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U. P. TIME TABLE.
No. t Atlantic Express Dept 12:30 A. M.
No. ft Chicago Kxpree " 6:40 a. M.
No. 4 Fast Mail 8 55 a.m.
No. 2 limited " 10:40 A.M.
No. 28 Freight " 730 a. M.
No. 18 Freight " 60 p. M.
No. 22 Freight " 4:05 a, M.
GOING WIST MOUNTAIN TIME.
No. 7 Pacific Kinross Dept 3:55a. M
No. 5 Denver Express " 1030 p. m
No. S Fast Mail " 1:00 a.m.
No. 1-Iimited " 10:00 p. M
No. 21 Freight " 4:05 p. M
No. 23 Freight " 8:10 A. M
N. B. OLDS. Agent.
F. M. HECK, Prop.
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
Fresh, Salted and Med
Hams, Bacon, Fresh Sausage, Pool
try, Eggs, Etc.
Cash Paid for Hides and Furs.
Your, patronage is respectfully so
licited and we will aim to please
you at all times.
H. S. BOAIi,
Meats at wholesale and re-
tail, -bish and irame m
season. Sausage at aU
times. Cash paid for Hides.
Hershey & Co.
Pure : Ice !
pure Well Water.
announces to tho public that ho is serv
ing pure crystal ice this summer.
Best in the market.
Leave orders at Streitz's Drug Store.
Agent for best line of Fire,
Life and Accident Co's.
lniVe? and $ciftioi$ Opened
By WM. MUNSON.
Leave them at S. Adams' store and they
will receive prompt attention.
LAND BUYERS !
Are You Buying
I. jl. foet
Has 400,000 acres upon his list
from which to select, in all parts of
the county, at from 3 to 20 per
acre. Terms from cash to fifteen
Tears' time. Call and see me at my
office over postoffice, or address
I. A. Fort, North Platte, Neb.
Manufacturer of and Dealer In
Curbing, Building Stone,
'And all kinds of Monumental
and Cemetery Work.
Careful attention given to lettering of
every description. Jobbing done on
short notice. Orders solicited and esti
mates freely given.
R. D. THOMSON,
Contractor and Builder.
127 Sixth St. Cor. of Vine,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
IF YOU WANT
To Soend a Haoov Summer
and save Doctor Bills
CaU on A. L. DAYIS and buy one of those NEW
PROCESS GASOLINE STOVES, A FINE REFRIG
ERATOR, SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS.
He also carries a complete stock of Screen Wire, Hose,
Nozzles, Lawn Mowers and Rakes, Sprinklers, Hard
ware and Tinware, Acorn Stoves and Ranges. Repair-
. ing done promptly. WE MAKE THE PRICES.
s McGee's Old Stand.
Agricultural : Implemenls
OP ALL KINDS,
Farm and Spring Wagons,
Buggies, Road Carts,
Wind Mills, Pumps, Barb
Locuat Street, between Fifth and Sixth
PROPRIETOB OF THE
Front Street Livery Stable,
(Ono block east of McDonald's Bank.)
First-class Single and Double Rigs
to Hire at Reasonable Rates.
LQive Me a Call. J
A. P. CARLSON,
Full line of piece goods always on
hand and made to order.
Only first-class workmen employed.
Shop on Bprnco Street over Hans Gcrtlor&Co.
Big pay this season. We give our men
seed and seed potatoes to sell in addition
to complete line of nursery stock, thus
enabling them to make their services
worth nearly twice as much as with any
other house in tho country. Work all
the year. Apply quiclr, stating ago.
L. L MAY Sl CO.
Nursery, Florist and Seedman, St. Paul,
Minn. (This bouse is responsible.)
E. B. WARNER,
A full line of first-class funeral supplies
always ia stock.
NORTH PLATTE, - NEBBRSKA.
Telegraph orders promptly attended to.
By virtne of the laws of the State of Nebrnsk;
I hereby offer a reward of Fifty Dollars for the
capture and conviction of any person charged
with norse stealing in Lincoln county.
D. A. BAKER.
Restores faded, thin, and gray hair
to its original color, texture,-and
abundance ; prevents it from falling
out, checks tendency to baldness,
and promotes a new and vigorous
growth. A clean, safe, elegant, and
"Nine months after having the ty
phoid fever, my head was perfectly bald.
I was induced to try Ayer's Hair Vigor,
and before I had used half a bottle, the
hair hegan to grow. Two more bottles
brought out as good a head of hair as
ever I had. On my recommendaiion,
my brother Wjlliam Craig made use of
Ayer's Ilair Vigor with the same good
results." Stephen Craig, 832 Charlptte
St., Philadelphia, Pa. f1'
Ayer's Hair Vigor
Prepared liyPr.J.C. Aycr&Co.,LowclI,MtM.
