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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 25 February 1898

X- 3 ' 1RA.Ii BAKE,Editobakd Pkopxtetor SUBSCRIPTION BATES. Obb Year, c&sk la advRcce, jJSixlfoeths, caahln advance 75 Gents 'Kit red aUheNorthPlatte(Nebrak)potoffleeas secosd-claMmatter. t. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25. 198. 1'- County Supt. Thoefecke has ;oeen visitinsr scnools in tne west part of tbe county this week. John E. Evans returned this morning' from Omaha, where tor a week he attended, as a witness, the Bartley trial. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Newton entertained a party of friends Tues- if . - 1 - 1 X? Tl I - aay evening at nign live. j,i was given on their fourth wedding anni versary. James McMichael, has recently completed building on the Dick tarm a four room house and a 14x 40 stable. The premises are occu pied by Wm. Gaunt. The Kearney Hub, with its characteristic enterprise, has started in to create an interest in the irrigation fair proposed to be held in this city this fall. The 6-inch howitzer was yester day turned over to Captain Patrick H. Ruddy,of the North Platte Light...

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. — 1 March 1898

Wkt -JJST 4 rYOL.- T NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 1,1898. if- 'i : " NO. IT. Mmtlx II First National Bank, J RIBBONS M , aJye; just received ten thousand i yards of the celebrated Bon Ton Rib- boiis, the best ;'States.":.; Plain and watered ribbon in all colors and sizes, running from No. 2 to 'S0r at very . JN otiGe oxivs sh ow 1 K! i" IN NEBRASKA. jS The Lexington telephone line is now5 in condition for the patrons to hello at each other. Word has reached Columbus that Fred Reichenbacker, who left that place for a trip to Switzerland, had died at sea. - Rising City last week shipped an "average of seven thousand bushels of corn daily and the end is not yet in sight. The Iincoln plant of the Beatrice, creamery will begin, operations next week. It will have a capacity of 30.00Q pounds daily. Rudolph Hummer, of Columbus, was thrown from- his wagon and sustained injuries which, owing to his. advanced qge. may prove fatal. Omaha has obtained a franchise in the Western...

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. — 1 March 1898

it; Star . lEAi BARE, Edetok akd Pkopriktoi. SUBBCXIPTION BATES. One Tear, cask in sdvanee, $1.25 Six Mostka, o&ak in sd ranee 75 Ceats Katerea attfieKorihPUtte(Xebra&ka)posto&eeM eooad-rsl aw matter. TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 1898. The stock of gold in the United States Treasury has now reached in round nutnbersl70t000;000, and is still increasing", while the go in circulation in the United States has also enormously increased dur ing" the past year. It-is reoorted that a Catholic . A. priest at Rondout, N. Y., advised his parishioners that in case of war it would not do for them to take up arms arainst Catholic Spain. The r- a Lincoln Journal says the report of the affair bears the earmaks of the new journalism and that it is fool ish to take it seriously at present.. The suspense in waiting- for the finding of the Maine inquiry board has been very trying to a patriotic people, and it is. pot expected they shall suspend judgment or cease to condemn Spain in view of the news wh...

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. — 1 March 1898

ML DEMON. V5 BY CHAIiLES B. LEWIS. Ob morning in the year 1863'ta the EnffSeb brig Fair Hope was to the "east ofwtf island of Ceylon, bound for the BtniPof Malacca, a man who had been eenlpfloft hailed the deck With the in formation that a monster shark -was ly ing alongside. The craft hadVigh bal Warife; and the fish might not have been jseei'bnt for the man going aloft, as he did; This vaithtf first 'an then tic meet ingwlth a shark Which afterward took thejaame of the "Demon of the Sea." Aboat eight feet back of the head was a Irfmpthe Eize of a water pail, and this excrescence was milk white in color. It was no doubt the result of an injury and was a markby which'fhe shark was known for several years after. It is the custom aboard of a merchant veseel when- a shark appears alongside ancrfbe woricVboard is not pressing to givethe men a chance to destroy their eneio'y. In this instance, owing to the nnusnal size of the CeIi, the captain was anxious to make a capture and carry tbev...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 1 March 1898

