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Base'Ball Senates Will Try a Kew
Plan For 2fext Season, ".'
UMPIRES HAVE AiT INNING,
Players Will Be Ordered From the Groaad
Whenever They Malce Themselves Ofc
aoxietu Treable Over the Doyle- '
-New Yobk, Not. 14. The National
Baseball League magnates resumed their
session at 12 o'clock and all the clubs
were represented. The league umpires
vrere called before the meeting to testify
as to the manner of their treatment by
the players during the season just closed
and the previous one. It is rumored
that the general sense of the meeting
advised the abolition-oilk fines for the
coming season and that jpla yersvo old
be immediately' ordered" from the
grounds "whenever they made themselves
obnoiious to the;Blpires.,' ,
The Doyle-Gleason,, exchange sanc
tioned .yesterday has aroused John T.
Brush of .Cincinnati, who said he- held
an option on. the New Yorker. He was
very much, chagrined when he found
that Doyle had been traced to Baltimore.
; Mr.j.YohderHorst said ' 'rush irnay
kick all he wants to, but we have the
man, ani you know that possession is
rune points of the law."
Soldiers' Home Association Adjourns.
- JIarshalltowx, la., Ubv. 14. The
convention of the Northwestern Sol
diers' Home association'' has adjourned.
Next year's meeting will be held at
Grand Rapids, Mich., in June. Officers
were elected as follows: President, L.
G. Rutherford, Grand Rapids, Mich.;
secretary, Mrs. L. A. Bates, Aurora,
Neb.; vice president, S. M. French
Monte Vistay Colo,; S. B. Evans, Or
tumwa, la.; J. B. McDonald, Indianapo
lis; James A. Sexton, Chicago; L. Yan
Yoorhis, Lawrence, Kan.; E. E. Grabill,
Greenville, Mich,; Henry A. Castle, St.
Paul; EL M. Barber, Eullerfon, Neb.;
E; E. Clough, Deadwood, S. D. Wyom
ing was admitted to membership. The
meeting closed with an elaborate ban
quet, tendered by the management of
the Iowa soldiers' home, the retiring
president, Clough, acting as toastmas
Move to Foreclose on Tabor Property.
Denver, Nov. 14. Default was en
tered against the defendants in the suit
of the Northwestern Mutual Life Insur
ance company against H. A' W. Tabor,
tho Tabor Amusement company and
the Tabor Real Estate company and
their assignees for failure to answer
within the specified time. This is the
last step in the suit brought by the
Northwestern Mutual life Insurance
company for permission to institute forei
closure proceedings on the mortgages of
400,000 which they held against tho
Fusion Carried the Bay.
- Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 34. Fusion
carried the day and the Populists and
Republicans decided to unite in tho
state campaign. Resolutions declaring
for free silver, opposing the national
bank system and advocating "honest
elections" by force, if necessary, were
adopted. Kolb withdrew his opposition
to fusion. Resolutions were, adopted
requiring the senate not to seat Senator
Morgan and asking congress to investi
gate election methods.
Colorado Railroad Incorporated.
Dexvek, Nov. 14 Papers were filed
with the secretary of state incorporating
the Albuquerque, Colorado and Pacific
road. The route selected is from Albu
querque to Denver and Grand Junction,
Oolo to Salt Lake, and thence to some
point not yet decided on the Puget
sound. Surveys have already been
completed from Albuquerque to Grand
Junction and grading will probably be
begun in tho spring.
Servant Given S13.000 Damages.
PT.t.as, Tex., Nov. 14. The jury
rendered a verdict of $13,000 against tho
Oriental hotel at Dallas, Tex. The
judgment is in favor of-Maggie Sline, a
servant who suet for $52,000 for being
injured in an elevator accident. Several
other servants have similar suits pend
ing because of the same accident. The
Oriental Investment company is the
Anhanser-Busch Brewing association of
Increased Production of Fig Iron.
