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1 I a STEVENS & BARE, Editors and Props. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 80, 1890. The attendance at the opening ball games of the Brotherhood was 34,013, while that of the League was only 17,076. This indicates that the former stands high in pub lic favor. jub. JtosEWATEK, or tne nee. on trial at Tekamah for disturbing meeting over which Helen Gougar presided, was discharged, the court holding that the lady is not a con ductor of religious meetings and not entitled to the privileges of the mi m T t clergy, rnus tne J5ee editor is again freed from his persecutors. Ihe Omaha World-Herald sent out another soap bubble last Satur day in the shape of a proposition beautiful to the eyes of some Dem ocrats. It is a proposed fusion of Democrats and .Alliance men and reads: "Tne Alliance to name and the Democratic party to endorse state ticket. The Democratic partv to name and the Alliance to endorse the three congressmen Uotli organizations to nend every energy to the election of the joint ticket so formed. This total ignoring of the Republican party is a display of much gall. There is not an iota of feasibility in the proposition and therefore worthy consideration. title of editor where TTe is not known the heel-brained, red nosed thing that wears a No 5 hat, and knows as little of the courtesies of journalism as a central African Hottentot." The reply of the other courteous fellow has not yet come to hand, but there can be lit tle doubt that every word of it burned a hole in the paper as he dashed it off. not of the the Ex-Governor David Butler Pawnee City made a. call upon Journal yesterday, and in course of a short conversation stated that he had positive assur ance that Mr. Yan Wyck would not be a candidate for the gover norship this year. His conviction on this point seems to be absolute, but there are a great many people in this state who will believe that the wily Otoe farmer has been pul ling the wool over the eyes of the gentleman from Pawnee. Mr. Butler is not the hardest man in the world to impose upon, and there is a large sized suspicion afloat that he is being made the tool of the horny mouthed Yan Wyck. State Journal. When the earthquake shook San Francisco last Thursday the major in charge of the Salvation Army wandered from his bed and ordered the long roll to be sounded before he assumed his regimentals. As the drum rolled brethren and sis ters poured iu, arrayed in raiment only fitted for angels. As a prayer was about to be offered, Gabriel Antonelli, an Italian fish pedler, who wag very drunk, strayed along the street, and excited Inv thm A bill has passed the house of representatives and is now before the senate, authorizing U. S. court commissioners, iudsres or clerks of any court of record of any county, to take "proof of settlement or cul- Li VU LIU 11 Ixx Ixiumilg uuai puui homestead, pre-emption or culture entries. This bill is to be passed by the senate early date. YOUE if AGAINST The announcement that Nebras ka will get more public buildings Xl 1.1- - II I I - inis, year man an orner state is welcome news. The reason of this is that our state has increased, in population faster than the others, and government buildings have lation. Uncle Sam can well afford countv irnp.fttion to tneir dODS affamst 10SS DJ nan , uy a i- x i Mir i I v '.,r553 3T' : io empty several millions or nis it1 . 1 1 n. ..i -L i idle money into this state, where poucytnOia renaui labor and material for it. Ex. OL. i. -M t i. :.m: x am TgnrzDf h GRAlfD DPEHTHG SALE Si epared to offer to the farmers of Lincoln AT re: and Marine Insurance Co. THE STAR CLOTHING HOUSE of the In ciseSlotat destruction the company pays tne tun On and after May 10th we will offer Clothing such as Spring and Summer Suits at prices The report of the agent Indian bureau sent to the reserva- j: P ,'nl Acrncra fLo tinnof the Southern TTtes in south- amOUOT mSUraUCe, auu m yttac uj. F.uai uOIuW5. i xn.-iic .