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- -. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1894.
Prendergast, the slayer of Car
ter Harrison, has been foundeuilty
of murder and will expiate his
Grime on the gallows. Insane or
- not insane, he lastly deserves the
Tee legislature of Colorado has
been called to meet in special ses
sion on the 10th inst., and it is said
Governor Waite has mapped out
enough work for that body to keep
it in continuous session for several
If the railroads continue to pass
into the hands of receivers at the
present rate 32,000 miles during
the past year it will not be long
until the whole system will be prac
tically operated by the government,
through the federal courts.
If any member of congress knows
of a way to put the present large
amount of idle money into circula
tion, he is the man to whom the
country will listen with much more
patience than to those who have
wild schemes for increasing the
Three receivers will take care of
the Santa Fe, the largest system in
the country, while it takes five to
govern the Union Pacific. Two of
the U. P. receivers should be dis
missed and their salaries devoted to
employing additional section hands,
or else used in increasing the pay
of those now employed.
Thet are starting a boom for ex
president Harrison in Indiana by
which they hope to land him the
presidential nomination in 1896.
They had better ring off. A very
large majority of the republicans of
the country desire McKinley as the
standard bearer and only death will
keep him from being the next president.
Secret ABr Carlisle says there is
more money in the country than is
needed to transact its business. The
trouble seems to be that the admin
istration has ruined the business.
Just send the tariff-tinkering states
men to the rear and publish to the
world that they will stay there and
the millions in bank vaults will
flow out like magic.
Col. Mary Leese was ufired"
from the Kansas State Board of
Charities last week by Governor
Le welling last week, whereat the
Colonel has grown wrathy and de
mands a statement of the cause
which led to her dismissal in order
that she may defend herself. If it
ceaes to a talking Batch sister
Mary will knock oat the governor
in about fifteen mautes.
spects in the Senate, and this wil
necessitate its return to the house
or its submission to a conference
committee of the two bodies. This
delay may consume six or eight day:
S3 that May will be here before the
president gets his hands on the bill
It will hardly be signed before the
8th or 10th of that month. Five
or six weeks, it is likely, will be
allowed to elapse between its enact
ment and its soing into effect. The
men who have been predicting thai
the bill will not pass early enough
to start into operation before the
middle of. June or the 1st of July
have the probabilities on their side.
The city jailor of Topeka has also
been meditating on the inwardness
of economic science ana nas ais
covered a way to euchre Governor
Lewelling and his tramps. He
decides that no man committed to
his establishment to live for a time
on the county or city can make any
time so long as be revels in idleness
He has, therefore, determined to le
every prisoner break stone at the
rock pile while he is resting, and no
tramp can get a square meal at his
boarding house without pounding
our paving material enough to pav
for the food. His decision 1
started the cold chills down the
backs of the governor's imported
tramps and they have concluded to
give the Kansas capital a wide berth
Democrats throughout the south
are expressing disappointment be
cause Secretary Carlisle failed to
recommend the creation of wild-cat
currency. Bat what good could
any appeal which he could make to
that effect do? If congress should
pass any wild-cat currency bill
the president would promptly veto
it, and that would knock out all
chances for legislation of this sort
for at least three years to come.
Thousands of dollars are spent
annually by the government in
making coast, geological and other
surveys, and there is no valid rea
son why part of the appropriations
for suryeys should not be devoted
to determining in what sections of
the semi-arid regions irrigation is
possible and practicable. This is a
matter which our friend Congress
man Kem should look after, and if
he is alive to the interests of his
constituents he will not hesitate to
That standard authority, B. G.
Dun's Weekly Beview of Trade, be
gins its resume of the year past
with this profouudly suggestive
generalization: Starting with the
largest trade ever known, mills
crowded with work and all business
stimulated b' high hopes, the year
1893 has proved, in sudden shrink
age of trade, in commercial disas
ters, and depression of industries,
the worst for fifty years. Whether
the final results of the panic of
1837 were relatively more severe
the scanty records of that time do
not clearlv show.
Tt is announced that the popu
list senators, Peffer, Kyle and Al
len are strongly opposed to the
Wilson bill on" the grounds that it
discriminates against the farmers.
In speaking of the bill Peffer says:
Mr. Wilson and his colleagues pro
pose to put the farmers of the
United States into direct competi
tion with the farmers of the old
world. They do this bv putting all
their products on the "free list and
by retaining high duties on all
manufactured articles with but few
exceptions. A few instances will
illustrate the injustice of this bill
to the farmer. They put wool on
the free list, while woolen goods
are taxed from forty to sixty per
-cent; they leave hides on the" free
list and tax shoes. Mr. Wilson
proposes to remove the 'sugar boun
ty, while he practicallv levies a duty
on everything that is manufactured.
I regard the bill as utterly ignoring
the farmer aud studiously caring
for the manufacturer.
Tariff discussion will begin in the
house early in January, but the bill
is not likely to pass that body be
fore the latter part of February.
