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Intend at the North Piatt (Nebraska) postoSlceas
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7tli, 1893.
A panacea warranted to ease
the minds of applicants for the fed
eral offices would meet with great
demand-in North Platte. la this
section old rye whisky does not
produce the desired effect.
1 -Twenty national hanks have
failed so' far this year against seven
for the same period last year. This
is a pad snowing, but it is tne gen
eral opinion that the worst- is over
tor the reason that about all the
shaky concerns have been weeded
out The proposed increase in the
number of bank examiners, will
also have a tendency to make the
banks more conservative.
Candor compels The Tbibune
to admit that its editorials do not
-sway minds and mould public
ppinion as do those found in the
editions of the more or less famed
Era, even though the latter are
evolved from the brain of a rock
ribbed doubled-hooped democrat;
The fall campaign may, however,
inspire this writer to greater efforts.
There is yet plenty of time to
- Dr. Charles Briggs, the promi
nent New York divine, has been
convicted of heresy by the Presby
terian General Assembly. A com-
mittee will be appointed to prepare
.a minute for submission to the
.General Assembly prescribing the
: punishment to be meted out. There
"are five things the General Assembly
can do: They can admonish, rebuke,
suspend, depose him from the min
istry, and expel him from the
A dispatch from Chadron states
-that notwithstanding the opposition
'from thehumane societies and many
of the leading daily papers, the cow-
)boy race from-that place to Chicago
'will positively occur, or at least the
.start will be.made. The Inter. Ocean
1.-1. XI L Li U ill L 1
bumcb mat tut; riuera wm uus ue per-
. muted to enter Illinois even if tbev
do get that far, as the officers of
that state will promptly enforce the
laws. The Inter Ocean calls upon
Hufialo rJill to excercise bis innu
Vence to put a stop to the outrasre,
ana says tnat ne. more man any
other man, can prevent the riders
from leaving Chadron.
Attempts are made to brine all
-the railroad employes into one or
conization and to reduce considera
bly the expenses caused at present
- py tne many ainerenc organizations.
Mr. Dobs formerly for long years
secretary and treasurer of the
'Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire-
men, is the main agitator for this
plan. .They propose to run a daily
newspaper and a monthly magazine
-ts ortri rv f-fio sHnnatinn a 1 1
.auu auu Air vuw uuiavilu WJL nil
railroad employes. The name of
this new organization is the Ameri
can Railway Union, and a meeting
for the perfection of the plan will
be held in Chicago June 20th.
The supreme court gave its de
cision in vne impeacnment cases
Mondav and the officials implicated
will continue to transact business at
'.their respective offices. Two of the
judges, Post and Norval, were for
acquittal and Maxwell dissented, as
it was generally believed he would.
The court find's that the wrongs
charged, if they had been proven,
do not constitute misdemeanors and
that negligence resulting from arror
in judgment is not ground for im
peachment. The state officials de
rived no benefit nor had any hand
in the frauds at the penitentiary or
-insane asylum and although there
nay have been lack of due delibera
tion by the officials they could not be
- tern naoie. ne nnamg is in ac-
cordance with the views of those
-who nave read tn testimony m a
aon-partisan spirit, and will give
The New York World has made
a. calculation of the losses sustained
. since January 1st by the holders of
' stocks in consequence of the falling
prices, and estimates that the loss
on our exchanges amounts to about
Tt..Vl.A JaIImmh n
. ut cuuuuicu uiiiuuu uuuaia. veurge
Gould is said to be one of the
heaviest losers, having lost about 26
millions. There -is no reason to
pity those who lost in this way as
.uthe depreciated stock did not repre-
sent anytnmg out ncticious values,
mostly the results of wild specula
tion. But there is one serious
. feature though in this sudden de
preciation of stocks, and that is,
. that they show a general want of
confidence and fear of coming ac
cidents, which will extend to our
industrial and commercial institu
tions, and carry with them the mis
fortune of hundreds of thousands
- ana pernaps millions or our people.
