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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 6 October 1899

She Jfaml-WfcMtj ftritiuttf. ANKTE 0. KltAMl'H, City Eurroit. FRIDAY OCT. G. 1899 Regular services will be held at tlie .Lutheran church next Sunday. Mm Justina Ottilia ii' returned Tuesday night from a visit with friends at Chappcll and Julcsburg'. Miss Waitie Austin, of Forest Glen, commenced a term of school In the Seeley district last Monday. America's greatest flour Wash burn Crosby Co. Superlative Hour at W. F. McGlonc&Co. S1.15. Mrs. Sandman, of Chappcll, who line been visiting Mrs. Jos. Ottman for a few days left this morning for .Arapahoe. The Christian ISudcavor society will hold a social at the, home of Mrs J. F. Clabaugh next Thursday evening. Tame M. Kay, Lawyer. A "mystery sociable" will be giv 011 by the ladies of the Methodist church Tuesday evening, Oct. 10th, at the residence of A. h. Davis. All are invited. Mr. C. M. Newton, Miss Hattie Ueyerle and their mother Mrs. Iteyerle returned liist night from Lincoln, where they had been visit ing relatives. Two rooms ...

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. — 6 October 1899

SAVING Efforts to Ameliorate the Condition , - f Tho Cuban orphan fund, which Is 'now fully started, nnd doing good work Among tho orphaned children of the "rcconccntrndos" of Cuba, Is really tho outoomo of tho American commission to Cuba last fall, prior to tho rnlslng of the American flag over tho Island. Tho organisation Is entirely non uoctnrlnn; tho children arc cared for physically nnd mentally, entirely Irre spective of any religious sect. Their condition Is pitiable, nnd tho uccosslty for bettering It Ih Imperative. Tho men at the head of tho fund uro men who havo personally come in contact with tho misery, poverty nnd utter destitution of tho children of Cuba. These- men nro Intelligent, fnrscclng, und fully appreciative of tho benefit which must eventually nccruo to tho United States If theso orphans aro properly educated and trnlnod. There Is to bo no attempt mndo to prosclyto thom, beyond teaching them to bo raoml nnd honest. To better under stand tho terrlblo condition ...

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. — 6 October 1899

DEWEY TAKES Just na ho aurprlscd tho enemy near ly a year and a half ago, Admiral Dew ey took by surprlso the city which was waiting for tho hero of Manila and pre paring a magnificent reception for him. Tho admiral and his famous flagship, tho Olympla, appeared off Sandy Hook, Now York, Bhortly after 5:30 o'clock Tuesday morning, two days before ho was expected, and plans which had "boon made for a great welcome woro somewhat disarranged by tho admiral's promptness, which might, however, havo beon predicted.. The Olympla, receiving salutes from forts and vessels In the bay, passed Scotland lightship bound In at 5: CO o'clock and less than two hours later, at 7:40 o'clock, had como to anchor In tho lower bay Inside Sandy Hook. Tho celebration In honor of Admiral Dowoy'e arrival homo began that night, Instead of on Thursday night, as previously arranged. It was misty as tho Olympla showed up In tho coutheoat, through tho hazo and In the dim light of early morning. With tho admiral's ...

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. — 6 October 1899

Local News in Brief. , Dr. F. P. Dennis returned Wed nesday lrom Dickens where lie had been called to ace J. R. Bangs, who was quite tcriously HI. He reports his patient as somewhat improved when he left. C. D. Wood, of Sutherland, made a call at this office on Wednesday. Mr. Wood says that the people in his vicinity arc .all pretty fairly satisfied with the outcome of their year's work and that considerable interest is now being manifested in the separator station, Call on Dr. Miller of thp Romine Dental Co. Teeth extracted with out pain. All work guaranteed. Office over Strcitz drugstore. Geo. II. Lawrence went west Wednesday night with Chief Engineer Berry. Mr. Lawrence has again entered the service of the Union Pacific and will probably work with a locating party, several of which have recently been sent out by the Union Pacific. Secretary Ilollingsworth,-If. V. Ilillikcr, W. J. Cruscn, P. II. Bar null and William 15brig!it expect to to attend the State Y. M. C. A. convention wh...

