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OTTENSTEIN'S BLOCK, SPRUCE STREET.
Tlxlx-d Door CToxtlx of
Douglas county will have sixty-
nine delegates in the forthcoming
republican state convention, and
they expect to make themselves
In a game of ball at Long Pine
Saturday Ed Gushman, pitcher for
one of the clubs, broke his arm be
tween the elbow and shoulder while
Uncle Sam's Condition Powder will core dis
tempers, coughs, colds, revere and most of the
diseases to which horses, cattle, eheep. hogs and
poultry are subject. Sold by all druggists.
Db. Jaques' German Wobm Cakes destroy
worms and remove them from the system. Hate,
pleasant and effective.
Sheridan county pays $1,000 in
rent annually for court house privi
leges. A proposition to vote bonds
for a $15,000 building will proba
ble be submitted to the people
An invoice of a thousand boxes
of regular old'array hard tack was
received at Rushville last week for
the Pine Ridge Indians. Hard
bread is considered a delicacy by
Sleepless nights, made miserable by thnt terri
ble congh. Shiloh's Cnre is the Remedy for you.
For sale by A. F. Btreitz.
Catarrh cured, health and sweet breath se
cured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50
cents. Nasal Injector free. For sale by A. F.
Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver Com
plaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer is guaranteed to euro
yon. Dor sale by A. . Hteitz.
Five prisoners in the Dodge
county jail observed the Sabbath
by crawling through a hole in the
wall. They did the work with
stone masons1 tools evidently fur
bished them by some one on the
outside. One man escaped whose
sentence would have expired the
Last week as workmen were re
moving the last of a car load of ba
nanas that had been shipped from
Panama -to the commission house
of Peyck Bros., South Omaha, they
discovered an anaconda, full three
feet long, secreted in one coruor
of the car. The animal was cap
tured alive and is now in one of the
DRUGS, PERFUMES, TOILET ARTICLES
Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils, Brushes, Window Glass.
FineJBrandies, Wines, Whiskies and Cigars.
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. The best and strongest. Scientifically constructed. A positive and
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stomach and kidney diseases, dieases of the blood, catarrh,
skin diseases, lung troubles, rheumatism, female com
plaints, paralysis, nervous debility, seminal
weakness, impotency, tc.
Their Business Booming.
Probably no one thing has caused such a gen
eral revival of trade at A. F. Streitz's Drug
Store as their giving away to their customers of
so many free trial bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption. Their trade is
simply enormous in this very valuable article
from the fact tbatit always cures and never dis
appoints. Coughs, Colds, Asthma. Bronchitis,
(roup nnd all throat and lung diseases quickly
cured. You can test it before buying by getting
a trial bottle free, large 6ize SI. Every bottle
V Permanent Wall Coating, adapted for Solid Wall Relief work;
Also for Plain Work.
Your orders solicited. Prompt attention
F. H. LONGLEY, NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
Something flew for jadies
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CBOPOOT, LIBBT & CO.,
Manufacturers of MEN'S AND -WOMEN'S FINE SHOES.
Wp ar nreDared to supply a long-felt want, and for this shoe we
clainnt is tte To SATISFACTORY STYLISH AND ONLY PER
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It is not cumbersome liKe tne omwu &nuu lun uds ium ui
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vm, will trv a pair of these shoes you will not be satisfied with any others.
3 Wonbfbe pleased to have vou call and make a personal inspection
of this shoe and think it will interest you.
It lias occurred frequently of late
that hogs shipped to the South
Omaha stockyards and counted out
at night often run one or two
short. Of coarse the commission
men always take the yard count,
and when shippers claim it is wrong
there is dissatisfaction and commis
sion men often have to make it up
or lose a shipper.
A young sport of Beatrice left
his vest containing a handsome
watch and 65 hanging carelessly
in a house of questionable repute
last Saturday when he went to re
cover it he found the cash and
watch missing. The robbery was
cammitted by outside parties who
effected an entrance through a win
Haiti- Home Blood f criiieii is the people's
popular medicine for purifying tho blood; pro"
venting or caring dyspepsia, biliousness, head,
ncho, boils and all fevers and malarial diseases.
Price 50 cents and one dollar per bottle.
