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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 8 October 1890

; - v il TRIBUNE PRINTS j: - . mtibwit OFFICIAL PAPER OF OITT AND COUNTY. vol. yj. , NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1890. NO, 39. - Our Pall Stock ,2s now ready and on our tables. We are proud of it and if you see it you will say we have reason to be. We have made great exertions to get up a stocli of goods that would be worthy of the Model Cloth ing House that will not only accommo date our old customers, but provide for many new patrons. The greatest saving we can show you is oii Boys and Children's Clothing. We have the largest stock ever shown here and at prices never offered before. Our line of Men's Shirts and Winter Underwear is complete. You find them at rock bottom prices and the best of qualities. Don't foiget when in need of a good Boot and Shoe to call on us and get our prices. - When in need of a Hat or Cap re member us. MODEL CLOTHING HOUSE, ; M. EINSTEEN & CO. A. D. Buckwoeth, C. F. Iddings, - President. Vice Pres't. Saml. Goozee, .Asst. Cashier. J....

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. — 8 October 1890

BARE & MOUIiDEN, Eds. xm Props. SUBSCRIPTION" BATES. IT IV ADVAXCX, - 11.00 FEB ANITOM ll ADVAKC - ?1.50 FZX AS! vtd st the Korth Platte (Nebraska) postofflce as eecond-clara matter. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 8, 1890. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Gor.rnor.D RICHAKDS of Dodge. For Ifcrtn governor. rf For SemUry of Sgte. o wmow For AadiHog. H. BENTON. of Lancaster. hB"Tk HILL. of Gage. ForAttornegneral HAOTIXG8. of Saline. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, mot boi" GOUDY. of Webster. LEGISLATIVE. COUNTY TICKET. ForCtrMtorn W. J. McCanpless, the Repub lican nominee for representative is making a tour through the district and gaining scores of votes every dav. The opposition do not and cannot say anything detrimental to Mac The Tribune will oppose town ship organization vet it invites those favoring the matter to send in their views for publication. The ques tion is one that should be well studied, and the way to attain that end is to thoroughly discuss it through the newspapers. The ...

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. — 8 October 1890

i r" -v. i i- 7- BEACH I. HINMAN CANED. HE 18 VISITED BY A DELEGATION OF FIKE MEX AND THEIK LADIES. Wke Show Their Appreciation of Generosity in the Fast by Present ing ffim With a Cane. His I I" A PLEASANT OCCASION. "When the members of the Second ward hose team christened their organi zation the "B. I. Hinman Hose Com pany," they made a ten-strike in more trays than one. In doing so they honored a gentleman -who for the past twenty years has been closely identified with the social life and commercial progress of the city; a man who has always enjoyed the esteem and confidence of every acquaint ance. They also did an act whiclrbas redounded to their success financially, as Mr. Hinman has been very generous to the company in several past instances. Several weeks ago Mr. Hinman sug gested to tho hose company that they had better secure a banner to display on parade occasions and that the members select a suitable one and he would see that the bill was paid. The members felt highly gr...

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. — 8 October 1890

'Ottens Boot & Shoe Store We have added to ofar stock E.1I BREED'S LADIES' FINE SHOES. Also handle the REYNOLDS SHOES and Burt & Mears BROS. LADIES1 Men's Shoes. Shoes, ' We are exclusive agents for the Red School House Children's The Best Shoes Made for Boys and Girls. We have the largest stock of Boots and Shoes west of Omaha. A.11 goods warranted as represented. We keep no inferior, shoddy goods. If you want to buy good goods cheap call at Otten's Boot and' Shoe Store, North Platte, Nebraska. HERSHEY & CO., DEALERS IN AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, AND "rsLgons, Carriages, Bu.grgrles, ttOJJD CARTS, ETC. Agents for the Celebrated Goodhue and Challenge Wind Agents for Union Sewing; Machines. Locust Street, North Platte, - - Nebraska. Brick Liyeet Stable, Ktjuel Toy TTxT"- Besack, FIRST-CLASS RIGS FURNISHED on short notice and at reasonable rates. Horses hoarded by the week or month. Careful and competent employes. Stable opposite the Hawley House on east b itth street, NOETH ...

