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STEVENS &BARE, Editoks axd Pitors.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th, 1885.
Ctaii For Kepublican State Convention.
The Bcpnblican electors o the State of Nebras
ftka are invited to send delegates from the several
counties to meet in convention at Lincoln,
Wednesday, October 11th, 1335, at 7 o'clock p. m.,
for the purpose of placing in nomination candi
dates for one associate justice of the supreme
court and for two members of the board of re
gents, and to perform such other business as, may
be presented to the convention.
The several counties are entitled to representa
tion baaed upon the vote cast for E. P.Boggen,
secretary of state, giving one delegate to each
newly-organized county and one for every 150
votes and the major fraction thereof,
liacoln county is entitled to three delegates.
.Tfce BOiaber of delegates entitled to seats in
the ooave) tion is 472.
It m recommended that no proxies bo admitted
to tie convention except such as are held by per
Bobb MB$d ng in the counties from which proxies
i . are (liven.
-OmJia, lugusUth, 1335.
C. E.YOST, Chairman.
D. H.3IETCEK, Secretary.
BEPUBI ICAN COUNTY CONVENTION.
Tke Bei ablica.is of Lincoln county, Neb., will
meet in dc tegate convention at the court house
in North tlatte on Wednesday, Sept SCth, 1685, at
2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing tliree
delegates to attend the Republican State Conven
tion to be held at Lincoln on Wednesday, Oct
14th, J865, and for tho purpose of placing in nom
inntinn. t voted for at the next general elec
tion, oMhBddates for the following county office?,
aad the transaction of such other business as may
properly come liefore the convention:
One candidate for office of County Clerk.
One candidate for the office of Register of Deals
One candidate for tie office of Treasurer.
One candidate for the office of Sheriff.
One cancjdato for-tho office of County Judge.
One can idate for the office of Superintendent
One candidate for tho office of Surveyor.
One candidate for the office of Coroner.
One candidate for the office of Co. Commiss'n'r
The basis of representation in the county con
vention will bo ono delegate for each 25 votes cast
for Hon. Chas. E. Osgood at the last general elec
tion. This will entitle the several pa.-cinct6 to
the following representation:
North Platte 15 O'FaUon 1
Maxwell 1 Brady Island 1
Cottonwool 1 Peckham 2
Deer Creek 1 Medicine 1
Fox Crook 1 Garfield 1
Red Willow 1 Hall 1
It is recommended by tho committee tliat tho
primaries in the several precincts be held on
Friday, Sept 25th, 1S35, from 2 to 0 o'clock p. m.,
except Si North Platte, which wilVbo held on
8ept 26th, 1685, from 1 to 8 o'clock p. m. It is
also recommended by tho committee that no
proxies bo admitted to tho convention except
such as are held by persons residing in tho pre
cinct from which the proxies aro given, and no
member bo allowed to cast more than one vote.
Primaries to be held at tho usual places of voting
in the several precincts.
The following judges and clerks of election
have bean appointed by tho committee for North
Platte Precinct: For judges John Hawley, B.
C. Dixon, Charles Stamp. For clerks W. H.
Wolty, A. McClelland.
By order of tho Republican County Committee.
F. II. Longley, Chairman.
J AS. A. Edwards, Secretary.
The Illinois Liquor Dealers
Protecion Association collected
8331,991 and expended S208,938
last year. It is not stated what the
expenditures were for, but probably
used in the legitimate way to protect
the interests of the association in
Gen. Howard's remarks if true
as reported as to what the govern
ment will do in case a general strike
in the coal mines is sustained by
the Knights of Labor, appear rather
premature and uncalled for. His
duty is not to anticipate orders but
simply to execute them, and on such
an occasion his remarks are better
calculated to bring on a collission
than to allay excitement.
Dr. Miller and "Governor"
Morton are having hard work to
secure anT appointments while
Van Wyck stand in the way. We
suggest that they buiy the hatchet
and inform the President that they
are competent to manage the Demo
cratic party in Nebraska without
aid from "assistant democrats."
