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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 27 February 1900

fa A. A MADMAN'S CRIME. HORRIBLE DEED OP AN PHYSICIAN. IOWA lendlih Doing of a Maniac A Child Cruelly Murdered by a l'romlncnt Doctor In the rrenence of tho DU tracted l'arenti. It would soom that the gamut ol ivlme had been run and every chord of human agony had been struck long ago; that tho possibilities of tragic originality had been exhnustod and that all tho variations of occurrences that have the power to shock and hor rify had boon touched. Tho dovlllsh ingenuity of brutalized depravity and blood lust hus glvon various forms of death and has invented infernal In strumentalities for Its use. But do monlac frenzy is responsible for a deed In which tho heart sickening el ements havo few parallels lu the his tory of tragic events. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wcarley of Hampton, Iowa, were tho parents of a beautiful babe, 10 months old. Tho parents worshiped the child nlmost to idolatry. It was tho mother's life. Her wholo soul was wrapped up in tho little one, and it was watched with anx...

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. — 27 February 1900

Local News in Brief. Tbc March term ot district court will convene next Monday morn ing. Judge Grimes and reported Cary went to Ogallala, where the former io holding a term of court, yester day morning. B. L. Robinson, who haB been off duty for several weeks on account of a broken wrist, was able to re sume work yesterday morning. Jos. D. Hawkins was In from Wellflcct yesterday looking after Home business matters and assist ing John Carver in proving up. We have some fine bulla for sale. LOVfitANU & Bkkr. U. G.Sawyer expects to move his grocery store to the Buzza store room in the Third ward as soon as it is vacated by Rush & Murray. J. S. Hoagland, Albert Muldoon and W. T. Wilcox were among the attorneys who went to Ogallala yesterday morning to attend dis trict court. The Pacific hotel has a new manager, Joseph Opelt, formerly ot Lincoln, having assumed charge Sunday morning. Mr. Opclt is an experienced hotel man and will un doubtedly make a success of his reign as manager...

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. — 2 March 1900

,'j 1 at? t r . t . SIXTEENTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MARCH 1900. NO. II. mxtk X 4. A.. 5 Dr. F. W. MILLER, DENTIST (FORMERLY ROMINE DENTAL COMPANY.) 2 Fine Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. & $ (f)i OFFICE OVER STREIT&'S DRUG STORE. (f & IF IT'S IN THE DRUG LINE BUY IT OF ! STREITZ. You can bank on it being fresh and as represented. O. F. IDDINGS Xj-o.r3Q.loer, Coal Yards and Elevators at North Platte, Neb., Sutherland, Neb., Julesburg, Colorado. NORTH PLATTE MILLS, (C. P. IDDINGS.) , , Manufacturer of HIGH AND MEDIUM GRADE FLOUR BRAN AND CHOP PEED. Order by telephone from Newton's Book Store. 3 FOR SALE From the Estate of M. C. KEITH, 400 Head of Horses Work Horses, Driving Horses, Saddle Horses, Brood Mares, Colts, "Fillies, Stallions, and Shetland and Wales Ponies. Holstein and Jersey Milch Cows, Heifers, Steers, Calves and Bulls. BROOD SOWS, SHOATS AND PIGS THE ENTIRE PERSONAL ESTATE OP THE LATE M. C. KEITH, Located at North Platte and Pawnee Ranch mu...

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. — 2 March 1900

The Semi-Weekly Tribune. iltA I. 11AHK, Proprietor. TKKMSl $1.23 IN ADVANCE. NORTH PLATTE NEHHASKA. Unrequited love Must bo a species of heart failure. Suppression of lioncst Investigation means retrogression. The skeleton In n woman's closet Is usually some other female. The wlfo of a policeman should not expect him to give up his club. Nations, like Individuals, derive their vigor from noblo sentiments only. By wearing gloves you can avoid showing your hand In a poker game. Women who nro confirmed man-haters had to begin on bo mo particular man. Many nn heiress has lost her fortune In an unfortunates matrimonial specu lation. A ladles' tailor has a hard row to hoe. He has to re-form so many of his customers. Great na heaven nnd earth tiro, men still find things In them with which to be satisfied. Tho woman who doesn't earn for drees well, It's cither a mistake or a misstatement. Tho privilege of being nt homo ev erywhere belongs only to kings, to girls nnd to thieves. Flylng-mnchl...