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. — 10 October 1899

FIFTEENTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER, 10 1899. NO. 74. Fall Opening -AT- Advertisements are sometimes 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 are as good as our present standing in the community quote below on reliable general merchandise should interest every per son who reads this ad, and wc think -that they will, DRESS GOODS. Silk and Mohair Oropons, Golt Plaids, Covorte, Sorgos, Henrlottns, No vol ties, nil to dress patterns which nro euro to BUlt buyers, wo will furnish tho follow ing drees patterns nt tho following cut prtcos: SOinch all wool Ladies' Cloth in all colore,tri minings coraploto 3,2& 3G-inoh Henriettas, all trim mings complote for 2.85 30-inch WorBtod,nll trimmings comploto for 2.75 32-lncb Worstod,all trimmings comploto at : 1.95 VIM cent Outings at 8c Guinea Clotb, 15 cent quality at l...

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. — 10 October 1899

Oom Paul Waiting for a Declaration or : i . . . an AttaoKt MASSING DOERS WITH ARTILLERY British Hoservep Will llo Summoned to Bring tha Iteglmcnts Up to War Strength Authority for the Statement That nn Army Corps I to Jo Mobilised Rt Once Tho Outlook In General. LONDON, Oct. 7. There has been almost a complete dearth of news from South Africa today. Tho fow dis patches received recording military mpvomcnts at various points nil tend to confirm tho belief that Presi dent Krugcr will restrain any forward movement by tho Doors unless they aro fired upon or war Is actually de clared. It Is now practically certain that parliament will meet on October 17 Reserves will bo summoned tomor row In sufficient number to bring up to war strength tho regiments warned to hold themselves In readiness for scrvlco In South Africa, or about one sixteenth of tho total reserves. Tho Dally Nows assorts that an army corps will bo mobilized tomor row. A dispatch from Mafeklng an nounces that Commandant Cron...

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. — 10 October 1899

LOOKS LESS WARLIKE Oom Paul Waiting for a Declaration or an Attack. MASSING BOERS WITH ARTILLERY rltlli lteiervc Will llo Bummoned to Bring the lteglment Up to War Strength Authority for the Statement That nn Army Corp la to Mo atohtllxcil at Once The Oatloolt In General. LONDON, Oct. 7. Thcro has been almost a comploto dearth of news from South Africa today. Tho fow dis patches received recording military mpvement8 at various points nil tend to confirm tho belief that Presi dent Krugcr will restrain any forward movement by tho Doers unless they aro fired upon or war Is actually de clared. It Is now practically certain thnt parliament will meet on October 17 Reserves will bo summoned tomor row In sufficient number to bring up to war strength tho regiments warned to hold thcmsolves In readiness for sorvlco In South Africa, or about one sixteenth of tho total reserves. Tho Dally Nows assorts that an army corps will bo mobilized tomor row. A dispatch from Mafcklng an nounces that Comma...

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. — 10 October 1899

TO TRAVERSE THE English Syndicate Has The report comes from Europe that an English syndicate has secured n concession from tho sultan of Turkey to build a railroad through tho Euphrates valley to tho Persian gulf. If this bo true, as Is most probably tho case, wo shall soon bo ablo to go by nUl to tho site of tho Garden of Eden, ns It Is located by tho Bible. Readers of Genesis will remember that It Is stated In tho second chapter verses 8-14, that "Tho Lord God plant ed a garden eastward In Eden; and thero ho put tho man whom ho had formed and a river wont out of Eden to water tho garden; and from thence it was parted, and became into four heads," or streams, two of which were tho Tigris and tho Euphrates. It is reasoned from these statements that tho Biblical Garden of Eden was in Mesopotamia, tho district lying be tween tho rivers Tigris and Euphrates. This being tho case, It is no exaggera tion to say that tho new rnllroad which Is to bo constructed nlong the Valloy of tho Euphr...

