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OPERA HOUSE' BLOCK.
Completion of the Denver &
I Id EJflVO
Or4rr Ukru for WII-HON l;KOS. NIMirT.
Jo P. young.
TOST OFl'K K
is reported. At Pilot Toint the appear
ance of a cvclonc pu4?el over the city
during' a heavy storm, coming from the
southwest with a great roaring; aud
continued ouer ten miuutcH.
Philadelphia, May 17. The meeting
of Hie general synod of the I'resytcrian
church of Xorth America began here
Various Cyclones Yesterday, j T'Z. otL 225
moderator. A letter of greeting was
MASON & HAMLIN
HENKY K. Mll.l.KK ami
DES MOINES OMAHA MEDIALDISPENSARYS.
ox croirxTOF ins
Immense Practice in Plattsmouth, Nebraska,
W!M, MAKE HIS NEXT VISIT OX
Saturday, Rfiay 19, 1883
AXD WILL ItEUAIX OAK DAY,
- at Tin:
WHERE HE CAN BE CONSULTED OX THE
Ear k Eye, Tlrat & Lungs, Catarrli, Kiflney
Bladcer and Female Diseases as Well as All
Chronic and Nervous Diseases.
STORM AT OMAHA.
Omaha, May 17.--A cyclone touched
the southwestern portion of Omaha,
doing slight damage to several houses
hut injuring no persons.
THE IOWA POOL.
Chicago. May 17.-The Chicago &
liock Island railroad has given notice
of it. withdrawal trom the Iowa pool
as far m .isfn 'rv husmcs.s is con
rented The reasons giren for this
step is that as the pool is now arrang
ed it is simply a dead letter, as it can
not be carried out as long as the Mil
waukee & St. Paul refuses to join th"
M'KXINU OK THE ItRIDOK.
New York, May 17. Arrangements
are completed for opening the Brook
lyn bridge on the 24th. The major ol
Brooklyn issued a proclamation de
claring the opening a holiday. Public
olltces, courts and schools will be closed,
and citizens are requested to close
their places of business. The I 'resi
dent and (Jovernor will be given a re
ception in the Academy of Music at
Boseman, Montana, May 17. The
Sheriff of this county received a tele
gram Tuesday night from Gallatin
City, stating a riot had occurred among
the laborers of the Northern Pacific
reihvay, and that the town was in the
hands of the mob. Shoriff Blackleg
and posse armed at once, and arriving
at Gallatin, surrounded it and com
pelled all to throw up their hands.
The leader w ete arrested and jailed.
PROCTOR KNOTT FOR GOVERNOR.
Louisville, May 17. In the conven
tion, on the seventeenth ballot, on
which tWe man receiving thelowe.it
number of votes was to be droj ped,
much confusion existed, the final re
sult of which was that Owslej was
with lraun. and later on Buckuer, and
then began a hot fight be; ween Knotr
and Jonei, which finally resulted in
I the nomination of J. Proctor Knott
for governor. The convention tiieu
t.uk a recess to 2:30.
THE DENVER A RIO GRANDE
Denver, May 17. The D. & 11. G.
railway s new transcontinental line to
San I'ranciaco, via Ogdeu nd Central
i Pacific Railway, was completed toilay.
the last spike being driven at Ogden,
and connection made with the (Central
Pacific road at this point. Through
tr-i i n a ...ill l.rw. . l t- t
I vkiiu ..in uvgm luuiiiuy iuuay, i ne
j completion of this line is regarded
here as an important event, establish
ing a new transcontinental system,
passing through a magnificent country
and tributary to the most important
towns and cities of Co!orad oand Utah.
Through business has opened up al
ready. Travel on this line to San
Francisco ha3 begun.
DOWiE CITY DOINGS.
Topeka. May 17. Twelve citizens of
Dodge City have been in Topeka since
half past three o'clock this afternoon
in consultation with (Jovernor Click
concerning the muddle at Dodge City.
They represented to him that the coun
ty :itiliri ties were amply able to keep
the peace, and requeued him not t in
terfere. The governor said he was in
formed that the sh riff was ready to
precerve the j eace, ami so Ions: a? he
did he should not interfere, Lut he
would protect the citizens who Deeded
protection. A member of the com
mittee told an associated press repor
ter toaight that Sh.-'riir IIiLkle was dis
posed to k.ep the peacn. In answer to
the question, "will he protect Short if
he attempts to return," he said, "Xo."
