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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1894.
'TlE o lower house of the Iowa
Wiakture last Saturday passed the
m . , . i m v
iMC liquor- oui. J.ms measure
Maes fines in cities of over 7,000
MMktion, but does not license the
ale of intoxicating hauors as a
r w A
There is no lack of good mate
rial for republican state nomina
tioas this 'fall, and it will not be
difficult for the convention to name
8 winning ticket. If the factionists
keep in the rear the ticket will be
good for a plurality of twenty
Soke of the local pops venture
"the assertion that it will be brave
men who will consent to be repub
lican candidates in our senatorial
and representative districts this
Jail. They may think so, but there
are quite a number of people who
cast up the situation differently.
Lincoln county may have a repub
lican candidate for state senator
who can be elected.
The democratic New York Sun.
declares the Wilson tariff bill a
"bill to make republicans" and says
that even before its passage it has
aaa4e "thousands, tens of thousands,
yea, hundreds of thousands" of re
publicans out of people who voted
the democratic ticket in 1892 This
k true, yet it is a very expensive
Method of proselyting for the coun
try to indulge in.
The democratic party has a stom
ach like an ostrich, capable of as
similating the most difficult of di
. gettible foods, yet it is doubtful if
the democrats of the Seventh Ken
tucky district will renominate the
"silvery tongued" individual; and if
thev do it is doubtful if Mr. Breck
inridge can be re-elected in the light
of recent developments in the sala
cious damage suit now being con
ducted against him by Miss Made
Ok Saturday the National Chris
tian League for the promotion of
social purity, after discussing the
case of Congressman Breckinridge,
decided that he ought to be deposed
from office. It was voted to take
steps toward this end, and to also
endeavor to persuade Mrs. Breckiu
ride to refuse to live with him. The
action of the league is likely to call
for similar expressions from van
oor ports of the country.
The finance committee completed
its work on ex-county treasurer
Weiaier's books Saturday. They
fid the shortage at the close of
the first term to be 813,785.48.
At the close of the second term
the shortage was $14,133.48. De
ducting the $6,000 that Weimer
paid from the loan on his property
it leaves a balance of of $6,968.58
for the bondsmen of the first term
to put up. All but $348 of the
shortage appears to have been con
tracted during the first term.
Cneter County Republican.
CoxEY, the crank who proposes
to give President Cleveland an ob
ject lesson in regard to the army of
unemployed by leading 1UU,0UU of
them to the White House by May
1st, did not have a very large fol
lowing at the time of his start from
Jusillon, Unio. w nen tne proces
sion began its "on to Washington
march it consisted of the doughty
Eneral. his first lieutenant, and a
Be drummer a la salvation army
style. It is remarkable the amount
of cheap notoriety the eccentric
individual gets who does something
a little out of the ordinary.
The attorneys for Prendergast,
the Carter Harrison homicide,
banted up an old law permitting
the hearing of a condemned mur
derer as to his sanity at any time
between his sentence and tne date
fixed for his execution. At the
time of his trial the criminal indig
nantly spurned any intimation of
insanity. This latest move, which
was probably made at his sugges
tion, would seem to indicate that
his think tank is in proper working
condition. Should he be found
sane the date of his execution has
been set for April 6th. The crimi
nal objects to that date as it is the
anniversary of his birthday.
Monday morning Senator Col-
Suitt, of Georgia, died at bis resi
ence in Washington. He was a
vmtt cVlr ami nncprvntivn man and
had very creditably represented his
state for several years in congress.
His freedom from the braggadocio
nf the "brigadier" usually renre-
seating that state was particularly
noticeable, and excited favorable
comment. A singular coincidence
- a t i.il - ii bj
iu regard to his aeam is me racs
that he was the third Georgia sena
tor who had been stricken with
paralysis during the closing years of
kis life, and had to be conveyed
about the halls of congress in an
Douglas county is the possessor
of a dogmatic Dogberry whose ec
centricities to put it mildly
would put to blush the most aston
ishing freaks of ex-judge Wm.
