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NORTH PL.VTTE, - - NEBRASKA.
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Office: Uinman Block, Spruce Sjreet.
R. X. P. DOXALDSOX,
Assistant Sureou Union Pacfic Railway
and Member of Pension Board,
NORTH PLATTE, - - - NEBRASKA.
Office over Strcitz's Drug Stor.
. EVES, M. D.,
rilYSICIAX AND SURGEON,
NORTH PLATTK, - - - NEBRASKA
Office: Neville's Block. Diseases of Women
and Children a Specialty.
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Prospective schemes investigated. Un
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Maps, Estimates and reports made, and
SSSiSSK: North Platte, Neb.!
KELLNER I FRAZIEB
Idles and Laterals.
NORTH PLATTE, NEB
E. B. WARNER,
A full line of first-class funeral supplies
always in stock.
NORTH PLATTE, - XEBBRSKA.
Telegraph orders promptly attended to.
Meats at wholesale and re
tail. Fish and Game in
season. Sausage at all
times. Cash paid for Hides.
H. S. Tibbels,
I LltKRT T11EKL AND MRS. ALBERT THEEL.
A his wife, defendants, will tnke uotico that on
iw 2."th day of October, 181)1. II. A. Lozier.tCo.,
tho plaintiff heiein filed it petition in the dis
trict court of Lincoln county against said defend
ants, the object and prayer of which are to fore
close a certain morttraKe executed by the defend
ant Albert Theel to the WeMern Farm Mortgage
Trust Company upon the southeast quarter of
Section IS, in town 5( range 31 wot, toecure the
payment of one coupon bond, dated May 1st, 18H8,
for the -urn of $(liU.tK) and due and payable May
lft, lb93; that sidd boud ami mortgage i now held
anil owned by the plaintiff herein and that there
is now due the plaintiff thereou the sum of K."7.37
with internet thereou from November lt, 18SU.
and for which sum with interest plaintiff prays
for a decree that defendants bo required to pay
the same cir that said premise-, may bo sold to
atify the mivmnt found due.
Said defendant will also take notice that on
November 2id. WM, the State Loan and Trust
t'ompany. of Ogalalla. Nebraska, riled its answer
and cross-petition in said court and said action
and agaiust said defendants the object and prayer
of which are to foreclose a certain mortgage exe
cuted by the defendant Albert Theel to the said
crss-M-titiouer noon the southeasr quarter of
ection Is, town 10, range :il west, to secure the
the southwest quarter and the west half of the . J TV,' -.". 3 , i,Ttm"T-?- m . ' ,
southeast ..uarter section 14. townshio 15. raiu-e 1 ct"l e.r-'2' .,SK. r the sum ,.f -J...W, due and
t ir .. ,,, ,., ... 7 piiyauie wciooer i;n, !.-'.: mat mere i now one
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Laud Office at North Platte. Neb.,
November tith. J Mil. )
Notice N hereby given that the following-named
settler ha filed notice of his intention to make
final proof in support of his claim, and that said
prooof will be made before the Register aud Re
ceiver at North Platte, Nebraska, on December
14th, 194, viz: William F. Terpening, who made
Homestead Entry No. lti.t55 for the east half of i
He names the followiug witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said laud, viz: Alexnnder Delo-h. I.i-otiidii?
. Neskir- "n" ,totert Ki"- if i F; vr r vr
(i Kiiiv-t ttrvuiv that said premise- may be sold to
41 -10HN 1 IMAN. Register. aniolin, foull(1 ,,ut).
upon said note and mortgage the sum of -:it0.00.
1 fclr which sum. with interest from October 22d,
lb'.ll, the said cross-petitioner prays for a decree
the same or
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at North Platte, Neb.,
November 13th, 1MU. f
Notice i hereby given that the following-named
settler has tiled notice of his intention to make
final proof in support of his claim, and that said
proof will 15 made before tho Register ami Re
ceiver at North Platte, Nebraska, on December
21st, 1HU1, viz: William P. Soloman, who made
Homestead Entry No. 11,318, for the southwest
quarter of the northeast quarter, lots- 1 and 'J
section 0, township 12 north, range 27 west. He
names the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence upon and cultivation of snid
land, viz: Hiram Cover, Albert Crawford. George
Snyder and John Snyder, all of Brady Island, Neb.
