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P. J. .CONWAY. H. $ KEITH.
CONWAY & KEITH
And all Articles Usually Found in a First-Class Hardware Store
A LARGE AND WELL-SELECTED
STOCK OF FURNITURE,
At Low Prices.
EAST SIXTH STREET,
NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
New Designs Just Received
In Gold and Silver.
Full Line Tobaccos and Cigars.
Guns and Sporting Goods.
Watch and Clock Repairing a Specially.
FINE ENGRAVING PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
P. H. M'EVOY, - - NORTH PLATTE.
THE PATTERSON WAGON SHOP
Has alwajs on hand new and second-hand Lumber and. Spring
Wagons, Blackboards and Buggies. Plows, narrows and all kinds of
Horse and Ox Shoeing and Blacksmithimr. I repair all kinds of
i rjiehinery, "Wagons, Carriages andFarmirfg Tools. I will order
repairs for kinds of mowers, reapers, hay rakes, etc. Agent for the
.CELEBRATED NEW BUCKEYE REAPERS & MOWERS,
All Kinds of Hay Rakes, Etc.
Also agent for the Celebrated Studebaker Road Wagons, Spring
Wagons, Buckboards and Buggies.
W. J. PATTERSON, NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
PACKARD & KING,
.General Land and Real Estate Agents,
3Slixro For Salo Clioico Bargains lax
FARMS, STOCK RANCHES AND TOWN PROPERTY.
Settlers located on tree claims, pre-emptions and homesteads. Good land
can yet be had convenient to town, to the railroad and the Platte river.
10 trouble to get water.
LIVERY, FEED AND
Horses Bought ,iH
M Ui cs to-
And Teams to Let
on Short Notice
is5S' And al Reasonable Eatss.
D. S. DICKINSON, Prop.
Locust Stkeet, Between Fifth and Sixth,
NORTH PLATTE, - - NEBRASKA.
Desirable Fanning Land
FOR SALE IN
RANGES 33 to
Lincoln and Keith Counties, Neb.,
and lying between the North and South Platte Rivers, on the line o the
Union Pacific Railway.
prices and Terms can be obtained on application at the office of
DILLON & COLLINS,
Miss Sara Jewett was at one time
a treasury girl at Washington.
A new postoffice in Ohio has
been named Folsom. Only love
letters will be mailed to that" point.
Senator Everett will deliver the
formal address at the installation of
Professor Dwight of Yale College.
The University of the City of
New York has received a gift of
100,000 for a medical school. The
name of the donor is withheld.
. The Law and Order Club has just
indicted a man in Louisville for
playing poker. Probably this is
the first time in the history of Ken
tucky where the devotee of the no
ble game has had his pleasure in
The organ of the Knights of La
bor in Chicago sensibly says: What
we need just now is good, skillful
leaders, selected not for their abili
ty to wag their jaws, but for their
good horse sense.
Henry Determan, of Cincinnati,
was wounded on board the Hartford
in 1SG3 at the time Admiral Farra
gut attempted to capture Yicks
burg. Last week Mr. Determan
had a bullet extracted from his side
which he has carried ever since the
James Gr. Blaine and Stephen B.
Elkius are members of the syndicate
which recently erected a new hotel
at Eureka Springs, Ark. Ex-Senator
Powell Clayton is the manager
of the resort.
Mr. Elliot Stock has secured the
wooden-work of the room in the
house at Dumfries in which Robert
Burns died, and will transform it
into book-covers for an edition of
the poet's works.
President and Mrs. Cleveland will
be in Albany during the bi-centen-nial
celebration, July 21st, leaving
on the following Saturday for the
Adirondacks. They will probably
be the guests of Governor Hill at
the Executive Mansion.
Crystalized violets at 8G a pound
are the very latest things in confec-
rose leaves are
Girls like to eat
also very popular.
flowers and will pay as high as $10 a
pound for some of the more expen
sive kinds. They are all brought
Mine. Eslie Dariar, who died at
Geneva a few days ago. could boast
that she saw France under the first
republic; saw General Bonaparte
leave Paris to command the army of
Italy; saw the allies occupy Paris;
lived through the second empire,
and saw the second republic.
Jessie Benton Fremont made a-
decided impression upon the social
life of Washington during the past
season. She retains that wonderful
charm of conversation which has
always made her famous, andwjj2
will adopt the Esquimau method of
travel and living, and with a com
pany of those hardy people and a
large troop of dogs, he confidently
believes he can reach the long
sought north pole.
