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THE" NORTH - PLTTESiantWIiEpjY : IRJIiPM. jEUESMlL -Ef MIgG, ; pgjJST
4IS! FIJfflg sum
"Judge Caldwell Would ffot Decline
theomination for .the Presidency.
DQotg up poe the battle
XarrfsWt Filled With. Delegates te the
I KepHWJeH Stat . CeaTemtleH Qaay
& Aatl-Qaay Forces Hard Rt
"Work Ckres of Bribery.
Topeka, Aug. 26. Judge Henry
Caldwell, of the United States circuit
cbHrt, is iere today to enter a decree to
morxoTrfor the sale of the Santa Fe
railroad. A reporter found him in his
room at the hotel.
"I suppose yon know that you have
been mentioned in connection th the
. presidential nomination?" asked the re-
y "Yes," he ansnvered. -with soma show
of diffidence, "I hare heard some talk
of it. It is a matter about which I do
not care to talk. IUs a question of in
dividual preference with millions of
voters. "So far as I am concerned, the
mention of my name in that connection
is out of the. question. I do not regard
it seriously, and I think that no one else
"Would you accept if you were nom
nated?" - - "I would prefer nofc to talk about the
matter, and I have had nothing to do
with whatever talk has been going the
rounds," replied the judge, but in a
'manner which indicated that he would
not be averse to become a candidate for
"The people in the west understand
that you are for free silver That is
where you stand is it not?"
The face of the judge lighted up with
enthusiasm as he answered: "Yes sir;
.that is correct. I am for free silver
without reservation or without refer
ence to international agreement. It is
-t plain to me. that there can be no inter
national agreement favorable to silver
because England will not agree to ac
cept free silver. "What is the use of pay
ing attention to foreign countries any
way? Are we not capable of managing
our own affairs? I think we are, and if
not I am in favor of annexing the Unit
ed States to Canada or some other con-
, venient country."
BKIBERY IS CHARGED.
Quay Faction Greatly Exercised Orcr Re
Habrisburo, Pa., Aug. 26. Dele
agates, political leaders and sightseers
from all over the state are arriving in
T great numbers, and the indications are
that the Republican state convention
on "Wednesday will be the largest in
- ;point of attendance ever held in the state.
There is much talk of bribery, and the
Quay people are greatly exercised over
reported defections from their ranks.
They appear to be afraid the other side
' Ss investing large sums of money in i his
"way. On the other hand the adminis
. tration leaders say Senator Quay's brib-
ery talk is a eviieace ef weakaass sad
i . an illnstratiea of fee hopoloae ofearaofcer
?' of his contest. "He i preparing to ex-
plain his downfall after fee oo&veK
&Mon," said a Hootfafg smb.
Ex-Magtotoafca DwtImuh, Quay's first
. .'lieutenant, says fee sett . e delegate
'prepared by Cbaimam Giflceeoa k frees?
vly unfair as far ae Philadelphia is con
.cerned. He declares that it is an nn
V. pfecedented act for a chairman to make
up a roll before he receives his creden
,tials. He thinks all the names or none
. should have been placed on the roll.
-2 . FOUR TICKETS IN THE FIELD.
; Nebraska Voters Will Hare Plenty of Can
didates to rick From.
Omaha, Aug. 20. The political situa
tion in Nebraska is assuming interest-
.'ing phases. Cbances tire now good for
four separate state tiokets. The silver
Democrats have just put up a ticket.
Aug. 28 the Populists will nominate a
ticket. On Sept. 5 the administration
Democrats will present nominees to
I-: - voters of the state. The Republicans in
state convention at Lincoln will nomi
"'skte a justice of the supreme court and
' ' two candidates for the regency of the
Hgtate university Oct. 2.
EKIE REORGANIZATION PI.AN.
"Vino Comnact Srstem From Neir York to
New York. Ausr. 20. The Erie re
organization plan has been issued by J.
P. Morgan & Co., New York, and J. S.
- Morgan & Co., London. The plan con
templates the harmonizing of interests
"hitherto more or Jess antagonistic of the
lines comprising the Erie system.
An arrangement has been made with
the Nesv York, Pennsylvania and Ohio
railroad whereby subject to ratification
by their beneficiaries, they undertake to
foreclose and deliver the New York,
, Penasylvania and Ohio property, sub
ject only to the prior lien equipment
and leased line securities, for which re
servation is made. The reorganizes
vl have also practically secured the Chi
sfcoago and Erie, so that the Erie system
will be solidified into one compact or
frganizaHon from New York to Chicago.
