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IRA L. BARE, Editor and Proprietor
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Entered at IheXorthPlatte (Kebrnsta) postoffice as
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1893.
For Supreme Judge,
T. O. C. HARRISON.
For Regents State University,
H. D. EASTERBROOK,
N. C. WESTERN,
C. W. KAIiEY.
JOHN H. CLARK.
GEO. C. STODDARD.
JAMES M. RAY.
DAVID A. BAKER.
For Supt. Public Instructions,
MARY E. HOSFORD.
For Com , Third Dist.,
W. T. BOWEN.
"We have no such dead-weights
as Beatty and Stevens on our ticket
this year," quietly remaiked a lead
ing independent Monday. Wonder
how Beatty and Stevens relish such
Tim Kelihek's activit7 in the
present campaign is said to he due
to the promise that he shall he made
deputy treasurer in case Buchanan
is elected. Tim is supposed to have
sufficient influence to control his
The utterances of some of the
so-called independent orators at one
of the country school houses last
week were such as to throw in the
shade the mouthings of the Chicago
anarchists. Some of these reform
spouters should carry a red flag witli
TnE Wallace Herald alludes to
Sheriff Baker as a. "ward bummer,"
' hut the fact that Baker received a
majority of 247 in North Platte two
' years ago is prett good evidence
that the people of this citj regard
, him as a gentleman and an efficient
The independent, orators are tell
ing their hearers to vote the inde
pendent ticket whether the candi
dates are satisfactory or not, iu
other word if Satan was on the
ticket he should receive the inde
pendent support. This kind of talk
"will only be taken in by mnllet-
heads the intelligent voters spew
The selection of W. G. Elder as
chairman of the county central
committee has inspired the republi
cans of the county to great activity
and they have gone into the cam
paign to win. Mr. Elder is an old
- Campaigner, is recognized as an able
leader and will push forward the
battle to a victorious finish as did
Chairman Grimes two years ago.
SnEimiFF Baker's nomination
came to him unsolicited, and he ac
cepted it because the convention
on the first ballot was al
most unanimously in favor of
him. His official record is above
honest criticism and the voters of
the county will re-elect him by
reason of his superior qualifications,
gentleroanty conduct and efficiency.
Wonder if Jake Miller is telling
his friends how he charged three
per cent interest on notes he ac
cepted from farmers to whom he
sold horses, and then fearing his
debtors would plead usun, came to
town and got legal advice. As a
matter of explanation, we would
say that this same Miller is the "re
form" candidate for sheriff of Lin
The reduction in the Bank of
England's discount rate, the drop
being from three and one-half to
three per cent, which has just taken
place, had been expected by those
on both sides of the Atlantic who
had been watching the financial sit
uation in London. Money is unus
ually abundant in that center at
present, and the regular market
rates, as a consequence are low.
Like conditions prevail in New
York, where raone on call ranges
from two to three per cent.
When a farmer secures the ser
vices of a man who faithfully and
honestty performs his work, he
naturally desires to retain him as
long as possible. It should be the
same in the case of Stoddard, Clark,
Baker, Ray and Miss Hosford, who
have faithfully, honestly and im
partially filled their respective offices
during the past two years. The'
are competent officials and the fact
that two of them have held office
more than one term is to their credit
rather than to their discredit, for it
shows that the people repose confi
dence in them.
We learn that Tim Keliher is
making a special fight against Jno.
H. Clark by telling the independents
that he, Clark, is not turning in to
the county treasury the interest he
receives on county deposits. This
is false in every particular and we
challenge Jveliher to prove ni3 assertions.
Every American, even those who
live fifteen hundred miles from tide
water, will feel a fresh glow of
pride over Saturday's international
yacht race, in which the American
Vigilant beat Lord Dunraven's Val
kyrie by a clean six minutes. The
final victory will be to the best two
out of three, for the American cup,
which has been held in this country
against all comers for forty years.
