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OKfU'lAtj l.lKlt ur TIIK CITY
C A. tlarliull, lentlt, uc
cnmm- lu flutter & MurMliull.
Tectli extracted without paiu,
lj use ul .Mlrou Onlile Cia.
A. SalUburr, OentlMt.
A Lire M.vln ITfent.
Mr. M. E. Allison, Hiitcliiim.ii, Kan.:
Saved Id lite by a wimple Trial Dottle
of Ir. Kin'a Nkw Diacovrry, lor Con
sumption, wliieli caused li i m to proem e
a l.irf liottlf, tliat completely cured
him, when Doctor, chnn: of climate
and everything else lid failed. Anth
ill 'Jionchiti.s, Hoarsenes, Severe
ChhrIi. mid all Throat and Lucy dis -euNt-x,
it : k'uaraiilciMj t eure. Trial
DotM.s fn- at .1. M. Hubert's Dru
Store. Lari.'izc $1.00.
Nov. '2'J, 18:5. wle6vr.
Til AT HAuKINJ CO J .11 can he
ho quickiy cured by Sti.lt.lia Cougli.
W'f warrant it.
WILL VOIJ SUFFEtt. .v it). Dypepia
and 1A ver Complaint? nIoh'a Yiiali
zer in 'iaraiitccd to enrn vou.
SLEEPLESS NICill r, made niier
iiblv ly tti.it terri-de cu?!i. ShilohV
Cure ia the remedy for you.
CATAUCII ClJKED, health and
Dirt brent h secured bv Shiioli's Ciit-
l'rice oO cents Nasal
I'm sal by Smith &
I)ec.l3eowd& w 1 y
These are Solid Fact.
The hi-st blood pnritlei and system
regulator ever placed within the react
of suffering! humanity, truly 18 Electric
itiiters. Inactivity of the Liver, Bil
lo'wiieM, Jaundice. Constipation, Weak
Kidney, or any dieae of the urinary
organs, or whoever requires an appetiz
er, tonic or mild Htimuiant. will alway
Hud Electric Hitter the bent and only
certain eur known. They act surely
and quickly, every bottle guaranteed to
give entire satisfaction or money re
funded. Sold at Qfty cents a bottle bj
J. M. Roberts Jand&wly.
Can anv one bunt us a case of Kid
ney Complaint that E'ectric Bitters
will n t Hpeedlycure! We say thev can
Dot .as thoiMaud of cases already per
m:ti enJy enn-d and who are daiiy
reeommeiidintr Electric Bitters, will
prove. Jlrinht's Disease, Diabetes.
Weak IJaek or any urinarv complaint
quickly rureil. They purify the blood,
reirnla'e the bowels, and abt directh
on the tlitea-ed parte. Every hoi tie
For sale at HOc. a bottle by J. M.
RoUrts. Nov. 29,-lje6v
A Startling Discovery.
Thysi Main are often startled by re
markab e dieovrrie. The fact that
I)r Kind's New Discovery for Con
sutaotiou and all Throat and Lung
disenses is daily curing patients that
thev have giv?n up to die, is startlinjr
them to realize theii eene of duty, and
examine into the merits of tins wonder
ful discovery ; resulting in hundreds of
our best Physicians . using it in their
Sracrice. Trial Bottles free at J.M.
lolwrta' Dru Store. Regular size
To the SMOKERS of
Bull Durham Smok
The genuine has picture of
BULL on every package.
For particulars see our next
The Ic Man.
J is. airfield h-v established au of
fiee at Monarch billiard hall, where he
will con fact with consumers to supply
Ice for the reason nt the lowest terms
Two hundred and torty acres under
fence, wiih running water, and one
half mite from the city. Apply to
5itf W. S. Wise.
M (V Conno- keeps on nan 1 the cel
ebrated Anher.ser Burch St Louis Bot
tled Beer and always ready to pay pac
ticular attention to his customers.
v Premium Shooting
: This week I will give a priz to sny
one making the greatest number of
bells in ten shots F r pirtieu a scall
at the gallery. W. P. FisboiCX,
Tlnrrah for Blalue aid ogan iears
at Schiegers Sbdtf
CORN COS pipos la every sty In
Lincoln yesterday voted bond for
water work1 and that city will have
i tic luxury oi palatable water alter a
The Perkins House dining hall in its
new decoration is additional evidence
of Mie taste and workmaijbhip of C. K.
