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THE IfORTH PLATTE SEMI-W1EKLY TREBDHE: FRDM MIS?
Miss Adele Sloane Married to Mr.
James A. Burden, Jr.
,.. .EIGHEST FAMILIES UNITED.
Bcyt Millionaires la the Country At
tested the Xenox Event wu Jean
Sayre Becomes the Wife of Pro
fessor A. G. Casfleld.
Lenox, Mass., June 6. Two of the
richest families in America -were united
today at noon. In the beautiful Trinity
church James Abercrombie Burden,
Jr., and Miss Florence Adele Sloane
About 300 guests were present, and
they comprised by all odds the greatest
gathering of millionaires of the year.
W. K. Yanderbilt arrived in his private
car in time for the ceremony.
The bride is the granddaughter of
Mrs. William Yanderbilt, andjdaugh
ter of William D. Sloane. The bride
groom, James Abercrombie Burden, Jr.,
is a member of the family of Burdens,
whose fortune-, originated in the great
iron works at Troy, bearing their name.
He is himself a millionaire, and has
been a prominent figure in New York
society for several seasons.
The reception will be given at the
Sloane home place, which comprises
2,000 acres, and is considered to be one
of the most valuable estates in the fash
ionable colony of Lenox. For the oc
casion the preparations have been upon
a scale of magnificence more than regal
involving, it is estimated, an expendi
ture of about $1,000,000. The Curtis,
one of the largest hotels of Lenox, was
engaged for the exclusive use of wed
ding guests for three days. A special
train conveyed guests from New York
to Lenox, and will remain here until
they are ready to return.
The bride's trosseau is said to have
cost $40,000. The presents have been
mostly in the form of jewels, and a con
servative estimate has placed the value
of the gifts at $700,000.
Lawrence, June 6. Professor A. G.
Can field, head, of Kansas university, de
partment of French, was married at
noon today to Miss Jean Sayre, daugh
ter of Professor L. E. Sayre of the de
partment of pharmacy at Kansas uni
versity. CbJcstffo-N" ew Tork Eelay JLace.
Et.trta, O., June 6. The blue mes
senger of the Chicago-New York bicycle
race reached here at 8:09 this morning.
The distance from Fremont, 78 miles,
was covered in three hours and a quar
ter. The last five miles, from Oberlin
to this point, was covered in 14 minutes.
The blue relay was an hour and 21 min
utes ahead of the schedule. The red is
about one hour behind the blue.
Sheepmen Will Not Xnrite War.
Cheyenne, June 6. It is reported
here that the sheep owners, whose
flocks have given so much uneasiness to
the cattlemen of northwestern Colorado,
have concluded not to tempt fate by
driving south through Colorado to the
r Rio Grande railroad. If this is true, it
is probable that the threatened battle
will be averted.
Orejron Short Line Rumors.
Denver, June 6. Colonel D.C. Dodge
of the Rio Grande "Western has been
hastily summoned to Salt Lake for a
conference with Receiver Egan of the
Oregon Short Line, confirming in. a
measure the rumors that the Short Line
was arranging for an eastern outlet to
Chicago through Denver.
Arraigned For the 31urder of Emily Ealh
Detroit, June 6. Dr. Dennis Sea
man and Mrs. Alice Lane, charged with
the murder of Emily Hall, the English
girl sent to this country by Rev. Jona
than Bell, were arraigned before Judge
Chapin today. Both defendants refused
to plead. Their trials will take place in
about two weeks.
Fatally Shot by Burglars.
Fairbuky, Neb., June G. About 10
o'clock p. m. two masked men entered
the store of R. S. Graham at Bowen,
nine miles from Fairbury. Graham re
sisted the burglars and was shot twice.
He will die. The burglars escaped.
Tac Sent to the Uottom.
Sturgeon Bat, Wis., June 6. The
tug John Evanson was sunk off Foscora
at 5 p. m. by the steamer Weston
Stephenson. Martin Boswell of the
Evanson's crew was drowned. The re
mainder of the crew were rescued.
Three Silled In a Freight Wreck.
Shamoein, June 6. Elwood Myer,
engineer; Elias Botts, conductor, and
William Klais, fireman, part of the
crew of freight train No. So of the Phil
adelphia and Reading, were instantly
killed by a wreck near Locus td ale.
