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STEVENS & BABE, Editors and Props.
SATURDAY, JUNE 30. 1886.
BENJAMIN HARBISON, of Indiana.
LEVI P. MOBTON. of New York.
For Member of Congress, Third Bist.
GEO. W. E. DOBSEY.
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rgating ditch w fc!2?Pn
M. G. C. Wefczelf 'Miss Nora
WMfiri.fe. W. H.JDndley and , W.
L. Harrington went to the Platte
"Up, guards, and at them, is
the word along the Republican
Millions of loyal people will re-
ice at the steady improvemeni
the health of General Sheridan.
has one of her favorite sons at the pies of the Monroe doctrine,
head of a presidential ticket, and Arraigns the democratic party for
w;ii i I refusing to charter sanction or en-
Z a . uAw - courage the Nicaragua canal scheme. L. Harrington went; to
far towards giving the ticket a good A: W HmStmnn rmrhr for W Wpdnesdav..
majority. The nomination of Mr. its weak and unpatriotic treatment One evening was of joy bereft,
Morton will give the ticket great, of the fishery question. The eve on which the boy got left,
strength in New York and result in . Charges the mugwumps with hav- It was one evening last week.
t r.i t. x inar dwferted the nans of reform in TIipta oeems TO be no need Of
a puoucaavu the civH service and with having de- or7 the tfch-talked-of
Mate. vvitn sucn aoie men featecLthe cause of honest gofern- bachelorspclub thA summer as most
Harrison and Morton on the ticket ment, 0f our unmarried "gents are begin-
and the excellent platform adopted Reaffirms its plank in favor of ning to take pride i in playinjs: the
bv the convention, Republican civil service reform. gallant wheWelr .arc opportunity
lieclares the government should is offered. Thats,rupit Dpys.
not allow any man who honorably Oh, my! how nice and handy
wore the federal uniform to become those railroad velocipedes are. As
an imate of an alms house or a de- we were out riding last Sunday
pendant upon private chanty.
renounces tne hostile smnt of
success this fall is assured.
THE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM.
The Republican National Plat
form is a clean cut document.
There is no equivocation about it
It sneaks in nlain terms, coverincr I Cle president in ms numerous vetoes
" - - I amvtr mtiriH avamr nnnAinlA a I UCUOIUU
everv srround. everv nrincinle dear 1 01 1"!?01 Dms
to patriotic Americans. J .Cordially sympathizes with all
t a0 a TllaJno rahirns The document is too oni? for onr "u uireuiea enorus ior
1 HUH (TOIUCO A A-'"" vv..w i o - I 11 I m t
;ad enters the campaign there will columns, ouc dhot we give a synop- r
be a general knocking together
sis of all its points.
it honors the memory or. the m-
imortal champion of liberty, Abra
ham Lincoln, and the heroic names
of later leaders, who have been
from the councils of
The President and .his party
the interests of Jburope; we canefl awaY
will support the interests of Ameri- the party.
M Tftnuhlirnn Pint form. bends congratulations to .Brazil
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. w uuuu its auouuou oi slavery.
It is growing more evident every Hopes it may soon congratulate
,y that there mil be o flies on the c,nB of I,h birto un the UcWf thiitv thinW
P-WMiV-ins imntr tKfi ram- peaueiui recovery or nome ruie m i , , ,t . .,-
-paign. Ihey have enterea tne ngnt
to the national constitution and the aus. caaM ara no . mv S0.0'
saw one in use (carry double, of
course) and were .surprised at its
convenience and Cat the speed
which it attained.
All over the union the Republi
cans are holding immense ratifica
tion meetings while the Dempcrats
are meeting in groups of eight and
nine and trying to be joyful.
There seems to, he a rivalry ex-
xuuv .iyA is a norinr harnrnan Twn ot 1 111 r 11 ti tti ;i
lengthy communication from the rfed neighbors in Which neither of
xaciie pen or Miss r lorence Mc-
Neal, a part of which concerns me, advantage. Good luck to you boys;
and to which, in lustice to myself, remember "allV fair in love and
i wisn io repiy. xne lady appears
North Platte, June 28th.
