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STEVENS & BARE, Editors and Props
SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1888. An infant son of Mr. and Mrs. P. O'Hare, of this city, died on Monday. To Rent. A desirable room pleasant ly furnished. Apply to Mrs. C. H. Randall. Haymakers, complain of too much damp weather for the successful prosecu tion of their work. Married. On August 16th, by Rev. Adam Stump, Edward Whittiker, of Gar field, and Miss Hannah L. Pedrick, of Lamplugh's Lake. A' small tiartv of IndJps and pent! a. men expect to start on Thursday next for a week's campiBg out in the canyons in the south part of the county. Five companies of the Twenty-first infantry enroute to the encampment at Kearney will probably arrive in the city to day. The detachment is accompanied by the full regimental band. Miss Mary Conway has resigned as principal of the Third ward school. The election of a teacher in her place and also an additional teacher for the First ward . will.take place at the next meeting of the board., Mr. Keith informs us that he has rented the room lately occupied by Mc Evoy to a gentleman from Kansas City who will open up a stock of clothing and furnishing goods in a couple of weeks. It is a desirable location for a clothing stote. The flambeaux ordered by the Demo crats of this city have at last been taken out of 'hock" at the express office after remaining there for over a month. There are twenty-five flambeaux and as soon as that many loyal Democrats can be found a grand (?) parade will occur. Rock Springs lump or nut coal. C. F..IDDISGS It was a mistake to say that I. A. Fort had been "appointed by the com missioners to survey and locate the new cross-couDtry road to Wallace" When it comes to surveying county surveyor Slootskey will attend to it. Some campers going west caught a number of fish in North river Tuesday night, two black bass being among the number, so they claimed. If they were bass, we believe they were the fir?t that have been caught in the Platte. One is said to have weighed three pounds. People residing on the south side complain of the foul stench arising from carcasses of horses deposited on the city lot at the north end of South river bridge. Is it lawful to leave dead horses there without burying them ? It don't look as though such a practice is just the proper thing, whether lawful or otherwise. C. F. Iddings, secretary of the Lin coln county agricultural society requests us to say that the society Jias decided to make an exhibit at the State fair, and to requestfarmers to bring in samples of all, products. They can be left with Mr. Osgood, the president of the society, and should not be brought in later than the first of September. The gentleman in charge of the Hershey vegetable gardens evidently un derstands his business, and is showing what Lincoln county soil will produce. Every other day he brings in over a ton of cabbages, watermelons, sweet potatoes, etc., all of which are as fine as can be raised anywhere. On Monday last lie shipped 2000 pounds of cabbage to Cheyenne. Col.Hupfer, while riding oyer his north side ranch, discovered the root of a "sand lilly" that had been partly ex- cavated by the cattle . He dug it up and found it to be something over six inches in diameter, three feet long, with several large branches. The plant flourishes in sandy mH; and the root penetrates deep into the ground, drawing moisture from a long distance. -There appears to be a numoer ot light fingered chaps in town who frequent places where those who handle their money in a careless way are apt to gather. On Sunday some one pilfered a couple dollars out of Billy Struthers pocket at the fair ground. On another occasion five dollars were picked from a man at one of the restaurants. These thefts are not large, but they are annoying. C. C. Hawkins, formerly of this city has been appointed traveling land agept for the B. & M. R. R. with headquarters at Lincoln. He expects to go east this fall and work up excursions, advertising the country along the line of the B. & M. paying special attention to lands in Lin coln, Keith and Perkins counties. The Tribune wishes Mr. Hawkins success in his new