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WEDNESDAY, 31ARCH 7, 1891.
Jubal A. Eaeey, the prominent
confederate general, died at his home
in Lynchburg, Ve., Friday night at
the age of seventy-Height jears.
The interstate irrigation conven
tion which is called "to meet at Om
aha on the 21st 'and 22d of March
promises to be largely attended and
good resoles may are anticipated.
Considerable interest is being
aroused in Germany over the work
of the silver monetary commission
With the objection of that country
removed the aDnreciation of silver
interests in the United States will be
an easy task.
The Bland bill, providing for the
coinage of the silver seignorage and
a 1 11 1
tne silver bunion in tne treasury
passed the house Thursday by a vote
of 168 to 129. There is doubt as to
the measure passing the senate, but
ii 5 - a a- :n L
ii it aoes tne aaministrauuu win
hold of $50,000,000, which is sadly
needed at this particular time.
iJUSTICE has a big iob on hand in
taking care of the ballot box staff
ers in New York. After all the
convictions, there are still about
fiftv of the eentrv vet to run
through the mill. If .they all re
ceive their deserts, it will be the
biggest and most wholesome clean
ing up New York has managed to
do for many years.
A petition headed by H. Parker,
of (Georgetown, Colo., is being cir
culated m the Centennial state and
is causing quite a sensation, the
purport of which is to the effect
that all silver producing states se
cede from the United States and
become annexed to Mexico. The
mayor is quoted as saying that
"similar petititions will be in cir
culation throughout the silver bear
ing states in a veiy short time, and
Georgetown has been requested to
take the initiative."
The chairman of the pop county
central committee has issued a call
for the meeting of the faithful to
assemble in this citv. We would
suggest that Wallace, which furn
ished the majority for that party,
have a full representation at the
meeting and try to secure their
lswag" in the future. With the
removal or iir. Ualvert irom our
county, as noted in our Somerset
correspondence this week, there is
an opportunity for some perspiring
patriot to be appointed to a fat of
fice: An ex-farmer comes forward
with a scheme for increasing the
price of wheat that is both audacious
and interesting, says the State Jour
nal. He wants the farmers gener
ally to stop raising wheat and go on
the boards of trade with dealings
that will accentuate the growing
shortage. He wants them to plant
no wheat this spring, but to buy for
future delivery the amount they us
ually produce. If every farmer in
the country joins in this movement
there will be a tremendous shifting
from the supply to the demand side
of the market, and there should be
an upward tendency early in the
summer. But it would cost the far
mers a good deal of money, because
the wheat lands would have to be
planted to something else, and there
would be a glut in other crops, and
the loss there might be something
The Philadelphia Times, which
was thoroughly tickled when Cleve
land was elected president, with both
branches of congress strongly demo
cmtic, but the result has not evi
dently been what the Times expect
ed, for in a recent issue is found the
following: "The only one conspic
uous result of the present congress
thus far is an impressive lesson given
to the American people that the
democratic party is unfit to
crovern the republic. It has
politicians large and small,
small, while statesmanship
seems to have become a lost art
in the councils of that organization.
It is now more than six months
since congress met, and the single
thing it has accomplished to meet
the business necessities of the coun
try was the repeal of the silver bill,
and that would not have been accom
plished without republican votes."
Treasurer Weirner, of Custer
csssty, has been found to be 12,849
shert in his accounts.. He is a pop
ulist, and was considered an ideal
man by the members of his party.
His deficit is charged to incompe-
ijknnv and over-erenerositv in meet
ing the demands of his political
friends. On his $150,000 bond
for his first term he secured the sig
natures of 150 farmers, who in many
esses qualified for all they were
worth. For his second term his
boss' contained the names of bank-
3 1 a.
ss well as rarmers; ana wnau
akes the farmers hot is that as soon
i treasurer Weirner found that he
behind he went to the First Na
tional bank in Broken Bow and gave
them a mortgage on all his property
to secure a loan of $6,000 to pay off
ths shortage on the last term, mak
ing the bankers the preferred credi
tors, and leaving his farmer friends
whs signed the first bond to pay the
shortage of $6,849 due on the first
Tom Kelly has hauled several
tons of hay to North Platte lately,
and W. O. Thompson took down a
load of wheat Monday.
beveral sports from the Platte.
were hunting geese in this section
,-Sunday and had fair success.
A Sunday-school was organized
at this place Sunday evening. The
first 'meeting will be held at the
school house next Sabbath at 10:30
in the forenoon.