Ox what grounds can Buchanan
ask for renubhcan votes r Does a
Judas Iscariot deserve to be re
warded? The republican party took
Buchanan out of a cheap clerkship
and nlaced him in an office with a
very remunerative salary, and be
fore the expiration of his term he
turned traitor and worked tor a
nomination from the pons. The
Tribcxe is loath to believe that anv
republican will give a compliment
ary vote to a man who will betray
The panic has not stopped rail
road building altogether, but it has
of course caused the postponement
of a great deal of work that would
have been done this year had ordi
nary conditions prevailed. The
Railway Age finds that since July
1st about 1,000 miles of new track
has been laid. Since the beginning
of the year the total is 2,040 miles.
The indications are that the total
for 1893 will not exceed 2,500
It was through no fault of the
Era that the tax-list this year
amounted to only $500, and no one
regrets that it did not amount to
sheet. It happened tins time that
the Union Pacific and other large
tract holders paid their taxes prior
to the time for advertising delin
quent lands and this cut off the
Era's revenue. However, if the
commissioners had accepted The
Triiulse's bid the county would
have, been ahead about 300.
As the Era is talking considerably
in regard to competency, it is well
to ask wherein Newell Burritt is
qualified to fill the office of count'
clerk. We have been informed by
a near neighbor of Burritt's that he
has never been able to successfully
manage his own affairs and if such
is true, it does not seem reasonable
that he could creditably perform
the duties of county clerk, which
are certainly more arduous than the
limited mat ters .in which Mr. Bur
ritt has been interested. Mr. Stod
dard, the republican candidate, has
been tried and not found wanting.
He has conducted his office econom
ically, performed the work correctly
and treated everyone in a courteous
and gentlemanly manner. False
reports concerning Mr. Stoddard
will undoubtedly be started by inde
pendent campaigners, but in no in
stance will an investigation prove
The republican stale convention
failed to nominate The Tribune's
choice for supreme judge but put in
the field, by a vote of three to one. a
man whose nomination seems satis
factory to the republicans in everv
section of the state and particularly
so to those of western Nebraska.
His name is T. O. C. Harrison, and
for the past twenty years he has
been a resident of Grand Island,
having been admitted to the bar of
that city in June, 1873. He has
been county judge of Hall county,
police judge of Grand Island and is
now judge of the eleventh judicial
district, a position to which he was
re-elected two years ago. The fact
that he was re-elected in a pop
district when the independent move
ment was at its height, and republi
can judges being defeated the same
year in nearly every western district,
may be taken as sufficient evidence
of his popularity, his ability and
fairness as a judge and his high
character as a man.
In Miss Hosford we have an able,
conscientious and painstaking coun
ty superintendent; one who has
proven worthy of the trust reposed
and against whom no just criticisms
can. be made. During her admini
stration of the office the schools of !
the county have made rapid ad
vancement in ever particular and
further improvements may be ex
pected if she is retained in office.
The experience of the past four
years has acquainted Miss Hosford
with the needs of the schools, while
if her opponent is elected it will
take a year or two to learn the first
requirements of the schools and
during that time more or less dis
organization will occur. We all take
a deep interest in our public schools
-and in order to have them main
tained in the present successful and
satisfactory way it will be necessary
" to re-elect Miss Hosford. .
A comparison of the qualifica
tions possessed by Judge Ray and
those of Ritenour must convince
any intelligent man that the former
looms sky high above Ins opponent,
and should be re-elected. During
his incumbency of the office of
county judge Mr. Ray has demon
strated to the satisfaction of all his
particular fitness for the position,
and especially is this satisfaction
expressed by those who have been
interested in the settlement of es
tates. The records in every instauce
have been fully and iutelligibly
written up, a work that is of high
importance where property is in
volved. The Judge is also well read
iu law, having practiced in the
courts for two or three years prior
to being elected to the office he
holds. His decisions have in all
cases been unbiased and in ac
cordance with the proper interpreta
tion of the law. His opponent,
Ritenour, is not versed in law, has
had no experience in any of the
duties he would be called upon to
perform in case of his election and
would undoubtedly be as much out
of place in the office as was that
peerless demagogue S. K. Stockton.
The democrats of the south end
of the county are congratulating
themselves that Miss Forsythe is a
good democrat, and that they en
dorsed her because of that fact.
