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STEVENS & BABE, Prop's.
If paid in Advance, only $1.00 per year.
One Year, if not in Advance, $1.50.
Six Months, in Advance, - - - .75
Three Months, in Advance, - - .50
Advertising Rates on Application.
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, SEPTEMBER 4, 1889.
FOR THE NEXT 6o DAYS
WE WILL SELL FOB
Anything in our store consisting of all new and
well made goods as follows:
Mens, Boys and
Hats, Caps, Boots Shoes, Trunks, Valises,
A T CTTTATj cost
and remember we mean what we say
and do it. Now is your best time
to get Bargains at the
M. EINSTEEN & Co.
Leaders of Fashion and Low Prices.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
INTor-tii Platte, - Neb.
Authorized Capital, $200,000. Paid in Capital, $50,000.
Banking In All .Its Branches Transacted
Sell Bills of Exchange Direct on Great Britain and Ireland, Switzer
land, France, Belgium Holland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark,
Italy, Russia, Spain, Portugal, German' and Austria.
INTEREST BwiD ON TIME DEPOSITS.
By virtne of the laws of the State of Nebraska,
1 hereby offer a reward of Fifty Dollars for the
capture and conviction of any person charged
with horso stealing in Lincoln county.
D. A. BAKER,
R. D. THOMSON,
Contractor and Builder.
127 Sixth St. Cor. of Vine,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
RICHARDS & Co.,
OMAHA, - jSTEB.
We coutract on everything in the
line of building.
I. K. S0MERS,
Florist and Gardener,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBR.
Can furnish all kinds of fruit and
shade trees, forest trees, and seed
lings for tree claims at lowest
prices. Also all kinds of plants and
flowers. Estimates and designs
given for laying out new grounds.
Yards kept by contract.
Martin & Nauman
AND DEALERS IN
nm ill SALT
HAMS ,BACON, SAUSAGE
Highest Price Paid for Fat Stock.
Sixth Street, between Spruce and Pine,
NORTH PLATTE, - - NEB.
U. P. TIME TABLE.
No. 6 Chicago Express Dept. 1:20 A, M.
No. 4 Fast Express " 1030 A. M.
No. 2 Atlantic Express " 8:05 p. M.
No. 22 Freight " liSO A. M.
GOING WEST MOUNTAIN TIME.
No. 1 Fast ExDress Dept 6:05 A. M.
No. 3 Pacific Express " 6:10 V. M.
No. 5 Denver Express " 8:10 p. M.
No. 23 Freight " 7:15 A. M.
J. C. Ferguson. Agent.
NESBITT & GRIMES,
NORTH PLATTE, - NEBR.
Office oteb Foley's Stoee.
B. I. Hinman. T. Fulton Gantt.
HINMAN & GANTT,
Attorneys - at - Xjaw.
Will practice in all the conrts of the State.
Office over the Po6tofiice.
C. M. DUNCAN, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office: Ottenstein's Block, up stairs. Office
hours from 9 to 12 a. ro., 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m
Residence on West Sixth Street.
NORTH PLATTE, - NEBRASKA.
Doctor McNEIL SMITH,
Graduate of the Royal Colleges of Physicians
and Surgeons, Edinburgh,
Office and Residence,
Wellfleet, - Nebraska.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Estimates on Work Furnished.
Shop Corner Cottonwood and Third Sts
east of Catholic church.
NOTICE TO TEACHERS.
Notice is hereby given that I will examine all
persons who may desire to offer themselves as
candidates for teachers of the common schools of
this county on the THIRD TUESDAY of every
R. H. LANCFORD,
A. P. CARLSON,
Full line of piece goods always on
hand and made to order..
Only first-class workmen employed.
Bhop on Bprace Street over Hans Gertler & Co.
Our mutual friend Charley has evi
dently lost a Key, as you can see him
headed for O'Fallon quite often. John
Huburn if you have that Key give it up.
A number of horses in this vicinity are
afflicted with distemper, but as yet I
have heard of none dying from the
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Thompson died on the 23d. Funeral
services conducted by Rev. Bewick, were
held on the following day. The parents
have the heartfelt sympathy of the
Kv. Bewick preched here Tuesday
evening and those who attended speak
highly of his sermon. It is hoped ho will
The dance at the Brooks residence
Friday night was somewhat of a failure,
only three eirls being present. Times
are too rushing for dances..
