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NOTICE FOIl PUBLICATION.
Land Office at North Platte, Neb., I
July lltn. 1892. J
Notice is hereby given that tho following
named Battler has filed notice of hi intention to
make final proof in support of his claim and
that said proof will be made before theKecister
and Receiver of the O. 8. Land Office at North
Platte. Neb., on September 7th, 1892, viz: William
J. Manery, who made Homestead Entry No.
12,G9(j for the southeast quarter of tho southwest
quarter and tho west half of the southeast
quarter and lot 4, esction 30, township 10 north,
range 29 west. He names the following witnesses
to prove nit continuous residence upon and culti
vation of said land, viz: George H. Smith. Chas.
8. Wills and Alfred W. Davenport all of Whiltier.
276 A. S. BALDWIN lSegister.
North Platte National Bank,
NORTH PLATTE,. NEBRASKA.
-Paid lip Capital,
W. W. BIRGE,
C. F. IDDIXGS,
A. JF. STREITZ,
O. M. CAKTER,
M. C. LINDSAY,
D. W. 1SAKEK.
A. D. 3UCKW0BTU.
Segister. 1 AU business trusted to us handled promptly, carefully, and at lowest rates.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Land Office at North Platte. eb.. )
July 19th, 1892. J i
named settler has filed notico of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, aud
that said proof will be made before llegister and
Receiver at North Platte, Neb., on September
7th, 1892, viz: Isaiah C Mann, who made U. E.
No. 13178, for the east half southwest quarter anil
west half southeast quarter of section 82, town
shiplUnorth, range 27 west. He names the follow
ing witnesses to prove his continuous residence
upon and cultivation of said land viz: James
H. Davenport, of Whittier. Neb.; George E.
Hardin, of Willard. eb.; Bobert A. Manery, of
Willard, Neb.; and Edgar E. Whetsell, of Whittier,
286 " A. S. BALDWIN, Register.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION,
Land Office at North Platte, Nebr., t
August 5th, 1892. .$
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make finnl proof in support of his claim. and
that said proof will be made bofore the Begister
and Receiver at North Platte, Neb., on Septem
ber 19th, 1892, viz: George M. Wilson, who made
Homestead Entry No. 12953 for lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 of
section 18, township 16. range 28. HenAmefl the
following witnesses to prove his continuous resi
dence upon and cultivation of said land, viz:
Christopher E. DiehL John II. Allison. Joseph
Little and Clement H. Lane, allot Myrtle. Lin
coln county, Nbr. . .
310 A. S. BALDWIN, Begister.
' NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Land Office at North Hntte. ioftr. )
August 10th, 1892. J r
Notice is hereby given that the foUowing-nampd
scttlci lias filed notice of his intention to make
final proof in support of his claim and that said
proof will be made before the Begister nnd Be
cViver at North Platte. Neb., on Sept. 17th. 1892.
viz: Reube Stnrkey who made H. E. No. 11701
tor lh -northeast quarter ction 22, townsen; 12
north, range SO west. He names the following
witnesses to prove his continuous residence
npon and cultivation of, said land, viz: George
E. Prosser. Carl Somerninnn, Cyrus Edward, of
Watts P. O., Neb., and John Harden, of North
316 A. 8. BALDWIN. Begister.
T. C. Pattebsox, Att'y-
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Ofiico at North Platte, Neb. , )
August 13th. 1892. J
Notice is hereby given that the foBowing
uamed bettlerhas filed notice of her intention
to maso final proof in support of ber claim and
that said proof will bo made before the Begister
and Receiver of tho U. 8. Lund Office at North
Platte. Neb., on September 27th, 1892, viz:
Samantlia McConnaugliay, who made Homestead
Entry No. 13,590 for the northeast quarter of sec
tion 1ft. township 13 north, range 30 west. She
name the following witnesses to prove her
continuous residence upon nnd cultivation of
saidlnnd, viz: John Bejer!. Kobert Williner.
Frank Dpwhower and William B. Ellis, nil of
North Platte, Neb.,
A. S.BALDWIN, Register.
A1TLICATI0X FON DRUGGIST'S PEBMIT.
