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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 8, 1890.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
For Gor.rnor.D RICHAKDS of Dodge.
For Ifcrtn governor. rf
For SemUry of Sgte. o wmow
For AadiHog. H. BENTON. of Lancaster.
hB"Tk HILL. of Gage.
ForAttornegneral HAOTIXG8. of Saline.
For Superintendent of Public Instruction,
mot boi" GOUDY. of Webster.
LEGISLATIVE.
COUNTY TICKET.
ForCtrMtorn
W. J. McCanpless, the Repub
lican nominee for representative is
making a tour through the district
and gaining scores of votes every
dav. The opposition do not and
cannot say anything detrimental to
Mac
The Tribune will oppose town
ship organization vet it invites those
favoring the matter to send in their
views for publication. The ques
tion is one that should be well
studied, and the way to attain that
end is to thoroughly discuss it
through the newspapers.
The Sidney Telegraph has in
formation from a member of Dem
ocrats of Chevenne county that
they will vote for Dorsey for con
gress. One of them says that it is
business to keep Dorsey in congress.
He can do more for this western
country than any new man.
The manner in which the affairs
of the state of Nebraska have been
conducted by the Republicans -dur
ing their many years ot control is
rerv satisfactory, ine state is one
of two without bonded indebted
new, and the party must be given
credit for this state ot affairs
Neither the Democrats or the Al
liance could have made a better
record, nor as good.
Inasmuch as the Nebraska senate
will unquestionably be Republican
ay a good majority, would it not be
tfce best thing for the farmers to
elect Mr. Daugherty to a seat in
that body? He is a farmer and
successful one, and is thoroughly
conversant with the needs of the
agriculturist, and would be a valu
able mam. lm tbe upper house of the
legislature. What can tney ex
peat of Mr. Stevens in event of bis
cfeetioaF He woald be a Democrat
if -elected, and it is certainly very
clear that he would be at a disad
raatage in securing favorable legw-
lahoa. it would be tbe reverse
with Mr. Daugherty, and there is a
.growing conviction amcng the Re
publican members of the alliance
that he is the proper man to repre
sent the Thirtieth district.
W. A. Qrego, a farmer who re
sides in Cox precinct, this county,
has known 0. M. Keoi, the alliance
candidate for congress, for eight
years, and by virtue of that knowl
edge -does not hold the aforesaid
Xem in very high esteem. Miv
Gregg informs The Teibune that
tbe acrobatic 0. M. is wholly unfit
hf education and natural ability to
represent the people in any capacity.
Ib bis efforts to secure an office he
has swung around the circle of
political parties, and has promised
that in event of his election, and
there is no possible chance of that,
ke will vote with the Democrats.
A rote for Ken is half a vote for
ThoKpeofl, and the Republican
embers of the alliance should
give Mr. Dorsey their vote. He is
4 a demagogae but a working
friend ot the farmer, and it would
be quite the proper thing to give
bin aaother termr
Tii Current gives it out that it
is aa unwritten law that no man
sfeottld be given a third term in
offce and tries to make a point
against Dorsey because he has been
renominated for a fourth term.
The truth of the matter is that by
virtue of an adherence to this un
wnf.Ua law the West is in the posi
tkm it is to-day. Congressmen have
keen shelved when their usermness
nni-jnet begun, therefore the old
awmbers from the East, where the
patflc do not adhere to this "un
written law,1' have secured all the
legislation in the interests of New
lagland. Congressman Dorsey is
the -acknowledged leader of the
wwaatra members of the house, and
will We in a position to do the great
and growing West still more good
daring the next session of the
national legislature. The "un
written law1 business must be
abandoned if this section of the
conatry receives its share of favor
able legislation.
In editor of the Current, who
ia apparently a mossback Demo
crat at heart and an alliance sup-
tor revenue only, is very
that we should slate our
on the orohibition aues-
It only requires a sentence
i to do that. If we favored
tke prohibitory amendment, that
b wonld have oeen espoused
1 ate this. But we don't want
v amendments for the reason
thai we believe our present law reg
ilttTf the liquor traffic better in
Netrntka than prohibition regu
lates it in Iowa or Kansas. We
invar temperance and would be glad
ta nave everybody use as little li
pase as we do ourselves, yet we are
nneenvinced that a prohibitory law
wiU bring about that much desired
The only true way la deal
with the liquor question is to
educate the people that it is a moral
wrong to drink intoxicants. How
ever, if a sufficient number of relia
ble gentlemen will give us their
word of honor that they will make
it their business to see that, in case
prohibition carries, the law is rigid
ly enforced and that no holes-in-the-wall
or drug stores be allowed
to sell liquors, we will at least con
sider the propriety of voting for
the amendment.
