The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, October 16, 1891, Image 2
. -A 4 pusl ma.t urn tri-i"H. . K"R WKfKLV. . ' .! yi-sr, in tt'lvuiji'i .... .-.ie yenr, nm In uilvaiu-e .. ; .; BU III Oil 1 1 1(. in HilvalK'A . .. .;'.y, ttirt riiiMilhi. In .iiJvam-s. TKKMI KIR DA 1.1 cop one iffa In itilvninns ; ' cupy per ffk. by nnrji-r .. cupy, per munlt' .. .. .t ti . uo . T5 loll) IS .. 50 FRIDAY, OCTniiiliAlO. lH'.U ' STATE TICKET Kill AMMM'iiilV JihUm- fit III Hiirirsms lM K. M I'osf .if Pnr Ws.. t'uil. .Jy H. V. Sill MV i.' OHu e H. MAKi'I.K.M REPUBLICAN. COUNTV TICKET. rorOrti of th l)iiHi f ' art : , A. SAJJ'.'U KV. I""- t ,uMiivr : L.C. ' (CKHOrt'. Kur Mbcr I! : ',)(). KDSOY K r County lfik -. FRANK DICKSON. Fur County Jintc : CAI.VIN RCSSKI.I.. Fur L'oiin y SiiiH-riuli-n.li-ut ; J K. I.KYDA. Fur rpnmffr : J. I. CNRI'II. Korftiiivt-ynr : AC MAYKs. K ir l'iiiii:niiiiiii;r Kirt lMri-t : S. W. DI TTON. ; THE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM. The repiililican parly of the state of Neliraskii tiives renewed exprei. t 1 1 of its tlevotiou to t!ie princi ples of the republican party and de clares that thise pi inciples, as ex pressed by the ii. in. m 1 republican coil vent ion, should bi- the stroii" point of uniuii biiween all repub licans in tin- state of Nebraska. U e emiirral ul.ite the people' lipuil t!ie itiarvelous pro-pi n'v : ;e:i. ;, ,; r tin- (l. velopiiii nt and i.e.-, ;ii ii) l!,e .-"atof Xeltra.-ka ilurinu it- tin nty. l iiir year-, o) st.itclioo ii'id.T j... J,;;b!i. an adiiiiui-.lra:i'-ii, and w liich ! ..- l.io.i'.'ht ii s to th.- .,M,t ji,,,;, an. iiu' Hi lead: -la; d ti. I "iV.1 I'.. (I the I . ! i i , - 1 1 1 i a -1 j id ''r-J. itiiia mral ,11 !' tlie I. 1 a ;;;i::;;.. r ', m im took ad il 1 1 1 i.i in ial de it over tlie en- !."i.bsf'!-.i p.-.--o.. illltage of tin- - i-uer: pr--ssioH whieli sivei 'ire country to p.r.c tin ir way into t. mporary proiuiiience by declaim iag agan .-t the welfare of niirpi-ii. pie and slandering the fair name of our .-late. I In- rains from heaven and tie' rich sod, v igorously culti vated by tin- energetic hands ot our farmers, have produced uch bount iful crops and sin h unrivaled pr. s is-rity that shall silence a. I cal im Ity talkers and add to the Htreugtli and enthusiasm of tie- repiibli jni parly. We conratu'.ate Presidei:: I! irri son upon Ins eminently wise, loyal and v oura genus ad minis t ration, and declare our abnilule coulidence in his integrity, ability and patrio tism, and pfedge linn out roidial support in the discharge of the tluin-M volvim iiihi.i l.-f - th- i ..;.' i iti.igiso .1 1- ti u ie n a uon. We rejoice in the restoration of dignity, vigor and statesmanship in the conduct ol our foreign affairs under the guiding hand of Amer ica's favorite son, Juics G. lihiine. We approve ol the silver coinage act of the present administration, by which the entire product of the , silver mines of the I'nited States is added to the currency of the people, but we denounce the democralie doctrine of free and unlimited coin age of silver as a linanciiil policy liable to precipitate the people of every city and every stale in the I'mon in a prolonged and disas trous depression, and delay the re vival of business enterprise and prosperity so ard-ntly desired and now so apparently near. The free arid iiiiliii'tite.'l r.otuitgf of silver would tend