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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 8 February 1898

-sB "31? is. IRA Li BARB, Editor and Peopbietor SUBSCRIPTION KATES. One Year, cask in advance,.. 1.25 Six Months, c&sbln advance ....75 Gents' Entered at the NorthPUtte (Xebraska)poetofflce as secand-clasi matter. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1898. William Mills, of Nowell pre- cinct, lett this morning1 for South Omaha with a car of fat cattle. Miss May Walker will this evening entertain a party of friends at a dancing party at Keith's hall. Walker Hainline returned this forenoon from Grand Island, where he spent a couple of days with friends. - .' 1 The Colorado special was over three hours late to-day owing to a freight wreck in the vicinity of Fremont. Nathaniel Bujsza of Grand Is land, who came up to attend the Hansen Cooper wedding, returned this morning. The Sagwa com pan y left on the early morning train for Cozad where they will open a week's en gagement to night. The M. E. Ladies' Aid society will be entertained Thursday after noon by Mrs. C. C. Snavely at the parsonage. David ...

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 February 1898

- s, "2 r -- So? 1 31 vol. ny. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 11, 1898. - NO. 12-.- mm V! 11 1J f GOO BS ill D 1L We extend to you a cordial invitation to visit our store and loolfovecthe most complete line of dry goods in the city. We are in a position to sell you goods as cheap as any jnarket id the United States. We are in direct communication with all the leading wholesale houses. Just; received. a large line of dress goods, silks, linings and trimmings from the well known firm of Carson, Perie, Scott & Co. We handle Chas. P. Kellogg's Clothing every garment guaranteed and marked at one price to "ali. We are making a reputation on these goods that we are proud of. Just a few words why we can save you ntoney: we sell goods for spot cash only; we have cheap rents; all goods marked on the per centage plan; then we get considerable free advertising from . King Credit V 1 The following are a few of our cash, prices: DRY GOODS DEPT. Kearney Home Muslin, per yard ...

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 February 1898

lie Mtml - WtM grflnroe. IRA, 3j BABE, Editoe and Pxopbtxtor SUBSCRIPTION SATES. OaelMr, cash 1b advance, $L25 iixMeatks, cash in advance 75 Geate lateral attBeKort&Platte(KebraakaportoAeeaes second-class sastter. . FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1898. "We had thought that the light ning rod swmdler was a thing t the past, but. it appears that he is still in the field. A Mr. Ott, living near Republican City, claims that Iiq was "done up" to the tune of a one, hundred ind forty-five .dollar note, by the "fraternity" and now warns! everybody from cashing it as pay ment will be refused. And still the suckers bite. Peter Kindred, of Mercer, Mo., owed Andrew and. Joe Alley a store bill, for the settlement of which the former had been frequently dunned. Finally he concluded that the eas iest way to pay it would be through a six-shooter. The consequence is. that both the-Alley; -boys,, are dead and Pjeter. lies, iii jail awaiting- a re ceipt in full in the shape of the hangman's noose. Spain has...

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 February 1898

TT" - iZJ uvue2 rosy -wise. Jag-regtT -'-r-ncTi fTii Iniri f ttJeieL-apM. jonr exes. X9 the earth EEieltaud iieTiK, few, few "srorfisjoc said. Zat-aetie Iigkfr yufcatiE waste. Ir joh. all silences arc iacsd, afer&a -prove eadSesd-- AI yet IttqhW: that I could. B ij. ak3 ad sSexeea g deep, "W txtct: Irpa can set lajk car ragi, Sbt iaety eyes can weep. ElJwfrkaesr that yon o'errearu. "iSenaaik t&e sky's caressissBdlc, "Wgat 'nmii'l" in. j socrowiae; fca-tke faril -As I So all tin n-felle. 5sstBefcr in Sew York Press. A GGEK LEGGED MM. ST CHATnYSS B- IEWIS. sis: iBBfgggvr&o alighted frrrwjihG jEtage cpack a the A com Inn, JWHiau, oaeLjoxL ereoiufr was a rut:wiia a woodee leg. That sect of a w. s aaaaahi. I I T Eiisfartnae is act rare, and yet the vie tan, .eeecinljj is a country town, al ways attracts cnaelaerable aiteatian. The stranger registered as Jbha Gcroan or Ctocago, aad when be gave oat that fie might reraaln in Blisefield for sev--eral -weeks everybody vrondered w...