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. — 2 March 1900

4 COL. ALEX. MAJOKS, ORIGINATOR OF PONY EXPRESS IN THE WEST. Ho Ilrgan Freight Service nn tlio l'luliu In 4H unit Dlit n lleiunrkatite ltimt n.MM Kuiployetl 0,000 Men iitul 10,000 Oxen. (Chicago Letter.) Tho man to whom wAs duo more than any other tho advance of civili zation across tho plains of tho great west and who became world-famous as tho originator of an overland frolght lino and pony express was Col. Alex ander Majors, who died In Chicago la3t week. At tho time of h!a death Col. Majors was 80 years old. Seventy years of his life ho had spent on tho plains, nnd Into this time had been crowded cvonts which aro history. It was In 1813 that Col. Majors began his freighting on tho old Santa Fo trail, running a lino of wagons between In dependence, Mo., nnd Santa Fe, N. M. Majors' Overland Freight soon became famous all over tho wor.ld. He was not tho first man to carry frolght over tho trail, but he was tho first man to do velop overland freighting as an Indus try and to lusuro ...

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. — 2 March 1900

FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1900. IRA Ii BARE, Editor amd Proprietor SUD80R1PT10N RATES. On Year, cnih In ndTftnc 11.23 Six Mootlia, caih In ftdtanc... 75 CnU' Entered tthNorth?lU(Nbrlc)potofflo itoond-claumttUr. IIas our friend Lucicn Stcbbintj sank into itioctious desuetude? The recent meeting ot the populist national committee nt Lincoln is a theme on which lie might write a column or two of interesting and burning thoughts. Tin: most effective temperance work in this country is that being pushed by the railroad companies, a number of which have served notice that their employes must notouly abstain from using intox icating liquors but must not enter or loaf around saloons. The proper thing for the republi cans of central and western Ne braska to do Jb to unite on W. C. Mav, of Gothenburg, for chairman of the state central committee. The infusion ot new blood into the coming campaign will not be amiss. Tiikkk is a general feeling among republicans that one county conven tion will suffice th...

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. — 2 March 1900

t i I LATEST OUT! Chain Purses, 7 T. ... n. 1 11 incw acyic vjircnes, Hat Pins, Belt Buckles, Dog Collar Belts, Pompadour Combs, Bang Combs, Side Combs, And all the LATEST $ Novelties in our win- 8 a i i V U. P. Watch Examinor. dow. Clinton, TUB JEWELER $ She Jfeiui - Wftltty SrUiimr . ANJTIE O. KRAMPIl, City Editor. FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1900. Newell Burritt was up from Brady last night transacting busi ness. Mr. and Mrs. II. S. White re turned yesterday afternoon from a brief visit at Beatty, Kansas. Sheriff Kcliher went to Brady this morning- to look after some cattle which had been replevincd. Mr. Philip Picard entertained a number of young people at the home of his sister Mrs. C. A. Demott last night. James M, Hay, Lawyer. J. J. Halligan expects to go to Omaha tomorrow night to spend Sunday with Mrs. Halligan. The board of directors of the Y. M. C. A. will hold a regular meet ing tomorrow night. The com mittee who will handle the work for the ensuing year will be ap pointed at this ...

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. — 2 March 1900

rod Gieverdaie's Adventure. Dy Qeuuard VU, Moplclnoi Copyrighted, 1838, by Robert ttonncr's Sons. CHAPTER XIV. (Continued.) The boat which had brought Torrcvo to shoro was there, with two of the crow. "Where EI Capltnn?" naked one. "I havo not scon him," Bald itob. "Is ho nnjioro?" "Him go far. Ulru leave nt night. Whoro hlrn go?" "He'll come back nil right," Kald Itob. "Tnko mo on board, will you? I havo rim away from Elvln, and they may como after inc. I wnnt to hide." "illdo from Scnor Elvln! Ho! Mm j;ot flharp eye!" ' "Ho can't see down In tho hold of tho 4Blnck Unt, " oald Itob. During tho voyage to Brazil and back many of the crew had grown fond or Itob in tholr own navngo sort of fond ness.. They all fearel Elvln, but nono loved him. "Como!" Bald tho one who was do ing tho talking. nob stepped Into tho boat, they Hhoved off, and In n few mlnutca Hob wan on board. Tho situation was nt once explained by Itob, nnd tho crew promised to help him. Ho was snug ly hidden in tho hold,...

