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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 21 January 1888

lamaaaaaaWaalil l iiT Tr i B7 TT -OK ". : , ' ' - ----- ' 71 ' " " ' " THE TRIBUNE. : . : ntJIhv - . " - ' . . i aaaaaaaaaQHaBaV ' .av i - -1 9 . mstMm if MSHKSMi m oth matte, I - - aeM OB MBSe 6WMefla ... l f i l - .-, (SEVENS $ BABE, fttns's. TERMS: On Year, In Advance, - - - - - $1.50. Six Months, ia Advance, - - ? .75. Three Month, in Advance, - - .50. V AiVertiting Rata on Application. HINMAN & GRIMES, ATTOr.SET3-AT-LAW, NG11TK PLATTE, - NEBRASKA. Oiw i Hiasiaa's Block om Sprue? Street, oxer ' tkePostCtfice. JOHN I. NESBITT, Office ia Coart House, NORTH PLATTE, - - NEB. C. M. DUNCAN, M. D. Phyetolaxn anal Surgcn. , 0fea: Otf wastaM's oek. bp stairs. Of Ofioe NOTH PLATTE, Nonce to Sotie if hereby given that. I will exaartae ill wao mar desire to offer themselves as aadiaatea far teacher of the oobbob schools of this eoeaty the THIRD TUESDAY of every month. ft. H. LAMCFORD, CoCJtTV 8 PPT. R. E. HOLBROOK, f "UK VOL. IT. NORTH PLATTE. NEBRASKA, JANUARY 21, L888. NO. 1. ELECTION...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 21 January 1888

- STEVENS &BAKE, Editors and Props ....- SATUBDAY. JANUARY 2l6t, 1888. In reading the reports of death froni freezing in last week's storm, . some allowance must be made for e . t . the excited imagination of reporters. Tliotr qiv Tint: tr VtlaTTiP Vinwpvpr fnr lying frequently becomes endemic, and they cannot Tielp telling their stories, believing them to he true. Quite a number were no doubt frozen by the storm, hut most of the irr reports are like that from Holt county, where they claim fifteen deaths. Mb. Lamae was confirmed by the , Senate to be a justice of the U. S. supreme court,' Stewart of 'Nevada and Stanford of California being the only Republican senators who - voted in the affirmative, Riddle- burger the independent, also voting . for confirmation. Lamar made a good secretary of the interior, but we do not. believe he will make a v - good judge. The prime movers of . "the great rebellion should never oc- ' cupy a seat on the supreme bench. A petttiox is being circu...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 21 January 1888

f he Ititowe. STEVENS & BARE, Editobs and Prom SATURDAY, JANUAJBY 21st, 188a Boggs & Summer, of Curtis have dis ..olved partnership, the former gentleman retiring from the business. v -'-Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Marphy are happy orer the advent of a baby which came c. o. d. Tnesday aight. " - D. Q.Dwyer has" sold the National Hotel at Curtis to M. W. Gulland. We have not learned what Dick intends to do. The Wizards close their entertain ment at the opera house this even ing, the audiences this week being nearly as large as those of last. The Apollo dance, which has been delayed two weeks by reason of the occu paccy of the opera house by the "Wizards;' will take place next Tuesday evening. Lew Johnson's ministrels will amuse our theatre-going public at Lloyd's opera " "house next Monday evening. . They will undoubtedly have big audience. Attention is galled to the sale of im ported Clydesdale stallions and mares ad vertised on our fourth page to day. The sale occurs at Lincoln, Neb....

Publication Title: Lincoln County Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 21 January 1888

jl m aBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaSaaw HbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbBSw 4 SaaaVHHI CLINTON, WATCHES, SILVERWARE Fine Watch and Clock Repair ing a Specialty. Call and see me before purchasing elsewhere. McDonald's Block, Spruce Street. 1881. 1888. o W, W: BIRGE, m 'LUMBER, Lath, Shingles, POSTS, LIME, CEMENT, Building Paper, IN ANY DESIRED QUANTITY. ' ' ' 1 r s- : 0 CO c CD is! Klttln Street, Cor. J.ocut, QltQsite ltaptUt UlimvlV 0 North " Platte. Nebraska;. WALL PAPER, -;Paint and Oil Depot. At PEALE'S Odd Follows Block. Spruce Street, -Always in stock the most complete assortment of WALL PAPER, wall .suuT ceiling decorations, CORNERS, CENTERS, Binders and all latest noyeitieiu. papers, .livery shade of the best brands ot READr MIXED paints for liouses, barns, wagons aud buggies. White lead, oils, glass, putty, brushes, varnishes, kalsomine and eoniplete painters', supplies. 1 A.. FORT, Isiah Williamson of Philadelphia, the richest bachelor in the United States, has made $20,000,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 28 January 1888

