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THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBOM: FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 25, 1895.
Consumers ofchewiry tobacco who
are willing to pay a little more than
the price charged for tlie ordinary
trade tobaccos, will find tte
irand superior to all otW
SEWARE Of IMITATION.!
Nothing has ever been produced to
equal or compare with HlElplioyS,
Witch EaZOl Oil as a curative and
HEALIKG APPLICATION". It lias been
used 40 years and always affords relief
and always gives satisfaction.
It Cures 'Pii.es or Hemorrhoids, External
or Internal, Blind o Bleeding Itching and
IJurnmp;; Cracks or Fissures and Fistulas.
Relief immediate cure certain.
It Cures I5i kn, Scalds and Ulceration and
Contraction from Burns. Relief instant.
It Cures Torn, Cut and Lacerated
Wounds and Bruise-.
It Cures Boils, Hot Tumors, Ulcers, Old
Sores, Itching Eruptions, Scurfy or Scald
Head. It is Infallible.
It Cures Im 1 amed or Caked Breasts
and Sore Nipples. It is invaluable.
It Cures Salt Rheum, Tetters, Scurfy
Eruptions Chapped Hands, I-cver Blisters,
Sore Lips or Nostrils, Corns and Bunions,
Sore and Chafed Feet, Stings of Insects.
Three Sizes, 251., 50c. and Si.oo.
Sold by Druggists, or tent post-paid on receiptof price.
1111PH1U.S' MED. tO., Ill 113 VUlllicl M., tw York.
WITCH HAZEL OIL
Lb nniM?n ntr.riTiiEr.Frr. TMi rtat&y
m R Kilt 3 'Vlieinj l.yxtcO d.tmif t.. th MU. of
Li tSSISplS SLoo aiscsiei -! tiic .r-niuUrinary Or.
1 ctts, reuiures no cna.r of diet ci
by cither sex it Is lxicsubie to csstnet
any iiseisa. lut in the czc cf
these rJrefcJrUrasTffBfcTSiT Arrucrri
f iTT fiHb to a euro. IV.ce l7 roail.pU5Ha;
Sold bv A. F. Streitz, Druggist, Nortl
"WE fill roy the above reward fo. any case o
Liver Complaint Dyspepsia, iek Headache In
lij:e!tion coaaiipaiioii "i -u3i"tui n.v.uuuv
cure with West's Vegetable Liver Tills, yvhe:
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1.. irA.l1.1n -mH runn-T till t f O-l Vr CLnt
itihetiou. Su;rarCo.-ited. T-arjjc bores. 25 cents
Beware of counterfeits and imitations. Tliesren
COMPANY. CHICAGO, ILL.
Sold J)v A. F. Streitz, Druggist, N rt
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A. F. Streitz, Druggist, North Piatt
Nob. L A Q 0 E S DO YOU KKOW
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tiablo cura on tu kot. 1'iice &LC1.'; soat b;
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No More Back Ac
I NFL AM AT. ON of-riiC BLADDER. AMD
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Tor Sale by A. Jb Streitz.
Splendid enrativpacent for Xerrons cr Sick
L:ial or Kenernl Xearaltric: also lor Itaou-
rurwia. " Jlna'mia. Antidote for Alcoholio
TC8!. 1W. 10. 23and60 cents.
THE ARNOLD CHEMICAL CO.
151 S. Western Avenue, CHICAGO.
BRIBE 3IONEY IX THE BANK.
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Dos Moines Citizens' Committee Deposlti
Boodle Offered by tho Gu Company.
Des Moines. Jan. 24 The $1,000
which was paid to The Saturday Review
by C. K. Mead to purchase its silence in
opposition to the pending gas franchise
ordinance has been deposited by the
citizens' committee in a local bank and
already live garnishments have been
filed against it for debts alleged to be
due the plaintiffs from Mend.
May Lemtn Saloom In Dubuque.
Dubuque, la., Jan. 24. The townshif
assessors announce they will observe the
order issued by the county supervisors
to list saloons under the mulct law.
Last year no order was issued and only
five township assessors made report
under the law. There are 22.1 saloons
here, paying a city tax of $200 each, and
it is estimated the imposition of theGOC
mulct tax will reduce the number ovei
Wago Reduction For Intra .Miners.
Fort Dodge, la., Jan. 24. The mild
winter has been hard on the coal miner
of this county, who have had little work
for the past year. At Lehigh they have
now agreed with the operators to accept
a reduction of 25 per cent in wages in
order that Lehigh coal may be pushed.
