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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 26 September 1885

THE TRIBFfE. rpBVBfe & BAKE, Prop's. TERMS: S&5B5r i Advance, r - - - $1.50. 'h0,:'' ' ' .75? Hqnttw, in Advaace, 50. Advertising Rates on Application. bailroad time table. Took Effect March 8, 1885. GOING WEST: CMrrRAI'Tna. Okktra . TiEina. Arrive. Depart J sprees!."." "klai'elm. "iiioOajai K Express. . . . 10O2p.ro. 10:18 p.m. k !' S030 Fast Ft. . 4:00 p.m. 4:15 p.m. " 1?" Ore- J"" 8:45 p.m. 9:10 p.m. S H S9S Freight.. 630 p. m. 9:20 pjn. Mo. 2S, Waj Freight, 2:00 p. m. 230 p.m. - . 1 JOB-WORK A SPECI ALTY, TOL. I. NORTH PLATTE. NEBRASKA SEPTEMBER 26, 1885. NO 36. WALL PAPER! GOING EAST; Treats. if Arrive. No. 2, AUaatic Ex 725 p.m. BOO p.m. 4. iEucago Ex asiua. m.i HUUB.ro. No. 18, Colorado Fast Ft.. . 5 JO p. m.1 530 p.m. Jio.au, ii. Ore. retxi..i vuDp.ro. 735 p.m, -No. 22. FreLrht 430 a.m. 6:10 p.m' Ho. St. Ireiikfr. I 5:45 p. m. 630 a.m. - 1 All train daily except nombers 23 and 24. Traiaa west of North Platte rue Mountain -TiBae, one hour slower than Central Time. H. ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 26 September 1885

a STEVENS &BARE, Editoks axd Pitors. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th, 1885. Ctaii For Kepublican State Convention. The Bcpnblican electors o the State of Nebras ftka are invited to send delegates from the several counties to meet in convention at Lincoln, Wednesday, October 11th, 1335, at 7 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of placing in nomination candi dates for one associate justice of the supreme court and for two members of the board of re gents, and to perform such other business as, may be presented to the convention. The several counties are entitled to representa tion baaed upon the vote cast for E. P.Boggen, secretary of state, giving one delegate to each newly-organized county and one for every 150 votes and the major fraction thereof, liacoln county is entitled to three delegates. .Tfce BOiaber of delegates entitled to seats in the ooave) tion is 472. It m recommended that no proxies bo admitted to tie convention except such as are held by per Bobb MB$d ng in the counties from...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 26 September 1885

mmm. STE7ENS & BAKE, Editors a?:d Profs. SATURDAY, feKPTKMBBR 26th, 1885. Thursday was a "scorcher." C. F. Iddintrs Lumber and CoeL . E. C. ITolbook, dentist, Thcelecke's block Fresh supply of fruits and vegetables at Jackson's. The freight crews on the west end now run through to Cheyenne. The only place in town -where you can get bananas is at Langford's. A. number of our ladies will contest for the equestrian prize at the fair next week. Born, to 3Ir. and Mrs. Chas. Coatney, Sunday night, Sept. 20th, a girl. All three are doing well. The srn was directly over the equa tor on the 22d and the days and nights are now of nearly equal length. Prairie chickens are now ripe and ready to pick and candidates are in the 'same condition, the latter apparently be ing the largest crop. j Our merchants have adopted the mot- j ropolitan style of displaying goods on the sidewalk. The displays attract much at tention 2 ad we hope trade. The crosswalks recently torn up for the purpose of gradi...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 26 September 1885