Early in March it will, on this cal
culation, be taken up in the senate,
and that body will pass it, perhaps,
in the closing days of April. Of
course, the bill will- be changed in
some more or less important re-
some or tne democratic papers
claim that there is no sood reason
for blaming the democratic party
with causing the hard times we are
now experiencing, because we are
still living under the laws enacted
by republican administrations
which is very true, but it is the cer
tainty that the democratic presiden
and congress will change those laws
that is causing all the trouble. The
very general belief and apparen
certainty that a radical change wil
1 I I - kwrn
oe maue in tne tanrx is doing more
to paralyze business than all other
causes combined, and the distress
everywhere prevalent will continue
and increase in consequence of this
tinkering with the tariff. Cleveland
and a democratic congress have
gone deliberately to work to destroy
many of the industries of this coun
try in the name of "tariff reform.1
It is interesting just now to study
1 111 A at i 1
tne naoits or tne cheaply paid
laborers m Germany, and, in order
to prepare American- wage earners
for what they may expect, the
American consul at Chemnitz has
made a special report upon the sub
ject. Owing to the starvation wages
paid to labor in Germany, it appears
that the people are not able to keen
body and soul together, although
they can procure meals at eating
houses which are under govern
mental supervision. Our American
consul, in nis worK or preparing
American laborers for their future
diet, says that "to a hard working
man with an appetite sharpened by
exercise, the dinner is excellent
It appears that at these little dinners
one can get pickled herrings with
potatoes for three and one-half
cents; salt herrings and potatoes for
tnree cents; potatoes with curds or
buttermilk for two and one-half
cents; warm beer two and one-half
cents per cup; soup, two and one-
cents for nearly a quart (they must
have a soup bouse administration);
coffee, one and one cents per cup;
black or rye bread and wheat bread,
at one and one-half cents or three
quarters of a cent per portion. The
total cost of a dinner, it is stated,
is never more than ten cents, and it
is pointed out it does away with
the death and dyspepsia eating din
ner pail." This, therefore wijl
prove to bp another blow at the tin
plate industrv, and will show that
the dinner pail is only an emblem
of luxunousness and extravagance,
because a hard working man with
an appetite should never eat a din
ner costing more than ten cents,
and should generally satisfied with
a pickled herring and potato for
three and one-half cents or a por
tion of black bread for three Quar
ters of a cent. The admiaistration
is doing good work in preparing the
people for what is to come, but it
should not make too sure about
passing its tariff and forcing upon
us the times that are depicted by
the American Consul at Chemnitz.
Mr. and Mrs. Crabtree went to
Platte Thursday, taking with them
their daughter Kate, who will at
tend school. . . .Miss Nettie Brunk
came home the first of the week
from Nichols where she had been
staying a few weeks Guy Gib
bens, of Nichols, was seen in these
parts Sunday. .. .Jessie and Bee
Banks are visiting their grandpar
ents at present Mr. and Mrs.
Null made a trip to North Platte
Monday,. . . .Mr. Pease has been do
ing some work on the White Plains
school house for a week past. . . .B.
Waite is back in this section again.
. . . . J. A. Moore went east the first
part of the week to visit relatives
Mrs. Brunk and Mrs. Menzie are
seriously ill at this writing. It is
thought to be grip. ...A. E. Moore
returned home Friday with his
bride. May their union be one of
pleasure and comfort to each other,
is the wish of this neighborhood.
. . .Miss Cora Combs has returned
home after a two weeks visit in
Gandy....Wm. Lane made a trip!
to the Platte Friday. C. H. j
WORLD'S FAIR JTJBY.
Grants Highest Award to Dr. Price's
Ore am Baking Powder
Chicago, Nov. 10. On the anal
ysis and recommendation tf Dr.
Wiley, chief United States govern
ment chemist at Washington, and
greatest living authority on food
products, the World's Fair jury to
day gave the highest award to Dr.
Price's Cream Baking Powder for
strength, purity and excellence.
This conclusively settles the ques
tion of superiorly. Dr. Wiley re
jected the alum powders, stating to
the World's Fair jury that he con
sidered them unwholesome.
Mas Edntt Kyle
Chamberlain, South Dakota.
Works Like Magic
Rheumatism -Internal Palna
"I must say that Hood's Sarsaparilla works
Hke marie. I bare for two years been very
seriously troubled with rheumatism, suffering
Intense pains and aches. I tried all the reme
dies I could get, but all failed, until, having
heard so much about Hood's Sarsaparilla, I
thought I would try It. The very first bottle
did me a rreat deal of eood, and I thought I
must continue. I hare been using
nmiuh. and am now um well mm aortie."
IUmEdha Ktu, Chamberlain, South Dakota.
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, constipation,
biliousness, Jaundice, lckheadache, indigesUon.
BELIEVERS IN WITCHCRAFT.
Bmldeats of aa Oliio ViUage Hold Mr.
CtUp Calpable For Mysterious Doings.