J. W. Cutri;ht, ot tho Journal, is
home again from his visit to the Chi
cago convention, and reports a most
pleiiflanl vL-it ad around.
''"he horse I.K,tor. who has a wide
reputation oyi-r 'his weutern country,
is entertaining a large audience on the
si ret-1 tins i. in.
Messrs. Jcnuing, Morrinon, W. S.
86 and L. C. Utiles are attending the
lit-publican Coun'v Central Comtmtlte
meeting at Weeping Wafer today.
Acer's Aue Cure U w-trrented to
cure nil tutUrial disorders, when t'ie
directions are t'ai.hfully iollowa.
The Pullman cars that were wrecked
on the southern division of the li fc M.
are in the fhops here for repairs, one
ot them already having gone through
the necessary work.
Another wutch drawing tooigbt at
8 p. ru. last week, Henry lleraple wan
tne holder of the winning number and
the drawing tonight will be watched
Two neatly x'uruish 1 roomn, for gen
tleinen, for rent on Vine simt be
tween C:h and 7ih. Enquire o'
113l3 Ed. Sta.wm.
The only sign of a ratification meet
ing last night was mtide by republican'
who were highly pleaded oer ttie r
nult and w ho tried to corner some dem
crate for i-peeches. When Bill Jones
j lined the crowd there way loud calls
for a speech from him and long ci.ntin
The Omaha Reput licati says the
democrats of that city ratified Cleve
land's nomination, part of ihem, by
rushing to the river and washing them
selves, and the rest by betting thai
lilaite would be elected. In this city
a numl sr proffered bets that Blaine
would be eleced, but none of them
were seen to approach the river.
Ayer's Sarspxrilla operating through
Hie blood, radically cures every bcrofu
lus taint or infection. wlhG
Bertha Wise entei:aiued a very large
number of her young s hoo malts and
I'rii ude at a birthday party last evening.
The grounds were lit with Chinese Ian
terns, and a gay, rollicking, merry
crowd it was that enjoyed the evening
'flie Uekai.d i glad to learn from in
quiries aiiong tanners who are in the
cit today that no storm to do any dam
age has occuired among them, and It is
evident that the heavy wind and scat
tering hail of last evening was conQued
almost eulirely to'hiscity and imme
diate viciiiilv. It will be remembered
in this connection that tomorrow is ti e
ai u ver-ary of the great hail storm of
a y i a ago.
A Texas Liar
'I never knew bain Baldwin to tell
the truth but once,' retuaiked Colonel
FoUj to Jim Mitchell, the latter bcin
ia F -ley's store, one day.
If Sam BaK win told the tru h, It
Uit h ve Lten by accident," mpond- j
eu Si'U .el-
y..-i have hit it precisely; it was by
a cci eut that he told the truth, lie
hti an old shot gun tint had been in
ta lam 1 for lcrty years, mid one oaj
hi ,ut two lojid ia one barrel, ami
w .i:u he tired the gun burst int a thoua
an i pieces. When Sam w.as restored
to coa- iousnes?, his head w as bau
oged up, ani toe doctors wtre explor
ing for the relics of the battle. The
biggest piece of that gun which could
be loucd was ab.-ut two inches long,
and was dug out from under his collUr
" hat did Sam sayt"
"He said that if he lived to ba 1,000
years old he would never file off that
gu.i again, and he never did, for no one
could flud thai gun again when there
w..s nothing left of it to fire otf, xcept
ttie pit ce Sam bad hid away under his
"Just as I said. He never told the
truth unless it happened by accident.
Texas Si f tings.
Spearhead tobacco is ul1 the go new.
All cbewers seem to be anxious to get
nat larin, which will be given away
in Juue nxt. Call at Ala it Scniegel's
ior a circular. itf
Ed Fitzgerald i e genial ever pleas
nut hosts of the Banner Stable, tLe
II raid learns with regret has severed
hs coui-eciion with that institution
Ed baa a h st ol friends ia Flatta
Tryrn Biiai piug cue wing to
baceo, it i y far the bneat plug c it w
Forepaugh's great circus Is
tiscd for Omaha on the 24th.
June S. esiou continued.
Order a'lowed Dit. 24. S'O.
" " 8, 25.
" 17. 25.
M J6. ro
" 40. 50.