4.'0 JOHN F. HINMAN, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lanh Office at North Plattk, Neb., )
November lWh, 1S9I. )
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed uotico of his intention to make
final proof in support of his claim, ami that said
proof will be made before the Register aud Re
ceiver at North Platte, Nebraska, on December
27th, 181U, viz: Benjamine Eshlemau, who made
Homestead Entry No. ll.tUli, for the west half 1
northeast quarter and the east half northwest !
quarter section S, township 14 north, range 2'J
we't. He names the following witnesses to prove!
his continuous residence upon and cultivation of, :
said laud, viz: James Chnmlters, Wilson C. Lemon.
Alexander Chambers and Henry D. Rhea, all of
North Platte, Nebraska.
JOHN F. HINMAN,
NOTICE I 'OH PUBLICATION.
Land Office nt North Platte. Neb., )
November 2Mli. 1s94. S
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, und that
t-id proof will b made before Iteuieter nnd
Receiver United States Land Oiiico nt North
Platte. Neb., on Junnnry ."ith. l'lu. viz: James
Anderson, who made Homestead Entry No. 14..VM
for the east half northeast quarter eat half
southeast qunrter section 21, township rntisre
31. He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence npon nnd cultivation
of 6aid land, viz: Michel Uhrin, Charlev Hitmnn,
John Knglerand Albert J. Hlougher, all of Well
47rt JOHN F. HINMAN. Kogister.
You are required to answer snid petition nnd
cross-petition on or before the 7lh day of Jan
North Platte. Neb., Nov. 22d. WM.
GRIMES A: WILCOX.
-171 Atty. for Plaintiff and Cro Petitioner.
of food qtmlitv. are sold at
LOW PRICKS bv
Call and sec these oods at
Geo. Casey's residence.
Remember I also handle
Curtains, Rugs, Silverware,
and Notions Suitable for
Orders taken for Pastel Por
traits, which, are fine.
NOTICE FOU PUBLICATION.
Lnnd Office at North Platte. Neb, I
November 27th. 1&9J. (
Notice is hereby given thnt the foilowing-nnmed
pettier lias filed notice of his intention to make
final proof in snpport of his claim, and that said
preKif will bo made before Hegister and ltcceiver
at North Platte. Neb., on January 10th, lSld,
viz: Frank Jim. who made Homestead En
try No. 11.413 for tho south half northeast
quarter and north half southeast quarter section I
iiiu nsiiTii i. i urn, rati in, " . . t '..j t , n . . n. ( ...
1" . . . , - ..u...., i ..... v . ... - i - .K.iiiirr
the following witnesses to prove Ids continuous,
resiuence upon nnu cultivation of said land,
viz: Edward Hishor. William A. Hi-hor, John
r. Mnin and George Young, all of Nesbitt, Neb.
7ti JOHN F. HI N.MAN, Register.
R. D. THOMSON,
127 Sixth St. Cor. of Vine,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Furniture : Repairer.
Special attention paid to all kinds of
of furniture upholstering. Mattrasses
made to order or remade. Furniture re
pairing; of all kiuds promptly and neatly
executed. Leave orders at The Fair
ORSES to WINTER
I. A. FORT,
Has 200,000 acres of U. P. R. Tt. land for
sale on the ten year plan. Call and
seo him if you want a bargain.
I mi i ii
ne unuersignea nave ac
commodations to winter 100
horses. Plenty good feed
and shelter. Price SI per
head per month. Address
J. P. DiehlorH.S. Tibbels,
North Platte, Neb
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REGION 0E WOXDEPvS.
SOME OF THE NATURAL MARVELS TO
BE SEEN IN OREGON.
THE MASTER PASSION.
Illiutratious of ftoth the Dead nntl tbc Liv
ing Past l'reinbnitions In Atinmlnrico ol
Something Strahs to Come ih tho A'al
ley of msoIatfoiV.
Jfowhere oii the known globe is there
another region of the sumo extent repre
senting the weird and grewsomo as well
as the suhlinio and grand in nature as
in a long and wide strip lying consid
erable distance inland from the western
coast of tho United States. Hero can be
found an abundance of illustrations of
both the dead and living past that
strange past of physical violence preced
ing tho age of man, and that solemn
past when the forces had gone to rest
and the imprint of chaos lay everywhere.
