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IRA L. BAKE, Editor ajtd Proprietor
tt rAin in AiiVAcr - - tl-00 tku anncm
IF JiOT PAII IS ADVANCE.
1.30 1'ER ANNUM
Entered nt the North PIntte (Kcbrnsta) postoffice as
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1S01.
Thousands of old soldiers with
diseases contracted in the service, or
with one leg in the grave, hobbled
along for years before asking a pen
sion. A certain class of patriots are
noiv calling them "paupers"' and
"pension grabbers," and the' get no
credit for making their brave con
test to live independent of the na
tion's promises when they shoul
dered their guns and staked their all
in the contest. Inter-Ocean.
Nebraska farmers can draw much
consolation from the report of the
statistician of the agricultural
department, which shows that there
has been an increase since April,
1890. of 100 per cent, in the value
of corn and oats, 30 per cent in
wheat and 33 per cent in cattle. And
the present prospects are good for
these increases to be maintined for
twelve months at least. AVe have
promise of unusually large crops
this year, while reports from Europe
indicate a encal shortage in cereal
crops, and so great is this likety to
be that steps are already being taken
by some of the governments across
the water to remove the import
dutT on grains and food products.-Ex.
The sub-treasury scheme antago
nizes every wise, honest and safe
principle in finance and everv con
sideration of security to national
and individual credit, and it is en
tirely safe to predict that it will
never become a policy of this nation
while sentiments of honest' and
justice and patriotism are recog
nized by a majority of the Aineri
can people. And among those who
hold and sircerely cherish these
sentiments are millions of the farm
ers and wo king.nen of this country,
who will contm le to be, as thev
have been in the past, the bulwark
of a sound currency and a stable
financial system. Ex.
One of the propositions of the
platform adopted by the Peffer party
at Cincinnati is that the government
shall loan money on imperishable
property at 2 per cent. Of course if
such a favor is to be granted no one
could expect to have a monopoly of
it. Everybody in the United States
would be entitled to borrow, provid
ed he or she had imperishable prop
erty, such as lands aud houses, and
perhaps machinery not readily mov
ed, to offer as security. And nearly
everybody would be likely to bor
row, for money would be very un-
remunerative that could not earn
more than 2 per cent. But, assum
ing that a good share of the property
owners did not borrow ironi the
government, and suppose that the
owners of, say only ten thousand
millions of dollars worth of real
estate asked for loans, where would
the money come from? Its issue
by the government would mean an
addition of so much to the govern
ment debt, From being in the best
financial situation of any large
country on the globe, we would at
once sink to the worst. Those
borrowers unfortunate in the use of
the money would have to be fore
closed on, and the government
would find itself in the possession
of a vast quantity of buildings and
lauds, of which, no doubt, the form
er owners would be willing to re
main as caretakers for an indefinite
period. But why prolong a vista
more hopelessly absurd and sense
less the farther one examines it?
New York Press.
The statement of Postmaster
General Wanamaker regarding his
connection with the collapsed Key
stone bank of Philadelphia will be
ihsfactory to all fair-minded men.
is relations with that institution
sre solely as a business man, and
tes that re knew notliinsr of
lition except from published
rand had absolutely nothing
the couue of the govern-
nnes legaramg tne m-
gtir aster ge Jeral s
!zil can be of no
Kadian and even
have been made
k?rs who claimed
h directly from
' i ii
.icatei mat some
ild find the treaty
k if we cannot. To
lian government has been
to issue a new order
The Nebraska method of assess
ing property is always an impene
trable mystery to the stranger
within our gates. It is the cause
of much misunderstanding, and
there is no doubt that our credit
suffers through our blundering aud
unequal system. The agent who is
looking for a site for the new gov
ernment building at Beatrice is
greatly perplexed to find that prop
erty charged with an assessment of
$2,500 cannot be bought for less
than $20,000. A man from the
east begins to suspect at once that
the owner is attempting to play a
gouge game on him, and there is a
hesitancy in making the purchase
and a good deal of misunderstand
ing all around. It is generally ad
mitted that it would be better for
all interests to raise the standard of
valuation. It has not been possible
to bring this about as yet but if
the tax per cent could be limited
hy law to a very low figure it is
possible that the assessments would
be forced up to the point of actual
value in spite of the disinclination
of the count- and municipal boards
to pay as much into the state treas
ur in taxes as their neighbors. The
plan seems entirely feasible, aud it
could be easily tried by reducing
the limit of the levy gradually from
time to time until a just and equit
able point was reached. State Journal.
