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.PER A KIOUGE BLOCK.
7r 1"- - Q q ? g- -Sep
THIS AND THAT.
Lydla Plnlvham Is No
New York Gamblers Catch It
Jero Dunn Acquitted.
Orders take for VfltSOX BBOS.' SHIBT8.
I X K
MASON & HAMLIN
P HENRY F. MILLER and
DES MOINES OMAHA MEDIAL DISPENSAR1S.
OX ACCOUNT OF HIS
Immense Practice in Plattsmouth, Nebraska,
WILL MAKE HIS NEXT VISIT ON
j. Saturday, May 19, 1883
AND WILL REMAIN ONE DAY,
WHEBE HE CAN BE CONSULTED ON THE
Ear k Bye, Til-oat k in, Catarrh, IhW
Bladder and", Female Diseases as Well as All
Chronic and Nervous Diseases.
Storms, Etc., Etc
LYDIA FINKHAM DEAD.
Boston, May 18. Lydia Pinkham, of
proprietory medicine fame, died in
Lynn, aged sixty four. She spent
8180,000 a year in advertising, and se
cured a trade netting $300,000 a year
GAMBLERS AND LOTTERY DEALEUS.
New York, May II. Seventeen
gamblers and lottery dealers were
found guilty today in the general ses
sions, charged with gamblfng and sel
ling lottery tickets. Eight were sen
tenced to the penitentiary for from
ten to thirty days, and to pay fines
ranging from f 1 to $30, and eight were
fined $100 each.
STBVCK IT RICn.
Springfield, Mo., May 17. A petro
leum vein was struck today at Cabot,
on the eastern division of the Mesa-
phis railway. Reliable authority says
there is no doubt of the fact. Out of
a single bucket of water drawn from a
public well where the signs were first
discovered, a larsje quantity of petro
leum was skimmed off.
AFFAIRS AT DODOR CITY.
St. Louis, May 18. The latest advi
ces from Dodge City, Kansas, are to
the effect that the situation is un
changed. The adjutant general of the
state, Thomas Moonlight, is there in
treaty with the city authorities, who
are offering a compromise, but nothing
definite has been done. A delegation
of twelve citizens of Dodge City have
gone to Topeka to consult with the
governor regarding the state of affairs
A dispatch from the governor says
Luke Short has a right to retnrn and
will be protected.
New Orleans, May II. A Times
Democrat Enterprise, Mississippi, spe
cial, says, Dr. J. M. Byrd, a prominent
physician of Paulding, shot and killed
Capt. "Win. Browe, ex-sheriff of Jasper
county, today on the streets of Paul
ding. They began firing simultane
ously, about forty yards apart, and ad
vanced close enough for Browe to
strike Byrd with a stick. Both parties
exhausted their pistols; Browe died
almost instantly from a shot in the
right side. Byrd was uninjured ex
cept by the blow from the stick. A
feud has existed for some time. "While
the difficulty was not unexpected, it is
greatly deplored on account of the
prominence of the parties.
Memphis, May 18. Daring the past
three days there has been quite a news
paper war conducted between General
Jan. R. Chalmers, of Mississippi, and
Colonel Galloway, senior editor of the
Memphis Appeal. Each has denounced
the other in unmeasured terms, but so
far no duel. is considered imminent.
The friends of Col. Galloway say he
gave the first offence by denouncing
Chalmers, and the challenge, if any.
should come from him. On the other
hand Chalmers' letters and telegrams,
which were published in the Avalanche
appeared first, and Colonel Galloway
should be the challenging party. Gen.
Chalmers is now at Batesville, Missis
sippi, engaged in law cases, but says
he will be in Memphis next week.
Chicago, May 18. Mr. Mills conclod
ed his argument at three o'clock, and
Judge Smith proceeded to charge the
jury. All of the items of instruction
submitted by the attorneys for the state
and defense were given to the jury ex
cept some minor ones which were coy
ered in more important instructions
The charge gave the usual definitions of
murder and manslaughter, and touched
upon the question of reasonable doubt.
The jury was instructed that if they
found that the meeting between hlliott
and Dunn was planned by the latter
Dunn and his friends quietly slipped
oat the back way, to avoid the crowd,
Chicago, May 11 It is learned here
that a cyclone passed north of Racine,
Wisconsin, about eight o clock this
evening and that a number of build
ings were destroyed. No partic ulars
are obtainable, as telegraph wires went
down at that hour, aad all communl
catiou northward between this city
and Milwaukee and St. Paul is cut off.
