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it Saved nv Child's Life.
" When Ely child was bom,
doctor ordered one of tbo
."ix-r roods. She ate that nu
ll 1 gbe nearly died. IhadUimo
iloctore. who said the c::ble
nas Indigestion, and ordcrrd
the food changed to Lnctatal
1'ood. It mxed my child's life,
(tad I owe yoa many thanks
forit I regard your Food es
invalBftbte, aad wperior to all
ollifr artiicUl food for babies.
ZSxs. A. J. Besfteld.
150 Meals fQrff.ML liWVYk
16 lndiaa Place
FOR INFANTS and MAUDS
THE PHYSICIAN'S FAVORITE.
Possesses many Important Advantages
orcr all other prepared Food.
BABIES CRY FOR IT.
MAUDS RELISH IT.
Perfectly nourishes Baby wKh
or without the addition of mtMu
Three SUee. 15c SOe. SI.OO.
A Talnabte mUrt n; - The Nntetaoa
"We axe mtng in
scry (ooataininer forty Infiaii)
year Lactated. Foe, sad to
itfarswpsdortoan other fwl
tte paattaa yeaa et I aafra
TJeiMar fayaWn. Tke
off CasrKy. who an
eanae off tfce laHMIlna. av
w. x. Da Oenkx, M. IX.
WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., BURLINGTON, VT.
O. S. CLINTON,
Fine Watch and Clock Repair-
Call and see me before purchasing elsewhere.
McDonald's Block, Spruce Street.
?4 if '
Hffl Boot and Shoe Score I
T Boots, Shoes and Slippers
WI f( to e ouud in North
lit I v Platte. Give us a call and I
r i" e conY ce 1
J W.W. BIRGE, .
Lath, Shingles, CD
I POSTS, LIME, CEMENT, T1
Building Paper, 3
? - IN ANY DESIRED QUANTITY. 0
f O 1 ZT
Fifth Street, Cor. LocuBt, Opposite Baptist Church,
North Platte, - Nebraska.
E. B. WARNER,
, " Keeps constantly in stock Metalic and Cloth Draped Caskets, complete
line of Trimmings in White and Black, Gloss White Caskets,
Wooden Coffins of all sizes, Shrouds and Shaes.
Telegraph Orders Promptly Attended to. Open Day and Night.
ENBALMING- A SPECIALTY.
Desirable Farming Land
FOR SALE IN
RANGES 33 to 37,
Lincoln and Keith Counties, Neb,,
and lying between the Ncrth and South Platte Rivers, on the line of the
Union Pacific Railway.
Prices and Terms can be obtained on application at the office of
It is said, and it seems very reas
onable to believe, that Mrs. J. Ellen
Foster, the noted temperance advo
cate, wrote the following plank in
the republican platform: "The first
concern of all good governments
is the virtue and sobriety of the
people and the purity of their homes.
The republican party cordially smy
patbizes with all wise and well di
rected efforts for the promotion of
temperance and morality."
Fred J. Nichols, of Austin, Indiana, Ears: A
person should be thankful when they find a med
icine that will care them when every other kind
hat, failed to give relief, and I am thankful. I
am subject to cholera morbus in the summer,
aad aerer could get a medicine that would give
aw relief. I saw your advertisement and thought
I woald try a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera udDuuiboe Remedy and see if it would
help me. It has saved me many hoars cf terrible
saCering. It is the best medicine of the kind
ever made. For sale by F. H. Longley.
The nights will pass as the nights
have passed, and soon we will have
the day; and that day; will pass as
no day can last, for nothing is here
to stay, ine young will pass from
their glad estate, to age, and disease,
and death, as the poor will pass and
the strong and great, as passes the
fWfino baf.h- 'Tbfi crass will nass
from tne sunlit nlain. as the crass
of last year went, but the fellow in
Dlue who runs tne train won t pass
me worm a cent..
