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If,Priu Ad,TBC' ly $1.00 per year.
Moat, In Advance, - - . .75
Tkree Moatks, im Advance, - . 150
NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
Advertising Rates on Application. VOL. IV.
NORTH PLATTE, XNEBRASKA, AUGUST 11, 1888.
U. P. TIME TABLE.
WngT MODKTAIS TIME.
mSl JMS" Dept. 8:15 A. X.
S-SrCrt 8 a. m.
w gTMMT " 70S P.
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Road Notice-Nr. 02.
The rnmmiflBinTllir annnintlfn lnnfatamil
uea ior onns. uernp and others, cosamenci
at HOltkweet COraer of BMtion 21 fnn 19 ran
SO, thence south oh section line one mile, thence
I Buumeriy axon our government trail to north
east corner of section 14. town 12. ranra 10.
i thence aoath one mile on section line between
sections li ana 12, town 12, range 30, to intersect
county road No. 27, has reported in favor of the
eatabliflhment thereof, and nil nhWMmu riuMn
fNp. 4-prerlaad fljar
Dept. 5:45 A. x.
" 725 p. x.
ftgeKearaey aad Grand
J. O. FxaousoN. Agent
Or Claims lor mmuM mnul: tm filtwl in thn ivmnf
clerk's office on or Before noon of the 4th day of
yciooer, xooo, or su.cn rose will De esuuMianed
! wiiooocreierence thereto.
Dated Atuc. 1.1888.
C2S4 J. E. Etans. Coonty Clerk
Road Notice-No. 63.
The commisBioner appointed to locate a coun
ty road asked for by Thos. McDermott and others
XTl7G'DTrirai r nnrnrno commencing at the soatheast corner of tion
11 XiOiSl 1 X CC IjritlMilih, 1 20, town 10, range 28, then down the so-called
A ' I jm.. . r . I Oilman canyon, crossing sections 21, 17,16, 9, 4, 3,
NORTH PLATTE, - NEBB.
Omci 6VKaYoun Sroaz.
B.I. Hnnux. T. Fcltok Oamtt.
HINMAN & GANTT,
J.toirx.mym - cat - Xxr.
Will praetice in all the coarts of the State.
Ofice orer the PostofKce.
C. M. DUNCAN, M. D.
Pfcyaloian and Surgeon.
i froatto-12 a. "2 to 5 and 7 to t p. )
afataaaee ear? sat jazta Dtnec
NORTH PIIA.TTS, - NJ
A J. LAPPEUS, M: D.,
Office in Hintaan's Block, Spruce St,
Does a general practice. Chronic Dis
eases ana Diseases of Womeu a Specialty.
F. M. GEAY,
Has mow associated with him Da. F. L. Cakt,
late --ml Oawha, who is an expert crows aad
bridge .weaker aad a mist-olaa operator.
All work ffl be gaaraatsed satisfactory aad
Offiee orerGemway Waters' JtMlinery Store,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
NOTICE TO TEACHERS
Notice is hereby (riyen that I will examine all
wbo awy aeaue to oner tnemseiTes as
i Cor teachers of the common schools of.
thisooaaty oa the THIBD TUaoDAYof erery
R. H. LANGFORD,
Prof. N. KLEIN,
84 and 27, and terminating at the southwest cor
ner of the southeast quarter of section 22, in
town 11, range 28. has reported in favor of the
estehuahment thereof, and au objections thereto
or claims for damaxes most be filed in the coan-
ty clerk's office on or before aoea of the 4th day
of October. 1888, or snch road will be eetabliehed
without reierence thereto.
Dated Amr.L 1888.
294 J. . Etans, County Clerk.
Road Notice-No. 64.
The commissioner 8DDointed to locate a road
asked for by treonte H. Hashes, and others com
mencing at northeast corner of section 25. town
14, range SO, thence in a northeasterly direction
crossing sections z, s, . iu, m, 17 and VS. town
14. range 29. sections 25 and 85 town 15. range 29.
sections 2, 3, 9. 17, 20 and 19, town 15, range 28,
sections 25 and 85. town 16. ranae 28. sections 19.