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. — 10 October 1899

ir Si. f f TO TRAVERSE THE English Syndicate Has The report comes from Europe- that on English syndicate has secured a concession from tho sultan ot Turkey to build a railroad through tho Euphrates valley to tho Persian gulf. If this bo truo, as is most probably tho case, wo shall soon bo ablo to go by lall to tho site ot tho Garden of Eden, ns It is located by tho Bible. Headers of Genesis will remember that It 13 stated In tho second chapter verfces 8-14, that "Tho Lord God plant ed a garden eastward In Eden; and there ho put tho man whom ho had formed and a river wout out of Eden to wator tho garden; and from thenco it was parted, and becamo Into four heads," or streams, two ot which woro tho Tigris and tho Euphrates. It is reasoned from these statements that tho Biblical Garden ot Eden was in Mesopotamia, tho district lying be tween tho rivers Tigris and Euphrates. This being tho case, it Is no exaggera tion to say that tho new railroad which is to bo constructed along tho Vallo...

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. — 10 October 1899

She cml-WffM xMm. TUESDAY. OCT. 10 ,1899 JRAJj BARE, Editor and Proprietor 8UD80RIPTION HATES. One Tenr, cash in advance, 11.25 tlx Months, cash In advance 78 OenU' Kn.redattheNorthriatteNebraka)postoffleeM Reoond-class matter. Republican Ticket. For Supromo JuiIko M. H. 1U4KSE. For Regents of tho University E. O. M'OILTON, WM. 13. ELY. For Mombor Concresa-Sixth district M. P. KINKA1D For Judge, 13th Judicial District, II. M. CHIMES. For County Clork, WM. M. IIOLTIIY. For County Tronfluror, 0. F. SCIIAKMANN. For ShorifT, ENOCH CUMMINOS. For County Sunt , BERTHA TIlOELEOKE. For Clerk of District Court, W. C. ELDER. For County Judpo, A. S. BALDWIN. For County Survoyor, CHAS. P. ROSS. For Coronor, D. W. BAKER. For County CommlRflionor.ttd DIbL, LINCOLN CARPENTER. Juggling With riguros. Under the head of "Statistics of General Information" in the last is huc of the Era ih given a mess of figures from which au attempt is made to show that the members of the populist ring; have been econo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 10 October 1899

ANNIE 0. KRAMPI1, City Editor. TUESDAY OCT. 10, 1899 Mrs. John Ellison and children left this morning for a few days visit with friends in Omaha. Mrs. Geo. Powell, who had been visiting Mrs. Joe Weeks and other friends here, returned to her home in Omaha yesterday. Mrs. A. D. Williams and children arrived from Cripple Creek this morning and will spend several weeks here visiting Mrs. Williams' parents. Chicago forecast for North Platte and vicinity: Showers to-night. Wednesday partly cloudy. The rainfall last night amounted .14 of an inch. W. F. McGlone & Co. are selling Mason fruit jars at the following prices. Pints 40c, quarts 50c, half gallons 55c. Capt. Krater, of the Salvation v Army, left this morning for Nor--yLJnlk,. Neb., and Lieut. Gosney left for Salem, Ark. Their places here will be filled by officers from other stations. Mrs. J. II. Cunningham and her daughter Beth have returned from an extended visit through the west. During their absence they visited relatives in...

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. — 10 October 1899

WW Wf r KITTY'S By Author of Siv -iv fc-v-.v-J- CHAPTER V. "Now, smllff a littlo, Kitty, nnd you'll look almost pretty!'" Meg drew back a paco to survey mo critically. I sat looking fixedly boforo mo' Into tho littlo cracked toilet glnss, and tried to get used to iho now beau tified version of myself that I saw re flected there My dark hnlr wnfl all gathered up high on my head, twisted loosely by Meg's deft fingers to llo In soft, grace ful colls. Bcnenth tho mnss of dark hair my faco looked smaller and palor than I had been UBcd to think It; my oyca had novor looked so deeply sot they wero too largo and too dark for tho Bmallncsa and paleness of my face, and my Hps wero too gravo and too wistful; and yot, on tho whole, I was prettier than I had thought myself. For tho first tlmo In my llfo I realized that my head was well set, that my faco was delicately shaped, that my chili' nt least was pretty. Aunt Jano was giving n party to night and I was In festal attire In a whlto dress of ...

