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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 26 September 1899

GEN. OTIS TO EXPLAIN Information Wr.nted as to Why Ohinamen are Excluded. THEIR MINISTER WANTS TO KNOW Drtlre AdmlMlnn nf Some or lilt Tropin Into the riilllpplnet Telegram From (Jen. Otlrt Jloicartllnjr Vn of Cliurrh 1'roperiy More i:iatlo 1'ollry nn Ki Clutlon of Chtiiauiea, WASHINGTON, Sept. 23. At the cabinet mooting the subject of Chlnoso exclusion In the Philippines was dis cussed at somo length. It was decided to oak acnernl Otis for definite in formation as to what had bcon done, and especially In regard to a particu lar complaint from the Chinese min ister that one shipload of Chinese had boon stopped. General Otis will be asked to Rive reasons why this action was takon. First Assistant Secretary I Hit of the stato department was present at the session on account of the Chinese ex clusion topic. Tho telegram .from General Otis re lating to the occupation of churches by United States troops in tho Philip pines was read and discussed. No ordors will bo sent to Gonornl Otis on...

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. — 26 September 1899

HAS GONE TO EGYPT. DR. JAMES H. BREASTED AFTER ANCIENT RELICS. Ie T One of the MoU Notod UncuUtg of the Ab Occupies the Onljr Chair of Serplologr la America Is a Oruil unte of Yale. Many American people pleasantly ro call Dr. James Henry Breasted of Chicago, who lectured throughout tho -country two Beasons ago on recent dis coveries in Egypt. This, distinguished scholar Is full of tho enthusiasm of his subject, and has again set out for the banks of tho Nile, to bo absent sevoral months In making researches along tho course of that historic stream. Whllo on this trip he will aid a body of Ger man scholars In compiling a new lexi con of the Egyptian language. Dr. Breasted Is today ono of tho foromost Egyptologists of tho globe. As a stu- Dp., JAMES HENRY BREASTED, dint In his special field ho stands high, not only In this country, but abroad, -whoro tho sclonco Is moro fully devel oped. Ho Is noted as a linguist and i3 conversant with tho loading classic nud Semitic tongues. He began...

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. — 26 September 1899

HAS GONE TO EGYPT. DR. JAMES H. BREASTED AFTER ANCIENT RELICS. Ie la One of the Most Noted Ltnculata or the Ace Occupied the Only Chair of SsTptoloity la America In a Grad uate at Yale. Many American people pleasantly re call Dr. James Henry Breasted or Chicago, who lectured throughout tho country two seaeons ago on recent dis coveries In Egypt. This, distinguished scholar Is full of tho enthusiasm of his subject, and has again sot out for the banks of the Nile, to bo absent sevoral months in making researches along tho coureo of that historic stream. While on this trip he will aid n body of Ger man scholars In compiling a new lexi con of tho Egyptian language. Dr. Breasted is today ono of tho foremost Egyptologists of tho globe. As a stu- DJL JAMES HENRY BREASTED, dint in his special field ho stands high, not only In this country, but abroad, "where tho sclonco Is moro fully devel oped. Ho Is noted ns a linguist and la conversant with tho loading classic and Semitic tongues. He beg...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 26 September 1899

fob f mi - WffMy ftrftunf. TUESDAY, SEPT. 26, 1899 1RA.L BARE, Editor and Proprietor fluuaoRipnoN hates. One Year, cash In advance (1,23 Six Months, cash In advance ......75 Cents' Kntere4attheNorlhriatte(Nebraskn)poatoffletM second-cl&ssmntler. Republican Ticket. For Supremo Judtfo M. H. UHHSK. For Itogontfl of t!io University e. a. M'QirroN, mi. 13. ELY. For Mombor Conim-nn-Slxth dlstriot M.l'.KINKAlD For Judgo, 13th Judicial District, II. M. aillMES. For County Clork, WM. M. IIOLTKV. For County Tronsuror, 6. F. SOIIAKMANN. For Shoriir, ENOCH CUMiMINGS. For County Sunt, 1IERTIIA TIIOELECKE. For Clerk cf District Court, W. C. ELDER. For County Judpo, A. S. BALDWIN. For County Stirvoyor, CHAB. P. KOSS. For Coronor, D. W. HAKEU. For County Coinmlssionor.ad Dint., LINCOLN CAItPENTER. In Nebraska this fall the war cry of the ftiBionista is: "anything to beat the republicans." Prin ciple cuts no figure; any old thing of a platform will answer just so the defeat of the republicans is...