Poor old Jeff Davis is quarreling
with his publishers because his
book, "The Rise aud Fall of the
Southern Confederacy," has proved
unprofitable; and he is mean enough
to hint that the Harpers, who pub
lished it, are not treating him fair
ly. He is too egostistical to see his
prosy, biased work has no value in
the eyes of any loyal Northern
man, while his ungenerous and un
fair criticisms on leading confeder
ate generals rendered it unpopular
in the south. Blade.
The republican candidate for
congress in the Third Louisiana
district, to fill the vacancy there
existing, is H. 0. Minor, a native
born Louisianian, of high standing,
and a large sugar planter. He
abandoned the democratic party
some six years ago because of its
free trade tendencies, as he is a
staunch protectionist. The district
has, on a fair vote, from 6,000 to
8,000 republican majority, and Mr.
Minor will be elected unless the
bourbons, by force or fraud, pre
vent a fair election. Blade.
The new book entitled "Johns
town Flood." published by H. S.
Goodspeed & uo., or JNew xorir, is
perhaps the latest work out, yet we
do Jiot feel ourselves amiss in pro
nouncing it.also the best. It con
tains a most graphic and vivid nar
ration of that wounderful disaster,
. . A 1 1. I
the story oilmen will not grow
old for many a long year. When
the first news of the Johnstown de-
saster came, everybody disbelieved
that so horrible a story could be
true. But each day brought fresh
horrors to thevpublic notice, till it
was universally remarked that for
once the first account had not been
exaggerated, but even underestima
ted. This is so rarely the case that
it is a fact worthy of notice in the
history of journalism. Everywhere
throughout- the country the heart
beat with sympcithy, and kindness
showed itself in the most generous
contributions, which soon rolled up
into millions. Even the Chicago fire
..... . . i
tailed to stir up the same passion
ate fellowfeeling, because there, al
though the loss of property wras
great, that of. life was compara
tively small. We cannot but be
lieve it will be 'long ere this pro
found interestinks into indiffer
ence. This permanent record will
be welcome by the people of the
land, North, South, East and West,
and wherever people can read. The
author seems to have taken pains
in writing an accurate as well as
dramatic story, and the whole thing
is presented with a vigor of life
likeness which brings it home to
every heart. Mr. Ferris has studied
the whole matter with great care,
and serves it to the public in admir
able style. The book is well made,
ahd has forty-eight handsome illus
trations and 522 pages. We be
lieve that anv one who has an op
portunity should seize the chance
to purchase this thrilling work.
Shiloh's Yitalizcr is what yon need,for Consti
pation, Loss of Appetite. Dizziness, and symp
toms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and 75 cents per
boltie. For sale by A. F. Streitz.
borne ot the .New York journals
are ventaoie gold mines, but it has
cost fabulous sums to found them.
Erastus Brooks, the vefteran news
paper man, said that he had seen
ion i n
j.sv uumes estaDiisaeci in tne me
tropolis and only six of them are
" 1 T t .
uuw m existence, miring nis ex
perience at least $25,000,000 went
out of the pockets of publishers
who were vamly endeavoring to
fill long felt wants.
Eilebt's Daylight Liveb Pills are a boon to
sufferers from sick headache, soar stomach, tor
pid liver and indigestion. Sngar-coated, pleas
ant to tako and warranted to go through by day
The opening or the summer en
campment at Fort Robinson which
occurred Tuesday was witnessed by
many visitors. All troops in the
department of the Platte, cavalry
and infantry, except a few left for
garrison duty at each post, were in
attendance. The dressed parade
line will be a mile m length, and
the drills and division maneuvers
will be a sight not witnessed here
tofore in the west, if in the country
Shiloh's Congh and consumption Cure is sold
m. 1 V XT
oy ns on a guarantee, xs cares vonsumpuon.
For sale by A. i. btreitz.
DISGUSTED WITH OREGON.
Mr. C. D. Knox who shipped his
goods from this place about August
20, to Medford, Oregon, returned
last Friday eveniug having: become
entirely disgusted with the country,
which he considered the most over
estimated and greatest boomed
country in the United States. He
visited the Rogue river valley last
winter and found the climate very
mild for winter, from the indica
tion at that time formed a good
opinion of the country. But his
residence since April has changed
his mind conipletley. Every thing
in the line of vegetation became
completely parched after May 1st,
1 1 OHll 1
aud sickness or an Kinas sucn as
diphtheria, typhoid and scarlet fe
ver, spinal disease, ague and all
other complaints are common. The
temperature ranges from 90 to 110
through the day while at night it
falls to 40 or 50 degrees, with a
damp unhealthy atmosphere. No
winds or freezing purify the air; no
rains after May 1st to relieve the
monotony; no good land to be had,
and very little poor land at high
prices is the way Mr. Knox de
scribes it. Ogalalla News.