Bold by Druggists Everywhere.
T I rPTAXT
President Cleveland Will Call Con
gress Together In September.
THE FINANCIAL PK0BLEM.
The People JKahorted to Study Up
Financiers Advised to Keep Cool In the
Meantime Treasury Statistics Ac
cepted His Heslgnatlon.
Of course the total of business
failures these.days is greater than it
was a year ago. In every financial
flurry large numbers of weak con
cerns go down, as is the case now.
In general, however, business is on
a sound basis, and is not affected' by
the monetary disturbance.
About $10,000,000 gold will be
brought to the United States by
European visitors to the Columbian
Fair, according to estimates made
by English financial papers. Amer
icans had been counting on some
thing much better than Ibis, , but
perhaps they were to sanguine. The
number of Europeans to be at
tracted to this country by the fair
has probably been largely overes
timated on this side, of the water.
Karl's Clover Root, the new Blood
Purifier, gives freshness and clearness to
the Complexion and cures Constipation.
25c, 50c. and 1.00. Sola by North Platte
An old justice of the peace from
Newburg visitpd New York the
other day to see how the Tammany
justice machine works, but found it
so dreary that he went to sleep and
was hned &3 tor snoring. In iSew
T" 1 1
lork everything is made to con
tribute to lammnnj", and when the
old justice of the peace had paid hisH
hne he wisely made tracks tor home
before he should be fined for living.
Sbiloh's Vitalizer is what you ne'd for
Dvspepsia, Torpid Liver, Yellow Skin or
Kidney Trouble. It is Guaranteed to irtve-
you satislaction. l'nco oc. bom DyJ
JNorth Platte Pharmacy.
BT -CHLORIDE 0E GOLD
Of Western Nebraska,
FOR THE TREATMENT AND CURE OF THE
LIQUOR, MORPHINE AND TOBACCO
A cure guaranteed or money refunded. Endorsed by the
U. S. Government. Will not injure the patient
either mentally or physically.
Rooms 1 and 9, Neville Block, North Platte, Nebraska.
J. A. McMichael.
J. C. Raynor.
Austin, McMichael & Raynor,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS.
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED
NOTICE FOR, PUBLICATION-
Land Office at North Platte. Neb. I
May 20, 1893. 1
Kniinp- ia hnrofiv rnvpil flint, tjio fnllnwin
named settler has fifed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and that
said proof will be made before HoRister and
Receiver nt North Platte. Neb., on July 8th
1S93. viz: Wilhelm Wendeborn. -who made II. E.
XI. 10 007 fr. tl,. oncf Vinlf nftk. innltlvul
V . ltl,i-i'l , ll'l 1 1 1 MIDI IJ1ML Ul. (ltd CUUl" ItLiJL
qanrter and the south .half of tho southeast quar
ter or. section z, twp. la, raneo 32 west, no
names the follomnir witnesses to prove his con
tinnons residence noon and cnltivation of said
land, viz: Frederick JJoehn, Christopher Haver-
land, Henry corues and Joscpa spies, all of
North I'latte. Kebr.
A. S. BALDWIN,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lnnd Office at North Platte. Xeb., )
Mav. 2Cth. f
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler hns filed notice of his intention lo-make
final proof in support of his claim, and that said
proof will bo made before Register nnd Receiver
at North Platte, Nob., on July 7, 1S93. viz:
Henry Knsss, who made H. E No. 14,376 for tho
northwest oanrter section 20. township 13 north.
ran co 32 west. He names the following
witnesses to prove his continnons residence
npon and cnltivation of said land, viz: John
Fro. of North Platte, Neb.; Jacob H. Fye, of
North Platte. Neb.: Robert D. Kueeshaw. of
Uershey.Aeb.; nnd Millard McKclups. of Her
In the matter of tho Estate of Christ Itemn. de
Notice is hereby civenlhatin rmrsnnncR of nn
order of William Neville, Judge of the District
Court of Lincoln county. Neb., made on the 27th
day of May, 1693, for tho sale of tho real estate
hereinafter described, there will be sold at the east
ironi door oi Uit) court house. In North Plnttn.