The statement of so reliable an
informant as the Vienna corre
spondent of the New York Times
respecting the condition of growing
wheat in Russia may set at rest the
: conflicting accounts that have
heretofore been given. He reports
'that the winter wheat is in great
part destroyed in south-western
Russia, owing to the exceptionally
severe weatker which prevailed up
to the end of April, and that the
crop in that region will be from
90 to 40 per cant below the average,
even if the weather hereafter shall
be favorable. On the other hand
the crop of spring wheat may be
satisfactory. In short the condi
tion, of the wheat crop in Russia is
similar to the situation of the
tai k St a a Yfc a I 11
United States, ootn countries win
- suffer -a serious diminution in the
yjteld of winter wheat, while the
return of spring wheat may undergo
jk diaiinution. The latest cable
advices emphasize the reports al
ready given of the unpromising
crop outlook in other parts of
Europe. In England the acreage
is short and badly damaged by
drouth. The prospect in Germany,
Hungary and Italy is not more than
encouaging. There will be an esti
mate deficit of 90,000,000 bushels
in France as compared with the
crop of 1892. In Austria the crop
promises an average yield. Holland
and Belgium will have no more,
and India's yield will at best be the
'same. The signs on the whole tend
to the belief that prices will be
above the present and that there
will be a good demand for corn and
other cereals. Bee
The democrats of Kansas are now
fully awake to the painful realiza
tion of the fact that they surren
dered their party indentity forever
last year when they formed a polit
ical alliance with the populists for
the sake of controlling a few offices.
Not only did the advantage accrue
almost solely to the populists, but
that party took legislative steps
last winter to destroy as completely
as possible the indentity of the
democratic party in the Sunflower
state. A law was passed by the
legislature which provided that no
party which at the preceedibg. gen
eral election nominated or endorsed
the candidates of an opposing party
shall be entitled to repsesentation
on the election hoards. Inasmuch
as the democrats of Kansas endorsed
all the populists1 candidates last fall,
they will be compelled to worry
along through the coming cam
paign with election boards made
up of republicans and popultsts.
According to the register found
in nearly every state building west
ern people are coming to the world's
fair in much greater numbers as a
general thing than those living in
older eastern commonwealths. The
result of an investigation up to
Monday shows the following num
ber of people registered at the dif
ferent state buildings: Montana,
3000; Nebraska, 2500; Minnesota,
2600; Virginia, 2400; Conneticut,
2000; Maryland, 1500; West Vir
ginia ,1300; Kansas, 1000; Maine,
1200; New Jersey, 1200; Arkansas,
846; New Mexico, 50, Arizona, 300;
Utah, 300; Idaho, 250; Delaware, ;
300; Rhode Island, 800; New(
Hampshire, 400; Vermont, 900;
Massachusetts, 2400; New York,
2100; Missouri, 1850; Fouisiana,
1170; Ohio, 3000; North Dakota,
400; Pennsylvania, 4000; Michigan,
The nsw factory law of New
York has just gone into operation
and has already excited the profuse
perspiration of the "sweaters." The
provision most rigidly enforced by
the inspecrors, to the consernation
of these heartless task masters, is
that requiring apartments occupied
by their slaves to be kept in a clean
and healthy condition. 'Whatever
the short comings of the last New
York legislrture the passage of this
wholesome law will insure coaam
dation of humane sentiment, ad
other states who have the "swanUi
problem to deal with will watch' its
operations with hopeful attention.
Secretary Hoke Smith, of Georgia,
has been in office three months and
has discovered one "fraud in the
pension list," a deaf man m'lndiana.
"who is drawing $12 per month."
He forthwith annulled a law and
its rulings, which he says "will cut
off from fifteen to twenty million
dollars," not from "frauds" but hon
est veterans who are drawing small
amounts under "the dependent
pension bill of 1890." It is a brill
iant achievement even for a Geor
gian. Inter Ocean.
People who become excited by
the reported discovery of new bo
nanza gold mines in remote sections
of the country will display common
sense uy waiting to nave tnese re
ports verified before rushing off in
expectation of digging up a' fortune
in less than no time. There is un
doubtedly as rich unknown mineral
deposits as any hitherto discovered,
but it requires capital to unearth
them even when found. About as
remunerative diggings as afford
opportunity for a man of moderate
means nowadays is the average corn
The Yankton Sioux Indians have
agreed to transfer their surplus
lands in South Dakota to the gov
ernment. This would be good news
for the seekers of homesteads if it
werenot for the fact that the pres
ent administration is stronelv
prejudiced against the opening of
public lands to settlement. Globe-Democrat.
The national republican commit
tee proposes to open a permanent
bureau in New York in September
with the secretary, Hon. Joseph H.
