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I? Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware AND A PINE ft ASSORTMENT OP Novelties in Stcrl I i I a ing Silver and Cut $ V) Glass, AT PKICES THAT AHE niQIIT. s High Orado Watches for $ Railroad Men. Would bo $ Pleased to see yon. !? THE JEWELER. Sit? ml - Wfffcly SMttuuf. 7 FRIDAY, SEPT. 14, 1900. Mrs. Colonel Owens left Wednes day for a ten days' visit in Denver. Mrs. Carl Pierce of Omaha has been spending a day or two in town this week. John Dugan has been spending this week at the McIIalton ranch in Deuel county. J. C. Ogle, the Lincoln piano tuner, will make his regular visit to this city on the 18th inst. Miss Arta Kocken leaves next Weudesday tor Lincoln to attend the state university. Rhodes Longley goes to Lincoln next week to resume his studies at the state uniyersity. Mrs. A. S. Baldwin will entertain the ladies of the Eastern Star on Wednesday evening ot next week. Miss Margaret Kocken, who has been visiting m town for ten days, will return to Omaha to-morrow night. Dan'l Durkc returned home last evening from the Burke ranch. The cancer on the lip is giving him much trouble. Mrs. Ramsey, wife of the editor of the Hastings Record, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Seth Sher wood Tuesday. Miss Gtace Mooney, who had been visiting her brother Frank for a couple of weeks, returned to Lexington this morning. Misses Ada and Elma Mills, who had been spending the summer with their aunt Mrs. J. C. Clinton, returned yesterday to their home in O'Neill. The boys' club of the Episcopal church will hold its annual tourna ment during the week beginning Sept. 25th. Medals will be awarded to the winners of the field events. Wanted A competent girl to do general house work $4.00 per week. Mrs. J. H. Hershey. Co. Supt. Thoelecke expects to leave Tuesday tor Salt Lake City to spend ten days visiting friends and inspecting the school ystcm of that city, which is said to be unus ually fine. J. K. Stevens, formerly of this county but. now living in Red Wil low county, was nominated yester day for congress by the mid-road populists of thi Fifth congressional district. Contractor J. A. McMichael will begin work next weik on houses for A. M. Salcctti and Clias. San dall in the Third ward, and also on one which Mrs. S. E. Douglas will erect in the west end. High grade guns at less than factory prices. McOullough & Carter. The first consignment of hard coal reached this city this week and is being retailed at eleven dollars and fifty cents a ton. As the au thracite miners have been ordered to strike next Monday, it is likely the price of coal will rapidly advance. E. SpiUuoyle a well known farmer living near Suthuilatid is making arrangements to leaye for Washington, in which slate he will permanently locate. He will sell his personal property on the 27th inst. Bound and Half Round Stock Tanks, all sizes, lor sale by Jos. Hershey. Last evening about ten o'clock two men were seen prowling around in the back yard of the Bratt resi dence. The Misses Bratt becoming Ml " alarmed telephoned down town and Officer McNamara was sent up, but when he reached there the prowler At a meeting of the Blue lodge of Masons held Tuesday eveninir, a number of plans for a new Masonic temple were submitted. One of them which called for a seventeen thousand dollar building was care fully examined and pronounced very satisfactory, but as yet no formal action on the proposed building has been taken. Arranire mcnts arc being made to organize a corporation lor the purpose of handling the building fund. It is pretty certain that the temple will be erected next spring. The executive committee of the street fair held a meeting last even ing and transacted considerable business toward windinjr un affairs and especially the financial part. Ii was found necessary to make a ton per cent assessment on the ubscribers to the original tund, making a total assessment of sixty per cent of the amount subscribed. This will create a sufficient amount to pay all indebtedness. The total expenses of the fair, now that all bills are in, is found to be about twenty-five hundred dollars. Several merchants favor holding i street fair next year, but would like to see it conducted on different lines. They would advocate a continuous booth down the center of Dewey street in which merchants could display aud sell their goods, nd that provisions be made also to have a complete exhibition of gncultural products. At the ex treme end ot the booths pens could be erected for the exhibition of fine cattle, horses and hogs. These merchants think such a street fair would be a winner. THE PURCHASING POWER ot a dollar never so great. See the new fall and winter styles of Shoes. W. L. Douglas Shoes and Dr. Reed's Cushion Shoes. Prices $1.35, 1.50, 2.00, 2 50, 3,00, 3.50 and up. Star