JJ.New securities are to be created on the
entire line from New York to Chicago.
Kenaa Is 1'eck's Old Place.
' . St. Loins, Aug. 20. Ed Kenna, who
for years has been general attorney for
the St. Louis and San Francisco Rail
road company, with headquarters in St.
Louis, has been appointed general soli-
' citor of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa
Fe system. He will after Sept. 15 suc
ceed 3fr. George "W. Peck, who resigned
to accept a similar position with the Chi
cago, Milwaukee and St. Paul railroad.
Peek Has HesIgBed.
Chicago, Aug. 26. George R. Peck
admits the correctness of the report that
ihe has resigned as general solicitor of
the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe and
will soon assume the position of general
counsel of the Chicago, Milwaukee and
gt. Paul. .
Heir Hard'le B&rcd.
New York, Aug. 26. Keir Hardie,
" 'the British Socialist and ex-member of
parliament, was given" a dinner Sunday
night by the Central Labor federation
at Labor lyceum, In ft. speech' Mr.
Hardie said that he was glad to meet
face to face the men and women of
America who are carrying the red flag
of socialism on to" certain victory. He
hoped his visit to this country would
. help the socialist movement as much as
4 -he knew it would help him jperaonallyi
and, -as a result, the movement in
CASTIIXAJf SrOXT TO TEE XEATKj
sail SHcpate&ed at tfee Cripple
Cktpplk Cseek. Colo., Aug. 2. An
other ball was killed in the arena at
Gillett Sunday in the preeeace of 6,000
leee and the work Tpa dos is. the
regal splemdor of Spain and Mexico.
The first pull turned into the arena waa
a exceedingly 'tame animal. Even
after "the darts were in him he refused
to fight, -and the multitude cried for a
Mwuiffluu. xneexc animal maae a
fight for his life, but its fight was
qmicily over. Chireta, the king of the
arena not only in Mexico but Spain,
male two stabs at the animal and left
kim practically dead, but the Mexicans
with the rod cloaks teased the creature
and made him dart at them. Many
At the ring not a, single shout of ap
proval was heard. Not an applauding
hand was raised. For four minutes,
which to many seemed stretched up to
10, the bull fought with death and men
in the full sight of them all, blood
spurting from gaping sword, wounds
just back of his back shoulder, welling
from his mouth and nostrils, flicking
his own sides and forming great pools
on the ground. For two or three
seconds he stood motionless, except for
his heaving -sides, as he gave a long
gash for breath, then he fell.
For a few seconds he lay quite
still. Then he struggled to his feet and
leaned against the heavy barrier of the
bull ring as if for support, pitifully weak
from the crimson streams fast coloring
tho ground about. Then he gathered
himself and started forward, staggering
weaving from side to side, stopping an
instant and there came a gust of blood
from his mouth, then another step.
For 20 feet the bull advanced, weak,
bloody, faltering, then fell again. Still
his fresh, warm blood welled up a little
over the clotted mass on the animal's
shonlder, at every step lessening the
pnlsation of tho heart.
AsSpaniard, in the gaudy costume of
the bull ring, stepped up to the quiver
ing beast and sent the sharp point of a
sword blade into the neck of the animal,
snapping the spinal cord. The legs of
the animal drew up convulsively, then
life, clung to so desperately and long,
was gone. It was simply an exhibition
of cruelty and was not enjoyed at all by
the crowd. Over 100 deputy sheriffs
were in attendance and the manage
mentwere again placed under arrest,
hut-no attempt was made to stop the
STIIXWEIJi MURDER MYSTERY.
Evidence Growing Stronger Against Dr.
and Mrs. Hearne.
Hannibal, Mo., Aug. 26. It is not
probable that the case against Dr. J. C.
Hearne and wife, charged with the mur
der of Ernest Stillwell, will be tried at
the September term, but they will be
arraigned an effort will be made to se
cure their release on bail. Amotion
will also be made to quash the indict
ment on account of irregularity of the
grand jury's action. Mrs. Hearne re
fused to see any visitors and converses
with no one but her cell mate, Virginia
B. Todd, who is charged with the mnr
4r (si &er daughter. Dr.. Heari Him
ftbeeiy7efag to felk te aewspap er
mm. He spe&ds moet of ku time play
iag "golteire" umL fcae already afeottt
werm ot otte deek si eerete. He hni
Jhs wile ace wM periiiMei. fe' JM:y
ieorerae:tta -frojitffeu wmimc ' any eer-
Id jnreel Passengers Will Die.
