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lb Mm STEVENS & BARE, Editobs akd Props, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4tb, 1888. Hon. Geo. W. E. Dorsey will please accept thanks for a copy of c j- oi, i i i, : reply to the President's message. W. H. McCowax of Laird has been appointed deputy sheriff of Frontier county. It is fitting that one who was a candidate himself (.for nomination) and who is so well qualified, should he appointed deputy. Mb. Cleveland's march towards the Democratic presidental nomina tion received its first check in New York. It is likely he will meet with opposition in the northern states, but when the solid South waltzes up and deposits its yote for the man of destiny, the doughfaces will yield as they have always done. The Telegraph changed hands this week, John M. Dyer assuming control. Returning to its first love, the paper will hereafter be Demo cratic, the politics it advocated un der Mr. McNulty's leadership. Mr. Dyer, the new publisher, has the energy to make a good local paper, and The Tribune most heartily wishes him financial success. The candidates for county offices in Frontier county defeated by fraudulent votes in Curtis pre cinct, contested the election and the entire vote of the precinct was thrown out. Really the people of Curtis as a whole do not encourage fraudulent voting, the town lot compam being the responsible party. However much they would like the county seat, the honest citi zens of Curtis would scorn to take it by fraud. bone of winter is broken. The snow is all gone, and the weather is almost as pleasant as May. If this keeps on we will be able to do some plowing in February. The B. & M. well is completed and the diggers have left with their machnery. The water tank the company aims to build will be a good one, judging from, the quantity of stone on the ground. Cattle are doing well on pasture without any other food, but horses require better care. My advice is to keep the horses in good form for spring work, as there will be much to do. Coyotes are getting quite plenty and too tame. I saw four on the - ii n -i i prairie tne ocner aay piaying wicn two shepherd dogs. If wolf hides were worth anything an industrions hunter could make good wages for a short time. The nioje a man has the more he wants: that's human nature. Its just as natural for a person who is well fixed with this world's goods to complain as it is for us poor people. was reminded or tins tne otner day by hearing my friend Mart Lundy, one of our old and well-to- do settlers, talking about hard times. ; My experience has been that we must all have something to find fault with, but somehow your cor respondent has always thought that if he should ever get to be as well off as Mart he would be happy Our saloon has about quit busi ness, and our law-abiding people are not sorry. We believe there is more profit in the church and Sunday school. If times are hard, it seems we should have less use for a saloon. Our blacksmith is busy, the shop being full of work. When plowing commences in the spring there will be more which the same will help to make everybody happy. Personal Mention I have not noticed whether the notices I gave ADDITIONAL LOCAL THE CREAMERY. The creamery company held meeting at the office of John Bratt yesterday afternoon, several mem bers being unable to attend an ad journment was taken until next Friday. Contractor Walsh has improved every minute of the warm weather and has the foundation about com pleted. Material for the frame and the machinery is expected snortiv, the hrst of May being: me ume set to commence opera- i mi l nons. ine company will be ready by that time, and farmers intending to xurnisn milk should have as many cows ready as possible. J' it JEflHT 1 I. -GO TO TH'E- -i , -fcX-T THE it JinLM.n..l COLv.01. ? of eligible bachelors have borne :j. t i ji :u :t i- VVe have received a copy of the 1...1. T 1. , - :n' proceedings of the National Farm- i"r 7 T fcU n "B1 V A n: 11 11 t uc i jiuuu uiii vest ueu. jl uic- ers Alliance, the seventh annual i j - 1 j j '1 1 l. u tit- hand is sick and under the care of a meeting of which was held m Mm- , . 