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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1893!
The result of Tuesday's election
in Xincoln county was not satis
factory to the Tepuhlicans, but they
smilingly accept the situation and
congratulate themselves that those
efficient officials Miss Hosford,
superintendent, and Jas. M. Ray,
county judge, have been re-elected.
There is no cause to assign for the
defeat other than that the indep3n
dents, with the democratic follow
ing, were numerically stronger
that is all. The Teibuse" will not
admit that the republican candi
dates were guilty of the charges
preferred by the opposition, nor
does it believe that those charges
brought defeat. The republican
party in the county has frequently
been defeated, but it has never
failed to buckle on the armor and
battle for its principles and candi
dates in the succeeding contests.
So with this time. It will come up
undaunted next fall and fight as
manfully for success as it did dur
ing the campaign just closed.
But as to the vote: The unoffi
cial vote as reported bv the mes
sengers bringing in the returns give
pluralities as follows: Miller 32,
Burritt 147, Buchanan 158, Calvert
156, Ray 33 and Miss Hosford 58.
The vote on the candidates for
supreme judge and regents of the
university were not reported. Hill,
independent, is elected county com
missioner by quite a majority. I he
democratic candidates for county
offices received from 75 to 115 yotes.
The official canvass will probably
be made to-morrow and the official
vote published in these column?
While the republican party has
suffered defeat in the county and
state, the returns from Iowa, Ohio,
New York, Massachusetts and other
states, as published on this page,
will prove gratifying to the mem
bers of the party in Nebraska as
well as elsewhere.
IT WAS ALANDSLIDE.
lepublican Success In Every North
ern State That Held an Election.
THE TRIUMPH OF MKINLE Y.
Apeetle of Proteetfcm He-Elected Gersraer
efOUe fcy 0-ir Eighty Theoeaa
Majority How the Flguree
Xoek Xdrteat Ketmi
That Wallace vote was a paral
izer to the republican party, and if
Joe Beeler deserves the credit for it
he is certainly a heaps big man.
All candidates on the republican
ticket jiave reason to feel proud of
the vote given them in North Platte.
It is evidence that the people of the
city hold them in high esteem.
Three competent county officials
will step down and out next Janu
ary. Let us hope that their succes
sors will, in a measure, prove com
petent to transact the business of
the several offices.
It didn't lack much of being a
complete "scoop," but the pluralities
received oy juiss uostora ana J uage
Kay answer lust as well as though
the vote for those two candidates
had been unanimous.
1 HE tribune commends the re
publicans for the earnestness they
displayed m the campaign, and par
ticularly to Chairman Elder, who in
the heat of the political battle was
called to the bedside of a stricken
wife and later had an impenetrable
gloom cast over him by her sudden
Nobody on this side of the line
has thought about Canadian annex
ation in the past six or eight months
but the Canadians themselves are
discussing it with as much interest
as ever. When they decide in favor
of it it will become a live issue here
but not before.
Circulation still keeps increasing
faster than the population. While
the amount of money in the coun
try outside of the treasury was
$24.29 for each man, woman and
child of the inhabitants on the last
day .of September, it was 24.49 on
the last day of October.
The proposition to advance Ari
zona to statehood is cheeky. It had
less than 60,000 inhabitants in 1890
and from the reports of the de
pressed condition of business in that
quarter in the past six months the
population cannot be far above
60,000 now. Arizona can afford to
stay in the territorial stage a few
The trial of Prendergast, the
assassin of Mayor Harrison, will
give a crowd of morbidly curious
people an opportunity to satisfy
their cravings for criminal worship.
Prendergast's admirers may not be
so forward or enthusiastic as those
who made themselves conspicuous
on other similar occasions, but they
are no doubt to be found without
great effort. The trial should be
brought to a speedy termination, if
for no other purpose than to take
away its incentive to excite the
morbidly inclined. Bee.
Notwithstanding Chicago's con
fident announcement that the Col
umbian exposition closes the list of
world's fairs for half a century at
least, several new enterprises of this
kind are now well under way. The
California midwinter fair is" to be,
of course, only a world's fair in
miniature, but others are projected
on a scale of considerable import
ance. The Antwerp fair of next
spring will run parallel with the
Madrid exposition opening in April.