Toledo, O., Aug. 26. There is little
change in the condition of the persons
.who were injured in the City of Toledo
accident. The physicians state that
death is only a question of timo with
the majority of persons who were in
jured, and that there is no possible
chance for their recovery. The schooner
Magdalene Downing was towed'in in a
badly delapidated condition.
Mexico Wants The Great FJeht
El Paso. Tex., Auc 26. A represen
tative in this city of President Stuart
of the Florida Athletic club has received
from the Citv of Mexico positive assur
arise that the Mexican authorities would
allow the Corbett-Fitzsimmons fight to
take place m Juarez, JMex., across from
El Paso, in case the contest is stopped
Nellie Grant's Sou Engaged.
New Youk, Aug. 26. The Advertiser
savs: It is reported that Algernon
Saratoris. the only son of General
Grant's daughter, Mrs. Nellie Grant
Saratoris, isengagedjto a wealthy young
lady in this city whose name has not
been made public. Saratoris is not 20
years of age.
Prisoners Break Jail.
Emporia. Kan.. Aug. 26. Four
prisoners escaped from the Lyon county
jail after sawing tiie oars or cneir ceu
windows. The escaped are William
Walters and Frank Courtney, burglars,
and Bud Perkins and W. L. Saunders,
charged with criminal assault.
Famous Publisher Dead.
North Andover, Mass., Aug. 26.
H. A Houghton, Sr., head of the well
known publishing house of Houghton,
Mifflin & Co., 4 Market street, Boston,
died suddenly from heart failure at his
summer rasidence here.
Celebrates Its AnBlrersary.
Rockford, 111., Aug. 26. The Winne
bago Presbyterian society held a big
celebration in honor of the twenty-
seventh anniversary of the church and
Rev. T. A Robiugon's fifteenth year.
Weather Man Will Talk of His Work.
Washington, Aug. 26. Chief Willis
tvtot-o nf'tlin -weather bureau left today
, Tjiiw "Rnpland. He will attend the
Knights Templar conclave in Boston
anA th latter part of the week will de
liver a lecture before the association for
the advancement of science at bpnng
fioiii Pmfessor Moore will outline the
, , , .
policv of the bureau and take occasion
to answer cne crjwuism. uuwcuoij
Morton antagonized the scientific work
of the bureau.
Concord aad Yorktown Sail For Oaefoo.
t r 'nUomnlnn f"VrrOl BtlH Will
fn nhflfoo. China. The
prUWOVA uuyv -
Yorktown is also bound for this port,
having left Shanghai on Saturday, so
that the United State? will be well" pre
pared for any action deemed ne cessary
ConmBted by the Presldeat;
wiewTTfaTox. Aui?. 26. The presi
dent has commuted tolife imprisonment
ntence of Cephas Wricht, a -foil-
Lblood- jChoctaw Indian, convicted ' of.
-murderin Texas and sencencea to-oe
KNIGHTS m 1ST 1
Pilgrims Prom All Orer thefjoiitr
Pouring Into tlie Hub,
VISIT0SS WAEMLT GESETEK
frestra,I)IecatieH3, IficlsaiHgr Seatb Da
kota aad Colorado, Arrive Meetiar
Derated to Cammltieer Work oa -Arrangeaaeats.
Boston, Aug. 2. Knights Templar
and their ladies from every section of
the-United. States and visitors from
every nooic ana corner oi JNew umgiaaa
have been pouring into v'tBcity today
by the thousands. One hundred com-
manderies', including over Jt,00 Sir
Knights, arrived "a the different rail
road stations, and "before midnight 0
raore delegations will arrive.
Among tiie delegations which have
come in today were 15 commanderies
from Illinois, the 'grand commandery
of Colorado, two from South Dakota,
two from. Indian Territory and the Oak
land commandery of California.
Before the sun was fairly un strains
of musio were heard' in the streets as
resident commanderies moved toward
the depots to meet and escort early ar
rivals. Before 7 o'clock, so many bands
were out thG air was full of, mraio. One
could not go more than a block or two
down town without meeting at least
one body of Knights, and the holiday
spirit soon, reigned supreme.