Manley in charge. This bureau will
look after organizations in all the
states, and seek to keep the party
compact and in good fighting order,
ever ready for a campaign when it
The Aldine hotel,one of the largest
of the installment plan world's fair
hotels, has financially perished. It
is estimated that its projectors got
at least $275,000 out of the people
in the country towns in advance for
room rent. An investigation as. to
the company's methods is being
The republicans made part of the
breakfast table free in 1872 by tak
ing off the duty from coffee and tea,
and they finished the job in 1890 by
fretting sugar on the free lists. Now
et the democrats in 1893, or any
other year, replace the taxes on the
breakfast table if they dare.
The Socialists are reasonably sure
of making great gains in the Ger
man elections, no matter how the
bigger parties make out, and the
Kaiser hates the Socialists more
than he does any of the other
groups which oppose his policy.
Seamtt lmap fkets.
Corn planting nearly all done.
Some fine rains fell .this week
which were much needed ;the drouth
seems to be broken. ?
The small grain here is nearly all
a failure and a large portion of it
will be plowed up.
Thomas Hall and others from
Fillmore county, were in these parts
looking at land recently.
H. C. Lord has been running an
incubator this season and-has a' fine
lot of chickens hatched by it.
Misses Clara Green and Mary
Dixon were- North Platte, visitor3
Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Lulu Davis, of Wellfleet,
visited the school at this place Fri
day. A. C. Condon, of Wellfleet was a
caller here Monday.
Oliver Wells and family living
north-cast of here visited at Mrs.
McConnell's Thursday. They were
old neighbors in Illinois. 1
The school at this place will close
Friday June 9. An entertainment
will be given at night.
Miss Clara Green expects to leave
soon for a trip to Holyoke, Pueblo,
and other points in Colorado.
Miss S. I. McConnellis the cham
pion chicken raiser of this section.
She has about 300 hatched so far
Mr. Smales house will be com
pleted and ready for occupancy soon.
Children's day excercises will be
held in the grove on Sunday June'll.
Wm. Lock ani ChaaSmale were
Wellfleet passengers Thursday.
Miss Mary Dixon expects to leave
for Chicago to attend the world's
fair soon after the close of her
C.W.and'V. C. Shickley, two
prominent real-estate agents of
Geneva, Nebraska, were here on
business Monday. O. I. C.
The recent rains have greatly
improved the appearance of the
many gardens, and our farmers are
all looking glad again C.
Hendy, of North Platte, nas several
men employed pressing hay and
shipping it from his . ranch, north
east of Maxwell Messrs.
Brooks and Snyder were in North
Platte one day last week . . . .Cath
olic services were held in the school
house last Saturday, Rev. Father
O'Toole, of brth Platte, officiating;
....The entertainment given by
the young people at the school
house two weeks ago- was said - by
many to be the best ever given in
Maxwell. It was largely attended,
and every one went home satisfied.
. . . .Miss Marie Haurahan and her
guests Miss Sissy Delahnnty spent
a few days in North Platte last
week as the guests of Mrs. C. Hendy.
... .G. Snyder spent Saturday in
Gothenburg Mrs. T. Long is in
Garfield, Nebraska,' visiting her sif
ter Mrs. C. Dailey Miss Sissy
Delahunty, who was the guest of
Miss Marie Haurahan for a few
weeks past, returned to her home
in Lexington last Sunday.. . . .Miss
Lizzie Maher and her brother
TfcoBMS of Lexiagtoa together with
her brother John of Green' River,
Wvo., attended the entertainnent
inMaxweil Saturday night P.
. Kellv. a travwuur atJesssaa, was1
in Maxwell oh dav last week.. .
P. Mahottey mad T. Lynch of North
Platte spentrlast Sunday in 'Max
well Misses Ella McCullbugh
and Pearl Snyder attended a school
entertainment in the sandhills last
Friday evening. .... Michael Mc
Uu Hough nas captured two young
coyotes which he is trvmg to tame.
. . . .U. tlendv of .worth riatte was
in town last Tuesdry G. Snyder
spent Wednesday in Brady Island;
. . . .Mr. Brooks has set out a large
number of fruit trees this spring
all of which sre growing nicely.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Kountz was brightened one day
last week by the arrival of a little
daughter. John was so happy that.
he forgot to treat.