The residents oz Hart's Corners, a
farming community 10 miles east of
this city, are agog over the doiugs of a
witch. Several days ago a ynng farm
er named Howard Hughes dug a well
upon a small hill, and when he had got
to what he believed to he a sufficient
depth, much to his surprise, no water
appeared. He cogitated upon the mat
ter, and being a firm believer in witches
and hobgoblins concluded that some
person had cust a spell upon his land.
Within the limits of this city lives a'
Dr. Hon, an octogenarian, who deals in
herbs and claims supernatural powers.
To this strange old man Hughes repair
ed and hired him to go down to his
place and locate the trouble. Hoff went
with him, and building a fire threw
some of his powders into it, and. while
the fire bnrned consulted the spirits
through a powwow performance. He
told Hnghes that the absence of water
in bis well was due to a neighbor
aamed Calp, who was a wizard, with
a poisonous breath and an evil eye, and
that the well would remain dry until
ha (pulp) was dead. Since the old
witch doctor revealed this startling in
formation the Hughes and a dozen other
families who believe in witchcraft have
ceased all intercourse with Cnlp and
avoid him as they would the evil one.
The affair has caused such a stir that
the matter resolved itself into a special
meeting held in the Methodist church
of the village, to which all these people
belong. The Rev. J. E. Hollister of
t&is city, the pastor of the church, pre
sided aad called npoa Haghea and his
followers to disavow witchcraft and
treat Calp as a brother or leave the
church. This they refused tedo, and
a church trial will result.
Last spring Miss Sadie Loop, a meat
bar of the church, was' expelled at ..m
church trial for asserting that Culp was
a wizard, and it was thought at that
time that the ridiculous superstition
had been stamped out. Alliance (O.)
Cor. Chicago Herald.
Oaa Hav. Hit Qmarter.!R
toDTHEBLAND, XHEB;, Dec.
Editor Tribune: I wiiiiri
through your Talnablepaper?
I am sorry to think that SatlHa
has a citizen so miniature
begrudge a quarter for the b
of helping to defray the litt
debtedness of our new churctijf
it seems that tne article pub!
in last week s tribune (un
head of Sutherland News) :wi
confirm this assumption. If
himself known to the cbarch eJsji
tain men t committee, they 1
gladly refund his quarter.
''During the epidemic of la grippe
Chamberlain's Cough Remedrftooli
the lead here and was much tetter
liked than other cough medicinal;
H. M. Bangs, druggist. Chatswortkv
The grip is much the same asa terjf
severe cold and requires precisely
the same treatment. This remes'Tj
is prompt and effectual and 'win
prevent any tendency of the disease
toward pneumonia. For sale by .
F. Streitz and North Platte Pharmacy.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
ytaMZiesav "S -
Professional hunters in laying in sup
plies for a long hunt take, first 30 pals.. of
snake bite cure, 2nd, 1 pound of crncker?,
3d, 15 gals, of snake bite cure, and 4th, 2
doz. bottles of Haller's Sure Cure Cough
Syrup. For sale by F. H. Longley.
About a year ago I took a violeHt.
attack of la grippe. I coughed day
and night for about six weeks; my
wife then suggested that 1 try
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. At
first 1 could see no difference, but
still kept taking it, and soon found
that it was what I needed. If I
got no relief from one dose I took
another, and it was only a few days
until I was free from the cough.
I think people in general ought to
know the value of this remedy, .and
I fake pleasure in acknowledging
the benefit I have received from it.
Madison Mustard, Otway. Ohio.
25 and 50 cent bottles for sale' bv
A. F. Streitz and North" Platte
Br virtue of an order of sale, issued by W. C,
Elder, clerk of the District court of Lincoln county,
Nebraska, upon decrees rendered by said court in
faTor or Henry ll. Wilson ana ajnuwt Mlccara A
llawley, et. al.. I hare levied npoa tae follovlnsr
described real estate as tne property of tne said
Richard X. Hawley, et aL, to-wlt: The southeast
c'Uttioabtedly," says the Chicago
JMtc9i, "as leaaer or nis party jur.
veUnd is justified in using all
reasonable endeavors to compel his
partisans in office and out of office
to adhere to their promises made to
the people." This is put forward
.justification of the bulldoringhB
ui cumrrcsa inuuiiteu iu uv lue
present administration. It is parti
cularly .refreshing in view of the
irantic efforts made by tne presi
dent to force congress to carry out
the "promises" of that part of the
Chicago platform which declares
protection an unconstitutional fraud.
principal meridian, in Lincoln county, Nebraska,
and I will on the 3d day of February, 1S94, at 1
o'clock p. m. of said day, at the east front door of
the court house of said county, in North Platte,
Nebraska, sell said real estate at public auction, to
the highest bidder, for each, to aatiafy aald order
of sale, the amount due thereon in the aggregate
being the sum of $336.30 and S20.8S costs and
probable increase costs, with interests, on said
Dated at North Platte, Neb., this 3Sth day of
D. A. BAKER.
525 Sheriff of Lincoln County, Nebraska.
Ballard's Snow Liniment.