-r- - . a .1 i western Colorado to investigate company iH;py the same per centage or tne amount m- oof m and report the sentiment or. the l , .mL Xl xi, At-A 1,c fV,n m-nn timber Indians with respect to their pro- SUrea acBMcu uLO uv HKeiy posea removal to uian, states me maa TIP TltiTrwfT uy.nail ocGuneu. at an Indians greatly desire a change ot . 't cm mrr A n rti n era A Hamilton countv banks reported deposits to the amount of about $500,000 at the end of February, about two-rhirds of which was from farmers on certificates, and this at the season of the vear when far mers are usuallv short of funds. In a month from this time, when the fat cattle and hoes have been location. They expressed both sur- of the government to carry out the ' - -w a v prise and discontent at the failure 75 -per ceri&tie company pays 7.50 per acre. It damage negotiate the transfer to Utah. manufacturer A. New England says tnat street musicians are a serious expense to manufacturing companies in countrv towns. A marketed, bankers expect to see the gvpsv girl plavinsr a tambourine re- lariuers uepusiu luucasc iu uni- centiy passea nis escaonsnmenc. lion. and. he savs. cost the comnanv conn TP i xi Coal Baron Scott sees a split in t i uiFioy ws m luc the Republican party in Fennsyl- r' T r,""1 i ',, vania big enough to allow a Demo- l i i ii. ii i crac to sup into tne governors chair. Mr. Scott is the same man who induced President Cleveland to believe that the voters of the United States were eager to re-elect him on a free-trade platform As a political prophet Mr. Scott is as great a success as he is as a humane employer of labor in his coal mines. es $ ZtETJah is 25 pertBe company pays $2.50 per acre. the commissioners appointed to Tn ffotavirnfrinf? f hft Tmroentasre of damasre no considera- a. I -A- li. m f CZJ tion sKallle; made of the cost of the cutting and thresh ing the portion-not destroyed. Cash rates are as follows: $10jpO. Insurance per acre, premium 50 cents per acre. SjKwnsarance per acre, premium 45 cents per acre. i8jbpInurance per acre, premium 40 cents per acre. 87i00 Insurance per acre, premium 35 cents per acre. Tt.Q?Ibsnrance per acre, premium 30 cents per acre. 5tK AV Tncnranpa npr awp nrpmi'nm 2n p.pnf.s nfr ap.rfi. work was suspended for fully a . , '"If : ; . , i i j t quarter of an hour. Everv circus All losses will be adjusted without delay and paid parade costs them hundreds of doi- within sixty' days from date of proof. lars, and when a minstrel brass v. band marches by it costs from 25 to $50. T. C. PATTERSON, Agent. The The five-year-old son of John Limoge was playing on the streets of Blair with several children of his age, when one of them picked up a piece of glass and threw it, striking him in the face, cutting a deep gash near the nose that pene trated to the palate, and trom which blood flowed so freely that dea h from bleeding was imminent. He will recover but will be dis figured by the scar. millionaire banker and miner and Governor of Montana under Cleveland, Hauser, was the life, the energy and the money of i the Democratic campaign in that new State last fall. After it was all over some one asked him how it happened that his partv failed of complete succes. He answered with a cheerful grin: "Well, our folks stole the thing all right enough, but the other fellows knocked us down and took it away trom us. Gr. C. Campbell, Solicitor. Col. K. Gr. Ingersoll, in his 1 1 A 1 ill aress oerore tne state oar associa tion at Albany, made some very truthful statements, but none wiil ii it t t ronoivo r.no nnnim nnn nnca nnn mi -J , , 1 . cia Kc""" suc4 . J probation of the following 1,04:0 electors ot tne county, asking iiTannnm Congress ,nas appropriated S150, 000 for the flood sufferers in the south. It lias, been noted that the southern Congressman who objected to voting for the world's fair bill because it was wrong to use govern ment fbnds for such a pur pose have no scruples when it conies to giving their part of the country a little assistance. When they get int&trouble" down there they find',tfi$tfc is very convenient to belong to-ajiation with a big N. 771 A committee of McCook Friday presented to the citizens countv that a special election be called to relocate the county seat. India- nola's friends are endeavoring, by getting up remonstrances, to defeat mi tne call. Tne countv commission ers eave them until Saturday nijrht o file remonstrances, and will give their decision on Wednesday next. 