position. The following School Districts have not yet sent in to the County Superih tendent their "Annual Report of Direc tor," viz: Nos. 3, 8, 24, 35, 38, 43, 44, 45, 47, 53, 55 and 56. These reports were due at the Superintendent's office July 20th at the very latest but through-neglect they are not forth-coming. Supt Langford wishes to state that unless forwarded within 10 days these Districts cannot expect to derive any ad vantage from the next State Apportion ment. The county road fund is in pretty bad shape, and from present indications some time must necessarily elapse before it can be brought into proper form. The board has proceeded on the supposition that the road tax would be paid in cash as usual ; Lbut it transpired a short time ago that both the B. & M. and U. P. Ry compan ies will work cut the three-fourths of the road tax which the law provides they may. This will reduce the cash receipts of that farad about one-half, greatly in terfering with the calculations of the commissioners. The consequence is that many of the accounts against that fund will have to He over for another year. They cannot be very well provided for until the tiae for making another levy. Business at the roller mill1 is hum ming, Mr: Allum taking orders for fifteen carloads of flour and feed during his trip in Colorado. The North Platte Lumber Yard has in course of construction a huge coal shed the dimensions being 208 feet long, four teen feet wide and eight high. The com pany will handle both hard and soft coals. Rev. W. A. Amsbary, presiding elder for this district, will preach in the Meth odist church to-morrow, (Sunday) morn ing and evening. All are invited. Anew time-card will soon go into effect on the II. P. by which the "Flyer" will arrive here about half past six p. m., instead of ten as at present Lost. A canvass hunting coat with Meerschaum pipe in pocket, on road over South river .to Cottonwood Springs. A liberal reward will be paid for return of same to Room 7, Land Office Block. The folks on Maple street have made several efforts to get a walk leading down from Front street to the school house, but mistakes seem to have defeated ther scheme. "We publish this week a second ordinance on the subject. The commissioners have made quite a tour of the county lately inspecting roads and bridges. They thus become acquainted with the topography of the county and can more intelligently judge of the needs of the people when petitions are presented for roads. On our second page to-day will bo found an advertisement from H. 0. Rennie in which he gives information that will be of financial benefit to ladies and others. Mr.'R. maintains at the counter what he asserts on paper. Sportsmen of the city are said to be slaughtering prairie chickens in great numbers, although it is unlawful so to do. About fifty men and boys were out last Sunday, some of whom were very suc cessful in getting "full." Readers of The Tribune are invited to cull at Rennie's and inspect his stock of fall goods. Klenk & Gatward have made addi tions to their machinery in the form of n steam engine and new sausage grinder, thus greatly enlarging their facilities for preparing sausage and meats in that line . A fine now delivery wagon has also been added. The gentlemen propose to keep abreast of the times. Lincoln county now offers belter fa cilities to the farmer and stockman than any portion of the surrounding country. There is a splendid location for a much at the half way point from here to Wal lace. The settler locating there would liHve unrestricted range for stock for some time to come, and it would be a stopping place for the heavy travel between the two points. The Wallace sphere pounders and the North Platte sluggers will engage in a game of ball at the fair grounds this afternoon" The players from "Egypt," have, we are informed, vanquished every club they have played this season and un less the home battery does some fine work, victory will not perch upon North Platte's bannecr Indications are that there will a larger number of land seekers visit west ern Nebraska this fall than for a couple years past. Every day The Tribune re -ceives letters from parties in the east ask ing for information