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. — 2 March 1900

IN A FAR COUNTRY. TThwi he came to himself he said, "I will ntlsel" Abtut nro the pnreued plains, abovo the londen skies. While his honrt, llko n cngod bird, bonis Its bars with horaoslok cries. Last night he drenraod tlmt sho camo, that alio frnvo him n mother' kiss; That hor soft hand smoothed his brow with Its touch or bill m mid bllts, And swept nwny from his brain Its awful rcmombrnnee. Ife dronmod that slio lod him forth, back, back over moor nod follj Ho heard the drip of tho stream, In tliauool of bis natlva dell; And snw tho snnrlso break on Iho hills ho lovod so well. Ho stirs In his sloop he wakes and with lilm wakes Despair! Aui Hunger, nrnl Thirst, and Dcnth, mid the snnrllinr swlitu tiro tlirtcl And tho swlue-hcud's reeking garb O dodl Must ho longer wour? Why, tho hired servants nt homo, on his his father's bounty dlnnl They linvo hrnad enough nnd to spare tho fruit of tint flnld and vine While no innn glvrlh him leave to sharo the husks with tlioswhitfl Thou I know n...

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. — 2 March 1900

Local News in Brief. Nathan Post lias accepted a clerkship in the postoffice. Home Forum meeting' at Odd Fellows lia.lt on Monday evening. II. J. Hansen waB able to make a trip into town this week. He is slowly recovering from his recent illness but is still very weak. Peter Schlcsiiigcr came up from Gothenburg Wednesday afternoon to mnkc arrangements for opening a saloon here in the near future. Jno. D. Spraguc and W. H. Aldrich, of David City, are in town looking over the Keith horses with a view of purchasing some of them. Representatives of the Union Pacific tax department are in con sultation with the county com missioners today, trying to effect a compromise on the back taxes. For Sale Black Langshan chickens. Inquireof Louis Peterson. C. W. Fully, of Grand Island, and Soren Jensen, of Lexington, spent yesterday in town inspecting the present high school building preparatory to making a report to the school board concerning its stability. The Rock Island railroad is per fectin...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 8 March 1900

SIXTEENTH YEAR, NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1900. NO. 12. COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS Dr. F. W. MILLER, DENTIST, (FORMERLY ROMINE DENTAL COMPANY,) 2 pine Groom and Bridge Work a Specialty, fa W OFFICE OVER STRBITZ'S DRUG STORE. (f & IF IT'S IN THE DRUG LINE BUY IT OF STREITZ. fYou can bank on it being fresh and as represented. O. F. IDDING8 JLu.aacL'taez, Coal arid. O-xairL YardB and Elerators at North Platte, Neb., Sutherland, Neb., Julesburg, Colorado. NORTH FLATTE MILLS, (O. P. IDDINGS.) Manufacturer of HIGH AND MEDIUM GRADE FLOUR BRAN AND OHOP FEED. Order by telephone from Newton's Book Store. FOR SALE 3 From the Estate of M. 0. KEITH, 400 Head of Horses Work Horses, Driving Horses, Saddle Horses, Brood ' Mares, Colts, Fillies, Stallions, and Shetland and Wales Ponies. Holstein and Jersey Milch Cows, Heifers, Steers, Calves and Bulls. BROOD SOWS, SHOATS AND PIGS THE ENTIRE PERSONAL ESTATE OF THE LATE flfl. C. KEITH, Located at North Platte and Pawnee Ranch must ...

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 March 1900

The Semi-Weekly Tribune. 11 LA I DAUKi Proprietor. TEKMBl il.3 IN ADVANCE. NORTH PLATTE NEBBA8KA. The passion play will bo enacted at Obcr-Ammcrgau twenty-seven times during tlio coming summer, the first iporformnnco occurring May 24. A now auilltorlum accommodating 4,000 persons has been built. During tlio volcanic eruption In tlio Ilawnllun Islands last summer tho nmoko roso to n height of between flvo nnd nix miles, and then drifted away to the northeast. At a distance of COO miles from Hawaii It settled upon tho nurfaco of tho sea, and was then car ried back by tho northeast wind to Its lilnco of origin, whore It arrived a fort night after ts original departure, and rovcrcd tho entire group of lalandii with Its heavy pall. It Is Btrange now to recall that, as a n girl, the lato mother of tho German empress was exceedingly anxious to marry Napoleon III. Indeed, tho mar riage was nearly arranged, but Queen Victoria and Prince Albert strongly disapproved of the proposed alliance, 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. — 8 March 1900

