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Lincoln County tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1885-1890, August 18, 1888, Image 4

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til ic nearly died- lhad three
docton. wko Mid tte trouble
was ladfeeatieB, ud entered
the food changed to Lactated
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fartt. i laaari rome Food a
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I for babies.
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Boton , Mmb,
nace.
'OQV
FW? jrVfiT79 and MAUDS
THE PHrSlCAITS FAVORITE.
Pommm many Important Advantages
owr aSotter prepared Food.
BABIES CRY FOR IT. '
MAUDS REUSH IT.
pwlHBUl Nourlatte
or wtthoiit the addition of nHlk.
Thnalkat. SSo. No. SUOO.
a aluble naaapblet oa Tbe Natritfcm
It Has Ko Etraal.
"We are aeing1 ia oar aax.
err (containing forty Infante)
JOB? Lactate Food, aad fla
it farsaperior to all otter oofl
wajch baa bee naed darJaa;
tte past tern yean that I bate
been riiAUBg pbyafciaa. Tte
Sialen of Charity, who bart
charge or tte taatttation. Ba
it has bo eqaal."
W. E. Dx Coubct, M. D.,
St JoBepVaFooadUag Asylasa,
CSadaaati, OUa
of iniMia aaa ibtuub,
WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., BURLINGTON, VT.
C. S. CLINTON,
bBbbbbN
WATCHES,
Clocks,
SILVERWARE
AND
Pine Watch and Clock Repair
ing a .Specialty.
Call and see me before purchasing elsewhere.
McDonald's Block, Spruce Street.
riiw?f Nortl1 Platte )
WM1 Boot and Shoe Store.
UMWAWrl We keep the best selected f
xvXr stock of
j i.1. Boots. Shoes and Slippers
W to be found in .North
Li ' Platte. Give us a call and I
C. C. NOBLE, NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
E. B. WARNER,
Keeps constantly in stock Metalic and Cloth Draped Caskets, complete
line of Trimmings in White and Black, Gloss White Caskets,
Wooden Coffins of all sizes, Shrouds and Shaes.
Telegraph Orders Promptly Attended to. Open Day and Night.
BNBALMING A SPECIALTY.
Brick Liyeky Stable,
Sun TD3T ID. "T7s7". BesacQs:,
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,
NOETH PLATTE.
NEBEASKA
WALL PAPER,
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, jcalsomine and complete painters" supplies.
30,000 ACRES
Desirable Farming Land
FOR SALE IN
RANGES 33 to 37,
INCLUSIVE, IN
Lincoln and Keith Counties, Neb..
and lying between the Ncrth and South Platte Rivers, on the line of the
Union Pacific Railway. -
Prices1 rand -Terms can be obtained on application at the office of
T:l ;: , DILLON & COLLINS,
The big Nova Scotia log raft was
reported at "Vineyard Haven, in
good condition, Wednesday.
The size of the force supporting
the chip on the Chinese shoulder is
13,000,1XX) armed men.
1
25.00 Reward.
Tbii abore reward will be paid for any caeo of
rhewaatism not benefited by Ballard's Snow,
Liniiaent. There ia no pain it will not 6nbdae,
no wound it will not heal. It is the most pene
trating liniment known for all pain, for man or
beast it stands without parallel. Ladies who
have backaebb shoald never bo without it. Price
50 cents. G. W. Price Agent.
The subscriptions for the purpose
of building a new church at this
place now amount to about $600.
not including trie amount to oe re
ceived from the missionary fund.
Hence we feel safe in saying that
the church is a sure thing. Faber.
Ballard's Horehound Syrup,
A single bottle of Ballard's Horehond Syrnp
kert about roar house for immediate nse trill
prevent serious sickness, a large doctor bill, and
pernaps wain, oy tne nse 01 tnree or lour doses.
For coring consumption its success has been
simply wonaenoi, ana lor ordinary coughs.colds.
sore throat, croup, whooping cough, sore chest
hemorrhages its effects are surprising and won-
aerrui. .every Dotue guaranteed. V. W. race.
agent. ,
o. u. uameron, instructor m
civil government, in giving the re-
auirea list or questions, yesterday,
in examination on that branch added
the revelent interogatory which
read as follows: "Who will be the
next president?" There were thirty
three in the class who gave tne
following answer: "Harrison, 17;
Cleveland 5; Lockwood 7; Fisk 1 ;
Cameron 3: total, 33. Harrison re
ceiving a majority over all. Broken
Bow Republican.
