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About Plattsmouth herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1892-1894 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1892)
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on Ihsal the Mingling lira.9 hud met Willi such great siicccs."..OmaIin World-Merald. ;
The Singling Brothers' World's Greatest Shows
I II Cal'tll.
The Culminating Triumph
of Ceaseless Knterprise.
.1-Iiiiifj Cinrn.-, Klevated .Statgcs.
Millionaire Mcn:iicri-. I i 1
Aquarium, M :i m i) i t i
M llst'UIII ! Man e!-.
Sumptuous pro luctioti u the
Triumphant Entry into Rome
A gorgeous ami glittering
picture o Lite in tin- da.vs of
Koine's gn atest I'Iiii Hri r.j irt?
sentcd with a splendor of
equipment and ornamentation
such a even tli.it scnii-haibar-ic
ago 4 n It 1 not surpass.
GRAND ZO0L0GIC, ETHOLOGIC !
Ari-iiii- mill Ktiiiiii- Cumirc., Tlie
whiilc wiilil tributary to tin- vMiinlir
ul this dreitt Kxliiliit'iini.
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THE REED SISTERS!
Europe's j)ieinit'ro Knu'strioiini's'
secure I at the Knorinous nalary of
?SiK) per week.
Absolute Ktiiplit.-i of tlie air. Tlie
liiy-hest sal.iriecl Aeralissts in two
CHARLES W. FISH,
Tlie World's Createst Somer
MIKADO'S TKOUI'E OF UOV
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l.aiL'Vl living II iipi.iitiiitiiis; (uoiniulitv
liiT(l-..il iM.iiilcr.iii- iHTl'iiriniim mill iiiiinl
nlle ilaiii'im; eli-phiinl
TUEMEN'Dors HE VI A L OF
THE MAXIM US.
Twii niiiN liurx' cliariiit r.-ires. excit in
I'm -kry i;iri', novel eleiliiiut iiml caiiii-l
rail--, i liilil ili'li'ht iiiij M1MV ri,ri.s with
nionki'V ilrivrr-i, lauylialili- ilmikcv rsicet
with clown drivers, ami intiTeMini; 1:1
II i in; lares hrtween iniiortf. lui-lish
im ,V1,1,". '"""WAY l.oIOTIVK
iii'.M I l.hs-. niarvcluns imentioii,
inns mi; thrniiuh the street k with the ease
ill a iasenUei enuine, anil ilrawinu one of
the sections of the colossal pantile.
i.nVil'!,'rV,'!? - AW (A M Kl CATIIIv
I'KAI. Ill-.l.l.s A reproduction of the
tainonst hiines of the Kremlin Tower, the
im:-ir ol which can lie heard in melodious
cadence a dozen miles away.
The procession leaves the show grounds
promptly at In o'clock on the muriiin.' of
the exhibition. It is worth comim; Phi
miles losee. It is over a mile in leni;t h.
len ol the thirty dens of performing ild
beasts are exhibited free and open upon
the streets; ten kinds of music makefile
air merry with sweet melotl v ; lonir cara
vaiisof elephants and desert horn drome
dimes l.rini; the lile of the orient to the
doors of the Occident.
THE PROCESSION' MOVLS RAI OR SME.
This tiipemloiis Aggregatiois will IVisitivelylllxhibit in
tDL'Hj w vy iLa tJiiJO
Two complete performances daily, afternoon at 2, night at 8. Doors open one hour earlier One
ticket admits to all the combined shows.
ADMISSION -ADULTS, 50c; CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS, 25 CENTS,
AND STILL THEY COME.
Two Stoamers With Cholera
on Board Arrive.
THEIR GRAVES UNMARKED
The Yellow Flag also Floatlnn From
the Normannlaand on Hoffman
Island Sandy Hook Will
Be Used as a Refuge.
XKW York, Sept. '.. The Ilam
burtf.American steamship Wise
land reached the lower hay this
morning and anchored and hoisted
the yellow Hag, indicating that she
had sickness, prohaMy cholera,
ahoard. The Wisland, like the
Kugia, carrieH lioth cabin and steer
age passenger's, and has her full
complement of the latter.
There have been two deaths
aboard the steamer Wyoming. Dr.
Jenkins thinks the deaths are sits
piciotis and has sent the mother of
of the two children to Swinbutn
island for investigation. Dr. Jen
kins has also found two children
and the niolher of another family
sick with cholera symptoms and
sent them to tlie island. The immi
grants came from Russia. The
Wyoming will go hack to lower
quarantine and the steerage passen.
i gers will be landed on Hoffman
' island for observation.
The yellow Hag has also been
; hoisted on board the .Nonuannia,
) where so many s.iltioii passengers
are detained in spite of the fact that
I the seoilge seems to be attacking
f tlie steamship's crew and steerage
I" passengers only.