CRIME WHILE ASLEEP SOMNAMBULISM AS A DEFENSE IN TRIALS. A Blnu Who, While Suffering from Hallucinations, Kllleil a Woman anil Committed Arson, Set Free Soma Strange Doings. The plea of Prof. Alfred Morrison of Mount Vernon, N. Y who Is now on trial for tho murder of his wife, that tho deed which resulted In her death and his arrest was done while ho was In a somnambulistic state brlng3 to mind other cases lu which somnam bulism was used as the defense In trfcrin for crime. Probably tho most remarkable case on record In this country was tried In Boston In 1845. The defendant, Alfred J. Tlrroll, charged with murder, was convicted In tho public mind boforo the trial bo gan. Tlrroll waa of good family, but had vicious habits. Ho was separated from his wife and was living with one Maria BIckford. One night the In mates of tho house where they were living heard a cry, a sound as of n heavy body falling to tho floor, and of somoono descending tho stairs. Then Arc was discovered, and when I...

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. — 8 March 1900

TT J 158 DAY, MARCH 6, 1900. IRA L UAiti3,EoiTonA J'oi'Rinioit suiiacmPTio.v hatbb lmr",' cnnhltt BdTftaec,.,.... .. .. ,....... 11.25 , 75 OeaU' flit MontlHi drinlilo advaaao. BtitorcdnUhyottbl4fttle(Nbri)poriofflcoai a b attoil.nl an matt r. Thk republican city committee will moot thift evening and select i dale for holding the city cotivcn tioit. The rnin'cutliti will proktbly be called to meet wulijnweek. so a to tfie a iumpniftn of about three wi-ck's duration. ' ' J. H. l-'oMisTKN. who wni turtuid down for clerk of Hie supreme court, is to be placated by recolt mir the fusion nomination for ntatc auditor. Tin would be a-lticrative poHition for HduiiRteit; lie lias tlm faculty ii makiiij,' more moiioy out of a public office limn any other man in Nebrnnkn. Jlii "ntke-ofl"" from the iiuurunce companies would be extremely profitable. Oi.sv.HtWiMAV KnviM.t: ha intro duced a bill in the house fixing' a salary for fourth dam' postmasters and giving them a monthly allow ance and other...

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. — 8 March 1900

I LATEST OUT! I ft M ft 4 i Chain Purses, New Stylt Girdles, rial Pins, Belt Buckles, DOg Collar Brits. Pompadour Com lis, Bang Comlis, Jide Cojtibs, And all the 'LATEST Novelties 'in our window, 'A TIIF. .4F.WIJLRK. g w U H. WaUa Examiner - 3 She $tmi - rcltty 'Srtbimc. ANNUS 0. KtiAirn, Oitv 'Emron. TIKSDAY, MARCH b, 1900. The U. P'h Proposition. A. r. Kcrihner. tl) roprwontntivp of tho Pnion PnoHlo tox(ferjnrtu)fiiilr,wns in - town Saturday Rial submlttrnV n wrlttou proposition to tho otiuuty com mhwionora in which tho lattor wore naked to nccopt 837,.1O052 as full pay inont of tho company's book taxes, whluh in tho fitfiirognto amounts to nbotit 00,000. Tim eomralseionors rejocted the proposition for the vory good mason that thoy htivn no power to mnkt sutilMi com promise, and evon if tbey did 'novo suoh jurisdiction it is not nt nil likoly thoy would mnkc n settlement on snoh n hpbfy, lu Its' proposition tho eompnny neks for tho reduction of UUcps oa tho grounds that it has boo...

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. — 8 March 1900

t m m m : rod Gleverdaie's Adventure. 13 y tlmvuard MU, I lopUlm CopytltrM. 1K8, by Robert Bonner's Son. CHAPTER XVI. "Thoso who arc with mo to tho death, como behind mo!" said Htnrnc. Less than half tho crew obeyed. Thcro waa a shout from thoso who remnlncd. "No kill the boy, wo all go," uald one. "Tho cub must die. Stand aside! " Tho pistol was rained again, and at tho samo moment a dozen other pistols camo Into view. Starno'a men had some, and Hob's men tho rest. "Tula Is mutiny!" yolled Starno at thoso who Btood by Itob. "I will have you all In prison." Hack In the group tl'cro was ono or llghtor shado than tho rett. Ho had 0, ulte an Intelligent face. Ho had as yot eald nothing. In reply to Starno'a last threat this man atepped forward. "You lie," ho said. "This Is not mu tiny. A crow cannot mutiny only against Its officers. You havo no busi ness on this Bchooner. You havo killed our captain. Wo will not stand by you." "Then take thlal" said Starne, llrlng his pistol at tho man...

