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STEVENS BABE,Editohs a-d Props.
SATDBDA.7, JUNE, 12 1886.
Dr. Winer's dental rooms over Keliher's
UrWck kas commenced work on his
brick ti mm. Pront street.
Marin!- critics complain that
opera Jbswn piano is oat of tune.
WerkateB commenced laying the
foaadattaa ef the Grady block Thursday.
"Cyidr t' day" at the 31. E. church
to-somnr. Sermon to the children in the
moraiag jr tke pastor, and concert in the
ereaiag by tke school.
a -t .
a. pwMKn wito has traveled quite
exte&Mvely tkrough the country west of
us lately, says that crops everywhere are
lookiag alee, but the finest are in the west
part of Tlacnln county.
The picked nine didn't get away with
tke Kftaa they confidently expected to
MilMlJpsfte Svnday last, the score
PWtted niae 14, Kids 17, Kids
havigg ae taning to play. As we re
mark eil Ac toys arc as lively as kittens.
"W mmm before referred to the fact
tkat thc paaplc of Gothenburg should feel
proud of tkair local papertthe Independent
iinz imwmg the best that reaches this
office. Jt'aspund all points except
one it supports Van Wk. We hope it
will fret orer that
Cards are out announcing the mar
riage ofJiss Minnie Belton and Mr.
YmTlIiJklcI)j ) aal d, the ceremony to take
place at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Jaaes Belton "Wednesday evening tlie
ltk iastat 5 o'clock. The Tmhcxe in
advaace exteads congratulations.
Ullliam Miller, an early settler in
North Platte, and father of Mrs. M. ILj
Kelley of tkis city, and who died at Stock
ville o Weesday, was brought here and
buried oa yesterday. Rev. Vessels con
ducted the funeral services.
Elsewhere will be found the card of
Day & Watts, attorneys and counselors at
OgaUala. We havn't the pleasure of Mr.
Wattt's personal acquaintance, but Mr.
Day is well known to our people, and they
trust ke will ind his new occupation much
raore remunerative than publishing a
Having just finished one on the north
pido 10(1 .feet deep, for engineer C. L.
Black, 3Ir. Belton is putting down an
artesian well for Russell "Watts, expecting
to get through the bed rock in this case at
about eighty feet. Joe Fillion has charge
of the work and is becomiug quite an
expert in driving the pipe. There should
be more of these wells, as they furnish a
pure soft water.
S. II. Barrett, agent for Sells Bros
circus, gave us a pteasaat call Tkursday
morning. Anticipating his businesswc
immediately retired to the autc-roomvof
our coflua odious sancim and put on our
iron-clad check 7 bat it was unnecessary.
Mr. B. de less ia an agreeable, war.
a very -goo a isties ii tke. war tewaoie
show k c'oaducted.
Last Wednesday Uncle James Small
wood finished burning a brick kiln
contaiaing 75,000 brick. He has another
kiln nearly ready which contains the same
amount which will be fired next week. AH !
C. C. Hawkins has been visiting friends
in Lincoln during the week.
Dr. Buckworth made a trip to Grand
Island and Hastings on Tuesday and
Ira L Bare of The Tribune, has been
in attend:ince at the musical festival in
Omaha this week.
John L. Means, of Grand Island, was in
the city Thursday. Mr. Means will be
one of the bidders for the north river
Dr. Holbrook represented the North
Platte lodge A. O. TJ. W. at tlie organiza
tion of the State Grand lodge in Grand
Island this week.
Mrs. Hupfer, accompanied by the
younger children, Mollie and Henry,
started 3Ionday on a protracted visit to
friends in Missouri and Illinois.
T. 31. Cohagen and P. B. Burgo have
located homesteads on White Horse Creek
six miles due north of the city For
health and wealth, there is nothing like
tilling the soil.
G. A. Hess, who has had charge of Mr.
Foley's feed department so long, is taking
a brief lay-oil, too much hard work and
close attention to business having im
paired his health.
R. D. Thomson came up from Plum
Creek early in the week to make plans
and specifications of the Lutheran church
and other structures. R. D. is .Norm
Platte's favorite architect.
K. X. Peterson, one of the prosperous
farmers of Wild Horse valley, was iu the
city yesterday. He reports all Kinds 01
crops in his neighborhood looking very :
fine in fact could not look better.