29 aad 17, town , range . to section line be
tween sections in ana 17. town 16, range 27,thence
north on section line one ana three-quarter miles I
to .the northeast corner of section & town 16.
range 27, thence east two miles on section line,
terminating at Garfield, has reported in favor of
the establishment thereof, and all omechons
thereto or claims for damages mmit be filed in
the eonntv clerk's office on or before noon of
the 4th day oi uctoner. vsss, or each road will be
established without reierence thereto.
Dated Aug. 1st, 1888.
J. E. Etans.
29-4 County Clerk.
Road Notice-No. 7 1 .
The commissioner aDDointed to locate a road
asked for by Elmer E. Keese and others, com
mencing at the northwest corner of section 7.
town 10, range 29 west, thence nearly one mile
east to Well canyon, thence in a soatheast
direction along Well canyon to section line be
tween sections 7 and a, town iu, range zv, thence
south to the soatheast corner of section 80. same
town and range, thence one mile east to the
southeast comer of section 29. thence three miles
south to the soatheast comer of section 8. town
9, range 29, thence one mile east to the northeast
corner or section lo, thence two mues aoath to
southwest comer of section 22. thence one-half
mile east to the southeast corner of southwest I
quarter section 22, thence one and ooe-half miles
soath to center of section 34. town V. range 29.
thence in diagonal soatheast direction to coonty
line, has reported in favor of the establishment
taereoc, and au objections thereto or claims
for damages most be filed in the coonty clerk's
office on or before noon of the 4th day of Oct.
1888. or soch road will be established without
Dated Aueustl. 1888.
29-4 J. E. Evans, County Clerk.
He Palace Clothing Co,
L. F. SIMON, Manager.
Cadet Taylor on NortL Platte.
orth Ppatte, Neb., Aug. 3.. -There
is perhaps no city in Nebraska that has as
many "early recollections" as that of
North Platte. It was Here that the over-
Coonty Commissioners Jas. Belton and
Major Walker, accompanied by Surveyor
I. A. Fort, were in "Wallace Thursday.
ihe gentlemen were examining the coun
try with the intention of laying out a more
lie Pi ;
We-are making Sweeping Reductions.
We are knocking them out.
M.e are slaughtering goods.
We are in the lead.
laetnetioB oa the Piano, Organ, Violin or any
Bead or Brass InstrBmeat. r
Pianos aaiefmlly tuned.
Pure Crystal Lake Ice delivered in
anv part of the city.
Ice Cream made to order 'from pure
cieam and delivered.
Leave orders with R. A. Douglas.
tt&i ui Wigca Work.
Horse-Shoeing A Specially.
Shop on West Front Street, west
of the Jail,
NOBTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Billiard and Pool Hall,
J. C. HUPFER, Pbop..
Keeps none but the finest "Whiskies,such as
ROBllTSON COUNTY, TENN.
if. V. MONARCH,
O. F. Cs TAYLOR.
WELSH AND HOMESTEAD
A3eo fine case goods, Brandies, Rum, Gin
Etc. St. Louis Bottled Beer and
Milwaukee Beer on draft
Corner Sixth and Spruce Streets,
ORTH PLATTE, - - NEBRASKA
Sample :-: Boom,
Havintr refitted our rooms
throughout, the puhlic is invited to
call and see us.
