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IRA Ij. BARE, Editor and Pkopkietor
ir i-Atn ix 4dtas.ce. - - 100 rrn annum
IT XOT PAID IN ADVANCE,
$1.50 PER ANNUM
The general trend of sentiment
of the senate committee seems fa
vorable to the admission into the
union of all territories applying, and
uian s ciaim win be the first con
Entered t theNorthHntte (Nebraska) poeloffice as
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1894.
A bill introduced in the Iowa
legislature provides that all parties
desiring to use intoxicants shall in
corporate in clubs of 100 members
each. County auditors may furnish
liquor to such clubs and issue coupon
tickets at 10 cents each, good for a
twist at the club locker.
And it is now announced that
Lillian Russell's latest husband,
John Chatterton, once captured the
principal prize at the late P. T.
Barnum's first baby show in New
York. 'Tis thus the honors are
thrust upon the blushing Lil whose
matrimonial experiences are only
equalled by those of Kate Castleton
or Sarah Bernhardt.
Those workingmen who went to
Washington to protest against the
passage of the Wilson bill are com
plaining of rather brusque treat
ment at the hands of several demo
cratic congressmen to whom they
ventured to address themselves.
They now feel quite assured that
they cut a smaller figure with the
democratic politicians after election
TnE Iowa supreme court reaffirms
its decision that the prohibitory
amendment is not a part of the
state constitution, not having been
legally adopted. Under such de
cision the way is open for the
repeal of a law which has never
been enforced except in communi
ties where a majority favor total
abstinence, and for the substitution
of count- option, which will give
prohibition counties what they want
and make the liquor business, which
has flourished in other counties,
pay a heavy license tax and be
placed under restriction. Minne
Chloride of lime, carbolic acid
and other disacreeable things are to
be driven out, so we are informed,
by a new variety of disinfectants
that are gifted with the most de
lightful odors. A French physician
adds to the cheerfulness brought by
this announcement by stating that
deep inhalations from a handker
chief saturated in cologne water
will check the most obstinate cold.
If the cold is in the head the inhal
ation should be through the nose,
if in the chest, through the mouth.
It should be so vigorous that a
burning sensation is felt. This
soon passes away, however, and the
cold goes with it.
Highest of all in Leavening Bower. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Now that Bismarck and the em
peror have become friendly the
probabilities are that before many
years there will be some new map
making in Europe. It was a shrewd
stroke of diplomacy on the part of
the sovereign to reunite his empire
ere the death of the old iron chan
cellor, who at best, will not
much longer. The reconciliation
is a menace to French invasion of
The friends of ex-governor Camp
bell, of Ohio, are claiming that he
is an active candidate for the gu
bernatorial campaign next 3'ear,
after which he will be a presiden
tial aspirant in 1890, as the admin
istration candidate. It is stated
that he dictated all the recent fed
eral appointments in the Buckeye
state. This latter only proves that
the administration loves Jimmy
better than Larry, but wait until
our Billy has a go at him.
A recent dispatch from Wash
ington announces that it is the in
tention of the democrats in congress
to make another heavy reduction
in pension disbursements at the
next session of this congress. If
Cleveland and his gang of friends
who so thoroughly hate the pen
sioners will be patient death will
reduce the disbursements. But per
haps they would hasten death by
cutting off the pensions of those old
soldiers whose maimed condition
precludes the possibility of them
earning a living.
Tammany has sent its boss down
to Washington to whip the New
York democratic senators and mem
bers of congress into line in opposi
tion to the federal income tax bill
Tammany met its Waterloo in Chi
cago at the nomination of Cleve
land and the organization should
have a sufficient!' correct idea of
the proprieties to remain a corpse.
The indications are that the Wil
son tariff bill and the income tax
law will be enacted by a democratic
congress, and upon that party will
he tastened the responsibility.
Tin: sex is defended by courts of
justice even in staid old Connecticut.