Carl Pierce was on our streets this wck
shaking hands with all his old friends,
having just returned from a six mouths
trip to Mexico, California and other
poiuts. He will resume his occupation
of conducting a traiu again.
H. H. Blakesly arrived home Wednes
day evening after a successful photograph
ing expedition in Keith county. He will
soon start on another scout into the north
western part of the State, taking views of
tlie fine scenery in that section.
Dr. Holbrook the delegate from
North Platte, furnishes us the following
list of officers elected at the organization
of Grand Lodge A. O. U. W. Grand
master workmen. J. G. Tate, of Shelton ;
past grand master workmen, S. R. Patton,
;of Fremont; grand foreman, T. E. White,
!of Plattsmouth; grand overseer, II. W.
!Cole, of McCook ; grand recorder, H. M.
Warring, of Lincoln ; grand receiver, W.
R. McAllister, of Grand Island: grand
guard, S. II. Bulwer, of Valentine ; grand
watch, S. S. Kaufinanu, of Stroinsburg;
trustees, J.S. Miller, of Red Cloud; J. W.
Carrie, of Omaha; J. S. Johnson, of Su
perior; representatives to the supreme
grand lodge, S. R. Patton, of Fremont;.
Rev. J G. Tate, of Shelton: J. W. Carr,of
(JJtMLi. The next meeting will be held
. At the moeting of the board of educa
tion this week it was apparent from the
assessors returns that a reduction
of pe o'yr 'the ndLstrkrt" 4ks
coming year was imperatively demauded, '
the assessed valuation being so much
lower than in any year previous. The :
estimated amount to run the schools is
about $12,000, $1,000 for building and j
repair tuna, l,UUU tor meeaeutals, .uuu
The Low Assessment.
The assessor's returns are now all in,
and as foreshadowed in the Tribuxe some
time since, the valuation is very low. The
returns we believe have not been accu
rately footed, but it is believed the aggre
gate will not be much over $1,200,000, or
more than $300,000 less than last year.
This is not owing to the decrease in prop
erty, as a comparison of last year's returns
show, but to the very low valuations fixed
by assessors, in some cases nearly one-half
of that of last year. This complicates
county finances considerably, especially
the general fund, upon which the bulk of
county expenses falls, and may seriously
impair the credit of the county. That
there has been a health- growth in ma
terial wealth during the past year is ap
parent to an' one who is conversant with
the development of the county. The
population has largely increased ; a large
number of new school districts have been
created and eight or ten new votiug pre
cincts. In fact, everything indicates an
increase iustead of a decrease in wealth.
As a rule, we should not complain of a
low assessment, but in this case the county
will lose more than it will gain.
Uuder these circumstances it is evident
the general fund cannot possibly redeem
outstanding certificates and pay current
expenses, and warrants are likely to be
greatly depreciated thereby. In order to
save the credit of the county as much as
possible the commissioners should make
it known that they will submit a proposi
tion at the next election to fund the float
ing indebtedness, a step that would greatly
strengthen general fund warrants and in
fact all countv securities.
T. J. FOLEY.
Good Goods. I
The wind mill and tress
school house is quite an
that part of the city. "
It will pay any lover of aataM to fS t
the corner of Chestnmt ass! 4
to see those beautiful tress 1kml ilaaa
Kelly planted (now the st swSjrljf Dick
Osborne) eight years ass, a
ment to his memory,
Wonder if the loviag fssssss whs
stroll beneath the gratefslaljwsirSBssT
the south side of the ckyiniTssJil. ef
Peniston and Miller who j4sisdl'them,
(thetrees.uot the lovers.) Oa the eoraor ef
Locust and Sixth .streets csM -hssessa
tree that cost A. J. Miller fSfe
W. T. Chad wick has the hsstafosect
of any in this city for" as occhassV asd'the
greatest variety of trees.- ;&
"Wonder why some os jjaMft keep a
good quality of bales! hafsjst nttea
inside? Here is an eaters, mat will
pay, considering the
have in this vicinity.