Operators agree to restore the old
wages, $ 1 per ton, as soon as the selling
price can be restored.
Commencement Orators Clioion.
Gkinnell, la., Jan. 24. The seniot
class of Iowa college chose their com
mencement speakers: "Valedictorian
M. LT. Douglass, Grinnell; orator, P. V.
Evans, Williamsburg; salutatorian.
Estella Roberts, Postville; poet, A. E
Snowden, Fayette; mantle orator, G. H
S! ruble, Toledo; historian, Helen Burl
Loss of Of-.lce Disheartened Illm.
Colfax, la., Jan. 21. F. W. Carey,
aged 70 years, who had served six yean
as justice of the peace and two terms as
mayor of Colfax, died as the result of s
dose of morphine administered by hi.'
own hand. He was disheartened by his
defeat for re-election as justice of the
peace, upon which ho relied for a living
Killed In a Kunaway.
DriJUQUK, la., Jan. 2-1. John Cottrell
was killed and his wife fatally injured
by colliding with a tree during a runa
way at Durango, Dubuque county.
Saloon Closed by Injunction.
Jefferson, la., Jan. 2-1. Judge
Church granted a temporary injunction
closing all saloons in Calhoun counH
operating under tho mulct law.
Betrayed by a Newspaper Man.
San Francisco, Jan. 21. W. A. Aid
rich, who came from Honolulu as s
stowaway on a sailing vessel, says that
a number of Koyalists had conspired tc
blow up the government buildings witl
President Dole, the cabinet and the
troops of the republic. The plot was bo
trayed to the government by Claude
Wetmore, a newspaper writer. Dyna
mite was brought from Vancouver.
Ei-piilved the Japanese.
Chekoo. Jan. 24. Advices received
here from Wei Hai Wei report that the
Japanese have been repulsed with con
siderable loss. The Chinese took nine
Japanese prisoners. Foreigners are
leaving and a panic prevails. The tele
graph station on Chen Chin island be
tween Chefoo and Wei Hai Wei has
been abandoned. Trafiie between the
two towns is interrupted.
Sn-eden Kai-.es Duties on Crain.
Washington, Jan. 24. United State
Consul O'Neill at Stockholm, Sweden,
reports to the state department that a
hill was passed by the Swedish govern
ment on the 7th inst. raising the duty
on grain and Hour to the following mtes"
Grain, all kinds, per 2?0 pounds, 22
cents; malt. Si. 70; Hoar, $1.74.
Want Cloveriiiiieisl "Mortgages l-'oivrloscd
Sacramento, Jan. 21. The assembly
by a vote of t7 to 5) adopted a resolutioi
demanding that congress defeat any
refunding schi-m for the Pacific rail
roads and demanding the foreclosure ol
the government mortgages against the
Exeewsive Sinoklnjj Caue Dt-nlh.
Huntington, Ind., Jan. 24. The con
stant use of tobacco has caused the death
of Anthony Kausch. a German resident
of this city. He smoked a pipe inces
santly, which resulted in a cancer form
ing on his lip.
Afler a Two Year" Strike.
Wheeling, W. Va., Jan. 24. A forct
of nonunion glas.; workers from Pitts
burg and other points was taken to tht
big Buckeye glass works and the plant
will lx started at once, after a strike ol
Brigadier General Uenet Dead.
Washington. Jan. 24. Brigadier
General Stephen V. Benet. retired, died
at his residence here in the tiSth year of
his age. He was chief of the ordnance
bureau for many years prior to his
Subtltutes Iteer Vor Coal.
Washington, Jan. 24. Senatoi
Squire introduced as a substitute for tht
free coal bill sent to the senate by the
house last session, a bill levying an in
ternal revenue tax of $2 per barrel on
Election Cases Appealed.
Salt Lake, Jan. 24. Judge Bartch
overruled the defendant's motion for a
new trial in the San Pete county elec
tion cases and they will be carried ta
the Supreme court
Miners Accept a Reduction.
Pittsburg, Jan. 24. The miners em
ployed at the Scott mines have accepted
a reduction in wages to 55 cents per ton,
with the proviso that tile company store
is to b-2 abolished.
Sold bv A. F. Streitz, Dri'ggist, North
50c ts. and
One cent a dose.
