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ffOEIH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, MIDil EVENING, FEBRUAEI 26, 1897. . .21. 1 J"' 1 Horses at Auction One Iron Gray Norman Stallion and 7 head of work and stock horses will be sold without reserve on Sataiay, March 1, '97, at the Patterson stable in North Platte. Terms of Sale Ten per cent discount for cash, or nine months .time will be given on good security bankable paper. H. OTTEN. r Claude Weiipi, DEALER IX Ooai Oil, Gasoline, -f Cas Tar, And Crude Petroleum, r Leave orders at office in Eroeker's tailor shop. GEO. NAU MAN'S SIXTH STBEET MEAT MARKET. Meats at wholesale and re tail. Msh and Game in season. Sausage at all times. Casli paid for Hides. F. J. BEOEKEE, Merchant Tailor A well assprted stock of fpreign and dprnestic piece gppds in 'stPQk from which to select. FeHect TiU how Prices. SPRUCE STREET- U. P. TIME TABLE; DOING E.VST CENTER. Vo- 2 Fast Mail S:45 l m. Xo. 4 Atlantic Express ll'O p. m. , 'o. 2S Freight '0 a. m. GOING WEST MOUNT-UN TIME. So. 1 Limited 3r55 p. m. No. 3 -Fast Mail 110 p.m. No.23 Freight '-35 a. m. No. 19 Freight 10 P- m N. B. Olds. Agent. W XLCOX & HAXxUGAN", ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, .OKTH PLATTE, - - NEBBASKA Offlce over North Platte National Bank. n R. N. F. DONAIiDSOI, AHistastSaryeon Union Pac-flc Bp- ' aac XezzbfT ox engon PBTHPCXE. - - SEBBASKA. fjpt QT9F Streitz'g Urug Sr0"- g"B.N0BTl5rIJPJ BiHTJSTi "Room Xo, S, Qttenstein Bailding, y QPyTS PLATTE, NEB,. jPBENCH & BALDWIN, ATTORIfEYB-AT-LAW, 2TORTH PLATTE, - - 2TEEHASKA, Office over N. P. Ntl. Bank. rp a PATTERSON, jnTOHNEY-TTT-LJav:. Office First National Bank Bldgn NRTH PLATTE, NEB. ' rpRBES AND PLANTS, I A "fall line Fpctt Tbee of Best L Vabieths at Hard Ttsies Prices. Small fruits in great supply. Mil lions of Strawberry Plants, very thrifty and well rooted. Get THE BEST near home and save freight or express, bend for price-list to NORTH BEND NUR SERIES, North Bend, Bodge Coeb. ITayinff refitteel our roorgs in is inyiiea iq cu gaspe tj im-u vm h-v t4-. Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar. Our billi&ra hall is snpplied with the best make of tables xad competent attendants will supply all your wants. KEITH'S BLOCK, OPPOSITE xflE UNION PACIFIC DEPOT "oinr out of the drnr business. Now is the Time to Buy. Look at these prices: 31 bottle Sarsaparflla and Iodide Potash - 6oc SI bottle Blood Purifier 65c $1 bottle Indian Sagwa 85c SI bottle Scott's Emulsion S5c SI bottle De Witt's Stomach Bitters. .35c SI bottle Iron Bitters S5c SI bottle Pierce's Fav. Prescription.. 90c SI bottle Paine's Celery Compound.. 90c SI bottle Shiloh's Consumption Cure.SOc 50c bot. Shflch's Consumption Cure. .-40c 50c bot Ballard's Horehoumi Syrup. 45c ioc bottle Shiloh's Vitalizer COc LEWIS E. MYERS, Corner Sixth &VineSts. Legal Notices. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION" Land Office at North Platte. Xeb. . January 16th. ISBT. Notice is hereby ctvea that the following-named settler has filed notice of hi intention to make b&1 proof in support of his claim, and that said proof 1U fee made before Besdster aad HeceiTer at 2forth Platte, Neb., on Pebraary 27, 1837, viz: LAFAYETTE BO EEC Oil, who made Homestead Entry l.SiO, for the west half of the wath -west quarter section 8 and north west quarter section li. township li, north ranee 'JO. He names the foBowins witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and caltivation of. said land, viz: Albert P. Main. George 3L Brooks, Dennis Brothers, and Silas Clothier, all of Xesbit, Neb. JOHN F. HEfllAN, 5-16. Eeirister. NOTICE. TJ. S. land Office, Nortk Katie, Neb., January 1.