Do the Alliance Republicans of
Lincoln county fully understand
the political situation in this coun
ty? Do you know that you are
doing the bidding of the Demo
cratic party?
Is it not a fact that your conven
tions are controlled by Democrats?
Is it not a fact that before nom
inations are made the endorsement
of Mullane, Snelling and Neville,
three leading Democrats, is obtained?
Did you know that Boyd, the
Democratic candidate for governor,
hss a list of the Democrats in the
Alliance and is sending each of
them a letter saying "Now is the
time to down the Republicans by
voting the Democratic state ticket,
and to vote for Alliance men only
when they are Democrats"?
Did you know that Alliance men
were furnished money by Demo
crats to work at $3 per day for the
Democratic nominees?
Do you know that a Democrat
sent to the state legislature as an
Alliance man" will vote with the
Democrats regardless of your inter
ests? In short, do you know that you
ara being drawn into the Demo
cratic camp to elect their
men only? If you don't know it
you are not as well posted as Kepub-
licaus ought to be, or as they might
be. for one of the most active
Democratic-Alliance men said in
North Platte without fear of con
tradiction that it was true, that he
didn't suppose any one thought dif
ferently. How do you like the partnership;
you doing the voting, Democrats
getting the omcesr'
PROHIBITION IN IOWA.
Rock Island, 111., Sept. 29, 1890.
Editors Tribune: From many
inquiries received asking for infor
mation, it seems to be the general
impression that the prohibition law
of Iowa has closed all saloons in the
state, except what are known as
original package saloons and that
no.liquors are sold in defiance of
law but what is sold on the slv.
If this was so then the law
would be at least a partial success
but such is not the case.
In the city of Davenport there are
nearly two hundred saloons run
ning openly and without hindrance.
Breweries are making beer and
their wagons can be met all over
the city delivering their products to
the saloons. Tbev tuii their busi
ness the same as tney do in Illinois
or Nebraska except they are" not
controlled oy law. ana are open
day, nrjot. weak-days and Sunday
alike.
I will give yoa one illustration:
At a reunion held at one of the
parks in that city lasting two days,
one of which was a Sunday, there
was delivered and drank 275 keg3
of beer, in the park. This is from
one that was in position to know.
The temperance people told me
this was not tbe case all over the
state: that all the saloons were
closed outside of the city limits of
Davenport; but I find this to be not
strictly true.
On every road leading to the city
saloons flourish in graud royal
style. I think it is safe to say that
within a radius of eight miles of
the city there are at least fifty
saloons. I will only mention, one
road. There is the one mile house,
two mile house, three mile house,
five mile house, Green tree tavern,
and seven mile house..
. That il how prohibition works
in Davenport. If that is success
for the law then it is a success.
T will now mention smaller
places. Gilbertown, a place of pro
bably two hundred inhabitants, has
two saloons aud one grocery; no
other business m the town. Valley
City, a country village, one general
store, blacksmith shop, one saloon
and another one half mile from
town. Le Claire; this is a flourish
ing village of probably five hun
dred inhabitants; one that 1 was
well acquainted with in years gone
by before the prohibition law was
passed. It was a town in which
opinion was so evenly bal
ced that some years there
would be a license board
elected, other years not and in
either case but by a small majority.
This last spring there were four
saloons open. The saloon keepers
were arrested for violation of law
and the prosecutor not wishing the
case tried in Scott Co. it was taken
to an adjoining county to be tried.
The saloons came home victorious
and were opei ed on the following
Sunday. An old settler told mo
that he had lived in the village for
twenty-seven years and it was the
first Sunday he had ever seen the
saloons with doors open. Now
there are six in the town selling at
all hours.
Walcott, a good sized country
town, on rail road, six saloons, town
has probably five or six hundred
inhabitants.
Blue Grass, cross roads trading
point; general store, blacksmith
shop, butcher shop, harness shop,
three saloons.
Eldredge, three storesblacksmith
shop, gra;n buyer, two saloons.
And so on apparently without limit.
And still the speakers, and papers
even, try to mislead the public
that have no means of finding" out
these things for themselves, by
telling them that the prohibition
law is a success in Iowa.
A law like this is a detriment to
a state as well as to humanity. Old
men defy the law and young men
and boys are taught to treat it with
defiance, and that has a tendency
to educate tne youth of the laud
to hold all other laws in contempt
that come in conflict . with fair
desires. In traveling ovar tne state
you will find this to at ine. case at
the present time.