He knows what he is writing about. Mr. R
McLeod, druggist, Hemingford, Neb., says: "J
Keep in stock a great variety ot so called cures
for diarrhea and cholera morbus, but 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 saved the life of our
banker here." Sold by F. H. Longley.
About 12:30 Sunday morning the
Grand Island creamery was struck
by ngntning, toon nre ana was
burned to the ground, destroying
about 6,000 pounds' ot butter, valued
at 1,250. r The building and ma
cmnerv were valued at ao,uuu; in
surance 1,000. The storm was
very severe. The lightning struck
several ' telegraph and telephone
poles in the city. The wind blew
down a portion of the fair ground
fence and several stables.
A WARNING.
The modes of death s approach are vanons
and statistics show conclusively that more per
sons die from diseases of the throat and lungs
than any other. It is probable that everyone.
without exception, receives vast numbers of tu
bercle germs into the system and where these
eermB fall upon suitable soil they start into life
and develop, at first 6lowly and is shown by a
slight tickling sensation in the throat and if al
lowed to continue their ravages they extend to
the lungs, producinc consumption and to the
head, causing catarrh. Now all this is dangerous
and 11 allowed to proceed will m time cause
death. At the onset you must act with promt-
ness; allowing a cold to go without attention is
dangerous and may lose you your life. As soon
as you feel that something is wrong with your
Throat, Lungs or Nostrils, obtain a bottle of
tj.i. a t :u :
7 VI DUlUUi UJ1U -i. U Hltl ifO JUU 1U1
mediate relief.
The Chicago Tribune thinks that
"the prospect before the republican
party is improving steadily, and is
now much better than at any time
since the meeting of the Chicago
convention." The Tribune's faith
in the successs of the republican
party this fall has been exceedingly
"wobblish," but even the doubting
Joseph has at last become con
vinced.
. O
Brace Op.
xou are feeling depressed, your appetite is
poor, you are bothered with headache, you are
fidgetty. nervous, and generally out of sorts, and
want to brace up. Brace up, but 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 an alterative that will purify your blood,
start healthy action of Liver and Kidneys, restore
your vatality, and give renewed health and
strength, ouch n medicine you will nnd in
Electric Bitters and only 50 cents a bottle at A
F.Streitz's Drug Store. " ' 5
Chairman F. M. Clark, of the
state central committee of the
American labor party of Colorado,
has .resigned because he doesn't
think the modern know-nothing
organization has even a lighting
chance. "I shall devote mv ener-
gies and give my undivided support
and labor to assist the election to
the office of president of the United
States that genuine representative
of true American principles, Benja
min Harrison or Illinois, he says
Their Business Booming.
Probably no one thing has aused suh a gen
eral jrevival of trade at A. F. Streitz's Drug
Store as their giving away to their ustom ers of
so many free trial bottles of Dr. King's New
Dis overy for Consumption. Their trade is
simply enormous in this very valuable article
from the fa t that it always cures and nover dit
appoints. Coughs, Colds, Asthma. Bronchitis,
Croup and all throat and lung diseases qui kly
cured. You can test it before buying by getting
s trial bottle free, large size SI. Every bottle
warranted.
Amass meeting of temperance men
and women of the 29th senatorial- district
of Nebraska, consisting of Furnas, Red
Willow, Hitchcock, Dundy, Gosper,
Frontier, Chase and Hayes counties, is
hereby called to meet in the city of
McCook, August 22, 1888, for the purpose
of nominating a candidate for senator,
also for the purpose of nominating four
candidates for representatives of the fol
lowing districts: district No. 64, consist
ing of the county of Ftvnas; district No.
65, consisting of the county of Red Wil
low; district No. 66, consisting of the
counties of Frontier and Gosper ; district
No. 67, consiting of the counties of
Hitchcock, Dandy, Hayes and Chase, and
for the purpose of transacting such other
business as may come before it It 'is
earnestly requested that every temperance
organization, of whatever name, send at
least one sepresentative.
Pretty Women.