Gaslin. His name is Cunningham
R. Scott and he is temporarily fiil
JMt the position of judge of the
"criminal division of the district
eeairt. His latest autocratic effort
was the alleged trial of an Omaha
CWLPaoer reDOlter for nnnfomnf.
xriu luc luruicr piayeu tne scar
or juage, prosecutor and pnn
1 witness: this. too. withnnt al
lowing the accused the right of
aeansel. The elevation of such
.matures to a place upon the bench
r a taavesty upon our courts of
A becent Washington dispatch
says: Now that the tariff bill is be
fore the senate the universal ques
tion is, "How long will it remain
there?" Those persons who have
the hone and wish to see it speedily
passed in a few days might as well
curb their desires and make up
their minds that instead of days it
will be weeks, and long, weary
weeks at that, before the bill is any
where near its passage. One more
week will pass with the bill in its
dormant state before it really comes
up for consideration. Apnl 2d will
see made the preliminary motion
to take up the bill, and then the
flood gates of oratory will be opened
and for days and days the senate
and the country v will be deluged
with tariff talk.
Pbof. Falb, of Vienna, who from
scientific computation has predicted
that "New York city is to disappear
under a tidal wave next July or
August, while California and Flori
da will probably become islands as
a result of a submanne earthquake,
successfully predicted the storm of
last week, naming March 21st as
one of the "critical days" of the
year. Of the other days yet men
tioned in 1894 as "critical days," he
gives April 6th, May 5th, August
1st and 30th, September 29th and
and October 28th. If his calcula
tions on which he predicts the fire
works and the final wind-up of this
globe, caused by the erratic plane
tary wanderer, which is to collide
with the earth November 13th,
1899, are as accurate as they proved
to be last week, the republican
President elected in 1896 will not
aye served out his first term when
Gabriel's trump will sound.
Dun's Review for last week says:
It is perplexing to be obliged to re
port that business grows larger in
volume and at the same time not
more profitable. Uncertainty does
not diminish, but has rather in
creased, in the judgment of many
commercial bodies which have
urged the President to veto the
seigniorage bill. Prices of commo
dities do not rise, but are on the
wnole about 1.5 per cent lower thau I
last week, though then the lowest
ever known in this country, and
are 12.9 per cent lower than a year
ago. No more gold has gone
abroad, and stocks average only
three cents per $100 higher for
railroads than last week, and exact
ly the same for trust stocks, but
some forBign purchases and the in
tervention of a holiday explain the
steadiness. More mills are at work,
though the proportion of produc
tive force unemployed is still from
a fifth to a third in different
branches of industry, and manv
mills are stopping because their
orders have run out, even while a
larger number are starting with or
ders enough for a time. The pros
pect of getting constaut or remun?
erative employment for works and
hands does not change. The fact
that orders keep only a part of the
force at work, while both prices and
wages tend downward, though
spring is near at hand, renders'
present business less profitable and
the future less promising.
Slowly the whole country is
coming to realize that the campaign
speeches and editorials of 1892 on
the tariff were not merely the bun
comb of politics, pyrotechnics
touched off to fire the popular heart,
but the faint foreshadowing of the
greatest peril which has ever threat
ened the American people, the war
for disunion alone excepted . It is
true that in 1840 the same issue
was joined, but the re-election of
Van Buren then would have been
the continuance of a condition of
depression already existing, and not
the dissolution of a condition of
prosperity already existing. For the
first time in the history of popular
government have the people delib
erately exchanged thrift for penury.
The especial point of agricultural
danger is the abrogation of reci
procity. Direct protection on eggs,
potatoes, and what may be called
grocery farm products concerns the
eastern farmers who are brought
into competition with the cheap
lands and cheap labor of Canada.
All along the border, from Nova
Scotia to Ontario, this feature of
tariff is important. But our wes
tern farmers depend mainly upon
grain and live stock, especially cat
tle and hogs. For about ten years
the European market was more or
less closed to our meats, and the
only key that unlocked those doors
was reciprocity, with its threat of
retaliation. It took two depart
ments, two secretaries, to open the
door. The secretary of state and
the secretary of agriculture had to
unite in the task. Few men could
have done it, even with all the
power of the government behind
them. The opening of the Euro
pean markets for our meats was the
crowning act in tne lives or ootu
Mr. Blaine and "Uncle Jere" tiusk.
Had either never done anything
else to distinguish himself, each
would deserve nigh rant among
the useful statesmen of the countrv.
And all which they achieved is now
jeopardized, and for what? That
the American people may have dear
sugar and the sugar trust stock
holders have larger profits. To ac
complish these two things, both
against the interests of the people,
the present congress proposes to do
away with all the advantages of
reciprocity. Inter Ocean.
Hard times are everywhere. Eve
ry section is complaining bitterly
of falling prices, increased value of
money and absence of work. In
the midst of the season of depres
sion the census returns of wealth
and resources for 1889-1890 have
appeared. None of the newer
states begin to make the showing
of Nebraska. The figures given
are proof of the progress of agri
cultural prosperity in a state where
agriculture is the chief resource.