In conversation with an oM gen
tleman in the western part of tbe
state I was speaking abont a boy
of eighteen years, the ton of n old
friend and schoolmate. The old
gentleman in answer to mv nnestion
said, "He is one of tne bncbtest
young men of our neighborhood,
out ne is becoming dissipated.
Says I, "dissipated in prohibition
lunar xi ia answer was some
thing like this: "Don't throw that
up to me Sidney. You know that
i have always been a temperance
man. I have vet to tk mv first
glass of any kind of intoxicating
drinks (He is a man of about sev
enty years of age). I believed in
prohibition, voted for it and worked
for it. It I made a mistake, and I
believe I did, I hope God will for
give me; if I bad it to do over again
I would do different. I see not
only Jerry's boy going to ruin but
there are many more right in my
own neighborhood who have been
taught that it was a disgrace to go
into a saloon, and many of them
would have grown to manhood with
out entering the doors of the hell
hole, but in company with other
boys they take their first drink out
in the woods or fields where they
have their meeting place. They are
taking the forbidden fruit and think
they have done something grand,
not thinking it ia the first step
downward. This continues until
the teachings at home are forgotten
and they are regular visitors at the
saloon. There was not a saloon
nearer than Atlantic (about twelve
miles) before the prohibition laws
passed, but now you will find many
jug3 and bottles hid away by our
boys and young men. It was a big
mistake, one that can never be rec
tified." This was from a man whom I
knew in my boyhood days, one who
I believe has tried to live a consist
ent christian; who to my knowl
edge has been a hard-working tem
perance man, and there are many
more" of the same kind scattered
over the prairies of Iowa.
The prohibition advocates claim
that it is their wish to close up the
saloons and they think it can be
done by law. I think I have shown
that it is not done in Iowa.
But if prohibition laws can be en
forced in Nebraska why can not
other liquor laws?
What causes most of our boys to
take their first drink and visit the
saloon for the first time, and not
only the first time but the majority
of times afterward r What causes
most of our drunkards? In fact
what keeps up the saloons?
Let any thoughtful person give
these questions careful study and
tjie answer will be, the system of
social treating. Yet there is a law
on the statute books of Nebraska,
a penal law against either giving or
accepting a treat in a saloon. VVliv
don't our prohibition friends enforce
this law?
If law will close up the saloons
then this law would close up more
saloons than any prohibition law
that was ever passed. And yet I
think it would be safe to say that
there is not a person living in Ne
braska who ever saw even an effort
to enforce it.
But for fear of encroaching on
good nature I will end.
Sid. D. Robb
IT REMOVES PIMPLES AND
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t take pleasure in recommending
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Purifier. A few bottles cured me of a
blood trouble after all other remedies
had failed. It also removed pimples
and bloches from my face leaving the
skin clear and smooth. While taking
S. S. S. my appetite increased and
my general health improved.
Wildow Wilsox,
Fairfield, 111.
Sores on his Hands.
I cheerfully bear testimony to
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prised to find that after using one
bottle I was entirely, cured and have
not been troubled since.
John Hawkins,
Frankfort Iowa.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis
eases mailed free.
Swift's Specific Co.,
Atlauta, Ga.
COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS.
The county commissioners con
vened Sept. 30, all the members be
iug present.
Joseph Williams and W. H. Van
Court were each allowed 25 for
apprehending one Joseph Lord.
The county clerk was instructed
to notify the overseer of road No.
9 to remove all obstructions on that
thoroughfare.
J. i. Avails, administrater of the
estate of R. Boscombe, asked that
the taxes on east half south-east
quarter and south-west quarter
south-sast quarter 24-14-30 be re
funded on account of said land be
ing reported by the goverment for
cancellation. Urdered that the
treasurer refund all taxes paid on
said land.
The board purchased the counter
formerly used by the N. P.
National Bank for slot).
The following bills were allowed :
Wm. Hockridge, o ve-seer, 36;
John Kinkade, road work, 195.75;
L. Patterson, road work, 89;
W. M. Benton, certified copies of
bridge-bonds, 15.
Henry Rebout was ordered to
purchase three scrapers at 4 each
and to purchase lumber and nails
or construction of culverts jn
Wallace precinct, district 25.
Resignation of U. f . JSmbrey as
constable of Willow precinct was
accepted.
Oct. 1. Bill of Sam 1 Adams,
$22.75, for viewing bodies of Anna
and Jbid Newman was disallowed.
Bills allowed: Sara'l Adams, view
ing bodies of Anna and Ed New-
man, IZU; bam I Adams, teaming
18; C. P. Dick, deputy clerk for
September, 60.
