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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 25 April 1894

V f LA i y- C. L. WILLIAMS, OF ALL li And the Leading Daily Papers. FRUITS M Worth Iflxtte CELEBRATED HOME-MADE 6ANDIES. VOL. X. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY APRIL 25, 1894. NO. 16. BOSTON STORE. Grand Special Bargain Sale For Friday and Saturday only. Everybody attend this sale for $1 will buy 3 worth of merchandise on these two days. Our prices speak for themselves. Hosiery Dept. Ladies' extra fine cotton boso, goods that are worth 50 cts., our special prico 35 cents, or three pair for 8L00. Ladies' superfine hose, silk finish, reg ular price 1, our special price 50 cents a pair. On Saturday evening from 7 to 9 o'clock, all our ladies' 25-cent black hose at 2 pair for 25 cents; not more than four pairs to each customer. Shoe Dept. Ladies' fine Oxford Ties, regular price 5$2.50, at this special sale for 81.75 a pair. Our Ladies' sale for $L25. 82 Oxford Ties at this Extra fine kid Bluchers, hand made, for ladies, regular price 85, at this sale for 82.75 a pair. Children's Oxfo...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 25 April 1894

IRA Ii. BARE,Editok ash Pbopbietob SUBSCRIPTION BATES. IF PAID IN -ADVANCE, - - -1.00 VZH ANNUM IF7C0T PAID IN ADVJJtCE, - $1.50 M AKKTJX Entered at theKortliPlatto (Nebraska) postoffice as ' second-class matter- "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1894. W. R. Akers, of Scott's Bluffs county, is prominently mentioned as a candidate for state senator on the republican ticket. Ose faction of the Nebraska pop ulist party is pushing ex-justice Maxwell forward as a candidate for governor. The republican party placed the ex-justice on the retired list by reasoir of his advanced age, and there he should be allowed to remain. The strike instituted by the coal miners in the Pennsylvania and Ohio bituminous regions is one of great magnitude, as it involves nearly 125,000 men. This is,however,only a starter, and if the result is as pre dicted by the union, between two and three hundred thousands men will be out by the first of May. The name of H. M. Grimes i3 being frequently mentioned as a probable candida...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 25 April 1894

If . A. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1S94. Hey wood sleepers at James Helton's. H. Otten and family moved out to , the farm yesterday. Are you going to the Engineer's May Part on Tuesday evening next? It Bet, why not? The rite of baptism was administered ; to twelve persons at tbe Episcopal church - Sunday evening. Charley Black has been making acme material improvements to his resi lience on east Third street John McCullough, of Maxwell, was in town on business Monday and gave The Tribune n brief call. James Belton has the largest stock of organs ever brought to tho city. Prices re low enough to suit anyone. Mrs. Willard Hanson has fallen heir to considerable property in Sweden by tbe recent death of her father. P. E. Sullivan, the well known Wal laceitc, writes Tiie Tribcxe tliat he has concluded to move t Canndn. A sister of Henry Waltcinath arrived .from Germany Sunday night and will make her home iu North Platto That min was worth a million or so to tho poop! of Lincoln county. Let the...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 25 April 1894

J. F. HINMAN DEALER IN Farm : Implements, WAGONS, BUGGIES, Windmills, Harness, Etc. Warehouse on West Front Street. IT. J. BROEKER, Merchant Tailor, TXT 3D .JES LARGE STOCK OF PIECE GOODS, embracing all the new designs, kept on hand and made to order. PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. PRICES LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE Spruce Street, between Fifth and Sixth. LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION'- Land Office at North Platte. Neb. I April 10th. 1694. f Notice is hereby siren that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in 6upport of hie claim, and that said proof -will be made before Register and Kecciver nt 'North Platte. Neb., on May 17th, 1894. -viz: Henry A. Piehl who mado H. E. No. 13,339, for the wast half southeast quarter and cast half southwest qaartor of section 30. township 12. range 29 wes. He names the fol lowing witnesses to provo hut continuous residence upon and cnlti vation of said land, viz: Cyrus Edwards. Sherman C Marks, Joseph. Johnson...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 29 August 1894