Nebraska, on the 24th day of Jane. 181)3, at one
o'clock p. m. of said day. at public vendnn rn thn
nignest Didder lor casn, subject to existing liens.
tho following described real estate to-wit: The
souiu nair or tne southwest quarter of section 32,
in township 13 north of ranee 29 west and the east
nan oi me soutnwest quarter and lots 4, S, 6 and 7,
in section 6. in townshin 12 north of rnn 2i nrnst
said lands being subject to one first mortgage of
$1200.00 given to the Lombard Investment Com
pany ana being subject to a second mortgage given
to said Company ntKn which two mortanoea th
is due and unpaid tho sum of $1270.00, also subject
to the taxes for the year 1890, 1891, 1892 and 1893.
Said sale will remain open one hour.
uaiea juny 2itn, 1893.
Administrator of tho estate of Christ Kerun. de
Taken up on tho 13th of May. 1893. on section 20.
town 14, range 82, in Lincoln county, Nebraska,
by the undersigned who there resides, one licht
bay gelding, four white feet, some white in face,
black mane and tail, weight about 800; no brand.
Tne owner can nave same by proving nrooertr
and paying expenses.
Dated May 18th, 1893. O. H. Sisson.
All Job Work Promptly, Neatly and Satisfactorily Executed.
r Shop on Front Street two doors west of McDonald's Bank.
JOS. F. FILLION,
Steam and Gas Fitting1. 9
Cesspool and Sewerage a Specialty. Copper and Galvanized Iron Cor
nice. Tin and Iron Roofings.
Estimates furnished. Repairing of all kinds receiye prompt attention.
c Locust Street, Between Fifth and Sixth,
By virtue of an order of sale. Issued by W. C.
Elder, clerk of the District court of Lincoln county,
Nebraska, upon decrees rendered by said court in
favor of S. G. Hubbard nnd aimlnst Melvln Wnn.1
and Lydia S. Wood, I have levied upon the fol
lowing described real estato as the property of
the said Melvin Wood and Lydia S. Wood, tc-wit-The
north half of the northwest quarter (N. i of
N. W. ?4) of Section Twenty-eight (28), Township
Nine (9), Range Thirty (30) west, of Sixth Princi
pal Meridian, in Lincoln countv, Nebraska, and I
will on the Sth day of July, 1S93, at one
o'clock p. m. of said day, at the east front door of
the court house of said county, in North Platte,
Nebraska, sell said real estate at public auction, to
the highest bidder, for cash, to satisfy said order
of sale, the amount due thereon in the aggregate
being the. sum of $63.50 and $19.53 costs and
probable inoreaso costs, with interests on said
Dated at North Platte, Neb., this 29th day of
215 D. A. BAKER, Sheriff.
FINEST SAMPLE E00M IN NORTH PLATTE
Having Tefitted our rooms in the finest of style, the. puhlic
vnmt-aW fn all ATlfl SPP 1113 insnnniT onnpanni! fniotmanf
Finest -Wine, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.
.Our billiard hall is supplied with the best make of tables
and competent attendants will supply all your wants.
KEITH'S ' BLOCK, OPPOSITE THE UNION PACIFIC DEPOT.
By virtue of an order of sale, issned by W. C
Elder, clerk of the district court of Lincoln county",
Nebraska, upon decrees rendered by said court in
favor of The Investors Company (a corporation)
and against Marion Pollock and Sarah Pollock
I have levied upon the following described real
S2?.te,.as , Property of the said Marion
Pollock and Sarah Pollock, to-wit: The northeast
quarter (N. E. ) of Section Thirty-two (32),
Township Ton (10) north, of Range Twenty-nine
(29) west, of the Sixth Principal Meridian, end I
will on Ihe 8th day of July, 1893, at one
o clock p. m. of said day, at the east front door of
the court house of said county, in North Platte,
Nebraska, 6ell said real estate at public auction, to
the highest bidder, for cash, to satisfy said order
Of Sale, the amount due thereon In thn acrtmnraln
being the sum of 150.80. and S33.73 rnst nnd
probable increase costs, with interest, on said
Dated at North Platte, Neb., this 29th day of
215 D. A. BAKER, Sheriff.
A coed woman tells a great truth
in the setiieiice: "If men intend to
cease all loverlike attentions to their
wives as soon as they are
then they ought never
those attentions." The
married life is on the part
men and women s
sentiment that made
during the da's of court-ship
Fifty cents is a small doctor bill,
but that is all it will cost you to
cure any ordinary case of rheuma
tism if 3'ou use Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. Try it and you will be
surprised at the prompt relief it
affords. The first application will
quiet the pain. 50 cent bottles for
sale by A. F. Sfcreitz, Druggist.
. "Washington, June The president
said in reply to a direct question that he
intended to call an extra session of con
gress not earlier than the first, nor later
than the loth of September, unless un
expected contingencies should necessi
tate an earlier meeting.
