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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 29 June 1900

THE TOOTH OF "COLUMBUS" How Circus Men in Mexico Managed to "Pull" the Mighty Molar Pulling an elophant's tooth Is not fho easiest task In tho world. This was discovered at tho Orrln Brothers' circus, now traveling in Mexico, when two well-known and experienced Bur geons and dentists worked for two hours boforo they Bucceeded In remov ing the hugo molar. Thti patient In tho operation waa the big Asiatic elephant Columbus, who for years has been ono of tho leading at tractions of tho Orrlns' circus. For over twenty yeara Columbus has been with tho show. Ho figures In every parade, does his little act In the ring, and being as docile as a lamb has car ried hundreds of thousands of children on his back. In fact, there are grown men and women In Mexico and other parts of the world who have been car ried by Columbus when they wore kilts and pinafores. Consequently mere is noi a cnuu in the fetate of Mexico who does not know Columbus. Tho elephant man with the Bhow never had tho least tro...

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. — 29 June 1900

FRIDAY, JUNI3 29, 1900. lttA It BARE, Editor and Proprietor BUHBOH1PTION RATES. One Year, cash In advance, .......II.M flit Months, cash la advance... .75 Gents' Entered tlh North Platt(Nbrika)postoffieaa Moond-etaiimaltar. Republican Ticket. NATIONAL. Kor I'rosldont, WILLI AN MoKINLEV. For Vlco-Proflidont, T11KODOUB ROOSEVELT. STATE. l'"or Oovomor, OIIAKLKS II. DIETRICH. Kor Lloutonntit Governor, E. P. 8AVAOE, For Soorotnry of Stnto, GEORGE W. MARSH. For Troiifliiror. WILLIAM STEUFFER. For Auditor. CHARLES WESTON. For Attornoy Gonornl, FRANK N. PROUT. For Lnnd ConiiniBlonor, FRED D. FOLMER. For Sunt, of Public Instruction, W. K. FOWLER, ProRidontinl Eloolorn. JOHN F. NE8UITT, R. II. WINDHAM, EDWARD ROYSE, L. W. HAGUE, . 8. P. DAV1. SON, JACOIJ L. .TACOHSON, JOHN L. KENNEDY, JOSEPH L. LANGER. For Congrcflfl, Sixth District, MOSES P. KINK A ID. COUNTT. For County Attornoy. II. S. RIDGLEY. Tub Bryan sky-rocket will mount upward with the usual lizz and fuss on July 4th, but it will com...

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. — 29 June 1900

Wedding Presents ft and Novelties. Wc have a fine line of Fancy Articles suitable d for Wcddiny Gifts Vases $ Clocks, Caudclabras,Uak- d ing Dishes, Cut Glass and $ Sterling Silver pieces. G 1 K Don't forget that wc carry $ jg Dicvclcs in stock at prices w S that arc right. K CLINTON, S- THE JEWELER. $ 5 TJ. r. WfttehExamlnor. FRIDAY, JUNK 29, WOO. Judge Neville returned from Lin coln last evening'. Phil Grady' left last night for a visit with his sister in Cheyenne. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Marr came down from Cheyenne this morning. Miss Ethel Evans left this week for a visit with relatives in Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Will JefTcrn arc ex pected home next Tuesday from their western wedding tour. Mrs. R. M. Russell, who had been a guest at the Cody residence, re turned to Dcadwood Wednesday, Twcnty-scvcn cars of Nevada horses belonging to A. A. C'randall are being pastured here ' tor a few day 8. A game of ball between the Union Pacifies and a picked nine is an nounced for tomorrow afternoon ...

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. — 29 June 1900

The Semi-Weekly Tribune. IRA L. KAltn, Proprietor. TKItMSl $1.85 IN ADVANCE. NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. : The Italian cabinet has resigned. It Is sold President Kruger Is very in. Tho condition of John Clark Ridpath ls.no better. Archbishop Ireland has salleM from Now York for Paris. Lord Roberts Is planning to slcze the Dclagoa Bay railroad. sir J. Gordon Sprlgg Is tho now premier of Capo Colony. General Wood has cabled a short caaualty list from Cuba. The Hawatlans havo formed an in dependent political party. Four now plaguo cases havo been discovered at Rio'Janclro. It Is probable that the Insurgents in Panama will take that city. A postofflco has been established at Loroy, Lake county, 8. D. Tho khedlvo of Egypt Is in England. Ho shows symptoms of diphtheria. Tho town of Wakkcrstroom, Trans vaal, has surrendered to tho British. The Chcycnno Indians aro trying to got two games with tho Denvor Gulfs. Fred C. Test of Council Bluffs, has been appointed a cadet at West...

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. — 29 June 1900

Local News in Brief, f Wanted Girl for general houucn work. C. 1 Iddings. The W. R, C. will serve ice cream on the court house lawn to-morrow evening'. lOxcavation for the foundation of the new school building' began Wednesday. The ladies of the Episcopal guild will serve ice cream on the court house lawn on the evening of July 7th. For Sam: Forty head of cows and heifers, and twenty head of brood marcs. Inquire at Pawnee Ranch or address 15. C. Baker, North Platte. Among those who contemplate crectiug" residences this year, arc Fred Frcdrickson and Claude Wcingand. Both will put up com modious and attractive houses. Fred Ginn has resigned his posi tion at Warner's and is succeded by N. n. McCarkle, late of Chicago, who comes highly recommended as an cmbalmer, and a handy man in a furniture Btorc. Charley Trovillo marketed eighty quarts of cherries Tuesday which he had picked from one tree. It would not require many of those kind of trees to. bring in a neat revenue. Fine large brig...

