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Entered at the North Platte (Kebrasio) postoffice as
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1891.
REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET,
For County Treasurer,
J. H. CLARK.
For County Clerk,
GEORGE C. STODDARD.
For Clerk or the District Court,
WILLIAM C. ELDER.
D. A. BAKER.
For Countv Superintendent,
MARY E. HOSFORD.
For County Judge,
JAMES M. RAY.
For County Surveyor,
CHARLES P. ROSS.
DR. E. B. "WARNER.
Tie Bepublican County Convention.
0n Saturday last the republican
county convention met at the court
house and nominated a clean ticket
of clean men that will commend
itself to the intelligent, patriotic
citizens of Lincoln county without
regard to politics.
The work of the convention was
' characterized by fairness and har
mony. The contrast between the
-work of this convention and the
ring independent convention held
three weeks ago, was a subject of
general comment. In the republi
can convention it can to truly said
- that in every case "the office sought
the man." In no instance was a
nomination secured by wire pulling
or trading, nor do we know of a
single instance where a candidate
solicited a delegate to vote for him.
The delegates were inspired by one
common impulse to find the very
best material in the county for the
various offices, and right well have
they performed their duty. Each
and every man upon the ticket is
well qualified to fill the office for
which he has been nominated, and
we ask the intelligent voters of
Lincoln county to size them up with
their opponents nominated by the
ring independent convention. Take
John H. Clarke, the republican
nominee for county treasurer, a
good farmer, a good citizen, and an
old soldier, a man who neyer sought
an office. The nomination came to
him unsought, he was at his home
forty miles away when he was nom
inated, and had no knowledge that
his name would come before the
convention. How was it with his
opponent, Stevens, a candidate for
office before he was in the county
two years, holding the office of state
senator, we find the track of his
buggy wheel all over this county,
. - where he has been setting up the
i? -Tins for his nomination to another
t office. Farmers which doyou prefer?
'the man who souehfc the omce, or
ithe man the office sought?
David A. Baker was not a candi
date for the nomination of sheriff.
But the nomination came to him
unsought and in response to the
demands of the law abiding citizens
of all parties, and from all parts of
the county, who demanded that the
best sheriff Lincoln county has ever
had should be retained in the inter
est of the whole people. How is it
with his opponent, Bill Beatty, the
notorious bully and bull-dozer, who
secured his nomination by trading
in the convention, himself being a
delegate, by voting for himself,
when his opponent, Jacob Miller,
who was also a candidate, refused to
vote for himself; who for the past
year has been laying' the wires to
secure the nomination. A man
who is utterly bereft of every qual
ification that" goes to make a good
officer. Thank God! there is no
danger of Bill Beatty being sheriff
of Lincoln county. His defeat is
conceded by his own party friends.
For clerk the republicans have
nominated George C. Stoddard, a
clean cut republican, the choice of
Wallace, the greatest of our farming
precincts, a man who is in every
sense of the word capable, and who
will fill the office with credit. His
nomination came to him spontan
eously, without any effort on his
part. His opponent, J. E. Rider, is
a notorious office seeker, always
after office in one partj or another.
It is only three Tears ago that he
was a candidate for commissioner
on the democratic ticket, and as
this is the year that the office seeker
must take a back seat, the voters
will see that he is elected to stay at
For county judge, James M. Itay
is the nominee. Thatihe is capable
and will make a painstaking officer
is conceded. Mr. Ray is also an
old soldier and an old citizen, his
nomination was unanimous and
came to him unsolicited, a tribute
to a good citizen and a well read
lawyer. His opponent, calamity
Stockton, is a fair sample of the
broken down political hack, that
scum like has been brought to the
surface by the late agitation. A
man who by scheming and wire
pulling succeeded in getting himself
appointed to the office of county
judge before he had been a resident
of the county six months. A man
who when he appeared before the
bar committee as an applicant for
admission to the bar, failed because
he was absolutely ignorant of the
first principles of law. A man who
is as much out of place in tne
coauty judge's office as a bull would
he in a china shon. Farmer
friend, when you go to the polls in
largest majority ever given to a
candidate in the county.