'Ignorance, filth and poverty the missionaries ot crime. as dishonorable success outranks honest effort, as long as society bows and cringes before the great thieves, there will be little enough to fill the jails are As louer ones From For. Robinson they have telegraphedjjtqthe newspapers de tails of another big Indian scare. The Jozrnaifadmires this way of doing thingiiMdmires it because, it is a display of .ingenuity, nerve and I A Safe Investment. Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results, or in case of failure a return of purchase price. On this safe plan you can buy from our advertised Druggist a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis covery for Comsumption. It is guaran eed to bring relief in ever' case, when used for any affection of the Throat Lungs or Chest, such as Consumption Inflammation of Lungs, Bronchitis Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup, etc.1 etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to tast, perfectly safe, and can always be de pended upon. Trial bottles free at A. F. Streitz's drugstore. Far Below Omaha or Chicago. Our stock is complete. Children's Snits, Boys' Suits, Men's Suits, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, Underwear, Neckwear, in fact every article in our stock will be reduced CENT. We are compelled to make this sacrifice in order to reduce our stock which is entirely too large. Our large and elegant store room enables us to show goods as never before. Come, on and after May 10th, and procure bargains never before offered in "No. Platte. The Star Clothing House WEBER & VOLLMER. I Something for the Ho. 3496. ITBST NATIONAL BAM, Jortli Platte, - Neh, oil and 17 The arrival at Oman a of a 400- I 1 f A T i 1 ton steam ooac trom nctsourg is, says the World-Herald, "a practi cal and timely demonstration that river transportation between the iron and coal fields of Ponnsvl vania fields of Nebraska is entirely feasible." The time oc cupied by the trip, and the compar- ativlv easy navigation of the Mis- Tbe American printing press promises to emancipate this country from the tyranny of the Paris fashion makers. Prominent wri- BUUUU.U1 vye oaivauon neaaqnaters ters ciaim.tnac jney are now ame anj e corn T 1. " MA If ... I ! I II - ' I . knees with prayers and lamenta- ply using enough space in the irons. That is Gabriel, that is newspapers to get tha novelty be- Gabriel, all shouted. Thev were fore the neeple. When the fash- right about Gabriel, but he went ions are "set" on this side of the rn 4-nnl-.no 1. i"l 1 - I A " 1 1 uu iuuwuk uis uuru unni a nonce- water, America mav proclaim to ,inu man took him in for drunkenness, the world that she is at last entirely ;,,i,V r'u 1" ui, jjoju a uuc UJ. fpo ilCA i iuorii- nee. me. i mi ;ii i- lt p n . j.nere win oe a meeting or tne The fool killer should visit Pot- survivors of the different regiments ter and kill off a few dpad hpnt and batteries, both Union and Con- who are to lazv to earn an hnnpsf. federate, that were engaged in the audacity that is little- short sublime. Chief Tangled Hair two or tantprpKen-aown squaws have gone on.A high lonesome and tne tnmg 'w magnified into an Indian rakLvtf, the people of Sid- ney naa waugunitea one or two such fakes within the last; few vears the troops mtight have remained here forvaV gtperation. Sidney Journal, ? among tnem in a systematic man ner. Afterjfilling their cellars and barns with grain and ham and other provkons, .they sold the re mainde r to settlers, in the neutral souri, demonstrate the feasibility ot strip