At this hour, 10 o'clock, an unusual
severe wind and rain storm, accom
panied, by thunder and lightening, is
prevailing here, signs being whisked
off and general clatter prevailing about
the streets. Fears are entertained
that some frail wooden buildings
in the outskirts have been blown
down, and shipping outside will
be driven across to the east
shoi e of Lake Michigan, A squall
struck the city this afternoon about. "00
tect iu length, and SO ft ft in width.
The temuornrv buildinc for the roiuini? I
g 4 r-f
exposition of railroad sr-pI'M't rs was
blown down, and four Hcikai n injur tl.
One had a Ire broken and one was
scalped. But ftfr the fact that the po
lice bad jut driven away a large num
ber of loungers about the place, the cas"
ualties would have been numerous. The
daaiage will be repaired in a couple of
Racine, Wis., May 18. A cyclone
struck the city at 7:13, coming from the
southwest, touching lightly in the north
western portion of the town, but doing
fearful havoc in the extreme northeast,
where some thirty-five to forty houses
are swept clear. The loss of life is vari
ously estimated. Four are known to be
killed and several are missing. The
track of the tornado was, as far as visi
ble to the south west, and shows every
thing t be leveled to the ground. The
darkness and confusion prevents any
thing like a reliable report tonight.
FIIOM THE CAPITAL.
Ingersoll Begins His Talk to
More National Banks, Ktc,
The Execution of Curley.
BURST HER BOILER.
Kassou, Ru8sia,May 18. The steam
er Iskatourumburg, plying on the river
Volga, exploded her boilers yesterday.
Twenty-seven persons were wounded by
- NATIONAL BANKS.
Washington, I). C, May 18. The
comptroller of the currency has
authorized the Mcrcliuntu' National
bank, of Griunel, to commence busi
ness rith a capital of $100,000, ami
the First National bunk of Sabetha,
Kansas, with a capital of $50,000.
G EN Elt A L CKOOK.
Adjutant General Drum received
advices from Whipple barracks, Ari
zona, this morning, which state that
General Crook has with him 200
Apache scouts and fifty cavalry.
Ingersoll began his address to the
jury in the star route cases today.
The government would have the
jury believe that Dorsey had told
Moore that he ( Dorscy ) was a rascal.
He told hun that became he was a
senator and wanted it kept a pro
fouud secret. That was what the
government called probable. The
jury would not believe it unless they
became insane, and they might if
the trial continued much longer.
The admissions of Bliss were the
only corner stone, the only pebble
for foundation for the government.
The case was agreement to make out
the necessary papers to carry out the
decision. What were those papers?
Simply documents to enable parties
to carry on the business of the routes
falling to their share. The court
itself had said th&t these same or
ders would have beeu made if the
transactions had been perrectly hon
est. Remember this text, that every
fact in circumstantial evidence must
toint to the guilt of the defendants.
That settled the papers. There was
no question about that. Adjourned.
(Chicago, Curlington A Qulncy Railroad.)
COINC EAST AND VC3T. GOING KOItTH AH9 SOUTH
KWnt Iv ifhn. Tartar '-ir vie- Kv-'in I s.'.l 1 i.iif i f I Ifi-niit I r t 'o.icln- ntid lii!l
ing Ch&ir (Mtatt fret-). StnoLi.-r; '.i"J. . it i U-1 'n m l nla.v .-"! i.ini' 'm ; un run cluily to ami
ollng Chuirw, fiilliuan I'aJaci- .;(- ,;;' (' u: mi ) ! fi--tn Nt l.o-iK ia Jlaiiiiil.nl, v"V. KM.kuli
the fauiuiu C. U. A J. IMnini: Tar ru.i l . '.v to nn I I !ti:i liti-'tuii. ('c!;jr i..-.M U at. 1 A lix-rt 1.1 ti tX
from Chic.iro A Kanaas ktr. Cbicai'.i 't . ou;:.! i i ni.I u:i.l Mifiii'-niiolis; l'arlorCui-.i willi Jtet-linlnc
Bluff a. Chicago & Oe Moii.. 1m- ..... ft. J j-, t lu.i, to uml fr.i.t :;t. Iiiw u.i.i Vrnrtix ami to
aeph. AlchiaiiD Topfka. dnlvtur i h hn;' lio from hi 1aw tiwl I liun. Uuiy no
twea Chicaro. Lincoln Jt Veowr. T :;-ui:h rars lumi'- of chi U-tren ht. I ahuh nuil !
brtwaen Indiaaapolia Council Uiu.T , v:a i'i.iri.i. .M'-oik-h, l.twa, ljiit jln, Ncl.nu.ka, kii 1 lt-iiver.
