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STEVENS & HARE, Edjtors xjsd Props.
SATURDAY. AUGUST 11. 1868.
REPUBLICAN TICKET.
For President,
BENJAMIN HARBISON, of Indiana.
For "Vice-President,
LEVI P. MORTON, of New York.
For Member of Conge, TMrd Dint.
GKO."W. E. DORSEY.
REPUBLICAN SENATORIAL CONVENTION,
Sflnr DISTRICT.
The Repablican Electors of the 30th Senatorial
- -A - . -I ., .1 iff ilAlndttfiia tv tni
their serenl Counties to meet in conyention at
L. S Ya1Wtl Nat. nn Ttuinwfav Arumot
aotfe. 1888, at 2 o'clock p. m. for the parpoee of
TumCSBK 111 TUITrl 1 1 fl II nl imhi.imh ' ui
tieaator from the 10th Senatorial District and for
the transaction 01 eacn oiner Doranew an may
TbeBereral counties are entitled to representa
tion as follows:
niiMmTiA 11 Dawson 8
Keith f. 4 Lincoln 8
Logan 2 Perkins 5
Unorganized Ter . . . 1
Total. 39
By order of the Repablican Senatorial Central
Coaadttee. H. O. Smith,
Chairman.
L. A Btktekb,
Secretary.
Republican County Convention.
The Repablican electors of Icoln coanto are
reqpeatetl to send delegates to a Republican
Goutr Conrention to be held at the conrt houe,
im North Platte, Neb., on Saturday. Angvllth.
at 2 o'clock pm., for the pnMe of placing in
BoasinatioB one candidate for County Attorney,
one candidate for County Cxmmiwioiier dis
trict, the election of eight delegates to the
State Conrention. eight delates to the Sena
torial District ConTention. 30th District, and
eight delegates to the Representative District
Convention, 54th District, and for the transac
tion of each other business as may properly come
before it. ,
Th Iwus of renresantation is one delegate for
each 20 Totes or major fraction thereof, cast at
the last general election tor lion, csamoei max
well. Sapreme Jsdge. . , , .
The Tarioos precincts are entitled to represen
tation as follows:
My lander i
Myrtle 1
Nichols 1
Nowell 1
O'Fallon 1
Osgood 1
Peckham., 1
Somerset . .1
Spannnth 1
Sonshine ....1
Vroman 1
Walker. 1
Wallace 4
Well 1
Whittier 1
Willow 1
North Flatte No. 1...8
Notth Platte No. 2... 7
North Platte No. 3...S
Btrdwood 1
Baady Island 2
nwrhanan 2
Cottonwood 1
Deer Creek. ........ ..1
Fairriew 1
Fox Creek 1
Garfield 2
Gaalin 1
Hall.,. 1
McPherson 1
Medicine 2
Miller.. 1
The primaries will be held in the Tarioos pre
cincts OB Tbarsday. Aug. 9th, 1888, between the
bomrs of and 8 o'clock p. m., at the osaalplaces
of hnWag elections, except in North Platte,
wfcsss tk polls will be open from 4 to 8 p. m.
It is reeoauMsded that no proxies be allowed
in the contention except such as are held by
residents of the precincts claiming such proxy
representation.
By order of Central Committee.
John I. Nesbitt, Chairman.
C. P Diok, Sec'y.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
usual and the general wjw ak
cv iiuiiic jlcbuigso, uui ;sivns
ally bright and cbtetfel
TT , - I a m i.
ma voice was strong. - Je woe jk
full supply of nourishment, slept
occasionally as usual, and the 4 doc
tors and his family were in hopeful
spirits. At 7 o'clock Mrs. Sheri4an
went' to the hotel for supper, and
soon after her return the usual
preparations for the night were
made. At .about 9:20 Colonel Sher
idan said "good night11 to his brother,
and went to the hotel, there having
been through the dav no .sign what
ever of any unfavorable change in
311.? 11 tfl.OA 1.
iiis cuiiuiuun. i viov ay uiyiuuia
of heart failure suddenly appeared
and Drs. O'Reilly and Matthews.
who were with him at the time,
immediately applied the remedies
which proved successful in all simi
lar previous attacks, but this time
they were without effect, and despite
all that could be done the genera!
gradually sank into a condition of
complete unconsciousness, and at
10:20 breathed his last., Mrs. Sheri-
oi ar
dan, the bisters Maban and
Justinian, and the faithful body
servant, were also at his bedside
throughout his dying hour. Gen
Sheridan was 57 vears old.
