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T'ilK DAILY IIKUaM"), l'.ATioif..ui.i. ..;;.;aSKA. TUESDAY, FEJiUUAllY 7. 1SS8.
Tl?3 Plattsnjouti! Dailv Horaid
KNOTTB 13 B O a.,
Publishers & Proprietors.
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Oue copy six mourns in advance 7"i
The IIkiiai.i is enjoying a season of
prosperity which i very gratifying to its
owners. Beginning next week wo expect
to have brief communications from every
town or precinct in the county, thus mak
ing Tiik 1Ii:ai.i par excellence for the
county news. No expense will be spared
to get the news from all over the country
each week, which we believe will bsj ap
preciated by our reader?.
TllS Vlllt'K OF Wool,.
. Chicago, Jan. 7. To the Editor of
Inter-Ocean. The Tribune of the 5th
of this mouth publishes an article from a
correspondent at Columbus. Ohio, which
is intended to show that the price of
wool for a scries of years has been higher
uiuler a low than a high taiitT. and pro
f esses to give statistics to prove it, and
the Tribune says that "figures Jo not
lif." Unfortunately, in this cae, if the
figures do not lir, the man who made
them docs. Take a few of his figures:
lie says that the price of wool in Uo.-ton
in 1ST1, under the tariff of was -10
cents, when the fact is that wool sold in
Boston that jear at (it to 1)0 cents p. r
The farmers of Yates county, New
York, sold their wool that year for x"
cents per pound.
lie gives the price in 18?!-S0 at ."0
cents per pound. Upon inspecting our
books I fin;l that for those two years our
sales in Chicago averaged from ?J to Ty,',
cents per pound.
In the year InSI we paid the farmers
in Illinois and "W to 'M cents
per pound for their wool, and sold it at
37i to 41 cents per pound. lie Ins it 20
cents in Boston.
Through the whole of lss2 wc sold
wool in Chicago at 71 to 41 cents. Yet
the Tribune's statistician says the price
"in Boston the years named was 2"i cents.
In the year ISSo. before the reduction
in the tariff, we sold wool at 37 to 4!!
cents, but after the tariff was reduced we
6old at 32 to 35 cent for the rest of thi
year. We think the above figures can be
verified by the tales of any wool house
in Chicago for the jears named, and will
be sufficient to show the animls of the
article in the Tribune. From 1SS3 to
the present, wool has steadily declined.
until the price today is 33 per cent less
than before the reduction of the tariff,
and the number of sheep in this country
has decreased (5,000.000. The decrease
in the amount of wool for the same time
is 35,000,000 pounds.
"We did not start out to write an arti
, clc on the tariff, but simply to show
some of the tricks to which free trade
journals will resort in trying to make a
point against the tariff.
T. AY. IIat.i, 6c Co., Wool Dealers.
Mr. Smith Weed lives at Tlattsburg.
N. Y. : he is "a Democrat from way back;"'
lie was an intimate friend and advi.-cr
of Tildcn; has been strong in State and
. National conventions for twenty years or
so back; he helped to make Cleveland
Governor and President. Such a man
hardly can be classed with the devoted
followers of Senator Sherman. And at
about the time Senator Sheiman was sav
ing in reply to Senator Kenna that
The Republican party would join w ith
the Democratic party in reducing such
taxation as bore heavily on the people;
but it would preserve the system of pro
tection by tariff duties just so long as it
was necessary to give to Americans a fair
chance in the trade and commerce of the
country, so as not to invite foreigners to
compete with home industry.
Mr. Smith Weed was saying this of such
young men as Mr. Kenna:
There is very little of it when you bring
them to a test, but they can make a good
ileal of noise. Every year they turn out
some hundreds of young chaps from the
colleges who have been taught by joung
fellows like Sumner at Yale that free
trade is a divine and beautiful thing.
They run around wild with it for a little
time until they settle down to some ser
ious auel sober business, and tlien they
find how life is, like other folks. The
consequence i.s that this school will al
ways be a school oi juveniles, aided by
the old women of the colleges. The mut
ter looks very logics! to them, and if
what was logical was always to 1" insist
ed upon we should need no frontiers at
all nor any political organizations. Every
government, however, finds it necessary
when it squares for business, to look out
for its own, as head3 of families do.