N.. B. Spurrier is feeding a fine
lot of porkers for the spring market.
1 Frank Berry and Al Hoover, of
Hinman precinct, are both on the
sick list. Dr. Duncan is in attend
ance. We have heard of people selling
themselves cheap, but the cheapest
sale of this kind we have heard of
lately is that of a certain man who
sold himselt to the railroad compa
ny for a forty cent pass
A fire set out by a certain party
over north or here a few days ago
made the people of that vicinity get
there for a time, but it was extm
guished before much damage en
One the U. P. engines, which
are said to be equipped with all of
the modern improvements and oper
ated by skillful men, set eight fires
within a hair mile as it passed up
the road a few days since.
There was preaching at the
Nichols school house Sunday even
ing by a traveling parson.
Perry Sawj'er, of North Platte,
will reside on the ditch farm in
Hinman recently vacated by Elmer
A few farmers in this section
have sown some wheat during the
The light shower Saturday night
nearly caused a panic in this section
of. the country, as it had been so
long since the people witnessed a
rain that they seemed to think that
a deluge was upon them for a fact.
Wild geese have been quite plen
tiful in this section lately.
I. M. Baley and family are set
tled on the W. E. Parks farm.
We understand that a change has
recently been made in the manage
ment of the Hershey townsite
Andy Struthers, of North Platte,
"dmvnded" three fine wild geese
while up in this country the last of
T. C. Brown came down from
the ranch the middle of last week.
The new ditch residences in this
locality are about completed and
ready for occupancy.
W. F. Gibbons and family pre
now residing on the Ferguson farm
E. Spitsnogle and family have
moved to the Veach farm in the
west part of this precinct.
W. H. Null, of Myrtle, has loca
ted on Henry Weil's farm in Hin
W. E. Parks and D. W. Baker,
of the Platte, were conspicuous in
this section a few days ago.
L. E. Jones arrived to-day from
Illinois, where he had been spend
ing the winter.
We have been informed that I.
N. Ball has concluded to remain in
this county and will till the soil
Charles Burke, of the Platte,
It must be a good article that will
in4ce a man to go forty miles to
get k. Mr. E. R. Swetnam, of Fair
fax Station, Va., says: a party came
forty miles to his store for Cham ber
lain Cough Remedy and bought a
doses bottles. ''The Remedy is a
great favorite in this vicinity," he
says, and has performed some won
derful cures here." It is intended
sspscially for coughs,colds,croup and
whooping-cough. For sale by A. F.
Btrsite and North Platte Pharmacy.
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a carload or nogs irom
to Denver one day last
Ellison shipped a car of
down the road from this
station about three weeks ago that
were so badly frozen when they
reached their destination that they
did not sell for enough to pay the
freight and the company has asked
John to remit.
A new sod blacksmith shop is
one of the latest improvements in
the city of Hershey.
Scott Vaughan, who has resided
on the Longley farm south of the
Platte, has recently moved to a
ditch farm in this vicinity.
George Gibbons and family are
nicely located on the Zook farm
near" this station, which he pur
chased a short time since.
Xavier Toillion and J. G. Feeken
assisted in the erection of L. Stick
ler's store building at Hershey last
J. F. Hinman, of North Platte,
was interviewing some of the gran
gers in this community recently in
regard to their wants in the farm
implement line the coming season.
Charles Toillion expects to make
some much needed repairs on his
farm residence in the near future,
Henry Brown returned to the
ranch one day last week to look af
ter things for a time.
L. Strickler moved his stock of
hardware from North Platte up to
Hershey the latter part of the week.
John Neary is still engaged in
decorating the new ditch houses
with red paint, the color used by the
The advent of this month was
lamb-like, but whether its exit will
partake of the nature of the "king
of beasts" is yet to be determined.
Several friends of W. H., O. W.
and Miss Cal Sullivan gave them a
surprise Saturday evening by call
ing on them without previous an
nouncement. The time was spent
in various ways until 10:30, when
supper was announced and all par
took of an oyster stew, which was
furnished and prepared by the in
truders. Ben Gibbons has traded for Win.
Winter's farm and gets possession
the 15th inst. Mr. Winters will
have an auction on the 13th to dis
pose of his personal property. He
and his family expect to return to
Wisconsin, their former home, in
the near future.
Our school teacher. Miss Jennie
Ware, has been boarding at home,
some five or six miles west of here,
during the recent fine weather,
making the daily trip with a horse
Nathan Black, of this precinct,
and Miss Ella Fye, of Nowell, were
united In the holy bonds of matri
mony at North Platte on Thursday
of last week. Thejr many friends
all join in wishing them a prosper
ous voyage across the rough s.ea of
life and that their trials and trou
bles will be light. Pax.