to the boarding of gold and to force the use of cheap money in the payment of waged in every workshop, mill, factory, store and ,. i. .Mi., ., ,.,., scaling i.,w,i . f . - i , i . . . .... . . , ' . in. v.n,-s ,, Nr- iiniers iimi weakening i!ie iiirchasing jiowerof tlie dollar winch would be u sell to niri base the products of the farmer. are in favor of bavin'' everv dollar as good ns any other dollar. We demand the maintenance of the American sj -sit-in of protec tion to A inerican industry and labor, the policy Unit has been identified with every period of our national prosper,:)-. We admire (he neuius of that hi roic statesman, William MeKin. U-y. Jr.. whom the people of Ohio w ill make their next governor as a recognition of his m.i l' ll l licent ser vices to the colintri . W e also com mend and endnrse that policy of re- i im ity by which the Central and Soiil'i American nations and the S ai,i-li Indie- are being opened up to i ii' 1iade upon favorable terms and by width all the surplus ptoiliii ts of our country may find a iniir e-l and by w hich all our people shall receive in e.n hange therefore a iong line ot products which do in, ruinous competition ! ;', it.li, Ni-b, .,t destroy lea m our ' favor ((. t lie t ii the interstate . 1 WC (It l.l.llliJ till' ' a railway and trans h in such a maimer us V ami reasonable, rates W'tk ami consumers of '' 1 1 1 1- countrv We taviT niii-li l.lnislatiou as w ill prevent all tllegtil combinations ami unjiisl i-Mii tioii.- by aggregated capital and corporate powers. We insist upon "tin- suppression of all trust;, combine ami schemes de signed to at til'n ially iliciease 1 1 It: price vit t tie necessai ie of life. We re nurd tlie world's Columbian exposition as an important event in tin- world history, ami we are in , h..nin- s. nmntliv willi eicrv elfort to make it a success, vie snoiuu make a creditable exhibit of Nebraska' proilnettt, am! we favor nil uililitioiial appropriation ly the next legislature for thii purpose, 1li.it our pronperity iiml t;reatneM may lie fully exemplified. We take. priile in thin stale We tecii)riii.c tliat ils grow th anil power, itM pro perity a;i(! iooil nuint. Isavc hern the linns ol ttn uiUUHtriat people,) ami wo lielieve ill hiii'Ii polii ieo, stale and national, will prouiot iiistice and widen th ie ojiipoMiinilies . tlicir s in the past, we I aimm' these cla.isc port in the future, as in the I 'pledge our most intelligent judg ment Mild most sincere endeavor. We denounce the Grand Island platform of the democratic party as framed with the deliberate purpose to misli ad and deceive; wherein sympathy is expressed here none is felt; wherein help i-H proposed where none is rendered; wherein purposes ate avowed which are not entertained. Ill support of this in dictment we point to the pretended friendship for the soldier, while at the same time the democratic party has always proclaimed against the granting of liberal pensions; to the Ireesilver plank, intended to deceive tin- -iii.ix.rt.-r-i i.f free mid unlim ited coinage of xilvrr, when it is known that many of the leaders of the party are opposed to the doc trine; to the failure to give the re lief from exhorhitaut freight rates while it was afraid to either ap prove or censure the action of its acting alien governor for vetoing the Newberry bill. We denounce the democratic party for its insinuations against tin- integrity of the supreme court of the state as an effort to make Un judicial power- subirrdiuate to political parties mid as disgraceful to a political orgaui.atinn. We denounce the democratic party for its double deain.g will, tlie civil and political rights of Un people, wherein it appears to favor free and iintramiueleil elections in th.