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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1888)
.....tod center of th
, dried fruit Industry of th
which during recent year hat
. very Urge proportion, the good
, -lp5 l in large quantities to all of the
.iiir market of the world. No finer fruit
u produced on this continent than U grown
In die territory embraced under the name of
Western New York, comprising; some twelre
df the moat fertile and richest counties of
the Empire vtate. The cultivation of fruit,
especially apple, liaa suiiersedod all other
agricultural products and ha proved the
rno.t remunerative to the grower. The or
chards of the farming community are the
chief source of their wealth, and the indus
try ia proammted with unabated vigor, largely
aided by the experience, skill and resources
of the great nurseries of Rochester, famed
throughout the world.
Thousands of tons of apples are produced
every season from a quality of fruit hereto
fore wasted and allowed to rot on the
ground, and which now forms a nice income
to the grower. It h, in the utilization of those
waUe products that the desiccation of fruit
Lecomes a valuable and indispensable adjunct
to every fruit grower, aud the bnsinesa may
Le considered as yet in its infancy.
EXTEXT OF THE BUSINESS.
Within a radius of forty miles of Rochester
there are more than 1,600 evaporators, from
the small farm house drier, of a capacity of
twenty-five bushels a day, to the largo steam
evaporator, drying 800 to 1,000 bushels of
apples each twenty -four hours. These eva
porators give employment during the autumn
and early winter months to at least 30,000
stands, who average from Id to $13 a week,
according to experience and usefulness.
Kew factories are erected every season, prov
ing that the business is profitable when pro
perly and economically conducted. Constant
care and scrupulous cleanliness are the first
element of success in evaporating good
The production during the season of 1SS7
may be well considered the largest since the
inception of the business, some fifteen years
ago. A careful estimate places the total
quantity at about 20,000,000 pounds, worth at
first cost some $2,000,000. To produce this
quantity of apples it required 5,000,000 bush
els of apples, 15,000 tons anthracite coal, and
the constant attendance, night and day, of
an army of men, women and children, num
bering 25,000 to 30,000. Tbe water elimi
nated in the process of evaporation amounted
to 225,000 tons, reducing the bulk of the green
fruit to about ono-eighth of its original
weight, each 100 pounds yielding when prop
erly evaporated twelve ounda on an aver
age. Tho fruit is usually packed in cases of
two cubit feet measurement, holding fifty
pounds net, the product of say eight and oue
half bubht'l of green apples.
COST Or TRANSPORTATION.
The advantages in freight alone will be
appervnt from the following comparison,
showing the cost of shipping one case to
Liverpool, England, which at existing
freight rates will cost a littlo less than thirty
cents, whilo in the green or fresh state ia
barrels the same quantity would cost $2.25,
and In the canned state almost $2.10, without
considering tho deterioration of the green
fruit and the dangers of fermentation to the
canned article, the apple in the evaporated
state being transported without any danger
of deterioration or decay. The refuse of th'
apples, such as tho parings and cores, are
dried and form the base of all the cheap jel
lies manufactured at present. The quan
tity produced last season will aggregate some
12,009,000 pounds, so that not a particle of
the fruit is wasted.
The principal consuming countries abroad
are Germany, England, Belgium, Holland
and Prance, in which tba new product has
entirely displaced the old fashioned sun dried
fruit There were shipped alone to Prance
during 1867 some 13,000 barrels of a quality
known as chopped or sliced apple, which is
dried without being either pared or cored,
and is used chiefly for the production of
rider, cheap wines and distillation when the
vineyards of France suiter from the phyllox
era. Some 4,000,000 pounds were exported
during the season, of which more than one
half were shipped from Rochester. Brad-street's.
Glrl In a Candy Store.
In a confectionery establishment where
half a dozen pretty young women are em
ployed behind the counters I noticed one of
the latter cram half a dozen caramels into
tier mouth at once and appear to enjoy them
hugely. She stood in full view of the pro
prietor as she did to and I expected to see
him administer a reproof. Instead of doing
so he only looked at me and knowingly closed
his left eye. - "J should think terrible inroads
must be made in your stock if all your young
women have appetites like that," observed
L "Not a bit of it," hM-csponded, "when
a -young woman is engaged to sell candy
?or this house she receives permission to
& Just as much as she likes; with the
Tiet understanding, however, that she is
t to carry any out of the store. She avails
-salt of the permission readily enough, but
doesn't devour half so much the secor!