There are premonitions in abundance of
something strange to come in the comi
ties of Snohomish, Okanogan, Douglas
and Yakima in "Washington, but this is
not fully imiphasi.od until the Oregon
bounties b Morrow, Gilliam, Grant and
Lake have been considered, and the mar
velous receives a wonderful accession in
the long line of eastern California coun
ties, southern Nevada, a considerable
region in Utah west of Great Sale lake,
southern New Mexico and a region of
;io small dimensions in northern Texas.
Here, to the mental and the ocular sight,
are unsolved problems in geology, para
doxes in physical formation and number
less instances of what may be termed in
versions of established geographical or
der. In Oregon we are confronted with the
still and silent Sagebrush divert, heiu
ined in by a wildly picturesque yet as
dreary and inhospitable a region as can
be found anywhere. In the midst of this
desert, as if to reflect the Mirrotnid-ng
av.-f ulness, is Fossil lake, and all the
surrounding region 1.4 one vast and wide
cemetery of thel'annaof a precataclysmal
world. Hero aro masked together more
fossil specimens of a greater variity of
early animal life than can be found any
where on the earth, excepting tho im
mense fossil islands northward of Si
beria horses of rare form, different spe
cies of camels, llamas, inammoths,sloths
of huge proportions, wonderful birds, and
tho evidence that primitive man at some
time was there is indicated by the pres
ence of arrowheads chipped from vul
canic glass. But what long ages have
been entombed since these tropical ani
mals in their untamed strength md the
soil of Oregon and what mighty changes
have swept over the earth since then!
How came they there in such amazing
numbers, and what, were the causes ot
such universal and evidently such si
multaneous death? No conditions cn
the earth as we know them now could
bring this about. Yet here nature chose
to locate one of her remarkable mortua
ry establishments and to enshroud it
with the gloom of unrelieved desola
tioiL Commencing in this region and
extending down into California, the
mountains are freakish. They are not
constructed on the chain or continuous
system. The earth did not. wrinkle her
crust, but she erupted into huge boils;
tho peaks stand isolated, sometimes in
terrupting an otherwise comparatively
Ant;d'w the. valleys, rivers and con
siderable lakes" take on a habit of be
coming losvThe streams, after consid
erable underground meandering, lind
themselves again on the surface, and
after a succession of reappearances and
disappearances either stay found or aro
Chasms, with almost a mile of depth
and faced with perpendicular walls of
solid rock, now begin to appal both
sight and sense, and in Mariposa coun
ty the tremendous canyon of the
Yosemite exceeds anything of the
kind on tho earth. Before this hot
springs have become common, Jakes of
soda water abound, and San Bernardino
has valleys where the soil is hot and
boiling geysers obtrude. Lava iields
covering immense tracts, have exhibited
vitrified scoritu from northern Oregon
down, and Nye county, New, has lava
beds in profusion. In Inyo county, and
taking in a portion of San Bernardino,
Death valley, grim, hot and repellent,
presents itself, it and the -surrounding
region constituting, not in the mind
only, but in reality, a region bordering
more on the human conception of the
infernal than can be furnished by any
other locality on the globe.
In this valley of desolation the sum
mer temperature reaches 140 degrees,
rivaling that of the Sahara. It is some
hundreds of feet below sea level, en
tirely destitute of water, although the
Amagosa river discharges into one end
of it, and in the interior has an atmos
phere as of burning sulphur that neither
human nor animal lungs can long in
hale without great risk to life. Embrac
ing hundreds of square miles, it affords
not a sign of either animal or vegetable
life in its interior, while its furnacelike
heat renders it one of the hottest spots
011 the globe. In the same system is So
da lake, into which the troubled Mohave
river finally enters, discharging its
brackish waters as into a sieve. The
country abounds with sinks, streams
Bnddenly plunge into subterranean
depths farther south to furnish hot wa
ter, hot mud and sulphur volcanoes,
dotted in miniature over an immense
area, hissing and spitting and loading i
the air with most disagreeable fnmes. j
xne utan section aupiicaie ihmu ul
the remarkable features common to the
other localities mentioned and affords
indisputable evidence of having been in
volved in the throes of the mighty dis
turbance that once prevailed throughout
this singular region, and which must
have been still potent long after the
other surface that is now embraced in
the United States was quiescent.
"Whatever the nature of the violence
may have been, Great Salt lake lower
ed its level 940 feet, and a vast region
partook of great and sudden topograph
ical charges. Pittsburg Dispatch.
All-jpstl to Ik- tlu miii For Getting 1'rf
laM-s For the i'l&jr.
