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"We iardiy mention prices; you can n-ear 'em iflaistle a mile away. They5! make a fogaomialLasleep.
Free 0?lc3.ets fomr eijol Excisicia :up IjfQsonrxty-'s River. -
That's what we oner at our store. Everything sparkles with newness and stability. Oar's are staple goods, and as a stout argument just compare the quality and prices of our DEY' GOODS, LADIES'
CLOAKS lD JACKETS, HATS, CAPS, GLOYES, MITTENS, BOOTS AJSTD SHOES again same quality and prices at other places. This will tell the story. You will then know wfo is your
friend; We believe in doing a straight legitimate business a fair living profit on-all goods. We da not do as some do, give you some one article for almost nothing and more than double the true value
of some other article. This is not business. It has been and ever will be our earnest determined ambition to sell only the MOST TEHSTWOETHY MEECHAM)ISE obtainable at the ABSOLUTE
LOWEST CASH PEICELihat the PEERLESS BUYING POWEE can make possible. .The fundamental principle of this institution is;to cheerfully refund money on every purchase where dissatis
faction, however small, may exist. IT IS AN OPEN SECRET that a child can buy as cheap as an old and experienced buyer.. We take no advantage of those who are not a judge of goods. . Thanldnj
youforpast patronage and hoping that we share a portion of your future trade, wa remain, Yours anxious to please, '
EIOkAEDS BEOS, - TSCE FAIE. RIOHARDB BEOS,
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GhicagoJuTatlers Gaptnrefthe Georgia
llefrojwlis TOli 3Iuch pise. .
HI22J0IS DAY AT THE PAUL
GoTernor Altgeld ar.d. Tarty Visit the Cet
t oh States Exposition anil Receive Most
Hospitable Treatment Kort!t aad
Sonth Shake Hanoi.
Atlaxta, 2Tov. 11. The capture of
Gebrgia-by the invading army from Illi
nois -was completed when the gallant
IFirst regiment from Chicago, headed
by Governor Altgeld and staff on horse
back and escorted by a detachment from
the ilfth regiment, Georgia volunteers,
inarched out Peach tree street and took
possession of the exposition grounds.
Despite the unfavorable weather there
was & large crowd in the auditorium at
the fair grounds when the formal ezer-
rfra; nf TlliTims clav hpnn nt Tirwn. Thf
ftrn tow rrm snpprfi of Gnv. Altfrfild
inTKTvm roth nddns of trIcottir.
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spirit. Our people are imbued with the !
idea that this continent should be in
habited by a great, intelligent, liberty
loving, justice-loving, law-abiding
brotherhood of men. That is the spirit
thatias brought our people into your
midst, and they will more than recip
rocate your every act of friendship and
your every expression of fraternal senti
ment. And, as opportunity offers, they
will make every southern man feel that
there is a welcome for him in the coun
try by the great lakes.
peak to Succeed Srsadhead. .
ILlxsas Crrr, Nov. 11. The Star an
nounces that- President Cleveland has
tendered to John L. Peak, a Kansas
City lawyer, the appointment of United
States minister to Switzerland to suc
ceed James O. Brcadhead of St. Louis,
who recently tendered his resignation
to the president. This information is
supposed to come through Congressman
Tarsney, who is said tohaverccom
mended Mr. Peak after having himself
declined the honor. It is stated also
that the appointment may be withheld
until after the assembling nf congress
Great Occasion Xor Catkolies.
Isew Oeleaxs, "Nov. 11. At the his
toric convent of the TJrsuline linns, the
statue of our Lady of Prompt Succor
was crowned with a diadem of gold and
jewels whose intrinsic worth is many
thousands of dollars and the occasion
was made one of great pomp and cere
mony by the prominent Catholics of
this city and state. It is very much on
the order of the recent celebration in
Mexico and is really the first ceremony
of its kind that has ever taken place in
the United States.