Under our system, which is not political,
and was adopted by men of all political
parties at the very first Congress eVer
held, wc have found it useful to ourselycs
and mankind to preserve our own and
make our own part of the world thrifty
and industrious to support the different
interests, agricultural and mechanical,
upon a plan which ia comprehensive, and
which I believe has yielded the largest
insult- t" any IjuaiK 5 it ysSe;ii cvi-r put j
in mutton, lliere is no probability of
:my free trade policy being adopted in
America; the question is largely now re
duced to one of wages, und as a question
of wages goes all through the society you
will find when you come t;; whittle it
town that there is a very .surill minority
of people who want to cut their own pay
PHii.ADKM'Hr.v Press: "Democratic or.
gans all over the country continue to
howl at Senator Chandler, of New Hamp
shire, and the Senator just earnestly con
tinues his demand for fair elections and
an honest count at tlu south. There
never was a clearer case uf cause and ef
fect." And there never was a more vig
orous howl on the part of the wooden
headed press, in order to preserve the
majorities secured by fraud.
- - - -
To think of Sam"l J. Randall as a dem
ocratic leader is suflieient to throw our
friend of the Journal into the worst
kind ef spasms and facial contortions.
N ver mind brother Sherman. Sam'l J
ltaudall will be remembered as a ttatcs
maii years after the howlers foi free trade
dogmas have been forgotten.
Chattanmm:.v (Tenii.) f'on inerriu:
Mr. Cleveland represents the ghost of r.n
idea that was embodied in Calhoun, de
veloped by the institution of slavery,
crystallized in the confederate constitu
tion and dissolved by the war. Wc
want him to test the question of its real
ity by running again.
Ci.kvki.axd Leader: T!u trouble
with the Democrats is that they can see
no wrong in a crime ot which their par
ty is the beneficiary. The record of the
Democracy of Ohio during the past-. two
years has proven this.
Eegg's Cherry Cough Syrup.
Is warranted for all that the label calls
for, so if it does not relieve your cough
vim can call at our store and the money
tx-III be refunded to you. It acts simul
taneously on all parts of the system,
i hereby leaving no bad ivsultj. O. 1'.
Smith fc Co., Druggi.-ts. j:M-3mdtS:w
Tin-: cold wave predicted yesterday ar
i ived, but the recent warm weather seems
to have tempered the northern blasts to
such an extent, that wc arc constrained
t- call this very pleasant weather.
Begg's Cherry Cough Syrup.
Is the only medicine that acts directly
on the Lungs, Blood and Bowels, it jc
iieves a cough instanth' and in time
ffects a permanent cure. Sold by O. P.
Smith & Co., druggists. j23.3uio,d-w.
Ocrman Substitute for Hard Tack.
All the garrison within the limit of the
Seventh army corps (Lower Rhine and
Westphalia) have now been provided
with larger samples of the new article of
food which in future to form the so
called "iron ration" of the men in tho
Held. It is a peculiar kind of bread in
the shaM3 of small cubes the size of a
chocolato drop, made of fine wheat bread,
r.trongly spiced, and calculated to keep !
lor a longtime. wicn laKen nuo uie
mouth it quickly softens, and is both
palatable and nutritious. It is c-hieiry in
tended for forced marches, when there ia
no time for camping and cooking. Ber
HismareU'H Sleeping Habits.
Prince Bismarck never goes to bed till
3 in the morning, ami doesn't get up till
r.oon. In his bedroom a light is kept
burning all night, numbers of messages
often requiring his personal attention be
ing brought in dcaing tho night. In
consideration of the late hours kept by
t he prince, supper is served late in the
evening and seldom finished before mid
fight. Besides the l'rincess Bismarck.
Count and Countesa Rantzau partake of
almost every meal, regularly leaving t?:
palace at 10:43 p. m., when, a-second class
cab alwavs takes them home. Chicago
In ii "I'eanti Tying" Establishment.
A lady who was insjK-cting the vari
ous whitewashes in a "beautifying" es
tablishment, said to the at tendant : "Those
things make one sallow, do tiny not;"
"Oh, every lady over 29 is sallow, yon
know." replied the sallow attendant. "I
:-m 21, and must expect to Ik; sallow.
And madam is sallow. This is the firct
lay I have been without make up on my
face for months, or you wouldn't know
that I was sallow." "Of course not,"
said the lady, but nevertheless she did not
luv. New York Press "Every Day
I'ltris Iin::cr Time.
