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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1891.
The members o the local milita
company are at present using the K. P.
hall for a drill room.
Many youtfiB took advantage cf the
condition of the river last Sunday and
skated to Brady Island.
The meeting of the W. C. T. U. will
be hold Saturday afternoon at the resi
dence of Mrs. H. M. Slack at 3 o'clock.
The Gothenburg Star came out last
week changed in its form to a five-column
.quarto. It twinkles resplendently in its
Wm. Edisisnot taking his supply
of ice from the North Platte river, but
will cut it from his lake constructed for
' The admirers of Evangelist Nathan,
a majority of whom were ladies, pre
sented him with a handsome gold watch
on Friday last
John Conway and David Hunter
have ordered a New Era ditching mach
ine for work this season on their irrigat
ing ditch west of Sutherland.
See the lithium photographs turned
out by G. W. McDonald of the "Elite
Studio." The latest, most permanent
and.durable photos made.
A few wild geese have been passing
northward this week. Theso fowls
would seem to question the accuracy of
the fabled ground-hog as a weather
. According to tho apology of last
week's populist sheet Bill Beatty still
exhibits traces of republican training.
"Good's Sarsaparilla will eradicate it from
Will O'Connell became tho father of
a boy on Wednesday of last week and
he and his wife have received tho hearty
congratulations which tho event natur
ally call forth.
Gardener Charlev Pass received a
communication this week from tho
Kalamazoo, Mich., Celery Co., relative to
his methods of propagating and culti
vating that succulent cdiblo cf ocean
A committeo of ladies made a tour
of the town Saturday and found twenty
two families in destitute circumstances.
Efforts are now being mado to provide
the unfortunates with food, coal and
The members of the Gordon cornet
band are making preparations for their
concert on March lGth. A very inter
esting pAgram mo is being arranged and
the affair promises to bs of more than
Smoke tho "Little Star" cigar; clear
Havana. Mado by McGlone &, Hess.
The school house at Gandy burned
to tho ground last Friday night It was
a new structure, having been built in
1892 and together with its contents was
insured in an Omaha company for $500.
The .building was a total loss.
The board of county commissioners
has been convoked by order of the coun
ty clerk for next Monday, presumably to
petition and sucn other business as may
properly com before tho body.
The Union Pacific Railway Co. has
two c:rload of horses for salo at Central
City, Neb. They are in poor flesh but
olberwiso are in fine shape and will ha
sold at a bargain. For further informa
tion inquire of N. B. Olds, agent.
Some Gandy members of the order
were over Monday night and visited tho
Rebekah decree lodge of this city wit
nessing the floor work of the degree staff
upon a couple of candidates. Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Gandy and a Mrs. Hill were
among tho visitors.
That was a comical break the Era
made last week in "cribbing" the little
personal item from The Tribune relative
to the visit of Mrs. Guy C. Barton. The
next time you filch a paragraph seo that
it is correctly reproduced and you will
better satisfy those interested.
Radishes, lettuce, green onions and
California celerv will bo kept on hand
from now on at tho Enterprise Bakery
A missive from Mrs. 0 . Q. Thacker
conveys tho information that tho family
is bow located in Houston, Texas. Sho
states that tho "norther" of last week
ruined the early gardens and ripe straw
berries, tho thermometer going down to
17. Rino strawberries! Yum! Yum!!
Since it has been reported that Rev
A. J. Nathan had received a watch from
the people of Hastings, tho following
from tho socretarv of tho Y. M. C. A. at
that place may bo of interest: "Mr.
Nathan had no watch whilo here, and no
watch was given him by any person hero,
to my knowledge, neither indi vidually or
collectively." F. F. Cakuthers,
The friends of C. F. Scharmann aro
ouietlv whisDorinc around that ho will
be a candidate for tho office of city clerk
at the April election. Although running
for an official position might bo con
sidered unmilitary 3et doubtless Capt
Scharmann will adopt the English
tactics and "6tand" for tho place.
As there seems to bo an erroneous
impression prevalent among our people
that a fund of 5400 had been deposited
in the bank of Chas. McDonald by Col
Cody for charitable purposes The Tri
bune is requested to correct tho mis
understanding. W. H. McDonald states
that no such sum is on deposit for any
Last Wednesday justice Penniston
united in marriage John L. Hawkins to
Miss Nina Chester, all of Lincoln county
Come, Judge Roche, you aro not keeping
up to the record. You want to offer a
baby carriaee as a premium to the first
couple who will consent to be married
by you amidst tho whirling wheels of
the tool room. We will try and be pres
ent and witness Warren Lloyd dramati
cally giving away the bride.
To-night (Ash Wednesday) there
will be evening prayer and address in
the chapel of the Episcopal church at
7:15. Services for the remainder of tho
week: Thursday at 4:15 p, m., Friday
12 m; Litany service Friday 7:15 p. m.,
evening prayer and address, especially
preparatory to conformation. Services
each week during Lent will be Tuesdays
and Thursdays at 4:15 p. m.; Wednes
days and Fridays at 12 m. and 7:15 p. m.
