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About Plattsmouth herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1892-1894 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 8, 1892)
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; The universal cxj)i'vuIon wm that f Kratlftention at the qnnHiy oft fact shorr fvllettn
The Sinfflinar Broth
The Culminating Triumph
of Ceaseless Enterprise.
3-Ilinsjr Circus, Elevated" Statues,
Millionaire .Menagerie, Koval
.Museum ot Marvel.
Sumptiions production ot the
Triumphant Entry into Rome
A gorgeous and glittering
picture ot Lite in the days of
Koine's greatest Emperor.pre
eented with a splendor of
equipment and ornamentation
such as even that semi-liarhar-ic
Hge could not surpass
GRAND Z00L0GIC, ETHOLOGIC !
Arcnir ami 1 1 1 1 i t . C'dimro. The
whole wnlil trihiitary to the winiiler
of this (ireat Kxhiliitimi.
ADMISSION - ADULTS,
FROM THE ASHES
?GR AND : OPENING
A FOREIGN AND D
Call and lake Their ionthly Payments,
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Two complete performances daily, afternoon at
ticket admits to all
AND GREATER IRAN EVER !
7 AH A SUCCESS. . .
PURCHASED A MAMMOTH STOCK OF
WHO ARE INDEBTED TO
ME WILL PLEASE
JOE, THE POPULAR CLOTHIER
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... . ji i.rt
50c; CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS, 25 CENTS.
TU. N KlU'ASjvA. SKl'IKM
'i V'--V' "7;
SI mwm m 1 w
2, night at 8. Doors open one hour earlier. One
the combined shows.
Mrs. Hard' in vinitiii Iter daugh
ter, Mrs. Win. Hoylen.
V. (). Ho left, half mile south of
town, watt aroused about 4 o'clock
Sunday by the cracklitio; of the
burninp; barn. They ran to the
barn and loosened the horses
just in time to save them from
burn ino;. All the hay and the
buildinir was lost. No
clew to how the barn catiyht fire
unless by some tramj), who had
slept in it at niht and lilitiu his
pipe when ready to leave in the
moniin; was the cause. This is
the general impression.
I'e.iple in this vicinity are busy
plowing and netting their ground
ready for sowing winter wheat.
Winter wheat has yielded in this
neighborhood from thirty-five to
fifty-three bushels per acre this
Cholera infantum and billions
ness has struck this section of the
country pretty hard. Hardly a
family has escaped, no serious re
sults as yet.
Our new elevator linn is handling
a large amount of grain ana is giv
ing the town (juite a boom,
Men are coining in this vicinity
fro'ii all p;irH of the country to a-si-t
the boom corn raisers to take
care of the crop which is very g 1.
e.-perially in ipiality.
J.a-t Wednesday evening a large
number of young folic-" from
neighboring town and thi- l;'C
enjojed themselves by partiripii
tiiig in a soeial dance at the hall.
The Christian church has been
put up and plastered in tweni .five
da. How i- that for ipiick
work on a church building:
Mr. Ilurga has moved his family
to Wabasl , he having taken the
school at that place.
Mr. Mattison is having a limi-e
nioe.I oif of one of his farnn t.i the
new town on the C. K. I. iv P. K. U.
We are going to celebrate the four
hundredth anniversary of the dis.
covery of America by Columbus on
tl veiling of the 11th of October,
1"'J. at 7 o'clock, to take place in
the Christian church.
Tin' dedication of the Christian
church at South Heud, Neb., will
take place on the sixteenth of ()c
tober, lyij, at lo::tn o'clock a. in. A
basket dinner will be held at noon.
There will be services in the eve
ning, commencing at 7 o'clock.
liKK S. IS)2.
Grandma Tool died August 2th,
having received another stroke of
paralgsis, she wasin her eighty
Mr. Kd. (iiistiu went to Platts
tuouth to visit with his parents.
Mr. F. Wolf had a well put down
on his place. He will start the
foundation as soon as the stone gets
Mrs. S. Kitts is suffering from
a severe attack of cholera morbus.
F. Hess' new house is Hearing
Mr. A. Zabel. of Wabash, has had
his household good moved to the
home of Mr. Dettuian, his father-in-law.
The camp meeting of the Kvnn
gelical association will begin
September ."til and continue until
the '.Hh, in the old camp ground of
Mr. Arthur Kikli, our furniture
man. took a trip to Minnesota to
look after his land interests.
