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THE MM! HAfTE SMl-WMKM TRIBUM; ERIDAT EVENMG, MFEMBER 1, 1895.
Alleged Wife of the Arch CrimiBaJ
Takes (he Stand.
FOURTH DAY OF THE TEIAL
First WitBeas'Preved to Be a lively toe.
Invariably deferred to tlie PrisoBer
am "the Individual" AmEcd
'Eves Holmes, . ,
Philadelphia, Oct. 31. When the
privileged persons had "been permitted
to eater the court room in "which the
trial of Holmes is proceeding, there ap
peared to be almost as many "women as
men present. 3Icst of them had seats
in the space- usually reserved for -witnesses.
Holmes, as calm and unmoved
as ever, -was .placed in the dock at JO
o'clock. His counsel promptly-vent to
him and a lpng,and earnest colloquy en
sued. 'Hdlhigsfflatalosfc of thetalMng,
and vras apparently offering suggestions
or perhaps giving orders. He appeared
to l)e "brighter and more- cheerful than
at anyame since; the trial began, . ana?
after Ms counsel liad resnmnd their seats
he chatted and laughed :vith two court
officers stationed nest td the little cage
in -which he sat. " "
The first -witness of the day proved to
beia lively one. This "was Sidney L.
Samuels, a member of the bar of Port
Worth, Tex., a young, cleanly shaven
nsan, -with a twinkling ye. and the ut--mofit
self possession. He spoke quickly
"and sharply and invariably referred to
Holmes as "the individual." This
amused even Holmes, -who smiled
Tbroadly -whenever the term -was used.
District Attorney Graham produced the
note identified by Mrs. Pitzel yesterday
jjirthe one Holmes pretended to pay at
fhp St. Xiouis bank and for "which purr
poso he took $5,000, from her. Mr. Samr
"pels said the bedy of the note "was in his
.handwriting. In the latter part of
April dt early in May, 1834, he said
there -was in Fort "Worth a man known
ns-H. H. Pratt. It was "this indivitL
"gaL" He was overseeing the erection
of. a. rstory structure as agent for Ben?
on T. Lyman, the supposed owner,
ratt came to tho witness and tried to
;negotiate a loan,. The note was never
f ndorsed per the loan made, however.
Inspector Gerry of the jnsurnnce oom
pany was recalled, Mr. Graham saying
he proposed to prove by him that
Holmes -was a much married man, and
Ithat Miss Yoke was -net his lawful -wife
-as he asserted, and is, therefore, incom
petent to testify,
'vThe defense entered a formal object
vfion to nil the evidence of Mr. Gerry
Concerning Miss Yoke, but were over-
, At this point a side door in the room
was opened and Miss Yoke, or Mrs.
Howard, the alleged wife, was ushered
in. She was at once called to the stand,
iand gave her testimony- in a whisper,
' which was interpreted by the crier. For
fho 'first rime Holmes broke down. He
.igazed steadily at her for a few seconds,
ihisfhands twitched nervously ami hps
opened and closed, but she carefully
avoided meeting his-cyes. - rlrrsttd - - 4
;denly bent forward over the little
desk in his dock and tears began to
trickle down his cheeks. Ho drew Ids
handkerchief out and for a moment or.
two sobbed. Then quickly recovering,
himself, he dried his eyes and bowed his
XL end, busfly engaged himself with his
-notes, but still occasionally giving a sob.
Sheriff Smith Aked to Explain.
Apsnx, Tex., Oct. 81. Governor Culr
bersonkas .sent a. fdegram fo Sheriff
Sputh of 'Tyler, anenf the burning of
.f he -negro rapist .there, The governor
wires the sheriff that it was his duty to
protect the prisoner at whatever cost
and demanded of him an explanation as
to -why ho did not do it. He further
says that he trusts the sheriff will per
mit nothing to deter him from the per
formance of his duty in promptly ar
resting all parties participating in tho
mob and bringing them before an ex
amining court at once. The governor
adds that in case the sheriff cannot do
this unassisted, he will take pleasure -in
lending executive assistance, but "that
tho mob must be apprehended at once.
Sirlndler In the Tolls.
Chicago, Oct. 31. O. "W. Prior, who
has an office at 187 La Salle street, was
arrested on a bench warrant from the
federal district court and held for trial
5ri the sum of $1,500. Prior was in
dicted by tho grand jury last week on a
charge of using the mails for the fur
therance of a fraudulent scheme. He
gent out circulars under the name of tho
United States Press association asking
'for correspondents, and promising a
rich reward forall news sent to his al
leged association. He wanted $50 ad
mission fee to his association, and of
fered a commission and a badge in ex
change for the $50.