I noticed B. C. Loudoa, X
and B. C. Wilson
were in town this week. Tkjj feosght
agricultural implements asA.iefort crops
fine in their part of the coaatjr. -
John Frederic! brings fresh, vegetables
ia the citv even' mcamiar, bf fa ' att,e
sale, the majority of oar pyfrjSp sesa
insr to CmwdL BIu! "'"iSiCafe
home industry jgmngemeut
are sold to be used in the numerous brick J a year for coal, and the balance, $0,400,
buildlncs now in nrocess of erection. for teachers wanes. It was estimated
On Tuesday niuety-eight entries were
made at the land office and s;2,000 in cash
remitted to Washington. The prospective
repeal of the pre-emption and timber
claim laws is the chief cause of this lively
there would be 4,000 from licenses, and
to raise the remainder by taxation would
require a levy of about fifteen mills, an
amount the board did not feel justified in
makiup". Under these circumstances
w:is proposed to reduce teachers wa
If Mil and Mm
i Groceries and Provisions.
iVi nor mnntli in tlir nrmriTVil ;iw1 51(1
Mr. Walah has commenced moving I per mouth on each subordinate, effecting
the building occupied by Streitz's drug j a saving of about $2,000. There will be
store, preparatory to the erection of a ten months school in the citv aud six
brick block for M. C. Keith. During the months in the countrv districts.
building operations, Mr. Streitz will
occupy the room next to Keliher's hard
ware store, with his heavy goods such as
oils, paints, c
A couple of well trained bears were
exhibited on the streets the front part of
the week and afforded considerable
amusement for boys and others. The
animals were of the cinnamon species and
when staading upright on their hind legs
were over six feet tall.
The need of merit for promoting
personal aesthetics is due to J. C. Aver &
Co. whose incomparable Hair Vigor is a
universal beautifier of the hair. Harmless,
effective agreeable, it has taken rank
among the indespensible articles of the
toilet. To scanty look it gives luxuriance;
and withered hair it clothes with the hue
At the meeting of the city council
Wednesday evening several ordinances
were passed, which appear elsewhere,
and some routine business discussed.
William Hinton presented a petition for a
saloon license; M. C. Keith was given
permission to place the old woden build
ings that he is mo-iug from the corner of
Sixth and Spruce in the street during the
time he is building the brick block on the
corner. A ditch was ordered cut across
Sixth street to drain the slough in the
west part of the city.
There will be a game of base
ball at the fair grouuds this after
noon between the North Piattesand
a picked nine. It will be warmly
contested and some fine plavin- is
T. J. FOLEY.
Straighten the Streets.
Ed Tuibcxe: North Platte has now a
e thousand inhabitants.
m -r . . T. .
s aiding uranciiea.TK
t .1 1 yi ' a
uus Aouerson punrj
Arabian steed that accounts,"
The city marshal is constructclf a ditch
on Poplar street to carrysstaater for
seven streets. mP-
If a few weeds were efestssyed is the
cast end school house, yard H sraald add to
the appearance very much. ;
L. Farrington has .a larfer variety of
shrubbery and flowers thaaiBMwt yards in
the citv. "
John Phillips has a Catwpa' tree in
has a aew -raada to his
liorn on June 4th, to )irf and Mrs. T
M. Cohagan a twclrs Jjg&tpy- Pop
doing nicelv and will siirWeV
Professor Allwinc will ht a residence
on east Second street. "$v
A general moving of leases U required
on east Second street by thesky council.
The quiet of last Sabbath"as broken
by several fights on DutchylTsts. To
much beer. Keep yoar '.breather eve
peeled City Marshal. " 4
David Day is building a hogsc on east
Fifth street. '
The sidewalk on Pof4rtreet
between Front and Sixti stMefs .iidly
out of repair. Hop ' hepst hi
proper shajic shortly.
One of the finest housef4h' the osthe;t
nart of the citr is Mrs. Haw
, It woaW wke " hiajtgTuTir' tke
Ross' "truck patch" In the feast Bart of the
city. Charlev is as much at home in the
garden as he is with the transit.
Our worthy ex-Mayor, J. D. Wilson, is
making a great many improvements on
his property on First street.
The ladies (God bless the ladies) of
North Platte take more Interest in beauti
fying their homes that the gents judging
from the fact that every morning they
may be seen at work among flowers and
trees. This is intended for early risers.
