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: ; One Year, in Advance, - - - - $1.50.
Six Months, in Advance, - r 757
Three Months, in Advance, - - - .50.
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-Advertising Rates oil Application.
OSce in HinaanH's Block on Spruce Street, orer
the Poet Office.
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NO. 49.
ud Ofiee at KottU fkMeMek
Notion U tenby kitm tJt tfa folkyvf
settler has filed notice of h ioteatiea.
anal oroof 1a MBDOtt or ma elaiat aa
proof will be made before taa Kwtjator aaal Ba
ceirer 17. 8. La&d Office at. Sortt ftattellehiaa.
ka,oaJaaaarraMh.U68, viz: FiaakKtaaaVe
iioBaeeteaa zaaj ino, wi'jk ue vmiauw
aadrtta.-jaaa haCf ahe
the aortheaat qoarter
aorthwset qairter aeetioa M, tovta XL
ue zouowuic wii
, C. M. DUNCAN, M. D.
- Fhysiotan and Surgaon. .
OmcK Otteprteid'e Block, ap etairo. Office
. - l?kon from 9 to 13 .., 2 to 5aaa7to9p.
Keetdeaceoa west mztn street.
-AL.ttorney at Law,
Boom 11, Laad Office Block.
H. D. Rhea.
Real Estate
Room 12, Land Office Block.
General Law
and Land Office Business
Cit- and Farm Property for Sale.
Fire and Tornado Insurance Written.
Money to Loan on Improved City and
Farm Property at Low Rates of Interest.
Couty SnperifltendeBt's Notice.
The County Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion of Lincoln County will be at his office
in North Platte on the
for examination of teachers and
to attend to any other business that may come
coatianoas Testdence apon aad'etutitaUca of
said lead. t: Carl Stave. O. 8oWataaK. Write
maun aid M. Elias, all of WeUfieat, Mebnakm.
Wx.'Mxvius. flagiafar.
TJ. a Laad Office, Korth PlatteNab.. I
" TSm whet 'OMltmy T
Complaint haTina; beam eaterad at taia offiee ky
Ludwis Paha laiiMt Jane JTohtaaan for fJUi i '
to cofflply with law a-- to Tiaiber-Cmttara Safer
No. S6S9 dated Deoeaaber 4thi 18m,"npofi taaTl
qnarter eectioa SO, townahip.12, rut 40, im Urn
cola. oouBty, Nebraaka, with a.iaawta.thaaaa-
rlItioa of Mid entrr: cool
stud JaBe Uobuwon baaaiied to maatvar
to be broken five aeree.aad failed to'colttaa
part oL aaid tract aa vtoaired by
day; toe aaxi paruea: arcnereoy aoi
Do not mind what others say,
But to THE PALACE wend your way;
Times are hard and money tight,
So now we are all into the fight. ,
One among us must fall down,
While, the other wears the crown. '
Bleings on you now we bring,
pear at thk office Ton ti 30tfij
r w.
Land Office at North Platte, Neb.,
Noveatbef 3taLlB87.
Coaaplaint havinK been entered at tha office by
Ansa Z. Cox apdaet John Lv'Wyriek for failare
to comply with laws aa to tiaber-caltare eafaj
No. 8614, dated April 27th,'18WLnpon the lota
5, and 6, section 6, township 15. range 27, in Lin
coln ooaaty, Neb., with a new to the caacellatiea
of said entry; conteetaat AUeajma; that John L.
Wrrick has failed to break or canae to be brokaa
any part of said tract since making said entry.
tnat no part has oeen oroKen or plowed ap to
date; the said parties are hereby smmtnoBea to
appear at this office on-the ltth day of Jaaaarjr.
1868, at 9 o'clock a. m., to respond and faraish
testimony concerning said alleged failare.
485 Wx. Nkthxk, Bagfater.
Est ray Notice.
Taken np on the 15th day of October, A. D.
1887, as strays on section 32, is townahip 12 north,
range S4 west, 6 miles, soath of SonahiBe poat
office, in Lincoln county, Nebraaka, by. the
subscriber, who there resides,, oae buck stare
pony branded JC on left' shomlder, one brown
mare pony branded JC on left shod der. 'one roan
mare pony branded JC on left shoulder, one bay
mare pony branded. JC on left .aho&lder. oae
sorrel'msre nonv hranded JC tin richt 'shoulder.