Dinner time at Paris has recently be
come so late tl Kit the theatres have suf
fered in consequence. A numlier of
ladies have decided to keep punctually to
thr1 hour named, and to sit down to the
table whether t'leir guests are there cr
i: A. New York Sun.
Who is Your Best Friend?
Your stomach of course. Why! Be
cause if it is out of order you are one of J
the most miserable creatures living. Give
it a fair chance and see if it is not the best
friend you have in the end. Don't smoke
in the morning. Don.t drink in the
morning. If you must smoke ami drink
wait until your stomach is through with
breakfast. You can drink more ami
smoke more in the evening and it will tell
on von less. If J'our food ferments and
does riot digest right--if you are troubl
ed with 1-Icartbnrii, Dizziness of the head,
coming up of the food after eating, bil
iousness, indigestion, or any other trouble
of the stomach, you had best use Green's;
August flower, its no person can use it'
without immediate relief.
Fiirnitnrfl for the cellar kitchfn hilt
parley sold on weekly or monthly install-'
nients at L Pearlman's. ". f2 dtf
AWAKE AND ACT.
t'p, up, ray anxiV. the lii: sul tim re.k-emiDfj;
Sow thou the seeds of bi tter deeit and thought;
IJht other lumps while yet tliy li'it is Ia-uiiiii'.
The time Is short.
THE VOiCE OF TIME.
The only triumph over Time
That Time jiermits is his who sings;
The hh t Time himself defies
iJy secret help of Time's own wins.
ilelrn Haut Jiicl;son.
A NEW MOTOFt WANTED.
Soiiietliinjr tiio 'World is "Waiting I'or.
The world is ready for a new motor is act
ually I'Xiieeting and waiting for it. What it
will lx no man can tell, but just now it looks
as though eleetrieity was destined to suj
iilant steam in many of the meehariical pro
cesses, or at least" to be used in the distribu
tion ami application of power furnished In
steam generated iu great quantities and ceo
nomieally at central ioii:tr:, or by waterfalls
or the tides of the sea. Klectric motors have
already leen so perfected as to demonstrate
not only the ease with which the power pro
duced by a dynamo may bo distributed, but
its adaptability to almost every purpose for
which power is rei paired.
Nearly thirty street railways are already
ojx-rated by electric motors of various kinds,
and successful exiK-rimcnts ere making Li ro
and e!.ewhero with e-leetrie locomotives. In
'everal manufacturing center.? eleetrie power
is supplied for driving planting presses r.nd
other machinery, ami wherever it has been
introduced it has been popular, the principal
objection lioing its cost. And even that ob
stacle to its general use will no doubt event
ually be overcome. The steam engine, in its
infancy, was a crude machine, wasting nil
but a very small jortion of the power gener
ated; but a Coidiss invented a "cut off," and
other ingenious men devjVed improvements
in boilers and tho means cf utilizing fuel,
and we have tho perieetcd steam engine- of
So, too, when the el.K-tric lamp was fi:-!-fc
i:ueeessi"iilly lighted, tho cost of supplying it
with an electric current was so great that its
popular usj was said to Ixj out of the ques
tion. But improvements wero made in dyna
mos, and economics in ojjor&tinjj them wero
introduced, until electric lamps today com
plete successfully with gas light?, not only in
i.ho t-uality of the illumination they give,
but aiso in the cost t;t which they are fur
nished. Tho electric motor, which rdready
is admitted to possess man- advantages over
tho direct use of steam power, wiil v.zt be
mado as cheap as the latter, but whether it is
to bo the motor of tho futuro or not, time
alono can tell. Frank Leslie's.
Oranges All the Way from Italy.
"It is wonderful how tho Mediterranean
orange trade has developed within tho past
tea years," said a west side importer to a
reiwrter the other day.
"Why, I remember tho tinio when we
never used to get an orange from Italy after
the 4th of July until tho spring trade opened
again, and now wo get them all the year
round. Thcro was a time when tho Havana
orango was all the go, noi so very long since,
either, but now you never hear of a Havana.
It's all Florida and Jamaica. Tho Cuban
groves petered out, end oranges, it was
found, could bo raised much cheaper both in
Florida and Jamaica, Ia fact, they ran tho
Mediterranean oranges out 6f the market for
a while, but; now they are back again with a
"ilow do you account for this?'