Southern Town Scorched.
Memphis, June 6. Fire at Sardis,
Miss., destroyed the racket store and
.the stores of J. D. Hanson, R. Y. Hun
ter & Co., J. J. Henderson and J. R.
Buchanan & Co., besides several other
Proctor Is Alive.
Foet Smtth, June 6. The reported
killing of Zeke Proctor, the deputy
United States marshal, by Ben Stanley
in the Cherokee nation proves untrue,
as he arrived here well this morning.
Arrested For an Old ASiIr.
Elwood, Neb., June 6. M. B. Reid
was arrested this morniNg on the charge
of shooting with intent to kill Dr. J. E.
Brittan some three months ago.
Has Fled to Chiriqni.
Bocas Dix Tobo, June 6. A. C.
Hove, the tp?iti who robbed the United
States mails, has fled to ChiriquL
Berlin's Chief of Police.
Rt.-rt.ts. June 6. Freiherr von Rich
thoff , the chief of police of this city, ii
l. . -r:-vTS .
I U rV -
liVflBY llVflDY 1
thc mccTZH a qaksle co, cum.
EASTINGS 3IA2? 3IISSXNG.
Charles E. Apgar Has Xysterionsly Dis
appeared. Hastings, Neb., June 6. Charles E.
Apgar, a well known and highly re
spected citizen and prominent loan
broker and real estate agent, is mysteri
ously absent from home. He loft here
last Friday night, telling his wife that
business required that he should go- to
Shelton and that he would return Satur
day evening. Since his departure noth
ing definite has been heard of "n'vr.
Mr. Apgar has stood high in business
and church circles and has been chair
man of the county Democratic central
committee for four years. No one has
ever questioned his business integrity,
although his mysterious absence is
hinted at as meaning something wrong.
His wife is greatly distressed at his ab
sence. The agent of one of the loan com
panies for which Mr. Apgar does busi
ness was here and says Mr. Apgar's ac
counts are all straight with his com
pany. Alleged Lynchers Are Beady.
Butte, Neb., June 6. Mullihan,
Elliott, Ray, Pinkerman, Harris, Oberle
and Stanton, the men accused of lynch
ing Barrett Scott, have arrived in town.
The men will be arraigned and the trial
day set. County Attorney Wills does
not believe the case will be reached be
fore June 1 r.
Cut Worms In Corn.
North Loup, Neb., June 6. A con
siderable number of farmers in this vi
cinity are reporting that portions of
their corn fields are being seriously rav
aged by cut worms, in some cases al
most the entire crop being taken over
Pern Normal Institute.
Peru, Neb., June 6. Professor A.
Norton was re-elected unanimously and
other members of the faculty, except G.
W. Ellis, were re-elected. A. W. Clarke
of the Fremont normal was selected to
fill the vacancy.
Washington, June 6. Walter Kim
ball was appointed postmaster at Big
Springs, Duel county, Neb., vice J. E.
Malvin, removed. Martha Y. Thomp
son was commissioned postmaster at
WARRANT FOR BANKEE CASSATT.
Charged With Conducting a Fraudulent
Esnkisg ii us in ess.
Des Moines, June 6. A warrant was
placed in the hands of Deputy United
States Marshal Gray for the arrest of
ex-State Senator Cassatt of Pella, who
attempted to commit suicide Sunday be
cause of financial reverses. The war
rant is based on information that Cassat
has embezzled $60,000; that he conducted
a fraudulent banking business, and that
instead of certificates of deposit being
issued depositors were given the per
sonal note of E. R. Cassatt & Co.f or the
Preparing For Dcs Moines Races.
Des Moines, .Tune G. L. A. Davies,
manager of the Capital City Driving
If park in this city, arrived from Chicago.
Davie3 is. here to prepare for che spring
meeting at the mile kite track, which
opens June 18. Several of the fastest
horses in the country will be here, in
cluding Robert J, Fantasy, John R.
Gentry, Directly and others.
Pickpockets 3Iako a Haul.
Ceeston, la., June 6. John Miller,
from Aurora, His., a passenger on the
Burlington No. 5, en route to Creston,
was robbed of 'about $5,000 in money
and notes near Albia. .Officers have
arrested the pickpockets at Albia.
