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NORTH PLATTE, MBBASEA, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 3, L897.
NO. 75.
People who buy at The Hub save money.
New and Stylish Goods
For all departments are arriving daily at THE HUB Dry Goods,
Clothing for men and boys, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. Our line
of Underwear and Blankets is the largest and most complete in the
city. Remember we are right in the swim in SHOES. Our line is
complete, and we give you as neat a fit as our competitors can and at
prices lower than the lowest. How is that we sell goods cheaper than
our competitors? Why that is simple WE SELL FOR CASH
ONLY. You know cash is a mighty power. Now come in and get
our prices. If you do not wish to purchase to-day perhaps you will
some other day. The only way for you to find out how the cheap
THE HUB is selling is to come and see for yourself and compare
quality and prices. . Yours to please,
1 TUC UJ IP
I I I I i i u u
U. P. TIME TABLE.
go;ng east central time.
No. 2 Fast Mail 8:45 n. m.
No. 4 Atlantic Express 11:40 p. m.
No. 28-Freight 7:00 a. m.
GOING W EST MOUNTAIN Tl ME .
No. 1 Limited "3:55 p. m.
No. 3 -Fast Mail 11:20 p. m.
No.-23 Freight 7:35 a-m.
No. 19 Freight 1:40 p. m.
N. B. Olds. Agent.
Jjl F. DENNIS, M. D.t
HOMOEOPATHIST,
Over First Nntioual Bank,
NOKTII PLATTE, - - NEBRASKA.
Dr. j.
W. BUTT,
DENTIST.
Over First Nat'l Bank, NORTH PLATTE
TILCOX & HALLIGAN,
ATTORNS TS-AT-LAW,
N'OKTH PLATTE, ... NEBRASKA
Office over North Platte National Bank.
0
R. N. F. DONALDSON,
AwinUnt Surgeon Union Psc-fic lie""
and Member of Pension Board,
NORTH PLATTE, ... NEBRASKA.
Office over Streitz's Dm? Store.
Jg E. NORTHRUP,
DENTIST.
Room No. 6, Ottenstein Building,
NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
jjiRENCH & BALDWIN,
ATTORNETS-AT-LAW,
NORTH PLATTE, - - NEBRASKA
Office over N. P. Ntl. Bank.
T.
C. PATTERSON,
75TTRNEY-7T-I-KJn.
Office First National Bank Bldg.,
NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
FOR SA
n i
LIU i
400 Cows with Calves
650 Dry Cows.
100 two-year-old Heifers.
50 one-year-old Heifers.
50 Bulls.
These cattle are well bred
Hereford and . Short Horn
stock, are in pasture north'
of North Platte river, four
miles north of Sutherland
station on U. P. Ey. If you
want to buy come and see
them. Prices and quality
will satisfy you. Call on
or write,
JOHN BRA.TT,
North Platte, Neb.
D, M. HOGSETT,
t Contractor and Builder,
AND AGENT FOR
ECLIPSE and FAIRBANKS
WINDMILLS.
NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
$10 REWARD.
I will pay ten drllars reward for
the arrest and conviction ol the
party ar parties who stole alfalfa
from my field on Sec 12-13-31.
L. D. Thoelecke.
i
A T RAMKQ Pmn
SMOKERS
X X
In search of a good cigai
will always find it at J.
F. Schmalzried's. Try
them and judge.
You Need
ICE.
We have it have plenty of. it
and can furnish you any quantity
desired. Our ice is good none
better and we make prompt de
liveries. We solicit your trade, feeling we
can please you.
Eellner & Frazicr.
Carl Brodbeck,
DEALER IN.
Fresh Smoked and
Salted Meats,
Having" re-opened the City Meat
f Market, opposite the Hotel Neville,
I am prepared to furnish customers
with a choice quality of meats of
all kinds.
A share of your patronage is re
spectfully solicited.
PURE LAKE ICE
I am agf .n in position to supply
the people of North Platte with a
superior q lality of pure ice frozen
from well 'ater. It is as clear as
costal ana of good thickness; not
frozen sno and slush. A trial
order will convince you of its
quality. 1 have plenty to last
through the season.
WM. EDIS.
the Platte
Collegiate
Institute...
A Home School for Boys and
Girls. Best in the State for
price and advantages. For cat
alogue, address
HARRY N. RUSSELL,
Kearney, Neb. Principal.
J. F. FILLION,
Plumber, Tiuworker
General Repairer.
Special attention given to
n ram,
WHEELS TO RENT
DEEE CEEEK PBECINCT.
Will McGinniss and wife now
ride in a bran splinter new buggy
additional evidence of prosperity.
