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FIFTEENTH YEAR. NORTH. PLATTE, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1899. NO. 90. Toys and Holiday Goods Toilet Sets and Trays, Vases, Triple Mirrors, Bisque Novelties, Brush and Comb Sets, Calendars, China Novelties, China Cups and Saucers, Cigar Vases, Smoking Sets, Collar and Cuff Boxes. Doll Carriages, rv s at at at i Doll tradies, etc A very nice line, and cheap. Santa Claus' Headquarters AT C, M. NEWTON'S. We have so many Holiday Goods this year we are at a loss to know how to dis play them. Our trade has already begun. If you do not know what you want come and sec us. You can certainly find it at at OUR STORE. A Kodak makes a nice Present. We have them from $2:50 up. Si DOLLS. Kid Body Cloth Body China Dolls, Bisque Dolls Negro Dolls Dressed Dolls Rubber Dolls And all kinds of Dolls from lccnt up to six dollars. Books of all Kinds. Fancy Box Paper and Envelopes. Stationery of all kinds and always the best grades. The Highly Glazed Louwelsa Ware Jardineres, Work Baskets. Sleds, Toy "Chairs, Velocipedes, Iron Wagons, Rocking and Shoo Fly Horses. To get any sort of an idea of our immense stock you will have to come and see what we have. Newton's "Book and Novelty Store Toys of all Descriptions Wrook at Btuhnoll. A wreck which narrowly escaped being very disastcrous, occurred at Uushnell, a siding west of Sidney and close to the state line, Saturday ight about ten o'clock. Train No. stopped at Bushucll for water and was run into by train No. 101 which through some error had not been flagged. Train No. 101 was coming along at a pretty lively rate as both trains were late and it struck train No. I about four minutes after it had stopped to take water. The engine crashed into the diner which was the rear car of train No. 1 and pretty thoroughly demolished it. Fortunately most of the occupants were in the for ward end of the car or some of them would probably have been killed. As it was they were all pretty bad- shaken up and some of them were quite Bcnously bruised. Engine No. 1434, which was puli ng train No. 101, was badly dam aged and the head car on that train was badly Btovc up. The loss to the company will be in the neighbor- lood of $12,000. II. Dixon, who was firing one of the engines which waB pulling tram No. 1, was on the ten der when the trains came together ud he was thrown to the ground with considerable force His in juries are the most Bcrious. Five trainmen were hurt but with the exception of Dixon their injuries are only slight. The wrecking crews from Cheyenne and Sidney picked up the wreck. Most of the wreckage was brought down yes terday and Engine No. 1434 has gone nto the shopo for an overhauling Conductor Stone and brake man Hammond were the crew on train No, 1 and conductor II i tic and brakeman States on train No. 101. JUST AT PRESENT STOVES x X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Y X Are our specialty, and the line we arc showing is a little the smoothest we have ever had. Heat ers in many styles and sizes, both for hard and soft coal. And ranges, lots of them. On stoves we lead, we sell more than any other dealer be cause we have THE stock. Hardware and Furniture. We carry the BEST line of Stoves on the Market Radiant Home Base Burners, Air Blast Heaters, Riverside Oaks, Steel Ranges and Oook Stoves of all sizes. A.Oomplete line'of Pumps, Pipes, Fittings, Windmills and Towers. Also Carriages, Buggies, Spring and Farm Wagons, Etc. PRICES THAT ElfY COMPETITION. Victor E. Meyer, - North Side. tIF IT'S IN THE DRUG LINE BUY IT OF Death of Mrq. E. E. Qhainhorlahi Mrs. Emily E. Chamberlain died early Saturday moruingat the home of her son Ralph. Mrs. Chamber lain has been suffering with tuber culosis, the result of an attark of pneumonia, for some time and about ten days ago it took an acute form which resulted in her death. Funeral services were held at the house in the afternoon and the re mains were taken Saturday night to her old home in Wakefield, N. II., for burial. Her sons Ralph and Bert accompanied the remains. Mrs. JSmily li,. Uliamberlain was born in Wakefield, N. H., Julv 28. 