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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1891)
world of fair and uoldeo light,
' A ift retrain upoa the breeie,
A littm bmu.li ut rukd hlte, '
- An.L..u .lriJ( ' n-rtiHhna
(ii aumnwr day.
A bUmv irn-.o wtui HHiialilne fair, '
A fu lu piw-i iiu twilight hours.'
A lov ..ril whiaiw.twt on llio air,
ilf'-u.iiy lieucuVr Ui HoVr.
Oub (uiuuer day.
Pa'e ri.. ilj tun llnn'ring.T,
A tratlxn ky, on lirtifbt rm tear.
And dead ail B&va Memory
U that which one waa putting dear
Uuo lummer day!
O (MiHiint ((lad. O "ow-reta my,
0 twitt'ring touicitUsni blitha and free.
Though uoldeD buura aball bold their
Too near can give again to ma
' That iummer ilayl
; -Uouey Juduun la One a Week.
The Jew at a Parmer.
unong the grout raises who must
; -illvJf their daily bread, certainly many
nave not yet devoted themnelves to till
ing I'uo wii', uiJ oil tliis account their
eneniiea huvj .devihed the charge that
Jews are of no use iu agriculture, that
they are averse to all bard work. II re
aiao experience gives a refutation, iu
the lauds where Jews have been per
mitted to acquire landed property, where
tliey have t'opnd ojiiiortumty to devote
themselves to agriculture, they have
proved themselves excellent farmers.
For example, in Hungary tliey form
very large part of the tillers of the soil,
and this fact is acknowledged to such an
extent that the hih Catholic clergy in
Hungary almost exclti.-ively have Jews
as tenants on mortmain properties, and
slnvwi all large landholders giv pn-fi-r-ence
to the Jews on account of their in
dustry, their rectitnde and their dex
twnry. Thf am f;:ts that cannot be
hid, and that have force, so that the
Anti-Semitic movement, which for a
Jong time flourished in Hungary, must
It will expire becan.se every one sees
that so important a factor in the pro
ductive activity of the country espeoi
fdly in agriculture cannot be spared.
Mjr pwn personal experience, too, has led
(tie to recognize that the Jews have very
KVxl ability in agriculture. I have seen
this personally in the Jewish agricul
tural colonies of Turkey, and the re
ports from the expedition that 1 have
sent to the Argentine Republic plainly
now the same fact Baron de Hirsch
in Forum. f
Mutlcal Sounds and Note.
It is carious fact that musical sounds
f farther and are beard at greater
dwtuuee than those which are more loud
and noisy. IT we go on the outside of a
town during a fair, at the distance of a
mile we hear the musical instruments.
bat the din of the multitude, which is so
overpowering in the place, can scarcely
be heard, the noise dying on the spot
To those who are conversant with the
power of musical instruments the fol
lowing observation will be understood;
The violins made at Cremona about the
year 1000 are superior in tone to any of a
later date, age seeming to dispossess
ihem of thr noisy qualities and leaving
nothing but the pure tone, if a modern
riohn is played by the side of one of
those instruments it will appear much
the louder of the two, but on receding a
hundred paces, when compared with the
Cremona, it will scarcely be heard.
New xork Ledger.
The largest rainfall on earth has been
recorded at Chera Punji, on the Bay of
Bengal, but the most violent thunder
storms ever observed are probably those
Frwnrh liniana. At Carta Ornate.
one forty miles south of Cayenne, Cap
tain Ellert, of the French navy, saw the
rills of the coast bills turned into water
falls by a cloudburstlike storm, while the
crashing of thunder peals was incessant
and often almost deafening, so much so,
indeed, that some of the sailors began to
Blotter long forgotten prayers probably
thinking the day of judgment near at
hand. New York Telegram.
Voting Father (in the futureh-Great
anakeal Can't you do something to quiet
that baby? Its eternal squalling just
drives me wild..