- state of .Nebraska, but iuer I'al-es its voice .vain-l the pnliiical outrage pi. u iici-d ; i ; ; i i 1 1 -1 tin- re. filbln-.ul Vl.lers. v.llile an I LI. I. ', , i ::ro Helmut the democrat n t.iie- i f ti.e so. a!i. i W ai r.. ; ii ila- democrat ic party j :'" t! i. ny ol 1 il or. .- iteming t ; !. .!-.-., i l.ie defi-u -e of pr.-tee. i " ' ' i.l - -. o, ,.,r i toe v. Ii- i is ii ItOUI- m.i - i troll. -, ten imiu-tr, a::. I to i b i 1,- th ' ol tile l--,:.!e a I..O-11- , ,,; I.-. ! I.y ari-i.." i a! u: ami Mr ,,,i... i'!.' ies. the ! ;,ac) 'if I i i r , ie r-pub.e,t!, p,;-;v of . I...' ' i : aim t Ii - I. il. in', i al lot. Oi th. g 1 1 V I ir,;,, of ll: ..II .. I" I th support. ONE YEAR OF 1 HE NtiV TAHIf-K LAW. I 'I day. )i'tol,er ll, tin has been in force ju-l bin!! law om- year. What has been the result of th.ii year's experience':- How haw the wild-eyed predictions of hi-h price- for th- necessaries of life, of tin-rum ot our foreign trade, and j of lower prices lorwh.it the farmers , produced, so glibly made a iigo by the democratic pre-s, J ear j In mi ' i carried out: I he first of these free trad.- slate inent that the new tariff law would increase the prices of the ii.-ces-siiries of b f, tiu .s... experience to be utterly fal-e. About (U per cent of all the articles which go to make up cvf-ry day needs of the people of the l iiit.-d Slates are to-day cheaper than they were a year ago. unit the p rices of the remainder are stitydantinlly un changed. There is not, far us our observation extends, jiny in crease ol price in any article due to the new tariff law The failure of tin- predictions ,,f the "calamity howlers" with regard In our foreign commerce has been e.ptally tnarkrd. ( )iir imports have enormously increasec in the aggre gate, because of the large additions made by the new tariff law to the free list. Articles not produced in this country, w hich formerly paid duty, come in 'free under the new )aw H,(J an, conseiMieiitly chratier 1 ' . tiecinise where there is no home production the duty is alwaj s paid by the consumer. Where, however, we manufacture or produce the article, the price here is fixed by the enst of production, ,uid the lar itf ruts no figure In it. , ur exports to foreign countries, too, have enormously increased. The total naive of our cxpoils for the last seven months shows an in crease of $Ki,.'tl7,lss over the average exports for the corresponding months td the last five years. With our import-' increased ami our export trade increasing, the f.dsity of the free tiade cry is fully ap. parent. The third count, that the ruin of our foreign trade would keep down the TirilfJ of the t.roibuts ..( American firm-, U likewise n ( its,.. flrilM, is likew Vbe Staple p io,,d. All pf.- product of .ire selim hiirlu-r toitav tlian lor h l.intr tirni in lliat pilot, with the finale ex.li tin of cotton, of whieli the eoi pf.iiihr- theiiMelvei mlniit tl liasyKrn an enoriuoli.