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Referred to the
STEVENS &BARE, Editors asd Props.
SATURDAY, JUNE 23. 1888.
THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL
The Republican Convention met
m Chicago on Tuesday, John M.
Thurston of Nebraska being selected
as temporary cbairman. Un Wed- piece of goods that will make him
nesday the convention was perma- a pair 0f pants that his one dollar
an nour, out some democrats al-1 Ditch Company:
lecre it was an hour and a half. This county attorney.
i'b Yaloa and WA ImnJ if AulOUmeU IOr TO-mOITOW.
" -uiw cmava if kA uuu 1U ik VUS lllOW I -- j Q4-1-,
1 p il --f . - uuuc xuuu
lie ux Liie campuim. ne sdokc i t a i. , j. j: I ri iT
somewhat on the tariff miMitinn. I "EViil Knnr
T. w-, UlCUUi -1- Ull UVUU pi VJVliLr. I XI, V il
and illustrated how the tariff raised P. E. Sullivan granted permia-1 smith ,
the nrice of ffoods. A. B and fl sion to withdraw, deposit and pa-tsmitlrs
are big manufacturers; foey have a pmthe'matter of his application; ' LattfJ
1 , 3 a ii lor iiQuor; license. ano. jpa
I large surplus of goods, for which vL 0firpd Pifiru n aaVfirK trainS
there is no sale. D is a poor man forbridee across Birdwood:Vcreek fivejrn1
who has one dollar. He sees, a also across Platte river atlOTallons. pled.
WpllflHS-r. Jiri last week.
Jpi VA,:iJ'r;jiLocke made
a fl?iife lMiii trip to Curtis last
the nar car came in
the laborers. The
6u returning in about
nrnwrPlntto nvpr at If 1' H'lnns nled. "SFMrvH were aeiavea one
Board then continued work of ex- hour. rWfr
I Tl it 'v lis. i '';
araination and equalization.
n left here last
nentlv organized, with M. M. Estee will W w h;ofctrav ft. fff .,u" M"ou a.uu u,mtV ',nru w w
of California cnairman. liiursday j is advanced fiffcv ner cent ad va- I fWl
afternoon the nominating speeches
were commenced and concluded
that evening, when the convention
adjourned until 10 o'clock Friday
morning, at which hour the ballot
ing commenced . Three were taken,
when the convention adjourned un-
is advanced nfty per cent ad va
lorem and it takes a dollar, and a
half to buy the goods. The poor
man pan't buy, for he only has one
aonar. m tne timenenas accu
mulated the other half dollar the
tariff is again advanced, the price
increases and he is still unable to
ted constable in North Platte Pre
cinct No. 1 to fill vacancy.-
Adjourned until to-morrow,
Board was in session as a board
of. equalization of assessment.
It was decided by the board to
take water from the water " works
company for use of court house and
iNot rhaviBf geen anytning in
The TuiBifin from out this way
for a loaf tiate I will try and give
you' what Utile jjewtj(there is flying.
- We fcada'ifna raiii on Tuesday,
the 19tk. -This will almost insure
a crop of small irrain.
xvye, iwDai and oate were sown
til 7 o clock. .Lhe nlatform waslVtuxr nf7;fViDfnn;nr. tiiA. i:
il-A r,r"J"v"" , b----5 vard.workof nuttinfi- insvstem to ye
puuueu uy jay urumg B surplus and no sales. Why this let to lowest bidder. i i quite eite-trtly thi year and near-
jwkrs.,. muv uuu uuu avuvuuu uo niibu
The Tribune went to press.
Below is a table showing
raising the tariff increased the price Lot 4, block 133, belonging to lj all nloaioek'&ie;
Gresham. . . .
! when there was a surplus and man- ( Masonic Lodge stricken from
ufacturers anxinns fo saII . was nnf I tax list.
Husk . .
72 ' '75
. 99 99
, 25 18
.. ' 3
explained. Everybody knows that
goods cannot be advanced that
way; yet it is an argument the
Democrats use, Derhans for th
want of something better.
Mr. Neville was called on for
The assessment of Susan Prickett
of Cottonwood precinct ' appearinc:
erroneous was stricken from the list.