Then there will be a show at Rome,
two or three fairs in Australia in
'94 and '95, something in the way
of an international festival at Buda
Pesth in 1896, and quite a show in
Constantinople in 1897. Then it is
hinted that Paris is to eclipse all
similar efforts of the world in cele
brating the coming of a new cen
tury in 1900." If the Chicago record
is to be broken at all, this will un
doubtedly be the place and the date
for the greatest attempt the world
can make for fifty years to dwarf
the glories of the exposition of
Coixmbus, Nov. 8. In a reply to an
inquiry from General Manager Stone of
the Associated Press as to the causes
for the result in Ohio, Governor McKin
ley stated that Lawrence T. Neal, the
Democratic candidate for governor, was
recognized as much as a free trader as
he (McKinley) was an advocate of pro
tection. At the Chicago national con
vention last year that nominated Cleve
land for president, Neal was the author
of the anti tariff plank and had it m
sorted in the platform in place of the
plank reported by Cleveland s friends on
the committee on resolutions. In his
opening speech in this campaign at
Newark, O., Mr. Neal not only told the
people his campaign would be fought on
the lines of the Uiucago piattorm,
which had been incorporated into
the state. platform on which
he stood. but also clearly de
fined his position as a bold free trader,
that the two candidates were recognized
throughout the canvass as embodying
in their views this issne as it had never
before been so distinctly presented to
"The next day after Neal's speech at
Newark." said Mr. McKinley, "I ac
cepted his interpretation of the issue as
represented by us respectively and we
fought it out on that line in over 100
public meetings of each candidate that
followed, and were invariably addressed
in accordance with the challenge at
Newark, and its prompt acceptance."
Governor McKinley said the returns
would now speak more forcibly than he
was able to do and he knew of nothing
that he could add, except to say that
heretofore the campaigns had been con
ducted with complications of issues, but
that this fight was centered on protec
tion, with the leader of free trade clear
ly defined in his position, and the tariff
issue fully presented at every meeting of
all parties in the canvass.
At 11 o'clock Chairman Dick's revised
figures at the Republican state head
quarters indicate over 80,000 plurality
and three-fourths of the legislature.
Claim It Will Beach 100,000.
Columbus, Nov. 8. Up to 1 0 p. m.
no advices from county committees had
been received at Democratic state head
quarters, something never occurring be
fore. Chairman Seward had therefore
nothing to give out. At Republican
headquarters, with unofficial returns
from most of the state, they claim that
the legislature will stand 25 Republicans
to 7 Democrats and 83 Republican rep
resentatives to 24 Democrats. The Pop
ulist and Prohibition votes were reduced
as well as that of Democrats. The Mc
Kinley vote polled through the
district and county local tick
ets for Republicans as well as
their legislative candidates. The Re
publicans have carried some counties
that they never carried even during the
amalgamated vote of the war. At 3 p.
m. those taking bulletin returns at
Republican headquarters said McKin
ley's plurality would reach 100,000.
Chairman Dick, however, said he would
not claim over 85,000 until he had re
sponses from his local committeemen.
In order to confirm the inceduluous in
dications he has just telegraphed the 88
county chairmen for corrected counts of
their respective boards find he expected
to hear from all tonight when he would
ksue a bulletin on. the summary of the
Cincinnati, Nov. 8. A collection of
returns and estimates received herefrom
Ohio from all but 14 counties in the
state give McKinley a plurality 66,716.
The 14 counties last year gave a Demo
cratic plurality of 8,204. Estimating a
Republican gain of 300 in each of these
counties gives McKinley a plurality of
87,711. These pluralities have not been
equalled in many years. The vote on
governor shows a gain over Harrison's
plurality of 7,222.
Defeat of the Winter Race
New York, Nov. 8. Late returns
from the New Jersey election only servo
to increase the majorities of the antirace
track men and emphasize the defeat of
the ring which has so long dominated
the state. The opponents of the gamb
lers and the men under the lead of Bosses
Thompson and McKane have won a
great victory. The antirace trackmen
have elected seven Btate senators and
their opponents but one. Nine Demo
cratic senators hold over, and so do four
Republicans. The new state senate
stands: Republicans, 11; Democrats, 10.