The distressing feeling of weariness, and ex
haustion without effort, which makes life a burden
to so many people, is due to poverty of the blood
and feeble vitality. If you are sufiering from
such feelings, Blndbuder is just what you need
and will be of the greatest benefit to yon. It
purifies and enriches the blood, imparts tone and
vigor to the whole system, aids digestion and
overcomes nil morbid tendencies and nervous
affections caused by a depressed stale of tho
blood, strengthens end builds np the system.
whilo it eradicates disease. It is pleasant to
take and the dose is small. Try it and be cared.
f ncc Sold by A. X . Btreitz.
THE BEST YET.
In addition to the unequaled Din
ing Car Service between Council
Bluffs and Denver the Union Pacific,
"The Overland Route," will on Sun-
dav. August 18th, and daily there
after, run Dining Cars between
Council Bluffs and Portland, Ore.,
oil ''The Overland Flyer," leaving
ouncil Bluffs at 7:55 p. m., Omaha
8:15 p. m.
These cars are models of excel
lence, and the best meals the mar
ket affords will be furnished at 75
Consumption is on the Increase.
From recent statistics it aooenrs that Con
sumption is on the increase throughout tho wes
tern states. Tho principal cause, it is stated,
is due to neglect of common coughs nnd colds.
It is tho duty of all persons, whether of delicate
or robust health to have a remedy at hand at all
times in readiness, and a cough or cold may bo
broken up before it becomes seated. JlAL-
LiAKD 8 HOKEHOUND SYRUP will cure any
cough except in last stages of consumption. A
6ticn in timo saves nine. Always keep it in your
house. A. F. Btreitz, Agent.
The order of the golden Star
C. C. NOBLE,
P. H. McEvoy,
Carries in stock a fine line of
Special attention given to repairing
Ballard's Snow Liniment
Is the best Liniment in tho world for animals.
It will work wonders wherever any pain or in
carnation may be found. Every owner of a horse
should liave it in his stable. For Sprains, Cuts,
Bruises. Galls. Lameness and all innamation on
animals, it stands without a parallel. There is
no pain Mallards a Know Liniment will not re
lievo, no swellixc it will not entwine. No wound
it will not heal. A. F. Stiieitz. Agent.
The postmaster general under
the Harrison administration will
will make more improvements in
the service than half a dozen of
his predecessors combined. His
latest idea is the collection of mail
from the boxes by means of pneu
matic tubes. The plants will be
expensive, but in all the large cities
the saving in the salaries of carries
will be great enough to give a large
profit to the government. The ser
vice will be improved immeasura
bly. The Western Union now
sends messages in New York at the
rate of a mile in thirty seconds,
and the system is economical as
well as rapid. Journal.
You are feeling depressed, your appetite is
por, you are bothered with headache, you are
tidgetty, nervous, and generally oat of sorts, and
want to brace np. Brace np, bnt not with stimu
lants, spring medicines or outers, wnicn nave
for their basis very cheap, bad whiskey, and
which stimulate yon for an hoar, and then leave
yon in worse condition than before. What you
want is an alterative that will purify your blood,
start healthy action of Liver and Kidneys, restore
your vatality, and give renewed health and
strength. Such a medicine you will find rn
Electric Bitters and only 50 cents n bottle at &.
F. Streitz's Drag Store.
the lastest feature of the "Is
riage a Failure" discussion.
headquarters of the society are in
Berlin, (rermany, and branches
have already been established in
England. Japan, New York and
Chicago. The society decides that
marriage as at present conducted is
most decidedly a failure. A "better
plan" is proposed. Members of the
order are to intermary, probation
period of six months being given
for finding weather they are suited
or not. Divorces are granted by
the order only after the troubles
hive been looked into by competent
wedlock specialists, who will first
attempt to remove the difficulty.