Case of Alleffed. Train "Wrecker.
Lincoln,- Oct. 3i. In district court
the case of tho alleged train wrecker,
George "Washington Davis, has been set
for trial :Nov. 6. At the previous trial
if was discovered that some one had at-.
tempted to tamper with the jury, and
the result -was a mistrial. Davis is ac
- rosed of having ditched a Rock Island
train a year ago last August, by which
1 lives were'lest.
Mica Tlajrlor Indicted.
."Washington-, Oct- 3L-Miss Flagler,
daughter of General Flagler, ""Whose
shooting and killing of a negro boy.ifho
yns stealing fruit several -months ago,
created a sensation, was indicted today
Skot Has "Wire rati HiiuselL
Gheen Springs, O., Oct. 31. Bert
Fox shot Ms -wife and then turned the
revolver on himself with fatal results.
Haln Came When Needed.
-.Coluxbus, Oct. 31. -Rain today is
general-over Ohio. Wheat necdsitbadly.
Jebie Traced j- alt ead. CHy.
JdCtxt, S.D., Oct.31. At; about
noofiPred Crocker murdered his ads
tress, JCiss Louisa. Moore, alias Johnson,
ad then with the sameweape. took his
own life. The trajjredy occarred in an
upper story of a building osi Main street.
Can fleam the A astral ins. !
Ttxaxjcaxa, Ark., Oct. 31. Sheriff
Houpt and Depaty Sheriff Cooper, who.
were seat here to raest the Jrtaam- ,
aos parry &d convey the at safely tcr
Vint, SnnnM . malaBia 4Ua 1 I .1 .
CLXVXLAXD THE XZCXST.
Prerideat Cegrats3ates 3feir Twrfc 'Scsm
crate LetUrKtri r SB.
Albant, ST. Y., Oct. 31. Tiers -was
a&iatereetiBg feature of the. Democratic
Kiaas meeting here that ynm
os the bin. Tke featare o? the asectiag-
ws to be tke presence c Senator Hill,
who -was to make a lengthy addresp.
The meeting was preceded, over by Con
gressman Charles Traety, personal
friend of President Cleveland, and this
may have accounted for the incident.
ax any rate, wniie tne secretary was
reading the usual number of regrets,
Senator Hill caused a sensatios. by read
ing this one:
"Washington, Oct. 30.
General Charles Tracey, Albas?, N. Y.
I have your letter and beg job. to coa
reyto my Albany friends and former
neighbors at the Democratic ratufcatioa
meeting this evening my congr&tulatiosi
on the wise and patriotic declarations I
their state platform concerning tk lead
ing questions before the American peejus
and the assurance of my earnest wkk ir
tne success of our excellent state ticket.
. 'When the vast audience of over 3,000
people had recovered from the surprise
that the telegram seemed to caase, there
was a cheer that very nearly rent the
building in twain, and this conturaei
for some time-. Senator Hill smiled and
joined in the applause with a hearty
good -will, and this seemed to encourage
the a'udience to renew it again and
again. Senator Hill was received with
vociferous applause when he rose tc
speak. In a great measure ho repeated
his New York speech upon the issues oi
Heady to Handle Trailer's Cause.
"Washington, Oct. SI. The state de
partment has notified Mrs. "Waller that
any statement she "wishes to make 01
any papers she desires to file in her hus
band's behalf should be done immedit
ately because of the desire of the de?
paitment to tako up the case for consid.
prariofl. Attorney Crammond Kennedy,
who is acting for her, say x he infers from
this that the record in the case has been
received at the department, but he h
no positive information to that effect.
3Ian duma Against Carlisle.
vashingtq!, Oct. 81. judgp Brad--ley
granted a peremptory piandanrcf
against Secretary Carlisle on the com
plaint pf Charles Q. "Water of Little
Rock. Waters -was distriot attorney
and brought suits in internal revenue
eases, but the cases were never brought
to trial, and although the fees, amount
ing to $605, were certified by the United
States judge, the secretary held that
under tho law he could not examine an 8
pass upon the'ap.ocunt,
Editor Jnttcrson Sned Fur label,
Dexveb, Oct, 31, Hon- Thomas M.