In the state assembly the Republicans,
or antirace track men, have 39 and the
Democrats 21. There is a clear working
majority apainst the winter race tracks
in both branches of the legislature. The
defeat of the winter track means the re
peal of the race track gambling laws.
The victory of the reform element will
naturally tie followed by discontinu
ance of winter racing in New Jersey.
A significant feature of the voting was
its sole reference to race track legisla-
tioa. That was the one issue. In Sus
sex county every Democrat was de
feated. In Monmouth county the entire
Republican ticket appears to have been
elected Founder Bradock of Asbury
park claims a small majority.
Massachusetts has elected Greenhalge
by S0.000. Allol the state ticket won.
Pennsylvania elected a Republican
supreme judge by possibly 15,000.
AFTER THE BATTUE.
Besalt of the Klectloa Surprise Wasfcf iff.
"Washington, Nov. 8. -The result of
the election has been received with sur
prise by all political parties here. The
unexpected happened in so many in
stances that in no case were the pre
dictions of the Democrats,. Republicans
or Populists fully verified. The chief
Surprise of the Democrats is not that,
they were defeated, but that the defeat
was so general in all doubtful states and
the Republican victory bo overwhelm
ing. A grain of comfort is accorded
them in the defeat of the Populists in
Virginia and the election of O'Ferral to
the governorship, but the blows have
been so crushing in the states of New
York, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Ohio
and Iowa, that even the success in Vir
ginia is hardly paraded as a triumph.
Expressions from nearly all the promi
nent Democratic leaders at the capital
as indicated in these dispatches several
days ago, showed that the Democrats
were prepared for defeat in thoso states
where the free coinage element is
strong and the disappointment
over the passing of the repeal
bill, but it was hardly expected that in
the"souBd moMv" slates of New York
and Massachusetts the Democratic ma
jorities of the past would be so ruthless
ly mowed down, and the careful efforts
of perfect organization avail so little.
Despite this, however, all the prominent
Democratic leaders unite in ascribing
the general defeat to two causes. The
dissatisfaction of the agricultural ele
ment over the financial question and the
widespread apathy of disappointed oflce
seekers who have failed to realize the
traits of the last Democratic victory. In
the state of Ohio alone was the tariff
question a prominent theme of discus
sion, McKinley and Neal so emphatic
ally representing the directions of their
parties in this respect; but here, too,
the Democrats are routed by the same
inexorable Republican majority. In
Iowa the defeat of Boies is important,
not that it means a Republican governor
and a Republican senator next winter,
but that it practically removes Boies
from the list of western candidates for
the presidency in 1894.
JUDGE OABVS BISECTION.
Defeat ef the Democrats a Severe Blow to
Chicago, Nov. 8. The defeat of the
Democrats here and the election of
Judge Gary has been a severe blow to
Governor Alfareld. who dictated the
makeuu of the Democratic ticket and
threw his entire influence against Gary.
The defeat, it is thought, has lessened
the governor's chances for re-election
and discouraged the Democrats upon
the election of a successor to the late
Mayor Harrison. Many causes are as
signed for the victory of the Republican
ticket here. The influence of the mur
dered mayor, Carter Harrison, was still
felt and his avowed antagonism to Gov
ernor Angela, with whom no was a
crmpetitor for a seat in the United States
senate, is thought to have made votes for
Gary. The Irish-American vote, too, fig
ured largely in the election and was cast
heavily for Gary and the Republicans.
Judge Moran, who championed Gary's
cause, helped sway a large element
Then, too, German Lutherans appear to
have largely abandoned for the time
being their alliance with the Democrats
on the school issue. The strong senh
ment against the anarchists which ex
ists throughout the city was also a
factor, although the latter element did
not figure so largely as had been ex
pected by many. It is generally thought
that Gary, who although a Democrat,
was placed on the Republican ballot,
materially aided his ticket and some Dem
ocrats now claim that had he not been
nominated by the Republicans the re
sult might, after all, been a Democratic
The revision of the election returns
shows that the Republicans elected their
entire judicial ticket with the exception
of Kraft, with Judge Gary in the lead
Kraft was identified to some extent
with the socialists here.