Young Mother (calmly to servant)
Marie, bring in my husband's mother's
phonograph and put in the cylinder
-marked "At Ten Months." I want him
to bear how bis voice sounded when he
waa young. Now York Weekly.
Stranger Heml Boy, do you know
any of the newspaper reporters by sight?
Hotel Boy Lota of em.
Stranger Weil r ahem? 1 am the
, Hon. Mr. Oreatmsn, but I registered as
J. tirnitb in order to avoid interviewers.
liare's a quarter.
isoy Ail ngni. l u teu 'em yon re
here. iood News.
When pin wer scarce and dear they
formed very acceptable gift to th fair
ex, and as now and then money was be
stowed to the vain of pins in lieu there
of, not a few phrase hunters believe that
the term pin money originated from that
To form an idea of the experiment
that take place abroad in the way of
tenting new device in warfare, the sta
tion at Liege, Belgium, consumes nearly
4.000,000 cartridges and forty tons of
powder a year in testing firearms.
It is a well known fact that paper can
be compressed nutil it will be so hard
that a diamond will hardly touch it, but
no known mechanism of the present or
the past has such power to compress and
work marvels with wood
Nearly two bnshels of onio pearls were
dug out of an ancient Indian mound in
.the LltUe Miami valley half dozen
rear ago. They wer all o much de
cayed, however, a to be or no commer--cjbJ
Robert Boyle, the great philosopher of
she Seventeenth century, mention an
lunelish soldier who could eat stone
.jand another who could eat glas.
The Y" P. S. C. K. will hold their
regular buninenn meeting at the
; home of Mih Olive Gana, to night.
' A general invit.ition in extended to
nil to lie tirenent. mid learn more
' about the work of the nociety.
I S-peoiHl Notice.
H. A. McKlwsiin. Jeweler, has rev
moved to the Stadleinaim building.
I v e.-t Hide of room occupied by 1 it
Fair, he keenn ;i f ull line of wiitcLcf.
cloci'n, Jewelery, nilverware ;ln(l
Optical good. ' Spectacles fitted
and i.ulir.f.iCiion guuraeneed
watchen repairing in the bent ;
Bible manner at rcasujmWe - l,r'
give him a call. '
JOK'S Stock of" Underwear, in
larger and better than before and
priced leu than last year.
Nonce to Coal Coneumer
I will furnish the best of coal of
all grnden to thone who pay me, but
thorn; who winli to run lony win. led
aicotintn I don't want. As 1 have to
nay for what 1 tret 1 mind inmr-t on
pay for what i ecu. .m
know tliem.-i-lvei indebted to me
will dense pay by the lath of Sep-tembi-rii.-l
muwt have money to
pay for winter coal.
Di-aler in Anthracite and Hitumi
noil coal and wood. Office and
yard 41 South Third ft, telephone
IS. rhittmouth, Ni b. tf
Hair chainx, riiin, cror-fet an
hair work'of all kinds to order.
Mk. A. KXKK.
tf Locum St.
Ladies, anions that wimple line
ar Home ol Hie liuefl iioen jou
ever laid even on Xm. Ilerold
A Soii'm tf
NV w r.oi.l at ti li. every dny at
JOK'S the one price clothier. tf
W'AXTEfi- Good Halenman.
' J. .M. Muir'n mueic etore.
Tlie lint-Ht line of Neckwear, Hata
and Cnpn at JOlv'S, the one price
Ilrown St Harrett have iuM re
ceived a fine line of imported tooth
and nail brutdieft, cloth and hair
brushes. Prices aw ay down. tf
Capt. W. A. Abbett, whohai lont;
been with Meitern. I'recival and
Matton, keal Kutate and liifiirancc
Hrokerw. Dcb ?loinen, Iowa anu in
one of the beM known and moM re
Hpected btihineHi men in that city
aayn: "1 can teftify to 1 fie nod
(iiiahtieM of Lhamlierlain louiili
ketnedy. Having ueel it in my
family for the pant eieht yearn, 1
can Hafelv Hav it ban no eoual for
either coldn or croup." "id cent but
ties for nale by F. O. Fricke A Co.