r V" , ,- V i 7 J VOL. M. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 29, 1894. NO. 34. s OF TUTS- BOSTON STORE Is now in the east buying a fall and winter stock of goods. He left instructions to sell off the entire stock at sacrifice prices, in order to have plenty room for the new stock. North Platte National Bank, NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. 3?aid up Capital. 7 5,000. WW BIKGE, H. SCHTJ1T A. F.STSE1TZ, DIRECTOBS: A. D. BUCKWOBTH. M. C. LINDSAY, H. OTTEN, D. W. BAKEB. M, OBEBST, All business m trusted to us handled promptly, carefully, and at lowest rates. I The Almighty Dollar. Don't pay other people's debts. DAYIS t ! Still Selling Ml'tiW Is the ONLY Hardware Man in North Platte that NO ONE OWES. You will always find my price right. Yours for Business, A. L. DAYIS. DEALER IN- Stows UlUj HUM 141V) ajlvivuj Sporting Goods, Etc. O. F. rDDnSTGS, LUMBER, 4.- . j COAL, and B Order by telephone from. Newton's Book Store. YSSESI SAMPLE ROOM IN NORTH PLATTE ' - Having Tefitted our rooms in tli...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 29 August 1894

THE TRIBUNE. NORTH PLATTE, - NEBRASKA. It was no less a distinguished judge of men than the late General Grant who said that Viceroy Li Hung Gbang of China was the greatest man he ever met. The men who fail and go down in oblivion belong to the class who .iiever advertise, advertise occasion- , ally or ' only as they think their " 4 n n rl A ' w t tt 1. ?t.r) v 4- 11 AUC II 111 ItUllUUl- The people in novels see such strange things. .Here is the hero of .'popular novel now in publication who as his eye caught the glance of the heroine "saw her face freeze suddenly," and it was not winter either. Possibly the phrase was em ployed as an euphemism for cold cheek. Probably the most hideous images in existence are the Chinese gods of war, who are invoked when a battle Is imminent Then countless chick ens and ducks and pigeons and fishes and cakes and baskets of rice are brought to the sacred temples as of ferings to the gods and to be eaten by the lucky priests. Leka Mehtiien-tiial of Ch...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 29 August 1894

ATI 5n t l IT. jttERE'S DEBS AGAIN. DOES NOT FAVOR COMPUL SORY ARBITRATION. le Says that It Weald Not Preye Satis f artery Tk. AericM Railway Union President ReaUd by the Arbitratloa Mtfttea Frwtdeat Gompers at the American Federation of tabor Gives the was his the Before the State Commission. CmicAeo, Aug. 2?.-4President Debs or the American Bailway Union was recalled to-day by tho strike commis sion. He stated that he did not faTor compulsory arbitration in settlement of labor troubles. He did not believe that such a method would prove uni versally satisfactory. Asked if he knew of any dissatisfaction among- the Rock Island employes previous to the strike, he said that there had been trouble among- the telegraphers of "the road and there was much dissatis faction. The statement that there were not more than 200 American Railway Union men on the Hock Is land was absurd. The fact that the road was completely tied up effectual ly disproves such a storv. Samuel Gompers, president of A...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 29 August 1894

IRA Ii. BARE, Editor and Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATES. iv PAID IK ADVANCE. - $1.00 FEB ANNUM IF MOT PAID IK- ADVAXCK, $1.50 FEB ANNUM Entered at the NorthPlntte (Nebraska) postofflce as second-class matter. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1894. REPUBLICAN TICKET- STATE. For Governor THOMAS J. MAJORS, of Nemaha. For Lieutenant-Governor R. E. MOORE, of Lancaster. For Secretary of State -J. A. PIPER, of Harlan. For Auditor of Public Accounts "EUGENE MOORE, of Madison. For Treasurer J. S. BARTLEY, of Holt. ; For Commissioner i . "H. C. RUSSELL, of Colfax.' For 'Attorney-General A. S. CHURCHILL, of Douglas. For Supt. of Public Instruction H. R. CORBETT, of York. CONGRESSIONAL. For Congress, 6th District M. A. DAUGHERTY, of Keith. LEGISLATIVE. For Senator, 30th District- W. R.AKERS, of Scotte Bluff. For Representative, 54th District R. D. HARRIS, of Keith. COUNTY. For Coroner A. E. HUNTINGTON. For Commissioner, 1st District R. D. THOMSON. : Ten populists Kimball county in convention assembled, pas...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 29 August 1894