The Doctor and the "Governor" are
able statesmen and stalwart Repub
licans have full confidence in their
abilities if Democrats have not.
t is with pleasure we announce
that one of our principal business
men and property holders has the
courage to announce that he is a
candidate for the office of countr
commissioner. Mr. Belton is too
well known to require any commen
dation from this paper. One of our
leading merchants, an old citizen,
he has occupied several positions of
honor within the gift of the people,
and is highly qualified to fill the
important position to which he
Under the proper head will be
found the announcement of Miss
Honn as a candidate for re-election
to the office of County School
Superintendent, to which attention
The undersigned hereby announces himself to
"tho voters of Lincoln county as a candidate for
County Judge at the November election and asks
of bis fellow cituens their consideration and
their rotec L. Stxbbins.
at, we son citation ot Maaeroas mends, l re-
cpmUnlly announce myself a candidate for the
office of county judge, at the approaching county
eleeffon, subject to tho decision of the Republi
can County Convention. John Hawley
I hereby announce myself a candidate for the
office of County Judge, subject to tho decision of
the Republican Counry Convention.
R. H. Langfobd,
I hereby respectfully announce myself a candi
date for Sheriff at tho approaching election, sub
ject to the decision ofr tho Republican County
Convention. Fkane P. Bkeweb.
is invited. During the past two
years the county has developed with
rapid strides, and under her -adminis
tration the office of shool superin
tendent has kept pace with that
improvement. While this journal
expects to support the nominees ot
the Republican partr, it is only
justice to Miss Honn to say she
has conducted the affairs of her
office in ,au efficient manner,
generally satisfactory to the people.
"Music hath charms to sooth the
savage beast," but there is no music
more soothing to the Democratic
breast than the concord of sweet
sounds produced b- Republican poli
tical heads dropping into the basket.
For these gentle reverbrations the
ever faithful longingly wait, but
"America's greatest Statesman and
friend of the poor man" stands in
the way, while the Nevilles, Mortons,
Millers, Hinmans and a host of
others, who have borne the brunt of
battle for years, plead in vain to
"turn tne rascals out. wiiat a
sad commentary upon Cleveland's
for a few
The white people of Rock Springs
do not take kindly to the determin
ation of the Railroad Company to
retain Chinamen in the mines and
have them protected by troops. A
I hereby respectfully announce myself a candi- local paper has the following Oil the
date for re-election to the office of sheriff at tho subject: "If it is a dislace to
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uwiiig tuecuuu, Bumoci w uiu ucuua ui mo
Democratic county convention.
J. R. Bangs.
I respectfully announce myself as a candidate
for the office of Sheriff of Lincoln county, subject
to the action of tho Republican County Conven
tion. C. L. Patterson.
I hereby announco myself a candidate for the
office of County Survoyor at tho approachim
election for county officers.
Samuel F. Watts.
I hereby announce myself as candidate for re
election to tho office of Superintendent of Public
Instruction of Lincoln counry, subject to the ap
proval of tho voters at the election to bo held on
Tuesday, Nor. 3d, 1685. Respectfully,
M. S. Honn.
At the request of friends, I hereby announce
myself a candidate for tho office of assessor for
North Platte Precinct, and trust I will receive the
endorsement of the majority of voters at the
polls. Very Respectfully Yours,
G. T. A. Nixon
At the solicitation of many friends, I have
consented to become a candidate for the oSice of
county commissioner at tho approaching countv
election, and respectfully solicit tho votes of all
who are in favor of an honest, impartial and
economical rdministration of county affairs.
miners, aggravated by a
of injustice, to kill a few Chinamen
is it not a more damnable disgrace
to see a rich and powerful corpora
tion created and sustained by
American citizens claiming and
receiving the assistance of American
soldiers to enforce the employment
ot leprous aliens to the exclusion or
American workmen? Whv. even
the soldiers themselves curse the
duty which compels them to sustain
the alien against the American, and
no wonder every man in town is
hot with indignation at the spectacle."