It is sold on a euarantee by all drue-
gists. It cure3 Tapient Consumption,
and is tho best Couga and Croup Curs
Sold bv North Platte Pharmacy.
't Turner Dies Snddenly.
San Francisco, Jan. 24. First Lieu
; tenant J. A. Turner, United States
j marine corps, recently retired, died sud
To AbolUh Railroad Relief Asoeiations
Indianapolis, Jan. 24. Senator Mc
Donald will introduce a bill to abolish
railroad relief associations.
SHILOH'S CURE is sold on a guar
antee. It cures InsipieDt Consumption.
It is tho best Cough Cure. Only ouo
cent a dose. Twenty-five cts., 50 cts.
and SI. Sold bv North Platte Pharmacy.
We take pleasure in announcing that
after this date Park's Sure Cure will re
move all cases of rheumatism, kidney
trouble or liver complaint from the
user. It is to-daythe only medicine that
is guaranteed to "euro these diseases or
nn nav. Pam's Sure Cure is sold by the
J North Platto Pharmacy.
CLING T(T IPLtt
Nebraska Senate Votes to Retain All
Tov on the Pav Koll.
m:bs coxsriftACY cases.
SOOTT CASE W THE HOUSE.
Allan AU 1'or an Investigation of Rubin
tioaV Record as a "Vigilante" Wyom
ing Senator 1'or Tree Silver lVtti
grcir Formally Ra-Klcctcd.
Lincoln. Jan. 21. Barrett Scntt'3
ghost again walked in the house Wednes
day. It appeared in tho form of the
following resolution, introduced by
Allan (Douglas) the last- thing before the
Whereas, It 13 currently reported by th3
press and otherwise that Hon J. A Rob
ertson, n member of this lion?, is a mem
ler of the vigilant committer which is re
sponsible for the deplorable crime of tha
murder of one of our citizens, the late Bur
rett Scott, therefore be it
Resolved, That there b-j a committee of
five appointed to investigate this matter,
and, if found to be t rue. the same be re
ported to this body for further and more
Forty-five new bills were introduced.
There are now 331 in all in the house
hopper, and seven of them have been
passed. The ouo which received tho
most extended consideration and debato
was Brady's seed grain note bill, house
roll No. 39. Notwithstanding the fact
that similar laws are in force in Iowa
and the Dakotas. there was found to bo
a vigorous opposition to this measure in
The speaker announced that Soder
mau (Phelps was lying seriously ill at
Tabetha hospital with typhoid fever.
The speaker announced two commit
tees as follows:
Resolutions Bnrch, Cramb, Robin
son, Crow and 31cNitfc.
Investigation of Ilelief Commission
Brady, Spencer, Brockman, Lamborn
In commit tec of the whole the house
devoted the rime mainly to discussion of
ilunger's bill, 7 1 ported from the com
mittee on judiciary favorably, which
provides that the amount necessary to
make the crime of gr::';d larceny, now
on th statutes at bo reduced to ?20.
The committee had. reported e.s a substi
tute House Rolls (5 1 and 03 combined.
The committee ro;e and recoiimivnded
that '.he bill b;; indefinitely postponed,
and Burns came to the aid of Plunger
with an amendment that the report ol
the committee Ik- not adopted, but met
with defeat on a '-:il of ayes and nays
by r. vote of ?'' to -!!.
The secretary of the senate appeared
and annoui'c-'-d that the senate had
passed house roll 71. providing for the
payment of members 01 boih bodies and
employes of the same.
The rebate, by almost a strict party
vole, decided to disregard the request of
Auditor Moore that the numler of em
ployes on the pay roll be reduced to the
statutory limit. The only Republicans
who voted with th? Populists were
Tefi't (Cass) and Black (Buffalo'. Craw
ford th Popular member of the investi
gating committer ap-iointed last Fi'iday,
voted with the majority of Republicans
to keep the li; i rmploye5 already author
ized on the payro1!.