about western Ne braska aud Lincoln County in particular. The crops of this section this season are attracting the attention of eastern farmers Lincoln Count' holds out inducements to industrious tillers of the soil. John Vest who has been traveling for the past three months through portions of Wyoming, Colorado and Utah in search of a good location for a stock ranch, ar rived home this ' week. He was accom panied by his sons-in-law. Wherever they traveled they found that the choice locations were occupied. After you get into the mountain region it is not an easy matter to find locations affording water and grass that have not been preempted by some enterprising stock man. Some time since word was received by Sheriff Baker from parties in Texas that they had Ernest Myers there sure. The county having spent several hundred dollars running around on wild goose chases after Ernest, the disposition to go down to Texas was not very strong. The parties were therefore informed that if they would deliver Ernest any place in Nebraska their reward would be guaran teed. He has not yet been delivered. In this connection we might say that some of those who were acquainted with Ernest Myers believe that ho is not living. Black Brother's celebrated circus' show gave performances on Thursday and Friday of this week to crowded tents, the admission being ten cents. The per formers are all good and the show pos sesses several performing horses and a herd of well trained dogs. A good fea ture of the show was the introduction of several new jokes by the clown and the omission of the old time-worn whistle or tin horn joke that tickled our grand parents so much when they were children. ! We don't see how the clown got along without it. After the show the manager informed us that it .was hard for him at first but with close attention they broke him of all desire for the tin horn. About a week ago affidavit was made that Wm. Miller of Fox Creek, was in sane. A warrant was issued to bring him before the insanity board for examination. On being brought to town he was so violent it became necessary to place him inclose confinement Investigation of his condition established the fact that he was insane and at times violent. Before being brought to town he had attempted to kill Mrs- Rosa Schmidt, assaulting her. with an axe. It was with considerable difficulty he was disarmed and bound. Miller is a German, unable to speak Eng lish. He has been industrious, has a timber claim and a good team and wagon. He is unmarried . Application was made for his admission to the insane asylum, and word was received yesterday .morning that he could be forwarded. He will be taken down.- - ThVkdia of the Lutheran Church will hold a fair and festival at the opera house Monday and Tuesday evenings of next week. P. Walsh has been awarded the con tract to repair all the school houses in the city, the board having failed to make a contrast with Mr. Adams as per his bid. F . C. Spaunuth left a thrifty sample of broom corn at this office. Saturday .last measuring ten feet in height It prom ised to yield a very heavy brush Fall stock of goods just received at Rennie's. Special sale of silks and vel vets. Twenty-five cents will admit you to the fair grounds to-morrow to see the game of ball. The money received will go toward defraying the expenses of the visiting club. Tom C. Drummond, at one time a type setter on the papers of the city but now a hard fisted granger of Wallace precinct, was a caller yesterday. Tom has made a stlccess at farming. Wheat is coming in quite freely, con sidering that only a f6W have threshed, 400 bushels being received at the mill Thursday. In a month the mill company expects over 1,000-bushels per day. Rev. W. Henderson of Tamesville, Ontario, M. E. Conference, stopped in the city Tuesday to take a look at the town and get acquainted with the people. He thinks of moviag to Nebraska or Col orado. Mr. H. was surprised to find an old acquaintance in the person of R. H. Langford. Rennie has been shelving a fine stock of fall geods-thls week, his selection of dress goods being especially nice. Contractor John Hinman is making rapid progress with the work on the jail. The county