Not much sympathy need be
wasted on the citizens of Louisiana
on account of the mafia or any other
band of cut-throats. If there is in
this or any other land a more con
scienceless set of cut-throats, no
account of them has so far been re
ceived. The fact of the lvnehine
of the negro Tump Hampton in
Claiborne Parish was given out by
the press some days ago but not
until May 31 was the true inward
ness of the affair known to Governor
Nicholls. It seems that Hampton
was suspected of hog stealing and a
lot jof his neighbors went to his
house to lynch him. Hampton was
a negro of more than common in
telligence, and of good standing in
the neighborhood. He told the
mob that he had nothing to do with
stealing the hogs, and finally told
them as they moved on his house,
that they must not try to enter his
door as he would defend his house
with his life. The mob paid no
attention to the "nigger" and
attempted to batter his door down.
Knowing that his life was at stake
Hampton shot one of them and
would have shot more of them had
they not retreated. The next day
he was arrested for the killing, and
as the sheriff was conveying him to
jail the mob again made an attempt
to lynch him. The sheriff prevent
ed this and got a change of venue
to another locality where Hampton
was tried and acquitted. He was
immediately arrested for hog steal
ing and taken back to Caliborne,
where his friends induced him to
plead guilty as the only means of
saving his life. He was sentenced
to one year in the penitentiary aud
and hurried off before the friends
had time to organize a lynching
party. A year after, on the day he
was liberated, the crow1, swore out
a warrant for his arrest and on his
arrival at Claiborne he was met by
an armed mob who took him from
the constable, who doubtless was a
party in the scheme and burned to
death. The next day nothing could
be found of Hampton except a few
half burned bones and a pair of
handcuffs. How long, Oh! Lord,
how long? W.
-OUB WALLACE LETTEB.
A southern orator says: '"The
pathos, sentiment and romance of
the war between the states is con
centrated and crystallized about the
cause of the confederacy. In the
north today no name thrills the
heart like that of Lee, no name
electrifies the people like that of
Stonewall Jackson, no sabre glistens
like that of Stuart." The southern
orator evidently has not been
farther north than Delaware, and
when he was in the little slate he
P 11 V I . T i - mi
ieii into a democratic caucus, mere
is no thrill or enthusiasm or romance
in the names of any of these three
leaders whatever of pathos there
maT be in their failure to overturn
SOME PACTS T0K H0USEKEEPEES.
FROM MRS. G. It. GOLVIX.
Vanilla Cookies. Two-thirds tea
cupful thick sour cream, one tea
cupful sugar, large tablespoon ful
butter, one-half te:ispoou soda, one
teaspoon baking powder.one vanilla
extract, one pint flour; roll them
and bake in a hot oven.. Koll on by
enough dough for each panful
at a time would ha, all the better.
Excellent Cookies: Three eggs,
three cups Hour or more, two cups
sugar, one cup butter, one table
spoon sour milk one-half teaspooon
soda, one teaspoon caraway seed, t
pinch ot salt. Koll hard and then
dip in graulated sugar and bake in
Cake makers are born and not
made says a writer in the New York
Ledger and there seems to be some
truth in it. judging from the small
number of first-class cake makers
we find among intelligent women.
rn v i " r- ii . i i
o oaKe succesiuuv soineuuii" mora.
than a mere rule is required. iJtiles
mean that all ingredients shall be in
the same condition and of uniform
j quantity, else there is no absolute
certainity of uniform results. This
I is an impossibility, flour and sugar
will be more or less damp and fruit
varvs in a thousand wavs.