The legislative appropriation bill was
linally passed, and ilm long delayed re
port of the reii r committee presented,
Senar r IV.;.: (Saline) introduced a
resolution lvque-riiifr the governor to of
fer the star. :tu:y reward for the appre-
heniou of the murderers of Barrett
Scott. Tho re luti.in v:: adopted. ,
Wyoming Jrciwitiiri "nvSJIier. 1
Chkylnnl. Jan. 24. The Wyoming
legislature lias formally ratified m joint
session the vote in the separate houses ;
electing arren and Clark to the sen
ate. Tin; si nator.s-elect were presejited
to the joint session :u:d both, in their
speeches of acceptance, declared them
selves in accord with the Republican
state platform, which favors the free
coinage of gold and silver at a ratio of
10 to 1. Senator Clark, who is elected
to fill a vacancy, will take his seat in
the senate at o:;-'
Trial nu the Omnibas Iadtctmeat Regan at
Chicago, Jan. 24. The trial of the
Debs conspiracy cases, which was to
have begun at 10 o'clock today, wa?
postponed until 2 o'clock, the prospective
jurymen being dismissed until that
hour. Debs and "his seven associates
were brought from the Woodstock jail
and taken to the United States court
room, where they were formally re
leased on bail. The prisoners did not
appear to have been seriously affected
by their confinement. All expressed
themselves as having enjoyed their jail
life exceedingly. Debs said that he and
the other A. R. U. officials felt that
they had been performing a sacred duty
and did not regret the imprisonment in
the least. In tin interview he declared
that he excused the speech made regard
ing strikes recerrty"by General Fair
child of Wisconsin, on account of the
great age of the speaker.
When court convened at 2 o'clock the
defendants, with a large number of wit
nesses and veniremen, were present and
the conspiracy trial was begun. The
trial today is on the indictment fouud
against the railroad strikers of last sum
mer by the grand jury and which is
known as the omnibus indictment.
There were originally 09 persons
named in tho "omnibus indictment for
conspiracy to obstruct the United States
mail. On Jan. 4, and again on Jan. 8,
the government counsel entered a nolle
prosequi as to a nuuiber of the persons
indicted, leaving the number at 43.
In the Senate.
Washington, Jan. 24. There was
such a meager attendance at the open
ing of the senate today that Mr. Hoar
called attention to the absence of a
quorum and a roll call was necessary
before business could proceed. Among
the bills introduced was one by Mr.
Chandler (Rep., N. H.) to prevent the
tapping of telegraph wires used by news
associations. ka is to prevent the
stealing of news and was necessitated by
recent developments in Chicago where
various other associations, by means of
wire tapping.Nrcre' making use of the
Associated Press news.
Mr. Allen (Pop., Neb.) presented an
other Hawaiian resolution, as follows:
Resolved, That it is the sense of the
senate that the revolutionary govern
ment bavin? now become the estab
lished government of the Hawaiian isl
ands, that a wls3 and enlightened
foreign policy requires that steps
should be taken- by this govern
ment without unnecessary delay to an
nex these islauds to the United States as
a part thereof; and that in the meantime
the pOwonal and property rights of
American citizens in said islands should
be protected by the presence of a suf
ficient naval force in Hawaiian waters."
The resolution went over until tomor
row. The Hnrfiian resolution of Mr. Lodge
(Rep.lass.) -was thn taken up and
Mr. &tjoiS,''Deni.)'Miss.) addressed the
senate in support of the administration
In tin- Hons?.
Washington, Jan. 2-1. In the house
today on motion of Mr. Shell (Dem., N.
C. n resolution was passed providing
for an investigation by the committee
on ventilation and public buildings and
grounds of the office of architect of the
capitol. The house then, on motion of
Mr. Sayers. went into committee of the
whole and resumed consideration of the
sundry civil appropriation bill. The
paragraph in the bill appropriating $2j,
000 for general repairs to the custom
houe and sub-treasury at Chicago was
By amendment Arizona and Wyom
ing were included in the list of states
where increased rates should be allowed
fur Mtrvys and resurveys of heavily
IYtligrew I .ii-mnlly Ri:-K!reted.
FiKRi.K. S. D.. Jan. 21. Tlio joint
convention of tho houses met and bal-1
loted for United States senator and re.
elected Sena' ir Peliigrew by a vote of
102 to 21 for i. C. Crawford'(Pop.). Sen
ator Pettigrew is in Washington, hav
ing returned to that city immediately !
after th Republican caucus held on
A lit op y o:i SeolCs Roily.
O'Nkill. Neb.. Jan. 21. I he autopsy
on Scott's bodv.v.lreJi was hel I Wednes- j
dav night bv'Dr. Gilligan of O'Neill,
Dr. P. H. Salter of Norfolk and Dr. J. j
L. M'-Donald of Atkinson, revealed j
practically nothing which was not al- i
ready known, and that was that Seott
ramp to hi death from straiiirnlation
resulting from hanging.
Horse Tliief S.-nlenecl.