Outer H. P. Buchanan )
Charles L. LiIOHTNxb. )
Charles L. Liehtner. defendant, will take
notice that on the 1st day of August. 1838. Oliver
H. p. Buchanan,, piainart herein, hied his peti-
UUU W lilt? Ul HUiWUlUr vuuiiy
Nebraska, against yon, the object tind prayer of
which is to foreclose a certain mortgage exe-
cated by you to Wallace M. Hasnns upon the
east half of the southwest quarter and north
west Quarter of the southwest quarter and the
southwest quarter of the northwest quarter
section u, township a north, range vai west, to
secure the payment of one certain promissory
note dated January 11, 1888, forthe sum of $300.00
one ana, payaoie m six morons irora me aate
thereof, that said note and mortgage was duly
transferred to this plaintiff the 6th day of J une,
1888, for a valuable consideration, that there is
now doe upon said note and mortgage the sum
of $316.75 for which sum with interest from this
date plaintiff asks judgment and decree that
defendant be required to pay the same, or that
said premises may be sold to satisfy the amount
found due. You are required to answer said
petition on or before Monday, the 10th day of
Dated Aug. 1,8888.
Oliver U. P. Buchanan,
By KasBirr & Giuxes,
29-4 his Attorneys-
We are determined to sell.
We. are Leaders of Fashion.
We will save you money.
Sell the "Sweet Orr" Overalls.
Have reduced our boys' waists.
: Intend to see you all. .
V K '
lall make- itnterestingf
Are selling clothing at cost.
Order Of Heating.
State of Nebraska, 1
Xjnooln Countt. S
At a County Court, held at the County Court
Boom, in and for said Coonty, August 3d. A. D.
Present. J. J. O'Bourke. Coonty Judge.
In the matter of the Estate of Octave Chamber
The Palace Clothing Co.
L. F. SIMON. Manager.
On reading and filins the netition of Irvins E.
VanDoran, praying that Administration of said
Estate may be granted to him as Administrator:
Ordered. That August 24th. A. D. 1883. at one
o'clock P. M.. is assigned for bearing said peti
tion, when all persons interested in said matter
for said County, and show cause why the prayer
of petitioner should not De granted; and that no
tice of the pendency of said petition and the
hearing thereof, be given to all persons interested
in said matter by publishing a copy of this order
in the Lincoln County Tribune, a Weekly
newspaper printed in said county, tor uiree suc
cessive weeks, prior to day of hearing.
TA true copy. J J. J. O'Bourke.
The North PJatte Creamery Company
has been duly organized under the laws
of the State of Nebraska. Its principal
place of business is North Platte, Lincoln
county, Nebraska. Ihe general nature
of its business is manufacturing of dairy
products and dealing in dairy products
and dairy supplies. Its capital stock is
$10,000, of -which there is $7,500 paid in,
and the balance is subject to call of the
directors. It began business on the first
day of May, 1888, and ivill continue forty
years unless sooner dissolved . The High
est amount of indebtedness that the cor
poration may subject itself shall not ex-
ceed two-thirds of the capital stock. The
affairs of the corporation are managed by
a board of five directors, president, vice
president, treasurer and secretary.
D. W. Bakeu,
LIME AND CEMENT.
Kept at the Bar.
Agent for the celebrated
tarn mmit wim,
from Soda Springs, Idahe.
Keith's Moak, Fnmi Street,
JfORTH PLATTE. - , NEBRASKA.
NOTICE CHATTEL MORTGAGE
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a chattel mortgage dated Dec. 12th,
1887 made and executed by Thomas Mc
Laughlin to First National Bank of In-
dianola, JNeorasKa, to secure tne payment
of a certain promissory note for the sum
of one hundred and forty-three and forty
hundredths Dollars, made by the said
Thomas 3IcLaughlin and bearing even
date therewith; default having been
made in the payment of said note, I will
ou the tne istii aay oi August, leoo at l
o'clock P. M. in front of the Court House
in North Platte, Nebraska, offer at public
sale to the highest bidder the following
property described in said chattel mort
gage, to-witt uue uream uoiorea jftare
4 years old, One Buckskin Mare 5 years
old with colt by her side, One iJBuckskln
Mara 3 years old, One Bay Mare 7 years
old. One Brown Mare 9 years did; or so
voca xnereoi as may oe necessary to sat
isfy said sum due, interest and costs.