1o. c, vm,nr, woo flinf hands of honest men, if kept apart UB ? gT;i-rr ' V M kj-- 4.1. 1 1 s.i H morning of the 27th, Mr. and Mrs. from politics, the objects of the al- A. H. TYavia lost a chiM. .Snuire great w (T xi1(1pr wpni. fn 1. piffp t". M Pi t t mi -1 liance are commendable; the danger being of falling into hands of broken down political dem- J n .10i'i.ician 0Jf rathpr agogues, who work in this line to thin io J Mr Kru- iiiciive a living, j ne uranee was 1 i.. i i i?r - 1 Mr wiin mis iippn ivPMiimtr ikiiiwi riir a long time, says he vn soon be happy, for he expects his father, mother and sister to arrive shortly from Iowa, when there will be a J ne grange was iuii 01 inem, ana me alliance in this state was started by them. With such men at the head, care should be taken how money is con i a mi t t ; " "T w"u UCMre a cTy change in the cooking at his house opcuu tne From the way he has been driving VUII1R niJ infl T"0 tJDlTl I KIIWKAtnM I Trr n tit i his horse and xmey, vxage vo., iieDr. Star loot and Shoe Store FOR THE NEXT f -f. - TWENTY ,!' DAYS Boots, Shoes and all kinds of footwear, of the very best manufacturers in the country,, consisting of such celebrated makes as the Reynolds Bros. Fine Ladies' Shoes; nothing better made in the way of shoes in the United States. Fine shoes of a dozen manufacturers in Men's. Boys', Ladies' and Children's; all sizes, all grades. This includes the celebrated HENDEESON SHOE, for which we are the exclusive agents. Children sizes, 5 to 8, wih go for $1.00, wortl!5d; from 9 to 1.25, worth $1.65; from 12 to 13, $1.35, wortif $1.85; from 1 to 2, $1.65, worth 83.29. JNothmg bet ter for childrenJhan Henderson's Red School House Shoes. Each pair has the picture ofca'school house on bottom of shoe. All other shoes represented as such are frauds on this justly celebrated school house shoe. It was slippery enough yesterday iorenoon tor an practical ourooses but we hope not sufficiently so to cause those who have recentlv ex perienced religion to backslide. The ice in the North river is verv thick this year and the railroad company is preparing to give it the annual blowing up with dynamite near the railroad bridge. The county bridge will also have to be watched pretty closely. The prospect of an early break up has caused those who have hay on the bottoms to use extra ex ertions to get it to hard land where it can be handled during the muddy weather of spring. A. P. Singer is among those who are taking time by the forelock, so to speak, and piling up a lot of baled hay to sup ply the city trade. He hauls it from the Hupfer ranch and it is very fine. . Tourist Hates. The Union Pacific passenger de partment is getting ready to bag a large share of the tourist business this season. Special rates from the Missouri river to Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Leadville, Salt Lake r-i -v.i l it 1 mTSlT. we hoId responsible for . . '. - 11 ... 1 I I 1 1 n 1 1 . VT 1 Innn ei-nnl- -.-P nn rn mfn aiani- Mnvnh 1 "hn II1R fill ft IT. V OT mfirfinai aTlCI WOrKIUilllHIllU. tj llclVC il lclliiC ntUOlV Ul Hill JL.-tl i 1 Ul Ull JL. JL XJL KJ I 'X J : JL scueauie nxes round trip tickets to . nf AXT7 TT xxqt? all Colorado points at $27.50, good r vx&-iiJGJJiEia uxv Kjnj xxw, Kuiui; ui iiiLceu uuys, uuiuiii uuuiv ., , ... , - vi i ah an five days and given an extreme limit we win ciose our ior less man ivuoieaaie cusu. of three months. The round trip to grade of goods. Ladies' hose, usually sdd for 75 cents by our competitors, Ogden and Salt Lake is to be 47.50 call llft hail nf us for 40Vmits. All-wool ribbed children's hose, fine with the same limitations. There , - ort , OK , ny. ei.nw - i.nnrn is nlsn :i rate nf SSS fnr iliP rnnnrl uuua' iur acu ttu ceuLS au a"- U,"CA """" trip from Colorado points to Ogden Our reason for this break is, we have placed some very large orders for and Salt Lake with a thirty day . footwear with extern manufacturers and we must have room. Next limit. Omaha Bemiblkan. . -:L'C ' ? n -n J- I llllllli.il W ' Will H f VK Ladies' Fine Kia Shoes, worth $3.00 go for $2.00. Ladies' Fine Kid Shoes, worth 2.50 go for 1.75. Men's Fine! Shoes, worth $5.00 go for $3.75. ' Men's Fine Shoes, worth 4.00 go for 2.75. ' ; Men's Fine Shoes, worth 3.00 go for 2.25. IF YOU WISH TO SECURE BAR GAINS. 