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THE N0BTH PLATTE SEffllHff TRIBUM: FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 15, 1895.
Exclusively to tfc
umversanv ere tv
Leading Fiae ccec tfcc World.
Sells th.e above Coffee
together with a complete line of
imi to paicy mei
Prices Always Reasonable.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
Paid For Country Produce.
THE BEST MADE-
The Model Clothing Hom
SOLE AGENT F6R
MINOR MENTION i
Amelia. P. Clark has been ap
pointed postmistress at Garfield
Geo. G. McKay has moved to
the John Hinman house on West
The luncheon at the Cody resi
dence Wednesday has been pro
nounced a delightful affair by those
it is said the local builders are
expecting- a healthy revival of their
business as soon as the weather
H. I. Swarthout desires The
Tribune to state ythat kc is strictly
in the grocery business, and is not
a candidate for any office.
5t is said that 500 taxpayers
attended the citizens convention at
Grand Island which olaced in nomi
nation the non-partisan city ticket hT'mSm8 larff numbers of duclc s
The amateur gardener who I, . , b
nave recently oeen maae.
Seymour. Stuff went to Gothen
burg yesterday to instruct his danc
C. L. Adams will lead the men's'
meeting at the Y. M. C. A. Sunday.
All men are invited.
The two ' 'sun dogs" yesterday
morning were more brilliant than
any during the past winter.
It is carpenter Judge Austin
who is making the gable brackets
for Sanford Hartman's residence.
The fall of the beautiful snow
Wednesday night caused many
farmers to wish they had in a good
crop of wheat for the coming sea
son. Up to yesterday noon six seed
solicitors had received proper cre
dentials from the county officials to
prosecute their work.
The increased moisture
. Washington. D. C, Mareh 12, 1895.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
who may have chims against the"Nonh
Platte National Bank," North Platte.
Nebraska, that the same must be pre
sented to Mr. Milton Doolittle, Receiver,
with legal proof thereof, within throe
months from this date, or they may be
Jakes H. Eckels,
21m3 Comptroller of the Currency.
North Platte, March 7th, 1895.
We, the undersigned, hereby forbid
all persons from trespassing upou any
portion of our premises. Any person
hunting, shooting, fashing or trespassing
upon any of our lands will be pnecuted
to the full extent of the law.
P. N. Dick.
I desire to sell the hay crop for
1895, on the large Sidney Dillon
Island located at Sutherland, sec
tions 2, 3, 4, 5, town 13 north, and
sections 33, 34. 35 and 36, in town
"14 north, all in range 34 west, to
the highest bidder for cash. Bids
will be received up to Tulv 1st.
mourned during the fine weather
that he did not have his early gar
den "sass" in the ground has ceased
On Tuesday last R. H. Lang
ford paid over to the officers of
school district No. 78 the amount
due the district on a deal made five
or six years ago.
A number of friends of Mr.
and Mrs. W. F. Cody assembled at
the family residence Monday night
and passed a pleasant evening in
With competitive bidding for
medical attendance upon paupers
will the remedies prescribed and
the treatment administered be less
potent than they should?
E. J. Newton has sold about
170 copies of Coin's Financial
School, which is evidence that the
people are anxious to become ac
quainted with the silver question.
A fellow well up in the work of job.
An invoice of flour, corn meal,
beans, etc., was received at relief
headquarters yesterday, part of
which came from the state relief
It can be said without fear of
contradiction that the ladies' special
edition of the Curtis Enterprise
was the most interesting number of
that paper ever issued.
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Johnson
are feeling happy over the arrival
at their home on Tuesday night of
a bouncing ten-pound baby boy.
The Tribune joins in wishing the
youngster a long, happy and pros
Talk about your county print
ing squabbles, the contest over the
county doctorin' this week dis
counted it. A couple of "the bidders
became so excited over the matter
that they came near giving some
other "sawbones" a professional
SUICIDE! "CUT HIS THROAT"
with a diamond. So you see Clinton's diamonds are not only
ornamenUl, but useful as well. A more complete line of jew
elry has never been seen in this city before. And cheap oh!
imy.L why he's almost giving them away just in order to have
room for his coming stock.