Catholic Priest DroTros.
Dubuque, la., June 6. Rev. Father
McMahon of Cherry Mound, Allamakee
county, was drowned while bathing in
the river off Pictured rocks, near Mc
Gregor, with Fathers O'Donnell and
Eaby Fatally Scalded.
Cedar Rapids, June 6. Mamie Gor
don, a 3-year-old girl, fell into a tub of
boiling water and was fatally scalded.
RUSSIAN II EATS ARK EXCLUDED.
Her Cattle Barred Out by Other European
Washington, June 6. Consul Gen
eral Karel at St. Petersburg has sent to
the state department a report on the ef
forts Russia is making to overcome the
obstacles which interfere with the ex
port of her cattle and meats to different
European markets. At present no Rus
sian cattle are exported to Austria, Eng
land, France and Germany. Exports
being confine to Italy, Greece and the
island of Malra. Russian meats are al
lowed in Germany, but the quarantine
rules, it is contended, are being abused
to its exclusion. England admits Rus
sian meats, but complains of the qual
ity. Lately it has been found very suit
able for beef tea and a demand created,
it being used almost exclusively for that
purpose. The largest consumer of im
ported meats is England, that country
using 1,440,480,000 to 1,661,152,000
pounds annually. Russia exported in
1883 only 17,000 cattle, 82,000 hogs, 168,
000 sheep and meat to the value of 175,
000 roubles. The United States supplies
about three-fourths of all the meat for
the European demand.
Decision In tho Land OiBce.
Washington, June 6. Secretary
Smith denied the motion for review of
his decision against the defendant in
the case of Selma Sallow against
Michael Schachtner, from Watertown,
S. D., land district.
Lynched the Jfegro.
BrasTNSHAMv Ala., June 6. Jim
Powell, a negro, was lynched near
Strasburg. Chilton county, for an .at
tempted assault on the 15-year-old
daughter of a farmer named Bussy.
Eelliher to Join Debs.
Minneapolis, June 6. National Sec
retary of the A. R. U. Sylvester Kelli
her left for Chicago to meet Debs atd
clear up their work before going to jail.
Ambassador 3L-tcTeash In London.
London, June 6. Hon. Wayne Mac
Veagh, United States minister to Italy,
has arrived in London.
til A Mi
SWEPT BY i F
Black Forest District of Germany Ie
nndattd by a Cloudburst.
LETT DEATH IF ITS WAKE.
Hirer Hyach Overflows Its Banhs, 5 Tree p
iag A-sray Tillages and DroTmin Scores
of the Inhabitants "3Iany Persons
Are Reported 3issis.
Stuttgart, June 6. There was a tre-
Lmendous cloudburst yesterday evening
over the Wurtemburg portion of the
Black Forest district, causing destruc
tion of property. The. downfall of
water caused the River Eyach to rise
and many houses at Balingen, Prom
merna, Dirrwangen and Lanfen were
swept away. Many persons are missing
and it is feared they were drowned in
the flood. Ten persons were drowned
at Balingen, seven were killed at Krom
mer and nine persons are missing in ad
dition from the last named place. " At
Lanfen 10 persons were killed.
' Commissioner Lochren Victorious.
Washington, June" 6. The j pension
case of Judge Charles D. Long of Mich
igan, which has been before the local
courts in one form or another for some
time, was finally determined by the
court of appeals, the commissioner of
pensions coming out victorious, though
the probabilities are the case will now
be taken tho supreme court of the
United States. About a year ago Com
missioner of Pensions Lochren caused
the pension of Judge Long to be reduced
from $75 to 50 per month. Subse
quently the case came before Judge
Bradley of the District supreme court
and he decided in effect that the com
missioner of pensions had no authority
to reduce the pension. The court qf ap
peals has reversed that decision, hold
ing that a pension is not a vested right
except in a very limited sense, as
shown by the- act cf Dec. 2, 1893, that
the courts cannot interfere and that the
pension commissioner had a perfect
right to review the acts of his predeces
sors. Agricultural Tear UooTr.