The president further said: "While
there has been no mystery nor secrecy in
regard to my intention in this matter, I
think it not amiss that our people should
be informed authoritatively that the
time is at hand when their representa
tives in congress will be called npon to
deal with a financial condition which is
the only menace, to the country's welfaro
and prosperity. It is well for the people
to take up the subject for themselves,
and arrive at their own conclusions as to
the merits of a financial policy which
obliges us to purchase idle silver bullion
with gold taken from our reserve. One
does not need the eye of a financier to
see that this gold thus subtracted from
the government stock is eargly seized by
other nations for tho purpose of strenght
ening their credit at our expense.
"It does not need the art of statesman
ship to detect the danger that awaits
upon the continuance of this operation.
Already the timidity of capital is pain
fully apparent, and none of us can fail
to see that fear .and apprehension in
monetary circles will ultimately hring
suffering to every humble home in our
"I think that, between now and the
meeting of congress much depends upon
the action of those engaged in financial
operations and business enterprises.
Our vast national resources and credit
are abundantly sufficient to justify them
in the utmost faith and confidence. If
instead of being frightened they are
conservative, and instead of anticipating
disaster thejr keep up their share of hope
and steadiness, they shall perform a
patriotic duty and at the same time
protect their own interest. The things
just now needed are coolness and calm
ness in financial circles, and study the
reflection among our people."
Washington, June G. The following
appointments were made Monday by
the president: J. P. Arthur, sanitary
inspector, marine hospital service for
duty at Laredo, Texas; Dr. S. Will
ard, sanitary inspector, Laredo, Texas;
u. a. uues 01 Texas, immigrant in
spector. Resignations P. J. McCabe of
Minnesota, immigrant inspector. Cap
tain J. F. Hassler of South Dakota, who
was the appointment clerk of the in
terior department under Mr. Cleveland's
former administration, has been reap
pointed clerk of the interior department,
vice E. M. Dawson, resigned.
Washington, June C The issue of
standard silver dollars from the mints
and treasury .during the week ended
June 3, 1803, was $385,9-19; for cor
responding period in 1892, $302, 900. The
shipment of fractional silver coin for the
month of May, 1893, was $780,708; for
the corresponding period, 1892, $94G,836.
The department Monday purchasod 550,
000 ounces of silver, as follows: 125,000
ounces at 8300; 100,000 at 8038; 225,
000 at 8310; 100,000. at 8308; 225,000
at 8310; 100,000 at 8312. Tho offers
were 1,292,000 ounces. The purchases
thus far this month amounttol,170,000.
DESTEBADOES AT WORK.
The Tcople's Bank at Uontonviii a,
Bentonville, Ark., June 6. The
People's bank was robbed Monday, at
2:30 p. m., by a gang of six desperadoes,
armed with Winchesters, who secured
over $10,000. After the robbery the rob
bers mounted their horses and started
west, closely followed by Sheriff Gal
fcraith and posse. Assistant Cashier
Jackson was shot m the head, back or
the right ear, and also in the left elbow.
The wounds are not serious, laylor
Stone, a farmer, procured a shotgun and
fired two shots at the robbers, but wa
immediately shot down, the ball passing
through his left groin, killing him. Tom
Baker, a farmer, was shot in the chin,
and returned the compliment, wounding
the robber. Another one was wounded
by Tom Woolscy, a drayman.
Missouri Changing- Its Conrsc.
East AransoN. Mo., June k. The
current of the Missouri river switched
to the Missouri side Sunday night and
has already done a great deal of damage.
It has cut behind three of tho govern
ment dykes and the fourth dyke is in
danger. The people of this place are
greatly alarmed. It is feared that the
river will cut through tho chain of lakes
which lie just east, and with the river
on the west, tins would prove disastrous
to all the property in the bottoms. Al
ready hundreds of dollars worth of valu
able farm lands in this immediate vicini
ty has been lost in the raging torrents.
The river is still rising.
Good Fruit Prospects.
Malvern, Ia., Juno 6. An interview
with W. K. Follett, tho veteran horti
culturist, elicits the information that the
prospects for small fruits, as raspberries,
blackberries, strawberries and grapes,
are better than for several years. The
apple prospects have been good until
within the last week, when a twig blight
was noticed, which threatens to cut the
crop short. Plums promise a fair crop.
Cherries will bo almost a total failure.
The Infanta of Spain and Her Suite
Arrive In the Windy Cit-.
ATTENDANCE AT THE FAIR.
The West Is a Better Fatron of the Expt
sition Than the Effete East Rail,
roads Beginning to Realize
That Kates Are Too High.
