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THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE: TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 89, 1895.
Consumers ofchewing tobacco who
are willing to pay a little more lkn
tk price ckraed for the ordinar
trade tobaccos, will find io:
brand superior to all otta
BEWARE OF IMITATSO!
Nothing has ever been produced to
equal or compare with Humphreys'
Witch Easol Oil as a curative and
healing ArpucATibs. It has been
used 40 years and always affords relief
and always gives satisfaction.
It Cures Piles or Hemorrhoids, External
or Internal, Mind o Weeding Itching and
JJurning; Craiki or Fissures ami Fistulas.
Relief immediate 1 lire certain.
It Cures I?t R vs, Scalds and Ulceration and
Contraction 10m Bums. Relief instant.
It Cures Torn, Cut and Lacerated
Wounds and l!rui?c.
It Cures Boils, Hot Tumorf, Ulcers, Old
Sores, Itching Eruptions, Scurfy or Scald
Head. It is Infallible.
It Cures Imiamkd or Caked IIreasts
and Sore Nipple. It is invaluable.
It Cures Salt Riiixm, Tetters, Scurfy
Eruption'., Chapped Hands. Fever Blisters,
Sore I.ip or Nostrils, Corns and Bunions,
Sore and Chafed Feet, Stings of Insects.
Three Sizes 251- 50c. and $1.00.
Hold by I)msEi5t5.or sent post-paid on receiptofprieo.
Ultl-Hltl IV SED. 10.. 1 11 J. IIS Nllll.m St., ew lork.
WITCH HAZEL OIL
n"K "tfi .i.trcii to thoswor
feai Hi:"5 V taaSir-!i.iof Uicl.rmtu-lirinuy Or
1 ' Jan-,, jcqcrcs an than; of diet or
S'" icictalo bo tAca lutcis-llr. When
H S3 if a uiej
AS A PREVENTIVE
by cMiersex itli irapesiil.lctocor.trict
anv tnctt:I Sita. 1'Ut in th cue of
tnoec aire lr t .ro.Tus.TMiT Arrucnn
23 yu tea a cur?. Price Sjymiil, postajo pak ,
ihtH fyi per Usr, &r C l-.cs lor ;.
Kol.l bv A. F. Strt'itz, Druggist, North
vn will pay the above reward fo. any case of
X.iver Complaint D3'.-pensia, sick Headache In
dinestion Constipation or Costivcness wc cannot
cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pjlls, when
tlic directions are strictly complied with. They
are purely Vegetable, and never fail to give sat
isfaction. iitrarrCoated. Large baxes, 25 cents.
Beware of counterfeits and imitations. Thesren
uiiw inauulactured oulv by THE JOiiN C. WEST
COMPANY. CHICAGO, ILL.
Sold bv A. F. Streitz, Druggist, North
Or. E. C. VVcs's Nc-ve and B a-n Trcstmc
is so'dtcii-r r ,iJTO written guiror ,pe. ''7 "uth
irej ampuls only, to cure Vic, ! Memory; Lo-s
.'itiu.l Nerve Power; Los-t Mc.ti1m.-I; y.5'i:i
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INFLAMATiON efti BLADDER. AND
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For Sain by A. F. Streiiz.
PjvlendiJ crrativo acem f cr J.VrTOU'! or Sic!c
,?jx?oial or pterjl Nenralcin: olo for Khou-
jwpsia. Ana'mio. .n'.idoi f;r Alcoholic
and other ucxes. Price, KJ.iSaailuUcitl.
TKH ARNOLD CHEMICAL CO.
1 51 S. 'western Avenue, CHICAGO.
Sold bv A F- Strcitz. Drppgist. North
SIIJP. STKVEXS WINS HEIt SUIT.
Srnsatinnal Inurnnce Ca at I.Inroln End
In a Verdict For Plaintiff.
Lincoln, Jan. 28. The jury in the
Stevens case in the federal court re
turned a verdicfc for the full amount
claimed by the plaintiffs, Mrs. George
D. Stevens and her daughter Maude.
The plaintiffs sued the Northwestern
Mutual for the amount of two policies
on the life of the missing Crete banker,
of $2,000 each, and the Bankers' Life
Insurance company for one policy of
$5,000. The suit was a sensational one,
the companies setting up that Stevens
was alive and hiding from his creditors.
