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If the ladies would abandon
cosmetics and more generally keep
their blood pure and vigorous bv
the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
naturally fair complexions would
be the rule instead of the exception
as at present. Pure blood is the
"Papa, said the young mother.
"1 ve decided on a name for baby;
we will call her Imogen." Papa
was lost. in thought for a few min
utes. He did not like the name,
but if he opposed it his wife would
have. her own way. "That's nice,
said he nresentlv. "mv first sweet
heart was named Imogen, and she
will take it as a compliment." "We
will call her Mary, after my
mother," was the stern reply.
Harper s Bazar.
Mrs. Marv a. Mvermore made a
remarkable utterance at the closing
meeting of the Universalists Grove
meeting at Weirs, N. H., last week.
She said: "We believe that Jesus
Christ rose from the dead. We
believe that since then men have
risen from the dead and that here
after resurrection will become more
frequent. In our own belief the
time will come when it will be a
common thing for a person to say
that he has seen such a one who
has been dead perhaps for five
years. In this time the eyes will
see visions not now dreamed of.
The veil that separates us from the
spiritual world will be from time to
time removed and will allow us
glimpses of spiritual things.
As a general liniment for sprains and
bruises or for rheumatism, lame" back,
deep seated or muscular pains, Cham
berlain's Pain Balm is unrivalled. For
sale by A. F. Streitz,
The amount of money in circula
tion Aug. 1, as estimated by the
treasury officials, was $1,431,716,367,
against $1,370,686,937 Aug. 1, 1889.
The increase during the month of
July was $1,997,991, the greatest
increase being $1,064,730 in gold
certificates, $1,538,870 in silver
certificates, $814,912 in silver
dollars. There was a decrease of
$1,993,734 in National bank notes.
The circulation" was composed on
Aug. 1, of $375,114,196 in gold
coin, $56,981,268 in standard silver
dollars, $54,284,363 in subsidiary
silver, $131,444,749 in gold certifi
cates, $298,748,913 in silver certifi
cates, $334,517,604 in United
States notes, and $179,625,274 in
National bank notes. The money
and bullion showed a decrease
during the month of July of $2,
278,679, being now $682,204,288.
The largest decrease is $3,857,619
in gold bullion and $1,217,991 in
gold coin. The increases are, in
silver dollars, $1,385,088, and in
silver bullion, $1,009,355.
"Brick" Pomeroy is manifesting
all the symptoms of a man who has
come out on top, financially speak
ing. He has just emerged from
a successful financial measure in
floating 156 square miles of Adiron
dack forest. He invested in this
acreage for $250,000, and has just
sold the spruce and pine lumber on
the tract to the Adirondack League
Club for $400,000 leaving him the
land. Furthermore, the first ship
ments of gold and silver ore from
the Atlantic-Pacific Railway Tunnel,
of which he is president, are just
being made, the first carload of 24,
000 pounds of ore having yielded
$25 silver, $2 gold and 46 per cent
lead per ton, the receipts for the
carload being $592. This tunnel is
being dug through the Rockies,
sixty-two miles west of Denver, and
"Brick" says that it is the head
center of all the gold and silver
veins of that part of the country
He expects to swing the gait of a
millionaire by 1892, and perhaps
run for president on the poor man's
Win. Timmons, Postmaster of Idaville,
Ind.. -writes : "Electric Bitters has done
more for me than all other medicines
conbined. for that bad feelinff arising
from Kidney and Liver trouble." John
Leslie, farmer and stockman, of the same
place, says: "Find Electric Bitters to be
the best Kidney and Liver medicine, made
me feel like a new man." J, W. Gardner,
hardware merchant, same town, says
"Electric Bitters Is just the thing lor a
man who is all run down and don't care
whether he lives or dies ; he found new
strength, good appetite and felt just like
hn had a new lease on life. Onlv 50c. a
bottle, at A. F. Streitz's drug store.