The punishment of Herr Most for
inciting riot is only one year in the
penitentiaiy. Life is short and the
noble Herr may turn up his toes be
fore the time expires. The old fel
low has had five years' experience m
A change of climate and water is a
frequent cause of buwel complaint di
arrhoea and cramping pain in the stomach
and bowels, for a sure and certain cure
take Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. Sold by Gray & Co.
Expecting it would be the last
time they would see him alive, the
people of Lincoln gave Gen. Yif
quain a grand banquet on the eve of
his departure for his far-off South
American post where the yellow
fever loves to feed upon the sons
of the north. The General did
scorn and defy the leaden bullets of
battle and with equal bravery defies
the insidious foe, yellow jack.
Very Remarkable Recovery.
Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester,
Mich., writes: ."jly wife has been almost
r-'r-- fr- '"jTj" '-"'p1 she
could not tuIrvnii'-E. i bed- alfiiir. She
used two Rottleof Electric Enters, and is
so much improved, that she is able now to
do her own work."
Electric Eitters will do all that is
claimed for them. Hundreds of testi
raonials attest their great curative powers.
Only fifty cents a bottle at Gray & Co.'s.
A good many of the California
excursionists return from the coast
with the '"big head," not puffed up
with vanity aiul vain things, but the
result of coming in contact with
poison oak or some other product of
the Golden State. When you talk
about the beauties of that country
it is well to keep a respectful dis
tance from them.
OV nnd reliable 3Ieuicme3 are tuebes.
'vr" to depend upon. Acfccr's Elcod El
ixir iiaa been prescribed for years for all im
purities of ihe Diced . Jn every fc m: of Scrof
ulous, Syphilitic or rU rourial diseases, ii j?
invaluable. l!'or Rheumatism , baa no etp.&L
porner Front and Locust Streets.
ever she is found is 'always surround
ed by enthusiastic admirers.
Mine. Minnie Hank has let her
Swiss castle for the season to a
Russian family and will spend the
summer in this country. One
condition made in the lease requires
that the stars and stripes shall be
constantly kept flying from the
towers of "Minpingen."
Miss Rose Cleveland will pass the
summer in a continental trip
through Europe. She will also re
main at the White House to coach
the bride in her social duties, and
will at once resume her literary work
at Holland Patent. She will .wed a
Congressman and spend the sum
mer in the Lake Superior regions.
Her further movements will be
noted with interest.
It was at a railroad-Junction in
Illinois. Several passengers were
waiting for the train, and one of
them was so nervous and impatient
that a fellow-traveler finally said:
''You seem to he.veiy anxious to
get home." 'So I am. Every hour
is worth ?10 to me. I got a dis
patch at Pekin that fifty-one of my
hogs have shown the first symptoms
of cholera." And you are in a hurry
to administer a remedy? No sir, 1
don't fool away my time and money
on remedies. I want to get them
hogs into Chicago and sold before
sun down to-morrow; and its going
to be a mighty close shave.'
If you are a young man toiling
as your father toiled, in a worn out
and barren desert of the east: if you
would like to live where the soil
rewards the tillers; where the grain
waves and sparkles in the morning
dew and swells the cribs in the fall:
where the banner of prosperity
waves and the gaunt specire of
starvation passes into another state,
come to Nebraska. There never
was such a country for the best
brands of husbands; they run loose
on the streets and you meet them
The mj'stery that surrounds the
north pole presents such fascination
to the scientist that notwithstanding
the danger and death that has
attended tlfe various exploring
expeditions that have been sent out
still another is being organized to
again attempt a solution of the
mysteries of the terra incognita
within the ice bound circle. Col.
Gilder, a member of Sehwatka's
expedition, is leading this enter
prise and to avoid the mistakes of
his predecessors, he will adopt a
system which from its simplicity
promises very satisfactory results.
He will take with him but a small
party, and after reaching Fort
Conger where Greely left an ample
supply of provisions, and where he
will spend his second winter, he
In" the defeat of Gladstone's
home-rule bill, the settlement of the
Irish question is postponed for a
time. It is the only correct princi
ple of government and will ulti
mately triumph. The queen will
dissolve parliament at an early day
and the question will go before the
people, when it is hoped Gladstone
Life is too short at best to cough halt
of it away and linger the other half with
an incurable cae of consumption. Cure
your cough before it reaches the
consumptive stage, for relief is all the
best medical skill or change of climate
ca) then dr. Take Chamberlain's Cough
Rqhiedy at once, and cure your couirh
before-jit s toOglate, Sold by Gray & Co.