Our road overseer was busy last
week working on the roads, which
were badly in need of repairs. He
put in tiles to carry off the surplus
water which may gather.
h. Wemburg sold a load of hogs
Friday for which he received a good
Mrs. Lon McMicbael has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs Kountz;
" Country Cousin" called at J. T
Nearv's last week and was told of
his experience with -that specimen
of humanity which ranks- with
lightning rod men and tree peddlers,
and in this part of the country is
very much worse than either, namely
tubular well men. After working
on and off for nine months one of
these irresponsible outfits pulled up,
stopped work and moved nearer the
river, where the -men have some
hope of striking water. Mr. Neary
now has four wells on his place,
three of which have water (the
problem being how to get it out,)
yet still has to haul water. He
thinks Uncle Sam ought, to put
down a few artesian wells in western
Nebraska. It is said misery loves
company and Mr. Neary may be
able to take some comfort from the
fact that at least two of his neigh
bors have had the same trouble with
this tubular we 11 outfit. We think
a few good men could make money
by digging wells in the sandhills,
as it is said dug wells are the cheap
est and most satisfactory in the
Irv. VanDoran and family have
been sojourning on the poor farm
for a couple of weeks. We are
sorry to learn that they i t
tend to make' their homt m.
This iarm has. been MfwuT
much under Irv s manaemnt that
it does not look like th.iUN pkte.
The report for the ' wft-fdMg
June 6th is as follows, tha y parts
being received from 12 dtterrej.
in sixty-seven counties:"
A good growing warfrjij
crops much jmprpve.d.
, vJlho. . temperature f j
sliehtlv above" the "non
northeastern .part . oi ltWymtfW
six degrees below id - tfcVatiteWt
and western. " P'
The rainfall; was J7ffi&9
aboye the ' normal' and'ifoeejr'
heavy over the eastern aaH of:'t
state reaching a iriaximMC'fl abVSt
five' inbhes along 'the"' Flat" 'rtfer
in Buffalo, Hall and Merrick Ci
ties. It was not"accom
erally by high winds; 'h
in many'' localities but;
enough in most places tt'J.itoi.
damage, but in ' the soitffiirift
of Merrick' county anirifrin
much injured by hail: ' f '
Spring grain shows a 'jifcMetHpg
provement, but' the' rail 'aiste tad
late to be of much' be4ttts to fall
grain, although reports-'hertlMy
indicate a more hopeful 'Itontitii
of these crops. Grass aatt'e4i
toes have been' very much'bafteiHei
Kv thin ruin. " r ''Jlf
. The week has besn raikike
An.. i . 11. -L?-d?A-
.ui yuc ucat grvwtu .or corrn
places it has been-badlv .ws
by the heavy rains requHipg t
repianung. rue crop as a w
however, shows an. ltaprjVipeat
over last week and is now m jiniiy
in excellent condition. .
Corn cultivation has coij"titrtd
in most sections of the aj'k&im
many places theJcrcpJ:hM"5wSk
plowed oncebeforetie: raiifjp
Congressman ' Warner! i' Nw!
v" t""w ""1 .vwiv ion ary
vestige of protection will Vi' itr
tariff bill which his'partt wilr
It is entirely safe to ay,tWat"nMf
Warner is a victim' of 'wmdKswI
confidence. No bill of'rttortPfe
could pass congress, eveW. wrlh; m;
nrpsAnf. noriinnfofin moiHniT "fWHSai
safe to cfo even
main, reach the nresiften'tiy wJNi!
veto it. Nor wilf aWsuchl:;bifif5lfe
prep.area. ii. lanii law ror
solely is a Ion waV in tlfc
The onl v Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used m Millions of Jttpmes 40 xears-mc v3iiiuiu.
and threats of the passage 'of'
a iaw are miscuievous in iae
condition of bnaiiripHs
A dispatch from -Toneka;KsnSas,
dated Jun&:5th says: The- paHica-i
tion today of a letter of. JjStariMi
Morton, Secretary -.of afncalwre
to .1. Jb. Lee-,-'a prominent
democrat, who was active iishis
denunciation of-the people's. ;piiy
and lusion last fail, nas acealtjl
sensation among politicians .''ia;;;tlia
people's party. Eegardin aai
with populists sad the.me a
tion, Secretary, Mertoa says; ,'4:ui
opposed to all coalitions 'which re- j
i .-s i.fji ti.f-'
quire a surreatwr i any? pnwwpw.,
economic or political.1 -1-am
the Sherman act,r-which
the purchase of -silver tothe-aoiwwt
of 4,500,000 ounces per month 'laad
also opposed to the -free coinaflv of
the same silver at the rate-of ' $1:29
an ounce, when it sells . on -the
world's market at 84 cents a ounce.