The clock in Trinity Church,
New York, is the heaviest timepiece
in America. It might seem that
in its construction an effort has
been made to ascertain how much
mettle could possibly be planted in
a clock. The frame stands 9 feet
long, 5 feet liigh and three feet
wide. The main wheels are 30
inches in diameter. There are three
wheels in the time train, and three
each in the strike and chime. The
winding wheels are formed of solid
casting 30 inches in diameter and 2
inches thick, and are driven by a
"pinion and arbor." On this arbor
is placed a jack, or another wheel,
pinion and crank, and it takes 800
turns of this crank to wind each
weight up. It requires 700 feet of
three incn rope for the three cords
and over an hour for two men to
wind the clock. The pendulum is
18 feet long and oscillates twenty
five times per minute. The dials
are 8 feet in diameter, although
they look little more than half that
size from Broadway. The three
weights tip the scales at about 800,
1,200, and 1,500 pounds respective
ly A large box is placed at the
bottom of the well, which holds
if. a iflll of eotton waste, so that
if a cord should break the cotton I
would cnecK ine uuuuuiu.
John aud Mary Shav are under
1 . TX l
arresc ac narnson xor poisoniusr a
berd of cattle belonging to Ban
Klein. Thev lived for some years
in theKlein neighborhood in Sioux bullion monthly.
Massachusetts has increased her It is now accepted that a Turkish
piuuutw iu utrcubj jcrtioxrum uftiiu is .pscuiiany untnenuiy w
$32,000,000 a year to $47,000,000,- rheumatism, and far ahead o'f any
thanks to the tariff, which has other remedial agency. One phy
placed the factory by the side sician records over 3,000 cases
of the fruit and truck patch fence, treated by the means of these baths,
JJut tor this, Western cheap land and a cure was obtained in 95 per
wouia nave turned JNew -England cent. One cause of rheumatism
farms into forests.
lies in the waste material which
accumulates in the bodies of its
victims. The easiest way to expel
this is through the skin and bv
.- . ...
Turkish baths, when
Ayer s Hair vigor restores color
and vitality to weak and gray hair.
Through its healing and cleansing sweating.
qualities, it prevents the accumula- rightlv enmloved. can scarcelv do
nun oi aanaruir ana cures scam harm, "hpv snmoHmoa daWHfcnto
but it is onlv for the time being.
the strength being almost always
restored in a tew hours.
diseases. The best
eyer made, and by
1.1 . -
far the most
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
bores, letter, Chapped hands, Chilblains
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay reouired. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. a or sale by A. Streitz.
Mr. Teller has introduced in the
senate a proposed amendment to
the bill to discontinue the coinaere
of the $3 and $1 gold and the 3c
nickel pieces. The amendment
corresponds to the first four sec
tions of the recently enacted silver
bullion act, with some chancres.
One of these changes is the omis
sion of the words "or so much there
of as may be offered," referring' to
the purchase of a stated amount of
county, had much trouble and were also provides that the amount to he
frequently arrested. They re- coined shall be not less -than two
moved to uaKota last spring, but millions monthly, and -the clause
returned the other day and scat- limiting the coinage to July 1, 1892,
kcicu oaiu iuucu Yitn ymis green is struct out. a. iree coinage clause
on the grass where the cattle would is added (to take effect when silver
get it. Several fine cows are dead shall be worth $1 for 271.25 grains ),
and a number of others are dyin
The foil owing bill has been in
troduced by Congressmen Oates:
Be it enacted by the senate and
nouse or representatives ot the
United States of America in con
gress assembled, that from and
after the approval of this act it
shall be lawful for anv national
IT" I t l
oanmng association to loan or
advance money to anv nerson or
persons upon real estate, secured by
mortgage, not to exceed in any
case fifty per centum of the cash
value thereof, at a rate of interest
not to exceed that allowed by law to
be taken by such associations, and
he taking of any greater rate of
interest for the loan or use of
money as aforesaid shall make
and it is provided that purchases of
bullion shall cease when tree coin
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 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 the year around 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 utmost care,
and are guaranteed to cive satisfaction.
A. F. Streitz, Druircist.
"That interesting period has
come in the historr of New York
real estate," $aid an architect and
builder, "wien a judiciously plan
ned building, no matter to what
business purpose it is originally
dedicated, may be made to contain
on its street fronts stores enoiu
to be devoted to other and distinct
businesses, to pay by their rentals
tne interest on tne cost or con
structing the entire building. A
hotel draws people to its vicinage,
and a great hoteL would draw people
enough to a new locality to give
good custom to the shops to which
the ground floor could. be appro
priated. A single store room under
the Fifth Avenue hotel pays a
rental ofl $15,000 annually. The
rentals such a. hotel might receive
would enable it to exist without
any guests at all, just as the New
York Central Kailroad company is
said to own enough real, rent pay
ing estate to enable it, out of its
income so 'received, to pay actually
a dividend on its bonds, even if it
never sentfout a tram.