Matter of application of A. F. Streltz for drugglft's
Notice Is hereby given that A. F. Streitz ilid
npon the -Ith day of August, 1692. file his applica
tion with the county commissioners of Lincoln
county, Nebraska, for permit to sell innlt, spiritu
ous and vinous liquors for mechanical, chemical
and medicinal purposes only in the unincorporated
town of Sutherland, in said Lincoln county, Ne
braska, from the 1st day of May, 1KJ2, to the 30th
day of April, 1693.
. If there bo no objection, remonstrance or pro
test filed within two weeks from August 4th, 1892,
the said permit will be granted.
Geo. C. STonDABD,
312 County Clerk.
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years In private practice with success,and for over
thirty years used by the people. Every single Spe
cific Is a special cure for the disease named.
These Specifics cure without drugging, purg
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ytentery GriplngtBlllousColl&... .25
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' Caashs, Cold. Bronchitis - 25
i Hearairla, iooinacue, raceacne.
12 Whites, too Profuse Piaiods... 2
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35 RheanatidB, KheumaUc Pains 2
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24 General DebilUy.PhyslcalWeaknesa .50
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Hmmphreys'MeaiclneCo.lOS Fulton St. NY.
QRUIES & WILCOX,
NORTH PLATTE, - - NE1JKASKA.
Office over North Platte National Bank.
NOBTH PLATTE, - - - NEBBASKA.
Office: IUnman lllock. Spruce Sjreet.
QEORGE E. FRENCH,
NOBTH PL,TTE, - - - NEBBASKA.
Office over North Platte National Bank.
JR. X. F. DONALDSON,
Assistant Surgeon Union Pacific Bailway
and Member ot Pension Board,
NOBTH PLATTE, - - - "NEBBASKA.
Office over Streltz's Drug Store.
'j'JJ YSICIAX AKD Sb'liGEON,
Office: Ottenstein Block. Hours: a to 12 a. m.
'1 to 5 and 7 to H p. m.
TM. EVES, M. D.,
Office: Neville' Block. Diseases of Women
ana umidren a Specialty.
RTHUR B. AYEES,
NOBTH PLATTE, - - - NEBBASKA.
Office over Foley's Store.
Bridge, Crown and Plate Work a Specialty.
Slcn writing nnd paper hanging a Specialty.
Designs furnished and estimates given. House
painting promptly executed. Shop east of First
Fine Boot and Shoe Maker,
And Dealer In
MEN'S LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Perfect Fit, Best Work and Goods as
Represented or.Money Refunded.
REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE.
Closing : Out -:- Sale
I will close out my entire stock of Boots and
. Shoes at a GREAT SACRIFICE. Wishing
to quit the business I will give bargains
on all goods in stoch. Some of the best
goods made in this country will be
Our goods' are all the very best. JVo shoddy in
stoch. Call in for Bargains, for you never bought
Good Goods for such prices.- .
I off er at a bargain the entire stoch and' fix-
tiores to any one desiring to engage in the Boob
and Shoe trade. The reason for. selling is that
other enterprises engage my attention. Call
for bargains at
Otten's Boot & Shoe Store
Dr. N. MoOABE, Prop. J. B. BUSH, Manager.
"NORTH, PLATTE PHARMACY,
Successor to J. Q. Thacker.
WE AIM TO HANDLE THE BEST GRADE OF GOODS,
3ELL THEM AT REASONABLE PRICES, AND WARRANT
EVERYTHING AS REPRESENTED.
orders from the country and along the line of the Union
Pacific Railway Solicited.
HERSHEY & CO.,
A G R rc ULTURALIMPLE M E li T S
svr"a.g,orn.s, -Oa,xzia,g,es, rSuLgrgIea..
- ROA3D CARTS, ETC.
Agents for the Celebrated
Goodhue 'and Challenge Wind' Mills
Agents for Union Sewing machines.
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
JOS. F. FILLION,
Steam and Gas Fitting.
Cesspool and Sewerage a Specialty. Copper and Galvanized Iron Cor
nice. Tin aud Iron Roofings.