Patterson, proprietor of the Rocky
Mountain News, was arrested on a
charge of criminal libel preferred by the
officers of the Denver Tramway com'
pany. The complaint is found in The
News of Tuesday, wluoh says juries in
pases where the tramway company, is
defendant aro systematically corrupted.
Damages amounting to $200,000 are
Endeavor Meetlnff at Tc Molnei.
Des Moines, Oct. 81. The state con
vention of the Young People's Socierr
- f Clirisrian Endeavor has turned out tc
be a bigger affair than was expected
The 1,500 accredited delegates arc
nearly all here, together with more than
l.OOO' visitors. Dr. F. E. Clark, the
originator of the movement, addressed
3,000 people who were crowded intc
Message Must He on Company Ilia. trie
Pierre. S. D., Oct. 31. The supreme
court handed down a decision, the ef.
feet of -which is that tho "Western Union
Telegraph compauy is net compelled tc
receive a message for transmission un-,
less it is written on ft blank of tho cenv
pany. It was on n test cafe involving
the reasonableness of the demands oi
the company on the printed blanks.
George Gould Boqut m Bex.
New York, Oct. 31. At the sale oi
boxes for the coming horse show nearly
every man of social prominence in the
city was present. The bidding for boxes
was spirited and the first lot sold aver
aged about $500 each, Among the pur
chasers were George Gould, box 58, foi
$525; Ogden Gillett, box 34, $475, and J.
R. Kerncchan, box 63, $450.
Jockey Club Goes Oat of HalBes.
St. Loins, Oct. 31. Owing to the
stringent antibetting laws passed at tho
last session of the Illinois legislature.,
the East St. Louis Jockey club has dg
jaded fo go out of business on Kov. 1,
JiXi the property in East St. Louis is be
ing disposed of and the track will be
vacated on that date.
atal Fight of Colored Girl.
Des Moines, Oct. 31. Nellie "Wella
Hunia Dickens, two colored girls, aged
15 and 16 respectively, quarreled over a
lover. Nellie drew a dirk and stabbed
Huma four times in the back and once
in the arm. She -will die. Nellie is
Carlisle Registered CoringtoH.
Covington, Ky Oct. 31. Secretary
Carlisle registered here and said he
-would return next Tuesday to vote. He
declined all request to speak in Ohio
and Kentucky and left for "Washington,
where he will be at his office as usuaL
Missing "With Republican' Msey.
Lebanon, Pa., Oct, 31. JSTajbr R,.
Prank Hean, chairman of the Iepublir
pan" committee, is missing with $lCf,000,
Major Hean is 3 veteran of the war and
for many years was confidential olerk oi
Robert Coleman, the millionaire.
.Xftckay Pays the Claim.
New York, Oct. 31. Edward S.
Stockes received a check for $10,370
from John "W. Mackayin settlement of
the litigation about the old United
lines Telegraph company.
Uroker CmhbKi Suicide.
Yiexxa, Oct. 31. Jack Srtzka, a
broker well known in the raining. Mar
ket here, committed suicide by shooting
Schnfcldt Distillery Trsufemi.
Chicago, Oct. 31. Leases have been
filed in the county recorder's ofScebv
which John McNulta, as receiver of the
Distilling and Cattle Feeding company,
gives over to the use of the Asericax
Spirits Manufacturing company the
property known ae the Schaf eldt distil
lery for the term of years esdiag Oct. 1,
1912, and Hoyd E. Jenison, as prendcat
of the Distilling asd Cattle Feaiiag
company, conveys the same in a secoad
lease! . The lea provides that the jrof-
erty eoncerned. be need for niatflhiig
BigFiglit Did Jet Tike Race at Ik
Springs as Schednletl.
ABE EEABTPOEic ITEWDML
iehate BettreeH tieTire Slsggcrslis Xet
Tet Eadea We ly "WarBetwecmTar
tisajis ef Ettth Me Ot t-r the Arrest
Hot Springs, Oct. 31. All chance of
a Sght here today has paBedf aad there
is a stroHg protability that the whole
affair may be pat off until Kane day "be
tween the 7th and 10th. There was lit
tle hope for the big Sght expressed by
the crowds about the hotels today, and
little interest was manifested ia the
day's program outlined by the fight
managers. The general opinion was
that the affair had simmered down to a
bit of drama, and that (DorbettanrTFit?
suHaoos "were not likely to meet m
other than a legal battle, and not out
side "of an Arkansas court room. Early
in the day preparations were made for
Corbett's appearance at "Wliittington.
park. -The champion was fitted to ap
pear in the ring about noon, make a
short and -ancomplimeniary speech re
garding the absent Etasiinmoas aad,
after fulfilling his part of the contract
by offering to fight, to leave the town.
