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Addraat WELLS, RICHARDSUN W., Dunmwin w .
C. S. CLINTON
The "Old Roman" was the author of
the resolution in the national democratic
platform of 1864, which declared the war
a failure . This is not denied by any one
If Thiirman and his party could have
controlled the course of affairs at that
time, he would not now be trying to be
vice president of this undivided nation.
The Mills bill has passed the house by
j a vote of 162 to 149, saveral pairs being
announced. Only two republicans voted
for the bill while three democrats voted
with the republican party against its pas-
I sage, making the division as nearly on
I party lines as is usual. The galleries
were full when the vote was taken, show
ing great interest in the result.
Senator Harrison silenced' Senator
Voorhees' professions of frindship to the
soldiers by a speech in which he said :
"The man who lived through the war of
the rebellion and did not make some sac
rifice for the sutcess of the union armies,
who did not say one brave word, or do
one brave thing when, with bare and
bleeding breasts, our soldiers looked into
the face of hell for their country,, can
never be enshrined as the .soldiers'
friend." The same thing is true of Gen.
Harrison's opponent to-day. It will ap
ply to President Cleveland Tecumseh
A nasal injector free with each bottle of Shi
lob's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Sold by
Bhiloh's Catarrh Bemedy, a posituro euro for
catarrh, diphtheria and canker-month . Sold by
Fine Watch and Clock Repair
ing a Specialty.
Call and see me before purchasing elsewhere.
McDonald's Block, Spruce Street.
Jjf North Hatte j
fjaOgf Boot and Shoe Store I
JjiJK J I We keep the best selected I
" jr Soots, Shoes and Slippers
v t e ouu u -North I
III. Ml Platte. Give us a call and I
The Braddock, Penn., Suh, heretofore
a strong democratic organ; comes out for
Harrison and Morton, and asks for pro
tection to American' industries. The
editor has been all his life an active dem
ocrat and a chief leader among Braddock
democracy, being for the past four years
president of the Jefferson democratic
marching club. The paper is headed
with the 'scriptural text: "I will prise
and go to my father, and will say unto
him, father, I have sinned against heaven
and before thee, and am no more worthy
to be called thy son; make me as one of
thy hired servants." Luke xv.,. 18-19.
THE BEV. GEO. H. THAYER, of Bourbon
lad-., says: "Both myself and wife owe oar lives
to Bhiloh'e Consumption Care." Sold by Streitz
Are you made miserable by indigestion, con
stipation, dizziness, loss of appetite, yellow
skin? Bhiloh's Vitalizer is a positive cure. For
sale by A. F. Streitz.
1 88 1 .
W. W. BIRGE,
POSTS, LIME, CEMENT,
IN ANY DESIRED QUANTITY.
Fifth Street, Cor. Locust, Opposite Baptist Church,
E. B. WARNER,
Keeps constantly in stock Metalic and Cloth Draped Caskets, complete
ime or nmmings in vvnice ana iacK, liioss wmte uasKets.
Wooden Coffins of all sizes, Shrouds and Shaes.
Telegraph Orders Promptly Attended to. Open Day and Night.
ENBALMING A SPECIALTY.
It seems to be definitely settled that
the "white pasha" now reported' march
ing on Khartoum is Henry M. Stanley
and that he was sent o take Khartoum
by this unexpected march from the west
and that it was givnn out that he was go
ing to relieve Emin Bey mwely as a ruse
xo aeceive tue Mauai. me urnish srov-
ernment has kept the secret well and it is
confidently believed that Stanley has re
captured that strategic point before this
time and has released the prisoners that
have been detained as slaves by the Sou
danese since the fall of the city and the
assassination of Gen. Gordon. Ameri
cans will be glad to learn of the safety of
Stanley and the success of the great ex
pedition across the continent of Africa
that beats the record of Xenophon and
his ten thousand Greeks in his retreat
from Persia. ,
inent Democrats all oyer, the state have
declared themselves for the Republican
ticket on the tariff issue. The Hills Bill
-would strike down; the, great crystal-glass
works and a number of other large
factories in which the state takes great
pride, by which the people have bene
fitted. Then, too, the antagonism in the
Pemocratic ranks, by which General Mar
maduke's majority for governor was re
duced to 400 votes, is still going on It is
the rebellion-of, ftf old Uaion Democrats
against flourbon''leaiocratlc rule.