A case was recently reported where
a prosperous young farmer, Ros
well Chamberlain, courted a country
schoolma'am for two years, wrote
love letters, and received love tokens
in return. But after a courtship of
two years Chamberlain told her
that he could not afford to man-
last i her. "bnesiiise he needed all his
money to buy fertilizer with." Is
it any wonder that the goddess took
the bandage from her eyes for a
moment that she might see the
man who preferred fertilizer to a
pretty girl, who would rather have
A 11 1 Tl
a train robber named Jonn
Dalton was captured by one of the
Northwestern express messengers
Friday. Dalton had himself ex
pressed on the inside of a stuffed i
buffalo, but this game was spoiled j
by his removing one of the animal's
glass eyes, through the socket of
which he pushed a six-shooter cov- j
ering the messenger. The latter!
however, escaped from its aim j
and leaped on the back of the stuffed !
animal. The back caved in and he !
dropped on the robber inside and '
sat on him until the next station
was reached, when he was turned t ium
over to the authorities. The sate 1
contained $50,000. Evidently Dal
ton had confederates who were to
act at his signal. They have not
A letter has just been made
public, says an exchange, in which
Sister Lease declares that "Governor
Lewelling and his crowd elected by
the liquor and fusion votes took
bone dust than bones clothed in
fleh and blood, and who spurned
the joys of wedlock for the delights
of a big crop of potatoes. The
schoolm'm laid aside her ferule and
walked into court, which promptly
assessed her damages at S750 cash
and costs. Served him right.
During the year 1892 fire insur
ance companies drew out of this
state $1,053,754 in premiums on
risks taken. Out of this vast sum
only 8G79.40S was paid in losses.
The total receipts of Nebraska
companies from risks taken in the
state amounted to $4G4,225, while
the total amount paid in lossess was
but $105,107. The managers of all
insurance companies agree that the
total cost of getting business is 33
per cent of gross premium receipts,
tis easy to compute the enormous
profits that have beeU pocketed by
them, and it is also easy to see the
absurdity of their claims that the
recent advance of rates was forced
upon them by reason of poor busi
ness and actual loss on business
originating in Nebraska. We have
heretofore intimated that insurance
people are sowing the wind only a
little later to reap the whirlwind.
We predict that if they do not soon
reverse their policy our legislatures
will retaliate and put laws on the
statute books that will protect their
patrons against further imposition.
The despised and rejected Amer
ican wage-earner in the Pennsyl
vania coal regions has given a no
ble account of himself. He it was
that, returning good for evil treat
ment, came to the rescue of the coal
barons' property and repulsed the
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! auarcuibuc annus wmi nau urguu-
ized for its total destruction. The
American is a lover of law; he suf
fers and is strong; he tries to find a
legal remedy for the evils from
which he suffers. Time and again
the Inter Ocean has spoken of the
Pennsylvania coal regions as the
disfiguring blotches of the Ameri
can system. The trade ia foreign
labor has been scandously unjust to
Americans. U ages have been lower
consistent with American
modes of life. Strikes have been
tl i t i . 3 nr: t !-.
UOCK isianu, ju-issuuii i acinc aim
Missouri, Kansas & Texas ( 1 have
more frequent and riots more fierce
there than elsewhere. The price
on anthracite has been maintained.
the wages of miners have been low- !
ered. the home-building and law- j
i abiding American has been sup-1
planted by foreigners who were not
: of a desirable class. The darkest
; parts of Central Europe have been
evied uiion for the least educated
Congressman Wilson remarked:
"The country has been drunk on
protection for the last thirty rears."
The fact remains, however, that no
people on the globe have been so
prosperous during that long period
as has the people of the United
States. They are at anv rate ''sober"
enough now. The country does
not even indulge "in a smile."
The organs of the administration
in New York are at their wits' end.