-i over pi ui tiilu for the pant two year. , iienee tne net result nl (mi'v II III I l M I- t ie ili'ee-aji ir of t he new lai ill law is: Cheaper priers for th oi lite. An inrtvaseil import Ira !., A miii h larger export tra.li'. An. I a greater decree of irein r.il pron-rii than the nation has r perienee I r-inee ahont 1!. Nil trutli mi i er iimre convinc ! m In proven than has the cheapen g ot sugar liy putting it on th bee list proven that tile tai ill is i tax. - Journal. Such argument as the above can not fail to disgust the average reader. Any intelligent man known there i. as tnucli ditference between a protective and a revenue b.i .if . I there is b.-tw.-.-n bl-.ck -,,! !.:.,, - A tariif upon West India sn.-ur I India sugiir( Ifrasil::. aiU OiiuT f Cliillil li-u is a tax, pure and sijuph-, u : (Tj ()f , protective 1 Hud support - tariff cbiiui nothing else. It is for that reason that the republican party provided ill tlie .b hinley bill fur their free admissioii into our ports. A protective duly is levied pri marily lor the purpose of creating home production of Ihccouiiiioditv, thus rendering- us not depi ndent upon the foreign monopoly, and history proves unmistakably that it ha- that effect. A tariff levied upon commodities we cannot pro duce but in tie! import is a tax paid by the consumer, and a revenue duty, A tariff which renders us 'callable of breakin-r it,,. (..,,.;,.,, iiioiioM, v. and lowering the price to the consumer, is not a tax. Tilt; New York Sun id inclined to drop into tin chaum-l into whi- h it, drifting. As evidence subi'.it the following -til.) is io free trade parly is f this we jiicsiions winch Unit paper piopoumls to Cmigres nii.iu Springer, of Illinois: I. Why has the depression m agriculture been so severe.' And why does it pioii.- In . 1 i-ting in i real iii it i. in. a free trade country '- '-'. Is it the j.irni .'L I .' 1 1 1 -.in.! that i- t'i the si ii ii t crops in ;. Vl r tl: il: . . o ' e i 1 1 : : -', - , 1 1 e I e o-t .net lb mi r i -Ii itmii r lli-s I un- , of In- 1 1 a 1 1 e a - in ' eai , 4. Why h 1 ! tune- in el. . ' I ' . n i- ., I.- ., i;i 1. ii . .:;. ot I. r i lei k n .-in., d b I lie. -ee pin f the Ins 1. - to . i 1 1 1 an t a ...1 popid.ii i' v a- a c '' 1 ' ,!- n. -in ,-avy and j.-aloll-) by j. I,, the la-l H-. sui t of tj. jiii-heii; . , mild sl.ni-ig and iiii-nbsi.intial vilupe. rations. Tin: Hl.hI.I bt liev, thiit this in. tlmd of campaigning should he reii.a!id tolbeieir, and sup- plain I by a clean. Iione-t, niiinly di-cus-i.m cancel n. if tllaMi is t.f pul. lie believe that our be-t people t.i and w ill ti . . tin- V ie tun.- dis v of the in.it tt-r ;u-ted with li e our neighbor method in which takes sp, cial th-bght. Till, free admission nf In ,1 sugar ..,., I. I III, illl IS MTV llka-lv fo1 have the tendency to still further cheapen that commodity und at the sniie time furnish a better market for American pork nnd oilier products. I r is less than three weeks until election. Go to llrowu .V Itarrelt's and get a window-e lass an. I st..o m. tl, ,i hole i " . in your jiouse. tf Mr. C. II. Jomch, of Spring Hill Iowa, sa s: "I have used ( hauibi-r. Iain's I'a in llalm for severe ami painful burns with better eiiect than anything 1 have ever tried It re lieves the pain instantly and cures without h aving a scar."" 1'iiiu Halm t is one of the most Useful medicines I that auv fain ilies ei.ii I... ...... ;.i...i ' with. i-speeialy (or rht ti mat ism, I l,',,,I,', '"y'' ' "Vr'Hii. briu-es, tooth net.,, i.