Judge Dundy presided. The defendants
excepted to tho judge's charge and to
his permitting the jury to separate for
the night, and will app2al tho caso.
Ex-Treasurer Kifer Reimburses Wood
bury County For Shortages.
CRIMINAL ACTIONS STAND.
,ase Agxingt tlie Hoard af Supervisor!
Are Set tor Trial In February County
Sates Ten Thousand Dollars oy
Woman Plays Man Sixteen Year.
San Jose, Cal., Jan. 28. A sensation
has been created in the county jail by
the discovery that a prisoner booked as
Milton B. Matson was a woman. She
was arrested at Los Galoson a charge of county warrants issued to members o
issuing bogus checks, i; or about twe
years she conducted a hotel at Bev
Lomond and owed many debts there.
Sioux City, la., Jan. 28 The set
tlement that the county board of super
visors of Woodbury county have just ef
fected with tho citizens and taxpayers
committee marks the end of some of the
most bitterly contested litigations evei
instituted in court. About a year ago a
newspaper published an abstract o:
The discovery was made through a re
mittance from Englewood to Louise
Matson on the bank of British North
America while Matson was in jail hero,
these remittances having therefore been
paid to a bogus man on her indorsement.
The woman says she has masqueraded
the board of supervisors, all of which
were receipted for by someone or an
other of the members of the board. It
showed that members of the board in
three years' time had drawn something
like ?10j,000 from tho county road,
bridge, insane and poor funds and that
there was little to show for it in the
way of work done to county roads, etc.
Experts were engaged to go over the
as a man for 1G Years, but has committed : county books. It was found that the
German IMitor Killed.
Cincinnati, Jan. 28. A special an
nounced the death of an unidentified
minister, falling from a rrain near De
troit. The stranger has been identified
as Rev. Henry Liobhart, D. D. He wa
assistant editor of The Christian Apolo
gist with the late venerable Dr. Nast
from 1804 to 1872. Iu 1872 he became
the editor of The Hausund Herd, a Ger
man religions magazine, which position
lie has held ever since. Thn-i ho has
been edirorially connected with the
Western Book concern for 31 years. He
was born in Carlsruh, Germany, in 1S32
and came to America in 185-1.
,Tiu1k5 Caldwell Ortlers Property Sold.
St. Louis, Jan. 28. Judge Caldwell
has ordered the receivers of tho Lom
bard Investment company of Kansas
City, who filed their first accounting,
not to receive or disburse any money
from or to mortgagors after tho next tfC
days and instructed mortgagors to pay
money direct to owners or agents. A
countv had been svstematicallv robbed
of thousands of dollars and that fictioui
bills had been rendered.
Affidavits were prepared showing the
extent of tho irregularities and pre
pouted to tho court in support of nppli
cation for a temporary injunction to re
strain supervisors from placing tho debt
beyond repudiation by the sale of a bond
issue to fund $225,000 of the warrants,
among which were those in question
As soon as this injunction was secured
some of the countv officers became
frightened. Deputy Roberts suddenly
left the country and was finallv located
in Virginia. He was promised immuni
ty if he would come back and ho did so,
and told a startling tale. He recited the
particulars of the system by which it is
claimed the padded bills were got
through the board, bmts were insti
tuted against members of the board t!
impeach and remove them from office
Supervisor Strange was found guilty
and removed. Supervisor Hunting
when he heard the result of the Strange
suit resigned. Supervisors Adams and
Epps were also made defendants, but
decreo was mado for the sale of all the
assets of the company, the formality of J weakened and gave the attorneys of the
drawing up the decreo being referred tc
Judge Stiles, the master in chancery,
to be completed in GO days and a sale tc
take place within four months after that
l)e fliers Died Pcaecfully.
St. Pkteksbcimj, Jan. 2N. The imme
diate cause of the death of M. De Giers,
tho minister of foreign affairs, was an
gina pectoris, complicated by inflamma
tion of the lungs. His last hours were
peaceful. It is not likely that the death
of M. De Giers will involve any change
of policy, all of his probable successor
being in accord with tho czar in a desire
MU rtartells Get iv Vtmliet,
Mexico, Mo., Jan. 28. The jury in
the sensational Barteils-Marturg breach
of promise caso returned a verdict
awarding Miss Bartolls $3,000. She
sued Chris Marburg, who is a rich
fanner of Adrian county, for $10,000.