IRAXi BARE, Editor and Pkopktetok SUBBCSIFnOK SATX8. Om Imt, euh 1b advance, $1.23 SlzlCofitbs, c&th. In advance 75 Cecta Catered attheXortbPlatte(Hebraaka)pMtofice&s a ecoad-clus matter. Tuesday, march i, 1898. 4M. C. Harrington is recovering iroin a severe attack of grip which confined him to the house all ot last week. John Wood, of Wew York city, "general secretary of the- Brother hood of St. Andrew for the United States, will be in this city on Wed nesday evening of next week. On that evening a meeting will be held at the Episcopal church. Mrs. Mary Gibbs died at her home in the First ward this fore noon at ten o'clock from bowel com plaint, after an illuess of two weeks. She was thirty-four years of age. She lived aloneand duringher sick ness received tlie kind attention of the neighbors. Major John M. Simpson has been devoting more or less time for ten days past in organizing a com pany of "Maine avengers," recruit ing his command principally from the ranks of railroa...

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. — 4 March 1898

YOL. 11Y. ;rN0ETE EElT3rE, NEBRASKA, EE i DAY EVENING, MARCH 4, 1898. M. 18. -1 Ho. First National Bank, NOHTH JPZrA.TTJS, jVJBB, V, 5; TT S "y -T Bargains in all the ton Store. Tlie proprietor- is east purchasin spring aiid sumDierstock. guuuo uu uttuu iiuw tiuu - . j for goods coming, instructions were left to sell u t 1I every tbiiig-r jegajdTess cost, ew-: goods are arriving daily. E7S1TTS XET K23HASSIA. 3339333333333333333393 HugoKruger, of Norfolk, who was accidentally shot Sunday while out hunting, died two days later. Bursflars entered Bassets drug .'store at Sidney Tuesday night and took therefrom fifty dollars' worth, of gold pens, knives, etc. The work is supposed to be that ot tramps. Geo. Wignall, who lives near the .east lineot Gage county, had thirty Jiead of young hogs stolen from his lot a short time ago. They were carried in a wagon and no clues as ,to the identity of the tbsives beenobtained. have At a recent West Point sale -horses brought the highest prices know...

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. — 4 March 1898

JEfce t-Wttl grille. .ISA I BARE, Editor akd PsoFRirrpir, subscsiptiok satxs. 'OhTht, euk la dT&nce $1.25 MlxMoatfct, tub 1b advance 75 Ceats tend ttkeKsrthPIftHe(Kebradui)iKMtof&ou -tseefid-olMsaatter. FRIDAY, MARCH 4. 1898. Sam Jones lias learned that man cannot be-politician and christian at the same time, and has withdrawn from the race for gover nor of Georgia. T?r are notified from across the the Atlantic that in case of war with Soain we need not fear that country will have the help of any European Dower. The nations over 4 A. there have troubles of their own. Senator Thurston was one of a number of senators who left "Wash ington for Cuba Wednesday last. These solons will investigate the condition of affairs on the island as. well as view the wreck of the Maine. The Kearney Hub says when it comes to pushing forward the iiri gation fair at this place, Kearney wants to be counted in. Thanks Two years ago Buffalo county ma tenallv aided in makmjr the faT a success. On Tu...

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. — 4 March 1898

i i . -V -7': Blow, blow, p wind, ihe cloads asid That I rusy see the stars! " la heaven glimmers far and wide . Tke burnished shield of Mars, j; And Jupiter and Venus rido j K Tho night ia glittering cars! f; Blow, blow, 6 wind, the clouds aside ;L That 2 may see the stain! Nay, God has flung his darkness wida j4 . And set the unyielding bars, And day and night, unheeded, ride U The world in glittering carsl ; Wilfrid Wilson Gibson in London Spectator. HIS TIME HAD COME. JThey were five, with the guide, snug ly) j camped up in tho forests of the B&ngeley country, and the day's sport Had been trifle heavy if empty. They " Bad done a long -tranip. The broad fire place yawned a'crackling comfort. There . "Wa3 soothing punch on the table and our pipes Tvero drawing well. The talk had dfted to casualty and'fatality and to t&q exchange of views upon tho hair breadth line which divides tho.chance of life from that of death in peculiar cases. The guide told of ft young fellow who1 ...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 4 March 1898