The modes of death's approach are various
and statistics show conclusively that more per
sons die. from diseases of the throat and lungs
tnan any otner. it is proDaDie tnat everyone
without exceDtion. receives vast numbers of tn.
bercle germs into the system and where these
germs fall npon suitable soU they start into life
and develop, at first slowly and is shown by a
Bugui ucuiug Btuiaauuu m uiu uuwii turn 1L ax
lowed to continue their ravasres they extend tn
the longs, producing consumption and to the
head, causing catarrh. Now all this is dangerous
and if allowed to proceed will in time cause
death. At the onset yoa mast act with promt-
- :i i -1. i-
danaeroas and may lose you vonr life. An noon
as yoa feel that something is wrong with your
iiuwh jjudkh ur noeuxw. ooiain a nntr.in nr
Jfoscnee s uerman uyrnp. It wiU give yoa im
As he embarked for Europe on
Cunader in the harbor of New York;
the other day, Mr. Chauncey M.
Depew sighed and mopped his brow
with a wine that was not a bandan
na, and said: "It is' a great strain
on a man to try to be nominated
president." Hcsaid that he bore it
very well, however, until he received
a dispatch from a confidential friend
of. one of the most prominent can
didates before the Chicago conven
tion, reading somewhat as follows:
. -wt 1 I 1 I fft
"Under wnat com om ation or cir
cumstances would you consent to
accept the nomination for vice pres-
j in l cm nx'i ,
said that his back then gave way.
Mr. N. H. Frohlishstein, of Mobile, Ala,
writes: I take great pleasure in reccommending
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption
having used it for a severe attack of Bronchitis
and Catarrh. It gave me instant relief and en
tirely cared mo and I have not been afflicted
since. I also beg to state that I bad tried other
remedies with no good result. Have also used
Electric Bitters and Dr. King's New Life Pills,
both of which I can reccommend.
Dr. King's New Discovery-for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds is sold on a positive guaran
tee. Trial bottles free at A. F. Streitz's Drug
St. Paul. July 9. A great storm
over western and central Minnesota
and eastern Dakota yesterday. The
wind reached the velocity of a hur
ricane. At Shakopee Minn., the
great building of the Wampach
Furniture company was badly
wrecked, the Cooper building de
molished and Kohl and Joerens
store unroofed. Several frame resi
dences and barns were blown down
and trees and fences torn up and
thrown across the highways in such
a wav as to prevent travel. At Red
wood Falls, Minn., several buildings
were toppled over and burned by
lightning. Much damage to tences
and crops is reported from the coun-
a r Tm t it 1 II
try. At est. reter tne ngnunmg
burned three buildings, one barn
containing several valuable horses.
Many hundred acres of corn were
destroyed by hail. Many buildings
were blown down in tne vincmuy
of Roswell, Dak., where the storm
swept a strip of country twenty
miles wide. At Vilas the hail did
considerable damage to crops.
Ballard's Horehound Syrup.
A single bottle of Ballard's Horehond Syrup
kept about your house for immediate use will
prevent serious sickness, a large doctor bill, and
perhaps death, by the use of three or four doses.
For caring consumption its success has been
simply wonderful, and for ordinary couehs.colds.
sore throat, croup, whooping cough, sore chest
hemorrhages its effects are surprising and won
derful. Every bottle guaranteed. C. W. Price,
The president vetoed three more
pension bills yesterday, making a
total of 139 this session of congress.
In vetoing one' of the bills; for ex
ample, the president goes to the
pension office for his authority and.
claims that the soldier died trom
drunkeness. The congressional com
mittees on special pension bills, a
higher court than the pension office,
examined the evidence laid before
the commissioner of pensions to
gether with other eveidence bearing
upon the case and decided the ap-
plicant justly entitled to a pension.
Throwing aside all this evidence as
of no account, and considering only
the evidence upon which the .appli
cation for pension was before re
jected, 'the president gravely informs
the legislative branch of the gov
ernment that it is wrong and that
the applicant is a fraud and would
be robber. Nothing better can be
expected, however, of the present
In I8841-the New York Inde
pendent wvl a strong supporter of
Cleveland. ow it says: "His
pledges were magnificent: his per
formances "were disgraceful. His
scheme of ctfil service was fine; its
fullfillmenka farce. Hes6tout to
lift thdemberatic party; he ends
it bv lettjng-down the government.