The owner of said property can hare the same by
proYing property and paying expeaaes. Dated
this 25th day of October, A. D. 18fff.
J. H- .b05Hi.TI,
436 Sunshine, Liacola coaaty. Neb..
before him.
County Superintendent
Prof. N.Klein,
Music Teacher.
Instruction on the Piano, Organ, Violin or any
seed or iirass instrument
Pianos carefully tuned. Organs repaired.
Tine Boot and Shoe Maker,
And Dealer In
Perfect Pit, Best Work and Goods
' Represented or Money Refunded.
Spruce Street, bet. Front and Sixth,
Bismark Saloon
BilliarcLand Pool Hall,
J. C. HUPFER, Prop.,
Keeps none but the finest WMskies,sucli as
0. F. C. TAYLOR.
is hereby given that bids will be received
at the County Clerk's office up to Jan. 1st,
looo, for books, blanks and stationery, to
be furnished for the use of Lincoln county
for the year 1888: . J
twn - a wV k sir ' v
une inai uocnei, juages;.
One Mortgage Index. .J f
One Numerical Index of Lots, 'lined
for 20 lots to block.
One Deed Jlecord $40 pages. -J
One Mortgage Record 640 pages.
One dozen Arnold Ink; quarts. -r '
One dozen Boxes pens, Falcon and
Spencerian .
One dozen Blotters. i - -.s ,
One hundred Road Petitions.
One hundred Bill Heads, large.
Five hundred Bill Heads, small.
One thousand Letter Envelopes
return card."-
One thousand Legal Envelopes with
Two thousand Warrants General Fund.
District Court Blanks.
Twelve dozen Pencils.
Twelve boxes Rubber .Bands.
Two thousand Tax Receipts."
Two thousand Letter Heads and Envel
ones for Treasurer. 4
Three dozen OVjerseeri Notice and. Re,
ceipt Books. ; i ?s i
ine uommissioaers reserve ine ngns w
Teject any or all bids. "f
' J . JY. XiVAnS,
County Clerk
While the conflict has its, swing:
0ft1 'tis said prices are high,
And to save money hither fly.
"Hither" means THE PALACE tore;;.
Where yQU bought so cheap before.
-twt ..ma - .lav
: They stiu nave a maramotn stocR,
'Others try our ways to mock;
f. . But withal at last they yield,
While we still maintain the field.
Crystal Ice, - Crystal lce
Well xvataax X
We will sell a gents' nice suit, '
With a pair of 'spenders boot,
For a trifling Four Dollar,
The price of which make our neighors holler?
A little farther on we find
The splendid suit for all mankind.
: ''' Former price was Ten and fifty, .
jliuvy kJCTCil JLuiiai o tu i lie n.c uo vutijVVj "f. 'PS - i
A little farther up we climb,
, TKe prices there we find sublime.
Goods and prices cut to pieces,
For your uncles, aunts and neices.
Boots and shoes for man and child, .
Childrens suits and pants are piled,
Neat and high upon the shelf,
Please call 'and see for yourself.
'.Overcoats are very low,
Both in stock and prices show .
That we have made a hit,
. Now our stock is badly split.
Split in prices, piles that's true,
Still we have one left for you.
' ' Call and see, give us a trial,
. . We will warrant the latest style. '
No dear 'friends in town and out, ..
Do-not worry, fret and pout.
But simolv do as we now sav.
d-'Wfc'lksaveyou. money-, sorcome-tliislWayjg
. . -r ...... - 1
And when in after years you tell
J. Of truth and fiction vou know well, ;(
Remember us THE PALACE store, .t.j
.' . ? Where you've been so oft before. )
. -FiK-eapW'' of the above ze kindly
ash of: ' our fidends and patrons to give us a call
Wef ore purchasing, insuHng you a saving of a lib-
eral per cent and returning full value for money
received. . Very truly yours. I
L. F, SIMON, Mgr.
Palace Clothing Company.
Grant County.
