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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 21 July 1899

- - - - Hi" f 3 f mm a.v UX1UU In Event of Acquittal tho Wholo Hatter to Eo Hushed Up. WOULD SUCH DESTROY CONFIDENCE A I.nrce nnit Increasing Hotly of Itepub lloans Show Sign of Insisting on a Drastic Investigation What U Seen From nn American 1'oliit of Xlcxr. NEW YORK, July 18.-U is now stated, says tho Purls correspondent of. tho Tribune, that tho present cabinet has decided in tho event pr tho acquit tal of Dreyfus at Henncs which is re garded as almost a certainty to hush up tho whole scandal. This Is consid ered in political circles to bo tho vi tal question with which Franco will bo confronted as soon as tho court mnrtlal at Kcnncs has pronounced Its Judgment. In spite of tho wolght of authority of M. Illbot and of the Influ ential papers like tho Temps and tho Debata, people aro beginning to nsk whether such a policy of "hush lng up" and of shielding those who nro responsible for tho terrlblo con spiracy against an innocent man would not destroy conlldcnco In the republic. A...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 21 July 1899

! People and Events. Rev. G. A. Bccchcr was in Gothen burg Wednesday holding services. Mrs. F. A. McElroy returned to licr home in Grand Island Wednes day morning. Miss Hatlie Bcycrlc expects to leave in a few days for Denver where bIic will probably locate, W. G. Kcim, of Lincoln spent yesterday In town looking over the horse and cattle situation. W. II. Turpic has returned from Ohio where he has been disposing of horses at various points. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. D. Cox have re turned from their wedding trip and are at home on cast Sixth street. Miss Dodge, who had been spend ing Bcvcral weehs here, left Wed nesday morning for her home near Beloit. Mrs. Lydia Homier and children returned, Wednesday morning, from a visit with relatives in Pueblo. Jan. Daly has returned from Omaha. IIIh eyes arc very much Improved but he is compelled to wcarglasBcs. Leo Sullivan is in town visiting his parents. Leo is clerking in the office of the car shops in Grand Inland. Dr. Lewis Curts, who is to preac...

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 July 1899

ml -IjA Ofrtlhrac FIFTEENTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1899. NO. 52. City Property For sale by the Receiver ot tuc jsortu l'latte Na tioual Batik.North Platte No. . Lots It and 12, block 6, North Platte wn urn uo b. aumiion 10 tnccity 01 North l'latte, Nel). Location on the corner of Sixth ami Lincoln Avenues. No, 2. Lot 0, block si, of the original town of North Platte, Nebraska. No. 3. Kant half of lot o. block 110, of the orlclnal town of North Platte. Nebraska. Thin property In only one block and a half i ruin inc court nouac nquarc. un mcioi in a comfortable, story and a half, Uvc room frame house. Location Is on Fifth street, between Locust and Vine strcctH. No. 4. Lots 1,2.3. 4, B, fl, 7, 8. 0, 10, H, 15, and 10, Hlock 2 In North l'latte Town Lot Co's. Addition to the City of North l'latte. Loca tion on Sixth street between Madison and Jefferson avenues. No. B. Lots 3 and 4, Hlock W, In the orlc lnal plat of the City of North Platte, Nebras ka. Location o...

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 July 1899

The Semi-Weekly Tribune. I It A I.. IIAHK, I'roprlrlor. TKHMSl $1.25 IN ADVANCE. NORTH PLAITH NEBRASKA. He la tho best poet who construct tho finest castlo In tho nlr. Ohio may bo obtained from pigs' foot and sugar from hogs-head. It's always tho man with tho short end of It who advocates equality. J. Trust fighting will bo harmless as long as It la made a political club. Tho avcrAgo man spends a lot of timo searching for what ho hopes ho won't And. A llttlo authority or a few dried ap ples will puff a small man up astonish ingly. If marrlngo makes ono of two it must bo a continuation of slnglo bless edness. Tho catch-ns-catch-can playwrights will now turn their uttontlon to Mr. Jim Jeffries. Proof readers have an abomination of long sentences. Not so great, how ever, as tho criminal. Lovo may bo blind, but It dictate .1 lot of fool Icttcni that sooner or later got tho wrllors Into trouble ra" A Boor war would give Alfred Aus tin a rhance to change his paco and break into oomo uniqu...