A stride from less than four hun
dred millions of wealth in 1880 to
more than a billion in 1890 gives
the lie direct to the croakers, who
were bemoaning over conditions at
a time when the state was aug
menting her property at the rate of j
33 per cent a year.
, Nebraska's high position as one
of the leading agricultural states is
shown. She stands fourth in the
list of corn and flax producing com
monwealths, 6ixth in oats, seventh
in rye and fifteenth in wheat pro
duction. As a hog producer she is
also in fourth place, but drops to
thirty-second as an owner of sheep.
Fifteen states and territories only
have a smaller production of wool.
She is fifth as a live stock owner,
with 2,142,597 cattle. Texas, Illin
ois, Iowa, Missouri and Kansas
alone surpass her in this respect.
Twenty-one states and territories
have more farms than Nebraska.
Twenty-six have less. Nine only
have as many acres in farm land.
Only seven have as many acres un
der cultivation. Nine exceed it in
the value of land, fences and build
ings. Eleven own more farm im
plements and machinery. In the
census year Nebraska produced
more than one-tenth of all the flax
seed, more than one-twentieth of
the oats, and one-forty-fifth of the
wheat. In the estimated value of
farm products in 1889 she ranked
sixteenth out of forty-seven politi
cal divisions enumerated. With all
these staple products with which
to buy money what authority has
any United States senator to say
that our state is poor? What right
have the editorial and stump speak
ing defamers of Nebraska to spread
abroad the impression that we are
bankrupt and on the ravelled edges
More damage has been done to
the. financial credit of .Nebraska in
the past six years of this kind of
talk than by a dozen grasshopper
raids or a score of cyclones. Instead
of advertising our prosperity the
demagogues, who care more for
tickling the ears of chronic grumb
lers who have votes than they do for
attracting capital which would
stimulate further advances, have
been painting our state as poverty
stricken and oppressed, ground
down by mortgages and staggering
under local debt. The figures tell a
different story. State-Journal.
Rev. Derreberry failed to make
his appointment at the Myrtle
school house Sunday on account of
sickness in his family.
Miss Mary Wiberg arrived from
Ord a few days ago and will teach
the Myrtle school the coming term.
Henry Pollett and wife are home
from a visit with friends at Ben
The singing class at Myrtle is
said to be making rapid progress
and increasing in number.
Mr. and Mrs. Newton Brummett,
of North Platte, are visitors at the
home of S. G. Diebl.
Mr. Gold has recently moved to
the Joe Little farm.
Mrs. Upson is visiting her sister
Mrs. W. Combs.
S. G. Diehl was called home from
North Platte a few days ago by the
serious illness of two of his child
ren. They are improving at this
The Easter entertainment held at
the school house Saturday evening
was well attended considering the
cold weather. The programme,
which wa3 very interesting, was
well carried out. The children were
all treated to colored eggs, much to
Ernest Sandy, from the ditch
country was in these parts Sunday.
.Chas. Wiberg is visiting his
brother and sister at this writing.
The Misses Dollie and Myrtle
Brunk and brother Joe attended the
exhibition at the Mann school
house and report the affair a great
On the occasion of her birthday
Monday evening Miss Myrtle
Brunk entertained a number of her
friends who enjoyed themselves im
mensely playing games, eating
candy "and indulging in various
other amusements. The wee sma'
hours arrived before the merry
makers departed for their respec
tive homes. C. H.
The populist record up to date in
Kansas seems to be: Secretary of
State Osborn, convicted of crimi
nal libel; Ass't. Att'y-Genl. Allen,
bounced for boodling; Labor Com.
Todd, pleaded guilty to an assault
upon an unarmed man; Adj'trGenl.
Artz, relieved of office under
charges of theft and forgery. This
is the record of a year in one state
in control of the parjy that was to
regenerate the country .Sioux
On his return to Euglaud Mr.
Stead said that Chicago is the
greatest city in America and the big
windy town has forgiven him for
everything else he has said about it.
There is one business man in New
York who deals in nothing what
ever but celery. He is probably the
only man dealing exclusively in
celery in the United States, perhaps
in the world. He has been in the
business eight years and has built
up a large trade.
It is ten to one that when the
congressional campaign opens the
coming summer the same old demo
cratic yawp will be heard about the
unconstitutionality of protection.
And you can just as safely bet that
these same yawpers will keep their
mouths awfully tight on the sub
ject of sugar and peanuts Ex. .