Bob Craig is not improving
very rapidly with his broken leg, a
condition we regret to learn
O. S. Wilmeth is enjoying a visit
from his sister and nephew, Mrs. J.
W. Scarborough and son Ray of Ox
ford Frank Griffith will go
down to the Republican Valley to
work during the broom corn har
vest Mr. Walliugford is home
after a six weeks' absence, spent at
work west ot North Platte.
Chas. Leggitt looked after the . ele
vator at Ingham while A. Labounty
attended the populist county con
vention. Bill.
SOMERSET NEWS.
Farmers in this section are busy
majcing hay Our west bound
train, due here at 8:23 generally ar
rives about two hours late. Pat
rons of the road would like the train
to make better time W. E.
Gartrell and N. S. Smith were in
North Platte a few days ago mak
ing application to prove up on their
homesteads George Pulley is
putting down a well for George
Keonig J. F. Brittain cemen
ted a well for W. E. Gartrell last
week Corn is in good condi
tion and big ears are visible.
Aunt Jack.
KEM PBECINCT.
W. J. Jones is putting a wire
fence on the south part Some
of our young people attended an ice
cream social at the home of Chas.
Baker of Medicine precinct
Ad Kunkle sports a new buggy pur
chased of J. H. Knowles Mrs.
Chris. Willertou went to the hub
Saturday to spend a few days vis
iting, Mrs. Will Griffiths was
called to North Platte Tuesday
evening. Will Jones was pre-
ambutating around Dickens Satur
day last Will Jolliff made a
fly trip to Curtis and May wood
Wednesday Mrs. Ridgely of
the Farmers' Home Restaurant in
North Platte passed through for
Somerset Friday last Cecil
Tuell has purchased a new buggy
of Deere Wells & Co., Council
Bluffs. Ivook out girls, don't all
speak at once.
Miss Ethel Griffiths has returned
home from a six weeks' stay in
Dickens. . . Grandpa and grand
ma Latimer of Missouri Ridge is
spending a few days with their son
W. A. Latimer The rainfall
for the season from April 1st to
Sept. 1st shows no lack of moisture
for these parts. The total for the
period is nine and twelve-sixteenth
inches. Yet some have the audacity
to say the ground has not been wet
down two inches this summer.
X. X.
Rev. Power tells a good one
that he heard up the road. A far
mer came into town and went into
a strore to make some purchases.
In paying for what he bought he iu
cidently remarked that wheat was
a pretty good price at present and
that money was sure to be more
plentiful. "I suppose, now" re
marked the merchant, that 3011
pops will admit that supply and de
mand has something to do with
prices after al!." Not a bit of it,"
rejoined the farmer. "The rise in
the price of wheat is caused by the
foreign shortage. Kearney Hub.
To Cure Constipation Forever.
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10c.
or 25c. If C. C. C. fail to cure, druggists
rotund monev. . .
SULLIVAN NOMINATED.
Judge J. J. Sullivan, of -Columbus,
is the candidate of the free
silver dreibuud for supreme judge,
bavin; been nominated at Lincoln
yesterday afternoon. It took twenty-two
hours of: almost continnous
wrangling and confusion in each of
the individual conventions and con
ference after conference between
the leaders to reach this result.
When the conference committee
reported at 3:30 yesterday morning
the agreement took the following
form; "
'We recommend the three con
yentions meet separately and bal
lot separately forjudge. Ail nomi
nations shall be presented to the
three eonventions and balloting
shall continue uutil one man shall
receive a majority of two conven
tions. Each ballot shall be an
nounced to eachof the other con
vention before another ballot is
taken. The regents shall be given
to the parties which do not secure
the judge."
The democrats endorsed W. H.
Thompson, the tree silver republi
cans endorsed C.R. Scott, and the
populists William5 Neville, and then
the matter hung all forenoon. Just
before noon the democrats swung
to Sullivan, the free silver republi
cans followed, and the populists
came in with the best grace possi
ble, and the name of J. J. Sullivan,
of Platte county, was hoisted to
the head of the three-in-one ticket.
"MAXWELL NOTES.
Mr. and Mrs. Ehllers spent Satur
day in North Platte.
Supt. Dow of Ft. McPherson and
Mr. Simpson went to North Platte
Saturday,
The Misses May Dolan and Gert
rude Hooper left Saturday for
Greely, Colorado.
Mrs. James McCullough and Miss
Ellen McCullough spent two days
in North Platte the past week".