IRA. X, BARE, Editor and Propkeetoe 8UBS0BIPTI0K BATJ3. One Tear, cash in advance, $1.25 Six Months, cash in advance 75 Cents Entered at the KorthPlatte (Nebrsaka Jptxrtooe as second-Alassmatter. FRIDAY, MARCH 4. 1898. Alfalfa seed at Harring ton & Tobin's. A meeting- of the board ot rectors ot the Y. A. will held at the rooms to-morrow di be even IT IS ALL TAbK When-you hear, people say they can .not get some rare bargains, in . .". . FURNITURE Tn the month of February. We havNe some great bargains for this month as we expect our new Spring Stock about March ist, arid we must have room. We have decided to give the people a chance to get some good goods for little money. ODD FELLOWS BLOCK. $ Mm- E. B. WARNER. We have 15 kegs of mixed nails for sale at $2.00 per 100 poundsHaningtbn & Tobin. Mrs. Fred Perritt is suffering I from an attack of sciatic rheuma tism. , Judge Grimes will hold, a term ot court at Chappell the early part of next week. John Connelly has leased the Bern...

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 March 1898

...i'e-' ; - saaaBa- aaai a -aaaaai aaaaL- m '-aaar . aaaai ibbbbb aaai mm aaa'.' w c -bbbbv -mr aaaav aaaw ' ?aar w aaaaaaw w aaai : "; r VOL. "'v r.mm PLATTE, HlEiSKA;'M'DAI EVENING, HASGH H.-1898., ' ' : ' Tl.'.. .MM r "5 " Jv.- -3 r 1,11 mi ii I, i in- mini - C..' llWMWWrwwrewCTWrEMnuT.-hr h-.-u i Mil I I I "i-nTI 'fm;-IIJLT,,'Jli2ja-J8th. Tuesday for lumber to complete his MCTlUCAlf VC1TT oommiioir. r. (rf yojr eye on the Yellow NEW w SPRING COLORS AND STYLES. Our buyer has been laboring almost r in cessantly for the past six months getting for our tivo' 'stores the best lot of shoes that the opening of any spring season has ever caught us with, and we've been through a good many spring seasons. Labor has its reward, and the reward has commenced to come in the shape of the Finest, the Best and the Handsomest shoes that any store 'roof ever had the honor to cover. There are tjie Ladies9 hew tans in fashion' s most ap- proved shapes, McKay soles, welt soles (ex tension edge) and ...

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 March 1898

V " ,3 - ' .'."rJ, i ' u. 2f .-s? YOL. Ilf. -4 NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA; PRIDAI EVENING, "MARCH It, 1898. NO. 20. '1' "S-af " Ike 5- b ft 34 -'-9 Qot your eye on the Yellow Front? Keep it therejh NEW SPRING COLORS AND STYLES. Our buyer has been laboring almost in cessantly for the past six months getting f or our tzvos tores the best lot of shoes thai th& opening of any spring season has ever caught us uuith, and ive-ve been through a good many spring seasons. Labor has its reward, and the reward has commenced to come in the shape of the Finest, the Best and the Handsomest shoes thafc any store roof ever had the honor tocover. There are the Ladies' new talis in fashion9 s most ap- proved shsipes, McKay soles, welt soles (ex- tension edge) and hand turn soles, leather top and siin vesting top. Some of tlie tops i are all cloth snd some are cloth znlaid In Menis we've got three new Tans, (so far- one at $8.00, and two at $8.50; the $8.50 ones are YiciKid and one of them jias a silh ...

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 March 1898

- , . , ., - . "- - . - . - .. .. . . . c - . . -9 OS- anunanmnw lin r OhTw, e& i ifHM, .... j ...r....$l.JS SlxXebs, MHkki tttnaMr..... i 75 Owati FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1896. The Union . Pacific on 'Tuesday dcnaW"tohetOiia-xf position, making- a total of $130,000 subscribed by - the -railroads enter incr Omaha. The United States supreme court " on Monday handed down a decision in the Nebraska maximum, freight rate case, in which it is held that " the rates fixed by the legisJatiire are unjust. There was nojdissent1 - ing" opinion Ukder a new ordinance which went into effect in Denver Wednes- day, pawnbrokers are allowed to charge their customers but three v Lper cent per month. Heretofore j. they have charged one-half ofrone per cent per day. Commander Brownson fcas-sailed for Europe for the purpose of ex ? amining warships for this country if it becomes necessary to buy rthem. He was accompanied by Charles H. Cramp, head of the Philadelphia ship, building fir'in. ' TirEsineceesity...

