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TfiE NOfiTH -PLAT33B-.-SBH1-WEEKLY TRIBUNE: FRIDAY IVENIM, 'UOYEHBER 15, 1895.-
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,LtftdNif trite Worfef.
Sells tlie above Coffee
together with a complete line of
Prices Always Seasonable.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
Paid For Country Produce.
According to the Keith County
News Ted McEvoy kas sold his
ranch - in that county to Simon
Brogan for $2,300.
A couple of the school direc
tors' children were indefinitely
suspended from school one
day this week for the violation of a
A bright -new girl baby was
born to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jeter on
Monday of this week. The young
lady has the best wishes of The
Colonel Cody has his eye open
for Schlatter as a feature of the
"Wild West show for next season.
He is of the opinion that himseTf
and the "Messiah" wbulck make a
The B. & M. is figuring upon
a new time-card which will also
probably go into effect next Sun
day in order to offset the changes
which will be made at that time by
the Union Pacific.
John Hawley, late "pop" can
didate for county judge, made his
first visit since election to North
Platte yesterday. He hadj his
throat tied up from over-exerting
it during the campaign.
Some fine celery is being put
upon the local market by home
growers of this nutricious plant
Those who are able to hold it until
later in the season will be able to
realize better prices.
-"Willis Vernon took a brief lay
off yesterday and accompanied by
his son went up in the irrigated
district in search of the succulent
-wild goose. In his absence Harry
Rice acted as yardmaster.
" The ladies of the Lutheran
church will give a social at the
Itome of Mrs. Hugh Bird, on the
uorth side, on Monday evening,
Nov. 18th. A cordial invitation is
extended to the public.
James Ewing, an old time con
ductor out of here, passed through
the city this morning on his way
from Denver, whither heliad taken
liis wife for treatment by .the
"Messiah." He shook hands with
a number of his old friends.
It seems necessary to call
another meeting to consult about
the gymnasium, and all wKo ai;e
interested in the matter are urged
to meet at the Y. M. C. A rooms at
eight o'clock Saturday evening.
This meeting is very important
and your presence is needed.
The colored double quartette,
which includes a black Patti, that
will give a concert here on Decem
ber 5th under the auspices of the
local K. P. lodge, is a combination
of high-class artists. They are
under the management of the Slat
ton lecture bureaurwhich is a guar
antee of their excellence.
Capt C. F. Scharmann this
week received a roster of the com
missioned officers of the state mili
tia togethsr with their names and
ranks, The names of the "hierh"
1 lt A1bViiJ w
not given, but their
as the nineteenth officer in the
state and fourth in the Second reg-
The Ariel Ladies' Sextette
concert, under the auspices of the
Y. M. C. A., will be the finest en
tertainaieat of the season. Sev
eral of our townspeople have heard
the ladies and recommend them
very highly. They have been one
of the attractions at the principal
. Chautauqua circles of the country
for the last five years. You can
get your seats reserved arClinton's
after Saturday morning.
Next Monday evening- is the
regular wetting of:the city council.
and am imtereatiag session maybe
expected wlien, the-matter of pur
chasing fire 'hose iepmes up for so
lution. The various failures of the
koee to stand adednate jfire pres
sure have determined that this is
badly seeded; ami jet if just such
pressure as the hose will stand is
""4htrniiifeed 3y tie wafcerwork's com
pany tire will be a "kick" that it
is insttficteoi fprceior jiilective fire
PXOP133 "WHO COKE AJTD GO,
Johk Bratt spVnt veraljdays in
OmaHa this week. j: . jJ 4
E. F. Seeberger went to Suther
land this morning.
Rev. J. C. Irwin returned Wednes
day from a brief visit down the
road. - x
M. Sadcliff, of Cheyenne county,
is visiting -the family of G. A.
The genial 33ob Hasten -.is shak
ing hands with his' Nortb Platte
friends. " - N- - - ' f '
Rev. D. W. Craneand sister, Mrs.
Freeman, visited friends;- here
Mrs. C. G. Hall and son Howard
returned several days ago from a
brief visit in Denver .
Mr. and Mrs; Lester Eells re
turned Thursday morning irom a
week's visit in Denver.
"Nasby" M. Clair visited Denver
for the purpose of seeing the Mexi
can Messiah who now is not.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hollings
worth returned Wednesday 'night
from the eastern part of the state.
Alex. Neilson, of ;the Sutherland
irrigation canal, was ia the city
yesterday and to-day on business.
J. D. Wilson, Gregor Schatz.-Pat
McGovern and a number of others
returned this morning from Den
ver. . ,
James Flynn, E. W. Zeibert and
I. E. Stroud have beeifhunting up
in the vicinity of Roscoe fer a few
Mrs. E. M. Dowd, Mrs. Ge6. L.