4t It is just one year since I began business for myself in North Platte. My sales have far surpassed my expectations. I have endeavored to giye my many patrons advantage of the very lowest prices. It has been my aim to act fairly and honestly with my patrons. I have made it my most careful study to suit the wants of the people as to style and quality of goods. I have every evidence that my efforts to please have met with success. 'I have now on hand a large and well selected stock of I and as I have ordered largely from eastern manufacturers for. spring and summer trade, I find I will not have sufficient space in my room for all this additional stock and-wilttheref ore offer forsale the stock on hand at a 4 m' RKI ML MM T. Boys' Shoes in a great variety of styles at the same slaughter reduction. Every pair of our shoes, be they for ladies,children,men or boys,are good. I WE HANDLE NO SHODDY. The Herald apologizes for an nouncing tne death of Ganeral Terry when he is not dead. There is no occasion for apology. Tne friends of General Terry are glad enough that it is not true to forgive the slip. But the editor of the Herald has been printing obituary notices of the Republican party for tne past twenty years when hp bugrerv over to the north side, I half suspect it will be somebody else's sister who will change the cooking Harry Owens has gone to Colorado, some say witn tne intention or securing a location in that state. I wish him success. Stuxiter. WALLACE. J. H. Jordan returned from a visit to Omaha, Lincoln and other knew better, and" has never apolo- Points Saturday. He says, that he jrized otipp. TTp lmcn'f t,j was in some of the worst storms ffized once. Hp. lmsn'f otron liol -i w vruu uuu. i . . - - t,hp. crrapp fn nlpnd f.W onma,nA that he ever saw and was much sur- fnnW bim as in fLo naCantan prised to find such" beautiful 1 vioi, vrjL VHClICIttl I , Terrv. The ed tnr nf fno Trunin weatuer nere. should set himself out of the nrar. Jofln Palmes, began plowing tice of writing obituary announce- ridayi Jan- 26t1 and erfc Nation ments of live people, and then he was DreakmS Monday. Talk about will nnw nn nnrann soiiiff to California for a mild cli- apologies. Omaha Republican. raate' better come to Ll.n,coln Co raddocK: s bill to so amend the -m . . . I V4VsU.U KJUUUUT U11U WiiVy lAilUU uu wws x w me mamng easily have proven fatal. While proor or nnai entry is a good and out ridinjr the team became fright- important one. Ihe practice, re- ened find ran off. throwing her from 1 1 p t ,.i ' a wuny es jcuiaiiy, or aemocratic L;oiQ i,ra;e;,np lmv iana omcers nas oeen to reauire a hnAUr woo nnrriar fn nor republication ot notice ot making h10me in an unconscious condition, iiliai uroui wuere lor any Cause the with fliP l.lnnrl ebpnin nr frnm Iipv On TTTTTTlOtl tO 1 1 C! mnlm nnmAni.nH - I . i t t I i -MMCrtiauce mouth nose and ears; remaining m on the exact day prescnbed m the this condition for some hours, but jiuuue. xms, ot course, was "srreat nf finio writ; ;e mnnh .pf.fpv money xor tne aemocratic newspap- Chase & Co. opened out a branch i , , , "e"'frauc 1?ua store in Somerset a few days since. omciais. raaaocK s Dill provides TWr V,o.rQ nlc Lorl fhoiV cfnrp nf that the settler may have ten davs fV,;c further time where for "unavoidable ly to its appearance. failure the proof is not made flio tne exact day. We will see what a inside of his store. i i i , aemocratic nouse does with the bill. Nntinn Hrns bnve their blaek- smith and wagon shop and imple- atuLux ltuiAjsu. ment house nearly commeted. A. A. Pangborn and family have Thev are exnectW one or two car i .1 p ... .".i.i. y ... xeturnea irom a visit to tlieir nnds nf imn pmpnfc this wppU- CA'ELOADS OF SHOES Kene In Baltimore. "Eene," with William Eeduiund t r mi t- i t and Mrs. i nomas iJarry in the lead- and rooni. we must ha 7e,!and at once. Buv now, don't put it off. Buy mff roles, was produced last