It appearing to the board that
the merchandise in. the store lately :
occupied by McEyov is not assessed.
therefore ordered that said merchan- j
dise and accounts be assessed at
Harvesting;' will soon be the or
der ofXthe 4fJ- -Htrshey & Co.
have sold atreral binders .in this
Crri -ie boakwavjl. .and, most fields
show a poid., The gophers
were never so bad as tH'ey are this
spring. 'C. ) "
There "is jtm& crop 'jthat never
to fail out i-this way: dry
speech, but he begged to be excused $500. weatedoit effect'lit"; John De-
on account of a sore throat. He C. A. Patterson, irenfiral merpbanf lay has some of it: it is a boy. Irv.
jnade a few remarks, linwovor riir at Wallace not heincr assessftd. if: i qostwicfciMhe father of a bounc-
- - 'Oil ItA
ordered tnat ne oe assessed at $
The Kansas protest against Mr.
Thurston's election as temporary
chairman "was in bad taste, and was
the onljr motion that received a
hiss in the convention. Kansas
people', are noted for their intelli
gence, but their delegation must
have been somewhat -cranky.
In common with those alt over
the state, the Republicans of Lin-
1 & 1
coin County are brim full of en-
iiig as uis opinion -mac tne mam
issue during the campaign would
be the tariff. He did not discuss
the question, however, but he took
occasion to say that he believed
Cleveland was a very great and good
man. He was under obligations to
Cleveland, he said, and we can
naturally see how easy it is for him
to imagine Cleveland both great
Mr. Bullard was then called for.
He was a Democrat because after
the war a lot of dirty, worthless
carpetbaggers had gone south and
attempted to live. He thought
that and the bloody shirt was
mg young m Good judges say
The assessment of Luke Haley in is iMyomage of her pa, and
Uottonwood precinct appearing to Mil;9wMj m
be erroneous, the same is stricken
from the list.
The board continued in session as
aboard of equalization.
Monday, June 18th.
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment the full board being present.
JNow comes W.H. Dudlev and
itv and friendliness among farmers
They as a rule do not indulge in
much visiting. This may not be
true in some localities, but the ex
ceptions are few. Lack of 'of time
is generally the excuse, but is
rather a 'flimsy one. It is often
urged by people who can always
nnd a wnoie day s time wnen
circus comes around, who attend
auction sale in the neighborhood
and run after every stump orator
who conies into their vicinity.-
ain't no visitor" is a remark often
heard among country folks and
some appear to regard this feature
as a sign of virtue and a streak of
goodness. But we have social na
tures that ought not be starved
and the cultivation of a neighborly
spirit is .a public and patriotic duty,
Corn needs cultivation and so does
Fred Kade of Mylander Precinct
is going to build a new room and
when finished there is going to be
some lively times, for Mrs. Kade
has promised to . give a dance in
honor of her new room.
HUH r JHflPG tpM
if A .tr-9" - s mam "
mA brothers of
Thy come from
Noti( aput f or a ratification
mil V nf thm lirial Vnnui tn MVtn
complains that the' assessor of day, the!3NL ;Ti boys have de
O'Fallon precinct assessed him too elded to-pjlofa of apise no mat-
high, and that he made a sworn- terhoj(ipiBlid,;( tfrfii-t North
natce ton lopi CBeHMhem.
turn to the county clerk, which is
Clerk instructed to notify W. F.
Marsh to file guarantee that jail
can be built for less than $8,000 as
per ms plans.
n : Tl .,;c 4- vol-,'
fv the nominations made at Chicago " I? 4- be MuM in bM for
4U1. UlC cailirav uooiuio iiiwjuiu
iect quite freelv. He differed with June 19th
Mr. Neville as tarthe issues of the L Assessment ot JN. O. Meyers m
nnmnn;. i at, 41. a rbomerset precmcUon. merchandise
ue queswoiis prominently ais- from list.
Thueston's speech,, is the best cussed the tariff, the pension and June 20th.
that has been made in the conven- the "bloody shirt". He differed ine ionowing are notined to ap-
Hold yourselves fiT readiness! A
meeting will be called for that pur
pose as soon as the news is received.
Crops arfloekiag' lalendid after
the.ram;M ,H.?Wa4lav and Jno.
The plumbing for M TJ$&lm 1 ?e, efly
included in hid for potatebJ or foar of the far
mers haw;wuiiM an acre or two
of watiMMMiM We are most
for a la
tte prospects are good
J m r --r -ti . .1 naar tivtA etintir wliir 4-Vin noonMOMAnl' I WISneS.
