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LINCOLN & KEITH COUNTIES
These Lands lie between the North
and South Platte Rivers, in Ranges
33 to 37 inclusive, on the line of the
Union Pacific Railway.
Prices, terms and full informa
tion can he obtained on application
at the office of
DILLON & COLLINS,
Horth Side, Locust Street.
and Fancy Groceries,
Canned Goods of all Kinds,
New Sorghum, Choice Honey Sy
rup, Michigan Cider Vinegar,
Flour and Feed.
Guarantee Bed-Rock Prices and
First-Class Goods. Call and see
and be convinced.
IET. IB. OLDS.
Martin & Nauman
j AND DEALERS TS
m m salt meats,
HAMS, BACON, SAUSAGE
Highest Price Paid for Fat Stock.
Sixth Street, between Spruce and Pine,
NORTH PLATTE, - - NEB.
J. K. SOMERS,
Florist and Gardener,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBR.
IN NEW QUARTERS
My patrons and the public will
please take notice that I have moved
into the Ottenstein building on
Spruce street, next to the Star Boot
and Shoe store, where I have more
room and better accommodations
for my immense stock.
I take this opportunity to thank
my friends for past favors and to
solicit a continuance of their pat
ronage and that of the public. My
stock of Hardware in every line is
complete and carefully selected. In
Furniture I am offering bargains.
And I shall continue to sustain my
reputation of offering the best goods
for the least money. The public
are cordially invited to call.
Again thanking you for kind
favors, I am
Land Attorney and Loan Agt.
Monev constantly on hand to close fara loans
at lowest rates siren in Western Nebraska.
All kinds of business before United States Land
Office attended to.
Room 12, 0. S. Land Office Building,
RICHARDS & Co.,
We contract on everything in the
line of building.
R. D. THOMSON,
Contactor and Builder.
127 Sixth St. Cor. of Vine,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Billiard and Pool Hall,
Can furnish all kinds of fruit and
lings-Txn-ree claims at lowest 1
prices. Also an ianas oppianis ana
flowers. Estimates and designs
J. C. HTJPFER, Pkop.,
Keeps none but the finest Whiskies-such an
ROBINSON COUNTY, TENN.
r i Mmmm
jeriven for laying out new grounds.
Yards kept by contract.
Fine Soot 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.
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
The Grand Island
Under the Management of
DBS. ALEY AND FREE,
For the treatment of all Chronic and Surgical
Diseases and Diseases of the
0. F. C. TAYLOR
WELSH AND HOMESTEAD
Also fine case goods, Brandies, Rum, Gin
Etc. St. .Louis Bottled Beer and
Milwaukee Beer on draft.
Neville Block, Sixth Street.
NORTH PLATTE. - - NEBRASKA
" GUY'S JMCE."
Sample :-: Boom,
Having refitted our rooms
throughout, the public is invited to
call and see us.
Choice :! Wines, Liquors :: and :: Cigars
Kept at the Bar.
Agent for the celebrated
IDAliHA NATURAL MINERAL MB
from Soda Springs, Idaho.
Keith's BlocV , Front Street.
N0RT1T PLATTE. - NEBRASKA
Particular attention? paid to Deformities, Dis
eases of the Kidneys, Private Diseases, Dis
eases of Women, Diseases of the Skin,
Heart, Nervous system, Lung and
Throat, Surgical Operations, Piles,
Tumors, Cancers, etc., etc.
Pleasant Rooms for Twenty
With Board and Attendance Furnished. Address
The Geand Island Sanitarium,
Grand Island, - Nebraska.
every form of
Ekin and blood
disease, from a common Pimple to the worst
case of Scrofula, can be cured by the use of
BladbUder, the new vegetable Blood Purl
fler. internally, and Cole'a CarbolUalve.
the Great Skin Remedy, externally.
