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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 22 March 1898

M THE PLAGUE. Tho tifo plague crept along slowly, bat sarely. ITirst it took poor old Tepe, tbe blind beggar, ytho -lived all alone 1b Ms little jacal down sear t&e Plaza Mayor. He died. Then it made its way straight p the Calle Alfonso. All tbe "unwashed" got it and even the better people, asd finally tbe gorezBor's fami ly, in their villa close to tbe Press, and alter that well, it became impoesiblfel to keep track of the spread of tbe dis ease. On Tuesday perhaps six families had tbe fever. Tbe next Shu day the whole great town was stricken, and every homse in tbe place, from tbe low est little peon hut up to tbe great mar ble fronted bouse of tbe jefe politico, was ia BMorning. The zaedicos did their best Working day and night, with bo rest, no sleep, doing, the doctoring and the nursing-, too, they battled to stamp out tbe feser leave and did. The governor and his family fled to their hacienda borne over siear Dolores Hidalgo. The jef a politico also departed in haste and 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 March 1898

.- 4 - .W I IRA Ii BARE, Xsxrox akd Pkopkeetor gUBgOKCPTIOSr RATEg. Ose Issr, ewk 1b &dvas, $1.36 SlxXoatbs, eaabia odTuee 75 Oea& KHtwdttfcyerthPlatte(yeteMfcs)portoeea8 8 Ofi0i&fifi fliSidf TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1898. The public generally ladies .especially are invited to attend the meeting: of the railroad orders at the opera house tills evening-. Colonel Hill has forwarded his bond and xother necessary papers to Washington and the postoffice will probably be turned over to him on Friday of next week. Officers Morgan and McNamara made a visit! Tucker's gambling room Saturdayevening at the solic itation of two councilmen. They found only three men in the room none of -whom were engaged in games. The eleventh annual statement of the Mutual Building and Ioan Association is now in the hands of the printer and will be distributed - at the annual meeting of the stock holders at the-court house next Sat Jurday evening. c " 18 lbs granulated sugar $1.00 at Harrington & To bi...

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 March 1898

ill mi 1 1 i iiPHi i - r t - . Wm ' - . - - - - ' - v. - . . . - is2 . -- sr . - V , . - M , ' 11 ill r W III Mi Itlli ll V 2tKIU IKtl FFK1 I ti l 111111 II P. mi im s igso . -- ! : Sft.-r"--,- - v : . . . r -v . . .... . - iMiiaiii- - ... . . . . . : . . . - : JSHL'-- - UJj'HV ? - 1 JIUJtlil 'OiAim JlUSifcA&LA. B3KIJlX .BYJfilXIH JlAitUM' .155. . !EiMJ BTMUfe, MARCS 24 - X ksr" t uiSffrfiT ' SHOE AND NEW SHOES. We've received, more new shoes since ourl!ast appearance in this paper All io jfbfiJier, we've gotten a greatmany new ones, ancl, there's more to come yet. We are jhdng for a dig dicsiness this spHng. We mean to do tlie shoe business of NorfJh Tlatbe, and there's only one way to do it. That is by having theright shoes marhed at the Tight prices. For instance see the Men's new tans at $8.50. Tivo styles in them both made from Yici Kid of the most popular colors. One has a Silk Vest ing top. TJiey are made over lasts of the "best fitting, best appearing and newest shapes, ...

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 March 1898

Ike - Iributtc. IKALIi BAKE, Eeitok and Pxopxietok 8UBSGBIPTIOK BATES. Oae Tear, cash la advisee, $1.25 SixMoaths, cash la adv&Ece 75 Ceatc EBtered attheNorthPlatte(Nebrska)potoea5 eecoBd-riasg matter. FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1898. . BEPUBLIOAN TICKET. For Major " ": JOHN BR ATT. For Treasurer JOHN SOREN SON. For Clerk F. R. GINN. For Engineer CP. ROSS. For Councilman, 1st ward JOHN ALEXANDER. . For Councilman. 2d ward W. R. VERNON. 4For Councilman, 3d ward la. B. ISENHART. srFor Members Bd. of Education ) ROBERT SHUMAN. H. T. RICE. Renewed actiyity in railroad "building- is reported, especially in the South, where it is estimated that three thousand miles of new railroad will be built during- the coming year. More than forty mill ion dollars of bonds are said to have been floated in Europe for this purpose, and this amount, coupled with the large sums being constantly invested and paid out in that section in the new manu facturing enterprises established and put into operation, will ...