The freight traffic over the C. k
I. A: I. is simply enormous at present.
Mr. F. Haas' mother and brother
are here on a visit, both are from
Mr. Nippert, father-in law of
Haas, has commenced the erection
of a nice dwelling.
Mr. I.. C. Kickhoif and Jim.
liuskirt went to Oklahoma last
Mr. I". Martin and family of
Ackley, la., were here on a short
visit last week.
The mothers of Mr. and Mrs. Jim.
Cook are here visiting and will at
tend the camp meeting now in
There are no idle men in Mur
dock, a few good carpenters would
find employment for some time.
.Mr. F. Wolf i trying life single
handed again, his wife has left him
for a few day's visit with Mrs. 1.. C.
Fikrholf of Louisville.
Mr. F. Stock's baby is reported
This is a busy week for this
community, as it is camp mee'ing
and fair week.
Mr. A. S. Babbitt took a Hying
trip to Kansas City last week.
Mrs. Snyder, sister of Mrs. Ir.
Madding, went to a college to study
medicine, we did not learn where.
No other house shows the line of
albums and plush goods that Lehn
holf Bros. do.
p ! u '
THE ftEED SISTERS!
I1' ii n; m'':- )i --tn c );! ii trii-nni'M'
si't-iiicil .it tin- r..h it on ni.t j-.ii.ii l(i
suo per wt t l..
AOsoliitt' KniliM of the iiir. Tlu
hilicsl will iritil At Tiili-ta in two
CHARLES W. FISH,
Tlu' WuiM'm (iri-iiti'st Sumcr
M i i Alios Ti:n,
..I. .1 l'A. :.SK.
"I'rin. i' ( IkiLIi'iih. the I'eri le n.ii IIimmi
t."Miet In . tuaihU". v'iuli- l.s'ii IIim,,
aii'l ha- a ma.ie n i f i.a I'-el in Iciiulh.
I .nrni'it ii in i. i ! i i i ' I " i ' ; t a mi i:ht v
heii I-;. il , , 1 1 1 . , i . 1 1 -t M-1 i. hi 1 1 ik anl iaiii
1 1 1 1 1 ('.aiiriii., i I . 1 1 1 1 .i . 1 1 - .
TiiKM KM i)lS I. ! VAL OF'
Til E MAXP-iS.
T -o tnil Him - cliiirint i ;i-i"-. i xt'il iiu;
ix Urv r;ur-.. int'l t'lciiliitn' fiiM riitnrl
I'nri'H, i litiil il.'hytii ptniN1 r.in with
tn-niKrv ill ivrt ', l.i uh;il tic it iuU('- i ;iccs
witli tiiiwii driviT-, iHi'1 intfif! U in
niiii' ui' i's l)'lut''Mi iinput Icil Kti!;lili
M ANMoTH MIvlIIWAY l. H'ONnTIVK
IlliKt I l,I.S , mar rimm i n n i i it n,
ii) mil; 1 hriiitult the (fct wit Ii tin e;ir
il it iiii-M'iiizi'rrinJtiiMtiiil trn inu mn- ot
I lie m-rt it hi- ii t lit- riiluf-Mil piiriMlr.
Mnsi'OWS U r.MI.D CAT1IK.
Ii Al, ltl.l.l,S A iriM'Mliii tion nl tht
l.iiihMi- t limit w nt (!n Kit'iiihti I iiwit, tlu1
ntiiHir nl wliirli ( iin Ih licjirtl in iiii'IimImmih
raili'iuv ii (trii niilrs nway.
Tlu' norr-iiiii leaves tlir hImiw urnutnN
riMiiitl tit In n't Im k on the ninrn i iij of
1 lit i- hil it miii. It i wni 1 1 1 ( i mii i iil; Iim
imlt'H tMM( )'. It i- nvcr ti tnilr in It'iiiclli.
i n i nl' tin' thirty i Irn. 4 nl mi friiiitii; vilil
lir, i-i nti' r.hiiiiti t fit-r ami nit-ti npnti
the Nttivts; iru Itintl nl imi?-ir iiiakollu
niriiii'itx wiih eft tiielml v ; lun earn
vaiisol e'.et li.mt mid tlet'it lnrn dronie
thirii'r hi iin; in' lile nl the nrient In the
ih mi's ol t lie i tic ii!e'H .