A year or two ago a law was
passed restricting Chinese immigra
tion, but judging from the number
of Celestials passing over the- TJ. P.
road and scattered about in different
parts of the country, the law is a
aead letter. TJsuallv the coolies
who are sent here bv the Six Com
panies after serving their time out
return to the Flowery Kingdom
and it w:is naturally expected bv
the advocates or the law that the
number of Chinee serfs m this
THE latest exchange io find its
way to this office is the Neics from
OgoiUala, an indeDendent paper of country would diminish to such an
DemoWatic tendencies. Keith insignificant number as to cut no
county) will soon be able to support figure in the labor problem. This
two papers. has not been realized and the
J I 1 . I 7 1 1
uiiiiurai mierence is mat tne law is
We ixvite attention of thevoters frfc enforced or .is evaded and the
of NortH Px'atte precinct to the envasion winked at by the officials
announcement of Mr. Nixon for f ne government. In view of this
assessor. Mr. Ns friends are ardent JS not strange that the indigna-
snd enthusiastic and if he dops not. tion of white laborers break out in
"cret thei" if tvJII "ho WvaatrAf such unlawful acts as recently took
n w A.. Js XVI. IF I I ITr in I a
votes, a eobtinerenev that is tint place at Rock Springs. The Chinese
likely to hamvn law was framed for the white labor-
. er s protection alter years or agita
AFTER DVFintr nil avuomops vnA I f innnTifl nrvrmlnr flfimrmd. nnrl flipv
indebtedness, the State Board cannot be blamed for expressing
U-L -atmCtl t.lirA Tin 1 1 hora olinnf I f limr HiconnVAVn rf ir. PTIVHSirm hv
Son nnn i-al .i. I . lir-..- t - J
,wv ii n; m tne treasury, as the acts or revolution ana violence
-llrnPAoWo i P iu j it- , n n v 'l ' n
x- WM , L ttltJ Iair at. jjincom this Jcxom a numamranan view meir
jear. it was a errand success in acts are deplorable, but are only the
yJ respect, bemcr apVrmwlprlrrprl nnforowth of violation ot law bv
. ? exhibition ever held west crovernment officers and others hisrh
-flf the Missouri.
IT I lv -11
T. V0-0 35 though there
S00J eal of truth in the
SL f .Snaor Eustis of
ZFmZ nat U1.eveld is a fraud
lmP, .not turning the
in authority. The popular verdict
will sustain the whites in vindicating
Ot John nnil Vov.
. , tiu.
give some valnnblp
informnKrt, D , . vaiuaDie
China is said to be massing large
bodies of troops on the Tonquin
The issue of stand;ird silver dol
lars during the week ended Sept.
19th, was 664,453.
Sixty-two bachelors committed
suicide in the United States during
the first quarter or the present year.
Vice-President Hendricks is again
in Wasliington, engaged, as usual,
in an attempt to get a place lor
A correspondent of the Omaha
Bee wants the name of that city
changed to Terrace City, or Gate
British Columbia Indians are
coming into Washington Territory
by the hundreds for the annual hop
There is a society in Memphis
the object of which is to furnish
coffins to the members at greatly
The 'fifth and decisive heat of
the Phyllis-Joe Davis match race
was trotted in Omaha Monday Joe
Davis winning in 2:19i.
The sixty-first session of the
bovereign Grand Lodge Tndepend-
ent urder ot Udd bellows began
in Baltimore Monday.
Sedgwick county Kansas, is
expected, to produce 9,000,000
bushels of corn this year or enough
to restock all the drug-stores in the
President Depew of the New
York Central Eailway denies the
report that his road has been
purchased by the Pennsylvania
Keiley is said to stand well at the
State Department, and there is
some probability that the would-be
Minister to Italy and Austria will at
last secure a place.
One of the reasons why Jeff
Davis denies the story of having
been taken in female apparel is, that
in the last twenty years hoopskirts
have gone out of fashion. A man
would better be dead than unfashionable.
