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Orders UkH for WILSON BK03.' SHIRTS
DS MOINES a OMAHA
ON ACCOUNT OF HIS
Immense Practice in
WILL MAKE HIS
Saturday, R3ay 19, 1883
AND WILL REMAIN ONE DAY,
WHERE HE CAN BE CONSULTED ON THE
Ear & Eye, Throat & Lungs, Gatarrh, KiQne
Bladder and Female Diseases as Well as All
Chronic and Nervous Diseases.
Has discovered the ereatest cure ia the world
tint&ry dLscbarges, impotency, general depiutv,
lauon oi ine nearc, uiniaiiy, iremDimp. aininess
uroat. nose or skin, anections oi tne liver, langs.
arising- from solitary habits of youth and secret
one of Syrens to the marines of Ulysttds, blighting their most radient hopes or anticipations,
rendering marriage impossible. . J . , ,
Those that are suffering from the evil practice, which destroy their mental and physical
' ystom. fan sing-
The symntoms of which are a dull' distressed
iaessand social duties, makes happy marriages
retfnlness. nnnatumS discDaives. pain in the ba
easily of company and I
id have preference to bo al
irins;, seminal weakness, lost manhood, white
est in the limbs, etc., should consult me immedi
t. WaierT Alia wc. cvca.iu
r I A
, : YOUNG MEN .
"Who have become victims of solitary vlee, that dreadful and destructive habit which annually
sweeps to an untimely grave thousands olyoung men of exalted talent and brilliant iutellect
wbo might otherwise entrance listening senators with the thunders of their eloquence or waken
to ecstacy the liTiug lyre, may call with conndence.
A. CURE WARRANTED.
Persons ruinedn health by nnlearned pretenders who keeps them trifling month after month
takma do Uo nous and lnliuious enmpounds, should apply Immediately.
. DR. F1SHBLATT,
aduated at one of the most eminent colleges in the United statm. has effected some of the
t astonish-ng cures that wre ever known. Many troubled with ringing in the ears and
d when asleep, great nervouMness, belor alarmed at certain sounds, with frequent blushing,,
nded sometimes with derangement of the mind, were cured immediately.
. : ; TAKE PARTICUAR NOTICE.
Dr. F. ddrsses all those who have Injnre
Habits which ruin both mind and body, unQttig
Tboso are some of the sad. meioncnoiy enecis
WcaiBSM OI me Pc mtn uuiub,
rs, paiUHSI.lvM d VUO ub J I I -
e- vowtnUC' elMwherc FancV broods at
MASON & HAMLIN
HENRY F. MILLER and
MEDIAL DISPENSARY S,
NEXT VISIT ON
for weakness of the back and limbs, iiivol'
nervousness, langour, codiusiou oi mean, iipi-
oi eigni or Eiaamess. amenst-a ui wie ntrau.
stomacn or Doweis mese lemoio u wruep.
practices more fatal to the victim, than the
mind, which nflt them for penormlng; their bus
ni possible, distresses the action pf the heart
and hips, short breathiug. melancholy, tire
I UlCdUlSt UlUiO, uiuiuvi y-
feeling as tired in the
as tired in the morning as when re-
e deposit in me urine.
ae, nervousneHs, irem onng
paleness, pain and wttak-
- vb,;w,.bvu. y
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Ut-ly and be restored to perfect health.
themselves by improper Indulgence and solitary
them for business, study, society or marriage.
prouicea Dy tne early Jiablts of youth, viz .
. iiuu ui wn ui muscular pow-
J .. uioiiiio iujivUVI1I I
A Fatal Accident at Wy
more. The Dakota Capitol.
A Furious Forest Fire.
CLEAKINO HOU-iE UUSINK8S.
Bobton, May 21. The total gross ex-
chniieri ut tweuly-fivc jeading clearing
lousc-a iu the United Stutea lor the
week ending Mag 19, $1,008,225,585.
ACQUITTED OF CI1AHOK OF EMBEZZLE
Denver Mtty 21 This morning in the
case of Win. II. Bush, charged by ex-
Senator tabor with the einbt-zzlemtnt I
of $2,000,the jury were out five minute
and retnrnetl a verdict or not guilty.