LXLJrT'u CIFAL. fcHiH2'11":' I Te bal. fHNB Wm. Gitair. Jan.
,i u - - ; . ,
County Attorney.
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for the office of County
Attorney, subject to the ratification
of the Republican county conven
tion. W. T. Wilcox.
As omission was made last week
in the call for the county conven
tion. The call will be found to-day
correctly printed at the head of this
column.
Betting at the pool rooms in
the city of New York is 6 to 5 in
favor of Harrison. The day after
the Chicago convention the voting
was 2 to 1 in favor of Cleveland.
After a somewhak extended ram?
ble over the states to the east of us
Hon. Patrick Egan feels that the
success of the republican nationa
ticKet is inevitable, ne has naa
unusual opportunities for studying
the feelings of the. Irish-American
voters, and finds that large numbers
are coming over to the support of
Harrison. There are two reasons
for the wholesale conversion of the
Celts. . The principle of protection
finds much favor among them,
partially, perhaps, because no Irish
man wishes to aid by his vote the
people who crushed out the indus
tries of the Emerald isle by adverse
legislation in the past. Again, Mr.
Egan says that the young'voters of
to-day are disregarding their race
traditions. They are not willing to
continue voting the democratic
ticket simply because .the party op
posed the xnownothmgs long before
they were born. They are tired of
the bossism that has presumed to
mark out their paths in politics, and
in the future will reserves the right
to think and act for themselves. A
little independent thinking lands
the vote in the republican partv,
and enough changes of .this kind
willl occur to have quite an in
fluence in the doubtful states.
Journal.
It is more than likely that there
will be only one name presented to
the county convention to-day for
the office of County Attornev that
of W. T. Wilcox. Mr. Wilcox is a
young man thoroughly read in the
law, of sound judgment and quick
perceptive faculties. He will make
& good prosecutor and an impartial
and careiui aaviser.
THE U. 8. COURT BILL PASSED.
Omaha, Lincoln, Hastings and Norfolk
the Points Named.
The bill providing for the terms
nf flio TTnifd fifafoe rKefrrinf art A
V A- VUS VUtVVU SVOTVrM UUW&AWV UUl
circuit courts at additional points in
Nebraska was reported from the
conference committee and passed on
Monday. The house receded from
its disagreement to the senate
amendment striking out Kearney,
and the bill, as it will become a law,
will provide that terms of the courts
shall be held at Omaha, Lincoln,
Norfolk and Hastings. The Ne
braska delegation in congress, as well
as the citizens directly interested in
Kearney and North Platte, made
all the efforts possible to have these
cities named in the bill.
A Washington dispatch says: It
required a great deal of effort to
convince the senate that Norfolk
and Hastings should be added to
Omaha and Lincoln for terms of
the courts. Judge 'Dundy did a
great deal towards prejudicing the
senate committee on judiciary
against the proposition and some
members of the senate committee
referred to the application of the
Nebraiskans for an increase of terms
as "putting the court on wheels."
It required a good deal of effort,
also, to convince the house commit
tee on judiciary that it was neces-
saryro Ave ine tnree additional
places which the bill mentioned as
it , passed the house. Messrs.
Roclgers, of Arkansas, and Hender
son, of North Carolina, the con
ferees on on the part of the house
said to-day that it became evident
very soon after the conference com
mittee met that the gentlemen act
ing for the senate were unyielding
via that it would be a simple waste
of time for the house to try to con
vince the senate that it was neces
sary to reinstate Kearney in the
bill, and so the house conferees yield
ed and the senate had its way.