Editor Tribune; d)ear Sir In
mj oe onenaea oecause sne was
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re-engagea as a teacner in
to win and win they will.
The Wallaceites are now booming
county division, with prospects for
success about as bright as Cleve
land's chances for -re-election
aeither of the events will transpire."
j. Every (iity, town, village and
: " 'cross-roads throushout the entire
";country has ratified the nomination
indisoluble union of states.
Favors a free ballot and a fair
Holds the ballot to be the founda
tion of the government and de
mands effective legislation to secure
the integritv and parity of elections, r "J ;
whiVh arp flip ftfnan nil but I do desure to state for
which are the foundations of . all
Charges the democratic party
We understand that a, picnic will
be held at the new townsitebn the
Fourth. We hean from good au
thority that only 'the elite of the
country will be invited. 'Che. oth
ers say that they will order' a keg
or beer and celebrate just the same.
COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS .
Board met. Present, Commis
sioners John McAllister and Jas.
Belton. V Si '
It appearincr that the Anhauser-
her information and the edification Busch Brewing Company has not
of those liars and gossips who in- been returned by. the assessor,
fest our community and take a therefore the asenris cited oef ore
shinxle and iii. n. ohaw were, m
trusted to find out how the people
ofO'Fallon precinct stand, while
A. J. Norman, J. E. Rider and
Frank Hettinger are to go to Gar-
-v i i mi
held on the same errand. The -vtat) rpTT T)T A'nPT'l?
next meeting will be held Saturday, JN U Jx 1 H FJ A. 1 L JIl,
July 28. when it is hoped sumcient
information will )ye collected to en
able us to decide on a permanent
line of action. Herald.
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nature, sne concluded 1 was the
most suitable person upon whom
she could pour out the vials of her
wrath, hence her attack through
the columns of the Nebrashian. I
have no desire to enter into a news
paper controversy with Miss Mc-
At the meeting of the Grand
Lodge of Masons last week the fol
lowing grand officers were elected.
Grand master George B. France,
Deputy grand master John J.
Mercer, Brown ville.
Grand senior warden Robert E.
Grand junior warden Bradner
D. Slaughter, Fullerton.
Grand treasurer Christian Hart-
Grand secretary William R.
How to Cure Salt Rheum and Tetter.
Many persons beli&vo that salt rheum and tet
ter can not bo cored and quietly submit to bo
tortured by them. If they woold invest twenty
five cents in a box of Chamberlain's Eyo and j
Skin Ointment and apply it as directed they
would soon become convinced of their error. It
almost instantly relieves the itching and burning
sensation and has cured many cases after they
had resisted all other treatment from ten to
twenty years. Try it. For salo by F. II. Long-
with having control of th admini. resc 9 97 taKe a tnereiore tne agenris citea oeiore
of Harrison and Morton and at no tration and thp hona nf rpm-pWa- ghoulish delight in slandering their the board to show what property
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said company has in the county.
P. H. Best Brewing Company, of
Milwaukee, the same. Hans Gert-
time in the history of the party has tives by the suppression of the bal- superiors ana injuring tnose wr
o , . V -U ihf do not stoop to their level, that
Kemibliean enthusiasm ran so merh. mc. ,
j o i T . . , . - i never mennnnm this ianv s nam i mi waiiKee. tne same, nans iTerc-
The Chicago Inter Ocean re- the American svstenfof Protection. to e mere f fie board of ed- ler testified that he is agent for the
narks that Democrats will be given and protests against ite destruction S T t mama- li - ' ' eTg "n Jt mat
niarKS mat uemocrais wnoe given J , h . I lectively, I. never said anything have one horse, ??0; one wagon,
about her either good, bad or in- $oU: some ice and beer, merchan-
I am considerably dise, 300. Assessed -by comniis-
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abundant occasion to use their ban-
4nas during the progress and at
the end of the campaign. The
raer will be bedewed with tears
as proposed by the president and his
I iffavAii4 onil
Denounces the Mills bill as de- hrrS n! j
With Harrison and Morton as
standard bearers, the Republican
party has started on another era of
political ascendency, and after
March 4th, 1889, the ship of state
will be piloted by the grand old
party for another twenty years.