The cittzeni have ordered him out of
town, and h ? will not be permitted to
cjn.e buck. "When at-keJ what Short
had d ne to merit such treatment, he
said: "lie had d.soley. d ordinances
and was a bad man genera!!. . He has
tlte npt.tttion of beitig a killer, and
read from the eastern synods of Ire
land. Saratoga, May 17. The ninety
fifth assembly of the Presbyterian
church of the United States, convened
here this morning. Reliring modera
tor Dr. Herman Johnson of Chicago
delivered the annual sermon, after
uual preliminary devotional exer
cises. At the opening of the morning ses
sion Rev. Dr. Win C. Roberts, perma
nent clerk, read the roll of eouitni--sionwrs.
It appealed alt 1S"J r s'.
teries were represented "V'-.-nt j !'io
Janeiro, Canton, Xingpe. i ' .:'a
habad. Grand Forks. Mankatn, '.n isco,
Santa Fe and West Attica. Foreign
missionary presbylers represented
Shanghai and Hong Kong, China and
Lanorv. Kolabove and I.odiana, India.
Xoini nations fov moderator: Rev.
Drs. Edwards Kempshall, Elizabeth,
N. J., J. Addison Henry, West Phila
delphia, E. R. Craven, Xewark, N. J.
and K. F. Ilalfield, X. V. The vote
was taken viva voce; result: Kemp
shall 150, Henry 42, Craven 22, Hal
field M2; total vote 510. The modera
tor announced the election of Rev. Dr.
Edwin F. Ilalfield, and nr pointed
Judge Samuel Brcckenridge of St
Louis, and Rev. Dr. Chas. Hauley of
Auburn, to conduct the new modera
tor to the chair. Moderator Jackson
addressed Dr. Ilalfield, welcoming him
to the chair and alluding to his long
service oi v, rioHy ears as siaieu
c)erk. Di. llataeld tesponded that the
honor came as a genuitta surprise and
unsought, He had been a member of
the general assembly forty-eight years
and was first sle commissioner from
the territory west of the Mississippi
to the Pacific. The motion of Rev.
Dr Howard Crosby was adopted th.t
all honorary titles be omitted in ad
dressing members of the general
assembly. A resolu'.ion relative to
the delegation of general assembly
was referred to a special commi:te
comprising Dr. Crosby, Htrrick John
son and Judge. Brecken ridge, and to be
heard tho fi'4 b'iness Friday after
noon, second tmsirip'js uas nmeadiucnt i
of book and discipline. At the even-
ing service cons tn -.u. ion was celebrated,
i Rev. Hertii k Johnson presiding, sac-
I laments served by RV. Drs Samuel
I .1. Hamilton if Xew Vork. and Har
vey D. Crarz of St, Louis.
GeneralB Sherman, McCIellan, Rose
crans, glocum. Schofield Bingham and
Vau Vliet, Rear Admiral Rogers,
Gen. Schenck, Gen. Walker. Senator
Miller of California, Commissioner of
Pensions Dudley and Chas. Dudley
Warner. General McCIellan made his
appearance som) time after the ban
quet began and some one called out
"three cheers for Little Mac." They
were given heartily, imntof the quests
rising to lespor.d. The first toast.
"the president." was drank standing.
Tho next toast, "the army of the
United States,"' was responded to by
The War in Africa.
V.'ILL KXCHANor VII-.WS.
f.. i !: . May 17. Lord Dtill'i rat will
visit Vie: rut mi 1 P;.ris on Irs way to
l.llglaud limn i o.- st.sir.iliopli; to t X
change vi-ws with the Austrian and
French govt rum. -i.ts on the Egypt i:ii
A I.I TTKi: FROM IiK LKS.S 1-IS.
I':iri. Mii IT. Figaro publishes a
letter from De I.csMcps, i-tuling that tl e
Suez Canal company propose to seejitd
the ennui across the isthmus.
A Sick Star iloute Juror.
The Army of the Potomac.
.rVr WT "e in grtf.irc cure in the world for weakness of the back and limbs, liivul.
7 .JS"'!: 'J??0' mni1 l-bi'.itr. nervonsneM. Unpour. confusion of i.lea. imlul-
Vlioa Ai tilt hart llnddttw iumKii... -i : t - I : . " K .