This invaluable remedy is one that
ought to he in every household. It will
care your Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
8prain.: Cuts. Bruises. Burns, Frosted
Feet and Ears. Sore Throat and Sore
Cheat. If you hnve Lnmo Back it will
Vrure it It penetrates to the sent of the
diseiiae. It will cure Stiff Joints and
contracted muscles after ail other reme
"dies have failed. Those who have been
cripples for years have used Ballard's
Snow Linimixct and thrown away their
crutches and been able to walk as well as
ever. It will cure you. Price 50 cents.
SeM by A. F. Streitz. 1-8
The admission of Utah and NeW
Mexico to the union will probably
take place at an early date without
much opposition from ieither psrtr
a 1 m mt. -
in congress. Uklahoma and Arizona
also may squeeze in before the -end
Ail t t 1
or tne vear out tne cnances" are.
rather against the latter. o
It Care. "
Parks' Couirh Syrup cures CoashsV
Colds, Croup nnd Whooping Cougb. The i
standard home remedy in thousand of-
families tor all lung diseases. Guaran
teed by North Platte Pharmacj'.
Mrs. Bvers of Pittsburg Pa., has
been for some time on the chase of
the rascals who stole her husband
and has' at last captured and jailed
one of them. Ordinarily the inci
dent would excite some wonder, but
Las Mr. Bvers is a $4,000,000 hus
band it is evident that he was quite
.a prize. The robbers claim that
they stole him for his own good
because be wasn t living happily
with .his spouce. Ordinarily that
would be a poor excuse for stealing
a-xnan, but the four, millions explain
that also, lhe money was sup-
to follow the man.
By Tlrtue of an order of sale issued by W. C. El
der, clerk of the district court of Lincoln county.
neorasxa, upon a decree or foreclosure ren
dered in said court in faror of Mary T. Hyde
ana against uenry M. Woll and Mary C. Wolf, et .
al..I hare leTled upon the following described real
state as the property of the said Henry M. Wolf
and Mary C. Wolf, et. al., to-wlt: The east half
(E'J) o! the southwest Quarter 'SW'i). and the
southwest quarter (SW 54) of the southeast quar
ter (SE X) of Section twenty-four (21) and the
northwest quarter (NW 4) of the northeast quar
ter (NE li) of Section twenty-nre (2S),all in Town-
snipnine (U), nortn of range twenty-nine
west'of the sixth principal meridian in Lincoln
county, Nebraska, and I will on the 3d day
or r eDruary, lirj. at one o'clock p. m. or aald
day, at the east front door of the Court-house
of said county, in North Platte. Nebraska, sell
aid real estate at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash to satisfy said order of sale, the
amount due tnereon In tne aggregate being the
sum of A212.54 and J57.09 costs, and probable
increase costs, witn interest, on said decrees.
Dated at North Platte, Neb., this 28th day of
D .A. BAKER.
525 Sheriff of Lincoln county, Nebraska.
heard the best thing of the
year tne otner day, saia uraa
Slaughter when he came to town
last. UA married lady was heard to
remark that she had to go home
and sew on a democratic badge for
her husband. On being asked what
the badge was, she replied: 'A.
patch on the seat of his trousers,
made necessary by sitting around
with nothing to do.'" State Jour
. The persistent cough which
..usually follows an attack of the grip
can be permanently cured by taking
Chamberlain s Cough Kemedy. W.
AMcGuire of McKay, Ohio, says:
Xa grippe left me with a severe
cough. After using several differ
ent medicines without .relief. I tried
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
which affected a permanent cure.' 1
have also found it to be without an
eqaal for children, when troubled
with colds or croup." 25 and 50
cent bottles for sale by A. F. Streitz
and North Platte Pharmacy.
By ylrtue of an order of sale, issued by W. C.
Elder, clerk of the district court of Lincoln county,
Nebraska, upon decrees rendered by said court In
faror of Florence E. Wiley and against Martha
A Mott, Irvin Mott and Herbert J. Mott et. al., I
hare leried upon the following described real estate
as the property of the said Martha A. Mott, Irrln
Mott and Herbert J. Mott. et. al., towlt: The south
west quarter (8W Hi of 8ecUon twenty-nine f29).
and the northwest quarter (NW f)of Section thirty-
two (Si), xownsnip nine iaj norta, in Range twenty
eight (28), west of the sixth principal meridian In
Lincoln county, Nebraska, containing three hun
dred and twenty acres, and 1 win on the 3d day of
i eDruary, lGiH, at one o ciocs: p. m. of said
day, at the east front door of the court
house of said county, in North Platte, Nebras
ka, sell said real estate at public auction, to
the highest bidder, for cash, to satisfy said order
of sale, tne amount duo tnereon in the aggregate
being the sum of Sl,413.b5, and t21.53 costs, and
probable increase costs, with interest, on said
Dated at North Platte. Neb this 29th day of
D. A. BAKER,
525 Sheriff of Lincoln County, Nebraska.
Sbiloh's Vitalizer ia what you need for
Dvspensia. Torpid Liver. Yellow Skta or
Kidney Trouble. It is guaranteed to give
you satlsiactlon. .trice toe. Sow ij'
North Platte Pharmacy.