' Come and see for yourself it won't cost you a cent.
4. ! . . "CLINTON, THE JEWELER."
Sat. March 16th, iad through Marqli
we will give a ;
w M" C. Keith went to Omaha on
. W. E I Dill made a visit to Omaha
the first off this week.
Ji S: Hoagla'n has been in Lin
cdlriW business this week. -j
ike Watts left this morning for
the Iowaranch near .Corning.
W. L. Mcdee, of Omaha, is shak-
Better goods cannot be offered;
Smaller prices cannot be made.
We offer goods that every Lady and Gent must have
-goods that they must buy. We cannot fail to please.
AH goods marked plain. Seeing is believing; come .and
see for yourself.
Our sale is a genuine cut price sale. The practical common
Engine 693 is receiving a new
coat of paint this week.
Engine 905 passed through this sense advantages of buying at one of our Discount sales are becoming
city yesterday on her way to the better understood and appreciated every day. Our system has certainly
Wyoming division. passed the experimental stage. . It stands for a clear understanding be-
Late oassener trains from the tween buyer and seller; and above all for better prices.
west have been of frequent occur
ence the past few days.
Jacob Smith temporarily has the
649 while some light repairs are
WCHfl5?oSof;. ghe fair.
ine jv. tr. oraer;nas Deen neecing a
number of the members of the
lodges in the eastern part of the
state by pretending that he was a
new amendments have
been interpolated in Senator Akers'
irrigation bill whereby it becomes
questionable if it is not the laud in
a proposed district which does the
Patriots who desire municipal votinr and not tlie eoole thereof.
or city office should lose no time in If this is true non-resident land
circulating their petitions, as the owners will often be able to pre
thne is but brief to comply with the vent the construction of needed
requirements of the ballot law now irrigation canals.
1895, and reserve the nVht to reiect n, m,iow ,a ,
any and all bids. NT B. OLDS. 'r M?Z .
The fine snow falls of the past
Overshoes good and cheap at couole of davs are rather a favnr-
- 1 j
The county commissioners this
week purchased another wheel
scraper for the use of the county.
If there are no crops grown this
vear huf fpw rmitifv rm A c will
cast with clouds. The eclipse . .
, , u required, xne new macnine goes
into commissioner Hill's district in
The time for the resumption of the southeast oart of the countv.
me xxonn Platte jNationai DanK ex- Wallace populistic patriots should
pired on Tuesday, and the institu- put in their claims for a couple of
won now go inrougn xne regular these machines.
course of liquidation in charsre of,
The eclipse of the moon Sun
day night would have been consid
erably more satisfactory in this
section had not the sky been over-
Otten's Shoe Store.
My residence and all my pergonal
property. G. R. Hammoxd.
otudebaker Wagons at i
Hershey & (Vs.
For Sale or Trade,
I he White Elephant barn. Also
.several vacant lots. Will trade for
ditch or Ray land, or cattle. The
above property is clear of incum- ot corn' nor was it .in any way con
brance. Inauire of nected with the relief committee
J. R. BANGS. of Lincoln county.
A local concern is offering bi
Co. are pavable at Otten's Shnp cvcles from Slo upward. Is it any
able indication of an abundance of
moisture for the coming spring sea
son. The great problem with many
at present is how to procure the
necessary seed to try and put in
Rev. J. C. Irwin went to Hast
ings on Monday on business con
nected with the seed loan fund 'of
the Presbyterian church. His bus
iness had no reference to a car load
-The citizens of Grand Island
have held a ceneral meetinn- and
nominated a city ticket without any
politics, but composed of individual
who have solely at heart th wel
fare of the city. The movement
could be profitably followed in
almost every other city in Nebraska.
Honesty and economy should be the
watchwords pi every municipal can
vass in the state.
waai nas Decome ot tnat new
depot ior wnicn requisition was
niaae upon tne union jfacmc com
pany many months aeo? With all
the other towns along the system
provided witn suitaoie and appro
priate structures, it seems as if
North Platte was being neglected
in this matter. The station build
ing hands,, with friends in this city. heiag made upon the 816.