if Mil ' 5 :3f'5i3'ii" .'.--.. " ii.MBMiMMBanaMBnsaewBjeMmBJSMMeM THE TRIBUNE. STEVENS & BARE, Prop's. TERMS: One Year, in Advance, ... - .1.50. SiX'lHontlis, in . Advance, - ' 1 - . ? iThree Montlis, in Advance, .00., Advertising Rates oa Applicatiou. HINMAN & GRIMES, Attokxeys-at-Law, NOKTH PLATTE, - NEBRASKA. flicein Hinman's Block on Spruce Street, over the Post Office. JOHN I. NESBITT, Attorney-at-IiawT Office- in Court House, NORTH PLATTE, - - NEBl C. M. DUNCAN, M. D. Physicfan and Surgeon. OmcK: Ottenfiteid's Block, op stairs. Office hotus from 9 to 12 a. m.t 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m Residence on West Sixth Street. . NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. Notice to Teachers. Notice is hereby given that I will examine all persons who may desire to offer themselves as candidates for teachers of the common schools of this connty on the THIRD TUESDAY of every month. R. H. LANCFORD, County Scpt. VOL. IV. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, JANUARY 28, 1888. NO. 2. R. E. HOLBROOK, I OFFICE POST OFFICE ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 28 January 1888

vs . . V ,v . -- '-'J' . t" W ! -net11;"' iifeajg-jg-i- 'i-. ',32-... ' . " ,-1SEL'SR,f: STEVENS & BARE,Eiitoks axd Props. SATURDAY. JANUARY 28th, 1888. There was not a very large at tendance at the meeting of the Republican County Central commit tee Saturday, and an adjournment was had until Saturday, February 4th, at Chairman Nesbitt's office in this city. At that time a larger at tendance is hoped for. The early meeting of the State Convention necessitates holding a county con vention to select delegates thereto. There are several other matters to receive attention also. The proposal to change time for the meeting of congress should be come, a law, after amending the bill, however, to make the short session commence after the holidays. Its a mere waste of time to convene just before Christmas, as a two week's recess immediately follows. If the bilf should pass, there is nothing to prevent the members who want to go to Washington to have a good time during the holiday festivit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 28 January 1888

f$ S1?1W4 . A series of revival meetings have FBOFLB AND BVBNT8. 'SCTgT" V. vli . tel'W QIOTPHW,. been in progress at the 31. E.churck this Isaac Dillon went east on Thursday's gSStmc. city j, i' IT r 1:1 ;1 1 -$ i l K.i - ! I - - STEVENS & BABE, Editors and Pbops SATURDAY, JANUARY 28th, 1886. J. F. Schmalzried, since the fire, is occupying the Ottenstein buildins on Sixth street. The Holteen building on Sprace street has been repaired and "will be occu pied by J. TV. Hinton as a saloon. The Redmond & Berry Company will bo at the opera house Tuesday evening, Dec. 7th. This ifone of Leavitt's organ izations, a guarantee that it is good. As a safegard against a panic in case of fire, a double-door exit has been made on the west side of the opera ..house building. This precautionary measure is to be commended. The pleasant weather this week has indeed been very enjoyable after so long a siege of Artie breezes. Signal Officer Fitzgerald deserves the thanks of the community. Afte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 28 January 1888

a i C. S. CLINTON, WATCHES, Clocks, SILVERWARE AND Fine Watch and Clock Repair ing a Specialty. 4- Call and see me before purchasing elsewhere. McDonald's Block, Spruce Street. 1881. 1888. BIRGE, m 5 i CO : "o o Q w. w LUMBER, 3 Lath, Shingles, POSTS, LIME, CEMENT, Building Paper, IN ANY DESIRED QUANTITY. 0 CO "n c Fifth Street, Cor. Locust, Opposite Baptist Church, 0 I jSTorth Platte, is ebraska. WALL PAPER faint and Oil Depot apEALE'S, Odd Fellows' Block, Spmce Street, Over 200 persons are estimated to have lost their lives in the great blizzard of last week in Minnesota and Dakota. Extending from the Rocky mountains in Montana east to Wisconsin and beyond, it was one of the severest storms recorded since the settlement of the country. The republican party is the American party. It is the party that has done most to preserve the best traditions and to establish the best policies of "the Fathers." It is the: party whose American prin ciples 'would receive the benediction and approv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 4 February 1888

