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Prof. N.Klein,
Music Teacher.
TrurfTnetion on the
Iieed or Brass
Organ, Violin or any
ens.
Pianos carefully toned. Organs repaired.
NORTH PLATTE, - - NEBRASKA.
o, .o- o o o o - o
ESTABLISHED 1869.
James Eellon
DEALER IN
Hardware,
inita
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AND
Fail
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OF -.- ALL r KINDS.
STOVES, TINWARE.
BARB WIRE.
AGENT FOR
Studebaker Wagons.
Challenge Windmills
WMte Sewing Machines,
warn ii
WILLOW-WARE.
-o-
Fancy
Cabme
t
Ware
Picture Frames.
Itriliu Ware, Grapicscopcs,
N-E., 8-E and S-TV. Corners
nm Ml SPHUUE STB,
NORTH PLATTE.
DOUBLE MURDER.
About seven o'clock last Wednes-
! day evening Jim Eenolds killed two
men, James Jfinkston and John
Pinkston father and son, on Middle I
Creek one mile north of Tusler s
horse ranch. The instrument used
was an az with which both
men were knocked on the head.
Alter committing the murder
I A. FORT,
iZa
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
30,000 ACRES
Desirable Farming Land
boom: 1, thoelecke's block,
FOR SALE IN
in Lands:
11
ML
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of splendid
are what is
Renoid's loaded the bodies onto the Offers the follorwing bargains
running gears or a, wagon, hauled '- i .mm-ri-i t. -Kmrr
themauarterof a mile and buried - No. 101.-A FINE CATTLE RANCH
them in the sand, then mounting a near North Platte Price $30,500 consisting of 3,160 acres
horse, rode to a neisrhbor and nrvo h-t;, a t,t oil in nnp bndv. Over 1.000 acres
O O I Mini wr IIH XJlCkT XUUUl w ' J AT T i
out the story that the camp had known as hay land upon which 1,500 to 2,000 tons of hay can be cut an
been robbed bv two fitranowa T1,Q L,n a u nfmobr mmq fhrouerh the center of this tract that
object of the murder so far as never freezes in winter. The improvements are over 100 acres under cui-
appears at present was robbery and tivatibn, upon which over 50 bushels of corn to tne acre nasoeeii rauu,
about fifty dollars was secured. 1 l0o- and frame house, 1 frame stable, over 500 feet of shedding, 1 Halla-
-aoouu. iweive o clock Thursday day windmill with tank and otner watering appliances, several uj
two men rode into town and and feeding racks, a number of fine growing trees, several pastures fenced
inquired for the sheriff. The wif.li a, three and four wire fence. A portion of these lands lay within
T.inrnln Pnnnfir WortraeVo steriff dePuty bein both absent two miles of North Platte. A purchaser would without doubt be able to
UW0U1I1 UUUflty, lMeoraSKa. they were sent to Coroner W. F. sell these lands within five years for from $15 to $25 per acre owing to
Moore. It soon became nnisp1 their snlpnilid location. Also have the use of the land tor hay and stock:
NORTH PLATTE,
RANGES 33 to 37,
INCLUSIVE, IN
Lincoln and Keith Counties, Neb..
and lying between the North and South Platte Rivers, on the line of the-
Union Pacific Railway.
Prices and Terms can be obtained on application at the office of
DILLON & COLLINS,
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Having a certificate on file in the Pen-
sion umce at wasmngton, pension
papers nnea out without cnarge. Busi
ness before the U. S. Land Office at
tended to.
abroad that a double murder had
been committed and crowds of
anxious inquirers thronged the
streets to learn news of the affair.
Jim Renolds was very much
excited and asked several times for
water to drink. He told the story
that he and the two Pinkstons were
camping together in aient north of
Uray s horse ranch where thev had
taken claims, and that about seven
o'clock in the evening two men,
blacked up as negroes came to the
camp and entered into conversation.