The defendant, since his association
with Miss Bartolls, has married.
.Striker Aeeept a Couiproniine.
Providence, Jan. 28. At a meeting
of the striking employes of the British
Hosiery company at Thornton the prop
osition of the manager that as a com
promise they accept a 10 per cent cut
with a guarantee of steady employment
initil July, was accepted and tho eight
weeks strike is ended.
Wraltliy Stockman Jlurdered.
Evanston, Wy., Jan. 28 Harvey
Booth, one of the wealthiest cattlemen
in Wyoming, wasi found murdered in
his stable. Ho has been in the stock
business in the Big Horn and Uintah
country for more than 20 years. The
motive was probably robbery. There is
Got llrr Still Through tho 1Ioum.
Denver, Jan. 28. The hous passed
the bill raising the ago of consent for
girls from 1(5 to 21. This bill was intro
duced by Mrs. Holly, representative
from Pueblo, who is receiving much
praise for iter successful efforts ill the
face of strong opposition.
KIkIiI Thousand Thrown Out.
Wii.Ki-SBAitsir, Pa.. Jan. 28. All the
collieries of the Wilkesbarre Coal com
pany will be idle during this week,
tiight thousand men will be without
employment. Superintendent Lowell
says the coal t rade was never known to,
be so dull.
He Fed Sott Coal to lilt IIog.
Elgin. Ills., Jan. 2 8. M. A. Eddy, a
farmer living near Sycamore, i-ead in
his farm paper that soft coal, ground
fine, was a good thing to mix with feed
for hogs. Ho tried it and has GO dead
Killed ly a Train.
Pittsuuro, Jan. 28 - John Snyder
and Bridget Murphy were run over and
killed at Coulterville by a Baltimore and
Ohio train while they were crossing tho
track. Thev were horriblv mangled.
One cent a dose.
It is cold on a guarantee by all drajc
gists. It curS3 J-i.oipient Consumption
and is tho best Cough and Croup Cure
uld by North Platte Pharmacy.
Ouail and Four Apples a Day.
Decatur. Ind., Jan. 28. A. J. French
of Linn Grove, this county, has begun a
o0 days' fast. He made a wager of $75
that he could subsist on a quail and
four apples a day for 30 days.
Kitz4iiumon Goe to Syracuse.
St. Louis, Jan. 8. Bob Fitzsim
mons has gone to Syracuse, X. Y., to
answer to the charge of killing Con
Riordan. His trial will occur about
King Alexander VWits Paris.
Paris. Jan. 28. King Alexander of
Servia his arrived here.
SIIILOH'S CURE is sold on a guar
antee. It cures lnsipient Consumption.
It is tho best Cough Cure. Only one
cent a dose. Twenty-five cts., 50 cts.
and SI. Sold bv North Platte Pharmacy.
We take pleasure in announcing that
after this date Park's Sure Cure will re
move all ases of rh-umatism, kidney
trouble or liver complaint from tho
user. It is to-day the onh medjeine that
is guaranteed to cure these diseases or
no pay. Park's Sure Cure is sold by the
North Platte Pharmacy.
prosecution valuable information to bo
used in prosecuting the other cases and
recovering the stolen monev. In the
meantime the supervisors started to re
taliate and announced Treasurer Kifer
had illegally withheld large sums of
money in the shape of fees of his offico
1 he board commenced a suit to recover
?25,000 from him and his bondsmen, whe
were members of the citizens' committee.
Of the warrants enjoined nearly $200.
000 worth were bonght by the Farmers'
Loan and Trust company of ihis city.
Finally a sifting committee went over
the warrants and by consent all but
about $100,000 of them were released
for the reason that the county had no
defense against them. The rest of the
warrants were held by tho sifting com
mit too and tho trust company com
menced two suits against the county,
one for $100,000 and one for $25,000, to
pnt tho warrants sold in judgment.
This made the county anxious for a set
tlement, as the cases promised to amass
a great amount of costs. The Farmers'
Loan and Trust company, tho citizens'
committee and the county board finally
got together and agreed to a stipulation
by which the trnsr company released
the county of $10,000 of warrants, pays
the costs in the courts and in turn has
released from the injunction all the war
rants it holds, with tho understanding
that they are to be bonded and in turn
dismiss tho suits it brought.
