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Sells tlie above Coffee
together with a complete line of
mi m m sn
Prices Always 'Seasonable.
HIGHEST MAEKET PRICE
Paid For Country Produce.
Smoke Wright's Royal Sports
and Havana Rose 5-cent cigars.
Mrs. Chas. Hendy left this morning
Will Brown is down from the Keith
Mrs. D. C. CoDgdon left on No. 2
this morning for a orief visit in Omaha.
Mr. ind Mrs. Wm. Edwards joined
the throng for Denver on No. 7 this
James Babbitt, Jr., has been given a
permanent forge iu the Union Pacific
The Daughters of the King held
their bi-weekly social at the Episcopal
guild house last evening.
Mrs. O. Y. Boss leffthis morning
for California, where she will1-spend the
winter with her daughter.
Messrs. Holzmark and Carlson, two
of Gothenburg's young business men,
wereJn town yesterday on pleasure bent.
Don't forget to purchase a couple of
tickets for the concert by the Ariel
Indies' Sextette on Friday evening of
-Goo. McAllister will probably remove
his law office from the Grady block-to
the room in the Foley building lately
occupied by I. A. Fort.
With Swanson on the sick .list,
Baker in Wisconsin, Elliott in Omaha,
and Chamberlain resigned, the force in
in the U. P. -carpenter shop is very
light this week. '
Fred Benson and H. C. Nesbitt left
this-morning for Sutherland irrigation
section todo civil engineering work.
Mr. Benson's services are in great de
mand these days.
William ,Murpby, who run an engine
out of this city in the early days of the
ro&i; is In town visiting his old friends.
Mr. Murphy is now on a passenger run
out of Rawlins, Wyo.
The-ladiea of the Maccabeee jvill
give a public oyster scupper in the Otten
stein building on Sixth: street next Sat
urday evening, ."Nov. .16th. Oysters
served in all styles. The public is cor
Clinton, the jeweler, has many new
and pretty articles in sterling silver and
cut glass suitable for gifts. It is a good
plan to buy your ChristmaB goods in
advance, thereby getting the choice of
Rev. Geo. A. Boocher is minus a red
Irish setter dog, which strayed from his
residence a few days ago. Any informa
tion relative to the, animal's whereabouts
will be thankfully received by Mr.
Conductor Ii. H. Woodmansee has
been sick for the past week, but is now
'able to be about. J. G. Anderson wore
the braes clothes with blue buttons dur
ing the former's illness, while Dick Wil
liams had charge of Gus' caboose.
. Alex. Fenwick thinkshis boy's de
formed leg is slowly improving since the
lad's visit to Denver. Schlatter said at
the time the cure would be slow. If the
boy's limb k cured we will be willing to
believe the healer possesses some power
not common to mankind.
The vote received by Judge Hong
land, republican candidate for state sen
ator to fill vacancy, throughout the dis
trict, must be highlygratifying to that
gentleman; and by reason thereof lie be
comes the logical candidate for the nom
ination next fall. Such nomination
means an election, and in Senator Hoag
Jaad the district will have an indefatiga
-To politic! victory, that could be
achieved gives the writer more pleasure-
than the election of -H. M. Grimes as
jftdge of the Thirteenth district. This
ie not because, Mr. Grimes has been a
warm personal friend for & dozen years,
but beoause we know that he will make
a jttdge whose decisions and rulings will
at all timm be fair and impartial and
free 'from political bias. Those, who
cast tbeir ballot-for Judge Grimes in the
belief that be would make an efficient
aad iHqprejodioed judge will not be die
BcvKjmi Dsr Sirs BavtagBsed yrln
tUI,, ;w rosommond Uhm to tke jwWic. I
Itare bm artcmdod fey Jear iaereat Jeeters, Iwt
uu mm? ajM& Hmmi Ml m tbeat. Tasrs respect
fsUr. Xh. XMMto Jokumt, BrseeeB, Eratrck
Colonel Cody k expected hose to-
njrkt or tomorrow morning.
The sbop -whistle, gave tbe.alarm of
of fire at '30 yesterday afternoon, but
investigation proved that no fire existed.
W: P. Collins on Saturday was pro-'
moted to the position of gang boss at
the U. P. shops, a place he held prior to
the reduction of the force about a year
Gus Chamberlain and Charley Sey
ferth have taken a thirty day lay-off and
left Sunday night for the west. If they
succeed in obtaining positions at their
respective trades in one of the U. P.
shops they will locate in the west.