A great feature of. the gathering this
year is the great number of visitors who
are attraoted simply as. spectators. All
trains from New England points are late
from one' to two hoursyand a glance at
the hotel registers shows, that there is
barely a town, village or hamlet imall
the six New England states that is not.
represented. The railroad men have
been taken completely by surprise, but
they are making hurried plans. to meet
the emergency,, and say they -expect to
bring in over 250,000 people before the
parade starts tomorrow, besides those
from the suburban towns that make up
The only meetings today are those de
voted to committee work relating, to the
housing of visiting commariaerTe The
exours.on steamer Cignus, "which has
been chartered for the entire week,made
two trips down the harbor today, carry
ing 1,200 passengers each timo.
Dry Saadayrln Kew Xork.
New York, Aug; 26. Sunday was
probably tho driest in the history of the
municipality, at ny rate the police
offlcirls all made reports to that effect,
In spite of -the promises of the Wine
and Liquor Dealers, association that they
would urge all members of that body to
close their soloons today instead of wait
ing until next Sunday, the police in no
wse relaxed their vigilance, and men in
uniforms were stationed at the doors of
all suspected places. An army of police
officers in citizens' attire were on the
constant lookout for violators of the
law.-: The saloonkeepers wr. extra-
twftaftrily vigUaet and gaqgierffpg M
fiayoe in search of aglaee of.bMr or
PejiyMat oakdidateJir gbwnMr f Oi,
aidcowiA a lariK. astftmbtftce at a Pm-
Hist picnic fa the nortfewest section of
the city. He said that he would be
the next governor of Ohio, and would
probably be the Populist candidate for
president in 1890. A letter was read
from E. Y. Debs, t-hQ president of .the
A R. IT., who is now confined in. jail at
Woodstock. It is a remarkable docu
ment in that it attaoks in smost vicious
manner all the doings jdf the old politi
cal parties and the present national ad
Renegade Indians JEacape.
Wilcox, A T., Aug. 26. Troop H,
Captain Coyle commanding, returned
this evening after a week's fruitless
search for the party of renegade Indians
reported as having been off the reserva
tion since last May, and from which
party the squaw prisoner escaped,
bringing the information to this place.
As was expected, the place was from 35
to 50 miles below the Mexican line,
which is forbidden ground for United
Want Japanese Excluded.
Los Angeles, Cal., Aug. 26. In an
interview United States Senator White
said that Labor Commissioner E!itz
gerald of San Francisco has asked him
to introduce in congress a bill similar to
the Chinese exclusion act, whioh shall
exclude Japanese. Senator White has
promised to do so, if Fitzgerald will
furnish data to prove that the Japanese
are seriously injuring American labor.
Bank Official Arrested.
Perry, Okl., Aug. 26. Dr. Jamison
Tan Water, president, and Cashier
Blanchard of the defunct Bank of Com
merce of Newkirk, have been arrested
Under grand jury indictments, charging
them "with, cheating and swindling.
The bank failed four months ago.
Another Record Broken.
Ere, Pa,, Aug. 26. D. A Phillips, a
local wheelman, lowered the world's
record for 15 mile3 held by Decardy.
Phillips, paced by a tandem, rode the
distance, seven and one-half miles and
return, in 37 minutes, flat, beating De-
cardy's time 88 seconds,
Bad Wreck 2a New York,
Oswego, N. Y., Aug. 26. A bad
wreck occurred about midnight Satur
day at Pulaski, on the Rome, Water
town and Ogdensburg railway, result
ing in the death of Walter Sisson of
Yonkefs and the serious injury of two
Mao&iae Gun Test Ordered.
Washington, Ang. 26. A general
test and competition between machine
guns haa been set to begin Monday,
Sect. J?, at Indian Head.
Ravages of the Phylloxera.
Washington, Aug. 22. Consul Ger
maJn, at Zurich, has furnished the state
department an account of the ravages
of the phylloxera, or wine louse, in
Italy. He says from tho first appear
ance of the insect in that countrv it has
totally ruined 282,529 acres of vineyards,
and that in addition 1S8.160 acres are in
process d destruction from this cause.
DeatU of S. b. JLdatt Divine,
St. Louis, Aug.-22. Rev. Dr. Robert
.G-. Brank, the.-venorable pastor of the
CentralPresbyterian church, .died at his
home, aged. 73. - '
ZCWORE5 WYOMING GAME IAW&
X&ms Will Be
Ajraiaai the Whites.