R, L. Gjayes and Arthur McNa- Fireman C. F. Davis left Wed
mara go tp Omaha to-morrow on a nesday night for a month's visit
brief visit, . - with his children and other rela-
Mrs. D...C. Congdon made a visit tives in Kansas,
to Omahaithis.week returning yes- Bngineer W. J. Stuart was again
terday morning. compelled to, lay-off this week on
Col. Cody leaves about the 25th account of his quinsy, and D. C.
inst. for the east to get his show in Congdon took his place,
readiness for the coming season. The 1009 one of the "tramp" en-
James Daly, a former employe of grines going west came inthisafter
the boiler shops, has returned to n0on. The 971, another of the same
North Platte and is working for class, is expected here to-morrow.
.GuyLaing. , After an idleness of several weeks
Koy Johnson returned this week the big pump in the round-house provement in millinp- machinery the product of the hard,
from hisrvisiif-fn Tip "RnrL-pvp state, v. u : i 3 i. I r
" J I UO.S UCCU ICUdllCU CLMU UUl III UUCld." I .I , , . r . f .1 T f . - . 1
. Ll- . . A, : . i exceneni: wnear 01 cue norm. 11 vou are not usm? uie
Why not get the BEST?
Has no superior no equal. It is the result of studied im-
He was formerly-employed by Kit
tell & VanNatta,
A. SBaldwin, H. M. Grimes and
T. C. Patterson have been in Lin
coln thiS week in the interests of
C. S. Clinton went to Lincoln
Tuesday night to attend a meeting
of the state jeweler's association.
He is expected home to-night.
tion, and is now throwing a deluge
Large numbers of empty stock
cars are going west tnese days,
which is an indication that the
stock has not all been shipped out
of that part of the country.
Fireman Chas. Eddv arrived in
this city Wednesday night from his
month's visit in Wisconsin, and left
you are not
Washburn Flour, try it. It is sold by
MOST o DELICIOUS COFFEE o IN o THE o WORLD !
Mrs. John Owens and daughter last night for Laramie, Wyo., to
fain re-enter the service of the
Business on the road continues
good for the season of the year,
although enginemen would think it
much better if there were not so
Cassie, of Cheyenne, have been
visiting the. family of Lu Huck and
and other friends here the past
Joe Grace left last niorht for
Marion, Ind., where he has secured
a situation.;' He says he will never, many engines being" sent from the
no never! go. to Indianapolis while eastern branches to the O. S. L.
A. 'TT 1 i I
ine rosier legislature is m ses- D. R. Munro, a machinist who
S10H ! line M n rl a "JVTrtffli "Dl-n 4-4-A liics Imma
Miss-Lottie Kusterer, of Grand since the closing of the Shoshone
Rapids, Mich., is expected to arrive shops last fall, left this morniusr
in a day qrtwo for a visit with her for a visit to New York. He ex-
sister, Mrs C. S. Clinton. Miss pects to return to this city ere long.
Kusterer rVifeited in . North Platte
HARRINGTON & T0BIN, SOLE ACTS, NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
F. J- BROEKER.
The east bound flyer this
says Jack Sullivan, the
ThosiJilnghes Jr.v and family carried the Prince and Princess of
have gneiti; Adam county, where India through the city, as also the
they wilrggori: n farm owned Empress of Austria, all being on
by Thos' HJjllKSr. 3Phe latter, the way to Washington. Mr. Sul-
and his Me will spend, the summer livan says the Prince-tried the ex
in North Ifttte. . periment of riding in the cab, but
if . i
As soon, as'Geo.-R Hammond can found it much too breezy. Grand
dispose of his property interests in Island Independent.
this city he will move to Houston, Enginemen runuing out of this
Tex., to -take' up his temoorarv citv have received a bulletin inti-
residence there until such time as mation from Omaha requesting F.ort lpft on the midlSt train last
he decides upon another location in them to "hammer 'em" when pulling nZllt Ior t,ie scene ot actlon- ln
the south. ..: trains 17 and 19 as the transnnrfn. nm0 to come some local Poet maJ
A Fine Line of Piece
Goods to select from.;
First-class Fit. Excel
The Nebraska legislature yes- The jqblish'er of a newspaper-
terday afternoon got intp a wrangle has one thing to sell and on.
over an irrigation bill, and would to rent. He has the newspa
not do a thine until they tele- sell and the space in it columns
graphed for our own and only I. A.