An almost faultless literaryl rrom mr. Seville m another respect "7 T J J. -t ' Perso:
. i . n iuiiiiimi w i a l tu r unnnin nir 1
BBS. production, it is a happy combina- -be was not nnder obhgations to C "2rf TTZZJC "Q" X J R -
i i - t mi tv . i : ww- v i. . - j. .
tionof eloquence and sound sense. Cleveland. j.ne democratic na- Cruzen, C. G. Griswold. W. W. Provoca
aife-l-yf. x ii.; i. i. l nr' rri r, I finnnl pnnvonfi'nn Viatrinrr orlnnt-ail n l-filialiv D T. TSn-mm A Tf n-.,r.. i OUT
- j nv 111 IS II HMiKIIV tlllll 11. Ill I L 11 III n- I vuuivu.ivu uwtxuk auuyuiu.a rnUMUi M. JLI. -Q.J LL. J1 UZiClI. I i .
J ' . . - I , .. .i . . . .. t. . I r t tt t" fir t- v t.' chnreh
ton is at once recognized by tne na- lesuiuuuu tuab terriwruu omces - - s. -7, " V, "V " o' Ti and a
tion as one of the great leaders of snonm De nuea by rodents of the chlX,' TmSK
it 1 I TOQnonhvn rnrrirnnai? ho nma n l. ' . "
are proud of the
this- great state atfi.om v,f 0
1 ' f I '
the Republican national convention.
should be filled by residents of the
1 t - 1
i r i creiu,UB wwuiap- Meyers, 0. H. Holland, Amanda
piicant tor an omce in the territory Shinkle, A. H. Davis, Sallie A.
m wbich ne lived, tie didn't cet Davis. Barbara berneke. 1. Smith
fellow from South & Son Co., John Benkoosky, Anton
rjarnlirin Airl Sfill Tin lrkvwl P1an
Thft first nreoifferitial standard bear- h;i t..- n 1. , , Assessment of M. C: Keith re-
r iiaiiu, uuu ma vuiue wuuiu oe neara jnoii aqac: -
firofthp nartv the honored guest L.-' ... ?uc o11?.??65 on personalty m
r j o uunuij iub cuuiuai&ru aavocanncr 1 Mnrth Hiaffo n i fn smon
ui tne aeiegauou aim uuu ul ita eecfi0n.
iT-.. - , . i ; 1
cmzens me wioiwrary cuwnuau oj. By thig tinie nearl nalf th
At- at il rt. ; ... I .
me uonvenwon, iu occupies i- alienee had left and the 4iratifica-
tion of honor and prominence, lo tion" closed iri a doleful' manner.
crown the work we must now com
mence to roll up the 50,000 majority.
MJfiup on his
.Tnere is any
will: extended to-
aar anoant of good
fcjr apt to "build
acMuif to report'
start with a
come to the
Georgia's Chautauqua, in the su-
burbs.ot Atlanta, proposes to excel
even th'e beautiful mother by the
lake. All will be ready for the
season beginning in July. A feat
ure will be a week for Southern lit
erary people" of note, in which such
?ersons as Miss Amelia itives,.
'homas Kelson Page, Richard Mal
com Johnson, Eli Sheppard, William
H. Hayne, Joel Chandler Harris,
arid others will participate. Each
author will deliver an original lect
ure or read a selection from his or
her works. A nother week will be
devoted to Presidents and teachers
of the State universities of the
South; a third week to all the teach
ers of the Southern States, and so
on for the whole two months. It
is intended to be a literary reunion
such as the South has never seen.
The educational idea will not be lost
sight of, and twenty or thirty teach
ers, tie best that money can get,
will be, employed to teach the tyo
months1 normal school, which it is
believed 10,000 Southern teachers
- - NEBRASKA
Sole Agency of the Celebrated
It commg to the notice of the
board that overseers of roads are
While it was a foregone conclu
sion that Cleveland would be nom
inated, now that the deed is con-1 doing unnecessary work, therefore
have an idea!
circulated in the
iact relative to call
ing an eleetoeti to vote for a bridge
across t llbrUi river about two
M.Egan cited to appear before m"es. T'SKOTTO1 -creek'
the board. ncJce-ipl jou. are not
Lnf. 1 Wnnir iq Wallow c the pnlyiw8 who have noticed the
by consent of owner from $5 to $16 spicious actions of the unmarried
A.JP. Singer appointed overseer 5l Jii &OWIB 0uura e maKing
of road district 28: themsalyta conspicuous by the way
iney aro Mxmg up ana putting tne
r.Aimu r.nmenAan best foXtr.iorward eTerytime. "In
kummofiwl flicrrnaf. ia -nlainlv VlSlhlfi I the ClerJC IS
the,sprinp'the young man's fancy
ligKtlv- tcrrri8 to thoughts of love."
.;it: -vs a utue out oi season tor
iLL'Z -I i 11 a -1.-- 1
Republican Eatification at Lincoln.