"twos once prerout." said Charies
Dickens, "at :t social discussion wliiclt
originated by chance. Tho subject was,
'"What was the most absorbing and long
est lived passion in the human breast?
, What was the passion so powerful that
it would almost induce the generous to
be meau, the careless to be cautious, the
guileless to bo deeply designing and tho
dove to emulate the serpent?' A daily
editor of vast experience and great
acnteness, who was one of the company,
considerably surprised us by saying,
with the greatest confidence, that the
passion in question w:is tho passion of
getting orders for the play. There had
recently been a terrible shipwreck, and
very few of the surviving sailors had
escaped in an open boat.
"One of these on making land came
straight to London and straight- to the
newspaper office with his story of how
he had seen the ship go down before
his eyes. That young man had witness
ed the most, terrible contention between
the powers of lire and water for the de
struction of that ship and of even one
on board. He had rowed away among
the floating dying and the sinking dead.
He had floated by day, and he had fro
zen by night, with no shelter and no
food, and as he told his dismal tale he
rolled his haggard eyes about the room.
"When ho had finished and the talo
had leen noted down from his lips, he
1 was cheered :uid refreshed and soothed
aud asked if anything could be done
for him. Even within him that master
North Bend is moving in tho matter
of a sugar factory, 'ine tanners of that
vicinity ate ready to givo 310,000 in
beets. The stigrtr agitation should go
on all along this Platte valley.
Thoughtful people heed advice, anil
profit by it. Our advico to you is, use
Oregon Kidney Tea. It has no equal as
a remedy for all ailments ot the Kidneys
or Bladder, and 25 contf? is a small
amount to invest for a trial package.
For sale by A. F. Streitz.
Italian silver coin is now worth only
it- bullion value in Franco that is an
Italian dollar is worth just 50 cents in
French money. The free silverite can
seo all that he needs to if ho wants to.
If he has bullion to sell he wont see the
unsurmountabo difficulty in the 1(5 to 1
Mrs. T. S. Hawkins, Chattanooga
Tenn., says, "Shiloh's Yitalizer
.my i.iki:. I consider it the bes
for a debiliated system 1 over used."
For Dyspepsia, Liver or Kidney trouble
it excels. Price 75 cents. Sold by North
Consumers of chewing tobacco who
are willing to pay a liUle more than
Hie price ctaged for the ordinary
lananoega . y -
,er av! trade tobaccos, will find this
is', remedy . '
kand superior to all others-
5DYARE Of IMITATIONS.
General Booth, of the Salvation Army,
came all tho way from London to
Omaha to snatch Kosewater as a brand
from the burning, but tho indications
are that he found him si banlv burned
as to be hardly worth snatching, least-
passion was t-o strong that he imniedi- j wise he is still in the tiro ami hedged
ately replied that he should like an oi
j der for the play. My friend, the editor,
certainly thought that was rather a
strong case, but he said that during his
many years of experience he had wit
nessed an incurab!" amount of self pros
tration and abasement having no other
object and that almost invariably on the
part of people who could well a fiord to
Hardy Climbing liiiMN
In the prairie rose wo have a class of
hardy native climbing roses often found
growing wild in Michigan and the west
ern states, which we may plant with
confidence. Two of the more commonly
known i-oes of this class, which are fa
vorites everywhere on account of their
hardi:ies, free blooming, and tho fact of
their flowers appearing just after the
other varieties are nearly over, are Queen
of the Prairie and Baltimore Belle, vari
eties raised in tho year 1 14: by a rose
grower named Feast, in Baltimore, from
seeds of the wild prairie rose crossed
with some European variety. These two,
tho former red and the latter white,
when grown near each other on the same
porch or with intertwining branches,
heighten each other's beauty by con
trast. Both are of rapid growth and
may be- employed to advantage for cov
ering any unsightly objects as walls, old
trees, old biuldiugs, etc. Among the
most di. Irable roses of the prairie class
we haw Annie Maria, vigorous, pale
pink, very few thorns; Baltimore Belle,
pale bluish, changing to white; Gem of
the Prairie, five, believed to be from
Queen of the Prairies crossed with Mine.
Lall'ay, rosy ml, occasionally blotched
with white', large-, flat flowers, slightly
fragrant; Queen of the Prairies, vigor-ou.-,
rosy red, fiqmntly with a white
stripe, medium or large size', double, fo
lit.ge large, live leaflets, quite serrated;
Triumphant, vigorous, rosy pink, me
dium size, double or full, distinct, seven
leaflets arecommon. Cleveland Leader.