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 February 1898

4 ARE YOU UP TO DATE? If so, spend your money where they keep up-to-date mer chandise. Ours is UP-TO-DATE in every department. dry goods department. Lace and Embroidery Dept m We have just added Dry Goods to our stock and every piece is new. We are show ing the latest in Waist Silks, Novelty: Dress - " - . Patterns, Black Goods, Percales, Bradford Cloth, Organdies and White; Goods. Prices on Dry Goods, tell most when you see the quality of the goods offered. , Caiiand . " i l ! i 1 1 ' l I I inspect our line. . . ? f $ s f In Staples we are selling . Kearney Home Muslin... V at cts Standard Prints . ... . .'fr. 3 cents up Bleached MuslirisV!V. . . . . . 5 cents up Good Denims s. . 10 cents - - f . LINING DEPARTMENT, We have the best line of Linings in North Platte. . , Best Kid Finish Cambrics. - - Plain Silesias. ' Double Faced Fancy Silesias. Mone Antique rercaiines. Plain Percalines. Taffetas; Linen Duck. ' C6llar Canvas. f The Celebrated St' H. & M. Dress tBmdings. We have n...

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. — 15 February 1898

tSrrbme Wat .i NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, TOES DM" EVENING, FEBROARY- 15, 1898. NO. 13. TOL. X1Y. SB Miff fihl i P K I tl 1 n GOODS We extend to you a cordial invitation to visit our stora and look over the most complete line of dry goods in the city. We are in a position to sell you goods ns cheap as any market in the United States. We are in direct communication with all the leading wholesale houses. Just received a large line of dress goods, silks, linings and trimmings from the well known firm of Carson, Perie, Scott & Co. We handle Chas. P. Kellogg s Clothing every garment guaranteed and marked at one price to all. We are making a reputation on these goods that we are proud of. Just a few words why we can save you money: we sell goods for spot cash only; we have cheap rents; all goods marked on the per centage plan; then we get considerable free advertising from King Credit.' 'M The following are a few DRY GOODS DEPT. Kearney Home Muslin, per yard 3c Printe, all brands, per ya...

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. — 15 February 1898

Ik Xtml-Wtdttg Itttuw. lRALt B ARB, Editor aot Pbopstxtob 8UB3CKIPTION BA.TES. One Tear, cash ia advance, tl.25 gixMo&th, cash is advance 75 Cents Catered attkeNortbPlatteCNsbrasiaJpoetoffiosas Becoad-clas e matter. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15. 1898. Germany is gradually slipping down from her high pedestal on ex clusion of everything - American. Perhaps Uncle Sherman has given a hint that retaliation Fsf a game that two can play at Senator Feltz, of Keith county went to Lincoln yesterday where he will prosecute a complaint of ex orbitant rates against the telegraph J- companies. Iike all other good populist patriots, the Senator trav eled on a railroad pass. The so-called "400" of New YorJ society are croin to have a "vet a Mp. Aunt-f " where the different vegetables are characteristically represented. This is no travesty on the 400 dudes and dudesses, a bigger lot of cabbage-heads will never come together again on. one dancing floor, Unless the Union Pacific re-or ganization committe...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 15 February 1898

ut eertk-3c-aifa.a.: As t&e iiiMii iii nit, teais ttiaogfe. femiuil 3ea. mjiK' 5r lie sesl lacs t-erags. Aii aakj-ffccmtHEKtaat tarn we !Tjk eliruuL waiii. teeapi itizy rum They ulinn if, aacL t-fcer-geeayf!,, t&regk sac ITHS. Th&ssceE case acrara frrm AfeesreK. o' 1 tr nhTQg are feeferiag cigfrace- She Iookad to. Si was- scratckiHg: the grjt-rel ob myastrs cea path, with, tbe pointed ed of iier paraeoL Sk ckoe to wrUfHlIy miejKerjst :hj wcrds, "ItTriH all rcII--aax. -I tkitk tke faroeaer wants exeraee." ''Zxea,." I west oh sererelj, "is net aiaaa to iejiaTed witfi." "I dcmTc ply witk b.TTn. His screw iff too ieeJaleJi or words. ,r , tiI 2E sot referring ta iesnis. Fred; I repeat, is tco goed. to be flirted wiift ia tke cntrasecms way van are dQing-" "I dcaTCSrrt-" 4 ' Ynn do Eaitfc- iastseasoa&wzsl; tf tsr that" "Cbthat was- not fifrsfng; it was coBsrnafTecticn. Besides,, you dem connt.,T "It is; the saae-tlirng. red is tea "Ami itkerEfare H&GcIdrt be t1"'" Ber5...