Tabor received a terrible scouring from
ACCIDENT AND DEATH AT WYMOKK.
Wy more Neb., May 21. A fatal ac
cident occurred kerc yesterday, young
Master McKay accideutly shooting
young master Wilson, who died in fif
teen minutes after the accident. Each
lad was about sixteen years old. Both
families are almost distracted over the
INDIANS RATE A WHITE GIRI,.
Yankton, Dak., May 21. Officers
from above bring the report that seven
Indians of Brule agency raped & white
ffirl fifteen vears old last week. A dep
ute marshal leaves here tonight to make
arrests, and bring the parties to Yank
ton for trial. The penalty under tho
United States laws is death.
Fargo, Dakota, May 21. The capi
tal commission arrived here today
From talks with members of the com
mission it is evident that the brilliant
offer of Bismarck is having great weight.
It is the prevailing opinion that Bis
marck will be the next capital of Da
kota, and real estate men aie flocking
there, and buying property in anticipa
tiou of the bid of Bismarck being ac
Council Bluffs, May 21.
morning a Prussian named Frederick
.Tebe was found hanging in a vacant
building in this city, When discovered
life viU exlinct. On his body were
found a few dollars in money.nnd a note
for $100 payable to Hans Kasmuis, of
Omaha, and papers which showed the
deceased to be a discharged soldier of
the Prussian army. A few hours after
Solomen Fredericksen, aged about sixty
years, was found hanging in a shed on
his premises, and was taken down dead.
Mental troubles are supposed to hare
been the cause.
THREE MEN KILLED IN A FIGUT.
New Orleans, May 21. A Times
Democrat, Arnith, La., special says yes
terday evening Guyon and Pierce Lan
cer and Win. Curley were murdered in
the southern portion of St. Helena par
ish. Guyon and Pierce are the sons of
Pierce Lancer, senior, who was murder
ed by three men years ago on the Baton
Rouge road, in Livingston parish. Sus
picion pointed to James and Wm.
Curley as the assassins. Pierce and
Guyon Lancer resolved to avenge his
death. About a month after the mur
der of Pierce Lancer, James Curley was
murdered. It is suppssed that Wm.
Curley and Rob't. Morrisson, his
brother-in-law, ambushed themselves
and awaited the coming of the young
Lancers. In the fight which occured
the Lancers and Curley were killed.
A DESTRUCTIVE FOREST FIRE.
Montpelier, Vt., May 21. At
Gralton Pond, twenty-three miles
from here, on the line of the Mont
pelier & Wells River railroad, last
Saturday morning, there was the
most destructive forest fire ever
known in Vermont. It originated
by the burning of brush about noon
and the wind blowing a gale, the
flames swept everything before them.
The fire burned the depot, water
house and four hundred cars of wood
of the Montpelior and Wells River
railroad at rafton pond, and then
swept away mill property consisting
of a large steam mill, with several
thousand dollars worth of machinery,
one large and several small tenement
houses, occupied by twenty families,
and destroyed 200,000 feet of dressed
lumber, 400 cords of . bark, several
barrels, fitty-eight ox sleds, two car
loads of hay, twenty-tbree freight
cars, live stock, and nearly all the
personal property of the twenty fam
ilies. Men, women and child rrn
took refuge in the pond on rafts and
boats . Much of the property be
longed to A. T. Baldwin of Wells
River Baldwin's loss is over $100,
000, with small insurance. Some
fifteen men. women and children
came here Saturday night after lhe
burning. From the mill to Peabody
Station, the entire territory on both
sides of the track, about six miles is
a perfect waste. Timber, buildings
and everything burned. The rail
road track was destroy ed . The loss
to the railroad company was over
$25,000. A gand of men are sawing
wood for railroad ties and living in
earn at Grafton pond. The station
barely escaped. John Morsey was
seriously burned. - It is not known
whether any perished or not. Bald
win was forced to take refuge in a
brook running under the railroad,
and had to keep immersed for some
L , ;
STORM OX THE LAKE.