Representative Crane is a gentle
man not in the habit of writing to
his friends telling them to go to
work and get him an invitation to
address their people at the county
fair on the political rottenness of
the day, but the Journal suggests
that if any farming community
wants some bottom facts on politi
cal rottenness thev can secure in
him a pretty intefigent farmer, who
knows his business and can make
them a very interesting speech oh
that topic. Jbarmer Van Vyyck,
1 !! -t tl
nowever, will noo attend tne same
fair with farmer Crane. State
Journal.
Treasurer's Statement.
July 1, 1888.
C. E. Osgood, treasurer of Lincoln
uounty, JNebraska, showing receipts
and disbursements of the various funds
of the state, county, and school districts
from January 5 inclusive to July 1,
1888:
STATE GENERAL FUND.
To tax collected .8C,568 50
March 22, '88, toy state treasur
er's receipt W,18698
July 1, 88, by balance 2,441 52
SG.8C5 50 $6,56850
STATE SINKING FUND.
To tax collected $ 34539
July I, '88, by balance.
t 34539
$ 34539 8 34539
STATE SCHOOL FUND.
To tax collected.. M .....1,315 34
July 1. '88, by balance 11,315 34
91.31534 $1,31534
STATE UNIVERSITY FUND..
To tax collected. ......... .........,.$ 49324
July 1, '88, by balance $ 493 24
$ 49324 $ 4S324
STATE CAPITOL FUND.
To tax collected 8 97588
March S3, '88, by state treas
urers receipt .
July 1, '88, by balance
3 61905
35683
8 8 97588
STATE REFORM SCHOOL FUND.
To tax collected 8 164 74
July 1, '88, by balance S 164 74
8 16471 8 16474
STTAE INS'lTUTE FORTEEBLE MINDED.
To tax collected. .t 163 77
March .22, '88, by state treas
urer's receipt 8 10317
July 1, '88, by balance.... 60 60
8 16377 8 16377
LIVE STOCK INDEMNITY FUND.
To tax collected. .S 32241
March 22, '88, by state treas
urer's receiot S 20631
July 1, '88, by balance 116 07
DKATH OF GENERAL SHERIDAN.
Nonqutt, Mass., Aug. 5. Gen
eral Sheridan's death occurred at
10:20 the evening. Previous to
the sudden appearance of heart fail
ure at about 9 :30, there had been no
premonitions to-day of an unfavora
ble change in his condition. The
weather has been warmer than
8 32241 8 82241
STATE SCHOOL LAND LEASE RENTAL.
To lease rental collected. 81,430 47
July 1, '88. by balance . 81.439 47
81,43947 81,43947
STATE SCHOOL LAND INTEREST ON
PRINCIPAL.
To interest collected ... $ 255 36
Julyl, '88, by balance..... , 8 25536
$ 25536 $ 25536
COUNTY TAXES GENERAL FUND.
To balance from Wm. Grady.$ 69222
To tax collected 11,829 46
By poor master's vouchers to
janitor, etc ....... $ 37530
By warrants redeemed 10,705 39
July 1, '88, by balance 1,440 99
812,52168 812,52168
OUTSTANDING INDEBTEDNESS.
Jan. 5, '88, bal. from W.Grady.f 34 54
3.08446 83.084 46
SOUTH PL ATTE BRIDGE BONDS INT 8T,
To baL fm W.Grady, Jan,'88.$ 43757
To tT collected 53655
July 1. '88. by balance ..... 9 974 12
$ 97412 9 97412
COURT HOUSE BONDS PRINCIPAL.
To bmlJan.5,,88.f'm W.Grady. 35627
To tax collected.. 1,580 61
By bonds, redeemed, 'Jos. m, ;
14.15.16.
Bv amount in exchange.
July 1, '88, to am't overdrawn
5562
$200000.
$2,002,50 '82,008 50
COURT HOUSE BONDS INTEREST.
TobaI.f'mW.Grady,Jan.5,'88.$ 97453
To tax collected 1.328 53
By 36 coupons redeemed .. $ 900 00
By exchange . 1 66'
July 1, '88, by balance 1,401 40
$2,303 06 $2,303 06
INT. ON NORTH PLATTE BRIDGE BONDS
To bal. fm W.Grady, Jan. 5,'88.$ 58 33
To tax collected 65818
By 13 coupons redeemed......... 8 78000
By exchange 1,95
July V 88, to am t overdrawn 44
S 78195 S 78195
NORTH PLATTE BRIDGE BONDS.