.ril I!iot I;;y.
The custom of sending one on a boot
less errand or otherwise "April fooling"
him on the first day of April is ve'iy an
cient. Yet it e-annot truthfully be said
that any one is equal to the task of trac
ing it to its origin. Some antiquarians
profess to believe it a survival of the
travesty of sending the Saviour hither
and thither, first from Annas te Caia
phas and then to Pilate and Herod. This
opinion is strengthened by the fact that
during the middle ages that very scene
in Christ's life w:is made the subject, of
one of theEaster "Miracle Plays" e'nae't
ed on the chief streets of London and
other English cities of the first class.
Eve'n though the above opinion has re
ceived the sanction of Brande, Moore
and Hone, it is not at all unlikely that
it is really a relic of some old heathen
festival, such as the Huli festival of the
Hindoos or the Roman "feast of fools."
The custom, whatever its origin, of
playing trie-ks and pranks of all kinds
on the first day of this mouth is univer
sal throughout Europe and is also prac
ticed in many other countries and un
der various names. It is a euirious fact
that the Hindoo Huli festival, where
April fool tricks of all sorts are played,
is held on the night of thoJJlstof March,
and the rjrgie-s are not discontinued un
til sunrise on the morning of April 1. J
St. Louis Republic.
about by none of the proiee'tion vouch
safed to Shadrach and the two other
bovs. Fremont Tribune.
KAliL'S CLOVER ROOT, the great
Blood purifier gives freshness and clear
ness to tho Complexion and cures Con
stipation, 25 cts., 50 cts., and 81. S'old by
North Platte Pharmacv.
Advices received at San Francisco in
dicate that tho Biitish admiralty is pre
paring to arm tho three tine Canadian
Pacific steamers, the Empre-s of India,
Empress of China, and Empress of Japan
Tho typical light armament with whie'h
these fast ships of the naval reserve are
made efficient cruisers is arriving at
Yokohama. - ' 1
Dr. llu:iiilirf" Sn-cilIcH an- -Umtlfloallyaml
carefully preiom! lt-ii!etlU- u-nl f..r j-.im hi
private practice ami for over tbirt jr.irs l. the
jntiple with entire Mim. Every .-.Inirlt- jHtM,.
a ?ecial cure for tlie liease ikiiixiI.
r.. r. .
1 -Fever. CoiiKestion.". Inl!a!tmmti . ,'r
il Wo r nit. Worm Kcu-r Worm C..li- .
3- Teeihiw:: e'olie. ITjIek Wafcefuliio .',-,
4- Diarrhea, of Chltilri ii or Aitult. . 25
7-Coushs, CoMs, Bnua-lillU .5
5- Xeurulain, Toothnclie. Faeeaeluv . . .'JS
9-IIeudncheH, Sick II.-.iclacm-, Vertl".. .v!5
1U Dyxpeptin. IJMohmh-vs. Constipation .U.l
1 1 ijiipprc:.el or l'u infill i'eriodrt .'..'J
14 White. Too Piofu.- lVri.xN .. .43
13 Croup, I.aryniriti-. Hoarseness . .45
14 Suit Ithciiiu. Ery-h ,-ias, Emptlou . .i3
15 KheitiiiuiiMii. nhcmimtle 1-alns .45
16 Mnlaria, Chills. Feer ututAKue . ,i3
l!-Cotarrli. Influenza, CoM In the Head. .U3
tiO Whoopiiiir Couch ... .43
47 Kidney INene .43
aS-Nervoiis Debility ... 1.00
30-Iritmry enknesf. .. .43
3-1 Sort T h r 011 1 , (Juiucy, t lceratnl Thront .45
I It DR. HUMPHREYS' PDID OCP
jew specific tcr anlr, to
lut up In small lxMtle of )Ieaant i-llet-, ju-t fit
your veM pocket.
Sr.t I r Iri. . i.t. ,.r nt ln- ..l u ie-l.t f iie.
!c llruniHt v JINrL III .. u . tr
iimrnia.w'ii imo.. itt l iisnn m...iw yukk.
Captain Sweetie, I. S. A.. S:in Diego.
C.-d. says: '-Shilnirs Catarrh Remedy is
the firt medicine I have ever found that
would do me any good."' Price 50c. Sold
by Ninth Platte Pharmacy.