RESULTS IN NEW YORK.
rhe Eatlre State Ticket mad Legialatare I
New Yobk, .Nov. o. Tue election in
this state was a clean and complete
iweep for the Republicans. Bartlett is
sleeted to the court of appeals probably
by over 65,000 plurality, and the rest of
the Republican state ticket by not less
than 22.000. The state senate, now
Democratic, will have a Republican ma
jority of six, the assembly of seven. In
the constitutional legislation there will
be 105 Republicans and 70 Democrats.
In the city Tammany carried through
the interstate and county ticket.
Maynard has a plurality of only 30,000,
the rest of the ticket making an average
of 60,000. The present assembly delega
tion is surely Democratic. Three Re
publicans, were elected.
Brooklyn overwhelmed the ring with
a plurality of over 27,000 for Shiren for
Mayor, and King's county . completed
the rout by electing the entire Republi can
ticket by 8,500. Gaynor defeated
Pearsall for' justice of the supreme
court. The board of Alderman is Re
publican 11 to 8. Three Republicans
and two Democratic senators were
elected. Eight of 18 assemblymen are
Republicans. McKane's district, where
the rioting occurred, gave 3,500 Demo
cratic and 105 Republican votes. The
registration was 6,200. Erie county
repudiated Leader Sheehan by a plural
ity of 5,5 00.
In Sooth Dakota.
St. Paul, Nov. 8. Scattered rep orts
from South Dakota confirm the report
of a decided Republican victory. The
Democrats at no time claimed anything
and the Independents, who last night
claimed two supreme court judges, now
make no claims except that 75 per cent
of their party vote was polled yesterday.
The voting generally was light.
Boston, Nov. 8. Returns received
up to noon indicate that Greenhalge's
plurality will be 33,353.
Topeka, Nov. 8. Notwithstanding
the adverse reports, the Populists claim
that they have carried the state and
that a full count of the votes will bear
out their ante-election predictions.
Populist Chairman Breidenthal claims
that the dispatches published this morn
ing were based on the returns from pre
cincts in the cities or near railroad sta
tions and that no definite information
has been received from rural communi
ties, where the Populist strength lies.
Congressman Jerry Simpson expresses
the greatest confidence that the Populnsts
have carried the state. He believes
they have made gains in proportion to
the vote cast of from 10 to 15 per cent
over the vote of 1892. Chairman
Breidenthal thinks the count will show
not only Populist gains over 1891, but
an increase of 50 in the number of coun
ty offices the partly will elect. The Re
publicans, on the contrary, say reports
from city and country precincts alike
show Republican gains and that they
have carried the state by a plurality
which insures the election of their state
ticket and a majority in the legislature
Ballard's Snow Liniment.
This invaluable remedy is one that
ought to be in every household. It will
cure your Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Sprains, Cuts. Bruises, Burns, Frosted
Feet and Ears, Sore Throat and Sore
Chest. If yon have Lame Back it will
cure it It penetrates to the seat of the
disease, It will cure Stiff Joints and
contracted muscles after all other reme
dies have failed. Those who have been
cripples for years have used Ballard's
Snow Linimuct and thrown away their
crutches and been able to walk as well as
ever. It will cure you. Price 50 cents.
Sold by A. F. Streitz. 1-2
Iowa Btcte liili
" -1 Ballard's Snow Liniment.
"SfrsT TV m
,.jsrs. nunuion c;amonage, ins., says:
T aad' the rheumatism so bad I conld not
5y hand to my head. Baixabd.s
JjIOTMert has entirelv cured me.
I tskV pleasure in informing my neigh
bors and friends what It has done for m.
Chael Hsndlev. clerk for Lav and Lyman.
Kewanee. II1 advises us Sxow Lisiment
id him of Rheumatism. Why not try
It? It will sorely do you good. It cures
all Isflamation. Wounds, Cuts, Sprains'
etc. For sale by A. F.Streltz.