A settlement was made with Kifer by
which h completely reimburses tho
county for all shortages found on his
books. The cases aga'nst Kelly on tho
printing bill still stands and there is no
prospect of a settlement outside tho
courts. These cases arc the only ones,
of the civil actions that will stand. The
costs have bei-n enormous. The crimi- j
mil cases all stand, despite tho settle
ment of the civil suits, and besides it is
the intention to push them all. Cae
against Bevington and Rolerts are set
for trial Feb. 5 and G.
Thurston Cum to Portland.
Omaha. Jan. 2R. Judge John M.
Thurston, attorney for the Union Paci
fic receivers; Mrs. Thurston, Genera
John C. Cowin, sp-uial counsel for the
United States: Mrs. Cowin, Attorney
Winslow, S. Pierce of New York and
Freight Trailic Manager John A Mun-
roe, left for Portland to lie present at
the hearing, before Judge Gilbert, on
the application of the American Loan
and Trust company for a separate rer
ceiver for the Ogdeu Short Line and
Postoliiee Surak Tkiei" Arrested.
Lincoln, Jan. 28 Inspector Sinclair
arrested George Dodson, IS years of ago,
for robbing postoflloo boxes of letters.
Dodson had secured keys to bores 133-1,
325 and 81G, which had been left by
careless owners. He had cashed a check
for $10 drawn to the order of one Bur
ton, and a putollu-e order to J. V.
Wolfe, treasurer of the Populist centra!
pommitteo, for $13.
General Store It Closed.
West Point, Neb., Jan. 2S. The
general merchandise store of J L. Har:
man wan closed by virtue of a chattel
mortgage held by the First National
bank of West Point
Train Itohbcr Sentenced.
Muscatine, la., Jan. 28. Foster and
Brown, the Rock Island trainwreckeis,
have been sentenced, to 10 years in tho
State prison. They pleaded guilty.
Opposed to IlomW For Seed Grain.
Indianoea, Neb., Jan. 8. The senti
ment of the Populist county meeting
held here was against bonding tho coun
ty for seed and food.
There is 110 finer agricultural sec
tion in all this broad western coun
try tnan can be found in the vicinity
of the beautiful little town of
Wheatland. Wyoming; ninety-six
miles nortli of Cheyenne. Immense
crops, never failing supply of water,
rich land, and great agricultural
rpiiiiri'P. nnriiitirfiir tnrirm to hr
had for little money. Reached via'
the Union Pacific System.
E. L. Lomax.
Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Agent,
POrE tEO'S LATEST ENCYCLICAL
Document Sent to the American EpiscopaU
an Important One.
Washington, Jan. 28. Mgr. Satolli
tonight will make public the English
version of the long-expected pope's en
cyclical, ine rexc as made public in
Rome and briefly summarized by cable
13 tne original text so that the condensa
tion of it is very general and somewhat
vague. It is believed that the English
text to be made public tonight will show
the document to bo much more import
ant in specific questions dealt with than
the cable summary from the Latin
would indicate. It is understood, how
ever, that the encyclical will not be s3
strong as was expected in regard to Mgr.
Satolli and the American delegation. It
has been anticipated for mouths that
Pope Leo would take occasion iu this
document to greatly extend the powers
aud dignities of Mgri. Satolli, giving
supremo authority on disciplinary ques
tions and leaving no further doubt
ns to his being the central authority of
the church in thiscountry. While it is
believed there is the warmest com
meudatiou for the American delegation,
yet it is not all that churchmen had ex
pected, being rather of a general com
mendatory character.' It is said alsc
that contrary to published speculation
the American delegate and his functions
are not the great burden of the docu
ment. It is understood that the papal
delegation in Washington is explained
ns an aid to the hierarchy in tho United
States, made up of the cardinal aud
archbishops. The pope is said to give
expression to his beliefs and expectation
that the American delegation will le in
full sympathy -with tho aims and aspira
tions of the American hierarchv.
r. VON GOETZ,
The North Side Grocer,
GROCERIES, : FLOUR, : FEED,
PROVISIONS AND COUNTRY PRODUCE.