Estimates furnished. Repairing of all kinds receive prompt attention,
Locust Street, Between Fifth and Sixth,
F. J". BROEKER,
OL 33 3XT 3E2 3Et j& TXT ZD HBF AIHER
LARGE STOCK OF PIECE GOODS,
embracing all the new designs, kept on hand and made to order.
PERFECT PIT GUARANTEED.
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE
Spruce Street, between Fifth and Sixth.
. 0RTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
FINEST SAMPLE EOOM IN NORTH PLATTE
Jlaving refitted our rooms in the finest of style, the. public
is invited to call and see us, insuring courteous treatment.
Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.
Our billiard hall is supplied with the best make of tables
aud competent attendants will supply all your wants.
KEITH'S BLOCK, OPPOSITE THE UNION PACIFIC DEPOT.
A Cure for the Ailments of Man and Beast.
A long-tested pain reliever. "
Its use is almost universal by the Housewife, the Farmer, the
Stock Raiser, and by every one requiring an effective
No other application compares with it in efficacy.
This well-known remedy has . stood the test of years, almost
No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of Mustang
Occasions arise for its use -almost every day.
H druggists and dealers have it. -
IN TEE OASISOF OMAHA
Chree Thousand Shriners March in
fHE IMPERIAL COUNCIL
3penioc Builness Session of the Mystlo
Shrine Illustrious Potentate Brlcgf
Delivers His Address State of
Omaha, Aug. 16. Three thousand
aoblea of the Ancient Order of the
Mystic Shrine, with gleaming lances
md brilliant apparel, on foot, in carrl
iges and bestriding gaily caparisoned
:amels, wended their way through the
D&sis of Omaha last evening. The
:aravan was a magnificent spectacle
wd as it wound around the trail lead
ing from the temple through the hannta
Df traders, it was greeted
iisnlay of buntine, ill,
pyrotechnics. Twenty t
gathered-along the line
the grand paradedisl)ande
been reviewed by Ulustrio
Brigg3 from the Paiton
came a grand reception to
and ladies, to which they
eomed by Mayor Bemis and
Irfiv anil t.h frflfidom of the city.
Tim imnprml rntmcil ODened
t.hH Masnnic temDie. t
pinefliv after the call Potmtte
RmVitr dnlivared his annual report. H J
quoted statistics showing that tbf
were in thia country sixty-two tejapiei
and 22,,89 noWes against thirtee me,
i .1 10- Mn ;n 17Q Hf f Via f ra.
pica tiuu uuuico ii jlvjiw. ,
ternaldead. Noble Briggs said Dartd';
Kalakaua. of tho Sandwich islands; Wil
liam J. Florence and Tewfik Mohammed
Pasha, khedivo of Egypt, were the
most prominent. At the conclusion of
his address it was referred to a special
committee appointed for the purpose.
The report of the imperial treasurer
showed that the imperial council was
entirely free from debt and had a bal
ance of $16,571.42 in the treasury
After a recess for tho purpose of per
mitting the committee to report, the
gessiou was resumed and the committee
on jurisprudence at once made its re
port. The question of limiting tho
number of temples in the state to three,
after considerable discussion, was left
to the discrimination of the imperial
council. . ,
W. P. Mellis was elected imperial
potentate. Cincinnati gets the Shrine
Sterenson Talks to the Hibernians.
Bloomingtox. His., Aug. 16. General
A. E. Stevenson was the guest of tho
Ancient Order of Hibernians at their
annual celebration of the Roman .Catl-
olic feast of Assumption. m The picnic
was held at tho grounds o'f tho Bloom
incton Fair association. Gener.il Ste
venson, upon being called upon to
speak, said as follows: "I believe that
a better day is coming for tho country
from which" you or your ancestors came.
The time is in the near future when,
under the leadership of Gladstone aud
others of his party, the people of Irer
land will enjoy tho same freedom that
we have here in blessed America today.
"Wheu that day comes there will be re
joicing, not only in the hearts of Irish
peonle here, but in the whole of America."
BOTH SIDES OF THE PICTURE.