t she does the first; on tho thJrd she
"-ay with even less and at the end of a
wouldn't give you ten cents for the
t the whole shop, so far as her own
1 cones rued. The girl who bolted
ols just now thinks she's the
-live. In a week sho won't carp
te candy shops in the country
- not. so long as ber own cm
rare. My advice to a youth
'evoorin girl 19 'cr kim to
r with it for a week. At tho
he can devote his fcalory to
sent of Seasickness.
hysiolcgist, Pr. Past re. bnj
'ous cxperir.-.eutj with cuiV
jeet of determining tho
"s Tbo creatures hye
-arions kiuds tf motion
"oiling and pitching oi
Hind, ou examination,
re thereby strangely
thrown against tho
Nines that a similar
"ickness on board of
bis irritation. Dr.
" cd strych
, I IfudiT
. itoertjr and Hi
-.mii 1 iiH-nln. hiiiI to
..i ' f ImiH-iWhHlile re
.iitn!e the lierolc iimiim-m of
.. who have len tit -re reeeotl
from iiurcotmi l. Urimt. titlrl
., 1C I'll'l t'nukllliK. Miiy 1 liHr liieni-
it ! faithfully 1km lln-'l. i also re- uV
will) our urci'llin;' mii.I -mer fur In recvti
III iihiiic tl die of our lfvin hern w H hone
memory will lie ire;. fined In t history hoili
of riiilIU'niiM nul ol Hie republic I Itf imiiie
NtllHtof I lie I'-lile rol tit r mxl fovoiile child
of victory, J liiiip II. slu ritiuii.
In the I'li.t I those isreul leader ami of our
(l-volln t human liheitv. h'm! wilii Itiiit Iiom
tiiily to nil forum o tleHtotim aid oppre-Mou
which It the iiii'itiiiiienlal Idea of I lie ! publi
can party, we rcrnl frule'lial eoniiituhil hum
lo our fellow A mi rlcii ol Kinit iihui theli
irreat act of eiiiancliiAl Ion which completed
the ahoiitlon of tilaverv tliroiiln.ut the two
American eoutluenlt. t e eai ncslly hope we
may roon coiiKtntulate our fellow fillens of
Irlli birth upou the peaceful n-covcry of home
rule for Ireland.
WH AKKITlM OTK fNSWKBVU'll DEVOTION
to the national constitution aud to l he lixli
Holtihle union of Htiiten to Hie autooMny re
served to the Mates miller the ooiifi jtntlmi. to
the peisoiiitl li;ht! iiml HluTl'es of citizen In
all ataten ami territories In the union mid ex
iecllly to the supreme, nud (nreie cu lit lit of
every citizen, rich or po,r. native or foreijiii
horn, w hile or black, to ra-t one freo bid'or in
the public elect lou ami to have that bailor
duly counted. We hold a free and houext pop
ular ballot and iut and eipial representation
of all people t- be the foundation of our re
publican government and demand effective
leclolatioii to fertile the IntCKiity and purity
of election which are the Inuutnius of all pub
lic authority. We i bsrue that Ihe present ad
iniiilHlratioii a::d the democratic majority In
eoucrens owe their existence to the Mipi resion
of the ballot by the criminal liulllficHt fii of ibe
cons tltul ion and laws of the I nlted MatcH.
We are uncromprotnisliiKly in favor of the
American system of protection. V e protest
against the destruction proposed by the pre!
dent and bin party. They servo the iiilcrefta
WR VIM. HDri-OItT INTEMFHTSOr AMKKH'A.
We accept the issue, and rotifldeuily appeal to
the ieople for their jiulymeut. The piotectivr
system must be maintained. Its ubaiidoiniieiit
lias always lieen followed by iret'eral disaster
to sll interests except those of the uuturer
We den6uuce the Mills' bill as destructive to
general buniiiexs. labor, and the farming Inter
ests of the country, and we heartily endorse
the eoiisif lent anu patriotic action of the re
publican representatives in congress in oppos
ing its paai;e. We condemn the proposition
of the democratic party to place w ool on the
free list and insist that the duties thereon
slia'l be adjueted and maintained so n to fur
nish full aud adeijimte protection to that lu-nu-try.