-th K8T. ' Complaint having been entered at this office by Henreitta D. Neary asaiast James En cm for abandoning his Homestead Entry No. IGKJj, tinted May 3d. ISU2, upon tte south east tnmrter section 23, township W north, range 31 west, in Xincoln ounty. Nebraska, with a view to the cancellation of said entry, the said parties are hereby sum moned to appear at North Platte. Neb before Besister and Beceiver on the 2th day of February, 1SB7, at 9 Aetock a. m.. to respbed and furnish testimony concerrtiag aid alleged abandonment. JOHNF. IHN3IAN, 11-U. Begister. PBOBATE NOTICE, fcf THE 21&TTXB OF THB ESTATE I of Eiledehise N . Bice, DECEASE?. In the Onunty Oonrt ef Lincoln kj at T. Nebraska. January a3th.li'J7. Notice is hereby given, that the ereditsrs of said deceased will meet the Executors ef said estate, before the County Judge of Lincoln county, Ne braska, at the county court room, in said county. on the 2fRh day of May, I?, oa the 2Blh day of ane. 1-1)7. and on me Sith. day of July. 1STT. at one o'clock p. m. each day, for the purpose of pre dentins their claims for examination, adjustment rzd allowance. Six months are allowed for oreditors to present their claims, and one year for the Exeestors to settle said estate, from the 2Hh day of Janaary. K97. This notice wrU be published is Thz T&nnrsx, a legal newspaper priated in said eonnty. for four weeks successively, jn and after January JSth, 1S0T. JAilES 3L BAT. County Judge. NOTICE OF SALE. In the matter of the estate of Mordiea C. Fum Lh. deceased, notice is hereby given that in pur uance of an order of HT. 11. Grimes. Jadge of the District Coart of Lincoln coanty, Nebraska, made onth 30fh dy of December. KOS. for the sale of the real estate hereinafter described, there will be -old at the est front doer of the Ooart-hoase. in North Pta?te. Nebraska, on the 1st day of March. at one :chck p. m. of said day, at pobHc vendae to the highest bidder, for cash, the fidtow tag described renl e.ite. towitr The Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Qaarter and the North w t Quarter of Ihe Southwest Quarter i Being lot? j-. nj 3 an, the Bast half of the Southwest Qna.-ter.- i ja Section la. Township 8, North of KangeS 'u. tjtijd safe will remsia open one hocr. Dated Febtna- abi2aIL E. FTBNISH, administratrix of the estate Mordica C . Furaish, deceased. la-Zvr. fT. C, Patterson, Attorqej". LEGAL NOTICE, Harry C. Lord. Fannie it- Lord, T. J. LordJIrs. T. J Lord, his wfe. John Hotfner,defeadants, will take notice that on Ihe 3d day of February. 19", Henry L. Bliss, ptairmn: herein, filed his petition in the district c.iurt of Lincoln county, Nebraska, against said defendants, the abject and prayer of which, are to fored fse a certain mortgage execu ted by Harry C Lord and Fannie 3L Lord, his wife, to The McKinley-Lanning Loan 4; Trust Company upon the east half of the Northwest quarter and Lota one and two of Seotlon 30, Town ship fourteen. Banco thirty three West, in Lincoln County. NebnL-kn. to secttre the payment of a cer tain coupon, bond dated Aoxrasi 1st, 1MW, for the sum of Jfi0.DG, and due and parable in live years from the date thereof. Sidd mortgage and the debt secured thereby were duly assigned to plain tiff in the usual coarse of business aid before ma turity, that there is sow due upon said notes and mortgage the sum of f44H.6fl with interest at ten per cent from August 1st, 1686. for whieh plaintiff prays for a decree that defendants be required to pay the same, or that said premises may be sold to satisfy the amount found due. You 3re required to answer said petition on or before the 15th day of March, lfl7. Bated February lad. ISBT. HENRY L. BLISS. Plaintiff. By'THOS. CrPAXTiJisoy, 15-4. T ' ' " Attorney, "T. C-Talferson, A'f toraej-. 