Chicago, June G. The Spanish prin
cess arrived here at 12:10 Tuesday after
noon. She was received by ex-Mayor
Washburn and Spanish Consul Taylor,
representing Mayor Harrison. After re
ceiving tho salntations of ex-Mayor
Washburn she was driven to her hote7,
the Palmer house. As the
V SALT RHEUM,
thesa ami vrary fcindreJ dSt?ac arkinz
from irapsro blood racceasfull treated by
that ncver-failins i best tf all toaicj and
rr Wi iw it if
Tritcd lsstii.or.ols kt.1 cn
KtS NO raUAL
cunra B ACK-ACKS
Milwaukccans to Have a Relay Race.
Milwaukee, Juno C The Milwaukee
bicyclists are arranging a relay race to
take place between Fond du Lac and
this city, between June 20 and 30. The
plan is to have 14 Milwaukee riders and
the same number of Fond du Lac riders
take part. It is believed the distance of
72 miles can be covered in loss than five
hours. The riders for the Milwaukee
end havo'not yet been selected.
JTeinorial Services For a JJead Student.
Fort Atkinson, Wis., June C. Me
morial services were held in the Metho
dis Episcopal church for Walter B.
Strong, the university student who was
drowned at Madison two weeks ago.
This was his former home. The univer
sity was represented by 12 of his class
mates, and there was a large attendance.
The bodv has not been recovered.
Preaching In a Lcndrille Dance House.
Leadville, Colo., June 6. Dr. Chap
man, the revivalist, who has been
holding meetings here, was tend
ered the use of Loeb's dance hall and
variety theater, where he delivered a
Stirling address to over 2,000 of the hab-
EULALIE ARMVIXO AT HER HOTEL.
taining the infanta wheeled into Michi
gan avenue she was greeted by a saluto
from a battery stationed on the lake
Thousands lined the route and kept
up a rattling volley of cheers as the
princess' carriage passed, to which her
royal highness kept constantly bowing
with much graciousness.
The Loyal West.
CincAGO, June 6. According to tho
registers found in nearly every state
building western people are coming to
the World's fair in much greater num
bers, as a general thinir, than those liv
ing in older eastern r -nunonwealths.
The result of an investigation shows the
following number of people registered at
the different state buildings: Mon n,
3,000; Nebraska, 2,r00; Minnesota, 2,000;
Virginia, 2,400; Connecticut, .2 030;
Maryland, 1,500; West Virginia, 1,300;
Kansas, 1,000; Maine, 1,200; New Jersey,
1,200; New Mexico, 50; Arizona, 300;
Utah, 300; Idaho, 2.10; Delaware, 390;
Rhode.Island, 800: New Hampshire, 400; I
Vermont, 900; m Massachusetts, 2.400:,
New York, 2,100; Missouri. 1,8.10; Ohio,
3,000; Washington. 1,000; Wisconsin,
3,000; North Dakota, 400 Pennsylvania,
4,000; Michigan, 9,000.
COMING TO TI1EIK SENSES.
itues of State
street. The bar
were closed dnrinj
Chase and Vwiggiiis to be Indicted.
Indianapolis, June G. Private ad
vices from in the Howard county grand
jury room are to the effect that indict
ments will bo returned against Ex-Governor
Ira J. Chase, Zimri Dwiggins,
John W. Paris and S. L. Walden for
their connection with tho Greentown
Austrian Training Ship In New York.
New York, June G. The Austrian
training ship Frundsburg, which sailed
from Philadelphia five days ago, arrived
here. She will remain hero about 24
days, and the stndents will be taken in
detachments to visit the World's fair.
Kali roads Beginning to Bealize That Fair
Kates Are Too High.
UiiiCAGO, June o. The opinion is
steadily gaining ground among railroad
men that they have put their World's
fair .rates too high, and unless thev
lower them will stand a chance of losing
money. Letters by the hundred are
pouring in upon them on this snlvject,
and it looks likely that- there -will be
a change before long. The
meeting of the Western Passenger asso
ciation was harmonious, and the adop
tion of the agreement will probably be
settled if the terms of the Atcliisou are
agreed to. It wants the Colorado roads
to come into the association and to.stop
payment of commissions on Pacific coast
business. A plan for cheap excursions
to tho World's fair, and a definite ar
rangement for the redemption of tickets
is now being considered.
nirrrn PAIN IN TH SACK
Iflfcnation ef the u'sddrr cr Nca-Iiet;ni:on cf UHnj, u:e
Sold by A. F. Streitz.
This Precious Ointment is the
triumph of Scientific Medicine.
Nothing has ever been produced to
equal or compare with it as a curative
and healing application. It has been
used 40 years and always affords relief
and always gives satisfaction.