In the year 1850 the Mormons had four
missionaries in Scandinavian countries,
who in that year made 185 converts, of
whom seventeen emigrated to Utah.
During the thirty-two years, following the
total number of converts was 132,776, of
whom 21,000 emigrated to Utah. In
1881 there were sixty one missionaries in
the field . The average yearly number of
converts for thirty-two- years was 4,149.
The number of Scandinavian-Mormons
now in Utah, according to best authori
ties, is between thirty and forty thousand.
Most of them have come from Denmark
Sweden and Korway have sent about
25.00 Be ward.
The above reward will ba paid for any case of
rheumatism not beaHted by Ballard's Snow
Liniment. . Then is M'pain it' will not sabdoe,
nn wonnd it will rmt: has!, ff im Mu unit: nana.
trating linimeat jakrttai U pain, for raaa or
UtBl lb UUHB WlUHMIb -."ill JL4BU16B WOO
have backache sboold never be withoat it. Price
50 cents, v. W. Rice Agemt.
The investigation into the con
duct of Chancellor Manatt was
closed Wednesday. Only three of
the charges werelsustained, but the
inquiry has developed a state of af-
tairs in the university that plainly
require a change in the head of
The Prohibitionists of Nebraska
are called -to meet in delegate con
vention in the city of Omaha on
Wednesday Aug. 15, 1888, at 2
o'clock p. m., for the purpose of
nominating nve electors ana candi
dates for the various state offices,
electing a state central committee,
and for the transaction of all other
FOB DY8PEP8IA anvd liver ''complaint yon
have a printed eaarantee on -every bottle o
Shiloh'B Vitalizer. It never fails to cure. For
sale by A. V. Btreitz. "
HuskeiM. TMHMebt. Earache,
NEURALGIA, SORE THROAT,
Catarrh, Creep, Freti Bilttf
Strt Nipplct, Cakai Brtatts, Lam Batk,
Santa, Bruises, Cuts, Burns, 0M Seres, to
Sold by Druggists. 50c. am V. 00.
HAMLIN'S BLOOD AMD LIVE JWLL.
Best ia the WtrM. Try Tht.
sane BOOK MAILED FREE.
AddrsM wuhiw wik wvi.
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CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Estimates on Work Furnished.
Shop Corner Cottonwood and Third Sts
east of Catholic church.
Fine Boot and Shoe Maker,
And Dealer In
MEN'S LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
' BOOTS AND SHOES.
Perfect Fit, Best Work and Goods as
Represented or Money Refunded.
REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE.
Bprnce Street, bet. Front and Sixth,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
I. E. SOWERS,
Florist and Gardener,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBR.
WW NATIONAL BAM,
TsToikli Plabte, - . Neb.
Authorizea Capital, $200,000. Paid in Capital, $50,000.
Banking In All Its Branches Transacted
Sell Bilk 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 A2T1) EETAIL
AND DEALER IN"
PAIjNTS, OILS, VARNISHES
WINDOW G-LlSS AlND brushes.
Agent for Sherivin & Williams' Mixed Paints and the Diamond
All women look attractive when their color
and complexion is clear. If yoar skin is sallow
eyes dell, yon aro bilions. seenro a box of Wil.
Iinms' Anstraltnn TTarK Ti11o fnlrn na A;niA
ejes ongnicn, anil yon are another woman. U,
Chicago, 111., July 22. About five
hundred men, representing engineers,
firemen, brakemen and switchmen of the
roads running out of Chicago, held a
meeting to-day for the purpose of taking
political action on questions of interest to
the order. It was claimed that the meet-
ing represented about thirty thousand
voters'in the state, and would therefore
hold the balance of power so far as legis-
ation is concerned. A club was formed
which will have for its batfle cry the re
peal of the 31 erritt conspiracy law and a
more strict enforcement of the private
detective law against the Pinkcrtons. A
committee of five was appointed to tike
charge of the campaign and act as a con
trol body, from which all directions tare
to emanate. :
It is not a little remarkable that - Jo:
Fifer, the republican candidate for crov
ernor of Illinois, came out of the war a
humble private and has never since re
ceived a military title. He is simnlv
private Fifer 'et, so far as military dis
tinction goes. But as the embodiment of
the great patriotism, intelligence and
oravery of the vast majority of the army.