3 ORDER OF HEARING. State of Nebraska, Lincoln county, sa. ft a County Court, held at the County Court Boom, ia and fox said county. February Elta, l!?97. Present. James IT. Bay. County Judge. Ia the natter of ihe Estate of Eleanor A. Clark deceased.' Qa reading and filing the petition of Charles Yau Brunt and Edward S. Grew, praying the issue of Letters Testamentary to them in said Estate upon the certified cop? of the will oi sajd de ceased and the proof of probate thereof as certi- fled by tpe iTOBare txjursoiiBe jjistnctoLx-oourei. n the State of eoonaoticut, which certified copy and proof are filed in the County Court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, the day aforesaid; Ordered, that Match 6th, 1-07, at 1 o'clock p. m, Is assigned for hearing said petition, when all persons interested is said matter may appear at a Conntv Court to be held in and for said county. and show cause why the prayer of petitioner sltoukl not be granted; and that nonce of the n.ndencT of said eetirioti and the hearing thereof. be gi Ten t all persons interested in said matter by publishing a copy or wis oraer in. jlhe isi BtrsK, a legal semi-weekly newspaper printed In said cormtv. fer three successive weeks, prior to said day of heariaff. . SMOKEKS In. search of a srood cigai -will always find it at J. F. Scirmalzried's- Try them and judge. the nest o.f style, tip pubjip As I am "RTUBLTCATT CLTT C05TESTI05' The republican city convention is hereby called to meet at the court house in North Platte at 2 p. m Saturday, March 6th. for the pur pose of placing in nomination candidates for the following ofii- cers, to-wit: Mayor, Clerk, Treas urer, Police Judge, Engineer, and three members of the Board of Ed ucation. The three wards of the city are entitled to representatation as fol lows, the basis being one delegate for each fifteen votes, or major frac tion thereof, cast for the McKinley electors in November, 1S96: First ward 5, Second ward 12, Third ward 5. Dated Feb y 25th, 1S97. Geo. E- French, Chairman. S. W. Finn, Com. 1st ward. W. T. Wilcox, Com. 2d ward. R. A. McMhrray, Com. 3d wd. CALL TOE SEPTTBLICAH PEXEABXES. The republican voters of the city of North Platte are called to meet at the hose houses in the different wards on Tuesday evening, March 2. 1897, at eight o'clock for the pur pose of nominating one councilman for the First ward, two councilmen for the Second ward, one council man for the Third ward; and also to elect delegates to attend the Re publican city convention to be held March 6th; the basis being one delegate for each fifteen votes or major fraction thereof cast for the McKinley electors. The several wards are entitled to representation as follows; First ward 5 Second ward 12 Third ward , 5 Dated Feb'y 25, 1897. Geo- E French, Chairman. G. W. Finn, Com. 1st ward. W. T. Wilcox, Com. 2d ward. R. A. McMurray, Com. 3d ward. SEWS IE0M THE J , COUHTET PB5QIHQT3. - . . . BLASTS FBECTriCT A two inch fall of the"heautifuTT was a Sunday visitor to the farm ers of this vicinity. W. A. Van Tilborg is visiting friends and looking after his claim. He made final proof Saturday and is new in the proud possession of 160 acres of TJncIe Sam's land. J. F. Carry, of Brady, has been visiting his brother for a few days. Miss May Cooper, teacher in dis trict No. 108, visited in North Platte Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Robison left last week for a two months visit in Colorado and Utah. John Palmer of Moorefield has been shelling corn in this neighbor hood the past week. Our genial school teacher Robert Somers leaves this week for Wyom ing where he will enjraire in teach ing for the coming season. The best wishes of his many friends go with him. His brother William will finish his school in this district. A Mr. Herman from Harlan county is visiting with Mr. Roberts and looking over "the country. " A. X. S035EESET SNAP SHOTS. A nice fall of snow