To bal. fm W.Grady. Jan. 588.S 5095
July V88, by balance $ 50 95
$ 50 95 $ 5095
REFUNDING BONDS.
Tobal.f'mW:Gradv.Jan.5.'88.$ 17190
By warrants redeemed $ 2550
July 1, '88, by balance 146 40
$ 17190 $ 17190
INTEREST ON REFUNDING BONDS.
To bal. f m W.Grady, Jan. 5,'88. 13 81
To tax collected 1.02n 30
By 20 coupons redeemed........ '' $ COO 00
By exchange 45
July l.'SSTby balance 43366
81,03411 $1,034 Jl
INTEREST ON JAIL UUN1J5
Tobal.fmW.Grady,Jan.5,'88,S 63 94
To tax collected., . s z i
July 1, '88, by balance
$ 6615
COUNTY POLL FUND:
To bal. fm W.Grady, Jan. 5 '88,8 187 70
To tax collected 1,079 70
By warrant redeemed
By supervisor's receipts
July 1, '88, by balance
8
$"
6615
6615
3900
94652
28188
$1,26740 $1,26740
ADTEBTISINO FUND.
To bal from Wm. Grady, Jan.
5,1888 $ 8 35
tax collficted 20 10
By warrants redeemed 20 00
, Julyl. 1888. by bal.... 8 45
28 45
K8TKAY FUND SALE.
To bal from Wm. Grady, Jan.
5. 1888 22 23
Job 1,1888, by bal
28 45
22 23
22 23
FINES AND LICENCES.
Hay 14, 1888, to fines from
county jodge 20 00
Jane 21, 1888, state appornmt. 2129 16
By apporfto school diets .
2149 16
coroner's fund. ,v.
To bal from Wm. Grady, Jan.
5, 1888. 8 00
July 1. 1888, by bal
800
JAIL BOND FUND.
To 10 jail bonds, $1000 each.. 10000 00 .
May 5, 1888, by express to
Lincoln
July 1, 1888, by bal
10000 00
O'FALLON FRECINOT BONDS.
To 7 bonds $1000 each 7000 00
July 1, by 7 bonds 1000 ech
22 23
2149 16
2149 18
800
800
8 00
9992 00
10000 00
7000 00
7000 00 7000 00
CITY OF NORTH PLATTE GENERAL FUND.
To bal from Wm. Grady, Jan.
5.1888 321 81
tax collected 2288 27
By city trees rents 2225 07
July 1, 1888, by bal 885 01
2610 08 2610 08
CITY OF NORTH PLATTE WATER FUND.
To bal from Wm. Grady, Jan.
5. 1888 118 31
taxicoUected 1136 19
Bycity trees rcpte 1074 19
Julyl, 1888, by balance... 180 31
1254 50 1254 50
CITY OF NORTH PLATTE POM, FUND.
To bal from Wm. Grady. Jan.
5, 1888 41 .
tax collected 412 97
By city treas rents ,351 55
bal 103 37
July 1, 1888, by I
451 92
SCHOOL DIST. NO. 1.
To bal from Wm. Grady, Jan.
5, 1888, 274 48
lines from police jndge.... 71 00
tax collected 4390 91
Jnly and Jan apport 1213 58
By treas rcpt .....
amt transfrd to No. 31.
July 1, 1888, by bal
454 92
4454 95
9 11
1485 91
5919 97 5949 97
DISTRICT NO. 2.
To bal fro ai Wm. Grady, Jan.
5, 1888 54 (3a
Jan and July appor for 1883 66 26
tax collected 275 25
By treas rcpts
July 1, 1888, by bal
345 99
50 21
396 20 396 20
DISTRICT NO. 3.
To bal from Wm ..Grady, Jan. ,x
5, 1888 i i Vt.)