Catholic services were held in
the school house last Saturday,
Rev. Father Healy officiating. This
was Father Healy s first service
hereandliis peopjardver-y, much
pleased with him,
Mrs. C. H. Kuhns spent Tues
day in North Platte and returned
home Wednesday accompanied by
Mr. Dunniffan father of Mr. Kuhns.
Miss Mary McGovern came down
Wednesday from North Platte and
will make her home with Mrs. Anna
Dolan the comins: winter.
Henry Ehllers will have charge
of the feeding department of the
W. H. and A. W. Plumer ranch
this coming winter.
A surprise party was given at
the home pi Edward Longpre Sat
urday evening.
Brownfield Bros, of Cozad pur
chased cattle of W.H. and A. W.
Plumer and John McCullough, good
prices were realized.
Miss Johnson of North Platte,
who had been visiting on the Island,
returned to her home Wednesday
afternoon.
W, II. Plumer, John Snyder and
W. Nugent spent Tuesday in
North Platte.
J. W. Snyder our "village smithy"
will move his family from the
Island into the McNamara house
within the next few weeksl
The Chicago weather forecast
tor North Platte and '.vicinity is:
Partly cloudy with local rains to
night and Saturday, cooler Satur
day. The maximum temperature
yesterday at North Platte was 91,
minimum in past 24 hours 66, at 7
a. m. ii, orecimtation none. For
A ft.
the same time and period one year
ago the maximum temperature
was 79, minimum 44, at 7 .a. m.
46; precipitation none.
Comrades!
Judge Grimes transacted legal
businesss in Ogalalla the early part
of the week.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
Celebrated for its ereat leavenlnc-strength
and heaJtafulncss. Assures the food against
alnm and all forms of adulteration common
to the cheap brands.
KOXAU UAKIXC JrOWDEit CO., NEW VOYK. .
R0YAI
WEDDING AN2TIVEESAEY.
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Robinson
celebrated their twentieth wedding
anniversary at their home last
evening by inviting about thirty of
their friends to assist in the happy
event. Two or three hours were
spent in pleasant conversation by
the guests, after which seasonable
refreshments were served. Mr.
and Mrs. Robinson were the
recipients of a hardsome china din
ner set. and several other articles.
Those present were Rev. and Mrs.
Snaveley, Messrs and Mesdames
Chas. McDonald, W. C. Reynolds,
C. L. Williams. J. M. Ray, W. T.
Wilco.v, J. E. 'Evans, G. W. Dillard,
J. G. Beeler, A. M. . Mason, H. C.
Blickensderfer, Mrs. M. E. Watts,
Mrs. A. Stolle, Mrs. S. Kartman,
Mrs. W. J. Crusen, Misses May Mc
Grew, Calla McDonald, Lizzie
Sawyer, Frances McNamara, Eu
nice Babbitt, Li?;zie Adamson and
Messrs. Ernest McGrew, Fred
Wright. Frank Mooney, Geo. Mc
Michael and J. C. Orr.
Ui EVENTS IN NEBRASKA. S
J?
Scotts Bluff county has just car
ried a proposition to bond the coun
ty for $5,000 to build a court house
at Gering.
Captain Mercer has decided to
make improvements at tlie Wirine
bago agency headquarters to cost
about 57,000. ;
A human skeleton was plowed up
near Gresham by Pat Parmer.
There was no clothing, but two
rings and a buckle, which were re
tained for indentificatiou purposes
in the event anyone comes along
looking for a skeleton.
Frank Hepperly of Madison was
arrested on the charge of killing
eleven prairie chickens, betore they
became legally ripe. He was con
victed and drew a fine of $55 and
the payment of the costs of prose
cution, amounting to $15 more.
W. J. Maxwell, a prominent
ranchmen near Sidney, met his
death Saturday. He wag raking
when he got off his rake to fix the
harness. The horses reared and got
him tinder foot when they ran away.
The rake teeth penetrated his body
and killed him.
A boys' brigade has been organ
ized by the pastor of the Kearney
Congregational church, the objects
being to advance the kingdom of
Christ, promote abedience. rev
erence, decipline and selt respect,
all of which are good things to have
in the family.
Joe Stecker of Schuyler has a
brother-in-law in the Klondike re
gion and Joe says he is making a
failure of his search for the pot of
rrnA nf lltf hncp nf t lir nn rnra
borealis. He has expended $1,600
and when last heard from needed
about $500 to bring him home from
that valley of dead men's bones.
The Lincoln W. C. T. U. has pro
tested vigorously against the grant
ing by the secretary of- war a re
quest from the school board to furn
ish the Lincoln high school cadets
with arms for drilling purposes.
The Union does not approve of
training the youth of the country in
the arts of war, but is .for peace
and lots of it.
