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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 5 June 1900

OTIS ARRIVES ON THE MEADE. NATIONAL CONVENTION IN BLAIR. THE MARKETS DY TELEGRAPH. LOST MINES IN MEXICO United States and Sir Other Powcn Plcco Them There. AMERICANS LAND AT TIEN TSIN ..aw (udilicia .... 1 Illt E mill 111,.. Machine tliins Auburn Ittmla Send lire War Ship tt To!u llrlliiln Already linn Two Thrre and Other Aro Hourly Kxpcctcd. tlnnilH..! n...l Klnt. 11-ltl. Vl-I.l .1 TIEN TSIN, May 31. American, Ilrltlsli, Japanese, German, Italian, Ruaslan and French troops to Iho nuiii b?r of 100 each have boon ordcrml tr. guard tlielr respective legations nt !( hln, but the viceroy here will not allow them to proceed lienco to I'ckln on the railway without authority of the Tsung-ll-Yamen. One hundred and eight Americana with a machine gun and a field gun landed here last night .amidst the greatest cnthualasm on tho part of tho residents. Five Rtyjslan and two British wnr ships have ar rived i Taku and the Drltlah aro now landing. Other wnr ships uic hourly expected. Tluce thousand...

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. — 5 June 1900

Local News in Brief. Mrs, C. F, Tracy is entertaining about thirty ladies this afternoon. A. P. Strcitz is having the in terior of his drug store handsomely rcpapcrcd. A. M. Hughes has just complet ed a 30 x 32 frame house on his farm in Garfield precinct, There was a bad looking gang of toughs in town yesterday, and the local officers kept a close watch on them last night. Closing out Millinery. Tin: Huh. Miss Boutcllc, of Galesburg, 111,, has written that she will be here the first week in July to organize her kindergarten school. Guy Robinson will spend his vacation at Fowlcs ranch on the JJirdwood. Clarence Dillard takes his place in Hartman's store. J. A. Harshficld, who was charged with assault with intent to do bodily harm upon Russcl Powles, had his hearing Saturday in Judge Baldwin's court and was dismissed. J. B, Puller and C. J. Gambrcl were callers Saturday, the former placing his name on our list. The late rains placed crops in Myrtle in good growing condition. Redwood ...

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. — 19 June 1900

Wat Jtortlt fjlattc f cmi "llcehlij Stftrune. SIXTEENTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1900. NO. 42. t I PAINTS. A JTULL LINE OE John W. Masury's Celebrated Paint ON SALE AT, I Davis Hardware Store. When you got ready . call on us and let jj Paint at reasonable TTFmttfnflTMTfmiinTflTFITf ITflTnTflTfnTfMfMnTFIIFmmiTf HAYING TOOLS... . . (MOWERS, ' nivvAi IM1sioKLi GRINDERS, and repairs for same. Champion j and repairs for same. KAVCtAtlA I HAY LOADERS, IveyMUIlc J SIDE DELIVERY RAKE. Call and see them. DAIN SWEEPS. OSBORNE RAKES. LEGHTNINOr HAY PRESS, MACHINE OIL. Locust St., North Platte, Neb. iJttiiuujmu'jujujiiJiiiuju iuiu TH E QU ESTION s often asked, What Paint shall we use? THE ANSWER I If you are looking (or covering capacity, wearing qualities, general appearance, and your moneys wortn, you must buy The Sherwin-Williams Paint. Oootn Uott, Lok Beit, Wears Longest, Most Economical, Full Measure. S RUSHES, OLORS IN OIL, HOUSE 4. COACH VARNISHES, A. F. STREITZ, 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. — 19 June 1900

4i k k k Ml fc fc iU si tt fc! j l! LOST 3 ON THE.. J I VELDT 3 a 7 J f W V, Vt K 7X W l iKWIKWW W K W W K W CHAPTER VI. (Continued." At last they stopped. Soma ono camo up to Dlucboll, and, to lior Im menso relief, olio felt the horrid cloth being untied. The next moment It was drawn from her head, and then light, blessed light, albeit It was only a fnlnt gray dawn as yet, Hooded her oyes. Bluebell uttered n half-sobblnn cry and looked nrotind at her compan ions, then at herself. They were In tho mldet of n great stretch of arid "karoo" nothing but red eand, unrelieved by bush, grass or sign of wnter, stretched about them. Around, however, roan great black craggy rocks, with what seemed llko a sandy ravine between, but tho light was so dim Dluoboll could not bo sure. Sho was sure of cno thing: That shu had never boon thoro bofore. 8ho could only guess that they were about to enter a pass In the mountain which Heparatnd Natal from tho Transvaal and tho Oranga Froo Stato. She looked ...

