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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1894.
Worthy of Consideration.
A movement in favor of an early
republican state convention and the
nomination by this convention of a
republican candidate for United
States senator was inaugurated at
the meeting of the congressional
committee at Kearney on the 13th
inst., by the adoption of the follow
"Resolved by the members of the
republican congressional committee
of the Sixth district of Nebraska
that it is the sense of said commit
tee that there should be an early
state convention, that the call for
said state convention should in
clude the nomination of a candidate
for United States senator, and that
the coming campaign should be
largely conducted on national
It is to be hoped that this move
ment will gather strength sufficient
to justify the state central commit
tee in mating the call for the state
convention in accordance with the
suggestion of the resolution.
A popular nomination of a candi
date for United States senator, who
would be acceptable .to the masses
of the people and capable of mak
ing a spirited campaign would add
i l ii a li. i
strengun to me party m tue legis
lative and congressional districts.
It would unite and strengthen
the party, wipe out all factional
differences, and insure a campaign
of education on national issues. It
would attract attention trorn the
party all over the country and in
sure aid to us from national com
mittees, both financial and in the
way of speakers of national repute.
It would do away with the possibil
ity of a factional fight in the legis
lature, with the usual charges of
boodlerism and trading and leave
the legislature to attend to the
legitimate duties of legislation. It
would insure the selection of a
United States senator who will be a
republican and who will serve the
people. Unless this is done there is
great danger that a majority of the
coming legislature will be anti-republican
and that Nebraska will be
misrepresented in the next con
gress by two populists or fusion
senators. We would like to hear
from our brethren of the republi
can press on this subject.
During the debates in congress
on pension matters the southern
members have made a great roar
about the south having to pay so
much of the pensions to the old
soldiers for preserving the union
they tried to destroy. A few days
ago, while the house was discussing
this question, Hepburn of Iowa, de
clared that the late Confederate
States contributed "not one dollar to
the payment os pensions. Of the
$150,000,000 internal revenue taxes
the south paid less than 9,000,000;
of the $177,000,000 custom receipts
the south paid but $4,000,000; of the
miscellaneous receipts less than
$2,000,000. "So that," said he,
addressing the Southern members
"you contribute less than $15,000,000
to the revenues of the eovernment.
How do you get that back? Nine
millions returns as sugar bountv,
$5,000,000 in pensions, and $5,000",
000 as a deficit in postal receipts.
You therefore receive back $3,000,
000 more than you contribute. You
contribute not a cent to northern
pensions. What difference does it
make to you what we do with our
own monoy?" The first proof of
hostility to pensioners by the ad
ministration Mr. Hepburn found in
the fact that Grover Cleveland was
president; second, that Hoke Smith
was secretary of the Interior. When
Hoke Smith went into office, he
continued, 567,000 applications were
pending. The applicants were dying
at 17,000 a year. Instead of adjud
icating these cases the department j
went back and suspended 12.000
pensioners whose cases were in law
res adjudicata. How did this re
cord compare with that of his pred
ecessor, who in the previous six
months allowed 110.000 claims? He
denied that there were any great
number of fraudulent pensioners.
With a defection of 152,812
from the Cleveland vote of 1892 the
democrats of Pennsylvania are not
enthusiastic about the Gubernatorial
campaign. The Philadelphia Times
admits that it is a situation calling
for "extraordinary ingenuity in the
unraveling." The Times is, how
ever, only a mugwump recruit to
the democracy and is more hopeful
than the straigh tout democrats, who
are ready to concede that the situa
tion cannot be unraveled.
There is talk among tne pops
of nominating J. H. Edmisten, of
Lexington, for congress. He is a
fit representative, says the Cozad
Tribune, of the gang of political
looters now in control of the party
m this district, and his nomination
would be a recognition of merit as
viewed from a populist standpoint.
The Knights of Labor of Mon
treal have presented a petition to
Parliament askinsr that the future
of Canada be submitted to popular
vote on the following propositions:
"The maintenance of our present
colonial status; imperial federation;
Canadian independence; political
union with United States."