All week day services will be held in the
chapel and will be short. Everybody
Work in the yards here has been quite
brisk the past few days on account of
returning the Ft. Worth rolling stock to
Fire Laddies The members of the
City Fire Dep't are requested to meet at
the First ward hose house to-night at
750 o'clock to arrange for attending the
funeral of Fred Sandall.
By order of the Chief.
We learn that J. A. Goodman is ser
iously ill at the Cody ranch, the result of
a kick he received from a horse about
ten days ago. Mr. and Mrs. Will Good
man, now at Sterling have been wired to
come down at once.
Last Wednesday N. B. Olds, agent
here for the Union Pacific, paid its taxes
for Lincoln county amounting to $26,085.
The proportion of this money together
with its share of the state apportion
ment places North Platte school district
No. 1 in excellent shape. Let us have
that now High school building.
Last Thursday afternoon some sneak
thief entered the residence of H. M.
Slack on West Fifth street and stole a
number of articles of clothing valued at
something like $50. The family was
absent with tho exception of Boyd
Dickinson, who was sleeping in the house
at tho time and the doors were not locked,
it not being supposed that any ono would
enter the house in tho day timo.
A New York dispatch to Sunday's
daily papers contains the following re
freshing news: "An evening paper pub
lishes an article to tho effect that Col.
Wiiliam Cody, 'Buffalo Bill,' is, in a way,
about to turn Quaker. Colonel Cody,
who is at the Hoffman house, admits
that ho has been negotiating with some
Philadelphia Quakers to start a colony
on his ranch near North Platte. Ho has
4,000 acres of land which ho wants to
divido into small holdings and establish
a family on each division. He will con
struct an irrigating ditch to furnish each
tenant with water. Colonel Cody hopes
to induce tho settlement of 500 Quakers
Smoke tho "Little Star" cigar; clear
Havana. Mado by McGlone & Hess.
Tho following item which may prove
of interest is taken from last Thursday's
Chicago Inter Ocean: "George Ster
ling was arraigned in the Tombs court,
Now York, on Tuesday as a suspicious
person. Ho was arrested by detectives
who saw him selling postage stamps on
tho Bowory. A bag containing 81,945.50
worth of stamps was found on his per
son. Tho Now York police think he is
mixed up in somo pnstaffico robber'.
Sterling says ho bought the stamps
from a man in Cincinnati." Postmaster
Wood was interviewed as to the above,
but was not disposed to unbosom him
self to our reporter (probably upon the
tho theory that newspapers are not much
aid in capturing criminals) further than
to state '.hat the above excorpt waB sub
stantially correct, However, it was sub
sequently learned that tho Now York
authorities had notified North Platto
officials of their action.
Last Friday evening at 4 o'clock a
firo alarm was turned in and tho depart
ment quickly responded. There was no
conflagration, tho object of the alarm
fire-fighting capacity of the waterworks.
In remarkably short time six serviceable
firo streams wcro being thrown. Tho
test was continued for two hours and
with excellent results. To tho fair
minded citizen the capacity of tho plant
has not been questioned. It has only
bceu a matter of promptly having suffi
cient steam pressure readily obtainable
to operate iho pumps at something
approximating their capacity. It would
bo absurd to supposo that the water
works company could not now comply
with its contract after the pumping
capacity of the plant has been doubled.
With an engineer who thoroughly under
stands his business now stationed in tho
works at all times, with orders to not bo
too economical in tho use of fuel, our
people can rest assured that they havo
as good a firo protection as is afforded
anvwhoro in towns tho size of North
Last Sunday morning Fred Sandall
was brought to this city from tho hospi
tal at Omaha where for several weeks hp.
had been undergoing medical treatment.
Tho physicians there in attendance pro
nounced his discaso as cancer of the
stomach, the same ailment which caused
tho death of J. L. McAllister. As in tho
case of tho latter the sufferer was noti
fied of tho hopelessness of his recovery.
On Tuesday afternoon at about 4 o'clock
tho victim succumbed to tho inevitable.
Tho deceased was born in Brakanbol.
Sweden, June 28th, 1861, and came tc
North Platto in 1S82. For several years
ho had been in the service of the Union
Pacific railway company, and was well
liked by his fellow employees. Ho was
married to Miss Edith Linborg in this
citv in 1SS9. Two children are the fruits
of this union. The deceased was a mem
ber of tho A. O. U. W. under which
organization tho funeral services will be
conducted to-morrow afternoon from the
Lutheran church. By his death tho
community looses a good citizen and the
family a loving husband and father.
Peaco to his ashes.
Tho B. of R. T. ball given by the
members of Platto River lodge No. 29
last Friday night was a brilliant success
in every sense of tho word. For several
weeks the members havo been making
preparations for the event which was
originally set for tho 22d inst, but as
that date falls within tho midst of the
lenten season, when piously disposed
people are accustomed to refrain from
wordly pleasures and devote themselves
to a season of penance and prayer, the
date was changed. The hall was more
beautifully decorated than it has ever
been before, the crowd present was just
sufficiently numerous for every one to
havo ample opportunity for thorough
enjoyment, and the music was excep
tionally fine. This last was a special
feature of tho programme that
was well appreciated by all. Prof. Bart-
ling's orchestra, of Grand Island, con
sisting of himself, B. J. Rogers, Samuel
Bevier, Henry Falldorf, Fritz and Henry
Becker, Doby, Frank Nusz, Prof.