"Yoa Pays Yonr Money and You Takes
Charles Francis Ad- INow York Evening
Post. May 20, 1883.1
The painful truth, is
that we doubt Jf &
voter In this state, of
tho thousands who
Cleveland in 1834, any
longer attaches any
importance to the ut
terances of the mem
bers ot tho adminis
tration on tha subject
of civil service reform,
or any longer refuses
to believe that the
and professions have
been violated or disre
garded on a great
scale, with the ut
most boldness. In sun
dry places and divers
manners, and that
men like Judgo May
nard and Surveyor
Beattio have actually
been detailed or told
oil to practice as much
civil service abuse as
can be readily con
, cealcd or disguised
when thoy are found
nut nnA ..r..,!
Our Mugwump friends talk too much
'or their own good. Bangor Whig.
ams in Forum.
No more severe
pressure for a general
turning out of officials
and a new distribution
of places was probably
tver brought to bear
npon the head of a gov
ernment than was
brought to bear upon
after bis inauguration.
I have not the figures
before me, nor do I
caro to look them upf
but I think it will be
found that tho remov
als during President
tration were fewer in
number and less dic
tated by partisan or po
thaa those of President
Harrison, who succeed
The Calamity Candidate.
THE PLAGUE'S PROGRESS
ItsportH From Teheran Show a Iferge
lucroaio in Cholera Cases Panic
Among Working Men.
St. Peteusbukg, Aug. 16. Reports
from Teheran say that tho cholera
spreads in that city daily. Tho people
are dying at the rate of 2,000 a week
imS there is every poasibility-of greater
mortality. The streets of the city are
exceptionally filthy and the panic among
the workingmen is so complete that
workingmen cannot be found to clean
them. Efforts to press men into the
street-cleaning service in tho foulest
part of the city have resulted only inin
cipient riots. All th6 officials, whose
services are not required in the
city, have left and the court officers
have gone to Snltaneeyah. Medical
help is unknown among the poor. M it
of tho working people, moreover, live
in earth houses, which aro undrain-.-d
and are in a condition to succumb it
once to the disease. In ninotem crsos
out of twenty it is estimated the fits
ease is fatal. In the lower parts of I ho
city the people have ceased C2ri5-4tH:
their dead. Tho American mission hos
pital is treating many cases. Ontsilo
of it there is hardly an effort to stay tho
Killed Their Cap'tivo.
Rome, Aug. 16. A dispatch from
Castro, Sicily, says that brigands cap
tured a wealthy wine merchant named
Billotte and a servant. Billotto Bent
tho servant with a letter to his brokers
requesting that tho ranedm requested,
500,000 franc be forwarded
Tho servant informed the police and
a posse of twenty gendarmes started
out to attack the brigands. Tho latter
were warned by their scouts and escaped
to the mountains after hastily putting
Billotto to death. The soldiers" on reach
ing the place deserted by tho brigands,
found Billotte's bodj' in tho midst of a
pile of burning wood.
Jennie Tabor's Startling Confession.
Hudson, Mich., Aug. 16. Jennie
Tabor, of this place, who was arrested
here becauso her younger brother dis
covered twenty dynamite cartridges
concealed about their, house, has umto
a startling confession. She said she was
going to blow- up the house, together
with her brother and sister, to secure the
whole of her dead father's $5,000 estate.
She says that she was mstI2fTJ)v-Vrer
juver, wiiiiam .aieyers, wno aupfrecent.
ly compelled ner to go with
rob George Goodwin's
with the money they gotbuyj
mite cartridges. Tee oi
are satisfied that Meyers i
Grover Here's yer great extra! Ter
rible calamity! Short cotton crops
caused by drought and the tariff! New
York Commercial Advertiser.
Ixcill never help to make a laio wliich
stands in the xcay of free trade. Roger
A Most Gratifying "Sham."
The first year under our reciprocity
arrangement with Brazil was concluded
April 1, 1892.
Our exports to that country increased
$1,000,000, or 10 per cent., as a result of
Brazil's concessions to our exporters.
As for Great Britain's exports to Brazil
for the year, they fell off between $4,
000,000 and ."i,000,000.
sSuclf indisputable facts are calculated
to make one believe the Democratic na
tional convention was wrong in styling
such trade "sham reciprocity." New
York Mail and Express.
Tho Sort of Work Necessary.