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 March 1898

SEWS Bf EEBEASEA.. Maxtlej GrxsteA a Sekeariacr. liracour, 3sidh The ooertl&st evening grasped & reksariag to former State Traaearer Bsxtley, cos Ticted of embezzlement aad sentaaced to 30 years ia the penicentaarj. Aiga cmoc rag set down ibs: April I, PxLTTSXOirrn, 2et., Ifxrch 17. Sol' diers from Tort Crook to tae nnmbar of 30 are engaged in searching the jaeigh nochoott lor deserters. It is learned that several desertions have occurred at the fort xeoeatlj, aad the officers are -making every- effort to capture fhefm gitives. Geaxd Jsulsd, 2teh March 23. The Tesidesce of "William 3. Geddes, a 'brother of the editor of the South Omaha Sun, caught fire shortly after 1 :3Q thk moraing- and -was benied to rtaeground. There -was a high wind . ,uwnu jjcuin ux) uurniweeH, ana sev esal HBtherxesidenoes haraed. The fire vafi a&dcr control at 4 a. m. Graham Is fet Impeached. Xdtcolx, March 1 9. The impeach ment case before the city council came 'to an end yesterday, and theprose...

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. — 25 March 1898

"4: Ik $tnl'W$ttll$ Irifc. rlRA Ii BAKE, Editor akd Proprietor ( gUBSORIPXION KATXg. One Year, cask is ad-raaee,.. ...... ; SIxHofithg, easb in advaaee... 75 Caste 1 KBteredattaeKorthPlatte(Kebraaia)potofflcaa8 e e ooad&ss saatter. . - FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1898. r CT7XAJT XAJHB MEETIKG. We are requested to announce that mass meeting- in behalf of the starving- Cubans, will be held at the court house to-morrow (Satur day) evening. Let there be a big attendance of citizens. t v Charles Newman, late of the . -.City Meat Market, left last night for Portland, Sam Richards went to Shelfon this morning to look after the store which he recently opened in that village. The Enterprise bakery is being repapered arid painted. Mr. Marti believes in keeping a neat, attrac tive place. Harry Barraclough was struck in the face last evening- by the pole of -a passing buggy and received a severe wound. Jacob Miller is repairing the property just east of Streitz's drug store, which he recently purchas...

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. — 29 March 1898

Jjtora 1- VOL. XIV. , 3" NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA,, TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 29, 1898. fTO. 26 .i5 - - - '. . - n - . " - T T, 7 T ' " N GIRL'S SHOES....,,. TAN AND BLACK. ' . We have Just marked and placed on our shelves several dozen pairs of Girl's shoes in Black and Tan. The Tan are made from Kid stock Coin toes Tan Patent Leather Tips and Hooks lace. They are well made. They are nicey made and will wear well. The price is $1.25 for sizes S 1-2 to 11 and $1.50 for 12 to 2. The Black's are the same style and same quality. We have also received three styles1 of Black shoes for children wearing sizes 5 to 8. One is a nice soft shoe, with turn soles, coin toe and lace at 85 cents. Another with heavier sole at 90 cents and one in button with wider toe at 7 5 cents. All are of that characteristic quality that comes from here good. - . DECATUR & BEEGLE, GEO. M. GRAHAM.-MGR. YELLOW FBOjYT SHOE STORE. THE CAR WAS SWITCHING. Bat It Caancd the Defpalr of s Sleepy tectarcr In Search of Rest...