Older allowed W. J. White, pari pav
on bridge contracts $32000 00
South Platte Lumber Co 54 00
Settlement was then made with the
fallowing overseer: Peler Sioll, dit
42; O. W. llarshmau, dist. 67.
Order allowed Dist. 53 for 1,C00 leet
0 ' lumber.
Ordir allowed Dist. 52 for 1,000 feet
Order allowed Di-st. 2U for 000 feet of
(n tract made with Otto Mutz for
sta ling and put'iug iu repair road on
sec. 14, T. 11, B 12, for the bum of 2
50 per dav for man ud team.
Applicaiiou of T. Clark IVr xtenioii
of pa uient n certain lauds granted
Overseer Dist 27 ordered to open
put lie road on sie. 31. T. li. R 9.
Pet Hi-ui of C. K. Cntcl.flfld el al for
location of public road on pec 20, T. 11
U 12, graii'ril and overseer ilUt. 29 or
dered to open and work snnin.
Damsg-s h I lowed on said road as fol
lows: R Iv. Lyda $30, E. F. Marshall
Petition of D. T. Tlmekerfor location
of public, road In T. 10, R 14. granted
and overseer of dist. 3:) is ordered to
opeu and woik am. Damages allow
ed John C. and T. Raikes in the sum of
Petition of R. M. Graham and olh
o's a-king for change in county ma 1 in
T 10 K 12, granted, anil ovnrsecr of li
triet No 44, 1 1 deied to oi en and work
In the mutter of application of C. B
& Q R . Co. for refunding of cert am
taxes of 18S3, paid under protest re
fused. Request of Ths. Pollock for taxes
to be refunded on lot in the city ot
Plattsmouth, puie considered and re
fused. Fred Patterson appoiuted overseer
of District Number 3c, and the bend
of same with proper securities was ap
The levy made by tho city of Platts
mouth for 18t34 was ordered placed on
Petition of E. D Lnughlin et al auk
ing for vacation of county road in T
12. R 9, considered, and same not grant
ed. Inflation to proposition of Otoe
o mty to oren county road in T 9 and
10 (county line road) board ordered
thai O'oe c u-itv be rquBt-d to build
neci 8s-ary bridges and Cas Co. will bear
half the expense.
The Vlloing claims were then al
W ll Newell expense acc't $08.00
Geo Edgerton searching tor bony
of II II Pettit, drowned 8 00
W F Morrison same 8 CO
J II Fairfield assisting paupers. . 3X0
S Richardson tervices 47 00
J Clements " 57 00
Attest: J. W. Jennings,
Fills the Bill to t Dot, and as Things
Get Hot Politically, Everybody will
The SDecial edition of the B. & O.
Red book, devoted to the history of the
Republ cn party and its antecedent!
is an almost m dispensable publication
to those at all interested in the devel
opiin nt of the campaign of the year.
Great care is matutVo'ed in the compil
ation of data, and while eveiyihing in
staled in the must concise manner, the
information is so clear and explicit, as
to be readily corn pre heudid. The chap
t r devoted to the origiu of the party
and its nationl outcome Irom the oio
meinberineut of prior parties is of ex
eeeding intere, as is also the points
showing party policy as expi eased
through Congressional action.
The condensed proceedings of the
National Conventions of. the various
parties, from the earliest period of the
country's history, to the present; is o:
no ordinary value, and it is a thing
never befoje attempted in such form ot
publication. Ind ed, it would be diffi
cult to tell of all the important infor
mation gathered together and shown s
intelligently in the little book.
Those who desire so invaluable x
t xt book for handy reference, as tnat
ttrs urow interesting, will not del.
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their ad ires to C. K. Lord, Baltimore.
thi bein thu only. requisite to secure a
copy. Iu addition to the data having
liiect bearing iiptm the one party,
there i- a vast amount of information
given as regards biih parties, and win
the Bed Book at hand no one need be
at loas for an authority to settle aim"'
any quest oa at to political histo-
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all he II. & ('.publication, it is a mod
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The Worst of tho Season, Sweeps
Probably the worst storm that has
virdtcd Lincoln this seasou swept down
upon us ab ut six oclock last nigh
from t lie fouthwefat. In tie western
I art of the city it was not consideie
much of a elortu, and outside of a few
trees thit were broken no damage waa
E-ist of Thirteenth street, however
the L'alo wan littlu less than a cyclone
and from meagre reports recilved it is
heliev-d that 'he Coiin'rr to the eal
of the citv, fcuircnd evcu morp severe
Thes'oiai b-gan by a stiff brcez
from the tjuihwet which Oiled the air.