HIE T nil Lit SEX. TMs rraaJr
1 (b Hit-SliiSft'V Ln-vr lanital !ir-Ur
1 iiti S3ku)iJ Whxjdiios oil! Lrmtu-Uriiunr Or.
, -in. requires v ct-.rj. uf diet or
n.' ous, :nrroriii er poisonous aei
.c.r..it3 be titea intu!lj.
AS A PREVENTIVE
by !-hr s it Is inpojsifcletocootrict
y tuK'ti! dias ; l.ut in the cue f
f with Cnurrbn-i ad Ulcvt. wo guar.
4T OW Ii S a core. Frioe by mi'. pastas f.-".
Sold bv A. F. Streitz, Druggist, North
Tho railroads have laid out the Man
chester ship canal as cold as a wedge by
the simple expedient of cutting rates un
til there is no profit to be made in tak
ing tho ship all tho way up to the end ' 6500 Reward!
of tho canal when thev might as well I r WEwiH pay tn c above ":.rifo. ano of
" ( Liver Complaint. Dyspepsia, mick Headache I11-
unloaueu at tlie Liverpool docks
Some way may bo found to make the
ditch profitable, but just now it has all
tho appearance of a boom enterprise on
tho vergo of collapse.- -Ex.
SHILOH'S CURE is sold on a guar
antee. It cures Iusipioni, Consumption.
It is tho best Cough Cure. Only one
cent a dose. Twenty-fivo cts., 50 cts.
and 61. Sold by North Platte Pharmacy.
Very fow of the men who have as
sembled in congress" halls to make laws
for thp benefit of a generous and free
people will bo tliero after the -Hh of
March. Tho reason is that they grossly
betrayed the trust that a generous and
free people reposed in them, and passed
laws for tlie benefit of people living in
Europe, Asia and Africa, and it gave
those who elected them a touch of that
tired feeling which manifested itself in
a wondrous way at tho recent electioir-Journal.
digestion Constipation or Costiyeness we cannot
cure wim w est, s vej?iaose uiver rms, wncu
the directions are strictly complied with. They
arc purely Vegetable, and never fait to give sat
isfaction. Sujrar.Coated. Large boxes, 5 cents,
Bevrare of counterfeits and imitations. The gen
uine manufactured only bv THE JOHN C. WEST
COMPANY. CHICAGO, ILL.
Sold bv A. F. Streitz, Druggist, Nertt
Ilr. E. C. VVcs.'s Herre and B am Treatment
14 o!d trailer positive written Kuaruntee, by author
ized anentf only, to euro Weak Memory: I-ofR of
llraiii r.iul Xerve Power; Lori Manhood; guirfcne;
Nih: Lo-e; V. ii ltr-ut:f; I-nok ot Confidence;
Nervoii-ue; Iji itutle; all Drain: Lnof Povtr
ul the Ueneiatite On.i!ii- in eith -r t-ex, cnued by
jver-exTti'm: Y-"iMiI:I Krrorf, or I'xce-rivc Uce of
Tobaccc, Opium or I.i.,aor, which t-onzi lend to
ML-vry, Con-uiiiption, ln-aattyund Death. Ily tnnil,
Jl a box: t fr itti written guarantee to curor
refund money. WEST'S COUOI! SYUl'l. A certain
euro for Couch-, CoM.-.,A-thnm,lIrnnchitl, Croup,
Whoopiisr O'lnrh. :-oi Throat. Pleasant 10 tata
Snuli riiu ttt-iontlmie.l: 'd.Un-.Flze, now 25c.; 016
Jl . : o. aow a0. O L AK'ANTEliJ iisued 01U7
A. F. Streitz.
Druggist. North Platte
DO OU KNOW
OR. FELIX LZ BHUN'S
antee. It cures I nsipient Consumption. I 3 fEEL HKD FEilHYHOYBL PILLS
It is the best Cough Cure. Only one cent
a dose. 25 cts.. 50 cts., and 1 00. Sold
by North Platte Pharmacy.
irptlio original nnI only FItKNCH. safoandre-
lul.iocrc 011 th tnr-ket. I'nco 5I.UU; sent by
(uituune fit' only
A.F. Streitz. Druggist. No. Platte, Neb
I'roof That Sparrow Can Count.