Pes Moixcs, Nov.
third of the. state
but the Republican
every dispatch recel
or detau are not em;
will have 35T000 pi
of the Republican
40,000. The I
with 25 to 80 ma;
The result on prohil
as many Republi
a noncommittal cass;
tion. Populist aad
show gains, but fall far.
tions. The results show-th
ingmen went over to thi
Chairman Fullen of ""the
committee concedes Jaoksotfe
by 20,000. He lays the resfet
calamity cry that the hard!
all caused by the Deraeorasm adssMs
tration, and that labariasLiaieft.
chants, farmers, and profeseMl .ieii:
voted for a change. Chairing JKiss of -the.
Republican committee lijsyiw? Vs'at
Republican because it ta foyMtsetUsr
and because of the lilinrnl MsiUoa tUil
party took on the Mquor queeSea. "Tae
legislature will be RepubUdaaOat ef
24 senators to be elected" the ltepaWl
cans will have about 65. TbelPepuUet
vote in the state will hardly exceed
25.000 and the Prohibition -vote set
more than 14.000. , V '
Election returns continue tar to aleas
7 jISPWBsUp BSP
The British war of extermination
agaiilst the Matabeles, whom they
are slaughtering at every-turn, goes
Merrily on. .The expedition claims
to have killed 3,000 of these people
of Ifashonaland already, and expect
to" cefr the rest. The poor devils
fight with clubs and spears against
1 i ... . " i .l i
paenme guns tnat mow mem aown
by platoons, but they fight with
great pluck considering the hope
lessness of their cause.
Ballard's Horehound Syrup.
We guarantee this to be the hestCouph
Syrap mauufactured in the whole wide
world. This is saying n great deal, but
It is true. For Consumption, Coughs,
UOHH, sore i nroat, sore unest, rneu
ssoela, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup,
Wheouinc Cough, and all diseases of
the Throat and Lungs, we positively
guarantee Ballabd's Horehound Syrup
te be-without an equal on the ht.le faca
of the globe. In support of this state-
asent we refer to every individual who
has ever used it and to everv druggist
Lwho has ever sold it. such evidence is
.ftdisputable. For sale by A. F. Streitz
"It must not be disguised that the
repeal w t late to have any effect
on ran iraae. "it is wen to re
member that the act will do less
good than if it had been passed early
in the spring or without delay after
congress assembled." These are
the remarks of the well known
morMnfilo noronnisa iinnn f Tin rwc.
' I t.M UUVFU filly 1 t KJ
mgrainettepupucans, conEuaiag.to.ths 8aRe of the repeal bill, and thev are
uiounu-iu m uin hgvd nnnn a snnnd infprnrpffifinn
ocrats. B. F. Carrol, RepaMcaa, is
beaten for representative by lOt siajbri
ty. Sayer and Chapman, Rspeieaas,
are elected in Woodbury. The Bepabli
cans carry Webster 'county by s9, ma
jority and Decatur by a small majority.
Madison county gives 600 majerWy for
the Republican representatives.. Dr.
Gorrel of MaJison county "(fttjp,) is
elected representative by 150 .pfcrality
over the Populist candidate. Tib sur
prises of the campaign consisiesttii' the
8tnallness of the Prohibition aaiilfeya
list vote. Prohibition is this year oaly
claiming 15,000 votes for-' IjitfH
Mitchell. General Weaver sapt'ithe
Populists will have 85.000 to40.MIJvote9
in the state. The returns inflcatSslight
Populist gains, but Weaver's clsjsii are.
said to be preposterous. OthselFepai
lists estimate the vote at 28.000..
of the facts. The recovery from
toe period or financial distress may
be hastened by the stoppage of silver
purchase, but it will be necessarily
i i mi
siow ana grcauni. rne crisis lias
already spent itself. Eepeal can
now only assist in more quickly
restoring business prosperity. Bee.
NEBRASKA SHLL Tti
The Tote on Jnttioe of the 8apvasee Cvart
Is Terr Cleae.