Feaskldt, Tenn., Xov. 11. A fright
ful wreck occurred on the Louisville and
TCnahvfllA milmnd nsar this rilnm rp- t
Governor Altgeld said: Our people have : f--come
upon a mission of good fellowship. I when lfc Became known that the grand
The people of theiwuth have invited tjs 3T found indictments on the
within their gates and we have accepted rf V27 against W. A. Smith
the invitation. Our people feel that the f California Junction, la., and John
time has come when rivers should no ' McLeeu of Blfur. :Neo- S3 P"nn
longer be the dividing lines between ' en of,the parhesinakes it the talk
civilizations or between different people ! 0i the,. former is a heavy
in this country; that whether a man capitalist and was candidate on the
stands upon the north bank or the Jemocratic ticket for the legislature
south bank of the Ohio he should two years ago, while Motveen has f tu
be surrounded by the samo institutions "been superintendent of the Blair
and the same civilization and thn same hfc1: ,The J?Ijppd r
suiting in the death of Fireman Love ' ment 110111 command oi tne sratron will
and the serious if not fatal injury of ! Permit of his early return to this conn
Engineer Ed Corbett. Besides quite a tl"- Commodore McKarr will leave
number of passengers were considerably San Francisco Nov. SO.
shaken up. The accident was there. sicKiniey Attended tuernaerai.
suit of the through Hew Orleans pas- Stubewtlle, O., Kov. 11. The
senger colliding with a freight. Tha ' fnneral of Han. Robert Sherrard was a
passenger engine was demolished Fire- j yery impressive and largely attended
man Love being buried under the ruins, f affair. Dr, B. McKinlev, pastor of the
Mob H&Bgr a Xegra.
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 11. Lewis Jef
ferson, the negro who last Tuesday
night attempted a criminal assaultrupon
little Miss Wilson G.Frobel, after hav
ing been pursued by a pesse, was cap
tured and placed in jail at HomexsviHe,
Ga. He made a full confession. While
he was being taken before the magis
strate for a committal trial, the sheriff
was .overpowered, the prisoner taker
awpy and hanged.
Webster Crrr, la., Nov. 11. Ckm
tracts have just been awarded and work
will commence the first of tha week on
the grading of the Huthven and Jack
son railroad, about 75 miles long, ex
tending north from the north terminus
of the liuthven and Des Moines division
of the Bock Island through Spirit Xeke
Okie I: (liters to Take as OsHtr.
CDTCEfXATi, 2fbv. 11. The Buckeye f
rees association, composed of the edi
tors of weekly papers of Ohio and some
fro Michigan and Indiana, will be the
gmtfc of The Enquirer here Taesiay and
Wednesday. Then the editors will pro.
ceed to the Atlanta exposition. There
will be about S00 in the party.
StrBdbc 3tier Xeave
Leateswokts, JKan., Tov. 11.
Tweatr-are atriiiiig- coal miners, all
Geraaansleft this city foe Tolaca, JJ3&.,
where thiy kave beea guaranteed steady
work; far one year at SO cents a ton. The
;ia waicn they were esrnloTed
Wahd CTte,atifcito fO a'tce.
QUAERETED OVER JL CCKrSE.
Three Arrested at Kaasa City fey Oaleers
Appelated to Watck Tfa-Hu
Leateswobth, Kan., Nor. 11.
Deputy sheriSs arrested John Waurek
and James little and jailed them on
the charge of body snatching. One year
ago John Haloed of Higginsville, Mo.,
died in the pest house of this city of
smallpox and -was "buried in the pest
house grave yard. Wednesday last his
father came here to remove the remains
of his sen to HTgginsvillc for burial.
Rivalry among local physicians as to
"who should receive a certain sum for
preparing the remains for shipment led
to a diFagreement and the effort o re
move the- remains was contested. The
state board of health at Topekn -was ap
pealed to by County Health Officer
Phillips and lie "was instructed by -wire
to procure the arrest of any parties at
tempting to exhume the remains. Act
ing under these advices, deputy sheriffs
were set to watch the grave with the re
sult before stated. Both Waurek and
Little are residents of Leavenworth.
OX THE CHARGE OF PERJTJKY.1
! An Indictment Creates a Sensation
I 3IissonrI Valley.
MESOUEI YXULEY, la., IToV. 11. Con
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city against these parties over the
"Keeley" institute at Sioux Falls, S. D.
The evidence produced before the grand
jury is larpely documentary.
Uline Klot Quelled.
EiEMiXGHAir, Ala., Kcv. 11. A
threatened riot at Ishkobta mine near
this city was quelled by Perry Watkhw,
the mine boss who killed two men and
j mortally wounded the third. Watkins
i was assaulted by Louis Smith, Jr.,
Louis Smith, Sr., and Columbus Mad
den with missels. When they had
Watkins down and thought him to be
knocked Fenseless. he emptied his re
volver, killing Louis Smith, Jr., and
Columbus Madden and mortally wound
ing Louis Smith, Sr. The ether dis
affected miners then threatened Wat
kins when they were quelled by Wat
kins starting the same vigorous defense.