nisrht . at Albaugh's Holliday Street Thea- to-da3 don wait until to-morrow, for the very shoe you wanted may tre with all the desirable effects of then be sold. We will positively sell for the next twenty days as here good acting, splendid scenery and represented. Don't fiul to call- and see us slauehter fine footwear. i j - nil 1 i i i i. - Star Boot and Shoe Store music. The V rissac of Redmund, and Jeanne, as impersonated by Mrs. Barry, were perfect as exhibitions of the highest order of talent. The sup port was all that could be desired. The duel scene, .with sword and poinard, is sufficiently realistic to CcW0 VfcCw NigBteis on the performers until its conclu sion, when the enthusiasm of all seems to know no bounds. The play bristles with interest. In every particular it is well produced, and it is sate to predict full houses for the i n ii i mi remainder or the wees. The cos tumes are elaborate and artistic, and the scenery is as near perfection as may be. Baltimore Herald. H. OTTEN Prop the of thousands suffering from Astluna. Con. sumption, Coughs, etc; Did yoia ever try- Acker's English Bexnedy? It is: the best preparation known for all Loner Troubles. sold on a positive guarantee cfi 10c, 50c For Sale by A. F. Streitz. RAILROAD MELANGE. The House Committee on Com merce Tuesday adopted a resolution 7 to 6 requesting: the Inter state Commission to investigate the Beading strike. The minority of the committee insist that Congress itself should make- the invesf.iorA- James Crockett and Will Dolson, tion: that the mere rennesfc to the throttle handlers, called this week Interstate Commission amounts to andpaid their respects by increasing nothing, and that the adoption of our exchequer. the majority plahWoufcd be simply A lisrhfc eno-ine. the earlv tmrfc nf a justification of the position as- the week, made the run from Ogal- sumed by the Reading Company. lala to this place a distance of fifty- The supreme court of W iseonsin four miles in sixty-five minutes. Tnesdav dided that f.lif. Wldn- This is another example of the tnre or 1885 extended -f wnniAn friends in Iowa. Mrs. L. Rice has returned from TTM n -1 l i i i xiiui vrceit wnere sne nas oeen vis iting her son. Gabe Fincli is talking of going zw tne nocKy mountains soon. The trial of Hofmeister vs. Bailor, which I mentioned in my last re port, resulted in a verdict for the plaintiff. Yesterday B's drug store was closed for the costs, but had to be opened, as the law forbids the Moses Brooks is happy, having closing of a building used as a post- the we kid by the old wagon has ew one. Ed. Colman will preach in school house next sabbath, so are informed. The warm weather has had bad effect on our bridges, still the hay : t ti- . J uiuvxiig. jj. nice is Brady with hay. Martin Holcomb is feeding corn to 30 steers; we wish success. The wind that our Gothenburg friends are blowing in regard to the new county has no effect this side of the county line. 0..C. Johnson of Omaha is here Mding a fine lot of horses. We are much in need of now a omce. Just what course will be taken now to collect the costs is doubtful. The trial of Hutchinson vs Staple- ton was postponed until Thursday. Particulars in our next. There is some talk of another supplying newspaper starting here. Come on,' boys; the more the merrier. AGRICOLA. smooth running the boys do on the great u. P. W. J. Stuart brought down a tea train from Sidney Tuesday morning m two hours and forty-five minutes, an average of a mile every seventy three seconds. For a freight train. this is rapid running. Charley Baskins was laid up the early part ot the week with an at-1 tack of lumbago. H. C. Langdon is running on the Jnlesburg branch and will probably move his family to Denver shortly. The annual passes held by fore men of car repair gangs, furnishing for themselves and the right to vote on schoo'l matters only, and not at general elections. Soother at 'Land. Ii is the only safe medicine yet made that -will remove all infantile disorders. It aoa taint ; no Opium or Morphine, haft rivw the chi Id natural ease from pain, Prioa 35 casta . Sold by A. F. Streitz. THE BOBTOGONIGN