Petition was granted for a read
commencing at southwest comer
of 12-12-30, thence east on section
line between 12 and 13-12-30 and
section line between 7 and 8-12-29,
terminating at the southeast corner
of 7-12-28 and connecting with
county road on section line between
7 and 8-12-29. I. K. Neeley was
allowed 5 damages by virtue of
said road necessitating the removal
of his wire fence.
Petition asking for a road as fol
lows was allowed: Commencing at
southeast corner 31-14-30, thence
north on section line to the north
side of the U. P. right-of-way. Ac
tion was deferred on claims for
damages.
Bill of James Moran, 21, for
work on road, was allowed.
Commissioners drew 24 names
as jurors for the November term of
district court.
Oct. 2. Bills, were allowed as
follows: W. C. Elder, decoration
for court house 9, making trial
and bar docket 37.20, making
complete record 131, janitor to
October 1, 83; Emma Cooper,
cleaning superintendent's room, $3;
J. F. Clark, mowing court yard,
13.50; Mary E. Hosford, county
superintendent for July, August
and September, 300; S. W. Van.
Doran, painting jail roof, 40; Al
bert Darrah, cleaning around coal
house, 5; Joseph Fillion, repairing
court house roof, 40; N. W. Mc
Gee, interest on Schwamb note,
23.50; H. M. Ritner, care of poor
children, 130.00; R. H. Langford,
shelving in superintendent's office,
6.00; W. H. Johnston, Chas. W.
Baskins, John J. Priscoll, M. F.
Hostetter, Richard Owens, C. E.
Owens, jurors Newman case. 2
each; P. F. Consodine, Lena Saw
yer, Laura Downs, W. G. Kocken,
Archie Fleming, Jud Austin, Frank
Warner, Frank Murphy, Oliver
Hawkins, E. Christiansen, J. W.
Hingston, F. H. Longley, C. M.
Duncan, W. T. Wilcox, Frank
Boyer, Wm. Boyer, Dell Hunting
ton and J. V. Reed were each al
lowed 1 as witnesses in the John
Tearney case; Wm. Kocken, Dr. E.
Christiansen, F. H. Longley, Ar
chie Fleming, W. H. O'Connell,
Lena Sawyer and Frank Warner-
allowed 1 each as witnesses State
vs. Wright; George Hammond, P.
H. McEvoy, L. Strickler. Joseph
Hershey, Chas. Ormsby aud M. C.
Lindsay, 1 each as jurors in
Wright case; Paul G. Meyer, chain
man, road 97, 10.00; T C. Goodson,
same, 9.00; Chas. E. Emery, flag
man road 97, 5.60; I.E. VanDoran,
road work, 36.00; J. B. McKee, tax
refunded, 4.24.
Bills were disallowed as follows:
B. Beer, road damages, 200.00;
Henry Faka, s:ime, 40.00; Geo. G.
Ensign, same, 50.00.
Personal tax assessed against B.
B. Baker was stricken from the list
.is his property had been assessed in
Frontier county.
Oct. 3. An election was ordered
in Medicine precinct to vote on the
proposition to issue 5000.00 bonds
for roads, said election to occur on
Tuesday, November 4th.
Mary E. Hosford's report as
county superintendent, shows 9.51
doe the county. Report was ac
cepted. Petition of James Belton and
others to vote on township organi
zation was allowed. Election to
occur Nov. 4th.
Petition for bridge across Gulch
canyon, on section line east and
west between 17 and 18-11-26 . was
allowed, and Commissioner Murphy
was instructed to take measure
ments, etc.
George A. Walker was allowed
72 for road work.
.
When you ueed a good, safe lax
ative, ask your druggist for a box
of Aver's Pills, and you will find
that they give perfect satisfaction
For indigestion, torpid liver, and
sick headache there is nothing su
perior. Leading physicians recom
mend them.
Beaton means that the monu
ment to John Boyle O'Reilly shall
be so tun that it will cost 50,000.
A - m
I' A nMJABLE COUGH SYRUP.
y have been fortunate enough to
secara is agency for Beggs' Cherry
Coagbyrap. It Is a trustworthy medi
ciae, aad we guarantee every bottle ld
to give entire satisfaction. We would be
pleased to have our customers give it a
triat. Sold by A. F. Streitz.
Clark University, at Worcester,
Mass., announces a course on the
hptory and principles of education
which is to be exceptionally sci
entific and philosophical.
SAFE INVESTMENT.