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. — 15 February 1898

J v. tM , - . - .- - - , . , X . Vim . . ARE UP TO DATE'? If so, spend your money where they keep up-to-date mer chandise. Ours is UP-TO-DATE in every department. YOU r" ' - I DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. We have just added Dry Goods to oiir stock and every piece is new. We are show- ing the latest in Waist Silks, Novelty Dress Patterns, Black .Goods, Percales, Bradford i. -a i: -j TT7u:i. r viotn, wrganuies dim wane vjxuuus. v Prices on Drv Goods tell most when vou fs- i- r .i j cc .a r ,n see uie cjuaiuy ui uic juuu: uncicu. emu Ss& inspect our line. r In Staples we are selling- Kearney Home Muslin f.-.,. . .at3 cts Standard Prints . . . 3. cents up Bleached Muslins 5 cents up Good Denims io cents LINING DEPARTMENT. We have the best line of Linings in North Platte. Best Kid Finish Cambrics. Plain Silesias. Double Faced Fancy Silesias. Heavy Sateens. Morie Antique Percalines. Plain Percalines. -Taffetas. Linen Duck. Collar Canvas. The Celebrated S. H. & M. Dress Bindings. Lace and...

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 February 1898

Mtitm m mm trm mm mm mm ,m mm micmm VOL. X1Y. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 18, 1898. jfO 14J - If GOODS iWII DAILY. We extend to you a cordial invitation to visit our Btore and look over the most complete line of dry goods in the city. We are in a position to sell you goods as cheap as any market in the United States. We are in direct communication with all the leading wholesale houses. Just received a large line of dress goods, silks, linings and trimmings from the well known firm of Carson, Perie, Scott & Co. We handle Chas. P. Kdllogg's Clothing every garment guaranteed and marked at one price to all. We are making a reputation on "these goods that we are proud of. Just a few words why we can save you money: we sell goods for spot cash only; we have cheap rents; all goods marked on the per centage plan; then we get considerable free advertising from King Credit. The following are a few r7?v nnnnss Kearney Home Muslin, per yard ; . . .3c Printe, all brands,...

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 February 1898

,.'.-11 - 35- lit mi-WtSIy frilxK. J.RA It BAJRE, Editor akd Pboprxstor SUBSCRIPTION SAZM. One Year, cask iaad7aaee, ...tUB Six Moaths, caix 1h adraace 75 Ceate' Entered attbeKorthFlatte(Xebruks)postoOeeu aecoad-oJaM matter. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1898. In January, 1897, the Chicago authorities gave coal and provi sions to 12,400 families andVin Jan ,uary, 1898, to 6,116 families. This looks very much as though some prosperity, at least, hadi struct? over 6,000 families in the city of Chicago. The old Boers of the Transvaal. republic know when they shave a good man at the helm of state in that little republic. Oom Paul has guided them through many a squall and his -constant re-election to the presidency of the Africanders shows that they have the most venerable faith in Uncle Paul. Little Japan says if lhere.is any division to be made of Chinese soil she is -going to take a hand in it and freeze on to Wei Hai Wei as a starter for good. The chances of China paying Japan the last pay me...

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 February 1898

KEBEASKi. "WJfc Killer Sascs HIcl. rCirr,Neb., Feb. IS. Joseoa leek, "who mnrdered his -wife at :&eck fana. near Hsmabdldfci ?atroDec.4. 1897. hanccdMm- seifMt the county Jail yesterday after- "t6- Arreatrti fr Criminal UTd. Lincoln, Feb. II. E. L. b'iirons was arrested last night cm a complaint sworn cmt by JrIL Ec! mist en, charging aim"with crfntipal libel in connection wifek charges of fraudulent marking of bftllots in the recount. TJaitMs" Pacific riSagn. Oxaha, Feb. 15. The receivers of tae'Union Pacific rail vray system have jfc"is8Bei their last annual statement. The surplus of earnings over expenses for 3Slf7 amounted to $7,227,074.! 0, ag&iast a surplus of o,8Q0,976.04 during 1S96, -an increase in the surplus of $1 , -436,"O0&9o. Tw Majors Elected CaismaBder. . JJorfolk, Neb., Feb. 11. At the s$a5encampment Commander John A. Erhanlt delivered an exhaustive ad dress, coverinir the doings of the G-. A. R. during the last year. Attention -was called to the decreas...