Exclusively to the OverTwenty-One Million People itoWorid'5 Fair Ground p-. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1894. - v utv Leading p.r.5 ccffsc or ths World, JOHN HERROD Sells tlie above Coffee together with a complete line of mm m FuC T BIB in Prices Always Reasonable. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE Paid For Country Produce. Advertisements under this head will be charged 1 cent per word each insertion, but nothing accopted for less than lOcts . Henry Schuff is prepared to serve ice cream at all hours, or till orders for families or parties. riHOICE FAMlLV GROCERIES J at the original North Side Grocery .Store. Also Feed of all Kinds atid Fresh Country Pnxltnte. Give the a crtih V. VON GOETZ Mald Wife or Widov need never fear to make that contem plated trip east if she will trust Id the Chicago .Union Paclltc it North western Linei Quickest time. Fewest changes, union depots. For full information call on or address N. B. Olds, Agent U. P. System. The fitted, man. For Sale or Kent. Hawley House, rebuilt a...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 29 August 1894

-i I! v4 - 'IPttS: STATE NEWS. A third daily paper has been start ed at York. Apples are selling in' Nebraska City xt 40 cents a bushel. "VVilber has a new postoffice build Ing 21x47 feet in size. ' '' The enrollment at the Grand Island soldiers' home is 150. Freddie Wendt, a 9-year-old South Omaha boy, was drowned in the Mis souri last week while bathing-. Howard Richardson, of Dodge -county, was bitten by a rattlesnake .and was for a time a severe sufferer. An epidemic of pavement stealing lias broken out in Omaha, cedar blocks being carried off by the wagon load. The democratic float representa tive convention for the Gage-Saline dis trict will be held in Crete, Septem ber 11. A petition is being circulated in Pierce county for the purchase of a poor i farm, and is being extensively signed. The Bussian thistle is beginning to make its appearance in Dodge county, more especially along the lines of the .railroads. Marvin Herbert of Gordon dropped ins pocketbook while crossing the s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 29 August 1894

A DETROITBUUDER. PORTRAIT OF A LADY J f1; ! SCIENTIFIC MASTERS. Tin , herself in a heavy armchair a few ftot I ' TELLS STORY A OF REMARKABLE HIS LIFE. CAME TO DETKOIT ABOUT FORTY YEA US AGO. Levi Elsej's Experience Worthy Serious Attention. From the Detroit Evcnlnz New Away out Gratiot Avenue, far from the dm and Uirmoil of the business cen- u l, uicre are man- attractive homes. Ihe interseetin? streets are wide, clean and shaded by large leaf-covered trees, and the people you meet are typical of industry, economy and honest toil. I here are many pretty residences, but none more inviting- in its neatness and home-like comfort than that of Mr. Lex-i Elsey, the well-known builder and contractor, at 74 Moran street just off GratioL 3Ir. Elbey is an old resi dent of Detroit, having moved here about forty years ago. He has erected hundreds of houses in different parts of the city, and points with pride 10 such ..o .uceu uerrv K Alc.Uullau znu Campaw block's in'which he dis p.ayed his abi...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 29 August 1894

U. P. TIME TABLE. GOING ZABT. Net-Atlantic Expree Deptl2d3 a. m. n, i Fast Mail...... 8 25 a. X. No. 2Limited " J5a. K. No. '28 Freight 4, -5 a. X. No.l8-Freiht ' M p. X. No. 22 Freight " 4:00 a, X. QOING WEST XOTOTAISOTtt. No. 7 Pacific Express Dept 4:40A. X No! 1-Li.iited..: J. MW5 P. X No.21-Fright ' 350- No. 23Freight A. M N. B. OLDS. Agent. pRIMES & WILCOX, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, isORTH PLATTE, ... NEBRASKA. Office over North Platte National Bank. H. CHURCH, LAWYER, JvOBTH PLATTE, ... NEBRASKA. Office: Hinman Block, Spruce Street. R. N. F. DONALDSON, Assistant Surgeon Union Pacific Railway and Member of Pension Board, NORTH PLATTE, ... NEBRASKA. Office over Streitz's Drag Store. pL EVES, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, NORTH PLATTE, - NEBRASKA Office: Neville's Block. Diseases of Women and Children a Specialty. HUM I mm BUILDERS OF IGATK CANALS Ditches and Laterals. NORTH PLATTE, NEB LEGAL NOTICES. IN THE CODNTY COURT OF LINCOLN COUN TY, NEBRASKA. NOTICE. To Peter B. Wykoff, John ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 24 October 1894