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. — 29 March 1898

-V Ike ml - SStoWM 8tiwf . JLRAIi BARE, Editor ajto PxoFxrwroft 8UBBCSIPTI0K RATES. Oae Year, eb Is advance, tL2& SizMoatba, eaak In. advaaw 75 GeBte EaierexJ attBBortbPla(KebiJpoatofteeaa aeooBd-ol&wHaattar. TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1898. REPUBLICAN TICKET. ITor Mayor JOHN BRA.TT. 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 Jj. B. ISENHART. For Members Bd. of Education- ROBERT SHUMAN. H. T. RICE. Fitzhugh Lee is being- talked of as a running1 mate for Bryan in 1900. In this case the tail would be heavier than the head. Not a word of complaint is heard about the manner in which Fred Ginn has conducted the business of the office of city clerk. He is an excellent man in the position and will be retained for another year by the voters. Nine-tenths of the heaviest tax payers in North Platte will cast their ballot for John Bratt for mayor. This does n...

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. — 29 March 1898

f .FALL, SNOW. Fall, snow, td cease not. Tlake by fldtr Thc decest winding sheet cospose. Thy task is j oat and pious. Hake Ab esd of blasphemies and Tall, fraow, is stillness fall, like dew- On chcxok 8 roof and cedar's fan, And mold thyself on -pine and yew And oa the awful face of man. On quaking moor and xnoontala moss, With eyes upstaring at the sky, And Rrnas extended like a cross, The long expectant sufferers lie. Bend o'er them, white robed acolyte. Put forth thine hand from cloud and mist, And minister tho.last-sad riter ' "Where altar there is none nor priest. -Aubrey de Vers in "Secoliectioas ef Aubrey de Tcre." TO THE RESCUE. On the morning of July 3, 1873, I. y?&s sitting in the shade of our adobe ranch building on the bank of the South Platte, "when I noticed a man stagger ing along the dusty trail to the north of the horse corral. "Some drunken pilgrim' from Jules burg," I thought, for although Jules burg was nearly 100 miles distant I knew that more than one tram...

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. — 29 March 1898

' . " 1 1 : Nab;' - ' -3 -' v3 if : - . - 'ic-S3J6: & r srvi mil . aii iif. (it1. -.111 - 1 mm-'m- w w w m -m fc m mrw m m -fc m fc fc m -w r --1- r- 1S.3 V T.'bTu V nil. ..1.-. I 7 : . - II I "74e - ' " ... r 1 1 I rival-nr a fitip rrv hahv vpstprrtar 4K.rK ....S7jO- ..-w TC-. 111 9 Bk II LM n ...;., - - : I'll - r whon T?nii hps r npxinie sav luct bdu 1 v mi 1 bv w ' 1 .--ca- suMOKirnowBATEg. I t I not iret some rare bargains in. ... 1 UlVlll i UHL 8UBB0KIPTI0K BATES. Obs Tear, e&h la adrasee, Six ICestbs, eaeb Is adTine 75 Gats Catered sttheKortfeFltte(Neferaka)peetoe as eoGd-olieBUkHer. TUESDAY, MARCH -29, 1898. Julius Pizer is moving- into the John Hinman house on Fifth street Mrs. Annie F. Church is enter taining- the Tuesday Afternoon Club at herliome. Rennie's trimmer has arrived. The local grocers are indulg ing in a little sugar war.': Their loss is the purchasers' gain. . Ten bars lOoz. Soap for 25 cents. Hub Grocery Oo. Dr. H. E. McCaw, who arrived here from Belv...