Omaha., Nov. 8. The rssaMj'ef the
election for justice of the sui
of Nebraska is still in doubt.
indications that no definite:
ment can be made before toil
ing. Harrison, Republican
rality over Holcomb, Populist,2
as county of 4.420, This is 'llfjkBS
j m a - a - a
tnan tne rtepuoiican stavevi
committee claimed. Chaii
ter of the Republican state
mtttee still claims Harrison;
Chairman Deaver of the
central committee is still
The Indications are that
carried Adams county by
and the regents the game,
Oxaha, Nov. 8. Practiesniy fmmr
plete returns have been received frosa
Douglas county and the city of aha
on the result of the electioa. puyor
Bemis' plurality wjll reach nearly 8,00.
Olsen has a Blight majority for(,corap
troller. Berka is re-elected police jadge.
On the county ticket Bennett and EHer
were defeated. Noyes is Btate ' senator.
The nonpartisan judiciary ticket is a
Mr. W. M. Terrv, who has been
in the drug business at Elkton, Ky.,
for the past twelve vears, savs:
."Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
gives better satisfaction than ahy
other congh medicine that I have
ever sold." There is good reason
for this. No other will cure a cold
so quickly; no other is so certaiu a
preventive and cure for croup; no
other affords so much relief in cases
of whooping cough . For sale by A.
P.. Streitz and North Platte Pharmacy.
During the last year, 1892, there
were imported into the United
States and consumed S0,6 10,741
pounds of ten, or one and seven
hundreds pounds for each man,
woman and child in the whole coun
try, j During the same year, 1892,
there were imported and consumed
iathe United States 623.709,056
iiounds of coffee, or nine and fifty
four hundredths pounds for each
MB. woman and child in the entire
ountry. The average amount im
ported and consumed per year for
tfciist' five years has been 83,000,
000 pounds of ten. valued at 14,
167,411, and 518,000,000 pounds of
coffee, valued at Si 25,887,720.
GRAND SALE OF
Hood's Proves Its Merit
Severe Case of Blood Poisoning
a Perrect cure
"I will tell how raluable we have fooad
Hood's SarsaparilU. My brother Julius was
and, although we had medical attendance, he
failed to get any better. He was sick for nine
nvoi j uiuuwut auutiui watts uuauwavtM cwawf
which appeared first like water blisters, asd
when they burst, wherever the water spread a
new sore lonneo.
The Pain Was Terrible
The trouble was principally upon his legs, asd
we were afraid they would have to be ampu
tated. My grandmother urged us to try Hood's
SarsapariMa, but wo thought it was of no use. as
we had spent hundreds of dollars which had
proven useless; but father said, 'We will try a
bottle.' Soon after Juliu3 began taking Hood's
Sarsanarllla the sores all disappeared, and
short time he was perfecUy cured." Emma.
Craig, 51 Park St, 27th ward, Cleveland
Hood'8 Pills are prompt and efficient, yet
easy in action. Sold by all druggists. 25c.
THE STAB CLOTHING HOUSE isofferinp
biggest bargains in " t ;
Underwear, Hats, Caps,
and in fact everything to dress a man, boy or
child ever dlfered to the-the public of Lincoln
county and surrounding country.. : ?:
Call at once and see the low pgtcer -x
PStar- Clothing Home,'
Piles of people send 2c to the Hnller
Pron. Co., Blair, Nebr., for a sample box
of Australian Salve, and a box frequently j
euros a case of piles, r or sale by F. II.
WEBER AND V0LLI
Prompt attention given to mail orders.
There are two horses named Free
Coinage. One is from Kansas; the
other from California.
Captain Sweeney, U. B, A., San Diego,
CJal , says: "bhuoh's Catarrh ltemedy is
the first medicine I have ever found that
would do me any good." Price 50 cts.
Sol.'' by !orth Platte Pharmacy.
There is 9trong talk of establish
ing a daily republican paper
Omaha. It would 611 a long
For the man who stole a bottle of fJallar's
Barb Wire Liniment from my barn last
Friday. I can't eet along without it. For
sale by F. H. Longley.
FIEST MT1MAL BAM,
North Flatte, - Neb.