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. — 19 June 1900

"A Silent Shy Divinity." The eyes of Lena Scharff were of tho color of ptirplo violet, but they looked out upon tho world In such be wilderment for the reason that their observations wero supplemented by no audible message. In other words, tho little child had no volco with which to speak her thoughts and no hearing by which the thoughts of others could reach her. She was one of a big family, and all of tho rest wero without physical or menial defect. They were, Indeed, a robustious fnmllly, Intelligent, frugal and Industrious. Tho neighbors thought well of thorn. Mrs. Scharff had the reputation of being tho best housekeeper on the block. Josepn Scharff, a contractor for ornamental 8toe work, was accounted a success ful and lino workman. Tho boys and girls were bright at school; they wero tent to tho turners for physical de velopment at tho carUest possible age, and they wero conspicuous among tho pupils of a dancing school popular among tho well-to-do Germans in their community. Mo...

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. — 19 June 1900

I KUr tttmf . SIlfMttfit fflriV.ititr. CVH -,V.1, TL tSSDAY. JUNE 19, WOO. IRAIj BAIlE,EDiTort and Proi'iuktok HUIIHOHIVTION HATKB. One Year, cash In advance ...I1.2S fill Mouthi, ensb In advance .....75 OenU' RntredltheNorthritte(NbrMks)po8tafflees econd-AlMitnatter. William McKini.i:v will be re nominate:! by acclamation at Phila delphia tomorrow, and next No vember the voters of the country will see that he is re-elected. Aktkk considering the matter for several months, we understand the fusionists of the county will tender l II. lCdmo'ids the nomination for county attorney. Mr. lStlmoiids is perhaps the most logical candidate. At present Nebraska stands first in its prospects for a large wheat crop. Now if Mark Hanna will just keep off the bug crop and hail BtormB for two weeks longer, a majority of the voters of the state will no doubt cast their ballots for the republican presidential electors. WniiN Governor Poyntcr helped out the railroads on the assessment of their property...

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. — 19 June 1900

I Wedding Presents s and Novelties. We have a fine line or 5J Fancy Articles suitable rt for Wedding Gifts Vases $ Clocks, Caudclabras,Uak- & ing Dishes. Cut Glass and $ Sterling Silver pieces. S Don't form?! Hint wc enrrv W jj$ Hicvcles in stock at prices Si tliat arc right. $ Clinton, it TIIU JEWELER, g 5 U. P. 'Watch Examiner. 0 s.a3'3l'a.3''l3!3,93l3'fl,', lie cmi - Wfrftty SrUmnc. TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1900. 10. K. Ripley will begin market i ii y red raspberries next week. Attorney Dcclcr transacted legal business in Paxtou yesterday. Clarence Kcdtnond lias accepted a position with Harrington & Tobin. V. II. C. Woodhurst is home a two weeks' business trip in the cast part of the state. Mtb. Nettie Reynolds, of Denver, sister of the KiUmiller boys, is spending a few days in town Miss Bainbridgc of Kansas City and Miss Griffith of Omaha arc the gitcsts of their uncle, Rev. Moore. Mrs. V. l Cody will probably spend part ol the heated term in the Big Horn basin with a party of ...

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. — 19 June 1900

The Semi-Weekly Tribune. IRA L. BAltK, Proprietor. TKKMBl UB IN ADVANOE. NORTH PLATTK - NEBBA8KA. DniFE TELEGRAMS. Tho meat Inspection bill lias not yet passed tho bundesrnth. Five now cases of plague have been discovered In Mo Jnnolro. It Is now Bald thnt the Spanish can non at Kansas City Is loaded. At Berlin tho relchBtag adopted sev eral clauses of the naval bill. The remains of Mrs. John Sher man woro buried at Mansfield, O. Tho United States training ship Buffalo has left London for Southamp ton. It has btcn declared in Havana that Cuban "Justice" is merely a matter of money. W. L. Distan of Illinois has been nominated to bo surveyor general of Alaska. King Oscar of Sweden and Norway has arrlvod at Paris to attend tho ex position. General John C. Thompson of Chey enne, Wyo., has decided not to run for congress. Dr. Paul Qlbler, a prominent physi cian of Huffcrn, N. Y., was killed In a runaway. The democrats of West Virginia have nominated James M. Holt for governor. Congressma...