Billy Bowlegs Gives the News of the
Metropolis of South Lincoln.
Rain farmers are hugging themselves
with delight, and with good reason.
Never in the history of this settlement,
so old-timers tell me, have crops made
such a marvellous growth as this season.
Barring hail, wheat will make a fine crop
this year without another drop of rajn.
So rain farmers are justified in wrapping
their brawny arms around themselves
and hugging away in silent ecstacyj
Will Nation has accepted a situation
with the Buckeye people as traveling
agent on this line. Will has struck his
gait at last.
It is said that Matthew Ilall will some
time in the future lead a beautiful, biush
ing maiden to the altar, for weal or woe,
$10 fees and all.
Norman Jackson has hung out his
modest little sign board announcing that
he is a full fledged "barrister and may
be seen in his office at all hours intently
going over huge volumes of legal litera
ture. His maiden plea will be eagerly
listened to by an admiring throng of
Miss Dolly Prey is learning to take
pictures of Artist Rogers. This undoubt
edly accounts for the pleasant, far awav,
sort of a yum-yum expression that 'is
noticed in all the late pictures of ' the
ytaing bloods heioahouts.
L. A. VanTilborg, our genial druggist,.
iast ween purcnased two coyotes and a
badger. All he needs now is a fly-tent
aud a tin horn and he'll be a whole side
Come to Wallace if you are btingry,
and you will be well fed and If yon feel
that life is not worth living without about
three-fingers of Cedar Creek orStoiwaU
put your walkers in motion and ride
down to the new saloon, that is if you
have silver, f..r let it bo known tbatthe
county dads have granted Carleton Tay
lor a license to sell budge until next May.
The A. O. U. W. lodge in this town is
in a very prosperous condition. They
have twenty-eight members, and expect
to initiate flfeen applicants in the oiear
Frank Hettinger has recently purchased
a new sot of veterinary surgeon instru
ments. He had to have them, for it seems
that horses have kept pace with man- in
una e.iruineiy swiu civilization of ours.
and require as gentle handling. u i
What is the rpafon that every tima the
JNortli Platte ball club is defeated the
players como home blowing, about.','
rotteu umpiring and yellow nXaXiSiLil
uieir opponents ? i ins is getting roonot
onmis, and unless 4-Anse" Haley and
"Silver" Iveliher can give a
Are Agents for the Following Well-Known Machinery, &o.
WM. DEERING BINDERS,
of which we have sold twenty-six this season.
A machine that has no equal.
DEERE HAY RAKES,
Eight, Ten and Twelve Feet.
DEERE HAY LOADERS,
which takes hay from the swath.
are not surpassed by any in material and workmanship.
fSOODHULL BUGGIES AND PHOTONS,
in grades to suit purchasers.
Work and Buggy Harness of all Classes.
DAVIS & GATWABD, NORTH PLATTE,
- Hinman Block, Front Street.
A.T OUE GEEAT -
CLOSING-OUT AND FINAL MARK-DOWN
We will make a clean sweep of all our Spring and Sum
mer Suits, Underwear, Neckwear, Children's
Suits and Boys' Suits go at
ONE-HALF THEIR ACTUAL VALUE.
Straw Hats, Felt Hats, in fact every article in our stock
goes at this sale. "We are determined to reduce
our stock no matter what the loss. So
do not delay but come at once
and get first choice.
