mm a Oiiii )HIIFrom debilit,Ltin of nniri
liT nLL JfUf UUWWn htMt. ify0uctn'tEleep,kTeopptite,li:k
?" ambition, and are always tirad, yoa are aa
wmAimmtUUmtiimUmAM. You need Pain CeleijGwpoardaAtlifc
mmom, when the whole system is debilitated by the wear and tew of wwk or play in
the extras heat . CaayomaJart tfce time and cost of aYacation? Pake's Celery
Goafewd will reaore tkefaeed of one. It is the only hot weather tonic that has true
saedicualTatae. Copded from the formula of a successful physician, aa a general
iariferatorit has MfisaI.4When all
"irsrs&wa brace you up.
eather that FajaVs Celery Coaspoaad mummmmmmmmwmmmmwmmmmmmwmmmmmmmnwm
Sold by all druggists, botUe. Six for $5.
WELLS, EICHAKDSON & CO., Froprs, Burlington, Vt.
O. S. CLINTON,
Pine Watch and Clock Repair
ing a Specialty.
Call and see me before purchasing elsewhere.
McDonald's Block, Spruce Street.
f-Jp North Platte J
feMjp Boot and Shoe Store
q 7W$P ' We keeP the best selected
Uf2r stock of J
f . Boots. Shoes aad Slippers
h j Platte. Give us a call and
E. B. WARNER,
Keeps constantly in stock Metalic and Cloth Draped Caskets, complete
line of Tnmmings in White and Black, Gloss White Caskets,
Wooden Coffins of all sizes, Shrouds and Shaes.
Telegraph Orders Promptly Attended to. Open Day and Night.
ENBALMING A SPECIALTY.
FIRST-CLASS RIGS FURNISHED
on short notice and at reasonable rates. Horses boarded by the week or
month. Careful and competent employes. Stable opposite the Hawley
House on east Fifth street,
NORTH PLATTE, - NEBEASKA
Paint and Oil Depot.
At PEALE'S. Odd Fellows' Block, Spruce Street,
Always in stock. the most complete assortment of WALL PAPER, wall
and ceiling decorations, CORNERS, CENTERS, Binders and all latest
novelties in papers. Every shade of the best brands of READY MIXED
paints for houses, barns, wagons and buggies. White lead, oils, glass,
putty, brushes, varnishes, kalsomine and complete painters1 supplies.
FOR SALE IN
RANGES 33 to 37,
Lincoln and Keith Counties. Neb.,
and :lyiiig between the North and South Platte Rivers, on the line of the
Union .racinc Kailway.
and Terms can be obtained on application at the office of
Once in a while the journalistic
blackmailer meets his match. In
San Francisco one of 'em ran down
the steps of a prominent hotel on
Plriday yelling "murder" at the top
of his voice. He had been inter-
viewing.Senator Fair and offered to
4 'ii;jt.: -1
reirain uom puonsnmg a uuurmuus
article about the senator for the
consideration of 15,000. Fair
knocked him over with his fist.
Ballard's Horehound Syrup.
A sisgle bottle of Ballard's Horehond Syrnp
keptaboet roar hoase for immediate obo will
prerent serious sickness, a Iarm doctor bill, and
perhaps death, by the use of three or f oar doses.
For earing consumption its success has been
simply -wonderful, and for ordinary coughs.colds,
sore throat, croap. whooping coagh, sore chest
hemorrhages its effects are surprising and won
derful. Erery bottle guaranteed. C W. Price,
The democratic organs which
only a few weeks ago were boasting
that Gen. Alger of Michigan, would
sulk in his tent and thus permit
them to carry the state for Cleve
land are now accusing him of hav
ing made an enormous contribution
to the republican campaign fund.
Gen. Alcrer is reallv treatiner these
able organs very cruelly. He could
save them a vast amount of discom
fort and woe by giving tham a cert
. 1 i
mea programme 01 wnai ne pro
poses to do in this campaigm.
He knows what he is writing about. Mr. R.
McLeod, druggiBt, Hemingford, Neb., says:
keep in stock a great variety of so called cores
for diarrhea and cholera morbus, bat from a
personal trial of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhea Remedy, I regard it as the best of
any medicine in the market, -for diarrhoea and
all bowel complaints. It Bavcd .the life of oar
banker here." 8old by F. H. Longley.