"i".V uiumraui mgni or glamors, tune Hsr oi me liena.
i?Lil'HZ u. fffrflfo of th" 1,T"r- ,JOK. "tomacU or bowel thesr terrible dHorders.
iOrA'i.l f mUi 'L of youth -and arret prarticwM more fatal to the vic-tim than th
Z . . r ul 1 -"J"". i-iignitcg tie tr moi raaint hope or anticipations.
rcainng marruiKO lmposaible.
tJBW thttm rt1lf from the evil practice, which destroy their uiental an.! physical
TBeyoiotom f which ar a dall'dlatred mind, wb ch unfit them for if riormiu- their bus
umsaaa octal dutlee, makes happy marriKes nposlble. dlHtrevson th action of the heart
epremiioa of pirits, t11 foreboding, eowaraic , dreauut. revtleas nlghu. dUzinesa, for-
uliM aaaral discharge, pal a In the bek and itipe. short breathiutc. melancholy, tire
easily of eunjpaay aad have preference to be at ,. feeling; aa tired In the inornlng an when re-
""". Mmmai weaaoeaa. loai manneod. while urn eepol( in tne untie. nervousness, treniblinf
vi ibvuui, wiwit mhi wru wijum. ay -vrM, rraupivii, paieucss. pain ana wtu
es in iae umM, eta., snooid coneoit me immeai ieiy ana oe rcsioreu to perteci oeuiln.
Who have boeoiB tIcMib of olltanr vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which annuaJle
f wop mm unj ! --.uiiu vi juuiig turn ui csaiteu laiem ana unitiaut inietiecc
wne Hiai oiaerwuo eatranee n.T.ening senators witn toe thunders ol their eloquence or waken
. svocstacy tho Itviag lyre, may call with coaHdence.
A CURE WARRANTED.
; Persosta raiaedn health by unlearned pretenders who keepn them UifllBjr m'Dth after month
; taluag poUwaous k&d tajuloua cumpounds. should apply lmmel lately.
a4uated at one of he most eminent colleges in the United tt'tates. has effected some of the
ji MioauB.Di cum u wore eitr anown. diany irouDiea with niiKlux In the ears and
a won aoieep. it res nervousness, vein
n aoleep. it rest nervousness. beinKaJsrmed at certain sounds, with fremient blushinirs
soiueUifies wijh derabKement of the tulnd. were cured Immediately.
TAKE PARTICUAR NOTICE
"r. V. addresose all those who have Inlnre themselves bv liniirmwr iiulniaiiK.
J habtU wMb rtUJi both mind and bod j, uoBttln them fr business, study, societv or marrlace.
7hc are some of the sad. loeloocboly effects prodtced by the early habits of youth, ru
weak aces of the bade aad 11 tubs, pains la the head and dimness of siirht. loss of muscular now.
ere. palpJtaUon Of tire beslrt, drspepela. tiervmis Irrnal-lllty.derar.Kenient nfdlicesttvefiuictlvtis I
Ifjiy, eouptton, efc. j
we don't vant and won't have him
her.-. It he aticuip: t come he will
be ordered t and if h pers'st on
coming theie in ty ho trouhle." Short
i3 here and says he is joing hack Just
how he will ;e; there, or w hen he do s
sot know. lie will be disguised, how
CYCLONE IN TKXA.S.
G.iJveston, Texas, May 17. A News
special reports ut Deui5o:i this morning
tltat a cyckxie struck the wett sid.; ol
the tity about 10 o'clock. A small
house occupied by the family of James
ttuich, was blown to atom?. Mrs.
liurch ai.d child were teriouslv injured
The Dajtist church was entirely de
molished. The brick residence of An
drew McMurty was blown down. Mrs.
McMurty and her mother were buried
in the debrs, uud thought fatally in
jured. The colored school was torn
from its A.uii.iatioiin and badly moved
r ences and .-hade trees suffered. The
cyclone lasted oniy a iititaite, but the
rain fed iu torrents. At the Mineral
NVells there was a terrible wind storm.
Dr. lining' dra stoee was blown down,
the i.-e ere tu saloon owned bv Schlitz
had a tin roof torn down. Smaller
buildings wire more or Icsa injured.
The wtml was blowing a heavy gale
from the north, an 1 the tuo met with a
iettrfiil din. At Hi)lboroit heanv rain
THE STAR KOUTEKS.
Washington, May 17. Owiug to the
illness of juror, George B. Sherifl. no
nroiircss was made in Hie star route
trial today. Defore the court adjourned
Judge Wylie referred to the crazy law-
year. EuLrliind, who still frenucnts the
court house, and declared it whs a dis
grace that the proper authorities had
not taken charge of him. The court
had ordered the bailifi' to exdude him
from the court hotts, an 1 lor tiiis he
had threatened to shoot the personnol of
the court. Of course, this threat woidd
have been disregarded had they been
made by a sane person, but as it was,
no one knew what might be acted upon
by the unfortunate man. Adjourned
until tomorrow. '
THE ARMY OK TUB POTOMAC.