Chicago May 21. A storm of extra
ordinary violence prevailed on Lake
Michigan last night, and a number of
sailing vessels bound "for this port,
were wrecked, but the extent oi' the
disasters are only partially known.
The chief disaster thus far leported is
that of two masted schooners. Jen
nie Lynn, lumber laden, from Muske
gon, which made the harbor south of
the city during the night, casting two
anchors. Everything was made clear
above the decks, but the wind coming
from the northeast drove her toward
the shore. Her cable parted, and be
coming unmanageable, she was cap
sized while near land, about 5 o'clock
this morning. Mate Exel Sample
s want- for the shore and was rescued.
John Anderson, the captain. It. Pe
terson, A. llegelson, and a man named
Christiansen, were drowned. The ves
sel bore down on the outer govern
ment breakwater early this morning,
and the breakwater liaht having cither
been extinguished by the snnin or
through the inability
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house keeper to light it, she placed
ja an exceptionally exposed place.
The vessel was driven against the
breakwater, and afterwards carried by
the waves completely over tho obsti ac
tion into the harbor, where she soon
waterlogged. A tug succeeded in res
cuing the crew with the exception of
a young boy named Frank Miller, who
in the excitement threw himself over
board, and was drowned.
The schooner Henry Uerger, lumber
laden, from Luddinaton, was also driv
en against the breakwater and wrecked
but the crew was saved.
Conference of Railway Mai
Star Route Trials, Etc.
Washington. May 21. The Presi
dent has appointed Samuel D. W. Fer
guson, member of the Mississippi riv
er commission, vice James B. Eads, re
signed. The President late this afternoon
appointed Walter Evans, of Louisville,
I Kentucky, commissioner of internal
revenue, in i lace of Green B. Baum,
THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE.
The President will probably leave
Washington tomorrow afternoon for
New Y'ork, to witness the opening of
the Xew York and Brooklyn Bridge.
He will be accompanied by Secretary
Folger, Secretary and Mrs. Chandler,
Postmaster-General and Mrs. Gresham,
Attorney-General and Mrs. Brewster
The regular annual conference of di
vision superintendents of the railway
mail service was organized at the post
office department to-day. The most
important work of the conference will
be the revision of the railroad mail
THE NEW REVENUE COMMISSIONER.
Walter Evans, of Louisville, who
was today nominated by the President
as commissioner of internal revenue
to succeed Rauin, is. a lawyer, about
forty-one years old, and served as lieu
tenant in the federal army during the
war. He was elected member of the
Kentucky legislature from Christian
county in 1871. He was senator from
the same county in 1873. In 1879 he
was nominated for governor, on the
republican ticket, and made an active
canVass of the state. He was at one
time a law partner of Benjamin II.
Bristow, iu Hopkinsville, Kentucky.
He was a Bristow man at the conven
tion in 1876. In 1880 he was a dele
gate at large to the Chicago convention,
and was one of the 300 who supported
Grant. He has not heretofore held an
appointive office, although he has had
considerable influence in the distribu
tion of federal patronage in Kentucky.
He is a warm friend of the postmaster
general, and it is understood the latter
was instrumental in securing his ap
pointment. The new appointee was
qualified and sworn today at Louisville,
the occasion of the hurry being that
the ten days for which the acting com
missioner, could be appointed expires
THE STAR ROUTES.
Col. Ingersoll resumed his argument
in the star route trial today. He made
a bitter assault on the character of
Moore's testimony. Ingersoll contin
ued his review of the testimony of
Rerdell, going over the MacVeagh and
James interviews, discussing the " red
book " story, and painting out conflict
ing statements. Ingersell bad not con
cluded when court adjourned.
THE OTHER SIDE.
The Coming Coronation.
An Author Dead.
PREPARING FOR THE CORONATION.