England still continues to send
over arcruments for the election of
Harrison and Morton and the re
tirement of Grover with his free
trade theories. The London Econo
mist says: "On the adoption of
free trade bv the TTunited States
depends the greater share of Eng
1 - 1 - n 1
nsn prosperity ior a goou many
years to come. The British Hos
leru Review reiterates:" We ven-
ture to say that England will reap
the largest share of any advantages
that mav arise from the adoption of
tne ideas now advocated bv the free
trade party in the united btates.
The modes of death's approach an various
and statistics show conclusively that mere per
sons die from diseases of the throat and lungs
than any other. It is probable that everyone.
without exception, receives vast numbers ol tn-
DercJo germs into the system ana where ttese
germs fall apon suitable soil they start into life
and develop, at first slowly and is shown b7 a
slight tickling sensation in the throat and if al
lowed to continue their ravages they extend to
the longs, producing consumption and to the
bead, causing catarrh, Now all this is dangerous
and if allowed to Droceed will in time cause
death. At the onset yoo most act with promr-
ness; allowing a cold to go without attention is
dangerous and may lose yoa your life. As soon
as yoa feel that something is wrong with your
Throat, Longs or Nostrils, obtain a bottle of
Boschee's German Syrup. It will give you im
Emperor William displays great
independence of character in his de
cision and exhipitsa feverish energy
which excises apprehension. He
gets up infae morning like a day
laborer, says a Berlin paper, and
never, untiiWtime, does his energy
seem to inyiwm7crAmit of repose.
He manages -Ikw some regi
ment everyd'ayroifl, if it is cavalry,
he leads the troops himself. He is
always at the beck and call of his
Ministers, and enjoys sport daily
and the final wearisome state dinner
with the utmost gusto. The night
is well worked up with correspon
dence and flying orders.
$25. CO Reward.
The above reward will ba paid for any case of
rheumatism not benefited by Ballard's Snow
Liniment. There is no pain it wiU not subdue,
no wound it will not heal. It is the most Dene-
trating liniment known for all pain, for man or
beast it stands without parallel. Ladies who
have backache should never be without it. Price
50 cents. C. W. Price Agent
Tim Campbell, the Apollo of
congress from New York, lias been
widelv advertised in the democratic
newspapers as looking for some fool
republican who will bet him from
ten thousand upward against twice
the amount, that Harrison will be
elected. The other dav Senator
In "alls handed him a written offer
of $12,500 against S25,000 from a
svndicate in Iukn, Kas. Tim
promptly backed water. He said it
was all lie. He was merelv getting
some very cheap advertising as an
old Roman from the democratic
press, but he wasn't such a fool of
an old Roman as to bet on Grover s
election that way.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy is the most successful, preparation ever
produced for summer complaint. Cholera Mor
bus, Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Bloody Flux and
Chronic Diarrhoea and thousands of persons
will certify that they believe their lives have been
raved by this great remedy. It is the one prep
aration that every family and every traveling
man should be provided with, especially during
Uie summer months. Many cases of Chrdnic
Diarrhoea that had resisted nU other treatment
nne baffled the skill of good physicians have
been permantly cured by it. Sold by F. H.
"Three Mule" Barnum, captain
general of the English candidates
campaign forces, has announced
"officially" that the banner his fol
lowers will march under this fall
shall be the flag bandanna." apiece
of colored cloth to be used in oppo
sition to the stars and stripes
adopted by the founders of the
United States one hundred years
ago. Twenty-seven years ago the
majority of the democratic party
grew dissatisfied with the national
colors and adopted one of their
own. Then it took four years to
persuade them that one omblein
was enough for this section ,pf the
world. This time, however, the
mode of argument will be different,
but the' result the same.
A merchant, after selling and using an article
for years, knows something of its merits. Mr.
W. D. Bailer, druggist, Blair, Neb., says: "I
have used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, and do not hesitate to say,
that I think it the beet of all medicines for
diarrhoea aad bowel complaints generally."
Sold by F.H. Longley.
Speaking of the case of poisoning
at Curtis of which we referred to
last week, the Becord says: The
party who cot the belladonna, Mi.
Morgan, brother-in-law of Miss
Evans, was accustomed-to take the
dandelion, and it was at nis sug
gestion that Miss Evans sent for it.