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. — 10 October 1899

'ILLICIT STILLERS. CONSTANT PERILTHAT BESETS REVENUE OFFICERS. Mltn" Iledmnnd Narrates Some Excit ing Adventure! which Occurred In tho North Carolina Mountain, nnd Among the Faitneiies of Teuuciicc. (Spoclal Letter.) Imaclno yoursolf In a country whero tho Marlln nnd Krag-Jorgensen riflo, the shotgun and tho horso pistol aro so plentiful that they seem to lino tho hlllsldo. Try to concclvo yourself placed In n position where you go to death or, lighting from time to tlmo llko a wildcat, you win n victory with out tho faintest hopo of applause. If ns you read this, protected by tho law of civilization, you can transport yduraolf to such a realm ns tho ono Just outlined, thon you may begin to hnvo a vaguo Idea of tho strenuous life that tho United States revenue agents HE LANDED SHOOTING. lead when they aro assigned to raid Illicit stills in tho heart of tho Caro- llnas or -Tennessee. "Jim" Redmond Is ono of theso agents, nnd a few days ago ho told a reporter a few of tho thlng3 that ...

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. — 10 October 1899

Local News in Brief. "CaBey's 400" Co. at the Opera lOA House Thursday, Oct. 12th. PThc Rebekah sewing circle will MAn tn ..I .1 II.. vbt. iu-iiiuiiuw uiicrnuuii ui wii: home of MrB. Fred Weingaud. The ladies' guild will hold its regular weekly meeting' on Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. M. Cunningham. R. S. VanTassell, of Cheyenne, spent Saturday in town looking after some business in connection with the Keith estate. Juau Boyle was up from Kear ney yesterday to attend a meet ing of the democratic congressional committee of which he 5b chairman. Saturday was an unusually busy day in North Platte. The streets were well filled with people all day and the stores all report a thriving business. Saturday morning Judge Bald , win issued a marriage license to Cyrus T. Iiurch, of North Platte and 1511a Keller, of Maxwell. The wedding will occur tomorrow. Did you ever sec an Irish cake walk? Casey has the cake. Will be itt the Opera House Thursday, Ocl. 12th, one night only, Word ha...

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. — 17 October 1899

FIFTEENTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1899. NO. 76. 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 and vicinity have learned that our printed promises are as good as our bond. We would not enjoy our present standing in the community were this not so, The prices we" quote below on reliable general merchandise should interest every per son who reads this ad, and we think that they will. DRESS GOODS. Silk nnd Mehnir Cropons, Golf Plnids, Cavorts, Sorgo?, Houriottns, Novelties, nil io droea pntterns which nro euro to suit buyers. Wo will furnish the follow ing dross patterns at the following cut prices: SGInch all wool Ladies' Cloth in all colora.trlmmiugs comploto 3.25 30-inch Ilenriottas, nil trim mings complete for 2.85 30-inch Worstod,nll trimmings com...

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. — 17 October 1899

The Semi-Weekly Tribune. IRA U 11AUK, Proprietor. THUMB! tlX IN ADVANCE. NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA. BRIEF TELEGRAMS. w A shot from ambush killed DJarld Bey, tlio son of the grand vizier, at Constantinople. Elaborate preparations arc being made at Boston for tho reception of Admiral Dowoy. Whllo making a high dlvo at Pitts burg James Brady, a brldgo Jumper, was fatally Injured. Tho Paris Newspaper, Matin, says tho Dreyfus family will shortly go to Egypt for tho winter. A flro nt Huntsvlllc, Ala., destroyed almost n whole block of tho town. Tho loss la estimated at $7G,000. Prizes aggregating $780 In vnluo will bo awarded to tho students at tho Lead (S. D.) High school this year. Major Bralnnrd, formerly chief com missary at Manila, lu seriously 111 at Nagasaki. He Is on his way home. It Is reported that tho British post roaster general Is considering the feas ibility of Introducing 3-pcnny tele grams. Lord Charles Stewart Roginnld, sec ond son of tho Marquis of London derry, is dead of 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. — 17 October 1899