New York, Nov. 14. Returns col
lected by the Iron Ago show that the
rate of production of pig iron had
reached the enormous total of 217,308
tons per week on Nov. 1. The October
production is estimated at 915,846, as
compared with 763,964 tons in July.
Presbyterian church, died, aged H7. Ho
was a Princeton 'graduate. The re
mains will be taken to St. Joseph, Mo.,
for burial. -v
Mill Proprietor Assigns. t . -
Plattsmouth; Neb., Nov. 14,-Fred
Schroeder, proprietor of tho big Cedar
Crooklnill, turned over the mill and en
tire stock of flour to his creditors. The
liabilities amount to over $16,000, while
the assets are about $10,500. Outstand
ing accounts are given as tho cause.
Iowa and Sarpy county men are the
Ilattlesklp Indiana Completed.
Philadelphia, Nov. 14. The battle
ship Indiana ias been completed so far
asthe builders are concerned he lies
at- the dock at CrxmpS reads to be .trans
ferred to the navy department The
Indiana is expected to go into commis
sion at League Island navy yard next
Convention r District Judges.
Des Moines, Nov. 14. Chief Justice
Given of the state supremo court has
announced that he will probably call a
convention of the district judges of the
prate, to b-i held here during the session
of th.3 If glulature the coming winter.
Will Ignore Short HanTClanM. -Chicago,
Nos. 14. The western lines
.have decided to ignore tke long ad
short haul clause of the interstate coei
mcrce act in making their rates from
Cfeic&go to Utah. They b ase their right
. to do ibis on a decision banded down in
t fee-United States circuit court here ia
1802. The.decision declared that the
word "line" as applied to the fourth sec
tioB. of the act is limited to one road and
that two connecting roads are not a
Ua4er &t decision sfeort kwd
oharges greater than the through ratae
TObtauctfc Yam aofcfa
TPKMEMM6 Fd CTiVX bBt"WRI.
LTeira Wemea tegnnUTCkfr the ICezt
meetisg of the. Iowa '
aeeoei ation. closed after a
so. Tafi. officers elected are: Pre
deati Mrs. M. Lloyd Kennedy. Siomx
City i vice president, Mrs. Jane Calk
han, Des Mcines; recording sectary;
Miss. Rltfio Pierce, Des. Momcs; (corres
ponding .secretary, Miss Bertha Basfiett,
Creston; treasurer, Mrs. C. Holt Flint,
Des Moines. For the office of president
there was an interesting contest, al
though the ballot showed sentiment
pretty much one way.
The candidates were Mrs. Kennedy,
Mrs. Callahan, Mrs. Rama Woods of
Sutherland, Mrs. Rowena Stevens of
Boone, the president for the past year,
j and Miss Mdffatt of Marshalltown.
' Mrs. Kennedy was urged for the place
because she is probably tho leading
woman lawyer oi- tne sraro, ana it was
thought her legal knowledge would
be of great value to the organization.
Committees were named to hate
charge of the work of the associatioa in
the next legislature and resolutions
were, adopted urging the rights of
women to the ballot. A resolution was
also adopted urging that the age of con
sent be raised from -13 to 16 years in
POOKCIBL ItECEJTES A FORTUNE.
Unexpected Inheritance of $15,000,000 by
. a"Poqr Gardener's Daughter.
Philadelphia, Nov. 14. A remarka
ble romance in real life has come to life,
by the sudden and unexpected inherit
ancejof a fortune of $15,000,000 by the
25-year-old daughter of a poor gardener,
"William Kelly. Tho legacy comes from
the estate of a long dead uncle, Peter
Kelly, who amasseda vast fortune in
the Australian gold fields over 30 years
ago. Peter Kelly was living with his
parents in Lancashire, England, when
the Australian ygld craze broke out and
he went to that land to make his for
tune. Nothing was "heard of him until
nearly a quarter of a century ago, when
his mother received word that he would
soon retnrn home a millionaire. He did
not come, however. Inquiry was begun
and the son's story of his millions was
verified, part of tho money being in
Australian banks. Tho family received
the interest on l'he fortune," which was
valued at $15,000,000. Some time ago
Kelly learned of tho existence of a will
in which all of the estate was bequeathed.
to his eldest child, Elizabeth. At that
time he made no effort to secure it. Two
years ago he engaged an attorney, who
has declared that the enormous legacy
will bo placed at the disposal of the girl
. SOVEKEIGK SCOltES DESERTERS.
tie Made Some Suggestions as to Methods
of .Strengthening the Order.