The latest crop reports are "to the
effect that there will be an unprece
dented yield of corn in the north
west, but the wheat crop will not be
np to ihe average, especially in
Dakota and portions of Iowa and
The cholera is spreading in Sicily,
and the situation is becoming seri
ous. Every town is cordoned
Conflicts between the populace and
the militiary are continually occur
ing, and many persons have been
wounded. A large militiary force
is to be dispatched to the island to
Mention is made in the east of a
renewal of the old effort to prove in
court that beer is not intoxicating;
but beer is too well known in this
country now to afford an' chance
of a favorable verdict in the case.
The cup that cheers without ine
briating is an extremely rare article
the only two .known with an
absolutely clean reputation being
the teacup and the one just saved
from the Genesta.
An enormous Socialist meeting
was held Sunday in London, which
the police attempted to disperse.
Several persons were arrested and
punished with fine and imprison
ment 3'esterday. During the court
proceedings William Morris, de
scribed in the dispatches as "an
esthetic poet" probably the well
known author of the "Earthly
Paridise" was placed in custody
for assaulting a policeman.
At Sturgis City, Dakota, several
colored soldiers belonging to the
Twenty-fifth infantry, stationed at
Fort Meade, two miles from the
city, attended a dance Saturday
Sept. 19th. One of the soldiers,
became disorderly, was ejected from
the house. The soldiers proceeded
to the fort, collected sixteen com
panions, uuu uruiiug uiumseives,
went back to the dance house, drew
up in a line and at the word of com
inand from the leader, fired a volley
or shot at the building. Itichar
isell, a cowboy irom iNebraska, was
instantly killed. The dance hous
was completely riddled with shot
mi I 1 I I T ITT
rney then cut tne telephone wire
and returned to Port Meade. Five
arrests were made and more
expected to follow. Great excite
. i ...
ment prevails, and citizens and
cowboys are armimr themselves and
say that they will kill the first col
ored soldier found alone away from
In an interview Senator Sherman
said: "This so-called bloody-shir
issue is the most important before
Ohio or the Nation. It cannot be
sneered down nor driven from
public view by cant phrases and
demagogism. I think Gov. Hoadly
will be compelled either to admi
the suppression of the colored vote
and adopt the Democrat argument
ot justification or deny the truth,
of what his Democratic friends in
the south freely admit. He cannot
do the former because of his own
abolition record and I would be well
pleased to have him attempt the
loffnY- Tlio nnocfinn Tins TJofhinor
1UILU1 J.UV I A.kJ tlWii -Q
to do with war issues. It is a living
Question. Shall one white "man m
Mississirmi wield twice or three
times the influence in National
affairs wielded bv one Ohio man?
When men tell me that it is impoli-
fiV fn 11 nffpntion to such mon-
strous unfairness, and that to oppose
such rank injustice is to risk party
dpfpnt. T answer by saying it the
Republican party has no longer the
to defend the right and
insistupon justice and equality in
all sections of the Union it ought
be defeated. I had rather be
permanently retired trom
IT Tf ll nnn-m 1TT CllotlPP TO
public me iuau seem u
consent to the suppression ot the
colored vote in the south and tne
injustice resulting theretrom.-
At a meeting of the county com
missioners on Monday, upon petition
Fairyiew precinct was organized,
comprising - towns 12 and 13 south
of the South Platte river in ranges
35, 36 and 37, establishing the
voting place at the house of J. W.
Sheridan, on section 6, township 12,
range 36. And all of township 13
and 14, range- .37, laying between
the North . find ' South Platte
rivers was upon, petition attached
to Ogallala precinct. OgaUala Bc
flector We understand that the Chinese
companies of San Francisco are
thinking of bringing suit against
the city for interfering with
religious ceremonies in their arrest
of Chinamen for boiling the bones
of their dead. The question arises
whether the lives of valuable
citizens are to be endangered by the
indulgence of disgusting practices
brought br the Mongolian from his
barbarous home into a civilized
country. That the Chinamen
knew they were doing vrong,
violating the law of this country,
is evidenced from their bringing
the cheerful pole-cat into requisition
to disguise the odors arising from
the boiling remains of their
brethern. W-are very patient in
this country; we tolerate a great
deal. The Mormons told us that
polygamy was part of their religion
and .we allowed it to go on until
disgust awoke us to a consciousness
of the foul blot on our civilization.