Jan and July appor for '88 . 70 93
tax collected 205 63
By treas rcpt
July 1, 1888, to" balance ....
324 51
No. 4.
To bal from Wm. Grady, Jan
5, 1888 ley SB
Jan and J nly appor for '88. 63 04
tax collected 317 26
By treas rcpts
appor to No. 48
Jnly 1, 1888, by bal
285 00
39 51
324 51
203 32
50 00
296 54
Nil
72 31
I ii
5 ' ' ' ' 44575
to bik I(J&. o
JulylTliaVyJW....
445 75
143 15
83 41
To bal froaaW;
226 50 226 56
JtSy L WW, bVi'h.';;.:,
t;
1 52
76 16
39 21
13 04
43 85
66 00
'JL TwO. M.
To bal from W . Onir. MB.
5f 1 S864
Jan and July appor for '88.
tax collected
By treas rcpts
July 1, 1888,bylbal........
No. 17.
To bal!fro WakGn7, Jan.
Jan 5, 1888.
Jan and Jly appor for '88..
tcolIae&
ByItreBarpt......:.i
ralrViawAr halJ.,
'122 89 122C89
0 95
51 73
59 52
40 55
80 85
121 20 121.20
80
,52 26
26'40
18.
Jan.
79 48
To bal from Wm.G
s loan
Jan and Joiy appor for '88
tax collected ...
By treas roots;.
jnlyl, 1888, by.bal
To bal from W. Ottoy, Jan.
1 5, 1888 ..:?;u..ff.:... ...
jan and Jnly appor fox '88.',
tax collected". . . 7
By treas rcpt. ....... .V. . . .
julyl, 1888, by .bal
L- 5 71
57 31
88 91
66 16
13 30
79 46
91 00
60 96
15198 15196
18 09
72 24
155 59
CONWAY & KEITH
By treas. receipt
July 1, '88, by balance
1TOKTH PLATTE,
NEBRASKA.
SCHOOL DIST. NO.
To balance from W. Grady, Jan.
4, '88
Jan and July app't for '88..
tax collected
By .treas. receipt
July 1, '88, by balance,
876 80
35
03
82 91
974 44
876 30
840-23
27115
81057 33
SCHOOL DIST. NO; 36
To Jan and Jul v antft f or '88. . . 39 44
ly aw
tax collected
By Treas receipt
July 1, '88, by balance.
32742
81057 38
111 10
21715
J3CS 86 5306 86
SCHOOL DIST. . NO. 37
To balance from Wm. Grady
Jan. 4, '88, -.. 4G
Jan and Jnly app't for '88.. 42 43
Tx c.no.ttA - 56512
Bv treas rcceint 500 00
Jnlv 1. '88. bv balance 108 01
8C08 01 5608 01
SCHOOL DIST. NO. 38
To balance from Wm. Grady.
Jan. 4, '88, 18 65
Jan and Jnly app't for '88, 3558
Tva rn1pr.tfii 32 58
Bj am't transfered to No. 42, . . 21 03
Jnlv 1. 'fW. bv balance 65 6
" J -i - '
586 81
SCHOOL DIST. NO. 39
.To balance from Wm. Grady,
jan 4, es, mou
Jan and Jnly app' t f or '88 . . 86 32
Tax collected 184 07
By treasurers receipt
July 1, '88, by balance
.586 81
192 00
8G69
170 60
75 32
" No. 20.
To!bal f rom.Wm . Grady, Jan.
5 188St t 20 03
.Jan and July appor.for '88. . 54 68
tax collected 28 98
By treas rcpts.
Julyl, 1888 by bal
245 92 245192
72 18
31 56
. ' "No. 21.
To Jan and July appor for '88.
By treas rcpts
Jnly 1,.1888,-by bal,
103 74
63 72
103 74
57 44
0 23
63 72
No. 22.
To bal from Wm. Grady,- Jan.
5 1888..... I...... .... 2 97
Jan and jalyappor f or '88.' 86 38 '
tax collected.. 21503
By treasiropte;.'.
July 1,1888, by bfl...
63 72
257 70
46 68
304 38 304 38
. f No. 23.
