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THE iOtflOTE SpI-lM B&EJIBER' 6," 189$
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$ma Exclusively u ti
.Qver rwgity-One Million People
The "Corn Festival" will be
held at Lloyd's opera house on
Rev. J. C. Irwin writes The
I Tribune that he is at Idaho Springs
and will remain there until the 12th
or 15th inst
A. I. Davis has "abicvcle built
for two" which is proving" very pop-
jular .with those who have-not
Leading hm Cefee Workk
-The Dunbar opera company
went to Kearney on No. 2 this
John Pederhoof is having" his
residence on east Fifth street re
painted, Ries " Lemon being the
"Betsey Jane on Wheels," at
1 -CM. Newjon's.
-Fifty thousand-people attended.
the two performances of the Wildj
Pa.f oh J
learned to propel a bike.
r-R. I. Graves qualified as chief West show at Pittsburg,
of the fire department Tuesday Monday last.
evening and announced the appoint- 1-Several much needed cross
Sells tile above Coffee ment of Leo Hart as assistant chief. walSave been out in this weelc
The caucus of the "gold-bug" at the intersection of streets in the
democrats Tuesday evening result- west part of town;
ed in the selection of EL L. Walsh Thp
n " -
We Received a new line of
Do jyou need one?
If so, come and see its.
CLINTON, The Jeweler,
nuf flour mil
together with a complete line of
STAPLE in m S1K
PEOPIE "WHO COME A2TD 00.
Prices Always Seasonable.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
Paid For Country Produce.
as a delegate to tne convention held school is lmldina- a. -nicnir. at the
at Lincoln yesterday. grove ontheV Cody ranch to-dav.
Fred Marti is handling-Booth's J The attendance Is large.
brand of oysters. Booth's finest brand of oysters
The ladies' guild of the Episco- are kept in stock by Pred Marti.
pal church are preparing for a fair
which, will be given, probably, the
early part of December. Many caujrht seventv oike withThook and
fancy and useful articles are being iine. They refuse to "divulge the
tH2.dC nlnrA n-f TtrTiirli -Mi ait ttiof -rrrJ-Mi
Dr. G. R. Salisbury, the pain- success.
less dentist, will be at North Platte tTip flnrr? rnmf ka w;ii
Preshyterian Sunday- atted business bin towp.,this week.
irt1iifior n -nirnir the . r voic
Judge Ray on Wednesday even
Ing united in marriage Frank W.
Decker and Mary A. Solomon, both
of Brady Island.
Kearney Presbytery will meet Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, play jn vo o the parades at Oma-
n fTiP"PrPhvfprinn rTinrrh nf tTiis ocuu aoiu, klu ouu xotn. ieetn
city on Tuesday, Sept. 10th. a extracted without pain to the pa-
cordial invitation extended all to tient
attend. Mrs. J. B. Aveline. of Chicag-o,
has been in town for several days
A o-nno-! of men Irom ivansub
-.- to & -
wnrlri'titr onf the U. P. TOad
taxes in Kith county:?
The Ogalalla News says the
water in thSouth Platte river has
John Sawyer and John Dugan about vanished and;hundreds of fine
were out fishing- .yesterday and -Rok ftUH from the oools.
"TW" RieS-morft will orobablv
S W auv w -
ha during the state fair. They
ill 2-L 1 11 1 11 II JV"."J C
wui aLiracu attention oytneir natty .fif.en blue Wk, Patrick three
out of fifteen, Barnum nine out of
O. O. Carnahan, of Cozad, spent
yesterday in. town.
1 Geo. W. Dillard came in from
Denver this morning;.
M. C. Keith went to Omaha on
this morning's fast mail.
J. B. Jeter returned this morning
from a brief visit in Omaha.
take advantage of the excursion d QTay ior a visit in Denver.
T .i.Jr-iTTIIo TT-ir npvf wppk
, . ..T- V Zr Mrs. A. S. Baldwin left yesterday
auu viaii. 1110 urn uwmv-
At the shoot of the gun club
vesterdav Price ffot ten OUt 01
Why not get.the BEST?
Washburn's Superlative .
Has no superior no equal. It is the result of studied' im-
! provement in milling machinery the product of the hard,
excellent wheat of the north. Jf you are not usino- the
Washburn Flour, try it. It is sold by
morning; for a two weeks'
Smoke Wright's Royal Sports
and Havana Rose 5-cent cigars.