Washington , June (. The year book
of the agricultural department "is now
in type and possibly will be ready for
distribution by Sept. 1. It is a substi
tute for the fourth annual report of the
department, as provided by the printing
bill of Jan. 20 last. The work has been
under the direct supervision of Assis
tant Secretary Danby, who says in re
gard to the book: "The purpose of the
department has been to supply a book
which would be of value to every farm
er. The government prints 500,000 cop
ies of the publication at a cost of $300,
000. Of these 500,000 copies senators
and representatives get 470,000,only 30,
000 being reserved for distribution by
Secretary Herbert at Annapolis.
Annapolis, Md., June (. Secretary
Herbert arrived here, accompanied by
his naval aide, Lieutenant Remey. As
the Dolphin approached the secretary's
salute of J 7 guns was fired from the sa
luting battery .and the Dolphin returned
a captain's salute of seven guns. As
soon as the Dolphin dropped anchor,
Captain Cooper, accompanied by Lieu
tenant Ritter, called, on the secretary
and the whole party then came ashore
and visited the Monongahela and Ban
croft. The infantry drill was very at
tractive and the movements of the com
panies was highly" complimented. The
sham battle at the government farm
was also of much interest.
Leland Stanford Case Commenced.
San Fhancisco, June 6. Argument
on the demurrer in the case of the gov
ernment against the estate of Leland
Stanford was commenced before Judge
Ross. Counsel for Mrs. Stanford con
tended that in the acts of congress
creating the Central Pacific and guaran
teeing its bonds, no provision was made
for protecting the government except in
the forfeiture of the rolling stocks,
machinery and other appurtenances of
Bonds Safely Across the Ocean.
Southampton, June 6. Mr. William
E. Curtis, assistant secretary of the
United States treasury, and C. C. Mont
gomery took charge of the bonds which
were brought over on the Paris by Mr.
Logan Carlisle. The bonds will be
taken to London and placed in the
strong room of the Rothschilds. Being
initialled the bonds will be formally de
livered to the representatives of the
3Irs. 3Xack Held For Trial.
Buffalo, N. Y., June 6. Mrs. M. T.
McMillan, alias Mrs. Mack, of Hamil
ton, Oat., accused of selling counterfeit
United States stamps, was held for trial.
In default of 5,000 bail she was com
mitted to jail.
Colonel Coifs Trial Postponed.
Columbus, O., June 6. The trial of
Colonel Coit, commander of the state
troops who shot and killed members of
the mob at Washington Courthouse sev
eral months ago, has been postponed
until Oct. 7.
LaTijrue Issues a Challenge.
New York, Jane 6. Sam Fitz
patrick, manager of Kid Lavigne, has
issued a challenge on behalf of Lavigne
to Jack McAuliffe for the lightweight
championship cf America and 2,500 or
In Eosor of His Father.
Philadelphia, June 6. Provost
Charles Harrison presented to the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania $500,000 as a
memorial in honor of his father, George
Kevokes a License.
Springfield, His., June 6. The state
superintendent of insurance revoked the
license to do business in this state held
by the National Benefit and Casualty
company of Milwaukee.
Austral laa Prcspe cts Improving:.
Adelaide, June 8. Ac the opening
of parliament today the governor. Sir
Thomas Buxton, congratulated the
members nr. on the improving prospects
of the colony of South Australia. He
added that the pries of wheat, copper,
wool and silver had risen and that trade
generally was reviving.
ripe Price Advanced. "
PrxTSBUEG, June 6. The National
Wrought Iron Pipe association has made
an advance of 10 per cent in all lines of
pipe. Officers of the association stato
that the advance is made to cover the
IncTH'&d cast of labor and mat'exials.
FOr A LIMITED TIME
3 ma Til aJkL.
lU EXCHANGE. FOR 0 TEN-CEKT
APE.'R. TAGS TAiYvE.U ?ROM
me American Tobacco Co.
WILL 3TETET TEXT.AT DUBUQUE.
Nomination of Officers Eeparted . ta the
Head Camp of Woodmen.
f Madison, June 6. Twenty-five hun
dred Woodmen are in the .city today at
the annnal picnic of the southern Wis
consin and northern Illinois association
held in connection with the meeting of
the head camp. Thirty-one special
trains brought the greater part of the
visitors. The head camp today unani
mously selected Dubuque a3 the place
of meeting of the next head camptwo
years from now. The nominations of
all head officers were- reported: Head
consul, William A. ITorthcott, Green
ville, His.; head advisorsr DE. Hearne,
Davenport; Benjamin D. Smith, Man
kato, Wis.: head clerk, Charles W.