W. C. Elder, having completed his
vigorous election campaign, is now head
and shoulders in work getting matters
in shape for the session of district court
which convenes on Monday of next
The senior class of the High school
rendered its semi-monthly-programme at
the central building Friday evening last.
Interest was created to such an extent
that the society will make arrangements
to hold meetings weekly hereafter.
Mr. and Mrs. Reed Hindman, form
erly of this city, passed through yester
day enroute to Denver where Reed will
shake hands with Schlatter. He is no,w
employed as engineer in the B. & O.
yards in Chicago, and recently con
tracted a cold which threatened pneu
monia, and left him in rather poor
physical condition, hence his visit to the
It is said that in the near future a
motion will be introduced in the city
council favoring a yearly donation of
twenty-five dollars to each of the fire
companies for incidental expenses. In
view of the fact that each company
needs fully that much for incidental ex
penses each year, and that such money
has heretofore come from the pockets of
the members,, it would seem only fair
that the council donate this amount.
There is not much glory, honor or
recompense in being in n volunteer tire
department. The members not only
devote much time, but during the year
several members ruin their clothes while
at fires and burn out their boots or shoes.
From a financial point of view every
member of the department is a loser.
HAS COME OVER THE
t Prices of -GROCERIES.
Our Cash Business
Brought it About.
OffJeir Something To-day!
18 pounds granulated Sugar 99c
(None to dcai;r)
1 pound Arbuckle's Coffee 20c
(None to dealers)
4 lbs A B C Soda Crackers 25c
4 cans Mustard Sardines 25c
6 cans Domestic Sardines. . . . . .25c
5-lb pail Lard, kettle rendered . .,50c
1 lb finest N. Y. Cheddar cheese 15c
lib Full Cream Cheese . .llAc
1 pound Corn Starch .5c
1 pound any ground Spice. 25c
40 pounds best Rolled Oats.. .$1.00
Best Tubular Lantern . V. ,0. A3c
S-200 barrels Fine Apples just
received, for sale at bottom prices.
Goods Afar-Iced n "
OiVJB JPJRICB TO AXl,.
A Gothenburg man haaasoheme;
but that is nothing new, fpr that village
is a regular incubator for schemes. But
this scheme may effect North Platte, be
ing nothing less than the stringing of n
wire and transmitting electric power
from '..Gothenburg to this city to run?a
system of'arc and incandescent - lights.
The promoter of the scheme claims to be
a practical electrician, and thinks the
water power at Gothenburg is sufficient
to transmit all the electric current nec
essary. He will be in this city'in day
or two to look over the field.
W. H. Fikes received a telegram
last night announcing the death of R.
P. Davidson at Pocatollo, Idaho, at noon
yesterday, and for the B. JU. of F. to
make arrangements to receive the re
mains, which will be brought here for
interment. The deceased was a former
resident of this city, being employed as
an engineer on the Union Pacific. . He
left here about ten yers.ago for the
west, and has been employed as an engi
neer since that time. Many North
Platte people well remamber him, aad
will regret to learn of his demise. At
this hour th tme ofdtker, arrival ofthe
body was not known.
Campbell & Sawyer, the North sid
grocers, opened for buaiMes yesterday.
C. F. Scharmann leaver thfcsr week
for Lincoln, where he will probably re-
main until the first of January.
- Don'tfwait until Christmas to have
your pictures framed. JTake them to
Warner and have them framed nowl -
The seating capacity.of the Metho-
1 dist cfiu rch-is, taxed'to ils utmost almost
at every service. Rev. Snaveley's ser
mons are highly complimented.
The Omaha l?ee of Saturday eays:
"G. F.jWeingand and family of North
Platte are registered at the Arcade."
Since when the "family ,"Fred?
Dr. F.J, Morrill uses. Dr. Muller's
(of Berlin) method for the painless ex
traction of teeth. This method . is ab
solutely harmless and the best in the
A car in the railroad yards at this
station was broken into - Sunday night
and robbed of a box of dry goods and a
bag of dried fruit. The thief has not
yet been "apprehended. s.
It is likely the Episcopal choir will
become a regularly organized body" with
a set of officers, and a series of concerts
are among the future probabilities.