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. — 25 July 1899

-aw V (Atlnntlo City Letter.) This placo Is Thackeray's "Vanity Fair" over again, with a Becky Sharp in view every now and then, and a Hawdon Crawley for every one. Yet at no resort, crowds considered, will there bo found a more even tone of conduct, less license and greater aver age of general politeness and regard for the written statutes. At tho samu time, too, tho city by tho Bea I3 "Van ity Fair" enough to supply tho phi losopher with plenty of material for study and to glvo tho Imagination plenty of mental pabulum In review. An Incident which occurred at a re cent social function nt an ocean front hotel gavo ono young lady something to think about, anyway, for a. week or two, and It had a moral attached to It, tho which was that It Is better to think twice before speaking once. The affair was a dance, and there were present several ladles who had sought and obtained legal freedom from tho matrimonial yoke. To ono of these tho girl In question, who Is Inclined to a rather talka...

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 July 1899

1UA L DARE, Editon and PnorniETOit SUUBOltllTION 11ATEB. Ono Year, cash In advance, , tl.25 Hit Months, cash In advance, 75 Gents' BnterednttheNorthrinttetNebrasknJpoiloffieeM econd-classmatter. TUESDAY, JUIvY 25, 1899. Former Governor Holcomb lias not yet attempted to explain why he "salted" that extra twenty-five dollars per month which he received from the state over and above what, he paid for house rent. Silas ts a rci'idy letter writer, but on this sub ject his pen refuses to work. Onu by one the populist patriots arc announcing' their candidacy for county officeB through the columns of the ICra. Two have announced themselves for clerk of the district court A. D. Orr of this city, and W. N. Parcel of Somerset. In the case of the latter the office is said to be necking the man, but with Mr. Orr in the field, the office will not find Parcel. Gus Heckler is bold and brave enough to aspire to fill Sheriff Kclihcr'B shoes, but as Tim is a shrewd politician and Gus is a uovce in pol...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 25 July 1899

ANNIE 0. KRAMPI1, City Editor. TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1899. Miss Kate Yost went to Kearney this morning'. MIbb Jennie Post returned from Omaha this morning'. A. J. Scnter is having an addition built to Ins house on west Third street. Miss Jessie Dav went to I-cxinir ton this morning' to visit friends for a tew days. Woodman Boiled Iiinsood oil CSo a gallon at Wilcox Dopartmont Store. Miss Annie Johnson returned ves tcrday afternoon lrom a short Btay at ncr home in Brady. Mrs. L. A. Dorrincton and daughter, ol Omaha, are the guests ot Mr. and Mrs. J. u. Minor. V. Von Goctz expects to attend the meeting of the Photographer's Association in Omaha this week. Ross Stcbbins, who spent two months in Omaha after leaving Lincoln, returned home Saturday night. Mrs. Matt Hook, of WclMect, lifts been spending1 several days visiting' her mother Mrs. Jane Butcher. Try Dr. Longley's Little Lazy Liver Lifters. Guaranteed. Supt. Ed Elliott, of the Leadvillc schools, is expected here next week to spend a ...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 25 July 1899

.MiT LITTLE LADY. '"My Utile lady," I used to call her, and tho dlmlnutlvo Incensed hor great ly. "It la auch ah absurd name," she would Bay, "and besides, you know how iTiiuch I dlsllko any remarks about tny ,perflonal appearance. It la qulto mls fortuno enough to bo so ridiculously small without being reminded of It con rxtantly." '"Ah, but one of these days you will !bo great," I would say, and sho would laugh happily at tho prophecy how that happy child laugh of hora rings In my cars oven now and would accuse jno of blind partiality, "which Is," she mould remind mo, quoting a favorlto ixnying of mine, which was prono to recur often In our many literary dis cussions, "only another form of partial Jbllndncas." How shall I doscrlbo hor, I wonder, Ihow put upon papor all tho Incongru ous charm" which mado hor what she was. To tell you of her appearanco is to bllo her character, for tho outward being and tho Inner solf had no slstcr thood, save when now and again, at 'Dome chance wor...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 25 July 1899