During the past two elections poli
tics have cut no figure in the selec
tion of a candidate. Miss Hosford
was nominated and elected for her
first term by the democrats because
they considered her a, lady well
qualified for the office. She dis
played great ability during her first
term and gave such general satis
faction that the republicans placed
her in nomination in 1891 and re
elected her. Her second term has
been even more satisfactory than
the first and the voters of the coun-
Don't Blame the Cook
If a baking powder is not uniform in strength,
so that the same quantity will always do the same
work, no one can know how to use it, and uni
formly good, light food cannot be produced with it
All baking powders except Royal, because
improperly compounded and made from inferior
materials, lose their strength quickly when the can
is opened for use. At subsequent bakings there
will be noticed a falling off in strength. The food
is heavy, and the flour, ess and butter wasted.
It is always the case that the consumer suffers
in pocket, if not in health, by accepting any sub
stitute for the Royal Baking Powder. The Royal
is the 'embodiment of all the excellence that it is
possible to attain in an absolutely pure powder.
It is always strictly reliable. It is net only more
economical because of its greater strength, but
will retain its full leavening power, which no
other powder will, until used, and make more
wing recent supreme
will prove interest-
an. vs. Jraust. Appeal
ming county. Affirmed.
n OY commissioner ttagau.
A sale of a debtors homestead at
the time actually occupied by him
sjAf and family as such by a sheriff
oa-aoTordiaary execution will not
iireat the debtor of his title to the
hemestead; nor will the sheriff's
made in pursuance of such sale
aid a confirmation thereof, convey
any title to the. purchaser of such
kbaestead at suca sale. The pur
chaser of title to real estate derived
through a sheriff's sale thereof on
ordinary execution, with actual
knowledge that the same was at the
time of sale the homestead of the
execution debtor, and actually oc
cupied by himself and family as
such, is not an innocent purchaser."
some or our
would like to know in what respect
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
better than any other. We will
tell you. When this remedy is
taken as soon as a cold has been
contracted, and before it has become
settled in the system, it will counter
act the effect of the cold and greatly
lessen it's severity, and it is the only
remedy that will do this. It acts in
perfect harmony with nature and
aids uature in relieving the lungs,
opening the secretions, liquefying
the mucus and causing its expulsion
from the air cells of the lungs and
restoring the system to a strong and
healthy condition. No other remedy
in the market possesses these re
markable properties. No other
will cure a cold so quickly. For
sale by A. F. Streitz and North
ty will see that she is retained in
office. It is ability that should be
considered. This we all know Miss
Hosford possesses, but we are not
assured that it is to be found in
It begins to lcok as if the Texas
authorities had blundered most seri
ously in their treatment of two of
Nebraska's citizens. Barrett Scott
was a self-convicted defaulter, and
his arrest and incarceration followed
as a matter of course. Up to the
present writing, however, there ex
ists no shadow of excuse for the
treatment accorded to Dell Akin,
the man who went to Mexico in an
effort to induce Scott to return.
Akin may have been implicated in
Scott's defalcations, hut his guilt or
is a matter for a'Nebraska jury to
determine. His incarceration iu a
Texas jail for weeks by men who
were simply holding him for a re
ward was an outrage and one that
can neither be excused or condoned.
The insurgent war against the
administration of Brazil is likely to
add another chapter to the interna
tional code of military eifiics. Here
tofore the naval authoraty of any
conflicting power has exjercised the
undisputed right to bombard any
city held by its opponent.yAt Rio
de Saneiro the American, French
and English men-of-war ended the
bombardment by ijhe insurgent fleet
for the reason that the lives of the
foreign residents of the city '.were
being endangered. In so doing the
neutral powers have established a
precedent that may work a revolu
tion in the naval warefare of the
The Ford theater disaster bobs up
once more in the shape of a resolu
tion for a senate committee to in
vestigate the liability of the govern
ment for damages to the families of
the killed and injured. In the mean
while, however, the government
clerks at Washington are compelled
to risk their lives in buildings that
have either been pronounced unsafe
or are veritable fire traps waiting
for the flames. Regard for the
present and future is equally as
necessary as reparation for the past.
"During my term of service in
the army I contracted chronic
diarrhoea," savs A. E. Bending, of
Halsev, Oregon. "Since then I
have used a great amount of medi
cine, but when I found any that
would give me relief they would
injure my stomach, until Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy war brought to my notice.
I used it and will say it is tho only
remedy that gave me permanent
relief and no bad results follow."