Is a concentrated vegetable extract and
possesses wonderful tonic, alterative and
blood puriyin qualities. It renews and
enriches the blood and through it reaches
every part of the body, imparts life and
vigor to all its functions and strengthens
and builds up the system. It is the best
known remedy for all Scrofulous Complaints,
Erysipelas, Eczema. Boils, Tumors, Mercu
rial PotBonino and Constitutional Disorders,
Biotchee, Pimples and Eruptions of the Skin,
Rheumatism, and all diseases caused by an
impoverished or corrupted condition of the
blood. Small doses and pleasant to take.
Trice $1; Six for $5. Prepared only by J.
W. Cole & Co.. Black Biv r Falls, Wis.
New opening on Saturday, Nov. 2d.
of all glands always on hands.
Also Baled Hay.
R. P.STEBBINS, Prop.
To whom it may concern :
The commissioner appointed to
locate a road commencing at the south
bank of the South Platte River on half
mile line running north and south on sec
tion 34, township 14, range 32, thence
south one mile and three-quarters, termi
nating at half mile corner on south line
of section 3, township 13, range 32, has
reported in favor of the establishment
thereof and all objections thereto or
claims for damages must be filed in the
county clerk's office on or before noon of
the 12th day of April, 1890, or such road
will be established without reference
Parties wanting Fruit, Shade or Ornamental
Trees, 8m all Fnuta, Shrobs or Plants of any
kind for Spring planting, will save money by
forwarding their orders to
E. H; SHERMAN,
Council Blnftx Nursery,
63 Council Bluffs, Iowa.
JV.ruj ' TiK'n Cuts-fnr-.;!:
. . ii.".. ftf Man-h'-Jti.
ntis, Self Ditirur:, less of
M'tr.cr". V?M nce ycu a
STRONG. Vhari,s Man
PrlctSr 00, 6 Box s.fZCO
Speciaf Directions Mallei
wits each Bar. Address
Ballard Show Liniment Ca
Kearney loses one of her heaviest
men in the appointment of Loa Ir
vin for special treasury inspector,
stationed at San Francisco." Mr.
Irvin weighs about 300 pounds.
The city of Los Angeles doesn't
own very much of a river, hut when
that river gets on a high it is big
enough to do some $700,000 dam
ages. This is one of the Pacific
State's off years along the shore.
The following is a society item
from the Valentine Gazette:
"Standing Bear and family have
almost taken residence in the city
for the past week. Mrs. Standing
Bear is m mourning for her mother,
who was frozen during the last cold
The great majority of so-called
cough cures do little more than
impair the digestive functions and
create bile. Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral, on the contrary, while it cures
the cough, does not interfere with
the functions of either stomach or
A continual coughing is annoying to
persons sitting near you in any kind of a
gathering; besides, It is of great damage
to the throat and lungs, and is exceedingly
dangerous at this season of the year.
One-half bottle of Beggs' Cherry Cough
Syrup will relieve any ordinary cough,
and this remedy cost) no more than the
inferior grades that are thrown on the
market to sell at enormous profits. A. F.
The insurance business evidently
pays in Nebraska. Last year the
people of this state paid out $1,833,
420.79 in premiums to the insurance
companies, receiving in return fire
losses to the amount of $828,008.17.
A round million is a pretty neat
sum for expenses and profits on a
business amounting to less than two
As an advocate of Democratic
supremacy the Beatrice Democrat
says: "There will be a wide differ
ence of opinion on the prohibition
amendment when it comes to the
campaign latter this year. A great
many are unwilling to accept it as
a political issue, and many denio
crats will support it, notwithstand
ing the pledges of the party plat
form against it."
A farmer at Chanute, Kan., sold
a beef to a butcher for 2 cents a
pound, agreeing to take a quarter
of it himself. The butcher charg
ed him the regular retail rate, and
the result was that the farmer owed
him $2 on the deal. The responsi
bility for this loss is supposed to
rest either with the railroads or the
Bucklin's Arnica Sye.
The beet salve in the world for cots;" braises,
aoree, til cere, salt rhenm, fever sores, tetter,
chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cares piles or no pay re
quired. It is guaranteed to give satisfactions
sale by A. F. Streitz.