For the office of clerk of . the
district court, the convention
honored itself by renominating that
gallant soldier, homesteader and
loyal citizen, W. C. Elder, of Medi
cine precinct. "Medicine Bill" as the
boys call him, has endeared himself
to the old soldiers, the farmers and
all good citizens with whom he has
been brought in contact. Always
courteous, good natured and oblig
ing, ready at all times to sacrifice
his own interests to confer a favor
on a friend, and Bill's friends are
legion. The opposition ring candi
date is Tim T. Kelliher, errand boy
for the ring, a good boy but without
any experience in the duties of the
office. Under the training of the
ring Tim has commenced office
For surveyor the republican con
vention presents the name of Charles
P. Ross, a competent surveyor, and
a courteous officer, in whose hands
the interests of the homsteader and
land owner will be safe. His op
ponent, Paul G. Meyer, the ring
candidate, may be a competent sur
veyor and a scholar in his own
language, but he ought to refrain
from running for office long enough
to become a citizen of the United
States, and learn to write intelli
gently in the English language. If
Meyer should be elected, it would
be necessary for the commissioners
to employ Ross or some other com
petent man to write up his records
For the office of coroner the re
publicans present that popular
public spirited citizen, Dr. E. B.
Warner. A man who always does
his duty wherever he is put, and it
will be "his pleasant duty to hold his
first inquest on the corpse of the
independent party of Lincoln
county. His opponent, Tom Fort,
is an old time chronic office seeker,
who has belonged to all the political
parties that ever existed.
One of the planks of the inde
pendent count7 convention was to
the effect "that the office should
seek the man," yet the meloncholy
fact that in the case of their nomi
nees for sheriff, judge and treasurer,
the nominations went to the men
who for ayear past had been setting
up the pins all over the county to
secure the nominations, all three of
them being broken down political
hacks that had been spewed out of
the old parties.
As to their other nominations they
were in eyer instance dictated by
the ring, composed of Boss Beatty,
Calamity Stockton and the Saintly
Stevens. Independent brother
if you believe in that plank of your
platform, and desire to carry it into
practice, then you will cast your
vote for the entire republican ticket,
where in every instance "the office
sought the man." When the work
of the republican convention was
completed, there was not one dele
gate but felt that he had done
his whole duty, that the ticket
could not be bettered, and thev
went to their several homes with
a determination to give the entire
ticket their hearty support, and to
redeem Lincoln county from the
misrule of the calamity shriekers
How was it with the delegates to
the calamity convention? Two
thirds of them left town swearing
vengeance against the nngsters.
When the ides of November roll
around the calamity crowd will be
buried under an avalanche of votes
cast bv their hitherto deluded fol
lowers, and the glorious sun of
prosperity will shine upon
redeemed people, the old flag will
be floating in the breeze, and the
attempt to found a political party
bv arraying one class against
another will have received its death
Righteous indignation still pur-
sueth the political hulks who seek
office through the political alliance
The weakly Era thinks The Tei-
buxe is Era-tated. Yes, just about
as much as the smallest fly irritates
A stroxg republican league club
has been organized at Wellfleet and
the boys down that way will do
valiant work for the success of the
Saturday was a chilly day for
the independent leaders and their
small retinue of followers. Stock
ton is reported to have locked him
self in his office and wept oyer his
chances for election.
"Farmers the Era is your paper"
Era. Yes, it should be after a
few of them were gulled into pay
ing S2.50 for a year's subscription
to the spike, but it isn't. It is the
organ of the office-seekers.
J. H. Broady, of Gage county,
received the democratic nomination
for the supreme judgeship at the
democratic state convention held at
Grand Island last week. For regents,
F. A. Brogan and Captain Henn
inger were nominated.
The republican papers throughout
the state are favorable to the nomi
nation of .ex-Judge Reese for the
supreme bench. He is a man of
unquestioned ability and commands
the confidence of the people as well
as their votes
The many friends of Judge
Hamer in Liucoin county will be
glad to learn that he was nominated
last week to succeed himselr as
judge of the twelfth judicial district.
The Judge, it is safe to say, will be
elected by a handsome majority.
That true republican and old
soldier, Saml. Farmer, of Wallace
precinct, spent a good part of last
week in town attending the reunion.
Sam has had his coat off for some
time working for the success of the
grand old party.
From all over the county comes
the gratifying news that the mem
bers of the alliance are forsaking
the false prophets and returning to
the republican fold. A years trial
has convinced them that the re
form (?) party is just the opposite
of what it claims to be.
Dictator Beatty knows as well
as anyone that Mrs. J. K. Stevens
receipted for certain aid supplies
last winter, hence his refusal to
make a bet with John Keith to the
contrary. Beatty is a great bluffer
but he got his foot in it when he
made a pla7 at Keith.