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. — 19 June 1900

III ITot Ona Word Received From Threatened Capital In Twenty-Tour Honrs. BOXERS ENTRENCHED OUTSIDE CITY Juris Art Trained on American MlMlon nnd Mrltlslt location Over 8,000 Hue slnn Cavalry nt'Taku Minister Conger Reported to Ilnve Asked for Largo Number of Marines. LONDON, Juno 14.-5:05 a. m. Pe lltt appears to bo complotoly Isolated. Nono of tho morning papers or news agencies havo a word from "there di rect today. Tho latest message re ceived In London Is tho ono announc ing that tho Chinese are entrenching outsldo tho capital. LONDON, Juno 14.-4:20 a. m. Tho Chlnose aro entrenching outsldo of Po kln to oppose tho advance of tho In ternational column. A dispatch from Tlon Tain, dated Tuesday, Juno 12, says: "I learn that tho Chlnoso havo guna trained on tho American mission and tho British legations. "Two thousand Russian cavalry and Infantry with artillery havo landed at Toku." Tho Shanghai correspondents report that United States Mlnlstor Conger, hy courier, aBks for 2,000 Uni...

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. — 19 June 1900

yyvwvw Local News in Brief. vww P. H. McEvoy is putting la his spare hours repainting' his house, Art Fonda was taken to Omaha Sunday night to receive treatment lor his eyes. The city council will consider the electric light proposition at the meeting this evening. John Jones fell from the scaffold ing at the ice houses Friday and sustained a badly sprained ankle. The meeting of the RcbckaliB, which was announced for Thurs day next, has been indefinitely postponed. Lieut. Geo. T. Patterson will spend next Monday in town while enroute to his new station at Fort ress Monroe. J. L. Bristol, who is playing in Cullin's circus band, renewed ac quaintance with Nerth Platte friends Saturday. P. W. Sitton sold a fine Shaw piano to J. C. Orr Saturday, and a few days ago sold an Etncrson to Don Dcvinc, of Sidney. For Sam: A desirable residence property in west end. Nice lawn and shade trees. Price $1,100. Inquire of Butler Buchanan, We learn from the Grand Island papers that Mrs. Jennie Criswc...

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. — 26 June 1900

s SIXTEENTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, JUNE 2G, 1900. NO. RENNIE'S I RENNIE'S I RENNIE'S I CLOSING Oil Summer Goods. No more need be said, examine for yourself and glance at It V, vnlllntl Knlr,,.. V7G Pin CTPirTI V AC WR AHVPR TISE In order to gat these values, you must ask for the Im fi rl vnPttunt immtti rr itnil $t lew nycrs. Kcmcmucr we FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. T 2,000 pair Children's Ironclad Hose 25c value, 17 4 c. Fine 75c 72-inch Table Linen only 47k. All Corsets to be closed out at cost and less. 2,000 Patterns in Silk, worth $1.25 and $1.75 now only per yard, 95c. Beautiful Orpandics 20c, value now 14 l-2c. Fine 15c and 20c Barred Muslin, now only 10c and 12 l-2c. A bitr line of elegant i and 8c, only 5c JL Big line of Crepons Crepons worth $1.50, and $1.75 now only UUc. Bed Spreads, worth $1.50 and $1.75 now 99c. Bed Spreads worth $1.25 now 89c. IP YOU WANT GOOD GOODS AT LOW PRICES, OOME HERE. Carpets, Linoleum and Matting a Specialty HAYING TOOLS.., i s iJ ...

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. — 26 June 1900

i4t fc fc At k k ji k st fc ii LOST ON THE.... VELDT 9 4 A.I JVC Vt I f? ? K K W W W J i CHAPTER VII. (Continued.) Thoy rodo nil night straight on without a halt. It was a desolate country, uninhabited by natlvo or white man, and far romoved from any railway Uric; but Rothos felt certain It was the direction taken by Moore In order to get Into the Free State. It was In tho early dawn that thoy camo to a narrow spruit (stream), whoso banks wero different from tho dry, sandy veldt, soft and muddy. Horo thoy dismounted, and Ilenrlch, tho little Zulu, examined tho mud at tentively, uttored a llttlo cry. "Baah! horses and of mcnl One, two man's largo footmarks, and ono Bmall wom an's or child's. We have tracked them and they nro not beforo ua; I am sure of that" Rothoa sprang to his r.ldo and soon convinced himself that Ilenrlch was right Ills excitement could hardly bo kept In chock. "Wo must press on, Honrlch!" ho exclaimed. "It Is hard on tho poor boasts, I know, but thcro is no tlmo ...