Washington, Aug. 26. It has been
definitely5 decided by the Indian bureau
that ho attention will be paid to the
'game laws of Wyoming, where; they
come into confliot with the treaty of the
United States- with the Bannock and
Sheshone Indians. The attorney gen
eral, after considering the matter, has
informed the-ecre$ary of the - interior
and the commissioaer of Indian affairs
that the right of Indians to hunt on un
occupied lands in his opinion are un
questionable, and that he considers that
the state of -Wyoming has no power to
limit or abridge this right. No definite
steps to enforce this determination have
been decided nponf urther than that the
instructions to the United States district
attorneys to secure the release of Indians
now in custody oh writs of habeas cor
pus probably will.be supplemented by
an order to do the same thing in case
any arrest is made in the future.
The bureau will discourage hunting
by the Indians as far as possible, and at
present no passes will be issued permit
ting the braves to leave the reservation.
It is probable that a small number- of
soldiers will be kept in the Jackson's
Hole country during the remainder of
tho season, and if it should, he deomea
advisableat any time to permit the In
dianSito leave the reservation to hunt.the
whites possibly will not be permitted to
molest them. Jt .is hoped, however,
tbat'thewerk of the irrigation (ditch
soon to b$ contracted for will furnish
occupation and money for tho Indians
and make, hunting unnecessary for their
maintenance during the winter. No
immediate trouble is anticipated, as the
Indians, now are all on their reservations
and are likely to remain there for the
Military Camp at Chickasaanga
Washi:otx. A 36. The secre
tary .of nrwrtcriftT apiMQd.tba establish
mmt a mod! m annul, rallitary oamp
tafcjWiMteafcinii. tiM .aatioft patir
at tfet frVsto. Tkr,omp will, .be .eots
mid1 f suC odhisaniee from' Fort
Thomas, at Newport, Kj., two com
panies from Jackson barracks, at New
Orleans, and the Twenty-third artillery
from Fort McPherson, at Atlanta, and
"will be nnder the command of Lieuten
ant Colonel Willetson. The camp will
be established on Sept. 1.
No .Foundation For tho Report
Washington, Ang. 26. Tho report
of the killing of 15 Bannock -Indians by
cattlrimehinthe neighborhood of Dia
mond Talley1, Or., is not believed at the
Indian bureau. Commissioner of In
dian Affairs Browning says ho believes
there is no; foundation for the report.
He says tbWe is no reservation within
300 miles'of 'the region where the affair
is stated to have taken place, and that
as far as the Indian office is informed
no Indians were in the vicinity.
Gold Reserve Down to tho Limit.
Washington, Aug.-26. Today's state
ment of the condition of the treasury
shows: Available cash balance, $182,
?508,285; gold reserve, $100,939,970.
Pannaleo Postmaster at TeJtamah.
Washington, Aug. 26. The presi
dent today appointed as postmaster at
Tekamah, Neb., O. S. Parmalee.
WHEAT DOWN TO SIXTY.
Market Weak on Largo Russian Shipments
and Lower Cabjes.
Chicago, Au, 28; Wheat was very -weak
today. Bns3ian wheat shipments for the week,
4,160,000 bushels, showed a large increase and
Xiiverpool cables were lower. September
opened c lower at 6IJ4C.
Corn was steadied by tho large shipments.
Oats-were steady, with corn.
Provisions were easy on lower prices for live
WHEAT August, 6:; Seoteraber, 61J&J
bid; December, 6360 bid; May, 60 .
CORN Angtwtv September, 33c; Oc
tober, 80c: May, 31c bid.
OATS September, 1019;c asked; Octo
ber, 19e bid; Mav, 22a22e.
PORK-September. bid: October,
J9.37Kt January, J9.83K-
IiARD SeDtember, 5SfJ; October, $5.95 bid;
KIBS feeptember, 2$o.C7k asked; October,
Chicago Lire Stock.
Chicago, Aug. 23. HOGS Receipts, 13.000
head; left over, 3,000 head; market fairly ac
tive; good grades stronger; others weak to 60
lower; ljght. 4.434.93; mixed, $1.285;
heavy, W.054.75; rough. ?4.054.23.
CATTIiE Receipts, 17,000 head, including
S00 Texas and 8.C03 westerns ; desirable grades
steady : others weak.
SHEEP Beceipts.15,000 head ; market steady.
South Omaha live Stock.
South Omaha, Aug. 20. CATTLE Receipts,
4,803 head; 1300 to 1500 lbs., $4.505.80;I100 to
1300 lbs,. $4.0040; 9J0 to HOOIbs., $3.404.1Q;
choice cows, 12.5033.41; common cows. $1.25
2.55; good feeders, $3.25(34.00; common feeders,
fJ.7oS3.2o; market strong.