Those who expect to contribute
grain, fruit and vegetables for the
Lincoln county exhibit at the state
.fair are requested to take them to
Schatz's store at once. The exhibit
uniforms and good music
The insurance adjusters made
settlement Wednesday with Dan
and while here is making arrange- Murphy on the damage sustained
iucuus uu secure a coupie or water Ktt on- r,; cacn 4-i,Q
J ' o
rights for the Aveline land in Nich
"The Interstate . Milkmaids'
Convention" will be held in this
house and $200 on the furniture.
Manager Jloyd has booked
"The Pay Train" for October 4th,
and this is the only attraction "in
sight" until December, when we
are promised two or t three com
panies. " . .
Robt."Peale: Has of late been
! fifteen and Graves; seven out of
Four carloads of horses con
signed to Virginia passed through
to-day. As the animals are ordin-
ary range norses, local stocKmen
Miss Kate Grace left yesterday
morning for a visit with friends in
Geo. Finn, who returned from
Salt Lake Saturday, reports a very
'Ben C. Clinton left Wednesday on
a pleasure trip to St Louis and
other Missouri points.
C. F. Ormsbv is visitinc friends
AND IT HOLDS
will be shipped to Omaha Tuesday, cltJ 011 October 17th. Full of fun,
and it will take some little time to wit and humor. This entertain-
iprepare the samples for shipment. ment wiu De 8"1Yen under the aus-
The comic opera of Falka,giyen Plces or Tne u' " J1-
"by the Dunbar ooera comoanv last At a meeting held Wednesday giving
night, was fairly well attended, evening the M. W. of A. lodge of painting- and has produced several
though the audience was not as tllis citJ accepted an invitation creditable pieces of work. He is a.
large as the merits of the play de- from the Sutherland lodge to attend descen dan tof a-famous family of
manded. There are some excellent P "iog-roiling" at Hawley s grove- artists resiain in .ruuaaeipma.
singers with the company, and their near Sutherland on the 28th inst. Epworth League members and
efforts yere well received by the Levi Wolf, one of the tenants mends: Do not forget the devo-
audience last night. on the Hershey & Paxton lands, tional meeting Sunday evening at
brought to this market Wednesday seven o'clock. Topic, "Restoring the
several dozen watermelons which sisrht of one born blind." Meeting-
were superior in size to any we
have seen this season. He left one
at this office.
were wondering- how the shippers
expected' to play even on the freight in town, having arrived from Colo
charges. , . . rad0 Springs yesterday morning.
Druggist Streitz took a day off Miss Nettie Sorenson, who had
yesterday - and1, went out after been visiting- relatives in the city,
Proof of the Pudding is .
In Chewing the Bag.
' j, , . , prairie chickens, but like all other returned to Grand Island yesterday,
attention to picture ,
g-ood nunters tnis season lie re
turned empty handed, having seen
but one lone chicken. He, however,
had an opportunity to inspect the
Miss Gertrude Miller.
of Doctor Miller of Lexington, is
the guest of Miss Mabel McNamara.
Miss Amanda Weingand, of Ross
ville, accompanied by Florence
The temperature atBaker City, Stamp, arrived in the city last night,
. A Mr. Caulson, who for several
months has been one of the lessees
of the Nebraska House, has quit
that hotel and will open a restau--rant
in the Keith block on Front
street. The Nebraska House is
now being slightly remodeled pre
paratory to occupancy by Mrs.
' Jennie Armstrong. Mrs. Pitt will
If you want a can otfine oysters
call at Marti's.
will be led by Miss Babbitt,
Up to -the hour of going to
press we have not heard of any
North Platte workmen refusing to
accept national banlrnotes in pur
suance of the terms of the boycott.
Bank notes are pretty good stuff
-J. F. Brittain, of Somerset I
dropped into this, office Wednesday
open a restaurant in the room to be and reported that the corn and vine
yacated by Mrs, Armstrong. crop in that section promised to be
A meeting ot the Wild West SUpedor to that of tbe last three
0 I TT. 1 t 1
wi,00imnn v-uij seasons, jie nas promised to Dnng
m.V,HUUi HAIL Ul. UV.1U U.b IUC J UL U I - w I -T . -t J.J ....