They are trying to ignore the con
ditions or the party at Washington
and seem to have the idea that if
they keep still peace and happiness
will flow as a river. But the people
of the nation are on the war path,
and partisan organs are as helpless
as babies to turn aside the nation's
Nebraska has been humiliated -at
Washington again. The speech of
Senator Jones has been printed in
a separate number of the Congres
sional Record and the dispatches
say that this is "the first time a
single speech has ever had that
distinction." And in spite of Allen's
widely advertised effort we are
obliged to take a back seat to a
measly little state like Nevada, and
in a wind contest at that! It is
almost enough to justify a day of
special fasting and a new order for
sackcloth and ashes.
Have you houseVfor rent? If so, list
them with T. C. Patterson and you will
secure tenants. . ",
The rumor is - gaining credence
that there will be no further fight
ing in Brazil unless theefforts mak
ing to adjust the existing difficulties
miscarry. People are usually
anxious to believe what they prefer
to be true. We trust that these
atest rumors may be founded on
Liver and Kidney Cure.
Parks' Sure Cure is the only guaran
teed remedy. Its action is quick and
positive. Will stop that backache and
sick-headnche. A positive specific for all
diseases of women. Why suffer when it
will cure you? For sale by North Platte
The people of Colorado are gradu
ally climbing out of the slough of
despond into which they rashly
plunged themselves last summer
when the Sherman act was repealed.
They are beginning to realize that
they can make more money mining
gold than they can by delving silver.
The improvements in mining ma
chinery and the reduced cost of
transportation from mine to smelter
lias very materially reduced the
expense of gold mining, and the
yellow metal is likely to have a
boom in the silver states. Bee.
Nebraska secured a larger quota
of the foreign immigration last year
than eitlnr of the two states to the
nort h and to the south of her. With
proper advertising of her resources
and adequate inducements to immi
grants Nebraska ought to do re!a-
4 iirfil i lifif-fm flmli elm lint? l.-w. C
incij I'uuii one; iwia uuuu jii jj j- fr
the year just commencing. The j doz. hoi
Will ,T. Davis, of the Columbia
Theater, the stakeholder, j&r the
championship contest between-.
James J. Gorbett and Peter Jackson
has received a second deposit of
$2,000. The heavy-weights will
battle in June in accordance with
the agreement made at their meet
ing at the Chicago Press Club last
"During the epidemic of la grippe
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy took
the lead here and was much "better
liked than other cough medicinj."
H. M. Bangs, druggist, Chatsworth,
The grip is much the same as a very
severe cold and requires precisely
the same treatment. This remedy
is prompt and effectual and will
prevent any tendency of the disease
toward pneumonia. For sale by A.
F. Streitz and North Platte Phar
macy. Colorado has now had several
weeks experience with Goverr.ox
Waite's special session of the state
legislature, but finds itself no
further advanced toward a complete
restoration of industrial" prosperity
than it would have been had no
legislature been convened. The
governor also finds himself as far
from i lie realization of his wild
hopes of fiat currency as ever. The
chief result thus far seems to have
been the piling up of the daily
legislative expenses, with several
more davs in sight.
What is the Secret of the Marked Success of the
HOW IS THIS ?
Asked one man of another, the other day. We overheard
-the remark.- This is our answer: It is the one-idea
man who gets there. Sticking to one thing, working hard
at it all the time, brings about better results than dividing
efforts. We have been pegging away for the past -i years
TO KEEP PRICES DOWJN
and to make our business the largest and best in the city
We have been successful. On our reputation depends our
future trade and we shall in no way do anything' to dam
age it, but on the other hand shall work hard to gain and
hold the confidence of the people. We carry everything.
Wc always liave the Latest in Fine Foot-wear.
Our ladies' and gents' 2.50 cannot be equalled: every
pair warranted. All our shoes repaired free of charge
Once a customer always a customer at
M SHOP IH- CONNECTION, r
HALF SOLEIHS SO CIS.
L. ABT & SONS,
Manufacturers of Fine Clothing-,
218 and 220 Market Street.
CHICAGO, Jan. 13, 1894.