,'C ' " ' ' is r-l-.-r'v 9 (fBntfltttt. - 'V. 4L Hi.' VOL. X. NORTH PLATTE. NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 24, 1894. NO. 42. Dill' (llflll ok Sale! IS STILL IN PROGEESS, And we are meeting' it with great success and impossible to let up. Our store is still crowded and invoices of goods are on the road. In order to make room we will continue our slaughtering prices. Shoes. Shoes. Shoes. A Column of Local News- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rice have returned from a brief visit with friends in Denver. Harry Lang-don. employed in a drug- store at Denver, has been visiting his parents in this city for a week past. Mr. Fodrea. state examiner of county treasurers, was in town Monday checking1 up Treasurer Buchanan's books. That boy baby at the home of W. J. Koche is just a week old to day, and Mr. Roche has recovered I his normal condition. For this week with every pair of Shoes bought in our ! , -T,;e irvest i,o,c social given , .n i L tv.....-.. : 'v the ladies of the Lutheran church store we will gi...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 24 October 1894

THE TRIBUNE. NORTH PLATTE, - NEBRASKA. We .-upjKe that preen poods sharpi -.vill continue to ply their trade as Jonp as they can find people who are preen enouph to buy tneir goods. A Sax Kkancisco attorney has thrashed a witness who had insulted him. If the rule ean he made to work both ways there can le no objection to its adoption. Captain Hi v;atks suce -ss in liv imr ix years in Xew York undetected is. another reminder that hunted men are often be.-t able to conceal them selves in a crowd. A' ti:siN; to late reports I.i Hunp Chang ha lot all of his feather.-, his nnder-jack'its. yellow and otherwi.-e. and hz job at the ame time It's a hard year on incumbents. Tin: hipnnMit of a large coiiMgn ine.nl of corn from Alabama to Chica go i oni"tliinp of a novelty in the movement of grain, lint it isn't .-ending coal- to Newcastle this vear. FOE BOYS AND GIBLS. USEFLX IXFOHMATIOX THE YOCXG. FOIl THE SnKsrntlan and Rule for the Hoy Who Would Like to be nn Archer A Wonderful Fowl A Brave...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 24 October 1894

The Totato. j Mach of the so-called cognac -which is imjiorted into England from France is I the product of the potato. Throughout Germany the game uses are common. In Poland the manufacture of spirits from the potato is a most extensive trade. "Stettin brandy," -well known it, commerce, is largely imported into England, and is sent from thence to many ot her foreign possessions as the product of the grape, and is placed on 1 many a table of England as the same, while fair ladies perfume themselves j with the spirit of potato, under the designation can dc Coloyne. But there are other uses which this esculent is turned to abroad. After extracting the iarina the pulp is manufactured into or- : zmuieiital articles, such as picture frames. biiiitl-boxes and several descriptions of i toys, and the water that runs from it in the process of manufacture is a most l valuable scourer. For perfectly cleans- 1 ir.g woolens and such like articles it is u the housewife's panacea, and if the ! was...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 24 October 1894

GOODS ON THE, INSTALLMENT PLAN. An easy way to secure CJIEXILLE CURTAINS, TABLE COVERS, SMYRNA AND FUR RUGS, LACE CURTAINS, CARPET SWEEPERS, STLVERWARE, CLOCKS, ETC. I am the North Platte agent tor the above goods and am ready to take orders at any time. The goods are first-class, the prices reasonable and the payments easy. It will pay you to see me before you make purchases. G . P. IDDINGS, LUMBER 3SR COAL Order by telephone from Newton's Book Store. LOCAL NOTICES. NOTICE mi: H'itl.ICATION. Ijinii Okkii-k at Xiiiitii l'unK. Nfi:., ) SflfIIllT Jil. I'M. 1 NUce i- hereli sivt-ii tint! tin- followin-nami'd settler Im- tiled initio' of hi intention to make JiMl In-f in -Uiirl .if claini. and that r-;iil thMMif will lfi.ri. flu Htitr mill l!e- 1th. 1MM. viz: Joseph I:-yer. who made ll.ime Mm4 KHtry No. l".2y. for the Miutli half north west jOHrtiT lot '.I iiil I. -s-tion .", town-hip v. TM-31 -1. He nniuc-the fulliiuitii? nitne -e-t Hfe n- (Qt:niiiu-J re-idence uikmi ami owtlivwttoM f....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 7 November 1894