here again Sunday. J. 1$. Inawles and. wife were North, Platte visitors Friday. A. Kunkle and John McQoqnel will each ship a car of cattle Wed-, nestjaj. Rev. Trabus of May wood preached at Little Medicine last Sunday night Misses Allie Heed, and Jennie Latimer were Wellfieet passengers Saturday. G. W. Rhodes purchased a house of Andrew Siruth and moed to this station Thursday and will occupy the the same soon. Mr. and. Mrs. A. Qreen gaye a party Saturday n?ght in honor of their son Arthur's birthday. A very enjoyable time is reported by those present. The Somerset school joined with the Little Medicine school Monday night in services in honor to Wash ington's birthdavand an interesting programme was presented. p.LC. 3EASWELL 3T0TES. Miss. Bearf Sjijder visited her parents the past weel. Arth,SF MaYlett spent a few days n Isorth PJatte the past week. Miss Ellen McCuIlough was a Nforth Platte visitor Friday and Saturday of last week. Mrs. Samuel Smith spent Friday ia North Platte. Miss Blanche Widmeyer was obliged to close her school and go to her home in North Platte on ac count of sickness. She has re turned and is better now. Report says Henry Appleford is improving and is now able to be about on crutches. Chas. Nute, of Willard. delivered corn to W. H. and A. W. Plumer this week. Frank Nugent is in town taking his father's place in the store. Miss Mamie Nugent visited her father in town the past week. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Colcord, Gor don and Jessste Jewett arrived from Herkimer, N. Y., last Friday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. C. left Mon day for their new home at Walla Walla Wash. Gordon and Jessie will remain in town for some time as the guests of old friends. Mr. William Beaty of Brady Island was in town on business Tuesday. Mrs. Holcomb and daughter Salina were in town Saturday. On Saturday, Feb'y 20th, James McCuIlough and Miss Anna Snyder were married in North Platte at St. Patrick's church. Rev. Father Mc Carthy officiating. Only the near relatives and a few friends were present. Both of the contracting parties have been residents of Max well for years and are held in high esteem by everyone. The groom has built a very commodious resi dence on McCulIough's Island. The best wishes -of their friends go with them in their new home life. OBmTASY. Martha Lavancia Kimball was born in Bozrah, Conn.. Sept. 23d, ISIS. Married to Dearborn Math ewson March 24th, 1840. Moved to Illinois in the spring of .1855. She united with the M. E. church Feb. 20th, 1870, and lived a consistent christian life up to her death. She came to Brady Island some three years ago to spend the re mainder of her life with her two sons and one daughter. A- W. Mathewson, Q. D. Mathewsan and Mrs. M. H. Eavey 5he fell asleep . in Jesus at the home of her son, A. W. Mathewson, Feb. ISth, 1S97. Her remains were taken by her son G. D. Mathewson to Central City, Iowa, for burial by the side of her husband, who preceeded her some twelve years ago. Her funeral ser vices were attended by the writer, Rev. J. H. Derryberry, pastor M. E. church of Bradv Island, Neb. STATE HEWS. The West Point Republican be lieves that horses will soon be in demand at old-time prices. Bert Willard of Alexandria had his hand completely torn off in one of those new tangled corn shelters. Ninety per cent of the people in Franklin county, the Sentinel says, are using corn for fuel. It is hot stuff. A woman at Schuyler has been found guilty of shop-lifting. She is not rich enough to plead "klept omania." A Norfolk merchant sent a car containing six thousand dressed chickens and ducks, to a customer in California. Jack Davis, the B. M. agent at Bloomington, is buying teq or fif-s teen thousand bushels of corn as a speculation. Bigspring Land & Cattle Com pany in this issue offers from 800 to 1,5.00 acres of land for rent, all of which is under the Alfalfa ditch. They will furnish water and seed and request that the greater portion of the crop be flax. Flax under the same conditions last year yielded as high as forty-three hush els per acre, and averaged about thirty. The sqpplv of flax in the United States is low and with the prospects of a high tariff, which was removed by the Wilson bill, $t is thought the price, will not be be- lp.W; SI per bushel at Qtnaha. Oga alla NwSt POWDER Absolutely Pure. Ce'ebrated f ir its ereat leavening: strenstik and nealtnfclness. Assures the food &isst alum and all forms of dnlteratioa common. to tne cneap Dranas. lioxAL Bakxs c Powder. Co., New tubs RQYAl Hi MAKING t EVENTS Ifi flEBfiSKS, A division of the Salvation army has opened head4narters at York. The second Papillion wolf hunt was a repetition ot tne nrst one. Not a wolf was captured. Hebron republicans will hold an election March 4 to decide whom they want for postmaster. Reports from all over the state indicate that an increased acreage of wheat will be put in this year. Prof. Loux of the Craig schools has resigned on account of ill health and will seek a m,ilder climate. The Catholics of Ponca have se cured a place in which to hold ser vices until their new church is fin ished. The Washington County Agri cultural society is already laying its plans for an exhibit at the state fair next fall, The urchins of Columbus digged themselves a capacious cave, where they rendevoused and played rob ber. The police raided the place a few days ago and caved it in. It had become the lodging place of real robbers and had to be annihi lated. Chaplain Nave has presented to the Wesleyan university, Lincoln, all the rights, privileges and bene fits accruing on. the sale of his "Bible Index," by which the man agement hopes to realize a goodly sum for the maintainance of the colleire. Norfolk has a gang of shoplifters that have been 'doing a thriving business for sometime until finally the officers believe they have located the thieves and have searched two places and found all kinds of goods. They have arrested some of the parties in whose homes goods were found William Gempshorn of Xincoln quarreled with his wife and she quarreled with him and he took strychnine, and a physician, in order to preserve the strychnine; pumped it all ont and the fellow recovered. The doctor killed two birds with one stone, fisnrativelv speaking" only. WHERE TTTr. CE COME EEOX. The President still has the immi gration bill before him for his sig nature or veto. Its fate, so far as concerns the Fifty-Fourth Con fess, is in his hands. It could not command the two thirds majority necessary to its passage over his head. But it does not follow that its ultimate fate is dependent upon his approval or disapproval. On the contrary, there is a reasonable certainty that it could commmand repassage in the Fifty-Fifth Con gress, and that in such an event President McKinlev would sign it. The bill is clearly in the line of one of the pledges made bv the republi can party in the St. Louis platform. Ia view of the assurance that this congress or the next will com plete this legislation it is worth while pending the uncertainty of Mr. Cleveland's course, to inquire into the effect of the measure. The effect would be inconsider able except in the case of three countries of Europe, Italy, Russia, and Austria-Hungary. At least those are the countries from which the great bulk of our illiteracy over 14 years of age came during the fiscal vear. The figures by nation alities have been summarised as follows: Out ofj 67,515 over 14 years of age coming ;trom Italy during the ast fiscal year. 31,274 could neither read or write; out of 57,053 