors, which are but a small ad vane
over wholesale prices, from which a faint idea may be gair,
ed of the enormous profit at which goods have been sold
and the prices imposed upon be consuming public.
We sell at a small profit, and expect to build our trad
on good goods and low prices, and parties wanting anv-
will do well to get our prices, as we will save yoiTuaone
ver buying in Chicago or Omaha.
Coiue to tho frout with
. v AhJlx
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
FRESH AND NICK.
We always buy the beat roods in the market, and guarantee evert thlnir
we sell We are sole agents in this town
PERFECTION" GROUND SPIOES,
AND THE CELEBRATED
BAT A VI A" CANNED. GOODS,
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COING NORTH AMIi ou r
II r . . l'l.nl Put ca-Jn"l and l'ull
m.n l'aUr8l--iii.ic V,"" " f"' H'!' Km Auk I
I AlWrl Ui Ut Ht
I'aul-n.l Mir.i.MlH.li: rarl.rfM iwilh lt-linlnj
Cliairs to aii'l rrm ri. ixui miu ibi
. r- w.. T.i.ia .n.i (ittumwa. Duly "t"
chant of rara Ix-twran St Ixiuls an.l Ixsi
Moinrs. Iowa. Iincolu, NbraLa, auJ louver
It Id univrraally admlttad Ui l lha
.World i f o r C.a,.. or r vcr
uw. f-' " " --
Eivrffn Trains fir Denver
IKv tlnK in i nlon IX-i'ot fur All point (
ilor;iilo. l fan. i ani'Tiiia. mm uic enii
West.. 1 Iir solvent of tliU line kIv.-m the tia
veler a Nw ltnul Iu the Hem. will; hcihi
j ry and ad vantaj;cH uneqiiiiU-U clsewiir!.
on sale at all the Important talioim. and
Informal ion as lo rales, routes or time ta-
" i" "j -. ' . , i
of CASS C0U1TTY
And Tinners' StocX
OF ALL KINDS
FOR SALE BY
ST. LOUIS, MO
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