"Simply from the fact that during the pant
ten or fifteen years so many Italians, who
have come to this country and mado littlo
fortunes in tho street vending business, have
gone back to Italy and Sic-ily aud started
"Do you think many have made sufficient
"Certainly. Tbey aro economical and
thrifty people, as a rule, and have a deal of
hard common serine. Many have scraped to
gether perhaps several thousand dollars, and
this in Italy is a sumptuous fortune, and will
enable a man to live liko a bird for tho rest
of his life. A few hundred dollars is suffi
cient to purchase a plot of ground large
enough for an orange grovo, and as this fruit
grows in that country almost without culti
vation, you see oranges can bo raised very
cheaply, so cheaply, in fact, that they can be
brought all the way to this market, sold
lower than the domestic f ruit, and still bring
a handsoma profit to tho grower." New
York Evening Sun.
The T"ainous Cashmere Gate.
Near my hotel is tho famous Cashmere
Gate world-famed in connection with thj
brilliant exploit of the little forlorn hope
that on tho morning cf Sept. It, lt-57,
succeeded, ia tho face cf a deadly fusilaclo
from tho walls tlud the wicket gates, in car
rying bags of gunpowder and blov.'hig it up.
Through tho opening thus effected poured
tho engor troopj that rescued tho city from
ten times their own number of mutineers, and
turned tho beams of the scalo in which the
fato tf the wholo British-Indian empiro was
at tho moment balanced. Perhaps ia all th3
world's battles, no more heroic achievement
was ever attempted or carried out than tho
blowing up of tho Cashmere Gate. "fcSalkcld
laid liis baga of powder, ia ths face o a
deadly fire from the open wicket not ten feet
distant; ho was iiistimtly shot through tho
arm and leg and fell back on tho bridge,
banding the port lire to Sergeant' Eargess,
bidding him light the fuse. Burgess was in-i-tantly
shot dead in tho attempt. Sergeant
Carmichael then advanced, took up the port
tiro and succeeded in tiring the fus?, but im
mediately fell, mortally wounded. Sergeant
Smith, seeing him fall, advanced at a run,
but finding that the fuse was already burn
ing, flung himself into tho ditch." Thomas
Stevens in Gating.
Tho Dainty's I'hoi or:i-h.
A "iv::- h dandy went to a photographer to
get his picture taken. "When tho job was
done ho refused, to pay, on the ground that
tho picture did not look liko him, and he left
the establishment. Next morning he passed
by the plae-e and saw his picture hanging in
the showcase, and under it were tho startling
words in big letters "Tho biggest fool in tho
wholo town." IIo rushed into the storo find
abused tho photographer. "But, my dear
sir," said the latter, "siueo the picture doesn't
resemble you, What in the world are you
complaining about, New York Sun,
Agricultural Kipcriment Station.
Tho Pennsylvania State College Agricultu
ral Kxjx'iaiueiit statjou was established by
vote of the trustees, Jane 30, 1867, in accord
ance with tho provisions of the Hatch act,
and will continue and greatly enlarge the ex
perimental work of jKist years. It investi
gates such subjects as are of immediate im-
Iiortauei.i to tho farmer of the state, and pub
ishes the results in j-ejiorts and bulltfnsj
which aro distributed f i-ee of charge to. alj
citizens of the state who apply for them.
' People who ore always on ho go Chi
cagoans, for instance are now called "pen
dulums" l'j Bostouiaiia.
l;-Ucr Thttii llotbeil I'loci-sf..-..
'Better know onn thing well than
many indifferently," was tho mlo by
which the children of the last generation
were trained, whilo a good education was
thought to lx' a growth of year.- and
careful, patient : tudy, and not to lo
forced by the holhc-d proc-ss now too
much in vogue. It was thought, too,
that no education, could lie complete un
l'.s;i thoiv was l!i.t a solid foundation em
which to build, tho lntbm layer of said
foundation being a thorough knowledge
of reading, writing and sjK-lling, geog
raphy, arithmetic, history and grammar.
Those aro liomeiy accomplishments, but
far more necessary to one's success in
life as a scholar than a mere smattcrintj
of tho higher branches and an ambitious
attempt at an essay, which may have in
it line ligures of speech. lxrrowod from
some text book, and classical allusions
fallen from the t-ne-ycloptvdia, but is still
lamentably at fault so far as writing ami
Fpclling and grammar aro concerned.
Mary J. Holmes.
Tbe Oldest Arm Cltuir.