Fort to unravel the snarl. Mr.
rent. Can any one inform us why
he should be expected to give away
either the one or the other? He can
do so if he chooses and he does, as
Furnished rooms for rent. In
quire of . Dr. Eves.
Married at the M. E. parson
age in this city on the 12th inst.,
Albert P,t Beach to Amanda E.
Johnson, Rev. Hardaway officiat
All accounts due H. Otten &
The firm having dissolved, surprise that horse breeders in this ing in this city is neither creditable naJor of Fairmont. Here is a pre
J. B. -Brazelton, editor of
Signal, has been nominated
a settlement is urgently requested,
tnat oooks may be balanced.
. Ftf H Otten.
Will be paid for anyone srivine in
formation leading to the arrest and
conviction of the parties who poi
soned my greynounds at the Scout s
A number of Kearney citizens
have been very much exercised for
uicuon tnat ne win mane tne Dest
that the horse market is n. g.? Zet have a new building. I exectivJ thgeity has ever had
if there were no patents allowed At present the situation rerd- Some of the new society dances
upon these machines a first class -m the putting- in of a full croo bv win be a feature-of the B. of L. E
wheel could be very cheaply bought. the farmers of Lincoln countv is a Ma7 Party programme. Get your
very grave one. With almost fifty self in shape to enjoy them as the
counties n flip fah ricirnc f aenimtrui orcnestra music win
Rest Ranch the latter part of Peb- the past few days on account of the seed grain, and the legislature con- mate them doubly so
1 rT. W K" fnn-xr I j f 1.1.- 1 ? I i ... - I
iproposea ciosmg oi tne ousiness sioenng tne advisability ot only W. H. Broach yesterday finished
houses there on next St Patrick's appropriating $4,000 to each county up some pictures descriptive of Lin-
uujr. iuuoiuiiiuuu .Lxakio wu- wi uus pmpusic, it is a couuition coin county s "Biff Four, which
zens accepted the matter . more and not a theory which confronts are to be circulated by Col. W. F.
t 11 J J 1 J Zt-. J. I r i . 'ii.t . I -
puuqsopnicaiiy ana acciareu it 10 us. it is said tnat next week a car Cody during his tentinir tour
be ail rigut. load ot seed rain will be sent into
A number of persona who were this county by the Chicago Board
unable to be nresent at the Presbv- ot I rade, and that is all for which
" i .....
terian church last Sunday evening we can nope trom this source.
are desirous that Rev. Irwin pub- lnrougn a misunderstanding of
lish his sermon upon that occasion, the amount of seed needed to plant suame the proudest efforts of the
The columns of The Tribune are ie average acreage tnese latter
open for this purpose, and we can gentlemen made a proposition which
Shoes at half price. A large
assortment ot good goods. Buy
them quick and save half your
money. ottek's Shoe Store.
I0B SALE OS TRADE
.r ui &dic or traae, ior norses or
cattle at a reasonable price, a five
year old registered Percheron Nor
man stallion, nearly black in color.
North Platte, Nebraska.
through the east and. south.-
-The Indiana legislature has
adjourned amidst a great flourish
ing of revolvers and a series of hand
to hand struggles which put to
Did you ever have a job done at
C. Newman's shoe shop. If not come
and try him. Shoes and boots made assure the reverend gentleman of a allayed the fears upon this matter,
1 1 A 11 1 " 1 i . .
tu uiuci. jxii kidus or xcepainng a
specialty. Spruce street., opposite
Dr. Dick's drug store.
In,search of a good cigar
will always find it-atj;
? T o1 1 n
j jr. ocnmaiznea s. Try
There is no finer agricultural sec
tion jii all this broad western coun
try than can be found in the vicinity
of the beautiful little town of
Wheatland, Wyoming, ninety-six
miles north of Cheyenne. Immense
crops, never failing supply of water,
rich land, and great agricultural
resources. Magnificent farms to be
had for ; little money. Reached via
the Union Pacific System.