STAR CLOTHING HOUSE,
WEBER & VOLLMER.
union. It is ill-advised, un-
rcnuir- friiflifnl ami limrnrrnnfpfl limispticn
at consular invoices shall ver- nf fin? L-?n,l if fmi
the origin of the goods in all tunitv nresents.that keens the nmf h
ses. Inis will nrevent further
iieeline of foreign fronds in nn-
the protection of the republican
treaty of reciprocity. State Jour-
An idea of the increased wealth
of the country, and the greater iin-
i V 1 i tit l ii n
jiuiiuncu auacneu 10 worlds rairs
now than in 1S7G, ma- be gained
irom a statement of the fact that
twenty-six state have already appro-
u iucu c-, u,vuu 10 secure proper
representation at Chicago, as against
a total of only $1,217,000 contri
buted for that purpose in the first-
. . .1 mi fn . i
jiaujL'u jrar. j.nere are smi twelve
states to hear from, and it is expect
ed mat tliey will swell the amount
ot state awpropriations in 1S93 to
at least $3,500,000. In IS75 Phila
delphia voted $1,500,000 for the
centennial, while Chicago will con
tribute $5,000,000 and the general
government, winch onlv expended
OU4u,uuua- rinladelphia,has already
appropriated $J,o00,000 for the
Chicago affair. Altogether it is
imniuiitu lmiiu i iic vvoiumuian ex
hibit will have about four times as
much money devoted to making it
a success as had the Centennial, and
it must be borne in mind also that
since 1S7G the purchasing power of
me nouar lias greatly increased.
and south apart. Eloquence and
rhetoric cannot make the great
wrong the south attempted right or
its traitorous attempt at secession
justifiable at the union men of the
The Mormons want statehood be
cause it would free them from the
surveillance and "interference," as
they are pleased to term it, of the
National Government. The demo
cratic part' sees in the scheme two
more democratic senators and one
additional democratic congressman.
Do not be deceived bv the cry that
the Jlormon church is not a politi-
cal body. Except in the two chief
cities in Utah Salt Lake and Ogden
it is as compact, well organized
and powerful in territorial affairs as
the democratic party in Texas. In
Twenty-three big iron furnaces
in the lUahoning Valley of Ohio.
and Shenango Valley of "J'onnsvlya-
nia. winch have been idle since
Januarv 1st, have all been nut in
blast within a short time, but this
fact has been overlooked bv the cal
amity editors. This is a nieen of
unwelcome information for the free
t rad ers. S e wa rd blade.
I are eggs, yes but there is a differ
! ence in size so that one might dis
pute one sense of the statement.
The successful cake baker must have
an instinct for conditions; must
know by the looks of the batter
when it is just right. Until this
branch of education is fully master
ed and only practice and close ob
servation will assure it. The best
rules must be followed and the
varying qualities and conditions
of the ingredients must be carefully
.. fp . . i 1 1
sluuil"u. xu bt'eure success only tne
best materials must be used. lietter
go without cake than to use in it
making strong or rank flavored
butter or eggs that are unfit fo
table use. .hither will detract from
the flavor of the cake and although.
heat is a great purifier it does not
always remove the taste of inferior
materials. This point is the gen
eral one on which unexperienced
cooks go wrong. So-called cooking
butter is not fit for anv kind of
cake or is not to anyones taste. If
the yolks of the egg's are used they
should be beaten to a cream with
the butter and sugar. The whites
of the eggs (beaten separately) can
be added with the flour and milk
and then the whole thoroughly
mixed. Add baking powder just
before the baiter is ready for the
tin and then beat very hard for half
a niinute;Iine the tins with buttered
paper and bake in a moderately hot
reason for their next defeat, the. public
will be inclined to attribute it to 'their
own yellow piling. "" '
Now of a truth did Burnett Imagine
that his mare was a trotter, and laboring"
under that hallucination hitched her to a
sulky and hied hiui to the. race track,
thinking to distance Frank Smith with
ma iuL-ii-m nurse, .inn. uiu jnmes so
quickly opened a streak of daylight be
tween them that Harry drove home dis
"listed and has siuce tried to trade the
mare for Charley Ilnyden's blue. Siii
is life. Bitter disappointments come to
us all. .