1829 and spent a large part of her life there. Since the death of her husband in 1894 she has made her home with her children and for the last two years has made her home here with her son Ralph. Four children, Ralph, Bert and Henry Chamberlain and Mrs. Lucy Lar- kin, and a sister, Mrs. Alonzo Roberts, survive her. Although on account of her ill health, Mrs Chamberlain's circle of acnuain tances here was not very large, she was greatly beloved by all who knew her and her death casts shadow over her relatives and friends. beverai Hastings business men are promoting a scheme to build railroad from the South Dakota wheat fields, south through the wheat country to the Gulf. They do not expect the right-of-way cost them a cent as they arc of th opinion that the farmers will donate the land in order to get a bette market for their grain. 'rue uurungton roau is still ex pcrienciug difficulty getting labor ers to work on its Alliance cxten sion. The wages paid are 51.75 pe uav. STREITZ. 1 ip You can bank on it being fresh and as represented. 1CAPES AND i JACKETS. 5 An outer garment must have a swell, stun ning stylo or you won't like it, but besides that, it must havo the right kind of mate rial, making and fit, and above everything else must havo a low price, that in connec tion with the stunning stylo will help you to like it. Our prices are as low as hon esty will allow, and our garments will mako the wearer feel well dressed and comfortable 3. 1 S S. RICHARDS. THE FAIR. I g "Wo Novor Sloop." luiuiiiiiuuiuiiiiuiiiiuiiuiuunuiuiuaiuiiiiuiuiuiuiui to BETWEEN THE ItlVEIiS. Oscar Schipfer who has been visiting hiB cousin E. F. Seebergcr rHershey for some tune departed Sunday for his home at Sigourney, Iowa. The hotel at Hershey put up an elaborate Thanksgiving dinner for ts boarders and a few out-siders who availed themselves of the op portunity of partaking of the meal. Mrs. Fannie Brooks, of Nichols, returned the last of last week from month's sojourn at the county seat with lnr daughter Mrs. D. A. Brown. Mrs. W. J. Shinkle, of I'lersbey, is not improving in health as fast as her many friends would like to sec her. D. B. White has returned from Champaign county, III., where he has been for some time combining business with pleasure. Wm. Johnson, of Hershey, haa seven fine short horn heifers com ing two year& of age that he will sell cheap (or cash. It is about time some one moved more sand hill houses into the ham let of Hershey and patched them up ready for use as renters are num erous just at this time. "A stitch in time saves nine." J. II. Celvcr and family, of Nic hols, returned "Wednesday evening from an extended visit down the line, A. P. Staples, visiting his son G family nt Nichols. A few chaps in the valley went out last Thursday evening with the intention of chiavaring a newly married couple but about the time they got tohammering tlieir old tin Dr. F. W. MILLER, DRNTIST (FORMERLY ROMINE DENTAL COMPANY,) ft ft ft ft ft ft ft RHEUMATISM CURED ! Wn will mnll vnn nn nrtioln to wonr that noaltivolv our oh RHEUMATISM. SCIATICA, LUMUAGO AND GOUT by drawing tho urio noid from tho system. A written Rnnroutoo to rotund your money in thirty nays it not entirely BiittBino torv. It coats only 82.00. Bond 2o Btnmn for booklot tolllntr nil about tho won derful euro. Atldross REX RHEUMATIC CO., Box 14, HARTFORD, CONN. of Ogallala, is A. Staples and DHAVE EXPLOBERS Liko Stanley mid Livingstone, found it harder to ovorcomo mnlarin, fovor and imuo and typhoid dlseuso germs than savage cannibals; but thousands havo found that Eloctrio Hitters is n wonder ful euro for all malarial diseases. If you havo chills with fovor, aches in back of nock nnd head, nnd tirod, worn out fooling, n trial will convince you of their morit. W. A. Null of Wobb, III., writes: "My childron suirorod for more than a year with chills and fovor, then two bottles of Eloctrlo