Clothing House. The lourth quarterly conference of the Methodist church was held Monday evening and reports presented showed a gain of over forty per cent in membership dur ing the past two years. The church property is valued at ten thousand dollars, against which there is a debt of only 8435 and this amount is covered by subscriptions. The congregation will unanimously ask for the return of Rev. Wilson next year. Sidney Atwood and Miss Maggie Rutledge, accompanied by a gentle. man aud lady friend, came up from Wellfleet last evening, and feeeking Judge Baldwin had him issue a marriage license and then perform the tnaritial ceremony. The con tracting parties are well and favor ably known in Medicine precinct. II. Otten is marketing grapes from his farm this week, They are of the Concord and Worden varieties, and are very nice. Owing to the ravages of the birds the crop this year will not be large. The Blak Flag stock of shoes was sold last Wednesday to the Fair Store of this city. This stock will be placed on sale by the Fair at less than manufacturer's cost. You should sec them if in need of shoes. The Sutherland Free Lance re ports that the "hoof and mouth" disease is becoming quite prevalent in that vicinity. While no fatalities have occurred, the cattle affected have grown very thin and weak. Wanted GOO tons hay for immediate delivery, high prices. Harrington &Tobin. A. L. Potter who was confined in the county jail while laboring under temporary insanity has been released. This is made in correc tion of the item relating to Potter published on another page. Joe Schwaiger, the cracker-jack catcher ot the North Platte ball team became the father of a boy baby Wednes-day night and Joe says the youngster is already a good base bawlist. Roy Banks entertained a number of his friends Wednesday evening on the occasion of his eleventh birthday. E. A. Cary attended the meet ing ot the Kearney Presbytery at Wood River Tuesday and Wednes day. , Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dill are in Cheyenne witnessing the feats at the Frontier Day celebration. Miss Emily Cooper began teach ing school this week in u district south of Hershey. Earl Stamp goes to Lincoln to night to resume his btudies at the After Train Robbers. A lone train robber held up a B & M traiti near Haiglcr Tuesday evening and secured considerable booty from the passengers. It later developed that the robber had a pal, and a rapidly organized posse started in pursuit, lollowing the trail of the men into the south part of this county, where the clew was lost. Sheriff Keliher recclyed word yesterday to be on the look out for the robbers, and later learned that two heavily armed men had passed through Suthcr land on their way north. These men arc known in Sutherland and live about twenty miles northwest of that village. They have un savory reputations and arc suspected of having committed the robbery on the Weir ranch several weeks ago when four hundred dollars in cash were taken. The men had been absent from their haunts for a week or ten days and there are other reasons for believ ing that they are the parties who held up the B. & M. train. Sheriff Keliher went to Suther land last night and expected to make the drive out to the place where the suspected men live. A reward of one thousand dollars is offered for the capture of the robber, dead or alive. A Wol1. Conducted Restaurant. Messrs. Austin, & Cannon who purchased and assumed charge of the Vienna Restaurant last Sun day report a big trade that is in creasing with satisfactory rapidity. Since taking hold the new firm has renovated the dining and lunch rooms, and made improvements which add to the comfort of the patrons. Everything connected with the restaurant is kept in a scrupulously clean condition, the service is first-class, and the mealb served are such as to give excellent satisfaction. Messrs. Austin & Cannon will conduct their bubiness in a first-class manner in every particular and solicit the patronage of those who wish good meals, short orders and lunches ntcely and efficiently served. Both are young men who have lived in North Platte for many years, and wc are glad to know that they arc meeting with such great success iu their new venture. STYLISH SHIRTS You will find them here. Plain white or in fashionable colors. Just the thing for fall and winter. No better in the market. Prices from 50c to $1.50. Star Clothing House. Chicago weather forecast for North Platte and yicinity: Cooler and fair weather Saturday. The maximum temperature yesterday was 87; one year ago it was 83. The minimum temperature this morning was 67; one year ago it was 55. H. A. Babcock, of Lincoln, an old irieud of Judge Grimes, has been spending this week in town writing insurance for the Equitable Company of Iowa. A Mr. Wiseman, who represents Matilda Fletcher, the noted