E. L. Lomax,
Gen'l Iass. and Ticket Agent
large and interested audience.
From a letter received in this I
city by a friend Chas. W. Irish, of
the Agricultural department is dis-
Kansas or Nebraska populists.
Grand Island has cut her mu
nicipal salaries ?2664. by. an ord.i-
nance recently adopted, in tne
face of this she has .nominated as
good a man for 'the position of
mayor as eVer graced the office.
but the magnitude of which thev
had no comprehension. They
should be credited, however, with
their good intentions, even though
posed to doubt the correctness of tUe7 miscalculated the hugeness of Purther coHmtfrfi-is 'unnecessary.
nlA Mr ftif,- -.u ineir tasK. in tue nsaz or rue
viu ui, iuv. iauj xana "
upon the just as well as the unjust," present status of affairs, about the
as apolicable to western Nebraska only practical solution of the diffi-
I 1 A J a t t
and Kansas. He states that for 1S lo ei out as raan "'
ual solicitors in eastern communi
ties as possible, and take advantage
-of the free billing given by the rail
road companies for seed grain and
some months past he has been keep
ing a close watch of the humidity of
A Tribune reader say the fol
lowing gentlemen will be elected to
the respective city offiices: Mayor,
D. W. Baker, clerk, C. F. Schar
man; treasurer, John Sorenson;
councilman Second ward,' R. D.
Thomson; councilman Third ward,
W. H. Johnson; members Board of
Education,- Piatt Gilman and Chas.
Hendy: For councilmen in the
First ward, the reader made no
feed. Although such a course is
demoralizing to the dignity and in
dependence of a community, yet it
seems the only avenue left open to
obtain the needed supplies. Let us
hope that in the future, with the
thousands of acres of land in Lin
coln county which this year for the
first time are being brought under
irrigation, that the necessity for
such a humiliating effort may be
uodj ,is navmg a very
handsome stand of bills that he will
use the confiifg season, put up on
the south side of si; I. Hinman s
buildinsr on,, Spruce "street If the
Colonel makes a California tour he
should stop, in North Platte and we
would evidence our loyalty to the
"Wild West by a huge patronage.
The Nebraska legislators are
wrestling with the problem of the
abolition of capital punishment A
! few ears ago . Iowa abolished the
death penalty..and within eighteen
months our fair neighbor state had
r i . .
a recora ox eieveu xyncnings. a
succeeding legislature promptly
repealed this evidence of mawkish
tion department insists that they
are almost as important as pas
senger trains. When they are late
engineers are requested to make up
as much time as possible. This
order will probably develop a num
ber of "knockers," yet it "all has
to come out of the fare-boy's hide."
C. F. Iddings has been in Ohio
and Washington, D. C, in the in
terests of the North Platte National
A couple of local sportsmen are
going out amidst the snow-covered
hills south of town this afternoon,
enrobed in night-caps and gowns, in
pursuit of the festive wild goose.
Marvin Dickinson sustained a
severely cut wrist one night the first
of the week, as the result of a little
friendly scuffle at the Nebraska
house, wherein he came in contact
with a sharp knife.
About seventy-five friends of
Col. Cody were handsomely enter
tained at the residence of B. I. Hin
man on Tuesday evening, as per
previous notice in this paper. Those
present unite in reporting an unus
ually pleasant time.
There will be a sociable given
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. L.
Peterson on next Tuesday evening,
March 19th, by the Lutheran ladies,
to which the public is cordially in
vited. The refreshments will con
sist of coffee, sandwiches, cake and
Yesterday Miss Mamie Watts
received through the Newton agency
what is pronounced by experts to
be the handsomest lady's bicycle
ever brought to this city. It is of
a matter of practical fact, furnish
embalm the event in history in lines a great deal of space rent free. But
as stirring as "Sheridan's Ride." it does not follow that he ought to
Willis Record and Reuben Els- be expected to do so. It ought to
wortn came m Tuesday morning
from Blue Creek, where they have
been looking over John Bratt's Blue
Creek ditch survey with a view to
taking- a contract to build about
be recognized as a contribution ex
actly as would the giving away of
sugar or coffee by the groceryman.