board has not yet purchased the steel cells, but likely will do so early the coming week. The first load of good melons was as usual brought in by Fred Kade. He was offered $250 cash for his crop of two acres, but refused to take the money. Does It pay to farm in Lincoln County ? John O. Sullivau, who resides near Vroraan postoffice in this county, was shot at Gothenburg last week by Frank Wier, at first it was thought fatally but at last reports he was recovering. Sulli van was pounding on a store door in the night, being under the influenee of liquor. The 11 year old son of Olaf Johnson, of Gaslin, got his right arm broken just above the wrist joint, last Friday monrn- ing. A horse the boy was riding stepped into a hole and threw him off with the result above stated. The boy was brought to town by his father and the injured arm treated by Dr. Cary. Gothenburg Ind. When The Tribune went to press last evening throngs of pleasure-seekers were wending their way to the opera house to attend the ball given by the B. of L. E.. The writer is inclined to be lieve that every attendant will say this morning that he had a pleasant time The proceeds of the dance will go to the fund created for the purpose of sustain ing the C. B. & Q. striking engineers who are are so nobly holding for their rights. Farmers were afraid that the cream ery would spoil the market for dairy but ter, but their fears have proved ground less. The result has been just as The Tribune predicted, the production of a better article of dairy butter. While there is a demand for cheaper grades of butter for cooking purposes, there is scarcely any to be found, every one ap parently striving to make an article that will compete with the creamery in price, and in this butter makers generally succeed. The Tribune is now printing the premium list for the fourth annual coun ty fair. As many of these pamphlets are circulated in the east, it is desired that as creditable a showing of advertisements should.be presented as possible. The intention has been to call on all business and professional men that they may have an opportunity to be represented in its pages, but the time we have to do the work in is so short that some may be missed. If any should be overlooked they can hand in their ads to this office on Monday. Teat of the Water Works. The test of the water works Saturday last was not successful. Everything was in readiness for the test at 3 o'clock when six hydrants were opened. For about forty-fiye minutes all went well, the streams being perhaps up to the require ments of the contract, then the water be gan to fail. Investigation showed that codsiderable sand had come through the screens at the bottom of the wells, passed into the pumps, interfering with the ac tion of the valves. The wells failed to supply the necessary amount of water, and the big surface well was drawn from, lowering the water in it also several feet . The Company will mako another test in about a month, in the mean time ad ditional wells will be sunk . A Farce. Some time since certain parties laid be fore the County Commissioners informa tion that led them to believe that some one was selling liquor in Wallace without a license. The board accordingly di rected the County Attorney to commence proceedings to stop the illegal traffic. On the information furnished, H. M. Grimes, acting county attorney filed a complaint before County Judge O'Rourke, charging Patrick E. Sullivan with the offense of selling liquor contrary to law. Mr. Sulli van was arrested and brought over by the sheriff and appeared for trial yesterday afternoon. In the mean time the State had summoned its witnesses and they had been examined by Mr. Grimes. Not one of them could swear to any knowledge of illegal selng and Mr. Grimes was oblig ed to dismiss the case. Although the witnesses were some of those . who fur nished to the commissioners, when brought here they could swear to nothing. Such proceeding is a farce, and looks more like persecution than an honest desire to stop the liquor traffic in Wallace. PEOPLE AND EVENTS Mrs. eo. W. Dlllard Is home from her visit with friends in the east Miss Cora Daniels, of Chicago, Is visit ing her sister Mrs-L. F. Simon. Mr, and Mrs. Thos. Keliher are located at 1142 Welton street, Denver, Col. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Allum returned home from Colorado yesterday morning. Ed. P. Mickle, repreaentiog.the station ery department of Ihc State Journal, was a caller yesterday. v v Arthur B.-Wyi. burets reed to th city and will ga -back on the road, as con ductor in a few days. f Charley O'Conner came in from the west Thursday evening and is spendiag a day or two In town. Milledce Davis, a former resident of the city but now located at Salida, Col., is visiting friends in the city. .Mr. and Mrs. W. W Birge arrived home yesterday morning, after quite a protract ed visit with friends in the east Miss Edith Russell, of Lincoln, who spent several weeks here last winter, is visiting friends in the city. Mrs. W. L. McGee and children started for Illinois Tuesday evening. Mr. Mc Gee accompanied them as far as Omaha. W. J. Roach went to Shelton Thursday and will return in a few-days with Mrs. R. and. son. who have been visitiag at Sheltoo for several; wk. Miss Bertha Thoelecke went up to Denver yesterday, desiring to spend a few days in the mountain air before the open ing of schools. Judge Hinman and family returned Sunday night from a pleasure trip in the northwest, a jaunt which was very much enjoyed by the party. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Hilliker arrived from the east Wednesday morning, Mrs. H. having been absent for over three months visiting friends in Boston. Alex Ferguson left for Ireland last evening, intending to embark on a steam er at Philadelphia. In his leaving The Tbibune loses a good man on ' 'circular" work. E. M. Stannard started the early part of the week for Appletcn, Wis., to look after some real estatesojw, states. Sev eral friends of the gentleman are of the opinion that there is a young lady in the case. T. Fulton Gantt arrived home Monday night from Minneapolis, whero ho deliv ered an address before the united labor societies of Minnesota at their regular au nual gathering on the I-ibor question. Mr. Gantt's trjp to the metropolis of .Minnesota was brief but pleasant. James Langley returned from the west Thursday evening having spent a week or ten days at the Utah hot springs. When he'leftthe other North Platte reprosenta tives at the springs were taking things comfortable, although Mr. L. says the hotel accomodations are none the best. Mayor Oimsby arrived home Tuesday, having spent a couple weeks visiting various points in the mountains fie re ports the mountain towns as inexpressi bly 'dull. Nearly ail whaveT first-class "booms" to sell, and they can be bought at almost any price. It's been a bad year for booms. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Simon returned from Chicago Tuesday night, having had a pleasant visit with their parents, in that city. The Tbibune regrets to state that Mr. Simon is still compelled to use crutches, the sprain he received several weeks ago not improving as rapidly as was expected . 1 Millinery. Millinery. Millinery. Avery desirable assortment of Hats and "Bonnets, Flowers and Feathers, Rib bon and Laces still remains . They must be cleaned out at once before Septem ber 1st if possible so they are marked very low, very low, at Conway Sistebs. Millinery. Millinery. ' Millinery. H. G. Brooks and family returned Wednesday from a trip of several weeks in Colorado. The contract for the elevator has been let; the job to be finished by the 15th of September. The mill Is very much in need of the elevator. Money to Loan ON The Billings family in America will have a reunion at Springfield, Mass., Sept. 14. At Centerville, lndM Tuesday night,' Dr. C. C. Givehs shot and killed Webb Stewart. ' Major General Schofield has as sumed command of the United States Army vice General Sheridan deceased. North Platte Market. COIUUCOTKD WntKLY BY T. J. FoLEY. Friday, Ang. 17, 1888. BUYING PRICK. Wheat, per bushel 50655 Oats per bushel 1518 Potatoes, per bushel 4050 Tomatoes, per t 03 Turnips, per boshel l 40 Beets, per bushel 40 Cabbage per dozen 50 Melons, each 15(5)30 Chickens, per dozen 2.50g2.75 stussa PRICE. Ikitter, creamery 25 ratter, dairy i i&eJ Ems J?..:. 