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. — 22 October 1890

- Tds VOLTI. NORTH PLATTE, KEBRASKA, ftEDiSDAY; OCTOBER' 1890, f -I Our v. ?" Fall Stock Isiibwfeady and on our tables. We are proiid of it and if you see it you mill say we have reason to be. We 'have made great exertiojis to get up a-'stoch of goods tlvat wouISlreWdTiy ofihe Model Cloth ing House that will not only accommo date our old customers, but provide for many new patrons. The greatest saving we can show you ' is on Boys' and Children's Clothing. We - liave the largest stock ever shown here, and at prices never offered before. Our line of Men's Shirts and Winter Underwear is complete. You find them at roch bottom prices and the best of qualities. ' - Don't forget when in need of a good Boot and Shoe to call on us and get our priees. When in need of a Hap or Cap re-member-us. MODEL CLOTHING HOUSE, M. EINSTEEN & 00. A. D. Buckwobth, C. F. Iddings, J- & Evans, President. Vice Pres't. - '. (fishier. Saml. Goozee, Asst. Cashier.. . - r- i U. - "... North Platte NatadrM?B...

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. — 22 October 1890

ike f wtaw. BABE & MOULDEN, Eds. and Props. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. IF HOT TA1D IK ADVJJf CE, - f1"50 tJlt Entered at the Korth PUtte (Nebraska) postofflce as WEDNESDAY, OCT. 22, 1890. KEFD BLICAN STATE TICKET. For GoTMHor MCHAKDa of jge. Forlieutet GoTern For Secretary oj 8gtetOfBedwill0w For Anditonflog H BEST0Nf of Lancaster. ForTreMUrE.HILI,oGago. FcrAttoraegne 08. of Saline. Fr CoBHiiKeioner of Public. Lands and Bldgs., t ,t ymiaQj!0 R HUMPHREY, of Cnster. Fcr Snperintendent of Public Instruction, cr Dupery QOUDY. of Webster. LEGISLATIVE. For Kepresentae. fourth Distnct. COUNTY TICKET. For County Attorney. W.T.WILCOX. For Coonty Commiseioner. SAMUEL FABMEH. Gjlntt, in charging the county fSOO for two days1 work, plainly shows his love for the dear tax payer. But then he is not living in, North Platte purely because the atmosphere agrees with him. Two noLiiARs out of every five collected for national revenue go to the soldiers and sailors of the late war, and for this reason the...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 22 October 1890

1 THE WEEKLY MOVEMENT. i - . TISITOKS TO THE "queen city of the FLADiS" KBCEIYE MENTION' Together With These ef Oar Citizens Who JoHrney late IMntant Lands nd ladalge Ib life's Sweets. A COMPLETE RECORD. Dr. Hingston returned Monday morn Irom a business trip to Salt Lake City. R. H. Langford -went east yesterday at noon on a prohibition lecturing tour. "W. C. Elder has been spending the pt few days in the south part of the county. - ' " W. T. Wilcox and J. E. Evans returned Sunday from a trip through the eastern part of the county. - George Adams, now living at Seattle, has bferi visiting old North Platte f rieads lor several days past. nenry esoi, nas conciuaea to rc rrrain in Grimes Jb Wilcox's office and finish his study of law. Mre.Wm. Blair -wrest to Prairie City. Iowa, yesterday; mornings to. join herhuf,-,!. uwou. xamy-mui lusiue were. '- - Mr. C. W. Embree, sad fam'y, of Cfeskm, Iowa,-arrird today om a'isii so mi diwqk mi. lieo. JEimbree. Thayer and Dorsey at the opera house...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 22 October 1890

ABTIOLES OF DfOOEPOBATIOH The Colorado - Nebraska Land and Canal Company. Kkow all Mex by These Presents: That we, Isaac Dillon and Thaddeas J. Foley, of Lincoln county, Nebraska; Joseph Standley and James F. Benedict, of Denver, Arapahoe county, Colorado; and Joel E. Davis and George H. West, of Greeley, Weld county, Colorado; have associated ourselves together, and by these pretests do organize a corporation tinder and by virtue of the laws of the 8tate of Nebraska, and do hereby de ctares FIRST. That the corporate name of said com pany Is and shall be ''The Colorado-Nebraska Land and Canal Company." SECOND. That the objects and purposes for which said company is formed are, to acquire and become the owner of the right to ap propriate and take from the North Yl at te river, in Lincoln county, Nebraska, suffi cient water to fill and supply the canals and ditches hereinafter mentioned and described, and to build, construct, operate and maintain irrigating ditches or canals and later...