For sale by A. F. Streitz and North
The Journal hears with deep sad
ness that the representatives of the
prohibition party are going abroad
through this fair land abusing the
leaders of the populist organization,
and condemning their platforms
and purposes at every turn of the
road. This is most unfortunate. If
all the good people of the state are
to fall out in this way, his satanic
majesty will have an opportunity to
make a clean sweep. Journal.
Populist Allek, of Nebraska,
denounces the "great crime" of
1S73, but he evidently does not
know, although everybody else
knows, that one of the great crimi
nals was his friend Nevada Stewart.
It Can B Made One of the Greatest Pleas
ures of Domesticity.
Many a pretty little home has been
broken np and the domestic Lares and
Penates scattered to the four winds be
cause, as the young folks ruefully put it,
"we were simply run to death with com
pany." Visitors are costly luxuries, and
in homes where every expense has to be
calculated down to the finest detail an
extra one or two meals or to spend a 'ew
days beneath the roof tree means anout
lay that sometimes makes severe inroads
into the little store laid up for a rainy
Young housekeepers m the flush oi
their first month or so of happiness in
their new home will invite their friends
indiscriminately to come and see them
and argue with themselves in an incon
sequent and generous fashion that wkat
is enough for two will amply sfcpplj
any additional ones that m7jdrrfaJfLfot
luncheon or dinner. "
This sort of thing is aU -right SK;'in
awhile. A home would not be a hpmii
it were not the place where ou eoiki
receive friends and show to those out
side the ken of the domestic circle what
a delightful thing it is to have one's own
little house. Yet when visitors come in
droves, bringing trunks that indicate a
lengthy stay, the worried housekeepei
soon discovers that the allowance for the
table does not go half so far, and that
the bills at the grocer's and butcher's
run up with alarming rapidity.
If on is rich, of course, this added ex
pen" -5 of no consequence, but it'is not
to u. "it we speak, but to those who
wish to u- lspitable, but whose purse
limits them p:i this line as well as many
others. In order to obviate much of the
trouble that comes from an overdose of
company, the hostess should,, at the bet
ginning, tell her friends -that when she
C 9 M A . m
is icaay ior wem sne win invitee
and oen tms tune arrives
made preparations for. The casual vis
itor, or those who drop in for evenijSg
calls are, of course, not included iatbla
It is only those who come for days lit a
time, and if they are as friendly as they
profess to bo they will understand the
motive m their invitation and will be
kind hearted and considerate enough to
regard it to the letter.
Such a plan as this, if adopted and
followed with a thorough understanding
on both sides, would make home life fax
more pleasant and prove that optional
hospitality is one of the greatest pleas
ures of domesticity, instead of being the
cause of a breakup, as too generous
doses of visitors are frequently apt to be
Miss Julia Stevenson,
of the vice president, is a member
of the entering class at Weliesley
ownow ions? a atav ma ma
Squire Osbaldectone'a Bide.
Squire Osbaldestone's undertaking to
ride 200 miles in 10 hours, which he ac
complished so successfully on Nov. 5,
1831, is one of the most remarkable feats
of endurance in the saddle and has the
merit of freedom from cruelty. The
squire rode his race on the Newmarket
race course, changing his horse every
Mr. Osbaldestone used 16 horses for
his task and- rode standing in his stir
rups like a jockey, while he kept his
mount at full speed from start to finish
of its four mile heat, having quite a
"set to" with his pacemaker at the end
of each. The squire was a hardy man
and in good training, so suffered no bad
effects from his exertions. Chambers'
Mr. Waite (trying to entertain his lady
love's 6-year-old sister) Do you know
who I am?
Flossie Yes. Pa says you're Edith's
last chance. London Tit-Bits.
Will ReopeTOct. 23.
St. Paul, Oct. 10. It is announced
that the National German bank will re
open its doors Oct 23. The institutioB
closed Auf . 4.
Bank President Annie Moores.
Mrs. Annie Moores, the only woman
president of a national bank, has rather
had her greatness thrust upon her. The
banking institution known as the First
National bank of Mount Pleasant, Tex..