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. — 26 June 1900

FUN WITH Dreadful execution la done sometimes by the man behind tho type. Onco a newspaper man- wrote an "ad" for a . theater, and In It said: From halr-psst tight till "nslf-pBst ten Tuu laugh and laugh and lauxh again. Tho stylo on that paper called for ex pressing the hours by figures; so when the "ad" appeared It read like this: From 8.80 to 10.10. Tou lMlh and laugh nnd laugh again. Sometimes the proofreader falls to cor rect, and sometimes he doth correct too much. The sporting editor of a Ban Kran Cisco newspaper had among his notes an Item which sold "The young salmon aro beginning td run." Tho next morning the sttt' merit was printed on his pago that'The young salmon are beginning to swim." When the editor asked how It had happened tho proofreader said cheerily: "That's all right. Hilly. You had that mixed up with your turf stuff, but I straightened It out for you." "Out why didn't you let It go as I wrote It?" persisted the editor. "I couldn't,'"' was the reply. "Who ever ...

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 June 1900

TUESDAY, JUN15 26, 1900. lttA Ii BARE, Editor and PitorntETOit BUIIHOHIfTION nATEB. One Year, cash In advance, 11.151 flit MoDthi, cash la ndrnnea 75 Cents' Entered allheNorthrlatte(Nebrnakn)poitoaeef econd-classmntter. Republican Ticket. NATIONAL. For Profllilont, WILLI AN McKINLKV. For Vlco-Prcflidont, THEODOllB IIOOSHVELT. STATE. For Govomor, OIIAPvLES II. DIETUICH. For Lioutoiinnt Oovornor, E. P. SAVAGE, For Hoorotnry of Stnto, UKOKMB W. MAKSIt. For Tronmiror. WILLIAM STEUFFEU. For Auditor, CIIAULES WESTON. For Attornoy Oonornl, FIIANK N. PllOUT. For Liimi Cotnnilnionur, FRED D. FOLMER. For Sunt, of Publio Instruction, W. K. FOWLER, ProBldontlnl ElootorB. JOHN F. NE8MTT, R. IJ. WINDHAM, EDWARD UOY8E, Ij. W. 117 HUE. S. P. DAViiiSON, JAUOl) L. JAtOHSON, JOHN L. KENNEDY', JOSEPH L. LANOER. For ConKroHS, Sixth District, MOSES P. KINK A ID. COUNTY. For County Attornoy. II. S. R1DOLEY. It is now said that the gold demo crats will put in the field a ticket composed of Grovcr Cleveland...

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 June 1900

Wedding Presents and Novelties.. ! $ Wc have a fitu: line of $ 5 Fancy Articles suitable $ for Wedding Gifts Vases g Clocks. Candclabras.Bak- $ ing Dishes. Cut Glass and K Sterling Silver pieces. rt Don't forget that we carry $ Blcvclcs in stock nt nrieost irt w . . . . . - ---- - i '- 3 mai are rignt. Clinton, THE JEWKLKK. $ U. P. Watch Examinor. She jfrmi - WmMjj Wbvmt. TUESDAY, JUNB 26. 1900. Fred George was up from Brady yesterday transacting business. Judge Baldwin and Editor Copper were Lexington yisitors Sunday. The Kearney ball team will play the Omaha league team tomorrow. Deputy Revenue Collector Wilson, of Kearney, is in town on ollicial business today. Miss Lowe went to Gothenburg this morning to give instruction to a class in music. The W. K. C. will serve ice cream on Saturday evening next at the court house lawn. The Christian Ladies' Aid So ciety will meet tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. M. Lewis. The Lutheran society will meet at the home of Mrs. David Minshall next 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. — 26 June 1900

The Semi-Weekly Tribune IBA 1 BAKU. Proprietor. TERMS) fUB IN ADVANCE. WORTH PLATTE HEBBA8KA. BRIFE TELEGRAMS. Three negroes were shot from an ambush at Dallas. Tex. Tho Danish East arcenlantl expedi tion sailed from Copenhagen. The Dank of England nas reduced Us rate of discount to 3 per cent. Don Justo Banltz, the famous Mexi can lawyer and statesman, Is dead. Right Rev. Richard H. Wilbur, Epis copal Bishop of Alabamn, is dead. John Clark Rldpath Is in a very crit ical condition. Dick Crokcr has left England In a very bad humor. A militia company is being organized at Casper, Wyo. The Italian senato has been opened at Rome. There Is considerable rioting over tithes In Sofia, Bulgaria. The Douglas school In Chicago was destroyed by fire. Lobb 176,000. The town of Moscow, N. Y., was to tally destroyed by fire recently. Several cares of yellow fever have been discovered at Quemudos, Cuun. Cuban custom receipts for first four months of 1900 were over 15,000,000. In New York Oscar Gard...