7 HZ P.-.OCTEfl C GAM3LE CO. Ci:4T!.
Prominent Emporiii .Man In Killed.
Emtoria, Kan., Jan. 28. Whilo
standing in tho drug store of Charles
Ryder W. T. Borton discharged one
chamber of a revolver into his breast,
producing death in a few moments. As
ho fell lie exclaimed: "I have killed
myself accidentally." Ho was one of the
best known and wealthiest real estate
dealers in Jhis part of the state and a
member of lone of the leading families.
He was also well known in Kansas City,
St. Louis, Chicago and other eastern
Mail Car Iturueil.
St. Louis, Jan. 28. The train from
Louisville arrived last night minus the
combination mail and baggage car. The
car caught fire about ;"0 miles east of St.
Louis from an overheated stove and was
entirely consumed. A nnniber of over
coats, belonging to the train crew, and
all of the baggage and mail were burned
except one registered letter mail pouch,
which was thrown out by Clerk Doluel.
The car was detached and abandoned.
Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for anv case of Catarrh that can
not be cured bv Hull's Catarrh Curo.
J. F. Chknkv Sc Co , Props., Toledo, O
Wo the undersigned, have known F,
I. Chenev for the last !;" vears. and be
Iievo him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and linancinllv
able to carrv out anv obligation made
by their firm
& Truav, Wholesale Druggists
Toledo, O. Waldmg, Kinnan x Marvin
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken intornalb
acting direetlv upon tho blood and
mucous surfaces of tl-o nvstom. Price
7o(, per bottlo. Sold by all Druggists
Claud i: Weingand.
Goal Oil, Gasoline,
Crude Petroleum -4nd
Coal Gas Tar.
Leave orders at Newton's Store
MiMOUrl Murderer Ilotpited.
Jefferson City, Mo., Jan. 28. Gov
omor Stone granted a respite to Henry
Kaiser and Jacob Heinze, who were
under senteu'ep to be hanged in St. Lonis
Jan. 31. Thvffespite is until Feb. 21.
This is the second time' these men have
boon given a new lease of life. Strong
efforts are being made to save them
from the gallows.
AltReld Their Choice.
St. Louis, Jan. 28. The statement is
made by oue of tlionioprojuiuent labor
leaders in the-United States that the po
sition of president.of jhoJJniversal La-
Dor union, wiucn is now in process 01 or
ganizatioii, would be tendered to Gov
ernor John P. AltgeldVithin tho next
Matthias JuttAlied in jnil atlndianapor
lis from taking rat poison.
One man was killed aud five others in
jured in a trolley car CuHisiou at Wilkes
Commnndcr-in-Chicf Lawler and staff
expect to attend every state encampment
held this year.
Alexander Polcander's legs were crushed
by falllnjr roek at an Albla, la., coal mine
and he will probably die.
An elevator owned by the Omaha Eleva
tor company burned at liarneston, Neb.
Loss, ?8.00'0: fully insured.
Samuel Burns, a Burlington railroad
engineer, was run over by his engine and
killed at Pacific Junction, la.
Sneaker Ferry and Senator Woodruff
have resigned from the Wyoming legisla
ture becan.-f their constituents appointed
a committee to lobby for a state college.
E. B. WARNER.
Sine of iirst-i'las. funeral suiinliet-
aittays in stock.
XORTI1 PLATTE, - XEBBKSKA.
-h-iiranh orders promptly attt'ixled to
KEUM & FRAZIEB,
HIK LATEST NEWS OF TKAT1E.
Chicago Rrain and l'rovisloiis.
Cltic.mo. Jan. 23. Wheat was w ivmw to
day. May opened higher, but immediately
lo.-t '-e on heavy selling on renewed gold ship
ments. There were liberal selling ord"rs and
Rartlctt-Frnzier sold f reclyfor French account,
At th decline Linn brokers, Baldwin -Farnnm
and oth'-rs were fair buyers, causing a miction
to the opening figures. Slay startd at 5"Jf gc.
declined to 52'k: and reacted to M'je.
Corn was dull and followed wheat in its fluc
tuation. May opened fc higher at -(."i'-jc,
touched 15lsC and re.icted to the opening
Oats were dull, following wh'-at and -Grn.
May opened unchanged at 29?s, touched 20,'. .jo
and re.vtod to 20' .,e.