Messrs. STAR CLOTHING HOUSE,
North Platte, Neb.
Gentlemen: We are in receipt of your esteemed favor
of the 8th inst., and have decided, owing to the back
wardness of the season, to accept your offer on the lot of
Overcoats and Suits which you order, (although they are
some of 'the most desirable portions of our stock to-day),
and which we have shipped as per invoice enclosed here
in. You are doubtless aware that these goods are billed
to you at about 50 per cent of their cost of production.
However, on account of the general depression in trade
in large financial centers, wc are willing to accept your
proposition, but wish to warn you at the same time that
such prices as those you offer are not likely again to pre
vail for man7 a day. Awaiting your further commands,
we remain very truly yours,
L. ABT & SONS.
ON SALE AT
Four new war vessels, the Mar
blehead, Columbia, Raleigh, and
Cincinnati, will be ready for sea
service within the next two months.
All Ills That Tills
Are good for are treated more success
fullyby Parks' Tea. Is not a cathartic;
no griping or pain, vet moves the bowels
every day. Sold by North Platte Phar-macv.
numoer or arrivals wno on landing
declared this state to be their des
tination in 1893 was 3,154, a num
ber which could be several times
increased with good results to both
immigrants and the state.
It is almost astonishing to note
the increased acreage of sugar beet
growing in Nebraska. The acreage
of beet grown in 1894 will be about
double that of the year previous,
says the Litchfield Monitor, and the
factories will necessarily be worked
to their fullest capacity. The soil
along the largest streams, which is
a sandy loam, is especially adapted
to this vegetation, and at no distant j
day Nebraska will be classed as one
of the largest sugar producing states
in the country. Larger and addi
tional factories will be built to
handle the product, and with sugar
and corn combined, Nebraska will
be a glorious state.
The ignorance displayed br an
Omaha editor, who assumes to say
that over one-third of all the oil
imported into Nebraska is founnd
"below the low standard demanded
by the Nebraska law," is just a little
more pronounced than the usual
outbreak from that source. The
Professional hunters in laying in sup-,
plies for a long limit take, first 20 gals, of
snake bite cure, 2nd, 1 pound of crackers.
:als. of snake bite cure, and 4th, 2
ttles of Haller's Sure Cure Couch
byrun. i' or sale by r . 11. Jongley.
It. is to be hoped that tne widow
of the late Senator Stanford Will j
manage to exist on the trifling
allowance oft $10,000 stt liftl&J
granted her by the -court pending
the settlement of the estate. If
she finds it difficult to live within
her'income tlrf" are plenty of indi
viduals waiting for an opportunity
fo demonstrate by experiment the
fact that it. is possible under a strict
regime of economy. After the
estate shall have been settled she
may be enabled to indulge in a few
trifling luxuries, but until then she
will have to live within the limits
of her allowance.
David Shivere of Lexington,
while under the influence of liquor,
attempted to commit suicide by
taking stryenine. He was prevented
from carrying out fiis grave design
and the inhuman judge lined linn
10 for trying.
Captain Swvenpj', U. S, A., Snn Diego,
Cal , says: "Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy is
the first medicine 1 have ever found that
would do me any good." Price 50 ct&.
Soli by .North Platte Pharmacy.
I am prepared to take any order in the
shoo line. Hand made- or ready made.
NEW STOCK ON HAND.
Please give- mo a call
before- you make
The call for ''bonds of small de
nomination'" so that "the common
people can invest in them" would
be all right if these democratic
times had not made it impossible
for ''the common people" to do so.
But let the small bonds be issued,
with a hope of republican times in
the near future.
Coal Oil, Gasoline,
Crude Petroleum and
Coal Gas Tar.
The Star Clothing House
WEBER & Y0LLMER, Props.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
North Platte, - Neb.
Authorized Capital, $200,000
Paid in Gamta, $50,000. .
GENERAL JUXKIXG J'.Cb'I
XEb'S TJiAXSA CTED.