Moscow, May, 21, The special em
bassv whiah will represent France at
the coronation of the czar has arrived
here. Windows from which a view can
be had of the principal ceremony et the
day of the coronation are being rented
At; prices ranging from 100 to 1,000 rou-
blea each. The police rcnirJ persons
hiring them to give natihfuctory refer
ences as to their character-, and will al
low no one to occupy wiudnws until it is
proved that there has been no suspiciou
on the person. They have Ik-mi fnrMu
den the carrying of onin into build
ings from which tin vi-w m:iy be ob-
aiued, as they fenr (.hunt articles con
taining dynamite, and in i ended for use
as bombs, may get into t!i- houscst and
be used ugtiiut the czar.
TJIK I'AKNICLL KU.MJ.
Loudon, May 21. T.m fuud for Par-
nell now amounts to JlD.'MU. It has
jceu decided to keep the subscription
1st open until "0,000 is ruiscd. Sev
eral meetings were held in London yes
terday, at which appeals for subscrip-
ions to the fund were made.
Til K (IUVKKNOK i KNKKA1.SH 1 1.
Loudon, May 21. The Pall Mall ga
zette states that the governor general
ship of Canada, iu buccessiou to the
Marquis of Lome, has been o fie red to
the Marquis of Luiidsowue, who has at
eeple.L Landsowne will probably sail
for Canada next October.
AN AUTIIOK DEAD.
Loudon, May 21. -Arthur Matteson,
a well-known author, is dead.
Moscow, May 21. The emperor and
empress gave a reception to the special
foreigu embassies here to attend tiic
coronation. The weather is fine. The
city pieseuts a brilliant and picturesque
scene. Many delegates have arrived
Madrid, May 21. The government
has been urged to pay the American in
demnity. Provision will be made in
the Cuba budget for upwards of $52,
600, being the remainder of the award
fixed by the Washins commission.
L C, St J- 3 C B. E.
Safest. Best and Most ReliaMe
LINE IN THE WEST.
Magnificent D ning Oars,
Elegant Day Coaches,
PullmaiijPalace Sleeping Cars.
2 Si Louis Trains Daily,
2 Omaha Trains Daily,
2 Kansas City Trains Daily
2 Atchison Trains Daily,
Two Trains for
St. Paul, Minneapolis, Sioux City,
And all points in northwest, w ith
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Between Kansas City ant St. Paul
All trains run on Ume.conneclinK for all points
East, West, North & South.
Tickets for sale at all rcwular ticket offices,
Information regarding rates, time, &c. cheer
fully given by addieswiug
J. F. BAKVARD.
A. C, Dawks, tten'l Supt,
Gen'l Pass Agen
HARRIS & UNRUH,
FURNITURE '8 COFFINS,
and all kinds of goods usually kept in a
FIRST CLASH FUHXITCHE STOItK
Also, a very complete stock of Funeral Goods,
Our New and elegant hearse is always iu
Remember the place, in UNION
BLOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Coun
Whear we may be found night or day.
HARRIS & UNRUH,
24tl3 PLATTSMOUTH. NEB
Wagon, Bxnjgy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, and genetal jobbing
I am now prepared to do all kinds of repairing
ui larm mm uiner macmnery, as mere
Is good lathe in my shop.
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
has taken charge of the wagon shop.
He Is well known as a
NO. 1 WORKMAN.
Stow Wat-oni and Buscie wade t
Stat & Monro Sts.. Chicago.
Will ml prapttd to ray mUrmm tMr
BAND CATALOGUE, I
far I Mi. iwt p, l E.ugriuf;
of I MtramOTita. Buib, Cap. Belt,'
Pem post, Eiaulvu, Cf-Lnf.
Standi. Dram Unt FtfT. ai
14. lZ: Eiiadrv itaad OtiltiU. KaKarac
tamkvaM laciMai imtnirtMB avs-
f or Aaaw ntt iu laiiaa;
MM V M
r "BURLINGTON- RO U T L "
GOING EAST A WO 'AT.
Klurant Day ("onehf-.. l'-.irl-r
'lug Chairs 0aU fn i i. .'iii"l.ire: '
vulring Chairs, I'liilinini l'.ilai-.- ;".
the famous C. U. A J. Diiiiutf ( um i
from Chicago & Kan.sas I l y, dii' -iv
bluffs, Chicago & UiM Moinrs. I ic.
seph. Atchiaon & Tmfka. Only t.p i
tween Chicaffn, l.inroln & Keiiwr. T!
tetwsn Indianapolis A Couricil I.!,..r .
