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NEWS FROM ALL PARTS.
The Platte lliver
.4 Tcrriblo Meanilioiit Kxploit-ion.
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Or4ra taken for WILSON LRUS.' SII1UTS.
MASON & HAMLIN
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y U J 0 IIENKY F. MILLER aud
DS MOINES I OMAHA MEDIAL DISPENSARY S,
ON ACCOUNT OF HIS
Immense Practice in Plattsmouth, Nebraska,
WILL MAKE niS NEXT VISIT ON
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Saturday, iV3ay 19, 1883
AND WILL RE3IAIX ONE DAY,
WHEBE mi CAX BE CONSULTED ON TUB
Ear & Eye, Tbroat & Langs, CaW, Kiflae
Bladder and Female Diseases as Well as All
Chronic and Nervous Diseases. .
" 2 lias dUcoTered tbe greatest cure In the world for weakness of tha baeic and limbs, Invol
Katary discharges, impotency. general debility, nervousness, laftcour, confusion of ideas, vatpl
tation of the neart. timidity, trembling. dimii(-s of iilir or giddiness, diceases of the liead.
- throat, nose or skin, affections of the liver, lnns. stomach or oowels these terrible disorders,
f"" arising from solitary habits of youth and iecr-t practices more fatal to the victim than tiie
I - saags of Syrens U the marines of Ulysses, biightuiK their most radient hopes or auticipations,
' renitering marriage impossible.--
' i Those that are euilering from the evil practice, which destroy their mental and physical
' ystem, cansing
' iTk ymptoras of which ere a dull' mslresscd m nd, which unfit them for perjrminff their bus
r y ;ess and social duties, makes happy iiirri:ise m possible. ditreeses the action of the heart
.i -pressioa of spirits, evil forebodings, cow;u iiccit . dreams, restless nights, dizziness, for---
Yulaess. unnatural discharges, pain la tiie ba and hips, short breathing, melancholy, tire
' 5 V ot company and have preference to be i . feeling as tm-d m the morning as when re-
i, constipation, paleness, rain ana waait
and be restored to perfect Health.
ronfL . S , YOUNG MEN
i "tVamo Tlctlms of solitary vice, that dreadful and destructive babit which annually
' an uutiiuely srave thousands of ytu C 'f cl exalted talent and brilliant intellect
pT -t otherwise entrance listening seuaiore with the ttiuiiiivrs of their eloquence or waken
s Imt tie Uvtiig lyre, may call with conlidence.
rl A CURE WARRANTED.
! i.oas rulnedn health by nnlearned pretenders who keeps them til.ling month after month
? ' poisonous and Injuilous enmpouuds. should apply lmnieduitc.y.
i . seminal weakness, lost manheod. whito re tif
' V va of thought, watery and weak eyes.d " cpMa
I llmha t . aboufd consult me imncedl ""lely
DR. FISH BL ATT,
ftuatedatoneof the most eminent colleges In the Lnited states lias eCected some of the
wit astonish ng cures that were ever known. Many troubled with ringing iu the ears and
d when asleo. ereat nervousness, being alarmed at certain sounds, with frequent blushing.
Vxded sometimes wijh derangement of the mind, were cureu immediately.
ire themselves by improper
Uom. W iuin both mind and body, unflttlg them zor nusiness, stuav. sncu
TAKE PARTICUAR NOTICE.
irimJ. Addresses all those who have injnre themselves by improper Indulge
nee and solitary
ne of the sad. ineloncUoly eflect prodtced by the early habits of yut!i, vi.
' - ' A the back and liuib. pains lu the bead and dimness oz signt, loss or muscuuir pw
" Uon of the lieAtt. dyspepsia, uerruas lrritaMlity. deranemeul of dlgesUve funUioii.
Now York, Muy i.. Iiiifcit;c89 fail
ures in the country for the last Bcven
days till mix r 15y, thhtcen les3 than las-t
I'llKTT v KjKIIY.
Cliicuyo, May '2; An Inter Ocean's
lieloit, Wis., Fj. t ial says tluriug a fierce
wind and rain storm today a number of
live fish, one of tlitm wiighing a joundt
dropped in tin; business streets, and
hailstones four inches in ciicumfereuce
fell, breaking many windows.
A PROMINENT JOUKNAL1ST fclCK.
Chicago, May 25. James AV. Slice.
han, who has been closely identified
with journalism in Chicago tor twenty-
five years and has been a leading editor
ial of the Tribune since IStffi, Iy in
at the point of death. His disease is
nervous prostration, with heart troub
VIHCS INI A ELECTION.