After divorce both remain members
of the order, and may in time find
new affinities. If children are born
they are reared by the society and
prepared to enter useful trades and
professions. The supreme crank of
the society is said to be in St. Paul
at present organizing the third
American branch. Express
Uncle Sam's bone and nerve liniment will re
lieve sprains, bruises, neuralgia and rheumatism.
bold by all druggists.
lor lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's
Jrorous Plaster. Price 25 cents, lor sale by A
Dr. Brown-Sequard is an Ameri
can. His father, Captain Edward
Brown, of the American navy, was
T1 Mill n "I
a rnnacieipnian ana marnea a
French woman oh the island of
Mauritius, named Sequard. He
and his descendants took the name
Brown-Sequard. The distinguish
ed scientist, whose elixir of youth
is making a sensation, was their
eldest child. He was educated in
France, but was afterwards a pro
fessor at Harvard and practiced me
dicene in Baltimore for some years
subsequent to 1&73. He married
twice, his first wife being Miss
Fletcher, of Boston, a relative of
Eilebt's Extbaot of Tar xxn Wit.n nmnR
is a safe, reliable and pleasant remedy for coughs
colds, bronchitis, asthma and all throat rmnhffn:
will relieve and benefit consumption. Try it
Wc and $1 per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Pre
ed by the Emmert Proprietary Co., Chicago.
Death has already caused four
vacancier in the House of Repre
sentatives of the Fifty-first con
gress. James N. Burnes of Mis
souri, R. W. Townshend of Illi
nois, and Edward J. Gray of Louisi
ana died several months ago, and
the demise of James Laird, of Ne
braska, has just taken place. The
three first named were democrats
and the latter a republican. Suc
cessors to Burnes and Townshen d
have been chosen, and Gray's place
will be filled by a special election
to be held on September 3d. The
death of Burnes and Townshend
did not, nor is it probable Gray's
will, make a change in the politi
cal status of the parties in congress,
for the chances appear to be in fa
vor of the victory of the democrats
in Louisiana. Of course a repub
lican will succeed Laird, so the rel
ative strength of the two parties
in the house will not be changed.
I desire to announce to members
of the Alliance and all other far
mers that I am agent for the Royal
Windmills, Davis Vertical Feed
Sewing Machines and American
Lightning Rods. I also make a
specialty of erecting windmills,
putting down Irydraulic and deep
well pumps aud repairing machines
of all kinds. Orders can he left at
VonGoetz's Grocery Store.
VICTOR E. MEYER,
North Platte, Neb.
A k efficient yet mild detergent without any of 'the obiectionablc
-ties of ordinary soaps, is what recommends the
to intelligent and discriminating people. Its cheapness
within the reach of every one.
A WORD OF WARNING.
There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as the
vory';" they ARE NOT, bat like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remark
)le qualities of the genuine. Ask for "Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting it.
Copyright 1856, by Procter liable
HERvSHEY & CO.,
AGRICULTURAL! M P L E M E N T S,
JEIjOJLJD carts, etc.
Agents for the Celebrated
and Challenge Wind Mil
Agents for Union Sewing Machines.
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
The National Building, Loan
AND PROTECTIVE UNION.
Showing the cost and profit to be derived by the borrower of! 1,000 in
five years. The borrower having been a shareholder six months, and
holding thirteen shares, has made application for aloan, and his applica
tion has been accepted and approved.
By virtue of nn order of sale issued bv W. (.
Elder, clerk of the district court of Lincoln
county. Nebraskn. unon n decree of foreclosure.
rendered in said court in favor of Edwnnl L.
Pean-e acainst John CnmDbell. Carroll C. Ilnw-
kius and Joseph D. Hawkins, et. al., I have
levied upon tho followinc real estate of Josenh
I D. Hawkins to-wit: Ijot one (1) and the north
east Quarter of the northwest nuartcr and the
northwest quarter of the northeast quarter of
section nineteen (19) and tho south
east quarter of the southwest quarter of
section eighteen (18) all in township nine (it)
north, of range twenty-nine west, and I will on
Saturday, the 21st day of September, 1889, atono
o'clock of said day, at tho front door of the
court house of 6aid county, in North Platte, sell
said real estate at public auction to the highest
oidaer for cash to satisfy said order of sale, tho
amount duo thereon in tho aggregate beinc tho
sum of $488.83 with ten per cent interest thereon
from October 9th, 18S8, and $32.59 costs and ac
Jtorth Platte. Neb.. Antr. 19. 1RS9.