Cures Piles or Hemorrhoids External
or Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itching and
Burning; Cracks or Fissures; FistuIainAno;
Worms of the Rectum. The relief is imme
diatethe cure certain.
WITCH HAZEL OIL
Cures Burns, Scalds and Ulceration and
Contraction from Burns. Therelief isinstant.
Cures Boils, Hot Tumors, Ulcers, Fis
tulas, Old Sores, Itching Eruptions, Scurfy
or Scald Head. It is infallible.
Cures Inflamed or Caked Breasts and
Sore Nipples. It is invaluable.
Price, 50 Cents. Trial size, gc. Cents.
6oId by Dnifgbti, or tent poatT'l on rclpt of prie.
HUaPIIRETS' HEB.CO., ill A 11S WlUUa St., JIW THL
THE PILE OINTMENT
If Your Cistern
Is Out of Order
or Soft Water is scarce,
don't worry yourself for a moment
go right ahead and use hard water with
ittH ty ;r-? L
The democrats pretend to be con
fident of carrying Iowa this year,
but in reality their chances in this
direction are almost as poor as they
are in Ohio. There will be no
monkeying with prohibition on the
part of the Iowa republicans, and
consequently they will present a
solid front to their foes. Under
such conditions thev can nlwarsi
carrv their stata bv from 12,000 to
20,000 or 25,000. "
Ballard's Snow Liniment.
This wonderful Liniment is known
from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and from
the Lakes to the Gulf. It is the,. most.
penetrating Liniment in the v(rld. It
will cure Rheumatism. Neuralnia. Cuts.
Sprains, Bniisrs. Wounds, Old Sores,
Burns, Sciatica, Sore Throat, Sore Che.;t,
una all intlaminalton, altpr all others
have failed. It will cure Barbed Wire
Cuts, and heal all wounds where nroud
llesh has set in. It is equally efficient
for animals. Try it and vou will not be
without it. Price 50 cents. Sold by A.
Discharged tho Hug Inspectors.
Washington, June fi. Secretary Car
lisle has dispensed with the services of 18
inspectors of rags stationed at ports in
Europe, and directed that the work he
performed hy United States consuls and
United States marine hospital officers
stationed at the several ports.
Accepted His Itcsigeation.
Washington, Juno 6. The state de
partment cabled its acceptance of the
resignation of Rowland B. Mahany, min
ister to Ecuador, and instructed him to
turn over the legation archives to tho
United States consul.
Met Death hy Lightning,
Frankfort, Ky., June 6. At Switzer
Sunday night, Farmer James Redding,
Alexander Barbour and Mrs. John Ly
man were instantly killed by lightning
wlnie standing on a porcli at Keuuing s
house. Mrs. Redding was fatally
Laid law Wants $50,000.
New York, June G. The suit of Wil
liam R. Laidlaw against Russell Sage to
recover ?o0,000 for damages snstained in
Sage's office by the bomb thrown by
Norcross, was begun in the supremo
The Arkansas Democrat savs:
"It mav he said with safctv that
nearly half the pensioners of the
present day are nothing less than
robbers. Thev are vandals
who live off the govern ine'nt
h rough frauds and fraudulent rep
resentations they have been able to
make. Hoke it up. Go right in.
and don't be mealty-mouthcd.
Ballard's Snow Liniment. "
Mrs. Hamilton Cambridge, Ills, says:
had the rheumatism so bad I could not
raise my iroua to my -Iiend. Balaud-,
C?.n T ...... . 1 . .
oisvw UI.M.UEM nns emireiv nurea mp.
take pleasure in iuformiusr mv neigh
bors and fneuds what it has" done for m
Ivewanee. ill., advises us Snow LrsurrcNT
cured him of Rheumatism. Why not trv
It will surely do vou irood. Tt onrps
all Inhumation. Wounds, "Cuts, Spraius
etc. For salo bv A. F. Streitz.
Cut In Pieces by the Cars.
Creston, Ia., June 0. Conductor D.
D. Smith, a Burlington conductor, met a
frightful death Monday morning. While
going from tho ono car to an
other fell between the cars and was cut
to pieces. His home is at Ottumwa,
where he has a family.
Will Not Come to Nebraska.
, Chicago, June C Mgr. Satolli left
for South Bend, Ind. He will remain
there two days and thenceproceed direct
to Washington. It is stated he has no
intention of visiting Omaha and Lincoln,
as has been reported.
Ohio Town Treasurer Skips Out.