HOGS Receipts, 500 head; light, S4.803
4,35, mixed, ?4. 80(34.55: heavy, HS04.S5; mar
SHEEP Muttons, i2.0033.00: lambs J2.75
40; market steady;
Horselasa Tehioles Not Hew.
' Talk about these horseless .vehicles, "
said Uncle Si. "I seen 'em long ago. "
"Why, pal" began Aunt Mandy.
"Oh, but 1 did. Don'tryou" remember
the olo ox cart wo rode to our weddin
in?" Indiananolis JournaL
OnltT 0.7jtiot rwnf nf lirt voriifnl rf fViio
r V. Vxa W UUjiU I'll
country is owned by men' holding be
tween $100,000 'worth and $1,000",000
Worth of -property. -
C. F. IDDINGS,
Order by teleplione fi'om ISfewtons Book Store.
FSFP Oourse by Marl
"We will give a thorough
double and single ontry Book-keepfng and Com
mercial Arithmetic by mail, Free or Charge,
to a limited number o "persons. This course
' will be completed in forty lessons. Ifo charge
ior diplomas. Address
P. O. DBAWEIt III
A. P. KITTETjTj. F. H. BENSON.
Kittell , & Bsnsonr
Prospective schemes investigated. Un
profitable schemes rejuvenated. Surveys,
Maps, Estimates an cl reports made, and
construction superintended. .
Office in North Platte fvnrh Piatt A NpK
National Bank Bldg, INOrUl riajie, INeq.
Two doors -vyestof McDonald'sibank
Home-Made iread, Cakes
Regular Meals Serzed.
Also Lunch Counter
ICS OHEAIrt PLOR
in, which ice cream is served ....
dttriur the day and,eYeM.ing".
A share of the public patrosage is
respectruiij oiicuea. , ,
E. B. WARNER,
A full line of first-class f uneraL supplies
NORTH PLATTE, - NEBBRSKA.
Telegraph orders promptly 'attended to.
Hershey & Co,
OP ALL KINDS,
Farm and Spring Wagons,
Buggies, Road Carts,
Wind Mills, Pumps, Barb
Looust Street, between Fifth and Sixth
GEO. NAU MAN'S
Meats at wholesale and re
tail. Fish and Game in
season. Sausage at all
times. Cash paid for Hides.
For Scrsoc, Cattle, Sheepr Dcgs, Hcs,
50 Face Beek em Treats eat ef ABlraals
bbb Ckarc Seat free.
A. A.(Splsal Meaiaritis, Milk Ferer.
B. B. Srraias, Laneseu, Rkeaaatisa.
C. C.Disteaaper, Kasal Uisckarses.
D. D. Bets er Grabs, Werais
.. Can k& ft, Heaves, FBeaBeals
F. F. Cello er Gripes, Bellyacbe.
G. G MIscarriase, HeBasrraases.
H. H.Urlaary aaa Kidaey Diseases.
J.I.ErHjJtive Diseases, Maage.
J.K. Diseases ef DizestlsB, JParalysIs.
Single Bottle (orer 56 doees), - .60
Scafele Case, wita Specifics, Mann&l,
Veterinary Cure Oil aad Xedioator, $700
Jar Yereriaary Care Oil, 1.00
asti7 a rrfteift of fritt.
BtaTMKElS ZEB. CO., Ill 11 WHtoi St., Strm?.
H0WSOPATHIG ft ft
. la w yew. .Ths eriy iuooftU WMd;
m& Fi oateaUoa, few OTwrark er ejfcw oawg.
fl pc yJ, er 6 yiaia aad tarro yJ1 pwder, fer C
gia w ancfkii. or lest aaalpftl M rMftIM at arlca.
t PWHUBTF KM. 1U 1W TWtai 8fctSrTrtk.
cpnrse of Instruction in
MARBLE -: WORKS,
W. C. RITNER,
ManTrof and Dealer In
: ,' ? i : . . j ' ' '.
And all kinds of Monumental and Cemetery -vork,
. Careful attenffon given to lettering of every de-
Bcription. , Jobbing Tlongqn short notice- Orders
Eoucitea ana estimates ireely lurnlshed.
Coal Oil. Gasoline,
GofcL-iG&s Tar. &i
-Iieav'ef orders at 'N'ewton's Store.
FOR RELIABLE INSUR
ANCE GO TO T. C. PATTER
SON. ONLY FIRST-CLASS
1U WEST FRONT-ST.