Charles E. Bkssev, at the re
quest of, the State Board of Agri
culture, lias undertaken to prepare
a report on the grasses and forage
plants of Nebraska for publication
in the annual report. He desires
samples of cveiy grass, tame or wild,
which grows in any locality, roots
and all, in flower and seed. "Wrap
the samples numbered in a news
paper. Attach your name and direct
to Charles E. Bessey, Lincoln, Neb.
A heay hail storm passed over Hastings
Monday evening, doing great damage to
r-vv-y "j V trIUo vmn auv Throat o
J Mi , Luil Disease. If you have
a Cough, or Cold, or the children are
threatened -.vith Croup or Whooping Cough,
use Acker's English Remedy and preveuf
further trouble" It is a positive cure,
and we guarantee it. Price 10 and SOc
At J. Q. Thacker's.
It is a medicinal preparation, and, at
the same time, an clegaut and cleanly toilet
article. Its action upon the scalp is bealth-
f ul. It nourishes the glands whichsupport
the hair, and causes thin, dry hair to be
come thick, soft, and vigorous. It restores
the color of youth to locks which have
become faded with age or disease; and
relieves and cures itching, caused by
humor3 of the scalp. Dr. George Gray,
Nashua, X. H., writes: "It gives me
pleasure to testify to the wonderful effects
produced by IlaUV Vegetable Sicilian Hair
Keuewer, as obser-cd by me in very many
cases. It will certainly restore
TIIE HAIR TO ITS ORIGINAL COLOR. It
cleanses the head of dandruff, and leaves
the hair soft, glossy, and beautiful." F. T.
Sandhcin, 1010 Spruce St., Philadelphia,
Pa., writes : " After unavaillngly trying
a number of preparations to prevent my
hair from falling out, and, realizing that I
was fast becoming bald, I tried, as a last
resort, Hall's IlalrRenewer. I have used
only four bottles of the Eenewer, and am
perfectly satisfied that it is the best prepa
ration in the market for checking the
falling out of hair, invigorating the hair
roots, and promoting a new growth."
commends itself to all who have occasion
to use a dye for the beard or mustache.
It will change gray, faded, or sandy
whiskers, to a beautiful brown or black,
as desired. The colors produced are
natural and lasting. It cannot be washed
off, contains no destructive ingredients,
is (3eap, safe, convenient to use, and
R. P. ttat.t. &, CO., ITaalua, N. H., V. S. A.
Sold by all dealers in medicines.
Ttivicttry TJepAETMEXT. )
Office of CosnrRoUiEB of toe Currency.
Washington, Mny 1st, 15S6. )
Whereas, by satisfactory evidence presented to
tho undersigned, it has been made to appear that
"Tns First National Bank ofiobth Pjvtte",
in the town of North Platte, Nebraska, lias com
plied with all the provisions o tho Statutes of
the United States, required to be complied with
before nn association Bhall be authorized to com
mence the business of Banking:
Now therefore I, William Li. Irennolm.
Comptroller of tho Currency, do hereby certify
that "The First National. Bank of North
Platte." in the town of North Platte, in tho
Coumv of Liucoln and State of Nebiwkc, is
anUiofized to commence the business of Banking
n-s provided in section Fifty-one hundred and
sixty-nine of tho revised statutes of tho United
In" testimony whpreof witness my hand and
Seal of this office this 1st day of Tilay, IbSti.
W. L). Trenuolm,
Tii. s.l Comptroller of tin Currency.
No. S156. 115-9
Whereas. Heretofore, to-wit: on tiie 11th day
of June, A. D. 188."i, a Proclamation was issued by
me, offering a reward of two hundred dollars for
tho arrest and conviction of the person or per
sons who, on the night of April Ud. A. D. 1SST, in
the County of Lincoln and State of Nebraska,
committed murder upon one l'ichard Bascomb,
and upon one Emily Bascomb. his wife, and
Whereas, The Sheriff of suid Lincoln County
has filed in thoExecntivo office his reqnet, and
a sworn statement of facts in support thereof,
asking that additional reward be offered for the
arrest and conviction of tho murderer or mur
derers of ltichard Bascouib ami Emily Bascomb.
Therefore, I, James W. Dawes, Governor of
Hiu State of Nebraska, by virtue of tho authority
in mo vested by law, imd believing that sucli
action will be in furtherance of the ends of jus
tice, do hereby issue my Proclamation offering
an additional reward of two hundred dollars for
tho arrest and conviction of said person or per
sons. , . , , T , ,
In testimony whereof I hnvo here
unto set my hand and caused to be
affixed the Great Seal of the Stato of
Done at Lincoln this Twenty-first
"ilay of Say, A. D. li.