Lima, O., June C John C. Mining,
town treasurer of Fort Jennings, has
disappeared with $5,000 cash and an ad
ditional shortage of $10,000. He left his
family, who profess not to know his
Almost Murdered by Highbinders.
Spokane, Wash., June C Chinese
highbinders attacked Frang Wong and
Charley Lum, agents of the Chinese Sue
companies, in an alley here and nearly
" Physicians at Milwaukee.
Milwaukee, June 6. The initatbry
exercises of the trrand assemblage of
Handley, clerk for Lay and Lyman, .physicians began. The meeting proved a
very interesting and instructive one.
Honduras Kevolution Ended.
' New Orleans, Juno 6. The Break
water arrived from Honduras bringing
tne news that the revolution is at an
end, that everything is quiet.
Taken up on the 18th day of May 1893,
on section 22, town 13, range 30, Lincoln
county, Nebraska, by the undersigned
who there resides, one bay mare marked
, left hind foot white, scar on left
shoulder, about ten years old, weight
The owner can have the same bv
proving property and paying charges.
Dated May 17,1893.
Tariff laws are not passed until
nine or ten months after the meet
ing of the congress which does, the
passing. 1 his has. been the recent
experience. It congress this year
does not meet ..until December the
the tariff revision bill will hardlv
reach the president until September
of next year, or only about two
months before the congressional
election. Under such conditions.
if many changes are made iu the
law. the democrats can hardly es
cape defeat in the canvass for con
Are you insured? If not, now
is the time to provide yourself -and
family with a bottle of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy as an insurance against any
serious results from an attack of
bowel complaint during the summer
mouths, It is almost certain to bp
needed and should be procured at
once. No other remedy can take
its place or do its work. 25 and 50.
cent bottles for sale by A. Jr. Streit
New York Sweltering.
New York, June G. New York was
visited by a hot spell Monday, and there
was much snffering in consequence. It
was the hottest day of the year, the ther
mometer registering 94 degress at 2 p. m.
Acquitted of a Murder Charge.
Jackson, Miss., June 6. Joel John
son and E. S. Drummond were acquitted
by a jurj at Canton of the charge of
murdering Joe Kansler near here, a few
For a Nine Hour Day.
Whiting, Ind., June C Two hun
dred men, mechanics of the Standard
Oil company of this place struck Mon
day for nine hours a day and ton hours
School Hoy Qomniits Suicide.
McCook, Neb., Juno 0. William
Rozelle, the 14-year-old son of William
Rozelle, a farmer living north of this
city, committed suicide by hanging.
Turkey Has tho Cholera.
Constantinople, June 6. Reports
from several cities of Asiatic Turkey say
tnat tne cuoiera lias appeared in many
districts and is spreading rapidly.
Travelers at Peoria.
Peoria, 111., June 0. Tho national
convention of tho Travelers Protective
association met in- this city and will con
tinue in session four days.
Spokane Dank Suspends.
Spokane, Wash., JnneG The bank of
Spokane Falls, capital, $100,000; surplusi.
Enjoined the Funeral.
Sioux City, June G. An extraordinary
scene occurred at the railroad station
here, when tho body of W. H. Living
ston arrived from Chicago. An injunc
tion was served on behalf of the first
wife of Livingston, from whom he had
been divorced, forbidding the second
wife from having anything to do with
the remains, and giving their custody to
the first wife. The second wife was
with Livingston during his sickness, and
at his death bronght the remains from
Chicago. The body was taken by tho
sheriff from the second wife and deliv
ered over to tho first wife. The former
protests vehemently, and it is said will
attempt to recover tho remains by
t IKTrLK nARItlS' BOOK.
and you'll never know the difference.
. The clothes vili be just as white,
dean and sweet-smelling-, because the
"White Russian" is specially adapted
for use in hard water.
JAS. S. KIRK & CO., Chicago.
Dnsky Diamond Tar Soap.?
Cares Consumption, Coughs, Croup, Saro
Throat. So'd by all l)rucj:its on a Ginranlcr.
For a Lans Side, Bark crChet ShiJoh's Porcua
Plaster will give jriat farisfsctioa. 35 cents.
Mrs. T. S. H3TTkfo3, Cbatt.mooBn. Tcnn.. says:
"Sliiloh's Vitalizer" SAVED MY TAPE.' I
enntider it thebcal remedy for a debililcUfdfstrm
I ezcr tuetJ." 'For Dyspepsia. Liver or Ki-ney
trouble it excel3. Price 5 cm.
His Mother Announces That She Is Now
Kradr to Kcceivc Subscriptions For It.