He "began as a conspicuous refomer;
he is ending-as a ''conspicuous fail
W. D. Hoyt & Co., Wholesale and Retail Drug
gists .of Borne, 6a.. say: We have been selling
Dr. King's New Discovery, Electric Bitters and
Bocklen'S Arnica Salvo for four years. Have
never handled remedies that seU as well, or give
such universal satisfaction. There have been
some wonderful cores effected by these medicines
in this city. Several cases of pronounced Con
sumption have been entirely cored by use of a
few bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery, taken
in connection with Electric Bitters. We guaran
tee them always. Sold by A. F. Streitz. 1
All women look attractive when their color
and complexes, is clear. If your akin is sallow
yes doll, yoa are bilious, secure a box of Wil
liams' Australian Herb Pills, take as directed,
and the feeling of languor will leave yoa, your
eyes brighten, and yoa are another woman. C,
Mark this one point. James (x.
Blaine has been in Europe and has
seen the exact condition of the peo
ple there. He will come home with
an inexhanstitjle collection of facts
with which to annihilate the demo
cratic -Cobden club pretentions.
When he opens the campaign a few
weeks later there will be a wild
hysterical buzz of resentment and
despair among the panicky reform
ers of Ohio wool.
25.00 Be ward.
The above raward will be paid for any case of
rheumatism 'aot benefited by Ballard's Snow
liniment. There is no pain it will not subdue,
no wound it will not heaL It is the most pene
trating liniment known for all pain, for man or
beast it stands without parallel. Ladies who
iiave backache Bhould never be without it. Price
.50 cents. , C. W. Price Ageift.
An Indiana man by the name of
John Anderson perpetrated the
same old chestnut a few days ago.
In a playful spirit he pointed a gun
at a friend, and that friend is now
on the glittering strand, while John
is "nearly crazed with grief." With
all due regard for his grief, it might
be a good scheme to send him over
the road for a year or two. The
lesson would probably prove profi
table to John Anderson ray jo
SHIIiOH'fl COUGH and Consumption Cure is
sold by as on a guarantee. It cores. Bold by Streitz
SHTXQH'S VTTALIZES is what yoa need for
TI.i 1 l?l J. f T il
WuouiJttuuu, luee ul uppeuie, uizzmess n nn
symptoms of dyspepsia. Price 10 and 75 cents
-per bottle. For sale by A. F. Streitz.
Chicago, July g- Chairmau
Hodge, in an interview says: "If
the railroads, through the dictation
ot tne Burlington, are ready to de
clare open war upon the brother
hood, we are ready for them. It is
claimed that wholsale arrests are to
1 1 A 1
oe made or men wno were promi
nent in the recent strike when
Stone, of the Burlington, gives the
word. 1 have said pefore, and I say
it again, that it any such thing oc
curs every road in Chicago will be
u - i u
ncu up wibuiu luiii. iij-aiA. iiuuia.
WILL T01I SUITES with dyspepsia and liver
complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer is guaranteed to
cure you. For sale by A. F. Streitz.
8LEEPLES8 EIGHTS made miserable by that
ternblecbtigh . Shiloh's Care is the remedy for
yoa. Sold by Streitz.
CATARRH CUBED, health and sweet breath
e cored, by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Nasal In
ter free. Sold by Streitz.
Anecdotes, regarding the last days
of the late Emperor Frederick of
brermany contmue to multiply. Nob
long before his death he gave audi
ence to a little English boy six years
old who had undergone the opera
tion of tracheotomy about a year
ago. The boy had not only sur
vived the operation but had grown
stronger in health. Emperor Fred
erick heard of his case and desiring
to see him, paid his expenses from
London to Potsdam. He examined
the child's throat and heard him
talk, while the Empress Victoria
plied him with bonbons that he'
might show how well he could
For lame back, side or chest use Shiloh's Porus
Plasters. Price 25 cents. Sold by Streitz.
THAT HAOKHCr COUGH can be so quickly
cared by Shiloh's Care. We guarantee it. For
sale by A. F. Streitz.
CROUP, WHOOPDSG COUGH and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure. Sold by
Hardly a day passes, but what we
hear some man say who has been a
life long democrat that 'he has
enough of Cleveland and "demo
cratic reform" and will this year
vote for Harrison and Morton. The
men of. this locality are no excep
tion. It is all over the land . Many
who thought a change necessary
four years ago, who were deceived
by the' promises of Cleveland and
the democracy, have come to the
conclusion that the grand old party
his good enough for them and they
will vote the republican ticket
straight. ' One man who had made
up msmma to vote tnepronioition
ticket told us this week that he had
concluded since he had seen the re
publican platform to vote the re
publican ticket, buch a platform he
says is good enough for a repub
lican, and that no reasonable tem
perance man can ask anything more
of the party. Broken Bow Bepiib-alicn.