The republican party would effect all needed
reduction of the national revenue by repealing
the tax? on tobacco, which are an arrogance
and burden to agriculture, and the tax upon
spirits used in the arts and for mechanical pur
posen , and by Mich revisioii of the tantf laws as
w ill teud to check imports o such art! les s
a e produced by our peor'ts, the prod utt Ion of
which nive employment to our labor, and re
lease frtii import duties these artirlcn of for
eign production, except luxuries, tbe like of
which cannot b produced at home, there -hall
si ill remain a larger revenue than is rripiisitt
for the wants of tiovernment. of internal taxs
rather than surrender any part of our i rotec
tive svstem at the joii.t ben-at of the whisky
ring and jiyeuti cf loreigD iii.iuufacturi rs.
AGAINST PAl VHt AM Wl'Oi; TKITB S.
Wo declare hostility to the it traduction Into
t i-is country of foreign rontrtiet labor ami of
Chinese l:bor sillrn to our civilization and oui
cot'.'liititioii. aud we ileinand the ncj I enfoice-ni-iil
of existiiiji laws against it aim favor such
immediate legUlatb-n as w ill exclude such la
bor from our shores.
We declare our opposition t uM cnmhii.a
t'oiif of capital orj;n nixed in trusts or other
wife to control iiii'ltiarlly t lie c:usl it i. of
trad-an Diivr nr citiens ainl we recommend
o contrress iiU t In-slate leislat iires iu tli-l.'
iepe live jiirisiiii'tiuiKi such leui.-lalinn n will
prevent tJie execution of all scheme tooprrens
i h pet pie by undue chaires tn their fiippiies
or iy uuju-t rates for the transportation of
their products to market
we approve leMa' ion by rui-piets to pre
vent alike tmjiisi t imloii and unfair d sciiiii
Mialli n belueon flatew.
I" lil.lt: I. AMI I.E.1ISI.ATIOX.
W e realiirm the policy cf appropriating the
i'tib!i: lamls of t he L hiied States to be home
steads lor American citizens and setlleix Dot
alietii'. w hici the reptiblicau party ebtablisl.'ed
in is 2 ai;a iim the persiste.it opposition ol
the democrats hi consresn, which hsts brotiphi
our ureat westerp floinaln into mi.gt.illcetit de
velopeme: t. '1 lie rco'crat jon of mifaiiied land
giants !o the public dom .Ki for the ue of ac
tual settleis, which wits begun under the ad-iiiii.l.-traliiin
of rres'dent Arthur should be
continued. We deny that the democratic party
has ever restored one acre to the people, but
declare that by the joint action of republicahs
and democrats about fifty million acres f un
earned lands, oriuiuaily irrattted for the con
struction of railroad, hare been restored to
the public domain in pursuance of conditions
inserted by the teuubliuan party in-the oiiuin.
al grants. We charge t"e democratic adminis
tration with failure to execute laws securing to
nettlers title to liieii liotneifleHds and with us
in apt ropriations piade for that purpose to
harrass ii'ticent settlers vjth spies and prose
cutions under the false pretense of expoHiig
frauds and vindicating the law.
ADJIISSION OK TKltRITORlKS.
The government by congrees of the territor
ies is bared upon necessity only to the end that
tliey may become state-' in the union: there
fore, whenever the conditions of population,
material resources public intelligence and
morality are such as to insure stable local gov
ernment therein the puoplo of such territories
hou'd be permitted, a rilit inherent in them,
to fon.i for thenelyctf constitutions and state
governments aud ho ad Uted into the union
Pending preparati n for statehood all officers
th erect snouid be selected from bona fide
residents and citizens of the territory wherein
they are to serve. South Dakota should f
right be immediately admitted as a state in
the union under the constitution framed and
adopted by her people and we heartily en
dorse the ct ion of the lepublican senate in
twice passing h!l fpr her admission. J he re
fusal of the democratic housenf representa
tives, 'or partisan purreseV. to Favorably con
sider these bills is a willful violation of the
sa red American principle of local gelf-gnvem
ment, an't merits the condemnation of all ju.'t
men. 1 be pending bills in ji? spyMt6 for ts
to enable the people of W isiilngton. North
Dakota and Montanna territories lo form con
stitutions and establish state governmei Is
sliould be passed wit iiout unnecessary ctesy.
The republican party pledges inself to do ail in
ps power to facilitate the admission of the ter
ritories of New-Mexico. Wyoming. Idaho and
Arizona to the eniovnieut of self-coverrjmer.t
ag states. Snph of them. s are r.piv sjiajijicd
as soon as Ptissiuie.auii oii,e uod as uiey
may become so.
THE JtOItlt'S Ql-FSTIOX.