C. F. SOHAMAffi,
Fire and Life Insurance,
3,000 of Ditch Land
HOUSES AND LOTS.
5 Land and Emigration Agent.
R. D. THOMSON,
127 Sixth St. Cor. of Vine,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA
Pure Well Water Ice.
Orders for the above product may
be left at Streitz's or McCabe's
drug- stores, or with the milk wag
on and they will receive prompt at
tention. Orders for
IS MILE B B
may also be given the latter and
they will be promptly filled.
23. B C of Advertising
BRIGHTENS m i
is the Best -Advertising Me-
uiuiu in vvesiem jNeor.
CHATTKL XORXGAGE SALS.
.. XoUe J0 berefer glr&a. tkat by vlrtae of a chattel
mortftoge datedtfeKHkday otAngust, and.
duly Aled aad reeorded in the office of th cooaty,.
cleric of - Uneoln conoty, Nebraska, on tfee 13th
day of A-affast, 1864, and executed, by 7. 7. Britteln
to North Platte Natioaal Bant, of North Platte,
XincolH county, Nebrasia, to secure tho payment
of the tarn of $160.59 and interest thereon from
Default haYiBg beea made in. the payment of
said sua aad no emit or other proceeding at law
bavinsT bees lnsMtnted to recoTer said debt or any
part thereof, therefore X frill sell the property
therein described, vizr One work ox, 7 years old,
dark red, without horns, named "Dave," one work
ox, 5 years old, bright led, with horns, named
"Suck," one brindle red cow, 3 years, old, named
'"Floeey," one red heifer, 2 years old. one farm
wagoa, one set double work- harness, one two sec
tion wood frame harrow, at public auction at
corner. oiStpruee and Sixth Streets, North Platte,
Nebrasha; oa the -?th day of September, 1895, at '2
o'clock p. m, of said day.
f Dated August lh, 1863.
-. Receiver for the North Platte National Bank.
. JS- THE SCATTSR OT THIS ESTATE OT 1
In the County Court of Lincoln county, Nebras
ka August 21st, 18G5.
Notice is hereby given that the creditors of An
ton ilohr, Incompetent, will meet the guardian of
said estate, before the County Judge of Lincoln
county, Nebraska, at the county court room in
said county, on the 2Sd day of December, 1895, on
the 23d day of January, 1S'J6, and on the 23d day of
Febrcary, 1896, at one o'clock p. m. of each day,
tor the purpose of presenting their claims for ex
amination, adjustment and allowance. Six months
are allowed creditors to present their claims from
the 2Sd day of August, 1S95S This notice will bo
published In The Tribune, a newspaper published
in said county, for four weeks successively, on and
after August 23d, 1895..
JAMES at. KAY,
a231 County Judge.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Land Office at North Pzatte, Neb.,
August 19th, 1895. J
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler. hns filed notice of his intention to make
.anal proof in support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the Register and Re
ceiver at North Platte, Nebraska, on September
28th, 1895, viz:
LUCINDA BORCH nee "WOODS,
who mode Homestead Entry No. 14,547, for tho
easthnlf of the northeast quarter section 24, town
ship linorth, range 28 west. He names the follow
ing witnesses to prove his continuous residence
upon and cultivation of, said land, viz: Robert
0. Hardin, Margaret Needmau, James H. Daven-
port and George H. Smith, all of Whittier. Neb.
NOTICE TOB PUBLICATION'.
Land Office at North riatte. Neb., )
v , A.U8twt 19th, 1895. f
Notlce-ls hereby given that Ashbel Holeman Las
aied.notlco'of IntenUoa to make final proof before
Register and Keceiver at his office In North Platte,
Nob., on Tuesday, the 22d day of October. 1S95, ou
timber culture application No. 11,(568, for the south
east quarter of section No! 26, in township No. 9
north, range No. 28 -west. He names aa witnesses:
ND. 3Ioore, C. D- Dawson, E. B. Dunham and M. x
SI. Eunyon, all of Tarnam, Nebraska.
68-8 JOHN F. HINSIAN, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION'.