All women look attractive when their color
and complexion is clear. If your skin is sallow
eyes dull, you are bilious, securo a box of Wil
liams' Australian Herb Pills, take as directed.
and the feeling of languor will leave you, your
eyes brighten, and you are another woman. C,
TV. i'nce,Ageat.
A Crazy woman, escaping irom
Blackwell's Island, nearly swam
the East River Sunday night, but
was arrested by a boatman before
she could reach the shore. The
poor creature said she wanted to
see her husband, and she was tired
of being continually put into baths
hy her asylum attendants.
'''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
saved by thisTrreat remeuy- It is tha one prepn.
Oration that every family and every traveling
man should be provided with, especially during
the summer months. Many cases of Chronio
Diarrhoea that had resisted all other treatment
one baffled the skill of good physicians have
been permantly cured by it. Sold by F. H.
Longley.
Representative Crane is a gentle
man not in the habit of writing to
his friends telling them to go to
work and get him an invitation to
address their people at the county
fair on the political rottenness of
the day, but the Journal suggests
that if any farming community
wants some bottom facts on politi
cal rottenness they can secure In
him a pretty inteligent farmer, who
knows his business and can make
them a very interesting speech on
that topic. Farmer Van Wyck,
however, will not attend the same
fair with farmer Crane. State
journal. f
AN EXPLANATION.
What is this "nervous trouble" with which so
many now seem to be afflicted? -If yon 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 larigusge. yet this
word covers only the meaning of another word
used by our forefathers in times past. So it is
with nervous diseases, as they and malaria are in
tended to cbver 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 disposo of tho bile through the ordi
nary channel is compelled to pass it off through
the Bystem, causing nervous troubles, maria, bil
ious fever, etc. You who are suffering can well
appreciate a cure. We recommend Green's Au
gust Flower. Its cures are marvelous.
NICHOLS.
Nichols, Aug. 7th. Small grain
all cut and nearly all stacked. The
thresher is at work in the west end
of the neighborhood and will be
here in a few days.
At the Republican primary this
evening, os. jStinisan was sent as
a delegate from'this precinct to the
county convention. .
There was a wedding at the resi
dence, of Mr. Ferguson on the ' 7th,
Squire Zook officiating. Mr. Twiss
and Miss Reno were the contracting
parties.
The leap year dance given by the
laaies r naay evening, was a very
pleasant party.
It rains here about everv other
day and the hay crop is the best it
has been for years.
The two Miss F's are on . the
prairie again and we sincerely hope
they wilL stay.
Mr. Haukens is preparing to start
ior Colorado. We are sorry to lose
him, but the "Lord giveth and
taketh away."
Mr. Mc Williams had a horse
tangled in a wire fence the early
part ot the week and badly cut.
Two base ball tsams are being
formed here and some fun may be
expected in the near future.
.1111. o. says he has more oats on
one acre than Mr. P. has on seventy
acres, and yet Mr. P. has good
oats.
F. Matchell is back from Paxton
and is having a good time with the
girls.
Miss Stannard will teach the
1 1 WW I T" . 1- 1 1
school m Uistnct JNo. 61 the com
ing term.
Short.
A merchant, after Belling and using an article
for years, knows something of its merits. Mr.
W. D. nailer, 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 best of all medicines for
diarrhoea and boweU complaints generally."
Bold byK H. Longley.-v
After a somewhat extended ram
ble over the states to the east of us,
Hon. Patrick IJgan feels that the
success of the republican national
tidket is inevitable. He has had
unusual opportunities for studying
the feelings of the Irish-American
voters, and finds that large numbers
are coming over to the support ot
Harrison. There are two reasons
for the wholesale conversion of the
Celts. The principle of protection
finds much favor among them,
partially, perhaps, because no Irish
man wishes to aid by his vote the
people who crushed out the indus
tries of the Emerald isle by adverse
legislation in the past. Again, Mr.
Egan says that the young voters of
to-day are disregarding their race
traditions. They are not willing to
continue voting" the democratic
ticket simply because the party op
posed the knownothings long before
they were born. They are tired of
the bossism that has presumed to
mark out their pa-'hs in politics, and
in the future will reserve the right
to think and act for themselves. A
little independent thinking lands
the vote in the republican party,
and enough changes of this kind
willl occur to have quite an in
fluence in the doubtful states.
Journal.