The political power of the Mormon clmreh In
the ten not les i'S exercised In the past i a
menaLoe to fit n lnxiitul jons oo dapuernt: to
be loim si:rfei t il. T. t rcfo'ie e u r,,p'P M'e re
publican party 'o appropriate liitisl.ttif i.
iu-sertii R tiie sovete i"iity pi f iie nal inn in all
the terrii -i je v-beii! the iie is iiuesponerf.
mid lo liil'lliei'Miira iiier n.r to place
upon the statute book leeUIation stiii.ifeiit
en uehtu divorce t oiitical from e cleslaslical
7o-er. rud tbt: stamp out the attei ti.T-t
wrjcfcec.uess jk iyg.my.
i tie repi:oiican pt ny l.i in f;vor or lli t:.ve
of both pcid and silver as inonev. ami cm
den'tts the pobey of the denii-erniie iidminis-
trat; n enor's to demot-.eiize s -ver.
e fif&i'd tiie reducticn of !eltr nosraae
to 1 c-nl tier nnce.
lu a repiipllc I Veours. v !ire th rtlizens s j
the Miver itsn ert! ti:e t li":ci ! tin- mt' tint, j
where no imw t a -f ciei xeei: bv tiie wi 1 !
I trie vecpir. l! ir l!ii;.or'anr that the sover-
l..n t C"ple suoiil.l .u s.-es- ln;'i::ue ce. Tl:
free -chct.J is the n .i.i'l. r oi 't.at m:el igei.ee
wh!c!: is to pres ive us a flee iiitil. n. '! hfiv.
lore, ti c state or nation, it both conbined.
slo tjl siipj ort Iter institutions of learning
s a:i-iem i - ucrii to m-y i niKI growing tip
ia the land lh opioitlili!tv of a i?Md eoioinon-
cl.o. 1 education.
OUR MFr.CHAXT MA1SIXE,
We farnest-y re commend that nronmt nc'ion
tie taken i. c i g'ess it the e u tni nt of suoh
b-gi a'ion sill best 'f ore the rebabili-
o:i oi our a: eric n no rciiam matine. and
e prott st agal;i!-l the iassage by congress of
a ire-snip lull us ruli ulaieii towoik injustice
to lain r by lesser leu the wanes of those en
gHgert in preparing material as well as those
directiv employed In our sh'pvaiils. e rie-
maii.t appiopriaticiif f.rtte e-- jiy' rebuilding '
of i;nr navy, for the foustru t,o;i of c -tt j
niiii.M niini stun iio .iei n oroiiiii)be 1." Ilif r
sppn ved iiiodetn iii'-r-s of deletre for Ibe!
protection i t uir C-I useless Iiibois m.il
cities, for the p: ment ol Jr.ft PC' stops to cur
soldiers, for nere-s:rv v rks of ratioi al im-
ponanc in ibe improvcm ut f ri-e harbors
and r-han- els f li leriir-1. coasTwiser ami
-re rt C"timetce. for tin- encouragement (
the shipping interests of th AtUntic, Gulf
r, . vi.. ..t lit b At uor. aciivmy to n.e
A.nous iiiouNtnes inereasea security t our
country, promote trade, often new ana direct
markets for our products and cheap n the rout
of t ranupcriat'ou We ft'rm this to be far
belter for rur country than tue demwrallc
policy of loaning the government' money
without interest lo "pet banks."
The conduct of foreign affairs by the pteent
niimiiiistrailou has neen aiftinguixneti oy inei
iicteery and cowardice. Ilavluic withdrawn
from tiie K-nitte all pending tiea'les effected
by n piiblirau adminlstralbu s for tiie removal
of foreign burdens anil restrictions upon our
comiiieice nud for Its extension iut.i a belter
market H has neither affected nor prep sed
ifiy ollieis In t!ielr stead Profelng udher
ence to tiie Mflnioe doctrll e. It lias seen w'th
idle complacency the extension cf foreign In
fluence In Central America and of foreign trade
everywhere anionic our neighbors. It has re
fused lo ( barter, sanction or encourage any
American organizytlon for constructing the
Nicaragua canal, a work of vial Importance to
the maintenance, of the Monroe doctrine and
of our niUional Influence lu Central and South
Ametlca. and necessai v f' the development
of trsde with our "aelflc tenltory, with Sou'h
America, mid with the further coasts of the
I'aclfic Oc.u n.