All coanactlona mmtr in Union l'i ts. It i- u'lorilo.
kaowatha jreatTHEOL'Gil C'Aii I I'.iL. I It i unirrrnai;aJ.i:i:tol t. l.o tlio
Flnst Equipped Rnllrosd In the World for all Classes of Travel.
fr. J. rOTXXB. Id Vioe-Prw'l aii l Ctrn'l Mnuirtr. PCIWJKVAI. LO7KU., Q. n. Ta. Aij't. Chicago.
1 Fail m
ra a r r M i RIB f5 i iTlS 7 A. J
Dally ExrreK Train
i nfctltiL' In I'nlon Ifiiot
Dally Express Tralus for Oid;i1i;i. CIiIoh-
go. KariHAS City, St. Louis, uml all ivoluU
cast, llirouifli c:irs via i eorl.i to ImJ
Colorado. Vtali. California, and Hie nti
WHt. Hie advent of this line give the Ir
vHer a New lloute lo the WKt. with wcua
ry and ativantaKu une(ualiMl fls;wlit-re. I
Through Tloketn at the Lowest V:ite- are on Hale at all tln important -tatlorm, uml
bftfiface will be chet-ked fo (listiiiiilion. Any informal ion as to r;ttt-s, routes or time ta
ble! will be cheerfully furnished uoon H)ni.'atliii to any airi-nt or lo i
V. H. KCNTIH, (jeneral Ticket Agent, Omaha, Neb.
Throuifh cars via l'eorl.i to Indiana
polls. Klezant 1 uluiian I'-mmv. Ors and
Iay coaches on all through trains, and
Dining earn eaat ef Missouri Kiver.
CKNTENNIAJ, CELEBBATIOX. T7 H fjf T H T) T) TJ
St. John, N. B. May IS. The centen- R , h M, J.. ll h K K-
nial celebration was participated iu bj
the entire population, as well as the peo
ple of" neighboring towns. The fire
men and calithumpians were a great attraction.
AN INFORMER FROM AMKRICA.
London, May 18. It is stated that an
Safest. Best and Most Reliable
LINE IN THE WEST.
Magnificent Dining Oara,
Elegant Cay Coaches,
x v lit a ' . f ixfa ' w r s s
m m mm
And Tinners' Stock
FOR SALE BY
ryy'a 'Hi '!!' lil f5-
ST. LOUIS, MO
S:Ic hy J. S. Duke, Acnt
informer who was brought from Amer
ica because of knowledge he posesses 2 St. LoiUS Train S 13a llv
rcmr(Hnrr th neranna imnliratprt in thfi I - '
r o x' 1 i
dynamite conspiracy, has been in Scot- 2 0lTi3,lia Tr3,lIlS D3,lly
j v.. . . .. I MA ! ajatmnnwuMai A j i aiai
MIoh, pavxtx-b . a ihsos Map iMins uaiiy XU Tti. i VL'l'LmN S 01 U ASS. CU U ITT Y
TtnhKn Mav IS Xf!.liaal IlovHt In A A 1 - PR - am - I m H
2 Atchison Trains Daily,
Two Trains for
St. Paul, Minneapolis, Sioux City,
And all point la northwest, with
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Between Kansas City anl St. Paul
All trains run on time.connecting for all points
a letter forwarding his subscription to
the fund being raised for Paruell, says
the Papal circular to the clergy is preju
diced and unjust, and must evoke strong
and painful resentment on the part of
Healey, member of parliament for
Wexford, in sending his subscription to
the fund, says Ireland will never take
religion from Errington or gratitude
AN OFFICER'S STATEMENT.