Hawes, Fulton; Bla.' head bankers,
A. H Hollister, Madison, Wis.; D. C.
Sink, Grand Island, Neb.; John S.
King, Omaha. Board of directors (five to
be elected) J. C. Johnson of Kansas, A.
R. Talbot of Nebraska, J. K". Reece of
Illinois, M. Quackenbush of Illinois and
Perry Perkins of Iowa.
Auditing committee C. D. Snerrow
of Michigan, D. L Thornton of Mis
souri, and W. A. Door of Iowa.
work of congkegatioxalists.
Home Missionary Society In Session at Sar
atoga. Saratoga, June 6. The Congrega
tional Home Missionary society resumed
its 69th anniversary this morning. The
devotional meeting was- led hy Superin
tendent William IL Warren of Lansing,
Mich., Major General Howard being
called to Mohonkto attend a conft -ence
in regard to the international peace con
gress. The regular session was presided
over bv- Rev. E. 5. Webb of Boston.
A paper was read by Secretary Wash
ington Choate on "Open Doors on the
Great Missionary Field." It pointed out
many avenues of effort, particularly in
the south and west. Addresses were also
made-by Rev. Wallace- Cutting, Provi
dence; Key. Clarence T.Brown,Salt Lake
City; A. B. Cristy, Cleveland, O., and
Rev. C. L Schofiehi Dallas, Tex. The
forenoon session concluded with a char
acteristic address bj Rev. W. C. Pudde
fot, eastern field secretary.
In the afternoon addresses were made
by representatives from the field.
Tho Iron Industry.
ITew York, June 6. The Iron Age
today says: Reports from all the lead
ing centers uniformly record either ac
tual advances or a rising tendency. In
Pittsburg the appearance of the largest
concern as a large purchaser of pig iron
on a pretty liberal scale has pushed the
market up again until 13.50 has been
reached again with predictions of furth
er hardening. so large transactions
have taken place in billets in the cen
tral west. For prompt delivery of mod
erate amounts as much as $18 Pittsburg
has been paid. Eastern buyers have
taken a moderate amount of steel, pay
ing $20 and upwards for it.
New Phase of the Mulct Law.
Clinton, June U. A new complica
tion in the mulct law has arisen here.
There were 26 pieces of property used
for saloons on" which the mulct tax was ,
not paid The county treasurer adver
tised the properties for sale for the tax
and twice tried to sell them, but no one
would bid on" them, although many of
the properties were worth more than
the tax. :
Price of Candles Adranced.
Glasgow, June 6. The Standard Oil
company and the Scotch Oil company
have concluded an agreement, which is
to last three years, or an advance in
the price of candles.
ADYAH0ES 0VEE TWO CENTS
Wheat Started Strong and Was Firm
ly Held Later On.
Bush to Bey on Unfarorahle Crop Beports.
All Grains Closed Higher Provis
ions Haled Steady.
Chicago, June 6. Wheat started stronger
today. The weather map showed but little
rain and no prospects of .any for today. Crop
reports were unfavorable' and there was a fair
demand, from the country. July opened Jc
higher at 77Vc, sold from 77Xz to 79Jc.
Corn wa3 firm, on favorable crop reports and
moderate buying. July opened unchanged at
SlJjC and sold to 33c
0at3 ran steady with corn.
Despite liberal hog receipts at the yards pro
visions were steady in sympathy with the
strength in the grain market.
"WHEAT June, TSJc; July, 79&c; Septem
CORN June, 52c; July, 52Jc; Septembrer,
54c; December, l$i$a; 3Iay, 4oc
OATa June, awctfuly, 30S30c; Septem
ber. 3 jKc ; 3-Iay, 34jc
FOEK June. ?LLSJ; July, $12.62; September,
LASD J cue, $0.50: July. bid; Septem
ber. ?&8! bid.