VanCamp and' children returned
last night from their extended east
LJTohn Baieraska and family left
yesterday morning for Los Angeles,
Cal., where they expect to make
their future home.
Among the Dever tourists since
our last issue we note Mesdames
Rennie and Fonda, and Misses
Kate and Maggie Barker.
C. F. Scharmann left this morn
ing on No. 4 for Lincoln to pursue
his stenographic studies. He may
conclude to go to Des Moines.Iowa.
John Worthley, who had been
visiting his parents northeast of
town for two'-i-weeks, returned to
Grand Junction, Col., Sunday.
Mrs. M. Douglas expected to
leave this morning for the central
part of the state upon a canvass
ing and collecting tour" for the
Mrs. Wm. Neville will leave Sun
day for a visit in Omaha, Kansas
City and perhaps St. Louis. She
expected to make this trip some
time ago but was unavoidably de
layed. ' Mrs. "Pony Bob" Haslen arrived
in the city Tuesday night and is a
guest at the Cody residence. Her
husband has been connected with'
the Wild West show for a number
J. F. Clabaugh and wife left yes
terday morning for Denver to see
the "healer," but upon arriving at
Cheyenne they learned that Schlat
ter had left Denver. They returned
home this morning.
Rev. A. G. Pmkham, of Grand
Island, who is onef the state of
ficers of the Eastern. Star order,
was in the cit3r yesterday upon of
ficial business connected -with that
Ten locomotives of the 800
class will be sent to Kansas City
from this point in the near future.
All those who are to take part
in the "destnek "scuuie are re
quested to meet at the Y. M. C. A.
rooms at eight o'clock Monday even
ing, JNov. letli, jwituout tail, and
the entertainment will be pushed
to a finish.
The first page ofthe Sidney
Telegraph last week was an ele
gant piece of printer's art work in
the shape of a monument to the
demise of the "pop" party. The
ering Courier was a good second
in the same line of thought.
--The decision of the supreme
court of the state upon the consti
tutional' of the new irrigation
law is expected to be promulgated
upon the. 19th inst It will be
awaited with a great deal of inter
est. ; '
Mrs. Harry Rice and Wm.
Breternitz and mother went over to
Gandy Thursday to attend a
"house warming" at what is prob
ably the largest and best "Nebras-
rka brick" house in Logan county.
Harry went over after Mr. R. yes
terday and will probably return
home Sunday. The house belongs
to C. M. Fisher, a son-iif-law of
Cheap, the John Baieraska house
on west Fourth street. Four rooms
and everything in good repair. For
particulars inquire at this office.
Studebaker Wagons and
Buggies at Hershey & Go's,
IHr.A. F. Sawyer I have fead KbeaaaaUtm eiace
X w 20 FWS, old, bat piece asiag 7ar Family
Car a bare torn free froa St. It- alw cored say
jwOr. BrookTytf, !or. oW Taj F, U, Lokff.
Rev. H. W. Stearns, of Grand
Island, will preach at the Baptist
church next Sunday, both morning
and evening. Go and hear him.
Subjects at the M. E. church
for next Sabbath: Morning, "How
to grow, or the law of develop
ment;" evening, vlmraortality."
R. D." Thomson is very em
phatic in his declaration that the
South Side irrigation company will
have the water tliey need next sum
mer. In this issue will be found the
first installment of a series.of short
novelettes, fc by leading- authors,
which will be published in these
columns during the winter months.
A little sanitary precaution
upon the part of parents may pre- j
as this dread disease seems to be
working eastward along the line of
the Union Pacific railway.
The rain and snow storm of
Tuesday night demonstrated that
the new style of putting in street
crossings, while inexpensive, is a
complete success as a mud collec
tor whenever there is a heavy rain.
The Ladies of the G. A..R.
will hold their next private social
at the home" of Mrs. Schmazried on
the evening of the 30th. On this
occasion a number of invited
guests will be present.
Regular services at the Presby
terian church on Sunday at 10:30
in the morning and 7:30 in the even
ing. "Not by might or by power,
but by my spirit, sayeth the Lord
of hosts." All are welcome to these
One of the features of the mili
tary ""ball on Thursday, evening
next will be the drill of fire Cody
Guards in their new dress uniforms.
The Gordon cornet band will lead
the grard march.
. Now that the evenings are get
ting Jong literary' societies in the
rural districts are being numer
ously organized throughout all the
length and breadth of this land.
Theseare training schools for the
youth, which prepare them for
greater forensic efforts in after
years. In this latter lies their use
A social dance will be given at
Lloyds opera house on Thanks
giving eve, Nov. 27th. The ladies
of the Altar society of St. Patrick's
church will serve supper arioT're
freshments in the opera house from
5:30 o'clock until the close of the
evening's entertainment. Full par
ticulars of the entertainment will
be given in next week's issue.