The money fallacies preachednfcy
the populists from ''the Ocalav plat
form would, if embodied in lagi-'
lation, destroy our common coonirY.
Therefore, as a patriot, one who-
loves his home and his fanUy, in
j x 11 xi- .j-
opposed-10 an meir vioious'-Vi
Governor Tillman, of South.Car-
olina, does not propose to allow,
people tq suffer under thjBmw
liquor law, of that state. .Tmcf!
law goes into effect- Julr,:
after that date-., all .1 iq uojrJ1pgjJ
soldbv stale nsenfa. Thft iznivprrl
is preparing for 'lagraqd ofeaoBVY
or the state saiooqs ana hasor
as his first consignment 1050 b
rels of rve .whiskv. 400 barrels
corn whisky and 720 casks of beef
He has not yet 'decided apon t
amount of wine, rum and ffiir
will need,' but the fact that be h
already spent 132,480' f bis whisk,
and beer is an assurance :t&ctJ
neonle of South Carolina that the
are no prohibition frills abpof'lW
new liquor law of their -itateivaa,
interpreted by Governor Tillmaa ..
The secretary .of the interior
finally taken notice of the fact, that
the Cherokee strip is full of'Ttxi
cattle, constituting the orerlo
from the Tonkawa reservatrfi
Troops have again beenDiered'bu)t
lo ciear tue .strip, ine aruoa.-j
the interior ';departmeiitwiai
the secretary of war to reawve-t
vaners tends to 'disprove a 'thaiiy
which Has been, advanced JatWr'
powerful cattle syndicate, m ikb
has its attorneys- constantly. b tUe
aierc, naa succeeaea in cosBwecii
hoodwinking the ''departmest
reference to the invasion; J at,-t
I)r Briggsmay be -a heretiaw.
Presbvterian churchy but ha aai
to be regarded as orthodoxJbj.jij
the Episcopal and QongreffatMB
churches, as he has been iiiUi, 1
1 it mi.. j ? a? 1
o n Doin. me wora.- aerenc
i :i l '
OSIOk mucn ui. iva, uuur.M; mkmu;
atter davs. - -1
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I still have a few' Fearless' $
left which' 'Twill Bell at bom. '? iKri 's
, A Sound Liver Makes a Well Man.
'Are' yon Billions; Constipated or
troubled with Jaundice, Sick Headache.
Bad Taste in Mouth, Foul Breath, Coated
Tongue, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Hot Dry
Skin, Pain in Back and between the
Shoulders, Chills and Fever, &c. If you
have any of these symptoms, your Liver
is out of order, and your blood is slowly
being poisoned , because your Liver does
not act properly. Herbike will cure any
disorder of the Liver, Stomach or Bowels.
It has no equal as a liver medicine. Price
75 cents. Free trial bottles at A. F.
WE OFFER SOME GREAT
A New York hnancier who was
in Washington for a day or two,
brings the report, that Mr. Carlisle,
the secretarv of the treasury and
president Cleveland, in considera
tion of the stnngencv of money,
which is only another expression
for the want of confidence regard-
inir financial matters, are of the
opinion, that it would be unwise- to
pass anr tariff law until the policy
of .the government in respect to sil
ver is determined. This is ackno wl-
edeement that tariff reform will
have a bad influence on tur indus
trial and financial situation.
25. Children's Suit's, ae 4?to 12, kt $1.00. .
50 Children's Suits in nobby patterns at $1.50.
Our 2.00, 2.50 and 5.00 Children's Suits cannofcW,
duplicated anywhere in the west. . . .
Our boys' long pants suits, ages 10 to 19, are
factured from good quality of cloth and sold low.
Our sales for the past week on above lines brokeallWC
previous. records, so. do not delay, but come while" the
stock. is complete.
Dr M J. Davis is a prominent
physician of Lewis, Cass county
Iowa, and has been actively engaged
in the practice of mediciue at that
a. . m . a a . r
place tor. the past thirty-hve years.
On the 26th of Mav, while in Des
Moines enroute for Chicago, he was
suddenly taken with an attack of
diarrhoaa. Having sold Chamber
lain's Colic. Cholera nud Diarrhoea
Remedv for the past seventeen
years, and knowing its reliability,
he procured a 25 cent bottle, two
doses of which completely cured
him. The excitement and change
of water and diet incident to travel
ing often produce a diarrhoea
Every one should procure a bottle
of this Remedy before leaving home.
ror Sale by A. b. Streitz, Druggist,
i Star Clothing
SPECIAL : SHOE : SALE
OTTEN'S SHOE STORE.