S. A short time ago while digging for the foundation of a , b ridge at Rulo in this staU, the -workmen came upon n, "bonC.ipa do'wn near the lied rock u4aef"the Missouri river. The bone was sent to the paleontologists of the Smithsonian Institution have partaken of the reptile charac ter. We therefore have this unique and unprecedented discovery that the trisoculus bosiogonigus was part beast and part reptile. By this and similar reasoning from the plenti ful data afforded by the section of limb exhumed the trisoculus bosto gonigus has been reconstructed in its entirety and is represented in the accompanying graphical repre sentation, than which no more col ossal specimen of the genius masto don has had existence. Especially my winter goods and odds and ends, I will sell alraoatr'sit vour own offer. Below is a price list of some of my goods which wilt? give you an idea of how low I am offering them: Infants' Shoes 25 cents, former price 50 cents. ' :" ' Children's Shoes 90 cents, former price 1.25. Misses' Shoes SI. 25, former price $1.65. Ladies' Curacoa Kid Shoes 81.75, former price $2.25. Ladies' Curacoa Kid Shoes $2.40, foamer price $2.75. Ladies' Dull Dongola Shoes $2.40, former price 3.00. Ladies' Bright Dongola Shoes $2.25, former price 3.00. Ladies' Combination French Kid Shoes $3.75, former price $4.50. Ladies' French Kid Shoes $5.00, former price 6.50. Boys' and Men's Boots and Shoes in all styles and grades proportionately low. But what is the use of giving prices so low if I should notOrab stantiate them? Come and examine goods and get prices on them and I will prove to you that I mean what I say. Yours Most Willing to Please, ; McDonald's Block, ) North Platte, Neb. f C. C. NOBLE. "And beautiful maidens moved down in the dance, With the magic of motion and sunshine of glance; And white arms wreathed lightly and tresses fell free,; As the plumage of birds in some tropical tree." y The Annual Masque -OF- vbv tro vO c Blood Elixir is the only 59 Blood Eemedy guaran teed. It is a positive cure for Ulcers, Erup tions or Syphilitic Poisoning. It purifies the whole system, and banishes all Rheumatic and Neuralgic pains. We guarantee it. Sold bv A. F. Streitz. NESBITT & CRIMES, Attorneys-at-Law, NORTH PLATTE. - NEBR, Office over Foley's Stoke. Walla Walla Lodge No. 56, I. O. 0. F!, . WILL BE HELD OX LLOYD'S OPERA HOUSE, NORTH PLATTE. Tickets: Gents Masked, 1.50; Ladies Masked, 75c; Spectators, 50c. fir'A general invitation is extended to the public. No special invi tations will be issued but the management reserves the right to exclude all improper persons. For this purpose an inspecting committee will be at the door whose duty it will be to see that this is rigidly enforced. Committee of Arrangements: J. E. Evans, P. J. Gilman, P. M. Klenk, J. R. Bangs, A. A. Pangborn, W. C. Elder, C. M. Duncan, J. C. Hupftr, R. D. Thomson, P. H. Sitton, Jas. Briscoe. By order of the Executive Committee: C. W. Price, C.H. Stamp, L. A. Stevens, Jos. Small wood, J. S. Hoagland, Committee. transportation men, nave been called in ana nere- Institution at W:amk;nn nnd after only trip passes will be issued, lhese learned genikmeriPve restor- company cimmiug ma mC ea tne ammai. It is regretted that passes were usea xor ocner man tnev have not onyen-diniensions that Speaking of the benefits to com munity of creameries, the Nebraska Signal says: "The Fairmont creamery, during 1887, paid Mr. H. Hopkins of Glengary township good 212.46 for the cream from 11 cows, ot Siy.31 per cow. Dnhlifi hicdrnravs and nnr vnnA nwr. w "a;, or an average ot ?y.Bl per son nr "Wt " TW Wo w Dunne the same time paid Mr. 1 sevpml af.f.mnfQ f rot w Salman $102.49 for the cream from r. w.., uu . ...eiwnw J hlPo luun fnnirbf qiii rlntt-A W SIX COWS. OrOH.UI Pel CUtt , UUU tfcose that take no interest in the ""gj11 moaih? oi,187'Pdr- Holland, near Jjnena, ?)iao.oy the cream from 11 cows, or at welfare of the public. Roads we want and we must have them. . Jan. 30, 1888. Sim. MEDICINE. In common with all our people, ir correspondent hopes the back- ily, must be added." for the rate of 18.69 per cow. In all the cases, besides realizing the above amount in cash the value of the but ter cream and milk used in thefam- employes of that department. Last Saturday morning Wood White pulling second section of No. 2 ran into a light en gine, Fred Thompson engineer, near Alda, doing considerable dam age to the engines. The engineers and firemen were summoned to headquarters at Omaha the early ii-. f p .... ine unscienxmc reaaer misrht more fully understand. Below is the report: Its apparent form -from the re mains. 