1'rovWnns were dull, but slightly higher on
moderate hog receipt -t and ighvr price at tho
jar.U May pii-k started 10: higher .'itI0.?.'j
had sold to .'10.70. May bml sold att).75aud
May ribs at V,S7'i.
WHKAT January. 51'.,
CORN January, M'c;
OATS January. 2s',V
PORK January, t'M.W; May. 10.57'i.
LARD January. iUJ'.: May, ?.7().
RIBS January, -")-".": Mar, W-iOoo.r.i'e.
CASH Wheut. ai'v . eoni. 41V; oats." 2S.I1c
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago. Jan. 2S.-HOGS ReeeeipK 2:;.00Q
head: market firm and .Villic higher; trade
rather slow; Ik'ht, S.&j.r..T; mixed, ? 1.05" 4.50:
heavj-, ?4.1X"4.0'): roujrh 4.107j. 3.
OATTL.F, Receipt?, 11 OOJ heal; ma-ket gen
erally 0 10c higher.
SHEEP-Recpipt,l,2.)head; market gener
ally jV5-I0c higher.
South Omaha Live Stock.
Soi-th Omaha. Jan. 2v CATTLE Receipts,
1.500 head; 13J0 to 1.W) Uw., .l.:Wn l.S0 1100 to
13.01b-.. W.W a 4.23; Sl to lift! lbs., ?3.0l:i.R);
choiei-cow.s,$J.2.VnU.2.; common cowd.iTl.25T!,
900; good feeders. 2.70:3.30 common feeders.
2.()0a,2.50. Market stronper.
HOGS-Receipts, l.t0 h-ad; light. J3.7534.00;
mixed. W.aXa4.0J; heavy, $1.003.1.25. Market.
5e to 10c higher.
SHEEP Receipt a,0..j head : muttons.
S..t0; lambs, .0034.15. i.arket sU!ldv
t; May.53': July,
May, 41-sc; July.
Ditclics iiiiil Laterals.
MORTH PLATTE, NEB
GEO. NAU MAN'S
Meats at wholesale and re
tail. Fish and Game in
-eason. Sausage at all
Mines. Cash paid for Hides.
R. 1). THOMSON.
Contractor and Builder
127 Sixth St. Cor. of Vine,
N'ORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Hershev & Co.
Our Goods are Guaranteed Fresh,
Our Prices are as Low as the Lowest,
We Insure Prompt Delivery,
We Solicit a Share of Your Trade.
NORTH LOCUST STREET.
U. P. TIME TABLE.
"o.s Atlantic Express
No. I Fast Mail
'o. 2 Limited
No. 2S Freicht
No. 18 Freight
No. 22 Freight
OOINO WEST MOUNTAIN TIME.
No. 7 Pacific KxnreH Dept 7:10a. m
No. l-Limitcd " 11:00 r. M
Vo. 21 Freight " 3:f0 i m
No. Zi Freight " 8:20 A. l
N. H. OLDS. Auent.
Dept 12:10 a. M.
S 20 A. M.
" 0:20 a. M.
" 7:00 a. M.
6.-00 r. M.
" 4:00 a. M.
FRENCH & BALDWIN,
ATTORXE YS-A T-LAW,
NORTH PLATTE. - - NEBRASKA.
OHice over X. P. Xtl. Bank.
p RIMES & WILCOX,
ATTORNEYS- AT-LA IP,
SOUTH PLATTE, - - - NKIiUASKA.
Omco over North Platte National Bank.
Agriciillnral : totals
OF ALL KINDS,
Farm and Spring Wagons,
Buggies, Road Carts,
Wind Mills, Pumps, Barb
Locust Street, between Fifth and Sixth
SIIILOH'S CURE is sold on a guar
antee. It cures lnsipient Consumption.
It is the hest Couch Cure. Only one cent
a dose. 2H cts., 50 cts. , and $1 00. Sold
by North Platte Pharmacv.
WHAT'S THE USE OF TALKING
About coughs and colds in the sum
mer time. Yon may have a tickling
cough or a little cold, or baby may have
the croup, and when it comes vou ought
to know that Park's Couch Svrup Is the
best cure for it. Sold by North Platte
H. S. Tibbels,
Special attention paid to all kinds of
of furniture upholstering. Mattrasso
made to order or remade. Furniture re
pairing of all kinds promptly and neatly
NOTICK TOR PUKLICATION.