Land Offlco at North Platte, Neb.,
August 21st, 1895. S
Notice Is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of hi3 intention to make
final proof in support of his claim, and that sold
proof wilt be made before the Register and Re
ceiver at North Platte, Nebraska, on September
2Sth, 1S95, viz:
CHARLES TT LOUX,
who made Homestead Entry No. 15,912, for the
Southeast quarter of Section It, Township 9,
north, Kange 28 west. He names the following
witnesses to prove his continuous residence
upon and cultivation of said land, -viz: William
J. Harper, Guy Dawson. Frank G. Dawson and
Norman L. Hore, all of Farnam, Neb.
a23-6 JOHN F. H1N1IAN, Register
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
TJ. S. Land Office, North Platte, Neb., )
August 21st, 1895 J
Notice is heroby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his Intention to mako
final proof in support of Ms claim, and that said
proof will be made before Register and Receiver
at North Platte, Neb., on September 28th, 1695,viz:
FRANK Q. DAWSON,
who made Homestead Entry No. 15.S99'. for the
Southwest quarter of Section 14, Township 9 N.,
jhhmm -as- west Be
wHmhm to ytovo' his 6b&b83 residence upon'F
Mttt caHlvfttKHt of 8M tend, vis: Charles T.
Jjemx. Stay IMw&oh . To rsaftn L. Xore and William
J, Jterper, ail e Faream, Net:.
awg JOMN i. KIM MAN, Register. -
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Laad Office at Nortk PleMe, Neb.,
Notke is hereby trivea tht the folIowioK-Dmed'
settler bu ftled aetfee of Ms InteaUoa to make
final proof in rapport of his claim, an') that sald
proof will 1e made before the Register and Re
ceiver at North Platte. Nebraska, on Sept. 28th,
WUjLIAil J. HARPER.
who made Homestead Entry No. 14,751 for tho
Northwest quarter of Section 22. Township 9 N
Range 26 West, Ho names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence unon and culti-
-vation of said land, viz: Charles T. Loux. Frank
o. Dawson, any Dawson and iSorman L. Slore.all
of Farnam, Neb.
aSiO JOHN F. HINSIAN. Register
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. S. Land Office, North Platte, Neb.,
August 22d, 1895. J
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make
final proof lu support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made beforc the Register and Re
ceiver at North Platte, Neb., on September 27th,
MILO M. SPICER.
who made Homestead Entry No. 15,438 for the
Southwestquarter of Section 10, Township 12 N.,
Range SI West, He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence upon and culti
vation or said land, viz: Henry M. Carlow, Gen
eral O. Harris, John E. Eoontz and John Clem-
on?, all of North Platte, Neb.
a5tt JOHN F. HINSIAN, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. 8. Land Office, North Platte, Neb., )
August 24th, 1895. )
Notice is hereby given that the following named
settler has filed notice of her intention to make
final proof in support of her claim and that sold
proof will bo made before the Register and Re
ceiver at North Platte, Neb., on Sept. 28th, 1885,
Viz: MARY CONNELLY,
who made Homestead Entry No. 14950 for the west
half northeast quarter and the west halt of tho
southeast quarter section 28, township 13 north.
range 3u west, sue names me ioiiowing witnesses ..
to prove her continuous residence upon and cult!-,
vation of sold land, viz: Francis Montague, James
K. Crow, Charles Wilkinson and Walter Con
nelly, all of North Platte, Neb.
a278 JOHN F. HINSIAN, Register.
U. P. TIME TABLE.
No.S Atlantic. Express Dept 12:10 a. m.
No. 4 Fast Mail 8 15 a. m.
No. 2 Limited f 9:20 A. M.
No. 28 Frolcht t
No. 18 Freight '. 8:00 p. m
No. 22 Freight ijqq A, M.
QOUfO W2ST MOUNTAIN TiaiE. ,
No. 7 Pacific Express Dept 7:10a. m
No. 1 Limited 110 p. m
No. 21 Freittht " SiO t v
No. 23-Freight " 8:20 a. m
N. B. OLDS. Agent;
JR. O. T. BEEBE,
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON
SUTHERLAND, - - - NEBRASKA.
Office: W. O. Blockmore & Co. Drug Store.
JjlRENCH & BALDWIN, "
XORTIT PLATTE, - - NEBRASKA.
Office over N. P. Ntl. Bank. "
QRLMES & "WILCOX,
NORTH PLATTE, - - - NEBRASKA".
Office over North Platte National Bank.
p. N. F. DONAItDSON,
Assistant Surgeon Union Pac-flo Rp"
and STember of Pension Board,
NORTH PLATTE, - - - NEBRASKA.
Office over Streltz's Drug Store.
WM. EVES, M. D.,
PRY8I0IAZT AND SURGEOk:
NORTH: PLATTE, - . . NEHU A S it aV
,9: Nee's Block. Disee3 of Women. -aaa
Ckfldrea a Specialty, vr
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