structive to the general business,
the labor and farming interests of
the country and congratulates the
republicans in congress in opposing
Condemns the democrats for
wanting to place wool on the free
Says the republican party would
efEect all needed reduction of the
national revenue by repealing the
taxes upon tobacco and the tax upon
surprised that a lady of Miss Mc- sioners 350.
Neal's intelligence and srood sense
should make this charge against moving fqe .division
me, founded as it is on floating ru- ct At the county division meeting
mor and "they say" evidence which Saturday committees were appointed
nine tiihes out of ten is a lie origi- to visifc different parts of .the county
natedbysome malicious person to and see how the ieopleieel on that
suit his own wicked designs and question. Me;Ieonard and
perfectly in accord withTiis own theS!?Npi H,-
evil nature. No. rmerid Jordan, or Wallace -ere assigned
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miss. "1 cannot Dlead sruiltv to the w cUt,"i Fi.pbf r
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soft impeachment." If vou had
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man, A. A. Mclntire and JJuyal
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vat UF"" 1""" ""j ttu upuu . before nublishinff vour acuson were appointed a commit
spirits used in the arts and formed- ?z me Dei05e p" D"sning yuf t t interview the Democrati
iNal nnrnnSM and bv snnfc rvr9ion lett S VOU should have done, I eTO S, t.1
iHis utu pusaiuic viuuicauuu uj. PTO UJ ,u " conl.1 enlio-hfn vnn f.n f.bp trnf.b
emancipation is in the assertion by or the tantt laws as win tend to d 5- J bevond the
1 A,i , n - l-u t 4-t, check imports of such articles as r , c0111106, y?ut,D?yona tne
the Atlanta Constitictwn that the are produPced by the peo le? tHe pro. shadow of a doubt that not only
colored people of Georgia own in ducfion of which mves employment ?,m 1 1Tocen but some pi
nnfn 19 haa (w TOfi, of . ik a t : l wose wnom you exonerate are the
7 m , . f i ones who made the statement
property, lwenw-nve years ago uuuca muse cuuucs iu xuieigu Pru
the colored neonle were p.hattels. auction (except luxuries) the like
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uuugm, um sum in tu marine t. nnmP. Tf f.Wo Bnall afill ramm a
Tfcis is one change of the many iarorer revenue than it requires for
wrought by the Republican party, the wants of the government, the
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- ' ; pianorm xavors ine ennre repeal or
ax me lurmai opeuuig uj. me internal taxes rather than the surren-
home for indigent soldiers at Balti- der of any part of the protective
county leaders, and P. L. Harper,
W. S. Hill and J. W.,. Nation were
chosen to confer with the Republi
can leaders. W. B Hatcher, B. A.
CONWAY & ICETn
This Dowder never varies. A marvel of parity.
strength and wholesomenoss. Mora economical j
tlian tho ordinary kinds and cannot bo sold in I
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphato powdcre. Sold only
in cans. Kotai. Baking Powdee Co.. 100 Wall
Street, New York.
Estray Notice. ,
Taken no on tho 23d day of Juno. A. D. 1SS3. as '
a strav on section 8. in townsluD ll north, ramrn i
29 west, in Lincoln connfy, Nebraska, by tho sub
scriber wno there resides, one Day horse, branded
46 on left flank, weight, about 00 lbs. lias been
handled and is gentle.
Tho owner of said property can have tho samo
by proving property any paying expenses.
uated this zsm day ot J uno, A. v. 18S3.