He represented the men as
having been armed with six
shooters and said they had a
Corner Front and Locust Streets.
mi t t i re j 1.1 T nV.nn
purposes, xnis is a spienaia oner xur uae puce given auuvu
No. 100. STOCK AND HAY RANCH
consisting of 1.000 acres of hav and grazing land all fenced. Fine stream
of water runs through the place. 500 tons of hay can be cut annually
on the land. Improvements consist of one frame house, frame stable,
cellar and milk house. This place is only eight miles from North Platte.
Price $4,400.
"NTn 109! A ftPT.-RTSmrn RTOCTT T? A "NTCTT
within one mile of a railroad station consisting of over 2,000 acres of fine North Platte,
farming and stock land, all enclosed by a four-wire fence, live hundred
tons of nay can be cut on this place annually. Corn and other grain for
feeding can be bought on the farms surrounding. Improvements consist
of a hne frame house with seven rooms, large frame stable, corrals and
other improvements necessary. Also for sale with the place 100 head of
American horses mcluding a hne Clydesdale stallion worth &2,U(a); -suu
head high-grade American cattle including several hne blooded bulls
The Hinman House,
Nebraska
FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY PARTICULAR.
1- i.LT
wis ouu oaiu luey iiau a uutue . . ? ,., , , , , , ,1 -j
of whiskey which they passed , ? is a spienaia cnance to maice an lnvesnneni; wnere ine rapiu ns' m
t i J r n I lann will nosnrp fnA -niirpnniaAr a artri Jinn mmn ronirn for the monev m-
arouna. inter tnis civintv one or I r , . r: " a ' : 0 r . , r . . . ; i-
. . I -TTtC3Tekfi or fha oowia Hrvirt .Ynrmva in nna r'r rck mnaf TtiAtirihla PPlTTinT.IfiTIQ
known to the American people. Price $32,000.
A fine ranch in Dawson county, five miles from railroad, containing
6,500 acres, with two houses, good sheds, two windmills, tanks and other
fixtures, sixty acres under cultivation, land partially fenced; the farming
lands are held at $10 per acre; hill lands at $5 per acre. If you want a
fine ranch, m a good farming and stock-raising section, please write me
No. 81. A splendid stock ranch on Medicine creek, containing 1,200
E. G. ST. JOHN, Proprietor.
Below is a partial list of lands I have
sale
for
them drew his pistol and made the
three hold up their hands saying
they wanted their monev. He
turned his pockets wrong side out
and showed them that he had none,
but the old man showed fight and
said he would never give up his
money. One of the men seized an
ax and knocked him on the head,
then thev killed his son and took
John Otteestadt's
GEXEKAL
acres all enclosed by a three-wire fence, with good house containing five
TTTl.l m n 1 -i 1 -ii " T
rooms, one naiiaaay winamiii, witn pump, t antes ana ail necessary
. a a. m I 1 1 I - I 1 II' I -
. . . , ur. .r a w A; AnnA aiices. viie large maoie, two large corraiis, nrceen acres unaer cultivation,
adouc .u.uuu acres or Rnizini? lana muuey . uj. uuxu uxic uccu tan i i , j ton o i tjj it t
ouThds frof n ey loaded the bodies onto a wagon Jg? rlanj'.160eafof tenmg land, and many
oT& JitX and compelling Reynolds to accom- impTolments. Price $4,300. i is a bargain and. one of the j
Lii! hMi Wap asd Hepair
ity and quantity purchased. As an
investment they are bound to Drove
profitable, lions tuno on deferred payments.
No. 5.
Ten sections of agricultural land
in Towns 10 and 11, Range 35,
neitn county, at S3.au to 4.uu per
acre. This is rolling tableland
bui table for agricultural purposes.
No.0.
One section of choice bottom
land 8 miles from North Platte,
at $7. uu per acre, part on long
A portion or tnia is
time.
land.
hay
No. 7.
A choice action of table land, 8 miles from
this city, Bmooth ana every toot smtaDie lor cul
tivation, a bargain at 85.00 per acre, worth $7.00.