Three Railroad 3Ien Killed.
JJewuurg, Jf. Nov. 11,-r-The
boiler of a locomotive attached to &
southbound freight train on the Lehigh
and Hudson River railroad exploded at
Lake Station, near Warwick. Engineer
Cooper, "Conductor Oeil and the head
brakeman, name unknown, were in
stantly killed. Their bodies were badly
mangled. The fireman sustained injur
ies from which, it is expected he will not
recover. The boiler and cab were blown
off the wheels and the train continued
running for more than a mile after the
explosion. The injured nrenian was
taken to a hospital in Uelvidere, If. J.
Admiral Carpenter Relieved.
WAsmxcjox, Kcv. 11. Because of
the serious illness of his wife Hear Ad
miral Carpenter has, at his own request,
been detached from the command of
the Asiatic station. Commodore 3?. Y.
McXair has been ordered to that duty.
Admiral Carpenter retires from active
service next February, but his detach;
cnurch; Dr. A. M.
Eeid, Dr. J. A Cook
of this city and Dr. Woods of Washing
ton and Jefferson college made remarks.
Gov. McEonley, Secretary of State
Taylor, State Treasurer Campbell and
other distinguished persons from 2few
York and all over the state were present,
Feeding Wyemiaf Stock.
Douglas. Wy., Nov. 11. The ranch
men of this vicinity will, during the
present winter, engage extensivQly in
j the business of feeding alfalfa and grain
? to sheep, which, they will ship to the
eastern markets for mutton. Fivethou
and head of lambs and yearling wethers
were sold during the past week to ranch
men who took on an average of SQO
Misting Banker Ketaras XfeaMV .
Oh ah a, Nov. 11. Banker F. Johnson
ox tne wuzens orare Dane, wnicn re
cently failed, who mysteriously uissp-
P83 -week, returned.
elareshe hasbeenack in western "NW
! braska and know nothing cf the at
tachment of his property.
yaayXfenws He IIcled JOesaeertM,
Massttqx, 0.,jKoy. 11. Senator Quay
gives an explicit denial to the peb
lishsd report that he asaeted Senators
Gorman and Brice daxiap the recent
Ja4yc TharaMm IprTtes.
CoLUXBts, O., Xov. 11 There m
continued improvement in Judge Tksr-
aaan's condition and ih&& is hope ta
th worsi is . over.
-TIDE WAVE FORTY FEET HIGH.
A-wfal Bere That Sweeps JSrazTtkiaff 3e
fsre It as a Ckiaese Jtirex.
Twice a year at eacheqninox the
faiBOBe tides of the Tsien Tang river,
that fie ws from .the borders of Xiangd,
Fahkisu and Chekiang to Hangchow
bay, attain their greatest height, aad a
bore of .sometime over 40 feet in height
sweeps irresistibly up its shallow and
funnel shaped estuary, of tse prodnciag
tremendous havoc to the surroaBdiBg
country; hence its name, "money dike,"
from the amount expended in socceaEiTe
centuries on its embankments.
"it is seen at its beet at Hangcbcw,
the prefectural city not far from its
mouth. Twelve or 14 minutes before it
is visible a dull distant roar is heard,
momentarily swelling, until the wall
of muddy water, tall as the bulwark of
-the biggest liner, as overwhelming as a
glacier, sweeps into sight round tha
bend a mile away.
Hot a boat is to be men cm. the lately
crowded river. All are hauled up on to
the huge embankment and moored fore
and aft with a dozen rattan cables, for
none but ocean going steamers could
stem the current, and even they would
need skillful navigation.
As the eagre nears the roar becomes
deafening as a storm at sea, drowning
the excited shouts of the thousands who
line the walls, until finally it foams
past in turbid majesty, hurrying toward
the heart of China.