We have Mold Kly'e Cream Halm
about tfiree yeare, and have re
commended it tine in more than a
hundred ppecial caMes of catarrh,
the unanimouH annwer to our in
onirics in."lt'H the beM remedy that
I have ever need. Our experience
in. that where liartien continued itn
u-e. it never fails to cure.- J. H
Montgomery, & Co., Ilruytr'ntn, lie
W hen I beyan mdntf Kly'n Cream
Halm m v ratal rh wan no bad I had
headache the whole time and din
charged a lartre amount of filthy
natter. I hat fian ahnoM entirely
disappeared and have not had head
ache rcience. J. SommerM.Stepliney.
What tipectarlea llava Dona.
Eyeylasce are commonly ground with
cxiual convexity on uoth aides. Tue ina
terial fur their manufacture is Ixdh
glass and kind of stone called Draziliau
pebble. It is really a rock crystal uf
very fine quality and ' .cs not retn'in'o!.' n
jnrbbie"' in any prucuiar. apet-iaei.-,
have alleviated more misery than aii
other human agencies, because there is
no sorrow equal to that canned by im
paired sight. St. Louis Republic
Incomes of Two Authors.
Victor Hugo sold one of his earliot
novels for 800 francs, or sixty dull.irs.
and for "Les Miserable, " forty year
later, received l'W. 000. Archibald Clav
ering Gunter, a New York author.whtne
first work not only did not bring sixty
dollars, but were actually rejected, has
received, so far, from his sales of "Mr.
Potter of Tens," which might be said to
be his "Les Miserablea," $1 13.000.-New
What Eufllahaea Waal.
An American woman who had married
an Englishman of high rank returned
home for a visit after aconple of years' ex
perience is her adopted country. "How
very odd." said one of ber acquaintances,
"that Lady (J has not become Angli
cized in the least; she is more American
than ever. The remark repeated to the
newly made peeress wa received with
an appreciative smile.
"I am so giad," she exclaimed, "I am
naturally imitative, yon know, and 1
was so afraid I might loeo what I con
sider my distinction. You people don't
nndersUud over here," she went on.
"Yon make a great mistake in copying
Euglisb people when you go to London:
they have enough of their own kind over
there; they want something new and
original, not copy of themselves."
New York Tribune.
Tha Cow Wa Raltad.
A man in Jefferson county, who had
a tick cow, wanted to get her up. Not
being able to do so with hi strength he
fixed a blanket under her, attached bis
bay carrier and hitched on the old horse,
which had not forgotten th distance he
had to go to deliver th hay and didn't
propose to stop short. Be drew the cow
' up to the top of the barn, where the
I track carried ber over an empty mow,
1 when the blanket gave way and dropped
I her on the empty ng, breaking every
bou in he body, Tyrone (N. Y.) Her
ald. A Lowell barber ha just completed a
picture made from 10,804 piece of wood.
Th wood wa obtained from VX large
cigar boxe and Is mostly Spanish cedar.
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v mern,. n til - k 'l.iin i-tr-n. himum
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liimKl iim e' UK evny Hi.:.il,iy all' Hi. "ii at
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ev vtnni- i'f eivh intuit li at ii A K. H;i'l
In RiTl(niik bliick. r'rauk Vermllyea. M, W.
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I'LACKS OF WOkSIlIH
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rilili nii'l num. r:iini-r ia'ii'-y, i i"r
(S. I vii ii: V'ilAtUl I" ' A. M. Kutiiljy
n liii"l al 1 . l:ii bi i-lii-ti'i..
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fin'f 1'ii.riilnir and rvniinn. r.ni'-r J. i.
Kl-l-'l, paUir. hilllilH) hrllimi OA. M.
Krixi "I-al.-""! I.nki- t liuri-li. riin i-r 1 linn
nntl Ini-. lo v II It Unlink''. in"Hir. -r
viirKi II AH dlJtr s huiiila) IH-Iiinil
al -i ::' r M.