To bal fronf Wm. Grady, Jan.
5, 1888,r... - 5 71
Jan and"jarJgpy'for-'88,--,70 0.-
tax coUect8cTrjf;r.. .... . 9 23
nint from Dist. No. 28 30 00
By treas rcpts.. ifl.w . 85 26
Jolyl, 1888v-by bal 29 88
No. 24.
To bal from Wm, Grady, Jan.
S, 1888
Jannnd Jnly appor for '88.
tax collected.....''.
By treas rcpt
July 1,1888, by bal.
11514
4 86
63 08
68 37
115 14
43 56
92 73
8280 69
SCHOOL I8T. NO. 40
"balance from -Wm. Grady
Jan. 4. '88 28 82
Jim and J uly app'tf or '88, '. . 03 61
Jnly 1, '88, by balance, -
To
5280 69
.84 43
( CONWAY KEITH
58443
SCHOOL DIST. NO. 41
To balance from Wm. Grady,
Jan 4, '88, .' 143
Jan and July app't for '83 . . 86 53
Max collected...; 8168
By treasurers receipt
July i, 'oo,oy Daiancc .
584 43
Sole Agency of the
" Maltese
Celebrated
CROSS
45 00
127 69
$172 00 8172 69
SCHOOL DIST. NO. 42.
To am't from dist No. 38 21 03
Jnly app't for '88 25 96
Tt rnlWfid 53 63
By treas receipt, .a 67 00 ,
Jnlv 1 . '88. bv balance4 33 64
CARBOLIZED HOSE,
$100 64 8100 64
SCHOOL DIST. NO. 43
To balance from Wm. Grady
Jan 4, .'88 : 9 60
July app't for '88, 13 41
Tt rnllprfpd 92 97
Jnlv 1. '88. bv balance 115 98
$115 98
SCHOOL DIST. NO. 44,
To balance from Wm. Grady,
Jan. 4, '88, 20 00
Jan and July app't for '88. . 44 20
.tax collected.. 74 95
By treas. receipt
Jnly I, '88, by balance
$115 98
11749
21 66
$139 15
SCHOOL DIST. NO. 45,
To Jan and July app't for '88... 63 77
By treas receipts
July 1, '88, by balance
$139 15
33 70
30 07
The same as has been adopted by the
water works.
We are also sole agents for the
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city
lick m
Gaso
m
NO. 25.
To bal. f 'm W. G Jady Jan 5,'88.S
To Jan. and July app't for'88.
ao tax coiiecteu..... ............
By treasurers receipts.,
.uiy j, '88, Dy Balance...
136 29
358
58 35
4951
136 29
45 70
65 74
8 11144 $ 11144
NO. 26.
To bal. fm W.Grady; Jan:5,'88.$
To Jan. and. July app't for '88.
105
4905
Toam'ttransredfromNo.l5 1304
To tax collected 59 19
By treasurer s receint
July, L,.'88, lijp balace....,.
8 115 59
674
t $ 12233 $ 12233
- NO. 27.
To bal. fm W.Grady. Jan. 5'88.S 5 73
To Jan. and July app'tfor 88. 71 96
ao tax collected;;....-......... 51 81
By treasurer's receints S 85 55
July 1 , '88, by balance 43 95
NO. 28.
t 12950 f 1950
To Jan. and July app't for '88.$ 6320
To tax collected 55 10
By treasurer's receipts
By am't transferred to 23
July 1, '88, by balance
8400
3000
430
S 118 30 $ 118 30
NO. 29.
To bal. f 'in W.Gradv. Jan. B '88.8 16 03
To Jan. and July app't for '88. 46 94
xo iux coiieciea......4-.-. m oy
By treasurer's receipts.,
Julyl, '88, by balance....
45 00
40 64
$ 8564 t 8564
NO. 30.
To bal. f 'nx W.Grady, Jaa&'88.$
Tq Jan. and July app't for '88.
To tax collected
By treasurcr?8 roccfrts... .
Julyl, '88, by blafice....'.'...!
614
6674
4245
7825
3708
$6377 $63'
SCHOOL DIST. NO. 46.