Indianola. Neb.. Jan. 24. George
Hams, who stole Conductor Beyrer's
horse and buggy in McCook Jan. 15,
pleaded guilty and was sentenced to one
year in the penitentiary. He was taken
Idaho Repeal-. lis Coin Act.
Boise, .Ian. 2-!. The Idaho legislature
has passed a bill rep alingthe act passed
two vears ao making obligations of all
kinds payable in either g -dd or silver, all
contracts to the contrary notwithstand- i
Want Hea'y Damage. I
Sioux Falls S. D.. Jan. 24. Papers
were filed here by William Charlton in
a $15,000 damage suit against Alderman
J. J. Murry for alienating his wife af
fections Concluded to Die.
Beatrice. Neb., Jan. 24 Piniel W.
Baker, aged GO years, committed suicide i
at Wymore by shooting himself through
the brain with a 44-cahber pistol
There is no finer agricultural sec-
tion in all this broad western cotin-i
try tnnii can be found in the vicinity j
of the beautiful little town of i
Wheatland. Wvoimii"". niuetv-six i
miles north of Cheyenne. Immense
crops, never failing supply of water,
rich land, and great agricultural
fc. - w ,
UUU IK'l 1.L.I.1V. 1.1U1.1- . l.ULUUll .1.1
the Union Pacific System.
E. L. Lomax,
Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Ag-ent.
The Iow.i State M aster Plumbers' assor
eiatton met at Burlington.
M'lwel T.oisch. ba'-ber. committed sui
cide by hanging at Keokuk. Ia.
Albert. Sirntton, an alleged counter
feiter, has h vn arrested at Keokuk, Ia.
The department store of A. Strauss &
Co. failed at Anamosa, Ia., for 20,000.
Fanner l'eter Delaney was found frozen
to death on the road near Fillmore, Ia.
Aid is asked for li0 destitute families in
Yuma county, Colo.
CIUCACIO CRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Wheat Flurtiinted I'nrertainly and Finally
(mono, Jan. 24. Wheat became steady nt
a liIit a'lvaiu-e t;lay after an easy opening.
There wa .some selling at the start, hut 2few
York heiin " a bnver on good buying there, it
va rcj) lri'-'l by foreigner.-.. Local trailers fol
lov.vd. and offerings were easily ab-orb;;l. May
oj -ncd se lower at ."ii34e, and advanced to
rV m clo-i.ii.- at 5-i'y
Coniwa firmer on the strength in wheat
and covering by shorts. May opened un
changed at 4j?4e, advanced to 4(V,-Be and reacted
O.ir-i wero r.p a trifle on buying by short
aa.l country coinmi--ion hous-. May opened
uncliaaseil at 2!;a sold to and reacted to
Provi-kms were slightly hfchfir on lighter
ho reco.pts and litfht estimates for tomorrow.
WHEAT January, 51c: May. 34'i: ny.
COKX-Januarv. 43j: Ma v. O'f-'iJuly. 43'
PORK Jai!uarv.$lJ.:i); May. $10.00.
LARD-Januarv.i0.42'..: May. WOO bid.
RIBs-Jai-.uary. 5.!tt: May. $3.52' .
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago. Jan. 24.-HO;;-s-ReoeiiiH, 21.000
head : market slow at yesterday's closing prices.
Ught ? 7'i I in: mixed, (Z SVtf 4.33: heavy. 3.S3
(3 4.43: rough. ?3.BVtl.Q5.
CATTLE Receipts, 15,030 head : market slow
and jienerallv ydlOc lower.
SHEEP Rc -fipts. 12,000 head: market slow
South Omaha Live Stock.
Omaha. Jan. 24 CATTLE Receipts,
-l:lo tn I. lbs. J4.a5a4.s5r 11JJ to
.J.!tj.:r4.10: WJ to 1100 lln.", $:l.0g3.75:
,v. $188.8.131.52; comm m cowh, $1.00e
lc"jers. .u,,i.i); common leeuer.-i.
Receipts. 4.:0 had: light. $3.513.5;
.... i . . i ."i ... - . r i . .
ioaj.yj; neavy, jo.o-j.ij. .uantui
-Receipts, 2o head; muttonn, $2.50.3
$3.00 a 1.15. Market steady.
"V. YON G-OETZ,
The North Side Grocer,
GROCERIES, : FLOUR, : EEEB,
PROVISIONS ANU COUNTRY PRODUCE.