Summer complaint is prostrating some
of our people and as yet no remedy has
been found for its cure.
Hay is being shipped from this station
at the rate of five carloads per day and
still you cannot see that it makes the
amount in the fields look any smaller.
A firm under the title of Nelson &
Zook are to put up a store and blacksmith
shop here as soon as the town is laid out,
but I think a great many of us will bo
laid out before the town is.
It is pleasing to state that Nichols is
A firm under the heading of F. Zook &
Co., is seriously contemplated by gentle
men in this district.
Mr. I. V. Zook will open a real estate
office for the purpose of selling town
lots. Any one wishing to invest money
will do well by aDDlvins: to I. V. Zook.
Terms easy. Sport
A question of popular rights as well as
of sentiment Is brought to the fore in
Baltimore nv the refusal of a Mr. Apple
ton of New York lo lend the Baltimore:! ns
the flag that floated from Ft. McHenry
in September, 1814, when the British
invaders bombarded the city and were
repulsed by the "old defenders." It was
that flag that inspired" Francis Scott Key
when he caught sight of it still floating in
the breeze, from the British vessel on
which he was a prisoner, on the morning
after the bombardment. They are about
to celebrate the seventy-fifth anniversary
of the repulse on the 12th of this month
and want the original flag to float from
the old fort in honor of the occasion.
They say, apropos of- the meanness of
Appletr.n in refusing the loan, that the
flag was stolen by the ancestor from whom
he inherited it, anyway. It was manu
factured by the ladies of Baltimore and
presented to the fort as its garrison flag
When Colonel Armistead. who was in
command of the fort, left for another
place, he buudled up the flag and took it
away with him. It was not his property
and perhaps the Baltimoreuns are
righteously indignant at the dog in the
E. B WARNER,
Keeps constantly in stock Metalic and Cloth
Draped Caskets, complete line of Trimmings
in white and black, Gloss White Caskets,
Coffins of all sizes. Shrouds & Shoes.
Telegraph orders promptly attended toJS!
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
"EMBALMING A SPECIALTiW
Sixth Stheet, east or Locust.
NORTH PLATTE, : : NEBRASKA
attitude of Mr. Appleton.
The Dawson County Land and Invest
ment Co., is a new business association
composed of Lexington citizens, formed
for the purpose of dealing in real estate.
Several membejcs. of the company1 have
been in town during the past week and
purchased twenty-five lots in West Lawn,
paying $3,125 for the same. The com
pany doubtless contemplates making
other investments, as ij is understood
their heedquarters will be established
here in the near future. The company
comprises some of Lexington's most
enterprising citizens, ot the earful, con
servative sort, and their investment here
is ample evidence of the good judgement
of the company. They will succeed.
A telegram from Kearney yester
day announced that the contract to dig
the Gothenburg canal had been let to
Messrs. McDonald, Penfield & Co. , of
Fremont, Neb. Represetatives of the
contractors were on the ground this morn
ing securing information that would
enable them to complete the details of the
contract. Just when work on the canal
will be commenced, the writer is not in
formed, but probably within two or three
weeks. Gothenburg Independent.
The new law governing fire insurance
companies and their agents which took
effect July 1st requires every underwriter
and every person who shall act as agent
for any fire insurance company to enter
into bonds in the sum of $ 1,000, condition
ed that they will pay over to the city or
village in which they operate, two per
cent of all premiums received, such
payment is to be used for the support of
the fire department of such city or
village. The penalty for failure to comply
with the law is severe, being as
follows: "Every person who shall effect,
or agree to effect, any fire insurance in
any such city or village, without having
delivered such bond, or who shall wilfully
omit or refuse to pay such duty or rate,
shall be deemed guilty, of misdemeanor
and for each offense shall be subject to
indictment, and upon conviction thereof,
in any court, of competent jurisdiction,
shall be fined in any sum not exceeding
$1,000 or be imprisoned in county jail
not exceeding six months or both at the
discretion of the court."
This racket over the pension given Sen
ator Manderson recalls another pension,
given a man in similar circumstances, at
which the papers which are now abusing
General Manderson smiled approvingly,
Among the first applicants under the
Mexican pension law was General John
S. Williams, one of the wealthiest men
in the state of Kentucky, who had been,
governor of the state and senator, and was
and is a candidate for re-election to both
places. He was likewise a brigadier
general in the service of the southern
confederacy, and after plotting and
intriguing with Breckinridge to drag
Kentucky into secession, left the state at
the head of a brigade of Kentuckians,
and fought as hard as he could for over
four years to destroy the government
whose pension he was so prompt to claim
and accept. National Tribune.