The Wallace ball club is very quiet
these days. But the boys "say that after
harvest they will drop n .team into the
field that will scoop the country .
Decoration Day exercises passed ol
smoothly, and the great credit of those in
charge. The boys in blue, in command
of Samuel Farmer, were out in full force,-
but it was noticed that the column rf
gray haired old men grows thinner ''ach
year. The gallant warriors ot thirty
years ago will soon he known! only iu
fsong and historv, and the duty of decorat
ing the graves of our fallen b":ivo be left
to other and younger hands. The veter
ans will always live green In the memo
ries of the republic.
Sam Buckner has been the victim, ot
several practical jokes, but this one is the
best: It seems that Buck thought -tome
one was trying to steal his pups. So ,'the
other nijjht the boys made a strawnan
aud leaned him up against Sam!s stable
door, and then sent Pat Sullivan around
to tell Buck that some one was trying to
TT"1. HI Hill of Grant, was down
between trains Tuesda'. lie says
that the prospects for irrigation are
'good. That U. S. engineer Camp
bell will soon make a test of the.
amount of water in the Platte and
run over the line of the proposed
canal and if his report is satisfac
tory eastern capitalists can be in
terested and the enterprise pushed
forward to an early completion.
Work on the ditches in Banner,
Scott's Bluffs, Cheyenne and Duel
counties is progressing rapidly and
those enterprises will soon be in
sured successes. Madrid News.
Now Try This.
It will cost you nothing and will surely
ifclo you good, if you have a Cough, Cold,
or any trouble with Throat, Cpest or
Lnnjy. Dr. King's New Discorery for
onsumptJoD, Congha and Colds Is guar
anteed to give relief, or money will be
,paid back. Sufferers from La Grippe
found it just the thing and under its use
had a speedy and perfect recovery. Try
a sample bottle at our expense and learn
for yourself just how good a thing it is.
Trial bottles free at A. F. Streitz's Dnur
Store. Large size 50c. aud 1,00. 23
The prospect for a large yield of
small grain is certainly encouraging.
A trip was made by the Observer
editor over a portion of Kimball aud
Cheyenne bounties and found the
country to be assuming a more pros
perous condition and the farmers in
excellent spirits, imbibed with faith
in the agricultural development of
the west. With pride they pointed
their beautiful fields of waving
grain, augering well for a bountiful
harvest. The return of confidence
in the west means an increase in im
migration, and a rapid and speedy
Judge Gaslin has been on the
bench for 10 years. He is eccentric
and unpopular with the bar. but
thus far no opponent has been found
equal to his defeat. John M. Kagan
and R. M. Batty of Hastings, two
democrats, are looking longingly at
nis wool-sack now, but the chances
are two to one that Judge Gaslin
will be his own successor.
Eastern capitalists loaning money
in Kansas now stipulate for pay
ment of principal and interest in
gold. This is an immediate result
ot the Hat foolishness of Peffer and
his followers. The danger just now
is that other borrowing states besides
Kansas will find gold clause in their j
mortgages also. JJec.
'BucMien's Arnica SaTve.
T... TJ V, - ... .
i jic ur-ar oalve in uie world for Cuts
Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Bheu m. Fever
Sores. letter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
vurus, uu an oKin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded . Price 23 cents per
box. For sale by A. F. Stkkitz.
Tim r...i: i
.. j-tiuuuiiLii: papers nave a
good deal to say about Tom Heed's
ress." t Thev
Authorized Capital, $200,000.
Paid in Capital, $50,000.
A G EXE HAL BAXKIXG BUSI
NESS Tit AX S ACT ED.
Sfc Sells Bills of Exchange on all Foreign
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
.ti -ii- t it
seem to forget
they were gn
uie enormous s
ury. mere is s
enough that the
A lodge of the political order, the
Knights of Keciprocity, has been honds at 2 per
organized at Hastings. The order
lias been having a great run in
Kansas, where it sprung into being
as an offsetfor the farmer s alliance.