Hold on three yaare tune.
compelling Reynolds
Eahy them drove to the sand and
uried them. Then thev drove
back to the camp, unhitched the
horses and told him he had better
50. He ment to Mr. Nunn's, on
?umpkin creek, and he and Lee
Nunn then went to Fowler's ranch.
Both came to town Thursdav
morning. When Lee Nunn heard
that the sheriff was away he had
little to say to anyone, but finally
confessed to the coroner that he
Three hundred
No. 9.
and twenty
acres very choice
lend five miles from townt at $7.00 per acre, in
four equal payments. This is mostly bench land
and is offered very low.
NO. 10.
8. E. qr sec 1 and N. W. qr sec 9, township 12,'
range Z4, and a. W. qr sec 7, townsmp 14, range
24, all in Dawson county near Gothenburg.
These are said to be quarters that have half or
more of plow land; 7-14-21 is half valley land
and water ib easy to get. They will be sold in
quarters and come at a little over S4.5U per acre
year plan, $zia.uu cash down
on the ten
quarter.
per
No. 13.
Six hundred and twenty acres of bench land
six miles trom ortn latte at 85.51) Der acre.
This is very choaD and will be sold on four eoual
T - a.: i .rr i
pttyuittuus. 41 is u una eeuuuu uuu is uui'reu lor
sale because the owner has more land than he de
sires to carry.
No. 14.
Section 19. townshiD 12. ran ire 34. Lincoln coun
ty. Avery good section of agricultural land at
per acre.
No. 15.
8. W. ar 8-13-30. hav land, two miles from North
No. 16.
One hundred and eighty-eight acres on North
river adjoining town. A splendid bargain at
$3,000.
NO. 17.
Two sections of trrazinir land 6 to 7 miles from
North Platte, surrounded bv land that will most
likely remain vacant for some time, thus attorn
ing ample range for a good herd; $3.00 per acre,
one-nan aown, balance on time.
best ranches for general stock raising in Western Nebraska.
No. 17. 160 acres of deeded land on Fox Creek, containing 1 house, 2
corrals, 1 stable, 1 chicken house; 5 acres in cultivation, 30 acres of the
land timber, 90 acres fenced, in town 9, range 28. Price $1,500. A large
amount of splendid stock land can be secured in the vicinity of this sec
tion. A stream of water runs through the land and a number of other
conveniences surround it.
No. 74. A fine half section of farming and stock land in town G,
range 24, Frontier county. Price $1,200. An excellent bargain at the
above price.
No. 72. 341 acres of land with 1 house, 2 stables, 1 corrall, 2,500
pounds barbed wire. 500 cedar posts. 60 acres of the land timbpred. 20
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suspected the other party. In the UIluer n'oa lurge Poron ,?r e lTa rn?eaL JL ana a11
mppnfiTTiP f! V. Tmo-nif. wrm improvements in town o, range j, jeronier county, race. &1.HUU.
, Q 7 I AT AO 'V IZ i 7 1.1 w M r- "VT n
HpniiHyprt hv Hnrnnpr v.cij iuic oeuuuiis uj. atuua. muus, nines ITOm iortn
r r . " " . PloU-a -nn 11 U crJA
-1. lUtlAi IT AAA OUIU VfAA liAlAAi J.' AAXV 1UUU XVX OllCCLT 1 CllZMUli. XX UtU l UJ
the land is good hay land. Price $3.00 per acre. These sections are the
best of bargains at the figures tor which they are offered. Thev will do
for either cattle or sheep. A part of the land could be cultivated.
No. 105. 160 acres of deeded land, well watered, all fenced, with a
V new frame houehorse stable, corrals, sheds and other ranch improve-
uieiiLs. iriice ?i,uw. xiiu aumtj owner lias ior suie at low ugures, co
head of horses, 50 brood mares with colts and 100 head of young Amer
ican cows with calves.
No. 48. Relinquishment on a fine homestead in town 10, range 29,
with all improvements, valued at $800. This is a'splendid homestead
for a man "who wishes to raise cattle and horses. I have for sale a large
amount ot cneap lana in tnis vicinity which is adapted tor stock raising.