That the alliance is rapidly go
ing to pieces in Kansas is evident by
the 90,000 members who are delin
quent in their dues. The organi
zation in this state is in a similar
condition. It is dying from an
overdose of politics.
Lord Roseblrby .is still loyal to
home rule. The Irish members of
Parliament will be able to lay away
their shillalahs for further seasoning.
Here is an extract from a letter
written by a citizen of Oregon to a
friend in Nebraska: "The demo
cratic party is raising sheol with the
whole country. One half the sheep
men in the west are bankrupt and
are only hanging on to see if the
new tariff bill in -its present form
becomes a law, in which event the
flocks will be fattened and sold to
the butchers. With low price for
mutton and no price for wool the
sheep men cannot pay expenses.
We live twenty miles from the
Dalles, Oregon, which is the wool
emporium of the north coast, and I
am told by a reliable party there are
hundreds of tons of wool stored
there which cannot be sold at any
price. Nearly every branch of bus
iness is flat. Some are praying for
better prices, but I think, the time
and place to pray with be?t effect is
at the ballot box. We hope to see
McKinley the next president. God
speed the day."
The projectors of tne Gulf and
lnter-state road, to be built from
the gulf to the north line of the
United States, are full of hope. The
money for the first 100 miles from
Galveston, they say, is secured, four
engineer corps are in the field, and
after the completion of the first
fifty miles, the business men of Gal
veston will pay a bonus of $600,
000, and the owners of a tract of
land on Point Bolivar will deed the
company a half interest therein,
which is expected to realize $2,000,
000 for the company by sale of
It requires time for the Ameri
can manufacturer to adapt his goods
to the demands of a new market.
Great Britain has, to a great extent,
controlled the trade of the countries
with which our reciprocit' treaties
have been negotiated, and those
people are more familiar with Brit
ish than American goods. . Give the
American manufacturer a chance to
learn what is wanted, and under a
fair system of mutual interchange
of products no one need fear the
results. Chicago Kecord.
The secretaries of the state board
of transportation have decided that
the railroads must comply with the
transfer switch law, passed at the
last session of the legislature, pro
viding for transfer switches at points
touched by two or more lines of,
road, thus enabling shippers to
change from one line to another
without unloading. The railroads
will likely appeal to the courts, as
they protest against putting in the"
switches required by the law.
Colonel Breckinridge's last mar
riage certificate has at last turned
up. It creates another sensation,
as it proves that he was married to
Mrs. Wing several months before
he broke off his engagement with
Miss Pollard and said that he was
engaged to the Widow Wing. The
Colonel seems to be the completest
all around rascal of the period.
Ken tuck' is doubtless proud of
Mrs. Colonel Lease has but re
cently learned that she is an heiress
although the death of a relative
in Ireland nineteen years ago made
her a wealthy woman. Marv Eliz
abeth will take atrip to the Eoitr-
ald Isle, round up her fortune and
return to America, and then the
populist camp will know her no
more. She can't be a capitalist or
a bonded bloatholder and at the
same time touch elbows with the
pops. Wallace Star.
John Y. McKane was not only a
great political boss in Gravesend,
but he also had the Tarn many
methods in disposing of public
revenues. An investigation shows
that Mr. McKane s three justices of
the peace and three constables last
year drew $64,198.50 for acting as
his tools m taking care or his friends
and punishing his enemies.
Times have changed. The
Shanghai rooster was once blessed
as the sentinel that called man to
his labors when day began. The
other dav he was arrested in Now
York for disturbing the peace of
the neighborhood by crowing before
the people were out of bed. The
people or iew lork have a poor
appreciation ot the shanghai rooster
ana ms mission.
Surveyor Walker, of Ogalalla,
stated to the writer Tuesday that
work on the Oshkosh ditch will
open up in full blast in a short
time. The survey .is. being rapidly
advanced, and when completed the
.North lJlatte valley will witness
one of the greatest scenes of activi-
ty, bustle and immigration e7er
chronicled m the wast. Big
Mrs. J. W. Noble, wife of the
ex-secretary of the interior, died
suddenly of heart disease in St.