Norfolk, May 25. The election re
turns from the neighboring counties in
the state show severe losses by Mabonc
Lyons, coalitionist, has about 300 over
Devendorf, republican, and Wilson,
democrat, for treasurer. Norfolk county
elects Lessner, anti-Mah' nc republican
by about 350 majority.
THE TEMPERANCE FOLKS.
.Chicago, May 23. In the forenoon
the members of the right worthy
grand lodge of Good Templars attend
ed a reception at the Palmer House,
given by General and Mrs. Grant.
The afternoon was spent in discussing
the leport of the committee recotn
mending the organization of a Scan
dinavian errand lodge in New York.
A resolution was passed that it was
unadvisable to institute a grand lodge
on account of a difference in the lan
Chicago, May 25. rrovidence 9;
Detroit, May 25. Detroits 8; Bos
Buffalo, May 25. Buff alos 4 ; Thila
Cleveland, May 25, Clevelanda 4
New Yorks 3. Fourteen innings.
East Saginaw, May 24. Saginaws 7 ;
Bay Citys 1.
Peoria. May 24. No came on ac
count of rain,
THE FLATTE ON A BENDER.
Kearney, Neb., May 25. The Platte
river is on the biggest boom at this
place ever before known. It is out of
its banks and houses adjacent thereto
are filling with water. Traveling
communication between Kearney and
the southern Platte country is entirely
intercepted. The approaches to the
bridge are entirely washed away. The
dam of .the dry channel is also gone.
This was the first channel south of
the Platte, and was dammed up jsome
time ago by the commissioners to cur
tail the bridge expenses. A heavy rain
this afternoon, accompanied by hail.
No damage done.
Duluth, Minn., May 25. Duluth is
all excitement over the alleged dis
coveries of gold and silver within its
limiti. Last fall parties claim to have
discovered signs of silver near the ceu-
tral prt of the city. The owners of
the lota t'fean excavations this week.
Specimens are- taken out which indi
cate the presence of considerable sil
ver, but it is too early yet to tell much
about the ore. Operations have been
begun in other portiona. Jt js claimed
that gold has been found. There is 11
another discovery back of the city in
the valley, whejre it is claimed silver
and lead have been found in abund
ance. CROOK AND THE INDIANS.
Tombstone, Arizonia, May 25. Di.
II. P. Peterson, a reliable man just
here from the ranch of Don Suan, So
nora, reports the arrival of a Mexican
courier at the ranch yesterday, from
the direction of the headquarters of
the 2Ieican army at Opsura, with in
formation that Crook had an engage
ment with a large idy of Indians
near Guayacanope, in the SierrS Mad
ras, last week. Crook had sent for
ward a portion of the San Carlos
scouts, who were surprised by the hos
tiles and were driven back to the main
body of the general. An advance was
then made by the entire force, driving
the hostiles from their intrenched po
sition, and silling three. The remain
der broke and tied. Crook at once took
their trail, and started in pursuit
STEAMER BLOTVN Ur.
Sau Francisco, May 23. The steam
er Pilot blew up this morning near
Lakeville. It isestima'ed that fifteen
were killed. Particulars are wanting.
The stern wheel steamer Pilot, which
blew up this morning, has been run
ning for some years in opposition to
steamers belonging to the San Fran
cisco & North l'ucific railroad compa
ny The explosion occurred near Lake-,
ville, a mile above Donahue, in an arm der Italian and English men of war to
of the bay, know as Petalumna creek. I capture the director.
Although the disaster occurred this raids on the jews.
morning, it was three this afternoon lto6teff, Russia, May 25. A liussian
before the details reached here. Dis- i was killed here Tuesday by a Jewish
patches state that all the forward part I publican. Subsequently a mob attacked
of the beat was blown away, and the J several houses aud shop occupied by
after part floated 3u0 yards and then Jews, which they robbed, demolished
grounded, on the west side of the or burnci. The riots continued until
creek. Two persons were killed, sev- at uight. Three companies of Cossacks
en wounded, and eleven are missing, were ordered to the scene, but were un
supposed to have been drowned. Mrs
McNear is missing, but her baby was
saved. The wreck is almost inaccessi
ble. The officers of the steamer Dona
hue report that when passing Donahue
anding they noticed the Pilot coming
down thecreek in mid channel. A few said the Pope spoke to bun concerning
minutes afterwards they saw no sign 1 men acting for the state in Kurope, and
of the incoming steamer. The rumor said he leareil even in jreiuuu, wincn
spread that a terrible disaster had oc- had been a great consolation to lmu, a
iim in., m nr.1. Bnirit. of lawlessness ha-1 seized upon a
water for navigation above her land- large section of the people. The urch
ing levee, and she could not go to the 1 bishop said that there was no lawless-
wreck. A message was sent to Peta- J uess in his diocese, and no notable ciime
luma directinfr a relief train with phy- had been committed there. On pnrtin
able to restore order. It is learcd
there will be a further outbreak ngaiust
Aitcumsiic r choke.