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 April 1898

-hi... t ; r"'" - (Tin Jtori YOL. I1Y. tfOBTH PLATTE, ;M!tlDAt EVENING, APRIL 1, 1898. NO..' 2T GIRL'S SHOES, , TAN AND BLACK. 1 -We have just marlied and placed on our shelves several dozen pairs of Girl's shoes in JBlach and Tan. The Tan are made from Kid stoch Coin toes Tan Patent Leather Tips and Hoohs lace. They are well made. They are nicey made and will wear well. The pHce is $1.25 for sizes 8 1-2 to 11 and $1.50 for 12 to 2. The Black? s are the same style and same quality. We liave also received three styles 'of Blacli shoes for children wearing sizes 5 to 8. One is a nice soft shoe, with -burn soles, coi toe and lace at 85 cents. Another with heavier sole at 90 cents and one in button with wider toe at 75 cents. All are of that cJiai'acteristic quality, that comes from Iwregood. DECATUR & BEEGLE, - GEO: M. GRAHAM, MGR. ' YELLOW FRONT SEOE STORE. t NOTICE. Franklin Peale lias jnst received ten crates of marble headstones for rraves of deceased ex-soldiers. This is the s...

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 April 1898

IRA 3j BARE,EDiTOKA2fD Propxtetor SUB6CXIPTI0N BATES. Oae Year, cuh In advance, 1 1.35 Six Moatkg, c&sh In advance 75 Cents Kates atUwNorthPlstte (KebrukcpoetefieeM secocd-cl&BBBsatter. FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1898. It would seem that nothing-short of ;war wilh in'the eyes of the peo ple, avenge the death of 262 Ameri cans and the loss of a battle ship. A popular vote on the matter would declare almost' unanimously for war. John I. Sullivan's' request that he be permitted to take a lot of prize fighters to Guba.-and.4ick Spain, should be granted immed iately. Let them go to Cuba, whetner they lick Spain or not; we can spare 'em. People who have predicted that the bicycle has about run its course, will be surprised to learn that the manufacturers report that their output this year will be larger than ever before. The bicycle has come to stay, and the horse will continue to go begging--for a market. The Fremont Tribune says: It is estimated that five million sheep vere fed in Nebrask...

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 April 1898

i! ' f rf p quit her," saia Gritly w-he snoked a good, night cigar -with his :.ohuiH. "It's all off. Henceforth it will be lite the memory ,cf a dream; what the novelists call a passing romance. " "But I thought you were engaged?" "So yro were. I had seven warm en counters with the, old gentleman before I gained his consent. She wears my ring, -aud I'm paying for it on the. in stallment plan." r,What's gone wrong, then?" "It's her superstition. She's bright and cultured, but. she's the most super stitions girl that ever came within jny experience. I -wouldn't believe it,. yonJ Jniow'; couldn't at first. I proposed to her on Friday. A fellow in love is lucky to know the year, to say nothing of the day of the week. Nothing must do but we breaks off so as to escape the bad luckr We happened to make tliis,shiffc on .the. 13th, and I'll be blowed if we didn't have to break off again in order to .kill down the hoodoo. Yes sir, en gaged three times and never had a quar- , reL "It breaks th...

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. — 1 April 1898

2-T few.; ?3C i If lev -. r s Sr. ,- 4- i v '.tfijL ; Ge Year, i jkaivaaM, .-,:. ... ; ........ $1. W 7S aMx Xeatfct, wk te dvBe...;t W Oeata ainnnii win afrfca r FRIDAY, APRILS, 1898. - M -A. H. Davis returned last night 'jfrnm a'hsiheRstri'r to.Oma'hn- s, ?V Mr. and Mrs. Charles Richards ' 'Vibf Sutherland, are in town to-day. ."A u. u. Mawicins, or weuueet. is 'transacting businessrin town to day. -, o; i ai . . a ill t i- w: T 111 .! Ifl I I I Illl II II 5J.-. ins- for a protracted visit with - friends in Iowa. 'Miss Allie iewis went down to ""Maxwell this mdrnimr to yislt her parents for a few days. u. v Jjavis. or sianey, is m '. ' town to-day .enroute home from a - .visit to-his farm in Well precinct. v Robert Atkinson and Miss riSerepta Rich, were given leg;al per mission to wed by Judge Baldwin yesterday. . s A. Hi. Huntington nas com- - pleted a.dwelling house for Thos - Simants at the latter's farm ut "the - ' '.points." The manjr friends of Miss Jen nie Carlson will be-g...