The present congress has really spent
more money than its Republican prede
cessor, but by deferring the passage of
tho sundry civil bill till next December
its Democratic members can say that it
has not appropriated as much, and can
continue to use their old cry of "tho bil
lion dollar congress" for the purpose of
making capital against the Republican
party in ignorant constituencies. This
is the sort of work that is supposed to
be necessary to elect that rotund re
former, Grover Cleveland! Milwaukee
Had not Slept for Years.
3Ir. A .larkson, mi old rhidont of Rusk
Texas, and ni:ui'tj:iT nf the magnificent
new lintel at Uut-k, informs us "ho had
not slept at night for years except in
short naps, owing to iucessant coughing.
He Was advised when very much run
down to try Ballard's Horeliound Syrup;
he wa immediately relieved of his Cough
and his rest improved to such -a degree
that he could hleep roundly all night; Mr.
Jackson states: "I reard Mallard's Hore
liound Syrup superior to any Cough Syrup
on the 'maruet, and its freedom from
Opium and Morphine leave no constipa
tion after using it. For this reason alone
I consider it the best Cough Syrup in the
world for children. M Lungs are now
stronger than thi?y have been for years.
This Syrup is very soothing to the throat
and lungs." Sold by A. F. Streitz. 11
Cleveland's Prolific Pen.
Mr. Cleveland has put his prolific pen
to paper agaiu. This time it is to thank
Will S. Hays, the song writer, for a
campaign glee which was dedicated to
tho Democratic ticket. Mr. Cleveland
"expresses his belief in the "influence of
songs and music of the right sort" in
the winning of elections. This may be
so, but it is a dangerous thing to en
courage the campaign poet beyond a
certain limit, and Mr. Cleveland has
overstepped discretion. He has invited
bombardment. Syracuse (N. Y.) Stand
ard. Tho Glorious Policy of Protection.
Nothing has tended more to build up
our manufacturing industries to their
present state of prosperity, nothing has
tended more to elevate the American
workman to his present rank among the
laboring classes of the world, than the
policy of protection which was inaugu
rated by Washington aud Hamilton, en
couraged hy Jackson, and which has
been the special policy of the Republic
an party since it came into power at
the commencement of the war. Hunt
ington (N. Y.) Long Islander.
A WINNING CANDIDATE.
Duublo Tragedy Over all
SPKlNGFIEf.D. S, D,
rel botween two brothe
ton and Joshua Allen
of town, over the pi
a trumr containing
resulted in a shoo
Leighton shot Joshua in the lower part
of the face inflicting a wound from
which he will probably not recover.
Leighton then nlaced the revolve i,;.
own head and fired, inflicting a wound
irom wnicu ne uieu, after remaining
unconscious for five hours:
Kidnaped a Crew.
Victoria, B. C, Aug. 10. Formal
complaint has been laid before United
States Consul Meyers, by H. Sanson
and five other members of the crow of
the schooner Robert Lewis, that they
were kidnaped by force by the Sailor's
union while on a schooner which was
lying at Port Gablo and shipped to thia
city. An investigation will bo mad6.
Killed by an f mane ConvicK
Jacksox, Mich., Aug. 16. At the
state prison here Contractor Cuddy of
Detroit was" murdered by an insane pris
oner, who struck him throe heavy blow
on the back of the head with a hammer.
The prisoner, whose name. is. Hem;
Blackman. is a lifer, having been stnt
up for the murder of two member of
his fimilv some years ago.
Lnme and Umited Correction.
Tho only tariff measures passed by the
Democratic house of representatives aro
the bills for free cotton ties and free
wool. Notwithstanding tho fact that
the party goes into spasms every time
the McKinley bill is mentioned, the at
tempt to correct its alleged ''iniquities"
has been remarkably lame and limited.
Can it be possible that the nartv.
through its representatives in congress,
,is trying to break into office again under
false pretenses? St. Louis Star-Saj-inga.
A Rapidly Fading Cry.
The Democratic cry about the billion
dollar congress becomes fainter and
fainter. It is a sad ending to so enthu
siastic a beginning. But when the bil
lion dollar congress surpasses in the
t-amouut of its expenditures the one
which preceded it, what margin is left
for the Democratic organ or orator to
boast of the superior economy of the
Democracy. Newburg (N. Y.) Journal.