The yellow II, (g is also 11) nig
,f from the pole on 1 (oilman island.
f Though the news that two more
. cholera ships wi re in port increases
the gravity of the situation at quar
antine, there is no alarm felt in of.
llcial circles and the health author
ities art- still conlident of being
able to keep the dread invader from
landing. Dr. Jenkins .said last night
'there had been no new cases aboard
4 the Moravia lor -ei tal day.- am! lie
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j iiis i iii no insrasc 1 1 ; i ( i ru't 11
I stamped out aboat d the essel.
j, Tlie ltritish steamer Joseph lolin,
'which left Hamburg August ju,
) passed Sandy Honk lor New York
i at S.'Jil. The vessel registers but
l,;ta7 tons and is ol the tramp species
of steamer. She reports all will
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211 cabin and 71 1 steerage jiassen
gers. All are well. She will prob
ably go up tomorrow morning.
The Spree is expected to go up
late this afternoon. The I'rince
William, Saginaw anil Asiatic went
An appeal is today addressed to
(iovcrnor Flower signed by a com
mittee of passengers, first and
second class, of the steamer Nor
niaimia protesting against being
kept prisoners aboard that cholera
infected ship. The petition is
signed by a committee consisting
entirely of physicians, and among
other charges against Dr. Jenkins
is the allegations that the health
officers only visit the vessel every
two or three days, make no syste
matic and regular inspection, and
that deatl bodies remain on the
vessel a dangerously long time be
fore removal by the health authorities.
Kvthing can besaii
in fnvor of tlio lest medicine, in tha
world tint may not be said of tbo
most worthless. In ono case, it's
true; in tlie other, it isn't; but how
can you distinguish?
Judge by what is ,w. There's
only one blood-purifier that's ginr
antcal It's Dr. Tierce's (ioldca
Medical Discovery and this is what
is done with it; if it doesn't ben
or cure, in every case, you get v
money hack. Isn't it likely to
All the year round, as well at
time as another, it cleanses and .
ifies the system. All hlood-pois
must go. For livsnepsia, lhli
ness, Scrofula, Salt-rheum, Tett
Krysipdas, or any blood-taint or
order, it is an tinviualcd remedy.
It's the cheapest, too. "With t
you pay only for the good you go
And nothing else is "just as goo
OFT YOU THINK
Tliat Old. Carpet
of yours has lmi turned for the Inst time, it. will hardly
stand another such heating as yon gave it last pprin- besides
we know you are too tender hearted to give it such another
.ashing. It will be a useless task as you cannot lash back
its respectability. Hotter discard it altogether and let u
ell you one of these elegant new patterns that we hav
SpiqnH l-ouso Gleaning.
Will soon be upon ns and you will want new carpets, cur
tains, linens, etc. We are head quarters tor anything in
this line, we can sell you hemp carpets as low as ten cents
yard, Ingrains as low as twenty-live cents and Jirussells
roni titty cents upward. This is n
NEW : DEPARTMENT
with us. AVe have handled them with samples but tinding
that we could sell them much cheaper by having them in
stock we have discarded the former method and are now
able to sidl them at a very low price, will duplicate Omaha
prices every time, kin ! and quality taken into consideration
lleing all new goods we have no old designs in the line, We
have jiist received an excellent assortment of
We tun sell lace curtains lor ."!' cents a pair upward. Irish
L'oint curtains, Tambour muslin curtains. Suiss curtains,
curtain screen in plain ami fancy, table silks tor draperies,
t'lienille I'oi'tieres. Also a line line of window shades at
the lowest prices.
We have the liue.-t lino ot linens ever brought to this city
Tabic cloths with napkins to match, Table scarfs, liurla'ii
drapes, bleached table damask with drawn work and hem
stitched by the yard, plain damask tor drawn work, linen
scrim, stamped linens, an elegant assortment of towds with
taney and drawn w-ork borders, plain and tancv Huck and
MflVfifl ft MOlWrAN.
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Still continue to be
In the Clothing Business.
This is fully demonstrated by the fact that they
have sold ir -nod thisSpnnir tn
THERE ARE THREE RE ASOHsTS
They own their goods as low as mortal
can buy them for spot cash.
They sell them to their customers at as low
prices as mortal man can sell them and make
They are Square and Honest in their Deal
linen sheeting and pillow casing eh
Those Three Reasons are the Keystones of Their
pJnw To snow their appreciation (.1 their
increase of business they propose to
give away to their customers ;1 II;lI1.Umi.
Hook, entitled "The Columbian World's Fair
O Atlas of the World," to every person buying
goods to the amount of either at one
purchase or in running account. They will
give them a copy ,,',s V;11I;lll, ,uo.
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