There are atouf twenty in the choir.
T. Fulton Gantt, of this city, has
been selected by Governor Holcomb as
one of the ten delegates to the trans
Mississippi commercial congress to be
held at Omaha on the 25th inst.
On account of the expense attached
thereto, the scheme of placing the statue
of Cody in the park at the depot has
been abandoned. A force or men ist
still at work filling in the east end of
-rMrs. Crose,. of Denver, a friend of
Mrs. A. D. DaviB, and an artist of abili
ity, is the guest of the latter lady. Mrs.
Crose has a -number of fine pictures on
exhibition at several places in town,
An "Undo Tom's' Cabin" company
is playing in the eastern part of the
state and threatens to invade this sec
tion. Will the people ever be emanci
pated from Uncle Tom, little Eva and
A very interesting and profitable
teachers' meeting was held at Suther
land .last Saturday. The attendance
was quite large,, among the number
present being Supt. Miss Hosford, and
Messrs. Bidgely and Neal of this city.
-r-The grand council of the Improved
Order of Red Men of Nebraska will be
held at Aurora bpgmning next Monday.
E. B. Warner, who has been great sachem
during the past year? will attend. The
delegates from the triba in this city are
Claude Weingand and Lem Isenhart.
A small stable on the premises of
Mr. Needam, near the cemetery, caught
fire yesterday forenoon and was burned.
The alajm sounded and the department
respdnded, but the fire was beyond the
reach of the hose, and no attempt to
6top the progress of the flames was made.
The second floor of Superintendent
Park's building is being .fitted up and
will be occupied by Eli McCart, foreman
of the bridge and building department.
As Mr. McCart has heretofore had no
regular place in which to do office work,
this provision will be duly appreciated"
At the regular shoot of the gun
club Saturday afternoon the following
score was made on twenty birds: O'Neal
14, Price 11, Woodhurst 1G. Herrod 10,
Dolson 4, Hostler 7, Park 4, Graves 8,
Clabaugh 6, Lawrence ll,JZiebert 5,
Barnum 9, Sorenson 7, VanCamp 5. . In
shooting off the tie for low man Park
lost and was given the "d poor Bhot"
The final payment on the first series
of the building and loan association for
the month of November will be 'fifteen
cents per share dues and fifteen cents
per share interest. The debtors of the
association can secure their cancelled
mortgages at any time by the payment
of tho above dues and interests The first
series have thus expired in a fraction
over eight yeara and eight months. A
meeting of tho directors of the associa
tion to, decide the order of payment' of
the free shares will be held at the court
house on the evening of the 16th inst.
"ECONOMY IS IVIAmi " - -We
are the People who have . s
The BEST FLOUR,
? The BEST COFFEE, V -
- The BEST TEA,
The .finest grades of everything in the Grocery Line
1- kiheCify; always fresh and at prices that
n 7 DEFY QOM
HAEINGTON & TOBIN.
At all times; whether you expect to. buy or not. Just con
sifter ourstore-a -'home place" and comerfghtirito seeevery:
-tKTnp- we have: We're 'trvinr to -make friends, and this -I
invitation means you. Silver
h-are worn a great deaL, Our stock is complete and prices lower
than. ever. There is nothing
or birthday -present-than Cut.Glass.. We have an elegant line-;
whether you buy or not.
' "' - -'"
CASH AND PRICES
. . r .Are
Call and yercan convince
.we are making reduced -prices for .
Cash and .TIBlf ML,M '
An elegant" line of picture moulding
W. W, Cameron expects to leave for
New York city on the 20th inst
C.XJ: and J. G. Hawkins were in
from Medicine precinct yesterday.
Geo. R. Hammond left to-day with
his personal effects for Grand Junction,
Col., and North Platte Joses a mighty
Chas. Samelson had a hand
lacerated while out hunting a day or two
ago, and will not be able to handle type
for a week or so.
In the absence of C. T Scharmann
the duties of city clerk" will probably be
performed by John Sorenson. Mr. S.
will make an oxcellent deputy.
Geo. Cpy is suffering from a very
sore hand. About a month ago he
pierced it with a nail, and later the
woundbecame very much inflamed.
Take your furniture to E. B. War
ner's and have it upholstered or repaired
Ted McEvoy, who had been spend
ing the summer in Noveda, returned to
the city yesterday. Ho will remain here
some time and then go to Colorado.