Louis on Sunday last. The lady
was held in high esteem by a large
circle of acquaintances. She was
the daughter or an eastern clergy
man aud formerly lived in Keokuk,
The Gothenburg Water Power
and Investment Compan)' has gone
into the hands of a receiver, S. K.
Wolmbold having been appointed
to that position by Judge Holcomb.
The Bland bill passed the senate
by thirteen majority. This is an
unlucky number, and those who are
inclined to be superstitious see a
presidential veto looming up in the
W. M. Holtry was rustling in the
Birdwood country Wednesday. .
Ben Franyen has been on the
sick list this week.
Alex Neilson shipped a car of
cattle to Omaha Monday.
Jas. Ditto has been plastering
Hostetter's new dwelling the past
S; C. Needham has purchased a
five acre lot in the northeast part
A family by the name of Smith
from the south part of the county,
has moved on the Moon farm late
ly vacated by Chambliss.
Agent Carpenter is taking a
much deserved vacation this week.
Mrs. G. C. White Sundayed at
the county seat.
Emil Dringman has retired from
the grocery business and is now
learning to ride the frisky bicycle.
Bluford Chambliss started east in
a white covered wagon Wednesday
last. Walnut, Iowa, being his objec
Ed Stows1- little child has been
quite sick the past week.
W. M. Holtry shipped a car of
hogs to Omaha Monday.
John Doll has been bpantifvincr
the Sutherland House with a "coat
of paint. The sand man followed
him with a fair supply of that ar
ticle and now John" thinks they
will go into partnership and paint
railroad depots and other loafing
places where the penknife is in con
C. F. Iddings was on our streets
C. K. Rhodes had the misfortune
to drop a bar of iron on his foot,
and this week he is on the retired
James Martin and wife of Keith
county were trading in Sutherland
S nday. Oome again and you will
be used the best.
Mrs. M. T. Allum, of Crete, was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Holtry
part of last week.
Francis Bobbitt and family came
in Friday from Marble Rock, Iowa,
where they had been spending the
Henry Coker was a county seat
Report has it that Miss Cora
Hoover will attend a business col
lege in Grand Island the coming
Messrs. Brogan, Evans and Mc
Faddeu, of Clear creek were in town
with hogs Saturday.
Report has it that W. W.Yates
will retire from the restaurant bus
iness, and that a party from the
country will open up an eating
house in the west part of town.
Miss Emma Hawley was a North
Platte visitor the latter part of the
Cmrrie Orenm MHm-'
Save the Children
By Purifying Thlf Stood
nooa-s arsapariila i Mt. urt
Hood, Curs eroAtfa.ma, ,
"My experience with Hood's StmptrUfe lt
been very effective. My little girl, ire yew
old, had for four years a bad stda dtatae. Hei
arms and limbs would break eC ,U & bmh ot
sores, discharging yellow matter: She wohW
scratch the eruptions as ' though R-- aTe reHat
and tear opea the sores.
Two Bottles of HooiTs
Sarsaparilla 'caused the eruptions to heal and
and the scabs pealed off, after which the skin
became soft and smooth. As a family bmhUcIb
we beltere Sood's'Sarsaparina has no equal aaa
J recommend It" W.L.Kixa,Bl Dale, Tex.
Hood's Pills are the best fsifly eatkartte.
Kiue aaa effective. Try bos. i
Gov. McKinley, wheu ssk'ed the
other day what the usefulness of
the changes in the Wilson tariff
bill were, said. "They strike me as
an aggravation. They are too in
consequential. The committee k as
done fairly well by sugar, The
process is expensive, however,.. ,It
provides a revenue, but directlyNut
of the pockets of the consumers.