John Owens on east Third street has a
new fen';e, something rather new in the
. If it wasn't yery scientific, it
was one of the most interesting
played during the season, that game
of base ball between the merchants
and lawyers last Saturday. The
lawyers came off victors by a score
of nine to eight. Characteristic of
the profession, they played it pretty
sharp wrung in a cold deck on the
boys as it were, in the person of
"Judge" B of Hastings, who
proved to be an expert iu disguise.
The merchants had a notion to file
a demurrer, but concluded it was
best to sell for cash and small
Hay Men go to Keliher's if you
need a Hay Stacker and examine "the
sells the Champion I lav
The Lutherans are making prepara
tions to build their church edifice on
the lot east of the parsonage. It will be
40xG0, fronting on Sixth street. The
waMs will be twenty feet high, bell tower population of thre
twelve feet square projecting six teet to . jth her graded streets and other
the front,aud a pastor's study at the north- improvements, would it not be a irood
west corner. R. D. Thompson is prepar- j time to call the city's attention tothe
ing the plans and specifications. j streets in Peniston's and Miller's additions. 1 wllich was accepted.
For constitutional or scrofulous catarrh, : Standing in North Platte proper and j Alteration iu road No. 11 asked for by
and for consumption induced bv the looking south from anv street vou will i k"npl!jh. and others is-hereby ordered
County Commissioners Proceedings.
North Platte June 8, 1886.
The commissioners of Lincoln county
Neb., merTnregular-session as.a-board of
equalization. Present Wm. ITabartt and
James Belton, commissioners, and J. E.
Joseph Daugh, justice of the peace for
Deer Creek precinct, returned his docket
also the compiled laws of 1831 and session
laws of 1883, and offered his resignation,
The Deerinff Steel Twine Binder.
I desire to call the attention of farmers
to this first class harvesting machine now
on exhibition at my shop and of which I
have a large supply on hand. If not the
best, it is one of the best machines in the
market, having stood the practical test of
years. Nearly all the parts being of
steel, it combines lightness with great
strength and power to endure the roughest
usage. I have one of these model
machines now set up aud invite everybody
to call and see it. It will take pleasure in
showing how it works at any time.
I also have a large stock of mowers and
haying machines of the same manufacture,
the very best that is made.
Prices very low and terms easy if
desired. Cali and see me.
The weather durinsr the week
has been drv and quite warm, with
prevailing winds rrom the southeast.
The hottest day was yesterday ( Fri
day), when the mercury at the sig
nal office stood at 90 degrees. The
lowest point reached by the mercury
was 49 degrees on Sunday last. The
huiniditj has been about an average,
60 degrees. As we go to press the
indications point to rain: barometer
very low, 29.40, slightly cloudy,
with a gentle southeast wind. If
rain comes it will be local, as there
is no general storm prevailincr.
i There was apparentlv quite a heavy
ram norm ana norm west rnuay
If you need a Hay Kake call on
Keliher and examine his goods.
The best Mowing Machine in the
world is the OsnonxE, and Keliher has
the agency for this machine in this vicinity.
There were some thirty or forty
applications filed with the secretary
of the board of education for the
positions of teachers in this district
during the coming school year, but
the decision of the board to reduce
salaries will probably cause a num
ber of withdrawals. The election
of teachers was therefore deferred
until applicants should have an od
portunity to learn of the cut in
wages. The secretary will then
call a meeting to elect teachers.
The June rise in the rivers
reached this point early in the week,
and the rivers are now quite full, the
north oae especially. Tnoee desiring
iid-for4mildin' purpog.T enddeate
found their supply cut short. Of
late years in the South Platte, high
water does not last long, being
largely taken out by the irrigating
canals in Colorado.
Things have been rather quiet
in police circles this week, the ar
rests of last week having apparently
had a salutary effect.
Two men who formerlv lived in
the eastern part of the county were
arrested Monday charged with horse
stealing. It turned out to be a mis
take, the charge was withdrawn and
matters amicably settled.
Thacker sells the
Celebrated Rubber Paint.
Now is the time to get a refrigerator
cheap at Conway & Iveith's.
see houses standing in the streets. Whv
Good Enough for Chicago.