Jxo. J. Lambohn,
Rock Springs Nut,
tious grass, of the great Platte valley. It
was here that Fremont halted on several
occasions to give his command an oppor
tunity to refresh themselves preparatory
to a very long and tiresome journey to
the westward. It was here that all the
great buffalo and elk hunts were arrang
ed, and from this point the start to the
northward was made. It was here that
the Grand Duke Alexis saw for the first
time a tribe of real wild Indians. It was
here and hereabouts that Buffalo Bill
j a i .
acnievea nis greatest aisuncuon as a
scout. It was here that General Phil
Sheridan often came to hunt and to show
of the wild west,
At a point near here, on top of the most
commanding of thehills-"Zion Lookout"
Is where the Sioux Indians alwavs had
pickets on duty to watch for the trains as
the' passed up and down the Platte val
ley, with a view of murder and plunder.
It was here that the Pawnees, Cheyennes
and Sioux once upon a time, only a few
years ago, were the real settlers of this
fertile valley. It was near here that old
Fort Mcpherson was the headquarters for
all military operations of the North
Platte country, but this was abandoned
many years ago. All these things have
made North Platte famous the world
The city in located about midway be
tween the North and South Platte rivers,
the two streams coming together about
three miles below. At present the South
Platte is as dry as the desert of Sahara,
the water being all drawn off by Colorado
farmers for irrigation. But the North
Platte is full of pure, mountain spring
water and will likely remain so for all
North Platte claims a population of
3,000. The city is substantially built.
Unlike many of the western towns its
business houses are nearly all built of
brick. The people take no little pride
in keeping their premises in a neat and
tidy manner. Beautiful lawns adorn
nearly all the residence property. A
complete system of waterworks has been
put in within the past six months. Elec
tric lights, gas and all the modern im
provements give North'PIatte the appear
ance of a city of no mean pretensions.
Several hundred people are employed in
the Union Pacific machine shops and
round house. This is the end of a divi
sion of the Union Pacific railroad, and it
gives North Platte a great advantage
over other towns in this portion of Ne
braska. The citizens are looking forward
to the time when North Platte shall be
the next great citv west of Omaha. Re-
cent improvements would indicate that
the citizens of this "city of the plains"
are wiaeawaKe, progressive ana enter
prising. A creamery operated by the
JNorth natte i;reamery company, with a
capacity of 2,000 pounds of butter daily,
has recently been built on the bank of
the North Platte, just north of town, and
the manager informed us that he had de
mands far in, excess of his supply, but
that the farmers have taken an active in
terest iu this industry and would engage
more extensively in the dairy industry by
the time another vear rolls around.
Cream is shipped in from all neighbor
ing towns and the success of the enter
prise is already assured.
An extensive flouring mill is auother
industry that is of great importance, nut
I only to the city, but to the surrounding
country. Its capacity is about to be
doubled to meet increasing business. The
Platte valley, in which this city is located,
is about eight miles wide and in this for
r ioiti oa. iGaukttalar-
; AeeesKts soUeited aad prompt attention girea
to all basiaess entreated to its care. Interest
paid on tie deposits.
made at the Very Lowest Bates of Interest.
abundant remedies for all spiritual or
mental' woes, and the Creator has stored,
in the kingdom of Nature, remedies for
every physical ailment For ages tttm
remedies were allowed to lie dormant,
through the ignorance of mankind as to
'their uses, -and for ages more but little at
tention was given to remedies for the pe
culiar afflictions of woman, who was look
ed upon and treated as a slave by lordly,
and then brutal man, and her suffering
regarded with beastly indifference. In
later times, science and Christian phllan-
thmnv havA rrnni) trt her Tl?f dvTInr
is developing down here that is deservinz remedi tn- w -.h. .Mfc.o
of more attention than has formerly been which wM ,witw
given it, ana as jar. Helton remarked, Favorite prescription, a remedy that cures
6"""o cu au uuwn nere
that It Is necessary we should humor you
to keep you from dividing the county."