JEds. TntBUXE: Believing that many
off your readers are interested in the de
yelopment of this new county, I send you
a few notes descriptive of the county and
its, people.
unman, urant county, is the present
terminal of the B. & M. roilroad. There
are several business houses including six
saloons, which prove it to be a terrestria
paradise in a small way for the sporting
j fraternity, who are well and ably repre
. Wild Horse Flats, the home of Moran
i;Bros., is ten miles south of Witman, and
I about the centre of the West Virginia
rcolony, prominent amongst- which are
James Kncaid.Wllliam Thorpe ana Rob.
Moran, the-latttrou1ig gentlemai is
highly accomplished, and a prominent
land locator.
Eighteen miles south of Witman is the
i . . .
residence of Mr. William Proctor. This
; is a veritable type of the New England
country home. The agricultural! products
I compare favorably to those of any section
of the State. There hits been 250 head of
fat steers sold -off the ranch this season,
there are yet over a thousand head of
cattle and horses on the property. The
great sheds, and the large amout of hay,
point significantly to wintering them.
But the pride of the ranch is the Clydes
dale stallion, Black Douglass, and the
large flock of Plj-mouth Rock chickens.
Two miles further south is the well
known firm of Tufford & Chamberlain,
who are doing a fair business The first
ball in Grant county was given- there on!
evening of 'Dec. 8th, adjoining counties
good contingents. It was' an
j sending
I desire to inform the public that I wil
tnis winter put np irom
free from all dirt or sediment, pumped
from the second water bearing - strata.
This ice will be a boon to the people of
North Platte, who, until my attempt last
summer, (and I did not have enough to
lasi inrougn me summer; nayet neenj sup
plied with river ice, which is always full
of dirt and seldom free, from something
worse. I shall spare no effort to serve
everybody with promptness and impar
tiality, at reasonable prices , , - -
Yours respectfully.
.Wx. EDIS.
1 74 Randolph St., ,
All communications to niei with
regard to my interest in lan'dt im
i i ii
vneyenne ana otner counties un
Nebraska, and as to lots in Schuy
ler, Alda, Jfaxton, Julesburg, Sid
ney, rotter and Him ball, addressed
as above, will receive prompt and
careful attention.
Also fine case goods, Brandies, Rum, Gin
Etc. St Louis Bottled Beer and
Milwaukee Beer on draft
Corner Sixth and Spruce Streets,
REWARDED ara thaaa who iwad thia
aad tbm meb their will aad honora
ble eraployaMBt that will mot take
theai from thaii homes aad familUw.
The pro&Uare larae aad ore f or everjr iadatri
eac pereon. auuBrrnava ' jatada aad -ara bow ak
iac several hnndrad OteUan a month. It iaeaey
feraaroaeto maketSaday aadapwarda. who
Kiwer aez: Toaac or old; bo
roa. JCrerrthiac sew.
: yea. reader. aa do it
Frite to at at oaea far fall
paHiealirg, whiah wjeaMttl free. Address Btia
aaaJkCo Partlaaa, Maiae.
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Beaded; we start:
aal aMttty reqaired
Sample :-: Eoom,
N L. HALL, Manager. '
Havinp refitted. . our rooms
tnrougnouc, ine puDUC is lnviiea to
call and see us. ''
niimr.A Win aal i i ii
' JKept at the Bar.
Keith's Block; Froat Street.
5. - .: 9 NRBRAHCA
1 887.
w: W. BIRGE,'
Lath, Shingles,
Building Paper,
Fifth Street, Cor. Locust, Opposite Baptist ChurEr
JNorth Platte, - Nebraska.
ptaqs & Sraggisls Sandries
Pare Dip
ngs and Chemicals, Toilet Articjes,
Cigars, Tobacco and 'Smokers' Articles.
Prescriptions carefully compounded. Headquarters for Dr. Duncan.
ioliy s block; spbuoe btriet,
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assemblage of gallent . men and ladies
bright tht sight of which would gladden
the heart. The music was furnished by
Professor Kincaid and it is needless to
s;jy was good.