I rr r i - r I Kronen l c Tnrnitiir mi cnma miirhliT
-Tiouse Monday eveninir. Seot. 9th. xab one 01 nis lorty rr ; k . & '"'sj
-1. a i. I-s I Dound watermelons. nne work tnese days, his large
av. - v auaip. j. t uuis meeting
the report of the board of directors The school statistics of Lincoln
relative to the building of the track county, which, are published else
will be received. By order of the where, give some information that
will be news to nearly all our read
ers. The fact that the average
yearly term of school for the coun
try districts is seven and one-half
months is in itself an excellent
J. B. McDonald, Secy.
William Coleman, the gentle
manly superintendent of the water
works, returned to the city Wednes
day night accompanied by a bride,
having been married at Des Moines,
Iowa, Tuesday. The couple im-
mediately took possession of the J. painting tne coming; scnool year.
S. Clinton house on east Third An expert artist will direct the class
street upon their arrival. The and a liberal share of the public pat-
many friends of Mr. Coleman will ronage is respectfully solicited.
Photographer Broach is finish
ing a 20x40 inch photograph of the
Cody ranch. m By the way, Mr.
pictures being especially clear and
The statue of Colonel. Cody,
which .was executed by a sculptor!
Oregon, at eight o'clock this morn
ing- was 32, which is pretty good
freezing weather. In this city it
was 54. Obseryer Piercy's forecast
for to-morrow is cool, cooler in the
morning, with danger of a light
frost. . "
Henry Fredrickson, of Fre
mont, now holds five state bicycle
records They are the one-half
mile paced.in 1:00 2.-5; tinpaced halt
mile in l:0o; one mile competition
in 2:12; one-half mile competition
in 1:05, and the quarter mile com
petition in 32$, seconds. Fredrick
son is oyer jiftnva his week par
ticipating in-races. r. '
Morgan Dayis is this week
moving his household goods from
Wellfleet to this city. The family
will come over'next week. Mr.
at Lodge Pole, arrived in this city Davis hzs beea iarm w near Well
: i a n i 1 ., I .
The Sisters of the Nativity con
vent will conduct a special class in
unite with The Tribune in wishing
him and his wifeTi lifeiull of years,
happiness and prosperity.
rablet 5x8 inches one cent at
the Book Store.
this week, and after being; exhib
ited at the state fair will be brought
back to this city and placed in the
park at the depot.
The great debate between Hon.
Roswell G. Horr, of New York, and
William H. Harvey, of Illinois, for
sale at C. M. Newton's.
Next Sunday at the Church of
Our Saviour there will be the usual
holy communion service at 7:45 a.
fleet for the past eight years with
rather poor success, and has con
cluded to g-lve up the unequal
struggle. He is one of .North
Platte's old citizens and we are
glad to welcome his return to the
re-arranging- papers m
-the office of the clerk of the district
court yesterday, Geo. C. Stoddard eadl side of the nose' and in danger-
ran across the papers of the first ous Proxnmty to the eyes. This is
case docketed in the district court the second fime Mr- Bal has had
of Lincoln county. The suit was shot enter his head'
brought to recover money on a Mrs. H. T.-Rice had quite an
seven hundred dollar note executed exciting experiencewith a lamp one
by Tod Randall and Peniston & evening the early part of the week.
Miller to W. M. Hinman. The Returning from a near neighbor's
papers in the case were filed April house she found that the shade of
25th, 1868. Charles McDonald was the lamp she had lighted before
county clerk at that time. " going- out had caught fire. In at-
Doctor Aley, the Lincoln temPtinff to extinguish the flames
snecialist. riKits T-nrfli TMaff-tiie lamP was overturned, the oil
m. Morning- prayer, baptism and
The report which reached this confirmation at 10:30, and evening
city regarding- the accidental shoot- prayer at 8 o'clock. Bishop Graves
ing of H. S. Boal, now of J Slack, will preach morning arid evening-.
Wyo., was greatly exaggerated. -A local carpenter is now en-
The injury sustained by Mr. Boal gaged-in -making the frame work
was the entrance of one shot on for the facade of the Lincoln countv
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exhibit .at the state fair. The
Harry Langdon, who had been 2Z
visiting his parents in this city for
.several weeks, returned to Denver
Mrs. Sam'l Smith went to Platts
mouth, Neb, Wednesday night.
being called there by the serious
illness of her parents.
Mrs. Anderson and two daughters
who had been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Dick Williams, left for their home
in Chicago yesterday.
Mrs. H. C. Nesbitt and children,
who had been visiting- relatives
Ohio for several months,
to the city Wednesday.
Miss Mary E. Hosford and mother
left yesterday for a visit in Crete,
the former to remain about a week
and the latter indefinitely.