The Wayne Republican is flirt
ing with the hens by citing the fact
that on August 24th last year eggs
were selliug at Wayne for only six
cents per dozen, whereas on the
same date this year they are bring
ing ten cents. It hints that this
may be caused to some extent by
the action of that Ohio rooster.
Mark Hanna.
A syndicate of farmers near
Homer bought a fine separator and
traction engine to thresh dollar
wheat in Dakota county. They put
a green man on the engine to run it.
In crossing a bridge over Omaha
creek the engineer lost control ol
it, ran it into the creek twenty .feet
below, where the $2,400 outfit was
piled in a scandalous heap.
A strange coincidence is reported
from Wayne. In the office of John
T. Bressler, an insurance siirn of
the Phoenix insurance company
fell from the wall and striking a
box of matches on a safe set them
afire. They burned, but there was
nothing near enough to the.n to
catch fire from the blaze and so
there was no damage. The insur
ance sign didn't seem to be in good
busines when it almost made its
company a loss. Perhaps this
should be regarded as a warning to
advertise only in the newspapers.
our Fine Black Kid" Shoes: "'
1 FOE LADIES " : 1
At $1.75, 82.00, 82.50 and $3.00.-'"" .
E ARE SUPERIOR IN EVERY WAY to 3
STT the ordinary shoes sold at these prices. 33
Handsome styles, perfect fitting, best finish r-s
and good service. Such goods as only the
SZ factories that make specialties of these grades
y- a
5p can make, ladies' sizes in spring heel shoes
kid or calf, lace or button. For good
g SCHOOL SHOES come to the
j YELLOW FRONT SHOE STORE.
g DECATUR & BEEGLE,
GEO. M. GRAHAM, Manager.
iiiiiuiuiuiuiuiaiikiiiiuiuiuiuiiiiuiuiiiiuiuiiiiiiiiiiuiiii
Commissioner Wolfe of state
lands and buildings, is receiving
man' inquiries about Nebraska
lands. The indications are that
the year's prosperity in Nebraska
will stimulate alarge stream ot new
settlers.
Educate Your ISowels With Cascarets.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation
forever. 10c. IE C. C. C. fail, druggists
refund money.
Charles Supp. a young farmer
who lived at Woodlawn, a suburb
ol Lincoln was killed by a B. & M.
train. He was driving , a cart and
was caught at the crossing. His
horse reared and plunged and threw
him out alone- side and on the
track.
Beauty In Blood Beep.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cascarets Candy
Cathartic clean your blood and keep it
clean, by stirring up the lazy liver and
driving all impurities from the body.
Begin to-day to banish pimples, boils,
blotches, blackheads, and that sickly-
bilious complexion by taking Cascarets,
beauty for ten cents. All druggistsr
satisfaction guaranteed 10c., 25c., 50c.
NAPOLEON'S VALUE OF VICT0SY.
It Finds a'Strikin Counterpart hr Be cent
World Trimnphs.
Napoleon knew well the value of
a victory. After Austerlitz the
world seemed his. Fame invited,
fortune favored, everything stimu
lated his aspiring ambition. With
growing power he had gathered the
fruits of victory. And so has it
ever been. Success succeeds. A
notable illustration of this truth is
furninhed by the great victories
won at the World's Fair in '93 and
the California Midwinter Fair in '94
by Prices Cream Baking Powder.
Ever increasing sales and popu
larity have been the result. The
people have promptly ratified the
official verdicts that declared Dr.
Prices leavening powder, keeping
qualities, purity and general excel
lence the "foremost baking powder
in all the world." Quite as quickly
as the great Emperor do they
know the value of a victory that
means world-wide supremacy.
Advertised Letters.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
in the post office at North Platte, Neb.
for the week ending September 3, 1897.
GENTLEMEN.
Berner, H S James, Frank
Howell, John Jenkins, Frank G
Mehrhoff, Criss.
LADIES.
Stockley, Miss Delia
Welch, Mrs Eosa
Persons calling for above will please say
advertised." M. W. Claib, Postmaiter.
Everybody Says So.
Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most
wonderful medical discovery of the age,
pleasant and refreshing to the taste, act
gently and positively on kidneys, liver,
and bowels, cleansing the entire system,
dispels colds, cure headache, fever, ha
bitual constipation and biliousness.
Please buy and try a box of C. C. C. to
day; 10, 25 and 50 cents. Sold and guar
anteed to cure by all druggists.
Ballard's Snow Liniment.
This invaluable remedy is one that
ought to be in every house bold. It will
euro your rheumatism, neuralgia,
sprains, cuts, bruises, burns, frosted feet
and ears, sore throat, and sore chest.