Tschauder and Dick Niefeldt rendered a
musical programme prior to the com
mencement of dancing which has never
been surpassed by an amateur organiza
tion in this city. Taken as a whole the
members of the order gave an evening's
pleasure nto their friends which was
highly appreciated, and a repetition of
which will be demanded next year by a
pleasure loving public.
Two of the 1894 model of bicycles
were received in this city on Tuesday of
It is said that Bob Rannie has pur
chased the tinners' tools that belonged to
Scott Keith and will shortly open a re
pair shop in this city,
Mrs. H. F. Clark, of the Third ward,
has been seriously ill for several days;
so much so that the constant attendance
of watchers is necessary.
Gus Huffman started for New York
City Tuesday morning to help Post
master Wood identify the supposed
postoffice robber. This will be quite a
pleasant outing at Uncle Sam's expense.
Mesdames Virginia Davis and Georgia
Walker leave Saturday morning for
Atlanta, Georgia, to make an extended
visit with relatives and friends in that
Mrs. C. F. Iddings entertained tho
lady members of the local chapter of the
Eastern Star yesterday afternoon. The
series of social gatherings instituted by
this lodge might be followed by other
orders in which the ladies are interested.
I have a $150 Columbia Bicycle,
second-hand but almost as good as new,
that I will sell for $65 cash or $75 on
monthly payments. I also havo one of
the Derby Mfg. Co's $150 wheels that I
will soil for $75 cash or $85 monthly pay
ments. 6. M. Newtont
District court for Lincoln county
convened in this city on Monday of this
week and has been grinding steadily
along ever since. The first jury case
called was that of Jas. Worland vs. H.
Schuff, and arose over the salo of an
account by tho defendmt to a foreign
collection agency. Tho amount of
damage claimed was $200 and costs of
suit Tho taking of ovidenco began yes
The following is tho statistical state
ment of the Y. M. C. A. for tho month of
January: Now members, 5; members
removed or withdrawn, 50; total to date,
during year, 342; present membership,
342; number of visits of secretary to
shops, yards, etc., 40; to sick and injured
3; letters written in rooms, 143; books
drawn from library, 341; number of
baths, 367: papers distributed on line,
432; conversions, 4; total number of visits !
to rooms, 2891; average per week day,
99; average per Sanday, 53; total attend
ance Sunday meetings, 466; average, 117;
average at trainiug class, 5. E. F. R.
Tho revival meetings conducted by
Evangelist Nathan at Keith's hall aro
still in progress, but will close, we bo
liove, at tho end of this week. Very
successful havo the meetings proven in
snatching souls from the burning, tho
number of persons who havo stood up
for prayer and publicly renounced satan
numbering 160 up to last evening. If
one-half or one-third of this number
remain firm in tho good cause and we
trust they all will Mr. Nathan has cer
tainly performed a great and good work
for North Platte. Considerable talk was
created the latter part of tho week by
some allusions Mr. Nathan had made iu
regard to dancing and which reflected
discreditably to a very popular and most
estimable young lady of the city who
for several months past has been con
ducting ajdancing class. For this un-
seemly language rax. iarnun ls-jusuy
entitled to censure, and ho has certainly
received it. In truth if ho mado tho
remarks with which ho is credited ho
should make a public apology to tho
young lady. We have no reason to doubt
tho evangelist's sincerity of purpose, in
fact do not, but there is a certain tingo
of sensationalism in his sermons or
addresses which ho should divorce from
them. Sensational sermons may bo
appreciated by a small part of a large
audience, but on the whole they aro
productive of very little good. That
such sermons do not have a lasting effect
is proved in the case of Sam Jones, Sam
Small and others, who no longer draw
tho audiences they did formerly. Wo
uudorstaud soveral inquisitive individ
uals havo announced their intention of
looking up Mr. Nathan's antecedents,
but this will probably not result to the
evangelist's disadvantage. Sin-hardened
as ho is, tho editor of The Tribune is
glad to see this revival successful, and
would in no way retard its movement by
slurring Mr. Nathau and tho earnest
christians of the city who havo so nobly
aided him in the work.
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Ve have nice line of novelties and staple goods in Tew
elry and Silverware. Perhapssome- of your friends are
.- -si- : . ,
going to be married pr will have a. birthday soon. If so
it would be nice of yoitjtosremember them with a pretty
little souvenir. - J --- ff V
CLINTON,1 The Jeweler.
(U.P. Watch JlxamineT.)
THIRD WARD tOCAI. EVENTS.
City Council Proceedings.
The board of aldermen met Monday
night promptly on time with a full, at
tendance of tho membors. The body
did not at once proceed to business -but
waited a few minutes for the committee
on bills to prepare a report upon the bill
for city grading and teaming. In this
claim an error of $25.17, an overcharge
against the city, was discovered.
Under the head of communications a
protest against the passago of the pro
posed ordinance ordering the removal of
the street signs, frame awnings, etc., was
Tho city attorney was not called upon
for his report upon the matter of obtain
ing tho right of .way for a road at tho
west part of the city.