Iaoae which is guaranteed to bring
you satisfactory results, or in case of fail
ure a retara of purchase price. On- this
safe plaa you can buy from our adver
ttae4 Druggist a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption. It is
guaraateed to bring relief in every cise,
whea aaed for any affection of Throat,
Lungs or Chest, such as Consumption,
iafimautkm of Lungs, Bronchitis,
Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup, etc.,
etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to taste,
perfectly safe, and can always be de
peaded boob. Trial bottles free at A. F.
3treitzrs Drugstore.
In the epidemic of cholera by
which Japan had lost 9,285 people
up to Sept.' 7 carbolic acid rose in
price from $40 to $80 per 100
pounds.
.-PnONOUNCED HOPELESS, YET
X SAVED,
f Fiwa'a letter written by Mrs. Ada E.
Ourb'of Groton, S. D., we quote: "Was
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my lungs, cough set in and finally
terminated in Consumption. Four
doctors gave me up saying I could live
bat a short time.. I gave myself up to
my saviour, determined if I could not
stay with my friends on earth, I would
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was advist-d j get Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds. I gave it a trial, took in nil eight
bottles; it has curpd me and thank God I
am now a well and heart' woman." Trial
bottles free at A. F. Btreitz's Drugstore,
regular size, 50c and $ 1.00.
Henry Warren, newsboy on the
New Haven and Derby railroad,
was 82 years old last week. He
has been selling papers twenty-four
years. For twenty-five years he has
never missed a day when the trains
ran.
Mr. C. B. Jones, of Spring Hill, Iowa,
says: "I have used Chamberlains Pain
B,a.laa for severe and painful burns with
better effect than anything else I have
ever tried. It relieves the pain instant
ly and cures without leaving a scar."
Pain Balm is one of the most useful
medicines that any family can be pro
vided with, especially for rheumatism,
lame lack, sprains, bruises, tooth-ache,
eir-ache aud like ailments. One appli
cation will relieve the pain and a fair trial
insure a cure. 50 cent bottles for sale by
A. F. Streitz.
The Rev. Dr. John Henry Hop
kins, a son of the late Bishop Hop
kins, of Vermont, aud one of the
greatest theologians in the,. Episco
pal Church, is seriously"iH at Troy.
If people would take the advice of A.
F. Streitz, the drugist, they would never
start on a journey without a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. It can always be
depended upon and is pleasant to take .
TheTjui Phou Lee divorceiase,
containing a Chinese Yale graduate,
a wealthy New Haven girl and a
rnether-in-law in perfect working
order, ia now on the boards in that
citv.
A prominent worker for the al
liance ticket who was well known
to the Observer editor in his boy
hood days and whom we had not
seen tor vears, we had tbe pleasure
of meeting at North Platte a short
time ago. He was known to us as
a republican and when informed he
was canvassing for the alliance
ticket we were much surprised, un
til he explained it in this light:
"Three dollars a day and expenses
beats farming." We had to admit
that it did, but to some farming
would be preferable. How many
of the workers in the alliance move
ment are like our old friend receiv
ing three dollars a day and expenses
we caunot say, but as the demo
cratic campaign fund is supposed to
ue ampie, we a raw tne conclusion
that they employ all who apply to
work, either for the democratic or
alliance tickets. Kimball Observer.
"Save who can!" was the frantic
cry of Napoleon to his army at
Waterloo. Save health and
strength while you can, by the use
of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, is advice that
applies to all, both young and old.
Don't wait until disease fastens on
you; begin at once.
BEGGS' GERMAN SALVE.
The increased demand for Beirirs' Gen.
man Salve not only proves that it has
merit, but also makes it almost a. univer
sal household remedy. Wheu you wish
a gooa rename oiuttnent call for Begiry
German Salve, and you will not be dis
anointed. Sold and warranted bv A. F.
Streitz.
We want every mother to know that
croup can be prevented. True croup
never appears without a warning. The
first symptom is hoarseness; then the
child appears to have taken cold or a cold
may have accompanied the hoarseness
from the stnrt. After that a peculiar
rough congh is developed, which is fol
lowed by the croup. The time to act is
when the child first becomes hoarse; a
few doses of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy will prevent the attack. Even
after tbe rouch cwurh has appeared, the
disease may be prevented by using this
remedy as directed. For salo by A. F.
Streitz.
LAND OFFICE NOTICES.
Land Office at North Platte, Nebr. )
September 26th, 1S90. )
Notice in hereby Riven that the following-named
settle! has filed notice of his intention to make
final proof in support of his claim and that said
Drool will be made before the Register and Re-
ceiTer at North Platte. Neb., on November 20th.
1890. viz: Elbert H. Nnnn. who made I). S. No.