Hittors curod thorn." Only GO coats. Try thorn. Guaranteed. Sold by A, V. Stroitz, Druggist, 1 This. Picture tells a story that thousnnds of women will re-cognizo-a story of monthly suf- ferintr lust be fore and during menstruation a story of aches, darting pains, torture in back, head, limbs and abdomen. BRAD FIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR will euro theso sufferers rcgulato their menses and drivooutail "fc- Druggists sell it male troubles." for $1 a bottle. TUX piUDFJHJ) JUMUUTOtt CO., Atlutt, 0. tf liy v i tin 2 pine Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. 2 ( OFFICE OVER STRKITZ'S DRUG STORE. fl pans, etc., a tair sizeu Btone came whizzing around the comer of the house striking one of the party square in the mouth badly disfigur- ng his face and knocking out three or lour ot ills tcctu, xrouoie is liable to ensue. J. B. Toillion, Jr., overseer of highways in Nichols precinct, has been putting in some new culverts lately up in the western part of the precinct. W. L. Hackney opened up his new confectionary store at Hershey last Friday with one of the finest line of cigars, tobaccos, nuts, fruits, candies, stationary and nines ever seen in this state. When in th village give him a call. Robert Uraisc, who lias oecn spending a month very pleasantly in hunting and other sports in tue valley with head-quarters at uer- bIicv, departed Friday morning on No. 0 tor His home at sigourney, Iowa. Presiding Elder Moore preached two very interesting and instructive sermons at itersiiey last baturaay evening nnd Sunday morning to large audiences during quarterly meeting services at that place, He was accompanied by Rev. Randolph the nnstor on this circuit of North Platte. We understand that F. C. Calla way, J. W. Liles and Otto Edstrum have been at work lately on the new U, l ice house at North Platte. Mr. and Mtb. D. M. Leynoldt o Hershey entertained a few relatives ami menus uiuinuci jl ii.iiiKngiv M if. Miss Jennie Edgar, of Montana is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. O Thompson near Hershey. Postmaster Prickitt's family visited relatives at the Stone ranch last week. E. F. Seebergcr Iuib returned trom a visit to his daughter Louise who is attending school at Denver OT linvA tif.on Irimlilnil far vnnrn wlt.ll gout and rhoumatlem.und rocolvod moro bonollt from Hoggs' I) loud Purlllor than from nil othor modloinoB." Jamos E Gordon, Augusta, fin. Tho groat blood ramcUyi A, F, Htrouz. DICKENS DOINGS. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Baker, of North Platte, were visiting in this vicinity last week. Messrs. McDonald and Donald son, of Somerset, have been repair- ng wells in and around Dickens for several days past. Cecil Tuell was a North Platte visitor Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs, Jerome Bailey and family spent Thanksgiving in Marengo. Ed Segaser is building a fine Nebraska brick Iiouhc on his place cast of Dickens. Mr. and Mrs, Austin and daugh ter Carrie, of Ogallala, were visit ing with L. P. Hodgcr and family aBt week. B. R. Sheridan departed Friday morning for Blue Hill, Neb., his former home. Miss Bessie Beam returned a few dayB ago from Red Oak, Iowa, where sue has been visiting. Mips Nona Garrison went to May- wood Friday morning on 154. Mrs. J. M. Fnstoand bohs Leslie and James were visiting in Wellileet a few days laBt week. John Coover, ot isddy, was trad ing with Dickens merchants Satur Mrs. Polzel and son lSd were North Platte visitors Tuesday and Wednesday. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNYROYAL PILLS Nfi. Atw.yj reliable. Lndlen.ulcnrUEKUtfbr !IIICIIFvrt:u'N KNULINH In Hed and iold nu'taltlo boxes, veiled with blua ribbon. TiiUo ii i ollirr. ItvfUse ilnugeroui aubntl lulliiiinnnd IiuIIiiUoiu. ltuy of your Druggist, r imjihI lr. In Htamii for Particulars, Trail. imtuluU nnd "Heller nir r.adlr," n Mttr. 'y return Mali. 10,000 Tttlmonlal. Bold by all DruKKlxta. OlMOIIESTEn OIIHMIOAt. OO. 100 .lludUuu Nquare, P11II.A., PA. MtnllmtliUiapr.