The Chinese annals tell how, 1,000
years ago, Prince Wu Shu made 500
"daring" archers shoot half a dozen
arrows each at the advancing flood, and
then, after praying to Wu Tsz-si (the
tutelary deity of the stream, and origi
nally an upright minister, whose body
was cast into the river after Wu had
committed suicide), put the key of the
dike water gate into an envelope and
threw it into the stream, whereupon the
But as by that time they would have
flowed back in any case, even the Chi
nese did not regard the experiment as j
very niiraculoue. j
A couple of hundred years later the
emperor, Kan Tsung, had ten iron plates,
each weighing about 150 pounds, sunk I
in the river by way of propitiating the
spirits, but the water promptly carried
away both charms and embankments. J
Only last century a Hang-Chow tea
merchant leaped into the river, like an
other Marcus Curtius, to avert ths an
nual disaster. Black and White.
XlaiBE by Hec Terr.
t(I was riding through the mountains
in Trinity county a few days ago, ' ' said j pmg -revelations. This person is a
a prominent mining man yesterday, j- iived or tea years goyem
"when 1 happened to take a trail that thQ rtai family,
led by old Burlap J ohnson's cabin. You he following story is told about the
.know he has always been csUM Burlap pretendea vegetarianism: "The old
uuuiwuu iraause ire jievw: juiuwu
his feet sewed up in burlaps like can
vas packed hams. I took dinner cold
corn bread and bacon with him, and
then sat down for a smoke.
" 'Wouldn't you jest as soon do your
smokin outside, podnerr' he asked.
"'Certainly,' said I, 'but you don't
object to the smoke of a cigar, do you?'
I was naturally surprised, for he was
already puffing away at an old corncob
" 'No, course not, seein as I've, smok:
ed nigh on to 50 years, but I keep my
hogs at work. '
. "My curiosity was aroused, butlsaid
nothing. He took down a double bar
reled muzzle loading shotgun and his
powder hom. Then be went out to a
shed andgot a pan of shelled corn. He
sat down on a bench at the cabin door,
rammed down a couple of charges of
powder and poured a handful of corn
into each-barrel. He put on a percussion
cap, pressed it down with the hammer,
cocked both barrels and biased away at
the side hill across the little gulch.
The roar had not died away till a drove
of hogs came running, grunting and
squealing, and commenced to root the
sidehill for the corn. "Whenever they
slacked up in their work, the old saan
fired another charge of corn.
"'That's a mean trick, I said. 'Why
don't you feed it to them in a trough?'
"'Feed it to 'em?' he repeated in
amassment 'Then they wouldn't week.
Besides, they don't need ifc,'
" 'What do yoa want tq sake thera
work for, and why do job waste corn,
on them if they don't need it?'
" 'Why, man alive! They do as sauch
work as four rasa would. They root up
the dirt, and. when the rain coses I
''Then I understood that he wag us
ing the hogs to help him mine." Saa
JL HIch Prieed
L'lntraBageaBt says that some years
ago Charles Caetellani, the Parisian
pain tec, wasted to paint a picture of M.
Dhler, the execatker, to be exhibited
in a panorama, of Parisian notabilities.
He didn't, because Mrae. Deibler de
sasaded 20,000 fraaos for the privilege
of taking the "fasiovg" hasgaian's
Gachle origiaally mmmt to cttQ orsr,
as feeaae or peas woH be exxsdaed to
free them front psfchfeg. WycliTs trass
Iatk of the Btbte mys that "Giaeoa
?er imdraJt as exoaUest jrsparatioa
ie Bwtte of two ohmh of joweret
aii.ta Msts ot kLisg walk.
THE THREE GREATEST ACTRESSES.
Save Ke XItisc KiTals.
There are perhaps only three living
actresses now in active life to whom the
title "grsat" woukf be applied by com
mon consent These are Sarah Bernhardt,
Helena Modjeska and Eleonora Duse.
Janauecbek, alae! although still upon
the stage, belongs to the past, while El
len Terry, with allher dainty skill and
radiant charm, has not yet reached those,
heights to which genius alone can as
pire. Flach of them excels in ways pe
culiar to herself.