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 October 1890

r, f. - .5 I THE TRIBUNE PRINTS I 'ALL THE NEWS. Sit Jwift OFFICIAL -PAPER-OF CITY AND COUNTY. VOL. YI. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 29 1890: err NO. 42s. Our Pall Stock Is now ready and on our tables. We are proud of it and if you see it you will say we have reason to be. We have made great exertions to get up a st'och of goods that would be worthy of the Model Cloth ing House that will not only accommo date our old customers, but provide for many new patrons. The greatest saving we can show you is on Boys' and Children's Clothing. We have the largest stoch ever shown here and at prices never offered before. Our line of Men's Shirts and Winter Underwear is complete. You find them at rocli bottom prices and the best of qualities. Don't foiget ivhen in need of a good Boot and Shoe to call on us and get our priees. When in need of a Sat or Cap re member us. MODEL CLOTHING HOUSE, M. EINSTEEN & CO. s A. D. Buckworth. C. F. Iddings, President. Vice Preset. Same,. Goozee,...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 29 October 1890

f ft f rikw. .4. BARE & MOUIJEN, Eds. and Props. V1 SUBSCRIPTION BATES. IT AX IX ADTAKCE, - - $1.00 m ANNUM ir jror rAis xx adtaxcx, tl.50 rxs Axxxnt Entered at.tne North Piatt (Nebraska) postoffice as second-claw matter. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 29, 1890. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Guiwboc. L. D. BICHAKD8, ot Dedge. -ForLiMtMMatGener. T.J. MAJOBB, ee Kaim.ni TH06. H. BENTON, of Lueaater. J. E. HILL, of Oaf. For Attocaw-OaMnl, GEORGE H. HASTINGS, of Saline. Far CoHjmissioner of Public Lands and Bldgs., GEO. B. HUMPHREY, of Cnster. For Saperintendent of Public Instruction, A. K. GOUDY. of Webster. LEGISLATIVE. For Congress. Third District, GEO. W. E. DOKSEY. For Senator. Thirtieth District, M. A. DAUGHEBTY. For Representative. Fifty-fonrth District, W. J. McCANDLESS. COUNTY TICKET. For County Attorney, W. i. wi LCOX. For County Commissioner, SAMUEL FARMER. TVm. Beattt's salary of $125 for stomping the county will go a long way towards buying his winter's coal. How do the members of the ...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 29 October 1890

THE ALLIANCE SPEAKERS A "WHEEL-HORSE OF THAT PARTY HI 8 RESPECTS TO THEM. FAYS An Honest Farmer and Alliance Member Who Cannot Obey the Mandates of the Party Bosses. A TRUTHFUL EXPOSITION'. The meeting at the opera house last Monday was concluded in the evening by the lynx-eyed Gantt, who vomited forth his steretyped declamation, like a volcano, that buries beneath its ashes everything at its feet The concluding appeal of Gantt, was that the people of Lincoln county should save themselves from the collection of debts by criminal prosecution. But few years ago, T. F. Gantt edited a railroad organ in North Platte, and . was a most supplicating vassel to the Union Pacific corporation nnd its at taches. Gantt was then a Republican; he then went to Dakota and became a Democrat, then to Washington and be came an attache of a Republican admin istration, then a Knight of Labor, and now he poses in Nprth Platte as a labor lawyer, who in all these years, has never done a days work that anybod...

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 October 1890

UTIOLES OF UOOBPORATIOH The Colorado - Nebraska Land and Canal Company. - Kkow aijMen by These Pkesekts: That we, Isaac Dillon and Thaddeus J. Foley, of Lincoln county, Nebraska; Joseph Standley and James F. Benedict, of Denver, Arapahoe county, Colorado; and Joel E.Davis and George H. West, of Greeley, "Weld county, Colorado; have associated ourselves together, and by these presents do organize a corporation under and by virtue of the laws of the State of Nebraska, and do hereby de clare: FIRST. That the corporate name of said com pany is and shall be ''The Colorado-Nebraska Land and Canal Company." SECOND. That the objects and purposes for which said company Is formed are, to acquire and become the owner of the right to ap propriate and take from the North Platte river, in Lincoln county, Nebraska, suffi cient water to fill and supply the canals and ditches hereinafter mentioned and described, and to build, construct, operate and maintain irrigating ditches or canals and laterals,...