Laud OtSce at North Platte. Neb., )
IVcember 20th. )
Notice I hereliy kIvvii that the following-nmned
settler ha tiled notice of hii intention to niako
final proof in Mipport of life claim, and that s-aid
proof will he made before the Register and Re
ceiver at North Platte, Nebraska, on February
4th, lt'.O, viz:
who made Holm-Mead Kutry No. 13.7.07, for tho
Fust half of the Northeast quarter of Section 10.
Township V Ninth, Ranuo 30 Wet. He names
tho following witne-ses to prove his continuous
residence 111.011 and cultivation of said laud, viz:
Fritz Koester. Bernard .Miller. Frank Savage and
Gottfried Kleiuow. nil of Welltleet. Neb.
51U JOHN F. 1IINMAN, Register.
Assistant Surgeon Union rac.fic Hr""""'
and Member of Pension Hoard,
NORTH PIATTR, - - - NEBRASKA.
Ofiieo over Streitz's Drug Store.
NOTICK FOR I'UHLICATION.
IjizhI Cilice ttt North Platte. Neb., )
January 7th. 1S03. J
Notice in hereby uiven that the following
nmncil s. ttliT lias tiled notice of his intention to
make final pioof in Mipport of his claim, mid that
siil proof will be made before Register find
Receiver United Mute Imil OiHce at North
Platte. Nell , on Febriiarv llilh. lf'X,, viz:
ADAM W. IIOAISON.
who made Homestead Kntry No. 14.101 for tho
uorthenst ip. niter of Section II. Township l."
north. RatiKe:ut t. He names the following
witnesses to (ove his continuous residence
upon and cultivation of sjtid and. viz: David
d. Potter. William 51. Potter. Samuel F. Dike,
mini and George Sherman. all of HirdwiMxl.Neb.
ti .JtUIN F. 11INMAN, ReKister.
pi. EVES, M. D.,
I'll YS Id AN AND SURGEON,
NORTH PLATTK, - - - NEBRASKA
Office: Neville's Block. Diseases of Women
and Children a Specialty.
A. P. KITTELL. J. C. VAN NATTA.
Kittell & Van Natta,
Prospective schemes investigated. Un
profitable schemes rejuvenated. Surveys,
Maps, Estimates and reports made, aud
Officein North Platte MU DIU. KUU
National Bank BIdjr, lieu.
NOTICE FOR IT IJLI CATION.
Inj Oirw at Noktii Platte. Neb.,
January 17th, 1M)5. )
Notice is hereby iven that tho following-named
settler has tiled notice of his intention to make
Dual proof in support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before tho Reuister and Re
ceiver at North Platte, Nebraska, on February
i'.th, lsiC, viz:
who made Homestead Entry No. 15,322, for tho
en-t half of the southwest ipiarter aud lots 3 and 1,
section 18. toun-hip 13 north, raue 31 west. Ho
names tho following witnesses to prove his)
continuous residence upou aud cultivation of,
snld laud, viz: Christopher Haverland, Jacob
Meyer. Andrew Ilahn aud John Koelke, all of
North Platte, Nebra-ka.
JOHN F. UINMAN,
HE LI ABLE INSUR
ANCE GO TO rJ C. PATTER
SON. ONLY FIRST-CLASS
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N'OTK K FOR PURLKUTIOX.
Land Otiicent North Platte. Neb, t
January lXth. 1885. f
Notice is hereby piven that the following-named
settler has tiled noticeof his intention to snake
final proof in support of his claim, and that said
proof will bo made before Register and Raceirer
at North Platte. Neb., on March 2d, 185, vttr
who made Homestead Entry No. 14,887, for the -southwubt
quarter .section , township 15 north.
rane:i0 west. He names the followiac wit.
nebses to prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of s.iidland. viz: Loren Starace,
Hans J. Hansen, Enoch Cummings and Joaa Jen
kins, all of North Piatte, Nebraska-
J-li JOHN F. HINMAN. Bigister.-
SUMMONS UY PUUI.IOATION.
(First published iu Tin: NottTU Platte Tribute,
January 1st, ls'JS.)