or swapped it for Indian terri the proposed Omaha-Pittsburg torv moonshine whisky. If this barge line, and it would, without rpniarl-aKWfsl i v.rifi0fl if will great regulator of Ex. grain. We go awav from home to learn news. The Boston Journal savs: "The new cotton mill at Kearnev, Neb., will fully materialize in a work a great hardship, to the set tlers in the .wist who accasionallv do need assistance from' the older communities, tit promises to be the most colona! fraud in this Hue that has been unearthed for many a day. btatfi Journal. . . I , ... . . , - 111 "ill illll I U1UV11IU11; 1 Li a living, and who under the smallest rS;,h,cSm;ugS? 0n he short time, as all the balance of the pieitiAi, win appeal ior aid to tne "c ""J fcA.i iUi H"U3C stock has been subscribed bv east- nonnln nnnl l i il. - Infufin or T.lip vonniiQ raneif.irmc annn. t i i-i 1 jcuHic ui cusLCiu part ui ine . . "r r."'""""" ern canitaiists. rians are osinf . . f I I 1 it 111 1 I -r4-n wi u. . i n i man mr aonn nnm m n ri ri in rnn hof io ii i . i.. ... i oiitLc. uiie we wonc aenv n ir r,-u J iU uc mnrtptnrtni n .mt. w nnh unii onun i..i....i 1 i i , J m. T t . u . i ' . """" ueiueu wuat me peopie are nara up, we ric- --i""13 i UUX , ? uc be reported." They say that hope noint have heard of none who are suffer- corrected, to enable the Park Asso- deferred rnaketh the harfc sio.k. hnfc " . A - - I I I 1 !! 1 " - i I 1 1 1 1 1 1' mir fnr tha noMmnnM i:r m cianon r,o marir wir.n a mnmimpnr .l -li. -it- . . rr- .U6 i tU naura ui me. iu - --- - -- nou so wic-ii cue jxearney stayer, PPn fi vp?fprdjiv mnrnino- wUn each tiosition on one of the mnst i 1 j.i. ir. .. --" j wlr'uly iwjuiu-, uuch Z.ir -f 'LomH.nf lM wuo lemeuioera wiac itome was not ho was fol,n(l dead on the road 0iuaiiCi pauper iisi, m me territory ouilt in a single dav, and that great aiinnf. t,vn milps fm,n VfiAvaA i 77" i.ii xi. oi I voanlfc nro n rr. wrnnrr it. nnt in fl-io I m 1 i x t i ueorge ivennan, com tne oiuenan ; ."V;. "i,mb"" witn nis necK oroisen, wnere it is Exile Petition Association of Phil- twinkling ot an eye. Lhe Aearney supposed he fell from his waon. adelphia last Wednesday, that he m.ina.ls serel,e so tar as the cotton j0hn Kogers, working for A. West i31oomington. Neb., April 25. George Miller, 'living aboout ten miles north or "here, with others to move a neighbor to a TT'l 111 1 n near miarern, -leaving ror home about midnight. He was not composed of what was Cheyenne county, than any county in the eastern part of the state. It looks strange that out of all this vast territory, there is but one place that has called for help, and that place was Potter. Evidently, Pot ter is composed of a class of people wno are too lazy to help themselves, would meet the charge that the stories of Russian cruelty were false by going before the International Prison Congress, which is to meet at St. Petersburg, and prove his assertions if the Russian Govern- l ui xl' ii twotimuus ix hum jLi'uooxau vxwvcxtx- and would be nothing but miblic i- n.A i,; u i,: 1 ,, . " 4 XJJGXXU ltlUXlX UC1U11U UXU1 liJ Uclll XllO lHnv.rvr. -wrmmm XL. I I I uuaigca, ncie I'liev iu any country on trod s earth. Chappell Begtster. though recovery. The department of agriculture at Washington is making an investi gation of the feasibility of irrigat ing in the west by means of arte sian wells. The territory east of the Rocky mountains has been di vided into districts and witnesses. It was time enough, he added, to defend himself when he was attacked, and he believed his case to be impregnable. The state of Washington expects to have within twenty years a school fund of 20,000,000 from her school lands. It is said that Texas assigned is the only state in the TJuion that to held agents to collect data useful has properly administered the to the Department in making up landed endowment of her schools, its report. The district between and as a result, some day when the the 35th and 43rd parallels has population of that commonwealth been assigned to