A THOUGHTFUL BRIGAND.
Tired of Hli Calling, He Writes n Cour
teous Letter to the Commandant
.Nothing could be more correct or
gentlemanly than the behavior of the
Corsican brigand Barthelemy Durili in
surrendering himself, as he has recent
ly done, to the offended justice of his
country. Writing from Piana to the
commandant of the district," he said:
Monsieur the Commandant I, the under
signed. Barthelemy Durili. brigand at Piana,
have the honor to respectfully submit to yon
that I intend to give myself up lpto your ens
tody aa a prisoner to bo tried at the approach-
lng awi- Pray, monsioor the commandant,
let me know when I can do so aud address
your reply to my mother, Mme. Durili, at Pl-
The ladies of Lincoln are
to establish a soun kitchen in that
city for feeding the unemployed aud
destitute. It is proposed to have
one large kitchen with several stalls
The Santa Fe railroad system has
been one of the strongest and. best
managed in the west and ha3 always
been prompt in meeting interest
obligations and paying out divi-
3end Ninety days aco the busi-
neaa .world considered -its financial
condition impregnablo. Saturday
it went the war of the Northern
and Union Pacific systems and
passed into receivers' hands, thanks
trying I to the "good old democratic times"
that are making 1804 the black
letter vear in the history of the
By virtue of an order of sale iwued by W. C.
Elder, clerk of the district court of Lincoln coun
ty, Nebraska, upon decrees rendered by said court
in faror of The Phoenix Insurance Company and
against Herbert J. Mott et. al., I have levied upon
the following described real estate as the Droperty
of the said Herbert J. Mott, et. al., to-wlt: The
northeast quarter NE U J of the southeast quar
ter SK U aud the north half NH of the north
east quarter NE?4 and the southeast quarter
SEUJ of the northeast quarter NEfj and the
northwest quarter NW'i of the southeast quar
ter fSEiil of Section thirtr-two TOT! and the
southeast qnafter 8E 'i of Section twenty-nine
I Z9J, Townsnip nine I'l Hncge twenty-eight
west of the sixth principal meridian, in Lincoln
county. Nebraska, and I will on the 3d day of Feb
ruary, 1801. at 1 o'clock "p. m. of said day. at the
east front door of the court house of said coanty.
in North Platte, Nebraska, cell said real estate at
pr.blic auction to the highest bidder for cash to
satisfy said order of sale, the amount due thereon
In tne acmrecate being the sum of 22.0711.00 and
cosU and probable increaso cost, with in
tcrest. on said decrees.
Dated at North Platte. Nebraska, this 2Stb day of
D. A. BAKEK,
fi'JS Sheriff of Lincoln county. Nebraska.
The Star Clothing House
-:- Lines of Goods.
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR BARGAINS
YOU CAN FIND THEM AT THE STAR.
WEBER & VOLLMER, Props.
FIEST NATIONAL BANE,
North Platte, - INTeb.
Authorized Capital, $200,000
Paid in Capital, $50,000,
A GEKEItAL BANKING BUSU
Sells Bills of Exchange on all Foreign, r
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
A. F. STREITZ,
As soon as you have written to her, and she
has sent mo the letter, I beg you, monsieur the j
commandant, to be Rood enough to instruct
your gendarmes in order that I may proceed
without molestation to AJaccio to surrender
myself. I should not care to be arrested on
the way by the gendarmes, and I,shall take it
a laror u you win give inem instructions on
the subject. Please let me hear from you flvo
or six days before the date of tho assizes, that
mar hare time to mako my preparations. 1
relr noon roti. AcccDt, monsieur the com
mandant, ine expression 01 my cnuroacvouon.
Brigand and Landowner at Plana.
All Ills That Fills
Are good for are treated more success
fully bv Parks' Tea. Is not a- cathartic;
no griping or pain, yet moves the bowels
evpry day. Sold by North Platte Pharmacy.
The crreater the activity ot the?
. . .1 1 mi '! . 4
anarchists the quicKer iney will, oe
subdued. If that threatened, oat
break at an early dad takes piac? in
Paris anarchism in thnt quarter
will be exm'rated so oromuUv .aad
completely .that it will jiot be heard
of again in the near future,.
liver and Kidney Cure.
Parks' Sure Cure is the only guarao-'
teed remedy. Its action is. quick,., aad
nnsitjvi'. Will stop that backache and
sick-lieadnche. A positive specific for all j
diseases of women. uv suffer wwa it
will cure you? For sale by North Tlatte
So "Waiting For a Bite There.