In order to be of
"Never saw such a harmonious
convention," is the verdict expressed
by the delegates and spectators who
attended baturdays convention;
"and the ticket is a dead sure
The republican party has ever
been the soldiers friend, and has
never failed to recognize ,them.
Clark, Baker, Elder and Ray upon
the republican ticket is a fitting
recognition of the old soldier.
The republican judicial conven
tion, for the thirteenth district, will
be held at Ogalalla Saturday next.
The several counties are entitled to
representation as follows: Arthur
1, Banner 3, Chevenne 5, Deuel 3,
Kimball 2, Keith 2, Lincoln G,
Logan 5, McPherson 2, Perkins 3,
Scott's Bluffs 2.
If the Era is the farmers' paper
why does it not publish the two
sets of resolutions sent in by the
farmers of the south part of the
county? But, the Era is not
farmers' paper by a large majority.
Its policy is dictated by the machine
which has its headquarters in North
benefit to the
neonie and tne country, a retorm
party must be led by meu who are
leaders from principle and not for
the sake of office. Look at the line
of office-seekers in this county who
claim to be the independent leaders.
Great reformers, thev.
Ax alliance circular now being
sent out says: "The honest farmer
needs honest advisors." This prob
ably accounts for the farmers re
pudiating such men as Stevens.
Stockton, Beatty and others in such
a wholesale manner. The honesty
of purpose possessed by the ring
could be stored in a pill-box. aud
quite a little room would be left.
In electing H. M. G rimes chai
man of the county central commit
tee, the convention placed at the
head of the campaign work an
earnest, energetic and ever-alert
true blue republican. If the centra
committeemen give Mr. Grimes the
proper help, and there is no doubt
but they will, every candidate on
the ticket will be elected bv the old-
The head chief of the southern
alliance, Col. E. L. Polk, has been
in Kansas for a few days, but he
4 I 1 " TT
won f. remain tnere lonjr. lie was
in command at the Salis bur y (N. C.)
prison during the war and some of
the ex-prisoners living in Kansas
have discovered him. Except for
the intervention of the police,
Colonel Polk would have left
Wichita the other night encased in
i coat of tar and feathers.
HERE IS ANOTHER ONS. .;
Well Precinct, Sept 12,18924
At a meeting of Pleasant TJaiwL
Alliance No. 2543 " Well pjecinit',.
the following resolutions, were
Resolved, That we denonricjfcne
proceedings of the independent
convention that was held in' '"Natty
Platte August loth on the grounds
that the ticket was manipulated by
men who have long since exhausted
their usefulness in both the old
parties, and as farmers we do-not
care to be led by worn out politi
cians; therefore we do not consider
it our duty to vote for any manon
the ticket who is inferior to those
who may receive the nomination on
any other ticket. J.
Resolved, That a copy of these
resolutions be sent to the several
papers of the county for publica
tion ; also that a copy ,be spread oil"
the minutes of the meeting.
G. A. Schrecongast,
E. L. Garrison, -A.
all in Lcavcsing Power. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, i3So.
The importance .of the state cam
paign this year can scarcely be "over
estimated. It is not merely an off
year election of three state officials;
it is a crucial trial of strength be
tween the republican party and the
independent organization. With
the independents life itself is at
stake, for which the defeat of
Edgerton and the state ticket their
star goes behind the horizon never
to rise. It will be titter demoraliza
tion and a return of the members
to allegiance with one or the other
of the old parties. If Edgerton be
elected the next legislature and the
next United States senator, as well
as most or all the next state officers,
will probably be independents. In
other words, the, hope of future
successes is bound up in the elec
tion of this ignoramus to the high
ollice of chief justice of the supreme
court. These conditions make it
absolutely essential that the reuub-
icau ticket be wholly reputable and
free from all appearance of corpora
tion influence, as well as individually
strong. We cress swords with a
powerful enemy fighting with all
the energy of desperation asking
and expecting no quarter. -The
powers of social ostracism and dark
lantern cabals are back of the inde
pendent party aud we hafe no easily
vanquished foe to meet if we per
mit hint to eram anv vantace srround
whatever. liepublicaks all over
Nebraska must bear constantly in
mind the.tremendous importance of
tins election upon the future of
their party and state. rBee.
Those who are interested in the
merits of the various cough medi
cines should read the statement of
Mr. S. B. Walker, a prominent
I ' 1 1 I A I
citizen ana aruggist, at uaiamus.