woman lecturer, is in town today trying to make arrangements for her appear- auce here, Notlco to Hnntora, Hunters are strictly torbidden against tresspassing on the lands controlled by me adjoining city on the east. Trespassers will be dealt with according to law. N. 13. Or.ns. Fashions Mirror shows many beauteous things in the line of men's furnishings In neckwear, puffs, imperials tccks, batwings we have 'cm all in many colors. Seems as if no taste could go unsatisfied, no purse be inadequate. The swell thing today is the new crepon weave. Seen it? Wilcox; Department j&itfe, I Railroad Notes, $ G. W. Hood has taken a week's lay-off from duty in the telegraph office. Tony Stollc has been transferred trom Singleton's office to the store house. E. B, GibbB has been off duty this week by reason of an attack of lumbago. A solid train of thirty-nine carfc of cattle went through Wednesday evening. Joe "Worker has quit work at the hops and says he will go to Chicago this week to enter a dental college. Agent McGovcrn ordered '-'25 cases of peaches for local merchants last night and they will arrive Monday. E. D. Snydsr relinquished his position as freight handler at the warehouse vesterday and will seek other employment. S. A. Hooper succeeds Snyder at the freight house, and Chumlcy uccetds Hooper as night ticket agent and check clerk. Union Pacific Storekeeper Main waring will move his family to this city iu a week or two and will occupv the VauCamp house on west Thiu street. Agent McGovcrn has been notified that the Pacific Express Company will carry free all goods consigned to the relief committee of the Galvcstcn Hood sufferers. J. W. Wilson, foreman of the coal chutes, moved his family from Valley Junction, Kan., to this city this week, aud is occupying the new residence recently erected by Jos. Roddy. One hundred and eighteen baskets of Missouri grapes, con signed to local merchants, arrived at the freight depot in bad order yesterday, A brakeman on train No. 28 was shot and seriously wounded by a tramp near Columbus Wednesday night. He attempted to eject the tramp from a box car when the alter drew a gun and fired. Engineer McGuire made a record- breaking run on the Fourth district Tuesday morning, coyering the 102 miles between Cheyenne and Sid ney in ninety-one minutes and mak ing a stop for water, As fully fiye minutes were consumed in taking water, the actual running time was eighty-six minutes, or an average speed of over seventy miles an hour. The train consisted ot two mail and one baggage car. Heretofore the best run over the district was ninety'8even minutes. Household Ooodi at Frlvato Salo. I offer at private sale my house hold floods at my residence on west Fourth street, consisting of dining room and bedroom furniture, dishes, kitchen utensils and bedd ing. Also set single harness. Mrs. Emzaiietii Donaldson. Harrington Evidently Knew, It waB only one year ago that M. C. Harrington told the democrats to be of good cheer, because there would be only one more year of fusion. Taking him at his word the populists ot the state, and par ticularly of this section, are shak ing fusion in huge numbers. To be a fusionist is equivalent to be coming a democrat, and many populists who have been reduced to that alternative have taken to the middle of the road again or cut for cover in the republican party. Kearney Hub, Europe. When iu Europe write or tele graph de la Baize, 32 Rue-Etienne Marcel, Paris, and will receive the Specific wanted or the name of the nearest town where Humphreys' Specifics are for sale. A few of the prominent places are London, 27 Charterhouse Square; Brussels, Cha. Eelacrc ct Cic, Pharmacie Anglatse, 58 Rue de la Montague de la Cout; Lihbon, Kibeiro da Costa & C.v, droguistas 150 Rua do Arsenal, 152. Manual of all mal adies, especially children disease?, sent free. For sale by all drug, gists, or sent on receipt of price 25 cents each. Humpreys' Medi cine Co., Cor. William & John Sts., New York. Notice to Trespassers. All hunters and others arc warned against hunting on my lands in Ilinman precinct. Violators will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law regardless of whbm tt may be. Remember this. E, NV. MURl'HY. We wish to secure the services of a local or traveling salesman to sell our line of lubricating and refined oils, greases, paints and white lead. Salary or commission. Ad dress Tub American Petroleum Product Co., Office and Refinery, Findlay, Ohio. No tie e, Trespassers arc positively for bidden on the Turpic ranch. This means you, W. II. Turime. Notlco. All persons arc warned against hunting or trespassing on the lands owned and controlled by the estate of M. C. Keith. W. B. Mim.ari), Executor. Notloo to Hnntora. All persons arc warned against hunting on my premises in Ilinman precinct. Trespassers will be dealt with according to