Leave orders at Evans1 Book Store.
It is explained by way of St.
Louis that the periodical fall of a
stone from the Board of Trade
building in Chicago is due to the
siesniic disturbance occasioned by
the Chicago woman putting her
foot down with emphasis.
. Shiloh's Vitalizer is what you need for
Dyspepsia, .Torpid Liver, Yellow Skirnor
Kidney Trouble. It is guaranteed to give
you satisfaction. Price 75c. Sold by
North Platte Pharmacy.
There have been netitions sent to
facts are that from April 1, 1893, to congress against the Wilson bill
December 31, 1U3, 122,325 barrels i sir,.d I
ot oil were examined. Of these
,G7S barrels were "approved ' and
k- i or,n nnn
just wait until thev
and ,;irainst the ininuitv. The concrres-
44,647 were "rejected'" Now, son.,i Wilsons and" even the great
everybody who knows anything, boss himself will understand that
about oil inspection knows that better.
"rejected oil" is simply gasoline. It j -
doesn't pretend to be anything else, t Ballard's Hcrehound Syrup.
It is "rejected for illuminating nur-L We i?'nJtee this to be the best Couch
m i ii i i i i byrup manufactured m the whole wide
poses. i hat is the stamp placed worIcK Thi is Miyfnir a cnat deal, but
upon the barrel. Journal. ! it is true. Fer Consumption, Coughs.
- ; Colds, Sore Throat, St.re Chest, Pneil-
Later plans for the reoriraniza-, 'nia, Hronchitis, Asthma, Croup,
fmn nf ilio lTninn P-r-Jfi,. vr.,,.1 ..c hooping Cou-h,
Parks' Cough Syrup cures Coughs,
Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough. The
standard home remedy in thousands of
'families fop all lung diseases. Guaran
teed by Noth Plrffte Pharmacy.
Major Burke, Louisiana's treas
urer who embezzled $3,000,000, is
now managing a mine in Honduras
belonging to a New York syndicate.
He sars he will return for trial
when he gets enough money to de
fend his case.
If salt costs one cent a pound and ham
15 cents, what would a hoc be worth that
had been fed on Haller's Condition Pow
ders? For sulo by F, II. Longley.
Hershey & Co.
Moral : I
OF ALL KINDS,
Farm and Spring Wagons,
Buggies, Road Carts,
Wind Mills, Pumps, Barb
Locust Street, between Fifth and Sixth
Sells Bills of Exchange on all Foreign
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
O OH.B.E SFOB1 X Jb32XTO:E2 SOLICITED.
A. F. STREITZ,
Beallsm In the Drama.
Realism in the drama is a great
thing. The other day a London man
ager applied to a magistrate for per
mission to introduce a livo infant in a
fire scene. The child was to be rescued
from a burning house by a collie dog,
which was to climb a ladder and leap
from a window with the baby in his
mouth. The manager was highly in
dignant when his application was re
fused, and eo was the affectionate- father
who had provided the baby for a night
ly consideration. Stageland.
Aiitlsmlpcr Law Tolit.
Sr. Paul, Jan. 31. The renowned nn
titicket scalper law was declared to lxv
tnconstitutional bv Judge Willis in tho
iistrict court. The case will
go to tho
We have yet to find any case of barb
t ire cut that Haller's Barb Wire Liniment
will not cure. We absolutely guarantee
it and F.'II. Longley will refund the cash
for all provinc unsatisfactory.