Mr. W. K. Reynolds, Jr., in a letter
to his father from British Columbia
dated Nov. 18, tells the following re
"Was at Duncan's two nights; spent
an honr at tne cowicnan river eacn
evening catching salmon by the tail and
throwing them up the bank or back in
the river. I suppose you will think
this overdrawn, but it is a fact just the
same. Tne river is literally swarming
with them, and the water can hardly
be Been for fish. The banks are cov
ered with dead fish, and the stench is
horrible. The people are complaining,
bnt annarentlv nothing can be done. I
A A w . -
cautrht about 40, one after the other,
and got pretty wet over it Tho sport
s more exciting than fishing with a
rod. Every little slough m the nver is
filled with them, places where the wa
ter ia only six inches deep,, but they
force themselves along very fast and are
fearfully strong. The average weight
is about 10 pounds, but there are many
Heavier and few lighter." Halifax
A convention of the business
men of Colorado gives notice that
said state "has almost entirely re
covered from the panic," and it is
to be hoped that Gov. Waite wilt
t 1 I llL i.
now tnve ms eiaooraie mourn n rest,
Ballard's Snow Liniment.
l ait Liiniment is aiuerent in compost
tios from any other liniment on the mar
ket. It is a scientific discover' which
resnlts ia It being the most penetrating
Idaiment ever known, l here are numer
ous white imitations, which may be
recommended because they pay the seller
a greater proiit. Beware or these aDd
dtataad Ballard's Snow Liniment. It
positively cures Rheumatism. Neuralgia,
Sprains, llruises. Wounds, Cuts, Sciatic
aad .Inflammatory Rheumatism, Burns.
Braids, bore Feet, Contracted Muscles,
SHI Joints. Old Sores. Pain in Back,
Barb Wire Cuts, Sure Clmst or Throat,
aad la especia ly beueficial in Paralysis.
Sow yA. r Streitz. 2 2
.Is, it possible that all the men
t" -J I f t Ba
.wno qo noc wane to worK tor n
living have settled in Oregon? If
wnai rennover says m nis open
letter to Mr. Cleveland is true, there
must be a whole lot of fellows loaf
ing around the soup houses who
could cam their board chopping
nornwood or catching hsh if thev
had the disposition to clasp hands
with honest industry, instead of
eating their bread in the sweat of
some other man s face. There is
honorable destitution in the land.
Uy rirhio of an order of a!e lnel ot W. C.
Klder, clerk of the district court of Lincoln coun
ty, Nebraska, upon decree rendered by Mid
court in favor of SUrcella V ERan and against Wil
liam Orady and Charlotte Grady, I have levied
npon the following described real efttat as the
properly of the xald William Grady and Charlotte
Grady, to-rrit: All of lot number seven f 7V block
oae hundred and fix (106), and all of lot number
three (3) block oixtr-eisht (CS). in the cltr of
North Platte, Lincoln county, Nebraska, as the
samo is platted and recorded in tho county elerk's
office, and I will on the 3d day of February, 16W,
at 1 o'clock p. m, ot said- day, at tho oast front
door of the court house of said county, in North
Platte,, Nebraska, sell said real estate at public
auction to the highest bidder forcah tosaUnry
said order of sale, the amount due thereon in tho
aRjrrejrate beinij the sum of $3,893.3 and 120.88
costs, and probable increase cost, with interest on
Dated at North Plctte. Nebraska, this 29th dav
of December. 1893. .
D. A. BASER,
523 Sheriff of Lincoln county, Nebraska.
now izie ins ti lui'niie iiiuuui m itai t j i ii.-i.-u i
ii u t iii ;mrnA J'tne Lord knows, but it isn t in good
upon the subject of a eged impend-.! . . ., -i t
-1 . - .,J . . etUn taste to magnify the evil. Ex.
mrr nun in thir nnrr it t no rniintr. I r J
1 L 1 J U 1 II 111 I II l.V V . v..w wwm..
By Tlrtue of an order of sale issued by W. C
Elder, clerk of the district court of Lincoln coun
ty, Nebra-ka, upon decree Tendered by said court
in faror of Fredrick J. Burnett and against Eilie
M. Ferguson, J. S. Clinton, Louisa A. Clinton and
Beach I. Hinman, et. al., I have levied upon the
following described real estate as the property of
the said FJlle M. Ferguson, i. B. Clinton, Louisa
A. Clinton and Beach I. Hinman et. al., to-wlt:
The east two-thirds E? of lot number three 3,
in block one hundred and fourteen mil. in thn
city of North Platte. Lincoln county, Nebraska,
as the same is platted and recorded in the county
clerk's office of sold county, and I will on thn 3d
day of February, 1891, at 1 o'clock p. m. of tid
day, at the cast frontdoor of the court house of
ssld county, in North Plattn, Nebraska, sell said
real estate at public auction to tho highest bidder
forlcash to satisfy said order of sale, tee amount
due thereon in the aggregate being the sum of
12,124.05 and $21.13 costs, and probable increa-e
costs, with interest, on sold decrees.
Dated at North Platte. Nebraska, this Mth 1ht
of December, 1833.
D. A. BAKES.
o- Sheriff of Lincoln county, Nebraska.
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, 0ils
CORNER OP SIXTH
AND SPRUCE STREETS.
FINEST SAMPLE E00M IN NORTH PLATTE
Having refitted our rooms in the finest of style, the public
is invited to call and see us, insuring courteous treatment
Finest Wines. Liquors and Cigars at the. Bar.