W. B. Votaw.
Sole Agency of the Celebrated
TlieJ same as lias "been adopted by the city
We are also sole agents for the
R. H. Langforp.
New Store. New Goods. New Piices.
General Custer's old regiment,
the Seventh Cavalry, passed here
the early part of the week.
ur uy P-ru i tne prorecuve q are lood fine ig
jomL oenesu or nig nofti to say aboSfr them.
more Wednesday, suits of srrav were
t" ii. i I whisVv frnsfQ unci f.VA arronfa rf
nmnierous ana many lames ana " . J "ts"""
, M, i? , . t. foreign manufacturers.
cnuaren wore tne colors or ine Declares its hostility to th intro-
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TOnieaerate nag, ana yet tne uemo- duction into the country of foreign
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crats nowi aoout tne rtepuDiicans contract laoor ana uninese labor,
waving the "hloodv shirt." and favors such immediate legisla-
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tion as win exciuae mem rrom tne
The seventeen year locusts wear- country.
infir a iarcre "w on tneir wings cwoico iwj uubimuu w an
t,. oQoMno trusts and recommends the enact-
x,,. . 3 5f . ment of such laws as will prevent
southern Illinois, and the sunersti- Ut, r
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a: u.,,4. 4--u i;w" i. i .. v l ""-
,WUSFUF ucacYc iu0u ,uc approves legislation dv congress T?.wo,.irfi1i ;c hnnm;nrr ;n ,;,
means war. They need not fear, to prevent alike unjust burdens and Lonf:0 Q:n fi,0 cio,, rt
ands for "Win" and unfair discnmmatmg transportation inof
Reaffirms the Republican policy
JEWELEE AND MUSIC DEALEE,
Desires to announce to the public that he is again ready for
business and respectfully asks all to call and inspect his stock of
Whv don t the voters of this ore-
Watches; Clocks, Etc.
can precinct of the county.
T. Maloy went home Sunday to
see his wife and baby, returning
the same evening.
Hurrah for Harrison and may he
be inaugurated on March 4th, '89.
I am also agent for
That "W" stands
belongs to the Republican party.
Wilp.ni aiifl RniAKnn Pinnn
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Watch Repairing and Engraving. IT. P. Ry. Licensed Jeweler.
Two Doors North of P. 0., NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
A New Hand at the Bellows.
New and Elegant Goods.
present -incumbent of the
presidential chair, in replying to the
committee that notified him of his
A. M. Hughes has purchased the
j ;ii j i '-I- r i
of niihno. lands and nnmpsfnr Amor. i . . 5 1 i fi I jO.. 1
... , ... uuuiurAi nave xui mo xaiiici au
Cyrns Fox finished replant- DT A Tlf QMTTWT NTfl nHPW.QHnPTM
he pros- -ULiivnuiui i mii u, nvivuiv uiivijin j
ican citizens and settlers.
Demands the restoration of
earned railroad land grants to
nomination, ayoided all reference to public domain.
hk declaration four years ago that Denies that the democratic party
a president should not accept a has ever restored an acre of public
aecond term. He may accept a iauw luTr 3 . . table this spring, the fleas or the
the will not fatoMSZ especially the
the pleasure of again filling laws securing to settlers title to h John fflaS h slaved
the chair. their homesteads and with rising fn(W navp a nftv af. n:a i,nil5!0
Sii x J m I t . ... . ,. auu ii a nc y ouuuut; uukciv. ca
- j-u sci ucia niiu auu piuacuuwuuo, it hannened the next dav after his
MmnrVJ- "TVio fimo fViof I linner the false nretense nf TnnsiTiir 1 1 ir 3
iraiUUBtUl J.iV IHiM MU1V UUUU I -- w.. I Q J JQQ
England can use
Having purchased the Blacksmith and Wagon business of Hersliey &
esire to announce that I will continue the business at the old
stand, corner Fifth and Locust streets. All kinds of
THE STOCK OF TEE
Star Clothing House
an lnsnman is
when he emigratesto America and
votes for free trade, which he in
variably does." When the ballots
are counted next November it will
-be discovered that all Irishmen are
not serving English interests in
kat way this year. Inter Ocean.