"Washington, Nov. 14. Tho chief
public interest in tho meeting of tho
Knights of Labor was in the addresses
of General Master "Workman Sovereign
and General "Worthy Foreman Michael
J. Bishop. Much of Mr. Sovereign's ad
dress was devoted to the alleged treach
ery of those who headed the revolt
against the general officers of the order
during the past year. He reviewed
what he termed their "devilish treach
ery" and their efforts to "disrupt the or
der.' He made some suggestions as to the
methods of strengthening the order, but
the principal feature of his address was
his appeal to the general assembly to
give to his recent order boycotting na
tutol UptiV.wntpc its official fauction".
Ruth Case Practically Settled.
Pierre, S. D., Nov. 14. In the case
of South Dakota against Thomas H.
Ruth, late superintendent of schools and
public lauds, charging Ruth with crimi
nal negligence, whereby the state lost
about $50,000 through the Taylor defal
cation, Judge Jaffy sntfniried a de
murrer offered -on the part-of tho de
fense which practically settles the caso.
State Needs the Cash.
Cheyenne, "Wy., Nov. 14. The state
board of laud control is making an
effort to have the lands at the disposal
of the state amounting to i early 400,000
acres, selected and leased. Tho income
from the lease of the state lands is de
voted to the support of state institutions
ajvi thfi onnj-T23 sehfiolf
YVOMAN rfND HER WOES. . .
flere Are Just a Pew of tho Handicaps oi
First. Excepting on the sly, she is
Inhumanly barred from using o cigarette
Second. -rr-Sho is Lot allowed to makp
?oye, but merely to receive tho raaunf ac
Third. When she bets with any mem
ber of the other sex, she rarely has the
privilege of paying it if she loses.
Fourth. 7She isi unable to go unat-
tended to the theater.
Fifth. She cannot even dance more
than three times in succession with a
partner whom she likes without being
suspected of a tendency to flirt
Sixth. No matter how put out by
her maid or herrnilliner she is not
permitted the use of stronger language
than "Dear me I" or "How tiresome!"
Seventh. She may not chaff the
waiter at a foreign table d'hote, al
though she knows his language perfect
ly and longs to take advantage of the
chance of showing that she knows it.
Eighth. By a masculine assumption
she is deemed unable to play cricket or
football and is doomed to less violent
games, like croquet and tennis, with
mild yonug men.
Ninth. Though over head and ears
in love, she may never make tin offer,
except, perhaps, in leap year, and for
this it would be hard for her to quote
an actual precedent.
Tenth. She is expected to bo able to
make use of a needle aqd is thus" dis
abled from competing with men in
works of idleness.
Eleventh. Her ears are steeped in
slang when her brothers come home
from. School, and yet ske. is obliged, aft
far as possible, to keep her lips from
Twelf th.If there be a baby in the
hoBswbere she is visi ting, she is pre
ed to be wiable to talk: sensibly
Thirteenth. When her married sister
makes a call, she is always pounced up
on to entertain tho children.
Fourteeetb. However humorous her
tempera meet may naturally be, she can
sot crack a joke or sing a comic song
without being thought eccentric
"Fifteenth. She rasst "not practice
boxing, except as regards tho ears of
her small brothers: , f
Slgpecth. She. allowed th'
ptivlicVo bf a ' mcti&rf. ; TW-mV j
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In the year 1932 IJaK on bachelors
was unusually mgn.-aati geniaiuj'Ifflre&;vers " .ams.i I oionI
Wainwright was disposed "to evadiitjlS
possible. It was due on the firstrSayaS
the new year, and Miss Alice Griggsy tirae, iMM&mQmm
had rejected him early in May. ItwasuH , "&o&9& msw
now the middleof November ,and as more
than six months had elapsed since that
rejection he knew it wouW:HOt be rec
ognized in the eyes of the law as a suffi
cient reason why he should not bo taxed.