Bernhardt, after carrying off all the
laurels offered in the artificial and de
clamatory school of French tragedy, has
devoted her maturest powers to the il
lustration nf the most violent passions
conceivable by morbid imagination. Her
achievements in this direction have been
extraordinary, and her dramatic genius
cannot be disputed, but some of her lat
est triumphs have been won in defiance
of most of the laws of nature and many
of the rules of true art
2Iodjeska, if less potent in the inter
pretation of the fiercest emotions than
her French rival, need fear no compari
son with her in poetic tragedy, while in
the field of poetic comedy she is un
rivaled, Her performances of Juliet,
Rosalind and Ophelia are almost ideal
ly beautiful. -
Eleon era Duse, whose fame has biased
Bp witn meteoric suddenness, is pre
eminent above all actresses of her time
' for versatility, that rare gift of imper
; sanation, still rarer among women than
among men, which can conceal the real
beneath the assumed identity without
; resorting to the common expedients of
theatrical disguise. The phrase that such
or such a part was assumed by this or
that actor is heard every day. It is a
convenient, conventional and meaning
less expression. In the case of Duse it is
used correctly and signifies just what
has happened. "Ekonora Duse," by
J. Banken Towse, in Century.
ENGLISH AND. ZULUS.
Telstel Says They Are
Meet Urate! Ntlsa.
Count Tolstoi says the English and
Zulus should both be bracketed together
as the two most brutal nations on earth.-
Both worship their muscle, and while
the Zulus go about naked all day long,
English women strip themselves half
naked before they dine.
The count wishes be had time to write
a Vinofc srx-mt thpm and tharr brntalitv.
A-nrv. soma nn bas frrand Hmn te
.-tft a abont the cormt. and it
coxmt always demanded that vegetarian
dishes should behronghtto the table for
him, while his wife and the rest of the
family ate beefsteaks and ether flesh
"It often happened that the conntees '
would pnt a little chicken" on her hus
band's plate, but he, with indignant!
looks, would push it back; murmuring : j
'No, I will not eat meat, Absolutely, I .
will not ' But I have often surprised him
going to the Eideboard for a piece of roast j
beef which the evening before he had
solemnly refused at table. Th e carnivo-1
rous instinct having been awakened, the j
enormous piece of meat would be swal-:
lowed in one bite by this apostle of veg
etarianism. " New York World Letter,
Th IMplometlc Cleric
1 'Henry, you haven't a room left,
have you?" in quired a New York drum
mer of his friend of many years' stand
ing on the other side of the counter.
".Standing" is used advisedly.
"Not one," replied -Henry, "but I'll
look over the rack again and see if I
can't find you a place somewhere. "
"All right," said the New Yorker
while his friend gave the slips his anx
ious, attention. Light broke over his
face in a moment, and he came back.
"A man up on the parlor floor gave,
up his room about an hour ago, but he
didn't expect to leave, it quite so soon.
I'll send up and see if I can't hurry him
The porter's lell was rung, a "whis
pered colloquy took place between Henry
and that blue shifted functionary, and
in 3q minutes the man from the seaport
of which Chicago m&kes snch frequent
-see was rejoicing in one of "the best
rooms in the house."
But the clerk omitted to inform him
that the preriovs occupant had given
sp his rooei at the precise soment
when he had given up his life. Na
tional Hotel Reporter.
Aa ArehMsl8 AbaantmlmT'flwww,
A correspondent writes: "Theaforks
sf absentmiBdednees might he supple
mented, by the following instance is. the
life of Archbishop Trench: Dinisg at
faaae cos evening he found fault with,
the flavor cf the soup. Next evening he
dined cmt at a large dinner party. Por
gettingfartheiacKBeot that ho was sot
in his own house, hat a guest, ho ob
served across the table to Mrs. Trench,
'This soap is, ray dear, again a fail
re.J " "Westminster Gazette.
Lfpar la what frame of raiad was
Porringer wfcea you saw him this raorn-
Chlpper Saise as asaal all frane ;
3K uiiwL 3UefcaoB D&paich.
Mew Icelanders Take Sm&
A peculiarity concerning the use of
snuff in Iceland may be of interest The
snuff is made into bars after the ssanner
of ping tobacco, and is sold in that shape
to the natives, nearly all of whom. are
addicted to its use and prefer it thus
prepared. The Icelander allows the nail
on the right hand thumb to grow long
far the purpose, and when using the
snuff scratches it off the bar with this
nail on the back of the left hand and
applies it to the nose.
Aaxioas te Cesply.
Professor (to student) You should
have written on this subject, sir, so that
the most ignorant of your audience
could understand all that yen have to
say on the subject
Student What part of my production
is not clear to you, sir? Boston Com
Host the Jcfe.
"So you want a position in my office:' '
"Then I can't hire you. I won't have
a man in my employ that I can't barrow
tobacco from. " New York Recorder.
First Stranger (surprised) Why, are
you a literary man?