We arraign the present democratic admlnis
trHtlon for Its weak and unpatriotic treatment
of the Oslo lies question, and It pusillanimous
surrenderor all privileges to which our fishery
' sscls are eliM led In Canadian Mrta under
ihe treaty of isls. the reciprocate mariu
II ne legislation of IKiO and comity of nations,
oud which Canadian tistilng vessels receive In
the Mrts of Ihe United Slates. Vie con temn
Iheiolicyof the present administration and
the democratic majority in congress towards
our fNli cries as unfriendly and rtmsplclously
iiupairiol ic and as tending to destroy a valuable
national Industry and an iudlsenslble resource
of defense against foreign enemy.
The name of American applies alike to sll
cilizens of the repjbli". aud Imposes upon men
alike the same o ligatlo.i of obedience lo the
aws. At tliesame tlmecblzeiishipis and must
be the panoply and safeguard of him wboweais
It, should shield and protect him whether high
or low, rich or poor, in all his civil righto. It
should aud must afford htm protection at home
and follow and protect hi in abroad in whatever
laud he may be on a lawful errand.
CIVIL 8KRVICK 11FFOKM.
The men who abandoned the republican par
ty In 1884 and continue lo adhere to the demo
cratic party have deserted not only the cause
of honest government, but of sound finance, of
freedom and purity of the ballot, but espec
ially have deseited the cause ol reform lu the
civil service. We will not tall to keep our
Pledges because tl ey have brokeu theirs, or
be-anse their candidate has broken his. We
therefore repea our declaration of I8H4, towit :
The reform of civil service auspiciously begun
tiipfer republican administration should be
completed by a further extennlon of lh reform
system already established by law to all grades
oi tiie service to w nicii tl is aprueu. i tie spir
it and purpose of leform should be observed in
all executive appointments, and all laws at
varience with the object of existing reform 1 g
islation should be repealed, and that the dan
gers to free Institutions which lurk in the pow
er "foff-cial patronage may be widely and ef
'I he gratitude of the pHti'n to the defenders
of the union rapuol be assured except bv laws.
The Icgifclal Ion of congress should conform to
the pledges made bv a loyal p'op'e. aud be so
enlarged and extended as to prov'de against
the possibility tht any man who honorably
wi re the federal uniform shall bceotre an In
mate of an almshouse or dependent on t rivate
charity. In the presence ol an overflowing
treasury it would I)" a public scandal 10 do less
for those whose valorous servlee preserved the
government Ve denounce the hostile spirit
shown by President Cleveland in his numerous
vetoes of measures for pension relief, and the
action of the democrat ic house of representa
tives in refusing even consideration of general
In support f the principles rrreyith enun
ciated we invite the co-operallop of palriotj.
nicu of all parlies, especially of all "working
men whose prosperity is seriously threatened
by the free trade polioy of the present admin
istration. The llrst eo cein of nil good government is
tin- virtue unci sot-rlety of tiie l eopln end the
purit y of I heir homes. The republican jart.v
eordinllv sympathizes with jll v'i.e and well
directed efforts for the promotion oftemper
ance. IJ US I NESS DJ11KCT0RY.
8. F. TIKMAS.
Altorney-af-Law and Notary Public. Office in
l'i gerald lilock. iiuttsinouih, Nell.
A. X. SULLIVAN,
Attorr.ev-at-l.aw. Will give prompt attention
to all business intrusted to him. Ofllee lo
Union Block, East side. Plattsmouth. Neb.
II ALL & tHA'l,
Agricultural Ipiiijemeuts, 'Couniand Buggies
and Kiithroyd Wagons, "Good limber and
Bone Drv." sold and Warranted. Main street,
between Sixih and Seventh.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
of PlPttstnouth. Ceni'al .so.mm s sir plus H,
0i hi. .ioh n Fitzgerald, President i 8. Wanuh.
Cashier; F. S. White, Vice-President. Board
of Directors ; John FitHera!d. F. E. White,
Jno. B. Clark, D. Hawksworlh, S. Waugh.
THE CITIZENS BANK,
of Plattsinoui:.. Capital stock paid in. $50,000.
Frank Carruth, President ; W. H. Cus'tiug.
Cashier: J. A. Connor. VioerJ're$idM.f. A
general banking Vu-l'ie?S transacted. Collec
tions receive pro nipt and careful attention,
Blacksmith and Waconmaker, Dealer In Wind- j
mills. Pumps and Fittings. f
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Boots and Shoes. Repairing promptly attended
to. South Side Main street,
DOCiTS AND 3?IOF3!
tJ PETEK MERGE.