Awarded Highest Honors World's
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum
Used in Millions of-Homes 40 Years-the Standard
Rev. Thurber, of Ogallala, visited
with his son the fore part of this
Grant and Wallace Wagner came
in from Saunders county on Thurs
day with a car load of horses and
feed. They will put in a large crop
Mr. and Mrs. Yates were county
seat visitors on Friday.
John Armstrong, of Ogallala, was
visiting with relatives here the lat
ter part of the week.
Chas. Richards bas built an ice
house and stored away a generous
supply of the congealed moisture for
the coming summer.
Hostetter s new building is fast
assuming respectable proportions
and will be one of the roomiest
dwellings in town.
C. W. Shook has been boring wells
in the Birdwood country the past
L. K.Hhodes commenced working
on the section March 1st.
Eunice Johnson finished her term
of school at the Eureka schoolhouse
Rumors are in the air that before
long a dry goods store will be one of
the additious to our husiness direc
tory. North Platte was well represented
at Sutherland on Sunday. Some
were hunting ducks and geese, and
others were hunting "dear." The
goose-hunters had poor luck but the
other gentlemen did not report.
Considerable excitement was occa
sioned the latter part of last week by
a horse belonging to Chas. Richards
being taken by B. R. Gibbons, of
Nichols, who claims to have sold the
animal to Chas. Powers, and taken a
mortgage in payment of same. Mr.
Powers is somewhat of a trader and
the horse finally came into Mr. Rich
ards possession. Where Mr. Powers
will finally wind up is yet an unset
Rev. Randolph, of Paxton, was on
our streets Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ditto, of the west
part of the county, were taking in
the sights of our village Saturday.
The east part of town is getting
quite a reputation as a stock coun
try. Druggist Noehrn has the prize
pies, and lumberman Holtry is after
the prizes on fancy poultry.
The warm weather sets the farmer
on the uneasy bench, and tools are
are being piled up around our black
smiths to have them prepared for
Report has it that C. W. Shook
rented the Chambliss place for next
year and will farm it with Mr. Wy
mer as right bower.
Rev, Hatch, of Grand Island, was
in our town Sunday and Monday.
Dikeman Bros, have sold the re
mainder of their hay to a Cheyenne
Clark Hutton and wife, of Paxton.
visited with Elmer Coates and wife
Eugene Bobbitt purchased a fine
span of colts of T. J. Allison the
latter part of last week.
Editor Tribujce: Thinking a
few items from this section would
be acceptable, I send the following:
Farmers are taking advantage of
the present pleasant weather to sow
grain and preparing to put in a
large acreage of small grain. The
ground works up in fine condition.
There will be very few changes
among the farming class in this
community this spring.
Our old time friend, ex-treasurer
J. H. Clark, is back on his farm
and is preparing to till the soil ex
tensively. By the way, about forty
of Mr. and Mrs. Clark's friends
and neighbors gave them a surprise
party on Monday evening, and to
sa)T that it was enjoyed by all pres
ent is putting it very mild.
The Chappell brothers shipped
quite a lot of hogs last week.
Our old republican friend Frank
Roby is pounding away at his new
Calamity howlers are very quiet
since the Pennsylvania election.
Do not be surprised if Mrs. Leese
nee Weaver offers a premium to
the five states that will give the
greatest republican majority next
fall. Kansas Iowa, Ohio, Penn
sylvania and New Jersey may try
to carry off the honors. A. J.
For years Harpers' Weekly was a
most cordial friend of Cleveland. It
swallowed at a single gulp, and no
questioning over an act of the big
man, and freely condemned all who
presumed to criticise him. At last
tha load has become too heavy and
the Weekly spoke in different tones.
It declares that Mr. Cleveland has
been petulant and insolent to his
best friends, that he has mismanaged
everything which he has undertaken,
has been crafty and suspicious, and a
lot of other things which are any
thing but complimentary to the
State of Ohio, City op Toledo,
Fbask J. Cheney makes oath that he
is the senior partner of the firm of F. .1.
CnENET & Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo, county and state afore
said, and that said firm' will pay the sum
of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for
each and every case of catarrh that can.
not be cured" bv the use of Hall's Ca
taiiuii Coke. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence this 6th day of December
(s-) A. D. 1886.