31111 Camp is abqut 65 miles northwest
of North Platte and the property of the
Circle Cattle Co. It is here that the bull
herd numbering five hundred is winter
ed, the immense ricks of hay comparing
in size to those to be seen around a cavalry
post. . The cowboys are clever, gentle,
manly fellows and reflect credit on their
employers,. George Potter who repre
sents the company at this point As a
courteous, affable gentletnau and the
prince of good fellows.
unite water Kancb is,abont sixty
iijiico ironiw ionuj. triaue. i liijre .are
uuv utiiu ui uurueu biucii on IIliS
property, and it is estimated that five
hundred head of wild horses rifam over
the district east of here. Half the num
ber are runaways from Whitewater.
There have been a great' many recaptur
ed during the past year, and eighteen
wild stallions shot. The new barn and
stable are very large, the latter, so as tc
accommodate one hundred horsen; there's
steady employment for a dozen men.
The residence, a two story frame build
mg, whu an me moaern im
provements pertaining to a country
home, and the resident proprietor, whose
mission is to do good, is a splendid type
of the manhood of Ohio, thirty years of
age, and for the benelit of the numerous
young ladies of the Platte I will only in
timate that he is unmarried. This
scribe predicts that so good a fellow as
Capt. R. E. Haskell will not auyway he
should not remain a batchelor another
twelve month.
Cottonwood Ranch is the property of
two promising youug gentlemen, Thos.
and Douglas Brown. There are four
hundred horned cattle, besides the nec
essary number of horses and other ani
mals. They were formerly from Iowa,
but resided a number of years near
North Platte, where they are well known.
Slight is the difference between a country
hotel and Cottonwood ranch. Hundreds
of weary travellers have partaken of their
hospitalhy, and none ever went away
In my next I will try and give ,a more
detailed description of the county and
the many points of interest which are
rapidly developing. Q.
' On Saturday last Louie "Wainbsgau, of
Olax, brought to this city and sold to
Dunn & Quinby three of the largest hogs
marketed here this season. The com
bined weight of the animals was 1,674
pounds, or an average of 553 pounds each.
They were two years old. Mr. Wambsgan
received $4.86 per hundred for them
Telegrams were received here Sunday
from North Platte stating that a tramp
had stolen a pair of six shooters from a
citizen of that burg, and that he was
thought to have secured passage east in
one corner of a box car attached to an
east-bound freight rain. He failed to
show up here. Plum Creek Pioneer.
On Saturday last eight fresh hides were
found close together in Nine JVIile canyon
about five miles from this place, by a
settler living near there. Several parties
heard rapid shooting just at dark the
night, before, but as there were many
outfits of hunters roaming the country
little was thought of it until the hides
were found. The killing was undoubted
ly the work of hunters as none but ex
perienced hands could have performed
such a large butchery on so small a space
of ground. The hides had been roughly
removed and the meat all carried away.
Such a successful killing sets a dangerous
example before the settlers. Re
member we have a law that governs
killing of range' cattle and no citizen
however rich or however poor can
afford to set himself in antagonism
to that law. Minature Trumpet. .
Grant Enterjyrise.
Theo. Friese, of Randal, while holding
a hog which he was going to butcher, met
with a severe injury. The jerking of the
animal caused him to step in a hole about
six inches deep and he was thrown for
ward, which resulted in the breaking of
his leg in two places between the knee
md foot. Dr. Markley, was called and
set the leg in proper shape. It is hoped
that the" iniurv will not be nermnnpnt
Mr. Friese has the sympathy of his many
friends in his misfortune. Kimball
A well two miles north of Colton caved
in Wednesday, burying' D. R. Mann, who
was at the bottom workinsr at tha tim
he well had been condemned as unsafe
md Mr. Mann was taking out the curb
ing, working from the bottom up when
the caving occurred. His body has not
yet beep recovered. The head and one
arm are above ground, but are held fast
by some of the curbing timbers. A-new
curbing is being put in as no one will go
'down into.' the well nbwn Coroner Cotter
wasaJtColtoa yetaday -bat as the . death-
was pureiy accioeniai ana no one to
blame, except perhaps Mann himself for
workiug in so dangerous a place, the cor
oner could do nothing. He made arrange
ments, however, so that the body will be
recovered to-morrow or next day. Sidney
The state veterinary surgeon of Lincoln.