Prof. N.Klein, Music Teacher. TrurfTnetion on the Iieed or Brass Organ, Violin or any ens. Pianos carefully toned. Organs repaired. NORTH PLATTE, - - NEBRASKA. o, .o- o o o o - o ESTABLISHED 1869. James Eellon DEALER IN Hardware, inita . ,j 2'. - AND Fail mm OF -.- ALL r KINDS. STOVES, TINWARE. BARB WIRE. AGENT FOR Studebaker Wagons. Challenge Windmills WMte Sewing Machines, warn ii WILLOW-WARE. -o- Fancy Cabme t Ware Picture Frames. Itriliu Ware, Grapicscopcs, N-E., 8-E and S-TV. Corners nm Ml SPHUUE STB, NORTH PLATTE. DOUBLE MURDER. About seven o'clock last Wednes- ! day evening Jim Eenolds killed two men, James Jfinkston and John Pinkston father and son, on Middle I Creek one mile north of Tusler s horse ranch. The instrument used was an az with which both men were knocked on the head. Alter committing the murder I A. FORT, iZa REAL ESTATE AGENT, 30,000 ACRES Desirable Farming Land boom: 1, thoelecke's block, FOR SALE IN in Lands: 11 ML mm of splendid are what is Renoid's loaded ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 31 October 1885

TEVENS&iAKE, Prop's. TEEMS: - rftOam Year, In Advance, - fliSO. SSix.Month, in Advance, Jl-'V" .75. TlireeTJContns, in Advance, - .50. " Advertising Rates on Application. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Took Effect March 9, 1885. GOING WEST: ' CzKTXAI,TrSE. Trains. -Pacific'EcpresB';!.' C0' ?i Denver Express.... No. 19, CaL & Ore. Fet Ft. t- iroaWi freight., ho. 2S, Way Freight,?!.. .. CestbalTime. TraiBB. GOING EAST: Arrive. '8:35 ji. m. 10:12 p. m. 4:00 p. m. 8:45 p. m. 6:30 p. m. Z1M p. m. Ito. 2, Atlantic Ex o.4, Chicago Ex No. 18, ColoradoFastFt... V1- Ore. Est Ft.. t ttv22, Freight.... f - No. 24, Freight.... Arrivo. 725 p. m. 520 a. m. 5:10 p. m. 7:15 p. m. 4:30 a. m. 5:15 p. m. Depart 10:18 p.m. 4 do p.m. 9:10 p.n.. 920 p.m. 230 p.m. Depart 8:00 p.m. 6:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m. 735 p.m. 6:10 p.m" 620 a.m. . i- - All trans dailt except nnmbera 23 and 24.' Trains vwt of North Platte use Mountain Xime, one faolumi than Central Time. 0XYB!8HAJSNON, . A. H. CHTJBCH,. . CooBselor. CityAtt'r....

Publication Title: Lincoln County Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 31 October 1885

. I I . I." STEVENS &BARE, Editors and Props SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 1885. Republican Ticket. STATE. For Judge of the Supreme Court. Amasa Cobb. For Becents of the University, Leayitt Bubnham, Charles H. Gere, COUNTY. For County Clerk, JOHN E. EVANS. ForTreasurer, CHARLES E. OSGOOD. For Sheriff, CLINTON L. PATTERSON. For County J udge, JOSEPH S. HOAGLAND. For Supt. Public Instruction, J. I. NESBITT. For Sarveyor, IRVINE A FORT. For Coroner, E. J. HUNTINGTON. For County Commissioner. W. H. DUDLEY. For Assessor, North Platto Precinct, G. T. A. NIXON. rsFor Justices of the Peace, JOHN" ITAWLET, J. D. JACKSON. For Constables. D. A. BAKER, MILLARD HOSTLER. ANNOUNCEMENTS . COUNT? JUDGE. The undersigned hereby announces himself to the voters of Lincoln county as a candidate for County Judge at the November election and asks of his fellow citizens their consideration and their votes. L. Stebbins. COUNTY. SUPEniNTENDENT. I hereby announce myself as candidate for re election to the office...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 31 October 1885

jzT"' 'r. ' - ' STEVENS & BARE, Editors axd Props SATURDAY. OCTOBER 31st, 1885. A runaway took place Wednesday afternoon resulting in the serious injury f Miss Mary Walsh, sister of Council man P. "Walsh. She "was out riding in company with 3Irs. W. D. Waldo andhad bees to the fair ground to drive on the track. On coming out Mrs. Waldo got oat of the buggy to close the gate, when the horse started at a moderate pace, Miss Walsh being unable to control him, which aeon developed into a run. Miss Walsh was thrown to the ground with great vio lence sustaining severe bruises and inter val injuries, the extent of which are not yet fully determined. After"running distance the horse freed himself the bujrsrv bv breaking the fills returned to -where Mrs. Wakioras ins. CP. Iddlntya Lumber and CoaL . Holbook, dentist, Thcelecke's DIOCK. This has been a busy week for candi dates. Deer are reported scarce on the Dis mal. Another wedding at the Hinman this week. ,0t?r dt-v is now using over f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 31 October 1885