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. — 26 June 1900

M'KINLEY AND ROOSEVELT Candidates for Both President and ViceJPr esb dent Named by Acclamation, A BRIEF REPORT OE THE CONVENTION'S WORK Gigantic National Republican Assemblage in a Constant Mood Which Required Very Little to Touch Off the Pent Up Enthusiasm The Platform. Wllllnm-McKlnley was nominated Tor Transient bjr Senator Fnrnkor la an nd lres of n quarter of nu hour's duration, which was concluded at 1H13 o'clock, Thursday, .luno 21, 1000. Applause followed for thirty minute. Itooiovclt seconded the nomination, followed by Thurston of Ncbr.ntci, Knight of California, Yerkos of Koutucky, and Mount of Indian. McKlnley was nominated by ncclnmutlou nt 13111. llooserelt nm nominated for Vlcu-l'rotldout by Oslonol I,fo Young of Iowa Murray of Massachusetts seconded the nonitti.ttlon, followed by Aslitou of Washing ton and Senutor Dupew of Now York, Iloosovolt nomtuated by acclamation nt ":UU. Convention udjournod slno dlo at 2(13. (I'hllndelphlu ll'mo.) The republican nntlonnt conve...

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 June 1900

I Local News in Brief. The ladies' guild will meet Fri day afternoon at the rectory. Harrington & Tobin ordered five hay cars for Nichols yesterday. Brick for the new school building arc being unloaded and hauled to the cround. The front of the Nebraska House is being repainted, which makes si very noticeable improvement. Several hundred dollars worth of Liucoln county hay is being shipped to the western market each day. Mrs. W. II, Broach arrived at Battle Creek, Mich., Saturday about three hours before her father died. Mrs. P. W. Rincker will enter tain a party of ladies Thursday afternoon in favor of Mrs. K. W. Kcycs of Council BluiFa. Louis Tobin, who had been at tending school at St. Mary's, Kansas, returned home Saturday to spend the summer vacation. Miss Arta Kockcn will entertain a number of friends this evening in honor of Miss Claudia Curtis who has been her guest far the past week. Fine larire briir'tt room to rent. handsomely papered, marble wash basin, connected cit...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 29 June 1900

1 1 ( SIXTEENTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, Fill DAY, JUNE 29, 1900., NO. d5. Korth fjlatle v J V 1 PAINTS. 3 lit. t V A FULL LINE OF John W. Masury's Celebrated Paint ON SALE AT S Davis' Hardware Store. ' 1 "When you get ready to paint your house, call on us and let us sell you first-class t Paint at reasonable prices. 5 UiUnfiUltFiU1!Fiil1!Fiil1iFai!!FiU1!FilM!Fii!FJll1iFi!FlilK 3 BLKCK LEG J IPasteuv Vaccine. TL SUCCESSFUL REMEDY, Wrllo for proofs covering iivo years' uro m tho United Stntco, Oyer ono million head successfully treated. Silvio Vaccina 1.50 per 10 doso pnokots; Doublo Vacoino 32 por 10-dose packets. Outfits complete 85.00. BLACKLEGINE Anothor form of PASTEUR SInjlo Vac cino, roaily for iunnodinto use, $l.f0 por 10-dot-o packets; $'2.00 por 'JO doso packets, $0.00 porGO-doeo packote. a Acnio iHeuical Supply Co., 132G lDtlt St., Denver, Col. t h'nii vi..' us' I. ui'insi'i'v viurru m t'ri'i.- HEflJDQUflTES FOiR HAYING TOOLS... i o n - MOWERS, 1T11HU1 1IIIUI S'ICKLE ...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 29 June 1900

THE GERMAN VOTE. OEN. DICK SAYS IT WILL. BE CAST FOR M'KINLEY. Democratic Imperialism Scare of No Ef fect Teuton Stand for Hound Money Hint Don't' Fear Lurge Increase In Our Military Force A Question of Pollen. "Our friends, the Dcmocrcis, arc try ing," said General Charles Dick, Secre tary of the Republican National com mittee, "to mako everybody believe that the German voto this year will so to the Democratic party, but there is, not ..the slightest likelihood of this being the case. "In 1890 tho Germans voted for President McKlnley. They aro strong believers In tho advantages of n gold standard of curroncy. This tho Repub lican party has given them. They know that should tho Democrat candidate for president bo elected, which, of courso, would mean Democratic con trol of congress, then tho gold stand ard law would bo repealed and freo valnago of silver will bo foisted upon tho country. Tho Germans do not want this. They aro probably the moat level-headed Kuropcan pcoplo who como t...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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