There was a terrible epidemic of
dysentery and bloody flux in Pope
County, Illinois, last summer. As many
as five deaths occurred in one ,day.
Messrs. Walter Brothers, of Waltersburg,
sold over 380 bottles of Chamberlain's
Cholic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy
during this epidemic and say they never
heard of it's failing in any case when the
directions were followed. It was the
only medicine used that did cure the
worst, cases. Many persons were cured
by it after the doctor had given them up.
Twenty-five and fifty cent bottles for sale
by A. F. Streitz and Dr. Longley, North
Postmaster General WanamsXer does
not propose to stand any nonsense from
southern towns where threats of boy
cotting are made if negroes are appointed
to office. The department has an effective
remedy at hand to bring such communi
ties to terms by discontinuing the post
office service in those places.
Grand preparations are being made for
the soldiers' and sailors' re-union to be
held ot McCook October 9, 10, 11 and 12.
Camp grounds have been secured where
tents can be pitched to accommodate
10,000 people. Many prominent speakers
both from 'this state and abroad have
promised to attend, and deliver addresses.
A Stanton county farm hand, working
near Pilger, was mysteriously poisoned
the other day, and there are several
theories in regard to the matter. One
reason is that he had eaten melons taken
from a "dosed" patch, and another that
the poisoned was administered by a man
who was his rival in the affections of a
young lady. He will recover, but the
case will be investigated.
John Oedkin purchased eighty acres
of raw land near McCook last year, paying
therefore $1,660. Last fall he sowed
sixty-eight acres of his purchase in fall
wheat. He lately marketed the crop,
2,700 bushels, receiving for the same
$1,620. The other twelve acres was put
in rye, and the total crop from the eighty
acres will bring more money than he paid
for the land, and also pay the expenses of
raising the crop.
Henry Shaw, who for the oast thirtv-
Jive years has been justly celebrated as
the originator and proprietor of Shaw's
botonical garden at St. Louis, is dead.
In his death that city looses one of her
leading public spirited men. As a phi
lanthrophist he is justly celebrated, aud
as a lover of nature in her lovliest form
he had few equals and no superior.
Judge Shields was eminently correct in
refusing to grant a marriage license to a
young man who had only 37 cents to pin-
tor it. The regulation price is $2, and
the judge holds that a man who can't nav
that sum for a matrimonial permit ought
not to be allowed to marry. He believes
in protecting the fair sex. Republican.
Jim Stucker, living at Stanton, got up
the other night and loaded his sun to
shoot a cat which was killing his chick
ens, lie put the gun awav loaded and
next day forgot all about it. His 14 year
old son picked it up supposing it not
loaded as usual and shot his little six-
year old sister, Wowing the top of her
In the case of Justice Field and Judge
Terry Republics " are in t condition to
discuss without being charged with
-was doomed. Two men who occupied a
room together arose and while one
watched the progress of the flames so
that they could escape in time, the other
packed their grips. He was not at all
frightened, and did- the job calmly and
methodically. Just as the flames began
to lick the window sill the two cool
headed men started out. They then
discovered that all their clothes had been
carefully packed away in the valises. It
was to late to halt and they were obliged
to continue their journey out into the
world in very scant rainment. But they
were not a bit frightened. Not a bit.
On the first of December, 1888, there
were reported by the Denver architects'
orders on hand for the construction in
1889, of over one hundred residences on
and around Capitol Hill, and the average
cost exceeded $10,000 for each house.
Denver is by common consent the hand
somest residence city in the west, and
every succeeding year adds to her popu
lation those who desire to live in a per
fect climate. The cool dry air of
Colorado has become world famous, and
in many a cosy mountain, retreat, reached
only by the Union Pacific Railway in
Colorado, may be found scores of people
from all over the world who find life a joy
in this health-giving .atmosphere.