The fact is this gentleman is never tardy
in inaugurating any improvement in the
way of roads or other matters through
the county, and for this reason his popu
larity in the country precincts is great.
His term expires this fall, and we hope
to see him a candidate for re election.
Major Walker is an old Indian fighter,
and entertained a number of our citizens
with interesting reminiscences of t.h nn.
merous expeditions he made early in the
'70's after hostile Sioux. Ha is f
land trains of twenty-five years ago used diract road from Wallace to North Piatt
to stop for rest and give their stock an By the nresent ront fnrtv.t? mn
opportunity to recuperate on the nutri- mnst be travelled, but 3Ir. Fort issatisfled
that the road he has mapped out will les
sen that distance by at least ten miles. It
is the intention to petition for a tri: week
ly mail service between the towns as soon
as the road is made ready for travel. The
commissioners realize that a little empire
the pains, aches, nausea, dfepiaceaaaats,
waisting and debilitating afflictions to
which she is 'constantly exposed. "Fa
vorite Prescription" is the only raedkiae
for women, sold by druggists, under a
positive gaurantee from the manufactur
ers, that it will give satissactioa in every
case, or money will be refunded. This
guarantee has been printed on the bottle
wrapper, and faithfully carried outfor
The deficit in the postofice department
during the last fiscal year was $4,808,913.
Of this deficit, thirteen southern states
miliar with the topography of our coun-1 fumiahed 14,012,393 and thirty-two north
try as the oldest settler, andthe3Iedicine,
Willow and Blackwood valleys are his
old stamping grounds. Mr. Fort aisp
became acquainted with this section in
the early days. Because of his knowl
edge of the country the commissioners
have selected him to aid them in planning
roads and to assist in aDDraisinsr school
lands. He is prominently identified with
temperance work in this county, and is
engaged just now in a laudable effort to
get temperance men to make their in
fluence felt in politics. He expects to
return to Wallace soon, and try to effect
an organization that will utilize the strong
temperance sentiment here for the ad
vancement of the cause. Wallace Herald.
Supt. R, H. Langford, of North Platte,
delivered a lecture at the M. E. Church,
Wednesday evening, taking for his theme
"Education Unrestricted One of the Cor
ner Stones of Our Government." Th
ern and western states furnished $886.-
520. It is evident enough when we find,
our mail facilities curtailed, that we are
skimped for the benefit of the section
that furnishes five-sixths of this deficit.
The commercial cities of Boston, -New
York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Chi
cago are forced to send their mails to
South America and the West Indies on
old wooden sail ships to save money to
pay the deficit of $4,000,000 and upwards
in these thirteen states . And the govern
ment makes a great profit out of them
over and above the expenses of carrying
their mall. If ample mail facilities were
accorded the sections that have to pay the
fiddler no one would complain of the
southern deficit. But that is where the
shoe pinches: State Journal.
By virtue of the laws of the State of Nebraska,
I hereby offer a reward of fifty Dollars for the
sneaker handled his subiprt in mfiv Ptore and convicUon of any person charged
--.w..., wim norse sieaiina' in ljincoin
manner ana gave to his audience
new ideas upon the importance of the
teachers' work that it will be well to re
member and profit by. The genial, happy
disposition of Prof. Langford was clearly
apparent throughout his discourse, and,
as is usual with him when Ieayinga place,
he left many friends behind him at Cur
tis when he returned home Thursday
morning. Curtis Record.
D. A. BAKER.
By virtue of two executions issued hv J. V.
Evans, clerk of the district court of LineoLa
Taken BP pa the 23d day of June, A. D. 1888, as
astray em section 8, in township 9 north, range
29 west, In Lincoln county, Nebraska, by the sub
scriber wo there resides, one bay horse, branded
48 on left 0mk, weight, about 800 lbs. Bas been
handlednnd is gentle.
The owner of said property can have, the. same
muusstj any Baying
jnh day oc j ane, a. u. ibbs.
YARD ON R. R. TRACK WEST OF DEPOT,
HA! HA! THE BEST OF ALL!