. of which she is the presiding officer, was
originally a private banking house, and
obedient to the wish of her father and
brother, who controlled it, Bhe familiar
ized herself -with all the details of its
workings. Later, when it came into her
hands a national bank concern, it was
with some misgivings that she stepped
into tho whito light of publicity as its
head. It is a pleasure to record that the
ordeal has been wholly satisfactory, and
oven during the recent financial crisis
the credit of the Mount Pleasant bank
has stood unimpeached. As it is situated
in a cotton district, its business is of con
siderable volume, and it is high praise
for its head that it has safely weathered
the late stormy money times. Exchange.
A Chinese Prorerb's Origin.
" 'He'll steal your shoes' is an expres
sion which in China is used to describe
an arrant knave and pilferer," says ex
Consul Edward Bedloe. "The expres
sion is hundreds of years old and is based
on an adventure perpetuated through
the medium of decorated crockery ware.
A wealthy Chinaman, whose gorgeously
embroidered shoes were the envy of the
community, was, according to the leg
end, despoiled of his pride in the fol
lowing manner: A rascal one day rushed
up, gave the rich man a hearty blow on
the back, and seizing the astonished gen
tleman's hat pitched it upon a high wall.
The next moment the fellow seemed to
discover that it was not an old friend he
was greeting so enthusiastically and
"'How shall I get my hat?" inquired
the man with the beautiful Bhoes.
" 'Jump on my back and you can reach
it,' replied the schemer.
"The suggestion was carried out, but
while the hatless man was reaching for
his head covering the rascal slipped off
tho handsome shoes and made away,
leaving the simple minded millionaire
clutching the wall."
Wait and see Europe piling in
cotton bales on Uncle Sam's wharves
and listen for Dixie to yell for pro
tection from "the pauper labor of
"Why Is He So Irritable?"
This question is otteu lie-srd and nearly
as often, unanswered.
It is not always remembered, as it
should be, that theYccasion of ill-temper
and irritability is often to be found in th?
physical condition of-the neTson affected.
'iJyspepsiH, rheumatism, impure Mood
ana liver troubles yield to Hood's Sars
nparilln; this is why it is an effective
tranquilizer, a peaceful messenger, and a
preventive of domestic quarrels.
The Lincoln News suggests that
the Nebraska building at the world's
fair bo brought home and re-erected
on, the state fair grounds as a per
manent exhibit for the Manufac
turers and Consumers' Association.
The suggestion is a good one if it
can be done economically and it
doesn't cost too much to disinfect it
of the all-around bad odor that it-
has-fallen iuto. Kearney Hub.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
forany case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hull'i Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CliEKKV & Co., Props. Toledo, O.
We. the undersigned, have known F.
TCbP'Bey'flfc.tbe last 15 tears, and be
lieve him perfectly l-onorablriQ all busi
ness transactions and ""UnrtucUlly able to
carry out any obligation made by their
West & Trnax. Wholesale Druggteb-,
Toledo, O. Walding. Ivinuan & Marvin,
Wholesaio Dnurirfsts, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is take internally,
acting directly upon the blood and ruucoi:
suriace ot tii system, iticp, ;c. po
bottle, bold bv all Dru
A Boston Boy's Eye3fght
Saved-Perhaps His Life
By Hood's Sarsaparllla Blood Poi
soned by Canker.
Bead tho following from a grateful mother:
" My little boy had Scarlet Fever when 4 years
old, and It left him very weak and with blood
peiaaaed rih canker. Ills cyc3 became
so Inflamed that his sufferings were intense, and
for seven weeks-bo
Could Not pen His Eyes.
I took him twico during tint time to tho Eye
and Ear Infirmary on Charles street, but their
remedies failed to do him tho faintest shadow
of good. I commenced giving him Hood's
Barsaparllla and it soon cured him. I have
never doubted that it anred hi Bight, even
if mot his rcry life. You may use this tes
timonial in anv way you choose. I am always
ready to sound tho praiso of
because of tho wonderful good it did my son."
Abbie F. Blackmax, 2S88 "Washington St.,
Boston, Mas3. Get IIOOD'S.
HOOD'S PlLLS are hand made, and aro per
feet in composition, proportion and appearance.