B5T FOK 5H1RTS.
th: pkoctck . CAt.-:2LE co. ciriTi.
I Our Goods are Guaranteed Fresh,
Our Prices are as Low as the Lowest,
We Insure Prompt Delivery,
We Solicit a Share of Your Trade.
NORTH LOCUST STREET.
FOR li ELI ABLE IXSUR
ANCE GO TO T. C. PATTER
SOX. OXLV FIRST-CLASS
COM PA SIES REPRESENTED.
U. P. TIME TABLE.
N'o. Atlantic Express Dept 12:10 a. m
No. I Fust .Mail b :'0 a. m.
S'o. 2 liimite.! " l'-;(K. M
No. 23 Freinlit " T:C.l a. m.
N"o.:.s-l'rpiKht " fHHl i. M
N'o.22 Freiglit " 4:C0 A. M
OOING V.-EGT MOUNTAIN TI3I1:.
S'o. 7 Pacific Exnrefcs Iejt 7:10.. ji
No. 1 Limited " ll:0up. ji
No. 21 I'reiuht " 3K1 l. M
No. 23 Preiglit " bill) a. J
N. 11. OLUri. Agent.
pKEXCH & BALDWIN,
ATTORNEYS-A T-LA II',
XORTU PLATTE, - - XE1SRASKA.
Ofllce over X. I. Xtl. Bank.
pKIMES & WILCOX,
rfOUTH PLATTE, - - - XLUItASKA.
OHico over North Plat to National Bank.
R. X. F. DOXALUSOX,
Ass-jstiuit Surgeon Union Pac.fte lt.-ill.rny
cad Member of Tenthm lioaril.
NOltTH PLATTE, - - - NEUHASKA.
Ollice over SlreitzV Drug Store.
TTiM. EVES, M. D.,
PUYSICTAN AND SURGEON,
.VOHTJI PLATTE, ... SEUKASKA
Ortico: Neville's Ulock. Uifeases of Women
in.1 Children a Specialty.
A. P. KITTELL. J. C. VAN NATTA.
Kittell & Van Natta,
Prospective schemes invcsti;nteil. Un
)rotitabUsfheines rejuvenated. Surveys,
Maps, Estimates and report made, and
Office In North Plnttw Mnr, DLffn Mnl-i
National Bank ltl.'g, '''OriM riatle, INeD.
'Ill PUBIC m HOT,
I. A. FORT
Coal Gil, Gasoline,
Crude Petroleum and
Coal Gas Tar.
Leave orders at New Ion's Store.
NOTICE FOK PITP.I.ICATION.
liinl Olllceiit North Platte. Neb.,
Keceiutier 17th. V-'M. )
Notice is hereby Riven that tho follow inK-ss:neil
settler ha.- tiletl notice of hi intention to make,
tiunl nroof in supiM.rt of hi claim, ami that swiit
prooof will be niiule before the Itefjifter ami l!u
celver at North Platte, Nebraska, on Jaauary
2lith, lsi'5, viz:
who made IIniietciul Entry To. Hull for till
-outlieast .iiarter eetion itr. townvliij. 11 nortk
rainje :St ei. He nn!iie-tliefilIowiiifjultue' to
prove hi continuou-t resilience upon ami cultiva
tion of faiil liincl. viz: Eiinanl K-i-ton. Walter K.
Covell, CharU" Keen ami Frank Ebele, allot North
.".Or". JOHN ". HIN3IAN. I'.eslttor.
E. B. WARNER.
A full line of first-cla funeral supplies
always in atock.
NORTH PLATTE, - NEHBHSKA.
Telegraph orders promptly attended to.
NOTICE FOK PUIII.ICATION.
ljiuil Office at North Platte, Neb., )
December 20th, 1MI.
Notice I hereby Kiveu that the followimi-naiueil
settler has nled notice of hi intention to mst:e
litial pr.Mif in MipjMirt of his claim, nml that sadl
proof will be maile before the I5eKiter ami I'o
ceiver at North Platte. Nebraska, on 1'ebruary
tth, 1M.". viz:
who mnile llxme-tead Entry No. I.".rtl7. for the
I-ji-t half of the Northeast quarter of Section H,
Tow nship y North. ltiintitS) Ct. tie names
the follou-iu witnese- to prove his coutintioiM
re-ilence iimhi ami cultivation of aiii lam!, lzz
I-'ritz Koester. Heriuinl 3!iller. Frank SavitKcaml
fJottfrie-I KI-.ino-A.nll of Welltleet. Neh.