The new vegetable tonic-alterative and blood
purifier is in the sliape of a pleasant syrap, and
contains in a concentrated form the most
valuable vegetnblo curatives, which have been
developed by modern medical and scientific
research. It acts directly upon the blood,
through it imparting vigor to the entire 9ystem
and eradicating disease, and is nnequnled as a
cure far Scrofulous, Cancerous and other humors,
whether constitutional or otherwise, Catanh,
Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Dropsy, sick and
nervous headache, female weakness, and all
blood, liver and kidney diseases Price $1. Sold
by A. S. Streitz.
prejudice. Terry was long a Midinir
Democrat, and not long ago a Democratic
...ktl. T..: ci:u i 4't i
elector, while Justice Field has as
and been urged by many influential tmen
as a JJemacratic candidate for Fresi
The voice that has been heard
ally for Field has been in no
Robert Marvel vjf IruHnuapolis, after a
fast lasting 67 days, died oa August 20,
aged sixty-five jpearA. Mr. Marvel uiphui
last snunre mealJfn June 13th. For
thirty-six "days he iook absolutely nothing
into bis stomach. On the thirty-eighth
day he drank a small quantity of milk,
anil at irregular periodk ho has continued
to do so. All told, be has drank not to
exceed one gallon of milk intheixtv-
seven days that have elapsed since he
began the fast. Marvel's fast is the
longest on record, so far as known.
The rapid development of Nebraska is
well illustrated by a statement recently
prepared by the postoffice department.
It shows that for the fiscal year, 1889,
Nebraska furnished an increase in the
mileage of the railway mail service
larger than any other "state. Out of a
total increase of railway mail service in
the United States amounting to 6,946
miles, Nebraska claims 592 miles an
increase which was 100 miles greater
than any other state could boast. The
exhibit also indicates that Nebraska
officials havo been active in developing
mail facilities for the state.
The fashionable watering place, Long
Branch, has gone daft over Christian
science. The aristocrats are deeply
smitten, and it reigns this season as the
only correct fad. Possibly the queer
theories of the scientists on "soul affinity"
and other things are responsible for the
adoption of the science in many of the
wealthy homes. If the acou'nts are
reliable more than one matrimonial tie
has been shattered by this rather peculiar
It is reported that the dam above
Johnstown is to be rebuilt. If this should
be done and another calamity follow the
sufferers will not receive the sympathy
the second time like they did thelirst.
If those who escaped will enter their
necks knowingly into the halter the
second time, they themselves are to Blame.
The saying, "If a dog bites you, the first
time it is the fault of the dog, but if ho
bites you the second time, it is your fault,"
comes in play here.
Mrs. Lamadrid's 1-cent coffee stands
for the poor of New York are a great
success so far as the good they do .goes.
She gives excellent food for the money,
and is enabled to do this by doing her
own marketing and making the best
bargains with the dealers. The stands,
of which there are six, cost between $2,000
and $3,000 a year. Mrs. Lamadrid savs
that so far her greatest trouble has been
with the men in charge of the stand?,
who, following the devices of Wall, street,
water the stock for the sake of selling
more coffee and soup.
Harvest Excursions via the Union
The Union Pacific R'y takes pleasure
in announcing that it will run Harvest
Excursions to Kansas, Colorado, Wyom
ing, Utah, Idaho and Montana on the
following dates: Sept. 10th and 24th
and October 8te. For these occasions a
great reduction in rates has been made
thus giving you a splendid opportunity
to visit nearly every place in the great
west. Do not miss it It affords the
business man, stock raiser mining pros
pector and farmer an unequaled chance
to see the unlimited resources of the
For tickets, rates, pamphlets, etc., apply
to your nearest ticket agent.
There is nothing like coolness in times
of danger. A fire broke out near a
Colorado hotel the other day, and it was
seen from the first that the old hostlery
NOTICE TO HUNTERS
Notice is hereby given that hunting on
the lands oT the undersigned is strictly
forbidden. All persons so trespassing
Avill be prosecuted to the full extent of
rSw Paxton" & B ekshey .
Oxk HuxnitED Dollaiis Kewakd. Stolen,
ubout 8:30 p. m., August Sid, 18&), a span of
dappled cream-colored marc, with white manes
and tail, one four years old, branded on left
shoulder with triangle brand with dot in center,
shod n front fect with toe-bar shoes, unshod on
hind fect, strip in face, will weigh about !XX) lbs.