The same gentleman reported that he
was not ablo to f ramo an ordinance rel
ative to tho repairing of sidewalks that
would more fully cover tho caso than
ordinance No. 16 as that went fully as
far as the stato laws would permit.
Upon motion tho above .ordinance was
ordered republished and tho street com
missioner ordered to rigidly enforce tho
Tho draft of tho ordinanco as prepared
by the city attorney raising tho orcupaJee
iDr. N. McGabo professionally visited
Brady Island last Sunday.
Sam Urbach was visiting friends in
thjs city the first of tho week.
- Mrs. Guy Laing left Monday morning
for a brief visit with Omaha friends.
Fred Both and wife visited friends in
Grand Island a day or two last week.
Mrs. W. M. Baskin is this week visit
ing her parents in Buchanan precinct.
Attorney Beelor, of Wallace, was be
fore the district court this week on legal
Mrs. Geo. W. Dillard leaves this week
for a visit with friends in North Bend,
E. Gerqt, reprcsensing a Detroit tobac
co company, was in the city the first of
this week working up business in his
Earl J. Newton, late of Omaha, was in
the city tho first of the week on route to
New Mexico, where be will make his
Tom Daly, who is now a resident of
Bloomington, 111., was in in town on
cosiness a day or two the latter part of
COrVLECTED BY ALIBI
Chas. Yost is spending a few days in
Kearney with his sister.
Chas. Wiberg during his loisuro timo
is making an elegant wardrobo iu his
John Day says a match factory should
bo made an acquisition to the business of
tho north sido.
Miss Marie Oltman was home with her
mother only a few days last week at tho
close of a term of school and on Monday
of this week sho began another term
north of Brady Island.
Mrs. Mary Huntley, who has boon liv
ing in F. Peale's house died suddenly
last Friday morning at 8 o'clock. She
had not boon sick, and had done a largo
washing tho day before. Her husband,
who was hauling hay, was called at once,
and tho doctors who were also summoned
pronounced the woman dead. Some
doubt existed in the minds of tho hus
band and others as to whother she were
dead or had gone into a trance. Her
body was placed on a lounge and the
room was kept warm; but yesterday
morning those who had any doubts at
all became satisfied that there was no
life in the body. The suddenness of the
death caused suspicious rumors of foul
play to be set afloat and sheriff Miller
held a coroner's inquest. There was a
post mortem examination mado and the
physicians testified before tho jury that
Mrs. Huntley came to her death by rea
son of dropsy of the heart, a clot of blood
being found in one of tho chambers of
the heart There have been many cases
reported of people being buried alive. It
was the wish of tho husband and parents
as well as friends of the deceased, that
the body be kept until all doubt was re
moved. The house being easy of access
there were many visitors, but none could
suggest anything that would restore life.
Mrs. Huntley vas a young woman, not
yet eighteen years of age, and leaves a
husband and a three-months' old babe.
She was buried in the North Platte cem
etery, Rev. David Z. Foulkbf the Luth
eran church holding services at the resi
dence. The grief-stricken husband and
parents have the sympathy of many
tion tax upon saloon keepers to $500 per
year and that of druggists to .$50 per
annum was read and protests against the
same by tho liquor moa were heard.
Under tho rulos tho ordinanco was laid
over until tho noxt regular meeting.
The ordinanco providing for the re
moval of framp awnings and other such
bric-a-brac was road and under the rules
wont over until tho next meeting.
Tho question of attempting to colloct
the delinquent poll and personal tax was
theU briefly discussed.
The bill of A. D. Orr, deputy county
treasurer, for expunging the amount ots
the municipal levy for tho payment of
tho electric light bonds from tho tax list
was read, and the councilmen remember
ing that the' had not been required t&
pay anything for putting said amounton
the tax rolls did not seem disposed to be
in a hurry about paying for its removal,
henco on motion it was referred to the
Alderman I'ldings favored tho begin
ning by tho chief of police of a crusade
against the canines in tho city.
Somo light and jocund conversation
was indulged in relative to tho test last
week of the city water supply.
A few bills weio then read and ap
proved after which on motion the coun
Editor Tribune: Of course compari
sons aro odious, but will you kindly give
space for tho following:
was mado for man; and not rnatfSbr'tb
Sabbath." Seo the Gospel according to"
a converted Jew by tho name of Mark,
"And a certain ruler asked him, ssy;
ing, good Master, what shall I do lo
inherit eternal life?" '-
"And Jesus said unto him, why callest
thou mo good, nono is good eaveone tbat
'Thou kcowest tho commandments:
Do not commit adultery; do not kill; do
not steal; do net bear false witness;
honor thy father and thy mother." See
Gospel accordiuc to. a converted Jew
named Luke, XVIII, 18-20.
"Chanty sufferoth long and is kmd
charity envieth not; charitb vauneth
not itself, is not puffed up." Seo first
letter to tho Corinthian Christians,
XIII, i, writton by a converted Jew
"If we say that wo havo no sin, .we
deceivo ourselves 'and the truth is not in
us." Seo tho first general letter to,
christians, I, 8, written by a converted
Jew named John.
"Men who will play cards, will lie and
"Little children who attend dancing'
school aro oa tho road to hell."