Prank Dowhower returned to work
in the TJT.P. blacksmith shop as a helper
yesterday morning. Ho was among
those who were laid off nearly a year
' - p.
The Farmers and Merchant's Ditch
company commencec.condemation pro
ceedings against Paxjon & Hershey yes
terday for right-of-way through the
lands of the latter.
"The Jack Trust," the farce to bo
be given in connection with the ladies'
guild fair at Keith's hall on the evening
of the 19th, is a very amusing play.
Better see it.
Read the changes in the advertise
monts of the FairJStore, .the Star Cloth
ing House and the Boston. These houses
are after trade, and are offering extra
inducements to buyers.
Teeth extracted without pain to the
patient at Dr. Morrill's dental parlors.
Engines 1813,1801 and' 888, a large
class of engines which will pull the new
fast passenger- trains, arrived here the
latter part of the week. The 1813 took
out train No. 7 this" morning.
Engineer Langdon and Conductor
Blood came.down with a thirty car train
from Sidney Sunday morning in three
hours and twenty minutes. They left
Sidney fifteen minutes ahead of No.
and cleared in this -yard about the same
time in advance:
-The majorities or pluralities received-:001
by the several candidates in Lincoln
couutyatthe late election were as
follows: Moxwell 29, Goold 83, Morrill
52, Grimes 29, Ho'agland 557, Morgan
1,G76, Buchanan 132, Burritt 20, Ray
Miller 531, Franklin 28, Meyer 35,
Donaldson 270, Elder 70, Hardin 27. H.
M. Grimes niajorjty a the district is 12.
PETITION. , r
Belt Buckles and Silver Hearts
that makes a prettier wedding
favor to liave-you call and see us
f , . ;
CLINTON, Tki2 JEWELER. J .
r Cash is ajL inducement to,usr
prices to you?
you that - ; '
Dr. F. J. Morrill has rooms to
Frank Hibner has returned from a
visit in Denver. -
Mrs. Eli McCart went to Denver
Mrs. A. F. Streitz returned Sunday
night from a ton days-visit with friends
.in Grand Island.
General Master Mechanic Manning
looked over the company's interests in
this city Saturday.
1 ill. tfullard has on exhibition in
Stamp's shoe store a number of hand
C. E. Osgood, who had been with
his family in this city for a week, re
turned to Leadville Saturday.
The first snow fall of the wintor of
1895-6 occurred Nov. 9th. This is for
the benefit of future historians.
Train No. 7 Sunday and yesterday
morning was loaded to tho guards with
people bound for Denver to see Slatter.
An elerrant line of fnnnv wnrlc
be on sale at tho Episcopal fair to be
The directors of the First National
bank of this city declared their regular
-TheK, p. lodge has cod aeon-
tract for the appearance on Dec. 5th of
doublo quartette of jubilee fiingers.
The company is guaranteed to be first
Chicken supper at Keith's ball on
Tuesday evening of -next week in con
nection with the Episcopal fair. Sup
per served frqm-o!3D to 7:30.
Now that the campaign is over, the
editor's offer to accept lye hominy on
back subscriptions is renewed. We have-
all the turnips .and carrots wo can use.
Upholstering donS at E.E. Warner's.
Lu Huck returned yesterday from
Omaha where he had "been for a week at
f-he bedside of his wife, whose condition.
is such that deatjj may occur any day.
The street commissioner has been
doing considerable-street work during,
the past month, and the roadways, cross
ings and.culverts are in pretty fair con
dition to stand tho wear and . tear of
The board of education attempted to
secure a room in the Third ward in
which to open ah additional school, but
were unsuccessful. As it is now too late
jn toe season to enlarge the present.
Hding, they will have to get
along as best they oan with the present
The State Journal of Sunday con
tained the following special from Omaha:
A moat remarkable-scone was witnessed
at the union depot this evening when
150 Union Pacific employes and their
families boarded the train for Denver to
be cured by Schlatter. Two weeks ago
J,he Union Pacific postecjU notice that
freoNpasses would bo given to all em
ployes who wished to go tp Denver ttq
be treated by this man, Nogoneral re
quest was made for passes until vester
day when they, began to pour in. This
is the result of the experience of Division
Superintendent Sutherland who after
having been in a wreck three years ago
has been" unable to move anything
without pain and has been deaf. Ho
was completely cured by.J3ch latter.