The members of the Second
ward hose company are making
preparations to put on a modern
drama in the near future, the pro
ceeds of which entertainment will
be used toward the purchase of new
uniforms for the company. This
is something quite badly needed,
as the boys still use the suits pur
chased by the company years ago.
It is said the last false alarm
of fire on Monday evening was oc
casioned by the driving of a tack
in one of the posts supporting the
wire by a patent medicine adver
tising man. If the system is thus
unreliable, it had better be either
at once repaired oMtsv use discon
tinued. Certainly if these false
alarms are continued it will not be
long ere the Union Pacific company
may issue an order which will se
riously effect the efficiency of-fhe
-Col. . W. F. Codyarrived at
home'on Wednesdaj night and was
met at the depot by the Cody
Guards, the Gordon cornet -band
and a large number of citizens. A
salute was fired by the former and
a number of pleasing selections
rendered by the latter. A false
alarm of fire was sounded a tew
minutes previously which drew out
a great many of our people who re
mained .up to greet the Colonel on
his home coming.
We ane the People who have
The BEST FLOUR,
? s The BEST COFFEE,
The BEST TEA,
'The 'fiiiest giades of everything in the Grocery Line
in the City; always fresh and at prices that
HABINGTON & TOBIN.
JlEW AND J7 RETTY
Button Hooks, '
and iriariy other pretty and useful articles.
CASH AND PRICES
Call and we can convince you that 5 ,
we are making reduced prices for v -Cash,
and TIElf Itt SMKE.-
-Rev. Geo. A. Beecher is in
structing, free of charge, a-class in
The Methodist people held a
very enjoyable Tuesday evening at
the residence of C. L. Williams.
The Ladies of the Maccabees,
give a public oyster supper in the
Ottenstein building to-morrow ev
ening. Wm. Woodhurst is- serving his
county this week as a trial juror
in Omaha in the United States dis
trict court held by Judge Dundy.
John Baker, the crack shot of
the Wild West show, will spend
the winter in Brooklyn as the prop
erty man for a theatrical company.
Geo. Wagner, the Front street
cigar maker, has added two coons
to the attractions of his store. The
animals were captured., south of
The local St. Andrew's Broth
erhood has been reorganized with
B. C. Clinton as director and F. B.
Bullard secretary. Initiation will
occur on the 30th.
Smoke Wright's byal Sports
and Havana Rose 5-cent cigars.
Rev. Snavely, of the Methodist
church is figuring on issuing a
small weekly paper devoted princi
pally to the interests of his church
The rain, and snow of Tuesday
nicrht will do its share toward
ting the ground in
for the farmer next spring. It was
the heaviest precipitation we have
had for several months.
Certain observing individuals
predict that this winter will be con
ducive to more than the ordinary
number of local cases of petit lar
ceny. If their guess is correct it
will require extra efforts upon the
part of the officers.
According to the latest, train
No. 5, "the North Platte local,"
will leave Omaha at 9:30-a. m. and
arrive in this city at 8 p. m. under
the new time card which will go
into effect next Sundav. It is said
that it will be a four-car train.
The report that Mrs. J. E. Ba
ker, who is now in Wisconsin, is in
such a condition that death is daily
expected, lacks authentic confirma
tion. Recent advices state that she
is recovering rapidly from the tre
panning operation performed in
Snpn1.inr rif Pnlnn f1 C.nr? flip
"i t." & t 1. , .1 . ;The funeral services were conduct
Omaha Bee says; Just at this time , . r
Mr. Cody is turning his attention
to reclaiming arid lands in the vi
cinity of Sheridan, Wyo. During
the coming season he will complete
154 miles of irrigating ditch. This,
when the water is turned on, will
be capable of
acres of land.
ia wo! "
It) Sterling Silver ard Cut Qlass.
Pocket-books, Paper Cutters, v
Glove Buttoners, Key Rings,
Key Ring Markers, Match Boxes,
Umbrella Markers, . - Hat Markers,
Bag Tags,. Tie Holders, .
Cigar Cases, Tooth-pick Cases,
CLINTON, The Jeweler.
Cash is an inducement to usr
Are prices to you? . .
mm b SWarthoal
the J.RIBUNE desires corres
pondents in Maxwell, Wellfleet,
Buchanan and Wallace. Who will
volunteer to furnish news from
these places, or from others not al
ready supplied by correspondents?
The first annual ball of the
Cody Guards will be held on Thurs-
day evening ot next week, ana as a
society event it promises to be quite
a success. Ticket sales up tcrdate
indicate a large atttendence.
The statement in these columns
to the effect that U. G. Sawyer had
resigned his position as U. P.
watchman was incorrect. He ap
plied for a 60-day lay-off but it was
not granted, and he is still hustling
coal rustlers and bums.