Second Stranger (sadly) 27a. I used
to think I was, thongh. I am the author
of the book that was the rage of a season
a dozen years ago. Somerville Journal.
A French savant has discovered that
many perfumes aidhealth by destroying
disease microbes. Thyme, lemon, mint,
lavender, eucalyptus and other scents
proved very useful.
Xa a Barry.
Guest Geewhittakeri You've spilled
that coffee all over me !
Waiter very sorry, sir, nut 1 was
hurry in to get through.
Guest I'm in no hurry.
Waiter No, sir, but it's most time
for a gentleman to come in wot always
fees me, sir! New York Weekly.
-KnoTrledja aad Money.
Baggs Some people have more money
than they know what to do with.
Taggs They seem to know what to
do with tho dimes I ask them for. Do
trait Free Press.
Dt. Collyer's Appetite.
The Her. Bobert Collyer, while at
the breakfast tahle of one of his friends
in the country near Boston, was asked
by cue of the family, ".Mr. Co liver, vdo
yon enjoy as good an appetite as yon
have in years past?" To which here
plied, "My dear, if I lose the appetite
I cow have I hopo no poor man will
State op Ohio. Crrr op Toido,
Frank J. Cheuey make3 oath that he iff
the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co.rdoing business in the City
of Toledo, County and State aforesaid
and that said firm will pay the sum of
One Hundred Dollars for each and every
case of Catarrn that cannot be cured by
the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and sulcribed in
my presence this Gth day of December,
A. W. GLEASON,
Ha'l's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo O".
SpSold by Druggists, 75 c
WHEATLAND, WYO .
There is no finer agricultural sec
tion in all this broad western coun
try than can be found in the vicinity
of the fjeautiful little town of
TVheatland, Wyoming-, ninety-six
miles north of Cheyenne. . Immense
crops, never failing suppiy of water.,
rich land, and great agricultural
resources. Magnificent farms to be
had for little money. Reached via
the Union Pacific System.
33. Tv. Lomax,
Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Agent,
Br. M wfcreyy 6eeifcs are MfesttSeaQy aad
caraf&Sj- prepared T.tmnMon, wad tar Tears In
jrirate yracttee aad toe over feirty years by tfee
people with esife caeeeas. Xrery slagfe BpedAc
a. special rase tar tho illwaire airtpf1
5ro. cm. WKW.
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NEW SPECIFIC FOR Ow'j Q-
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U. P. TIME TABLE.
Ho. 3 Atlas tic Express Deptl2iI0 x. x.
No. 4 Fast Mail... & IS jus.
io. 2 limited. " 920 A. H
No. 2S-Frekht " 70 a. 3t.
So. IS Freight " 8aOO p. at
Ko. 22 Freight " 10 a, a
GOTSG VTKST TTMX.
No. T Pacific Express ... Dept 7:10a. y
No. 1 Limited " 11:00 P. i
No. 21 Freight " 250 p. y
No. 23-Freight bODs.
N. B. OLDS. Agent
J1RENCH & BALlDWIN,
XOETH PLATTE, - - NEBRASKA
Office over N.T NtLBank.
pRTMES & WILCOX,
jsOKTII PT.ATTE. ... NEBRASKA.
Office OTer North Platte National Bank.
"R. N. F. DONAIJ)SON,
Assistant Surgeon Union Pnr.flc
ssd Member of Pension Board,
NOETH PLATTE, - NEBRASKA.
Odea OTer Strelts's Drag Store.
TyAL EVES, M. D.,.
PHYSICIAN A2TD SUBGE02T,
NORTH PLATTE, ... NEBRASKA
Office: NoTille's Block. Diseases of Women
and Children & Specialty.
A. P. KTTTET.T,. F. H. BENSON.
Kittell & Benson,
Prospective schemes investigated. Un
profitable Echemes rejuvenated. Surveys,
Maps, Estimates and reports made, and
construction snperin tended.
g3&S3& North Platte, Neb.
In search of al good cigar
will always find it at J.
F. Schmalzried's- Try
them and judge.
Meats at Triiolesale and re
tail. Fish and Game in
season. Sausage at all
times. Cash paid for Hides.
E. B. WARNER,
A fall line of first-class fnneral supplies
always in stock.
NORTH PLATTE, - 1TEBRASKA.
Telegraph orders. prompt3ri attended to.
Hershey; & (0.