We should jemember that although
this is a free country, liberty is not
license. It is about time that
foreigners cominp; to America
should understand that it is a civil
ized country, and if the Chinese com
panies endeavor to recover damages
trom those who m the interest of
decency and health unearthed and
rought to an end their adommable
practices, they should be taught a
peremptory and severe lesson. Ex.
You may not be aware of if, but it's a
fact, that many Qf-ffln. medigipe3,.JcaG0m
meH5er for croup contain cither
chloroform pr opium, and cannot bo
given fo children In the large and
frequent doses required, in cases of croup
with any degree of safety. Thev are
dangerous and should be avoided at all
times. There is one preparation, however,
that docs not contain a single ingredient
that would injure a child, and it is certain
and positive cure for croup, and that is
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It has
cured thousands of cases and can always
be depended urxra. ' Sold bv Grav &
Land Office at North Platte, Nob., ?
Sentember 25th. 18S5. f
Notice is hereby given that the following named
settler has filed notice of her intention to make
final proof in rapport of her claim and that said
proof -will be made before the Register and Re-
- a i tt o t i nn:.. t v.jt. Tit
culver ol u.u u. o uuiu uuiw ui nuiui xauiu?,
Neb., on Nov. 13th, 1SS3, viz; Annie S. Guthrie
who mado homestead entry No. oifet ior the eonth
half of the northeast quarter and tho south half
of thojiorthwest quarter section 23, township 14,
ranee 32. She names tho following -witnesses to
Tirovft her continuous residence nnon and culti
vation of said land, viz: G. H. Sisson. Thomas
Grady, Thomas Anderson and Doujdas Brown, all
oimcuois, xeo. n. jh. vjj,ijjjj,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Laud Office at North. Platte, Neb., )
Sept. 24th, 1885.
Notice is hereby given that tho following.
named setuer has filed notice of his intention to
mnkft 'finil liroof in snrnort of Ms rlnT, ntifJ
tliat said jroof will be mado before the Rejrister
and Receiver of the U. S. Land CXEce at North
Platte, Neb., on Nov. 10th, 1SS5, viz: Stephen ila-
lone wuo made liomesteaa entry iSo. 127Sfor tho
southeast quarter section 21, township 17. range
23 west in Nebraska. He names die following
witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz: M. S. Mcllnl-
Ien of Logan, Neb., Daniel M. Swisher and W. II.
Richardson of Arnold, Neb., and W. F. Campbell
of Garfield, Neb. H. M. Gbdtes,
U. S. Land Office, North Platte, Neb., )
Sept. 17Ui, 1SS5. 5
Complainthaving been entered attlus office by
George A. Van lnnegen against SithE. Farrell
for abandoning his homestead entry No. 57115,
dated Sept. 20th, 18S4, upon tho northeast quarter
section 10, township 9, range 34, in Lincoln
county, Nebraska, with a view to tho cancellation
of eaid entry; the said parties aro hereby sum
moned to appear at this office on the 23d day of
November, 18S5, at 9 o'clock a. m., to respond and
furnish testimony concerning said alleged aban
donment. H. M. Grimes,
W. G. Lemo;?, At ty., North Platte, Nob. .
U. S. Land Office, North Platte, Neb.,
Sept. lGth 1S85.
Complaint having been entered at this office by
Thurber Harvey against George W. Rose for
abandoning his homestead entry No. 0537, dated
March 14th, lbij. upon the west half of the north
east quarter and tho west half of tho southeast
quarter section 20, township 11 north, range 34
west in Lincoln county, Nebraska, with a view to
the cancellation of said entry; the said parties
are hereby summoned to appear at this office on
tho 21st day of November. 1SS5, at U o'clock a.
in., to respond and furnish testimony concern
ing said alleged abandonment
S5-t5 II. M. Gmjies, Register.