It did not take five years to discover that the
Jewel Grasoline Stove
was the only safe gasoline stems made, but in 1887, the first year it was
introduced in North Platte, FORTY-SIX were sold, more than was sold
of all others combined. We have them with either drop tank or the
pneumatic, and in the language of tbe poet, "no pump to get out of or
der or gas forced through the room," but can prove that less gas escapes
from it than any stove made and can show it has many points of supe
riority over all others and prove to you that the Jewel is
: Best : Stove : 3kad.e..
They are all guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction and will consume
less gasoline than any stove in the market. Call and examine the late
improved Jewel and be convinced and you will bur-nd other
manv milps un nnd down the vallev are
ROCk SprillgS Llimpi located some of tho largest and best
ranches in JNeorasKa. luese rancnes
contain from two to five thousand acres
each and are nearly all fenced and well
Two miles to the northwest is the fa
mous W.F.Cody (Buffalo Bill) ranch.
This is still run by Cody, 'et of recent
years he has spent but little time there.
On either side of the Platte valley there
is a raugo of sand hills extending back
some twelve or fifteen miles to a rich and
productive country. Even the sand hills,
so called, are being taken up and cultiva
The crops iu the immediate vicinity of
North Platte are of the very best. Wheat
bas yielded well this year. Corn pro
mises a big crop. Hay is the principal
crop owing to the thousands of heads of
cattle nnd horses pastured in the Platte
valley. The ranches have heretofore oc
cupied pretty much all the best lands, but
in recent years the small faimer is find
ing his way into this country and it will
not be many years before tbe ranches
will give way to the tiller of the soil on a
smaller scale. a
Twenty-five miles above North Platte
the river was tipped by a small sized
canal for the purpose of irrigating the
valley. A great abundance of water was
obtained and thousands of acres are now
being watered in this way, yet the rain
fall seems to be increasing yearly and ir
rigation will not be required to raise
good crops, Splendid crops have been
raised this year without irrigation and the
latter is qo longer considered a necessity
to successful agriculture. We are indebt
ed to Major Stevens of The Tribune,
Mr. Grimes and Captain Frank Baker,
for courteous attention during our day's
visit at North Platte.
"Doc" Middleton, the ex-regulator and
Olive gardener, is irrigating the thirsty
throng in Gordon.
A fellow named Mace is rusticating in
the Fremont jail for turning borrowed
mares into cash two years ago.
A new-fangled grub worm threatens
the throne of King Corn in Burt county.
It feeds on the succulent roots and brings
down the stalk.
The eleven-year-old daughter of Mich
ael Brennan, of Hay Springs, became en-
tangled in a rope attached to a frisky cow
and was dragged to death.
Henry Raasch, of Norfolk, attempted
peaceably to extract a rusty charge from
a shotgun. The ramrod left an ugly hole
in the palm of his band.
The viaduct approaches to the Burling
ton bridge at Mebraska City will be com
pleted this week. Tho bridge will be
opened to traffic about the 15th.
Arthur, the 11-year-old son of Charles
Wallace, of Fremont, is listed among the
missing. He is a slim built, light com
plectioned boy, with blooming freckles.
He sports base ball shoes, dark clothes
and a check shirt.
county, Mebraska. apoa tramseripta filed in the
office of said clerk of two judgments rendered
oy John nawley, justice or the peace, in favor of
"The McCorraick Harvesting Machine Co "
against David Cash, I have levied upon the fol
lowing real estate as the Dronertv of thn naiH
David Cash, to-wit: Lots two and three both in
section six (6). township thirteen (13) range
twenty-nine (29). in Lincoln county. Nebraakii.
and I will on the 27th day of August, 1883, at one
o'clock p. m. of said day, at the front door of the
court house of said county, in North Piatt
sell in separate lots said real estate at public
auction to the hurhest bidder for cash to aatiarV
said executions, the amount due thereon in the
aggregate being the sum of $127.30 and $5.00
costs and accruing costs.