A large share of tho Hot Springs popu
lation started for the park about day
light, and waited with patience for the
outcome of the affair.
It wasreported that Corbettand Brady
would leave during the afternoon for
Little Rock, where they would give
Governor Clarke an opportunity to put
them on trial. Corbettwas invisible all
the forenoon. His backers guarded
their man with great care, and furnished
plenty of mystery for the hotel crowds.
The arrest of Pitzsimmons was the
cause of a deal of discussion and criti
cism by partisans of both sides. The peo
ple claimed that Ktarimmopshad given
himself into the governor's hand owing
to nerve failure, but the Australian's
sympathisers put the matter in an alto
gether different- light. The fact that
Joe Yendig had gone to meet the fighter
with the Hot Springs sheriff was com
mented 01 freely, and Fitzshnmons peo
ple reasserted that, knowing the man's
hatred, for Yendig, TEe" Corbett people
had deliberately put up the game to
prevent ffitzsimmons from arriving in
Hot Springs and claiming the $2,500 for
feit. Lxttxj-, Rock, Oct. 81. Rob Rtzsim
mons and Manager Julian came in this
morning at 9:40 from Pino Bluff in
charge of Sheriff Dillard of Miller coun
ty, and Deputy Sheriff Jesse Heard of
Little Rock. The party were at once
driven to the Capilal hotel, and Julian
and the New Zealander were inter
viewed a few moments after their ar
rival. Julian says that Brady's state
ment that his man had rushed into Gov
ernor Clarke's officers at Texarkana is
utterly false. He explained that he and
Fitzsunmons were in charge of Sheriff
Houpt from Marshall, and that- Houpt
was positive in his assertion that he
would get them safely through to Hot
Springs. Houpt had a warrant for their
arrest, and they liad nothing to do bu
go with him. "When Sheriff Dillard.
placed the fighter and manager- Tender-
arrest Sheriff Houpt TVf 91s0 arrested.
If Corbett will not agree to the new
match to come off .Friday, Julian soys
he will make any concession necessary
to get a fight.
Titzsimmons will fight Mm fer $10,
000 a side or he will fight him for noth
ing. The only stipulation that Julian
will make is that the fight shall be to a
finish. Should Pitzsimmons and Julian
be released without delay they cannot
pcssibly get to Hot Springs before night-,
and as Corbett will then be in Little
Rock, there is""no possible show of a
It is given out as authentic that the
big event will occur tomorrow.
Jadgmeat Against the Barllagtea.
Lincoln, Oct. 31. In the district
court Imogen Rowell recovered a judg
ment of $2,000 from the Burlington rail
way for the killing of her husband in a
wreck near Edison, Pumas county, on
June 2. Her husband, Charles C. 31.
Rowell, was a fireman on one of the en
gines of the company, and 6n that date
ran into a washout and was killed. He
was 36 years of ago and left a wife and
a 11-year-old daughter. .
D ARMENIANS TO BE EXEC LTED.
i;paoVUfy Fer tke Xrceat Xietiaglke
Constantinopie, Oct.'Sl. A sensa
tion has been.caused here by the report,
generally believed to be correct, that
three Armenian notabilities of Trebi
z6nd, including a prominent ecclesiastic,
are to be executed on the ground that
they are responsible for the recent riot
ing there. -
According to statements made in Ar
menian circles about 800 Armenians
were killed during-the Sghting at Bitlis
with the Turks. The loss of thp latter
is said to be trifling.
Advices from. Moosh .say that the
leading Armenisne of that locality have
been conferring with tho representative
Tarks of that city and neighborhood as
to the means to be adopted in order to
preveat the outbreak there of disorders
similar to those which have occurred re
cently in different parts of Armenia, and
which have resulted in much bloodshed.
It is added that the Turks stipulated
that the American missionaries who aro
distributing relief to the suffering peo
ple of Sassoun withdraw from this in
three days, otherwise, the Turkish nota
bilities claim, they fear there will be a
massacre such as has just occurred at
In view of the critical situation of
affairs outlined above, the.Unired States
ambassador, Mr. Alex Terrell, has ad
vised the American. imssioBarks to
withdraw temporarily from 'Sassoun.