;(fiM4 MaTiiiHiisT v jnifr Sitlh Kt and
l.r.ihll" Hf. tilrt. Paolnr. mrii-e : II A. M.
and 7 jju I'. H. BubOA) mIkh1 10 J A x.
ParMiVTritiAK t-rMfe In nr i htmli.riir
dt hUlll ami lir.ihiu-M- li' v. j i . 11.11111.
Ial"i. Miii'la - 1 ol al , ' ; l'r-ai liliiK
al II h in. nii'l p 111.
Ill V. K. . '. h "I 'hl ' liureh in- rr rvtiy
S,il)li.illi pi'-liil " al Ill I lie liawiin! t ul
lilt- rhurrll. All lilt-nollril Ki all' nil tUrri
nieetliiKi. FlKsT MuTHoniiT.-Kiklh Ht.. b-len Main
and Pi-arl. Krv J l l nni-Ki.-r t'H.i..r.
hi-rvli'n : II A. M.. s i p. M Minila ncluxil
ISt M. Pra)rrni-etl- ( Wednrsd.iy evtu
Inn. ii k km an pBBVTrKiA!i. Corner MaIii and
Ninla. Ite U'ltlr, mMr. r-ervlces umal
I10UM. hlllldil) .-'-ll.Mil ;3l A. M.
rtwrmi"" 1 iiNiiKHiATlosAl. iruite, be
tween Killh aud iMjtli.
Ci'UiHKW BAITisT.Mt Olive. Oxk, between
Inilli mil Klevenlil. Ite. A. rnel. ba-
tiir. ht-iM'e II a. 111. hikI 7 JU 1. 111. i'ia)er
mcetliiii WeiluekUay eveuli ii-
Yuma Mr.N's C'hki-thh Aociatioi-
licinn In Wsleniiuii IiIih k, M.ilu mreei. !,"
ne! meeflliLf. fuf llieb ulllv.eferV hlllllliiy ht
teniiHiu ul 4 u'rim-k. ' Kimlliv iteu wt-i k duyi
Iruin i.jii. 111 .10 S:30 p.m.
Soi-th Pahk Takkhnai u -llev. J. M.
W mid. I at'ir. Heiviiet: humlay IkIiimiI,
lua 111.: I rerlli.if. II a m. aim i. 111.
urayei nieeuim 'lurviay instil ; eliinr prat
ilcernuy uilit. All are welcome.
Tir ' 1; ted-An artlve. ri-ilnl'lf m '-a-salary frl
W to sxi monlli'y. with mrrrae. to ieireeiil
ii kit own e-ti"n a rei'onilile New York
HoilM-. Heferenrea. XAS I fAH I KK. Ut'k
utx T'lft. New Yolk.
A Cure for Paralvala.
Frank Corncliim, of 1'urcell, Ind.
Tcr., nayn: "I induced Mr. J'innon
whone wife had paralynin in the face
to buy a bottle of Chamberlain's
fain Halm. To their great nuprine
before the bottle had all been lined
she wan a irreat deal better. Her
face had been drawn to one nid
but the I'.i in Halm relieved all
pain and noreuenn. and the mouth
jj'sutned its fiii'.'tr'd liHf." It in
ilino H certain tuic Ui i in iiiiisiifiirj
lame back, nprainn nwellinirn and
lamenenn. ."si cent bottien for nale
by V. (i. Fricke i Co., Uruiftf intn.
At the annual meeting of the no
clety field 111 Uecemoer hint, tne
workings, of the nociety wan nynte
muliii'd and formed into three de
partuientn, that of npet-d, art and
airrictilture, nd the nuccenn of
thene varied interentn made to de
pend entirely on the clannen of peo
ple mont nearly reprenentinjf them
thun the people i 11 the city are ex
iiected to look after the art, men in
terenfetl in fant home after the
npeed, and the farmern Hfter the
I'nder thin departure either de
partment will be a failure or a nuc
cenn junt an the pernonn rejirenent
ing thone interentn make it, for the
renponnitiility of each in entirely
neparated. Each department in
placed under the control of three
If it be niiTtle a nuccenn it inunt be
made no principally through the ef
forts of the Citizens of I'lattnmouth
and thone o'.!'.ide who may be inie.