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. — 17 December 1890

5" 91 r r - -t. ir THE TRIBUNE PRINTS ALL THE NEWS. a mvihmt OFFICIAL" PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY. VOL VI. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1890. - if fMEawfr: SO. 49. 2g GBR Where to Select Your ISTMAS PRESENTS. A TIPPERARY TIME Turbulent Scenes Enacted at the Sunday Meeting. TOUGHS AND THEIE BLACKTHOONS THE MODEL CLOTHING HOUSE Is the place where you can find the BEST ASSORTMENT, the LOWEST PRICES and ' thV BEST inbth for L ROYS AND CHILDREN. Tit Ialaaace mt tb Print Belar Felt itad the Wm or IUacti'oa Agalast Isr aeli Mar Praaaaaead Darin, It aad Other at Kilkenny. We have the largest stock of overcoats and at prices never offered before. You can buy an overcoat for Two Dollars. We have the -v largest variety in furnishing goods such as Heavy Underwear, Woolen Shirts, Silk and Woolen Mufflers, Gloves, Hats and Caps. 33pts. Siloes axLd. 0-versIb.oss. London, Dec. 15. The wave of reac tion against Mr. Parnell ii becoming more proaou ,ced; Tne innaence of the priests is...

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. — 17 December 1890

W nhm. IRA L. BAKE, Editor and Propbietob SUBSCRIPTION KATES. Bctret lheKorikPleKebrta) f tcond-claf (setter. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 17, 18&). J.v M. Jnr.T succeeds Wade' Hampton ::s United States Senator from Sculh Carolina. Mr. Trbvs election is tie iBrst triumph of the Farmer's Alliance in a senatorial contest. TflE Kwirnev New Era says: The "honci-t rcars" who voted recently "for'Te'ftom." rroFperity and a re vival of trade. are silently waiting, for the "good times" anticipated. It has been suggested that if Senator Stanford has really at heart the welfare of the poor tax pavers be should loan them money instead of asking the government todo so. Stanfords pile of lucre if estimated at eighty millions. Kansas isTapidly gaining a repu tation as being the breeding ground for political parties, the latest one Vine called the Knights of Keci procitv. The title is favorable, but as the organization is a secret one it will probably die young. At present the politics of Kansas is badly di...

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. — 17 December 1890

I" A BAD DAY FOR FIRES. THE MEJTBEttS OFTHE DEPARTMENT "WERE CALLED OUT MONDAY Bat the Fires Trove to le of Minor Im portance The Boys get There with Their Customary Celerity. A BIG LOT OF HAY BURNED. During the gale Monday afternoon a epark from a passing locomotive set fire to the prairie on the north side of the river east of the railroad bridge and a very destructive fire ensued. The area . burned over is hay land and last season the grass -was cut and stacked on the ground prior to having -tit baled this winter. Driven by the strong wind the flames spread rapidly and.efforts to check their progress v.cre almost futile. The result was that nearly J,000 tons of hay went up in smoke. Among the losers are M. C. Keith 250 tons, D. Purdy 150, Dr. Dick 200, Ben Eshelman 50, 'Albert Beck 100, and others whose names and the amount lost could not be ascertained. Jfayj is -hay these days and the loss would falljhcayily on the losers were i t not that the tj. P.' tympany will be hel 3 liab...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 17 December 1890

O tor it tye bw?k Wktre the Wild Wfyitji grows, i Ayd cvfeet aft Hoftomf of l)ear. jSutauotlierfAIR-BANK,: in txvnr xnn rxnK Se&te tljc jje&trero.nd tljyi SAKTACLAUSSDAP MADE ONLY BY NKfAIRBANK&CQ. Chicago. It 1 8 9 1 Now is the Time to Subscribe. 1 8 9 1 "THE BEST PERIODICALS FOR FAMILY READING." Harper's Magazine. $4 a Tear. Iaaned ItfontlUy Harper's Weekly. Harper's Bazar. M.a Year. Issued rckly. 94 a Year. Iauraed Weekly. Harper's Young People. $2 a Year. Iasaed Weekly. POSTAGE FREE IN THE UNITED STATES, CANADA, AND MEXICO. The American people ought to be proud of these four periodicals. It is no exaggeration to say that the steady influence exerted upon the life and thought of the nation from the publishing house in Franklin Square is at least equal to that of one of the great universities. . . . All four of the Harper periodicals are better now than they ever were before. How much that means, everybody knows who has been Harper bred. Ar. Y. Sun, Feb. io, 1890. Book...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 8 April 1891