Mr. Morgan noticedthat the article
did not appear like jthat which he
was used to taking, and mentioned
the fact to Mr. Baker that it was
thinner than usual." This was ex
plained by saying' tiat7it was the
warm weather 'thitj made it thin.
Being thus convinced that the medi
cine was all right, he took it home
with him and just after the institute
closed on Tuesday, jMiss Evans tooK
a large dose, of from 15 to 20
grain's, supposing it to be dandelion.
One grain of belladonna is a large
dose, and this only given in extreme
cases. Mr. Morgan also tested the
medicine and was made auite sick
by it, although he ' soon recovered,
not having taken as great a quantity
as did Miss Evans. Unless some
new coinnlicahon arises there is no
doubt that Miss El vans will shortly
recover her full health, though her
mouth, throat and stomach are
severely parched bj the terrible
dose. Belladonna is an extract
of the plant known as "deadly
nightshade," and its poisonous ef
fects are onlyf equalled by those of
nux vomica or strvcnuine. vv uere
the blame lies in this matter is yet
to be determined, but the extremely
narrow escape of Miss Evans should
1 11 Li i
De a warning to ail m ine iuture 10
use the greatest Dossble caution in
dealing out or taking deadly pois
What is this "nervous trouble" with which so
many now seem to be afflicted? If yoa will re
member a few years ago the word Malaria was
comporatively unknown to-day it is as common
as any word in the English language, yet this
word covers only the meaning of another word
used by our forefathers in times past. Bo it is
with nervous diseases, as they and malaria are in
tended to cover what our grandfathers called
biliousness, and all are caused by troubles that
arise from a diseased condition of the liver
which in performing its functions'' finding that
it cannot dispose of the bile through the ordi
nary channel is compelled to pass it oS through
the srstem. causing, aervaas troubles, maria, bil
ious fever, etc. Yoa 'who are suffering can well
appreciate a care. We recommend (ireen's Au
gust Flower. Its cures are marvelous.
The sufferings of the Scotch
crofters from the exactions and
cruelties of landlords have been
hardly less severe than those of the
people of Ireland. Whilst over
2,000,000 acres of fertile lands were
grazing grounds for the deer, hun-
areds or families were nuddled in
old- and disused kilns, unfit for
jhuman habitation; and when a raid
recentlv made bv them on a deer
forest in order to kill and divide the
animals manv of them nad not a
errain of meal in their houses and
their babies had not tasted milk for
months. The crofter act which was
nassed bv Darliament two vears ago.
- "J J J a
igives sbme little relief in the shape
o n 1 - -I r ? 1 i
or iair rent ana nxity or tenure un
der certain conditions; but it does
not deal with the necessity for more
land, and it leaves the grievance
of the deer forests untouched. The
real thing needed is a law based on
the nnnciDle that the land shall be
used for the benefit of the people,
and that, subject to the payment of
a.fair rent, they shall be resettled
on the land that is capable of sup
porting them. Unless this shall be
done the English government will
soon be confronted by a problem as
dangerous as was tne lnsn question
in its acutest stage. Omaha Bee.
You are feeling depressed, your appetite is
poor, you aro bothered with headache, you are
ndgetty. nervous J'jml generally out of sorts, and
want to brace op. Brace op, bat not with stimu
lants, spring medicines or bitters, which have
for their basis very cheap, bad whiskey, and
which stimulate you for an hour, and then leave
you in worse condition than before. What you
want is on alterative that will purify your blood,
start healthy action of Liver and Kidneys, restore
your vatality, and give renewed health and
strength. Such a medicine you will find in
Electric Bitters and only 50 cents a bottle at A.
F. Strcitz's Drug Store. 5
The speech of Sitting Bull to
the Indian council at Standing
Rock agencv the other day was very
unicme. it was received by the
Jo urnal in full, but lack of space
prevented its publication. The fol
lowinsr is a brief extract: "Chiefs
and braves; The great white fath
ers are in a great hurry to get you
to sicru vour names in their auto
graph albums, but don't let, there
be a- mad rusfe to. do-it. bo long as
we are Mere k we can have several
iquare meals a day, wuich is better
than sitting in our wigwams at
nome chewing willow bark and
talking about the crops. The
Manito made chiefs, warriors and
women. Lefc.us act like chisfs and
warriors. It is for women we bur-
1TTI il 1 A T A
ry. w nen tne paie iacea fathers
iitrnsn tackle vou to show vour tine
Spencerian rand, tell him that your
amanuensis is away fishing, and
that you only write before large
audiences. We might as well stay
here until cold weather sets in.