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. — 26 September 1899

Y Ut tmi - Wttkty fcrUrunf. ANNIE 0. KRAMPI1, City EnrroK. TUESDAY SEPT. 26, 1899 C. F. hidings transacted business in Julcsburg yesterday. The Fair is showing a handsome line of carpets and rugB. John Langtree, the U. P. bridge man, spent this forenoon in town. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Mason went to Denver on this morning's train. H. V. Hillikcr and T. A. Hedeu dahl went west on No. 5 this morn ing. R. J. Vinton, of Gothenburg, is transacting business in town to day. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Plummcr left this morning for a few days visit in Omaha. The Star Restaurant opens for business to-morrow morning. Give it a trial. Mrs. Rev. Verner left this morn ing for a visit in Denver and Love- land, Colo. Rev. and Mrs. G. A. Beecher re turned this morning from their visit in the cast. John Sorcnson was at Hcrshey yesterday making repairs on the U. P. water tank. A, F. Strcltz left this morning for Omaha on a trip combining busi ness with pleasure. A W. R. C. social will be held at the home of Mrs. ...

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. — 26 September 1899

MONUMENT 0 For years many of tho people of the old south have been planning to put tip a fitting memorial to tho memory of Jofferson Davis. As Mrs, Davis has explained, were It not for tho fact that the south dcslro that the memorial shall bo of a magnitude that will honor to tho full their old leader, ns well as do credit to thomsolvea, such a monu ment would long ago have been eroded. But big cntorprlsos tako n long.tlmo, rb Mrs Davis obsorved was tho case In MVWWWVWWWWWVW MAKINQ CORSETS. And tho I'ay That MolU ICrcelve fur roiliie und Fitting. New York Tribune: Women havo no hand In shaping tho cornet which alio and her sisters are to wear. A rough draft of It Is put on tho model, and the man designer Indicates tho length and the curves by marks, When ;lt ills to his satisfaction n plaster cast 'Is m ado of her figure with tho corset an. From this cast Iron "forms" nre made. A pressura of COO pounds Is 'brought to bear upon tho corsots which nro fitted to tho "forms." This enable...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 26 September 1899

4 T NOVELTIES E WARFARE New Battle-Ship to Revolutionize Sea FightingFor Harbor Defense. Whether or not the art of battleship construction Ik destined to be revolu tionized by the newly patented ttewn tlon of William Weegar, of New York city, rcmalnB to bo found out, but his Idea 1b unquestionably striking. He proposes to uplift from the hull of his vessel, by means of towers, a hugo ar mored chamber running from bow to stern and holding a battery of rnpld flro guns arranged In broadside Two of the towers, one at each end, will bo conning towers, but the other two, of largo size, will bo surmounted by tur rets containing pairs of 12-lnch brccdh loadlng rifles. There -will also bo four eight-Inch rifles, forward and aft, so that, with forty quick-firing guns In all, the armament will bo most formid able. Perhaps the most notable point about this novel fighting craft Is Its Invulner ability. It Is practically shot-proof, Its construction being such that a shell striking nny part of It...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 26 September 1899

Local News in Brief. " Pft Hahnall, o Cozad, spent Sun day' with: North Platte friend. The ladies' gullet will meet Fri-day,- Stftcrutjbn with Mrs. C. E, Norton. ' !Mbs 6sb Anderson entertained thciyoung people of the Lutheran citrch in a very pleaBrtht manner last Friday evening. Miss Salina Ilolcombe is confined to her .home in thia city by an at tack of rheumatism, which com--polled hereto temporarily abandon dier school hear Brady ? A letter, jvhich was evidently In tcudcJl;for , publication in the Era,, was picked up on the streets Sun day evening, The author can secure ;the same by calling at this office. , Peter . Smith, of Sidney, who is i well known to. many North Platte ; people, liaB decided to locate in IGrand Junction, Colo., where his 'daughter, Mrs. A. Struthcrs, re- sides. " Sunday wasahummeras a windy, dusty and disagreeable day, but in, ordeV to.fuliy, appreciate oiir usual pleasant falfweather it is necessary to have a disagreeable day occaB ioniUly, America's gre...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 3 October 1899