'i Prof. N.Klein, Music Teacher. iBstznctioa on the Piano, Organ, Violin or any Reed or Brass Instrument. Pianos carefnlly toned. Organs repaired. NORTH PLATTE, , - NEBRASKA. 1 ESTABLISHED .1869 James Helton DEALER "I3f- Furniture AND Wllllll Machinery " OF -- ALL r KINDS. STOVES, TINWARE. BARS WIRE. . AGENT FOR f "' SMebaker Wagons. Challenge Windmills ; White Sewing Machines. HO L Til IB WILLOW-WARE. -o- Fancy Cabinet W9PA IT I 11 H Hi Picture Frames. r I - fsnlise Ware, Irapkopes. N-E., S-E and S-W. Corners NORTH PLATTE. o o O O O 'O o o Bismark Saloon BiUiard and Pool Hall, : 5 J. C. HTJPFER,:Pbop., Keeps none but the finest Tfhiskies,sucli as 7 ROBINSON COUNTY, ;TENN C0ON BOLWWy . : JT. F. MONARCH, 0. F. G. TAYZQR. GUCKENHEIMER RYE. - WELSH ANJ) HOMESTEAR -Also fine case goods, 'Brandies, Rum, Gin, I2te. St Louis Bottled Beer and Milwaukee Beer on draft. Corner Sixth and Spruce Streets, ..NORTH PLATTE, -- - NEBRASKA? -jr LA. STEVENS, REAL ESTATE AGENT, NORTH PLATTE, Lincoln Cou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 7 November 1885

STEVENS & Bixiffi, Prop's. TERMS: One Year, in Advance, - - -r'- $1.50. Six Months, in Advance, - - - .75. Three Months, in Advance, - . .50. Advertising Rates on Application. XOh. J. i i J0BW0RK A SPECIALTY. -o Satislaclory talk NORTH PLATTE. NEBRASKA, NOVEMBER 7, 1885. NO 42. Eeasoui Eates. RAILROAD TIME TABLET " Took Effect March 9, 1B83. GOING WEST: CestkalTote. CENTE.U. Teste. Trains. Arrive. I Depart 9. -00 a-m. 5 b Pacific Express.. . .1 825 a. m. jo. , JJenver Express .... 10:12 p NO. 17. Hnlnnuln fcet T IJY1 ? ra- I"st Ft..! 8: p. m.L 9:10 p.i AO. 2L Thronrfl TVoiirVit ! R-Vi n ml Q-Ofl r t o.23,Way Freight, j 2:00 p.m.; 2Z0p. GOING EAST: Trains. I Arrive. ! Depart m.-ta r m m. 4:15 p.m. m. pan. m. . .........'.. o. z, Atlantic Ex i 7:25 p. m.1 80 p.m. o. 4, Chicago Ex .1 550 a. m.l 6.O0a.m. No. 18, Colorado Fast Ft... 1 5:10 p.m. 530 p.m. o.20, CaL & Ore.JFst Ft.. ' 7:15 p. m. 755 p.m. No. 22, Freight I 420 a. m.1 6:10 p.nr No. 24, Freight J 5:15 p. m.l 6:30 a.m. A...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 7 November 1885