Neb., visited the ranch of W. H. Miles
last -week to examine a valuable black
mare that had a discharge at the nostrils
resembling glanders. After making a
thorough examination the surgeon,
though not pronouncing it glanders, ad
vised that the mare be killed to avoid the
possibility of further spreading the
disease. This advice was concurred in by
Mr. Miles, and the mare was killed, for
the loss of which Mr. Miles will receive
compensation fromthe state Before
many days a permanent dam will be
placed in the Medicine at the point
where the old one "was located, and the.
lake will again be flooded. The proposed
new dam will be built of masonry and
heavy timbers, and so constructed that
the stream can be turned into the lake or
its natural channel as may be desired. It
is the intention of the company to fill the
lake in time to procure a crop of ice
sufficient to supply the needs of this
entire branch next summer. Curtis
The many and sincere friends of Mr.
M. H. Clifford are pained to learn of his
misfortune in Colorado the past summer.
He took a sub-contract under Kilpatrick
Brothers to work on the grade of the ex
tension of the B. & M railroad. Bv
some means he permitted himself to be
duped and beaten, and lost so heavily that
he has been deprived of all his means.
Mr. Clifford is one of the most honest,
honorable and confidential men that ever
existed, and regards every one with whom'
he com'es in business contact as cut after
the same pattern. The" result has been
what might be reasonably expected when
human nature is considered in all its
phases. Mrs. Clifford has gone to Dako
ta and will make her home among the
Indians on the Pine Ridge reservation.
After settling up his business affairs Mr.
Clifford will join his wife and tak6 up his
residence there. All our citizens will
sincerely regret his departure from among
us and wish nun God speed. Mrs Clif
ford it will be remembered, is a Sioux
Indian. Stockville Faber.
A site has finally been purchased in
New York for a great Episcopal Cathe
dral. The price paid for the lot is $850,
000. It cover? 172 city lots, has a front
age of 772 feet on Morningside Park and
runs back to Tenth Avenue. N,ot far
away lies Riverside Park where the tomb
of General Grant is situated. The orphan
house which now occupies-the site is not
to be disturbed for tWO VP.1TS hllf tvrrrlr
- j ,
upon the. ground in the way of blasting
and leveling will begin at once.
The area of Ne braska comprises76,i85"
square miles, or, ra other words, just as
large as 70 such states as Rhode Island.
And the actual arable surface of Perkins
county is more than twice that of "Little
to all
vest Nates of Iatereet.
A special to the Journal from, Grail,
dated Dec. 19tn says: The .towa 6:
Venango, this county,- is in tears over the
long continued absence of D. H . Clark
town lot agent at that place. Clark gulled
the peoprer to the amount of seven or
eight hundred dollars and thea decamped
His successor has not yet appeared.
Says an exchange . "With a feellnf of
glowing pride the old settlers of these
plains see the vast cattle ranges of the
past transformed into the finest and most
fertile farming country in the world
Tho few sturdy pioueers who rescued this
country from the browsing herd aad
made it yieldfMta;ric1f tnbute ot fruits,.
vegetable -aa' grain areTVentitlecLta all
praise. They little dreamed even Ive
years agor of the wonderful -diversity
of crops this countrv was capable of
An accident of a serious nature and
which mighrhave proved fatal, happened
to Walter Apsey yesterday afternoon
while he was making some repairs on
Sayers Walker's well. He was in the
Dottom or the well 176 . feet below the
surface. A clevis hanging at tho top be
coming disengaged and fell to the bottom,
striking Mr. Apsey who was in a stooping
position, in the small of the back. He"
sustained injuries which will lay him up
for several days. Had he been standing RIlnJL nf ti., w
aranf r. 1 I . . - vl rr J
uiun uiusi iictvt; pruveu taiat;
Ex-Gorenior-0. M. Roberts, of Texas,
WV Harried to Mrs. Kate Bcriem, o'f Saa
Aatofiio, "last Thursday. The groom is
70 years old and the bride 95 aad has a
large number of grand caQdrw.
CosiBMwler BetbeUV of tha British
army, who was shot by the Boars ia Sovtb
Africa three years ago, v left a wife who
wis a native of that cousArr, vaixl acbild.
who are now seeking a raeofmrhtoa: as:his
heirs ia Eagland, where be left consider
able property.