It i 11 i t i t t
neciprocity is an rignr, mat is
generally conceded, and is the win
ning policy of the republican party;
but. no secret political party is need
ed to make ft the basis of a counter
move against the alliance. Let that
order hold a corner on signs, grips,
passwords and secret conclaves in
politics. The idea is sufficiently
repugnant to the American idea of
freedom in all things free speech,
free press, and untrammeled poli
tical action to run its course in
due time. The thing for the repub
lican party to do is to follow
When the credit of the Nation
is such that leading banks fioat its
cent it is evidence
of a month ago about "an empty
treasury" and "an exhausted sur
plus" were simply windy political
shrieks, not founded even on fact.
SIHLOII'S VITALIZE!! is what vim
need for Constipation, Loss of Appetite
I'izziness, anu an symptoms of Dvspep
sia. I'nce 10 and 75 cents per bottle
J50IU Dy J . 1. marker.
For lame back. side, or chest: use
oaiiou s rorous l'Jaster. Trice 23 cents
How to Keep Hams Fresh: So
many want to know how to keep
hams that are not salted sufficiently
before being smoked. Wo had diffi
culty last year and although we lost
several before removing from the
smoke house we saved the best bv
packing in dry salt. They did not
seem one whit more salt." It pre
served them and that is all. To
pack hams in wheat is a good plan.
We have done so to our satisfaction
but 'tis not everyone that has
wheat. The salt is just as good and
all can have that. Put a large box
in the cellar, cover the bottom with
salt, then put in the hams and ba
con and pour over coarse salt till
covered. I ne salt is mst as srrtod
s is a billion
ew years ago
in the treas-
larPY fin ml no
.1 i , . -q- "-..uo
.iiiu iml- government is abundantly
abie to meet all its obligations and
spare a few millions of gold for
export to Europe. Ex.
S. II. Clifford, New Cassel. YVi w-e
, . .I uu" -e"r-"!?iii and Rheumatism
nib cuomaeu was disordered, his Liver
steal his setter pups P,:t excitedly rushed development of the. country. ' The -as aifectedto alannhS cfcr"e
into the store and told Luck, wh bounced preSent condition of the country is I,lertfe" nva? was terribly reduced"
from his chair, grabbed his shotgun .and ull that could be aked or exnected r. . - II"1 s,rcnth- 'Hiree bottles of r-
the two made a wild dash for the back K imball expected. w t mcrs cured him Jj()-
a Ti i AYiuiudii uosenei. Edward bnep herd, Harrisbur" III hni
door. There, natural as life, was a man - a running sore on his leg of efeht years'
leaning up against the stable door, nppar, MERIT MEASURED BY SUCCESS. standing. Used three bottles of Flprfrtn
yjm?t , On
ently rattling the padlock (ono of the boys
had a string fastened to it.) " get
away from that door!" said Buck. Xo
answer. " anyhow!" Xo answer.
"Shoot him," said Pat, "teach him a les
son, loo many thieves in this town." "I
lhe wonderful popularity of
Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) is the
natural result ot the tests to which
the public has put it. The merits of
the medicine have remained the
same, but the knowledge of thepeo-
don't want to kill him," said Beck. They pie with respect to its remarkable
finally got him out to tiie man, and then
came a tableau, with lurid lights in pro
fusion. After Buck had quieted down
word was sent to Dr. Lenon that a man
had broken his leg and was at Buckner's
store, come quick. Wheh Doc. got there
ho gracefully set up the cigars and
laughed about it. Dr. Glessner, who had
also been sent for, made a few caustic re
marks and vanished in gloom. Both pro
fessional gentleman l)ad retired when the
summons reached them. S"ext mominir
the truly good people of Wallace were
tartlcd to see what was apparently the
victim of a lynching match hanging to a
While the city dads were considering
the applications of our two druggists for
permits recently, an amusing incident
occurred which shows how necessary
whisky is to people in all walks of life.