1 Moor-North Platte Gilt Edge 3.25 Parity 2.90 Extra Fancy 2.60 Apples, per bsshel 1.75 Hweet potatoes, per pound 08 Feed 4 Chopped corn per cwt 1.25 Chopped com and oats, per cwt 1.30 Old corn, per cwt : 951.00 Hay, from wagons, per ton 5.00 IMPROVED FARMS. I FOR SALE. Champion Mower repairs by Thos. Kzlihek. Lowest Rates, Best Terms. NO DELAY. is, c. num. TJiacker is on hand again with the popular drink, Mead. Tinj it. n m IN NEW QUARTERS . My friends and patrons will find me located and readv for business in the building east of Harrington's store on Sixth-street H. Maclean, 2w bhoemaker. For Loans on City Real Estate and Farms, apply to O. T. Field, Rooms 7 and 8, Land Office Building. Get prices on lumber and coal at North Platte Lumber Co. A Sucessful Burglary. A very quiet and successful burglary was perpetrated at the Hawley House Wednesday night. The marauder gain ed admission through the kitchen. Pass ing through to the office, he appropriated three valises belonging, to guests, unlock -the front door, and went out on the street. From there he evidently went up Fifth street until he reached a point near Dr. Buckworth's residence. He then exam ined the contents, of his satchels at leisure. One of them belonged to T. L. Davis, lately from England, and contained an outfit of fine clothes and numerous arti cles of gents wear; also $37 in money. This was what the thief was after, and he appropriated it, leaving the contents of the valices scattered around on the prairie without being, injured. Every thing but the cash was recovered. The theif must be some one who had learned that there was money in one of the valices, but in the darkness could not tell which one, and hence took the three. He did not want clothing, or gloves or wearing apparel. It was the solid cash he was after. Principal Transfers of Real Estate recorded in the office of the County Clerk from August 1st to 14th. Peter C Nelson to Khud.C Led- agard, sw qr 25-12-30.: $1500 00 Louise Breternitz to John Baierske, lot6 blk 126 N Platte 500 00 Cbauncey C Cramer to Rosy Embrey, se qr of sw qr and lot 4 sec 30 and ne qr and nw qr and lot 1, sec 31, 9-33 500 00 Harvey Hillier to J E Evans, se qr, 24-13-31. . .". .. . . '800 00 J ames Truesdell to Wm M Clark and A J Gastin, se qr of 30-9-33 :. 1250 00 Wm Neville and wife to August Hamer, Fractional lots 3 and 4 blk 191, No Platte. . . . r, 800 00 Carl Kramer and wife to Max Froelich, all blk 8, Miller's Addn, No Platte . . . 600 00 Geo W Ryan to Nellie W Ryan lot 7 blk 175. No Platte 100 00 Elmer E Cochran to Amanda Mcvey, 100 acres in north hf nw qr, 31-14-30 100000 STRAYED From the undersigned about the 10th of June, A RED COW branded L. W. on left side; pretty wild. Supposed to be on the south siae. Anv person know ing of her whereabouts will please leave word with Martin & Nauman, Butchers. The North Platte Lumber Company handle coal . WATCH MAKER AND JEWELER. MnRvnv has secured the services of TVIr. J. W. Guimond of Kansas City, a gentleman of over 25 years experience in the watch business, a nrsi-ciass waicu re pairer and worker in jewelry. Office of Crrr Clerk, North Platte, Neb., Aug. 13th 1888. y Sealed bids will be received by the City Clerk until noon of September Cd 1888, for the digging ot a aitcn on me property of Mr. McKee, according to pecihcatinns mncio by tne i;itv engineer. The City Council reserves the right to reject any or all bids. 15v order of the council. E. B. Warner City Clerk. JAMES BELTON has now in stock as handsome a line of Furniture as any one could wish to select from; Elegant New Designs in Parlor Furni ture, beautifully upholstered Turkish couches, artistic ta bles and desks, fancy chairs in great variety, bed-room suits in mahogany, cherry, ash, antique oak and walnut. THE BEST FOLDING BEDS in the market. PLOTMNG. If you are thinking of using the splendid deep-well water from the water works, call at JAS. BELTON'S and get prices on plumbing. All work is done by an experienced plumber and guaranteed. Tinj Thacher's Ice Cream, Soda Water. It is delicious. PARTIES HAVING LAND on or near the lino of the B. & M. R. R., either railroad, school, deeded or Telip quishments will do well to place them in my hands