J. W. Gregory of has approximated the supportin Garden City, Kan. His territory capacity of its land industries. in Nebraska lies south of the 43rd Texas will be the seat of the best parallel and west of a line running and most liberal culture, with the about twenty miles west of Lincoln, least burden upon tax-payers. Uf course the eastern part of this mm is concerned. ivearney rand, ten miles northwest of here. Trooforrl'ic urnilA. lonrtinrr n -PonsilCm.n m TT l 3 Clx ili t u . xi,uu !!, ix, xi aiiiiuua l. wo-united ocates ueputy mar- wc fell r.K1,nr t.Mmnin., siiais uave ueeu over uic ground in fU hr:k ftf is ;nead and rnhinn. " xa ummcuio hio cn Ha icst.i I Iixrinrr tor aid nave been coming at inter- fw i lif.f.lp nnnfe nf h. 1 x- it. xl j -n I r- vaia 1U1 tllC Sl. XxJUIltUS, UUU IL their story is found to be true a very promising Kansas industrv will be at once crippled. Generous contributions have been sent to the drought sufferers in Stevens county and elsewhere. The railroads have carried the goods free and help Jias been given liberal by the people of Kansas as well as other states. It is now alleged that less than 200 families needed assistance. The contributions amounted to 200 cars and over. " This was more than the ESTSAYED. One bav mare colt, two years olrl. arnr on W f inn from DeinamcKea. naa roDo on nnnir nh Hmn of leaving: one black oe dark brown horse colt ono year old, star in forehead, white on hind feet, had ropo on at time of learinir: one buckskin pony mare, small, wiia" brands, had halter on at time of leaviagv Any one having seen or taken ud the colts or bobt will olease notify mn and 1 will pay then for their trouble. W. if. M.AHAK, or 8.B.KIUOB, MtibMerP.O.. 163 . ' Lincoln Co.. Xeb. PHOBATE .NOTICE- In the Matter of the Estate of James ii. Uavin, .Deceased. Notice is hereby tdveri "thaf. thn nrodihnra nf said deceased will meet, the Administrator of said Estate, before me, Coanty Jadse of Lincoln cr i ii ii i people COUIU use, auu me Story goes uonnty, KeurasKa, at tne Uonnty ttonrt Koom, in that some of the leading citizens SttiJhJ of the country organized a company and divided the stock goods lrnga- IV 1 I i district is not interested m tion, but facts from the whole ter ritory named are desired. Mr. Gre gory asks that information be sent Him of the location of every deep boring in the district, whether water was obtained or not, and of every spring or deep pool fed from subterranean sources. If persons knowing of the existence of such well Sergeant Dunn, of the signal service, predicts a cool summer, and While John Juker was plowing bases his prediction on the average on his farm near Berwyn, Custer temperature for the vear, which has county, the other day he unearthen generally remained about 50 deg. the skeletons of three grown per- The year 1875 was the coldest re- 1 1 il 1 11 A A I 1 1 ll f 1 1 1 M sons, a child and tne skuii or a dog. corded since tne establishment or tne weatner bureau, tne average temperature falling to 4o.d deg. Last year was the warmest, the Jaly, 1890, nt one q'clookTP. MT. each day, for the purpose oi presenting tueir claims tor examina tion, adiustmeat aad allownnro. Six mnntha are auowea tor creditors to mpnnfc thmr rim ma and one year for the Administrator to settle said Estat3. from the 8th day of Nomrnhnr. iRfiO This notice will be publkhed in the Lincoln county tribune tor tour weeks finccARAivniv. " . . T rtrtJ -T . 1 - .nun " prior 10 iuu mx nay ot tiuxy, QXO. T."SXEIXING, 161 . l County Judcre. 