Hood's tarsaparWa .1
Blood and Heatoras)
Mr, F. W. 8tmadi
"Wllmot, S. Dak.
"C.L Hood & Co., Lowell, 3ftM.:
" About four years ago my
with salt rheum. Although, in
everything it got worse InstM of ttttsr
spread over both of her hands M that sm
two bottles her hands were
h has not Ulrica been troubled. 1m
1892, my neck was covered witkkotlssf sy ,v .
Thero were sixteen of them at
healed others would
haxdlv use them. Finally ate
use Hood's sarsapanua ana wmb sm sm mm
scars. I then commenced tsldBl ssMn'flbnK.
parllla, and after taking low
had all healed and the scars
I recommended Hood's Sara
fering fr6m any disorder of J
Biowxx.li, wiimot, tsouu
Hood's PUIS act easily, TrttnssftljLaasj
SlctenUr. on the lWer and tank. Sta. J -H
Not many days ago a school teacher was talking to some of his
"brightest pupils, and asked them: "What do you consider is
g the science of human happiness?" A beautiful and intelligent,
kittle girl of some eleven years said that she had heard that it
,wasrto bestowthfr greatest number of benefits on the greatest
rtr number of people. Then whom in this city, tor instance, ao you
L dnsider lives up to that philosophy in the sincerest manner?
ii. -rp':v...4- v.oo;4-4-;r.n fli little firl reblied:
iiiutvui a UlUlUCllt a uaiwiiiwi o
RICHARD BROS. OP THE FAIR STORE,
the popular dealers in town; their benificence in placing bound
less bargains before the people is never ending.
The fair scholar was quite correct. During the last ten days
we have doubled our stock of shoes and we have now one of the
largest and most complete lines west of Omaha, and have also
slashed the price on all that would stand it. We have also just
opened a nice line of SPRING JACKETS AN CAPES of the
latest styles at moderate prices. Our line of DRESS GOODS
must be seen to be appreciated. They are the greatest values
that ever reached the city. The reason we are having such a
nice trade in this line, as well as in all other lines, is because
we mind our Ps and Qs Price and Purity, Quality and Quanti
;tity. People are apt to appreciate tlie highest in purity when
it.is associated with the lowest in price.
' - r'V.'v Yours for Business,
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We Will Sell
Sweeti Qrr & Co's
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COATS IT 85 CENTS.
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for less than Une Dollar ach.
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There are a few
large wiunmgis wiioee easaaaas; SJBISSSWI 1 !
appear never to have bean snrpsaWa :iaf.i
size by their fossil relaatvas. Foresiatj4f
among these are the whales, -which aswl
appear to include the largpat bsissm
oi tne oraer wnicn nave
The so called white, or saj
rhinoceros of South Afrtas
to he fully equal insiss to say of lta!
extinct ancestors, and tka assss isvr
tainly true of the girtJfe, ptok BMfr
even exceed all its pn
.aspect. Whether the f
or weie not the equals is Isalsjtt' of
1 l 1 " -l -m M9 . I -7lV"
largest inui viauaia oi laanvus;'
there is no question bat.tsat
is by far the tallest of all ttrsSf
mals, and that it was only rivaM
this respect among the sxtinctjfOBait-taiT
its aforesaid ancestors. JforssfSf;v:U '12
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we exclude creatures uss mmmm as-
gigantic dinosaurian restiks of I
ondary epoch, which, so to
an unfair advantage as
by sitting oh their hind tags iaia
garoolilie manner, and llsm oar
paiison to such as walk pa .all fosr
in the good old fashioned way, ws
find that giraffes are not only thtt tallsit
mammals, but likweise tha tsilaat sf
all animals that bave ev
Mr. Charles Dudley Waraar is
ed with telling a wartims story ai Us
own expense. -
Ho was editor of a .daily sasar Jji
Hartford and was doftag iJs satVt!
'aronse the patriotism of lis issAsjbT
One day a typesetter cans' ia frea fas
composing room and plit44
before the editor.
"Well, Mr. Warner, as'stM, "1
nave determined to enusc." . - 4.'al
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men mingled sensaooss ax snss sssi
responsibility the editor repUad .Hiaail
he was glad to see that tas ansa fstt Isjsd
call of duty. .
"Oh, it isn't that," sjmwsMsV bs
compositor, "but I'd r
try to set any more of yoar
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Can i-li t the Snlrlt mt IkafHt - i
"Do you actors ever bssosasas Imri
bued with the spirit of tas fStrt
you imagine yourselves to ds tas
acter you are impersoasriBg?"
the curious man.