he is held Jn great love and veneration.
and in civil life he is destined to' achieve
higher honors than the soldiers who wore
Cut down the weeds and grass
not only on your lots but in the
street in front as. well. You will
not only have1 much, better looking
premises and aid in making the
town look neater, but you will feel
better for it, and you will not ad
vertise your laziness to the world so
openly. If you are too lazy to swing
t 1 1 a a
a scythe yourselt get some one else
to do it for you, and get rid of the
weeds ?ud crass. Get a move on
you. if not for your own sake, then
tor that or your neighbors and the
town in general.
Can furnish all kinds of fruit and
shade trees, forest trees, and seed
lings for tree claims at lowest
prices. Also all kinds of plants and
flowers. Estimates and designs
given for laying out new grounds.
Yards kept by contract.
Ballard's Horehound Syrup.
A single bottle of Ballard's Horehond Syrnp ATTENTION.
kept about yoar house for immediate use will
prevent serious sickness, a large doctor bill, and
perhaps death, by the use of three or four doees.
For curing consumption its success has been
simply wonderful, and for ordinary conshs.colds.
sore throat, croup, whooping cough, sore chest
nemorrnages its enects are surprising and won
derful. Every bottle guaranteed. C. W. Price.
3 ME WITH REGARD TO
-;Y INTERESTS I MAY HAVE
N TOWN LOTS OR OUT
LYING LAND IN NEBRASKA,
COLORADO OR WYOMING,
WILL RECEIVE PROMPT
Corner Sixth, and Spruce Streets.
HERSHEY & CO.,
'JRjOJID carts, etc.
1 Agents for the Celebrated
Goodhue ' and Challenge Wind Mills.
Agents for Union Sewing Machines.
' Locust Street,
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
J. Q. TH ACKER,
XT GIS T.i
KEITH'S BLOCK, FRONT STREET, OPPOSITE PACIFIC HOTEL.
ISTOHTH PLATTE, - NEBEASKA.
J. T. CLARKSON,
164 RANDOLPH STREET,
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.
PrietB 3ad Terms can he obtained on application at the office of
- DILLON & COLLINS,
"HA0METACK." a lastinc and frmrmnh
fnme. Price 23 and SO eta. Forsnlnhv Rt
Bhiloh'e Cnre will immediately rfilin.vn imnn
whooping chough and bronchitis. Sold by Streitz
WHY WILL YOU cough when Shiloh's Cure
will givo.immDdiato relief? Price 10 cts., 30 cts.
and$l. For sale by A. P. Streitz.
"Some ?neaking assassin." says the edi
tor of a Kansas weekly, "played a trick
upon us oa Tuesday night, such as could
only be devised by a sneak having all the
satanic qualities of Judas Iscariot . After
we had locked up our sanctum and "one
home this fiend incarnate emptied a
wheelbarrow load of whisky bottles be
fore our door, trying to leave the impres
sion that ye editor had been on a round
up. The villain was foiled in this, how
ever, for several of our best citizens are
willing to affirm that we were quite sober
on Tuesday night. We have not been
drunk since we weut to Kansas City three
weeks ago, which fact we can easily
Republicans in Missouri te not stand
ing on housetops and claiming everything
with confidence, but there might be such
a thing as that Missouri would co Repub
lican. The tariff sentiment is very strong.
It affects Missouri's lead, zinc and coal
mines, the lame lumber tracts in the
southwest and the wool-growers. Prom-
Mr. John Brennan of Sinnx Oitv.
recently made a speech at a Harri-
i "lr 1 1 r t - i-i
son ana iuorcon ranncanon in wnicn
he said: "I was once a democratic
voter. For-four years I have been
a Blaine man, but having passed
enter into f uU fellowship with the
republican party. Mr. brennan
is onlv one of thousands of Trish-
A : T IT 1.1. I il--
Americans, who realizing tuau me
British free svstem has impoverished
Ireland, thus enter their nrntasfc
-l j ! xt. i:
aguiiisu auupuu iuv same yvuvy
Is Consumption Incurable?