Tin; nm.m kjivls uvi or. suns.-
'T i I .'
Our Family Phytic tan Ifreommrnils
Cutlcurn Iteineilles, and Says
They Cured Our CLUd.
Father Went 23 Miles to CetCutlcura,
and Feels Thankful and Wants
Others to Do as He Did.
My child broke nnt with rrnfiila whon two
nuiiiiliK old, mid w trli-d everything tbitt the durtiir
i mi hi do. It tiMik out hl hnlr mid hroke out onliln
liinli mid numi. Jt wna then Cltk uk Khmkihm
witi- r iini'inli'd by our doctor who Btlemlcil him,
mnl la now filling hern. The doctor mild CU tih k
liEMKlHKH cured my child, mid recommend them
for all dlM-iwci of the .kin find blood. It did not
take liutoue etof I'ithtb KtMKIurn. I went
twenty Ikemllen to get them. My child In wetland
him n line head of hulr aa enn lie, for which I feel
tliiiiikful to you, for my wife U In Imd health. I
liiiiv ri-coiniiieiidi d (,'i Tiri BA HnwBlur.s toothern.
I'rlnt tlii. If you Uiluk II will cauna any ixiraou to
do ua I did.
L). F. I'EXSON', Lanifley, Tike Co., Ark.
I nm tho doctor that recommended Crnrriu
RtliKiiinti) l. K. I'enaon. 1 have known tlnin
to cure aeveral bad ciincn of akin and blood di.
eauea, aud I rav Ibey are iihihI.
lllbd MAHY K. UR00K8.M.D.
The now Hlood and Hkln I'urlfler, and Krente.t of
Humor Kemeillea, cl an.ea the bbHid of all linpurl.
Ilea .'Hid iuliiniiuaelemeiita,Biid thus remove, tba
cau.e, while Ci TU 1 11. Ibe great akin curu.andCr.
Tli CIUSOAI', anei,ul.lieaklii lieautifler.rlear the
aalii and m::il, and realora tho hair. Tliua the
t 'l.'TIi t K lUnrjiiKl cure every edea of ItihliiK,
lnirnlii, mnly, jitmply, and bloteby akin, ainlp,
and bliind li.eiiM.., (rum pimplea to acrofula, Irotu
lulani y 1 i.-c, when ihe bent phyalciana fail.
SdM everywhere, l'rlce, CrTlcTRA, Vie. ; Roap,
2. ; i;Kioi.vr.NT, fl. l'repured by the l'nTTUI
1)HI 'I ANII t IIKMK'AI. Coltl'l IHATION, Koatnn.
" Send fur "lluwt'il.'iire Skin JH.euaoa," 04
p i iea, do illuatratlotia, and luu teatlmoulnla.
El RV'C kin and Scalp puritled ahd biMulilbd
HOI 0 hy ('mi I ka ShaI'. Abanlulely pun.
IT STOPS THE Paul..
11m k arhe. 1IH
rheiiniiiti.iu, and innacular imin r -'
lii-veil in i, iin ml'ititn l,y the I'utl
curia Anll l'alu liuatvr. 'I'm.
AK'h'l-T (ii- AX ii li A MAX.
J. W. I . i ? i i 1 1 -1 ol ( ) nab i, w.i'.eling
auditor lnr tieore A. Iloagland,
was arrested y-t' rd.iy at (Irand
Island an I placed under bonds to
appear, before the county Court to
answ er the charge of being agent
of a company which transfers
cli'ins against railroad employes
to Iowa I . i- gariii-nment ol wages.
The !eidatie ai t ot two ear
ago, it is claimed, forbids this, aud
la w ers la-re think it will be a test
In toys, wagons and velocipedes
we are !ii a iipiai let s. Lehuholf
SALESMEN. !.,.., il
Ijjfl ii ent mr well kiiuwn linuse. Yim
I B in I1,! tui i iitit1.it. to reiiri-i nl (1 Mrui
tli.it warr. nils : niir-erv st, k llrst elu-s
ami t rue ,i lotto.-. Wiirk all t lie year ; $
ier mi ml li In the ri ulit .111:1 ti. pil v iiiek,
stat. in; aye. L. L. MAY & CO ,
uraerHuei, Flnrentu, Seeilamen. St. I'atil,
I l liis Imiise is riiiuti-ilile.) 1 i 1 1 1 1
. m a