"The young woman who teaches them
is conducting tliem to tho door." Tne
Gospel according to a converted -Jcw,
(for revenue) said to be named Nathan
iho scriptural denunciations of forni
cation, adultery, lying, slandering, steal
ing and all kinds of dishonesty an
cloanness are found from beginninjf;itb,
end, but nowhere do wo find any mestfci
of the offences referred to and which ar
so nornuio 10 mo samanites, except'
Prof. Carl Weiland, latoof Sidney, and
well known to many North Platte people,
is now conducting an orchestra in Ft.
Willis Record, living near Paxton, and
a member of ex-president Harrison's old
regiment in tho late war, wes in tho city
Mrs. B. L. Robinson received a tele
gram this morning announcing tho death
of her father at Beatrice. Mr. and Mrs.
Robmson will probably leave for that
3&s..JvC. Ferguson and Miss Marie
Dqwning camo in from Fremont last
night-and will visit North Platte friends
for a'week or so.
Attorney Gantt went to Denver Sun-
day night to assist in arguing the motion
of the receivers of tho Union Pacific for
a restraining ordor to prevent the em
ployees from striking.
JJ H. Purdy, of Pittsburg, Pa., general
manager of too American watorworKs
Co , was in the city tho first of tho week
looking, ovor tho company's property
Postmaster Wood left for the cast on
train No. 2 Tuesday morning for tho
purpose of identifying tho follow arrested
by postoffice inspector McLaughlin in
New York City with a large number of
postage stamps in his possession.
Shop and Road Notes.
Chris Sawyer, hostler at Sterling, Col.,
21 went into the "back" shop the
tho week to receive somo needed
aUU i -J lULUIUUtUU HUUUllUiO uovu
jty the company ice-cutters near Sidney
were roturned this week.
S-Harry Reece has quit tho night switch
engine and is now firing tho 629 in road
service for Wm. Dolsou.
James Manning, division master mc-
ohanic, spent Tuesday in lookinc after
the company'o affairs in this city.
"Railroad magnet" is good for partic-
aiars see an alleged editorial in an alleged
newspaper of this city last week.
Conductor Andy Walsh brought his
tittle daughter down from Cheyenne
Tuesday to take in the sights of North
Engine 807 camo out of tho "back"
$bop the first of tho week and Farring-
r.fcnncKDevine "limbered her up" on
i Al Johnson, a former conductor out of
this city but lately employed on tho B.
& M. at McCook, was visiting frionds in
or two instances where dancing is'iaai
tioned as a religious ceremony.
. 5 .;
Resolution:: of Respect. SsB
Whereas, It has pleased our heavenlx
Father to visit with a sad affliction buF
esieemou sisicr aiary iMowman, oy caH
ing avay hor beloved father,
Resolved, That we as members of Pride
of Nebraska Hive No. 1, extend to her;
our heartfelt sympathy in her sore affiic
Resolved, That a copy of these reset
tions be spread on tho records or
Hive, and a copy be sent to tho be:
Ida M. Takkington,
Mary H. Clark , I Co
List of letters remaining uncall
in the post office at North Platte,
for tho weekending February 7,.
Brown, I H Grady, ED
Lord, Harry C '
Burk, Catherine London, Lau?
Tulev, Miss Annie
One package addressed E Franl
for postage H J Miles.. Livu
Montana; Miss Maggie Wright,'
ton, Mich. f
Persons calling for above will ple
"advertised." C.L.WobDi Posti
Something less thai a
men and boys indulged in a huat 'fi
day for the sly and sneaking coyote)
of this city. The death rate
great upon that day for th vitt
chicken-thiof:f in fact nothing
than the nimble footed vjackacav
Shiloh's Cnre. the Great. Cofpti
firnnD Cure, is for sale Hiy US. ' Je
size contains twepty-five doses, cmtfl
Children love it. JMortn jfiatteJ
this city this week.
i&It is now stated that M. K. Barnum
? 1 1 i i , ai
.wm noii muKO any cnange irom mis 10
an eastern road. This cives ceneral
'-.... ... . .
ausiaciion to tno employees nere.
Jack Thompson, captain of tho Sidney
I Jwitch engine has taken a lay-off and
rfono to Iowa on a brief visit. John
cWilliatns takes his place at Sidney
ring his absence.
idneyon Tuesday night to act as host-
r thus-relieving C. F. Davis who comes
ick to this city and goes on a passenger
njon the Second district.
vTom Terry, erstwhile a knight of the
rottlo between this city and Grand
JJpjIahd. but more recently rusticating
tfbeneath bis peanut vino and cornstalk
-ia Kansas was calling upon his friends
fcere tho first, of this week.
Some complaint is boing mad9 over
e quality of coal that is sometimes
rnished nassencer entrincs. In order
te make tho fly runs that aro sometimes
Required it is necessary to "keep her
" and in order to do so it is necessary
huvo good coal.