as v til a- the eyes, ears and mouths oi
pedestrians with dust. The wind did
not ri ach its heigth, however, until tin
rain began to fall. Th;s of course, s"t
ttlett the dutt, but it rendered pedtn
trtuuism more disngreable than before
Tne rain w:is accompanied by a slight
fall ot I. ail, not enough to do any am
age in i he city, but we learn that the
rural districts suffered quite t.eriously.
The storm was of very -hort duration
uud afier it hati subsided, a repyrtei
aiarted our -to pee. what hrt could see
The most noticeable fffed of the
storm was the large number of tiees
broken. Large limbs nix or eight inch
es iu diameter were twisted ofFuud car
ried iu some instances a hundred fee.
Wb:le others were broken IT just above
the ground, and left to blockade the
sidewalks and streets.
The broom factory of N. W. Frazer,
on t',e corner or lourtcento and r,
tatjiiing broadside to t!ie s.mii h. i-It the
t'ull toiee of the wind irui was left
tu'ly two feet cfi'froin a plumb iine.
One of ti e houses on Sixteenth trect.
now being i t r.iodeled by T. F. Batnes,
is soioev, hat rackel ku I out of line,
nd appears o have teen moved al out
two inches on its foundation.
W. J. Lamb's wind mill, iust in the
rear of O. M Lainbertson's residence on
Fourteenth street, was leveled to the
After the storm a farmer living about
four miles east came to town to get
ulass, saying that every window in the
south and west tides of his house was
broken. lie reports that the hiil cut
the corn down pretty badly.
Further reports could not be obtain
ed last night, but it is probable that
some very bad m ws will cone iu today
- State Journal.
The tiors' d ictor has t ie fl or th's
afternoon and the Cleveland boom I s
hastened to its setting. At the coiner
of W aterman's opera bouse the vetei
inary phyr-ician was holding forth this
af'ernoou to a large and appreciative
audience. However, when the Herald
man witnessed him produce a pair of
hnie forceps about the size of a steam
excavator, our teeth quit aching. Ttie
Doctor said his ethod of mextracting
teeth for horses, was to drat procure a
horse with a tooth, he then attached
his i xtractors and turned the horse loose
Sooner or later the molar is found in
the possession of the rxt -actor, and
that is called the square root of the bu
siness. A no her tuing our reporter
learned from his brief a'tend tnee uu n
the lectures was that sooau h rse doc.ors
couid neiih u ntd n r write.
We noticed some slen li 1 s: ecina ns
ot horse fl-sh, the property ot t Ic veter
inary surg on.
WIIEN TJI3 FIR ; 13 OUT
Magic No More a "Mystery Seen
Fii'Di Across the TTorld.
" Hnrour. of aleppo." sid Sir Philip
Dtrvul. had mastered every secretin
naiuie wtncli tlie uotl? maic seeks io
fathom... He diseoeied that the tiue
art of healing is to assieb . Nature to
;hrow of the disease to Muniou,at
it were, the whole system to eject the
etie uy that has fastened ou a pirt.
His process all included the reiuvigor
ation of the principal ot life.
I'll thi the Eastern eage merely ant
icipated the pratice ot" the best physici
an of to day. what life itself" is, do
oody knew then w body knows now.
But we have learned something of the
reasons why he mysterious tide rise
and falls. P-ovided the great o gns
of the body are not irreparably destroy
ed, medical science can always relieve
and otteH save. Yet no reputable
physician now adheres to the barbar
us and stupid proce-so attempted to
iure diseases by reducing the pitient's,
ability to resist it, N w-a-oays we
do not tear down the fort to h.-iu the
arrison wesfeng'hin it. In thi in
eiliirent and ben-Cct-ut work, it is
.onceded that PAKKEK'S TONIC
leads all other medicines. A9 au iuvi
xrant it acts immediately and power
fully upon the circulation and the or
taus if di&resiion, thu giving Natue
the assistance she calls for. It t
1 ws that ailment! of the stomacti, kiu
nevs and liver are at once relived r
cured. No other preparation embodies
lh" same qualities or produce similar
nul's. It ia delicious to use. and the
iieat known an.i intoxicant. Price 50c
and 91. Hiscox Jb Co, New York.