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. — 8 March 1900

Pear Blight. Thin subject was canvassed consid erably at the annual meeting of ihi Horticultural Society of Northern Illi nois, held a(. Galvn, of which the Farmers' Review made a stenographic report The discussion ran as follows: Mr. Rue I have had some expe rience In pears nnd also In peaches. I had quite a, large crop this year, the first good crop I have had, although my trees nro young, perhaps, not more than seven years old. I have the Keiffer, the Scckel, the Dartlett, Lin coln, Duchess and some other varie ties, and have never lost a tree from blight except the Keiffer. Q. Whore Is your place? Mr. Hue Monmouth. I think the Keiffer Is of very flue quality. The question in my mind Ib whether it was blight or the borers, that was killing the tree. It would begin to die right at the body of the tree close to the ground, but I havo stopped that. Whether It Is tho blight or not, I don't lose any more pear trees that way. 1 went to mulching them with tobacco stoms. You know there i...

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. — 8 March 1900

Local News in Brief. Sunt. Ebright resumed his duties I at school today alter a week's ab sence due to an attack of quinsy. Dr. JNorthrup left yesterday morning' for Gandy where he will devote a week to putting molars in . , .r ii.-i snapc lor tuc pcopic 01 uiai village. A ininBtrcl entertainment by home talent will probably be given shortly alter Lent. The net pro ceeds will be given to the baseball club. Prof. Brandon, the violin and mandolin instructor, has already secured a large number of pupils. As a teacher he is spoken of very Highly. A number of members of the local K. P. lodge, including the working team, will go to Ogalalla in a short time to assist in instituting a lodge of that order. Mrs. Carrie Lokcr, who had been spending a few days here as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Brown, left this morning for Kear ney where she expects to make her nomc. Mr. Fred Simants and Miss Florence Doud arc to be married this afternoon at the Foster larm by Rev. A. V. Verncr. The cere m...

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. — 9 March 1900

L:.'i:t SIXTEENTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1900. NO. 13. 4 RUSH & MURRAY, GROCERS, Are now located in the Foley block and invite the ntteti: tion of buyers to their stock of Fresh Staple and Fancy Groceries, Flour, Queensware, Ktc. Though quoting no prices in this ad, they guarantee as low prices as any firm in town, insure first quality goods and prompt de livery, and solicit trial orders from those who are not al ready customers. Special attention is called to the Sleepy Eye Flour which is sold on the following broad guarantee Have a sack sent home and if it is not the finest you have ever used, your money will be cheerfully refunded and you may keep the flour. Dwinell & Wright's Hightirade Coffee, (Boston roasted) a superior brand of coffee for custom ers who like the best; and none is better or gives more general satisfaction than this brand. Queensware and Glassware.... A well selected stock, embracing dinner sets and odd pieces, neat and attractiv...

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. — 9 March 1900

NOBILITY Countess Marie Wyanoff Marries the Man Who Worshiped Her Picture. All tho world loves a lover, and tho old, old story In ever now. It In, then, no wonder that there la a general Interest concerning tho romantic his tory of tho Russian Countess, Mario Wyanoff, who lino married her foot man becnuso of hln true love nnd devo tion. Tho Btory hat attracted oven mora attention because of tho fact that tho rich and beautiful Countess served as the model In Curohm Damn's famous painting, "Lo Dalser" (Tho Kiss). Tho Countess was born In Poland, n land saddened In Its political history, but ono which has sought to ploaao Kb unhappy children by making Its daugh ters tho moBt beautiful of Europo. Po lish girls aro also famous for their romantic nnd ardent natures. At tho ago of 18 this fair daughter of tho con quered land married Count Wyanoff, a Russian noblomun of great wealth. Ills riches nnd her beauty mado them a famous pair at St. Petersburg and Paris, In both of which centers of...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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