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 March 1898

1."- X 'f fh . it. 4fc 1 r. i . 3 - V - - v4- beever vlaats a seed WmaatVttua maA -id -raits to tee It pasa away tfee ckxS JsCTTHStB IB vrOO. "Whoever says the cIchkIs are ih the sky, '""Be patieat, heart .ligkt lcaketkby as.by,' Ireta.ta M oet High. Tfcoerer.aeeB 'sealk -wistcr'a fries ef ssow The silent ten-est of tbe future grow God's power jgust Jcaow. "Whoever lies do-sm oa kk coach to sleep, Cosiest to leokleaeb ronoo in slumber deep, Knows God -will keep. .Whoerec yV'toaorrow," "the trnknewa," ' "Thaaftire," trusts the power aleae .JfS" tHe Ures disown. ' The heart. th&t.looVs on -srlwn p-colila nUua T!A.d.darea,te lire whea life has only woes God's comfort knows. There Is so sabelief. And day iy day &s4 aigkt, -EBCoaecI&nsly, . - xae -aearnsat-UTes Dy xaitn tae ups deny, lf ljGed,:kp-?eth,wY. "s-' Edward Bulwerljytton. Mi.V A-T-.T- 17AT . Tv-O-MTTT-M - When .Meyer came to J?ineville, lie gave, his .aaine.'as Wilhelna Windmeyer, J- . and. it. was promptly changed ...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 11 March 1898

;1RAL BAJREjEditokaxd Pofxebtor gUCKIPTIOKfJATZg. Obc Year, eufe is adTWM, -. .. 9LM glxXeatbc, eaafcl mdraaee A.. .7$ Cfar Smterd attkeaorthgtotte(Kfenwta)pottotB Meowl-claes matter. FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1898. Ten wagon loads of hogs were brought in by Logan county farm ers last evening. Claim Agent Sayers,.o the Un ion Pacific, is transacting bufine$s in town to-day. County Supt. Miss Thoelecfce returned yesterday from a visit td the schools in the neighborhood of Moorefield. Ed glove ix gra, at Wilcox De jaxtmextfaKore. - The infant son of .Mr.'ancLMrs. Gene Keysor was T)adlyt burned- on the arm Tuesday by pulling a cup of boiling coflFee from the table. Dr. T. L. Sexton, synodical missionary, will preach at the Pres byterian church next Sunday morn ing and evening at the usual hour. Alfalfa seed at Harring ton & Tobin's. Arthur Rima has bejran an ac tion in the county court against the New York Life Insurance Cor to recover $140, which lie claims, ihe paid as apremium on a life...

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 March 1898

Xftrin illattc 3 ft VOL. XIV. NORTH PLATTE,- NEBRASKA, FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 18, 1898. TO. 22.: SHOE NEWS , . AND NEW SHOES. r JVe've received more, new shoes since our last appearance in this paper. All to gether, we've gotten a great many neiu ones, and, there's more to come yet. We are fixing for a big business this spring. We mean to do the shoe business of North Platte, and there's only one way to do it. That is by having theri$ht shoes marked at theright prices. For instance see the Men's new tans at $8.50. Two styles in them both made from Vici Kid of ihse most popular colors. One has a Silfo Vest ing top. Theyjzg&made over lasts of the best fitting best aj5pet,7'i7ig. and neivest shapes, soles are madewith the extra ex tention on out sides, and sewed by the Good year Welt process, and have the new bach stav. They are made right they looh and feel right and are right. DECATUR &. BEEGLE, GEO. M. GRAHAM, MGR. YELLOW FRONT SHOE STORE. C'vtttttttttttvIiIttttttttvt "V ; WE...

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 March 1898

Ik mi 3&wMm Iritau. 1EA Li BARE, Editok and Peopkistok SUBSOMPTTON SAXES. One Year, cask in advance, $1.25 ;SlxXoatas, csshih htucj va tresis Bate red t the North Platte ( Neferaeks ) postoftee as 6 e cob d-ol&e matter. FRIDAY.MARCH 18, 1898. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Mayor JOHN BRATT. For Treasurer JOHN SORENSON. For Clerk F. R. GINN. For Engineer C. P. ROSS. For Councilman, 1st ward JOHN ALEXANDER. For Councilman. 2d ward W. R. VERNON. For Councilman, 3d ward L. B. ISENHART. For Members Bd. of Education ROBERT SHDMAN. H. T. RICE. TEE EEFTJBLICAff CITY TICKET. " The ticket nominated by the re publican city convention Wednes day evening" is one which will com mand the confidence and votes of a large majority of our citizens. It is a ticket composed of men well qualified for the respective "offi ces.and men well known to our peo ple as honest and straightforward. In John Bratt, the candidate tfor mayor, we'have a man who has been identified with the interests of the county and c...