oppOTtunity tQ say "No,,an oversight,
In the stato where he lived there as
a law to the effectr thatevery bachelor
should be taxed who could not show a
written rejection or in other ways giyo
proof that ho had proposed matrimony
to some eligible young lady and had
been refused within a period of sis
months. It was determined to resortto
every lawful means to break up the un
married condition which forced so many
weinen to competo with men in the
tlatwr market Taxes were lCviedJn ac
cordance with the eligibility of the
bachelor, and tho mgney derived' there-
irom was used m the support of unpio
tected women., ,
Tom Wainwright, being 0 years pf
ago, handsome, prosperous and in every
way nble-tp carefor.a wifeihadJfor.fi.yo
years been obliged to pay a tax which
he considered out of all reason. Not
only that, but ho knew thatforthe next
ten years the tax would be steadily in
creased. He had on several occasions
evaded it by engaging himself to Borne
attractive maiden, then, when tho dan
ger of taxation "was past for that year,
causing a quarrel which resulted in his
dismissal, but the authorities had be
come suspicious, and Tom had reason
to believe that another such event would
be closoly investigated. Clearly he must
find some new and yet plausible way to
evade tho tax on bachelors this year or
deprive himself of many luxuries which
he was sure he could not lo without.
Down at his clubhouse his friends
were entertaining a guest from abroad,
"and Tom ought to havo shed the light
of his cheerful smile on tho scene. He
knew very well that tho fellows never
enjoyed themselves quite so well when
he was absent, but ho felt in no mood
for merrymaking tonight. He donned
dressing-gown and slippers, set a box of
choice cigars on the table, which he push
ed close beshle the open grato; then,
throwing himself into his most inviting
easy chair, gave himself to the problem
which confronted him. Ho had thought
of no feasible solution whon, the guest,
from abroad haying been sufficiently
entertained, Tom was joined by Sander
Ridgway, his most intimate club friend,
"What's up, old fellow?" asked
Sander, helping himself to an easy
chair aud a cigar. "We missed you at
"I was too stupid to make a decent
appearance, so preferred to remain at
home. Have a good time?"
"Tiptop! I wish you could have met
that fellow, Tom. What ails you, any
how? Yon look decidedly morbid. "
"I feel morbid. Business has been
dull the past year, aud it is almost time .
for that confounded matrimonial tax."
"You must have a big one to pay to
make you look like this."
"It was $5,000 last year, and it will
be heavier this. Confound such a law,
anyhow ! I believe it would be better to
"let women scratch for themselves, as
they used to do in the good old days of
our grandm.oth ers. ' '
"Oh, I don't know about that!
Women's work cheapens labor, you
know. That fs one renson why the mat
rimonial tax becamo a law. And, after
all, you would not like to see women
obliged to care for themselves. It would
look very bad for tho men. "
"I know it, Sander. I presume I'm
selfish, but, really, this tax is as hard
to pay as a doctor's bill."
"Then why don't you marry? You
could support a wife on $5,000 a year. "
"I have not yet seen any one who
was worth the price of my freedom.
No, thank you, Sander. I'd rather pay
the money and live alone. But I don't
see just where the money is to come
from. There's the rub. I shall be oblig
ed to take a cheaper room, discharge my
valet, take meals at a. second class res
taurant and smoko 5 centers. "
"That's where the law gets in its
vork, my boy. By a steadily increasing
pressure of self denial it-hopes"
"It is ontrageous !"
"It gives you a choice. For my part
I prefer matrimony. "
"Is that a fact?" u.
"It is." .
"Who is the young lady?"
"Miss Alice Griggs. "
"O-ii-h-h! Ahem! Is that is that
why she refused me?' '
"I presume it had something to do
with it. my boy.. She is a very sensible
young lady.1 ' -
"Tastes differ. However, I think she
I congratulate yen, Sander. You
know, of course, that there was no seri
ous lovemaking between us."