At- the same fime Mr. Terrell has noti
fied the Turkish, goverameat that the
United States will hoM itrespoBsTbte for
the lives of the Arseric&n missionaries.
The United States ambassador has taken
a firm stand in the matter, and nothing
wfilbeleft usdose which will in any
war ensnre thesafetrof themisaonarks.
Xaasiaa Trasfw C'e Herat rat itr.
Bexmn. Oct. 31. Great activity pre
vaik a m&g the Rnniann troops cm the
Austrian and Armeauo. fgontiers. It
that two armr eon are eon-
Seke &A.1K. TJ. Strike.
Waington, Oct. Si. Attorney Gon
eral Haraaoa made aa argiQai ia the
United States smfreme coftrt ia the case
of W. H. de, JmmcJkm ad Phillip
Siakwood against the United States.
The plaintiffs in errors were identified
with the strike in California in 1804 and
uQjer sentence of 18 mouths' imprison
aaestnpoBL the charge of conspiring to
obstruct the United States mails. Col
onel Robert Christie appeared for the
VertKet Fer tke Hemestalsc Ceapaay. !
Deadwoo, Oct." '3L In the suit of
Mrs. Bridget McETeever against the
Homestake Mining company for 50,000
for the death of her husband in the
Hoaeetake mine aboat two years ago
by fallisg down a shaft, the jury re
taraed a Terdict for the defendant on
JSig luieriunjg jranare.
XiEWArxEK, Oct. 3L The wholesale
clothing store of L A Shalman, oa.
f Broadway, passed into the hands of
mortgagees, unauei mongages were
jDed by the firm amounting to $38,000.
Xatkeraas OrgaalxtagHhe Teaag.
PrrrsBCKG, Oct. 31. Five hundred
delegates from all parts of the country
met here to form a national association
of young people's societies of the Luth
eran church of the United States.
Fatal Sailer Explesles.
London DEPOT,Ky.,Oct. 31. A boiler
ia theXeedmxn mill, Owsley county, ex
ploded, instantly killing Matthew Hern-
don and a boy named Fields and seri
ously wounding two ethers.
West era Pestataeter Appelated.
Washington, Oct. 31. Edward Jacot
was commissioned postmaster at "Wat
TJPTURJC IX TILE WHEAT MARKET.
Fractionally Lower Start Followed
Utile Balge Later la tke Say.
Chicago. O t. 31. Whuat started at a "de
cline of from Ytp, to 5c t roffl yesterday's close,
tao bear factors belaif pretty pood rains ia tho
-wiater wheat belt and tho decline of Id at Liv
erpool A reaction set in later and the price
was lc higher than at tho clo-so of yesterday.
December soldjat 5S? to 58'-$ Hp to cSJgC -3
Cora opeaed stroag oa the wet weather,
which will can-M) lower grading and retard tha
co an try movement.
Oats were firmer.
Provisions were slightly easier on the weak
H ess in hog3 at the yards.
WHEAT October. 5Jc; November. 59c;
DecemlKsr, 59& 46 c: May. SljaSic
CORN October, 3Jc; 2OTemer, 8J29c
December. 8j: Janaary.57c; May. 28.
OATS OctoberJSc ; November, ISlfiic;
December. ISIBJSc: May, 2c
POKE October, 10; December. $9.15; May,
LARD October, e.52; December, te57;
January, 55.67 : May, 13.87.
RIBS October, H.45;3ovember,t4 i 5; Jan
nary, .90; Hay, RS0.
Chicago X4-re Stock.
CHICAGO, Oct. 3L HOGS Receipts, 37.0C0
head; leftover. 7.603 head; market fsirly ac
tive: early advaace lost; light. $3303.&:
mired packers, J3.3533.7i); heavy,
CATTLE Receipts, U0J0 head, including
2,50JTexans aad5 9tX) weitf rns: market steady;
beeves, faCOa.23; cows and heifers, ?1.2j3--K);
Texaas, 2.6o(5KE; westerns. 4,00 ; stock-
ersand feeders, 203.85.
SHEEP Heceipts. 12.00J head: market Sirs.
SeHth Omaha live Stock.
South Omaha, Oct. XL CATTLB-Keceipts.