A complete assortment of evei j kind of Foot?
wear and cheaper than the cheapest went pf
the Missouri River. Alsq uiauu.f;trt unrig auu
BARBER SHOP AND BATH KOOM.
Hot and Col l Babs at all hours. Ladies' rnd
Children's Hair Cutting a specialty. Cor. 5th
and Main, under Carrulh's.
. F. STAnSI,MAV.
UreaJ. Ckw3. Pi. Puns. etc.. he h daily.
Parly. Wedding and Fa cy Cake a specialty.
IC2 Cream in any quantity.
.f. 1. YOUVO.
Bookseller. Ft;itioncr. and News Dealer ; Farcv
Gooris, Toy, Confcptl-'nefT, Fp? ''Igars. Soi'a
V.'aieran-l y,Vn Sbaite, Piiiov and i tgans and
Mui Iistriinent a.
S. &' MAYER.
Gem's Ftrnishings. Fine Tailor Made Clothing
in Men's. Boys' and ' bildren's H ear. Their
pliers defy cot pe:i:ion. Thev misrepresent
uoib-ng. Ih ir W r s Their B nd.
( L THING.
( loth f. f"u r.if'uiug UimhI- (Jo to Ibe o!d re
;ahie Jnu'Tor Hats. Cars Umbr-llas. Trunks
ti ts. Shoes. Main street, next Cass o, Ba ik.
l' C. E. WRCorT.
Clniliii'g. Hals Caps. t-e. Kine Furniliinci
our specialty. Que price imd uo Motikev bus
iness, t ays to trade with us. Ruckwood Blk.
OAK RUTH CANNING CO..
Frank Carruih. Henry J. Streight. Proprietors.
Packers of the Climax Brand Vegetables.
C- N F E'JTION F-R VT
I ru'ts. Confcctioucrv and fin p Cigo"".
Hea'ers m Wall Taper. raint. Oil. Art Mater
ials Cigars Roekvyood Block.
GERTVG & C.i:
li Chcm'.caU. Paints, Oils.
IJ F. CI FRICKE CO..
Drtttfs. Med'cioes. Chemicals. Psinfs. Oils,
Varui-h s. Dye Stuffs etc. Hue stationery.
Select T ilet and Fancy Articles.
F. . WHITE.
Dry Goods, Groceries. Notions. General 'Mer
chandise, etc. S. E. comer Main and Sth bt.
rT OotsU. - i Zies V irnU&Ing
uooa. une aoor east r inw riatiouai nana.
(;OOD4. (1 1U TKK I KH.
E. bOVKV & U.
t'srry a large stock of Fine tirncerlc. Iry
its. Carpels. Q:ieensware. otlons, i nu
Fancy (iootls, to be found In the county.
per Ma n street, between tu ami hii.
D KMT ST.
I)K. A. T. WITIIEItH.
The Taiuless entlt." Teeth extracted
without the least pat nor harm. Artificial leetl
rnserted iinmedlatety after extmcilng natural
opes when delred. iJold and nil tkiher I'l'ling"
stilctly first cla'S. Ofl'ce In irulon Ulock.
T? UK Nl T V 11 K ! '
I IIKKY P.MKCK.
Furnltu-e. Petbting. looking t;las'. ricture
Frames, etc. Wooden aud Metal Caskets kept
Ktimlture. rrloi suits. Upho'stery floods.
Stoves. OiieeiiKware.l luwaie. and all kinds of
Poii-ebold (iootls. North 6l!i street, between
Main and Vine.
GE N T S F U i t N' I T 1 1 N i ( ; " i .
J. II. II tXVKUX
Cents Fine Furnisher nml Hatte-. The m st
e.ituplete and llnest stock in the city. Carrulh
I'.'ock. Cor. Ath aud Main.
M n. MURPHY CO..
The leading Dealers In (Jrocetle-. ( rock ry.
China, L't "ps. Wooden and Willi w vare.
Flour. Feed.&c. Cash atd for country produce.
I. KM N IIOFF & S(E'MCIISw'v.
(iroceries, Piovisii.tiH, Classwnre unl ( rockery,
(reen. Staple and Fancy Crorcrl's.
BENNKTf & TUTT.
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Green Fruits and
(Jrorerles aud Queensware, Flour and Feed.
Cigars, Tobacco and Cutlery. Kiddle House.
Staple aud Fancy Groceries, Glassware and
Crockery, Flour and Feed.
Proprietor City Hotel. Terms. St.no per day.
Special Attention given commercial men.