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 March 1898

WATSON IS NOMINATED Selected to Head Georgia Mid- . dle-of-the-Road Ticket. sefublioam'gettikg- nrroim: Am Important Coaferesee Meld at tke r Arlington Hotel la 'Waaaiagtea Be 'twee a Seaater HkBaa aa'd the Party Xeaders For tke Parpese ef Oatliaiag the Coming CeacreMteaal Campaign. Atlanta, Ga., March 17. The Popu list state convention adjourned shortly before 1 o clock this morning after a long and stormy session. Hon Thomas E. Watson -was nominated for governor and although ie has frequently de - clined to accept it is believed by some that He will: consent to make the race The i. platform was adopted by the convention as reported irom the com mittee?; although three hours -were spent? ki offering amendments and speechiaaking. It indorses the Nash ville conference ; favors the action of at ' Ti. . . j i i ji cim- wjo organization, commuice as me ou Louis 'conference Jan. la and the hold ing of- a national convention- July 4, 1&8. -JL vigorous protest against fusion is entered...

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 March 1898

t r. t r X IRAXi BARE, Editor and Proprietor SUBSCBIPTrON KATSS. Obb Twr, cash in advance, $1.25 Six KeaUiB, cuh in advance 75 Oats. EBtetdattheNorthPlatte(N8braaka)potofflceM s e co ri d-al &b s e atte r. FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1898. The ladies of the M. E. church will have a fair on the 19th of April. Particulars will be given later. The county commississioners were in session four days this week and adjourned yesterday to meet April 18th. Miss Margarget Kocken was presented yesterday with a case of full-blown measles by some patron of the post-office. Dr. E. E. Northrup has leased rooms in the First National Bank building and will remove his dental office thereto. Every business man in town should attend the railroad employes' meeting at theopera houseonTues day evening of next week. Mrs. J. A. Goodman was called to Oskaloosa, Kansas, Tuesday night by receipt of news annouiu. cing the illness of her daughter, Miss Josie. Buy that new hat of Wilcox De partment Store. .' : , Rev. J....

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 March 1898

i r .... m Jm m wr - -J m m m mm mi i ii i 1 YOL. Mi i tfOEffl PLATTE, MBEiSKA, TDESDAI EYM1NG, MARCH 22: 1898. i 'I 1 I 4 3 3S-. AND NEW SHOES. We've received more nerv shoes since our last appeai'anee in tlvis paper. ATI to gether., we've gott&n a greatmany new ones, and, therms more to come yet. We are fixing for a big business tliis kpHng. We mean to doje shoe business of North Platte, and tliere3s only one way to do it. Tliat is by having the right shoes marlied at the right prices. For pis'tance see tJie Men's new tans at $3.50. Tivo styles in them both made from Yici Kid of the most popular colors. One lias a JSilh Ye'st ing top. TJiey are made over lasts of the oest fitting, best appearing, and newest shapes, soles cere made with tlie exfra ex- ammmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmm tention on outsides, andsewedby the Good year Welt process, and have the new'back stay. m TJiey are made light they looh and feel right and are light. DECATUR & BEEGLE, GEO. M. GRAHAM, MGR. YE...

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 March 1898

IRA L BA-REjEditokaxd Pkopkixtob SUBSCRIPTIOK KATES. " Oae Tear, asa In advance, ,. ILX SlxXoatbs, cassia advasc 75 Ceets Entered attEe2rortfaPlatte(Nebraska)potofflceaa second-class matter. TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1898. BEPUBLIOAN TICKET. For Mayor JOHN BRATT. . For Treasurer toctnt RrYPir.ivRnN'. For Clerk F. R. GINN. . For Engineer C. P. ROSS. For Councilman, 1st ward JOHN ALEXANDER. For Councilman. 2d ward W. R. VERNON. A For Councilman, 3d ward h. B. ISENHART.- . For Members Bd. of Education- KOBEK r StiUAJAiN. H. T. RICE. Graicd Island with a population. of 10.000 has an indebtedness of $161,000; Kearney with 8,000 people has an indebtedness of $140,000; North Platte with a population of nearly 4,000 people has no bonded indebtedness and a floating1 in debtedness of less than 515,000, in cluding the judgment of the water works company. These compari sons show up well for North Platte. The contention ot the "reform" ,. -- - party is that there was an agree 'rnent between the city an...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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