The editor of the Chicago Daily Herald
has been to the Sells Brothers' Circus,
and this is what he has got to say about it:
"If there is one virtue above all others
which, when found in a circus manager
should be extolled to the skies, that virtue
is caqdor. That virtue is found In the
Sells Brothers, who, strange as the state
ment may appear to those" in the habit of
reading circus literature, advertise merely
what they kave, and exhibit exactly what
they advertise. Their show now" on the
Lake Froat, si the usual spot, foot of
3f adlsoa street, is a good one and the
thenwands of people who packed the tents
yesterdav appear to think so."
Tho Big Show will be hero Tuesday
discharges, and remove the sickening , years when we will have three railroads
. 1 1 T ? 3a t 1 - I
oaer oi tne Dream, wuicn are inuicauons . aim ien uiousana population, and the lots
of scrofulous origin. I occupied by costly buildings. The citv
The following are the offlcersof Platte i,uutr are coraiauy invited to exauline
' the subject.
Valley-Lodge No. 32 A. F. & A. M. elected
J. 1. Nesbitt, W.M.
Samuel Goozee, S. W.
jTBTWilson J. W.
P.J. Gilman, Treas.
Geo. R. Hammond, Secy.
W. M. Iliumau, Sen. Steward.
G. W. Finn, Juu. Steward.
Emmett Hammond, Tyler.
Frank Riordan, Trustee.
A special meeting is called for June 24th
Should one take atrip through the
Wild Horse Valley, he will soon be
convinced that this is no desert. Small
rain never looked better in Illinois or
Iowa. Cm is up. and of thousands of i about to be taken to appeal from
acres, there appeared only one small Held j the decision of Miss Honu in fixin"-
1.1. mi. ... ...
uu tne Liui reported to tlie Uounty : assessment of L. J..re in nt
ni i , .... .'
I Ol-L- ri1t om.. ,J..11.1 .i 1. f
from the several school districts ou
account of the formation of new
districts and division of school
property. He reports District No. 1
indebted to outside districts in the !
sum or. This an?e
amount arises from an overestimate
of the school property of No. 1.
Miss Honn estimated the property
of Xo. 1 at $42,525, and this valua
tion was fixed before the two new
school houses were built. Steus are
scrofulous taint, Aver's Sarsaparilla is the
true remedy. It has cured numberless j should not these streets be straightened"? Adjourned to meet Wednesday June
cases. It will stop the nauseous catarrh ; It will be cheaper now than in a few I l&SC.
North Platte June 9th 1886.
The board of county commissioner met
pursuant to adjournment Present Wm.
Hubartt, Joseph Hershey and James
Belton commissioners, and J. E. Evans,
The board were ifldinr.. ifgxin::
o fiditjftil '
other work conneoui th amT Fita sirs&ij?
a board of equalizatm'it4S&.
The following changes anaIterations
were made. f
Longly and Foley, s sec. 19 tps. Y
range 0, reduced from J&l.GO per acre to
25 cents per acre.
P. Walsh, lot 8, block 141, reduced
from 450 to $:3o0.
Assessment of U. P. shops, machinery,
&c, reduced from oO.OGOto $25,366, npon
the sworn statement of S. T. Smith,
general superintendent, which is attached
to return made by assessor.
John Hawley, household goods reduced
from 4o0 to 3")0.
Adjourned till Juno 10th.
North Platte, June 10, 188C.
The board of county commissioners met
pursuant to adjournment Present, Wm.
Hubartt, Joseph Hershey aad-Jamcs Bel
ton, commissioners, and J. E. Evans i
clerk. . ' j
T. T. Marcott is hereby appointed a j
j ...... w iuc pc.twe iur rrcbuuu jirecinct
and bond approved.
J. S. Hoagland has made arrangements
with eastern capitalists whereby" he can
loan money on improved farms in this and
adjoining counties at a reasonable rate of
interest. Ollice room IU Keith's block.
NOTICE TO TEACHERS.
At a special meeting of the Board of
Education of this city held on the 11th
iu?t, the salaries of ail teachers for the
next year were reduced as follows: Prin
cipal of schools from $123 to $ 110 per
month, and all other teachers in the
district, f 10 each per month from the
present rates paid. The necessity for this
reduction is caused by the extraordinary
depreciation in the assessed valuation of
property in tlie district, which would
materially cripple the district's finances if
the present salaries were continued.