Engines 821 and 827 went into the
ichine shop the first of the week, the
rraer to receive a new fire-box and a
meral overhauling, while the latter is
get some light repairs. Langdon and
;rey have been assigned the 683 while
821 is being overhauled.
n Tuesday morning while coming
i on a stock train conductor Jackson
veaed a broken rail near Suther-
I, and dropped off '-my John" to go
:k and flag No. i. Tho latter was
inland what might have been a
lgerous accident was averted. It is
i that about eighteen inches of the
was broken off and yet the entire
ight train safely passed over.
copy of the new schedule of pay for
inemen, to take effect March 1st, was
ived here this week. Under its pro-
lion the wage rate on the First and
nd districts is increased a few cents.
the Third district they remain sta-
tary, while on the Fourth the cut is
'ht and from thence westward it is
mh more radical. It is thought the
iriation raising on some and reducing
'other districts is for the purpose or
'eeeating a division among the men. If
lis is true it will scarcely accompnan
Aaother Water Way.
Speaking of an irrigation ditch run
ning down the Platte valley from this
city to Kearney, the Gothenburg Inde
pendent says: If such a prcject was
carried out, the sand hills ljing six miles
west of here and extending to North
Platte would be one of the greatest graz
iug sections in the west. Hundreds of
beautiful lakes would be formed, and
many of them could be used as supply
lakes for storing water in dry times.
The country in general would take on a
new and thriving appearance, and
thousands of acres of land that is today
worthless, if planted to alfalfa and irri
gated would be very valuable It would
be transformed into a rich grazing dis
trict, where herds of cattle and flocks of
sheep would roam at leisure, drinking
water from the pleasant lakes and feed-
ing upon the luxuriant grasses, wnere
today it is a barren waste, and the home
of the soap root and cactus.
The government, owning one-half of
this land, as well as the speculators who
own the balance and bought it for a song
and taxes, should make liberal donations
to a company that would complete such
an enterprise, as the value of their lands
would be greatly increased. While other
Btates are taking worthless desert and
mountainous lands, and by turning upon
it plenty of water taken from artificial
channels or canals fed from nature's own
sources, they havo made tho land worth
from 501o $500 per acre. Why can we
not do tho same?
Two hundred and fifty thousand dol
lars economically spent in building an
irngatirg canal through Lincoln, Daw
son and Buffalo counties would add
millions to its wealth each year. With
God's sunshine to warm mother earth
and the energy of the people living hero
this section of tho Platte valley would
be transformed into one of the richest
agricultural and manufacturing districts
in the world.
Report or the Teachers Meeting
The teachers' meeting held at Suther
land on last Saturday, Feb. 3d, was well
attended by the teachers of the west and
central part of Lincoln county. The
teachers present were as follows repre
senting tho districts they teach in:
The north 6ide teachers, district No,
61, Miss Farnam; No. 95, Mr. Farnam;
No. 36, Miss Ross. Teachers between
the rivers: District No. 31, Miss Votaw;
No. 37, Miss McDowell; No. 33, Mr.
Votaw; No. 11, Miss Ware; No. 1, Miss
Anna McNamara, Teachers on tho
south side: District No. It , Mr. btovens;
No. 19, Misses Shoup and Hoover; No.
53, Miss Mower; No. 27, Mr. Hinkloy;
No. 17, Miss Seyemour; No. ii, Miss
Mills; No. 52, Miss Johnson; No. 38, Mr.
McGrath. This mado 17 teachers
The meeting was called to order by
the county superintendent; the exercises
were opened by Miss Hosford, second a
general discussion on "What wo havo
read this year;" a paper by Mr. Mc
Grath on school disciplino. The ques
tion box on history and civil government
of Nebraska being omited until after
noon. Tho afternoon exercises began
with the question box on history and
civil government of Nebraska, followed
by a vocal solo by Mrs. Brown; third, a
di?c,ussion on, analytical methods of
teaching arithmetic, led by Mr. Stevens,
followed by Mr. Votaw and others;
fourth, a duet by Mrs. Holtrv and Mr?.
Yates; fifth, a paper by Miss Ware on
educational value of the world's fair;
six, a vocal solo by Miss Helen Neilson,
followed by a few remarks from Miss
Hosford and teachers; seventh, a vocal
solo by Frank Thompson. Mr. Hinkley
was appointed secretary for the meeting,
The teachers voted that Miss Hosford,
Mr. Hinkley and Mrs. Tallmadge mako
a report to tho different papers
A vote of thanks was tendered to tho
church board of Sutherland, tho meeting
then being closed. Tho visitors present
were seventy-five, making a total of
Tho meeting was well enjoved by all.
The county superintendent is a vory
enthuastic lady in educational advan
tages, and teachers should improve every
opportunity while onjoving such ad
The tortures of dyspepsia, tho suffer
ings of scrofula, the agonizing itch and
pain of salt rheum, tho disagreeable
symptoms of catarrh, are removed by
Hood's Pills are tho best after dinner
pills, nssist digestion, prevent constip
Geo. Dugan and E. A. Crosby were
North Platto visitors Friday.
W. W. Yates has put now shelving in
tho east sido of his store building and
has enlarged his stock of groceries till
now ho has ono of the neatest places in
Geo. McLaughlin, who has beon sick
all winter, was on our streets Friday and
is on the rapid road to recovery.
Chas. Richards, has purchased the
furniture and fixtures of tho saloon and
expects to take possession as soon as the
commissioners givo him tho necessary
papers for running the business.
Lawyer Wilcox took in tho sights of
this villago on Thursday.
