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k. J. uuinway. . h. S KEITH.
CONWAY & KEITH
GENERAL ' HARDWARE.
Secretary Bayard has been called The twelye gainfcs of ball between
on to bury four near relatives in the Chicagos ancf New York and
New York and Detnot Have peen
l -l i -j j AAA .awIs
The Hoosiers now living in witnessed by l!4,uuu peu.
rt i -
Kansas will hold a errand reunion We helifive that many, if not the
at Chanute, that . State, Sept. 10th majority, of the mugwamps are at
heart Democrats on tne great prm-
1 f t ' i t LI Uii
pi t i i .I (ir ps wmf. i ift meni uus, uuu
kjutl onurcz nas ueen oiierea : r r, r ,r 7
85,000 a vear bv the Cincinnati uaie is tnat tney die;
And all Articles Usually Found in
a First-Class Hardware Store.
A LARGE AND "WELL-SELECTED
SIOCK OF FURNITURE,
At Low Prices.
-in fJ., .rliTnl- nnccoc:,
i i i mpn. nnn rnpnue iueu mv"
wmcn seei;s an . ' . . i ,ion
es tnem is a very msigimicuuo
m romnfinson with the real, vital
A sister of the Sultan of Turkey issues oef ore the country. Louis-
is earning her living m iJerlm by viHe Courier Journal
lessons in cue iiraDic lan- ,, -RnrW
JKoMo Pininp Towa. relates his
The young Queen of Spain devotes experience as follows : "I have had the
her entire mornings to her "baby opportunity of testing the merits of
afternoons onlv Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar-
rhoe Remedy in several instances m
severe and dangerous cases of cholera
morbus. From my experience in the use
of this medicine I can recommend it
with pleasure. Every one traveling
should have it and no family should be
without it." Sold by Gray & Co.
Over G,000 "shoe-lasters" at
Brockton, Mass , have been on a
mr-i 11 cr
EAST SIXTH STREET,
I Ijb 17" ES 1 "W
New Designs Just Received.
In Gold and Silver.
to affairs of state.
According to Professor Wood
ward the Niagara falls are receding
at the rate of about a mile in 2,200
Hundreds of acres of ground at
Big Plat, Cal.. -were were covered
with very small frogs after a hard
auunui me uliiui uuv. . -i j. 4.1 1 nf-
stiihc iui mice ttcens, cimi mc jtu
Men employed in sinking a well out,, because one poor old man, not
at Coleman, D. T., found a live frog a member of their order, was given
imbedded in the earth 285 feet be- a chance to earn bread for his fam-
low the surface. ily. They have already lost 220,-
A HnflinliV nnllnrro l,o nnnnnfl 00Q in wages, and if they have not
i finlf. T,nl-o n;tvf .nrfi, also lost their self-respect as well it
. . . " I in ii at MnrtAiifiA f h tr i - e r c f n
AnoHinpLlnwnt iinlvfrnniv Men m stnKuig ior ireettom
tor themselved s,hould not attempt
-mure goes one wmte man wuo to make slaves of others.
never lied to an Indian, wras the
compliment paid to Bishop Whipple
tne other day bv an untutored
savage in the west.
The Leavenworth 2Ves takes the
llowing view of the "Nebraska
Idea:" "The 'Nebraska idea of a
popular vote to indicate choice for
United btates senator does not
promise any great auvance on
Full Line Tobaccos and Cigars.
Guns and Sporting Goods
Watch and Clock Repairing a Specialty.
FINE ENGRAVING PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
Bar Harbor gossips are agog over
ll... j l i r itti .,
uie rumor maz Jiirs. vvnitmore, a
dressmaker of that place, has become constitutional methods. A popular
Jleci?nnL EnSllsh estate vote would not have elected Charles
worth 100,000,000. ' Summer, when he first Tint fnrtrard
The Black Hills uses seven tv-firo by the coalition m Massachusetts
car-loads of nowder everv vear I he Nebraska idea assumes that the
Cutting ought to cro to the Black voters scattered know more than
Hills, since he can't smell powder tnen' representatives in assembly1
in Mexico. .......
