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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 28 December 1897

t 1KA Li BAJRE, Editor and Pbopbietor TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1897. Judge Neville went east on this forenoon's train. A girl baby was born yester day morning to Mr.. and Mrs. Fred Barraclough Julius Essig, of Brady, trans acted business in town yesterday and made this office a call. p. D. "Wright, of Tite Tribune force, was taken seriously ill Sun day night and has since been inca pacitated from work. The Knights of the Macca bees will give their annual dance on Friday evening of this week. A pleasant evening is guaranteed all who attend. Judge Grimes, sitting in cham bers, is hearing arguments in the case of Russell Fowles against the Maxwell irrigation district. The bottom seems to have dropped out of the freight traffic on the Union Pacific since Christmas, and the lay-over is much longer than the road men relish. Secretary Goozee says the Second series of the Mutual build ing and loan association will reach maturity in February. The series will then have run just nine years. Engin...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 31 December 1897

f-1 1 5 SMfom raw- :, vol. xni. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, MDAT EVENING, DECEMBER 31, 1897. NO. 104. 1 81ft Jteth UkJfe $ FT -i. W e Have no glosmg-Oeii To advertise. Never had such a run of trade; in iact its a Tegular land-slide. It's our spot cash "knock-out prices that has done it We have new goods arriving daily. We are in-a position to supply all and every want of our customers-at prices never thought of hy our competitors who advertise "closing-out sales," "out of business in 90 days," etc., etc. 'closing- NOTION PEFARTHENT. German Knitting "S'arn 15c a skein Full count Pins... 3 papers for 5 cents Adamantine Pins 1 cent a paper Beat Needles 4 cents a paper Curling Iron, nine inch 3 cents Twin Dress Stays 4 cents a set 7-inch metal back combs 7 cents each Side Combs A cents a pair Baby Ribbon 6 yards for 5 cents Men's Celluloid Collars 10 cents each Men's Linen Collars, four ply 12 cents each Men's Cashmere Hose 25 cents a pair Men's Cotton Rockford Hose 4 pairs for 25 cents Men...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 31 December 1897

IRA Li BARE,Editokaxd Pkopkietoi- SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One Year, cash In advance, fl.25 Six Months, cash in advance 75 Cents Entered attheKorthPlatte(Xebra8ka)po8tofflceas eecond-classmatter. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1S97. The Tribune wishes its patrons a happy and prosperous New Year, Colorado lias taken the gold cure for the free silver craze and is rap idly recovering". The 1897 output of gold in the Centennial state ag gregated 521,500,000, leading Cali fornia's output by about S3.o00.000. "With this issue The Tribune closes its thirteenth year, and the publisher takes this occassion to thank its patrons for their liber ality during the past year, and hopes to merit a continuance of the same during the coming year. The condition of the winter wheat in Nebraska is pronounced exceptionally good, and a bumper crop for next year is confidently ex pected. We need a big crop next year in order to show visitors to the Transmississippi exposition what Nebraska can produce when the Lord is on...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 31 December 1897

r- I. mEUMATISM j. Is caosed "by Uric Acid and other im . , parities lingering' in the Mood, which have not been filtered out by the Kid- aeys through the urine. The seat of tie trouble is not in the skin or mus 4 elee. It's sick Kidneys. Electricity, Hshents or plasters will not reach the case. But the disease can be CURED Jfobbs S parages Kidney Pills have beetx the aieaas of ridding' me of a serioss kidney disease eeKbised frith rheumatism. I consider thenr . . tie test preparation on the market for all kidsey&Bdrheamatic affections." D. D. Bhcsok, Saggage asd Transfer Line, Norfolk, Neb. "Year sample and one box of Hobbs Pills wkck I have used, relieved Hie so mack of my rkeasiatism and kidney troable that I have discarded, my cratches and have no further ase lertkem." G. M. Kajtjta, 510 South 12th St.,Omaha. Neb. SDr. Hobbs PARAGUS Kidney Pills. ,FOR SALE BY A. F. STREITZ. EPISODE OF THE LATE WAR. Last, "ijht ef Soathera Soldier on the Battlefield. "Don't leave me, captain!...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 31 December 1897