WM & EilHG,
Hp,Sipjnl Carriage
Kalsomining &c. DECORATIVE
PAPER HANGING done in the
latest style, promptly to order, at
reasonable prices. We guarantee
-to use good material and give satis-
iaction on all work, it will pay
you to call on us at shop upstairs
in Hershey & Co?s building, or leave
orders at Streitz's drug store.
t I
CURES
TmUumIm. Earacbt.
NEURALGIA, SORE THROAT,
catarrii, croup, t-rwt vim,
Strt Nipples, Caktt Breasts, Lane Back,
RHEUMATISM
Sprains, Brcists, Cats, Bams, 0M Saras, fts.
Sdd by Druggistt. 50c. and $1.00.
ttAMLIN'8 BLOOD AND LIVER PILLS.
1 Bast in tha World. Try Them. 25c
SONO BOOK MAILED FREE.
Address WIZARD oil CO.,
BBBBBBBBaBBk VIIIVAViVi afaRSBM RSM
sUa9aaI3J1P
P. WALSH,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Estimates on Work Furnished.
Shop Corner Cottonwood and Third Sts
east of Catholic church.
I. K. SOMERS,
Nurseryman,
Florist and Gardener,
(BARTON PLACE,)
NORTH PLATTE, NEBR.
Can furnish all kinds of fruit and
shade trees, forest trees, and seed
lings for tree claims at lowest
prices. Also all kinds of plants and
flowers. Estimates and designs
given for laying out new grounds.
Yards kept by contract.
USTOWS THE
to have your friends come to
-0- Kansas and Nebraska -0-
as eastern lines will sell tickets and ran
3EHI-MIHL7 LAUD EMH
to all Kansas tnd Nebraska points over the
TTnsricosr pacific,
No. 3490.
FIEST NATIONAL BANK,
North. Platte, - VTeb.
Authorized Capital, $200,1
Paid in Capital, $50,1
Banking In All -Its Branches Transacted
Sell Bills of Exchange Direct on Great Britain and Ireland, Switzer
land, France, Belgium, Holland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark,
Italy, Russia, Spain, Portugal, Germany and Austria.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
A. IT. STREITZ
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AJND DEALER IN
$1. One Job-
IF PAID IN" ADVANCE
Will Hecufe lt p&pen
1 One Year, 1
Martin & Nauman
BUTCHERS
AND DEALERS IN
FRESH Mil :ALT tW
HAMS, BACON, SAUSAGE
AND FISH.
Highest Price Paid for Fat Stock.
Sixth Street, between Sprnco and Pine,
NORTH PLATTE, - - NEB.
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES
Wall Paper,
WIISHDCW GKLufi-SS AND BRUSHES.
Agent for Sherwin & Williams' Mixed Paints and the Diamond:
Brand Paints.
Corner Sixth, and Sprnce Streets.
HERSHEY & CO.,
DEALERS IN -'
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
' -AND
ROAD CARTS, ETC.
Agents for. the Celebrated
Goodhue , and Challenge Wind Mills.
Agents for Union Sewing Machines.
4 Locust Street,
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
J. Q. TH ACKER,
RUG Car I S T.i
KEITH'S BLOCK, FRONT STREET, OPPOSITE PACIFIC HOTEL.
nSTOHTH PLATTE, NEBEASKA.
ALL COMMUNICATIONS
ro ME WITH- REGARD TO
NY INTERESTS I MAY HAVE
IN TOWN' LOTS. OR OUT,
LYING LAND IN NEBRASKA,
COLORADO OR WYOMING,
WILL RECEIVE PROMPT
ATTENTION.
J. T. CLARKSON,
164 RANDOLPH STREET,
CHICAGO.
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.
Merchant Tailor,
OXjJES.
LARGE STOCK OP PIECE GOODS,
enihracing alt 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.
8 Si
'fi ft II till 4 W 4 A
tawe you any laea wnat it uosts
TO MAKE A CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ?
You havciil ? Well, let us -give you just a glimpse into the business, perhaps it milt1
interest you.