V. L. Harper stepped into Buckner's, and
nervously producing a llask, said, "fill
that with brandy, Buck.'- "Can't do it,"
said the genial druggist. "But I must
have it," was the excited answer. Can't
curative properties has increased
until now there is a demand for it
wherever the English language is
n r r .
spoken, a. a. o. was hrst oltered
as a specific for contagious blood
poison. For that it was, and is,
truly a specific. But it is now re
garded, wherever its virtues are
known, as a true specific for all
forms of blood disease. Whole
columns could be filled with testimo
nials to this effect.
TIIE HEV. GEO. TH AVE II, of Bour
bon, Iud., says- "Both myself and wife
owe our lives to SIIILOII.S CONSUMP
TION CUKE." Sold by J. Q.Thacker
WHY WILL VOU cough, when Shi
re immediate relie
and ?1 Sold by J
lnh's Cure will gi
Price 1U cts , 30 cts.,
CATAHBII CUBED, health and sweet
breath spcured, by bhiloh's Catarrh Bern
edy. Price 50 cents. Nas.il Injector
. -T-1 1 I T .... .
lree. ror saie Dy ,j. ij. i nacker.
IV. . ...1 . . '- - -v.iii
omurs ana seven uoxes of Bncklen's
Arnica Salve, and his leg is sound and
well. John Sneaker, Catawba. O., had
five large Fever sores on his leg, doctors
s.ud he was incurable. One bottle Elec
tric muers ana one tiox Bucklen's Arnica
Salve cured him entirely. Sold by F
Streit.'s Drug store. iy
A I-IXK PRTt'KK FKKK.
Wo aro authorized by tho Omaha
Weekly World Herald to tako subscrip
tions to tho Weekly World-Herald till
June ,10, on the following terms:
Itiuch person who subscribes this
month to the Weekly WorlcMIerahl for
one e.-ir mrotigii us and pays 81.00 for
thesamo will reccivo frco a beautiful
colored copy of tho celebrated paintiw
1 - . . rati r
cnneti "iio Kussian Feast."
Wo have at our oflice a sample copy of
this picture aud shall be glad to show it
to any who may call.
This offer expires Juno .'50.
HAVE YOU SEEN THO
our Watches? They are thj
newest thing out and great sellers.
WE ALSO CARRY A
Stock of all the Latest Novelties.
The Latest Out in Bangle Bracelets.
Take a look at them when you go by the window.
CLINTON, THE JEWELER,
U. P. Watch Examiner.
A. F. STREITZ, .
Corner Drug Store.
ing our pork and always read with
! interest any ideas on the subiect.
i e i u - i J ,
I uumt; j;eupie &;iv a;iit is not COOa
. T. S. C. E. AT MIXXEArOLIS.
See that vour tickets read vin fl,r
i. i-i i . - ii l- i i
swaignc along on lis oia lines ana Union Pacific. To those desiring to visit elusion that the tronhlo w.i
uin HSI.UUC1 v luii i uui iw uiwtiiu ji nnpam s. nn.. n innn t no miut.nn f-. . i i. i i . i
- , - , - , , . , 1 ' ' ""-"JB iu iyuuiiUIUU. JTUfh. suouiu not Oe
1 - i , mi m . I
!i.myf .urn il win leinam lur jear tian Endeavor, July 9th to 12th. the the brine or after. Tt must: 1,p salt-
to come the true party of the peo
ple. Kearney Hub.
"HACKMETACK," a lasting and frag
rant perfume. Price 25 cents. Sold by
J Q. Thacker.
Union Pacific will sell tickets to Minne- ed in clean barrels. When mpnf i
apolis from all coupon stations at one once tainted no matter how clean
fare for the round trip. Call on or write n, i :l l ! Cia-1
to me for particulars. V rei , uanuot oe usea again.