Isaac Dillon and son Sidney left
this morning for the Dillon & Collin
ranch in northeastern Wyoming to
be present at the fall round-up.
S. K. Ross, a former railroad man
of this city, but now running a
train out of Rawlins, Wyo., has
been visiting friends in town for a
day or two and looking after his
real estate interests.
F. B. Warner, who returned from
We have added a nice line ofL
Glassware and Buttons
and can save you money on these lines as well as on
everything else we handle. This proves -it:
Four dozen agate buttons for. . 1 Cent
All sizes Pearl Buttons, 5 Cents a dozen
No. i common Lamp Chimneys, 4 cents
No. 2 common Lamp Chimneys, 5 cents
No. 2 heavy . Lamp Chimneys, 12 cents
No. 2 Rochester Lamp Chimneys, 7 cts.
No. 3 Rochester Lamp Chimneys, 14 cts. -No.
8 all copper Wash Boilers for 1.89
Corn Knives for 22 cents
g: This is only a sample of the prices we give. We
handle a full line of Furnishing Goods, Notions, Shoes, 3
j: Stationery,' Tinware,;. Glassware; etc. You lose money
g every time you buy a cent's worth anywhere else. 5
THE WILCOX DEPT. STORE,!
NORTH PLATTE, NEB. f
first door south of Streitz's drug store. 32
Caucus and Primaries.
A caucus of the republican of the
First ward will be held at the hose
house in said ward on Thursday Omaha last night, sa
evening-next, at eisrnt o'clock, tor of that cifv
tne purpose of nominating dele
gates to the county convention.
The primaries will be held Satur
day afternoon, September 14th; at
which a full precincttticket .will, be
nominated'-in' addition to -tlietelec-tion
of delegates. . Republicans are
requested to attend both the caucus
and the primaries. jVv
Jko. Sorenson, Precint Com.
MOS I o DELICIOUS o COFFEE o IN o THE o WORLD '
ments for entertaining a verv lanre
crowd at the state fair. There is
every indication that they will
ry month. His nest regular visit
will be Monday and Tuesday,
Sept 9th and 10th. He stops at
the Hotel Neville. If you contem
plate leaving home for treatment,
consult him before deciding.
Mr. and Mrs. H, C. Rennie were
became ignited and matters looked
rather dubious for a brief period.
Mrs. Rice succeeded in smothering
the flames before much
design, which was drawn by J. B.
McDonald, consists of a frame
about fifty feet in length, and eight I
feet six-inches in height. In the
center of this is an archway, to be
surmounted by one of Cody's stuffed
buffaloes. The frame will be fes
tooned with grain and grasses,
wnicu work Has, we believe, been
,1 1 i J 1. n n n - I ... .
uC1C5aLcu lo iv. r . oeeoerger ana September Uth. berinninr at nine
J. B. McDonald. On the inside of o'clock. Pupils conditioned in any
the enclosure will be placed the part of last year's work will take
collective exhibit, and also the examination at same time.
statue of Buffalo Bill. o v ..tw1
George Austin is running the 80
while the 842 is in the shops being
The 1201 found a short rail in the
east end of the yard TVednesday
night, and the tender is now in the
shop receiving repairs.
Engine 642 was taken in the shops
7 HARRINGTON & T0BIN, SOLE AGTS. NORTH PLATTE, ffi&f
and tbe display at Schatz's store,
where the exhibits are being packed
is a magnificent one. JSbrth Platte
people who know but little of the
quality and sizept grain and veget
ables grown by ditch farmers will
do well to drop into Schatz's store
I 3 Xl 1 1 1 ...
and Mrs. Rennie T" loOK at uie aisPlaJ-But
about ten o'clock ou saoma ao 11 lmcK. wr many ot
the oest specimens are being
Samples for the Lincoln county
exhibit at the state fair have been
very much taken by surprise last cominST in pretty lively this week,
Saturday night That date was
"the tenth anniversary of their mar
riage and while the couple were
down town in the evening, a, num
ber of friends appeared at the Ren
nie home and with .the aid of the
girl servant secreted themselves in
one room. Mr.
and shortly thereafter made uren-
arations to retire for the mVlif. packed.