Authorized Capital, $200,000
Paid in Capital, $50,(
The millionaire capitalist J. S.
t r ts sr i i
oaverv, or ues Moines, nas made a
total assignment. It is one of the
heaviest failures reported in the
All Ills That mi
Are eoo.1 for are treated more success
fully bv Parks' Tea. Is not a cathartic;!
no griping or pain, yet moves the bowels
every dav. Sold bv North Platte Phar
A GENERAL BANKING BUSI
Sells Bills of Exchange on
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
The snprenie court of Michigan
has pronounced unconstitutional
the law passed bv the last legisla
ture granting municipal and school
ShUuh'3 Cure, the Great Cough and!
Croup Cure, is for sale by us. Pocket
size contains twenty-five doses, onlv 23c.
Children love it. Jforth Platte Pharmacy.
A. F. STREITZ,
Denver. Nov. 8. Returns frost 'tks
county elections are, with tks ebsptton
of two or three small prsrincts, re
ceived. They show Republics fsJBJ
in almost every county aad npaasc
losses. Three thousand mors votsslrsrs
polled in the state than at last ysar'c
state and presidential electioa. bJkrs
markable showing; amidst" fhs reoeftt
general depression which was svppsssd
to have driven hundreds of men from
Colorado. In Arapahoe cotutr Mm sa
tire Republican ticket, except the justice
of peace, was elected by abomt 1,090
plurality. In other counties the result
is almost similar. Equal suffrsr .aas
cariied by from 400 to 500 majority.
$100 Beward. $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn tbnt there is at least one
dreaded disease that science has been
able to cure in all Its stages, and that is
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh "Cure is tho only
positive cure known to the medical fra
ternity. Catarrh being a constitutional
disease, requires a constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, atting directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system, thereby
destroying the foundation of tho disease,
and giving tho patient strength by build
ing up the constitution by assisting nature
iu doing its work. The proprietors have
,so much faith in Its curative powers, that
they offer One Hundred Dollars for any
case it fails to cure. Send for list of tes
timonials. Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
HTSold by Druggists, 75c.
r"1 m a
Ihe worlds Columbian exposi
tion is at an end, but the memory
of us wonderful variety, beauty and
pronortions will brighten with the
Liver and Kidney Cure.
1'arKs' sure uure is the only guaran
teed remedy. Its action is quick and
positive. Will stop that backache and
sick-headache. A positive specific for all
diseases of women. Whj suiter when it
will cure you? For sale by North Platte
Drugs, Medicines. Faints, Oilsf
Window Glass, Machine0ilsL
Diamanta Spectacles. .
Potter Palmer's noble gift of twoi
hundred thousand dollars for a wo
man's memorial building on the
lake front, Chicago, if another of
Chicago s gams from the fair.
Little Lord Fauntlcroy
was a neautitui chiia but he had one
drawback, his face was covered with
pimples. His grandfather bought a bottle
of Hallers Sarsapanlla and was so pleased
at its result that he took 4 bottles himself
and cured his rheumatism For sale by
i. 11. Longley.
CORNER OF SIXTH AND SPRUCE STREETS.
J. F. HINMAN
.Mr. A. L. Armstrong, an old druggist,
and a prominent citizen of this enterpris
ing town, says: "I sell some forty, dif
ferent kinds of cough medicines, bat
have never in my experience sold so
much of any one article as I I'sre of
Ballard's HoreJiouhd Syrup. All' who
use it say it is the most perfect remedy
for Cough, Colds, Consumptloa asd all
diseases of the Throat and Lanes, they
have ever tried." It is a specific for
Croup and Whooping Cough. Jt will re
lieve a cough In one minute. Coatslas
no opiates. Sold by A. F. Streitz. 3-1
Parks' Cough Syrup cures Cosghs,!
Colds, Croup and Whopping Cough? The
standard home remedy in thousands of
families for all lung diseases, Guaran
teed by North Platte Pharmacy.
An increase of over $5,000,000 ia
he public debt during October is a
forcible reminder of the fact that
here is at least one respect in which
he present administration
More Goods Still Coming
It is impossible to let up, for we are selling them as fast as
they come. Why so? Because we sell good goods at low
.prices. "We handle only first-class goods. We are buying
of the best wholesale houses in the country. Those who
buy of us once are sure to come again.