Chas. Richards was attending to busi
ness at tho county seat on Saturday.
The dance Friday evening was well
patronized and our young folks report a
vere pleasant time.
Frank Kiramel is visiting friends at
North Bend. Ho expects to return west
in time to put in a big crop.
The teachers' meeting Saturday was
well atterded and everything passed off
in a satisfactory manner. Music was
furnished by the ladies of Sutherland.
J. W. Babbitt is building a meat mar
ket in the west end of town.
J. E. McGrath moved back to his
homestead near Elsie on Monday.
Jud Hostetter started east on a busi
ness trip the first of the week.
The North river ditch contemplated
by Messrs. Conway, Neilson and Hunter
will take the water from tho river at
Aufdengarten's ranch in Keith county,
and water the bottom land, from thence
east to the old ditch north of Suther
land. Let her come. Sutherland's
future is now assured if an occasional
shower don't come this way.
What a Prominent Insurance Man Says
IT. M. Blossom, senior member of H
M. Blossom & Co., 2J7 N. 3d St.. St
Loul3, writes: I had been left with a
very distressing cough, the result of
influenza, which nothing seemed to re
lieve, until I took Ballard's Iloreliound
Syrup. One bottle completely cured me.
I sent one bottl to my sister, who had a
sevpre coiinh, and she experienced im
mediate relief. I always reconimpnd
this syrup to my friends.
John Cranston, 908 Hampshire street,
Quincy. Illinois, writes: I have found
BallanT Jlorehound Syrup superior to
any other cough medicine I hnve ever
known. It ue.ver disappoints. Price 50c.
Sold by A. F. Streitz. 2-1
Programme of teachers' meeting to be
held at Brady Island, Feb. 10th, at 1:30
Joint discussion, Mr. Dolan and Wafer.
Discussion onened bv Miss Hanrahan
Paner. "School Government." Miss
Discussion opened by Miss DeWolf.
Paper, "School Punishment," Mr.
Discussion opened by Miss Elder.
Paper, "School Attendance," Mies Mc
Collough. An address by County Supt. Miss
A query box. Questions upon history
and civil government of Nebrask, to
which all are invited to contribute.
All natrons and those interested in
cause of education are invited.
Frank A. Brannick.
Lillian B. Elder.
February 6th, 1894.
C. S. Trovillo is putting in his time as
a juror at the county "hub" these days.
G. R. Hammond and another gentle
man from the county seat passed down
the grade Friday afternoon.
Quite a number of small children are
suffering more or less from bad colds in
thiB vicinity at present
V. H. bullivan made a business trip
to Sutherland one day last week.
1. V. Zook and family visited his son
Frank Saturday, who is on the sick list
at JNorth Platte.
W. F. Gibbons will remain on the W.
E. Park's farm the coming year.
We understand that the regular bun-
day services will be held at the Hershey
hall in the future instead of at the Sisson
school house as heretofore.
Mrs. G. E. Sullivan purchased, three
bronze hen turkeys of Mrs. John Boyer,
of North Platte, recently for which Bhe
paid $2.00 each. She also purchased a
gobbler of H. Otten a few days since,
paying S2.o0 for the same.
a. b lintton made a trip down to tue
Gtirtield table on Monday, returning today.
N. B. Spurrier has sold a number of
hogs during tho last few months and is
now feeding another fine lot for the
A broncho cart and book agent com
bined were trying "to do" this part of
the county last week, but met with poor
Wo heard sometimo sinco that Ed.
Gibbons had given up his trip to Omaha
and was thinking strongly of taking a
peep at California in the not far distant
T. C. Brown did not return to the
ranch last week as wo stated but did the
first of this week.
The davs aro fretting perceptibly
longer and tho coal oil bill is on tho
decreiise in consequonco thereof.
jNumerous grangers in this section are
hauling up hay and making other ar
rangements to" begin spring s work as
soon as the ground will permit.
A revival of two weeks duration closed
at Hershey on Wednesdoy evening, last
week. It was tho cause of bringing
many souls to rcpontanco.
Andrew Anderson, who has been
working on tho section at this place the
past year, has quit the same and expects
to move to tho county capital in tho near
J. H. Gifiin, a leading merchant of
Brady Island, who has been operating a
branch storo at Hershey most of tho timo
sinco tho location of said hamlet, will
pull up and leave there about the first
of tho coming month.
A carload of fino "porkers" were de
livered at .North Platte from this im
mediate vicinity last week. 84.60 per
hundred pounds was the price paid for
the most of them.
It is reported by the beet of authority
that tho future prospects for the Her
shey town site company uader its pres
ent management is MCvary ma UcriBg:
Richard Brown, we are sorry to Bote,
has been quite poorly of late.
Three carloads or cinders were- un
loaded at this station Friday last to be
used in repairing tho side-track.