JAMES W. DAWES.
By tho Governor;
Attest: E. P. KOGGEN,
10- Secretary of State.
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Taken up by the undersigned, May 23, 1SS. on
section 22, town 'J, range 29, in Fox Cieok Pre
cinct, Lincoln county. Neb., two mares: one dun
color, black mane and tail, branded OTT) on
left hip. OXJL
The other roan color, white face, anil r
branded g"y"P oa mp miIJT n ""nt
shoulder. Also ono largo dark brown mule. Tho
owner is requested to prove property, pay charges
and take the imimnls away.
20-:, W.V. CARSON.
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Sample :-: Room,
11 L W, hi
"WILL EXHIBIT AT
Kept at the Bar.
Opera House Blork, Front Street.
XOItTJL PLATTE. - - NEBRASKA.
Bismark Saloon i
Billiard and Pool Hall,
J. C. HCTFER, Prop.,.
Keeps none but the finest Vhiskies-,such as
nonrxsox county, txxx.,
jr. r. xox Alien,
0. F. G. TAYLOR.
welsh ax j) homestead.
Also fine case goods, Brandies, Hum, Gin
Etc. St. Louis liottled Eeer and
Milwaukee Beer on draft.
From Atlantic's Busy Marts to Pacifies Golden Shores
The transportation of this prodigious, thriee-enlarged aggregation of
shows, consisting as it does or Sells' several, singular, separate shows
solidified, is universally pronounced the most hazardous undertaking ever
known in the world of amusements. But when the Sells Brothers decid
ed to visit California, they set about concentrating an all-monopolizing,
mammoth mastodon, gorged with
(Jirecises &3 Menageries
A satisfying satiety of startling sensations and extraordinary exhibition of
earth's choicest wonders, the vasiness of which to particularize would fill
a book and overflow the columns of the largest newspaper. Beinjr a
union of three distinct concerns, it is
MORE TilAN THEEE TIMES LARGER ! SS
Than any arenie establi-hiuent or wild beast show that ever crossed the
continent, requiring three times the invested capital. One million dollars
involved! Three times the largest traveling rr::iiij. three times as manv
employes,5three tin'ies TnoreiCTonTTrn5hdd-actos. three 'tiiiicSTEhe snM-yw
list, tind as a natmal eonsequeiice three times the fun and three times
more show than ver you saw since yon were born. Sells Brothers con
fidently expect t6 draw three times as many people as any of their prede
cessors. They have been fourteen years before the publie, and never yet
"counted without tlieir host." V. hen the multitudinous masses know
Corner Sixth and Spruce Streets,
NORTH PLATTE, - - NEBRASKA
fou at the
An extract of roots and herbs i-uch as has
been used for generations by the Indians
of the Northwest for the cure '.f
Coughs, Colds and all Eds
eases of the Lungs,
The juices of the plants from which
WHifs mm ewes w
is made are so incorporated as to render
it MIOTJIIXG, I.VNf; HKAU-NC ASD I'.VU-
taki.k to the mo.-vt delicate taste.
Tiiis preparation is strictly intended
for the cure of
Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis,
Croup, Pleurisy and Other
Diseases of the Lunsrs and Air Passages.
If it possesses other remedial properties
thev are unknown to the proprietors;
but for all lung diseases it stands i:n
cqua'ed. . CODY & POWELL,
(nnlfalo Hill.) (White Ik-aver.
LA CROSSE. WISCONSIN, U. S. A.
prico SO Conte.
Sold by J. Q. TRACKER, Agent,
di'Jly Noam Platte, Nek,
Than were ever before put on wheels, they will actually behold the
Male and Female Hippopotami !
SSEIST OUST BXHIBITIOU.
Button-BurstiDg BILLY BURKE and his
Sells' Stupendous Shows !
Two Pei-formances Daily, Rain or Shine.
Parade at 10 A. M. Performances at 1 and. 7 P. M.
Excursions on all railroads at special reduced rates. Trip tickets
sold. Inquire of your station agent.
X. B. At the end of the present season the existing Sells' syndicate
of three shows will be dissolved and each separate establishment resume
its own proper circuit. Iever stgain will the three shows travel in con
junction at one price of admission to all.
WILL EXHIBIT AT -
Kearney, Monday, June 28th. -
Sidney, -"Wednesday, J une iQfck