The Episcopal fair and supper
at Keith's hall on Tuesday evening
of next week offers you an oppor-
tunity for recreation, pleasure and
profit recreation by having a place
to co, pleasure bv witnessing- the
farce to be given on the stage,
and profit by purchasing suitable
Christmas gifts at very reasonable
prices, Supper twenty-five cents,
with which is given an admission
ticket for the entertainment.
Campbell & Sawyer invite the
attention of readers of this paper
to their new stock of groceries
which they have just opened out in
VonGoetz's old stand on the north
side. Although a trifle out of the
way to capture much trade from
the south side, Third ward people
will probably be sufficiently loyal
to give the boys a good patronage.
They have a fresh, neat stock, and
their store looks very Inviting.
Dr. W. A. DeBERRY,
Office in Firgi: Ntl. Bank Bldng.
Tom Haley was up at; Bjg
Springs on Wednesday and reports
that village in a state of quaran
tine on account of a malignanl
type of diphtheria being prevalent
therein. Country people are noti
fied to keep out of town, which
seems a needless warning, as not
many of them would have a dispo
sition to enter, under the circum
Mrs. . Davidson and B. L
Davidson, of Glenn's Ferry, Idaho,
and Morris Turnham, of Pocatello,
accompanied the remains of the
late Rob't Davidson to this city.
ed by the 1. of L. B.. of which he
deceased was a member, yesterda
afternoon, and the remains were
followed to their last resting place
in the JNorth Flatte cemetery by a
number of sympathizing friends.
The deceased was.forty.-four years
old, and death was due to abscess
of the brain.
Genial Tim McCarthy, of the
bridge and building department.
went down to Omaha before elec
tion, it is thought with designs of
votimr the "citizens' ticket," al
though it is seldom he so far wan
ders from the republican fold. Ow
ing to Ins long continued absence
his- friends fear for his safety,
thinking that, one of Rosewater's
"corporation cormorants" or Mvenal
vampires" has fastened its tenta
cles upon him and silently sucked
his life away. Elegantly engrossed
.resolutions of inquiry as to his
whereabouts were forwarded to his
superintendent in Omaha ia the
hope . that they will develop some
evidence of Tim's existence.
All persons owing us old
bills must now call and settle
with cash or approved note.
want this outstanding
money to enable us., to dis
count our bills and thus com
pete Y7ith cash stores.
HARRINGTON & TOBIN.
?ae, tfcto, MooAIeM peopl fcoId Bee Dr.'SCT
yc'tilB.. Jtt&Uw gravest rwejy la tie
Has no Superior no equal.
provement in milling machinery the product of the hard,
excellent wheat of the north. If you are not. using the?
, Washburn Flour,
- IF NOT,
Others save money by buying goods 3
of us. Why don't you? We sell you: 3
A Nov. 8 all copper wash
A joint of stove pipe for
A common stove pipe
" An adjustable stove pipe elbow f or
A Madole hammer for :
z 2 1-pint tin cups for .
!6 engraved tumblers for
A one-half gallon pitcher for.
A set of handled tea cups and saucers 42 cents. 3
- Underwear and Hosiery well come 3
ancl see for yourselves our prices and 3
qualities talk. We have a larger stock
than evej? of Jotioqs3Tiaware, Furnish-3
ing (roods, Crockery and the largest
stock of Q-lassware and Lamps ever in
North Platte. ' Come and see us.
Wilcox : Dep't : StoreJ
i (one door south of Streitz' drug store.) 3
DOWN ' '
" THE .
Best Ironstone Chinaware.
Ewer and Basin, $1.2, cut to 89 Cts.
Covered Chamber, 75 cents, cut to 57 Cts.
Child's Chamber .V. .". fc. ..... .40 Cts
Bed Pans, $1.25, cut to
Rockingham Tea Pots, 45 cts.,
Rockingham Tea Pots, lo cts.,
Rockingham TeaPot3q cts.j
Yellovjr Cake fyls
Every Housewife needs some
iCAMPBELL & SAWYER j
II ' Just Opened with a Fresh Stock of
'Groceries;- Provisions, 1
i FLOUR AND FEED, I
MOST o DELICIOUS o COFFEE o IN THE o-WORLD''
HARRINGTON k TOBIN, SOLE
'SZ.GsM trace WAa- A S
It Pays to Advertise in The Trftnne.
Why not,get the BEST?.
It is the result of studied im
try it. It issold by
SEES IIS 'I
WHY NOT? I
-15 cents. 3
..-15 cents. 3
55 cents. 3
25 cenfcs. r
20 cents. 3
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- ' ! " 90 Cts
cut to- ..'. : 28 Cts"
cut to' . - ,v'l 24 cts
cut tq - "" " .2Q cts
4QC, 33c and 2qc.
of theso Goods. Get them now,
ACTS. NORTH PLATTE, NH