1009,-for the eonth half of the southwest quarter
and the northeast quarter of the southwest
quarter and the northwest quarter of the south
east quarter oi section z, town iz, range a west,
lie names tbe following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
enid land, viz: Kd. F. Myres, William II. Pickett.
ijouis uarKc, James ai. uruce, allot Cottonwood,
net).
3S6 John I. Nesbitt, Register.
NOTICE.
U. S. Land Office, North Platte, Nebr., I
Ancust 20. 1890. f
Complaint having been entered at this office by
Tena E. Cerpenter ngainBt Joseph G. Nichols for
abandoning bis Homestead Entry No. 1U93,
dated Sept. 8, JX?,npon Hie N.E. quarter section
12. Townshi d ll .?..uanee SO V.. in Lincoln coun
ty. Nebraska, TriHi t view to the cancellation of
said entry, (no said parties are hereby summoned
to appear at ( bis office on the 4th day of October,
1890; at 9 o'clock A. M., to respond and furnish
test- aony Loncarning said alleged abandonment.
345 John I. Nesbitt, Register.
LEGAL NOTICES.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
BY VIItTUE OF AN ORDER OF
salo issued by W. C. Elder, clerk of
tbejiistrict conrt of Lincoln county, Ne
braska, upon a decree of foreclosure of a
mortgage upon the premises hereinafter
described, rendered in said court in favor
of Anglo-American Mortgage and Trust
Co., against J. J. Heinrich Schrader, et
al., I have levied upon the following
real estate as the property of the said J.
J. Heinrich Schrader, to-wit: The east
half of the northwest quarter and the
east half of the south west quarter of
section twenty-six (26), township ten (10).
north of range thirty-one (31), west of
sixth principal meridian in Lincoln
cunty, Nebraska, and. I will upon the
11th day of JNovember, lsUU, at ten
o'clock a. m., of said day, at the front
door of the court house of said county, in
North Platte, sell said real estate at pub
lic auction, to the highest bidder for
cash, to satisfy said order of sale, the
amount due thereon In the aggregate
being the sum of S&UOO, and $28.68 costs
and accruing interest and costs.
North Platte, Neb.. Oct. 7th 1890.
D. A. BAKER, Sheriff.
Breckinridge, Breckinridge & Cro-
toot. Attorneys for Plaintiff. 395.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
Baking
Powder
ABSOUITEiar PURE
SHERIFF'S SALE.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OP SALE ISSUED
by W. C. Elder, clerk of the district court ot
Lincoln county, Nebraska, upon a decree of fore
closure of a mortgage npon the premises herein
after described, rendered In said court in favor of
Hnrnham.TulIeys & Co., against Roy K. Hice,Sarah
P. Hice, et. aL, I have levied npon the following
real estate as the property of said Roy K. Hice, to
wit: lots three (3) and four (4), and the south half
of the northwest quarter of section four (4), In
township nine (9), north of range twenty-seven
(271, west ot the sixth P. M. in Lincoln county,
Nebraska, and I will, npon the lCKh day of Novem
ber, 1890, at 2 p. m., of said day, at the front door
of the conrt bouse of said county, in North Platte,
sell said real estate at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash to satisfy said order of sale, the
amount due thereon in the aggregate being the
sum of $107.62 and $57.63 costs and accruing Inter
est and costs.
North Platte, Neb. Oct. 7th, 1S90.
D. A. BAKER, Sneriff.
BazcKcranxiK, BazcsrsaiDOi tt Caoroor,
Attorneys for plaintiff. 395
BARGAINS FOR ALL
SHERIFFS sale
By VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE ISSUED
by W. C. Elder, clerk of the district court of
Lincoln county, Nebraska, npon a decree of fore
closure of a mortgage upon the premises herein
after described, rendered in said court in favor of
Anglo-American Loan and Trust Co., against
Herbert Ames, et. al., I have levied npon the fol
lowing real estate, as tne property or said Herbert
Ames, to-wit: The southwest quarter ot section
four (4), township nine (9), north of range tweuty
seven (27), west ot sixth P. M. in Lincoln county,
Nebraska, and I will, npon the 11th day of Novem
ber, 1890, at ten o'clock a. m. of said day, at the
front door of the court house ot said county, in
North Platte, sell said real estate at public auction
to the highest bidder, for cash to satisfy raid order
ot sale, the amount due thereon in the aggregate
bemg tne sum 01 im.rb ana f.u costs and
accruing interest and costs.
North Platte, Neb. Oct. 7b, 1890.