Iowa. It is as follows: "I have
sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
It is-quite likely that a great many people in North.
Platte and surrounding country will find that among
the necessary articles to he purchased this fall will be
When purchasing a stove at least two things are
taken into consideration, THE QUALITY and THE
PRICE. Now, in these two requisites we can suit
you to a T, whether it be a heating or cook stove. In
the former we have the celebrated
SQUARE BADIANT HOME,
a stove that is acknowledged to have no superior in
the market. It combines grace and finish vrith ex
cellence in make and material. Another heater
which stands at the front rank is the
Like the Radiant Home it stands at the head, and we
invite inspection as to its merits. We also have a
full line of other heating stoves good in quality but
cheaper in price. Our line of
Is varied in style, quality and price, ranging from the celebrated
"Majestic Steel Range to the ordinary and cheaper patterns. We
are anxicus to show purchasers our line of goods
to give us
H. S. KE
years, and it has
universal satisfaction to my custom
ers. I use 110 other 111 mv iamilv.
and have never called si doctor for
any throat or lung trouble. We
feel that we could not keen house
sale by A. F.
A poll was taken of the dele
gates to the New York democratic
state convention. The question
was: "who is your choice for the
democratic nomination for presi
dent in 1S92?" A summary of the
answers follows: For David B. Hill
245, for Grover Cleveland S3, for
James E. Campbell 3, for William
C. Whitney 3, for Arthur P. Gor
man 3, for Alfred C. Chapin 1. non
committal 153, total 491.
A STRONG pull and a steady pull
by the republicans of the county
will sink'such chronic office-seekers
and blatant demagogues as Stock
ton, Beatty, Stevens, Fort, et. al.,
into oblivion so deep that it will
take them years to emerge. We
have got them on the run and they
already show signs of fatigue.
Our independent brethren are
very anxious to catch the old soldier
vote by pretending to be friendly
to them. But in the late conven
tion they gave the lie to their pre
tentious by igBorin? them eutirely.
Every old soldier who presented
himself for nomination, was
November, see to" it that you cast slaughtered except Fort, who was
your vote tor James M. Ray ana oy nominated ior curuuer suupiv
so doing you will rescue this im
portant office from the hands of
For COUntv siinprinfonilpnf. the
convention,Tn response to an almost
because none of the Aembers of the
ring wanted that office; there waa
no money in it. Wnat else couia
you expect from a party founded by
a rebel Winiier. who makes his
And talking about railroad passes,
Mr. 11 arum, how about the one used
by your political saint, J. K. Stevens,
member or the late senate and
pliant tool of the Omaha stock
yards company? Yes, and the pass
used bv Mr. Derby, assistant ser-
gea'nt-at-arms of the senate, when
lie returned to this citv after the
adjournment of the legislature.
How did these men obtain those
pieces of cardboard which entitled
them to ride free over the railroads?
Is it possible that they were given
in return for the performance of
nnammons demand from the people boast that the principal object of
"of Lincoln countjLplaced in nomi- the party h to break down the re-
nation thaiV carMoTr comnetent. nnblican Battr. o the? will be
poplar lady, Miss enabled to repeal the pension
We present this week for. the
consideration of the independent
chronic office-seekers a little com
munication from Pleasant Alliance
No. 2543. This is the second erup
tion of the political Vesuvius, aud
from the rumblings which are com
ing in rrom the country precinct
others even more forcible and over
whelminsr may be expected. The
leaders of a reform partv must be
reformers and not moss-back office-
seekers if they would hope to have
influence with the people. Every
leader of the independent movement
in Lincoln county is an office-seeker,
ud this being their only motive tor
being iu the partv it is no wonder
that the farmers are passing their
resolutions of denunciation.
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A 2TASAL INJECTOR free with each
bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price .
50 cents. Sold by J. & Thacker..
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miser-
t terrible conch. "8uil6h
What is possible at present on
American railroads was demonstra
ted last week when a train made up who tied up with the alliance
of tnree mail cars, weighing 22G,- thonirht thv saw a nmnlnfo n
UUU pounds, drawn bv one or the
new standard passenger locomotives,
made the run from New York to
Buffalo, a distance of 43G- miles, in
440 minutes. This was a speed of
on!7 a little less than a mile a min
ute, maintained for more than seven
consecutive hours, and was a feat
never before accomplished any
where in the world. This run not
only shows what can be done now
on American railroads but contains
a suggestion of what may be possi
ble in the near future.