If you have a lame back it will cure it.
It penetrates to the seat of the disease.
It will cure stiff joints and contracted
muscles after all other remedies have
failed. Tho?e who have been cripples
for years have used Ballards Snow Lin
iment and thrown away their crutches
and been able to walk as well as ever.
It will euro you. Prico 50 cents. Sold
by North Platto Pharmacy, J. C. Bush,
Manager. 1
Legal Notices.
Jennie 31. Hlngton, trill take notice that on tlio
23d day of July, 185)7, James M. Itay, County
Judge within and for IJncoln county. Nebraska,
issued an order of attachment for the sum of
$28.50, in nn ncUon ponding' before him, wherein
Thomas C. Patterson is plaintiff and Jennie 31.
liingston defendant, that property of the ?Aid
defeudant consisting of money to become duo on u
lease contract in the hands of one If arry S. White,
garnishee, has been attached nnder paid order.
Said cause was conUnued to the 13th day of Sep
tember, 1S97. at one o'clock p. m.
North Platte, Nebraska, August 4th, 1807. ' .
C7-3 THOMAS C. PATTEKSON.
NOTICE TO CltEDlTOKS.
Creditors of the Estate of Charles J. Johnson will
file their claims in the County Court of Lincoln
county, Nebraska, within six months from the '.HIi
day of August, 18U7. Such claims will be heard on
September U, l&JJ, and on February 11, 1803, at 10
a. m., each day. The Executor will settle uaid
Estate within one year from this day.
B8-4w JAMES M. KAY, County Judge.
MASTER'S SALE.
Socket S. No. 150.
In the Circuit Court of the United States for
the District of Nebraska:
Joseph N. Field, Complainant, vs. Van
Brocklin Bros., et. al.. Respondents. "
FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE.
PubJicnotlce-is hereby given: Tnat lnpur
suance and by virtue of a. "decree entered, in
the above entitled cause on the l"th day of
May, 1807, I, E. S. Dundy, Jr., Master in
Chancery of the Circuit Court of the United
States for the district of Nebraska, will on
the twenty-seventh day of September, 1807.
at the hour of ten o"clock in the forenoon of
said day at the east door of the Lincoln
County Court House building-, in the City of
North Platte, Lincoln County. State and
District of Nebraska, sell at auction for cash
the following real estate. Iving and being In
the County of Lincoln, and' State of Nebras- "
ka; and known and described as follows,
viz:
The Southeast quarter of North
west quarter, East half of South
west quarter and Southwest quar
ter of Southeast quarter, Section
Thirty; East half Southeast quarter, and
East half Northwest quarter. Section Thirty-two:
Southeast quarter of Northwest
quarter, Southwest quarter of Northeast
quarter and North half of Southeast quar
ter and West half of Northwest quarter, and
North half of Southwest quarter. Section
Twenty: the Southeast quarter of Section
Eighteen, and all of Sections Twenty-nine,
Nineteen and Tbirtj'-one, all the foregoing
in Township Eleven, Range Twenty-nine, .
The Southwest quarter of Section Twenty
four, and all of Section Twenty-live (25) in
Township Eleven. Range Thirtj and the
North half and the Southeast quarter of
Section Five, in Township Ten. RangeTwcn- -ty-nine,
containing In all Thirty-nine Hun
dred and Eighty-six and ril-IOO acres of
land.be the same more or less, situate in
the County of Lincoln and State of Nebras-
H. D. ESTABROOK, Solicitor for Com
plainant. E. S. DUNDY, jr.. Master In Chancery.
A--"7-5t.
BROEKER'S SUITS
ALWAYS FIT.
Wo have been making garments for
North Platte citizens for over twelve
years, and if our work and prices were
not satisfactory we would not bo hero
to-day. We solicit your trade.
F. J. BROEKER,
MERCHANT TAILOR.
FOR FINE RIGS
at REASONABLE PRICES
GO TO-
r k Loci's Stalk
Northwest Corner Court-hou.'-e Square.
Bare, Proapt, Posltl7c
Cure for Impotence, Loita
of Manhood, Seminal
Emissions, Spermatorrhea,
Nervousness, 8elf Distrust.
Loss of Memory, Ac. Will
make you a STRONG, Vigor
ous Man Price $1.00, 0
Boxes, $5 00.
Special Directions Mall eg
with each Box. Address
Stilui Car? Usixist Cs.,
29)3 Lucas Ave.
8T. LOUIS, - MO.
Sold by North Platte Pharmacy, J.E.
Bush, Manager.
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