Adams and Simmons are now erecting
another new residence on section 16,
Hinman precinct, to be occupwd by Mr
The Ball and Vaughn residences are
ready for tho msons and will be plas
tered as soon as the weather will permit
A. B. Goodwin and F. L. Terry are
hauling lumber down upon section 16 in
Hinmon precinct, to be used in the erec
tion of the now ditch residences on said
section. The lumber was recently
shipped down from Colorado by the ditch
F. H. Thompson has returned to his
former homo at Castle Rock, Col., and
his successor, who is a gentleman from
the irrigated regions in Colorado, whose
name we have not learned as yet, has
been installed as superintendent of the
ISorth Platto land and water company,
foreman JricKsons mother who is
quite an old lady, and resides with him
in tho section house at this place is
seriously ill at present
We were informed the other dayby good
authority that both Sutherland and Her
shey were expecting to have a new depot
in tho near future and that they were to
bo just alike in evory respect so that no
hard feelings could exist between the
two places. In this respect "time will
D. B. Brown and mother visited the
Platto on business tho latter part of the
The danco that was announced to take
place at a certain residence down on the
ditch on Friday evening last, is, wo are
told, postponed indefinitely for some un
G. E. Sullivan transacted business at
tho county metropolis on Saturday of
A numbor of mon, boys and dogs are
indulging in a wolf hunt in this part of
tho valley to-day. What the outcome
will bo we are unable to state, but hope
that much good will be derived there
from. J. W. Liles is fattening between eighty
and ninety head of hogs which will bring
him a "right smart" sum of money if the
present prices prevail at the time they
are ready for market
In accordance with the old adage, wo
may expect six weeks of howling winter
yet, for tho ground hog could very easily
behold his shadow as he awakened from
his peaceful slrmbers and emerged from
his "earthly tabernacle" to bask in the
bright sun light on Friday morning last,
after which he returned for a sweot re
pose of six weeks' duration.
On Friday evening last while Mr. and
Mrs. John Toillion and family were
quietly seated around the glowing grate,
a number of their friends marched in
upon them, completely taking them by
surprise, and before they had fully re
covered from the shock some were en
joying themselves with games of various
kinds, while others were "tripping the
light fantastic" to good music, which
was continued until about eleven o'clock
when dishes containing "lacteal fluid"
and "tho staff of life" were passed around
of which all partook heartily, after which
all repared to their respective homes,
having enjoyed a pleasant evening. It
was n genuine surprise without a doubt
and thoroughly enjoyed by not only the
guests but by Mr and Mrs. Toillion also,
who did all in their power, under the
circumstances, to make the evening a
pleasant one for all present. Pat.
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This wonderful Liniment is known
from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and from
the Lakes to the Gnlf. It is' the most
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HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
Paid For Country Produce.
Advertisements under this head will be
charged 1 cent per word each insertion,
but nothing accepted ror less tnan iucis
Tho partnership heretofore exietisg
between G. C. Campbell and Arthur
McNamara doing a general insurance
husinpfts nnrtar t.hft firn name of G C.
Campbell fe Co., has this day been dis
solved by mutual consent.
North Platte, JNeb., Jan. juxn, J.oi.
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CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
at theorurinal North Side Grocery
Store. Also Feed of all kinds and Fresh
Country Produce. Give me a call.
fTHE ORIGINAL NORTH SIDE
L Grocery Store is the place to bur
groceries cheap. I take special pains
to keep nice fresh country produce ana
will Jtot sell anything in this lino unless
cW recommend it
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sm Exclusively to
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Use North Platte patent Hour.
Every sack guaranteed. If not satisfac
tory in evory instance money will be
refunded, r or sale Dy all dealers.
Hershey & Co's.
Dr. Salisbury, the painless dentist,
may be found at Dr. Longley's office oa.
the third Monday and the following
Tuesday of each month, and will extend
his visit as much longer as busine
Use North Platte patent flour.
Every sack guaranteed. If not satisfac
tory in every instance money will be
refunded. For sale by all dealers.
SCHMALZRIED DOES NOT HAVE
any Nebraska tobacco cigars, but he
does have some of the best in the city;
also a full line of manufactured tobacco,
and smokers' articles.
Havo you houses for rent? If so, list
them with T. C. Patterson and you will
Use North Platto patent sour.
Tlverv fKinlr iiinrantfW? Tf nnt. citufut.
tory in every instance money will be
Ji 3 in . 1 11 t 1
reiuuueuv xur Hue oy mi aeaten. .
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A HOME FOR SALE!
A six-room house, newly papered aad
painted; city water in house. Full lot.
Located in pleasant part of city. Will
bo sold at a bargain. For particulars
apply at this office. 1 tf
In the matter of the estate of George A. New
Notice l hereby fjiren that the creditors of mid
deceased will meet the administrator of said Es
tate before me. County Judge of Lincoln coanty,
Nebraska, in the county court room in said cesaty
on the 7th day of June, 1894, on the 7th day oC
July, 18M, and on the 7th day of August, 18M. at
one o'clock p. m. each day for the purpose of pre
senUnj; their claims for examination, adjustment
and allowance. Six months are allowed for credi
tors to present their claims, and one year for tt
administrator to settle said estate from the 71k
day of February, 1891, This notice will be pub
lished in the N'omin Pierre Tribune newspaper
for four weeks successively, on and after Febru
ary 7tb, 1891. JAMES M. RAY,
J. W. LeMASTERS.
Makes More '
Than any other Flour
Agents for Western Nebraska.
Ask your grocer to buy it ofisj.
Minnesota Flour, take no otfier.V?
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