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. — 18 February 1898

m - . . . ARE YOU DATE? If so, spend your money where they keep up-to-date mer chandise. Outs is UP-TO-DATE ip. every department. UP TO m DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. We have just added Dry Goods to our stock and every piece is new. We are show ing the latest in Waist Silks, Novelty Dress Patterns, Black Goods, Percales, Bradford Cloth, Organdies and White Goods. Prices on Dry Goods tell most when you see the quality of the goods offered. Call and inspect our line. In Staples we are selling Kearney Home Muslin vrM3ji!ts ; Standard Prints ...... .WS cents up Bleached Muslins ... 5 cents up Good Denims 10 cents LINING DEPARTMENT. - c . , ' j . We have the best line of Linings ,in; North Platte. Best Kid Finish Cambrics. Plain Silesias. Double Faced Fancy Silesias. Heavy Sateens. Morie Antique Fercalines ; J I t "Plotn "Prro1 i n c . . - '. f ." t C Taffetas. Linen Duck. Collar Canvas. The Celebrated-S.H. & M. Dress Bindings.. Lace and Embroidery Dept We have not only the largest line of ...

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. — 22 February 1898

A: e. - NORTE PLATTE, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY- EVENING, FEBRUARY 22, 1898. . NO. IS, YOL. X1Y. t- 1 ; ' f r -6L . fife- 8 We extend to you a cordial invitation to visit our store and look over the most complete line of dry goods in the city. We are in a position to sell you goods as cheap as any market m the United States. We are in direct communication with all the leading wholesale houses. Just received a large line of dress goods, silks, liS and trimmings from the well knon firm of Carson, Perie, Scott & Co. We handle Chas. P. Kellogg s KbVng-every garment guaranteed and marked at one price to all. We are making aj Ptation on these goods that we are proud of. Just a few words why we can save you money: we sell goods for spot cash only, we have cheap rents; all goods marked on the per centage plan; then we get considerable free advertising from King Credit. The following are a few of DRY GOODS DEPT. Kearnej Home Muslin, peryard 3Jc Prints, all brands, per yard. 46 Half wool Henriett...

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. — 22 February 1898

iRAIi BAKE, Editor aio Pkoprewok TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 1898. The first election g-un of 1898 will be fired in Oregon in June. In the coming- fight in that state all the isms and factions will be united against the republican party. Having purchased the Kansas . Pacific, the reorganization com mittee of the Union Pacific will soon be able to read its title clear to all the feeders of the great trans continental line. How long would the United States tolerate the mob which has been assembling at the Paris court of justice during the Zola trial. And jet Prance is supposed to be an enlightened and up-to- date republic. The professed sorrow exhibited by the Spaniards over the victims of the Maine was for show only. The Spaniards have very little love for the people of this country, and the expressed sorrow only "shows up their two-facedness. The Ogalalla Republican thinks that Qludge Neville should by all means have the populist nomina tion for governor. His present job will expire about...

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. — 22 February 1898

:2f 4 I 'I m f- Urn HASTA KAN ANA. 4ffl.ttereKen peeais sd&aa tie sjkt. Tttea that prisa ficieei -wwa tqk- efcsrmfe Tvitkfcoldmg, Tie. Ifeasela, child, tceII ey ysv. say: ,iHaeta.3CssjaasiHaaca.3iaaaa! TJstittcKarrmr. amigo," abrs?-. . Arm Msareela, -nrfcea criasseH zed yellcrvr Peep tkreagk crcea sepals tie reees dUxy, Asd tfcnesk Mack 2ms tke Msgs ef year face is Trtsh. m tiese reses. cMJd, sfcffi yotrmay say 3Sregk yesr saHtnia,.eoy Xaxsela," "Baata Maaaaa! amiga," artray. "Kica sli'a faMeoagaad tie rose la ite pas-io. Waraed. as jm feescsi, -weI& ercr say say. Still it is -arise is year 8-wti efiryfakioH UaieryeKr spaais fae eIy to say: "Hasta. Jfasasal Hat3faMl Until toaorrovr, aaigo," alway. Ithea all is gray asd the roses are scattered, - srts may haTshrekBH that Iseobed so de lay, let 'will tostraw ssxesaes ef serrow Bring tsuIo eyes sad lips that still can sty; "Easta Hasaaal Hasta Mananu! TIgtiltrtwtof iou is heifer today." .Phrase of Cast ilia loads! Speech that's...