-i . . I... ....! 111... .. : I . One appbciitiou will relieve the pain and a fair trial insure a cure, all i ........... ii, n.i.i nm- Illliueilis. ii-iu ooiiies lor sale liv I-. (i. l-rickj .. i ... . . . A Co. Druggists. A.,ls- During balance of jiickiug season I will continue o pa)- !i- highest market price for good varieties of winter ipphs at canning factory. -""'t l.l NlMt.KN. We have received a nice line of e idea .in., snow- tin-in tut he i.,,ii, sol J '1.111 luolitli mid vicinity. We have sc. cured Miss lleuipb-'nM triuinu r. " 1 l kl k Sis i t k. Ulis i'in i'n n C ir I in h Uuy. "Mystic Cure" for r lieu ma I ism and neuralgia radically cured in 1 , M days. Its action upon the system is rein. irkal.le and m -ten, ui.-. It re iiiovi at unci? the'caiise and the di. iillllieiiiai, iv llissaiioe.l' s The lirst d. greatly bein tits, 7 ,c I'ricke, Druggist. u Sold by F, G. American agrieuliur ,'ul. iVoehesli r, Wis., K. wyer, (it H i.iininent dealer in general iierrhandise, ami w ho inns several in puimiinf wagons, nail iue of his lv ; linr ii liadly cut and hurned with I , j larial. The wouml refiiHt-il to heal.1 , I Ih- horse hecanie lame and Htilf ' t nowvithstamliiiii caleltil altrntion ! hum M( application nt remedies, , 1 friend handed Sawyer some of I ll.iil. r's Harh Wire laiiemeiit, t,e most vMindi rlul tiling ever saw to In al Mich wiiunds. lie applied it, o .!y tinee times and the sore was ! c.iiuplei 'd lie.ileil. fciiuully ;ood i for nil sor.-, cuts, hnises, and j viiuii.ds. For sale hy all driiirnist : Cure for Pornlvsis. ; Frank Cornelius, of 1'iircell, Ind. j Yi i"., says: "I induced Mr. l'iusou, whose w ife had paralysis in the face 1 to liny ii hottle of Chnmherlain's ; I'ain llalm. To their reat Hiiprise i In line the liottle had all heeu used she was a jjreat deal better. Her I lace had tieen drawn to one Hide: I tint the I'uiii Halm relieved all i lain and soreness, and the mouth i r""1""'' "1""r!'1 nliape." It is " for rheumatiMm I l ' ' " "V . """ i ii'-ss. ... ii-ui oonien nir sale 1 by F. i. Fricke A Co.. Drinrn-i-tn I r- , roiui miviBiiv, 1 1'hv sicians tnul, t.o.r.- ..- I mistake than when they inform pa- '" l"ut m-l'viiH heart troubles bu'le o'l'ic irom uie stomacn and are of conseipience. Dr. Franklin Miles, the noted Indiana hi l-.,llsi has proven the contrary in his new book on "Heart Disease" w hich may be had free of F. G. Fricke A Co., w ho guarantee and recommend I)r. Miles' uncipiidl. d new Heart Cure, which has the largest sah; of any heart remedy in the world. It cure's nervous ami organic heart disease, short breath, lluttering, pain or ten derness in the side, arm orvhouldcr, irregular pulse, fainting, smother ing, dropsy, etc. His Restorative Nervine cures headache, lits, etc. Ciipt. A. Abbett, w ho has g been with Messrs. rrecival and llatton, Real Fstate and Insurance Drokers, Di m Moines, Iowa and is one of the best known und most re spected business men in that city says: "I ran testify to the good ipialities of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Having used it ju my family for the past eight years, 'l can safely say it has no eijual for either colds or croup." .In rent bot tles for sale by F. G. Fricke A Co., I Iruggisu. Some of the most startling, in- leisting isCoi.ries of the life audi ciistouis ,,f buried F.gypt are now being made through evt.