tgjtarth litem mi .J i.r ; i- n--t ,.i ,t i.. s-t". '.. FIFTEENTH YEAR. in ' f -nui- imTipuBi(EBTiiteKi; Tuesday f - ogtober. s to'; raws: J0 i .. ... . 1 r 15 Just received the fin- est and choibest stock to at ' could - be pur- chased at the very to : : : lowest, prices... A complete Assort ment of Misses' Jackets in all styles and sizes worth $2.50 to $10 as advertised. Our price. . $1.25- to .$7.00:- Our Dry Goods Dept. Ik fast assuming the proportion t. J)f a.large. city stock. New goods tJL . .. I T t 1 T?! are Decoming crowaea witn x'ine Dress Patterns.and Fancy Dry oods. We are in a position this year to quote you prices that will not be duplicated in this city. Come and examine our stock. W 7 jfa.iOur Gents' l?uriiishftig Jjp Department to to t it . ft 1 L! 2 " 1 'to to' to to to to 1 Is the most complete in this city; The Underwear in this department is the very best assortment our buyer could procure'. ' . GRAND FALL OPENNG Oct. 3d, 4th and 5th, m k4 S. RICHARDS Each year...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 3 October 1899

TWAS ALL FOR DEWEY WswtMagBlUcont Marino Speotaolo Ivor Seen In an American Fort. VmiWt OF THE NATION'S HERO Uf All Description Mule Up the nn riontln; Procemlon Suite fVifwia KUnU The; VTora 1,000,000 YMtara la New York to Wltnei the Bwnaulritl.n Slnto at (Imat'n KKW YORK, Hopt. 30. No Iloman nBeror returned from hta trlumphof Sswfewlc splondor, no victorious king twias homo from a successful war rer receired nuoh a magnificent ova- Ckm mm overwhelmed Admiral Dowoy Oprterday as ho Btood on tlio bridge of Olyrapla at tho head of a mng MMt fleet ot thundorcrs of Uio deep, Mtowed by a thousand vuhscIh of XWMft. each tiered and coated black wUti people, and sailed over the bright wi of tlio upper bay and up tho re4 pathway of tho sun-lit river m tMLSka wcro Ray with mllUoiiti t fegs and ctroamors dancing In tho T3m aky wan blue, tho water rlpplod mar the fresh wind that held ilagn mt straight and Jaunty, and the wharves and plora, and rocky height" mA Brassy knolls wcro black with ttwt...

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. — 3 October 1899

i A "V. i J. THREE WARNINGS. Dr. Townly'a Hps twitched, but ho 'controlled himself, ft was a vcr scrl ous caeo. And he knew that men ar.1 women had died of fright. Everybody in Torbett township know Just what was tho matter. Miss Sallno Jones, a very estimable lady In mlddlo ace, had lala down on Tier bed knowing that she would soon die. Sho hnd rocslred tUrco mysterious warnings. Wberevtr tho oasa was dls cussed and It was talked of now throughout tho township and the groat cr portion of the county nobody oould bo found who had crer heard of an In fitanco whero a pereon forewarned had ver received more than tlireo warn ings. One tho rule. Cases whoro two warning.) were given tho doomed wero cited, but they were not so well authenticated. Miss Jones lmd loin In bed now throo lays. Everybody oould see her falling. Sho had a hunted look; her face was pale, sometimes clammy with perspira tion. She had sot slept mow In three nights. Dr. Townly'a first resolvo was that sho should sleep t...

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. — 3 October 1899

Site ,5'cmi - Wcfttty tMu TU13SDAY. OCT. 3, 1899 lRAU BAItE,EDiTon and Proprietor N HUU80IUPTION HATF.B, r One Tear, cash In advance....... ...... ,,,,.11.23 Biz Month), cash In advance 75 Cents' Entered attheNorthPlatte(Nebrnka)potoffloM ' second-class matter. Republican Ticket. Tor Su promo Judjto M. B. KBKSK. For Kegonts of Uio University 13. O. M'OILTON, WM.H.KLY. For'ajtfoinbor Gongi-tra --Sixth district h M.P.KINKA1D For Judgo, 13th Judlclnl District, II. M. (HUMES. For County Olork, VM. M. IIOLTKY. For County TrortBtiror, 0. F. SOIIARMANN. ForShoriir,. ENOCH CUMMINQS, For County Sunt, JlBRTIIA, TIIOELEOKR. For Clerk cf District Court, , W. C. ELDER. For County Judpo, A. S. BALDWIN. . For County Surveyor, CHAS. P. ROSS. For Coronor, D. W. MAKER. For County Commissionor.nil Dist., .Lincoln cahpenter. The Kearney Democrat predicts the election of Judge Reese. The editor in otic of the many democrats in the state who cannot swallow Holcomb, notwithstanding the latter is very slip...