Pure Ice ! Otten's Boot & Sh oe Store
Cut from Lake filled
Lowest Market Price.
We have added to our stock
E. IV REED'S LADIES' FINE SHOES.
it does seem singular tbat so many
people will let their skin become yellow,
dark and greasy, (finally resulting in
oiotcnes and skin eruptions, as well as a
general drying up of the blood, causing
wrinkles and, premature old age), when
this can be remedied at so little expense.
Two bottles of Beggs' Blood Purifier and
Blood Maker will renew and purify the
blood throughout the whole svstem, leav-
ing me skid ciear ana iree irom an erup
tions. A. Jr. Streitz Druggist.
- -A- .:S-
Also handle the REYNOLDS BROS. LADIES'
SHOES and Burt & Mears Men's Shoes.
I havo accepted
the agency for the HUFFER
furnish complete pumping
mortgage or obligation for
payment of such loan null and
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 $eggs' JHerry uougn
Syrup will relieve any ordinary cough,
and this remedy costs no more than the
inferior grades that are thrown on the
market to sell at enormous profits. A. F.
The Boston Commercial Bulletin
recently had an instructive article
on "Increased Uost of f roduction
in Europe." It shows that the
endency in England is toward
higher wages and shorter hours for
labor, wnue coal, a most important
element of cost, is becoming dearer
owing to the increasing depth of
the mines and the consequent
story of a faithful ,dqg
the west part of the
the Auburn Post. A
Moren living near
Johnson, went over into Johnson
county to hull clover. He was gone
some time, and when he returned
home he left the engine there, in
tending to bring it home later.
Upon his return he missed his dog,
and as the animal did not make
his appearance he was given up
for lost. Three months after
Moren went to get his en sine.
when, to his surprise, he found
also his faithful dog, which had
remained there beside his master's
property all the time to watch it,
and probably foraging at night to
keep himself from starving. The
sagacious animal was overjoyed to
see his master and be released from
his long and patient vigil.
How long will a human bods- re
main in the earth before it decays
until it cannot be distinguished
from the surrounding clays is
greater cost of mining, and it states question as vet undecided by the
that last winter English pig iron scientists. Much depends upon the
reached a point where, even with- i
out duty, it could not undersell the
American product. On the conti
nent a similar state of affairs exists,
character of the soil and the differ
ent elements of which it is com
posed. In countries abounding in
limestone, or, again, in regions
to conauest m the near future ot
the world's markets by American
and all things would seem to point thoroughly saturated with alkaline
waters, numan nesn win retain a
natural color and firmness for an
indefinite period of time. The bogs
of Ireland have yielded up bodies
fresh and natural as life that had
been buried in their slimy depths
for centuries. It is said to be an
historical fact that the bodies of
three Roman soldiers were found in
a neat bog on the JUmerald isle in
the year 1569, A. D.. fresh and life
like, although they had been buried
almost sixteen centuries.
John Carpenter, ot Qoodland, Ind.,
says: "I tried Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, for
diarrhoea and severe cramps, and pains
in the stomach and bowels with the best
results. In the wor3t cases I never had
to give more than the third dose to effect
a cure, in most cases one dose will do,
.besides its otner good qualities it is
pleasant to take." 25 and 50 cent bottles
for sale by A. F. Streitz .
Authorities in the treasury de
partment say that the greatest
difficulty counterfeiters meet with
in. the imitation of United States
paper money is iouna in tne pecu
liar paper used by the government,
which has silk fibers running
through it. You can pull these silk
fibers out of one of Uncle Sam's
notes without iniuring it; but if
you split a counterfeit in two vou
will find any silk fibers that may be
in it simply laid between two films
of paper, and they will not pull out
ii mi i n t i
at all. The maKing or this paper
is a government secret, and is con
ducted at Halton, Mass., under the
eye of treasury experts.