"To be sure. Alice said she suspected
that you were fishing for a refusal, and
so she accommodated .yous"
"I wish I had not given her the op
portunity to accommodate me quite so
early in the season. It might have
helped me out o this difficulty had I
been less premature with my proposal."
Tom did. not choose to have it known
that lie had been so carried away by the
charms of the lovely Alice that he had
proposed without- a thouglrt of the con
sequences. It was a mistake which he
did not make very often. He almost en
vied Sander, but he did not propose to
havo that known either. He was glad
now that Alico had believed his love-
Hiaking to have been for the purpose of
securing a refusal, yet he could not help
wondering whether it would have made
any differenco had riio been undeceived.
It was something he should never
know, for h6 did not cac to have the
wife of another know that she came
nearer to his heart than any lady whom
he bad ever cist. ,
Why don't you become eneaced
again"?" asked Sauder.
I have gone .my limit ia that direc
tion," replied Torn. "If I am .party to
another broken engagement, I Khali bo
sabject to a heavy fine."
"ion are -in a bad fix, old fellow.
and that's a apt Still yon might-let
the next engagement Tun for the three
years allowed, and umb pefeftafs yon
Ik 1 4 VI t L 99 '.I . i
ivuuju apt frruaiHe TO'
"I wowler how- that- weald erfe?
ghtened perceptibly. 'I
rwould otherwuer bo spent lnthOTaafen-
ufd be a fereat
r5ca' i t
some gin in wnom
d"o3&)oHl confide sOnfeoaewhosiiould
iagsWdtf dismiss you at the-NsadlofJ the
iaiI - ifeald be in ..irpjrtfB tf&J&K did
lmitotfitflTen a man breantnejgDgage-
three years tne law nas no mercv pn
hinilwaarayrfin'aucial ruin. "I :
- "Clarissa Pearce is a sensible sort of
"I'd rather be dead than be ebligcd
tp marry her. She would never let me
off of her own accord." Besides she is
38 oc 28 years pld,. She would notnrake
such an arrangement unless she thought
e. in earnest, for it would deprive her
of her pension: "
"I don't understand."
"Don't you know that if a woman
receives no proposal of marriage be
tween thq. twenty-fifth and thirtieth
years she receives an"' extra amount of
money,-on. pay day which is called a
pension for the unprotected? This pen
sion is paid once in three years, after
the "age of 30, to those who have not
rejected a suitor since the last payment.
Even if I could make up my mind td
actas Miss Clarissa's escort during the
next three years I doubt if she would
be willing to consent to the arrange-
meht, unless she meant to hold me to it
at the end of that time."
- '.'I had forgotten the pension law. It
would deprive Miss Clarissa of two
"And I should be taking an -awful
risk. No, Sander, it won't do. We must
think of something else."
For several minutes there was silence
between the two young men. Then
Sander startled his friend by springing
to his feet with a most exultant shout.
"I have it!" he said. "Tom, I can
help you out of this scrape like magic.
I know the very girl. "
"You do? Old boy, if you help me
now, I'll never forget it."
"I have a cousin" -
"Have I seen her?"'
"No; she livesjin the country."
"Pretty as a picture graceful, too,
and very well read. Sho is a stunner
and no mistake, but"
. "Well, don't hesitate. But what?"
"Sho has an awful temper."
"That doesn't count. I may show
you an interesting case of 'Taming of
the Shrew. ' It would add variety to my
humdrum existence. Really, X, believe I
should like it."
''Well, suppose you sit down aud
write a note, explaining the sftuation
fully. Daisy hates anything like de
ceit." "Do you mean that I must tell her
that I want to bo engaged to her for a
period as long as the law allows that I
"Tom, lean hcjp.you out of thlscrape."
may evade the matrimonial tax, and
that she must agree.beforehand to dis
miss me at the end of that time?"