"You bet we do," saswan
Barnes Tormer, the emiasat all
Thespian. "I wasplayiBf ttessrtsf aiy
old farmer once, and I bscaaas so,
oughly carried away with' it taat'
to my room in the hotel ansrasf
form an ce and blew oat tas .jaajjag"
Tlie Star Clothing How
WEBER & VOLLMEE, Props.
The Cash Hardware Merchant, sells the cele
!;brated Acorn Stove, the acknowledged .king.
FIBST NATIONAL BAIK,
JNTortli Platte, - INTefe
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
ticle in our line come and see us and we will
safe you money. A. L. DAVIS. t
Authorized Capital, $200,(K
Paid in Cawtal, $50,000.
.A -GENERAL- BALING BVSIjfe
Sells Bills of Exchange on all Foreign
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Pure Crystal Ice.
I-am prepared th's season, as usual, to furbish the people of North
tcwiMi a first-class quality of ice cut from ray lake and frozen from
well water. This ice is far superior to river ice. All orders will be
Hfrfflfed. WM. EDIS-
A. sF. STREITZ, . ; ;
Chase county citizens are going
to tap the earth. to the depth of
1,000 feci in search of an artesian
heart disease as a
The largest fleet; of rcbal
ever started down the rvttt
Louisville in tow of one prosel
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uii us way iv new uireuii
coal in the boats is enough
a train of cars eleven miles
the fleet is more than eight
Patrick Henrv odcs said..
lihprtv or aive me death" fstkis
days don't talk so fooltta, tay aaygtTe
me tiaiier s oure uure vytiagst
will die." It amounts to tne
For sale by P. H. Long ley,
Awarded Highest Honors World's
The Midwinter fair is aaalt
most of the presence of i
dent Harrison in its jiexnitjvfi&e
come one of the featurssliWUhe
exposition and are coatris Wtaaf 1 o
little to the success of ia alrter-
prise. Bee. 1ll
Three days is a verv sW
which to cure a" bad caseef
tism, but it can be dose if
er treatment is adopted:
i 11. in : i?
seen uy nib xuiiuwinK iroa
Eambert, of New Bra:
"I was badly afflicted'witfc
tism in the hips and legswlB I
bought a bottle of ChaaimMa's
Pain Balm. It cured mtf ttree
days. I am all ngh li aVsj ; aad
would insist on everv one srSe -is af
flicted with that terrible ialiaii U
use Chamberlain's Pain: sUaa aad
well at once."' Fifif 'taat
for sale by A. F. StrBicjssi
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Po wder. Ns Aauaoaia;
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Yean the
Bsllsa'i Care, the Great Cough and
Crsas Care, is for sale by us. Pocket
aisacoataisa twenty-five doses, only 25c.
CalMrsa lsre it. North Platte Pharmacy.
Republican nominations for con
gress are a good deal more desirable
Ibis year for republicans than two
Skiloh's Vitalizer is what you need for
saeBsta, Torpid Liver, iellow ykln or
ay iron Die. 11 is guaranicea to give
VOS aatmaction. Price 75c. oold by
Narth Platte Pharmacy.
Adlai Stevenson ought to stand a
good show for the democratic nomi
nation for the presidency. He is
aid to nave secured office for sixty
. That's what Brown's wife called nut to
him don't forget to get a bottle of
Bailer's Sarsaparilla, it's so nice. For
sale by F. II. Longley.
J. P. RePass, of Hayes Centre,
under arrest for seduction, on the
Ere text of securing bail secured a
orse and skipped for more friendly
The lecture platform is endan
gering the health of Bill Nye to
suck an extent that he wiii !e com
pelled, to retire until he can crow
anouffh hair to prevent him from
catching cold at the
I want you to understand, John Henry,
that you ain't to drink that Halter's Sar-
Sparllla all up; I got it for pap and me.
p he sez mam vou go down and get
.Battle of Halter's Sarsaparilla and Bur-
sock and will git over reeling so tired
and bad and git rid of all them pimple?.
8b let that alono now For sale by F.
Reports from North river that a
number of cattle perished during
the storm is beyond question, as
soaie have been found in the river.
Several dead steers were discovered
ia the South Platte. Big Springs
In Louisville a negro shot another
oecause lie insisted upon
wearing a red necktie wnile acting
as a pallbearer.
The good die young but they are using
11 allers little uernian Pills now and hon
est men will soon be a drug in the mar
ket. Sold by F. H. Longley.