The majority of the people of Utah
give their first :sJMgtaat .ta. asiseasr
sovereignty, whka tbey boM te be higher
aad bboto authoritative than the govera-"
meat of the). Usdte States; aad togiv
the territory statehood msder. pre seat
conditions would be. to sarroand an abett.
host with all the defeaeea which state
hood'luprears, aad take from the United.
States the power to protect the sincere
and loyal men. who are now residents, of
this region. Salt Lake Tribune.
The treasury of Montana has been
nearly depleted, owing to-the fact that
the legislature last winter offered a
bounty of tea cents for prairie dogs and
five cents for 'ground squirrels. The peo
pie accepted the proposition and deliver -
'eivto the authorities the scalps of 698,671
ground squirrels and 157,709 prairie dogs.
great for the financial resources of the
territory, and the governor was compelled
to call an extra session of the legislature
to repeal the law and escape the. tornado
of dog scalps.
Corporations are not all soulless, as the
following will show: "Ia Beatrice, about
year and a half ago, a Union Pacii c
railroad fireman was knocked front his
engine by the breaking of the pipe chain
of the water tank. The poor fellow
suffered paralysis of the lower limbs
from the blow, from which he has never
recovered. One day Inst week he was
visited by one of the company's officials
and paid $5,000 in cssh, and receipts
showing all expenses such as doctor's
bills, nursing, etc, paid besides.
Our internal home trade, or commercu
amounts to over $40,000,000,000 annually.
Our export and import trade combined do
not reach $1,900,000,000. To secure a
arger portion of the export trade asaomnt-
ing to perhaps $1,000,000,060 Mr. Cleve-
and " would paralyze our entire internal
commerce. This is as far as he has pro
gressed ia two and n half-years of the
Presidency. In- aboHt four ysft -hnr
would be prepared to turn over all. our
domestic and financial interests to the
keeping of our trans-Atlantic relatives.
Before he assumed the presidency Mr.
Cleveland made the solemn announce
ment to the country that he had discover
ed the presidential office to be "essentially
,executive ." And yet last year, acting
nnder the advice of Vilas, he refused to
execute the will of congress' in regard to
sending American mails by American
vessels; and in this fisheries matter he has
cooly refused to pay the slightest heed to
the twice expressed determination of con
gress in favor of retaliation, but instead
has assumed the right to do the very
thing which congress never contemplated
and would have revolted against had it
been suggested L e.,to attempt to come
to terms with Canada right in the midst of
her most bullying and insolent outrages
upon our flag and fishermen. New Haven ,
A very general popular demand is ex
pressed for the reissue of fractional cur
rency. Silver looked good and made
folks feel better when specie payments
were resumed, Tiut the shine has worn oft!
and now the convenient .paper billet is
wanted again. Though greenbacks, and
national banknotes were "Lincoln rags"
when the country was in trouble and
could not get along without them, all
unite in their praises now. A pocketful
of them 'is worth a dozen pocketfuls of
silver and makes one feel a dozen times
happier. If one wants to send fifty cents
by mail he can't do it, or has to put up
fifty cents for postage, with no likelihood
of the money reaching its destination. A
hole works into the envelope and the
mail agents word into the hole." Shlu-
plasters are the thing and we v must Have
them. Silver is too ancient and too
heavy. Stockville Faber.
JamesParton, the illustrious literary
mugwump, in discussing one phase of the
civil service reform question in the cur
rent number of the Forum, concludes
that the democratic party must first take
out ef politics forever the one hundred
and fifty thousand little offices which now
pervert bewpder and degrade politics.
Then Mr. irarton makes the somewhat
startling observation that inasmuch as it
was the democratic party which brought
upon us this system, so childish and
cruel, it fairly belongs to that party to'
deliver us from it. The gentleman by
the name of Part on possesses a nature
that is both childlike and bland. When
the cess pool of politics begins to purify
itself, the democratic party may be ex
pected to purge itself of itsgrossoess: but
not until then. Take the offices oat of
politics and the democratic party would
have no excuse for farther existence.
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