Thev are nlahiiirii to hnild a
novel bridge between Denmark and
Sweden. Not exactly a bridge
either, as it is to be below the sur
face of the water. Neither is it
to be a tunnel, for the bottom of
the strait is not favorable for that
sort of- work. A huge tube is to
be sunk in the water and supported
at intervales of 100 feet by piers
of iron and concrete. This tube
will be large enough for railway
trains to pass through. The cost
will be less' than either a bridge or
tunnel, and navigation will not be
People troubled- with constipation
should be very careful what kind of a
laxative they use, as so many medicines
are put up to sell which are absolutely
without any merit or value, and which, if
taken, will get your bowels in such a state
that you will be. compelled to keep 'on
using physic th-yrt arouricl in order to
enjoy any health. Beggs' Liver Pills will
do more to keep a family in good health
than any other Pills on 'the market, as
they are put up with the utniott care, and
are guaranteed to give satisfaction. A. F.
The suggestion contained in
Governor Larrabee's message to the
Iowa legislature that railroad offi
cials should be prevented from deal
ing in products of the country, is
right to the point if common belief
is correct. It-is- becjiming general
ly believed that railway officials
have heavy investments in Chicago
and St. Louis elevators, using their
positions with the railroads to
further their personal interests in
the grain business. It is possible
that this may not be true, but the
present situation squints that way.
A Safe Investment,
1b one which is guaranteed to bring yon satis
factory results, or in case of failure a return of
nrch 6e price. On this, safa plan yon can buy
from our advertised druggist a bottle of Dr.,
King's New Discovery for Consumption. It is
guaranteed to bring relief in every case, when
used for any affection of the throat, lungs or
chest, such as consumption, inflammation of the
lungs, bronchitis, asthma, whooping cough,
croup, etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to taste,
perfectly safe and can always be depend
upon. Trial bottles free at A. F. Streitz's drug
' 1 ,1
rwraHflFwfeather was plucked
from the noble brow of Professor
John L.'Sullivan of Boston when
mere amateur San Francisco boxer
knocked Jack Eilrain all around
the stage and took the gate money
Mr. Sullivan will now have to fight
Mr. Corbett, the San Francisco
rrr t tm m
w oman wno suiter trom nervous
and physical debility find great
help in the use of Aver's Sarsa-
parilla. It produces the rapid effect
of a stimulant, without reaction
the result being a permanent in
crease of strength and vigor, both
of mind and body.
Before the war Yale was the
favorite Northern colledge of the
Southerners; but not until 1885
was there a noticeable return of
patronage from that section. At
present there are more than 100
students at Yale from the South.
A Yale Southern Club is now orga
nizing at the university. Its pur
pose is to foster good feeling.
The Central Shoe Blacking Insti
tute has opened its doors in Berlin.
It undertakes to clean boots and
shoes for its client as often as re
quired between 6 a. ni. and 9 p. m.
for monthly payments at the rate
of 50 cents" a month for men and
35 cents for women. Half rates
are given when several members of
one family subscribe.
Ballard's Horehoand Syrup has been n marvel
ous success from its inception. There is no
couch it will not relieve. It is imaranteed to re
lieve aU throat and lung ailments and for croup
sore throat, whooping cough, and all coughs its
action is very emarkable. Ask f orJBALLARD'8
HOREHNUND SYRUP and take no other kind,
and you will not be disappointed. A. F. Streitz,
The new year starts out well for
the railroad companies. The track
age has been extended but a trifle
over 2 per cent since last year.
while the increase in the gross earn
ings of January, loyo, shows an
increase of 13.9 per cent over the
receipts for the corresponding
period last year. The business of
the country cannot fail to be in a
fairly prosperous condition when
the transportation companies are
doing so well.
Philadelnhia Times: A little
boy who lives in Philadelphia recently-
went with his parents to
visit some relatives at Cape May.