W. C. KEEFEK.
Successor to O. M. Ht reign t. Harnei-s. Saddler)
Goods. Net. Robes, Dusters, and all horse fur
Hardware. Stoves. Tinware, Table and Pocket
Cutlery. Rasors, etc. -Household Hewing Ma
chines and Jewel Gasoline stoves, 'fiuw.irk
of all kinds done at reasonable prices. Main
street, Ruckwood Block.
B A. McELWAIN,
Watche3. Clocks, ftlverware aud Jewelry.
Speeiul Attention given to Watch Repairing.
FRANK CARKCTH& SON.
Always cairy a fine stock of Diamonds, Watch
es. CI cks. Jewelry, Silverware aud Spent aoles.
Drop in and inspect theirguods before purchas
Jeweler. Waltham Watches a Kpecialty. Main
Street, uear Fourth.
C. M. UOLMRS A SON'.
The Checker.! Barn, l.iverv. Peed and Sale
stable parties conveyed roail artsoI the citv.
Carriages at all trains. Comer Vine aud tith.
Wbo'esalo and Retail Dealer In First Quality
Beef. Pork. Mutton Veal. Limb. etc. Sixth
slree. Neville Clock. Prices moderate.
J. HATf & CO..
Ki:i their own Cattle. Render their own Lard
aud Cure their own Bacon. Main street.
FICKLER & CO..
Eggs, Poultry Acc. We use o ly the best erode
of native stock. Oysters and game in season.
0. P. SMITH,
Merchant Tailor. Main street, "over Merges
shoe store. Complete stock of samples. Fit
guaranteed. Prices defy competition.
M RS. J. F. JOH NSON.
A Complete Line of the Latest Styles of Mil
linery and Trimmings also Children's and In
fants' Bonne-8. to be closed cut at cost.
ESTAURANT AND LUNCH ROOM .
W r fij U U4 ii vJI
Meals and Lunches sei ved to order at a hours.
. j k..... vA . -1 rr . . . . ...... t i
nruouwis,' i;ni. oiun'O), lull uu viucr.
Opposite Riddle House.
riiAIlM & KLIETf II,
Sample Room. Imported and Domestic Wines,
Liijuors and Cigars. Only straight goods han
dled. Milwaukee Bottled Lager a Specialty.
Cor. Stll and Main Sts.
THE AMERICAN TfiVCH A XP.t".
f.,c" unntnguain. proprietor ciioice vv jnf a.
1Ii,,lu,?rM,jd C,?,,!rs t 1 oo1 and BiUard Tbies.
Wm. Weber, proprietor. Manufacturers of
Soda Water. Birch Beer. Cider, eto- Agents for
Fred Krug's Celebrated Loor Beer.
Sample Room and Billiard Hall. Ciolce Wlnr s
Lhiuors and Cigars. Billiard and Pool Tables.
Thoroughly- cleanse the blood, which is the
fountain of health, by using Dr. Pierce's Gold
en Medical Bisooverr. and rood digestion, a
fair skin, buoyant spirits, and bodily health
and vigor -will be established.
Golden Medical Discovery cures all humors,
from the common pimple, blotch, or eruption,
to the worst Scrofula, or blood-poison. Es
pecUUly has it proven its efficacy in curing
Bait -rheum or Tetter, Eczema, Erysipelas,
Fever -sores. Hip -joint Disease. Scrofulous
Bores and Swellings, Enlarged Glands, Goi
tre or Thick, feck, and Eating- Sore or
Golden Medical Discovery cures Consump
tion (which la Scrofula of the Lungs), by its
wonderful blood - purifying, invigorating-,
and nutritive properties, if taken in time.
For Weak Lungs, Spitting of Blood. Short
ness of Breath. Catarrh in the Head, Bron
chitis. Severe Coughs, Asthma, and kindred
affections, it ia a sovereign remedy. Jt
wwAinriflw rk aavoMMf sTniiflrha
mviwyvij vs wuv w
For Torpid Liver. Biliousness, or 'Liver i
Complaint, Dyspepsia, and indigestion, it la
an unequaiea remeay. ooia dt orus-gista.
Price 1.00, or six bottles for 15.00.
VtAKCTACTUREB OF AND
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DEALKB IN THE
Choicest Brands of Cigars,
Flor de Pepperbergo' and 'Buds
FULL LIKE OF
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES
always stoc. Noy. 26, 1885.
i-vn. , i
Tbe lraportince of th rcrul'-a cl
overeetlmated by those who desire the a
Democrats, besides the "Solid South," as.,
breastworks of public patronage. It will
work to dislodge thorn. Nothing will so surely V
Mxest. nd uoitid work ma tbe circulation oMoun .