The United States steamers Talla
poosa and Ewing, a..d steamboat
George Leary, today conveyed mem
hers of the society of the Army of the
Potomuc and a number of invited cuts is
to Mount Vernon. Tonight a grand
banquet will be giveu the society.
The society of the Army of the I'o'.o
mae has been favored with another per
fect day, and the programme for their
entertainment ha been carried out to
eminent satisfaction. For the excur
sion to Mt. Verunou today three steam
ers were employed, the George O "Leary,
a lurge river steamer, and United States
steamer Tallapoosa, and the reveuue j
cutter Kwing, two latter having been
placed at the disposal of the committee
by authorities of the navy and treasury
depnrtmeuts On the three b.iats were
about seven hundred members of the
society an 1 their guests, including
TO Jti; UAN(iKl).
Dublin, May IT. Daniel Curley, an
other condemned l'hocnix p.-nk murder
er, will he hanged tomorrow. His fa
ther and wife visited him today.
TIIK VATICAN illSLKIi.
Dublin, May 17. O'DonnclI, member
of parliament for I)tinoven,in a letter
to the Freeman's Journal, referring to
the papal circular to arch bishoj s, fay-
the Vatican has been misled by specious
mendacity, whiclt availed ilselt of the
monstrous ignorance of Irish affairs at
Home. It characterizes Errington, wh.
lias been the medium of communication
between (Jrcat Britain and the Vatican,
as a sneak and renegade. It says the
attention of the Vatican should be cal
ieu 10 crime tosiereu oy jungiaml s en
forcement of its infamous rode.
WAR IN AFRICA.
Durban, May 17. News has been re
ceived that King G'ctewayo, having ad
yancrd to attack Ohaw and LVibelm,
I he latter chiefs combined their forces
and utterly routed ( etewavo. First
accounts of the cniragonicnt i.tit the
loss at f-ixly thousand men, hut this is
prob.tL ly exaggerated.
Loudon, May 17. A dispatch to the
Daily Teh-graph from Vi-mna, say-i the
-uitan has agreed to convoke the Tii'k
lrh parliament which will r-.-e:iibl(;
the its.-embly of I5j7(. It will le com
poed f representatives of all regiments
and will meet in October.
Berlin, May 17. It is semi oliicially
announced that the reply of Prussia to
the last note of the Vitican makes no
reference to an organic revision of the
May laws. It is stated that Bismarck
has informed friends at the Vatican that
it will never again receive such favora
ble offer3 from Prussia as those now un
der consideration, and it will surely re
pent if it rejects them.
Dublin, May 17. The trial of C.n,
ney and Kington on the charge of c,n
spiracy to murder is postponed until
n ext assizes.
(Chlc&Go, Durllnston A. Oulncy Railroad.)
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vuivuiic uiutirs. i unman r.ii i.-i- , (
the famous l It. & g. Iinm 1 uik n;:, .1 r. , ;!
from Chicago Kms:is ( at v. Chi ':i:;o A1- "i
Bluffs. ChicAiro A IHjm Moiin-s. t 'lni-i',. :;t .1...
seph, Atchison A Tip-.lca. Only thrri,-;i hrji- Ih--tween
Chicar, Unroln & Itenver. Tltrwh -:ir.t
lietween Indianapolio ,t Coun ii UUifr. i i IVorin
All connections niade in Union Ix-ii.ils. it is
known as the exeat THROUGH CAR LINK.
r.cr;c: mcith akc couth
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t'.-i- iiinil iil to ami
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Paul u'i.I A.iiiHmm.:i .: I'm lnrf'.im v. il ii IiIiiiii;
i In. u s to mi l fi '.uiM l.'ii.n uii I I'cui In nuil to
i.ii.l In, 1. 1 It I.iiiw mill iiltuiiiMit tiiily im
linii-- if vr.ru lii-tv. !; M Ij.uiH iui. )i-
.Mi'ii:i-s, inufi, i.i!i-olii, Ni-l,r.i;.iiii, untl l' iivor.
It e: ui lver-tilly mluiittsl to ! the
Finest Equipped Railroad In tho World for oil Claesos of Trisvol
JT. J. POTTER, 8d Vice I'rcs't anl Oen'l Manager. I'URCKVAb LOWF.I.I.. G.-ti. I'aha. A t. (,'lilcso.
I I WscKno Vouts-VXj
EAST WAR D
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i luiilv Kxii.-k, Trains fur Ih-nvi-r, .