By order of the Board of Education.
W. W. Conki.ix, Secy.
THE STAR CLOTHING HOUSE
is to close out its entire stock. Now is
the time to buy fine goods cheap.
If You Believe
a cash grain market will encourage home
produce buv from I. Lamplugh and help
to establish. No. 13, East Sixth street.
We still have a few of those justly
famed "Quick Meal" Gasoline Stoves.
Conway & Keith.
Fiftv thousand dollars to loan on real
estate." Call on J. S. Hoagland room 13,
Fulmer Brothers do good work at
For bed rock prices call at the North
PlATTE LUMHEK YaKD.
If von want anything iu the mower or
reaper line call" on John Otterstedt, who
has a complete outfit of hajmaking and
harvesUng machinery, of the latest
improved patterns. Go aud see hini and
inspect his implements any way, whether
you want to buy or not.
A light, strong and durable 3Iowing
Machine is what is needed in this country
and the Osborne fills the bill. Sold by
at the Star Clothing House, for ladies,
children, men and boys, are going -for a
song at the great closing out sale.
On last Wednesday at tlie Mylander
school house a revolver. Owner can have
the same by calling at this office, proving
property and paying for this notice.
Red and roan calf six weeks old. A
liberal reward will be paid for return of
the same to C. L. Wood.
Pre-emption and homestead final
receipts are as good as a patent from the
government, if the party has resided upon
and cultivated his la'nd in gotd faith.
Call on J. S. Hoagland room 13 Keith's
block for loans on such lands.
Attend the Sacrifice Sale at
the Star Clothing House.
Goods must be sold. Now is
the time to buy.
Money to loan
and city property.
ou improved farms
T. C. Patterson.
The ladies' favorite is the "Quick
Meal" casoline stove sold by Conwav &
Thacker has his soda fountain ruuning,
the fountain being supplied by coolness
from the artic regions.
'69. Seventeenth Tear. '86.
HEAVY AND SHELF
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION.
OUR STOCK OF
Is the Largest in Western
Low Prices: '
FlFTU AND SPKITCK ST9.
Paint your house with Rubber Paint
the Best Paint in the world-
J. Q. Thackee, Agt.
Special Bargains in the fol-
lowing town lots, viz:
Lots 1, 2i 3, 4, 0, 6, 7 and 8 Block 89.
Lots 3, -!, 5 and 6, block 50.
Lots 1, 2 and 3, block 49.
Lots 1 and 2, block 71.
Terms to suit purchaser.
A. D. Buckworth
ORDINANCE NO. 50. "
Cheap at Conway & Keith'S.
In these warm dusty days there is
nothing so refreshing as a glass of pure
soda water. For the best aud coolest in
the city go to Thackers.
Having concluded to go out of business,
my stock now on hand will be sold at
prices it brings. Now is the time to buy.
Goods will be sold by the yiird or made
into suits to order.
A. P. CutT-sox,
Talk about the Medes aad Persians,
but the place to get a nice glass of mead
is at Tliacker's.
Rolntiag to bideralks.
Be it ordained by the Mayor and Council
of the City of North Platte.
Section 1. That a sidewalk bo constructed on
the joath side of Sixth street, beginning at
Spruce street and extendinjr east to the city
limits. Said sidewalk to be rive feet foar inches
wide, bailt of two-inch pine plank, laid on three '
stringers and securely spiked.
Sec. 2. Said sidewalk shall be bailt by the own
ers of lots abutting upon said soath side of Sixth
btreet between Spruce street and city limits, sub
ject to the approval of tho street commiseionor,
and if said sidewalk is not built within thirty
days from the passage of this ordinance, then the
street commissioner shall have the same contsruct
ed. and take tho proper steps to collect the same
from the owner of lots abutting upon said side
walk. Sec. 3. This ordinance shall t&be effect and be
in force from and after its rimign aad publica
tion according to law.
Approved: Q. B. ILuafoxD,
State of Nebraska. Lincoln Coaaty.
I. C. C. Hawkins, clerk of tb eky of North -Platte,
do hereby certify that the foregoinjc iaa
uw uj u. uu; ouniiuM imnnwim bow oa lue in
ay omee, aad taat it was i
aad apftoiwi by the
The best and cheapest
Conway & Keith's.