IT IS SETTLED
By the testimony of thirty odd year? ex
perience, and of thousands of reliable
conscientious people,that HUMPHREYS
SPECIFICS are unrivaled as household
remedies. The tensf thousands of fam
ilias who habitually use icd rely uuon
them have less of sickness, better general
health, live longer and pay less for it
than anr other class in the land. They
are not poisoned, their systems are not
drugged, or depleted or undermined with
medicines, their little ailments are soon
cured, and graver ones prevented, and
every dose is a builder of constitutional
vigor and stamina. No wonder the fami
lies who have been raised upon them
cling with such tenacity to them. The
diseases incident to children and locution,
summer complaints, marrneas, dysen
teries, scarlet feyer aud whooping cough,
malaria, fever and ague or rheumatism
puss oft as harmless visitations or are
summarily suppressed, while severer dis
eases lind slight lodgment in organism so
Thousands also of farmers, breeders,
stablemen, express, manufacturing and
mining companies confess that HUM
PHREYS' VETERINARY SPECIFICS
have emancipated them from the drug-'
eery or sick stock, ns well as having
saved them thousands of dollars.
Another 875,000 to $100,000 of
the money of the "poor farmers"
cal elixer in the independent move
ment, has gone where the woodbine
twineth. This time the manager
of a Georgia alliance exchange
shows a shortage of the amount
named. He himself doesn't show
up. If this thing keeps on ": Canada
will be so full of reformers that the
independents can move their camp
oyer there and go into business
without opposition or competition.
A Safe Investment;
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satisfactory results, or in case of failure a
return of purchase- price. On this safe
plan you can buy from our advertised
Druggist a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
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teed to bring relief in every case, when
used for any elTection of Throat, Lungs
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pleasant and agreeable to taste, perfectly
sefe and can always be depended upon.
Trial bottles free at A. F. Streitz's Drug
There is another hen on. Infor
mation comes to the Lincoln Jour
nal that attorneTs are engaged to
investigate the operations of the
managers of the reform movement
iu this state, with a view of dis
covering "where the money has
gone that the impoverished tann
ers have been contributing the last
two years or so to the cause. A
suspicion has got abroad that it has
worked its way into the exchequers
of the chaps who are running the
"education" machines that two or
thi-ee individuals without visible
means of- support are flourishing
The fact that Secre
has given orders to have his Wash
ington residence rcadv for occu
pancy on the st;of October, will be
sad news tor the democrats, noil;
means that he will then resume the
work or making things as uncom
fortable as possible for their party.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
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tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction.
or money refunded . Price 25 cents per
box . h or sale by A. F. Streitz.
Ex-President Groyer Cleveland
continues to take a large part in the
Ohio campaign, where Major ITc
Kinley quotes him daily on the sil
ver question iu opposition to the
Ohio democratic platform. It is
not the first time that Cleveland
bus put a club into republican
hands with which to beat his own
party. His famous free trade mes
sage was the first one.
CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and
Bronchitis immediatelv relieved bv
Shiloh's Cure. Sold by J. Q. Thacker. "
ARE YOU MADE miserable bv Indi.
gestion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of
Appetite, Yellow Skin ? Shiloh's Vitali-
zer is a positive cure. Sold by Thacker
I lie prosperity in Kansas which
the committee of the state republi
can clubs points out will be a revel
ation to such persons as have nut
any credence in the wild stories of
the democratic and alliance dema
gogues. The wealth of the state
is rapidly increasing, farm mort
gages are being paid up promptly,
tiuu an triuuL guou times such as
the state never experienced before
has been entered upon.
Star Clothing House.
1AR0AIN SEEKERS TAKE NOTIG
"We are prepared to show you one of the
finest and most complete lines of
west of Omaha, and will sell
FURNISHING GOODS, HATS,
cheaper than ever;
Yisitors to the city during the Eeunion and Fain
will be able to save at least
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by making their purchases at the Star.
G. A. R. Suits from $6.50 Up.
Overcoats from 2.50 up.
A good G-. A. H. Hat with band
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North. Platte, - N&k.
PsH " '
Authorized Capital, $2000001
Paid in CaDitaV$50,0'30.
A GENERAL BAXKIXG BUSI
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Dr. N. McOABE" Prp.
J. E. BUSH, Ma nager.
NGETH PLATTE PHARMAC Y9
Successor to J. Q. Thacker.