J. u. Fehgcsox, nave uirown away the old bar-
Agent Union Pacific System, j rel and pack our pork" in stone jars.
help it, the law wont iillon me to sell it.
inrl tl.t.t fnfflr. ! . ti T s-. t
I .. scuica ii. vr. uiessner next
j tried to get it, but after a short interview
j with Buck, wrath filled his soul, and he
I quickly departed. Application at Van
Tilborg's was also fruitless. Mr. Harner
really needed the medicine for his little
child, who was quite ill. A temporary
permit was granted the next day.
At a late hour the citizens of Wallace
were aroused to a sense of their u$uni
j;md .then tint it would not keep '? aJT iMS ,
w.v., ,tv, mm, v-uiuc iu uie uuu- a -ui in j mv ceieoration . I ia oitv i...n
was tilled with enthusiastic citizens i
i'"'-"- " . vu ".'a ijwaeu w usiray ex-
iJtusca .uiu u rousing ceieoration uuani-
niousiy aecjareu. rrograms will he
arrangeu mis weeK.
rii-o, lui nil witn Dyspepsia after f in mo.-ir. is nco,l ;,.;., f I
Liver Complaint? Shiloh's -ii.,H,OB ! ,, T . , , ."".' ""e..lu
pu:irnnt..Pd f rnro vnn i.i k,. t n I l,le stoclc so nothing IS Wasted. We
- ' V I Lrt-.. U I J I Ji 11 - 1
;er. irau u ut?ai ot irouoie in K
ARE YOU MADE miserable by Indi
gestion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of
Appetite, 1 ellow Skin ? Shiloh's Vitall-1
zer is a posmve cure, bold by Thacker.
ii ,...i l.. n ii
ii is urn lu juuge uj tne auuress
just issued by the chairman of the
prohibition state central committee
that it is the purpose of that orga
nization to begin fighting for tiro
iiiuitiuu on uvn lines, rirsc an
attempt will be made to put th
ballot in the Hands ot woman, and
then another effort will be made to
submit a constitutional amendment
dealing with prohibition. It mav
require a good 'many years to get
around to this point again, but the
reformers promise to give us the
P 1 1
wearisome or another campaign
some time in the misty future. The
prospect is rather depressing for the
people who feel that they are in
danger of living to a green old age.
CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and
Bronchitis immediately relieved by
Shiloh's Cure. Sold by J. Q. Thacker.
SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY a
positive cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and
Canker-Mouth, Said by Thacker.
Drills, Mod Lc-h i es,
TO j am cii i fca Spec fcac 1 es,
.Vai 1 1 tors' Supp 1 ics,
DEUTSCHE APOTHEKE. NO. PLATTE.
HERvSHEY & CO.,
fining l(egi!ted Bull? fat 0ale AGRICULTURAL I M P L E M E N TS,
F. F. WESTOX,
Box North Platte, Xeb.
Farm seven miles west.
J-anrf Office at North Plntte. Xeb )
, . J"no 16th, 1591. ' f
namI wtllcr h fil notic of her in n to
ipako final proof in EBpPortoflc- claim nil
that .-aid t.roof will lo mL'ln iV. '. .i.cl .;m-r!.aa
nn.1 iUcMver nt North Vhato. :U , ".Vi5
-3. l-'.'l. viz: jlary K. Kavor i-l, ir "if
o.'XUl. for tl.e sr.n'h 'l.ulf -
onartcranaiohlan-i 2 of fctirn I. l;Cn.l,in
"i ran-'f SO. west. 5-h- nmnpu ;, f..n.,-. '
witnesses to proro hor continnons rt-M.-a-c
npon and cultivation of saiil land viz- S 1
CHUir.1,,,1 John It. Chapin JanlS? K. of
Was PO ' Tnomas totefflon. of
3fi J on" Nesbitt, Register.
g'ons, Oa,rxIa,g:es, Euugrg-Ies,
'UjO.A.JD cabts, etc.
Agents for the Celebrated
iboodhue and ChallenoTR Wind
Agents for Union Sewing Machines.
North Platte, - -