Ipinral ; tapkenl
OP AIxL KINDS,
Farm and Spring "Wagons,
Buggies, Eoad Carts,
Wind Mills, Pumps, Barb
Wire, Etc. .
Locust Streor, between Fifth and Sixth
NORTH PLATTE ,
MARBLE : WORKS,
W. C. RITWER,
lifiaTrof cod Deal ern
MONUMENTS, : HEADSTONES,
Curbing, Buildmg Stone,
And aU kinds of llonumental and Cemetery work,
Carefnl attention given to lettering- of every de-
.sa&dfel awl elits irsely ambhid:
ToW.E.Higieraaii W. X. Strong
Toa Kill take notice that Benjamin Raggett, &s
plaintiff, did on the 19tk day of July. 1S95, Ie Ms
petition in tbe District court cf Xincoln connty,
Ncbrasts, afiiast Alpha Hill, Serilda HHt, V.E.
Higley ssd W. M. Stroafj. as del endacts, the object
and prajerof vrhich is to foreclose & certain mort
gage executed by Alpha Hill and Serilda Hlil to
tbe Saint Joseph Loan & Trart Company, a cor
poration, upon the east half of the northeast
quarter f E 4 X E .the northwest quarter of the
northeast quarter(N VT 2 E l. iaad the northeaat
quarter of the northwest quarter (3T E "S W
all in sesticn numbered ten (10 in township num
bered ten (10), of range numbered thlrty.fonr
(31), -west of the Sixth principal meridian, contain
ing one hundred and sixty (160 acres more or
less according to United States surrey, to secure
the payment of a certain prommlssory ccte dated
October first, A. D1S9T for tho sum of six hun
dred dollars ($600'. due and payable on the first
day of October, IKH, which note and mortgage
were afterwat d3 sold, assigned and deiiTered to
the above named plaintiff who Is now the legal
owner and holder thereof ;tht there Is now due
upon said note and mortgage the sum of lx
hundred dollars (IS0O) with interest thereon at the
rate of seven per cent, per annum from the first
day of April, 1S3IV until the first day of October.
1831, and with, interest thereon at the rate of ten.
per cent, per annum from the first day of October,
1S91. until paid; tor which, ram, with interest and
costs of suit, said plaintiff prays Xor a. decree- that
the defendants above named be required to pay
the same or that said premises be fold to satisfy
the amount found due said plaintiff, and for a de
cree forever barring and foreclosing all of said,
defendants from all equity of redemption or othsr
interest ia said premise".
You are required to answer said petition on or
before the day of December, 1595.
Bated this 2SUi day of October. 1S83.
02&i Attorney for Plaintiff.
NOTICE FOR rCBLICATIOX.
Xand Office at North Platte. Neb-,
October 21st. IKS.
Notice Is hereby Riven that John Cooper has
filed notice of Intention to make final proof before
Register and Receiver at his office In North PUtte,
Neb., on Tuesday,the ICth day of Deceniber.lMK, mi
timber .culture applications o. 11,710. tor ths north
east quarter of section No. 20. In township No. 13
north, range No . 31 west. He named as witnesses:
George Dugan. J oseph Weir. John Weir and Albert
Ladwtck ail of Pax ton. Nebraska.
KT-5 JOHN F. HIN1TAN, Register.
Onthe 27th day of August, 1S95, on
my place on Eactton 10, town 12, range
23, one sorrel mare about 4 years old,
white streak in forehead nearing left eye,
white on nose, small white spots on her
back,hmd legs white from knees down,
weighs about SO0 pounds, had on a halter
when taken up. The owner is requested
to call and prove property, pay charges
and take her away, or it will be sold ac
cording to law.
O. A. Hart.
1U WEST FRONT-ST.
C. F. SGHABMAM,
Fire and Life IflsuraiiaB.
HOUSES AND I0TS.
.Land and Emigration Agent.
Your Wheels ?
Not those in youxhead, hat
almost any other variety.
If they are not working
smoothly then they are In
want of repair.
In his Age of Wheels
the fellow who does not take good
care of his machine gets left be
cause he is not xight in the race
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 Riglik.
Don't forget the number 207 E. Sixth.
Coal Oil, Gasoline
Coal Gas Tar:
lieave orders at Xenon's Store.
R.- D. THOMSON,
fofctor ani Bite.
127-Sixth St. Cor. of Y.mtr -OWnk