for sale. In sending list of laud, please state lowest price, terms and value of improvement, if any. C. C. Hawkins, Traveling Land Agent of B. & M. R. R., Room 34, Richard's Block, Lincoln, Nebr. COAL Wo are now building extensive doal sheds and in the future shall carry a stock of from 400 to 500 tons of the Best Pennsylvania. Hard and Western Soft Coals. HAIL INSURANCE! The Patterson Agency issues a Hail Insurauce Policy that in case of total loss, pajs the whole "amount the policy called for; and in case of partial loss a propor tionate amount regardles of the value of the crop. No deductions of any kind made Farmers, call and ex amine. Remember that Conway & Keith have the solo agency for the celebrated Maltese Cross Hose, tha same make as has been adopted by the city water works. .This is the only "perfect hose manufactured. You cam always find a good cigar at ThacJt er's. To Farmers. The North Platte Mill and Elevator Com pany will pay the highest market price for all kinds of wheat. Fifty thousand bnshels wanted immediately. The pres ent price for No. 2 is 52 cents. Washburn flour at Grady's opposite the postoffice. I have just received a fine stock of Dodson & Hill's celebrated mixed pickles, both sweet and sour. These are fine goods. V. Vox Goetz, North Side Grocery Store. For choicest Pork call on cuts of Beef. Mutton or Klenk & Gatwabd. Four rooms to rent over Foley's store . Enquiro of rv . T. J. Foley. Chicken Feed. Ask "your grocer for North Platte Mill Screenings, the best and cheapest chicken feed. Hose and Lawn Mowers at the Front Street Hardware Store. For Good Meat Call on Bkodbeck & GnuiAXN . IDANIIO MINERAL WATER. Send in orders to Guy's Place for family supplies of Idanho Mineral water, the finest table water ic the market. Guy A. Laixo. lowest Prices. Prompt Myery, M Plaits Lumber Co., 0. 0. CARNAHAN, - Manager. FINE SAUSAGE. The sausage of all kinds manufactured by Klenk & Gatward has achieved a wide reputation for excellence. They ship large quantities to dealers up and . down the road. Go to Guy's Place for au A No. 1 fine cigar. Remember that Conway & Keith have the sole agency for the celebrated Maltese Cross Hose, the samo make as has been adopted by the city water works . This is the only perfect Hose manufactured. Cheap Coal OIL 150 Test Oil 20 cents. 175 Test Head Light 25 cents. G. R. Hammoxd. Call and get a "Quick Meal" Gasoline Stove before they are all gone. Conway & Keith. Try that Hermitage, spring 1881. at Guy's Place. Guy guarantees it to be just as represented. Ice Cream Soda Water at Thacheis. BUGGIES, PHOTONS, WAGONS. In Every Style and, in Great Variety. We call especial attention to our stock of Phaetons and Buggies, of which we have just received a large invoice. Piices are lower this year, and we offer tham at-very small margins and on time if desired, but we will not refuse to take cash. In Wagons we carry a large stock and supply you with almost any style. HERSHEY & CO. THE GREAT CAMPAIGN STILL GOES ON AT Look at some the Great Bargains offered for the next Ten Days. 11 yards Dress Gingham $1 00 17 yards Standard Gingham . . 1 00 12 yards Best Prints.'. 75 10 yards Good Prints 50 Ten-cent Lawns reduced to 3 cents. ATTENTION. All accouuts due Kate Wood & Co. UC8T be settled by August 1st or they will be placed, in the hands of an attorney. Choice home-cured Hams and Bacon at Klexk & Gatwabd'b. 100 doz. 50-cent Corsets reduced to 25 cents. 100 dozen Ladies' Hose worth 20 cents, 3 pair for 25 cents. 100 dozen Ladies' Hose worth 25 cents, 3 pair for 25 cents. . 200 Gents' Half Hose worth 20 cents, 3 pair for 25 cents. 200 dozen Ladies' Hem-stitched Handkerchiefs worth 25 cents each, 3 pair for 25 .cents. 50 dozen Gents' White Shirts worth Si .25; will close out at at ninety-five cents each. 25 p'air Swiss Lace Curtains, regu lar price 10, wiM go for 86. All Dress Goods, White Goods, Lawn, Laces and Embroideries at less than cost. PA.RAS0LS AT HALF PRICE. T. J. FOLEY. VEAL CALVES Wanted at Klenk & Gatward's market, from six to ten weeks ; old. Highest market price paid. IFYOUWAJT Nice, fresh, dried fruits, call at Von Goetz North Side Grocery store, where you will find them and everything else in the grocery line. SPRING CHICKENS WANTED. I want one hundred dozen spring chick ens immediately. The highest market price paid at the Vienna Bakery and Res taurant on Front Street. B. F. Hujies. FOLLOW THE CROWD to the meeting of the Republican Clubs of the state at Lincoln, Neb., August 23d. Reduced Rates via the Union Pacific, 'The Overland Route." 