TJ. S. Land Office, North Platte, Neb.,
Sent. 14th, 1SS5.
Complaint Iiaving been entered at this office by
William E. Knieht acainst Oliver C. Sherdian for
nbandoninghis homestead entrjNo.3023.dated Au-
Knst 13th. 1SS3. uoon the southeast Quarter section
8, township 12 north, nintw west, in Lincoln
connty.Neb.,with a view to Uie cancellation of said
entry; the said parties aro hereby summoned to
apiiear at this office on tho 2tth day of November,
1K33, at a a. m. to responu anu lurniii testimony
concerning said alleged abandonment.
35-C H. M. Grimes, Register.
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It- will change grafaded, or sandy
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Ottice at Korth Platte. Neb., ?
September tth. 1833. f
Notiqp is hereby given that tho following-named
settlor has tiled notice of his intention to make
final proof in support of ins claim, and that said
iftKi wiit Ik- niaae oeiore tne iter.T-ter anu ite-
ceivcr of tho U. S. 1-md Othco at lorth Platte,
Aon., on Uctowr IbUi, 1SH., viz: Wiilson V. rur
nish who filed pre-emption declaratory statement
No. 37k) for the north half of tho southeast quar
ter and tho north half of tho southwest quarter
section -I, town 9, range 0. ile names the fol
lowing witnesses to provo hi3 continuous resi
dence upon and cultivation of snid land, viz:
W. C. Elder. J. Lindy, W. H. Davice and W. Bas
kani, ail of Medicine, Nebraska.
t-0 II. M. Grebes, Register.
CHAS. F. IDDINGS
Succeeding CASH & IDDINGS.
gAll Lumber, &cM delivered free within City limits.
Office and yard one block west of .Railroad Hotel,
Successor to LcFils & Streitr.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
LandOIKco at North Platte, Neb., ?
fieptembcr f-th, 1-sS. )
Notice is hereby gi von t lint the folJowimt-named
settler has tiled notice of her intention to mako
final proof in support of her claim, and Uiat said
proof will b? mado before tho Hojrister aad Re
ceiver of thoTJ. S. Land OiSco at North Platte,
Neb., on October 2Sth, 1-WT, viz: 'linuie King who
mado pre-emption declaratory statemrnt No. 5.rtl
for tho northwp;t quarter of so-.-tion 51, triwnship
17, raufje 25 west. Sho names tho following wit
nesses to provo her continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land viz: J. H. Blanvelr, Chas.
W. Parker. C. E. Gordon and Peter Nelson, all Df
And you, Peter O. Butte, who tiled prM)ir,ption
declaratory Rtatoment No. SU37, J my 1, l&t, for
tho fame laud will also appear at the same time
and place, and show cause, if any, why proof
should not bo mado in accordanco with above no
tice. SUJ BT. M. Greiiks, llegistor.
NOTICE TIMBER CULTURE.
U. S. Land Office, North Platte, 'ib )
AuKutt t:4th, lvT.. J
Complaint havinpr bfen ente- id at this otlice by
Viltj.A3I JIills aRainft Joiik 3Ias3EN'
for failure to comply with law as to timber
culture entry No. -MMl, dated .Tidy 1, 1S41, upon
tho northeast quarter f-ectio;i i), township 13,
ranjjo 2, in Lincoln coiTty, Nebraska,
with a view toUie cancellation of Miid entry; con
testant alleging that said John Hanson failed to
break live acres or any part of t-nid tract since
date of entry, and that there aro no improvements
on snid land the said parties aro hereby sum
moned to appear at this office on tho l-ith day
of October, 18S5, at 9 o'clock a. in., to respond
and furnish testimony concerning snid alleged
failure. ii. M. Gitiiins, itegistcr.