A good adjustable wagon seat is
thus made for a wagon from which
the box has been removed in order
to haul lumber, wood, etc. Into a
piece of plank six inches wide cut
two holes, one in each end, and put
the same between and over the
front stakes of the wagon. At the
angles to this
Mrs. Michael Curtain. Plainfield, 111
makes the statement that she caught cold,
which settled on her lungs: she was
treated for a month by her family physi
cian, but crew worse. He told her that
she was a hopeless victim of consumption
and that no medicine could cure her. tier
druggist suggested Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption ; she bought a
bottle and to her delicht found herself
benefitted from the first dose. She con
tinued its use and after taking ten bottles,
found herself sound and well, now does
her own housework and is as well as she
ever was. Free trial bottles of this Great
Discovery at Str6itz's drug stor9, large
bottles 50c. and $1.00.
J. H. Sanders, publisher of the
Breeder's Gazette, has written a let
ter to the World s Fair headquarters
relative to an unique and thoroughly
original plan for a live stock exhibit
at the exposition. His plan embod
ies the following features: There
shall be selected and placed on ex
hibition a thoroughly characteristic
and fully representative male and
female matured SDecimen of each
center and at right angles to this an(j every Dreea 0f horses, cattle,
piece fasten another plank one foot sheep an(j swjne raisea in America,
wide and three feet long. Now get hree&s to be classified and
the iron seat from the mower and
bolt it through the plank and cross
bar at its center and you have a
Durinc the epidemic of flux in this
county last summer, I had hard work jto
keep a supply of unamDenain's uonc.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemeay on nana.
People often came ten or twelve miles
in the night to get a bottle of the Rem
edy. I have been selling patent medi
cines for the last ten years and find that
it has given better satisfaction in cases of
diarrhoea ana nux, tnan any omer meai
cine I have ever handled.
J. H. Bexham, Drugeist,
Golconda, Pope Co., 111.
Over five hundred bottles of this Rem
edy were sold in that county during the
epidemic referred to. It was a perfect
success and was the only remedy that did
cure the worst cases. Dozens ot persons
there will certify that it saved their lives.
In four other epidemics ot Dowel com
plaint this Remedy has been equally
successful. 25 and 50 cent bottles for
sale by A. F. Streitz.
grouped with reference to the spec
ial adaption and uses of each. The
specimens so selected need not nec
essarily be the best or most expen
sive that might be found, but in
every case must be such as are most
thoroughly characteristic of the
breed represented. In the selection
of these specimens none but animals
bred and raised in the United States
should be considered. The secre
tary cf agriculture has assured Mr.
Sanders that he feels inclined to
adopt this as a part of the plan of
exhibit to be made under the direc
tion of his department. To reap
the greatest possible benefit of this
part of the exhibit, as an attraction
to draw the public, Sanders says in
vitations should be sent all over the
world soliciting foreign countries
to furnish representatives of breeds
' not yet introduced into this country.
Assurance is given by Professor
K. ii. Thurston in an article on the
future of, electricity, that in a few
years the large factory system of
the present day will be broken up,
and that the home worker will
i 'iii nil
again oe,aole to successfully com
pete with the large establishment.
This will, be brought about, he
thinks, by the distribution of cheap
power by means or electric wires.
Great central plants will send out
wires to .every part of cities and
towns, giving power for light
machinery as well as heat and light
for- the , workers. It hardly seems
possible in these times of concentra
tion to bring back the old order of
things, and indeed it is doubtful if
the condition of the workers would
be much improved by returning to
the house system. But that elec
tricity will become a great agent
for good in the household seems
certain.' 'It will help in the kitchen
and laundry, will run dumb waiters
and elevators and add in a thousand
ways to the comfort and conven
ience of the public. It is too much
to expect; however, that it will
revolutionize the industries of the
people. State Journal.
The house bill providing 523 ad
ditional clerks to be employed in
tne worK or preparing ror tne pay
ment of pensions, under the de
pendent pension bill, will soon be
T i n t 1 1 i mi
.aaoptea oy tne senate, me new
law has been in force but a little
over a month and already about
280,000 'applications for pensions
have been hied under it. One-third
of these ;are cases that were already
on file inithe pension office, but had
to be filed again in accordance
with the provisions of the law.