M.-. IIUK ill l IMUII l. ,t f- all PuilllN
( I. lil':u ii I f-ili f 1 1 f . .... I i .T
kiIU. l.i.i.ui.i p.iii.i.n. f.i.,. i i ..i . in" en ti
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Daily KxresH Trains for Omaha, ( liii-.t-K).
Kansas City. !St. I.ouis, ami all uoiulH
East. i'lu-oiiL'li cars via Pnuia ti ImPaua-
ItiuiiiK car east et' -Mi-:,iiri l;i'-r.
VIlliU lit.. I r
V.-Ici a New Koiitc In I In- Wi.i u ii I, L
ry ami a.lvaiitauc" iiiieiuah-il i-Ui.u I. ......
Tlir..uh Ti.-kelK at the !., st K.i( M are on sale ata!llli, iiu..ii lanl tali.n.s ai.d
liiffe will bee he.-ke.l t . est lat lu,.. Ai.y Informal ..i, as lu : :,l.s. ,,,., ' ' m(.
I.Ick will l.eelieerfully funiish.-.i iipui. ,;i,uli.-ali.i, I., any a'.'enl ur In
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Fi)7t SALE BV
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TO THE CITIZENS of CASS, COOTT Y
Knowing: that you rca'izo tlif fact that v.ithin the last
1 tlit prices of
m Fli Lie
K. &, St J.. 5 G B. B.
Safest. Best and Most Reliable
LINE IN THE WEST.
Magnificent D.ninj Gara,
Elfgait Day tJoaches,
Pullman Pakce Sleeping Cars.
2 St Louis Trains Daily,
2 Omaha Trains Daily,
2 Kansas City Trains Daily
2 Atchison Trains Daily,
Two Trains for
St. Paul, MinLeapolis, Sioux Citr,
And all point in northwest, u i tit
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Between tea? City an Et. Panl
many la lies and re.sitletits of Washing- ' ' " ' " ---
ton. A'colla ioa was sirvj.I oa oi It of EnRt. Wfist. Nnrhh Ar. Frmth
7 - - V- v, v " V 14 UUt
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Tickets for sale at all m.aular liei.rt oflicee.
Information regarding rates, ti:ne. e. cheer
fully given by a.ldresiiij;
. J, F. Barnarh.
A:J v.1"1- ' i"t
tien I Pasg Aiii
CITY of PLATTS3I0UTII
Valuable uutluts for residence pur
&age a addition lies south-west of
the city, and all lots are very easy of
acct&s, and high and sightly.
For particulars call on
E. SAGE, Pro'r,
SAGE'S IIABDWAKE STOttE.
Plattsmouth. Xeb. (
to be reduced to "living and let live" ju ices. We amiomic
that v.-c will not be under-old, and will duplicate anv price
quoted by our competitors, which are but a muis!! .ad vaneo
over wholesale prices, from which a faint idea may be gain
ed of the enormous pi ofit at which ood-; have; been sold
and the prices imposed upon be consuming
Wo sell at a small roiit. and expect to
1 .1 .,11.. T
on yumi joints :tii(i jo pric-s ail.'I ),!:
1 I i I 1 1 !1 1:1'
will do well to get
our price r.s v. t v iii
!'o or (in;
m a on monc
BENNhJTT & LEWIS
the boats and the trip do.vn the river
euiiven ;d Ly anny songs au-J inipronip
tu f-reeche'. After rtmaiuitiir two
hours at Mt. Vernon, the veterans re
entbaikid and were brrug-ht back to
the city, arriving at 5 p. in.
A banquet to-night at Abner'a sum
mer garden closed Frid ty. About 400
members and citizens of Washington
sat down to well tilled tables. The
garden was beautifully decorated with
downs, evergreens and bunting, and
from the galleries a brilliant a-scm-blage,
largely composed of ladies, over
looked the scene. The full marine
band furnished music for the occasion,
assisted by the gleo club of twenty
singers. The music was of a martial
character, ccnaisting riuciially of
arrangements of soldiers song in the
rebellion. At the principal tables
were seated officers of the society and
ilirttiiiuuhel guests, among them
-. - ' ' ' . :
Cotr.e to th ,'ront with a c-inj l.-t.; f t,ck of
Staple and Fancy Groceries
FRESH AND NICE.
AVe alwajs buy the Lst goods in the market, and guarantee
we sell We are sole agents in this town for the sale of
PERFECTION" GROUND SI'ICLS
AND THE CULECKATED
BATAVIA" CANNED GOODS
Nothing finer in the market. VLilt's "Tiger" trend of ll.iltimere Ovst.r.
alwaj-B on baud. Come and see us. We Till make you glad.
uournaL"' eUcwhere. Fancy goods atTc6it. w
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