iRA.Ii BARE, Editob and Pbopbietob SUBSpBIPTION BATES. One Year, cash in advance, tl.25 Six Months, caahin advance 75 Cents' Entered BttheNorthPlatte(Nebra8ia)postoiaceas a econd-class matter. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1897. W. C. Elder left last night for Clarks, Neb., to look after matters pertaining1 to a bay deal. H. V. Hilliker returned last night from Iowa, where be was called by the death of his brother-in-law. Mrs. Hartmau, who had been visiting her daughter, Mrs. M. J. McEvoy, returned to Omaha this morning. The Misses Byrne, -who had been visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Norton for a week, returned to Omaha this morning. Clay Lambert, advance agent for the John Dillon Companj', is in town lo-udy making u. , for the appearance of that attrac tion on January 25th. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Lincoln county agricultural society will be held in the county judge's office at 2. p. m. on Saturday, January 8th. Direc tors and officers will be elected. It is said that the U...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 7 January 1898

. ' VOL. XII1I. north PLATTE, NEBRASKA, FMPir SlIB6' feR 7,. 4898 V-" ' ;: " .. ; , 11,, I p ft 11 V ii. i 1 h rj m m i k-. w mmm mm viotwwhhbb. -w- kt - v - mmr - - mm ' - ' ' ' We Have no eiosmcr-Oal Sale TZZK' MrS ,N To advertise. Never, liad suck arun of trade; in fact its a regular land-slide. Its our spot cash knockrout prices that has tone it. We ilave,.tfe w Oodsuarriving daily. We areMh a position to supply all and every want of 'our customers at prices never thought of by our competitors who advertise "closing-out sales," out of business-in 90 days," etc.etc. NOTION DEPARTMENT. German Knitting yarn 15c a skein Pall count Pins 3 papers for 5 cents Adamantine Pins 1 cent a paper Beet Needles ..A cents a paper Curling Iron, nine inch 3 cents Twin Dress Stays 4 cents a set 7-inch metal back combs 7 cents each Side Combs .d cents a pair Baby Hibbon G yards for 5 cents Men's Celluloid Collars 10 cents each Men's Linen Collars, four ply 12 cents each Men's Cashmere Hose 25 rents ...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 7 January 1898

Witt Jfemt-WwMjj ritome. IRA L BARE, Editor and Pbopeietoi. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. Oae Year, cash in advance, $1.25 Six Heaths, cash in advance 75 Cents XBteredattbeNortbI'latte(NebraBka)poEtofBceas a econd-clssE matter. TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1898. The Oxnard sugar factory at Grand Island closed down ior the season last Saturday with an out put of 6,750,000 pounds. Forty thousand tons of beets were used. The factory is a big- help Grand Island and the farmers of Hall coun ty. ,vjThe United States senateyester day morning" passed the Allen bill to appropriate one hundred thou sand dollars for an Indian exhibit by the government at the Trans mississippi exposition. This is proper; not let the house do like wise. The Tribune congratulates the people of Lincoln county upon the fact that for the next two ears there will be three more republi cans holding forth at the court hoqse than there were during the past two years. The services ren dered the people by these new re publican officials wil...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 7 January 1898