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. — 5 April 1898

MMWMBBBaaawBaaaMBBWBaaM if - si He - - i '"''2k ' tor" . :- o v - 4 " IS nmr msmti. A.- ill ' J? Wit jammto- jrar- KaLtMi --- jwbk- v. manami - mmtf mm - met j. m am mm ; .-- C5F -ST" - - 'I -f res re showing vdthOutqMP,fh&: 3fe& cm& nmst aMrac&u collection of "AS&ge gggr i ihigcUzfj and- as dmvTectiji, style, cmd as jood ih lufZ $ tyr asrm shawm XTLdnyohev city, and, at less prices ihhn ofir digger city Itrothers, sell ihmri Lit&ies? fine Tan jcith cloth fops and ledtAjr iopsprGm ;LM) to j&0 Zdies fine: Mdeh ' $koesr cloth top avid leather tapfrmn. t lM0 to $Jf-.Q&. JMens dress &&es im Mach SLSO to $5.00. MeiM, Tcn Shoes to $5,00. $$yff Youth-s. 'Little Men? sT Missesr GWts fi and InfanMs Shoes in all th&prhpml citj OMmcit ; ea wete'Mii yur Jmc H.Da.j; Cfty 1 ,-' m D'RuA TT TR look here t you'll ftuy here GEO:. M. GHAKA1C MGR. TMLLOW FBOJfl r SltUE ' STORE BEE&LE. 7 -W Walteantk were, referrei t tke f War. -Ife- Vi lie' coBceotMf fees...

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. — 5 April 1898

1 r 3 - AS ---aR.: Si $m- Wnli &mt, JLRA.Ii BAKE, Editok axd Proprietor gUSiCSIFTXOK SATIS. Ose Tear, ewb la adv&aee,.... . tLX - ItxMoaths, eaefcle kIvmnhs 75 Ceuta ate red attkBKertiPitte(KfarMka)pofltoeeM TUESDAY. APJRII, 5, 1898. Mexico has contributed $240, 000 . gSfcfor tberelief of the starvinCubans,; , ':gs which is better than might be ex . i . pected from that country. Despite war rumors, the in -'"'- creased in the treasury receipts for t last month over March, 1897, were - $30.64,418. Snrely this is a great showing for the Dingley Jaw. If it has cost Spain 150,000 men Vand $300,000,000 in her straggle with a country having only 1,500.- 000 people, what will it cost her to t "' have a finished fight with a nation of -70,000.000 people? But then Spain is evidently too hot-headed J. to consider the result. 1g Editor Brann, of the Waco Icon oclast, got into a shooting match the other day and his spirit is now in the other world. Brown was a vigorous and radical write...

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. — 5 April 1898

j- .- - f. . , ' - t- J -- -I- - - - . . - E " r . , tie, aad his vstce We saw a i J f : - , JiM.f'lu.s-i: rmSSSStt&ESS-. w-tt- Batik. IlAT6 909ft6 fitBCft1 yBSSPdy Let it fire ae t ias (tread GC Hie nwy ahoad ' "7 . . Wiite w yet leek i Te seek et tae. aK& aaiHaTJaaussra, ffes'PWB Cartel Iet as Inpit as ; listless biBe at the laws AaeLfcirJn Trae m BUm are Aad ear-sea gsiia Where m wfldar ateraa aaaS. seai,. Tiax aaejwissd that -vraves-ifce VMit a Jf) SBaaBBBjaaaaaBBi 0fA3V OWQ V U Tae eld lagfa we Deed, te lere. Leee sJL &aes; ate. : Laage asd aza Boding peaee,, CCTTinag. iatj e'er ue Tasr Cairn midoawm of the pant.' Xjet as res eesselvoiff s batl . TfarxyfiBTa jam: bam&.ta ifc.. xisa ja lagpr tis aas. i U iareweH a Mule waSet ;BEAYB MKBIE. It.:Bapeeaed IS7T wkch g still le-Dvc Tie -wsc bfcweea Frasce a&d Pnonfn Aad ragged I1 a boat tbei, set & soldier had bees ti tiar TilSafj foe irkSaei tbe poasMtig dcilj th wired their stars. Urn aid maAffio lirsi. aloaa...