Our billiard hall is supplied with the best make of tables
and competent attendants will supply all your wants.
KEITEJ'S BLOCK, OPPOSITE THE UNION PACIFIC DEPOT.
I wnnt you to tindcrstnnd, John Ilnry,
tbat you t:in't to drink that Haller's Sr-
snpanlln nil up; 1 got it lor pap ua me,,
Pad he sez mum vu uo dowu aoo g?
bottle of Mailer's SnrsiiparillaaBd.-Bw-.
dock aud will cit over -feeling so.jftei
and bad and cit rid of all them piMpIet.
So let tbnt alone now For sale, lT F.
This is a trying season for tht
black and the brown people. The
British are riddling the Matabele ia
What a Prominent Insurance Man Soys
TT. M. Blossom, senior member of IT
t'M. BloMora & Co., 2)7 N. 3d St.. St
JLODis, writes: l ana neea lett witu a
wry distressing coun, the result of
kJaff Benin whlrh nnthinr cppmprl tn
fjfcj. SBtil I took Ballard'tt Uorehmtnd
jrvp. une nottie completely cured me
cat oae oouia io my sister, wno nnn a
.'fcvete cou-rh, nnd the experienced im
Bjfditfl relief. I always recommeud
tkla syrup to my friends.
, jona uranston. 5X)3 Hampshire street,
Qn!ncy. Illinois, writes: I have found
Sallartfs Ilorchound Syrup superior to
any other couh medicine I have ever
kanwn. It npver disannoints. Price S0c.
.i t . . .
ij Tinuo oi an orcinr nr am. f.n.,t ,. tt- r
v-icr oi mo iii.trlrt nnnrt r r nin
.rtcwrnn, upon aecreen rendered by Mid
yonri in laror or Mary K. Nichols, and affalnut
John Hawlejr, executor and tru-tee of tho estate of
Lucy Hawley, deceased, I have lerled upon the
following described real e-tate aa the property of
uio jioiu .osd iiawiey. executor nnd tnutM nr ts.
ectate of Luc? rjawler. deceasxl. t . t .
, y-, ...... ...... uaor,
'-- M me limn is ninitm nnd nmniu n .h- r 1
I .u UC lUUUIl
Clerk's office io Lincoln countr. Vhrir .n.i t
will on the 3d day of February, 1SW, at 1 o'clock
p. m. of aid day, at (tho East front door of the
Court-house of said county, in North Platte, Je-
urau, sen kuu rem estate cc puDUC auction, to
ine nienesi uinaer. ior casn. io saiury said order
of salo, the amount due thereon In the asffreeate
being the rum of f2,!71.0O. and S11.3S co-ts. and
probable Increaso costs, with interest, on said
Dated at North Finite. Nebraska, this 30th day of
D. A. BAKER.
Sheriff of Lincoln county, Nebraska
In the matter of the estate of Albert Marsh.
NoUce is hereby given that the creditors of said
Aa IatUaa Treasury looted.
A grave scandal has come to light at
Indore. Treasure which has long been
supposed to be guarded in the Khasgi
treasury,- amounting to 900,000 rupees,
is missing. Her late highness Ma Saheb
told the maharaiah tbat she had pre
sented a few of the gold ornaments
from the Jawahir Khana to some of her
servants, and that the .younger Ma Sa-
hebs the stenmothers of his higbneas-
knew all about the jewelry and silver
articles and cash in the treasury, ana
that he would get all information re
specting them .from the younger prin
cesses. Bnt no oae of them has been
able to furnish anyVaplanation respect
ing the missing stun of rupees, or the
jewels, ornaments :and silver article
which were with them. On this ac
count the allowances of the maharajah'a
stepmothers have been partially with
held while the mystery is under inquiry.
St. James Gazette.
Africa with machine cuns, .the
Italians are nerforatine the dert iihctl EST?' AllF2Z2?
.p. ' .i iKUl J oreui
m Ainca ana ine granueesiruai-nrei .. .
... . , 1 t T ... ....
hsvmn nanmcii Io iiro mnKlfjF IrWI fVTnrp Mna an nunicf m (nn ntneaa
l"c"u K1"""""" ' "- " . CJ 1 J . wo uuujiiuavinuuu Liuoco -Ill ,. , ,j
rt-rr 11. O :1. Itf mjotli. .J ll J Hi.. " "
runs waiK ouaniaii m i-j.uwvv-!. irvuiu, il me government uoesn I oeiorome. uoumyjuage or uncoiu county, Ne-
Grover appears to be the only fot-NWn- all the railroads in the United EuSh d'OTR Mh fflfe
ate on earth who stands in- wit l.atates, it will probably at least have MBT,p4.antioDthethdny of June,i89i, at i
,i J UL UmZ 'm .11 4L L.-jf o'clock p. m. each day, for the purpose of pre-ent-
ine Off UOiureu ihuc uuuu .uw -- an iu me nanus or receivers wgtneirciaimsiorexaminanou, adjusanent and
allowance. Six monthii axe allowed for creditors
o present their claims, and one year for the
executor to Kettle said estate, from tho 37th
day of December, 1853. This notice will be pub
lished in the Nobth Plattk Tribuxz newspaper
for four week successively, on and after Decem
ber 27th, 1801. JAMES M. RAY,
54 County Judge.
and he is getting weary.