The Semi-Weekly Tribune. IRA L. HAKK. Proprietor. TERMS I IN ADVANCE. NORTH PLATTE - NEBBASKA. BRIEF TELEGRAMS. f A shot from ambush killed DJarld Bey, tho son of the grand vizier, at Constantinople. Elaborate preparations aro being mado at Boston (or the reception o( Admiral Dowoy. Whllo making a hlsh dlvo at Pitts burg James Brady, a brldgo Jumper, was fatally Injured. Tho Paris Ncwspnper, Matin, says tho Droyfus family will shortly go to Egypt for tho winter. A flro at Iluntsvllle, Ala., destroyed almost a whole block of tho town. Tho loss is estimated at $7G,000. Prizes aggregating $780 In value will be awarded to tho studonts at tho Lead (8. D.) High school this year. Major Bralnard, formerly chief com missary at Manila, is seriously 111 at Nagasaki. He Is on his way home. It Is reported that the British post master general la considering the feas ibility of introducing 3-pcnny tele grams. Lord Charles Stewart Reginald, sec ond son of tho Marquis of London derry, Is dead of con...

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. — 17 October 1899

HOIMSMBT IN IT Some Leaves Prom tho Eccord of Testi mony in tho Bartloy Oaso. .IT IS THAT Of THE EX-GOVERNOR A Orent Lobs to the Btnte That MIrM Hwto Ileen Avoided Filing of Appcnl In tho Cure of tho Stnte Against th Hartley Ilondsmeu Ilocall Some Inter esting Foots. Tho filing of tho appeal In tho su promo court a fow days ago, says a Lincoln correspondent, of tho caao of tho stato of Nobra3ka against tho bondsmen of ex-State Treasurer Joseph Hartley has revived public Interest In tho transactions In tho dofaultlng stato treasurer and haB caused many pooplo to inqu(ro Into tho early history of tho case. Some rather Important and po cullar testimony was given by Govern or Holcomb in tho first trial of tho caao In Douglas county which, for somo reason, was not repeated at the subsequent trlnl of tho caso, notwith standing tho govornor testified at each. Tho failure of Governor Holcomb to mnlco a proper settlement with Dartloy and his nccoptanco of a worthless bond, whereby tho stato ...

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. — 17 October 1899

UOLCOMB'SPART IN IT 2omo Leaves Prom the Bccord of Testi mony in tho Bartloy Oaso. .If IS THAT OF THE EX-GOVERNOR A. Great Lo to the Stnte That Mlfflit Have Heon Avoided VI Uric of Appeal In the Cnrc of tlio Stnte Against the Hartley Hondttnen Hocalls Soma luUr citing Facts. Tho filing of tho appeal in tho su promo court a fow days ago, says a Lincoln correspondent, of tho caao of tho atato of Nebraska against tho bondsmen of ox-State Troasuror Joseph Hartley has rovlved public Interest in tho transactions in tho defaulting stato treasurer and has cuusod many pooplo to lnqulro into the early history of tho case. Some rather important nnd po cullar testimony was given by Govern or Holcomb in tho first trial of tho caso In Douglas county which, for somo reason, was not repeated at tho subsequent trial of tho caso, notwith standing tho govornor testified at each. Tho failure of Governor Holcomb to mnlto a propor settlement with Bartley and his ncccptanco of a worthless bond, wheroby th...

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. — 17 October 1899

TUESDAY. OCT. 17, 1899 IRA-Jj BARE, EDrron and PKOi'iiiKTon HUUHOIlirTlON HATES. One Xenr, cash In Advance,,,,, ... 11.23 Six Months, cash In Advance..., ,.75 Cents Entered nttheNortbPlatt(HebrMkA)postoffleAi second-olais m fitter. Republican Ticket. For Surromo Judjro M. U. UEESE. For lloconla of tho University- K. G. M'GIL'fON, WM.B.ELV. For Mombor Coiwrewi--Sixtii district M, 1'. KINKAUJ For Judiro, 13th Judicial District, fr. M. GRIMES. For County Clork, WM.M. HOLTltY. For County TronBiiror, 0. F. SOUAKMANN. For Sheriff, ENOCH CUMMINGS. For County Sunt, BERTHA THOEL.EUKU. For Clerk of District Court, W. 0. ELDER. For County Jmlpo, A. S. BALDWIN. For County Survoyor, (JHAS. l ROSS. For Coroner, d! W. BAKER. For County CommlBRionor.fld Dint., LINCOLN CARPENTER. It might be well for the editor of the local fusion organ to inter view Everett Ware as to how be found certain populists in the south part of the county; alao as to the advice they gave him. Con Schakmann cannot be de feat...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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