THE. TRIBUNE. STEVENS & BARE; Prop's. t TERMS: . . One Year,t in Advance, ' - - . . $1.50. Six Months, in Advance, - - .75. Three Moaths, in Advance, - .50. Advertising -'Hates on Applicatioii. HINMAN & GRIMES, Attorxeys-at-Law, NORTH PLATTE, - NEBRASKA. ttice in Hinman'a Block on 'Spruce Street, oyer the Post Office. JOHN I. NESBITT, Office in Court House, NORTH PLATTE, - - NEB. C. M. DUNCAN, M. D Physician and Surgeon. Office: Ottensteid's Block, op stairs. Office nur aamvzo iza.ni., 2 to S jmd 7 to a p. ra Residence on West Sixth Street. Kim nl n wMxibum, -J A.D. Bcckwobth,j jAaJSoramuoD - President. Cashier Slate BahfNoi Platte it NORTH PLATTE, NEB. YOL. IV. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, FEBRUARY 4, 1888. NO. 3. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA Notice to Teachers. Notice is hereby given that I will examine all persons who may desire to offer themselTcs as candidates for teachers of the common schools of this county on the THIRD TUESDAY of every inouin. R. H. LANCFORD, County Scpt. R. E....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 4 February 1888

7Xf. -. lb Mm STEVENS & BARE, Editobs akd Props, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4tb, 1888. Hon. Geo. W. E. Dorsey will please accept thanks for a copy of c j- oi, i i i, : reply to the President's message. W. H. McCowax of Laird has been appointed deputy sheriff of Frontier county. It is fitting that one who was a candidate himself (.for nomination) and who is so well qualified, should he appointed deputy. Mb. Cleveland's march towards the Democratic presidental nomina tion received its first check in New York. It is likely he will meet with opposition in the northern states, but when the solid South waltzes up and deposits its yote for the man of destiny, the doughfaces will yield as they have always done. The Telegraph changed hands this week, John M. Dyer assuming control. Returning to its first love, the paper will hereafter be Demo cratic, the politics it advocated un der Mr. McNulty's leadership. Mr. Dyer, the new publisher, has the energy to make a good local paper, and The Tribune m...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 4 February 1888

4 l 1 IK" f1 ii - . i - '''aaMHBMMaBaaaMMaHaaaiiaBBBBaaiaWBBWaBaMaiaMBWaWaawaMiBiaWMa it li STEVENS & BARE, Editors akd Props SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4th, 1888. A '-bankrupt shoe store" has opened in the building next to Mrs. Gillett's boarding house. Reserved seats for the home minstrel ,skow are now on. sale at Thacker's. Get your seats before the best ones are sold. McEvoy and Haughey display con siderable ingenuity in their show window decorations this week. These gentlemen believe in showing goods to best advantage. A drunk and disorderly citizen was run in "Wednesday night and is now work ing out a fine and costs to the amount of $7.50 on the streets. According to the old sign in vogue in the states east of the Mississippi river, we are to have an early spring. If the ground abg saw his shadow on the second of Februray he does not live on these beauti ful prairies. For lack of interest the Harmony clab disbanded at its meeting Tuesday Teming and is now a defunct organiza" tion....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 4 February 1888

C. S. CLINTON, WATCHES, Olooks, . SILVERWAKE AND WEI Fine Watch and Clock Repair ing a Specialty. Call and see me before purchasing elsewhere. McDonald's Block, Spruce Street. 5 1881. 1888. as o O Q W. W. BIRGE, LUMBER, Lath, Shingles, POSTS, LIME, CEMENT, Building Paper, IN ANY DESIRED QUANTITY. m CO i CD to C CO Fifth Street, Cor. Locust, Opposite Baptist Church, North Platte, Nebraska. CD WALLPAPER, -Faint and Oil Depot. At 'S Odd Fellows' Block, Spruce Street. A Kentucky company has been organized at Dayton to build houses for working-men in tiro or three mining and manufacturing counties in that state. It expects to double its money. A Brooklyn man has bought a large amount of mining machinery in Chicago to put up smelting works at El Paso. Goal is ten dollars per ton, but good fuel will be mined on the spot at half that price. WILL T0U8OTTER with dyspepsia and liver complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer is guaranteed to care yon. For rale by A. P. Streitz. 8LEEPLESS SIGHTS made misera...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 11 February 1888