1 1. M.KK PltOPMETAKY Co.
uiiuca nuiii iiic mice uuiii iiitii ic i i j'i' l
their proletariat. The
the proof); that they are m part-jh d the idea of
nership with saloons and gambling j home inavkefc
nouses, tuac ate iuc . u5 - labf)r as we Jlg for th(J roducts
ever cursed Kansas."' Now this is
getting interesting. The language
is pointed. If the charge is false
there should be a libel law to reach
Mrs. Leach. If it is true the bosses
of the populist party had better
gather together their annual passes
and prepare to leave the Kansas
T. Dewttt Talmage has resigned i
his pastorate at the Brooklyn Tab-1
1 labor. Had the mine owners stir-
rounaeu inemseives wun nome
owninsr workmenn, Americans by
birth or naturalization, the bloody
event of Saturday might have been
avoided. As it was. the restora
tion of order was due to that Amer-
ican element in which the coal
i combine has seeii no value except
' as it furnished purchasers for the
, products of its mines. Well will it
be if the last lesson be heeded. A
i-ill -i?rl in f ol lirranf. finfl M'nllrrn
ernacle giving :is his principal rea-itente'd body o workmeiK Ameri
cans by birth or naturalization, is
and most reliable
son for his action the mental strain
in proviaing ror uie luueuieuuess ul ii
mis concern, wmcn ror jears nas ne fi, ;,a 0 :.. Q,.
. - I T l i LL U (11 11 1 (Hi JL. LUU luiuiwio vyi 1 1,0 will
been heavily involved as being too j. The event of Saturday is
wearisome upon him in connection - ;d American hatred
with his clerical duties. The St
Louis Globe-Democrat truly re
marks that "if the wealthy mem
bers of Dr. Talmage's church are
wise they will pay eff the debt on
the Dronertv at once as
of anarchy. Inter Ocean.
Ballard's Snow Liniment.
This invaluable remedy is one that
ought to be in every household. It will
cure your Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Sprains, Cuts. Bruised. Burns, Frosted
Brooklyn Tabernacle without Tal- ' Feet and Ears, Sore Throat and Sore
mage would be apt to pass into the
hands of a receiver.1' The action
of the average New Yorker as
shown by the Gen. Grant monu
ment fund, and his offer for the re
cent world's fair is thus again
brought before the memory of a
Chest. If von have Lame Back it will
cure it It penetrates to the seat of the
disease. It will cure Stiff Joints and
contracted muscles after all other reme
dies have failed. Those who have been
cripples for years have used Ballard's
Snoic Linimact and thrown away their
crutches and been able to walk as well as
ever. It will cure you. Price 50 cents.
Sold bv A. F. Streitz. 1-2
well as some of the earlier ones,
suggest the resting of the control
of the road in the government. If
this means anything more than the
old plan of giving the government
a feu- of the directors, it is of some
significance. What the stockhold
ers have now to fear is a foreclosure
on the part of the government. To
save the road from that fate they
would doubtless be glad to hand
over control to the nation on the
theory that it would not do
all diseases of
guarantee Baixaud's IIokuhouxi) Syklt
to be. without an equal on the whole face
of the globe. In support of this state
ment we refer to every individual whu
has ever used it and to every druggfst
who has ever sold it. such evidence" is
indisputable. For sale by A. F. Streitz
Mnnufactorer of nad Dealer la
Curbing, Building Stone,
And all kindn of Monumental
and Cemetery Work.
Careful attention given to lettering of
every description. Jobbing don on
Bhort notice. Orders solicited and esti
mates freely given.
Prominent citizens and business I
men of Chicago have commenced a i
contest io oust Hopkins, elected
l - 1 1 I T T . !
iii.iyuj iu Micct-eu carter Harrison.
The petition in contest alleges fraud
much , and that by throwing out thu illegal
i. ri. ii ,
voir.- Lttsi owiiG wouiu nave a
majority of a least twenty thousand.
worse lor them than some
mismanagements. But while
eminent control might be of doubt
ful expediency in any case, it would ; Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that
be particularly rooiish to accept the. uoniam mercury,
management of the property with :l5 mercu,ry " surely destroy the sense
popular in should never be used except on prescrjp-,-ld
C Mass.) '-tio" from repmahle physicians, as the
it nnf. lnn.l nf it-ntu.. in ,nnihi. m. :,UU upiejy Uerange the
. . . w m)je s,VMem Wuen entering it
ization added to ov one ot these I the mucous surfaces. Such
T?w;.... j damage they will do is ten fold to 'the
"..(immuvuu. cooll vou c;m noi-jy derive from tlmm
liall's Catarrh Cure -manufactured' bv F.