Dress Goods Department.
Farm : Implements,
WAGONS, BUGGIES, .
Windmills, Harness, Etc,
JOS. F. FILLION,
Steam and Gas Fitting.
Lawrence L. L. Sheetins at 5 cents per yard: 30 nieces dark colored
Outing Flannel at 9 cents, regular price 12 and 15 cts; 40 pieces Canton
Flannel from to lu cents per vard; Black Satines at 12 cents, regular
price 20 cen ts: Ladies' all-wool Dress Flannels, 30 inches wide, in all INJortll 3?latte,
wool black Henrietta,
Cesspool and Sewerage a Specialty. Copper and Galvanized Irom Cor-;
nice. Tin and Iron Roofings.
Estimates furnished. , Repairing of all kinds receiye prompt attention.
Locust Street, Between Fifth and Sixth,
nresent administration M not
following republican "financial' re- collars, at 43 cents, regular price 65 cents; All
cedents. Frederick Arnold goods, 45 inches wide, at 90 ceuts per yard, regular
Dickens made himself Immortal-rhfc brice 1-25' Prints at 5 cents; Blankets, gray or white, at 75 cents a pair,
his "Pickwick" and "chops and tossato
sauce." If db fiad uvea in laese oars ae
would have said Haller'e Bare Care
Cough Syrup instead of "chops," etc.'For
sale by P. II . Longley.
Hanging 1 anatics will not have a
deterrent influence on ther lunatics,
but it appears evident frosa jPraa-
dergast's conduct before ai-isice
his crime that he is sane MMgk to
deserve too death penalty. s
worth fc25; Under Wear for children, good values, from 25 cents and up; fiWhSi SAMf JLiL KUUM IN NORTE PLATTE
Ladies' all-wool Hose at 2u cents. We still cut the prices oil our stock
of Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Gloves and Mittens,
Docking Coats, etc
Having refitted our rooms in the finest of style, the public
is invited to call and see us, insuring courteous treatment.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
In our shoe department you will find that we handle the finest in
4hercity and every pair warranted. We make a specialty of Padan Bros.
k Go's ladies' shoes, such as hand welts. Goodyear welts, hand turned,
Goodvear turned. McKay sewed, etc. Here is our , list: McKay sewed
ladies' shoes worth S3.00, our price 2.25; hand turned shoes worth 4.00,
our price 2.75; welt Bluchers worth 4.72, our price 3.25; French dongola
sewed shoes worth 2.75, our price 2.00; fine dongola ladies1 shoes worth
2.25, our price 1.50; glove grain ladies' shoes worth 1.50, our price 1.00;
children's shoes from 25 cents up; carpet slippers for ladies and gents at
27 cents a pair; ladies' felt slippers at 50 cents, worth 75 cents.
THE ZBOSarCOsT STOBE,
fr - J. PIZER, Proprietor.
-4 The only cheap store with good goods in Lincoln County.
Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.
Our billiard hall is supplied with the beat make of table
and competent attendants will supply all your wants.. .
KEITH'S BLOCK, OPPOSITE THE UNION PAQIFIC DEPOT.
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PROTECT YOUR EYES.
MB. H. HDLS0HHHG,
The well-known Eye Expert of 629 Olive St,StLois
Mo., and 30 E. 14th Street. New York, hm a.uiJ
A. F. STREITZ as agent for his celebrated Noe
Changeable Spectacles and Eye-GIassee. Te) fissMa
are the greatest invention ever made in spectacles, asd
every pair purchased are guaranteed, so that if at say
time a change is necessary (no matter new seia4eke4
fVSBJSSBQ TSlSSir "ir pair
u T u . A. P. STREITZ has a full assortment, aad iavitsa
all who wish, to satisfy themselves of the great superiority of these
ifeTo1?7 nd ."J?01 y cal1 examine these at A. P.
STRZ, Sole Agent fox North Platte, Neb. No peddlers supplied. "Ie Best
in tho World. None genuine unless stamped Non-Changeable.
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