The Stuffed Clnb.
There's a name that's often spoken.
There's a party pledge that's broken.
There's a prophet writing letters, that is alh
v There's a club w ith stuffing in it.
And it's working every minute;
It'll knock the staffing out of Grover in the
Other medieines inisht help, but tn
make assurance doubly sure use I)e
Witt's Sars:ipnrilla to enrich, purify and
renew the blood. A. F. Streilz.
If dull, spiritless and stupid; if your
blood is thick and sluggish :if your appe
tite is capricious and uncertain, you need
a Sarsaparilla. For best results take De
Witt's. A. F. Streitz.
Mrs. h. R. Patton, Kockford, 111.,
writes: "From personal experience I
can recommend DeWitt's .Sarsparilla; a
cure for impure blood and general de
bility. A. F.'Streitz.
Knute Kelson, Who Will Bo Minnesota'!
Hon. Knute Nelson has been nomi
nated for governor by the Republicans
of ISIinsota, and his election is as cer
tain as anything1 can be which has not
Knute Nelson lives at Alexasflri-y
Minn. He is a Norwegian by birth,
and was forty-nine years old on Feb.
2. When he was between six and
seven years old he was brought to this
country. Mr. Nelson is a well educated
"The Imperial Cleveland Party.'
Fusion of the Democratic and People's
parties, in addition to having been per
fected in Kansas, is likely to take place
in Minnesota, the Dakotas, Iowa and
Nebraska. Why not make it universal:
In the matter of what passes for prin
ciples there is really very little to choose
between these two parties. As for the
name of the new amalgamated associa-
tfoiuwe beg leave to suggest the Tm-
eveland nartv. New York .
They all Testify
T ika Eftcscy
How Republicans Will
On the whole there is going to be
plenty of fun in this campaign. There
are unusual complications and a good
many of them. All who enjoy the fray
can have a hand in it, and it will be in
structive and entertaining all the time.
The Republicans will fight with good
heart and hope and feel all the time like
the man safe on shore who finds a cer
tain pleasure in the struggles of those
tossed about on the high sea. Hartford
I 1 VUtM
i in wm
Tha otd-timo ateete
IresMdyfxom tbe Georgia
awampu and fields ham
gene f ortn to the anapoder.
'astonbhla,? the skeptical asd
confounding? the taoorles oX
1 those w to denend solelr on tha
phytlcIaa'sskUL Then Is so blood
&!crilch ltdoesBOt Immediately
result ot Tile diseases from wlthla an yield to tab
potent but simple remedy. It is an nnequaled
SoalCkbuildsnpilieoIdandfeeMe, cores aU diseases
Btwac from impure ciooa or weazened Tmiy.
Seed for a treatise. Examiaetae proof.
Books oa Blood and Skin Diseases n sailed free.
Dr9!it Sell It.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer 3, Atlanta Gs.
man, and a lawyer with good practice.
He fought in the federal army as pri
vate and afterward as noncommissioned
officer of a Wisconsin regiment. In
18(58-9 he was a member of the Wis
consin legislature. He removed into
Minnesota, and in 1872-74 was prose
cuting attorney of Douglas county, that
state. Beginning with that of 1875 he
was a state senator four consecutive
terms. Mr. Nelson was a presidential
elector on the Garfield and Arthur tick
et. Ho was elected to tho Forty-eighth
congress and has twice been re-elected.
The conflict beticcen free trade and
protection is irrepressible and must be
fought out to the bitter end. We sjiit
iipon compromises, and propose neither
to ask nor to give quarter. Henry Wat
terson. o Disguise In This.
While Mr. Cleveland is exceedingly
anxious to repudiate the free trade
plank of his platform because he sees
clearly it will not bear his weight, the
Democrats of California accept the Chi
cago platform as a free trado utterance,
and print their interpretation of it on
their handbills as follows:
AND FREE TRADE!
Down with Monopolists!
We Want Freo Wool from Australia,
Free Barley and Lumber from Canada,
Fieo Silver from Mexico,
Free Tin from England and
Freo Wines from France.