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. — 5 April 1898

r. " . " fi ' 3- . 1 If I t! O, KRA.MPH, CfeTr Bdeto.b. L2,&BfAX, Air JvlJU .O, AOyO. Isaac Dillon shipped a car of ' tlsocwijgiiWed horses lo St Ivouis yesterday. They were in splendid cxmditk and . will probably bring 'top priced IdMs of North Platte and .riciaiitT ahoHld not fail to attend Scookrs millinery opening on Tferdyt Friday and Saturday of " Ray Barnum. of Omaha, is the guest ot his brother M. K. Barnum. 34r. Barnum is state agent, of the Gleas Falls Insurance : Company and is transacting' some business with the local agent. --Rex.Geo. leader, who has been teackiMg- the Nichols school, left on, Tuesday morning' for a week's 1 ft- ftT rHam& -risit ia Cbzad. On Sunday, April 10th, he will assume the pastorship 5 of the Christian church at May wood; Jfcb. Rennie will have his millinery opeiiinon Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week. List Thursday J. A. Goodman .shipped six cars of cattle to the South Omaha market and on Mon- - day skipped six more. He says tfc...

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. — 8 April 1898

; 1 ? ST -'it.. ribme . -.-V fas. VOL, XIV RORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA; FRIDjil EVENING, APRIL 8, 1898. NO. 29. It vlfT' ''Ti"""" -s?v55 F.V 3at ' - T - - ... 1, L ft-, r. - f V . w mm Iff 1 f HH SHOES FOR TFe shonving, without question, the best and most attractive collection of Shoes ever shown in this city, and as correct in stuleSmirl as good in qual T'fy as shown in any other city, and at less yrices -than our bigger city brothers sell tldm. Ladies' fine Tan with cloth tovshnd Unh $130 to $4.00. Shoes, cloth top $1.50 to $4.00. Blach $1.50 to Tan Shoes $3.00 to $5.00. Youth's. Little and Infai 1 in$ are good, and, prices low. If you'll looh here, you'll buy here. EO. M. GRAHAM, MGR. YELLOW FRONT SHOE STORE. Mllinery Op At tlie BOSTON STORE, MISS ANNIE TULLEY, Cfisimer in this department, : North Platte and vicinity to attend this opening. The grandest display of Millinery for this season will be .jeen in the BOSTON STORE Millinery Department. Will Itefect laterrontlon. 'If ST' YORK,...

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. — 8 April 1898

1 - &4Pf-T ... St-- -.p-x .fl 'is iwt - Br - ;t in .nil m I. :k - 9 kJBSOBiraOV 3UTM. I; Ml APRII8, IMC WifckHris issue The Trib pears in a enlarged form, an cerium instead of a seres paper a heretofore. Tkis jbfcaage icres the size of the pwifer j umMnvu tbHs giving- m eacfc . jtjge lid kiches more readinj aNg- Jbiigattr improvement wklp wfl a6. ikrwftt-'be appreciated, b eeyma who do not bar tea dMtjr' paper, is in the matjfcr m tfcAwaJyn and domestic new ar--rfea. - flBiis class of news wall a Kmm Sw'full, each, issue contawhtg' Hie ew of the three preoadiaf A wi :. Use price remains at per yeirin advance. "JOnt CITY 2ILXCTIOV. 3nult of Tuesday's is certainly very grat ify i n g- WjSSac clRKe who have the best Iwfoar aefas af the town at heart, aael Tsi ,TMKit is pleased to sjgpt &aes wistituted two-tbldhi M Uhose who cas their ballots, " : Tie result is a stinging- afreet, slap in the face, to; fcre orgnen who nave tor t past aaaed as. (reformers. bfrtr wlee Jm fact e im...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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