St. Petersburg, May 18. An officer
of the Iiwin regiment, who was recent
ly arrested on suspicion of being en
gaged in a revolutionary movement was
subjected to a severe examination, dur
ing which he mentioned the names of
several officers whom he declared to be
members of the revolutionary club. lie
stated, however, that the club pursued
certain objects that Lad bo connection
with the terrorists of the czar. On HARRIS & UNRUH.
ueariiie ok iuis iuo czar ueciueu to i
postpone the coronation, but was dia-
uadedfrom so doing. A number of FTTTJTTT,?TTP V. & HOPPTTTC!
nffipera and cmnrrla have been arrested I
in consequence of the prisoner's dis- and all kinds of joods usually kept In a
Dublin May Id. Curley, the second
man convictea or me murders or
Cavendish and Burke, wns hanged at
Kilmainham jail at eight o'clock this
Knowing that you realize the fact that within the last
six mo rit;s we have caused. the prices of
to he reduced to "living- and let live" )i ices. We annoimc
that we will not be undersold, and will dnnlir-nlc nnv nrlr-
East, West, North & South, quoted by our competitors, which are but agnail advance
Tickets f,r sale at aii re.uiar ticket office., over wholesale prices, from which a faint idea mav be "ain-
t$$&lS which -oods have lieen sold
j.r.u.AKNARD. I :..,.-.....! , 1,,, : ....1.1:, .
uen 1 oupt, I uvi UU-U1ILC9 iiji j m.u-.i unyn ijjij.-m i iii i u; ijiii;iiu.
"We sell at a small profit, and expect to build our trade
on good goods and low prices? and parties wanting
thin or n tha
A. C, Dawks,
GenT Pasn Agqn
mornlnrr Tha fail iu annrilA1 htv a
irj .u ruxn a veruici or guilty, it force of miliUry simllar to that on
A v. I tl f it
the occasion of the hanging of Brady,
they believo from the evidence that the !
will do well to get our prices, as v, e will rave
yer buying in Chicago or Omaha.
meeting was accident!, aad the first
on Friday last. After the priests had
FIRST CLASH FVRSITUBB HTOkV:
Also, a very complete stock of Funeral Goods,
tatloa of Uw koart. tlaaldH:
wm. booo or alia, asaet
of the 1
altar, dtmnrsa of alcht or
n . - -
ag iroat aoiuarr naoua of yoath and secret
Iver. lansa. stomach or
dlfTOf4 tfco greatet nn la the world for weakness of tbo baek and limbs, larol
ooan oi arroaa M in marlnca
roadortat marrtaao Inposalbla
,T fBf,?J "if ?ilBeT' n'l debility, nerrousnea. langonr. eonfnsioa of idoaa. palpi
tant or riddiaesa. diseases or the bead.
imaesor Dowels taoso temDie nsor
i Brroaa im taosnarlnea of LItsms, bilhtUE th-ir anoat radlont hopea or antlelnstioBS.
hestiIemovement was m.de by Elliott privately with the condemned MetalMWOOflenCuffllK CaStetS,ROl)eS,
they must acquit. As the reading of man iu hia ceii, mass was performed in emblems, e. 1 '
Tkoso laat ara aaSarlaa fram tha artl isnutti- hia Hatrn thir
sental aad pbrsioal
Tbo syaiatoats of whtea ara a dnlH dlatrossed miod. which aafit them for penorsHinr
laoaaaaaaoetaldatloa. saskaa happy anarrlaxes mposaiblo. dlatreeaea the action of the heart 1 mtrreeA
dapreaalea of aptrtu. ovU forebodlaas. eowardle . , draami. reatleaa nlghto. dlzdaesa. for- I
gaUalaaaa. wnaatorai dlsoharg-es, pain la the bak aad kipa. abort breathtag. melancholy, tiro ment 1
oaouy os ooaapwy asa aavo proiaraaoa iio no aj.nv. ieeiina aa tirea in too worning; aa wnen ro
Tinnx. aomiaai weaaaoaa. lost manhoodT white no deposit la tno urine. nerToaineaa.iremoiinf
oaf aaioa of thoogbt, watery aad weak ayea. d apepaia. coaatipatioB. paloaeas. pain and weak
est ib tae uan, ot saooia ooaaoit me imnaeoi veiy ana do reetoroa io perxect neaiio,
' YOUNG MEN
Who have boeoaie vtctuaa oi soutary vee. toat areaaiui ana aostracuvo habit which ananally
awoeae to aa aatlaaeiy gravo thoaaaads ofyoang mea of exalted talent and brilliant Intellect
who saiga! othorwlaa oatraaoe iiatoaing senators with the t a and era of their eloquence or wakoa
to S est a it the Uviag lyre, saar call with oonSdence.