A St. Louis man wants to divorce
his wife because she is completely
under the domination of the hired
girl. He ought to be thankful
that he himself isn't in the same fix.
Haller's liarb Wiae Liniment for all cuts
on cattle and horses: it is the best on j
earth. Sold by F. H. Longley.
The heart of a man struck by a
Mew Jersey Central train at Bound
Brook was found on the cowcatcher
of the locomotive at Allentown, Pa.,
some seventy miles distant.
Parks' Sure Cure is a positive specific
for women who are all "run down" and
at certain times are troubled by back-
aches, headaches, etc. Sold by North
Drugs, Medicines, Faints, Oils,
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Window Grlas: - Mdchine Oil's;.
CORNER OF SIXTH AND SPRUCE STREETS.
hi Eyes ?-:
Farmers in Talbot county, Mary
land, discouraged at the meagre
returns from last year's peach crops,
nave since destroyed nalftueir peach
trees and many an early spring
hearth fire will be maintained on
the wood of the old orchard. Few
young peach trees were set out last
year and the planting this year will
be still smaller.
Do they ache, burn; itch, water or tire upon continued use? It they'do.
they are defective, and should; be carefully fitted with glasses. Are jou,
subject to chronic headaches? The kind that begins in the region backt
of and around the eyes, making the eyes' feel lieavy and dull? If so,
the eyes are at fault, and a pair of glasses are needed.
DON'T NEGLECT YOUR EYES,
Mrs. N. Meyette, the Genesee county
esurer of the W. O. T. TJ. and a very
tef aential worker in the cause of women
mvs: "1 nave used Parks' Tea and find
4t is the best remedy I have ever tried
lor constipation, it requires smaller
doses and is more thorough. I shall use
vothing else in future." Sold by North
If anybody asks you to point out
beautiful instance of populist re
form in the conduct of public affairs,
jist direct them to the half dozen
reform treasurers in as'many differ
ent counties of Nebraska who have
keen found short in their accounts
during the last two weeks. It is a
slowing tribute to the 'spirit of re
form which pervades the "party of
principle" of the present, day.
What is a Guarantee?
it is tnis. II you nave a uougn or
Cold, a tickling in the Throat, which
keeps you constantly coughing, or if you
are aiQicted with any Chest, Throat or
Lung Trouble, Whooping Cough, &c,
and you use Ballard's Borehound Syrup
as directed, giving it a fair trial, and no
benefit is experienced, we authorize our
advertised agent to refund your money
on return of bottle. It never fails to give
satisfaction. It promptly relieves Bron
hitis. Sold by A. P. Streitz. 1-1
There are many "show" houses in
New York, being the homes of the
rich, where casual strangers call to !
see the furniture and decoration.
The servant that answers the bell
accepts a tip and for such consider
ation shows the house to the caller.
Tne tips of the curious are a source
of considerable revenue to the
servants of the rich.
When youca call and consult .PROF. HIKSCHBERG, the- trained
ophthalmologist Remember the dtes,
APRIL 11th, 12th and 13th,
At the store of A. F. Streitz, who is sole agent for North Platte.
JOS. F FILLION,
State of Ohio, Citv of Toledo, ,
Lucas Couktt, S'
. Fraxk J. Chexky makes oath that he
is the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney Ss Co., doing business in the
Citv of Toledo, county and state afore
said, and that said firm will pay the sum
of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS' for
each and everv case cf catarrh that can
not be cured by the use of Hall's Ca-
takbhCdke. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence this 6th day of December
i seal, y A. W. Gleasok,
( ) Notary Public,
Hairs uatarrn cure is taken internally
and acts directly on thd blooe and raucous
surfaces of tne system. Send for testi
FRANK J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Bold by Druggists, 75c,
Steam and Gas Fitting.
Cesspool and Sewerage a Specialty. Copper and Galvanized Iron Cor-
. m nice. Tin and Iron Roofings.
Estimates furnished. Repairing of all kinds receive prompt attention
Xocust Street, Between Fifth and Sixth,
nSTorjbh. OPlattfe, -
HNEST f SAMPLE E00M IN NORTH PLATTE
. Having refitted our rooms in the finest of style, the public
: i U invited to..cali- and see us, insuring courteous treatment..
Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.
Our billiard hall is suppliejl with the best make of tablet
and competent attendants will supply all your want. .
KEITH'S BLOCK, OPPOSITE THE UNION PACIFIC P1E0T.
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