"Precisely. Daisy would try to mako
life a burden to yon if sho thought you
were deceiving her."
"Do you suppose sho will consent to
such an arrangement?"
"I think so. Sho wishes to study
music and has decided not to marry be
fore her twenty-sixth birthday. She is
21 now and has property enough to en
able her to take care of herself, so sho
cares nothing for the maiden's pay day.
I think sho would liko an escort who
would not trouble her with a lover's
importunities and who would act as a
shield between herself and possible
"It will do no harm to propose, at
Tom wrote the letter, as his friend
had suggested, sealed it carefully, ad
dressed it to Miss Margaret Blake and
gave it to Sander to deliver. Sander in
closed it in one giving full particulars,
and an duo time Tom received the fol
lowing reply .
Mr. Tom Wainwright:
Dbar Sir I have jnst finished reading your
proposal aud my cousin's pleasant account of
you, vrhich ho "was so good as to send with the
proposal. In reply, I will say that I agreo to
consider m yself your betrothed for a period of
thrco years and to release yon at the end of
that time, provided you conduct yourself dur
ing that time as a gentleman should toward
tho lady whom ho esteems highly, hut . does
not expect to marry. I do not liko endear
ments, hut I understand that society is some
what exacting in regard, to the hehavior of en
gaged people, and I shall try to so conduct
myself that wo may not bo commented upon.
I can: sec that you would prefer not to have it
known that wo are engaged simply for con
venience. It will please me to havo a desirable
escort during my stay in town, and Cousin
Sander assures me that I shall find you simply
perfect. I wonder what he has told you about
me. That I have an abominable temper, I
presume. He considers that my chief charac
teristic Well, it is had, but console yourself
with the thought that, so far as I know, it is
the only fault I have! And I am not cross
when things go to suit mc. If you prove a
satisfactory escorr, I presume you will never
know from experience that lam notvsimply
angelic! Yours truly, iLLHGAiiET Blake.
Tom found this letter quite satisfac
tory and could hardly wait for tho day
when he was to see Miss Margaret, or
Daisy, as her cousin called her and as
he liked to think of her. A number of
his best friends knew of his good for
tune in finding a charming girl who
Was willing to be engaged to him for a
period of three years and to give him
his liberty at the end of that iime.
"It will," heexplained, ".not deprive
me of my freedom in any sense of the
term. In fact, it will give me greater
freedom. I can be pleasant with other
girls without their thinking that I am
making love, and even if I should fall
in lovo with one of them my engage
ment to Daisy will not prevent me from
explaining matters to the other girl and
declaring my sentiments, "
It was really quite a nice arrange
ment, and Tom would not have had a
mpment's uneasiness bef ere he met Miss
Margaret had he not overheard two of
his friends talking about him ono day
at dinner .
f'I wouldn't havo believed Tom
Wainwright would be so simple," said
one of them, "as to gp and engage him-
afelf to a girl whom he bad never seeir'
"Hti Org&yWa ar-Kffigway's- judg.
of the fine, andit
EVENDfG, NOVEMBER 15, 1895.
mmnim sfttaji mog-
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oTfiereSrflft-fljK ": eilj$fc3hjfcejr1
Tom was decidedly unconifortarlfif1'
when he left tho table. His di&dalort ,
increased jis tho day on which Miss.Mar-? . j
garet was to arrive drew nearer. He was ;
very nervous when ho went to the station '
with Sander to meetbor. He had hoped
tP meet her before it became necessary ;
to announce the engagement, but she :
was dolayed in her preparations, and it
was nearly Christmas when she reached
the city. All engagements must be an- j
nounced before the first day of Decern- '.
ber or the bachelor was not relieved
from tho necessity of paying the matri-'
Continued iu next issue. , .
State of Ohio, City op Toledo,
Lucas Count v, . 'J
Frank J. Cheney' uiakes oath that he is
the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney &Co., doing businessin tho City
of Toledo, County and State aforesaid
and that said firm will pay the sum of
One Hunlred Dollars for each and every
case of Catarrn that cannot be cured by
tho use. of Hall-s Catarrh Cure.