-nsii i-y.- i. : vattious. These discoveries are exciting a great interest. Main d:. oi lies are, however, being made in our country th,,t ;nc ie. iiiarl.able. among which v. e m.iv meniioa that of Haller's J'.un lw.er which e.. i ts entire relief, an I in many ases a complete cm i f that hii .lib- i'i-c, .,- i u ma t i -i i, and which ii!-o ieii.-es pain of ail Kind , j or b ail d 1 1.:; .-1 - HC n' r i Til) Len liny FQKMITHRE LEsLER AND r- IV r -1 pf- UNDERTAKE b'l.iiHtnntljr k'-ip. on Imn.l tverytliin iuiiiisu nur initiK. l-Oll.NKIl HUTU AN1 MAIN HTKKkT PlattsmQut Neb MMi V. KUXV I I) 1 lie l-ii WitKim mid l:ikiiiiltli iop Whrod, Huggy, Mncliiiis ami ('loir Ibtpitinog .In at--llUlt.SKSIlOKINO A KI'KCIAI.TY -Its UM ItlK NEVERSUP HORSESHOE ll'l.I-.l. :-.ii .. nu"1"1" ''" mri-IHH) fur tli mni.er, nr lur isl Ur, viu ir, or for citj tmrni evur iiiyent.!l. It Ii to nimbi tlnxt Hoyimo Ci.n put uD sharp or flut Cork, m neviled fur met n,l h,..-r. lipisrrj . " ---i -i". j 1tii or umiuiil. Arm ...-a. Cull Hi lit linp mul nninini) thii nl you will one tin other. KKVkltHMP J. M. PHNKI.UIACKER. 13 North Fifth St. I'Uttwiautb PERKINS- HOUSE, 317. Kill. 821 nd2.'l Min Kb, Plattsmouth Nebraska! H. M E0N3. Proprietor, lti IVrkitm Inia -en tliiirniihly ri!DilTted freni top tc L.'itt.,,,; m,,J ' j now una of the Im-hI Imb-li in tin. Hints , HiiHrdum will lm token ,y ths wrek nt i 1 1 50 nnd up. I GOOD BAfr CONUECTEDi ' .,s4'. m fc V . f But l M SW(iiyjp mci Mq kf . Then vteft all troubles avay. iawiiwfo.f.ii J.UUaUiTViLUU Wf DMAlT & : A UK I K III nil tll.lt g"f t i III ike p a tir-t llit'ir stove iti CAB - LOAD-LOTS and thus are euabl-d to undersell all competitors. 1 ft ! i 'V"( 1 1 ( ; sj 1 1 l ) 1 ( aS i c () s AKEONEXHIIIITION ATOUH STORE Th! Ka.liimt lloineareelcbrH,,,! Hot,,,.! (Ink Hrc llieir SjH-cmlty. This II nil has the ex elusive agency of Un celebrated ant i-r list iug tin wan guaranteed for one year. A large line of (op perrtiire, tinware, sn,d ( iranite'i an- , '1 In- Mac- f- . I s.Aw 1 ll! -L- '. I I Nli W f 1 1 1 l .5. tit. Ai.i.i..- i i'i i,i : i . N ' Call arid 11th and suv. lis north of E!.eisds Everything to Furnish Your lluus.. I. PEARLMAN'S -I.HK.IT HOUSE FUaHISHING EMPORIUM.' Having DurcIiu-'Cil tlie .1. V. Wi-ckbach More room on fouth Main htrcct where I am now locatnl I can k11 goods cheap er than the cheapest having jut put in the largest htock of new goods ever hroTght to the city. (Jacolinc htove iiml I'uriiitui'c nf all kimUholtl on the in.ttalltm nt plan. 1. rEARLMAiN. WILL KKLT CONSTANTLY ON HANI) A Full tnl t'nniili ti line of Drugs, Medicines, Paints, and Oils. DSUGGISTS SUNDHIES AND PURE LIQUORS Prescriptions ( arcfully ('oinpoiiiidctl nt all Hour i ' T i THE POCITIVE CUIIE. I S.nwA .I.If ial! il .!'!. M w,rfivi tt, r.sw YnrU. 1-rVvtnrtiil iimi t t - U'w 5j I BREKENFELD, I.KaIiKKS : eni-s linn I 1 1 iii-dwarf. They hit n They also carry f i i line assortment of car- penter tools, Cutlet I mid shelf hardware, T I'rices have been en right down to stilt th limes. a i n. at of our 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 stock ol I N i :a: l-K A. A y a w J L i r 1 t il Ml ! "nj im. t.'tiil al the corner of one hloclt mill. MnlU KV !" Nnr YnrU. -I S I i CrIS'i r CCO k ri.A rilti tin vi-ri tr iillll I V bon it r ii. larki ".ti 1 1, i r: ji i i I'm il.it nslt llrtsr b.s S : 1.