J. Cheney A: Co.. Toledo, O., contains. no
mercury, and is taken internally, acting
directly unoa the blood and mucous sbr--faces
of the system. In buying IraH's
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine.
It is taken internall-, and made in Toledo.
Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimon
ESSold 'by Druggists, price 7oc.
About a year ago I took a violent
attack of la grippe. I coughed day
and night for about six weeks; my
wife then suggested that 1 try
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. At
first I could see no difference, but
still kept taking it, and soon found
thatt was what f needed. If I
got no relief from one dose I took
another, and it was only a few days
until I was free from the cough.
I think people in general ought to
know the value of this remedy, and
I take pleasure in acknowledging
the benefit I have received from it.
Madison Mustard, Otway. Ohio.
25 and 50 cent bottles for sale bv
A. F. Streitz; and Korth Platte
The publisher of the Nebraska
City Press has sued the city for- an
old printing bill of over two thous
and dollars and levied an attach
ment on the town. The city coun
cil, after due consideration, has
concluded that it would be cheaper
to let the Press take the town tjian
pay the bill, and thus its hopes are
dashed to earth right at the start.
GEO. NAU MAN'S
Meats at wholesale and re
tail. Fish and Game in
season. Sausage at all
times. Cash paid for Hides.
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils
Window Glass, Machine Oils,
CORNER OF SIXTH AND SPRUCE STREETS.
FINEST SAMPLE ROOM. IN NORTH PLATTE
Having refitted our rooms in the finest of style, the public
is invited to call and see u., insuring courteous treatment.
Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.
billiard hall is supplied witii the best, make of tables
atl vour wants.
competent, attendants will supply
KEITH'S BLOCK", "OPPOSITE THE UNION I
PROTECT YOUR EYES.
MR. E. HIRSOHBERG,
l 'x f - .
)? J. Tll well-known Eye Expert of (Ji) Olive St., St. Loui.
VpSSsMo.,aiHl: K- 11th .Street, New Vork, has appointed
lftlSr& A-F- STREITZ as aent f.,r his celebrated Nn
I Wt rvt? " Changeable Spectacles and Eye Glasses. These "lasses
I. A. FORT
The Tribune and
Weekly Inter Ocean
Both one year $1.30.
This ought to prove sat
isfactory to even the fellow
wants the earth for a nickel.
Come in and get double
value for your money.
Has 200,000 acreB of U. P. R. Ii. land for
sale on tho ten year plan. Call and
see him if you want a bargain.
R. D. THOMSON,
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 now pair
' of Glasses, free of charge.
A. P. STREITZ has a full assortment, and invites
all who wish to satisfy themselves of tho groit superiority of these
glasses over any and all others now in use, to call and examine them at A. F.
STREITZ, Solo Agent for North Platte, Xeb. Xo peddlers supplied. "Tho Best
in tho World. Xone genuine unless stamped Non-Changeable.
127 Sixth St. Cor. of Vine,
NOIITH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
FARMS FOR SALE!
Four of Lincoln County's
Ea".h containing 160 acres. Well
adapted for farming and stock rais
ing; nine miles from railroad sta
tion. One farm contains a fine
young orchard, arid is well im
proved. For further particulars
ROX 4o: NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
Farm : implements,
Windmills, Harness, Etc.
JOS. F. FILLION,
Stfeam and Gas Fitting.
Cesspool'and Sewdrage'a Specialty. Copper and Galvanized Iron 'Car-
nice, im ana iron ltoohn"s.
Estimates furnished. Repairing of all kinds receive prompt attention
Locust Street, Between Fifth and Sixth,
ISTorth. IPlatte, ----- 7SJ"ebraska.