"Tariff for Revenue Only."
That's the Talk Which Will Win!
Tho People Must llavo Cheap Goods,
Cheap Houses and
All of wliich we can have if we only
Therefore let's all vote for
CLEVELAND AND FREE TRADE.
Seattle (Wash.) Intelligencer.
Cleveland as a Demagogue.
Cleveland also plays tho demagogue
on the "force bill." He simulates a fore
boding of evil that every intelligent man
knows he cannot feel, in order to placate
the few Bourbons who are trying to
work up somo excitement on this ques
tion. Mr. Cleveland's words, read be
tween the lines, are really a damning in
dictment of his own party in the south
of tho crime of disfranchising the legal
colored voters of that section. It is the
proposition to enforce these constitution
al rights that creates all the fear and in
dignation among their Bourbon tyrants.
Trenton State Gazette.
The Impotent "Great Majority."
Dying impotently, the big Democratic
majority at Washington, unable to ac
complish anytlung whatever, good or
bad, must look enviously upon the com
mon sense rules under which business
was transacted by its predecessor with
out infringing npon any prerogative ex
cept the donbtful right of a man to
make himself a nuisance. The Demo
cratic house would have been mighty
glad to have Mr. Reed's rules in effect
for the last few weeks, and nothing but
a sense of shame keeps it from going
back to them. St. Paul Pioneer Press.
I am a free trader. -Hie Mills bill is a
step in that direction. Congressman
Figure It Out Carefully.
Let every man vote on this great ques
tion with both eyes open as to its effect
upon himself, for it is a question of busi
ness with him. Let him figure out
whether he will go1!! in cheaper import
ed goods enough to offset about one
third of his wages, for that is the final
outcome of the adoption of Cleveland's
scheme as laid down in the Democratic
platform. Chicago Tribune.
Jam for Cleveland for president be
cause lam a free trader. Henry George.
A Motner's Mistake.
Mothers frequently make a mistake in
neglecting the Cough of a child. A Fort
Wayne. Ind., lady writes: My little
daughter C years old had a severe Cough
but as it was nothing unusual I thought
nothing of it, and allowed it to run on for
4 or 5 weeks, when it became soohstinate
she began losing flesh. I called in a
physician who treated her three weeks
without benefit. A neighbor insisted up
on my trying Ballard's Horehound Syrup ;
it relieved her from the first dose and she
began gaining llesh rapidly, when we had
us&d two bottles her Cough had entirely
disappeared. I would not be without it.
It does not constipate my children. Bal
lard's Horehound Syrup is free from
Opiates. It's the most soothing Throat
and Lung medicine in the world. Price
50c. and $1.00. Sold by A. F. Sireitz. 1-2
Why Democracy Is Despondent.
The main reason for Democratic de
spondence over the condition of the
country is found in the fact that tho
Democracy is not in enjoyment .of the
federal patronage. When they are able
to get a- front place at the public trough,
then the affairs of the nation at once
begin to improve. Albany Express.
It Will Bo Tli ere, Though.
In 1888 the Democratic lead in West
Virginia was only 500, and yet the Re
publicans, who are claiming nothing
only what thoy aro certain to get, are
not putting that state in their column in
their estimates for this year. St. Louis
o. c. TO D. 1J. II.
If you love mo
As I love you, '
Throw down that knife, !
Dear David, do.
Chicago Tribune. ;
If you love me
As I love yon, i
You'll set your knife ',
And hatchet too.
The Boys Know It
There is nothing really inconsistent in
the attitudes of Headsman Stevenson
and Platitudiuizer Cleveland in regard
to the distribution of public offices. To
be sure the motto of Adlai is "To the
victor belongs the spoils," while Grover
proclaims solemnly that "Public office
is a public trust." But both utterances
mean the same thing in the end, and the
Democratic boys know it. New York
Facts About American Tin.
The Pittsburg and Slexico Tin Mining
company, whose mines are at Portillos,
Colo., near Dnrango, recently sent a car
load of good tin to New York. Three
tin mines are now being worked by this
company. The ore, after being washed,
effecting a certain amount of concentra
tion, shows 40 per cent, of tin. Opera
tions are o be pushed on a large scale.