SEAL, Y W. GLEASON,
( ) Noty Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly on thd blooe and mucous
surfaces of the system. Send for testi
FRANK J. GHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
JJTSold by Druggists, Roc.
Charles Smale has moved on his
A relative of the Latimers has ar
rived from Mo., and taken a claim
on Sec. 11-10-31.
Mr. Votaw, of May wood, bought
a car of hogs of W. N. Parcel, and
shipped them from this station last
Eli Ridgley has returned and will
soon again occupy his claim.-'
A brother of L. R. Kidder arrived
from Iowa with a car of emigrant
goods last week.
A. Kunkel went to Omaha last
week with a car of cattle for himself
and a car of hogs for himself and,
others. ' ;,
John Kendall's well bas played
out. so .he has to dig a new one. 'l
A hat drummer was calling on onr
merchant Miss McConnell last weeki'
The indications now are that our
seed erowers will lose their entire
crop grown for Phil Stimmel.
Dr. Calvert and family expect to
leave soon to make their home in'
ll. J. Randolph was a North'
Platte visitor last Thursday.
Our school teacher, W. V. Mulli-
ken, has been quite sick the past two-
Several parties from southwest of .
hers left the past week for Alberta
British Columbia. a'-i.
Howard L. Ingham, a young man1
who worked near here last suroreien
is reported to have been frozeata
death by a late blizzard in Qklati
homa. , noi
D. E. Jolliff and mother, and Gen
cil TuelKwere North Platte, .visitors
last Friday. fj.ie.
Our article in a recent issuetcre
gardiugan arrest made by our depute
ty sheriff was written from informs
ation we had every reason to believed
was reliable, but it now seemswe-
were misinformed as to the main
facts in the case.
O. I. C.
Three davs is a verv short time in
which to cure a bad case of rheuma
tism, but it can be done if the prop
er treatment is adopted; as may be
seen by the following fro.n James
Eambert, of New Brunswick, III
"I was badly afflicted with rheuma
tism in the hips and legs, when I
bought a bottle of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. It cured me in three
days. I am all right to-day, and
would insist ou every one who is af
flicted with that terrible dfeeaserto
use Chamberlain's Pain Balm ahrd
well at once." Fifty-cent bottles
for sale by A. F. Streitz and North
Belief Day March 24th.
ftr lit to the Mi
Mow You Can Assist Them.
: f As a great number of our people the past six months have felt very
'much t&e hard times that exist, and believing that there are a great
many in our city and in the surrounding country that are justly entitled
to aid frpm all who are able to help, we Have decided upon a plan by
which you all can help and not be any the loser. We propose to set
apart for' relief day March 24th. On that day we have decided to give
ten per cent of the cash sales to the Ladies Aid Bureau for distribution
among the poor and needy that are justly entitled to receive aid. Please
remember1 that prices in all departments will remain the same, that our
stock is large and new, every department is full, and all goods are guar
anteed to give satisfaction. Bring your neighbors with you on that
jday, if they have not been trading with us. Send word to all your
friends thatthey may all deserve thanks for helping swell the sales on
that day and by thus doing will be instrumental in helping a great many
that deserve help. Do all in your power to make that day's sales for us
large, the larger the sales the more we have to give to the poor. We
give this sale because we deem it right and just, and as an appreciation
of the past patronage that we -have received from the people of North
Platte and vicinity. .We thank you one and all kindly for the same and
hope that you may still continue with us, as our past year's dealings
have been very pleasant to iis. Do not forget the date of the sale.
North Platte National Bank,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
DPaid ixp Capital,
W W BIRGE, A. D. BUCKWORTH. D. W. BAKER.
H. SCHUW M. C. LINDSAY, ' 31, OBERST,
A, F.STBEITZ, H. OTTEN,
J'All business intrusted to us handled promptly, carefully, and at lowest rates.
Mrs. John Neary returned frorii
Omaha last Wednesday after an ab
sence of nearly three weeks.
Scott Vaughn and family com
menced moving their household
goods to Hershey last week.
Mr. Hughes and family move'd
their household goods to Dr. Dick's
place between the rivers last Wed
nesday. We are pleased to hear that Myr
tle Wright is able to be around orice'
The Wideawake literary society1'
holds iis meetings on Wednesday'1
nights, iustead of Friday, as here-1'
' Quite a lengthy programme as
produced last Thursday at the Pleis-1
ant View literary. The solo bv'Miss
Neary was well enjoyed, as was the
one bv Willie Duunu.