One-half 'of the other two-thirds
will probably be rejected. Before
the end of the year it is likely 400,-
000 applications tor pensions will
be filed under the new law, and by
the end ot eighteen months there
mil be 500,000 cases. Of the
cases that are filed qarliest a large
proportion are likely to be more
successful than those filed later on.
There are now about 1,200,000
men living who enlisted iu the
union armies and saw some service.
A majority of these may become
entitled to a pension uuder the de
pendent law, but it is not probable.
mi ' n l 1
The average age or the living
i i i i
veterans or the late war is now
about fifty-three years.
They now say that the Westing-
house company spent 100,000 in
attempting to defeat the use of their
machinery in legal executions in
U. P. TIME TABLE.
No. o Chicago jcpresau .JJept b0 A. M.
No. 2 Limited..-.-. " 1235 p. 51.
No. 8 Atlantic -hxpross " 1:10 a.m.
No. 22-Freight " 3:45 a m.
GOING WEST MOUNTAIN TIME.
No. 7 PaciffcEiDress Dept 5:10 a. m.
No. 5 Denver Exnress " 9:25 p. m.
no. l iamitcd " 10:30 p. m.
No. 23-freiBht " 7:15 A. M.
J. U. JrERausoN. Agent.
untu uciooer omy i suau ue touoa in
the Superintendent's office in North
Platte uponthe third and fourth Saturdays,
ana auring ail or tne mtervenincr week.
.hxaminations on third Saturday of each
MARY E. HOSFORD,
W. C, LEMON,
Land Attorney and Loan Agt.
Monev constantly on hand to close farm loans
at lowest jates given in Western Nebraska.
All IriudsrDf business before United States Land
Office attended to.
Office oteb Foley's Store.
R. D.. THOMSON,
Contractor anJ Builder.
127 Sixth St. Cor. of Vine,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Steam Vacuum Pump
is operated by steam boilers and is without pis
tons or any parts to wear oat. Will pump from
50 to 5,000 GALLONS Per MINUTE.
With live steam will raise 00,000 gallons of wa
ter 20 feet high with one bushel of coal.
No Steam Pressure Required,
ExcoDt on a lift above that made by the at
mosphere, which is about thirty feofc at sea level.
Will pump dirty or gritty water equally wen, or
forty to sixty per ceDt sand or gravel, iney
can bo boncht and out in position ready for
work cheaper than any other pump of the same
lif tinir capacity. There is no loss of uower to
overcome friction. No skilled labor required
10 run mem. xney cose no more man an orai-
nary water right and can bo operated at nomi
This pump can bo seen at my ranch two
miles south of North Platto.
North Platte, Neb.
Fine Boot and Shoe Maker,
And Dealer In
MEN'S LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
BOOTS AND SHOES.
We are exclusive agents for the
Reel School House Children's
The Best Shoes Made for Boys and Girls.
We have the largest stock of Boots and Shoes west of Omaha. Ail
goods warranted as represented. We keep no inferior, shoddy goods.
If you want to Tjuy good goods cheap call at
Otten's Boot and Shoe Store, North Platte, Nebraska.
HERSHEY & CO.,
Perfect Fit, Best "Work and Goods
. Represented or Money Refunded.
"X7"a,g:ozn.s, Csixrlsigres, B-uigrgles,
ROAD CARTS, ETC.
Agents for the Celebrated
Goodhue and Challenge Wind Mills.
Agents for Union Sewing Machines.
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE.
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
For Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Dogs, Eoge,
500 Page Book oa Treatment of Aaimals
ana t;aart sent rree.
cures ( Fevers.CenKestions.InHanHiatf on
A.A.i Spinal Meningitis, Milk Fever.
B. B. strains, Lameness, HkearaatisRi.
C. C. Distemper, Nasal Discharges.
D. D.Bots or Grabs, Worms.
E. K.CoBKBs. Heaves. Pneamoaia.
F. F.Colic or Gripes, Bellyache.
G. G. Miscarriage, Hemorrhages.
H. H. Urinary and Kidney Diseases.
Eraptive Diseases, Mange.
J.K. Diseases of Digestion, Paralysis
Single Bottle (over 50 doses), - - .60
Stable Case, with Specifics. Manual,
Veterinary Cure Oil and Medicator. 7.00
Jar Veterinary Cure Oil, - - 1.00
Sold bv Dnineists: or Sent Prepaid anvwhere
and in any quantity on Receipt of Price.