TO HANDLE THE BEST GRADE OF GOODS,
THEM AT REASONABLE PRICES, AND W ARRANT
Expenditures for pensions for the
iscal year ending June 30, 1S91, as
now oinciallv stated, amounted to
812-1,415.051.40. In the fiscal year
nding June 30, 1890, we paid
8100,257,534, while in the year be
fore that we paid 8S7,G44,779.11.
u the last ten years our pension
payments have amounted to $77G,
2S2,100.07. The cost of the German
army, is for this year estimated at
$S0,979,733. Besides the pensions
our army costs 830,000.000 annually.
When rou desire a pleasant
physic, one that will cleanse vour
system aud give 3-011 the clear head-
euness and buoyancy of youth, try
St. Patrick's Tills. They are the
most pleasant cathartic and liver
puis in use, and after having once
tried them, we are confident that
you will never be satisfied with any
other kind. 25 cents per box. For
sale by A. F. Streitz Druggist.
The pension disbursements
fallen about eifrht million dollara
short of the appropriations, and the
next congress will not be asked,
therefore, to pass a deficiency bill,
as has usually happened. It is to
be hoped that the democratic papers
will not neglect to mention this
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Mrs. E. Gleason, of Salem, Dent
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diarrhoea after years of standing
when it seemed I could live no
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state and several in Iowa, but thev
couia ao nothing ior me. 1 was
finally induced to try a bottle of
your medicine. After usinsr three
bottles of it I was entirely- cured. I
cannot say enough in its praise. I
.wish that every family knew the
worth of it as I do, and I am sure
they would never do without it."
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ror saie oy .. i . atreitz
The recent concession which the
L Mexican government has granted to
James W . Perch, of Philadelphia,
for the establishment of a line of
steam-ships to run between Phila
delphia and Mexican spaport towns,
is very important, and will have the
effect of bringing the two countries
into much closer relations. It is
proposed to make the offies of
THE EIGHTH WONDER
Is the Sioux City Corn Palace. This
Festival opens Oct. 1, closes Oct.
i f 1 om a i .
ii, xowx. .MLuiung me numerous
attractions are the Mexican Military
Band of 50 skilled musicians, and
an exhibit from Central and South
America, accompanied bv a family
J Natives in their Peculiar Dress".
1 he Union Pacific has made a rate
of One Fare for the Round Trip,
pins 25 cents for double Bridge
fare. For dates of sale, limit-?, olo...
uwiu uivicii uuu nno I 7
toHILOU.S CONSU3IP; I PP'J joar nearest Union Pacific
mm wrJ. llcier;i
Snif.OII'S CATARRH REMEDY a
positive cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and
Canker-Mouth, Sold by Thacker.
Snir.QH'S VITALIZER is what you
need for Constipation. Loss of Appetite,
.Dizziness, and all symptoms of Dyspep-
Pnce 10 and 75 cents per bottle
Id by J- Q. Thaokr-
11EV. GEO . THAYER, of Lour-
tays "Until myself and wife
Messrs. Perch & Co., in Philadel
phia, headquarters for information
of a commercial nature regarding
Mexico, and this company intends
f r nnniniln nn.l -...1. it i
"u v-wii"i; ami puuusil ;i moiltUlV
bulletin from information gathered
by their agents in the principal
Mexican cities. This concession
huows great liberality on the part
ul uie iuexican government, and its
importance to this country
scarcely be calculated.
EVERYTHING- AS REPRESENTED.
orders from the country and along the line of
Pacific Railway Solicited.
am now prepared to furnish yourwi nter supply
of coal at the following price s : '
Pennsylvania Anthracite, delivered,
Colorado Anthracite, delivered,
Rock Springs Lump, Rock Spi rings Nut,
Hanna and Colorado Lump at lowe st prices.
Yard West Front St. SMT TH CLA RTPT
A. F. STREITZ,
i uesire to say to our citizens, that for
years i have been selling Dr. King's Ken
Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King's
2s ew Life Pills. IJueklon's Arnlcn Snlvi.
aud Electric Hitters, nnd hnve never
handled remedies that sell a-s nell or that
have civen such universal suti-f.'ution I
do not hesitate to guarantee iheia ewry
time, and I stand rc tdy to rt f: nd the
purchase price, if satis! actnry r suits n
not follow their use. Theio remedies
have won their popularity purelv on their
merits A. F. Btreitz, Druggist,"
orner Drug Store.