323 n. A. Baker. Sheriff.
In the matter of tho application of
John liawley, .kxecutor of tho 1
Votntn T . TT 1 ,I 1 1
to sell or mortaaced. real estate. I
Whereas tho applicationof John Hawley.Executor
of th e Estato of Lucy Hawley, deceased, having
Deen presented to the Uistnct Court ot Lincoln
County. Nebraskn, and it appearing from said
application that the said John Hawley, of the
County of Lincoln, and State of Nebraska, is
tho Executor of tho Estate of Lucy Hawley, de
ceased, late of said county and state, and that
tho said John Hawley has filed in the office of
the clerk of this court a duly certihed cony of
his appointment as such executor and that the
said ljucy Hawley at the time of her death was
the owner of Lot Two (2) in Block Ono Hundred
and xnirty-Tnree (liKl) in the City of North
Platte. Nebraska, and that it is necessary to sell
or mortgage tho same for tho payment of debts,
as more fully appears by the petition of said
John Hawley now on file in this court. It is
ordered that all persons interested in 6aid real
estate, to-wit: Lizzio Hawley, Emma Hawley,
First National Rink of North Platte. John Stolln
and Stewart & Sherman, appear before the Dis
trict court ot Liincoin county. .Nebraska, on
October 21st. 1889. of tho May adjourned term of
said court at 10 o'clock a. m.. to show cause whv
a Hcenso should not be granted to the said John
Hawley to sell on mortgage so much of said real
estate, to-wit: Lot Two (2) in Block One Hun
dred and Thirty-Three (133) in said City of
North Platte. Nebraska, as shall be necessary to
Day ssid dobts. A cony of tliis order shall be
personally served upon all persons interested in
said estate and shall also be published four suc
cessive weeks in tho Lincoln County Tribune.
a newspaper of general circulation published in
Lincoln county, Nebraska.
(STATE OF NEBRASKA, I
Lincoln County. Sb
I. W. C. Elder, clerk of the district court
in and for Lincoln county, Nebraska, do hereby
certifr that tho foresroine is a true transcriDt of
the order entered of record July 30th, 1889, at tho
adjourned May term of said district court upon
the application of John Hawley, executor of tho
estate of Lucy Hawley, deceased, as recorded in
my office. Journal C, Pago
In testimony whereof. I have hereunto set my
hand and the seal of said district court this 9th
day of August, 18S9.
W. C. ELDEH,
321 Clerk'of the District Court.
Ho receives in cash j
Ho has paid in admission fee on thirteen shares at $2,00 per share '
He has paid six monthly installments at (50 cents per share, amounting to j
$7.80 per month i
He has paid two quarterly installments of 23 cents per share, amounting to j
$3.23 each J
Now he pays on the last Saturday of each month a monthly installment of i
60 cents a share ! 7.fc0
Also his interest at five ner cent tier annum on S1.000. oavabie monthlv I 1 .115?:
Also Ms premium at five vcr cent Der annum on S1.000 navable '
monthly I . irtsf.
As all protective installments are returnable, total monthly payment even- i 1
tually. except such times as there mav be a ouarterlv installment ;
In four and one-half years (or 51 months) thebalaace of the unexpired i
time ot nve years, he will have paid as installments, interest and premium
Also add the remainder of ouarterlv installments, eighteen at S:i.23 each ... i
To amount invested, aside from protective install mente. which are return-
ciuicuniuj, iu mo iiuru protective installment pian nuopieu D me
The certificate of shares having matured is worth $1,300, which will pay the !
loan and leave a 6arpius ot 3W, thus eventually the borrower has had I
the use of $1,000 sinco six months after becoming a shareholder, and i
has cleared a handsome profit of i 291.00
R. F. FORREST, AGT.
J. Q. THICKER
HHiS ID R IT C3r Gr I JS T. jB
KEITH'S BLOCK, FRONT STREET, OPPOSITE PACIFIC HOTEL.
NORTH JI.A.TIse, - jNTEBISIOV.
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.
IT. J. 13 R O EKEK
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.
Beick Liyeet Stable,
1037- ID. "W.
FIRST-CLASS RIGS FURNISHED
on short notice and at reasonable rates. Horses boarded bv the week or
month. Careful and competent employes. Stable nnnnsifa fli Ja.
House on east Fifth street,
NORTH PLATTE, - NTCBRASTf a