Sworn to before me and subcribed in
my presenco this 6th day of December,
, , A. W. GLEASON,
seal Notary Public.
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Nnllonnl Bank Bldfr, MOttll r laue, INeU.
NOTICE OF SALE.
Ia the matter of the estate of Beajnniio F. Mooro,
AJOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN, That In pur
i sunnco of an order of Wm. Neville, Jadgo
of the district court of Lincoln county, made ou
the 1st day of August, 1895 for the aale of the real
estate hereinafter described, there will be sold at
the East front door ot the courthouse in North
Platte, Nebraska, on SATURDAY, tho 7th
day of DECEMBER, 1895, at one o'clock
p. m. or galu day, at public vendue,
to ttie highest bidder for cash the following de-
Bsribed real estate, to-vrit: The eest half of the
southwest quarter of section '2d. and the west" half
of the northwest quarter of section :'.7t, all In town
hip 9 north, of rango 23 west. Said sale will ro
main open one hoar.
Dated August 31st, lSi5.
Henry O. If inton.
Administrator of the estate of Benjamin F. Moore,
By Grimes & Wilcox, his attorney". N153
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will always find it at J.
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Coal Oil, 'Gasoline,1
Crude Petroleum and ;
Coal Gas Tar'..
Xeave orders at Newton's Store.
R. D. THOMSON,
Contractor aud Builder.
127 Sixth Sfc.,Cor. of Vine,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA
Dr. Humphrey Specific are scientifically and
carefally isrepared Serooites, used for years In
private practice &ad for over- thirty years by the
people with entire SBCeesc " Erery single Specific
a special cure for the disease naaed.
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1 Fevers, CoBeestloBs, lBS&nAtiosa.. .ti.'i
tiWermn, "Worra Tever. Worm Colic .J5
3 TectklBe; Colic, Crylag. WakefslseM .25
4 Diarrkea, of CalI4reH or AdaKs 25
7 Ceagbs. Colds, BreBciHk .25
5 Nemralzla, Tootlmebc, Faceacfee.. 25
9 Headackes; Sick Headecbe, Vertigo.. StS
18 Bygpepsia, Bflioasfiess, Cosstipation. .25
11 SappreMcd orFalafal Perieds... .25
12 Whites, Too Profuse Periods . .25
13 Ore Bp, LaryHKitls, Hoarseaess 25
14 Salt Rkean, Erysipelas. EmpUoas.. .25
15 Hkeanatls, Kbeazi&tlc Pains 25
IS Malarial CSUls, Ferer asdAgBe .25
18 Catarrk, IaflwMM.okl te fee Head. .25
2-Wk8plHsr CeHKk..... .2
27-Kiaaey Diseases J
3 Uriaary Weakins 25
34 Sere Threaf , Qstecy, Ulcerated Throat .'25
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U. P. TIME TABLE.
No. Atlantic Express Dept 12:10 A. u.
No. 4 Fast Mail 815a.m.
No. 2-Limited " 9:20 A. M.
No. 23 Freight . " 7K)0 a. m.
No. 18 Freight " 6:00 p. M.
No. 22 Freight " 4:00 a, ji.
GOING VrtST MOUNTAIN TIME.
No. 7 Pacific EioreBB Dept 7:10a. m
No. 1-Limited " 11:00 P. m
No.21-Freight " 350 p. M
No.23-Froight - " 620 A. u
N. OLDS. Agent.
JjlRENCH & BALDWIN,
NORTH PLATTE, - - 2TEBRASKA.
Office over N. P. If tl. Bank.
QRIMES & WILCOX,
rfORTH PLATTE, - NEBRASKA.
Office' over North Platte National Bank.
E. N. Fv DONAIDSON,
Assistant Surgeon Union Pacflc R?""
and Member of Pension Board,
NORTH PLATTE, ... SEBEASKA
Office over Streitz's Drug Store.
yrtf: EVES, M. lv - .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
NORTH PLATTE, - - - NEBRASKA
OiBce: Neville's Block. Diseases' of Women
and Children n Specialty.