Ail connerUons niacin in 1'iiion p.
knowaaslhe greot J'llRoLiii CAl: i i a
L. tri.A.. rn..innH oiiiim i i in tkr,
L t nvmnm vi1Ti in,., i Mr.-r
II. A J A A Alk&tof W V IVV- sii.v -'-- 'j - " -
Daily ExpresH Tniris fo:
go, Kaunas City, sr. l.nui
East. I hroupli t-al-i via
polls. Elegant l'lillni; n I';
Day coaches on I'll r: '.
Dining earn east cf Mis -:.:
' Tliroueli Ticket- :.t t'i
bfggat;e will be, cheek. -ii 10 n
blcs will be cheerfuliy la.
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11 LA.STviA.UO WESTWARD.
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IRON FRONTci. HOUSE COLUMNS,
Our facilities for heavy voi k in 'Ji)t::iins nntl Castings for Biihinesa IIousl-h are
ot surpassed in the State.
MACHINE REPAIRING of .-.II !,i;-.s. Our Machine Shop is fully equipped
for all classes of work in iron.
Patronize Nebraska mauuiac'.ur :;.'. We duplicutc all castcru prices, EavlDg
freight and time.
Parties building iu any pr.it ,: ! S. te t-l.uulil v.iiie for 1.1 tt-riue cf casings
MjrcU 11th, 1832.
has just received a large stock of
i hv best
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Don't fail to call and see me.
You will find the pinest ImporUil
French Brandy, ChampaiL'n. ami oilier
Fine "Wines, Pure Kentucky 'Whiskies.
several of the best nnd.most popular
brands of BOTTLE BUKl., Fresh
Beer always on draught, auu., Fine Ci-
jpurg. . - - auii.
ac QUincy wnnroao.;
CICpHG TJOJJYH AfiO SOUTH
..I.. i i.r i i.M-At.t. Ia (Vi.i-iip: arid I'litl
; . i t I ill io Sl'i i. iik' 'ar nr- run luily to aul
,. : t M l Ilaiili.lic.l, Oi.lney, K-kiik,
,..;.! .it. (V.l.ii l.-aplds and AIImtI Jj-a Ut Ht
. i. .im.i 1-arlor Cars with i::lin iik
rn-t from Ht. Ixnl an.i oUuinv.a Uniy on,
, i, ,.f Mm rvtwffn St. Ixuln aiiil Ih-.
i.tir,. to mi l from fit. ijif -"
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k!(.iii-;. Inwa. l.liiecilu, Keuratiita, nuuwuo.
I It ij iiuivcraall admitted to be the
World for all Clasoos of Travel-
rf.Rl'KVAL IjOW1.Ua. Oeu. Taus. Ag't. Chicago.
1); ily Kxiuenn Trains
11 ' t'olorado, i'tati. Caliloruln. and the eutl
"I West. 1 he nl vent -f tMs line nlves tho tr
"'I i veler a New Route to the West, with m -ii
iy and advantages iiiietjnuleil elsewhere,
vis on sale at ail tho Important tatlonn, and
A. y Information as to rates, route or time ta-
'i t!-"i to any ttu'ent or to
'.VWi'lt. tJciioral I i''ket Af;eiit, Omaha, Neb.
M Tinner Stocl
zOF ALL KINDS
FOn SALE DY
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g H A H S
771 I1VAVNNN ST.LOUIS.MO
f-, !c hy J. S. Duke, Agent '
fv Iron Works
PLATTSMOUTH. IS' El I.
iuUhium to a
kee the celebrated "
i :.nd CTOII PLOWS.
the best ton&uc-
with other staml-
LAFE CTNEIL, Prop'r. 1
i Beef Hcttonl Port-Veal Ctite &c,
Con-tantlv 011 hand.
Alvo, all kinds of UAJ1E m season, and ev-
eryiUns Uept In a
. rillST-CI.AfeS MEAT SIIOIf
1 v At lowest possible rates.
North Side if xin St., .
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