J'--'--'-: c 1 . Jwrtlt yoL -vii. Si- " NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, WEDjpSDAY, APRILS, 1891. 0: 13: If - . ; f2 . - j : wirir- ' r- ; i , , N. A. DAVIS. W. H. GATWARD. ll. - il ' .... BEADY FOB II SIM ! DAVIS & gmfwaud, -The nicest' stock of the season is here, is unpacked, is marked low, and is ready for any one who LIKES A GOOD THING. Weareraine simply as6hlEor iBusiness 4 na save buyers money. OUR WONDERFUL SPRING STOCK will make friends, outshine rivals, win victories and sell itself on its merits every time. 1 4 4 MENS, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTH I NG,- GENTS' FURNISHINGr GOODS, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes. Marvels of Popularity in Seasonable Styles and Fair Figures. P.' rSL. i - THE MODEL CLOTHIM HOUSE . - A. Einstein & o. J. Q. THICKER, i w XJ C3r C3r I S T.5 NEARY BLOCK. SPRUCE STREET, WE AIM TO HANDLE THE BEST GRADE OF GOODS, SELL THEM AT REASONABLE PRICES, AND WARRANT EVERYTHING AS REPRESENTED. if. Orders from the country and along the line of the Union Pacific Rail...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 8 April 1891

Ufa Uxihmt. IRA Ii. BAKE, Editor and Propkietob SUBSCKIPTIOX BATES. $1.00 FEB AKXtTM L50 FEB ANNUM I TAID W ADVANCE, IF XOT PAID W ADVANCE, Intered at the NortnPlatte (Kebraska) postofflce as second-class matter. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1891. NSW STATB LAWS . A petition is being circulated m Keith county asking the commis sioners to ifsue warrants to the amount of $10,000 for the purpose of purchasing seed and feed, the county to take the farmers notes for the amount of grain received. The city of Beatrice, with a population of about 12 000, has a nf S286.500, while North Plntfffwith a population of 3200 has a debt of $8,000. And yet manv neonle of our city complain Inndlv of the manner in which the mnniciDal affairs of the city have Wn managed in the past. The Tbibu25E would like to know how many towns in Nebraska of 3,000 nnnnlation have a debt less than that of North Platte. The bill making eight hours i day's labor in Nebraska for all ex rent farm laborars and domestic help, passed ...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 8 April 1891

IT IS MAYOR NEVILLE THE TVELL-KXOWN ATTORNEY IS ELECTED BY A PLURALITY OF TEX. Roche will Retain the City Clerkship While Tohin is Elected 'Treasurer. J. a F. F. -Mrs. THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES. Mayor Wm. Neville. Clerk W. J. Roche. Treasurer M. Tobin. Engineer C. P. Ross. Police Judge John Hawley. Councilman Joseph Herrod, Schmalzried, W. H. Johnston, Scharmann. Members Board of Education Longley, Mrs. Birge. j.ne city election yesterday -was more tlian usually quiet and there seemed to be a lack of enthusiasm on the part of the workers for the respective candidates for mayor and clerk, on -which the prin cipal fight was made. This quietude was due in some measure to the new system of voting which makes quite umerence witn xne "worKers," none o: whom were allowed in the immediate vicinity of the polling places. Quite little work was accomplished by button holing men on their way to the polls, and in this way, no doubt, many votes were changed from one candidate to another, Around t...

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. — 8 April 1891

MT on ft --gf3iff2fAII the soaps have a Tell yoor Grocer mwjC nve i i Humpty JJumpty e wall, great fall SantaClausSoap cornea tijeir way; cAIRBANK'S SOAP nas coineroswy MADE ONLV BV IHKFAlRBANK&CacmcAta U. P. TIME TABLE OOINQ KAST. No. -Chicaso Expresn DeptBflO A. M. No. 2-Liimted.. ia 2" No. 8-Atlantic Express 4 ra a. M. No. 22-Freight ':5 A OOIKQ WEST MOUNTAIN TIME. No. 7-Pacific Express n. p 2" No. 5-DenTer Express 4. ; No. 1-Limited .. J No. 2S-rreiBht a niocww. Aent. WM. NETILLB, Attorney-at-Law, Orncx: N vhxk Block, Sixth 8tb NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. GJRBIES & WILCOX, Attorneys-at-Law, NORTH PLATTE, - NEBR. Office over North Platte Nut ional Bank. C. M. DUNCAN, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Omci: Ottonstein's Block, up stairs. Office hoars from to 12 , rn.. 2 U 5gd7j tP- m Residence on West Sixth Street. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. Wm. Eves, M. 3D., Physician and Surgeon. DISEASES of "WOMEN ana CHILDREN A SPECIALTY. MCDOXALD BLOCK, JfOBTH TLATTE, NEB. I) ENTIS THY. A. B. AYR...

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