2,000 head; market steady; active; nil sold.;
native beef steers, J3-50;25.2i: -western slews,
$2.75 312J; Texas stesrs, JilS(gW3; oiiws and
heihTS, t2.403.03; camer J.:5S25: stock
ed xtnd feeders, $2.63.85: calves, J2.OXS5.50;
bnlU. stpsx etc $ltS0(33,73-
E03-Eeceipts,.4U)i-l: market 5c high
er; closed weak; heavy, J3.a&33.5a; mixed. J3.SJ
5Ct40:li2Bt. plg r275:3aS5; balk
of tales. f&353.4v.
SHEEP Receipts, 10) head; market steady;
fair to choice natives. J2. 003(3.00; fair to choice
western, $2.00.2.83 ; common and. stock shenp
J1.7Ss2.Cj; lambs, J3.0a3i.23.
Anedotes of Hamphrey Marshall,
Soldier and Congressman.
Edward J. McDermott, in an article
entitled "Fun on the Stump" in The
Century, relates tho following :
Just before the war Humphrey Mar
shall was a great debater in congress.
During the war he was a Confederate
general. He was very large and stout
a veritable Falstaff. At the breaking
out of the war lie wrote to an officer 0?
the north and warned him not to. invade
the sacred soil of EentucJky, for if he
did he would have topsu-sover tho dead
body of Humphrey JIarsha J, The north
ern office replied t "Dear general, we
WQnHpags over your dead body. We
prefer to tunnel through.
After the war the general had a good
practice, but he was extravagant and
often in need of money. Once he was
dogged by a collector who had been put
off dozens of times. At last the collector
paid: "General, you have said to me
time after time: 'I cannot pay you this
week. Come next. ' Now, I can's afford
to be coming here all the time. Ton
must fix the day. "When will you be able
to pay me?" "D n it, sir," said the
general, "do yonthink lam aprophet?"
When the general was runninjr for
congress against Jtfr. Blank, after tho
war, fie tried to draw out Mr, Blank's
exact opinions by a close debate on the
stump. In such sn, intellectual conflict
few men could compete with Humphrey
Marshall Mr. BlamX parried and fenced
as well as he could- "Finally Marshall
said one evening in his ponderous tones
and impreive manner:
"Fellow citiaens, 1 have tried to pin
Mr. Blank down and make him give me
9, fair statement of, his opinions and
principles, but he Sits about so nimbly
that it is impossible to follow him in an
argument. In dodging a debate he re
minds me of a bobolink flitting along a
zigzag worm fence, hopping or flying,
first on one side of the fence and then
on the other, until the mind is bewil
dered, aed it is impossible to tell on
which side he is at any moment"
There are few clergymen or priests
in this city who have the wide acquaint
ance and influence of Father Dneeyof
St Leo's Earn an Catholic charch.
Father Dscey's influence is by np means
limited to persoss of nis own faith. A
friend recently told se a. story illus
trating the priest's Methods. According
to my friend, Father Dncey entered
Delmonico's cafe cae night not long
ago and walking ap "to a party of
wealthy gentlemen seated at one of the
tables said: "I have just come from a
"visit to a family, ore member of wiica.
i at the poiat of. dmtk. The family is
destitute. I wat $1 03 from yoa gestle
mm." Ih a moment mck member of
the party had Jbasied the priest a bank
note, aed he walked mk with the $100,
which he took, althoafSi it was almost
Hidsight, directly ta 3j afiieted fam
ily .Hot oae of the Jfen who contrib-
tbespAer was iCthXew
U. P. TIME TABLE.
No. Atlantic Express "Dept li:10 a. m.
.Vo.4 Fasfilail 815 a.m.
No. 2 Limited " 90 a. a.
No. 2S Freight....- " 7.-0O a. m.
No. 18 Freight " 6A0 p. at.
No. 22 Freight " 40 A. 31.
OOCIO WEST MOUXTA1K XDUC.
No. 7 Pacific ExorcsE Dept 7J0.V. M
No. 1 Limited..., " lli p. jj
o.21 KreiKht " 30 p. a
No. 23 Freight - feiOA. M
N. B. OLDS. Apent.
TjlRENCH & BALJJWIN,
NORTH PLATTE, - - 2TEBRASKA.
Office over N.P Ntl. Bank.
pRIMES & "WILCOX,
rJOETH PLATTE, ... NEBRASKA.
Office over North Platto NatioD&l Bank.
K. N. F. DONAIJ)SON,
Assistant Snrgeon Union Pac.fic E?"-"
. and ilember of Pension Board,
NORTH PLATTE, - - - NEBRASKA.