DEBILITY To those who snfTor Tvrin relief is indescribable. Debility or nervous prostration causes all the in conveniences of pain, though not its sharpness. It is a later stage of disease. Pains and debility are symptoms of a deranged condition of the kidneys. Both will disappear when the kidneys are made to act right, not before. Dis eased or inactive kidneys can be CURED Dr. Hofafcg Pills Do T&eir Great Skspe. Work In "Some time agt I received a pamphlet advertising- yonr Sparagus Kidney Pills. As I haje been suffering- for several years with "" pains in my back and general debility, I de cided to try the pills, and I must say they do their -work in great shape, as this is the first time in years that I have been oat of pain. Yours truly, H. H. Van Gerden, Vet. Surgeon, 711 Hastings St Hastings, Neb. S Dr. Hobbs PARAGUS Kidney Pills. FOR SALE BY A. F STREITZ. GRAHAM'S ISLAND. BT CIIAKLES B. LEWIS. We had called at Mauritius on our way from Liverpool to Bombay in the ship Fare...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 7 January 1898

IRA Ii BAKE, Editor and Pbopbietor SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One Year, cash in advance, $1.25 Six Months, cash in advance .....75 Gents Entered attheNorthPlatte(Nebrasia)poEtofficeft8 second-classmatter. -FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1898. . -rAlex Neilson, of Sutherland, transacted business in town, for several days this week. -Attend the auction sale of 'clothing- at the McDonald Building- ' onr'Spruce street Saturday, Jauu- :ary.Stb. w Mr. and Mrs. C. Paulson, of . Sutherland, became the parents of -ufgirl baby last night. Dr. Dennis was present. . Certain rooms in the county jnl have been ordered repapered and painted by the county cotn missidners and R. R. Peale will do the work for the sum of thirty dol Jars". Log Cabin package coffee 10c at $r TlteWilcoz Dept. Store. 7 C. G. Hawkins was over from i .me- lvieaicine tins wees snamng .xhands with acquaintances and bar - tering- with local parties for mated- jrf i' lv iiii wi it if, rill ii I I , i i t r -pasture. The re.iositorv hond of the ; F...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 11 January 1898

r.-sar, '2 fclhsk:?- .-.j? '-'b.r t Sew' - - ;-. ;- VOL. XII1I. 'r ROMH. iPLEEE, NBBBiSEiVftDPIN6;'.'JAN 11;; 1898. 11 Lit - - j m r r w We piave no iGsnaQcit To -advertise. lever. fikd such iurun of trade; intact its a regular land-jslide. It's .our -spot cask tnockrout prices that has done if." We have new goods arrivingdaily." We are. in a,positionftp supply all and every want of oar . customers at prices never thought of by our competitors who advertise "closing-out sales' "out of business in9d"rdays,J ? etcl etc. NOTIOH DBFARTMENT. German Knitting yarn 15c a ekein Pall oountPins... 3 papers for Scents Adamantine Pins. .- .1 oeot a paper Beat Needles.... . ....i cents a paper Curling Iron, nine inch .3 cents Twin Drees Stays & cbU a,set T-inch metal back combs. .7 cents each Side Combs cents a pair Baby Ribbon G yards for 5 cents 3Ien's Celluloid Collars 10 cents each Men's Ian en Collars, four ply..... ...12 csats each -Men's Cashmere Hose.. . oois a pair Men's Cotton Rockf...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 11 January 1898

V - - 13UL.L BARE, Eorrolt axd Pjkh-ristok 0 Yr, nab is adTaaee, tL! Sli jCet, east la adraaoe 75 Ow-ts'. H4tW4 at tie Xortk Plae (Nesrueka) pontoMoa u TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1896. "- - There- will be a hot time in Col- umbus, Ohio, io-day, but Mark will win if not to-daj, some other day. -' It looks very much as though a few of tke -Ohio legislators -were ansious to secure a sack -of gold without going to Klondike to dig it." They are attempting to "work" Hark Hanna for it. IPs.-, : . , The good pastor of theMethodist ' . church at Nebraska Cityjias placed - j -alarge American flag in the rear of : his pulpit, and his action should be . commended by all. Religion and --, patriotism should go hand in hand. jD,owx in Dawson county the con tract for doing the county publish ing for the year 189S was awarded to the Cozad Local for the sum of $325, or about one-fourth legal rate. The commissioners of Lincoln county should make a note of, this. " John Goyier of Broken Bow is in .11 kinds o...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 11 January 1898