They had occasion to go by water,
and while on the way his parents
noticed that he kept looking search
ingly down into the sea. At one
point on the route a large gutter
was iorraea in the sea, disclosing
the white belly of a great fish.
Thereupon the little fellow gave
utterance to a long continued "Oh!"
This brought his parents to his side
at once, and when asked what the
matter was: his answer was: "I'm
quite sure I just saw poor McGjintv
down there in his new white shirt! '
A new fountain pen especially
adapted to the needs of the sharper
has been invented. Having select
ed his victim and' made all prelimi
nary arrangements, Mr. Sharper
writes out a very innocent looking
agreement with an ink that fades
readily. Then by a simple and
imperceptible motion he turns on
another kind of writing fluid and
hands it to the victim and gets his
signatnre in permanent ink. When
the argeement fades out a promis
sory note is written in find the job
is done. For a time this pen will
have as much work to do in the
city as in the country.
It does soem singular that so many
people will let their skin become yellow,
dark and creasy, (finally resulting in
es and skin eruptions, as well as a
this ca Trcrrvfedx tIa-rrr?iftf5t-' ex tieh
Two bottles of Beggs' Blood Purifier and
Blood Maker will renew and purify the
blood throughout the whole system, leav
mg the skin clear and free from all erup
tions. A. F. Streitz Druggist.
The Mayor of St. Louis has been
appealed to by a number of maids
to interfere in their behalf to pre
vent the widows from snapping up
all -the marriageable fyoung men of
the city. It s a sad commentary on
the marriageable men of St. Louis
that they should prefer widows to
maids, but St. Louis always has
been behind the times and lacking
The Georgia melon growers have
encountered a new trouble. Last
season many farmers left the small
melons to rot in the fields after the
salable melons had been gathered.
The millions of seeds left upon the
ground attracted thousands of rats.
The rats seem to have camped down
and now it is said that the fields are
honeycombed by their holes.
Life and health can be sustained
indefinitely on a diet of lean meat
and water, according to Professor
J. W. Good of the Manitoba medi
cal college. The servants of the
Hudson Bav company in the
Athabasca district and in the Mac
kenize river region depend entirely
on the natural food supply of the
country, some living on meat alone
and some solely on fish. Great
bodily and mantal vigor has been
retained on such a diet for periods
of twenty or thirty years, with
singular, freedom from indisposi
tion of every kind. Scurvy has
appeared only where salt meat has
been provided for winter use.
It is estimated at the War De
partment that if any foreign power
should tackle this country of ours
it could be confronted bv the
enormous total of 7,900,000 "fight
ing men. Of course it would take
some little time to put that host
into the field; but to rush the
militia of Uncle Sam's potential
army to any threatened spot would
be a matter of but a few days. Of
this organized and equipped home
guard there are 109,469 men to
day at work in the numerous avo
cations of peace, to-morrow moving
by special trains to the defense of
sea-coast or border.
Shiloh's Vitalizer is what you need for coast i
nntinn. Inoa nf nnrmtita. dizziness nml nil Rmr
toms of dyspepsia. Price 10 and 75 cts. per bottle
Bold by J. y. Thacker,
New York Tribune: Genera
Clinton B. Fish a Sunday or two
ago was discussing one of the In
ternational Series of Sunday-schoo
lessons at a prominent uptown
Methodice ' Sunday-school. The
lesson was in Luke, and the General
gave a sketch of the life of Luke.
Me then questioned the school on
the lesson. Among other questions
was this: "Luke was one of the four
what?" It was supposed there
would" be a sharp yolley of replies:
"One of the four evangelists." But
no response came trom a single
scholar, when a little "bud or pro
mise held up her hand mdicatin
that she could answer. lell us,
then," said the General. "One of
the Four Hundred" said the little
chick. There was no more solem
nity in that school during that
We desire to say to our citizens that for years
we have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Dr. King's New Lifo Pills.
Bncklen's Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters and
have never handled remedies that sell as well, or
that have (riven such universal satisfaction. Wo
do not hesitate to guarantee them every time.
ana we stand ready to refund the Durcnase Dnce
if satisfactory results do not follow their nsa
Theso remedies have won their great popnlant
purely on tneir merits. A. r. otreitz, druggist.