1 1 have recently bought an entire line of Samples from an eastern 1 A salesman consisting ot over 500 Different Shapes 500 -IN"- Authorized Capital, $200,00 Paid in OapitaI,"$50,000.J i t A GENERAL BANKING BUSI NESS TRANSACTED. Sells Bills of Exchange on Countries. all Foreign INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Hats and Bonnets. Also an immense line of Flowers, Ribbons, Ornaments and Novelties. This is the Largest aud best assorted stock ever brought to the city and will be sold at WHOLESALE PRICES. Call and get something to please -X 1 vuu a. . uargam. : X3ia,3O.03La.S, I ! "Wa.tOl3.eS, Mrs. C. S. HUFFMAN, West Front St, next door to McDonald's store I ( ) iVI AY 1 IK E-Y-JS GLASSES JLlsTID SPECTACLES J- S 1IX JL J. X A XJ-f IV) f! r Foaled in Millorebur?, Kentucky, and raise d by W. O. Long, of Linens, Mo., recently purchased by Will stand for mares at VanDoran's Stable. North Plalte, Thursday, Friday and Saturday of each week after April 1st ana at Mr. Avelme's ranch near IN ichols Station, seven and one-half miles west, every Monday and Tuesday. Terms, $12; two dollars cash and the balance when mares are known to be in foal . Mares not in foal can be returned next season if belonging to same parties. -All Kinds of Hep airing. TT- IP. Watch. Examiner. McDonald's Block, Spruce Street, GROCERIES. To Pat Walsh, non-msident: ion are hereby notified that on the 27th day of August A. D, 1883, 1 purchased at private tax sale, of Charles E. Osgood, Treasurer of Lincoln County Ne- Draska, lor tno taxes ot tne year 18S6, Liots num bered Two (2) Three (3) Seven (7) and Eight (8) in Block number one hundred forty-one (141) in the city of North Platte NeLraska. Said real estate, above described, was assessed and taxed T A.t . nx tiril r xu uie name oi jrac waisn. xoa are aiso nereoy notilied that the time for redemption of said real estate will expire August 27th, A. D. 1890. sw N. w. McGek. oi the About a mile and a half from find there is everv indication, says the Broken Bow Revuhlican. of an old battlefield. D. A. Heman, who average temperature reaching od.5 settled in that locality eleven years ago, says that indications of rifle or water summes will com municate with Mr. firAtrnrxr. oivintr nits were plainly defined at that the exact location as far as possible, time. Various parties at sundry with the town, ranee and section, times have found bullets and other they will confer a ereat favor unon evidences of war on the ground the department of agriculture.--.Ea;. near the rifle pits. Mr. Juker last vear found a knife. rom appear- The "courtesies of lournalism" ances there wa3 a camp ground oi have been brought to a high state general resort on the creek bottom of perfection in Sidnfiv. Ta. The abont a half mile distant from the intelligent editor of one naoer re- locality where the bones were un- fera to his rnnfmnnrarv ns "thft Anrthwi. Here would evidentlv be whisky-soaked noker editor down an interesting locality for the street the bloat that wears the j mound digger. deg. This year up to date has gained 288 degrees over last year, showing that the average tempera ture has been 2 J degrees higher than for the same time m loyO. To equalize the temperature and keen the average as low as last year. Such a calculation is not without value, and Sergeant Dunn's prediction of a cool summer xy-D ttt M J oiT tttlt will he remembered with interest iNVJKlJtl a-nClrPUl U 1 H if it proves correct, as it will dem- rinaf.rff tViA valnp of thn wpafriAr Vinronn in on imnnrt.Jinf. nhrfinnlnr NORTH .Inter Ocean. ' J. O. PRINftlPAEOINTS EAST, WEST, jvt- PLATTE, - NEB Perguspn? Agent, r- Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes. Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Old Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples and Piles. It is cooliner and soothinc Hundreds of cases have been cured by it after all other treatment had failed. It is put up in 25 and 60 cent boxes. THE CASINO. Billiard and Pool Hall, J. 0. HUPFER, Pbop., Keeps none but the finest "Wlii8kies,siich as B0BINS0N COUNTY, TENN. COOK HOLLOW, M. V. MONARCH, 0. F. G. TAYLOR QUCKBNUEIMER RYE. WELSH AND HOMESTEAD Also fine case goods, Brandies, Rum, Gin -&tc. st. .Louis Bottled Beer and Milwaukee Beer on draft. Neville Block, Sixth Street. NORTH PLATTE, - - NEBRASKA - S' DRUGGIST and OPTICIAN, n i nilllK fill AGENT FOR SHERWIN & WILLIAMS' MIXED PAINTS. Corner of Sixth and Spruce Strcats, - North Platte, Nebraska.. DKALEK -s- IN: v r m k vv vv i n p, !'