Call for Blaine.- and Logan cigar
wherever you deal, as thv are the best
niekle ciuar in the market. If voir
dealear j" cot keep them induce him
tucker. - . . Crit
A Ch'irming Heritdy for Diarrhea
and Summer Vomjtlainti.
"We have used all your ToNIO APT
kixoent with happy results. Not a
aiugle complaint relating to it has
ever reached us." Jones K Jackson,
druggists, Jenebburg, Mo.
"Pleaae send us two dozn Marsh's
Tonic Astkinoent at once. It works
a ( harm iu Diarrt os and Summer Com
plaint." War I & Venabd, druggists
Maksii's Tomo Astri.nuent is for
"ale by Smith Black Uios., drugsisl
SI ...... . ...
t lausmouin. li quickiv curea
Diarrtiie i, Dysentry, C'holeoa Inftuiuio
Cholera Morcus, and the Slmii'er Com
plniiit of children. It is a delightfe
remedy lor old and young. Puce 50
The Marsiis uvaVvua is sold at
low Pried o 60.:euls bq ud or pill.
-i-iuii mm un loruis oi uni.i-t add
K ...A .....I 1 I f . t t .
Fever. For sale bv Smii b.V Ithn k It ,
For Swellirg-s Burns, Sorta, Piles,
e'e, use Maushs Cream Lini.mk.nT.
tor salo by Smith tz Black Bros.
AdvertisemeiitTt under flii tia.J. thr.
U ON EY TO LOAN -On real estate by A N
4OK s LE a ore Imrwe bny and Jiurnest.
;iliiio-t new. enqiiirv ol
8,Ul1- 1K.S. A. .SCIILKGEL.
0ilt SAbE-.My iei.lem; and f.ir loin
g'"d ,1iiii.ic, liarn and fruit, and in evt-fi-
eut coiiUltlijii ; Ms , two iiiii,iVfii lai .... ..i-..
tory u.iok bur-mest n..u 4 xj feel. ..uAlan.
lect. auU uilier Ubiruoic Una and Ut
U 11. W UKKLkK.
vii. -auk. -nimsen, ioisa;ia nuua la.i l
John U.ins & aou.
L'WKeaub Se eral residence, eliean Iu-
quire ol O. li. uecler Hi On.
l,MJit 8AI.K duratcii lUItt la aii hU-
this llllh-M. . .'.
UOH SAI.K a lot la good louatloit. Pariicn-
Uia al tliis ollice u-lt
L'olt SALE An order for a new American
wm Maciilue. iuqulre at Uiisonice.
I,,OK .SLiCi.i)lij cords of wood. lu.j.uro ol
V . ise. ' tj
1,'OltSALIi id pai.r for sate at this otlt.
at lo cents ier hundred or 6 ceatu per d.z-
OUSALZ hour tots MKCther In god locu
tion iu ihl city. Inquire ai tUis otUce tt
"OK RKNT- I he nwrtii. a.t room In .tade'
X inaiiti's building, afler Auut Int. litis
loom is KUMaoie f..r millinery or dress iiiakltii;
or for a uiall buaiiussof any kind. Inu uire it
ttie pieimsee. Ultf
A fur.'islie.i room for one
quire at tbla otllce
ori.vo Kentleiueu. lu stood location In.
pOJBKKMTorsale on lon time,
J. HUH IWO lom will!
ly to ... U. Wiudiiaiu
and two lots with good improvements, au-
ffOR RKN (iood.new hounos of four room.
K d water, g.wd garden spots. 4 per
mouth in Sliferville. W. li 8uakkk.
F10!! f KN 'r he D,,rt" storeroom in Nev
. ,,,e a Wwk, and 8 rooms up Btaim. IJood
iCatiou for res.auraut or boarding house rents
HIJ ..III. . , f V I ( 1 .
IVANTEO A tlrl for trei.erai housework
ii.uu.re ol Mis Morion in Union block.
Three hi family.
I. of jV
Meets every Tuesday evening at thes
Castle Hall, in Itockwood Block. V
itiug Knights are invited to attend.