On a Farm
In a sequestered, wooded spot, by
a cooling,, stream a very pleasant
contemplation this for city folk.
They wonder why it is that the
farmer does not more frequently go
picknicking why he does not get
more enjoyment out of life. They
do not realize that the now-a-davs
fanner finds enjovment in his work.
Machine of Steel
is one of the modern pleasure-inviting
acquisitions of the farmer. '
It is such, a handy machine aad
so reliable in its performances that
the" old-time dread of harvest is
done away with. The makers of
the McCormick get many of their
ideas from the farmers and crystal
lize them into practical working
You can O. K. the hints you get
from the practical farmers perhaps
that's why the practical farmers
O. K. the "Machine of Steel"
it's made to meet their needs.
The McCormick Catalogue is invalu
ablc to the inquirer after improved har
McConuicK Harvesting Machine Co.
HERSHBY & CO., Agte.
PRICES CUT TO THE BOTTOM.
Ladies7 fine shoes, your choice out of our stock
worth from $4.50 to $6.00 per pair, at r
Ladies' shoes worth from 3.25 to 3.75 for:
Ladies1 slioes worth 3.00 for . .
Ladies' shoes worth 2.25 for
Calf all solid shoes for
Missed fine shoes, sizes 12 to 2, worth 2.25 for 1:65
Misses' school shoes, sizes 12 to 2, warranted solid,- 1,00
Misses' school shoes, sizes 8 to 11, warranted solids
Misses' school shoes, sizes 6 to 7, warranted solid.
Kiveted .school shoes, sizes 8 to 11 .
Kiveted school shoes, sizes 6 to 7, :
A good plaw shoe for
MEN'S AND BOYS' SHOES AT SAME REDIT(jndlL
This sale is for cash only, for we are selling Out our
stock for good and our books are closed.'
1 RIMES & WILCOX,
FIKST NATIONAL BANK,
INTorth Platte, - Neb,
Authorized Capital, $200,000
Paid in Caoital, $50,000.
Office over North Platte National Bank.
Office: Hlnman Block, Spruce Sjree't.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSI
NESS ' TRANSACTED
jQR. N. F. DONALDSON,
Assistant Surgeon TJnlon Pacific Railway
and Jlembcr of Pension Board,
KOKTH PLATTE, - - . NEBRASKA.
Office oTer Streitz's Drug Store.
Jhl. EVES, M.-D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Sells Bills of Exchange on all Foreign
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Office: Nerille's Block,
and Children a Specialty.
Diseases of Women
A. F. STREITZ,
Drug's. Medicines, Faints, Oils,
YOUR OWN PRICE.
WE ARE IN IT TO. STAY.
For the next Sixty days I will sell
part of my Stock, but the entire
line of Millinery and Ladies
Z Furnishing Goods
Window Glass, Machine ilk
Diamante Spectacles. ";
AT AND BELOW COST.
I want to make room for a large line
or fall and winter goods which I intend
going east to purchase.
A. 1 1 J-
x-ncea vain anu your own eyes can
convince you. Uall early and get bargains
never before heard of. No chronic 4-ad."
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Mrs. G. S. Huffman.
CORNER OF SIXTH AND SPRUCE STREETS.
J. F. HINMAN
Highestrof all in Leavening Power.Latest US. Gov't Kcpfrt 'xm
SUSiE PROTECT YOUR EYES.
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The well-known Eye Expert of (529 Olive St.. St. Iiouia.
Mo., and 30 E. 14th Street. New York, has ammintfld
A. j? . bTKElTS as agent for hia celebrated Non
Changeable Spectacles and Eye-Glassee. Those glasses
are the greatest invention ever made in spectacles, and
every pair purchased are guaranteed, so that if at any
time a change is necessary (no matter how scratched
the lenses), they will furnish the party with a new pair
of Glasses, free of charge.
A. F. STREITZ has a full assortment, and invites
satisfy themselves of the greit superiority of these
fhaoos over any and all others now in use, to call and examine them at A. F.
STREITZ, Sole Agent for North Platte, Neb. No peddlers supplied. ,lThe Best
tbo 'World. None genuine unless stamped Non-Changeable.
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