-ti. discussion is going on m
une liunurca years ago last JLurope concerning the distance at
Ihursday the potato was introduced which large objects of the earth's
into Montenegro, and all good surface may be visible. Emil Metz
iiiuiiuuiiuyinis uuiuuriuuu iiie cenren- ger mentions mat ne once saw,
nial by keeping a holiday and eat- with some difficulty, KeizersnickL
. . i j i
mg potatoes. in Sumatra, when distant 110
Henry George offers to accept the English miles; and he also made
vnrl?in-mpn'! nnminnf.inn fnv AfnTr OUt Gllg Merapi, 111 Java, Avlieil ISO
or of New York on condition that nmes away. i rom tne L'iz Muraun
hp lms flip iiifliviflil nRRnrj.nr.dB m near Uisseiitis, Ji. Hill has seen
agriculture as if it were not a call
ing which promises to patience, en-
ergv and industry tne very best re
wards. We must own it that the
bold, ambitious )roung man who is
willing to forego present ease and
display, and who will not be con
tent with an expedient tnat may
meet the present emergency, is an
exception among ns. There is a
good chance to lay the foundations
of a fortune now as there ever was
if young men will only exercise the
proper industry and econemy. At
lanta Sunny South.
thousands suffering from Asthma, Con
sumption, Couglis, etc. uiu you ever try
Acker's English Remedy? It is tho Lest
preparation known for all Lung Troubles,
Bold, on a positive guarantee at 10c, 50c
AtTkacker's Drug store.
R. E. HOLBROOK,
All work guaranteed or no pay.
OFFICE POST OFFICE BLOCK,
XORTII PLATTE, - NEBRASKA.
kki Ipa mi Repair
Locust Street, opposite J. D. Jackson's,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA
FOR SALP AT TIIK
I have now on hand neiv and second-hand
Lumhcr nagons, Sprinir Wirans and
Buggies made by the best workmen. All
who Avish anything in that line will do
well to call on me.
Rea! - Estate
The garden Spot
I own the following property
winch will bo sold cheap:
The eoathwest quarter section 18, township H,
range 32, lyins abont three miles east of O'Fal
lons Station, Lincoln county.
All oE Block 4G, North Platte City.
liOts 7 and 8, block 1S2, North Platte City.
Lots 5 and 6, block 7, North Platte City.
Parties wanting any of tho above will please
correspond with tho undersigned. You will b
paying no agent's commission if you buy from
Billiard and Pool Hall,
J. C. HUPFER, Prop.,
Keeps none but the finest Whiskies,such as,
ROBINSON COUNTY, TEXX
JL V. JfOHTARGlF,
0. F. G. TAYLOR.
WELSH - Lira? JLOMESTEAD
Also fine case goods, Brandies, .Rum, Gin
Etc. -St. Louis Bottled Beer and
Milwaukee Beer on draft.
Corner Sixth and Spruce Streets,
NORTH PLATTE, - - NEBRASKA
PI. ffil, Pfjp.
A IlVeoe Stock of
Sweats, Came, Fish,
Poultry, Oysters, &c,
Always on Hand. Also CIIOICE BUTTEIL
CASH PAID FOR HIDES.
Spruce Street, near Belton's Storc9,
North Platte, - Nebraska.
THE HIN MAN HOUSE.
MRS. JL. 331. G-ILLETT, PROP.
He Delta of k Ml
P. H. M'EVOY,
or du,uuu citizens ueiore tne cam
Secretary Manning's son is mak
ing a tour of the Southwest with
W. J. Arkeli, President o the
Judge Publishing Company. He
Mont Blanc, the intervening space
about 11U miles. J
btarkie Grardner states that Mont
Blanc is visible from the Piz
Langard, though distant three de
1 . V. u
i? 1 .1 1. 1 1 I ! AT 11
In Greenland, Mr Whymner "eionging 10 tne iNorcn
beheld a mountain from whidi he riacre ngauon ami .Land bompa-
Having recently leased and re-arranged this house, the
patronage of the public is respectfully solicited.
BATES, $2.00 ZPIEIIR, JDJlTZT.
Pleasant, airy rooms. Good sample rooms for commercial men.
FltOKT STUEET, OXK IJI.OCK WEST OK DEPOT,
THE PATTEBSOlf WAGON SHOP hfefetwsipg k the ZmrZ ow ,the mti ?P fcvorabl
cabinet will uepeud entirely upon Mareaillca, Znoli saw Mount C.-mi- te Te canal of the company
lias always on hand new and second-hand Lumber
"Wagons, Buckboards and Buggies. Plows, Harrows and all kinds of
Horse and Ox Shoeing and Blacksmithing. I repair all kinds of
Machinery, Wagons, Carriages and Farming Tools. I will order
repairs for kinds of mowers, reapers, hay rakes, etc. Agent for the
CELEBRATED NEW BUCKEYE EEAPEES & MOWERS,
All Kinds of Kay Rakes, Etc.
Also agent for the Celebrated Studebaker Road Wagons, Spring
AVagons, Buckboards and Buggies.