BIBS June, PL17; July, S&27 bideptember,
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, June 0. EOG5 Seceipts, 35,000
head; left ever, 12,030 head; market active and
5c lower than yesterday's close, or llXclac be
low ycsterday'3 best ; light, 5-L20.5D ; mixed
CATTLE Receipts, 6,000 head, including
34S0O Texaas; markst steady to stronger.
SHEEP Receipts, 3.0J0 head; market alow
South Omaha XJre Steele
South Omaha June 6 CATTL E Receipts,
3 0 head; I3U0 to 1530 Si 305.40; 1100 to
1300 lbs.. SiQgi-OJ: 900 to J3J lbs., 53.75.g4.40;
choice cown, $"71.25? .common, cows,
good feeders, $i9J3.S3: common, feeders,
CL5o .j2.75 : market steady to lCc lower.
HOG3-Seipt3,-40Qhcaa: lihfc, J4J340;
mixed, 4.!AXt25; heavy, $433 L 43; market
5 to 13c lotrer.
SEEEP Receipts. SCO head; mntioas, 42.73
.03; lamfcr, U.73Sr.& ; sari sthdj. '
m, r.'-rs sag
t I xza m
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
J. P. Cheet & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
We the undersigned, have knovrn F
J- Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carrv out anv oblfiyatinn mnflo
by their firm.
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists,
Toledo, O. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
acting directly upon the blood and
raucous surfaces of. the svstem. Price
75c. tier bottle. Sold bv all Drusrirists.
State cf Nebraska,
Lincoln county, J
la the County court, June 5th, 1S05.
In the matter of the estate of Helen Beach, de
On readin? and fllinc the petition of Wat?on E.
Beach, administrator praying final settlement and
allowance of ms account this day filed, and for his
appointment as trustee for said estate: It la or
dered that Jane 22d, lebj, at 1 p.m. is assigned for
hearing said petition and account.
A copy or tais order will be published In Ths
Tmbcie newspaper three snccessive weeks- prior
to said Hearing, jAjIES al. KAYV
454 County Judge.
NOTICE FOK PUBrJCATIQX.
Land Office at North Platte. Neb, )
June 1st, 1F95. f
Notice is hereby triven that the following-named
settler has filed notice of her intention to make
final proof in support of her claim, and that said
Droof win be made beiore Kf-cister and Heceiver
at North Platte. Neb., on July 9th. 1S03, viz:
AIA.IUK S1VITS. nee UEULolAN.
who made Homestead Entry No. 15,796. for the
northeast quarter section 14, township 16 north.
ranee JU west. She names the f ollowuur wit
nesses to prove her continuous residence upon
and cultivation of eaid land, viz: Enoch Cam
mines. CasDer Sivits anil John L. McGrew. all
of North Platte, Nebraska, and Francis Rogers,
of Nesbitt, Nebraska.
4i-t J UHN t . iiifl 31 AN. Begister.
U. P. TIME TABLE.
No.3 Atlantic Express Dept 12:10 A. si.
No. 4 Fast Hail 8 50 a. a.
No. 2 Limited 93)a.x
No. 28 Freisht " 7aV) a. x.
No. IS Freight ' 6:00 p. at.
No. 22 Freight " 4:00 A. 31.
GO I NO WEST 3I0U5TAIS TT313.
No. 7 Pacific ExDreas Dept 7dOA. 21
No. 1 Limited ' 11:00 p. at
No. 21 Freight ' 350 p. u
No. 23 Freight " 6:20 A. at
N. B. OLDS. Agent.
R. C. T. BBEBE,
PHTSICIA2? AJTJ) SURGEON,
SUTHERLAND, ... - NEBRASKA.
Oflice: W. C Blackmore k Co. Drug Store.
J1RENCH & BALDWIN,.
NORTH PLATTE, - - NEBRASKA.
Office over N. P. Ntl. Bank.
QRIMES & WILCOX,
rfORTH PLATTE, ... NEBRASKA.
Oflice over North Platte National Bank.
R. X. F. DONAIJ)SON,
Asaistant Surgeon Union Pacfic R?Hr-r
and ilember of Pension Board,
NORTH PLATTE, ... NEBRASKA.
Oflice over Streitz's Drag Store.