That's the kind of a tuning fork I
am. I have spoken." Tonics.
Their Business Booming.
Probably no one thing has nosed son a gen
eral revival of trade at A. F. Streitz's Drug
Storo as their giving away to their U6tpmers of
so many free trial .bottles of Dr. King's New
Dis overy for ConwaHption.- Their trade is
simply enormous in this very valuable article
from the fat that it always cares and never dit-
appoints. Coaghs, Colds, Asthma. Bronchitis,
Croup and all throat and lung diseases qui kly
cured. Yoa can test it before baying by getting
a trial bottle free, large size 1. Kvorr hntt.ln
All women look attractivn vrian tJioir (vlni
and complexion is clear. If your skin is sallow
eyes doll, yoa are bilious, secure a box of Wil
liams' Australian Herb Pills, take as directed,
and the feeling of languor will leave yoa, your
rjtnuriguuxu. uu juu are anotner woman.
Ummdmmm Taalhixlit Earache;
NEURALGIA, SORE THROAT,
Catarrh. Crtat, Fratt .
Sara Mltalaa, Cakaa" Braasts, iaan gack,
Sanhw, Braisas, Cute, Barns. OH Sare$ ft.
9M by Druggists. 50c. and $1.00.
HAMLIN'S BLOOD AMD LIVER UAM.
ant ( Ik WarM. TrvTiMM. 25ft.
SONG BOOK MAILED FREE.
AQQriH WlftMHV Wlta WW..
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Estimates on "Work Furnished.
Shop Corner Cottonwood and Third Sts
east of Catholic church.
I. K. SOMERS,
Florist and Gardener,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBR.
FIEST NATIONAL BAM,
"TVT Til ' ivnr
Authorized Capital, $200,000. Paid in Capital, $50,000.
Banking In AH Its Branches Transacted
Sell Bills of Exchange Direct on Great Britain and Ireland, Switzer
land, France, Belgium, Holland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark,
Italy, Kussia, Spain, Portugal, Germany and Austria.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
A. F. STREITZ
k WHOLESALE A3TD RETAIL
A2TO DEALER IN"
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES
Can furnish all kinds of fruit and
shade trees, forest trees, and seed
lings for tree claims at lowest
g rices. Also all kinds of plants and
owers. Estimates and designs
?ven for laying out new grounds,
ards kept by. contract.
to have your friends come to
-o- Kansas and Nebraska -o-
aa eastern lines will sell tickets and ran
SEW-MIH17 LAND EZCUS
to all Kansas nnd Nebraska points over the
IF PAID IN" ADVANCE
Will ecufe paper
l One Year. I
Martin & Nauman
AND DEALERS IN
HAMS, BACON, SAUSAGE
Highest Price Paid for Fat Stock.
Sixth Street, between Sprnco and Pine,
NORTH PLATTE, - - NEB.
Agent for Sfierwin & Williams"' Mixed Paints and the Diamond
Corner Sixth. -arid Spriace Streets, i
HERSHEY &r CO.,
: , AND
IRO-AJD CARTS, ETC.
Agents for the Celebrated
Goodhue and Ghallenge )Vind Mills.
Agents for Union Sewing Machines.
North Platte, . - - Nebraska.
J. Q. T H ACKER,
. KEITH'S BLOCK, FRONT STREET, OPPOSITE PACIFIC HOTEL.
NOKTH PLATTE, -- NEBEASKA.
ME WITH REGARD TO
MY INTERESTS ! MAY HAVE
n TOWN LOTS OR OUT
LYING LAND- IN WE BRAG KA,
COLORADO OR WYOMING:
WILL RECEIVE PROMPT
J. T. CLARKSON,
164 RANDOLPH STREET.
WE AIM TO HANDLE THE BEST GRADE OF GOODS,
SELL THEM AT REASONABLE PRICES, AND WARRANT
EVERYTHING AS REPRESENTED.
Orders from the country and along the line of the Union
Pacific Railway Solicited.
1 IB .V, 3?J 33 H.
LARGE STOCK OF PIECE GOODS,
embracing all the new designs, kept on hand and made to order.