Read the following: Mr. C. H. Morris. New.
ark, Ark., says: 'Was dowa .with Abscess of
T I m 1 t . . , .
uunga, ana menps ana pnywciana pronoancea
me an . -Incurable Cocsamptive. Began taking
work on my farm. It is the finest medicine ever
Jesse Middlewart, Decatnr, Ohio, says: "Had
if. Tint: hoan
- v- www, mi St . lUUg O XIO VT J LX7iU 1UI
Consumption I would have died of Long Troub
les. Was given up by doctors. 'Am now in best
ui.uctuLu. xry iu sample Dome iree ac a. r .
Direii a uiug more. il
The Santa svstem as it is
called, is under one directorv. has
but one president and' one set of
officers, yet it is Composed of eiht
distinct railroads, ana is now build
ing and acquiring more miles of
ruuu man any opner organization,
and it is expected that within a
year, or at most two veara. that it
will be the first Jo.own and operate,
uuuer ius own control, a railway
from ocean to "ocean; from New
lorkto ban Jjrancisco, and from
Minneapolis to lialveston.
This reniedy is becoming so well known and
who have used Electric Bitters sing the same
eong of praise, A purer medicine does not exiet
""V AW Ai-F f,uulUWCU AJ xJ Oil Limb 19 lliUllUCU
Electric Bitters will care all diseases of the
ijiver ana moneys, wiu remove Jfimpies, ijoiis
Qalt- KYiontn anil xf-Virk affnni!ita nnul Vv -tm
pure blood. Will drive Malaria from the system
and prevent as well as cnre all Malarial fevers.
For euro of Headache, Constipation and Indi
gestion try luectnc Bitters. Entire satisfaction
and $1.00 per bottle at A. F. Streitz Drag Store.
Last week Mrs. Lon Albee of
W auneta, while out looking at a
bird s nest, felt something sting her
on xne oacK or ner necKanaputtinsr
her hand around to remove the
cause, was horrified to find a centi
pede. It had ''fastened .itself so
deeply in the -flesh that it required
two efforts to remove it. Not hav-
nc any other antidote at hand .1
ipoiiltice of plug tobacco saturated
witu .tuiuiuuia was appnea at inter
vals of an hour and the poison, of a
greenisn nue, drawn out. After a.
few poultices had been applied a
ridge in shape and size like a centi-
pene out or a green color, appeared
1 i, i 1 'ii.. 01..
wucie sue uaa oeen mtten. one
suffered intense nain for the first
few hours but is now nn the road
to rapid recovery. Madrid fiews.
UOW'S THE TIME
to have your friends come to
-0- Kansas and Nebraska -0-
as eastern lines will sell tickets and ran
SEMI-M0N7BL7 LAUD EUI0NS
to all Kansas nnd Nebraska points over tho
"The Overland Rotjtz."
Until Jnly 1. 1888. tickets sold for these excur
sions will be good thirty days for the round trip,
and can be used ten days going. When purchas
ers are ready to return, these tickets will be good
five days for that purpose. If purchasers wish
to fctoD short of destination on our linos, aeents
will stamp tickets good to return from such
J. S. Tebbetts, E. L. Lomax,
G.P. &T. Agent. Ass't G. P. & T. A.
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. -
j Merchant Tailor,
oijz:livz:xi. -A-jntid repairer.
LARGE STOCK OP PIECE GOODS,
. embracing all the new designs, kept on hand and made to order.
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.
r PRICES LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE.
j Spruce Street, next door to Post office.
There are Two Distinguishing
Which, more than anything else, have contributed to the phenomenal growth of The Chicago
Daily News, giving it a circulation larger than that of all other Chicago dailies combined. It
seems strange that the first practical, combined application of two such common sense principles in
journalism should have been left to a papenas yet only twelve years old. And yet true it is that in this
fact lies the real secret of the unparalleled success of The Chicago Daily News. Briefly stated
these principles are : J
First. THE DAILY NEWS ;
Is a daily paper for busy people.