The undermined have been
annulled to take charge of the art
Ve nhall endeavor to do
our part faithfully and well, aud
hope to nee thia department well
organized for the fair. We expect
every one to whom thin uddrenn in
nent to help tin out Carefully
examine the Premium Lint and the
inducements there offered. Take
time by the forelock and Kl't ready
for the jcreatent fair ever held in
Cann county. For information
apply to the underpinned or David
A. H. TODD.
I.C. C I'M M INS.
I have been troubled with chronic
catarrh for yearn. Klv'n (nam
Ha 1 111 in the only n im uy mining
the many thai 1 have lined that
affordn me relief. - K. W. Willard.
Drug-tfint, Joliett, 111.
My not) ban been afflicted with
nanal catarrh nince onite young
J wan induced to try Kly' Cream
Halm, and before he had uned one
bottle that diwiyreeable catarrhal
nmell had all left liim. He appear
an well an anyone. It in the bent
catarrh remedy it) the market. J.C.
Olmntead, Areola. III.
yuiltinjr and piecinir, comforting
and crazy patch win It and carpet
rajf newing natinfuctorily done by
Mm. Vroman, TiYA North Sixth nlreet,
I'lattnmouth, Nth. tf
Grand Fall and Winter Opening lout
Opera House Corner
ARE NUW ON.
Place an 'ad' in The
And give the people your
AND HELP YOUR TRADE
THE OLD RELIABLE.
II. L WATEEHAK & I
tir 1 in 1
rtliinle. Lath, fah,
Cn Dttpply nverw denutml of the city,
Call and get terma. Fourth ttre 1 1
in rear uf optra houM.
PERKINS . JI0USK,
(17, 210, 221 aud 2.1 Miiin Kt,
H. M. BOSS. Proprietor
lb I'urkim hut been thorouublt
-enoTatud from tp tc '.xit.iiu mi,'
'low one of the heat hoteli in th ttr
Boardem will he taker by the wreli al
It.RQ and up.
GOOD EAR CONNECTED
world Fair WoWiTX
no increditable nhoit tune with a
Capital of $200 fnrl Upward
Sui ienn ceitain if 11. Ml 111 tionn I. nth
fully followed, (iiven on aeceipt of
pontel note or pontajje ntampn for
x WI.ChiciiRo, 111.
LCCCTT OTJT arc
ept. 15 ?91
Tliu only liiijiltiiicnt diiiltr who has
THK bent of harnenn, both double and ninle may be found at my
tore ami everything in the harnenn line alno buH'cn and carriages
which are limt clann iu every renpacf, beinit the libtent, ntroneMt add
eanient riding veliii len on earth.
A IX) have a hire;!' In) of S hutler, Moline, llain and Sterling wiiim
S.i -'tag w.wiis, rt:ad carts, and j.duvs f h!I d'efij,ii,.
IN OUK COJILETE STOCK OF
imu riTJE SHOES
We (five you the following deep cut in price:
Ladiea Fine Olaxed Donjrola f'J.'iT nhoen reduced to - $1.73
I.adiea Doiifrolii Kid J-'lemble flSOnhoc reduced to 2.10
I.ndien Ment )on)ol.- 1.1,110 nhoen reduced to- 2..V)
I.ailien Hand Turneil bent I)oj(oU ll.K) nhoe reduced to - 3.j0
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY
We have n great many other niimple luln of odd nizen that we an
In order to reduce our ntock to meet our obligation.
We alno have a few lotn of I.ailien
pricen. Uon't forget the place.
iniule a micccm in Chr County f
Oxfordn that we will nell at reduced
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