My littlo boy about eight months old was
taken with flux. After several days we com
menced giving Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy according to directions.
We were very uneasy about the child and sent for
a physician. I told him what we had been doing
and showed him the medicine. He examined it
and told as the best thing wo could do was to go
ahead and give the remedy. We used alout half
of a small bottle and cored the child, although
the child was so low he had no nee of himself.
We thoaghtso much of your remedy that wo
would let no one else have it. I told my wife a
few days ago that I most write and tell yoa what
your remedy had done. G. W. Luocb, Zion's
Hill, Virginia. Sold by F. H. Longley.
THE VALUE OF A BRAND.
A very interesting test case was
tried last week before. Justice Beard,
of Kimball. Quite a number of farm-
ers cows some time ago strayed
away from their owners in the vicin-
ity of iiimball, ana were afterwards
discovered with some cattle compa
ny's brand on them. Mr. Salhohm,
of Kimball, was one of the unfortu
nates, he having owned a cow which
had strayed away from him without
a brand on her, but when he after
wards found her the Snow Cattle
Company's brand, of Wyoming had
by some mysterious means been
placed upon her side. Mr. Salhohm,
however, took her home and milked
her as usual, but a short time after
wards a Snow Cattle Company's em
ployee claimed her, and being re
fused possession notified the mana
ger of the company, who replevied
her and sent tne Wyoming cattle
company's lawyer to conduct the
suit. Mr. Rayner was telegraphed
for by Mr. Salhohm to defend his
possession. Mr. Rayner says that
he so punctured tne gentleman's
argument that after the case had
been closed on both sides the com
pany's manager through his lawyer
stated to the jury that they were
desirous of getting out of the mat
ter as gracefully as possible, and
therefore requested the jury to re
turn a verdict for the defendant for
the cow, damages and costs. Cattle
brands may under Wyoming law be
conclusive evidence of ownership,
but the atmosphere of Wyoming is
somewhat lighter than Nebraska,
where it is only prima facie evi
dence, and may be rebutted by proof
of actual ownership. Sidney Tele
graph. AN EXPLANATION.
What is this "nervous trouble" with which so
many now seem to bo afflicted? If yoa will re
member a few years ago the word Malaria was
comporatively unknown to-day it is as common
as any word in the English language, yet this
word covers only the meaning of another word
used by oar forefathers in times past. So it is
with nervous diseases, as they and malaria are in
tended to cover what our grandfathers called
biliousness, and all are caused by troubles that
arise from a diseased condition of the liver
which in performing its functions finding that
it cannot dispose of the bile through the ordi
nary channel is compelled to pass it off through
the system, causing nervous troubles, maria, bil
ious fever, etc. Yoa who are suffering can well
appreciate a core. We recommend Green's Au
gust Flower. Its cares are marvelous.
Htadache, Toothtche, Earache,
NEURALGIA, SORE THROAT,
Catarrh, Croup, Frost Bites,
Sore Nipples, Caked Breasts, Lame Back.
Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Burns, Old Sores, Ac
Sold by Druggists. 50c. and $1.00.
HAMLIN'S BLOOD AND LIVER PILLS.
Best in the World. Try Them. 25c.
SONG BOOK MAILED FREE.
Address WIZARD OIL CO.,
aa-ag uhicaco. HmmmKk
By virtue of the laws of the State of Nebraska,
I hereby offer a reward of Fifty Dollars for the
capture and conviction of any person charged
with horse stealing in Lincoln county.
D. A. BAKER,
l i ME WITH REGARD TO
MY INTERESTS I MAY HAVE
IM TOWN LOTS OR OUT
LYING LAND IN NEBRASKA,
COLORADO OR WYOMING,
WILL RECEIVE PROMPT
J. T. CLARKSON,
164 RANDOLPH STREET,
FIEST MTIOML BAM,
INortli Platte, - INTeb,
Authorized Capital, $200,1
Paid in Capital, $50,1
Banking In All Its Branches Transacted
Sell Bills of Exchange Direct on Great Britain and Ireland, Switzer
land, France, Belgium, Holland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark,
Italy, Russia, Spain, Portugal, Germany and Austria.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AND DEALER IN"
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES
WINDOW GLASS AND BRUSHES.