II. M. Boxs, C. C.
W. L. Dykrs, K. of It. and 6.
It you want to get you a broom that
will give the best satisfaction for the
anie money ask your dealer for Dor
ck's brooms d28-lmo
O ders for hand made brooms at
tended to promptly at the Western
broom factory. d28 liuo
That water will not run up hill,
that a kiss is sweeter than it looks
and looks better after dark,
Y C UOUGHT to KNOW
that good C1LOTHIJJTG- is the
best, and cheapest to buy, that
money can be saved, and a square
deal had at WcscotVs, the JBoss
Clothier, as he does not deal in the
inferior lines adapted to the fixed
purposes ot bankrupt and assig
We avoid all gag schemes, sell
to all alike and treat our custo
mers with the utmost fairness. A
complete stock of seasonable
clothing and furnishing goods on
hand, and we are prepared to con-
vinca all ia daabt that our statement are correct, that our goods are
the best, aud that it id to your interest to trade with WSCOTT
Late styles U Straw and Far daU, Novelties ia 2ff eckvear, full line ot
Trunks, Valice, fcc, dsa Everybody welcome. - . . " : . - '-
' tS. 13. rjEGSC,
We again call the attention of our fruit
growers to the importance of keeping a
record of the varieties aa 1 quanillcs of
frui's frow in Otoe county for the year
18t I. a well a the prlco for which it
is aold in the market, either by the
bushel, gallon, quart or pound.
A little pass book, only costing Ave
cents, will answer the purpose, and
wh :n a bushel of fruit or pound of
grapes are disp ised ot, put it down, and
in the meantime approximate, as near
as you can tho amount cousumed at
home cha rging yourself the market
price of the same. Dy this means we
can tell exactly or approximate very
closely, the value of the fruit crop
from year to year, and become better
adviseii ai to what variety of fruits
are best to cultivate both for home
ue aud to ship to distant markets.
For additional local notes and news
consult the fourth page.
"Light of isiA."
Find time seen In the new World of the latest,
trcatot ZiiolOpl.-al WoudTou aitu,
ttie bucr u. Maiuese.
'ome See this Silvery. Marred Symliol of Slam
Everywhere an obl-ct of sui nasslnir wonder
and 11 bo inded a'tinirai.i.iu. Tlexisands upou
tho'-sands are dally thronului: our canvass
lis to sett this 111 v-looklDif. aiL'ent-eved
creature, that In tli couutry 01 itsctpium is
an object of the innt e,alt;d r-vereiieo ami
worsldp. It U be'lev-d everywliere In farther
India tliat l lie Divine Buddha must deliuht to
abide iu 1 he
their own Incarnation of purity ; and one quar
ter of a !( TKAl .NEII KI.KI'll NTH
ComiiiK now on its 201I1 annual lour of America
and will exhibit afternoon aud evening at 2 uud
8 o'clock p. in., the Great Korpaugh huow at
OH AH A, THURSDAY, JUIJT 24 th.
Ool-al ra herinK of all nations and first
time ever seen in America, of the Hul
tan's own children of the desert.
30 Moslem Mamelukes and Moors,
Accompaiied by a real Arabian Mural Hand,
with l.ooii wild beawts ; 1.20 m-ii and horses : 3
circus; 3ririKs: ao act, with Kman liippo
droine. (lull lia'f mile race track.) Races by
el pliant!-, camelfi. lior-en, ponies, men, dous.
moi kes, aud all kinds of races, and Just im
ported thirty thousand dollar
STUD ENULI.3.1 RACE HOUSES,
Roman chart r-'ces, grand museum ol marvels
kiantn S f-et high, d war s aud livlnif wonders
f n.m.every wliere. Keats for 20,0011. . Four riU
way trams. Woith mi es of travel to ee the
iirand and (iorxeous ULstoisoal .Street Paceant.
FIVE BAKDS OF MUSIC !
Wide open dens of savage monxters. Flv
hu dred royally robed croces-lon'sts. Venus.
Kod-less ol love. 1 leopatra. Lalia Kookh. All
me wealtli, po p and paeantry of Hie distant
Indies. Absolutely larger than Hainam's or
any and all toe other combined bhows in ex
istence, ADMISSION, only fiOcenrs. Children under
9 years. 25 cents. Lx'ra trains. lw rates to
and lrom town to see the Great KorepauKh
show. Don'i forget the day and date. It Is
ADAM FORK PA UGH,
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