NO. 178. A SPLENDID TOWNSHIP OF LAND
in the south part of Lincoln county, adapted to either farming or grazing.
Price $3.25 per acre.
No. 117. A SPLENDID DAIRY FARM
of 160 acres of deeded land, containing a fine grove of timber; a beauti-
tui location ior a man ot small means. Improvements consist ot 90
acres under fence, 5 acres in cultivation, 2 large corrals, stable, chicken
house, goo'd cellar and other improvements. Thirty acres of this tract is
excellent timoer lana. race only $l,o00.
Address a. FORT, Real Estate Agent,
(Platte Valley Land Office,)
North Platte, Lincoln Co., Neb.
Locust Street, opposite J. D. Jackson's,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
I have now on hand new and second-hand
Lumber "Wagons, Snrincr Wagons and
Buggies made b' the best workmen. All
who wish anvtiiiug in that lino will do
well to call on me.
ICE CREAM
AND
CONFECTIONERY
Having recently fitted up the finest lex CfcXAJC
Pablob in thf city, the patronage of the public
is respectfully solicited. Families and parties
supplied with ice cream on the shortest notice.
I shall also keep a full stock of
Confectionery, Vegetables,
And Fruits
for family use, as fresh as can be procured in this
market. Also CHOICE CIGARS.
MRS. MARY MASON,
South sideof Spruce street, one block east of
btreitz s Drug store,
NORTH PLATTE, - NEB
TIMBER claims.
I have a number of timber claim reliuauish-
monts. some of them offered auito reasonable.
Below is a list of those I consider "worth the
money asked.
no. 1.
Four miles from North Platte, in the bottom be
LWBim uio rivers; coeap at
NO. 2.
A fine auarter-secrion of table land six miles
south of Alkali, Keith county. $300.
had been deputized by Coroner
Moore to act as sheriff, had his
suspicions aroused and swore out a
warrant against Reynolds. He
arrested him after he had eaten his
dinner, and discovered nearly fiftv
dollars on his person, some in eac
vest pocket, some in a small pocket
book and about tour dollars m his
shoe, although Reynolds denied up
and down that he had any money.
This, together with several other
suspicious circumstances, led to
his being at once placed in jail.
Moore, H. D. Moore, Lee Nunn, C.
E. Trognitz and J. C. Bush left
town at two o'clock for the scene of
the tragedy, and Deputy Sheriff
Carly, who had returned from
Potter, and Ed. Fitch, followed
shortly afterwards. Arriving at
Tusler's horse ranch the party was
joined by Constable George Laing,
of Camp Clarke, and several other
men. Proceeding rapidly to the
spot the coroner summoned a
1 At . ...
jury ana alter neanng the testi
mony rendered the following
verdict: At an inquest held on
Middle creek, Cheyenne county,
Nebraska, oh the 18th dav of
September, A. D. 1885, before me,
W. h. Moore coroner of said countv
upon the bodies of James Pinkston,
and John Pinkston, lying dead, bv
the jurors whose names are hereto
described, the said jurors upon their
oath do say that the said James
Tl 1 L - 1 X I T. T
jrmKsion ana jonn nnicston came
Boys' Clothing !
A Great Chance for Bargains.
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--THE LINCOLN COUNTY TRIBUNE,--
Makes a Specialty of Publishing
NEWS' CONCERNING WESTERN NEBRASKA.
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Terms
1-50 3Po:r -fiLxjotxiixsa..
All sizes, all grades, from a cheap
cotton to the finest imported wors
ted corkscrew goods, the best line
that has ever been brought to North
Platte, will be slaughtered. Must
be sold at once for cash. This large
stock of bos' clothing has been
assigned to the Star Clothing House
to dispose of at any price, and we
offer inducements that you have
never seen equaled. The goods com
prise a line of suits as fine as made
in the United States, and will be
sold at about one-half their value.