1TAT f - . - - i f' 1 1 .VUli. A. i mum PLATTE, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1894. NO. 44. COLD WEATHER BARGAINS, The cold snahas finally set in. Everybody is booking for warm wearing.appareid the BOSTON STORE will mafiSa deep .cut 'on prices that .wiirgife everybody a chance to buy good 'goods at hard x - . . Si f GOODS, IDEJlS 5opieces;Outingf Flannel;;:worth i2Ar8entipef yard, h io pieces alloolH6 inches wide serge, iijllrailors, fotmm. .oo to $i.2s, for this sale 62: cents peTyard. . - . "7 r , "wiviui, 114 a.ii vujuiB, icgurar ynce 50 cents per vara, for this sale 29 ceats per pard. IJ " - :' ' . ". 10 pieces 36-inch Ladies Cloth, former price 50 cents, for this, sale 38 cente per yard. . . ' 5 pieces 46-inch Ladies Cloth, former price 75 cents, for this sale 52 cents per yard. . " " Red Flannel in all wool, from 22A cents ner vard and un. fif 50 Ladies' Shawls in all wool double or single, from 2.00 up. - HOODS AND FACINATORS. f We can give you an elegant Facinator for 50 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 7 November 1894

mm iii it I iii'iiitiii'i i ill iwm i'p iii i i V Kel 1 -. 13 3 HI sat w J NORTH PLATTE, - NEBRASKA. T the Xepafcikaa 1 1 . the Becri Caiiliate fr Gaieratr ,u Several aspirins- patriots have been brought to a realizing sense of the su periority of walrus meat to nothing. Hox. John L. Sullivan's announce ment that he has sworn off will not cause any serious demoralization of the whisky market. Pklncess Poxiatowski, nee Sperrj of San Francisco, has landed her titled husband, even though the titled hus band be not landed. President HiPPOLVTE'jj talk on the plotters against his government sounds as though he might have at one time been a heavyweight pugilist. Pklvce Fuaxcois Marie ie Bour bon, the son of forty kings, has his eyes on the throne of France, with slim prospects for the rest of his an-atomv. r r It has been found that whisky can be made from beets. It was known long ago that beats can be made from whisky, and there has ever since been an overproduction. The farm on which Joh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 7 November 1894

i ; It Record: "A MeslUt troke," aaid on Philadel- eminent physicians veater- sta subject does sot suc the attack till some hours rs. The only explanation 1 science can give is that a Consists in a disinterration - Meed COrDUScles. and ronsider- f"wiPfCIapses before the disinte F""aa,Wed reaches the little nerve :r ;''?y"-isi," the brain which acts as a t-,fwaer.'en the heat system of the fj- 'P -Tfce flow of the blood finally NU)bii the heat center, and the heat S? riat, raising the temperature of . . mj 10 a ieariui neigrn' "iiuiu S aakmtes.' As an instance of rations. th doctor citea tue of the British army in India, where the rreat majority of sunstrokes ,aka ejfect between 7 and 9 in the IMff. r "4' The "Whlchnesa of It. rSPkihidelpliia Inquirer: A Boston SiYewspaper which alvrays endeavors to -"jfowee clear apd simple language says that Tiatre Moves in a series of rythms .aitd passes through alternate epochs of feaaiaaaceand subsidence" "We were positive last summer that somet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 7 November 1894

u AMr All THE 1UCTIII I IICIIT DI DU lii ii i in nr maim -.mum ri nn An easy way to secure t - CHENILLE CUKTAINS, TABLE C0VERI3, SMYRNA AND FUR RUGS, LACE CURTAINS, CARPET SWEEPERS, SILVERWARE, CLOCKS, ETC. I am the North Platte agent tor the above goods and am ready j:6 take orders at any time. The. goods are first-class.the prices reasonable and the paj'ments easy. It will pay you to see me before you make purchases. t ""-4' ."it - - ..'Vcas'ywT-i-., t T-,r'.. " LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. i Land Office at Nobth Piatte, Neb. September 221. 1691, Notice is hereby civen that the followimr-named settler bos filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof trill be made before the Begister and De ceiver at North Platte, Nebraska, on November 7th, 1894, Tiz: Joseph Beyer, who made Home stead Entry No. 15,297, for the south half north west quarter lots 3 and 4, section 5, township 9, range 31 west. He names the following witnesses...

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