Our school will close in two weeksi1
Miss Beach will then attend school'
at Fremont. r
Country Courts, in
'If I could call you Lack for ono brief hour.
It is at even-song that hour should be,
'When belbrare chiming from an old gray tower
Across the tranquil sea.
Jut when the fields are swfet and cool with
Just when the last gold lingers In the west,
Would-I recall you to the world you knew
Before you went to rest.
And where the starry jasmine hides the wall
Wo two would stand together once again,
I know your paUence I would tell you all
My tale of lore and pain.
And you would listen, with your tender smile.
Tracing the lines upon my tearworn face.
And finding, even for a little while.
Oar earth a weary place.
Only one littlo hour. And then once moro
The bitter word, farewell, beset with fears
And all my pathway darkened, as before,
With shades of lonely years.
Far better, dear, that you, unfelt, unseen.
Should hover near me In the quiet air
And draTr my spirit through this mortal screen
' Your higher life to share.
X would bot call you back, and yet ah, me!
Faith is so weak and human lore so strong
That cwatt It seems to think of what might be
This hour at Yn-eoDg.
When Grippe Prevails Evarjth ing is
The statement of many physicians
that grippe cannot be cured, but'
must run its course, and 'that the
only thing to be done is to keep the1
patient quiet, and give plenty of'
nourishment, etc., is controverted by1
Dr. Humphrey preparing a specific'
that meets tne emergency in everv
stage, the patient ramdlv convalea-'
cing and quickly being able to re
sume his or her duties. This is ac
complished by Dr. Humphrey's new
specific 77, for the cure of grippe,'
influenza, catarrh, pains and soreness
ii i j 3 -1 i
in uie neaa ana cnesc, cough, sore
throat and general prostration and
fever. Users of Dr. Huraphrev's'
other specincs will welcome his new.
specific for grippe. All the whole
sale and most of the retail druggists
are now supplied, but this being a
a new remedy, if your druggist will
not get it for yon", it will be sent
prepaid, upon receipt of price, 25
cents, or 5 bottles for $1. Humph
rey's Medicine Cor. William and
John-sts., New York.
Mrs. Meyette, the Genesee
a 1 1 IT . m m
treasurer 01 ine v. u. l. u. ana a very,
influential worker In the- cause of women
says: "I have used Parks' Tea and find'
it is the best remedy I have ever tried!
for constipation. It requires .-smaller
uoses ana is more morougn. l snail use
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Ex-Speaker Gow was admitted its
a member of congress without
waiting for the arrival of his cre'
dentlals. A majority of nearly.
190,000 is credentials enough for
the most exacting congress.
I waut 3-ou to understand, John Henry
that you ain't to drink that Haller's Sar
saparilla all up; 1 got it for pap and me.
Pap he sez mam jrou go down and ge,t
bottle of Haller's Sarsaparilla and Bur
dock and will git over feeling so tired,
and bad and git rid of all them pimples.1
So let that alone now For sale by P.
FI. Longley. ,
A Queer Freak, of Memory.
.Dr. C. B. Ratcliffe tells us of a
French, lady who had lived in Franco
until she reached her sixteenth year,
au4 up tp that time spoke only French.
Then she came to England and began
to speak English.
When about 20 years of age, she mar
ried an American gentleman, and from
that time for about 20 years she lived
sometimes in America, sometimes in
England, speaking English habitually
and French scarcely ever.
When Dr. Radpliffe saw her, her mind
was feeble,- and that was all, but about
two years afterward ho found sho had
'forgotten everything connected with
her married life, her English not ex
cepted,' and if asked who ehe was and
where she was she gave her maiden
.name And mentioned the street where
,8he had lived in Paris when a girl.
Blake Yourself Heard.
The men who prosper in this world are
. the men who mind their own business
'and keep on minding it. An exchange
furnishes an example: '"Tatoesl" cried a
colored peddler in Richmond. "Hush
dat racket. You distracts de whole neigh
oornood," responded a colored woman
from a doorway. "You kin hear me,
Jan you?" "Hear you? I kin hear you a
mile." "Tanks. I'se hollerin to be heard.
The hard times have affected even
the Vatican, and the expenses of the
government of the Pope are 100.000
lire per mouth in excess of the re
That's what Brown's wife called out to
him don't forget to cet a bottle of
Bailer's Sarsaparilla, it's so nice. For
sale by F. FI. Lonley.
American buggies are superseding
those of English make in London
and Paris. The only light, grace
ful vehicles in Europe come from
The good die young hut they are using
Haller s little German rills now and hon
est men will soon be a drug in the mar
ket. Sold by F. II, Longley.