It now appears that the outrages
committee in the political prison at
Kara, in Eastern Siberia, were even
blacker than at first painted. Ci
pher dispatches have been received
by Russian refugees in London
from exiles in Siberia which relates
the outlines of the story and gives
details which make Russia's treat
ment of her prisoners stand out the
most infamous of the cruelties of
The letters state that Mme.
Sigida did not commit suicide, as
was at first reported, but died from
the effects of the flogging she re
ceived in November last. The
unfortunate woman was lashed
until she lost consciousness. She
never recovered from the terrible
beating she received, dying two
days latter. Three of Mme.
Sigida's fellow prisoners, Marie
Kaluznaya, Marva Paoloona Ka
ralefskaya and Nadezhda Smirnit
skaya, unable to bear their cruel
treatment any longer, and probably
dreading the same end that befell
Sagida, took "poison, which they
had concealed ftr just such an
emergency, and ended their lives.
Sleepless nights made miserable by that terri
ble cough. Shiloh's enre is the Remedy for you.
For sale by J. Q. Thacker.
Cattarrh cured, health and tweet breath secur
ed, by Shiloh's Cattarrh Rerrfedy. Price 50 cents,
Nasal Injector free. For sde by J, Q, Thacker.
That hacking cough can bil quickly cured by
Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee It. J. Q. Thacker.
Croup, whooping cough anrf bronchitis imme
diately relieved by Shiloh's Cire. At Thacker's
de or chW, Q'e Shiloh's
25 cet Sold by Thacfcer.
The Omaha Bee furnishes the
following scaly story, which, if
credited, will result in a glutted fish
market and a frenzied people: It
says: "Iowa furnishes the biggest
fish story of the season. The fish
in question, a wall-eyed pike, must
have traveled through the famous
Conemaugh river in Pensylvania
into the Allegheny, down the latter
into the Ohio, down the Ohio into
the Mississippi and up the Father
of Waters into the Iowa river,
where it was caught two weeks ago
to-morrow, by four Iowa men, who
l t n in
tne story tney ten is a true one.
John Webster, a man named
Gaines, and two brothers named
Buchanan, residents of Eldora, la.,
went fishing near Hardin City in
the Iowa. Cutting a hole in the
ice, they speared a pike, and bring
ing it to the surface, noticed that
it seemed distented. When opened
a pocketbook was found inside, con
taining $65 in gold, $15 in silver,
$75 in greenbacks, 810,000 in
bonds and a certificate of deposit on
a bank in Johnstown, Pa. A piece
of paper in the pocketbook had a
written statement to the effect that
the book and contents were the pro
perty of John Jones, of Johnstown,
Otten's Boot & Shoe Store
We have added to our stock - , 1
E. r. Khlilb LADlhb HNfc bttVKi.
Also handle the REYNOLDS BROS. LADIES'
SHOES and Burt & Mears Men's Shoes.
We are exclusive agents for the
Red School House Children's Shoes,
The Best Shoes Made for Boys and Girls.
We have the largest stock of Boots and Shoes west of Omaha. All
.goods-warranted as represented. We keep no inferior, shoddy goods.
If you want to buy good goods cheap call at
Otten's Boot and Shoe Store, North Platte, Nebraska.
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
Watch Repairing1 and Engraving.
Carlson Block, Spruce Street.
HERSHEY & CO.,
"Tsugon-s, Ca,rrla,gfes, ZBiigrgles,
ttOJJD CARTS, ETC.
Agents for the Celebrated
Goodhue and Challenge Wind Miiis.
Agents for Union Sewing Maob&i
North letter- - N
Ballard's Snow Liniment.