Humphreys' Mediclno Co., 109 Fulton St., N. Y.
SPECIFIC Ho. 6Q
In nee 30 years. The only successful remedy for
Nervous Debility. Vital Weakness.
and Prostration, from over-work or other causes.
fi porviai, ort viais ana large viai poiraor, xor za.
Sold by Dhug gists, or sent postpaid on receipted
Brico. VcBisarqr.'JfaUciaoCo., INhsnSit X.
Chamberlain's Eye and Skin
A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes,
Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Old
Chronic Sores, Fever Sores. Eczema,
Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples
and Piles. It is cooling and soothing.
Hundreds of cases have been cured by
it after all other treatment had failed.
It is put up in 25 and 50 cent boxes.
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
SILVERWARE, ETG- '
Watch Repairing" and Engraving1.
Carlson Block, Spruce Street.
Beick Liyeet Stable,
IE3UL23. To3r ZD. TXT. Besack,
FIRST-CLASS RIGS FURNISHED
on short notice and at reasonable rates. Horses boarded by the week or
month. Careful and competent employes. Stable opposite the Hawlev
House on east Fifth street,
IT. JT. BEOEKER,
THE GREAT HAIIt-RESTOKEIt.
The use of various unguents to dress
and beautify the hair is a custom as old
and universal as the race ; but prepara
tions to prevent tho hair from fallimr
out, or for restoring it to its original
color and fullness, seem to be of modern
origin and confined to the limits of tho
higher civilization. Probably the fatal
istic and superstitious ideas of the
ancients and of most barbarous people
would forbid their interfering with ivhat
seems to be the course of nature, in
thinning the locks and sprinkling them
with gray, as life advances toward the
The ancient Hebrew poetically termed
wbite hair "a crown of glory," and so it
is when it gracefully adorns tho brows
of the aged. But when a person in the
full vigor of life becomes gray, his gray
hair, so far from being a crown of glory,
is rather an indication of weakness and
premature decay. What may be ad
mired in "John Anderson, my Jo,
John" at eighty, is to be deplored in
John Anderson at thirty or forty.
It has been observed that early bald
ness is mora common now than former
ly. "Whatever may be the cause of the
early loss of hair, there are few but
would avoid it if possible. Some attempt
to conceal the loss of their hair by
brushing what is left over the vacant
places; others brave out their misfor
tune, as did the fox when he lost his
tail; but the majority of the "too pre
vious" ones look anxiously about for
something that will restore lost youth-
fulness and hide their tell-tale phreno
logical deficiencies. For this purpose,
nothing has as yet been discovered that
surpasses Ayer's Hair Vigor.
we do not pretend that this prepara
tion will cause hair to grow on a scalp
that has been denuded for years and
polished like a billiard ball, but without
claiming for it any more than its just
due, we assert that it certainly promotes
the growth of hair, restores color to faded
and gray locks, heals humors, keeps the
scalp cool, prevents dandruff, and im
parts to the hair- a silky texture and a
lasting fragrance. It will not stain the
skin or clothing. Though Ayer's Hair
Vigor has been before the public many
years, it is still in greater demand than
any similar preparation a convincing
proof of its superior merits and exten-sivc;popularity.
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.
I. E. S0MERS,
Florist and Gardener,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBR.
Can furnish all kinds of fruit and
shade trees, forest trees, and seed-
ngs for tree claims at lowest
prices. Also all Kinds or plants ana
flowers. Estimates and designs
given for laying out new grounds.
Yards kept bj contract.
Sample :-: Room,
Having refitted our rooms
throughout, the public is invited to
call and see us.
Choice ;: Winss, :: Liquors :! and ;:
Kept at the Bar.
A. P. CARLSON,
Full line of piece goods always on
hand and made to order.
Only first-class workmen employed.
Shop on Sprnco Street over Hana Gertler&Co.
for tho celebrated
IDAKHA NATURAL HINESAL WATER
from Soda Springs, Idaho.
Keith's Block, Front Street.
NORTH and SOUTH
NORTH PLATTE, - NEB
J. C. Ferguson, Agent.