They were almost ready for bed The statistical report of the Y.
when they were almost paralyzed M. C. A. for August is as follows:
by a loud beating upon tin pans in Renewals, 8; withdrawn or dropped
appearance of those who had se J members, 14; present paid member-
creteathemselves. Mr. and Mrs. ship, 234; attendance at men's meet
Rennie soon recovered from the ings, 129; number of visits to rooms,
auua. auu iiui.ccuea xo entertain lali Datns taken, 442; number of
their guests m right royal style, visits of secretary to shops, yards,
t- r t r it x ' - . I - . . . J
xeiure uie guests presented etc., 14; to sick and injured. 3; let-
thehost and hostess with an in- ters written in rooms, 125; books
fanfs bath tub, an article which drawn from library, 173; papers on
up tp date has not been needed in file in reading room dnripg- mpntli,
the Kenme iioine. maras.mes, 16. ' H. B. Bfrs
Notice of Examination.
The examination for admission
to all departments of the North
Platte oublic schools will be helH nf
the Central building on Wednesday, esterday and while being repaired
wmo nuuuu. wm manipulate tne
throttle on the 649.
Business on the "Wyoming division
of the Union Pacific has increased
so much that additional forces have
been made necessary.
Engine -553, which has been sta
tioned at Sidney as an extra switch
- "JSCONOMT IS Tvl&I&r
We are the People who have
The. BEST FLOUR,
The BEST OOFFHE,
The BEST TEA,
Tne finest grades of everything in the Grocery Line
in the City; always fresh and at prices that
r HAERINGTON & TOBIN. -
yesterday fpr repairs.
Night Vvatchmau Sawyer went
to Gothenburg on a fishing excur
sion a few days ago and returned
wjtlf a fine string of pike.
Express agent McGovern had one
of the busiest days of the season
yesterday, In addition to the usual
baggage the Dunbar company had
some twenty odd trunks, and the
receipts ot fruit were very heavy.
Some of the boys wish it an
nounced that Win. Ryan has been
promoted from the cinder-pit to the
position of a first-class able bodied
engine wiper, with all the profits,
honors and emoluments thereof.
Young ladies will especially make
no,epf this fact.
Geo. H. West, of Greeley, Col.'
who was one ot the original owners
of the North Platte irrigation canal,
has a scheme on hand to construct
in Logan county, Colo., a reservoir
to hold 1,500,000,000 gallons of
water which will irrigate 300,000
acres of land in that county. The
water will be taken from the South ;
Platte and stored during the winter
months. The plan is said to be
YORK HOLIER KILLS.
First Premium Hour Nebraska State Fair
of 18 S4.
J. H. Bush, of the Front street
feed store, has been appointed
agent for these mills at this point,
with express stipulations to offer
to consumers their various produc
tions at very low prices. A full
stock on hand. Call and see it.
b ull stock of North Platte flour
also carried with same stipulation
as to price.- m .
Your Wheels ?
-r-Art Plummer, pf IVIaxyvell, is
transacting business in town today.
cr-The county commissioners
Jiave been in session for a few days
nast. -but uo to last even in"- the
clerk fiad not written up the pro-
ceechngs. - ' '
Taken up by the undersigned on
Ninth street, in the city ot North
Platte, on the 1st day of September,
1895, one short-horned black bull.
uwner can nave same by proving
property and paying charges.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
in the post ofHc& at North Platte, Neb.,
for the week ending September 1, lbvo.
Ailbright, A C Smytfao, L E
Cornell, W H Spencer, John
Downing, Geo Williams, S It
Huffman, G H Wood, George
Madison, Sarah E Wilson, Luurn
Persons calling for above will pioaso say
Hnrfvm-f crl " M. V. IJr.ATTJ. Piwfmnifnr
Not those in your head, but
almost any other variety.
sffiS. it they are not. working
s7V smoothly theu they are in
want ot repair.
In this Age of Wheels
the fellow who does not take good
care of hi3 machine gets left be
causo ho js not right m the raco
Lamaster the Locksmith
does the best wheel work west of
Kearney. He also does repairing
of any kind of machinery, from
a watch to a-thrcshing machine.
His Prices are Right.
Shop one door east of First Natfl Bank.
School Building For Sale,
The school house and furniture
in district No. 11, Lincoln county,
will be sold at public auction on
the premisee at one o'clock p. m..
on Wednesday, bept. I8th. 1895,
The purchaser can have until Jan..
1, 1896, to pay for the same bv '"iv.
ing approved security; or a;discount
of three per cent will be made- for
cash at time of sale.
702 F. L. Terry, Director. '
Hershey & Co's.
t SMOKERS t
In search of a good cigar
will always find it at J.
F. Schinalzried's. Try
them and judge.