."Hi JOHN P. 1IIN.MAN, Hester.
Ditches and Laterals.
NORTH PLATTE, NEB
NOT1CK KOIt lTHLHWTION.
linil Oaiceat North Platte. Nob.. )
January 7th. ls'.i.. )
Notice i- hereby Kiven that the followiuir
nameii i-ettler has hleii notice of his intention to
nmkeliiml proof in Mipportof hisciaini.nnd that
f-.iil proof will Im made before leKi;t;T anil
Heceiier United Ktnte Iaml Olilce nt r.'ortlt
PJutte. Neb., on Pebruury Mth, ls'.C, viz:
ADAM W. HOAISON.
who made IIomeMcmi Entry- No. 11.101 r.r tiio
ddi (hea.-t quarter of Section II. Town-hip
north. HanwXt wet. lie nrime.t the following
witnesses to prove ids continuous residence
npon and cultivation of said and, viz: iMvut
O. Potter. William M. Potter. Samuel !'. Dike
man uml (ivorce Snerman.all of Uir(iw-(n.d.Neb.
-" JOHN F. HiNMAN. KeKis,ter.
Una 200,000 acres of (J. P. 1?. K. land for
sale on tho ten year plan. Call and i
seo him if vou want a bargain. i
GEO. NAU MAN'S
Meats at wliolesale and re
tail. Fish and Game in
season. Sausage at all
times. Cash paid for Hides.
R. I). THOMSON,
Contractor and Builder, i
127 Sixth St. Cor. of Vine,
N'ORTII PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
H. S. Tibbels,
LIU i heal
of good quality, axe sold at
LOW PRICES by
Call and see these g'oods at
Geo. Casey's residence.
Remember I also handle
Special attontiou paid to all kinds of
of furniture- upholstering. Mnttrasso
made to order or remade. Furniture re
pairintr of all hinds promptly and neatly
executed. Leave orders at Tho Fair
ershey & Co,
Agricultural : Implements
OF ALL KINDS,
NOTICK l'Ol: PPHLICATION.
LM Orric-E at North Pi.vttk. Nen.,
.Taniiary 17th, 10. )
Notice IK hereby Kiveti that the folhtivinc-nntneii
Keltler ha- lileil notice of hi- intention to mahe
filial proof in support of his claim, and that t-ahl
proof will lie mailt, before the l!esiter nn.I I!e
ceiver at North Platte, Nebraska, on February
ilth, lV.tj, viz:
whi made Homestead Entry No. 15522. fortlio
ftit half of the Muthwet quarter and lots and I,
section IS. township 13 north, rane SI west, lie
names the following witnesses, to prove hiti
continuous resilience upon and cultivation of,
said land, viz: Christopher llaverland. Jacob
Meyer, Andrew II.ilui ami John Koelke, all of
North Platte, Nebraska.
JOHN P. IIIN7.IAN,
NOTU'K FOK PUSJI.K'ATION.
Ijind Oliicent North Platte. Neb. I
January ISUi. I1-'.'.".. f
Notice is hereby iven that thefoUowiiisi-riamed
pettier has tiled not ice of his intention to niako
final pniof in support of bis claim, and that said
proof will be made before Kecibtcr and Ueceiver
nt North Platte. Neb., on March 2.1, t-ur.. lr.
WILLIAM ntll-'I'LNC I ON.
who made Homestead Kntry "'o. U,ss7. for the
sotithve.t quarter .-ection tov.u-hiit !" north.
raiiKelSO wept. He name-. th following wit
nesses to prove ids continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz: Liren St:inje.
Hans J.Hansen.Lnoeh (.'uiiiiiuiis and John Jo:i
kins. all of North Platte. Nebm-dci.
J-22 JOHN F. HINMAN. Ite-istcr.
jFarm ancl Spring Wagons,
i Buggies, Road Carts,
Curtains, Rugs, Silverware, ; Win Mills, Pumps, Barb
SUMMONS BV PUBLICATION.
(Tirst iubli-hed in Tub North 1'uvtte Tbiuunh,
January Pt, lK.)
In the District Court of Lincoln county, Ne
braska. The State of Nebraska tn Samuel I). Weaverlinsr.