GJ0. NAU MAN'S-
Meats at wholesale and re-
tail. Fish and Game in
Season. Sausage at all!
times. Gash paid for Hides. !
E. B. WARNER,
A full line of first-class funeral supplies j
always in stock.
NORTH PLATTE, - NEBRASKA.
Telegraph orders promptly attended to.
Hershey & Co.
Agricnllnrai : Implements
OP ALL KINDS,
Farm and - Spring Wagons,
Buggies, Road Garts,
Wind Mills, Pumps, Barb
Wire, Eta. . -
Locust Street, between Fifth and Sixtir
MARBLE : WORKS!
W, C, RITNER,
Han'frof and Dealer lu
Curbing,. Building StQne,
And all kinds ofIonam'ental and' Cemetery workV
Carofnl attend ou given to lettering of every de-J
scriiJJon. Jobbing dose ensbbst notice. Orders
afci feusw freely fH-El3id. .j
To V. E; Higley and M. Strong . j ,
You will take notice that Benjnzhlu DaeRett, ns
plnmtiS, did on the 19th day of July, lbUi, iilo his
petition in the District court of Lincoln county,
Nebraska, oninst Alpha Hill.. Serilda Hill, TV. E.
Higloy and W. II. Strong, as defendants, the object
and prajer Of which is to forecloao n certain mort
gage executed by Alpha Hill and Serilda Hill to
the Saint Joseph Loan ft Trust Coupanyv n cor-k
poration, upou the east half of the northeast
quarter (E J5 N E H i.the nortltwestquarter of thot
northeast quartor(N W K N Eland the northeast
quarter of the northwest quarter (N E U N W f H
all In section numbered ten (10) in township num--beredten
(10), of raugo numbered thirty-four'
(31), west of the Sixth principal meridian contain
ing one hundred rind sixty (1(50) acres 3nnre-cr
less according to United States survey, to secure
tho payment of n certain proiumissory note datSl? '
October first, A. D.. 1889, for the sum of six hutu,
drcd dollars ($600), dne and payable on the fifit1
day of October, lb94, which note and mortgage
were afterwards Sold, aligned and delivered Itr
the above named plaintiff who l now the 1M1
owner and holder thereof ; that there is now and
upon said noto and mortgage tho sum- oflf&t
hundred dollars IJC00) with interest thereon at the
rale of seven per cent, per annum from tho .first
day of April, 1891, until the first day of October,
lS'il, and with interest thereon at thq rale ofiepr
percent, per anuumfrom tho flrstday of Octoter,
1834, until paid; for which sum, 'with inter eat itfll
costs of suit, said plaintiff prays for a decree that
the defendants above named be required ;du!Jp&41
the same or that said premises be sold to satisfy
the amount found due-said plaintiff, and f& iPfi'e
cree forever barring and foreclosing ail
defendants from all equity of redomptiom
interest in said premises. . ,
You are required to answer said pelitlobJotrDr
before the Oth day of December, 1S03. ,r..,!
Untfid lhls'2sJth tlnv o'f Ofitnbfir. 1H3.1. J13lMi
JOHN H. C.ALy,tNwnQr
. r. -.itt ilftvt,
XOTJCE FOR .I'lrB LIGATION r -,0y
Land Offlco nt North Platte. Xefe,
October Slat, lS'JJjyfUJpizv
Notice is hereby given thnt John Cooper lias
filed notIce;f intention to make fihal5?rtfforo
Registerand Receiver at tils ofHce In North Plnttev
timber culturenppllcatlono. 11.7KL for to north,
east quarter of sectlbd No. 'JO, in ti n7iIiSN(01iir
north, range No. 34 west. He names, n witntsei
George Dugan, Joseph "Weir, John W&Palhl Afe&rtf
LadwJck, all of Paxtpn, Nobrnskar,'i. -t;.,r ,r
ifJ-6 - JOHN P. IN3fAN.d?egSter;,ll
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