The oldest arm chair in tho world U
tho throne of Queen llatafu, who
flourished in Egypt l,(i()() years B. C. It
is made of ebony and is U-autifulIy
carved. Ii; is now one of tho most te
Ce:it treasurer, of the British museum.
New York ir iiii.
Best's Blood Purifier and Blood
No remedy in the world ha:, gained
the popularity th.it this medicine ha?, as
a hold oil family medicine. No one
should be without it. It lias no calomel
or quinincin its composition, consequent
ly no bad effects can aiise from it. "We
keep a full supply at all times. O. P.
Smith Co. Druggist. j-J"-.'5moelecw
A Now Kenedy v.ith WosdeiiTil Healing Fowsrs.
Fcr i-r.th ir.ternr.I nnri c.tfrr.t I.h3.
POSITIVE CURS F0S5 P.KCUKATsSM AND KEUHALSIA
Ah Coiic. Croiip. licatiiiciie. Lame Back. Wmim's,
?m! all r-i e;; ::i!iu' nts 1' tin: luniKUi IkhIv.
yAlL-T? AD ) Is the Boston Earth Ter Omelet'?.
""CCtiCK CURE I'C'.-ua'is. hs-sat and Lr Tra-.ib!c3
A i !oTXT? 01";r'"5'-.T CUrS its i.-.:".I:r Ct;.-:::.
Thesa Kcdlcir.oo r.re V.'an-antccl by you.- Druggist.
IViee -'" , e. mkI f-1 J,'-r liulile. l'"V ii v!- vriil
soiul 1:i:v"-m ic el 'i! !k r Cure, j;i epjiiil. .d,i:i:.-..j
Hail-Road Remedy Co., Box 372. Lincoln. No!.
Trade supplied by Kicharelson Drug Co.,
Dr. Fdack's Rheumatic Cure has
cured more cases of Rheumatism in the
last ten years in this city and county than
any and all other medicines put together.
For sale bv Smith & Black.
Use Dr. mack's Pdicumatic Cure and
throw away your cane and crutches.
For sale bv Smith & Black.
Constable's Sal a.
By virtue of five exeeut ons issued hy Calvin
I'assell, county ji:Uc. within ai.rt f(- C.'s
I'liUiitv. Nelir.s'ka. ami to tue direeleil. I will
D i tlielOili i!-y e-i" KelTum v. A. 1. lsss, ;,t 10
"cloel; a. in.. ! .-ai't il-iy ' the i-ii re li;itn
fin-nierly eeu:i'P(l t.-y .telin S. lH:ke, on Vniii
.-licet in I'lai I seioii! h. "ass eiumt y. N ehra-Ua.
sell at iml'lic auction, the. foliov. iiij; s; toils
chatties t.'j-v.it :
All tilt? st'-ek of ii.if(i-.va;e ainl hhejfwave,
coi siM ii;;; ci' 1 1 stoves, s'.'i veijjie, eh. 'sins, i; ;i.i!s.
moreens anil halts, tin buckets. Koives ai.d
to-I;-,'rhiji wire.plow liiUnHes, ttai vanizeU iron,
small lubes, iron h.-lts. well wheels, pocket
knives and ?et!ei y. etc. i hehiir :-H the stoel: of
said Julia p. i r.ke now re e.iiiii:ir uns-ild aisd
hi sr.iil store n( in. The same l"'t,fr levied up
on an.l take s the on peiiy cf John s. I)uke,
(iefetiilant ; to satisfy live .pidinei.ts sif f.'.id
eem t recovered 1 Levi ( Juldintc, W. H.Schi 1.1
kiieeht. Northlield hi it i f - o. I.e. pold Bio ct
Co.. C. Sidney rflii-pheid ct Oj., piainliils,
i:ga::!st said )eYe-,i(h;iit.
rh'.ltstaotitli, Aeb.. laauary .10, A. D. ISss.
M. ilchl WAIN, C'ol sfjihlP,
;f it CasL-Coun'y, Nebraska.
Dr. ICC. Yes'"s Xeive juid I'.ri'in 'i'l ea.tnifiit
i jruai-anteo speeilie for Jty.slt i ia Diziness.
Convulsions. Kits. rvoiss Senraljiia, Hi-;id-a'-'u".