Office over Streitz's Drug Store.
M. EVES, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
NORTH PLATTf, ... NEBRASKA
Office: Neville Block. Disease of Women
and Children a Specialty.
A. P. EZTTELL. F. H. BENSON.
Kittell & Benson,
Prospective schemes investigated. Un
profitable schemes rejuvenated. Surveys,
Maps, Estimates and reports made, and
Office In North Platto KJnrfri PIotta MaK
Nalloual Bank Bldfr, Olin Tiaiie, WeD.
GEO. NA-U MAN'S
Meats at wholesale and re
tail. Fish and Game in
season. Sausage at all
times. Cash paid for Hides.
In search of a good cigar
will always find it at J.
F. Schmalzried's. Try
them and judge.
?K EttMtV -Ctttfcr fetrs, Sofi, 2o&
SHFace ljkiTretHicitf Aaiaals
xaa Chart Beat free.
A.A.lbHMl AexlacittetMllk Fever.
jt em er, asmi DMcasrgM
B.B. Bi r Grabs, Wwrass
VECMcIts, Heaves, rwinl
F.F.Cwile r Gripe, MfUy&efc.
&.G. Xiee&rrlKce, KewerrkKes.
K.H. UrHwrr ja4 Xlwaey Blaeases.
J.I. Xrw.jive DixHse, Mam.
.&-jMwtitf Btgti , raralysis
YrteriSiry Care Oti W XedorP ST.M
JarYaCeriaary Cmre 011, - - !.
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.tm ill AJlSWtauaiBU, jmw m.
mi I C if '
Your Wheels ?
Not those in your head, but
almost any other variety.
If thev are not working
smoothly then they are in
want of repair.
Ill this Age of Wheels
the fellow who does not take good
care of his machine gets left be
cause he is not right in the race
Leftflaster the Locksmith
does the best wheel work west of
Kearney. He also does repairing
of any kind of machinery, from
a watch to a threshing machine.
His Prices are Right.
Don't forget the number 207 E. Sixth.
Hershey & Co.
AgriGiillural : Implements
OF ALL KLNDS,
Farm and Spring Wagons,
Buggies, Road Carts,
Wind Mills, Pumps, Barb
Locust Street; between Fifth and Sixth
E. B. WARNER,
A full line of first-class funeral supplies
always in stock.
NORTH PLATTE, - NEBRASKA.
Telegraph orders promptly attended to.
Coalf Oil, Gasoline,
Crude Petroleum and
Coal Gas Tar.
Leave orders at. ewtonTs Store.
W. C.' RITNER,
MONUMENTS, : HEADST0NES,
Curbing, Building Stone,
ItAnd all Wads of ITonnaienUl sn Cemetery worv4
CBrefnljKtentibn ivn to ltterias.of every de-
SatfoB. jftUriaQBefaahort wHc. Orders
TLS-XaMt OmSarA Ttette. Xeb., I
. Notice is hereby aire that Jaates Ware ho riSed
notfee o4 lateBtioa to make anal proof befor Regr
i$!er awl Receiver at his oAce in North 3!U
Neb., om 'WedHedyi the SWa. dyof October,
on tinbercaltRre application Nc lSM. ior tbe
goa half of tWe northoaot qnartec aortlwlC ot
tasot qaarter of section Jfa. 11, Ja town
ship No. 11 norlk. rangeXo 52 -west. He Bsaie
as lrltnessest Jakn H. Iwfkejr. Will lam O.
TkoapoaMd XaTler ToiSioa. all oi Ier?fcey.
Neb .Kid.NapoleosrB. Starrier. o North Matte,
NebrMtou Jems T- Uimixs,
Nancy Praacls Famr, John. Logmn Parmer and
Ethel 1 "ai mm, defandawtg, 'will tko-notice that on
the 22a day of NoTeabr. Villiaaa Stult and
Louis Stall (partners as Stall Srotfcsrs, the plain
tlfTs herein, filed their petition In the district conrt
of Lincoln cnnty, Nebnwfcr. giat said defend
ants, the object andprayero widch- are to fore
cloe a certain Qortsage executed by Sarah C
Farmer and Saaael Faraier to Plaintiffs upon the
northecst qnarter ot section 29, in t mnhip 20
north, of Tange 34 ires of sixth principal meridian
In Lincoln coasty, Nebraska, to seenre the pay
ment of 10 certain promissory notes, said notes
dated May SUx, ISii, for the snxn of lOU. each
dee and payable Dec. 1st, lbS2, Jne 1st and Sec
IsUKIttq,13SOSvu-a J one- 1st. lbW:aa mort-
t;aB provided that In case any of said notes or
coupons, are not paid wnen dne, or within. 1U days
thereafter, the whole snm secured thereby may be
declared to be due and payable; there is "now dne
on said notes, coupons, and mortgsce the snm of
i 175.13, with Interest thereon front Jnly 1st, 1SSU,
ai ten per cent per annum for wucn snm piain
U ffs pray Jor a decree that defendants be reqni red
to pay '.he ume, or thataid premises may be sold
to satuty the amount zonnd dne.