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. — 22 February 1898

a. - "V - If so; spend yepr money where they keep up-to-date mer . ehandise. Ours is TJP-TO-I) ATE in every department. 4 ' Sr M . ; - DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. We have just added Dry Goods to our stock and every piece is new. We. are show ing the latest in Waist Silks, Novelty Dress Patterns, Black Goods, Percales, Bradford Cloth, Organdies and White Goods. Prices on Dry Goods tell most when you see the quality of the goods offered.' Gall and inspect our line. " " " t-w In Staples we-afe selling Kearney Home Muslin, ..i.j. .?.at 3. cts Standard Prints. . . . . ;f4$ . . ?3 "cents up Bleached Muslins . .... , ..... 5 cents up Good Denims 10 cents LINING DEPARTMENT. .: ,, We have the best line of Linings' .in 'North Platte. '' ' ' Best Kid Finish Cambrics". Plain Silesias. Double Faced Fancy Silesias. Heavy Sateens. Morie Antique Percalines. .. 1 Plain Percahnes. Lace and Embroidery bept "We have not only the largest line of these goods in North Platte, but the FIN EST IN QUALITY. 7 Men's...

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. — 25 February 1898

t ft 31 -!r-S.ft. (The c - - - - VOL. XIV. "' WW! PLATTE, NEBRASKA, FjRIDAY. EVENING, . FEBRUARY 25,1898. NO. 16? 4? ?t - v S3 . ' We extend to you a cordial invitation to visit our store and look over the moat complete line of dry goods in the city. We are in a position to sell you goods as cheap as any market in , the United States. We are. in direct communication with all the leading wholesale houses. Just received a large line of dress goods, silks, linings and trimmings from the well known. firm.ot Carson, Perie, Scott & Co. handle Chas,,P. Kellogg's Cothmg every garment guaranteed and marked at one price to all. We are making a reputation on these goods that we are proud of. Just a few words why we can save you money: wesell goods for spot cash only; we have cheap rents; all goods marked on the per centage plan; then we get-considerable free advertising from King Credit. . The following are a few of DRY GOODS DEPT. Kearnej Home Muslin, per yard V3Kc Prints, all brands, per...

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. — 25 February 1898

jr. t IRA I BARE,Editob akd PnopxukroK. 8 UBS CBIPTI 0 N KATES. Obo Tear, cash in advance, 11.25 SixXonths, cash In advance 75 Cents Entered attheHorthPlatte(Jiebraska)postofflceas g econd-olBFe matter. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25. 1898. Our free silver friends will no doubt learn with pleasure that Mexico is about to refund its bonded indebtedness and that the new bonds will be made payable in gold. ; JBad General Weyler been in Ha vana at the the time ot the Maine disaster, the people of this country would be a unit in the expression that he ordered the sub-marine mine fired. The somewhat eccentric Rev. Sam P. Jones announces that he will be a candidate for governor of Georgia. There is no doubt but the Rev. Sam will make a hot cam paign for the other fellows. The death of Frances E. "Will ard removes a noble woman, a wo man who gave her life to the up lifting of others. In every por tion of the. world tributes of affec tion and regard havcbeen rendered to'the memory of Miss Willard. Ex-s...

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. — 25 February 1898

j " OLD .AGE. r vlt " "-'J o. un BIBB i m atrra uy rnlBOKa old age, so obb Tipoa pilgrimage be knockiag, ho obs for tts amUeaee waits & jk brigkt, lorayiag troop.' endtt X asodi &Ride out oa the fcrsve lolly cf any qveet, fBgt -B-eariness, the restless shadow of rest , fflloTeriHgly upon the city "broods ill be, then, that those remembering JLsd aleeplesB irate&srs oa the craabling .,2k lowers Skall lose the rant olfhe dtaskwos henrs ?fcick God aaay haTe grant tired of" reckoning. Arthur Bysoss Jh Athenaum. "'' - THE POSTAL TEUli1. BT CHARLES B. XEWIS. As ft posl6ffic8ingecterIdl6 notiear the doings at Shelby until 'two or three of my fellow inspectors had tried fheir hands and made a iailnre cf it ."Than I took tLe case and failed most ig jiominionaiy of- all because Iadded blnn--8r to fairare. f The postmaster rras an. old man named fJEarper, and' lor assistants he had his &wo daughters, one bng 19 and the J&aer 15 years of age. Air. Baxper had peld tho offica ...

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