-Nei veoxis I'rosirritioii caused by tlii-u-c
el alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness. t ci-tal J e
pression, Soiteiiiu oft he I'.rai n restiJl injj; in in
sa: it;, an-: IcH-liiie; t misery, decay and lead,
-reu.aliire !d ..!,''. B-an'oniiess, I,"os. of I'ow
er in til iier s-x. invohu.'tary Bompk aa i Sper
laat rrhica caused by ovVi--e:ert ;is of ihn
bi jiia. seit'abnse or ovt-r-ir.diileiiei l-I.-ieh Ik,
contains one mouth's iieat:ui-nt. ?1 ea a bos
orsK Imxe.-s for .").e(i, st nt-ey leail pi t j-ai-J
lvrei j;t of piiee
VE GU AH AliTEE SIX
Tt cure r.'i v eUwe. Vi:li ea,-h order r.-eeived
bv es for si: boxes, aeeoiupaii ed wiih e..on.
we wiil semi the piirc!i;tsi-r our written .euaiai:
K e to l eturn 1 he iroaey if the r at eient does
lo'i t lTect a cure. Cu- raotees issued only bv
W ili .J. V;.n ick sde a:;ei)f, J!;:ttsinutii. Neb.
AVe will pay the above reward fcr any
case of liver complaint, dyspepsia, sick
headache, indigestion, constipation or
costi veness we cannot cure with
West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the
directions are stiiitiy complied with.
They are purely vegetable, and never
fail to give salisl'aelion. Large boxes
ccntaining '-X) suar coated pills. oe.
For sale by all druguir-ts. Beware of
counterfeits and imitations. The genu
ine manufactured onlv bv John (). Well
& Co., W. Madison St. Chicago, Its j
Sold byW. ..T Warriek.
Use Dr. Black's Bheuin.ilic Cure if
it don't do you any gooil come in find
we will j;ive you voc,r money back. For
sale by Smith' & Blac k.
Tiie standard remedy for liver com
plaint is West's Liver Pill; they never
disappoint you. 30 pills 2qc. At War
rick's dry, 2 stpr-e,
JULiUS PEPPER BERG,
MASVFACTiTRER OF AND
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DEALER IN TIIE
Choicest Brands of Cigars,
Flor de Pepperbergo and 'Buds
FULL LINE C
tati nnn axtt Q-rnTri7T?S' AT?TTf!T..T.S
always in stock. Nov. 20, 18S.. i
.fern mm &mM
- . -v -V-r?? E ATM E :T
-I must make
Large Stock of Spring Goods
Coming and therefore will reduce sill leather goods 20 per
cent, below regular jricets for cah only.
illl Goods lidarod in Flain Figures.
Ladies' French Kid
Ladies' French Kid . .
Ludies" Bright Uonola .
Ladies.' J right I )onL'oia .
Laeie' Kid ...'....'...'...'....
Dadies' Jeb. (imt.
Ladies' I'eb. (;)at. . .
Men's J'urt Shoes. . .
Men's iSIioes . . .
Men's Shoes . . .
Men's Shoes . . .
Ciiildrens '-Little (liant School Shoes," the best in the market, same
reduction. Now i.s your chance to lay in a cheap supply.
Oliver 2z Slaiiige, IPropriotcrc.
BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, POULTRY
Via keep constantly on hand the Jin est and freshest line of meats
in the city. Meats i all kinds in their season.
SUGAR CURED MEAT?, HAMS, BACON, LARD,
SAUSAGE AND MINCE MEAT.
And everything to suit the demand our trade. Give us a trial,
OLIVES d --2v0-E:,
South Side Main Street, I jet ween Fifth and Sixth.
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal and Poultry.
X isivito all to givo 2zie a. trial.
Sugar Cured Meats, ITam, Kacou, LarJ, ct. etc. Fiosli Oysters in Cau aud Balk
at lowest Hying prices. Do not fail to uivu me your patronage.
KITCHEN, BED EOOM.
Lowest 5?ricss in tb.o City. Call and.
SIXTH STREET, BET. MAIN AND VINE. PLATTSMOUTII NPHf
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PORK PACKERS aku dealkrs in BUTTER AND EGGS
BEEF, PORK, MUTTON AND VEAL.
TIIE BEST TIE3 MARKET AFFORDS ALWAYS ON HAND.
Sugar Cured Meats, Hams. Bacon, Lard, &c., &q
ot our own make. The best brands of OYSTERS, in cans and lmli-
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. K' al
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S5 00 0 percent. discount $4 00
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