The bounty plan affords tne, M)W
protection and at a far lew 'cost.
mt.:. i mm-
jl ins is cerrainiy rrue. me sugar.
bounty costs us about nine million
dollars, while the proposed 'SUfar
duty will co.st us over thirty-fire
million dollars, all to be paid out of
our people's pockets. That is dem
ocratic retrenchment. -tf
Ballard's Snow Liniment.
This Liniment is ditfereut in comnnsi
tion f rotn any other liniment ou the mar
ket. It is a sciontifi" discovery which
results in it being the most penetrating
Liniment ever known. There are numer
ous winte imitations, which ma' be
recommended because they pay the seller
a greater profit. Beware of these and
demand BalUmTs Snow Liniment. It
positively cures Itheumatism. Neuralgia,
Sprains.'Jiruises, Wounds, Cuts, Sciatic
and Inflammatory Rheumatism, Burns:
Scalds, Sore Feet. Contracted Muscles
Stjff Joints, Old Sore.s,' Pain, in Back
mro wire Jats, Sore Chest or Throat
and is especially beneficial in 'Paralysis
Sold y A. P. Streitr. '' " 9.o
Somerset Snap Shots.
J. H. Ruowles, Steve Kendall
and H. C. Ford were North Platte
visitors last week.
Miss Anna Tuell left recently to
make her home in Jackson county,
Miss Delia Penroud came
home from Mavwood Sunday.
Mrs. Chas. Lock, of Oregon City,
Oregon, is visiting her father, A.
Miss Jessie Tuell has returned to
her old place with James Barton,
of .bar nam.
G. W. Miller and family visited
with A. Morford'a family Sunday.
Mrs. Clara Hobbie, of Holyokp,
spent a few days at her father's hist
We have just been informed that
John -Kendall died very suddenly
Sunday night, after a few days' ill
ness, lhis is sad news to Ins many
mends, as ne was a model young
man and will lie greatly missed from
the community. The sympathy of
many friends is extended to his
mother, brother and sister in the
hour of bereavement. O. I. C.
Wallace Star Items.
James Cooper and A. J. Hysel,
living about fifteen miles southeast,
came up Tuesday after the former's
elevator, which is to be used to
lift water into a reservoir for irri
gating purposes. The device will
elevate 1,100 gallons per minute.
P. E. Sullivan let out 300 bushels
of fall wheat last week in 15-bushel
lots to farmers with families who
would agree to convert it into flour
and return the same amount in the
fall provided thev were able to do
so. lnus twenty families are sun-
plied with breadstuff for the season
and Pat is the only party to the
deal who can lose.
A. T. Womacks. living sixteen
miics southwest, sustained a severe
loss by fire during the heavy gale
last Saturday, three head of horses,
barn, poultry bouse and farm ma
chinery lieing destroyed. He car
ried $1,000 in the Farmers and
Merchants,but A H. Williamsjocal
agent for the comr.any, believes the
policy had become void. jSparks
from the chimnev started the blaze.
Thayworkingmen of Philadelphia
are planning to ro to Washington
on special trains to make a demon
stration before congress against pro
posed legislation hostile to their in
terests. Thev might as well stay
at home. The present congress
cares nothing for the man iu over
alls unless he happens to be work
ing on the other side of the ocean.
The "army" that, is to start from
Los Angeles. Cal., for Washington
to represent themsclres as the un
employed will have a long march
in case its application for transport
ation and rations is not. looked upon
with favor by Secretary Lamnnt.
Probably it will conclude to tarry a
while. The walking is getting
good, but the way is long. Hut if.
'General Fry" should in some way
succeed in getting three millions pi
the unemployed to Washington 'in
the course of the spring," th:t rne
tropolis would assume a' busy "a1r
even if the three millions did'n'Vjjo.
any work. There are rey qner
people scattered here and there oifeV
the country. Ex.