Western- Democrats who are so
itive of Clevelands election
ahauld accept the wager of Mr.
Dane who advertises through the
New York Herald to wager any
aatountthafc the fat man cannot
Declares South Dakota should at
once' be admitted as a state, and
that the bills for statehood for
Washington, North Dakota and
Montana should be passed without
Pledges itself to work for the ad
mission of New Mexico, Wyoming,
Idaho and Arizona into the union
as soon as these territories are qualified.
Declares the political power of
the Mormon church a menace to
free institutions and pledges itself
to such legislation as will stamp out
the attendant wickedness of polyg
Is in favor of the use of both
ing ins corn ana mints tne p:
JSa . . . r .
HrMtoteirwS& ru..' . VAKK1f AWU, ,v. WUKK reduced xoUUtv a short time. Thestoeh
fltmrwincr fn fhe I'nhaWfanfs nn fTiiB promptly executed ininrsc-ciass style. Having tne oesc raaenmery west
table this spring, the fleas or the ot my faculties tor aomg work : auicjay are unsurpassed i j j 7J . WEBER VnTTJIf-KT?.,,.
respectfully solicit a continuation or tne uoerai patronage neretorore De- ' ' " ct
stowed apon my predecessors.
JOHQST H; HAEDEN. wu ojioe. 11. uuen tias tne piivioeoe of reducing
thestoeh for cv time. Whatever can he sold at
wholesale cost will go.
carry one of the doubtful states,
. v -New York, Indiana, Connecticut or goid ana silver as money, and de-
new jersey, iii last accounts mr. nounces tne democratic enorc to ae-
Deane's offer had not been taken. monetize silver.
Demands the reduction of letter
postage to one cent.
Jb avors free schools.
Demands the rebuilding of the
navy and the construction of coast
Favors paying just pensions to
the soldiers and paying the matur
ing public debt.
Charges inefficiency and coward
ice upon the administration in its
conduct of foreign affairs, and in-
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the itepuDiican national edi
tion finished its labors Monday
' by nominating Benjamin Harrison
of Indiana for president on the
eight ballot and Levi P. Morton for
viee-president on the first ballot.
The ticket is a strong one and will
in November. For the
time in her history Indiana,
jihich is one of the doubtful states, sincerity in carrying out the prihei-
We understand our postmaster
Mr. Auble is contemplating a trip
to jersey ana nas deputized Mr.
Cary to run the office during his
Mr. Merril has built an addition
to his residence. .
Mr. Record thinks rye is pretty
dear at one dollar per bushel, but
that is not so expensive as one dol
lar a day for the use of a couple
hundred feet of well rope.
The citizens of Garfield and vi
cinity have organized a cemetery
association and have located the
cemetery on the northwest corner
of J. H. Hughes1 land, he having
deeded two acres to the association
for that purpose.
The old gentleman Goodenow is
very, sick with little prospect of
Mr. a rown, formerly of Arnold,
has rented Millerjs blacksmith shop
and expects to go to work soon.
The Smith boys have sold their
threshing machine to parties at
Crops are looking well, but those
that ?re not being irrigated need a
little more rain.
The work on the head of theirri-1
mSM Boot and Shoe. Store j
if jf to ke found in North ,
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FINE CLOTEma, BATS, CAPS, BOOTS,
SHQES, FURNISHING GQORS
go cheap, cheap, cheap, for they must go
quich. This is no cheap stock but positively the
best stock ivest of Omaha. It is complete in all
particulars arid we will sell goods at almost half
the price that our competitors ask. I am deter
mined that the goods shall go with a rush, so
don't wait. I maintain on the counters what I
assert on paper and all goods, wawanted as rep-
resented. Call and see me at the STAB CLOTH-
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