STEVENS &JBARE, Editors jgn Pbops. 6ATDBDAY, NOVEMBER 7th, 1885. ABSTRACT OP THE OFFICIAL CANVASS Pf the votes cast In Lincoln County, Nebraska, at the general election, Tuesday, November 3d, 1885: , THE RESULT. The result of the election in Lincoln county in some respects was not a surprise to those who had watched the course of events, and yet the wholesale slaughter of the Republican ticket -was not expected even by the most sanguine of its opponents. The cause of this was a deliberate-intention on the part of a strong Republican faction not to support a ticket dictated by Mr. Patterson, and although he did not in all cases dictate the nominations, yet the people were made to believe that such was the case, taking a prominent part as he did in the convention, and voted accordingly. That there is a good Republican majority in the couuty no one seems to deny, and personal con siderations being equal, it should naturally follow that Republicans would be elected. The vote on coun...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 7 November 1885

- n i STEVET8 & BAKE, Editors akd Pnors SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7th, 1866. Fourteen Months for On Dollar and Fifty Cent. 1HE Ieibukk -will be sent to all new subscribers from now until Jaxuauy 1st 1887 for one dollar and fifty cents. Secure the leading local paper of Lincoln county lor a trial trip of fourteen, months at the regular price for one year. C. F. Iddlns Lumber and CoaL , E- C. Ilolbook, dentist, Thcelecke's UiOCK. Yesterday was a howler. mx. otten is building a fine large, house on his property, the north half of the old barracks block. It will be a fine residence when finished. A progressive euchre club has been organized in the city, the first party to be given one week from next Friday even ing, thus alternating with the hops given by the Apollo Club. A. ngnt of some kind took place at! Nichols on election day, in which Pat Maui ob had his head pretty badly cut Our reporter could not get hold of the cause er the particulars. Everything was orderly in North Platte on el...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 7 November 1885

L A. STEVENS, ESTATE AGENT.- NORTH PLATTE. Lincoln County, Nebraska. REAL NOTAKY PUBLIC. Having a certificate on file in the Pen sion Oflice at Washington, pension papers filled out without charge. Busi ness before the U. S. Land Oflice at tended to, Below is a partial list of lands I have for sale. Alxut 40,000 acres of gnzinp land in ranges 23 29 and SO, in Lincoln county. The lnnds run from Sift) to Sl.OOiiorncre, nccordinpto qual ity and quantity purchased. As an investment tliev nro bound to prove profitable. Lonjr time on deferred imyments. No. 5. Ten sections of ncricultural land in Towns 10 and 11, ltanpe 35, Keith county, at $3.r0 to 4.00 ier acre. This is rolling tableland suitable for agricultural purposes. No. . One fcectibn of choice bottom land 8 miles from North Platte, at $7-00 per acre, part on Ions time. A portion of this is hay land. so. 7. A choice section of table land, 8 miles from tliis city, smooth and every foot suitable for cul tivation, a bargain at $5.(X)...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 9 January 1886

J- u . THE TRIBUNE. STEVENS & BABE, Prop's. TERMS: One Year, in Advance, - - - . $1.50. Six Months, in Advance, '- ,- - .75. Three Months, in Advance, - - .50. Advertising Rates on Application. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Took Effect Nov. 16,1685. GOING WEST: Central TlilE. Trains. No 1 Tf,V; W " t.'V.", w "J ." " No. 3, Demer Express Sio. 17, Colorado Fast Ft.. Ho. 19, Cal. & Ore. Fst Ft.. No. 21, ThronRh Freight.. No. 23, Way Freight, Arrive. "8:50 a." in! 10:05 p. m. 4:20 p. ra. "Oft p. m. 7:15 p. m. 3:15 a. m. GOING EAST: Trains. Arrive. rz.p. m. Depart WdOaVm. 10:15 p.m. 3:40 p.m. S).O0 p.m. 9:10 p.m. 11:00 a.m. Depart 7:15 p.m. 7:15 a.m. 5:15 p.m. 755 p.m. 450 p.m. 220 p.m. No. 2, Atlantic Ex iio., i.meago.tx 1 1 zlij a. m. no. 10, i.oioraao rrnst j? t.. . 4i&u p. m. o. : UU, i;aL & Ore. Fst Ft.. C:40 p. m No. 22, Freight 430 a. m mi. a, .creiguc lzrzup. m. Trains 1, 6. 17, 19, 2, 4, 13 and 20 leave daily Trains 23, 22 and 21 leave daily except Sunday. Train 21 leaves...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 9 January 1886