HpuvwiPPMiiPi.i, ii 9 i ii hp ppiii MIPUW p' r 4 EX-MAYOR PMNGE WAS ONE OF THE COUNTRY'S GRAND OLD MEN. Itcccntl-- l'nmcd Anny After "Ji Vcry Uncful Uto Tu-eatr-I'our Tcnra ns Bccrotnry of Ilio Ife-tnoeratlc Xutlonul Couuulttco A Ikoui Jiruuiuioll. Tho lato ex-Mayor Frederick 0. Prlnco was a sort of Bcnu Urummcll, reflecting tho elegant manners and breeding of a tanner .generation of Bostonlans. Once, whan .thoro wns an unverified report around town that tho Prince of Wales had taken to wear ing a bell crown hat .and that faithful New York, of combo, and Boston, per haps, would copy tho royal headgear, a reporter was cent .tn get an opinion on hats from tlie ex-mayor, and In cidentally got a story on tho ox-mayor himself. -Well," said he, " a great many persons will always do what tho prlnco does. They aro fond of aping royalty. And so ho Is wearing a bcll topped high hat? Well, I can't say that there's much Mylc about that, I don't remember the iday they wero worn hero. I was a mem...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 25 July 1899

I People and Events. j Lbcrly Woodmansce, of Chey enne, is visiting friends here. K. L. Graves relumed from Omaha yesterday morning-. Mrs. S. S. Kaufman returned to Gothenburg yesterday morning. Uias. Shrader, of Gandy, spent j baturday transacting business in town. - James Nelson came back yester day morning from a short stay in Omaha. Miss Jennie Ware, of Hcrshey. spent Sunday in town visiting friends. Mrs. A. Nothing Poor But Price THOSE, Baldwin went to night to spend a S. Omaha Sunday few days. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Harvey and children came down lrom Cheyenne yesterday morning. Miss Mamie Nugent, of Brady, spent Saturday and Sunday in town visiting friends. M. K. Bamutn and 1i!h family spent Saturday and Sunday in town visiting friends. Miss Allic Beach went to Her Saturday afternoon to spend sev eral weeks visiting friends. Mrs. Thos. Duke and Miss Maud noons lett Sunday morninir Denver to spend ten days. Mrs. M. Macklu returned Friday afternoon from an extended visit in 'the east...

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. — 28 July 1899

w,ihiii mm1P fliWlf 111 Wirt FIFTEENTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1899. NO. 53. City Property For sale by the Receiver of the North Platte Na tional Batik.North Platte Na. 1. Lots 11 ami 12, block 0, North Platte Town Lot Co'b. addition to the city of North I'lattc, Ncl). Location on the corner of Sixth and Lincoln Avenues. No. 2. Lot o, block 21, of the original town of North I'lattc, Nebraska. . No. 3. Bast half of lot 0. block 110, of the original town of North I'lattc, Nebraska. This property Is only one block and a half from the court house square. On the lot Is a comfortable, story and a half, five room frame house. Location Is on Fifth street, between Locust ami Vine streets. No. 4. Lota 1,2,3,4, fi. 6, 7, 8. 0. 10, U, 15, and 18, Diode 2 in North Platte Town Lot Co's. Addition to the City of North Platte. Loca tion on Sixth street between Madison and Jcficrson avenues. No. ft. Lots 3 and 4, Hlock Dfl, In the orig inal plat of the City of North Platte, Neb...

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. — 28 July 1899

The Semi-Weekly Tribune. JltA L. lIAltn, Proprietor. TKKMBi tl.Z5 IN ADVANCE. NORTH PLATTE NEHHASKA. A man novcr bccs if-mself as othcra eco him or as ho aces otncrs. Try to bo plcnsnnt; any ono can be disagreeable without half trying. The Helf-mado man Is always willing to admit tho Inferiority of others. Tho laborer sometimes gets his re freshments Indirectly from tho crow bar. About tho worst thing you can tako for an ailment Is tho advlco of your friends. It Is tho easiest thing In the world to bcllovo a rlcaslng Ho about our selves. It seems Inconsistent that fourth class postmasters should bo allowed to handle first-class mall. History continues to repeat Itself In eplto of tho fact that two-thirds of history Isn't worth repeating. When a man really does stumblo onto n good monoy-maklng schemo ho seldom has enough money to work It. "Usona" may havo a charm, but Im perialists generally should consider tho particularly appropriate nature of "Ex pansla." Alfred Austin says that 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. — 28 July 1899