1 on are required U answer said petition on or
before Monday, the IStlrday ot NoTsmbcr, 18S5.
Dated October 9th. 1595.
C. O. IXANSBTJBG.
81-1 Attorney for Plaintififs.
To W. E. Higley and W. IT. Strong:
Yon will take notice that Benjamin Canrett. as
plaintiff, did on the 19th day of July, 1S93, file his
petition in the District court of Lincoln county.
Nebraska, amlnst Alpha Hill, Serilda HIU, W..
UIkIct and AV. If. Stronc, as defendants, the object
and prajer of which is to foreclose a certain mort-
srazre executed by Alpha Hill and Seruda HIU to
the Saint Joseph Loan & Trust Company, a cor
poration, upon the east half of the northeast
quarter iESSZU l.the northwest quarter of the
northeast qnas$r(N W ii N E'.i )ond thenortheast
quarter of the northwest quarter (N E N Wii,
all in section numbered ten (10) In township num
bered ten (101, of ranfre numbered thirty-tour
(31). wet of the Sixth principal meridian contain
ing one hundred an J eixty U6l acres mors or
less according to United States survey, to secure
the payment of a certain prommissory note dated
October first. A. !.. I WJ, for the sum of six hun
dred dollars $tiC0), due and payable on the first
day of October, lbOt, which note and mortgage
were afterwards sold, assigned and delivered to
the above named plaintiff who is now the legal
owner and holder thereof; that there is now due
upon said note aud mortgage the sum of rix
hundred dollars 1600 with interest thereon at the
rate of seven per cent, per annum from the first
day of April, 1K)4, until the first day of October,
lSW, and with interest thereon at the rate of ten
per cent, per annum from the first day of October.
lh&4, until paid; for which sum, with interest and
costs of suit, said plaintiff prays for a decree that
tne defendants above named be required to pay
the kudo or that wild premises be sold to sathvf y
the amount found due said plaintiff, and for a de
cree forever barring and foreclosing all of csid
defendants from all equity of redemption or other
Interest in said premises.
Yon are required to answer said petition on or
before the 9th day of December, 1893.
.Dated uus ah day of October, 1X5.
JOHN 11. CALVIN.
OSOt Attorney for Plaintiff.
1U WEST FRONT-ST.
C. R SCHAMAM,
Fire and Life tarance,
3,000 i o! DM Land
HOUSES AHD LOTS.
.Land and Emigration Afrent.
On the 27th day of August, 1895, on
mv place on section 10, town 12. range
23, ono sorrel mare about 4 years old,
white streak in forehead neannsr left eye,
whit on nose, small white spots on her
back.hind legs white from knees down,
weighs about 800 pounds, had on a baiter
when taken up. The owner is requested
to call nnd prove property, pay charges
and tako her away, or it will bo sold ac
cording to law. O. A. Habt.
Pure Well Water Ice.
Orders for the above product mar
be left at Streitz's or McCabe's
drug" stores, or with the milk wagg
on and they will receive prompt at
tention. Orders for
m- mi m u
may also be given the latter and
thej will be promptly filled.
K B C of Advertising
is the Best Advertising Me-
dium in Western JSTebr.
R. D. THOMSON,
actor . and Boilder.
12T Six fch. St. Cor.o Vine,
NOITTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA
WSEATLtAND, WTO -
There is no finer agricultural sec
tion in all this broad western coun
try than can be found in the vicinity
of the beautiful little town of
Wheatland, Wyoming, ninety-six
miles north oi Cheyene. Immense
crops, never failing supply of water,
ricb land, and great agricultural
resources. Magnificent farms to be
had for little money. Reached yk
the U Rl6n PaClfaC bVSteni.
Genl Pa. and-Kc