Dublin, May 25. Archbishop Crokc,
in Ins remarks at Tharlts yesterday,
sicians and nurse3 for the wounded, to
be immediately dispatched to Lake
ville. When the relief train arrived,
the surgeons on board found little to
do, as of all of those known and be
lieved to be on board, none but the
captain and two others on the Pilot
could be found. They were discov
ered in fields seriously injured. Search
was made in ever direction near the
bank, and four more, one after another,
were found, more or less injured, some
with an arm or limb broken. One was
but slightly hurt, ho having fallen in
long grass, from which he managed to
crawl to higher and drier ground.
The last reports received show that
eight are killed, seven wounded, and
ten missing. Most of the latter are
probably dead. The names of the pas
pengers cannot bo definitely ascer
tained, as no names were recorded at
the points of departure. It is known,
however, that one family of twelve
were on board bound for Arizona.
the Pope gave Archbishop Crokc his
blessing, and assured him of his good
MARTIN LlTHEIi's JlIHTUDAV.
Berlin, May 25. Tho emperor has is
sued a decree ordering tho 10th and
11th of November next to be observed
as the four hundredth anniversary of
the birth of Martin Luther.
Cutting Down Indian Supplies
ST. PAUL NATIOAL BANK.
Washington, May 25. The comp
troller of the currency has authorized
the St. Paul National bank of St. Pau
to begin business with a capital of
TREATT of peace.
The department of state has rec
eived authentic information that t
treaty of peace has been signed by
Chili and General Iglesias for Peru.
APPEARANCE OF YELLOW FEVER.
The national board of health' has
been informed that twenty-five deaths
from yellow fever occurred at Havana
for the week ending May 18, and the
disease has made its appearance
among the shipping at that port.
Lieutenant Colonel Ingles taa tel
egraphed the adjutant general with
drawing his resignation, saying he
prefers being tried by court martial.
The offense Colonel Ingles js charged
with is duplicating pay accounts.
SUPPLIES CUT OFF.
With a view of keeping the Indians
on their respective reservations, and
also reducing the expenses of the In
dian Kervice, the commissioner of In
dian affairs has issued a circular to
agents at Indian agencies, directing
them to discontinue supplying Indi
ans with tea, coffee, sugar and tobacco
except as compensation for labor performed.
In the star route triift Ingersoll
made a rapid summarj' of the evi
dence as it appeared to him, and con
cluded as follows: Gentlemen The
fate of these men is in 3-our hands.
Everything they hold dear in your
;owcr. We want from you merely
an honest verdict. It is for vou to
ay whether these defendants shall be
clothed with honor or shame. Noth
ing is so profoundly sad as to wreck
human being nothing so profoundly
Cass County Iron Works
WAYMAN & KIRHY, Propr's.
MA N UFA rruu IS IIS
IRON FRONTS. HOUSE COLUMNS,
Our facilities fur heavy wik in Chn,.i.s .m.l Clint. for l!uhicss IIouhch ar
ot surpassed in the State.
MACHINE HKrAIIJINti of all kind.. Our Mucin:..- Shop is fully -juipj.I
for all classt-s of work in iron.
Patronize Nebraska 1 a an u tact 11 1 in-c. We duplicate nil cuntcm i-i'icch, having
freight and time.
Parties building 111 any part of the Slate iould write loi our bun ! Ji.;M
CASS COU2STTY IilOXT WOEKS
ire:i 11111,1882. I'l ATI'S MOUTH, N 1011.
And Tinners' Stock
FOR SALE BY
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has just received a large stock of
manufactured. In addition to a
general line, I keep the celebrated
BINDERS and CANTON PLOWS.
Four kinds of the best tongue
less cultivators, with other stand
Don't fail to call and see me.
CED ill CREEK, NEW.
home covered with
shame. I want a verdict that will
relieve my clients from the agony of
two Iisng years; that will lift from
thiru the cloud; a verdict that will
011 their coming days and nights wiih
joy; that will fill their minds with a
sense of joy and gratitude forever to
you, one and all." Many ladies were
weeping when Mr. Ingersoll sat down.