from Austria-Hungary, 2o,773; out of 35, 19S from Russia proper.12,815. Out of 25,334 from Germany ovee 14 years of age all but 750 could both read and write, out ot 7,S1S from 2orwav, all but 93; out of 18.S24 from Sweden, all 37,4 from Ireland, all but 2.626; out of 15.622 from England, all but 850. It will b& sepn that the three countries first named sent over 67,963 immigrants out of a total of 149,766 who could not come in under the bill, except as they came in under the proviso added to prevent the separation of families. If the husband could read and the wife could not she could come in on a family ticket, as it may be ex pressed. But apart from that fea ture of the bill nearly half of the immigrants from those three coun tries would be excluded. The total from the. fv?s other countries was 103,64, the illiterates numbering 3,83S. Take out Ireland and the figures stand 67-598 to l,2L2,a nnm - GBEAT- 1 Ml I m mi fi m mm m MUUVifcVi MWtV iUi k Commencing Tuesday the 1 6th, and con tinuing the balance of the month. Ourstore is crowded with ail kinds of winter and spring goods and stiii more arriving, so we must make room. .... Df 0EDEE TO DO SO WE OfTBK GOODS AT TEE FOLLOWBTe LOW OUT PKI0ES. SEE RE IS OUE PEICE LIST. 20 yards 7c sheeting- for $1 Amoskeg Ginghams, 5c per yard. 10c dress Ginghams, new patterns, ffo per yard. 7c Standard prints, 5c per yard. 20c Satine at 12 per yard French and Scotch Ginghams at 9Kc. One vard wide sprisg dress goods, jest arrived", at 12'c T . - . One yard wide 40e Henrietta, a colors at 23c. We offer 50 pair of ladiesT lace sfeees. i Brikt grains, S to 12, Bendersonfe with the new roes, regular price SL.25, at ! price 1 25 our price L10. this sale for SL45. j Bright grains, sizes 12 to 2. Hender- We offer 160 pair of ladies7 fiae doagofe ! son's pcico L50 our price L30. button shoes at a. 35, regular price 32. , Goiden Rods. ' to 12 Hendersons Ladies oil grained shoes, good ones, ' zTcn 1 1 at G8c oer pair pnce 160 081 Pnce 1 3o j Golden Rods, sizes 12f,' to 2Hender- Children's School House Shoes. ! SOQs Pe LS5 our price L60. We wi-h to close out oer line of Hen-! D,nkl sizes 5. S Hender derson s Red School Hoese Shoes. We soa s P" QrPe Lto. have thetn in heels spring heels: lace ! Dongola box calf, sizes S4 to 12, Hen or button different grade. Here is the j decson's price 1 35, our pries 1.10. regular Eeiling price from Henderson's Doogoia box calf, sizes 12 to 2, list. . Headerson's price 1 60, our price L30. Bright grain, sizes 5 to 3, Henderson's j We offer J. B. Lewis' make of men's 31.10 our price 95c. i shoes, regular price 2 50, for LSO. Our line of Laces and Embroideries are here. As for style, quality and price there is no equal in this city. The Boston Store, The only cheap store with good goods in Lincoln County. Ottenstein Block. Room, formerly occupied by Otten Shoe Store. ber too insignificant to be appre ciable. The grand totals are 254,- LS6Q to. 7LSQL It will be obeyed that the three countries of the first class contributed more immigrants last year that the five others. There are three other countries which contributed each over two thousand, and one presents a still sharper contrast to the"twTo others. Out of a total of 2,067 from Portu gal, 1,539 could neither read nor write, while out of 2.022 from Switz erland only sixteen were illiterate and out of 2.729 from Denmark only twenty-six were illiterate. In other words the illiteracy comes from the Latin and Slavonic races, not from the English speaking, the German or the Scandinavian. Inter Ocean. What i3 a Guarantee? It is this. If you have a cough or a cold, a tickling ia the throat, whieh keeps you constantly coughing, or if you are troubled with any chest, throat or lung trouble, whooping coogh &c., and you use Ballard's Hore