This wonderful remedy is Buamntepd to care
Neuralgia. It is n positive care. It will cure
ltheaaiatism no mntter of how long standing. It
will cure the dull aching pain in the small of the
back. It will cure all sprains and braises. It
will instantly take out the fire from a scald or
burn, and stop all pain. It is tho most pene
trating liniment in tne world, it is good for all
inflnraution. It is guaranteed to do all claimed
lor it or money refunded. A. if . Streity, Agent.
THE BLOOD IS THE L.IFE.
No portion of the human organism
has, within tho past few years, been
submitted to more thorough and intelli
gent examination, by medical scientists,
than the blood. The result of these in
vestigations has been to clearly demon
strate that the general health is more
dependent upon the condition of the
blood than upon any other thing.
In making a diagnosis, some modern
practitioners are not satisfied with
merely determining the temperature
of the blood: they test it by means of
the microscope and other appliances, to
ascertainrif any foreign bodies have.in
troduced themselves among its minute
corpuscles. Thus, for example, it has
been found that in persons affected
with gout, uric acid may always bo de
tected in the blood ; while the cause of
other disorders has been traced to tho
presence of germs, or microbes.
These discoveries have thrown a flood
of light on the causes of disease; and
physicians now, in the treatment of
many complaints, go directly to the root
of the evil by endeavoring to purify tho
blood of its contaminating poisons. For
this purpose nothing else has been found
so efficacious as the iodide of potassium.
But the best effects of this drug can
only be obtained when it is used in
combination with other things, such as
sarsaparilla, podophyllum, or yellow
dock; and Ayer's Compound Extract of
Sarsaparilla, being considered the most
skilful union of these ingredients known
to pharmacy, is therefore most highly
recommended by physicians.
Even if the iodides were not present,
the Honduras sarsaparilla alone, of
which Ayer's medicine is the extract,
would be sufficiently effective, in the
majority of cases, to produce the most
desirable results. But, "to make assur
ance doubly sure," and to greatly facili
tate the purifying process, the iodide of
potassium lends its powerful alterative
and detergent properties to the rest.
The distinctive value of Ayer's Sarsa
parilla is that, while it is quite as potent
for most purposes as the iodide alone, it
is safer in non-professional hands ; for,
by simply following the directions on
the wrapper, the patient becomes his
own physician. Hence this medicine
has long been recognized by leading
physicians and druggists everywhere ar
the standard popular blood-purifier.
LARGE STOCK OP 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.
Brick Livery Stable,
IS-cuia. To3T ID. "W. Besacs,
FIRST-CLASS RIGS FURNISHED
on short notice and at reasonable rates. Horses boarded bv the week or
month. Careful and competent employes. Stable opposite the Hawley
House on east Fifth street,
NORTH PLATTK. - "NRB.RA.8KA
Something fTew for jadies
The Most Elegant Shoe Ever Made.
Manufacturers of MEN'S
XjIBBIT & CO.,
AND WOMEN'S FINE SHOES.
We are preparedto supply a long-felt want, and for this shoe we
elaim it is the most SATISFACTORY, STYLISH AND ONLY PER
FECT FITTING SHOE MADE. It fits on the foot like a glove on
the hand. It is not cumbersome like the button shoe that has four or
five thicknesses of leather over the instep, but th-n shoe has but one
thickness and presents a seamless, glove-fitting front, comfortable to the
foot and pleasing to the eye.
This shoe differs materiallv from the "old side lace." That had from
18 to 24 eyelets, double cord, and pulled on sideways, while this shoe has
but eight eyelets, pulls on straight and is held in place by a low gore,
inserted on each side of the shoe, which is covered and protected by the
top, and is adjusted to the ankle by lacing on the inside, giving to the
foot a very slim and small appearing iorm. l nis snoe cannoi oreuicm
the back, and neither are you inconvenienced by constantly re-sewing
buttons or repairing button holes. This shoe is being placed in all good
f owns, and its success and popularity are assured. We feel confident if
you will try a pair of these shoes you will not be satisfied with any others.
Would be pleased to have vou call and make a personal inspection
of this shoe and think it will interest you.
C. C. NOBLE, - - NORTH PLATTE.
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