Plans have been approved in Lon
don for a great Ferris wheel after
the Chicago pattern. It is to cos
250.000 and will be known as the
Wheel and Recreation
Parks' Sure Cure is a positive specific
lor women who are all 4,run down" and
at certain times are troubled by back
aches, headaches, etc. Sold by North
W. H. Dech has taken to writing
letters in which he bas the good
sense to oppose the mooted fusion o
democrats and populists in Nebrask;
for plunder. 1 his is the first evi
denceof unmixed sanity he has man
nested in many years. Journal.
Haller's Barb Wiae Liniment for all cuts
on cattle aud horses: it Is the heat on
earth. Sold by F, II, Longley,
Ah English Luncheon.
On one such occasion I saw a company
of poets, philosophers and fanatics at ta
ble presided 'over by a young lady, the
daughter of the house. I sat there wiping
my forehead (they do the eating, I the
perspiring) as ,1 saw slices of beef disap
pearing with vegetables, mustard, etc.
' The host then asked me what I thought of
the food and the mode of eating. I replied
instinctively, "It is horriblel" This reply
-Bet-the gentlemen roaring and my hostess
How can a little stomach hold such an
enormous lunch? Even women and chil
dren take large quantities. What vital-
'ity these people have, to be sure! The
waste pf vitality in their climate and
under their conditions of life must be
enormous. It has of course to be replaced.
p. "An Indian Eye on English Life," by
to them bi tLe fact that the princess has
avoided npaily all public functions for
'many months and is very rarely seen
with her husband. She has indeed epent
little time in the same house with him in
the past year. It is generally understood
that she is in a condition of almost chronic
melancholy.. ;The health of the prince is
said to leave much to be desired. La-
bonchere's .announcement that the prin
cess was about to retire permanently
from.sjociety has been promptly denied,
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have not received the quietus which
jshould'be applied. London Correspoud-
f The Great Pari library.
M. Marchal, the assistant librarian
of the Bibliotheque Nationals at Paris,
has finished, the general inventory of
thaf library, on wnion he has peen ar
wjtftVith a large st$ of assistants,
since 1873, - The figurss gvyen put thus
far show that tb. National library of
France contains 2,180,000 volumes,
This number does not include the col
lection of French' provincial newspa
pers, which is still in an unbound form
and could therefore not be counted
am one the volum PhlladelnbiaLed-
At the mass convention of woman
suffragists in New York last Monday
Mrs. Lillie Devereaux Blake, waving
a little flag with two stars, and re
ferring to the two states where wom
an suffrage has been enacted, said
"They talk about the American flag
this is our flag. We have only
two stars, while the men have forty
Patrick Henrv once said, "Oive mo
liberty or give me death" folks non-
days don't talk so foolish, they say, 'Giv
me Haller's Sure Cure Lough hyrup or
will die." It amounts to the same thinir
For sale by F. II. Longley,
Reuresentative Brvan has intro
duced a bill providing for the pun
ishment of embezzling officials con
nected wiMi the nalional banks. The
bill also provides 1 hat such criminal
shall be treated like all other crimi
nal?. The bill will undoubtedly be
come a law, and will put an end to
such travesties on justice and decen
cy as the Mosher affair turned out to
Sliiloli's Vitalizer is what you need for
DvspepMa. lornid Liver, leilow cikm or
Kidney Trouble. It is guaranteed to gire
yon satisfaction. Price 75c. Sold by
North Platte Pharmacy.
Tt is stated that the populists
have decided to make Kansas their
nalional battle ground this fall
Thpir theory is that if thpy can hold
Kansas in the face of the Lease de
fection and the Llewellinsr scandals
they will be able to parry half
dozen of the western states in 1890,
and hold the balance of power in the
presidential election. It would seem
that Kansas has had enough of pop
ulist misrule, however, and will re
pudiate that party at the polls at the
W. I. Church, of Staunton Post.6. A.B.
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but have found nothing io compare wna
Parks' Cough Syrup. There is nothing
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Sweet, Orr & 06
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COATS AT 85 CENTS.
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Authorized Capital, $200,00Q .
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,1 GENERAL BANKING BUSI
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Mr. Gladstone refuses to accept
mi offer of elevation to the peerage.
i .i Hil l 7i
The lgrand old ujan" is an tne tipie
that he covets, and it is one that
confers, more lustre on his name
than anv peerage within the gift of
the British sovereign.
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