STEVENS & BARE, Editors axd Pitors. SATURDAY, JANUARY 9th. 1886. i ' Loga2T county now lias a news paper and her people are still happier -ihan ever, Mr. 1). 0. Kelly having launched the Pioneer into the journalistic sea last week. lair. K. is a newspaper man of some exper- . ience and the ikibuxe wisnes tne -new paper prosperity ana life. long Is 1 he administration of justice ' there are ways that are peculiar. . At tin present session of the U. S. court n Omaha TJ. D. Shaffer, a lad eihtem years old, was given three months' imprisonment and Snc-d fifty dollars for passing three coun terfeit silver dollars. Howard S. Lovejoy, the defaulting and abscond ing receiver of the Niobrara land office who got away with about $12,000, was sentenced to impris onment until July 13th next and fined 812,304.38. The problem is this. If three dollars are worth three months, how many months re $12,000 worth? Democratic papers have been ac cused of grjming "our grand old man" for tnef'Senate bu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 9 January 1886

.- -41 STEVENS & BARE, Editors ajtoPbope. -reach of medical aid. affords very great relief, SATURDAY, JANUARY 9th, 1888, The Red Fkont Tea Store. C. F. IddinKS Lumber and CoaL - E. C. Holbook, dentist, Thcelecke's block. Dr. Clark started "Wednesday morning for Hot Springs, Arkansas, intending to be gone a month or more. , He will make a visit to his old home in Illinois during his absence. Good eating and cooking apples at Langford's. In our business notices last week a number of firms were omitted for the reason they were forgotten until too late, and as the subject is rather stale at this late day in the month, its further consid eration is dropped. Groceries, nice and fresh, at Jack son's. The Methodist, Lutheran, and Presbyterian, Churches are observing the week of prayer in union services, which are being held two consecutive evenings in each church. The attendance is large and the interest deep. The Red Front Tea Store. - i'fha county roads are' how in fine con dition and...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 9 January 1886

The Hinman House, North Platte, Nebraska. FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY PARTICULAR. .EG. ST. JOHN, Proprietor. ALBIN STOLLE'S Real Estate AND Collection Office, NOETH PLATTE, - HEBEASKA. Loans Negotiated, Collections Made and Promptly Remitted. pWerMt attorney Executed, abstracts op title FURNISHED, AND EVERYTHING PERTAINING TO A GENERAL REAL ESTATE BUSINESS. LIVERY, FEED AND iTiBLl, Horses Bom; ii M Sold on Com- I I mm m And Teams to Let on Short Notice And al Reasonable States. Dickinson & Wilkinson PROPRIETORS. Locust Street, Between Fifth and Sixth, NORTH PLATTE, - NEBRASKA. 500,000 READERS ! THE WEEKLY INTER OCEAN closed its first year with 10,000 subscrib ers. It closes its fourteen year with I 1 0,000. The paper has-grown 6tea3ily and rapidly in pop ular favor until it has a reading constituency or 500,000, Because it lias been for fourteen years THE BEST NEWSPAPER, THE BEST KEPUBLICAN PAPER, THE BEST FAMILY PAPER, THE BEST SOLDIER'S PAPER, THE BEST FARMER'S PAPER In tho United St...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 12 January 1886