1. That this memTber of the ani mal creation was of e normous size. This would necessitate voracious ieeamg, ana mat m r arn wouia es- I. K. SOIHERS, Nurseryman, Florist and Gardener, (BARTON PLACE,) NORTH PLATTE, NEBR Can furnish all kinds of fruit and shade trees, forest trees, and seed- liners for tree claims at lowest prices. Also all kinds of plants and flowers. Estimates and designs riven for lavinsr out new srrounds. Yards kept by contract. narfc of the week, and after n i tablish the want of a large f ood-baer r 7 I . , m. . . . . - vestigtion had been made, Thomp- or stomach, ine and ominal region son was discharged and White sus- would therefore be la rgely develop- pended for thirty days. Don't- letthatcoldofyonrsrnnon. Yoa think itiBa ugm, ining. uat it may ran into catarrh. Or into pneumonia. Or consumption. Catarrh is disgusting. Pneumonia is danger ous . Consumption is death itself. The breathing apparatus must bo kept healthy and clear of all obstructions and offensive matter otherwise there is trouble ahead. All the diseases of these parts, head nose throat, bronchial tubes and lungs, can bo delight folly and entirely cured by the use of Boschee's German Syrup. If you don't know this already thousands and thousands of people can tell you. They hare been cured by it and "know how it i themselves." Bottle only 75 cents. Ask.- any druggist. ed. But this is chiaratteristic of quadrupeds. The tris soculus is thus proven to have been.31 quadruped in part. 2. But ' now f or the greatest triunip of modern science. The detribus which fills th valley of abrasion of the Missouri river comes down from the R'JKiky mountain re gion,' and' from the inteijacent loci, especially from the "mauvaises terres." Now tbeP geological, con chological and paleontological char acteristics clearly indicate) that its formation belongsto tbie reptile age. Henfcte the fowteBgus must DISSOLUTION" NOTICE. Notiws is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing under the firm nyme or Hin raan& Grimes is this day dissolved by mutual C01dnbasines3 pending will be clo3ednp by kxfe,tl, PTnffo NTnh . Jnn.28. 1S8S. " B. I. Hcuus, U. Jl. LfKIilES NOTICE OF SAIiE UNDER CHATTEL MORTGAGE. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a chat tel mortgage dated the 17th day of September, torn rH dnlv filpd for record in the office of the county clerk of Lincoln county, Nebraska, on the 17ttl Oay Ot OepUJIUUer, JLOOI, uv uictj w vivn-a. mu twenty minnres in the afternoon, and executed by John Burke to Win. Grady to 6ecure the pay ment of 8300.00, upon which there is now duo the enm of $29.82; default having been made in the payment of said sum and no suit or other pro ceeding at law having been instituted to recover said debt orany part thereof, therefore I will seU the property therein described viz: One hun dred tons of hay locatrd on the southwest quar ter section twelva (12), township thirteen (13), and range thirty-ona (31) west in Lincoln county, Nebraska, at public aoction at southwest quarter section 12, town 13. range 31, in the county of Iancoln, and Stato of Nebraska, on the 25th day of February, 1888, at one o'clock p. m. of said day. Wm. Gbadt, By Nesbitt & Gnnns, bis Attorneys. D. A. Baskb, Salesman- WATCHES AND CLOCKS. THE FINEST LINE IN THE CITY AT if DIAMONDS Sl JEWELRf- 1 v3k SOLD AT ACTUAL COST. ALMOST GIVEN AWAY. McEVOY, KEITH'S COMMERCIAL BLOCK. L. ST RICKLER, Tic Front Street Hardware and Urn Dialer, OFFERS TO THE PEOPLE OF NORTH PLATTE itND- LINCOLN COUNTY UFPARALLED REDUCTIONS IN PRICES ON FURNITURE, HARDWARE AND STOVES. A COVTE Tin and Sheet Iron Work Promptly Executed.