W. C. Lemox, Attorney. 32-6t
are Agents for the Celebrated
Mound City Mixed Paints.
T. A. NIXON,
LemoiiSj Cakes, Jumbles, Crackers;
TWO SODA APPARATUSES RUNNING IN FULL BLAST.
' A full line of Stationery,
Embracing blank books, pass books, pens, pencils, pen holders, Etc., Etc.
Obtained for mechanical devices,
compounds, designs and labels.
All preliminary examination as to
patentability of inventions, free.
Instructions how to secure patents
sent free on application.
LOUIS BAGGER &C0.,
Solicitors of Patents,
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
NOTICE FOT PUB LIGATION.
Land Oflice at N6rth Platte, 2Teb., ?
Aucust 20, 1SS4.
Notico is hereby given that tho following-
named settler has hleu notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim and that
said proof will be made before the Uegister and
Receiver at North Platte, Neb., on Oct. tih, 1SS.1,
viz: Richard F. Shieifls.who tiled pre-emption de
claratory statement No. 4A1 for tho ponthwest
ouaiter of tho northwest quarter section 23 and
tne southeast quarter of the northeast quirter and
tne uortn iiail ot tho southeast quarter section 32,
town 20. ninsro 3."i west. He namc3 tnefollowinc
witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz: Frank Williams,
John Livincston, llarry iJawjer, llarry Ilopkins;
all of .Logan, Aeb. II. M. liitians,
Groceries, Butter and Eggs and a fine slock c Cigars, Tobaccos, &c.
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IN DISTRICT COURT OF LINCOLN
Gi;or.GE II. ScirAitMAX.Pliintiff Petition
vs. y for
Jexsie ScirAitJiA, Defendant ) Divorce
Jennie Scliarman, defendant, will take
notice that on the 18th dav of September.
1S85, George II. Scliarman, plaintiff here
in, tiled his petition in the district court
of Lincoln count', Nebraska, against said
defendant, the object and prayer of which
is to be divorced from said defendant on
the ground of adulter' committed by said
defendant with one Charles Oumce, at
North Platte, Nebraska, on the 1st day of
April, 1834, at the residence of this plain-
tik, and for such other relief as equity
may require. .
You arc required to answer said
petition on or before the 2Gth da' of Oc
Dated September 18th, ISSo.
Geokge H. SciiAKjrA- Plaintiff.
By J. "Y. Bixi.eu, Attorney.
CERE Full THE DEAF.
Peck's Patent Improved GnsU Ear Brcas
Perfectly restore the hearing, and perform tho
work of the natural drum, always in position, hut
mvisime to others anu comfortable to wear. AU
conversations and even whispers heard distinctly.
Wo refer to those using them. Send for illustrated
book containing testimonials free. Address
S1J Broadway, Nsw Yonn.
Mention this paper.
itier Uh i'i M k
The tmprecelentcd merit .md success of Ely's
Cream Ralm a real cure for catarrh, hav fever.
and cold in tho head ha3 induced many adven
turers to place catarrh mixlicino bearintr soma re-
semblanco in appearance, style or name upon tho
market, in order to trade upon tho reputation of
Ely's Cream Ralm. Many in your immediate lo
cality will testify in Inchest commendation.
Don't be deceived. Buy only Ely's Cream Balm.
A particle is applied in each nostril: no pain:
agreeable to use. Price fifty cents; of druggists.
KIYIL, lECIIANICAL, AND MINING
j 2 iiL2miilIS Lt, ATTIIE ItEXSSELAEK
Polytechnic Institute, Tkoy, N. Y.
Tlie oldest nncineerinc echool in America.
Next term begins Sept. 13th. Tho Itejdster for
1SS3 contains a list of tho eraduateH for the oast
61 years, with their poeitionsjalio course of btudy,
requirements, etc. Address
da v ixj ji. uitr.r.iM, director.
T!o visit our store, in McDonald's block, and
I inspect the goods in stock.
P. J. CONWAY.
H. S KEITH.
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