The syrups used by Thacker in his
soda water are the purest manufactured,
flavored by extracts of equal purity.
Fulmer Brothers are doing the best
artistic decorating aud paper hanging
at 25 cents.
Bucklin's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in tho world for cuts,
bruises, sore, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblaius,
corns and all skin eruptions, aud positive
ly cures piles, or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 2o ceuts per
box. For sale by Gray & Co.
Fou Sale Extra Bargain A Umber
Claim in township lu X, range 32 W.
A. D. "Buckwokth.
Notice to the Public
A report having been circulated around
town that I am ageut for a certain party,
this is to notify the public that I am going
into business wholly and entirely on my
own account: I am agent for no person or
persons. J. W. II inton.
North Platte. June oth, 18S.".
"We the undersigned will not be respon
sible for the payment of any building
material used or labor performed on the
North Platte Brewery unless ordered by
ourselves. Distei. & Kkicksox. "
auror ta Ma iar S Jaaa,
J ISfv f r -
-j wcmBM jpr -
T, X. DAT.
J. a. WATTS.
DAY & WATTS,
Attorneys :-: and :-: Counselors,
Choice Lands for sale. Collections prompt
ly attended to. Contest cases before
the U. S3. Land Office given special
allala. - KTo1fc
ORDINANCE NO. 51.
with a poor stand. Improvements are
going on wherever you go. Fences are
being built, prairie broken and houses
erected. Though many frame houses are
being put up "the majority are sod. I
know of parties who come from eastern
cities, accustomed to city conveniences,
who prefer the sod house. They are
warm in Winter, and cool in summer. One
is surprised to $o into one of these
dwellings and find the inmates playing
classical music on grand square pianosT
Rasmusson, Anderson, Grandien, and
Odencrantz, all have comfortable homes.
Those who were injured by the recent
fires, Messrs. Leaf, Nelson." Kraxberger
and others, are repairing their losses'.
Our furniture building was moved this
week and for a time we were slightly
disarranged, but we are now straightened
around again and are ready to show furni
ture. Coxwat & Keith.
A race between horses owned
by James Noble and George Vaughn
at the fail grounds Wednesday
attracted considerable attention
among lovers of fast horses. The
stake was sufficient to make things
interesting, aud the Noble horse
gracefully earned off the swag.
Headed by the North Platte
band, the Knights of Labor turned
out Tuesday night to welcome Mas
ter Workman Neasham, who ar
rived from the east on the ten Schmalzried has the finest line of
o'clock train. The distinguished ! P'P0? in ciy, and the best smokers
You will lose money if you buy with
out calling on C. E. Gunnell of the Noktii
Platte Lumber Yakd.
sold cheap at the last closing out sale at
Star Clothing House.
Shopmen and Others.
The board of count- commissioners is
now in session as a board of equalization
of assessments, and will be iu session in
that capacitv for the convenience of
shopmen on this Saturday afternoon,
grievances or forever hold your peace.
By order of the Board.
Jon.v E. Lvaxs, Countv Clerk.
A good span of mares and a wagon,
or address Triiiune Okkick.
Cheap Coal Oil.
150 Test Oil 20 cents.
175 Teat Head Light 2-1 cents.
G. R. Hammond.
Another lot of Wall Paper and Decor
ations received at Thackers.
Ordinance to amend ordinance Xo. 4 of the m
vised ordinances of the city of North Platte,
entitled an ordinance fixing the salary cf city,
Be it ordained by the Jfayor and Council -ofth"
City of North Platte.
Section 1. That section one of ordinance No. 4
of the revised ordinances of the city of North
Platto be amended to read as follows. That tho
salaries of city officers aro hereby fixed at the
following amounts to wiU:
Mayor, one hundred dollars per year; coon di
mes, fifty dollars each per year; city clerk, two
honored dollars per year; city treasurer, two haa
drwi and fifty dollars per year; city attorney, two
hundred and fifty dollars per year; all of said
salaries to be pmd quarterly. Chief of police
and overseer of streets, sixty-five dollars per
month; policeman, forty-five dollars per month;
iaid salaries payable monthly. City engineer
four dollars per day for each day of actual service,
but not exceeding $200 per year.