In the District Court of Lincoln county, Ne
braska. The State of Nebraska to Samuel D. Weaverlimr.
Su-iuunah M. WeuverliiiK and William Edward
You and each of you are hereby notified that you
have been sued together with The Anglo American
Land, Mortgage and Aency Company. Limited, ft
coritorntion, Milton It. Whitney, Charles S. Fair
child. Harry E. MiMiney, Sanford it. Ladd and
Frank Iliigcrni.in as Ke- eivers of The Lombard
Investment ComKiny. n coriMiration. by Emma K.
Flynt as phiintiii in the District Court or Lincoln
county. Nebraska, aud that on or before tho lull
day of February, ls'.!Ti, yon must answer tho peti
tion iu chancery tiled herein against said defend
ants by said plaintiif, i,, uhich the plaintiff asks
for a decree foreclosing the mortgage piven by
defendants Samuel 1) Weaverlin and Susannah
M. Weaverlinp to the Iimbard Investment Com
pauy, dateil May Pith, 18 u,i coverinp tho
following described real estate situated in Lincoln
county, state of Nebraska, to-- it: The south one
hundred and forty-live l ltr acres of the east half
of the southwest ipiarter aud of tho west half or tho
southeast ipiarter of section twenty-two (2.2), in
township fourteen till north, of range twenty
eight west of the lUh principal meridian; that
said petition further prays that all the right, title,
lien or interest of nil of tho defendants in cr to
said lands and every art thereof bedecreed junior
and inferior to the lien of the aforesaid mortgage
now owned by the said plaiutitT and that said land
be sold and the proceeds of the said sale be applied
to the payment of the costs of the sale ami of eaid
action, and to the amount due plaintiff upon said
mortgage, and that all of the defendants be barred
uml foreclosed of all interest in or lien upon said
land: aud unless you answer said petition as afore
said, the facts therein alleged will be taken us true,
aud n decree will be rendered as therein prayed.
Witness my hand and tho seal of saiil court by mo
affixed nt North IMatte. Lincoln county, Nebraska,
this 31st day of December,
W. C. ELDER,
Clerk of the District Court Lincoln County, Ne,
I'EKKV It Sj!AI.I.Sl ASI PULSIFEK & ALEXANDEB,
Attorneys fur riaiutiff. Concordia, Kansas.
In the matter of the e-tate of Wilson W. Yates",
Ill the County Court of Lincoln county. Ne
braska. December Ills!, ism.
Notice is hereby given that the creditors of said
deceased will meet the Administrator of said
Estate, before the County Judge of Lincoln county.
Nebraska, at the county court room, in said county,
on the "M day of May. Is'Ci. on the 2d day of June,
lh'.Ti. and on the 2d day of July. 1MC. at 1 o'clock
p. m. each day. for the purpose of presenting their
clniins for exauiinadou. adjustment and allowance.
Six months are allowed for creditor to present
lheir i-lnlms nml itn. ..n- f..r th.. .l,,,i.,-,-an
j to -cttle said estate, from the 2d day of January,
is.'.i. j ins uoiice win oe puon-neti m no: noktii
Platte TninusE, a uewsiwiHT printed in said
countv. for four weeks siK-ces-tvelv. on and after
January 1st, Is'.Ci. JAMES M. KAY.
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NOTICE FOIi VI IJLICAT10X.
United .States Land Oilice,
North Platte, Neb., JanV -2A, 189."i. )
Notice is hen'by given that Sarah I.
McConnel has filed notice of intention
to mako tin;: proof lieforo tho Register
and Receiver at their otlice in N'orth
Platte, Neb., on Monday, tho 4th day
of March, 18'.r, mi timber culture appli
cation No. l.'5T"20 for tho north half of
tho northwest qu rter and the southeast
quarter of the northwest quarter and
tho southwest quarter of tho northeast
quarter of section 17, in township 10 N,
rango :1 .
he names as witnesses: S. M. Cus-
s:ns and .Jacob K. Cnssins, of North
Platte. Neb., and Walter Gartrell and
John F. Rntton. of Somerset, Neb.
ji'jG John F. Hinman. Register.
me un m,
I. A. FORT,
Has 200,000 acres of U. P. R. R. land for
sale on tho ton year plan. Call and
see him if you want a bargain.
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