Yung Yti, the new Chine?e min
ister at Washington, has.it is under
stood, forbidden the members of the
legation to accept social courtesies
or hospitality from anv American
so lonir as the strained relations
between the United States
China due to the Geary law
tinues to exist. ,
OUR FALL LINE
is now complete in every department. Having:
bought our goods for spot cash we can and will
undersell all competition. Our'line of
FALL AND WINTER SUITS
are cut and made in the very latest style. "Wsl
buy no job lots. Our clothing is made to our-
order, consequently it leaves us without ;
on fine goods. You will find our
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S SUIT
department is loaded with the latest novelties.
In fact every line is complete: Hats, Caps, Fur
nishing Goods, Trunks and Valises. We so
licit all cash buyers to investigate our goods -
Baliard's Snov Liniment.
Mrs. Hamilton C'Hmbriiljit. Ills, s-nys:
I had t:u' rheumatism so Imri 1 could not
rnise my hisnd to my head. iAM..i:i),s
Snow Lisimkxt has entirely cared me.
I tuke ptensnre in informing my neigh
bors and friends what it h:i5 done for mc
Chas. Handle', clerk for Lay and Lyman,
Jvewanee. Hi., advises us Snow Liniment
c ured him of Rheumatism. Why not try
it? It will surely do you good. It cures
all Itillarnalion. Vouuds, Cuts, Sprains'
etc. 1 or sale by A . i- btreitz.
WEBER AND VOLLMER, Props.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
Worth Platte, - Neb.
McKeighan softly pats his
rheumatism and thanks his tutelary
wicker-covered god that, he knew
enough to stay in Washington
until it blows over. He is no
"young man in politics."
XOTiCK FOU PUBLICATION.
Land OUieo at North Platte. Neb., )
October 5th. f
Notice is hereby piven that tho followinn
nnmct st'ttlek baa tiled notice or his intention to
make finnl proof in support of hiscln;m,and thnt
Bid proof will bo made beforo Ucjnster and
Receiver at. North Pittite, Neb., on November
18th. 18IB. Tizt I5avid O. TibbeK who made II. E.
No. 14,319. for the southwest qnartpr portion 12.
townpoip 11 north, ransellt wt. lie iiamra the
following witnesses to prove hit, continuous
residence nponand cultivation of said land viz:
Henry Stearley, Auisn'ins Knnk-I, Theodora J.
PaKKCtt, John Glcruaions all of North riaite.
&i A. S. BALDWIN, leister.
At a county court, heli! t tho county court
room. In and for Lincoln coasty. Neb., Oct. 5, IS93.
Piotient, James M. Itay. Cxiaty Judge.
Iu tho matter of the estateif George II. Siison,
On reeding and filing the jetitiou of Charlotte
E. 8l.3oa, prayl:: that administration cf said
estate may bo grunted to hor as admini;tator.
Ordered. Thnt October 27th, 1333, nt 11 o'clock a.
m., i- deigned for hearing ild petitiou, when
all person- intert ted in siiM matter may appear
at a rn'inty court be held in nu-S for ?afd county
and i-hvu- cause why th prayer of e'it!oner
should not be j;rnnte.i: ami that iK'tlco of the pen
dency of said jet!tlou anil tho hearing thereof be
Kiwii to all i erM.rsi interested in said matter by
ti;i)!i"l:!n:; a i-ipy of thi order iu the North
1'uttk Tj'.iKr.if, a v.eeklr netrspa!er uriuied in
'l'i.ti ' st!" county. Ior thrto roccesi.-ive weeks prior to
1 1 su j (r.ld day of hecrliij.-.
! JAMIIS M. ItA, County JndKe.
)on't fail to Re
(u tniei 8 riant Iu
- -I- - ,
Authorized Capital, $200,000
Paid in Capital, $50,000.
-1 GENERAL BANKING BUSI
Sells Bills of
INTEREST PAID. ON'TIME DEPOSITS.
Drugs, Medicines, Paints,
CORNER OF SIXTH
AND SPRUCE STREETS.
BOSTON STORKI .. . HINMAN
Gold weather is setting in, and everybody is looking
for fall and winter goods. We make a specialty to the
public for the entire month of September. Read our
Clothing, Boots and Shoes.
FITty dozen suits Men's heavy, Scotch
wool underwear at 1 per suit; can't bo
bought anywhore for less than 81.50.
Fifteen dozen Jersey ovorshirts at ios,
The very best ovoralls, warranted not
to rip, GOc, worth 90.