To Jan and Jnlv ann't for '88. . . 51 07
Jnlv 1. '88. bv balance 51 07
SCHOOL DIST.
To July app't for '83,
July 1, '88, by balance
55107
NO. 47
... 58 76
53107 s
28 76
$28 76
SCHOOL DIST. NO. 48
To am't from dist No. 4, 50 00
July ann't for
July 1, '88, by balance.
2007
$28 76
70 07
mm
mm
570 07
SCHOOL DIST. NO. 49
23 31
To July app't for '88..
July 1, 88, by balance,
$7007
23 34
$23 84
SCHOOL DIST. NO. 50
To Jan and Jnly app't for "SS.. 51 73
By treas receipt
July 1, '88, by balance, "
$23 34
30 35
2138
$31 73 551 73
SCHOOL DIST. NO, 51.
To Julv nnn't for '8S 24 00
Bv tteas. recci nt, 24 00
?21 00
SCHOOL DIST. NO. 52.
To July aps't for '8S 22 03
Julyl, '88, by balance
$24 00
22 03 $22 03
SCHOOL DIST. NO. 53
To JulT aDD't for '88 ' 21 38
July 1. '88, by balance 21 38
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SCHOOL DIST. NO. 54
To July app't 20 72
July 1, 8b, by balance,
$20 72 $20 75
. SCHOOL DIST. NO. . 55.
To July app't: 1810
July 1, '88, by balance, 18 10
All x.. J ,1
$21 38 -f"1 otuuipcu gguuua cue nuiiuuicu.
We keep no shoddy goods. Our
prices are always the
LOWEST.
Gall and see us at the
20 72
$ 11533 $ 11533
549 86 549 86
No. 5.
To bal from Wm. orady, Jan.
5 1888................... 45
Jan'and Jnir appor for '88. 130 07
tax collected 683 50
By treas rcpt ;
July 1.1888, by bal
859 36
No. 6.
To bal from.Wm. Grady, Jan.
5, 1888, 252 B4
Jan and Jnly appor for '88. CD 74 32
tax collected 1085 33
By treas rcpts...
July 1, 1888, by bal
589 92
269 44
859 36
552 00
860 29
1412 29 1412 29
No. 7.
fTo bal from Wm. Grady, Jan.
5, 1888
Jan and Jnly appor for '88.
tax collected
By treas rcpt
July 1,1888, by bal
No. 8.
To bal from Wm. Grady, Jan.
S, 1888
Jan and Jnly appor for '88.
13-38
65 03
320 07
300 00
98 48
By treas rcpts
Julyl, 1888, by bal.
To tax collected
By warrants redeemed
July 1, '88, by balance..
l,2S8l
1,2146
S2.58527 $2,565 27
ROAD FUND.
Jan. 5, '88. baLfrom W. Grady.t 148 71
To tax collected-..'.. 3,907 48
By warrants redeemed ft,2S4 64
July 1, '88, by balance......... 1,321 55
$4,05619 $4,05619
BRIDGE FUND. - i
Jan. 5. '88, bal. from W.Gradv.1 234 50
To tax collected 1,357 05
By warrants redeemed . ..
July 1, 88, by balance.......
t 68896
90859
1,59155. 1,591.55
No. 9.
To bal from Wm. Grady, Jan.
f AVAA.-
Jan and July appor for
cted.
By treas rcpt
July 1,1888, by bal.
No. 10.
To bal from Wm. Grady. Jan.
5. 1888.
Jan and JnlyJappor for '88
Beted.
tax collec
By treas rcpt
July 1 ,1888, bylbalance.
No. 11.
To bal from Wm. Grady, Jan.
5. 1887
jan and July appor for '88 . .
By treas rcpt
raly 1,1886, by bal.
No. 12.
To bal from Wm.SGrady. Jan.
jan and July appor for '8
By treas rcpts
jaly 1. 1888, by bal.