Ail tha spectators were visibly affect
ed. The tt !eo.ej here rested their
case, and the court adjourned until
A KIG HOB 11 Ell Y.
TIIE DIItECTOn'S ROBBERY.
Panama, May 25. There is great ex
citement In Guayaquil about the robbery
of $320,000 from the bank by the direc
tor, Veiutimalla. Most ot the money
belonged to foreigners, wha are endeav
oring to induce their governments to or-
Tie Favorite Lie
K. ., St. J.. H.
Safest. Best and Most Reliable
LINE IN THE WEST.
Magnificent Dining Oars,
Elegant Daj Coache3
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars.
2 Si Louis Trains Daily,
2 Omaha Trains Daily,
2 Kansas City Trains Daily
Atchison Trains Daily,
Two Trains for
St. Paul, Minneapolis, - Sioux City
And all points In northwest, with
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Between Kansas City and St, Panl
All trains run on tlme,connec:ir. foi all points
East, West, North & South.
Ticke'" for sale at all resular ticket officei,
Information regarding rate?, time, &c. cheer
fully given ny addressing
J. F. Barnard.
A. C. Dawks'. (ieu'1 Su.
Gen'l Pass Agsn
mcag.j, mj r';ngtori & Qulncy Railroad.)
2 1 fc"""iS
GOING EA8T AND WEST.
I Elfgant Day Coaches, Parlor Cars, with Reclin
ing: Chairs (saata free), Smoking Cars, with
volvine Chairs. Pullman Palace SleeDintr Cari and
the famous C. B. & Q. Dining t ars run daily to and
from Chicago 4c Kansas City, Chicago & Council
Bluffs, Chicago A Des Moines. Chicago, St. Jo
seph. Atchuon II Topeia. Onlv through line be
tween Chicago, tancoln St Denver. Through cars
between Indiaaapolis & Council Blurts via Peoiia.
All coanections made in Union DenoU. It is
known as the great TUEOUGII CAB LINK.
GOING NORTH ACtO SOUTH
Solid Trains of F.lgii)t lav Coaches and Pul!-I
iaun Palace Sleeping Cars ar run daily to and
iiuiji ot. iiiii, via 11 .::nir..ii. uuiucy, Keok'UK
liurlincrton. Cedar ltaii ds nr.d AlT-rt tn fcr.
Paul and Minrit-upolis: I'arlorCarswith lch'ning
c;hairs to and from St. Iuis ami l'eoria and to
ana irom bt. Mjiim awl Ottumwa. Oidy one
cnange ot cars between St. Louis and Lw
!Ho;its, Jov.a, Luicolu, -Nebraika, and Denver
It is universally admitted to be tno
Finest Equipped Railroad in tho World for ail Classes of Travel.
p. J. POTTER, 8d Vice-Pres't and ConT Manager. PERCEVAL LOWELL. Gen. Pass. Ag't, Chicago.
Daily Ex press'Tralns for Omaha. Chica
?:..Ka-K?sC,.tJr' Louis, and all point,
ARCHITECTURAL, WORK A
Plans and Speciflcatioos will be carefully
carried out, and full attention will - be giren as
to safety and durability. -
LESSONS ON PAINTING
In Oil. Water Colors, Crayon and Pencil. -OOice
over Solomon Nathan's store, Main 81
hast. Thrnn.h ..!.. 1.
-f wnt Pullman Palace Cars and
Day coaches on all through trains, aud i
Dining cars east ef Missouri RiAr.
Satio?3 Any Z0 1
"v vucniuii) luruisnea upon &nnHc Tf.m tn. ..,,V ..,.. . ' . " u"
i'nioii I i,ot t
vli J J- !i,,lv,'t 'f this line kIvoh the tra
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w.n.auuM ill II r.ilfll
routes or il:i:?ta-
AT JOE MeVEYV
You will- Gnd the Finest Imported
French Drandy, Champaign, and other
Fine Wines, Pure Kentucky Whiskies,
several of the best and most popular
brands of BOTTLE BEER, Fresh
Beer always on draught, and " Fine Ci
LAFE O'NEIL, Prop'r,
Beer Hntton Perl' Yeal GMctrasc
Col. taiitiv on hand.
Also, all UaJ of (iAMil inse.io;". aid v
eryihics Kept ia
FIRST-C1..4SS 31K.1T l!OII
At lowest ixjselbie rates..
North Sile 51 tin Stv -
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