AL EVES, IL D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
NORTH PLATTE, - NEBRASKA
Office: Neville's Block. Diseases of Women.
and Children. a Specialty.
A. P. KXXTELL. F. H. BENSON.
Kittell & Benson,
Prospective schemes investigated. Un
profitable schemes rejuvenated. Surveys,
Maps, Estimates and reports made, and
Office in North. Platte Mnrfh PlafP Nph
National Bank Bldg, ''on:n riaixe, IHeu.
Hershey & Co.
kialkal : I
OF ALL KINDS,
Farm and Spring Wagons,
Buggies, Road Carts,
Wind Mills, Pumps, Barb
Locust Street, between Fifth, and Sixth
Pure Weil Water Ice.
Orders for the above product may
be left at Streitz's or McCabe's
drujr stores, or with the milk war-
on and they will receive prompt at
tention. Orders for
may also be given the latter and
they will be promptly filled.
FOR RELIABLE INSUR
ANCE GO TO T. C. PATTER
SON. ONLY FIRST-CLASS
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Offlce at North PLatte, Neb
April 23d, 1695. f
Notice la hereby given that the follortsg-naxaed
settler han filed notice of Ms intention to mai
final proof in support of his cliim, and that said
proof will be made before the- Register and Re
ceiver at North Platte. Nebraska, on Jon
6th, 1595, viz:
who made Homestead Entry No. 14459, for the
Northwest quarter of Sectioa 12, Township U,
north, Kange 31 west. He n vines th following
witneseeo to prove hla coutlnaooa residence
upon and cultivation of sail I land, viz Amandas
Konkle, James Adams, D. O. ribbels, and Theo
dore Padgett, all of North Plaita, Neb.
JOHN T. HIN1IAN, Register
NOTICE TOR PUBLICATION.
Lasd 07Ticz at Noaxa Pzattz, Nzz )
atay 3d, 1893. f
Notice la hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of hla intention to make
final proof in support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before tho Register and Re
ceiver at North Platte, Nebra&ka, on Jane
15th, 1S95, viz:
ROBERT J. iHNZTE.
who made Homestead Entry No. 13,878, fortha
easthalf of the southeast quarter section 8. town
ship 18 north, range 29 west. Ee nam w the follow
ing witnesses to prove hla wmttnuoca residence
upon and cultivation of, said land, viz: Charles
Wyberg. John L. ITcGrew, Enoch Cummings and
Charles Jordan, all of North Fjitte, Nebraska.
JOHN F. HINirAN,
NOTICE TOR PUBLICATION,
Land Office at North Platte, Neb,
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
s-. v'er haa filed notice of his intention to mn3n
fin proof In support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before tile Register and Re
ceiver at North Platte, Nebraska, on June 14th,
who made Homestead Entry No. 1S489 for the
south half of the southwest quarter, and additional
Homestead Entry No. 17,391 for the west half of
the southeast quarter section 8, township 14 north,
range 29 west. He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence upon and culti
vation of said land, viz: Louis Tift, Allen Tift.
Ben Ashleman and E. L. Sherman, all of North
3S-S JOHN F. HEOtAN. Register
NOTICE tor Por.TnTTnv
Land Offlce atTforth Ptatte, Neb
May 13th, V&5. i
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
hitler has filed notice of his Intention to make
final proof In support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before Register aid Receiver
at North Platte. Neb on June 23th. 1S95, viz:
CAR ROLL C.HAWKINS,
who made Homestead Entry No. 1A74, for the
east half of the southwest quarter. Iota 3 and 4,
section 31, township 10 north, range 29 west. He
namsvi tnA fnllmrfnr fln .. - . v-
onuous residence upon and cultivation of said
uuu, duaa ureeawooa, Amasa a. yietcher
and Jonathan YTelch, all of Buchanan, Neb- and
George F. Cooper, of WeUfieet, Neb.
-oo JUi2i p. nXNJiAN, Register.
Washington, D. Mareh 12, 1S95.
Notice is hereby given to all persona
who may have ciaima against the "North
Platte National Bank," North Platte,
Nebraska, that the eame must be pre
sented to Mr. Milton Doolittle, Receiver,
with legal proof thereof, within three
months from this date, or they may be
21m3 Comptroller of the Currency.