D. A. BAKER, Sheriff.
Bszckcoudok, Bbbceikbidok it Caoroor,
Attorneys for Plaintiff. 395
SHERIFF'S SALE.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE ISSUED
by W. C. Elder, clerk of fte district conrt of
Lincoln county, Nebraska, upon a decree of fore
closure of a mortgage upon the premises herein
after described, rendered in said court in favor of
aeorge Heyn against w. A. .Bradley, I haTe
levied upon tbe following real estate as the nnmerlT
of said W. A. Bradley, to-wit: lot seven (7), eig'ct
o). nice v) ana len in oiocx twenty-Uiree
(23), in North Platte Town Lot Company's
Addition to Norih Platte, in U.nceln county, Ne
braska, or so much of said property as will satisfy
such judgment, interests and costs, and I will on
the 11th day of November, 1890, at two o'clock p.
m. of said day, at the front door of the court house
of said county in North Platte, sell said real estate
at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, to
satisfy said order of svle, the amount due thereon
in the aggregate being tho sum of $202.5i and
$16.08 cost and accruing interest and costs.
jonn naue, Keo. Oct. 7th, 1890,
J. S. Hoaoijlmd.
Attorney for Pleintiff .
D. A. BAKER, Sheriff.
395
SHERIFF'S SALE.
TY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF HALE ISSTTED
D by W. O. Elder, clerk cf the district court of
Lincoln county, Nebraska, upon a decree ot fore
closure of a mortgage upon the premises herin
after described, rendered In said court in favor of
Malinda RUhel and W. H. Darnell against W. T.
Linsay, I have levied upon the following real
estate as the property of said W. T. Linsay,
to-wit: The undivided one-half interest In the
northwest quarter of sect'on twenty (20), ia town
ship ten (10), range thirty-two (32) west, in
Lincoln county. Nebrcska, and V, will on the 11th
day ot November, 1890, at 3 o'clock p. m. of said
day, at the front door of the court house of said
county, in North Platte, sell said real estate at
public auction to the highest bidder for cash to
satisfy said order of sale, the amount due thereon
In the aggregate being the sum of HStO.CDand
$15.28 cost, and accruing interest and costs.
North Platte, Neb., Oct. 7th, 1890.
895 D. A. BAKER, Sheriff.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE ISSUED
by W. C. Elder, e'erk of the district court of
Lincoln county, Nebraska, upon a decree of fore
closure of a mortgage upon the premises herein
after described, rendered in said court in iavor of
Lysander Tulleys against Geo. W. Hauthorn, et
al., I have levied upon tbe following real estate as
the property of the said Geo. W. Hauthorn, to-wit:
The northwest quarter of section twenty (20),
township ten (10), range twenty-seven (27) west, in
Lincoln county, Nebraska, and I will, upon the
10th day of November, 1890, at 1 o'clock p. m., of
said day, at the front door of the court house in
North Flatte, se'l said real estate at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash to satisfy said order
of sale, the amount due thereon in the aggregate
being the .sum of $90.00 and (25.40 costs and accru
ing interet and costs.
North Platte, Neb., Oct. 7th 1890.
D. A. BAKER, Sheriff,
BnKCKrsEiDOE, BnECKiNBiDOE & CiiorooT,
Attorneys for plaintiff. S95
SHERIFF'S SALE.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE ISSUED
by W. C. Elder, clerk of the district court of
Lincoln county, Nebraska, upon a decree of fore
closure of a mortgnge upon the premises herein
after described, rendered in said court In favor of
Anglo-American Mortgage and Trust Co., against
William Schrader, et al., I have levied upon the
following real estate as the property of said Wil
liam Bchrader, to-wit: Tlie northwest quarter of
section twenty-five (26), to-nship ten (10), north
of range thirty-one (31 west of 6th principal
meridian, in Lincoln county, Nebraska, end I will,
on the 10th day of November, 1S90, at 11 o'clock a.
m., of said day, at the front door of the court house
in North Platte, sell said real estate to highest bid
der for cash to satisfy said order ot sale, the
amount due thereon In the aggregate being the
sum of $100.00 and $28.80 costs aud accruing costs
and interest
North Platte, Neb., Oct. 7th, 18C0.