150 suits is all we have of them.
Come before they are all gone. If
'ou doubt, come and see at the Star
Clothing House.
H. OTTEN, Prop.
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FACILITIES UNEXCELLED IN WESTERN NEBRASKA.
Orders by Mail Receive Prompt Attention.
10, range 30
no. 3.
A rood timber claim in townshi
about 25 miles south of this city,
No. A.
Avery choice bottom Quarter in townshin 13.
ranee 34. at xaui'. uomeeteaa reiinauiBhment in
same section at $200 a bargain for any one hav
ing the two rights, as u fine Dench and hay
lana.
to their death Wednesday,' Septem- IJ7 WEli SATED BH!KSsS HOUSE
17th, between the hours of five and A m the city or country, i banking faciUties,
woo may do cmoarrassea or aewnooB ui uu-
35,
NO. 5.
A very fair timber claim- in township 12. range
nign rouing prairie, very reasonaDie at $uo.
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Bismark Saloon
Billiard and Pool Hall,
J. C. HTJPFER, Pbop.,
Keeps none but the finest Whiskies.such as
XOBINSON COUNTY, TENN.,
COON HOLLOW,
a F. C, TAYLOR.
OUCKENHEIMER RYE.
WELSH AND HOMESTEAD,
Parties from a distance should bear in mini!
that it is not necessary to live on a timber claim.
After mnlnng your entry all von have to do is to
hire the necessary improvement made, which al- j
ways adds more than double the cost to the value
teen years frna from all taxes before nrovins nn.
This exemption is no smau . item and should not
be overlooked. A timber claim 1b c profitable investment.
HOJIESTEADS.
I ha vo a number of homestead relinouisliments
within easy access of the city, and oartipR with
I small means will find it more profitable to bnv
these than to go far away from the railroad or
market. Alost of. them are oliereu reasonable.
CITY PBOPERTY.
I have a number of choice building lota in the
ciry. .ranut uwnriu ciiuice iocs snouia call.
No. 19.
.Large fine house and two lots, windmill.
tame, Biaoie. irees, anrnbbery, nicely
improved, $2,500.00, or one lot and all
the improvements for $2,000.00. Part
eight o'clock, by blows on the head
from some blunt instrument,
supposed to be an ax, in the hands
of James Reynolds, with murderous
and felonious intent.
The two bodies were sent to Sid
ney Thursday night, Sheriff Carly
and Lee Nunn bringing theirfinT
They lay in the engine house
yesterday and will be buried in the
cemetery early this morning. Sid
ney Telegraph.
A pious individual named Rev.
Dr. J. W. Haney made a speech in
Springfield, Ohio, the other dav, in
the course of which he said: "The
Democratic party is the road to hell
and the Republican party is the
road to damnation. I'll take to the
woods." Mr. Haney must be in a
great hurry to get there first, or he
would not cut cross lots.
Two tons of gold, worth Sl,400,5
000, is lost every year from the wear
and tear of commerce and personal
use.
may
I taimng temporary accommodation on their paper
can secure same by addressins Absolutely Confi
dential. Box 2517, New York.
.Its Causes and Cube, by one who
1 mi A m i 3
whs uisii. i my-oiKu t j cure. jLrcjciu.il
bymoetof the noted specialists of
the dav with no benefit. Cured him
self in three months, and since then hundreds of
others by the same process. A plain, simple and
successful home treatment. Address 1. 1 irAujU
128 Eastugth street, New YorK City.
mm.
"GUY'S PLACE."
Billiard . Hall
PARKER'S TONIC.
A Fun Family Xodieina that nsTer Intoxicates
If you are a lawyer minister or business man
exhausted by mental strain or anxions cares, do
not take intoxicating stimulants, out use jtabk
kb's Tokio.
If you have dyspepsia, Rheumatism. Kidney or
urinary complaints, or it you are trouDiea wiui
any disorder of the lungs, stomach, bowels, blood
or nerves you can be cured by jf abkxb b ipxia.