W. J. PATTERSON, WORTH PLATTE, NEB.
gon at a distance of 158 miles.
J. Monroe, of Boston. LhG whole range of the Swiss Alps
- mi i i i t XT-
was arraigned in' court Thursdsiv aeu looiveu upon ov j. jiinnis-
morning for rinsing a "chestnut" Ie.V while 200 miles away; while Sir
bell at the Boston Theatre perform- Jn has affirmed that the
ance. lie was lined $IU and costs, "iuiiimjas uavc appearea ro view
hi- x tj x7 1 , from the distance of 224 miles.
im. . .ma, . uuiuuub, juuu y
son or tne inaiaiia senator, will
is capable of irrigating 35,000 acres
SURE CROPS GUARAN
TEED BY WATER.
PACKARD k KING,
General Laud and Real Estate Agents
3Cavo For Scilo Clioico rOsxsaixiej T-rt
FARMS, .STOCK RANCHES A1TD TOWN PROPERTY.
bettlers located On tree claims, pre-emptions and homesteads. Good land
can yet be had convenient to town, to the railroad and the Platte river.
No trouble to get water.
LIVERY, FEED MB
And Soli si Ell-
And Teams to Let
on Short Notice
And at faatls
return to the stage and open as a
tragedy star in Washington. His j
father has been "starring" in that
i 1 11 1
city ror several years, xnougn m a
uiixerent; line. .. . -
Chancellor Vincent,; dfiT Chantau-
qua university, wnp; .Sisometimes
Known as tne bimdtiyxibchool
Archbishop, is to sperid-'-several
months in Europe "loo'lnncr un
Gray & Co., the popular druggists posi
tively assert that Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedv is the
safest and best treatment for griping Apply
pains, diarrhoea cholera . morbus, or ! )
summer complaint, and the' know! It is 1 LATTE,
not only recommended but guaranteed
and is just such a medicine as should be
kept in every house.
to T. J. Stimsox, Agent, or
Foley, Secretary, Nonxir
Succeeding CASH . IDD1NCS.
case of suicide is
questions relating to popular educa- reported at Council Bluffs. A man
tion. was ' seen to ero out in the rivnr .if;
"GUY'S PLACE. "
Miss Sarah Bruce and Miss Mary i"a skiff- a distance
Ann Bruce, two sisters, who lately t abo1ut fi yards from shore he
Aia,i ; i,r ,;n inn stopped rowing, stood up, looked m
LIME AND CEMENT.
SPECl AL AGENT FOIl
Pennsylvania Anttoacite, .
BT L. HALL, Manager.
D. S. DICKINSON, P
Locust Street, Between- Fifth axd Sixth.
FOH SALE IX
Lincoln and Keith Counties9
and lying between the North and South Platte Rivers, on the line of the
Union Pacific Eaihvay.
Prices and Terms can. he obtained on application at the office of
DILLON & COLLINS,
PComer Front and Locust Street?.
000 reals to the Secretary of State a" ireftfOiis, and, being apparently SampiG
for India, in trust for the education satisfied that he was unobserved he
mnfWio u-,,A -f,.f fr,-,.io coK a numuer or articles trom ins
. pocket, tied them in a bundle,
An order m the Canadian council fasten wl .1 sfnno tnit. nnrl f.liroi tin,
has been passed prohibitinj? the bundle into thn sfroam. TTp flim,
" 1 1 O ( '- T l. . I Vttc TT " o 1 t -t
linporcacion or swine ironi xumne- tnqtmipf nno wu of n mno fn fl,n h& navmcr renttea our rooms
sota and Dakota excejit through bow of the skiff, hastily tied the throughout, the public is invited to
irorc jiiinerson. wrnere tney win ne nthpr pih ahnnt Hi5 non .- . u;m .um see 115
placed under twenty-one day's lumped as far out as he could ' sink-
Larry Donovan, a printer em
ployed on the rol ice Gazette, lumped
from the Xew York tower of the
Brooklyn bridge to the water below
distance of 250 feet. The leap
was made on a wager or buUU.
Donovan was not iniured in the
Tn a fight between the Yaquis
Indians and the Mexican soldiers
that took place at Maytorena
Saturday and seven of the
former were killed. The loss of
the Mexicans is not stated.