Another large company of employes will,
go to morrow. Some of the women wero
crying as they were getting on tho train
and ail were nervous but full of faith
that Jthey wpuld be cured. All along
fcb line they wore joined b,y other em
ployes. The accounts of respon
sible people who settle their
bills once a month are re
spectfully solicited, We want
Dr. A. P. Sawyer; Dear SJrr X'havo been snffer
i with. eiclt headache Tor a long time. I used
:yoar Tamily Care asd bow- am entirely jrellered
-I.ttohW not do wHfeeftt your medicine. Mrs. G."
A.3ffier. Sold toy r.H;lfcBcr.
Has no superior no equal.
provement in milling machinery the product of the hard
excellent wheat of the north. If you are not using tho,
g Others save money by buying goods 3
of ns. Why don't you? We sell you: 3
A No.' 8 all copper wash
A joint of stove pipe for
i A common stove pipe
An adjustable stove pipe elbow for
A Madole hammer for :
2 1-piht tin cups for
6 engraved tumblers for ' ' '
A one-half gallon pitcher for.
A set of handled tea cups and saucers 42 cents. 5
Underwear and Hosiery well come 3
jjg anC Sqq fQY yoUl'SelveS OU1' pHCeS and
qualities talk. We
E than ever of ifotions. Tinware. Furnish-3;
I -i i i
B stock of Glassware
IE Korth Blatte. Come and' see us.
I Wilcox : Dep't : Store!
(one door south of
MOST o DELICIOUS o COFFEE o IN o THE o WORLD -L
HARRINGTON & T0BIN, SOLE
w. A. DeBERRY,
Office in Pirt Ntl. Bank Bldng-,
A dispatch from Den ver dated Novem
ber 10th. says: "On the 16th Francis
Schlatter, the healer, will end his public
work in Denver, and after a rest he will
depart for Chicago. He began his out
door work on the 16th of September and
every day since, excepting Sundays he
has been kept bilsy every moment. Not
only all classes of people from the city
have flocked to him, but they have come
from all p?rts of thp state and frQtn
many moro distant points. Reports of
many ouros have been made and bis be.
lievera can bo numbered by the thous
ands. He has "steadfastly refused all
money gifts, and no accident, scandal or
disturbance has occurred during his
stay in this city. He has acquired a
national reputation, but no 'amount of
attention seems to change him and he
continues to be the same simple minded,
ignorant man he was when he arrived
out of-the deserts of Arizona and New
.11 persons, owing us old
bills must now call-and settle
with cash or approved note.
We want this outstanding
money to enable us to dis
count our bills and thus com
pete vrith cash stores.
HAINTON & TOBIN.
EVERY FARMER IN THE STATE
who thinks wheat is too cheap, can
get the benefit of tho advance that is
suro. to come. How to do it free. ;
Write L. P. Good & Co.. 63. Commerce
Building, ChTcrfgo; Ills. '
. Why not get the BEST?
It is the -result of studied im
try it. It is sold by
- - SOLE AGENT,
.10 cents. 3 .
.15 cents. 3
.55 cents. 3:
5 cents, z?
.25, cents, ra
elbow - for
have a larger stock
-1 ,1 -i , 13
"'" VUJ laxgvau
and Lamps ever in
Streitz' drug store.) 31
AGTS, NORTH PLATO NEB
TO THE PTIBLIC.
On and after November 10th, all
laundry business will be strictly
cash except to those patrons who
are prompt payers a't the end of
each thirty days. I am forced to
adoptthis measure on account of
the4 large sum which has accumu
lated on my books.
T. M. Haintjne.
Tale, thin, bloodless people should jiae Dr. Saw
yer's UknUno. It is the greatest remedy la tho
world for making the weak strong. ,J"or sale by F.
Notice is hereby given that all
walks in the city of North Platter
that are not in good repair will b
repaired tjy tjie street commis
sioner after the 'first 'dav'of Noveuii
ber, 1895, at the expense of tliQ
owners. R. W. Morgan,
Children with pale, bluish complexion, indicat
ing the absenco of the requisite red globules In tho
blood ehould take Dr. Sawyer's Ukatine. For sale
F. by H. Juongley.
Studebaker Wagons and
Buggies at Hershey & Co's.
is the Best Advertising Me
dium in Western Nebr. .