D. A. BAKER, Sheriff.
BBECKTSniDGE, BRECKINRIDGE & CCOFOOT,
Attorneys for plaintiff. 395
SHERIFFS SALE.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE ISSUED
by W. C. Elder, clerk of the district court of
Lincoln county, Nebraska, upon a decree of fore
closure of a mortgage upon the premises herein
after described, rendered in said court in favor of
Thnddeus J. Foley nga'nst John W. Sawyer, et al.,
I have levied upon the following real estate as the
property of said John W. Sawyer, to-wlt: The
southwest quarter ot section twenty 20, township
thirteen 13, rangu thirty (30) west, in Lincoln
county, Nebraska, and I will, on the 11 ih day of
November, 18S0, at eleven o'clock a. m., of said
day, at the front door 'of the court house of said
county, in North Platte, sell said real estate at pub
lic auction to the highest bid 'er for cash, to satisfy
said order of sale, the amoun. due thereon in the
aggregate being the sum of $748.30 and $14.88 costs
and accruing interest and cosln.
North Platte, Neb., Oct. 7th, 1890.
D. A. BAKER, Sheriff.
J. S. HOAGLAND,
Attorney for Plaintiff. 893
SHERIFF'S SALE.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE ISSUED
by W. C. Elder, clerk of the district court of
Lincoln county, Nebraska, upon a decree of fore
closure of a mortgage upon the premises herein
after described, rendered In said court in favor
of Anglo-American Mortgage and Trust Co.,
against Wm. Smith, ot al., I have levied upon the
following real estate as the property of said Wil
liam Smith, to-wit: The north half of the north
west quarter and tbe southeast quarter of the
northwest quarter of section twenty-4even 27.
and the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter
of section twenty-two 22 J, township nine 9J,
north of range thirty-one 31 j wost of the 6th P. M.
in Lincoln county, Nebraska, and I will, on the
11th day of November, 1S93. at one o'clock p. m..
ot said day, at tne front door or the court hoae of
said county, in North Platte, sell said real estate at
public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, to
satisfy said order of sal the amount due thereon
in tne aggregate being tne sum ot 7102.27 and
$21.13 costs and accruing Interest and costs.
North Platte, Neb. Oct. 7th 1893.
D. A. BAKER, Sheriff,
Breckinridge, Bozckinridob & CnorooT.
Attorneys for Plaintiff. 395.
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Authorized Capital, $200,000.
Paid in Caoital, $50,000.
? A GENERAL BANKING BUSI
NESS TRANSACTED.
Sells Bills of Exchange on all Foreign-
COuntnes
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
A. F. STREITZ,
Corner Drug Store,
HEAD QUARTERS FOR
SHERIFF'S SALE.
T)Y VIRTUE OF AS ORDER OF SALE ISSUED
L) by w. C. Elder, clerk of the district court of
Lincoln county, Nebraska, upon a decree of fore
closure of a raortKase npon tne premises herein
after described, rendered in said conrt in favor
of O. A. Webber against Leona Goodrich, et. al.,
I have levied upon the following real estate as the
property ot tne said Leona Goodrich, to-nlt: The
south half of the northwest quarter and the north
east quarter ot the soathwest quarter of section
twelve (12), and the southeast quarter of the north
east quarter oi section eleven (11), In township
nino (9), north of range thirty (30), west of sixth
P. M., in Lincoln county, Nebraska, and I will.
on tho 10th day of November, 1800, at three
o'clock p. m., of said day, at tho front door of the
court nouse or said county, In North Platte, sell
said real estate at public auction to the highest
oiauer tor casn to sausiy said order of sale, the
amount due thereon in the aggregate being tho
sum of $393.12, and $20.3d costs and accruing
North Flatte, Neb. Oct. 7th, 1890.
D.A. BAKER, Sheriff.
R. M. Suavely,
Attorney for Plaintiff. 333
,H. MacLEAN,
Fine Boot and Shoe Maker,
.vna .Dealer in
SfEN'S LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Perfect Fit, Best "Work and Goods a."
Represented or Money Refunded.
REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE.
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
E. B. WARNER,
Funeral Director.
AND EMBALMER.
A full line of first-class funeral supplies
always in stock.
East Sixth street, next door to First Na-
tionnl Bank,
NORTH PLATTE, - NEBBRSKA.
Telegraph orders promptly attended to.
Drugs, Medicines,
Diamanta Spectacles,
IPainters Supplies,
Machine Oils,
"Window Glass.
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GLASSES JL25TJD SPECTACLES.
-AJ1 Kinds of HeDairinc:.
XJ. P. "Watch Examiner-
McDonald's Block, Spruce Street.
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Steam and Gas Fitting.
s
Cesspool and Sewerage a Specialty. Copper and Galvanized Iron Cor
nice. Tin and Iron Roofings.
ESTIMATES ETJIsriSECEID.
Repairing of Kinds will receive Prompt Attention."
Locust Street, Between Fifth and Sixth,
HSTorfch Flatte, - "Nebraska.

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