The sther, uubranded, fivej-ears old, unshod;
been blistered on right front leg, white snip on
noge, when stolen had on quarter boots, will
weigh about 850 pounds, sub-maxillary glands
untler jaw slichtly enlarged. Team was hitched
to a eidc-bar covered buggy, painted black, and
both horncs wear fly-nett, blue in color, with red
tast-cls. t uty dollars reward will be paid by
Liiicoln county for arrest and conviction of
thief, reward bj the cheriff for same, and 525
by the owner for rcturx of team, bugzy and
harness and conviction of thief.
D. W. Baked, Sheriff,
It. II. Langfoiiii, owner, North Platte, 'eb.
North Platte, Neb.
NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS.
Property owners aud others are request
ed to; remove at once-all refuse'1' from the
alleys bordering on iheir lots in com
pliance with ordinance relatiug thereto.
AT THE NEW STORE.
BENNIE S GREAT FALL SALE.
j The Greatest Dry Goods Sale Ever Offered. 6,000 Just
( Received Direct From Lee, Tweedy & Co., New York.
We are bound to sell and at prices that will suprise the whole country.
Look at these prices:
Five Thousand Yards Best 8-cent Calico at Six Cents.
Five Thousand Yards Lonsdale Muslin at 8 1-2 Cents.
Five Thousand Yards Unbleached at 6 1-2 Cts.
5,000 Yards Dutch Blue Best Quality, at 12 1.-2 Cts.
5,000 YAEDS new style ginghams.
IN OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
We have the largest variety ever shown in the city. Colored Silks,
Henrietta Cloths, the very latest shades, Handsome line of Black
and Colored Brillianteens, the latest dress goods in the market.
IMMENSE LINE OF LADIES CLOAKS AND WRAPS,
Newmarkets in Fine English Cloths. Fine line of Plush Wraps.
BARGAINS IN SHOES.
We put on sale a fine line of 5.50 French Kid Shoes at $3.50. Also a
large line of American Kid at 1.90, reduced frour 2.50 and
Ladies are invited to examine our immense line of carpets. Two-plys,
Three-plys, Tapestry and Body Brussels, in the very latest designs.
Thirtv patterns to select from. The only line in town.
RENNIE'S NEW PALACE OF FASHION,
Spruce Street, Opposite the Postoffice.
TO CATTLE OWNERS.
- Do not turn your cows out until the
herder calls for them. I shall certainly
enforce the ordinance and impound every
animal found ruuning at large in the city
limits. The Town Lot Co's addition is in
the city limits. Thi notice applies to
horses nsrwell as cows.
Chief of Police.
L desire to announce to members
of the Alliance and all other far
mers that I am agent for the Royal
Windmills, Davis Vertical Feed
Sewing Machines aud American
"! Til i
iiigncning reoas. i also make a
specialty of erecting windmillsr
putting down, hydraulic and deep
well ipumns and. repairing machines
of all' kinds. Orders can he left at
VonGoetz's Grocery Store.
VICTOR E. MEYER,
Nouth Platte, Neij.
LAND OFFICE NOTICES.
Land Office at North Platte. Nebr., )
. AngnBt 2Uh, 1889. S
Notice is hereby piven that the follomng
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before Register and
Receiver at North Platte, Nebr., on Nov. 13th,
1KS9, Tiz: LooraiB Rice, H. E. No. 4256 for
the northeast quarter section iil, township M,
range 27. Ho names the following witnesses to
prevo Iiis continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz: William Beattr. Ever
al A. Johnston, Edward D. Mnrphy and Robert
Bnrk, all of Brady Island. Neb.
336 Wm. Neville, Register.
Land Office at North Platte, Neb., ;
August 21th, 1889. i
Notice iB hereby given that the following,
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before Register and
Receiver at North Platte. Nobr., on Nov. 13th.
1889, viz: Archibald R. Adamson, H. E. No 5867
for the E hf of NE quarter, section 22, township
13, rango 31. He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence npon and cul
tivation of, said land, viz: Ilernard Beer,
Thomas Rowley. John W. Baggett, Alexander
England, all of North Platte, Neb.
336 Wai. Neville, Register.
Land Office at North Platte, Neb.,
Aug. 10th, 1889. f
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notico of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim and
that said proof will be made before Register and
Receiver at North Platte. Neb., on Oct. 19, 1889,
viz: Loren Stnrgis on Timber-claim Entry Nq.