Yv hen the Prohibitionists con
vince a majority of the people of
this State to their view, then pro
hibition will be possible, and not
before. In the meanwhile by op
posing measures which ure intend
ed for the amelioration of the liquor
trafic. the Prohibitionists arc reallv !
immediately. some persons
who were watching him, but had
not suspected his intention, now
..1 1 . 11 ji
ucuauiu iuiimjcu. aim as suuil US Uiey I 1 hAipn 'V iiiAQ
pnnlfl livnntivn a lnnf flinu 7Qr.J- r.t VlxUlL0 ) lllCo
and tried to save him, but were too
late. He was past resuscitation
when they took him out of the river.
Later in the day a search was made
for the bundle he had thrown into
the water. When recovered it was
found to contain a photograph of
an actress, a flask of whisky and a
copj' of the St Joe Gazette." It was
conjuctured that the poor man did
not wish to have any of these
articles found on his bod v.
YARD OX II. It. TRACK WEST OF DEPOT,
A. F. STREITZ,
DBUGGIST &ED CHEMIST.
Our Immense Stock of
The idea prevails largely
current literature that the
men of the "new south" are
force and energy, eager to grapple
the difficulties of their situation.
.1 "1.- I
aim mine appear to wring success
fostering the liquor trafic in its ! from unwilling fortune.
worst form, and are domgjust what 'ture is not one wholly
Kept at the Bar.
Keith's Block, Front Street.
NORTH PLATTE, - - NEBRASKA.
6 Jr aiders
(Spring styles with centers, corners and other decorations)
is now complete. -Call and examine our goods and get our
low prices before purchasing elsewhere.
Sherwin & William's Pure Mixed Paints and Coach Colors.
liquor sellers preter mosc to
-Philadel ph ia Press.
Pilks are frequeutlj' i)receded by a
sense of wpiglit in the back, loins and
lower part of the abdomen, causing the
patient to suppose he has some affection
of the kidneys or neighboring organs. At
times, symptoms of indigestion are
present, flatulency, unensine.-s of the
stomach, etc. A moisture like perspira
tion, producing a very dijgreeable
itching, alter getting warm, is a common
attendant. Blind, bleeding and itching
nilif. .ati?-! nf r r ir .1 f 1 1 int. ..C !
Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts
directly upon the parts affected, absorbing
the tumors, alla'ing the intense itching,
and affecting a permanent cure. Price
fifty cents. Address the Dr. Bosanko
Medicine. Co., Pi qua Ohio. Sold by A. F.
mere are such young men anion"
us. and the- are illustrating what
may he done in the new order of
things amid which they arc thrown.
But they are not very numerous
are, in fact, painfully exceptional.
The great bulk of our young men
are of the opposite type. The' go
about business, if they go at it at
all, in a half hearted way. as if they
regarded failure as a foi-egone con
clusion. A great many do not en
gage in any steady vocation, but
An extract of roots and herbs such as has
been used for generations by the Indians
an,. : ol tne northwest lor the cure of
xiie ,ni:- :
fancy. Coughs, Colds and all Bis-
eases of the Lungs.
tStta I3S23 m-'. I
Leads -All Otlieis,
LOCAL AND NEIGHBORHOOD
A Three Months' Trial Trip for 2? Cents.
The juices of the plants from which
wns mma coses gruk
is made are so incorporated as to render
it SOOTHING, LUNG HKAI.IXO AXD I'AUV-
taijle to the most delicate taste.
This preparation is strictly intended
for the cure of
Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis,
Croup, Pleurisy and Other
Diseases of tho Lungs and Air Passages.
111 mm ii 111111 m.
Jorth Platte, -
accept and little job by wliicli tliev
can earn a few dollars. Perhaps ' but for a11 1',or diseases it stands un-
thnro nfver were so mnnv tnon whn l,iu'-
can not be said to be
regular calling. An ambition to
get behind a counter or to secure a
travelling agency for a business
house, is what generally takes pos
session, of the minds of our young
men. There is a turning away from
If it possesses other remedial properties ! All classes of improved and un improved real eslaie bought and sold on
h.?? r5ire ,lm:nmvn, .to tlie. proprietors; I commission. Stock ranches, improved farms, town and city property
in Lincoln, Keith. Dawson, Frontier. Logan and Gosper
counties for sale.
CODY & POWELL,
(Rairalo Bill.) (White Itonvw,
LA CROSSE, WISCOXSIX, U. S, A.
Price 0 Conts.
Sold Ly J. Q. Til ACKER, Agent,
dlflly Xoiith Pitte, Xm:
200,000 Acres of Unimproved Land For Sale
on long time and easy terms. Land shown free to pi'rchaseus. Boincn
stead and timber claim relinquishments for sale at low figures.
Settlers located on government lands.
All government land business, af tended with care and despatch. '