bound Syrup as directed giving it a fair trial and no benefit is experkned -we authorize our advertized agent to refund your money on return of bottle- It never fails to give satisfaction. It promptly relieves bronchits. Price 25 and 50 cents. Sold by North Platte Pharmacy, J. E. Bash, Mgr. 1 The re-election of Senator Kvie in South Dakota is a partial repub lican triumph wrested from the majority. Kyle is a populist, but he pledges himself to vote with the republicans for a protective meas ure, on the ground that the country voted for protection at the last elec tion and the people should nt be disappointed. Ex. Western legislatures have re ceived the Omaha visitors with great cordiality and strong assur ances of friendship and sympathy and support for the Trans-Mississippi exposition- No appropria tions have yet been made, but it is but 219; out oflnot probable that a single state west of the Mississippi will faU in this particular. Ex. A Sound Liver "UqV, a Well r Are you bilhous, coostipated or troubled with jaundice- sick-heedache ! had taste in mouth, foul breath, eoated tongue, dyspepsia, indigestion, hot dry skin pain in back and between the shoulders, chili and fever &e. If yea have and of these symtotas. your liver is out of order and slowly being poisoned, because your liver does not aot promptly Herbine will cure any disorder of the hver. stomach or bowels. It has no equal as liver medicine. Price to cents. Free trial bottle at North Platte Phar macy, J. E. Bush. Mgr. The present year 1S97 began on Friday, will end on Friday, and has fifty-three Fridays in it. Su perstitious people believe that this is ominous, and are looking for all . sorts of terrible things to occur. soruarj 1 46-ineh. all wool, silk finish Henrietta, fiocraerly S5c, at this sale for 4Sc. CSc, 40-inch, new novelty goods, silk and wool, at 37c per yard. 50e. all wool serge, 40-inch wide, 32c per yard. 50 dozen pair children's ribbed hose siaes 5-12 to 9T oc per pair. . 50 ozea fast bIack seamless j hose, So per pair. ( Blankets, underwear and clooks go for less than fifty cents on the dollar. J. Pizer, Prop. Sevare of Qintnen.t3 for Catarrh, that coatara Mercmy, BiarcBry will sureiy destroy the sense" lie of sme& aui completely derange the whole system when entering it through th mas co us surfaces. Such articles shoeM never be used except on perscrip tke from reputable physicians, as the denase they will do is ten fold to th good yo can possibly derive from them Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0-, contains bo mercury, and is taken internally, act isg directly upon the blood and mucons surfaces of the system. In buying HalFs UKiarrb Uare be sore you get tne genuine It is taken ioternalfy, and made in To ledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. SoM by Druggists, price 75c per, bottle. Hsu's FaBaOy Pills are the best. 4 The firm of KeHner & Lloyd, which has beee heretofore in existence, is dis solved by mutual consent. V. Llotd. J. F. PILLION, Plnier, Tinworte General Eepairer. Special attention given to mm mm WHEELS TO KENT Carl Brodbeck, DK.VT.KH rS" Fresk Smoked and Salted Meats, Having re-opened the City Meat Market, opposite the Hotel Neville,, I a prepared to furnish customers with a choice quality of meats of all kinds. A share of your patronage is re spectfully solicited. Estb, Pros?, Zotisre Cora for Impetanct. lota of Mtsrtkeest, 5cnjm Emissions. SpamaturktB Nerveusmaa. SttfDittnmi. logs of Memory, dc Will make geu a STftO&S. flfmr ous Mam. Frit flM, 9 Bars. $& GA. 3selatDii eeifeiu Mafte9 seiVi tacit Bex. AMrtaa 362sra 3m Usmm& ST.LOCH3, - MO. 5 Scld by North Platte Pharmacy, J.E Bash, Manager. Wanted-In Idea Wio Of I Protect 1felBfftt safest? Write Ji : your Ideas; they autr JQtO WEDDSEaCTHX . CO" 70a wealtk.