2w LOW RATES. The Union Pacific, "The Overland Route." will sell tickets from all points in the state to the G. A. R. Re-Union to be held at Norfolk. Neb.. Aiichst 27th to September 1st, at one fare for the round trip. Tickejs good going August 27tb, 28th, and 29th ; returning good until Sep tember 3d, inclusive. 3w Furnished rooms to rent corner Sixth and Pine streets. Inquire of Mrs. Ross. The person who borrowed our stove lifters will please return the same and receive our hearty thanks. Conway & Keith. FOR SALE. Four good lots with residence, barn, etc. on east Sixth street. -Inquire of tf A. bTEWAKT. A fine lino of Antique. Red Oak and Walnut Bedroom suits and Velvet and Carpet Lounses will be found at very low prices at Stricklers. TAKE NOTICE. That all parties found hunting, fishing or trespassing on our lands will be pun ished to the full extent of the law. Dillon, Collins & Co. NOTICE TO CATTLE OWNERS. Do not turn your cows out until the herder calls for them. I shall certainly enforce the ordinance and impound every animal found running at large in the city limits. The Town Lot Co's addition is in the city limits. This notice applies to horses as well as cows. Syl Fiiiend, Chief of Police. Go to Gradv's onnosite the uostoffice for choice groceries. Walter A. Wood and Empire Binders and Mowers. Binding twine and Machine Oils, at SxitlCKLEIl'S. For thirty days or duringithe Campaign I will sell more Hardware, Stoves, Furni ture and Implements for cash than any other house in the city. L. Stuicklku. Oats, Corn, Bran, Shorts, and a full liue.of Flour at Grady's opposite the postoffice. TO FARMERS. All farmers having Fat Cattle. Calves, Chickens, Sheep or other farm products, suitable for our line of business, will find it to their interest to call on us. The highest market prices paid. BRODBECK & GllOIANN. Bucklin's Arnica Salve. Tho best 6alve in the world for cuts, braises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, totter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cores piles or no pay re quired. It is guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded. Trice 23 cents per box. For sale by A. F. Stroitz. 500 DOZEN! Spring Chickens wanted without delay. Bring them right along now, while the price is nigh. Don't wait. B. F. Humes Vienna Bakery and Lunch Counter. SELLING OUT AT COST. Notice to Hay Maicehs, Farmers and Others. As I am going to move my blacksmith shop and stock of agricultural implements to my own residence just west of Lloyd's opera house, I will sell all my stock of lumber wagons, phartons, buggies, buck boards and trotting wagons; also a lot of Acme hay stackers and loaders, hay sweeps of different kinds and hay rakes of six different kinds, also Buckeve mowers, droppers and table rakes, bind ers, plows and harrows, cultivators, sulky plows, five-tooth cultivators, double shov els, corn planters, etc. , .COME ON FOR BARGAINS. 1 will rent my old stand for a livery and feed stable and with a little altera tion will make a good one. One en closed shed 20x88 . fret, good roof, one shed 16x75 feet and one shed 36x65 feet and plenty of carriage house room in front. The premises are for rent or sale on easy terms. Apply to W3i. J. Patterson, On the premises. Remember that Conway & Keith have the solo agency for the celebrated-Maltese Cross Hose, the same make as has been adopted by the city water works. This is the only perfect Hose manufactured. If you want the best flour for the money buy "Extra Fancy." Second-Hand Wagons, Second-Hand Mowers, cheap Good binder twine and machine oil. McCokmick, ) Harvesters Deerixg V ajh Osrorne y Mowers. and repairs for fche same. HERSHEY & Co. Or cattlo wintered on North Brady Island. Grass will make a boat 110 tons of hay. Brash, pasture of about 200 acres. Water plenty. Come and see for yourself. War. D1EDKICHS, 29tf Maxwkx, Nra.