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. — 3 October 1899

A 4 i ANNTE 0. KRAMPI1, Crrr Editoh. TUESDAY OCT. 3, 1899 James M. Hay, Lawyer. J. P. Crane, of Oslikosb, is visit ing friends in town. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Mason are home from a brief visit in Denver. Ed Lovclaud went to Denver Sun day to look after a cattle deal in which he was interested. Miss Mannie Malone, ol Arnold, has been in town for several days transacting business and visiting friends. The ladies aid society of the Lutheran church will meet at the home of Mrs. Chas. Licrk next Thursday afternoon. America's greatest flour Wash burn Crosby Co. Superlative flour al W. P. McGlone & Co. $1.15. Mrs. J. II. Clark has returned lrom a visit at her old home in New York Btate. She spent Saturday in town while enroute to her home in Garfield. Order baled liny from Harrington & Tobin. The various millinery openings are being held this week and the windows arc a blaze of color. The creations arc varied and dainty enough to satisfy even the most critical feminine tastes. The May ...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 3 October 1899

KITTY'S Dy Author of CHAPTER Ilf.-Contlnucd ) "What la the mntter, Kitty?" ho asked, In a Brave, kindly tone, when lie ail looked at nio for some minutes. 'Nothing," I retnrnod quickly. "Do X look ns though something waa the raattar?" "Yes, very muoh," he answered qulotly, after a moment's pause. I threw my work awny from me, and looked across nt blm doflantly, desper ntcly, with a sudden passionate lni pulso to pour out In hitter words all my anger and resentment. "Yes, something Is the matter!" I exclaimed. "I knew that," he replied, In his quiet, kindly tone. I looked at him quickly, my breath coming and going lit Uttlo excited, angry gasps. Ami In n moment, as I looked, my flash of courngo vanished. My heart wbb heating fast still, but boating In a frightened, fluttering way. "I ought to understand your moods by this time, Kitty," ho continued gen tly. "I know in a moment that some thing had worried you. Toll mo all about It." Tell him nil about Itl I had sud denly realized that...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 3 October 1899

wf'i i A.DOMESTICTEAGEDY HE HOUSE LOOKED LIKE SLAUGHTER PEN. sirs, iowell, it Divorced Womin, Sho irauum, Together with Her Mother itntl William Sourer Her lias band ChnrBed wllli tit Crlma. An attempt was made to murder Mrs. Ruby Powell, nged 30 years; Wll. llnm Searcy, aited 22 rears nnd Mr. Elizabeth Veatch, aged 77 years, who ii-l.uo on a rarm near Ruahvllle, Ind, early the other morning. Mm. Pow. ell Is the divorced wife of Grant Pow ell, who Is connected with ono of the best-known families In tho county. He has been arrested on suspicion. Mrs. Powell and her three children live with ner grandmother, Mrs. Veatch, on a farm owned by the latter. Searcy had been a guest of Mrs. Voatch for sevoral weeks. His homo is In Kentucky. Mrs. Veatch has been troubled with hay fever of late, causing her grand daughter, Mrs. Powctl, to sit up some tunes until tho early hours of tho morning. Tho other morning Mrs. Veatch asked for a glass of water, and Searcywcni out to tho pumn to net It. Mrs...

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. — 3 October 1899

Local News in Brief. Special Brlc oil carpets, anil dress goods at RcjtnicV. Elnjf Balder a doing 60riic extra cleric) vp"r'j jn tlic cAtinty clerk's Thc-Wi'K. C. Is planning to hold a faJCand buppcron Thursday even ing, October 19th. The ;, rcguar meeting pf the city dads vj,U bo held at the county judgeqftfee to.-nig. , , The foundation of the addition to thctitipcrinfcndctit's office lias been completed and the frame-work wilt soon be commenced. - - - - .... M, 11, Cryderman and his son Ar&c have returned from a short visit at M. Bjs home in Solomon. If. B. Fleiiarty spent yesterday in (own consulting with local lead ers' concerning populist prospects. 'the ladled guild will hold its ustjal bi-weekly sociaj qfc tlfc home of Mrs. T. C. Patterson Friday aftprnoon. l)Jlmcr Coatcs iytlhe happy dad ol ti boy of the regulation weight, whjo put in his appearance Satur day morning. , . f . .t the meeting othfe1! Jjuthcrali pynod recently held' at Beatrice, II.i A. Wolfe, of this city...