C?!r-v,1"'ea by the federal courts,
pii.wBicn is the next thine to ffovern-
OattrA-lisillweflt ownership. That will make
l oUMv m raisino- f.hi frpnoiirr
ixmc the m-
Beware of Ointments for
ns mercurv will surely destroy the
of smell and completely deraage.t M
i i . 1 .. -r .
,he mucous "T ?arh aSfM? .certaiP. corporations."
ehould never be used except on pimwp 14f-.- ,,u 06110 uithculty m amv
tion from reputable pbysiciHns ! i-iBf; at tne incomes of roads in the
Pomona lhir uill rfn is. fon frlldLtA iHllf mI..-.. I 1 -r :
vwncis uanas. journal.
ilcincy, according to
JJfl fciwis.ef Grover, by "tax:
damage tbev will do is ten fdlovi
good you can possibly derive from t
Iiall's Catarrh Lure manufactures
J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0 coafcl
i .i :....t1 "i
directly upon the blood ana rnucv
faces of the system. In buying'
Catarrh Cure be sure you jretthe i
It is taken internally, and.madeia
Ohio, by F. J. Cheuey Co.
1 .-lis free
Hf-Sold Jy Druggists, price
If salt costs one cent a pouad
15 cents, what would a hoe be a
had been, fed on Bailer's Coaditiaiv
dtrs ? For eale by F, n. Lonele r.M I iZMZ:
. l 9w9 mm
. ?5'aHorehouncl Syrup.
iiILI , ,ni.SI De the best Couch
ZJLZU "V. , lure,Q 10 the wh"-e wide
-- Tmm auia ta an vi 1117 m j i
J,"0.." ft.1 cu-
ut-r. rri iinmimrtii.1..
JJore Throat, Bore Chesk PnPu.
uodjoi, ana all
ai ana jjunos. vp nnEffU,i..
IllTT I nrv9.. TT.-
- v.,muvv.iu OIHIT
-jLT-mmim i ( C ; "l"-' -ue wiioie lace
?.e globe; Insunnort of iMa f,.ro
prefer to everv indiviiln-.i
s . rf ii
useau ana to every drnptrist
evereold it. such
uie. r or dale bv A V StrnSt,
la the matter ot tho Estate of John L- McAllis
Notice In hereby oiven that the creditor of said
deceasred will meet the administrator ot said estate
before me. County Judge of Lincoln county, Ne
braska, at the county court room in (aid county.
on the 27th day of April. ISM, on the 26th day of
May, inst, ana on the ziia day or June. 1M)I. at I
o'clock p. m. Mch day, for the purpose of present
ing weir claims ior examination, adjustment and
allowance. Six months are allowed for creditors to
present their claims and one year for the adminis
trator to settle aald estate from the 27th day of
December, 1893. This notice will be published in
the North Piatte Tbibuxk newspaper for four
weeks successlTely on and after December 27th,
1SR.- JAMES X. RAT,
511 County Judge.
FROM NORTH CAROLINA.
"We-uns want you-uns to no tbat we
una tuck three bottles ur nailer's Sas
prilla and got clar cured of biles. We
nns lire at Hill's Korners, Norf Caralln,
an we-uns don't keer if you-uns no we
nns did hev biles. For sale bv F. II.
BjS!g!Sie PROTECT YOUR EYES.
aPECTACLESV 1TP TT TJTD G nTTDTrD fl
The well-known Eyo Expert of G29 Olive St., St Louis,
Mo., and 30 E. 14th Streot, New York, han appointed
A. F. STREITZ as agent for his celebrated Non
Changeable Spectacles and Eye-Glasses. These glasses
are the greatest invention ever rundo in spectacles, and
every pair purchased are guaranteed, so that if at any
time a chnngo is necessary (no matter how scratched
the lenses), thoy will furnish tho party with n new pair
of Glasses, free of charge
A. F. STREITZ has a full assortment, and invitMi
all who wish to satisfy themselves of tho gret superiority of these
glasses over any and all others now in use, to call and examine the'm at A. F.
STREITZ, Sole Agent for North Platte, Neb. No peddlers supplied. "Tho Best
in the World. None genuine unless stamped Non-Changeable.
EYE BLISS PS I
J. F. HINMAN
Farm : Implements,
Windmills, Harness. Etc.
JOS. F. FILLION,
Steam and Gas Fitting.
Cesspool and Sewerage a Special.tr. Copper and GaWanized Iron Cor
nice. Tin and Iron Roofings.
Estimates furnished. Renairinz of all kinds receive uromnfc attention.
Locust Street, Between. Fifth and Sixth,
North 3Platte, - Nebraska1;