4 THE TRIBUTE. tlmifel president NORTH PLATTE. NEB. M 4r Atrwitf I A 1 ' : -S . It I I1LUL1I Oar IP., ft IU ULflLX. -. : : , ; , STEVENS & BARE, Prop's. TERMS: -' One Year, in Advance, - - - Six Months, in Advance, - - Three. Months, in Advance, : . '.50. r Advertising Rates on Application. .dNESBITT & GUBIES, .;: . Attorneys-at-Law, 7: WORTH PLATTE, - NEB1L Office oyeb Folet's Stoke. C. M. DUNCAN, M. D. Physipian and Surgeon. a Office: Ottensteid's Block, up stairs. Office hours from 9 to 12 n. m., 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m Residence On West Sixth Street. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. Not to Tfidififs. kT A " . . . .mm t notice is nereoy given, that J. will examine eu v - pereoRs wno may desire to otter themselves as , ' - . .awudatee for teachers of the common schools of . taw county on the THIRD TUESDAY of every " - ' month:-, ; v- ' - . R. H. LANCFORD, Cousty Soft. R. E. HOLBROOK, YOL. IT. NORTH PLATTE.NEBRigKA, FEBRUARY 11. L888. NO. 4. U. P. TIME TABLE. OOIXO WEST MOUNTAIN TI3I...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 11 February 1888

u .5 4 hi hi! W JrWUM fW nircumatances. as nf.Wwisfi The meeting of school officers at the WE&mt " - jHI H 4 STEVENS & BARE, Editors and Props. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 1 1th, 1888. Miss Shattuck died at Seward on Tuesday. Having lost both of her feet, it is better that death came to her relief. Nobmax Jackson has purchased - the Wallace Herald. The first is sue under the new management shows that Mr. J. is not a novice at the business, and that he will put out a good local paper. There is evident need of enforc ing the Chinese immigration law. Dennis Kearney says that 40,000 pigtails find their way into the' United States every year by way of Van Couver and Puget sound. Dennis is trying to open the eyes of congressmen. Lou Wessel, chairman of the Florida editorial excursion, says the "editors" are not flocking in with any great unanimity and he is in doubt about making up a car-load: This is a little strange. Nearly every paper in the state should be able to send a lawyer, a doct...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 11 February 1888

if r-' -4 is. It- f'" V ffe Mime. STEVENS & BABE, Editorb akd Props a: ATOBDAY, FEBRUARY 11th, 1888. E. A. Cary is at present filling a' po sitfca is Foley's store, as book-keeper. Engineer J. R. Bonner is building an addftkm to his house on the corner of Foactk and Walnut streets. Saidenburtr. the bakor who -Bens hnrn ed OVt. is DUttinz UD an oven on his nrnn- ty eaft of the brewery and will go into Lawyers have had a busv time this WMk. Those in need of their services Moud be careful and not overwork the pCOffMlOB. A facetious citizen remarked Tnes- MT tMt Uharley Brooks was acain run luf "steel" gang . The point in this is easily aiecoverea by those who have kBOWb the man for several years. If you have not yet selected the coftrae you intend to wear at the mask nu os xae evening ot ine aist, you should BotDt tke matter off anv lonirer. See L E. Vaa Do ran and tell him what vou want oeiore m senas in nis oraer. Judging from the number in the court tMt gathered to listen to the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 11 February 1888

D. S. CLINTON, WATCHES, Clocks, SILYERWAEE AND Pine Watch and Clock Repair . ing a Specialty. Call and see me before purchasing elsewhere. McDonald's Block, Spruce Street. 1881. 1888. W. W. BIRGE, m LUMBER, Lath, Shingles, o o Q POSTS, LIME, CEMENT, Building Paper, IN ANY DESIRED QUANTITY. Fifth Street, Cor. Locust, Opposite Baptist Church, (f) c North Platte. Nebraska. CD Q WALL PAPER JBelva Lockwood is in Washington and goes about the city riding a tri cycle. She is now eulqgizing the Mormons, saying they are frugal, honest, brave and moral. John L. Sullivan offers to wager $1,000 against nothing that he can knock out Jera Smith in six rounds with small gloves. If he fails to do so, Smitn wins the money; if Smith is defeated, he loses nothing:. Soro throat may be cnrod in n few hours by ap plying Chamberlain's Pain Balm when the first symptoms apjxsar. If the case ib a bad one, thoronghly 6aturato a flannel bandago with it nnd apply to the throat. Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy shoul...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 18 February 1888