1256 for the south half of thei northeast quarter
and north half of the southeast quarter section
6, town 14, range 30. He names the following
witnesses to prove his cultivation of said land,
viz: Lester Walker, H. J. Hansen. D. B. Mc
Neal. of North Platte, Neb., T. J. Jones, of
Desirable Far mini Land
LINCOLN & KEITH COUNTIES
I hereby announce that I have
opened out a large stock of Uuder-
A-i r a.-. . i- - l
ratters onppues, sucn as
m tjiai i to. .c -n fin oioxn urap
And Burial Oases.
Also a fine stock o Shrouds, Lin
ings, Trimmings, etc. In connec
tion I have one of the finest hearses
in the west. Prompt attention to
all calls in city or country. Prices
reasonable, llooni on Locust St.,
opposite Hershey & Co.
SAML. ADAMS, Prop.
These Lands lie between the North
and South Platte Kivers, in Ranges
33 to 37 inclusive, on the line of the
Union Pacific Railway.
Prices, terms and full informa
tion can be obtained on application
at the office of
DILLON & COLLINS,
North Patte, : rNebraska.
Sample :-: Room,
Having refitted our rooms
throughout, the public is invited to
call and see us.
Fine Boot and Shoe Maker,.
And Dealer In ' .
MEN'S LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Perfect Fit, Uest Work aud Goods
Represented or Mouey Refuuded.
REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE.
U. 8. Land Office, North Platte. Neb., )
Anjrast 15th, 1&S9. f
Complaint having been entered at this office
by William G. L. Craijr against Anders Enqniat
for abandoning nib Homestead Entry No. 10028,
dated April 13, 1880, upon the Honthwest quarter
of the southeast qnarter and the south half of
the southwest quarter and the northwest quar
ter of the southwest quarter section 12, town 10,
range 27, in Lincoln county, Nebraska, with a
view to the cancellation of said entry, the said
parties are hereby summoned to appear at this
office on the 1st day of October, 1889, a 1) o'clock
a. m. to respond and furnish testimony con
cerning said alleged abandonment.
325. Wm. Neville, Register.
NOTICE TO BRIDGE BDILDER8.
Sealed bids will be received at the office of the
County Clerk of Lincoln until Monday, Sept. 9,
1889, at 2 o'clock p. m., for abridge across the
Platte River on a public highway on section line
between sections 10 and 11, 14 and 15, 22 and 23,
township 12, range 27, in Lincoln County, Ne
braska. Said bridge will be a pile bridge about 3,000
Plans and specifications for said bridge havo
been adopted by the Hoard of (bounty Com
missioners and nil bids will be made on said
Said plans can be scon at the office of the
County Clerk at North Platte, Nebraska.
The Board reserves the right to reject any or
By order of Board of County Commissioners of
Lincoln County, Nebraska.
J. E. Evajjs.
314 Connty Clerk
Choice :! Wines, :: Liquor: :! and :! Cigars
Kept at the Bar.
Agent for the celebrated
ISAM NAHM mm WATER
from Soda Sprinns, Idaho.
Keith's Block, Front Street.
NORTH PLATTE. - NEBRASKA
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
.A. ustiew b: .a. nsr id
AT THE BELLOWS.
, Having purchased thd Black
smith BusinesH of Hershey & Co.
lwill continue the same at the
old stand, cor. Fifth nnd Locust
streets. All kinds of
Blacksmithing, :' : Horseshoeing,
Wagon and Carriage Repairing
promptly executed in first-clasa style. Having
the beat machinery west of Kearney, ray facilities
for doing work quickly are unsurpassed.
My prices are vory low, but cannot ive
Cred it. Please do not ask for it.
JOHN H. HARDEN,
The Cash Blacksmith,
NORTH and SOUTH
NORTH PLATTE, - NEB
J. O. Ferguson, Agent.
Billiard and Pool Hall&
J. C. HTJPFER, Prop.,
Keeps none but the finest Whiskies,such as
ROBINSON COUNTY, TENN.
M. V. MONA11CU,
0. F. C. TAYLOIV
WELSH AND HOMESTEAD
Also fine case goods, Brandies, Rum, Gin
Etc. St. Louis Bottled Beer and -Milwaukee
Beer on draft.
Corner Sixth and Spruce Streets,
NORTH PLATTE, - - NEBRASKA