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. — 6 October 1899

fflbft mhWiuHv Wvxbum. FIFTEENTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, . FRIDAY, OCTOBER, G 1809. NO. 73. JJorttt Jptttc Fall Opening -AT- Advertisements are sometimes misleading. Probably you have al ready found this out for yourself, and do not need to be informed of the fact. The patronage which results from our store announcements comes to us because the people of the city printed promises arc as good as our present standing m the community quote below on reliable general merchandise should interest every per son who reads this ad, and we think that they will. v DRESS GOODS. Silk nnd Melinir Oropons, Golf Plaids, Covorte, Servos, Honriottne, Novoltios, nil Id dross patterns which aro euro to Buit buyers. Wo will furnish the follow ing dross pnttoms nt tho following out prices: 3Gincb nil wool Lndlos' Cloth in all colors,trinitning8comploteS3,2S 30-inch Honriottne, nil trim mings complete for 2.85 30-inch Vorsted,nll trimmings comploto fpr 2.75 32-inch Vorstod,nlI trimmings comploto nt 1...

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. — 6 October 1899

DEWEY IN WASHINGTON Culmination of tho Admiral's Homc-Oom-Ing is Reached. PEACE ALSO IIATII HER VICTORIES. Hero of Manilla Itrcelve l'rora tho Hand of tlio l'reildent Sword Voted II I m by Congro He Hit Jlofore Tliouinnd While Becretnry Long Dl late Upon HI ISxplolU Illc Iy " tho Capital. WASHINGTON, Oct. 4. Tho culmi nation of Admiral Dowey's triumphal home-coming was reached today In tho shadow of the domo of the national capital. Hero ho received from tho hands of the president tho magnificent Joweled sword voted him hy congress in commemoration of tho victory of Manila bay. This was tho official rca son for tho ceremony. But mcro offi cial sanction could nover havo thrown Into tlio demonstration tho fervor of enthusiasm that wuu meted out to tho admiral as ho appeared before tho vast audience, composod not only of all tho' highest officials In the land, but of spectators drawn from every quarter Of tho United States. Tho battlo of Manila bay was not forgotten, but It might bo sa...

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. — 6 October 1899

JFIGHTINGPROTECTION "DEMOCRATS WILL MAKE THE TARIFF AN ISSUE. Its Repeal or Modlncntlon Demanded on the Pretext That In This Way Alone Can the Tnut IVoblom Ho Successfully Solred. Will tho tariff bo mado a conspic uous Issue among tho questions to bo submitted to public adjudication In the presidential campaign of 1900? Opin ion varies widely on this point. By many tho bollof is expressed that In ho light of tho splendid prosperity that has followed tho restoration of tho protective policy, and In vlow of tho enormous extension of our for eign trade that has takon placo con currently with tho unreatrlctcd opora tlon of that policy, tho Democratic par ty In its next national platform will not have the hardihood to reopen tho tariff question, but will discreetly re frain from any ngltatlon thereof. Among thoso who hold to this bollcf wo find tho Now York Sun very posl tlvo and emphatic. After pointing to the splendid showing made In tho sta tistics of our exports of domestic man ufact...

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. — 6 October 1899

FRIDAY. OCT. 6, 1899 IRAIj BAKE, Editok and PnorniETon BUU80IIIPTI0N KATES. Otie Ycnr, cash In advance ..........11.23 Bit Months, oath la advance 75 Oenta' Entered attbNorthPlatte(Kebraiia)poitoffloai econd-clnss matter. Republican Ticket. For Supromo JuiIko M. H. KKKSE. For ItegoutB of tlio University E. Q. MTIILTON, WM. 13. ELY. For Mcmbor ContrrcBS-Slxth distrlol M.P.KINKA1D For JUtliio, 13th Judlclnl District, II. M. GUIMES. For County Clorlc, WM. M. HOLTHY. For County TrortBuror, 0. F. SOIIAKMANN. For Sh'oriir. ENOCH CUMMINOS. For County Sunt, iJEIlTIIA TIIOKLECKE. For Clerk of District Court, W. C. ELDER. For County Judro, A. S. BALDWIN. For Comity Survoyor, C'HAS. L. KOSS. For Coroner, D. W. 11AKEH. For County CommiflBlonor.Dd Dist., LINCOLN CARPENTER. On the Inside pages of to-day's h sue will be found several coltitniiH of excellent political matter. From this time forward one page of each issue will be devoted to political reading. A coon forgcttcr is often desir able, sa...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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