law. A. M. Stoddard. Bargains In Heal Estrtto. For sale cheap for cash, 1 four, 1 six and 1 scyen roomed house, well located. One 1G0 acre irrigated farm with 5 acres black locust and 5 acres box elders, 13 years old, one of the best farms in the valley. Forparticulars sec me. J. K. Ottenstein. For Sale Forty head of cows and heifers, and twenty head of brood marcs. Inquire at Pawnee Ranch or address E. C. Baker, North Platte. The Price You pay for Groceries is never lower than wc ask. Because wc have made the prices on Grocer ies what they arc. Diamond C. Soap. 9 bars 25 Pcarlinc. per pkg ,04 5c size Paddle, Blue 04 10c size Paddle, Blue 07 25 lbs. Corn Meal 25 Corn Starch, per pkg -05 Argo Gloss Starch, per pkg 05 Kmgsfords Silver Gloss Starch .08 Kiugsfords Corn Starch 08 t pint Dr. Prices Extract Va nilla 15 Walter Bakers Cocoa, 4 lb. tin .25 Walter Bakers Chocolate I8c2 cakes 35 Eagle Brand Condensed Milk 18c 2 cans 35 Evaporated Cream 13c 2 cans for .25 Army Avlc Grease 2 boxes, 15 Monarch Axle Grease, 2 boxes. .15 Frazicr'H Axle Grease, 2 boxes .15 Sewing Machine Oil, per bottle .05 Grand Pa's Wonder Soap, per bar 05 Yeast Foam, 2 pkgs 05 On Time Yeast, 2 pkgs 05 Sage, per pkg 04 Hops, per pkg 04 Table Salt, 2 Backs 05 4-lb. package Gold Dust 18 Search Light Matches, per box. .04 Bird Seed, Mb. pkg 07 Vinegar, per gallon 20 Whitteuiore'a Gilt Edge Shoe 1'olisli 20 Whittemore's Baby Elite Shoe Polish 10 Cream of Wheat, per pkg 15 Pillbbuiy's Vitos 13c, 2 pkgs 25 SlKedded Whole Wheat Biscuit 13c, 2 pkgs 25 Battle Ax Tobacco, per plug... .35 Horse Shoe Tobacco, per plug 45 Star Tobacco, per lb 45 J. T. Tobacco, per plug 20 Dukes Mixture Tobacco, per lb. .35 A r buckle's Coffee. ...13c, 2 pkgs 25 Lion Colfec 13c, 2 pkgs 25 German Coffee 13c, 2 pkgB 25 Bee CofTee per pkg 14 Bogota CoiTee 18c,2 pkgs .35 Wc pay you as much aB wc can for your produce and charge you no more tor goods exchanged for pro duce than you pay in cash. Wilcox Department Store. HUMPHREYS' Witch Hazel Oil THE PILE OINTMENT. One Application Gives Relief. It euros l'llci or Hemorrhoid External or Inter nal, Mind or Mewling, Itching or lluriiliiB,KIure aud l'Utulai. lltllof Immediate euro certain. It cure llurni, Scald aud Ulceration and Con traction from liurn. Tim Heller lmtant-ticallug wonderful. It cure Torn. Cut or Lacerated Wound and Urulse. It cure Holla, Carbuncle, Felon, lluurounda," Ulcer, Old Bore, Itching Eruption, Scurfy or Scald Howl. It euro Inflamod or Caked llreatt and Boro Nipple. Invaluable. It euro Salt Ilhoum, Tetter, Scurfy Uruptloui, Chapped Hand, 1'ercr UlUteri, Soro Up or Nottrlls. Corns, llunlon. Boro and Chafed Feet, Btlug of Insect, Mouiulto IJIte and Sunburn. TJiroo SIzob, 25o., COo. and $1.00 Sold by Druggists, or sent pre-paid en receipt cf price. HUMPHREYS' MED. CO., Cor. William dt John H KliW 'VUl, A Fact no Longer Questioned. Physicians and laymen alike now fully recog nize the benefit yes, the necessity of using cereal foods in the daily bill of fare, especially for breakfast. Always up to the times, wc have about all thebestbrands find will get those wc have not in short order if requested. Have you tried Cream of Wheat, Grape Nuts, Whcatcl, Postum Cereal, whole Wheat Flour, Schrcd cd Whole Wheat Bis cuit for sale by the pure food house. 1 RUSH & MURRAY. J Baldness and Gray Hair Has ceased by the proper use of German Hair and Scalp Producer. Alter which uature will grow hair where the hair fnlltrlo la tirclv destroveil. T.uH men is your scalp diseased by wlitrlt tl,. i...:- fii:i. s . j. ......... luiiiuc iBucsiruycar rllen VOU arc sum nf n hnM li9rf and gray hair. So purchase a bottle of inv nut! once, thereby retaining vour bair .urn jjiiuu. I'arents suouia use German Hair Producer on their cntiurcn s scalp as a tonic and pre ventative. If conditions ol the Bcalp has not improved by the proper use of half a bntttp. bottle and motiev will h If not for sale in your town Bend to my uuurcss. Aiauuiacturcd by rave. a. x. YOSTXL, Xearaty, Hal. For sale in Nnrtli Pin. , barbers and bv A. Ti Rfrrlrr. rfmrr. gist. Price $.100. b A MAN who takes pride in his per sonal appearance a good "dresser" does not buy his dress suits.'from ready made stocks he gets a tai lor to make his clothes and thus secures a perfect fit. We make suits and guar antee them to fit at prices from .... $25.00 Up. We have a fine line of Fall and Winter Suitings. F. J. BROEKER Merclinnt Tailor Ovor Morsoh's Unrber Shop. ! We are TC Ant. "Rno-cr J r A r Repairing shoes for people who appreciate neat, substantial work rffT the only kind we do. nf If not already a cuBto- mer we solicit your work. 1 j; GEO. TEKULVEi j K Yellow Front Shoe Store. FOR SALE. FARM WAGONS, SPRING WAGONS TOP BUGGIES, And "all kinds of Farm JVfaehinepy. Standard Goods at Reasonable Prices, LOCK 6 SALISBURY, SOUTH PLATTE. had vanished. state uuivcrbity.