398 48 398 48
3 70
49 18
382 45
353 00
92 33
435 33 .435133
295 00
78 52
1211 24
' 250 00
1334 76
1584 76 1584 76
71 99
9522
110 62
269 29
6 65
. 275 91 275 94
2 04
39 69
16942
176 92
34 23
211 15 211 15
20 24
95 22
143 82
190 00
69 28
259 28 259 28
NO. 31.
To Jan. and Jnly ann't for '88. 76 10
To am't f romDist. No-1, 9 11
To tax collected..M..........w.. 155 81
By am't overdrawn-.....
By treasurers receipts...
juiy 1, -88, Dy oaiance,
757
133 00
100 45
, $ 241 02 S 24102
NO. 32.
To bal. f 'm W.Grady Jan.4,'88.t 3 19
To Jan. and July app't for '88, 7316
To tax collectecLw-.. 36 56
By treasurer'8'recelpt......, $ 74 95
July 1, '88, by balance............ 37 96
$.112 91 $ 11291
' SCltOOL DIST. NO. '33
To bal. from Wm. Grady, Jan.
4,'8t, 3 61
. JanandJuly.app't'for '88, 53 40
tax collected v. 386 05
By treas. receipts, .C
July l, '88,-bybaIaace.
418 30
24 76
8443 06 $443 06
$1810 $1810
SCHOOL DIST. NO. 56
To July app't 20 72
July 1, '88. by balance 20 72
$20 72 $20 72
North Platte, Neb., July 1st, 1888.
I, C. E. Osgood treasurer of Lincoln county
is a true statement of the various funds of M p-f-rr v4ATP
the state, ceunty and school districts. In- lIDvV OLU1C
eluding treasurers fee for collection of the
same.
Dated this the 1st day of July, 1888.
C. E. Osgood,
Treasurer of Lincoln county Neb.
Wc the commissioners of Lincoln county,
Nebraska, do hereby certify that we have
examined the above statement, with all the
books and proper vouchers of C. E. Osgood
treasurer of Lincoln county, Nebraska, and
find the same to be correct. Including treas
urers tee for the collection of the same.
Signed this the 28th day of July, 1888.
Boot and Shoe Store,
Ottenstein's Block,
North Platte, Neb., f
H. 0TTEN, Prop.
New Goods. New Prices.
Lester Walker, uom
13
GERAND SWEEPING SALE OF
S U M M E R GOODS
JEWELEE A.ISTD MUSIC DEALER,
Desires to announce to the public that he is again ready for
business and respectfully asks all to call and inspect his stock of
Silverware, Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, Etc.
I am also agent for
.
Wilonv nrifl PniAWAn.
ww I ii il i a nun I'uiir.i .Miir i ii
I X VUUV iflUU tl II IIVV1X IWUU JUI11UXUU11 X HM
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"Watch Repairing and Engraving. TJ. P. Ry. Licensed Jeweler.
Two Doors North of P. 0., NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
WAhftP
Rpfis
PinnAC
-AT THE-
NEW
Star Clothing House.
We offer our entire summer stock of
i
CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS SHOES,
and urnishiiig Geods during the month of August for
ACTUALg ' COST., ACTUAL COST.
f
Now is the time to buy forwe mean business.
L ,,, 10! C&RRT THE Ml M.
0
Our Fall Stock is now arriving and it is the finest ever brouglttto North
natte, we must make room for these goods.
s
Star Clothing House - Weber & Vollmer.
:: MEAT :: MARKET
ON THE NORTH SIDE.
Keep on hand First-Class Meats of all kinds
Your Patronage is Respectfully Solicited.
tSe STEWAHT, Proprietors.
A New Hand at the. Bellows.
Having purchased the Blacksmith and Wagon business of Hershey &
Co., I desire to announce that I will continue the business at the old
stand, corner Fifth and Locust streets. All kinds of
BLACKSMITHING, HORSE-SHOEING
AND REPAIRING, CARRIAGE AND WAGON WORK
promptly executed in first-class style. Having the best machinery west
of Kearney, my facilities for doing work quickly are" unsurpassed. I
respectfully solicit a continuation of the liberal patronage heretofore be
stowed apon my predecessors.
Prices very low but I cannot give credit. Please do not ask for it.
JOHN H: HAEDEN.

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