But strange to say, it is not looked
upon in that light, yet everybody
eight miles. These ireiitlemcn have knows that the existence of a news-
been at ditch work in Lincoln paper depends as much on the rent
county all winter. They will prob- of his sPace and the sale of his
ably begin work on the Bratt ditch Paper as a merchant's success de
in the near future. Other men pends on selling his goods instead
have been at work on this ditch all of filing them away. : :r
winter. Keith County News. Advertising pays: Newspaper
-Here is the kind of advertising advertlsinS PaJ best of all. Our
in which the people of Nebraska most successful ad prosperous
should indulge for the next couple m;rchants an tradesmen whose
of years. In a recent interview in b"ht rccord has added iniperish
Lincoln, Congressman Hainer, of able luster to the history of America
Aurora, who is well known to many commerce, can all testify to this
North Platte people, said. "In 1891 uth frotn personal experience,
we raised and sent out to the east The newspaper is the commercial
to feed other people seventy bushels traveler in the city and country,
of grain for every man, woman and home, who tells at the fireside, to
child in the state. For the last ten its evening circle the merits of
to feed other people 200 fat hog your wares and merchandise, if you
every hour. Our surplus wheat are Wlse enough to employ it to
averages t,wv,wv to ,uuu, U00
bushels per year. In the dairy in
terest,, which is the largest single
agricultural interest in the United
States, figured in dollars and cents,
we are rapidly developing up to the
average of other states and will in
a very few years reach the average
mark. It should be kept betorethe
world that Nebraska is one of the
states naturally adapted to the
cultivation of the sugar beet. If
this industry is properly developed
Nebraska can supply one-quarter
of the present population of the
United States with sugar. The
production of sugar beets made
Saxony, once the poorest state in
the 189d series, No. 41, and weighs GeJ am thTrichest-con-
twenty pounds when stripped for
service; when fully equipped with
all the attachments it weighs one
pound more. Mr. Newton has now
on the way a similar machine for
Miss Jennie White, and also one of
the gentlemen's series for 1895 for
Jas. B. McDonald.
J A A
verteo a waste into a garden, pov
erty into affluence. JNebraska soil
is better adapted to this industry
than is Saxony, as is proven by the
increased percentage of saccharine
matter contained in the Nebraska
beet. There are many truths: that
may be told of Nebraska that will
Advertised Letters. stand out like letters of gold to
List of letters remaining uncalled for redeem our reputation if thev are
in the post office at North Platte, Neb.f only compiled intelligently and sent
out wnere tney win oo tne most
good. It is easy to talk back and
defend your state when you have
figures to defend it with. I hone
for the week ending March 15, 1895.
Bayha, C F Bryce, Tileston
Mayer, Joban Williams, S L
Smith, Mrs Sol c. o. Sadie Martinot Co. the legislature will not lose sight
Persons calling for above will please ay of the immigration question before
faHrrtviimA f W Or mtm Vnctnui.. til rilocinii clnanc '
speak for you. It never is neglected
never goes unheeded, never speaks
to inattentive or unwilling ears. It
never bores. It never tires. It is
always a welcome visitor and meets
a cordial reception. It speaks when
the day is done, when cares vanish,
when the mind at peace and rest is
in its most receptive mood. Then
it is that its story is told and all
who4 read treasure what it says and
are influenced to go where it directs
SK.!?6 Ahln of which it speaks.
What other influence can be so
potent to help trade as this quiet
but powerful advocate? Let it h.
come a salesman in every home for :
your wares. Let it mate it
mighty plea for your benefit. And
we assure you it will do mnrn
business and put monev in sr
U.S. Land Office t XorUiPIaHe.Keb
March lstk. 1S8S
ComcUlnt havitur boaa
CWlwH. Smith glMt John iT-WaVoTeT f
October 10th, 1892. upon the east halt ot the north
east q Barter and the east h.ir kl .tT:
. . inn mraiaMM.
quarter section a, township 10 north, raaast i
" . www sii ob try. tne said sartiM mrm
hereby gammoned to innr . h. tt c , T .
1895 at 9 o'clock a. at. to respond and fSah
testimony concerning said alleged ahaseaM?
oj jos- r. UIKMAK, Xegla$r.
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