Agent for Sherwin & Williams' Miied Paints and the Diamond
Corner Sixth, and Spfu.ce Streets.
HERSHEY & CO.,
:ro-ajd oabts, etc
Agents for the Celebrated
Goodhue' and Challenge Wind Mills.
Agents for Union Sewing Machines.
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
J. Q. TH ACKER,
KEITH'S BLOCK, FRONT STREET, OPPOSITE PACIFIC HOTEL.
ZSTOHTII PLATTE, - NEBEASKA,
WE AIM TO HANDLE THE BEST GRADE OF GOODS,
SELL THEM AT REASONABLE PRICES, AND WARRANT
EVERYTHING AS REPRESENTED.
Orders from the country and along the line of the Union
Pacific Railway Solicited.
LARGE STOCK OF PIECE GOODS,
embracing all the new designs, kept on hand and made to order.
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE.
Spruce Street, next door to Post office.
m cent d ki
THE CHICAGO DAILY NEWS'
announces the reduction of its price from Two
cents to ONE CENT per copy.
It is fitting that the pioneer of low-priced
journalism in the West should lead in placing the
American newspaper of to-day upon the basis of
the lowest unit of American coinage. Twelve
years ago that unit was the nickel in Chicago and
throughout the Northwest The founding of The
Daily News at a lower price was regarded by the
journalistic profession as inviting certain failure.
ijuc tney were wrong. 10-day tnere is not a
nickel paper in Chicago, and the circulation of
The Daily News averages, as shown by its pub
lished sworn statements, 175,000 copies a day
with a single exception the largest daily circula-.
tion in America, and greater than the circula
tions of all other Chicago dailies combined.
The Daily News has prospered beyond the
most sanguine hopes of its founders. For this it
has more than once made its grateful acknowledg
ments to an appreciative public. It believes, how
ever, that the time has now come when, acting
entirely within the limits of a wise commercial
progression, it can give its thanks more practical
expression. It proposes henceforth to "divide"
as to its friends and to multiply as to its circula
tion. To-day it reduces its price to One Cent
and expects to double its circulation.
And anticipating the questionings of the
doubtful let it-be briefly said that the thing can be
done. The Daily News all that it has been in
the past, as well as all that is rightly expected of
it in the future as a leader m progressive Ameri
can journalism can be produced and sold for
one cent a day, and this by reason of those com
mon principles of trade which make possible
lower prices just in proportion as the aggregate
volume of sales increases. The Daily News now
sells over a million papers a weeh, as shown by its
published sworn statements of circulation, and it
can afford to sell at a smaller profit per paper than
other Chicago dailies, no one of which has as
mud: A- onc-hird the average daily circulation
of The Daily News. The large addition to its
present million-a-wcek circulation, which will
surely come with its reduction to one cent a day;
will fully compensate for the reduced profit at
which each paper is sold. All this concerns the
reader only as assuring h'im that The Daily News
can reduce its price and at the same time maintain
its high character as the foremost newspaper of the
Northwest that a million-a-week circulation
makes the otherwise impossible entirely.possible.
The present is peculiarly the time to inaugu
rate this popular departure in American jour
nalism. The approaching Presidential election
widens immeasurably the field and opportunity
for The Daily News as an independent, impartial,
fearless newspaper one free from all the entangle
ments of mere partisan allegiance. The demand
is more and more for a newspaper which shall
give all the political news free from partisan color
ing, and which shall tell the absolute, unvarnished
truth about things, regardless of its effect upon the
lortunes ot tnis or that political party or candidate
This demand The Daily News aims to meet, and
at its reduced price it combines all the elements
which should make it literally everybody's paper.
To the thousands of new readers whose atten
tion is now for the first time directed to The Daily
News it is proper to say that they wiU find it '
complete in all the essentials of the best Ameri
can journalism of to-day. Its quality as a ncivs
paper proper is best indicated in the fact that it is
the only low-priced paper in Chicago or the
North-west, which is a member of the " Asso
ciated Press " The other .''Associated Press "
papers in Chicago, the Tribune, the Times and
Inter-Ocean all cost three cents. The Chicago
Daily News prints all the news and sells it for
one cent a day. Sold by all news dealers. Mailed,
postage paid, at 3.oo.per year, or 25c, per monf
Address VICTOR FLAWSON,r,
The Dailv News, Chicago.
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