A Tariff Picture.
Ill 1860 the day wages of the Mason
Machine works, at Taunton, Mass., one
of the largest iron mills in New Eng
land, averaged $1.05 per day of eleven
hours' work, or 9.54 cents
an hour. Now they average $1.71 per
day of ten hours' work, or 17.1 cents
ner hour. New York Press.
Late to bed and early to rise will shor
ten the road to yo'ir home in the skies."
But early to bed aud a "Little Early
Riser," the pill that makes lift) longer
and better and wier A. F. Streitz.
DNease never .-t!i-cefully attacks a
system with pure blood. DeWitt's S;ir
sapurilla makes pure, new blood and en
riches the old. A. F. Streitz
Driuhl people are the quickest to rec-
o;nize-a good thing aud buy if. We sell
lots of brinht people the Little Earlv
Risers, If yo;i are not bright these pills
will make vou so. A. r. btreitz.
It is a truth in medicine that the.cmall
et dose that performs the cure i- the
l est DeWitt's Little Early Risers are
th- smallest pills, will perform the mre
and are the be,M. A. F. Streitz.
It is a fixed and immutable law that to
have good, sound health one must have
pun, rich and ahotmdant blood. There
is no shorter or Mirer route than by a
course of DeWitt'.H Sarssparilla A F.
It is Harrison against Cleveland.
The one is backed by success at tho polls,
by an administration which even his
political opponents have commended
and by progressive action on the part of
a Republican congress. The other has
behind him defeat and the work of a
congress whose wild acts have led many
influential Democratic papers to con
gratulate the people upon the possession
of a wise Republican president who
could be trusted to stand resolutely bo
tween the country and vicious legisla
tion. Behind him also is a divided party
in the pivotal state. Harrison won fonr
years ago. Today he is stronger than
then. His old opponent is weaker. Under
these conditions the issue should not be
doubtful. Troy Times.
It Wasn't, You Bett
"The negro whom they found with a
bullet in his brain outside of the polling
place in that Mississippi town had a bal
lot in his hand, hadn't her"
"Was it a Democratic ballot:''
"It wasn't." New York Press.
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cardboard KUlaslSoxes; Cm-boara iuen:; I'anclert
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Also I.OCO Antique Ash Ceeks.
"So. 40C8. Same a3 aaora.estf incite m Soii't
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Telegraph orders promptly attended to.
ILEX. I ADAMSON,
Wholesale anil Ketail Dealer in
hasoliim, ton! Jar,
AND CRUDU PETROLEUM
IMnkertnn la Democrat.
It may simplify the discussion about
Hie Pinkertons to state the fact that th
head of said organization is a Democrat
and a zealous supporter of Cleveland.
St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
Education Helps the Republican l'arty.
It was entirely proper that President
Harrison should address the National
Educational association. Education is
doing a great work for the Republican
party, as well as for the country. Kan
wis City Journal.
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This is liyond question the mot suc
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cure ir Consumption is without a parallel
in the hiMnry of niedinne. Since its first
discovery it has heen sold on a guarantee,
a test wliich no other medicine can stand.
If you have a coinzh we earnestly ask you
to try it. Price 10c , oOc and $1. If your
lun?s are sore, chest or back lame, use
Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by North
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Just I'laiu Denni.H After Nov. 8.
The Biblical interpretation of the
name of Adlai, according, to the Dem
cratic theologians, Is variously given as
"The Just" and 'My Ornament," but in
the latter day lingo of the United States
Mr. Stevenson's name will be just plain
Dennis about the time the polls close the
evening of Nov. 8. St. Louis Star Sa--ings.
.n K.Tjcnivo Bauble.
It is intimated that Calvin S. Brice3
term as chairman of the national Demo
cratic committee cost him nearly 500,
000. H these figures are correct it is
not so difficult to understand Brother
Brice's modest refusal to accept a re
election. Ho knows when
enough. Cew York Press.
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R. D. THOMSON,
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he has got
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No harm can come of making every
effort to break up the solid south. It is
even possible that somegcod may result.
West Virginia is rather likely to come
into the Kepnblican column. Milwau
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