The adjourned meeting of the
Republican state league of clubs
will meet in Lincoln June 28th, at
4:30 o'clock p. m., for the purpose
of ratifying the Chicago nomina
tions for president and vice presi
dent. This will"be the first state ratifi
cation in the union, and it is ex
pected that a grand Republican
rally will be the result.
We are now endeavoring to se
cure the attendance of Hon. John
J. Ingalls. His presence alond will
insure a magnificent success. Prom
inent men froni other states will be
present and address the convention.
Delegates can secure return fare
at one-third regular rate by taking
receipt for payment of fare in go
ing to the convention.
Brad. D. Slaughter, Secy.
The same as has been adopted by the
5 . water works.
. We are also sole agents for the
The Republican club of Nowell
directed to notifV all precinct will hold a ratification ral- mittens," jefr we heard about several
,m, tr,A pmir,tr,aT,P vrv Dftm- roa overseers to connnetnemselves Vr "w Vuuoc Ui. ! "Ti
j i -r fha nnii t-n-rr j i. in no. iti nn ninnriav otroninn una nnvs wtnia nnr ft in asm. san
-i- , ,i i I vcul auu ivwi wus. ul inpir i r : " i .uxus,, uu i - - -.-r;. : -
ourat. on uui puau tucj resnective distriets. Tf m 20th, at half past seven o'clock,
- sm. mt ww m n
eaten many a tough crow, and they is necessary the road overseers to speakers will be in attendance
endured this unsavorv bird for four make plans and estimates nf mV tome everybody, have a good time.
a. .i i ii nanooDsnr trT U il land lipln sfarf. fllO Vinll vnlKnrr fliaf
years. Alter tne convention tne i .."'J LUC auuou or tne i ,7 , r iu'"u6 u"uu
i:- a i,!. mua Doara. me consideration of the w vicrorym iwernoer.
rr- bndge at O'Fallons occupied the at-
campaign is open but they have no tention of the board.
concerning rthem1 (the mittens.)
heart for the work. Many will
i.;vote the Republican ticket. Two
prominent Democrats in this city
iSCw have so declared if the Republicans
nominate man to suit them.
Thousands will abstain from vot-
By order of the
Sm D. Robb, Sec.
Adjourned until to-morrow.8 .
The board met pursuant to law
as a board of equalization. Pres
ent full board and county clerk.
Xow comes J. H. Jordan and
riwcul MxuLcau uKuuist me mcor- :n i.
rpu W f nnmfinn nf Wollono n . -il , t, xvxi Uio jcai.
i" J xi. snowiner tnat the nAnsnc rafhmi . . , . , K "fa ""fe" "
-j ii.. fi ii.- j j..Ti. I naa thirty-nine names of nrsnns'
i. -ii .i at vi wn0 dld not -eside within the boun- Ljqw
votes thev will noil m New York :a n . day night
" f- xu pxuiiusea village or WW on w;.,uiAa
W nil PPP "hArafnm tkn i I 7 - ' " ' i;vi. uu.v, u.
tbtari. JToSr - ZZZ. S " stand of. grain.
The rain will make the crops. It
could not have come at a better
time. A few more such rains this
summer and the lrnsration ditch
die this ve
some one is
and the forty thousand fraudulent X "SS-.??0118 Henry Cooper left here Wednes-
We have bad a great many south
winds the past week and they have
Ex. Com. blown myriads of black potato bugs
Everybody has been complaining
about jlry "weather but we had a
lovely rain Tuesday afternoon and
every one looks as nappy as can be.
Cultivators are flying around in all
There plight to be more sociabil-
. . :-4
This powder never varies.
strength and wholcsomeness. More economical
A marvel ot purity
, Mom ficnnnmira
than the ordinary kinds and cannot be sold in
competition witn tho mrutitnuo of lo'
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only
in cans. hoy.l uakinq i'owdek Uo.
Street, New York.
Closing Out Sale !
THE DEMOCRATIC "RATIFICATION."
After two weeks of effort the
Democrats finally gave notice that
there would be a grand rally at the
court house Saturday evening last.
UUU. US JclUIjca 101 n 3 r Li. I - - .-i.l . - - - - .
theorgini.ation of tte rife if iSrSTT. P.S MaTOff- bOUSht the Stock Of L. A. MfiEvOV
Luia luuaiitv j ' v j
Wallace being done through ld L?." Tm ?
representations, is hereby recon- Dui? BrJwn moA
sidered and rescinded.