Susannah M Weaverlinn and William Ldwnrd
You and each of you are hereby notified that you
have been sued tK'ther with The Anlo Am"rican
Ijind, Mortuase and Acency ComjKiny, limited, a
corporation, Milton B. Whitney. Charles S. Pair-
, child. Harry E. Mooney, Sauford B. Ladd and
. f -v Prank Ilaxcrman as Beceiver-. of Tho I.omlmrd
J. ff -i -i-i-t i-v I r, . -t-ri- Inve-tment Compauy, a corporation, by Emma K.
lilt, I . ) I Vj I FJnt as plaiutiir in the IUsfriit Court of Lincoln
LlX-liLtLJ-Vy . AVVjJtllXOl.. .......ay Nel,riii.kn,iiml that on or before the mil
uay oi renniary, s-.., yon musi answer we peti
tion iu chancery hied herein against said defend
ants by said plninllt, in which the plaintiiT a-ks
for a decree foreclosing the mortKaK'" Klven by
defendants Samuel U Weaverlin and Su-aiinii
M. Weaverlinu to the Lombard Investment Com
pany, dated May 10th, !.-:, and covering; the
followim; described real estate situated In Lincoln
j county, state of Nebraska, to-wlt: The sol!tli ,.ne
hundred and forty-rive 111.'.) acres of the east half
j of the southwest i,uarter and of the west hair of the
. southea-t quarter of -ection twenty-two in
i town-hip fourteen 1 1 north, of ranije twenly
j eisht 1 2s i we-t of the tlth principal meridian: that
! said petition further prays that all the riht, title,
' lien or interest of all of the defendants in or t
said lands ami eery part thereof bedecreed junior
and inferior to the lien of the aforesaid mortaf;i
now owned bythesidd plaintiff and that said land
bo sold and the proceeds of the said salebeapplicl
to the payment of the cots of the sale and of said
action, and to the amount due plaintiff upon salt!
luortit.iKe, and that all of the defendants be barred
and foreclosed of all interest in or lien upon said
land; and unle-s j-oti answer said petition as afore
said, the facts therein alletjed will be taken as true,
and a decree nil! be rendered as therein prayed.
Witness my hand and the seal of saldcouri by mo
affixed at North Platte. Lincoln count v, Nebraska,
this SIM day of December, ISltl.
w. c. eldi:i:.
Clerk of the District Court Lincoln County, Ne
braska. Pkkky A: S.M.LtlSI asi Pulsifkr k Alcxaxiish,
Attorneys for Plaintiff, Concordia, Kansas.
and Notions Suitable for
Christmas Presents. '
Orders taken for Pastel Por-!
traits, which are fine.
Locust Street, between Fifth and Sixth
Subscribe for the Semi-!
! Weekly Tribune,
SHILOH'S CURE is sold nn a guar
antee. It cures Insipient Consumption.
It is th best Couch Cure. Only one cent
a dose. 2,-, cts., 50 cts., and $1.00. Sold
by Xnrth Platte Pharmacy.
WHAT'S THE USE OF TALKING
About cotrarrs and colds in the sum
mer time. Vou may have a tickling
couh or a little cold, or baby may have
the croup, and when it comes you ought
to know that Park's Cough Syrup is the
best cure for it. Sold by North Platte
1, A -ft. A t -A. A- ? A A A T?le A A A A J. -tr Jft
of imitation trade
marks and labels.
is the whole story
Costs no more than other package soda never spoils
Hour universally acknowledged purest in the vorld.
Hade only by CHURCH CO., New Yoric. Sold by grocers everywhere.
Write for Arm and Hammer Book of valuable Itccipcs-I-liEE.
In the matter of tho t-state of Wilson W. YaU.
In the County Court of Lincoln county. Ne
braska, December :il-t. 1'.M.
Notice is hereby xiven that tho creditor.' of sold
ilecea-ed will meet the Administrator of said
KM ate, before the County Judi;e of Lincoln county,
Nebraska, at the county court room, in said cownty.
on the 2d day of May, ii'.O. on the 'Jd day of June.
IV.Ci, and on the id day of July. IHCt, at 1 o'clock
p. in. each ilay, for the purpose of presenting their
claims for examination, adjustment and allowance.
Six months are allowed for creditors, to pri-e.nl
their claims, and one year for the Admini-trator
to settle said estate, from the 'M day of January,
lfcyr. This notice will be published in Tin: North
Plattk Tisihuse, a newspiper printed in said
county, for four weeks successively, on and after
January 1st, 18.C. JAMES M. KAY.
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