Men's boots S2, worth S3.
Boys' boots at $1.45, worth 62.25.
Children's boots S1.00, worth 81.05.
All our men's 10 suits, heavy and
good for winter wear, 8G.25.
One lot of young men's suits at 63.50,
One lot of young men's suits (age 13
to 19) 64.50, worth good value 8.00.
Children's suits from 81.50 up.
Men's cotton pants, warranted not to
rip. 75c, worth 1.50.
Men's hats 75c, worth 1.50.
Men's shoes 81.25, former price 2.00.
To ttart the peason on overcoats wo
offer oue-fourth off from the regular
Our Dry Goods Department.
Indigo prints, 5c.
German bh e, 3(-inch wide, 10c.
Chiviot worth 12:ic at 3.
Canton tiannel worth 9c at 71.,'.
Plaid dress goods worth 25c at 15
Ail-wool ladies' cloth, all colors, 3G
inch wide, suitable for dresses or capes,
47c wortii G5.
All-wool black Henrietta 35-inch wide,
55c worth 85.
Tho very best 15c dress gingham at
8JoC per yard.
Ladies' underwear,, whi'o and gray
mixed, 47c worth G5.
Natural all-wool underwear at 95c.
French Jersey ribbed underwear linest
iu tho market, 99.
Turkey red table linen at 23c wottti 15.
Whito table linen iOo worth G5.
Our stock of comforters and blankets
aro 75 per cent cheaper than any store
in the county.
Our stock of ladies' misses' and child
ren's shoes aro tho finest in tho city:
every pair warranted.
Farm : Implements,
Windmills, Harness, Etc.
JOS. F. FILLION,
Steam and Gas Fitting.
Cesspool and Sewerage a Specialty. Copper and Galvanised Iron Cor
nice. Tin and Iron Roofings.
Estimates furnished. Repairing o all kinds receive prompt attention.
Locust Street, Between Fifth and Sixth,
Remember this is the only Cheap Store with Good
Uoods in this locality, and a trial of the public is wanted.
lours to please,
J. PJZER, Proprietor.
The Cheapest and best in Lincoln County.
tention given to mail orders.
Every one who has any regard for ths
beauty of the human countenance will
regret to hear that earrings are coining
in again. The hideous pendant .is not
yet shown, but somethiag which re
sembles a shirt stad and ctm the
thb appearance of being iieeJIy tottoatC.
' Miss V. V. Dodge of Wt
one of thebestkaowmof the.
from a several years' joaraey ft
gation in South America,
made many wonderfal
ing to ths art of the
ftSfLHSiE PROTECT YOUR EYES.
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W IS. The well-known Eyo Expert of 620 Olive St., St. Louis,
mo., anu JO HJ. 14th btreet, .Now lork, has appointed
A. F. STREITZ as agent for his celebrated Non
Changeable Spectacles and Eye-Glasses. These glasses
are tho greatest invention ever made in spectacles, and
every pair purchased aro guaranteed, so that if at anv
time a change is necessary (no matter how scratched
t hn Inncoc 1 1 rn fnn;r.U I. . . :it. -
Mitr fm n .n iitiuisu mu iJiuiy v.iui it new pair
"mn r . A. P. STREITZ has a full assortment, and invites
1t nt 4 n nnlinh w V. a m rmY i.vn nf flirt r.vnnt ' -1 t
over any and all others now in use, to call and examine them at A. F.
Sole Agent for North Platte, ob. rso peddlers supplied. 'Tho Best
von genuine unless stamped on-Lnaugeable.
FINEST SAMPLE ROOM IN NORTH PLATTE
Having 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
and competent attendants will supply all your wants.
KEITH'S BLOCK, OPPOSITE THE UNION PACIFIC DEPOT.
ves i sr ss .a-aK' ewe-asasakk. i 1 1
THE WHERRELL BI-CfllMDE .OF GOLD CO,
OF WESTERN- ZSTBB-EJLSKIJL,
For the Treatment and Cure of the
Liquor, Morphine and Tobacco Habits.
A cure guaranteed or money refunded. Endorsed by the U. S. Government.
W ill not injure tho patient eithor mentally or physically.
Rooms 1 and 9, Neville Block, North Platte, Nebraska.