i r 1 5a3? -.- i ----- ... , i . , ..... , ... 31' i tui I n 9 Erttatttfc , - ' . , 1 ' ' ' ' '-- ' , - ' ' i i i i ' ; fr. 1 . " 1 . t. - TRIBUNE. STEVENS.& BARE, Protfs. ;;- if'"-" TEEMS J., a J J.-1 ft. riir: v w ill a vu nim a '-Three Months, in Advance, - - .50. . -Advertising Bates on Application. NESBITT & GRIMES, Attorneys-at-Law, NORTH PLATTE, - NEBB. OmcE oteb Fount's Stoke. C. M. DUNCAN, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Onrat: Otteasteid's Block, up stairs. Office fcotn from i to 12 &. n., 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m Betadeaee on Wett Sixth Street. YOL. rv. NORTH PLATTE. NEBRASKA, FEBRUARY 18, 1888. U. P. TIME TABLE. GOING WEST MOUNTAIN TIKE. No. 1 Mail and Express Dept. 8:13 A. x. No. 3-Overland Flyer 'W)5:P.. Ko. 23-Freight, " 825 A.M. No. 27-Freight " 7i p. X- Stops only at Ogallala, JnlesbnrB and Sidney on Third District GOING EAST. No. 4 Overland Flyer Dept. 5U5 A. M. f No. 8-Local Express " 70 :A. x. No. 2 Mail and Express " 7:50. X. Stops only at Plum Creek, Kea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 18 February 1888

1 es 5v V- ' r-1 B m V- 1 5, - - - It. Wkt Mbmt STEVENS & BARE, Editoks and Props. SATUBDAY, FEBRUARY 18th, 1888. CALL FOR THE REPUBLICAN NA TIONAL CONVENTION. The National Bepublican conven tion is called to meet at Chicago on the 19th of June, 1888. Each state will be entitled to fonr delegates at large and for each representative at large two delegates, and each con gressional district, each territory and the District of Columbia two delegates. The delegates at large shall be chosen by state conventions and delegates from congressional districts by district conventions. An alternate delegate for each dele gate shall also be chosen. Under this apportionment Nebraska will be entitled to ten votes. MR. BLAINE'S LETTER. It is with feelings of genuine re gret that Mr. Blaine's ardent admir ers read his letter declining to allow his name to be presented to the Na tional Republican Convention for nomination to the presidency, and yet many of them believe it is the best course for th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 18 February 1888

j 1 ;- '"- ; I i i - - - .11 . . . - -, lb Mnue. STEVENS & BARE, Editors AXDPnors ."if - jr St- SATUEDAY, FEBRUARY 18th, 1888. Mr. Wherry's bond as post master was received during the week, signed by the necessary bondsmen good and true, and returned to the proper authority for approval. By reference to the list of transfers recorded elsewhere, it will be noticed that real estate was not so dull after all in Jan uary for a mid-winter season. This list does not include U. P. deeds made on contracts, or transfers in trades or bequests, the intention being to give only such as were made for a valuable consideration. Bro. Dyer of the Telegraph has had a "rocky" experience with printers during bis short career as a publisher. A few years will convince him that no reliance can be placed in a tramp printer. John ny, we extend our sympathy. At the council meeting next Monday night the proposition to extend the city limits will be considered, and a right live ly time is anticipated, as a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 18 February 1888

C. S. CLINTON, Jaaaaaaaafe. WATCHES, Clocks, SILVERWARE AND Fine Watch and Clock Repair ing a Specialty. Call and see me before purchasing elsewhere. McDonald's Block, Spruce Street. 1 88 1 . 1888. o 5 "D C OS i o : o ! Q WW. LUMBER, Lath, Shingles, POSTS, LIME, CEMENT, Building Paper, IN ANY DESIRED QUANTITY. J m i 3 SB CD c CO Fifth Street, Cor. Locuet, Opposite Baptist Church, 0 Rough on Saloon Men. We understand that the widow of George Heed, who was frozen to death a few weeks ago,, in conse quence of being to drunk too take care of himself, will prosecute the saloon keepers of Broken Bow, un der the Slocum law, to recover dam ages to a considerable amount. Such a prosecution, if successful, would doubtless be a great hardship to the saloon men who sold the whiskey to Reed, without any thought that any special harm com ing of it, yet no great amount of sympathy need to be wasted on them fr they gave bonds and took out licenses to sell intoxicants, with a .clear understanding th...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Tribune
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