!. 4 i r -1f S' .-if.: ft. . II; T " - - c bit -. 'V 4 ' ".JT- 1 ; 3u 'a .,25. ! at- mm- TO CLARENCE "" be tbe TMrs are all somWr iwl A.rV .1 .m the clonfe vftL'naHiM. 1H-. .w.-r out from tVu Ur.u it - ;PTon. brother, sotHo(iae, soe day. ;is sever a rose .so fmgraiit and fair, t tbe thorns - v i evic o mnu Atnai ilm fsF each life some shadow jMHrt cone. NtMife is complete -K-itat i - - - - '"SSI " .KWi;keep a brave heart ag tho battle goes on, f . . .wmiaauBfiag ever, luway, !HitTk)r every night ... .fCtfjgrrow and blight . , -Iflfcfee given a bright, glad day. ; , . fcrriet Woreestw in Good Housekeepisg. TEIAIi BY ITRE. e are colonels aud Majors and Is and gome old captains yaho tfytbat Isabel IlaKifden -was thaimoet- live woman who ever graced the -jfeefttaer, and in their time most women niimed attractive because of their scarci L ty. She was handsome and accomplish -r ,d;Mftd clever and something jnoro than A allhese which was inexplicable, but rjpotent She had been brought up j...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 11 January 1898

r 9 Is! Oj:SMr, as la a4Mj...... ............ J. gtecXoiitha, aw ia iiToe... ...... .? irOISSDAY JANUARY 11, 1896. Frank Simpson will go malia tomorrow toTeceive med ical treatment. :" v -bibjron Saturday last. filW. M. Cunningham went to Grand Island this morning toT atr V Ttend the Episcopal convocation. X- 2-lw. H. C. Woodhurst went to f- -Maxwell to-day to write up fire in surance policies for residents of . r 3tr: and over Mrs. Jueo Hart are the arrival ot a, iboy -that village, 1 Package coffee 10c at Tke . 3)ftrtment Store. The ladies of the Presbyterian aid society will be entertained at the Home ot Mrs. w. eastern on ext Thursday afternoon. W. S. Ross of Myrtle is- in -town to-day swapping- stories with acquaintances. He nasjust finished gathering a fine crop of corn. i- -The Ftworth Leairue Literarv. V "XT O W TChib will meet at the home, of sthe Misses Hartman on Saturday, January 15, 1898. J. C. Ore, i - Chairman. A. D. Orr, deputy county treas vurer, contemplates erecti...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 14 January 1898

3 i" .. ii ill i p I I mi i I 1 1 . or ii iiii immi wi ii i mmm mm im - . . mm hmiii imm i i iw if i n - i mi immim mm i i .si, i i himimb ii i i ii i i -sr. TOL. ST i-::J 'jV - ' ' g tmt fj - 1. . - r- tmm, plaits, wjak.msML vmmvi imvm: liisss.- r .mi.. Pa, 1 wi I We iaLVe no glosbiff-Qat gale g ft To advertise. Kever d sack a ram of trade; ih. fact its a. regular laad-slide- It's our ot cask jg; -S faet&ct-cmtiaoces taat ias 4eit. Wekmaew gods amviaf daily. Weaiem apoaitiam tcfc 2g m Seigly all aadweryTfi or copetitts wko S; X advertise "ci6i-ot sales." "oet of besta-easis 90 days' etcr etc. a I NOTION DEPARTMERT. H 1 M GecswHt Ksittiog: vara ISersbk M-e7s ail-w-cei Ctav Worsted Sait lor SJO 2 flf Psll eeaat Km . S gap ore for a eaate. j Jfeaa all-weol Oar Wcffs-tea. Stt sta IbkI .$13.00 4M M AaatMfee Piae 1 csst&ec Jfers ail-wool CiaV Wsrsted Seifc-gis Used. .$15 50 l BetIoaiIoc .... 4 seste & ptupor 2 Xea's J-woiB: Ofeyeoat for .f SLOG xm JK CrikHr Iros. wnm ek 3eete...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 14 January 1898