There is no doubt but that birds can
count, and an incident I witnessed sev
eral years ago illustrating this fact
amuse-d me not a little. A sparrow, with
four of her young, had a nest in a spar
row house under the veranda of my
dwelling. One day the old bird flew np
to the nest with four living worms in
her leak. The lour little birds reached
our their heads with the customary
noise and were each fed a worm. The
sparrow then fle-waway, and after a time
returned again with four worms in her
beak, whieh were disposed of :is before.
The bird kept this np for some time-,
daring which I was an interested spec
tutor. St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
Important Information For fiirl.
Blue eyed men are the most senti
mental of the siiecies. At least this is
what an eminent physiognomist says.
They are peculiarly susceptible to the
influence of the opposite sex, melt under
the Avarmth of one ardent glance, have
emotional, mercurial affections and are
found by the e-oqucttes to be easier game
to bag than to hold. American "Woman.
Mexico's Uurro Fostage Stamp-.
The following from Mexico City will
interest tho multitude of cranks who
collect postage stamps: A new series of
postage stamps is m process ot engrav
ing by the Mexican government and
will make its appearance for sale in
September. This is the first issue of pic
torial postage stamps ever issued in
Mexico. They will be in the usual de
nominations, 1 cent, 2 cent, 4 cent, 5
cent and 10 cent, and will represent by
cleverly executed drawings the various
stages of Mexican mail transportation, j
showing tho motive power of man, bur- j
ro, stage and steam train.- '
A I'hilant liropi-it.
""What is the subject of your lecture:"
inquired the editor.
" 'Tlie Cause of Hard Times and How
to Cure Them,' " replied the gifted or
ator, 'and :ts the object of the lecture
is in its verv nature rmrelv philan- chorus
Mr. Stead, ringing the charges upon
his famous title. Ins been talking about
what would bo expected of women if
Christ came to London. Among the
responsibilities which he thinks should
devolvo upon women aro the guardian
ship of tho aged, tlie children, the un
employed and tho deserted mothers, tho
amusement of children, and the reliev
ing of tho monotonous lives of the bed
ridden. But he thoughtlessly neglects .
to lengthen tho days or increase the j
strength of the workers. J
We take pleasure in announcing that
after this date Park's Sure Curo will re
move all case3 of rheumatism, kidney
trouble or liver complaint, from the
user. It is to-day tho only medicino that
is guaranteed to curo these diseases or
no pay. Park's Sure Curo is sold by tho
North Platto Pharmacv.
Dr. Samuel F. Smith is now SO years
of age. You do not know who Dr. Smith
is? Well that is something to regret,
but not to your discredit, for though we
havo all felt the blood thrill through our
vains to the inspiring word and solemn
mu-ic of ''America" we have not stopped
to inquire who wrote the verses of our
National Hymn. Dr. Smith wrote them
in 1330 and they were first sung in
Andover soon after, and they have ever
since been the voice of tho republic. It
is now proposed to have a grand testi
monial to Dr. Smith in MubIc Hall, Bos
ton, the chief feature of which shall be'
the singing of "America" by a mighty
The old doctor has consented
No More Back Ache
l ..nRr" A
IHFLAMATI0M cfc BLADDER, and
ALL KIDMEY DISEASES .
For Sale by A. F. Streitz.
Splendid curative asent for Kerroo or Sick
special or central h'enralsia: also for Khoiv
laatiini. Goat, Kidney Disorders, Acid Dt
pePMK. Aiueniiu. Antidott for Alcoholic
and other excesses. Price, It). 3 and OJ cents.
THE ARNOLD CHEMICAL CO.
151 S. Western Avenue. CHICAGO.
Sold bv A. F. Streitz, Druggist, North
thropic I will ask yon to be generous in j to be pres-nt, - and what the people of i
the matte1!' of free notices. Bvthewav," j T t .;n i - .1 1 '
, nil -1, .t . ii o-ton will do in person the people of
lie added humedlv, ''I forgot- to fill a . 1 ' 1
blank in this advertisement. I will at- the Dat,on wil1 ,Jo in sPir-t make the day
tend to it now. " glorious sweet in the evening memory of
And he took the copy and filled the thesone: that helned to save the union
blank after the words, "Price of admis- , . ... , - .
,, 1 . , - i , ' find has taught us patriotism. Inter
sion, by inserting the simple charac- 1 b 1
ters, Chicago Tribune. I Ocean.
One cent a dose.
It is sold on a guarantee by all druje
gists. It cur3 Incipient Consumption,
and is tho best Cough and Croup CurOi
Sold bv North Platte Pharmacv.