- : -i is- ?KJ!1 1. '
A good deal of fun v is" "ni8p?tf i
farmers because they-leave "inem
agricultural implements oufcvKi-'Hfc
rain to rot. But, the Atcbisnn
Globe says, a town man m , jqsVgas
oaa. j&very spring we see town
men carrying new hoes and-, rakes.
the ones they bought tbe-spriajc
belore having been lost. A hoe
ougnc to last a good many years,
but a town man buys one erery
spring to make a little garden for
the chickens to play in. And 'a
town man never has an .axe; lie
buys a new one everv time.he wants
to split, anything. A town, man
buys thousands of hatchets and
hammers, and never has one. We
are all shiftless.
Relief Day March 24th.
Per M to the Needy.
How You Can Assist Them.
As a great number of our people the past six months have felt very
much the hard times that exist, and believing that there are a grea
many in our city and in the surrounding country that are justly entitled
to aid. from all who are able to help, we have decided upon a plan by
which you all can help and not be any the loser. We propose to set
anart for relief dav March 24tli. On that day we have decided to give
ten per cent of the cash sales. to the Ladies' Aid Bureau for distribution
among the poor and needy that are justly entitled to receive aid. Please
remember that prices in all departments will remain the same, that our
stock is large and new, every department is full, and all goods are guar
anteed to give satisfaction. Bring your neighbors with you on tlia
day, if they have not been trading with us. Send word to all your
nil dpsprvfi thanks for heloinir swell the sales on
that day and by thus doing will be instrumental in helping a great many
that deserve help. Do all in your power to make that day's sales for us
larnr tli 1nrorr 1if snipe flip mnrp wl have to frive to the OOOr. We
give this sale because we deem it right and just, and as an appreciation
of the past patronage that we have received from the people of North
Platte and vicinity. We thank you one and all kindly for the same and
hope that you may still continue with us. as our past year's dealings
have been very pleasant to us. Do not forget the date of the sale.
The Cash Hardware Merchant, sells the cele
brated Acorn Stove, the acknowledged king.
Also handles the DANGLER GASOLINE
STOVE, the most durable, convenient and
economical stove made. Come in and see it.
in bulk, warranted fresh. If you need any ar- i
tide in our line come us and we will save you t
money. A. Jb. UAVlo.
The years of material growth
and prosperity of the United States
during the era of republican asceTi-
dancy, from IbGl to 1802. hate
never been equaled in the history
or nie worm, reopie front all na
tions have been flocking- to tbis
highly favored country, attracted
by its free and liberal institutions
and unexampled prosperity. ''The
years of democratic rule have beta
years of ruin and "of obstruction,!
1 11. -It i'l t. i, -lt-'.
nun uic result aiiainen iat rue presi
dential election of 1802 was catisrtl
by twenty-five years of falsehood's
in campaigning and of uufair and
The ambitious statement of Louis-
lana win be in clover when the
legislature meets iu April to elpct
three United States senators. One
will be elected to fill out the unex
pired term of .fustice White, one
for the new term beginning March
4, 1895, and. one to succeed Senator
Gibson in 1897. Such a senatorial
crop does not often fall in one state.
but Louisiana sugar 1ms the best
place on thj boards this vear.
Parks' Sure Cure is a positive SDecific
for women who are all "run down" nnd
at certain times are troubled bv back.
aches, headaches, etc. Sold by North
State ov Onio, City of Toledo,
IjCCAS L'OCXTY. I
Frank J. Cheney ni:ik9 nath ihntTit.
is the senior pariner of the firm of R.J.
iiexey cc vo, doing t.usinws in th
City of Toledo, county and stat afurc.
said, and that s;iid firm will nay the sum
of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS Hf.r
I'ncn smu pvery cao f cat.irrhiMhnt cirn-
nni oe cured by Ui use of IjAj.TfltG.
tahrh Cure. FRANK. 7. CHENEY
Sworn to before mo and s'ibscribed'ia
mr presence this 6th d:iv of iDeceabrr
(-) A.D. 188G.
i SEAL, f. A. W, GLICABOS,
( ' ) Notary Public,.!
and nets directly on thd blooe and rfficbus'
surfaces of the system. Send for, testi
FRANK J. CHENEY & CO, Toleio; O.
soia uy uruggists, loe.4 '!
Pure Crystal Ice.