A IBRffi Some Likelihood of on Epidemio of Pneu monia, FRIENDS CALLED UPON TO HELP. Precautions Necessary to Ward Off the Dif cusc In the Matter of l'roper Cloth Ir.g Articles of Apparel Should Oo Forward nt Ouco Tlio Hancock De layed. LINCOLN, July 2C Spcclnl to tho Omaha Deo: Tho military authorities of tho stato aro In receipt of soveral telegraphic communications from Ad jutant General Barry, who Is now In San Francisco with Colonel Stark, awaiting tho return of tho First regi ment. From Information received at San Francisco it Is learned that thoro Is somo likelihood of nn opldomlc of pneumonia on board tho Hancock and Bteps havo bcon taken by Adjutant Ooneral Barry toward supplying tho returning soldiers with proper and suitable clothing when they arrive. To this end ho has roquostcd friends and relatives of tho soldiers to send chest protectors and other articles of clotn lng to bo delivered when tho troops arrive, which, It Is now expected, will not bo beforo tho first of ne...

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. — 28 July 1899

She jftmi-WwMji Sribmtf. 1RAL BARK, Editou and I'norniKTon HUDSCMl'TION 1IATE8. Ono Vfnr, audi In ntlrance, f 1.23 Six Month, cub In ndTnnce..,., 75. Cent Entered attheNorthtlatte(Nebrniik)poitoa)cBt econdclMmnttr. FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1899, S. P. Moiim:v, of the Grand Island Republican, has leased his plant to Fodrca & Fodrca and will booii assume his, duties as custom collector in the Philippine Islands. Pri:sim:nt McKini.uv has prom ised that in case he makes a west ern trip he will attend thercccptioh to be given the members of the Third Nebraska Regiment at Lin coln. It is said that Ucnton Mnrct will tell the senate investigating com mittee what he knows about the recount frauds. If Marct tells all he knows it will make mighty in teresting reading. Omaha is trembling with fear lest the army headquarters be moved from that city. The head quarters have proven a good thing for Omaha, and naturally it objects to the threatened removal. Onb iiundkki) years ago only a little more tha...

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. — 28 July 1899

Ifdr ANNIE 0. KRAMl'll, Cnr Emron. FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1899. Mrs. Frauk Ilibncr is quito 111 with lumbago. Andrew Weinberger, of Omaha, is visiting relatives in town. Frank Bacon went to Gothenburg on business this morning. Miss Jessie Proper and sisters, of Ogallala, are visiting relatives here. Geo. C. White, the Sutherland merchant, transacted business in town Wednesday. C. F. JenningB, the trade rustler for the Simmons Hardware C4o., is in town today, 1 ' Milton Doolittlc and his son Marstou are transacting business in Gothenburg to-day. Mrs. Jas. Dorram, who has been visiting relatives in Cossad, is cx , pectcd home this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. II. 13. Worrell will go to Ogallala this afternoon to spend two days visiting friends. 'llcury"7VbsT)irc- is down from Sutherland to-day looking after some cattle in which he is interest ed. Mrs. Bruce Chcyney expects to leave to-morrow for a ten days' vis it with her brother in South Dako ta. Geo. 13. French came back this morning from Oma...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 28 July 1899

Tho Admiral Plcasod With Plans for Receiving Him. INVITATION Of MAYOR VAN WYCK It li Replied to and Acceptance Olran The Admiral Deeply (Irutlllcil With Honors Propound Tho Olympla Will Arrive In Now Yurk About October lt. TRIESTE, July 25. Now York World Cablegram.) Admiral Dowoy received a letter from Mayor Van Wyck extending tho hospitality of tho city of Now York nnjl letters from Generals Buttorfleld and Whlttler ask ing about tho dato of his arrival and for any dcslro ho might express re garding tho arrangements for tho rc coption. Ho replied to Mayor Van Wyck by mail as follows: Dear M". Van Wyck: I lmvo tho honor to acknowledge tho receipt of your lottor tendering on behalf of tho city of Now York a public reception on my arrival and tnc hospitalities and courtesies of tho city. In accept ing tho Invitation I dealro to express my deep sense of gratltudo to tho cit izens and tholr representatives so sig nally honoring us. It Is Imnosslblo. nt this timo, doflnltoly to fix tho ...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 28 July 1899