- A CURE WARRANTED.
Fereeas rmiaoda health by anlaaraed pretenders who keeps tbera trifllag munth after month
y-r"g aataoBsaa aad tajaitou campoonda. should apply Immediately.
- DR. FISH BL ATT,
adoatod at oae of the most eminent colleges In the United states, has effected soma of the
H iHMuiB am um wwi im imd. aj iroaoiea wiia ringing m tne eara and
when asleep, great Borroasaose. being aJaxmed at certain aonnds. with freiuent slashings.
ded aomeUmee with derangement of tno mind, were cored immediately.
TAKE PARTICUAR NOTICE. -
Dr. F. oddraeaee all those who have Injure themaelTea by Improper Indulgence aad solitary
tbtts which gttla both mind and bodvr ooflttlg them for business, study, society or marrlaae
eee are some of the sad. meloaeboly oflects prod teed by the early hablu of youth, tu '
. . . II 1 I . L- V. . . m I I . a
tao DSyes; saa iidids. pun in hi wo aimneea oi Bigot, toes Oi m oscular pew
OS Bsw, oyapopaia. Barrow untmriuwj, aeracgasaeni oi aigasura fanrtlsBs.
tCXttiGxtittiXBCvT Fancy goods at"cbst..
the mstractions for the defense pro
gressed, however, his wonted composure
returned, and at the conclvsion he was
as calm as before.
The jury retired at 3:43, and the judge
left the court room, with instructions
to send for him as soon as the iurv
ef - f
About six o'clock an agree
was announced, and the judge
sent for. He came at 8:30, and the
jury at once filed in and the verdict of
not guilty was announced.
The demonstrations by Dunn's
friend were subdued in the court
room, but when they reached the out
side with him they gave free Tent to
Dunn went with a few friends to a
neighboring saloon and from then to
Clayton's place, In which Elliott wait-
ad for him a few days before the
. The news flew rapidly iu every di
rection, and Dunn 'a friends went run
ning along the street and shouting the
result. At Clayton, place a large
crowd fettered lo a few minutes and
the prison chapel in the presence of
the governor and wardens, when Car-
ley received the sacrament. Mean
while a group of wemen who gathered
outside the prison were on their knees
saying litany for the dying. When
the black flag, announcing that the
execution had taken place, was rung j
up, the crowd outside uncovered their
beads and words of sympathy with
Curley were uttered. A rush was then
made by the crowd for the garden
near by, where Curley's relations had
assembled, and where his father wae
kneeling and praying for the repose of
the soul of his son. The people soon
dispersed quietly. Curley walked to
the scaffold with little assistance and
seemed to be resigned to his fate, but
was hardly firm. He declined to make
any statement touching hie connection
with the crime. In a letter which
Curley wrote A hie wife, he said, -I
will take my secrete to the grave with i
me, and leave those that are at free
dom to enjoy it. I will die In peace
Our New and elegant hearse is alwaya in
ttemember the place, in UNION
iiJ-.OCJK, on Sixth Street. TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Coun
Whear we may be found night or day.
HARRIS & UNRUH,
Mats a Monroe Sts.. Chicago.
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."tea.. Dm MmimiS SteSV ul
him (r A film AuiL-uJ .
jt Clin Mu4 Mvkk
BENNbJTT & LEWIS
Come to t'io front wlih a coiTif.letf; stock of
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Fin:n !Vnd nice.
We always buy the best coruls in the market, and cruantntpfi
we sell We are Sole nirents ii: tiiis town for the sale of
PEltFECTIOX" GROUND SPICKS,
AND THK CELEBRATED
BATAVIA" CANNED GOODS,.
ITothlng finer in the market. Tlatt's -Titrer" brand of ItaUitiiort Ovatfr,' -
alwaye on hand. Come ajaU seo us. We will make you glad. -
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