Now comes Isaiah
nrpspnf.fi Vna nofifinn dr.wa U.. T
The band was out to arouse and in- ferring and twenty-Jeven others
enthusiasm, but only two or asking for a road as follows-
from Cottonwood ranch. He says
everything is looking fine up there.
spire entuusiasm, out only two or asking for a road as follows: Corn-
three dozen of the faithful could mencmg on south line of county
WrcTrPlVRlZT. Tnnp Ifif.n "E!irQi.r
be induced to come out and ratify. running north nine miles be- thing is in good shape. Crops
m -11 I . 1 ,i .. I tween ranerps 32 anil S3 Hv1omu LnnJ i l n r t y
tween ranges 32 and 33. Ordered good so far, but small. grain is be-
ginning to snow the want of rain.
It. H. Langfordjand son gave us
that said petition be granted, it ap
pearing to the board that it is for
heart to rejoice the public good that said section a call of two davs. looking ahainft. lockets. 2UI1S. aminiinitioil
rP cnnli n moT I lino lm mada a Tli 1,-V I XT i i o " 19 . I 7 ' ' '
wj. auuu. u UJUXX I uxauw a puwun UlCUlTilV. I LIIH lnffiniSrS fir T.np ronnlinvo nnH I , l n
raHfV a,f The application of P. E. Sullivan schools. tObaCCOIlOtlOnS, Organs, Sate,
Talk about icycles; the meeting
was an iceburg. The fact is the
Democrats have no
over the' nomination
as Cleveland, nr
Thev have resntnh for Tbnrman I for liqnqr Kcense in Wallace pre- John W. Hinion of North Platte
A I ninnf io hamhvwi4Al 11 -1 l , ....
Like all ' Americans they honor I r' J ?Tn. n!re ?,e.veral yi81tmS
t-.r, i . n , o. jiuo. jiuu-garei tne lavis ramines.
ability, but they are tired of this Struthers and complains that she is Whistler.onr nnfprl aMf
ii i ,i i - i . I . . l r. ugvui,
luau-uursmp, especially wnen tne cnuueuuaiy asaessea ior personal Has resumed his position and will
man is only a big pile of obesity. t153 LOOO na h, wnicn
Beach T Hinman. f h nrerlpnf. wrngfound to be the case it is or-
-i l I ria-rori hv tho hn fha( aU 1 I 1 ' l i r - ...
of the club, occupied tbe chair, i UiTlZ SSSTSSS: !SS5 6t
ll,r 7 T. i. : Le ii.. i-r .lwI5wuo uuiuu uusuiess
icaiit tuc vrxxxy ncuiuuiat 1x1 i i rum LUK iisl- I Iaw
i ' i ui isn.
xuc uuuu-ut JLravia irotter lor l lnr tut hnn was kwL-an loi-
luau uvcraeei ior jaimwooa nre- wppIt anH imA ..- i
we now offer it for sale at the
; r ever offered in this city.
the house who, had a smile on his
face, a slight relief to the funeral
aspect of the affair.
Jfaj. tRisse was the first speaker,
cinct. road disfcrinf. Kn 97 i lAMlr lwi.:i xi.- t l j " .
, Ao-ubtur i nxtuc me imrMjnuer was under ar-
approyed. t . Ut We don't want a dmn -
ril I I.l I mm . . I ...
x. u. roiev annears netnre f.hP Imm if.
1X1011 about three-quarters of j board in betialf of the Irration jlawi
and fixtures must go at any price.
shall close out everything by June 25th.
fiail narlv and 2ret some bargains. Anv
go east next week. 4 ' T . . ! i j. -n i i -t
Attorney J red H. JJentley arrived gUOJLlb juuaiaj oiou vvijjl ue xt?i5xvt;u uutu
June 25th by paying 15 per cent down, bal
ance cash at that time. Parties owing ac-
coujits will please call at the store at once
and? settle, 0. R. KELSEY, Agent,
i ' for Max Meyer & Bro.
is carried on according to
New and Elegant Goods,
THE STOCK OF THE
Star Clothing House1
must be reduced within co short time. . The stock
has been sold to WEBER $ VOLLMEB a at great
sacrifice. H. Ottenhas the privilege of reducing
the stock for a time. Whatever can be sold at.
wholesale cost ivill go.
FIjYE clothing, hats, caps, boots
SHOES, FUBNISHIjYG GOODS, '
will q'o eheav. cheav. cheap, for they must go -
m ' y 0 s m
quick. This is no cheap stock but positively the
best stock west of Omaha. It is complete in all
particulars and we will sell goods at almost half
the price that out competitors ask. I am deter
mined that the goods shall go with a rush, so
doji'twait. I maintain on the counters ivhail
assert' on paper and all goods warranted as rep-
resented. Call anci see me at-the STAR CLOTH-