... I anriprepared th's season, as usual, to furnish the people of North
Platte "wif.h a first-class quality o ice cut from my lake and frozen from
pure well water. This ice is far superior to river ice. All orders will be
promptly filled. WM. ED'lS-
Paris has keen startled by the
explosion of another bomb, this
time in the church of La Madeleine.
All the consolation to be derived
from the incident is the fact that
the anarchist who exploded the
bomb was blown to fragments.
This is mighty poor comfort, but it
It must be a good ar;i;le that will
induce a man to go forty miip? to
get it. Mr.E. R. Swetnam. of Fair
fax Station, Va., s.'13's: a party came
forty miles to hi store for Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy and bought a
dozen bottles. ''The Remedy is a
great favorite in this vicinity," he
says, and has performed some won
This one year of democracy has
tfiven the quietus to the movement
to extend the presidential term to
six years. The chauces that we
mav some time get another Cleve
land lead ir.ost people to prefer
shorter rather than longer terms.
I want you to understand, .Inhn Henry,
that you ain't to drink that Haller'd Sr
srpnriila all up; 1 not it for pap and me.
l ap he sez main you po down and et
hottlo of Halter's 'Saisaparilln and Hur
diirk and willgit over fet'ling tin-d
and bad and git rid of all thm pimples.
So let that alone now For sale by F.
We Will Sell
Sweet, Orr & CdSi
0VEEALLS AT 75 CENTS,
COATS AT 85 CENTS.
Best in the world. Never known to
for less than One Dollar each.
The Star Clothing House
WEBER & V0LLMER, Props. ;
FIEST NATIONAL BANK,
North Flatte, - NeKj
Authorized Capital, $200,000
Paid in Capital, $50,000. .
A GENERAL BANKING BUSi
Sells Bills of Exchange on all ForeigV
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
A. F. STREITZ,
Drugs, Medicines, Paints,
Window Glass, Machine 0jlk
The democrats nre so badly dp
moralized iu Pennsylvania that no
bonrboii can be found uhc will
cures here." It is intended " , , lul KMM,' '
11 c . i 11 i ran. li iikiks imiw ns r.nono-n riio
especially ior c()iii?ns,coi.croup ana ' . . . .,
wnoopinV cough. ForsalebyA.F..?" Hry blea the repub hcan
sireii nnA CrM, P!.,tfo Plin.n,nP,r at will have the nerye to put up
. , u ticket is the
1. t ...'
Waite of Colorado is determined " , , "Pounded into the earth
to beat the record of Lf.welHnjr of aml aon 1 n,lml lC s,n more-
Kansas or burst an artery
lately turned down by the courts
when he attempted to remove the
members of the board of fire and
Mrs. N. Meyottp, the Genesee county
treasurer of the W. C. T. U. and a very
influential worker in the cause of women
jsays: "I have used Parks' Tea and tind
I W lr- !.,. . l. T 1 1
tv i . 11 f2it Trimly i uavo ever Tried
police iu Deliver and put. pops of!ft)r CfJllM:I1B,imi. -ft reqilirP3 stna,ler
his own faction in their daces and dopes and is more thorough. I shall use
now he has ordered out t he. "inelish" "t"n else in future." Sold ly ftortb
to seat his appointees by force. The!P1:itte Fharmac
only thinr that is laokiur to make
Waite as great, as Lowelling is a
Colorado Col. Mary Lease. So far
he has not been able to produce
that parallel. Journal.
Three days is a very shcrt time in
which to cure a bad case of rheuma
tism, but it can bp done if the prop
er treatment, is adopted: as may be
pee.i by the following from Jam."s
Eambert, of New Brunswick, T 1 1 :
"I was badly afflicted with rheuma
tism in the hips and legs, when I
bought a bottle of Chamberlain s
rain ii'ilm. It cured me in three I
days. I'am all rifjht to-day. and
would insist on every one who is af
flicted with that terrible disease to
uMf Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
4'well at once." Fifty-cent bottles
for sale bv A. F. Streitz and North
P Platte Pharmacy.
Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar l'owder. No Aumioiiia; No Alum.
JJseJ in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard "
The net increase in the public
debt last month was 40,004,215.
The rule the past twenty -ears and
more, under republican "administra
tions, was to report, monthly a sub
s'antial decrease. The piling up of
debt, is another of the effects of the
"change" for which the people
voted in the fall of 1892.
CORNER OP SIXTH AND SPRUCE STREETS.
if ire four Eyes ?
The censjs office publishes the
following statistics of Nebraska's
manufacturing industries for JS90:
Number of establishments, 3,014;
aggregate capital, 837,508,50S; value
of plants. 20,416,158; employes,
23,876; total wages, 12.984,571;
cost of materials. 867.334,532; value
of products, $93,037,794.
What ia a Guarantee?
It is this. If you haye a Co!i?ii or
Cold, a ticklinff in the Throat, which
keep you constantly couching, or if vou
nre afflicted with any Chest, Throat nr
Lane Trouble. Whooping Cou-ih. &p..
aad yon use BallanV Iloreltovnd S'ran
M ' j. - J - - r . r r . - i '
Kt ui.ec.ijeu, giving xi a j.ur irini. ana no
fenefit is experienced, we authorize our
narertisea n-reut to. jviunu
That' wh:tt Brown's wife called out to
Siim iou?t forget to :tt a bottle of
ll.-illor's Siirs:iprilla, it's so nicp. For
sale by F. II. Lon.uley.
In the municipal elections in
ir it i
iviaine msc wecK out one mayor
elected was a democrat, and tie went
in by favor of the republicans be
cause ne nan given to n:s citv one
;nod term. All the other cities
elected republicans, and Maine gives
promise of almost as great victories
as Ohio. The Pine Tree state is
determined to show that she appre
ciates Tom need as much as does
the Buckeye state McKinley.
Do they ache, burn, itch, water or tire upon coutinui d u.-e? If thfj do
they are defective and should be carefully fitted with glasses. Are you
subject to chronic headaches? The kiud that begin3 in the region back
of and around the eyes, making the eyes feel h navy and dull? if so,
the eyes are at fault, and a pair of glasses are needed.
DON'T NEGLECT YOUR EVES.
- . .
When vou can call aud consult PROF. 111R3CIIBERG, the emiueufc
ophthalmologist. Remember the dates,
APRIL 11th, 12th and 13th,
At the store of A. F. Streilz, who is sole agent for North Ptatle.
Shiloh's Vitalizer is what you need for
Dyspepsia, Torpid Liver, Ye'llow Skin or
Kidnej' Trouble. It is guaranteed to give
yon satisfaction. Price 75c. Sold by
North Platte Pharmacy.
Whether a base ball player prac
tices a profession or a trade is likely
to become an important question
when the issue is raised against the
importation of Canadian ball players
under coutract as contrary to the
contract labor law. Most people
would insist upon making a distinc-
lon between the Dlavers themselves.
i? . .
reiunu your money t r J , .
on return of bottlo. It never fail? to jyo' !f sVIff,i i,ll,cl,ce a proieiuu
satisfaction. It promptly relieves Jiron-
Litis. Sold by A. F. Streitz. 1-1
WQrk of pther is p.qt entitled "g.ven
to the dignity of a trade.
JOS. F. FILLION,
Steam and Gas Pitting.
Cesspool and Sewerage a Specialty. Copper and Galvanized Iron Cor-?
nice. Tin and Iron Roofings.
Estimates furnished. Repairing of all kinds receive prompt attenliim
Locust Street, Between Fifth and Sixth, 7"
FINEST SAMPLE ROOM IN NORTH PLATTE
Having refitted our rooms in the finest of style, the public
is invited to call and see us, insuring courteous treatment.
Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.
Our billiard hall 13 supplied with I he bt make of tablw
and competent attendants will supply all your wanti.
KEITH'S. fJLOCj QEE&SITE TJJE UNION PACIFIC DEPOT:
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