To begin with, the work . of tlte paper is divided into Seventeen Different Departments,
each wider its own responsible Superintendent. JLtt us take them in order as
they stand 071 the weekly pay-roll:
I. The Editorial Department. This includes
eilitore, city editors, telegraph editors, exchange
cauors, editorial writers, special writers, ana about
thirty reporters. Tut: Daita' News staff is
admittedly without a superior in the West, and
numbers 56
2. The Telegraph Room. To save 'time special wires are
run into The Daily News building, and the
paper's own operators take the messages and hand
them immediately to the telegraph editor. The
number of operators is 3
3. The Compositor's Room. When "eopv" has passed
the hands of the proper revising editor it goes to
the type-setter. There are a good many of him -in
The Daily News ofiieo on an average . . 73
4. The Linotype Room. But the compositor doesn't do
- all the type-setting. The "Linotype" machine
; "sets type" by casting a-line-of-type, on somewhat
the same principle as the type-founder casts a
single type. Fourteen of these machines are in use
in TfiE Daily News office, and the number of
persons required in this department is ... . 29
5: The Artists' and Engravers' Department. But the
metropolitan daily now gives its readers not only
reading matter, but also illustrations. By the aid
of good artists, zinc etchers and jihotography by.
electric light The Daily News is now printing
the best newspaper illustrations in America. This
takes the best service of skilled workers to the
number of 7
6. The Stereotype Foundry. The matter type and pic
tures Ibeing now " locked up " in the " forms" the
work is next transferred to the foundry. A metro
politan daily no longer prints from its type. In
order to print a large edition quickly it 13 neces
sary to multiply the printing surfaces, and this is
accomplished by casting duplicate stereotyped
plates, from which, after they hare been fastened
to the presses, the printing is done. Of stereo
typers The Daily News requires 8
7. The Press Room. The Daily News uses six double
perfecting presses, capable of printing 100,000 com
plete papers per hour. To run these there are
required men to the number of. . . 26
corrcsp
readers
8. The Mailing and Delivery Department. "The mail
ers" and the delivery clerks handle over a million
papers atTveek. The force numbers 25
g. The Engine Room. To supply the motive power requires
three steam boilers of 175 horse-power capacity, and
three engines with an aggregate of 270 horse-power.
All departments are lighted by the Edison incan
descent system, which here comprises three dynamo
machines and 500 lamps. The employes of this
department number 5
10. The Circulation Department. The paper is now a
manufactured article, and it is the business of this
department to develop the market for it. The
average number of workers is 16
ix. The Subscription Room. All the subscriptions from
out-of-town, whether of individual readers or whole
sale news agents, pass through this department, and
this department employs on the average ... 17
12. The Business Office The general clerical work of the
paper, such as recuivingand caring for the advertise
ments of which over fifteen hundred are received
and handled eveiy day receiving and paying out
cash the general bookkeeping of the business,
requires a counting-room force of 27
13. The Care of Building, requires the constant service of
(uree janitors 3
14. The Watchman. To insure perfect protection against
risk of fire two watchmen are constantly on duty. 2
15. The New York Office. This engages the entire time of a
general manager and assistant 2
16. The Washington Bureau. In charge of its own special
Washington staff correspondent 1
X7- The Milwaukee Bureau. To facilitate Northwestern
news gathering, one man
From which it appears that the number of regular employees
is...... ........ ...... 3Q2
And the pay roll runs from 5,500 to $6,000 per week, are
gaUng during the year 300,000. 00
Then there is even a larger annual expenditure for white
paper, and telegraph and cable tolls sometimes run
nearly a thousand dollars a week. Take it all
together the expenditures of The Daily News for
the year 1888 will vary very little from 900 000
The foregoing takes no account of the special correspondents at hundreds of places throughout the country of European
onients ; ot niteen nunurctt news agents throughout the Tforthwest who distribute The Daily News to i out f
; of two hundred city carriers; of forty-two wholesale city dealers with their horses and wairoiw : nf nn i,
and fifty branch advertisement offices throughout the city, all connected with the main office by telephone, nor of the about
three thousand newsboys who make a living, in whole or in part, selling The Daily News in Chicago. This is what it eots
the publisher to make a Chicago Daily News. It costs the reader to buy it one cent a day. Measured by the cost of its
production, The Daily News is worth its price, tart itt The Chicago Daily News is sold by all newsdealers, or will ba
mailed, postage paid, for.,$3.00 per year, or 25 cents per month. Address
VICTOR F. LAWSON, Publisher The Daily News, Chicago.

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