If you are wasting away from age. dissipation.
or any disease or weakness and require a stimu
lant takF. Parker's Tonic at once: it will invigor
ate an J build you up from the first dose but wiU
never intoxicate. It has saved hundreds of lives,
CAUTION I Refuse all substitutes. Parker's
Tonic is composed of the best remedial agents in
the world, ana is entirely different from prepara
tions of ginger alone, bend for circular.
Hiscock & Co.,
163 William St., New York.
We Caution all
on time.
-Also fine case goods, Brandies, Rum, Gin,
Etc. St Louis Bottled Bear and,
Milwaukee Beer on draft
No. 20.
A very nice nouse and two lots, wind
mill, tant, hydrants, hose, fountain.
lots nirciy planted to young trees, $3000
No. 21.
House and 2 lots on North side, six
large rooms. 2 closets, out bmlningi, etc.
O
Mrect f
Price 11,200.
The BUYERS GTJIDB la
iHWi Sept. mm Mmrtm,
1 8x11 lmckewltk mvtx
BOO luutnuNU-a
WMOle new vmuczy.
GIVES Wholesale FxicM
consumers m au Bommm mr
iMlerftBllT Telia Mow t
r nmd gires exacx cow
OlH yom
TTmLMtM of the wort. We
rfl copy "r.rv.--
mb receipt o
--..!. Xtahoarxroa
AGAINST THEM.
The unprecedented
success and merit
of ELV8 CREAM
BALM a real cure for catarrh, hay fever and cold
in the head has 'induced many adventurers to
place catarrh aedicines bearing some resem
blance in appearance, style or name upon the
market, in order toytrade upon the reputation of
Ely's Cream Balm.' Many in your immediate lo
cality will testify in highest commendation.
Donrt be deceived. Buy only Ely's Cream Balm.
A particle is applied into each nostril; no pain;
agreeable to use. Price 50 cents; of druggists.
ATJTfl nXTUTTD To introduce
JDllJ UJtrtllli we wiU give
1000 self-operating Washing Machin
a
you'
ress office
j street, New York.
To introduce them
we wiU give away
Wasting Machines. If
our name, f. u. and
NATIONAL CO.,
Corner Sixth and Spruce Streets,
NORTH PLATTE, - - NEBRASKA.
yow.
HIathographed maps of Lincoln county
for sue, only 10 cents each, uy mau vc cenis.
uMu-rr.nMCRY WARD A CO.
USB K bK. IT.
m m Spciica
tiaingcontractonuiy mWWK WIIIIK
i WIIIH
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ONLY
Choice Wines,
Liquors and
Cigars
Kept at the Bar.
Opera House Block, Front Street,
NORTH PLATTE, - - NEBRASKA.
YlaitlA ""Teroaer to con
TISlMe! experi-
contain liat of nJZZZ. ?ZJ??1
S,osPend ?e doUar' flnd in "the in-
iT12e-l!un,(,red J?Mana dollars in ad
Ifn& scheme is indicated which will
to do nobjf slight changes eatHy arrived at bucor-
TTtJona hve been Cud!
Sent, post-paid, to any addresa for 10 cents.
Write to GEO. P. BnwvrT i An
TEW8PAPER ADVKimSma BTrpYf'
105prnce3t.PrliitlngHouc8q., New York.
Collection Office,
NORTH PLATTE, - NEBRASKA.
Loans Negotiated, Collections Made
and Promptly Remitted.
POVERS OF ATTORNEY EXECUTED, ABSTRACTS OF TITLE,
PURNISnED, AND EVERYTHING PERTAINING TO A
GENERAL REAL ESTATE BUSINESS.
O SIPimZLsTG- OABT CO.
Wholesalo Karrnfacturers of
Two-Wheeled VeMoles,
uumUAKO, iJest sake.
TKK BTYUig OF HARNESS.
ZToldtag? Scotch Harrows with Haaolos
am warn. AssSu
VO not iorgec to wnw ior rncra sau va huukbo. -

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