i T I 1. ' If I I i A 1 21 V 1 i; 1-9 58? 4 1 1 IRA L BAIlE, Editor jlkd PaopxrwGjd SUBSCRIPTION SATBg. Oae.Yeftr, cask in advaaee,.., $1.25 Six Xeetibs, oaeh Ih sivfie 75 .Ceats Ka toret a. I the Nor t fe Platte XiMi a i04 ee h PRIDAY, JANUARY 14, i898. It is definitely announced that theRpthchilds are willing' to invest eight million dollars in a railroad -to penetrate the Yukon country over what is known as the Dalton trail. On Tuesday President McKinley made a dozen republicans in Ne braska happy by appointing- them postmasters. Several newspaper men are among those who secured plums. ,T;kE death-dealing" tornado getting in its work rather early is in .the;season. Ft. Smith, Ark. was Visited by one early Wednesday - r morning ana some iorty persons were tilled and many injured. IJ The fact that'the people of Lin coin count3' are paying- up their personal taxes for, three years past all in one lump is evidence that money is more plentiful and easier to get than under the democrat...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 14 January 1898

BG1 OLB TM vac, Severe "VleieaIByspepaia, ee. .Qaee inr inniirjT from tke "Mov? YeC it okb. fee CURED Care Ik. mt A-ska fc Cfk, caeatf. ef X isawe Tisltesl nil iae&lih relief foe ifee -aafet sc-fck X. Gctbtt. Toaeawc, -Tei .Xrag- Earwig Ca-,S2X.33f. Sc, Osaka, Jfefc. Sv noons PARAGU POR SAIE BY A. F STREITZ. . -STEALING A CREDIT S A CRIME. Caa X wtT-Be eicloa la JBartley Ca. Xaxcocs, Jan. 7. At 5:30 ke em- ef the .Nebraska suprarae. cost Joacaa S. Bartley, couvicled of tie "aeaxlesaeafc of state money to tie exieat of fMI,8&L03- Tfae appeal rrea tie 3adgaea&of the XongIas couairr dis trict Mint Is deaessed aad fTr -fjnjffnr; aaa seseence or tie casrfc below is affirHeed. According to tins IJartley is doosned to a rerm or years in the penifcea tiary aad to piy a fins of doable tie .aisoHiit of tae snn he is convicted of stealiag. Every point in riie contro- Trersywas considered, by the court in maVrag its decision, and in every poiat is tlse side of tbe state upheld. Tie ...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 14 January 1898

a 1 15 . s --ti-. t r r 1 J t :..-7i- - - 5 J. . Y 'fife: V -"5f J 1 si', J 1 . aBFTJKMfc'S jlRA Ii BAftEEfoiroxAXB Pbabwo SUBSOXIPTIOK RA.T2S. .Owe Year, cask la advasoe, $LI ISix.XoaUss, eaeb in sdrsaoe ..7f..Ceate: - :EBrtdattkeNortkPtete(MebrMica PEIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1896. - The Jensen brothers assumed c&arg-e of the Hotel Neville yester day, 7 Mrs. Field, .mother of Geo. T.. 3ias been quite sick for several days past. . The weather of the past ten days lias been of that pleasant brand peculiar to western ISebras js -Club House ckeese 35c at tke Wil cox Sspaxtmeut store. We are told that Dr. Duncan lias decided to locate in Omaha and that he and his wife will soon leave for that city. The latest letter . received from Dr. Donaldson states that Mrs. D. is'improving" rather slowly from her attack of rheumatism. The board of directors of the Y. M. C. A. will hold a meeting to morrow evening" and elect officers for the ensuing" year. Business in the county clerk's office has been...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 18 January 1898