Of all mankind' the people of Chicago and the btJsy north
west are the busiest. And yet perhaps no equal numbelr of peo
ple are to lie found who appreciate so keenly the necessity of an
intelligent knowledge of the world's daily doings. Thevrecoj;
nize that they, more than anyone else, are the world's 'providers
in many of the most important necessaries of life. How im
portant, then, that they should have their daily intelligence of
every event, the world over, which by any possibility can affect
their diversified commercial holdings. And in all tle higher
interests .of life where can be found a like number c)f people
more keenly appreciative of all that contributes to prpgress in
art, literature,- science, religion, politics, and the thousand and
one things which make up modern civilization.
And yet, strange to say, right here in this great, busy north
west, in its busy metropolis Chicago, there has taken place the
creation and development of that most cumbrous, nnseryiceable,
time-destroying thing, the " blanket-sheet" newspaper. With the
blindness of very fatuity this monstrosity of journalism, this breeder
of mental dyspepsia, has steadfastly imposed its mountain, of un-
threshed straw to the demand of the people for the, winnowed grain
of fact. It was out of the very incongruousness of such a condition
of things that The Daily News had its birth. People wanted the
News, all the news but they demanded it apart from tho over
powering mass of the trivial and inconsequential. It is because
The Daily News satisfactorily meets that demand that its cuxnla
tion is over " a-million a-week." !
R. M. Lawrence, Williamsville, UL, says: "The 'big dajfy' is
too much for me. Not that a person is obliged to read every
thing printed in the blanket-sheets,' but one having anything
else to do doesn't have time to hunt through the long-clrawn
twaddle for a few grains of digestible food." j
When to two such comprehensive; elements of popularity THE DAILY NEWS
now adds a third in its unparalleled price reduction to One Cent a day, it offers a combination of
attractions at once unique and unapproachable by any other- American newspaper, and one which
will surely multiply its friends throughout the Northwest by the thousands.
The Chicago Daily News is for sale by all newsdealers at One Cent per copy, or will be
mailed, postage paid, for 3.00 per year, or 25 cents per month. The farmer and mechanic can now
afford as well as the merchant and professional" man to have his metropolitan daily.
Address VICTOR F. LAWSON, Publisher The Dafly News, Chicago.
Second. k THE DAILY NEWS
Is an Independent, truth-telling newspaper.
The reader can count on one hand the known newspapers
whose statements in matters of politics can always be accepted
as at least intentionally truthful, and commonly so in fact.
On the other hand, it is the all-but-universal rule to praise
"one's "party and candidate to- theFskies, and to cry down the
opposition party and its candidate to the verge of the disreputable.
So common have such silly and reprehensible methods in jour
nalism become that they pass unnoticed, and are accepted as a
matter of course as an evil inseparable from practical politics.
But this is only another mistake of the thoughtless. The Ameri
can people are intelligent enough, thoughtful enough, fair enough
to appreciate and endorse honest, truth-telling journalism in
truth to prefer it to the misleading, the truth-discoloring dishonesty
of the " organ."
The demand is more and more for the fair, impartial, inde
pendent newspapef which give the reader all the news, and gives
it absolutely free from the taint of partisan bias. This done, an
expression of opinion, based upon facts, will commend itself to
the thoughtful reader even when he may not find himself ia
agreement with the conclusions deduced from the premises.
Disagreements 'are of small moment if only confidence in honesty
of purpose remains. "With no mere political ambition to gratify,
no ax to grind," the impartial aud independent newspaper may
truly be "guide, philosopher and friend" to honest men holding
every shade of political faith. And this is why The Daily
News has to-day a circulation of over a-milh'on-a-week."
JC WygANT, Sibley, Iowa, writes 1 "I am well. pleased with
The Daily Nxws, although I am a bred-in-the-bone ' Re
publican with a carpet hag experience in the South ending in
1872. The extreme fairness of The Daily News, giving
credit where due regardless of party, meets my approval."