Szc. 2. Section No. 1 of ordinance No. 4 is here
Sec. 3. This ordinance shall take effect and ba
in forco from and after its passage and publica
tion according to law.
Approved: G. R. IT.vamo?rD,
State of Nebraska, Lincoln County.
I. C. ('. Hawkin.", clerk of the city of North
Platte, do hereby certify that the forecoin is a
true copy of the original ordinance now on fiLj in
my office, and that it was parsed by tlie council
and approved by the mayor the Vth day of Jane.
l. s. c. C. Hawkins.
ORDINANCE NO. 52.
For Pipes, good Pipes and cheap, go
visitor was escorted to the lodge
room, wliere he gave some informa
tion relative to the work of the
For the best carriages, the best
wsgo.is, the best mowers, the beat
harvesters, and the best farm machines
generally call on John Otterstetjt.
NORTH PLATTE MARKETS.
SEI.I.INO 1'KICE. COKKi:CTK WEEKLY.
Corn, per cwt 60
Oats, " " 1J2.J
Chopped Feed, per cwt 95
Shorts, per cwt 90
Bran, " " 90
Plum Creek Patent 3.00
Other Nebraska brands 2.0U?o5a
BrTTZi: Fair. 20
Creamery, per box 50
Eggs, per dozen I2j.
Potatoes, per bushel, 6u
Beans, per bushel, 1.55
Cabbage, per lb 1 05
v mcKcns ".j to iJc i
Money to Loan In any quan
tity on all classes of good securities.
A. D. Buckworth.
Conway & Keith have the
cheapest and best.
A. D. BUCKWORTH,
NORTH PLATTE, NED. !
AO EXT FOE THE SALE OF
U. P. Ry. Lands and Town Lots,
Lincoln County, Neb.
Cood Results ih Every Case.
D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper dealer
of Chattanooga, Term., writes that he was
seriously afflicted with a severe cold that
had settled ou his lungs; had tried many
remedies without benefit. Bdng induced
to try Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, did so and was entirely cured
by use of a feu- bottles. Since which time
he has used it in his familv for all coughs
and colds with best results This is the
experience of thousands whose lives have
beeu saved by this wonderful discovery.
Trihl bottle free at Grav& Cos drug store.
Rotating to oidewalks.
Be it ordained bif the Mayor and Council
of the City of North Platte.
Sec. 1. That a sidewalk be ordered bailt on the
north side of Foarth strett. from Spruce street
it to the soathenst corner of block one hundred
and thirty-oevon (137) in the city of North Platte.
That said gidemik be constructed of two-inch
pine plank, five feet four inches wide and laid on
three strincers and securely spiked; that tho
owners of lot abutting upon suid oidewalk bo re
quired to construct eaid sidewalk within thirty
days from the passage of thia ordinance; that said
naewalk be built nndcr tho supervision and sub
ject to the approval of the overseer of streets, and
in the event taud lot warnere fail to eonnlruct said
sidewalk, as above provided, within thirty daya
from the passages of this ordinance, the same
ehall bo built by the overseer of xtreets and the
proper action brought to recover the cost of tho
eame from said lot owners.
Sec 2. This ordinance 8 hall take effect ami he
in force from and after iU paseagt) and publica
tion according to law.
Approved: G. 1L Haxscosd,
State of Nebraska, Lincoln County. i'oe.
L C. C. Hawkins, clerk of the city of North
Platte, do hereby certify tliat the forcsoiuK is a
true copy of the original ordinance now on nle in
my office, und that it was pasd by the conncil
1S$ nppruTC" "y the mayor the Oth day of June,
i- s. C. C Hawkm.
To all whom it may concern :
The petition of T. Lamplugh and othprs
to locate that part of road No. 11, running
quarterly across the northwest quarter oT
section 5, township 14, range 30, and to
establish a road commencing at the south
east comer of the northwest quarter of
section .", township 14, range 30 west,
thence along said qmirtor action lino
between sections o and C. township 14,
range 30, h.ts been favorably considered
and all objections thereto, or claims for
damages mtt be liled in the couutv clerk'
oflice on or before noon of the 12th day of
August 18S6, or such road will be altered
without reference thereto.
21-4 . J. E. Evjs. Countv Clerk.
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