THIS CLASS NO OTHER IS AS EFFICIENT AS V
LY NEWSPAPER. 8peecboa and documents are I.
read are laid aside; the newspaper is the fireside L.
companion. Its influence is continuous, constant. TL.
aid their party better than by circulating
Theo Dailjo Infer o 0c
It is a live Republican Newspaper, and baa been faithful amor,
Chicago. No man has ever questioned its soundness on the
the principles of the platform have been advocated by TUX I
many years. PROTECTION TO AMERICAN INDU3TRIE3 AND
MARKETS FOR AMERICAN PRODUCERS have been its battle crbi
beginning . It did not take it nix weeks to ascertain whether It co'
the platform or not.
Republicans have done much to aid in the inculcation "
doctrines by patronlzinR papers that advocate them. V
when they can avoid it by subscribing for TBE
acknowledged to be
The Best and TYlost Reliable Ylewapu. '
Published in Chicago? In enterprise, niws, editorial ability
that goes to make A COMPLEX E NEWSPAPER it la unsxet?.
Every Republican ought to subscribe for it.
uveiY wonuogoua ougm 10 EuoscriDO lor n. i
It is the paper for all classes of patriotic people who believe In protect m '
the homes of America.
You can subscribe through your newsdealer or postmistor. If you are
unable to do that send direct to the office of publication. Samplo copies are
always rent c: Trlic3tloT A''dis
KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
PICTXmE FHA-IvIES MADE TO O 2ft 3331111
SIXTH STREET, EET. MAIN AND VINE. T LAVJMCLT II, M I
Frine Staple and
Orange!?, Lemons, Iianans
PRICES LOW. GIVE US A CALL
BENNETT & TUTT,
Jonathan Hatt. J W. AIaktiiis.
SdOfJAMAM MAW & CID.5
WHOLESALE A2TS RETAIL
DTY tw EAT EvflAIRGCET.
PORK PACKERS akd dealers in BUTTER AND EGGS.
BEEF, PORK, MUTTON AND VEAL.
THE BEST TIIE MARKET AITORDS ALWAYS ON HAND.
Sugar Cured Meats, Hams, Bacon, Lard, &c, &c
ot our own make. The befit lrnm1s of OYHTEI1S, in cans and Ifltlk, ot
WHOLESALE AKD HETA1I.
GUVE A. CALL
2 yft ? Jd Sri - 5
w a rr r c H ll -
0P W ?
Send jour job work to tbe Heuaxd
2sL 2T ,
tor all kinds of-
and all varieties of irosh :ind
consMmtl' on lianl.
HEALTH iS WEUTH !
lr. K P. Wji V ivp arul r.miu Tinrfttert
a Kiji'nl-e M -if:- it r l iii lnrri'r.'ii.
Cotivii!siiit. l'lf. Nrvr Il.sil-a-lie.
Nerval u I n slrt'iii cmx-i- I v 1 1 t m
t l :i'i-ol;c! ;r t i.l ;-.... V. ktiii!l) st,. S V-i.ltl I f-lrei-ioi.
Soju-riirtf nfthe l iafn in-i;liii p in m
psmity anrt leadu c t inist rv. (!-c-yj ;-!.u ': h,
re-.iaiiiieold .fire. Vnrrt i iem. lem n.
er in itltkr si x. lnvoltiL(rv Lt tn nmhier
mat rrlirra' rauK-l ly ovVr-c-ri n f t the
brln. geifiibuse or over-iiionljnu e. I'ac-li l x
comahis one ii-ui:th'a trcatnieiit. $1 d a It
or six boxes for fcs.bo, sent Ly mail M itfcJUi.
receipt of pi Ice
WE GUABAMIE SIX HCXZS
To cure any case. With eat li vtier tert-lrctl
hy i'S for six bojps. accon:tiiiiel wltli f r oo.
we w ill seurt the purelian rr ur v, i iUt n puarar
tee to return tbe tvouey if tiie tit atrr ent c:.
not effprt a cur, r.uarjti.te Issued f iily r.v
HI -I . Wiimk B.la i,ir.r.l l..l ((.mm.l
Practical Piano M Organ Toner
yirst-clagg work guaranteed. Alsodrnl
t in Pianos and Organs. Ofiice nt Boeck's
furnitnre store, Plattsmontb, Nthraka
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