- J At TRIBUTE. Stevens & bare, Prop's. TERMS: One Year, in Advance, .... $1.50. Six Months, in Advance, - - - .75. Three Months, in Advance, - - .50. Adverlking Bates on" Application. w I , RAILROAD iTIME TABLE. Took Effect Nov. 16. 1B85. GOING WEST: . . rcrrnAL Time. Train. Arrive. I)einrt 750 p. m.j 7:15 p. m. 3:15 n. m. ,.:I0a.m, 10:15 p.m. 3:40 p.m. '.'AO p.m. 9:10 p.ro, 11:90 n.ra. No. 1, Pacific Eriirroa!!!! &an "i'm".; No. J. Dearer Express.... lOifi p. m.i jiu. n, wmiwiu ranrt. J op. rn.i tyj. nr. ui. t ure. et tx.. No. Z, Throafh Freight.. No. 23, Way Freight. j GOING EAST: Trains j Arrive. I Depart No. 2. Atlantic Ex 755 pVm.!" 7:l?"iCnY. No. t. Chicago Ex 7:31 a. m.' 7:13 a.m. No-13, Colorado Fast Ft,.. 4:30 p. m. ; 3:15 p.m. fio.3. (kLAOro-FstFt ' 6:10 p. ra.l iiMp.m. No. 22. Freibt 4:30 a. m. 40 p.m. ho. 21, Freight . . WSx. m.' 20 p.m. Train 1. fi. 11. 13. 2, 4. 13 and 'M leave daily. Tram? 23. 22 and!l lave. daily except Sunday. Train 21 leaves daily except M...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 12 January 1886

f n . ' at I 1 rSTE57ENS &3ARE, Editoks and Props. SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1886. Senator Mandersox will please saccept thanks for a copy of the Con cessional Record for 1886, prepared by Ben: Perley Poore. It is highly valuable for reference. The chairman, C. E. Yost, Esq., has issued a call for a meeting of the Republican State Central Com mittee at the Millard Hotel, Omaha, on Tuesday, June 29th, at 7.30 p. m. This is the first step in opening - the fall campaign. Vax Wtck is preparing to make his annual pilgrimage among the fairs, making agricultural addresses. W will bet our old hat against a 3ast year's bird's nest that he wont say a word about fanning. J. W. Ridgeway, formerly a well known resident of Lincoln county, is a candidate for representative from Frontier county. Mr. R. would make a good representative for Frontier county, if sound politi cally. Ox the basis of persons returned by the assessors for personal prop erty assessments, Hastings claims a population of over 10...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 12 January 1886

STEVENS BABE,Editohs a-d Props. SATDBDA.7, JUNE, 12 1886. Dentistry. Dr. Winer's dental rooms over Keliher's bafiirwe rtore. UrWck kas commenced work on his brick ti mm. Pront street. the Marin!- critics complain that opera Jbswn piano is oat of tune. WerkateB commenced laying the foaadattaa ef the Grady block Thursday. "Cyidr t' day" at the 31. E. church to-somnr. Sermon to the children in the moraiag jr tke pastor, and concert in the ereaiag by tke school. a -t . a. pwMKn wito has traveled quite exte&Mvely tkrough the country west of us lately, says that crops everywhere are lookiag alee, but the finest are in the west part of Tlacnln county. The picked nine didn't get away with tke Kftaa they confidently expected to MilMlJpsfte Svnday last, the score PWtted niae 14, Kids 17, Kids havigg ae taning to play. As we re mark eil Ac toys arc as lively as kittens. "W mmm before referred to the fact tkat thc paaplc of Gothenburg should feel proud of tkair local papertthe Independent i...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 12 January 1886

i : I W. SO'NWAY. CONWAY H. S KEITH. & KEITH bEALERS IN GENERAL HARDWARE. v9SHxSEa,SwiS9fllBMkl tS"&5r HEATING STOVES, -And all Articles Usually Found in a First-Class Hardware Store A LARGE AND WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF FURNITURE, At Low Prices. EAST SIXTH STREET, NORTH PLATTE, NEB. The W. G. T. U. ab Rockfortl have boycotted the Leonard Ice Company, because Mr. Leonard signed the application of a woman who keeps a restaurant, that she be grants a liquor license. The 100 marriage fee which the rresiaenc gave the liev. Dr. Sunder land was a brand new greenback tresli trom the treasurv. Dr Sunderland will have it framed, but ne win not put it on exhibition. He will, however, permit all couples who come to him to be m,-uried to have a peen at it The sisrht will be apt to excite the liberty of future oriuegrooms. and so the worthy Doctor may not Ik the worse off for refraining from putting his hundred dollars into circulation. THE PATTEESON WAGON SHOP Has always on hand new and se...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Tribune
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