tw 'Own" fnmi PW1 r- - NEBRASKA Dnlh by rll From String, TECUMSEH, Nob., July 25. A a result of a fall of fifteen feet from a awing and alighting .on his head, the first of tho week, Will C. Abbott, 10 years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Abbott, who Uvo near hero, died today of brain fever. - - . i.i.,,! Lout ft Foot. M'COOK, Nob., July 25. Goorgo Morgan of Wichita, Kan., had a foot cut off In tho Burlington yard hero late laBt night. Ho was riding on tho trucks of the midnight passenger train and rode as far west as Uenkelman, over fifty miles, with his foot In tho McCook yard. ICnforclnfr tho Prohibition I.nvr. ST. EDWARD, Nod., July 25. Un dor direction of tho prohibitionists thin town was raided by ton men armed with warrants for the arrest of Whlto & Gibson, Eagan & Clark, Julius Phil Hps, Hahn & McCllntock nnd Pctor Laudoman for selling liquors without llccnso. A supply of liquors or all kinds was found in possession of tho first three firms named. Smnll fox Situa...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 28 July 1899

I People and Events. Bycrs Fink will 'cave in a eliort time for a visit at his home in Abi lene. S. 13. Douglass returned yester day noon from a short visit in Logan county. Mrs. O. W. Sizcmore returned Wednesday from a lew days visit with her parents near Sutherland. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Parr re turned yesterday morning from a visit in the eastern pari of the state. Mr. and Mrs II. S. White re turned yesterday morning from a ten days' visit in Kansas City and other points in Kansas. Mrs. C. A. Iloltry and Mrs. Wm. Brown attended the wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. I). Hunter at Sutherland. Mrs. F, X. Lcmieux, of Omaha, isjthc guest of her sister, Mrs. P. A. Norton. Mrs. Lcmieux expects to spend a month in North Platte. A nn and C Laugdon will arrive from Brooklyn next week and will Hpcnd several weeks here as the guest of his uncle II. C. Langdon. J. D Tallmadgc is of! duty on account of a badly bruised hand, the result of a slight accident while he was working aroun...

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 August 1899

irr finite V . FIFTEENTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1899. NO. 54. City Property For sale by the Receiver" of the North Platte Na tional Bank.North Platte No. I. r.otn II anil 12, block C, North Platte 7,."IIl LS,1 ,Co Bv aiWItlon to the city of North xLia.ti.c' N.CJ': ."cation n the corner of Sixth and Lincoln Avenues. ..r-M ;w"ks,'f the original town of North I'lattc, Nebraska. No. 3. Kant half of lot o. Mock 118. of the original town of North Platte, Nebraska. This property Is only one block and a half from the court house square. On the lot Is a comfortable, story and a half, live room frame house. Location Is on Fifth street, between Locust and Vine streets. . ,N.; 4 rlls ll"' 3l 4 R- 7 and Unlocks In North Platte Town Lot Co s. Addition to the City of North Platte. Loca tion on Sixth street between Madison and Jefferson avenues. No. 6. Lots 3 and -4, WocktW. In the orle . Inal plat of the City of North Platte. Nebras ka. Location on Front street corner of ...

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 August 1899

BURIED CITIES, LAYER UPON LAYER! Rev. J. L Thomas Describes the Interesting Discoveries Made by Recent Explorations in Palestine. Tho search for the hidden archaeolo gical treasures of tho Holy hand goes on with unflagging energy and with tho earnest support of tho sultan,' who, so far from opposing tho work that Christians are prosecuting In his ter ritory, regards them with favor. Slnco tho Issue of tho last firman, tho agents of tho Palcstlno exploration fund have continued with fresh vim tho work that they havo bo succeaifully carried on during tho past fow years. Their explorations havo proved conclusively tho Important fact that a great mound that has been under cultivation for centuries and which Is called Toll-ol-Hcsy, Is Identical with tho Amorlte city of Lnchlsh. Dr. Hllss has demon strated that ToIl-el-Hcsy consists of tho dehrls of several cities, many times destroyed and rebuilt. The first town was built, It has been proved, as long as 2000 1). C., and tho last It Is su...

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