tsiie "-.: A. VOL. . X1T. -' jr;' OT, ;PUTTE, ItEBRASKi WHHNCF, JAlf DlfiY 18, 18981 -10 . 5.- me fBssla aW as .-ask W aY eaaet7sar . Co 9 9 - Jl t Sugar So ie the old Credit Svstem. "Qniok iftks, small profits, caeh oaly and one prioe to all." A tew prices you that we can and will save you from 10 to 20 per cent oa every dollars DRJBSS GOOU& DEPT. A. black ailk warp Henrietta, 33-iDohpg wkkj.TOcyd Silk and wool teixed aoveltiee , . .60c to 90c yd' Cunline clothe, 36 to40 jaobea wide. .55c to $L05 yd . Silk fiaieh Henrietta, 44 inches wide 55q yd A good all wool serge, 14 inches wide 38c yd Pancy suitings, 44 inches wide 7 55c yd Fancy novelties, 44 inches wide.. 55c yd Silver Star Henriettas, all shades inches. .18c yd Black brocades, 36 laobes wide ..... ... ... v .... 18c yd A full line of ladies' wrapers in vicuna, cloth, flanneletts and prints. . . frora 75c to fl.40 each 2ZOTIOK DEFT. German Knitting j;arn ISc aekein Full oountPins..,., 3 papers for 5 cents Adamantine Pins...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 18 January 1898

! r.l "A V "A 3t- 4S -f IRA Ii BARE, Editox A2CD Pokibk -. r "... yk suBeosiPTibir sjixsi. 0e?ear, cash la svsae, 1M 'Six Xeatfes, oaeh ia advsaee 7 Costs K at wed attheNerthKsUeybraksf)pojitogeB TUESDAY,. JANUARY 18, 1898. ' We haven't found anv coii titer ffit- 'hundred dollar silver billsamoifcirr1-n5'' vour.cuangeyet. Although Bryan is stilLhovping: calamity tney say ms&roiGC Mas oe- com& somewhat husky since , his re turn irom Mexico. The populists have concluded to -try their much talked of referendum plan in. selecting the date of. their next uatibnalconvehtion, Weil, so long as the populist party pays the freight nobody will raise an ob- injection. It is apparent now that English money cuts a deeper swath through -pChina than Russian and German fanfare aggressiveness. John Bull plays the tunefo'f' pounds, shillings; and pence and all the rest dance ac cordingly. ' Hotelkeepers in Madison, Wis. who served . oleomargetirfe under 4 7i o IJcfriiicA rif disjruise or outte...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 18 January 1898

0 a il J. 1 1 1 ' ,v -- . V I -,yvnuo jt n tART AND MAIN THAT KOH'VIUnK n . . 0 , HAVE FAILED TO KILL. Wife ilet MMMI la M' Who). JBare "Beea Bfcot I TreatiBaSaek (Mm. ? "Jw T own part, " said the debtor. ifck ajfenig. J would prefer not to be aBgi,iliVerIoi? brain, tratHl. yet 2 bar I -ween note of many oases reoentlyia -gWiixm persons lmys auateined gunshot hroeuds of supposedly fatel character mmm joto still alive and going aboafc their Jrasraeeg." Tiie doctor aad Ms cornpanioa -were paaar?diJra k)wa ninseani -what the cYe4io took this tarn, -Amodc jtfae f rekg jfctured asd, caricatured ii it of .the building maiir-with a gedlMaiet wna tot ftbronrK-iii irfc which.organ was vividly exposed tfae flaring danb wtiikfthe jinarel of Joaatli was hovering oyer him, ready to Bfttca Him away-xt ay. ioeDfe. 4Tfaeo," MdooteViHeaa,''! ibot; or a stab-im the-h'earfc ii not lieces imxiy fatal, as it is understood by mod ern surgery?" - x "JNofc at all."- returned the doctor. ''j3mfc, of course,...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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