New York, June G. The mother of
Carlyle tW. Harris, at present at
Nbrthfield, Mass., has published a letter
stating that the book written by her son
before he was executed by electricity
is in tho hands of the printers, and she is
prepared to receive subscriptions. She
will be glad to receive subscriptions, she
says, not so much for the money, but as
an evidence of the faith of the sub
scribers in her son's innocence.
She says she has not exposed all the in
iquity of the district attorney's office in
this cit-, because she is not able to risk
a suit for libel. She declares that sev
eral of the witnesses for the prosecution
in the trial of Carlyle Harris should be
tried for perjury. She asserts that she
leaves "District Attorney Nicoll, Well-
man, Dilworth Choate, Recorder Smythe
and Governor Flower to the justice of an
Have vou Catarrh ? TTrthislteniedy. Itwill
relievo and Cure you. Price 50 ds. Thla In
jector for itssupcessful treatment i' furnished
free. ShUoh's Remedies are Gold by us on a
guarantee to givo satisfaction. .
Fine Boot and Shoe Maker,
And Bcclcr la
MEN'S LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Pcifcct Fit, Rest Work and Goods
Represented or Money Refunded.
SEIZED A BEKIt WAGON
REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE.
An Ax From Gladstone.
London, June G. At the request of
the Timber Trades association of the
United States, sent through Frank F.
Shurlick of Marietta, O., Henry White,
charge 'daffaires, has obtained from Mr.
Gladstone as a gift and has forwarded to
America one of the axes used bv the
premier in felling trees at Hawarden
castle. Tho ax is to be exhibited in the
forestry-department of the World's fair.
Wagon Factory Burned.
St. Louis, June 6. Fire destroyed the
Schelp wagon and carriage factory and
contents. Loss, 75,000. Origin un
known. The Strike or the Walters.
Kansas City, June 6. The striking
waiters and the restaurant proprietors
have apparently settled down for a long
Pender Mills Burned.
"(Pender, Neb., June 6. The Logan
Valley Roller mills burned. Loss, 12,
000; insurance; 9,000.
Topeka, June G. Rainmaker Jewell
erased the heaviest downpour known in
Hacsas for a veax.
' The Imports of Corn Jnto Jle.xico.
San Antonio, Tex., June G. General
Warren T. Sutton, consul general of the
TJ ited States for northern Mexico, has
just completed his reports, showing that
the importation of corn into Mexico dur
ing the 11 mohtlis ending Feb. 28, 1893,
was 303,000,000 pounds, valued at
$67,000. General Sutton states that but
for the nearness of the United States,
and the unlimited supply, thousands of
the poor of Mexico must have died for
lack of food. As it was, there was much
severe suffering, and the effect will be
felt for years.
Wheat In the Northwest.
Minneapolis, June 6. The North
western Miller reports the stock of
wheat in private elevators of Minneap
olis at ,070,000 bushels, an increase for
tho week of 11, 000" bushels. The aggre
gate stock of Minneapolis, Dnluth and
Superior as 23,847,830 bushels, or 88,932
bushels less than last Monday. A year
ago tho stock was 12,420,000 bushels."
Tho Driver, Team and the Kegs of Beer
AH Locked Up.
Kansas Citv, June G. Fritz Engle,
driver of one of tho Anheuser-Bush
Brewing company's wagons, went over
to Kansas City, Kas., with a big load of
beer, and Deputy Sheriff Cummings
mounted the wagon and drove it to tho
county jail. Engle was locked up, the
horses put in the sheriffs barn and the
kegs of beer rolled into the jail, Deputy
County Attorney Holt claims a beer
wagon and its contents can be held and
confiscated by order of the court the
same as a stock of liquors and the fix
tures of a saloon. This is the first action
of this kind taken, and tho prosecutor
announces that it will be followed by the
arrest of drivers and seizure of other
Another Chinese Scheme.
Washington June G. It has been
discovered by the treasury department
that the Chinese in many instances have
'been using affidavits of authentication
which, under the law, are given Chinese
merchants who desire temporarily to
leave this country for Illegitimate pur
poses. The consul at Hong Kong, to
whom some of them were submitted,
discovered that the persons having them
had never been in this country.. These
papers were issued at Boston, and the
collector at that port was instructed to
discontinue the practice.
NORTH PLATTE, NEBIiASKA
Tho Greatest on
Sea and Land
W. S. KSITH. Arrent, North Piatt, or
Majestic Mfr, Co.. St. Louis.
St. Louis, June 6. An electric car
ran into a wagonload of picnickers. Sev
eral were injured.
H. S. KEITH, Agent.
Chamberlain's Eye and Skin
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Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Old
Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema,.
Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples;
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lmrawlin the Third ward.
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