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE.
Spruce Street, next door to Post office.
The Newspaper Revolution.
From the Rothford (i37.) Register.
"The en of cumbrous blanket-sheets seems coming to an end, and newspapers like the New York Sun and Trx
Chicago Daily News are the prominent journalistic svecesses of the period. The papers that gfa enoagh. reading matter
to fill a good volume in each daily issue are going out of faror with many people who have some other employment for
their time than the search through mountains of straw for kernels of news. The sheets that give the news systematically
and amply, and without unnecessary padding, an taking the lead in the great cities."
Forty years ago the chief duty of an editor, in
yiew of his limited facilities, was to gather all the
news he could and print it Intelligence was
transmitted slowly; many occurrences of interest
were never heard of beyond their Immediate
locality; ocean mails were long in transit, and the
overthrow of an European dynasty was not known
here until long after the event Suddenly there
came a change. The railroad and the telegraph
superseded old methods, and the newspaper was
literally flooded with news. The death of a petty
ward politician in San Francisco, the result of a
Presidential election, the. accession of a.soverelgn,
the outbreak of a war, and notice that a shanty had
beenburdeninTexas,allwerehurried over the wires
into the .newspaper offices, and there bem
no idea of discrimination, all were pnnted.
Thus originated the "blanket sheet."
The-publisher who could send out
the biggest blanket for a nickel was the
mostenterprising; the biggest paper:
was the best it was a period of bigness.;
But after a time the very excess of the
evil brought the remedy, and there be-'
can an era of discrimination, during which
irose such iournals as the New York Sun
ad The Chicago Daily News. That the public
appreciated the new departure is best evidenced in
the fact that the Sun reached a circulation of 150,
000 a day, and The Daily News 175,000. The
wonderful and constantly growmgpopularity of the
condensed, low-priced papers has so far broughtthe
cumbrous and high-priced blanket-sheets to their
senses, that they have now somewhat reformed
both as to size and price, but they are still too far
removed from the true ideal of American jour
nalism to meet the needs of the great majority.
In the west The Chicago Daily News has
been the first to appreciate and meet the situation,
and it now enjoys the results of its twelve years of
pioneer work in a daily circulation averaging over
iItc times that 'r.nv of its contemporaries, and
f ivi ;i nuaii
considerably more than the circulations of all other
Chicago dallies combined. It is hardly necessary
to say that such a circulation could not be attained,
much less maintained, except by a paper of high
grade of excellence, as well as one sold at a popu
lar price. To win such recognition the cheap
paper must be as good a newspaper as the best of
of its higher-priced competitors. And this The
Daily News certainly is.. It is a member of the
Associated Press, and is the only paper in Chicago
which possesses a franchise which secures to it
both the day and night dispatches of the Associa
tion. In the generalfield of news-gathering it re
presents in thehighestdegreethe progressive enter
orise of American Journalism: as aWrpaper
. . ?it x.t- 1 t.
it cnauenges comparison tow any in uic ianu.
n its editorial columns ihe jjaily xmews
speaks from the standpoint of the inde
pendent newspaper, ana tnereoy escapes
tne tempiauon 01 impairing nonesc ana
honorable influence by condoning or
defending the questionable under the
pressure of party allegiance. It is not
an organ, neither is it a neutral in
uestions of principle. It has the cour
of its convictions. The organ of
no party, sect or interest, it voices the united de
mand of all those better elements of society in
behalf of purity, honesty and decency in all the
relations of life. By just so much as it thus com
mends itself to the regard of the truly "best peo
ple" of the community does it voluntarily re
nounce any community of interest with all others.
So conspicious a success must have its imi
tators, and The Daily News has the endorsement
such imitation always bestows. However as it is the
only one-cent paper in Chicago or the West which
Is amember o?the Associated Pressall other Chi
cago Associated Press papers cost 3 cents all
imitation must continue, so far as news giving value
is concerned, to be but imitation. The Chicago
Daily News is " the original," " the best"
Sold by . -vsdealcrs at one cent per copy, six cents per week. Mailed, postage paid, for
per year, or 25 cents per month. Every farmer can now have his daily paper at little more
the cost of the old time weekly. Address
VICTOR F. LAWSON, Publisher The Daily News, Chicago
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