.uateu north Jflatte, July 25, 1888.
I. mxxs. Sheriff.
J. W. MaaavxAN, Deputy.
C S. Clark, the noted "Kralc" of the
Missouri slope has retired from the Ne.
braska City News to accept a position on
the Milwaukee Neics. His admirers in
the former city presented him a silver
headed staff ou the eve of his departure.
Children and a pistol invariably provide
a funeral. Thp two children of a farmer
near Holdrege toyed with a pistol, one of
em securing a hole through his lungs.
As amatter of convenience the family
arsenal should contain a supply of coffins.
A beautiful marble shaft now marks the
graves of the Westphalen children who
perished in Dodg county during the
great blizzard of last January. It is a
tribute of admirers to heroism and an of
fering of sympathy to the sorrowing
mother. The scores of children and pa
rents who contributed their mite to the
monument fund will be gratified to know
that the trust was faithfully executed.
Four of the six tramps who were
smothered to death near Yutan station on
the Union Pacific road Thursday morn
ing by the upsetting of a car of shelled
corn in which they were riding have
been recognized as follows: John C.
Taylor, cigar-maker from Louisville, Ky.,
Chas. Sparks, of Wymore, where he has
a brother living; Earl R. Talbot resi
dence unknown, but recognized by letter
found upon him addressed to Columbus,
Neb.; Geo. R. Stokes, cigar-maker, of
In District Court of Lincoln (Tnnntr Ne
Linda Lkwis, )
Hahry Lzwib. )
To Harrr Tawib tnnn.Mui
You are hereby nntifiwl that m tk va Am-
of July. 1883, Linda Lewis filed a petition against "
you in the district court of IJsenln nn ru
a divorce front the bonds of nutriawny, apoa
uw grouua uw. me aeienaanc ior more m ays
rears past nas Deen a natatoal drunkard aad has
ieen trniltv of extrema emnltv bmwl ntainfiir
by stnkina and beatin her ami ratllimr w
and vulgar names, and being of sufficient ability
u groviue auiiaDie maintenance lor plaintiff,
has wantonly, grossly and cruelly refasedYaad
neglected to do so, ail without any just caase or
provocation on plaintiffs part. Yoa are required
to answer said Detition on or hofnm Miuutav
September 10th, 1888.
By Nesbitt & Gbtxks,
Notice of Sale.
Notice is hereby siven that hv virtrm nf a chat.
tel mortgage dated the 21th day of April, 1888.
and duly hied and recorded in the office of tho
county clerk of Lincoln county. Nebraska, on
the lftth day of Slay, 1883, and executed by Bese
kiah W. Davis and Arinda J. Tlavia. him wife ts
A. H. Davis and assigned by A. H. Davis to
Monanty. Trimble & Co. to seenrn th navmnnt
of $270.50. upon which there is now due $277.28;
default having been made in the payment of said
sum, and no suit or other proceedings having
utx-u uisuiuuu iu recover saia aeot or any part
thereof, therefore I will sell the property therein
used as a blacksmith shop on nw qr sw or section
15, town 9, range 90, also all of the tools and ma
terials belonging to said shop, at public auction
in me town 01 weiineet, county of Lincoln and
state of Nebraska, on tho first day of September.
1888, at one o'clock p, m. of said day.
-uaieu August iiui, ibbh.
MORIAKITT, THIXBELI, & Co.,
by H. L. Caaxo'
Fine Soot and Shoe Maker,
And Dealer In
MEN'S LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Perfect Fit, Best Work and Goods
Represented or Money Refunded.
REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE.
Spruce Street, bet. Front and Sixth,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Mini Bred Horses.
'Earth has no sorrow that heaven can
not heal," whether arising from physical, track or road.
mental or moral sources. The promises
and consolations of the gospel furnish
Standard Bred Mares in
Fashionably fired Stallions.
choice young mares and geldings,
broken to harness, and suitable for
Jno. W. Watt,