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. — 29 June 1900

AWFUL LOSS Of LIFE. AIM Extraordinary Woman of the Far Ea$ta Tho empress of China Is tho one oriental character that absorbs most attention Just now. Tzo list Is not a real empress, but a usurper. Origi nally sho wns not an empress at all, but was given that honorary rank as tho mother of Hlen Fung's only son, sho being that emperor's concubine. Hlen Fung was succeeded by Tung Cho, and this ambitious woman found hor opportunity when Tung Cho died, In 1S7C, without an liolr. Tradition demanded that tho now emperor bo at least an adoptod son of somo branch of tho royal family. Tho Infant Kwang Su, who is now tho imprisoned and deposed emperor of China, was chosen. But ho was not of tho right generation to bo adopted as tho son of tho lato Tung Che, so ho waa intro duced into tho succession by adoption to Hlen Fung, and tho presont dow ager empress beenruo rcgont until ho should como of ago, In 1889. Sho Is tho young cmporor'B aunt. This arrangement loft tho dead cm poror, Tung Cho, wi...

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. — 3 July 1900

&lu4 Jlortlt jJlatte mm NO. 4- SIXTEENTH YEAR, NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, JULY 3. 1900. I PAINTS. A FULL LINK OF John W. Masury's Celebrated Paint ON SALE AT. Dayis' Hardware Store. t: When you got ready to paint your house, 2 3 eall on us and let us sell you first-class J Paint at reasonable prices. 2 g o o r o o r o r o After a Good Dinner, 5 HENRY MLTEMKTH, StIBTnifWWWfWIJFITFWfWf Iff HAYING TOOLS.,. .. w.... i 4 V MOWERS, ; McCormickivK 1,IVVVI Imviv l SICKLE GRINDERS, and repairs for same. VavQintta I HAY LOADERS, 1VVJ OlUUl Call DAIN SWEEPS. OSBORNE RAKES. LTGHTNING HAY PKKSS, MACHINE OIL. Locust St., North Platte, Neb. TH E QU ESTION is often asked, What Paint shall we use? THE ANSWER .' If you are looking for covering capacity, wearing qualities, general appearance, and vnur mnnov's wnrfh vmi mncf ln,f J j M ....., j wt. fl.lt.H UUV The Sherwin-Williams Paint, Cowrs Wfltf, Imkt Beit, Wtars Longest, Most Economical, Full Measuru, Our prices are for "best goods" firs...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 3 July 1900

W. ibL M l 1 H jte k 1 &.!'. 1! LOST 3 ON THE.... VELDT 3 v T v? r r w w k w k w CHAPTER VIII. (Continued.) Hut they were hardly prepared for the sight that met their eyes. In the nhclter of tho kopje, her face turned towards It, lay a young girl, her print gown torn and stained, her fnco llko that of the dead, her eyes closed, her hair falling In tangled masses about he.r face. She waa frightfully pale, and at first they thought she waa dead. "Feel her heart, Preston," Bald Oreone, la a whisper. "What an ema ciated creature! Is sho dead?" "I don't think bo," said tho other. "Quick! glvo mo somo water, Greeno!" Tho other obeyed, nnd Preston put nomo to the white, stiff Hps. Tho liquid seemed to bring back n feeble Dicker of life. Her eyelids .half closed, then shut again. "Quick! get her on my horse! Wo must tako her with us," said young Preston quickly. "Wo cannot leavo her here to die, oven It alio dies In our linnds. Help me, old follow!" Tho girl was a mcro featherweight. CJ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 3 July 1900

THE FIRST BATTLE. IN THE WAR FOR OUR INDE PENDENCE. How tlio American rarmen UroTO tho ilrltldi Hack to CliarleMorru The Latter Were Permitted to l'lre tlie Openlnc Until. It la tho night of April 18, 1775, In tho llttlo vlllago of Concord, Bomo eighteen mllea northwest of Boston. Tho gray-haired sires have gathered their little flocks about them, read a chapter from tho Good Book and pray ed for King Georgo and 'the Colony of Massaclntstt8. Tho fires liavo been raked up In tho open hearths, tho can dles huve been extinguished and tho good pcoplo of tho llttlo village have retired for their rest. Suddenly tho clatter of a horse's hoofs aro heard, echoing along tho road, leading from Lexington nnd young Dr. Prescott, who has spent tho ivenlng In that vlllago, gallops Into tho town and sends up tho cry: "Tho red-coats aro coming! Awake! Awako!" Tho news which Dr. Prescott brings is dlro news Indeed. One Paul Ro vero and n man named Dawes havo galloped from Boston to Lexington with tho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 3 July 1900

It Mi (Ml) SrHmnc. TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1900. 1KAL BARE, Editob and PitoriuKTon BUIlflCIUPTlON RATES. Otis Year, cakIi In druuce 11.21 Bit Monthi, ossnln advance 75 0nU' Entered tlheNorthriatte(Nbrak)pottoffloeai asoond-olassmalUr. Republican Ticket. NATIONAL. Vor Prosidont, WILLI AN MuKINLKY. For Vico-Proflidont, THEODORE ROOSEVELT. STATE. For Oovornor, CHARLES II. DIBT1UCH. For Llotitonnnt Oovornor, E. P. SAVAGE, For Secretary of Stato, ' GEORGE W. MARSH. For Tronnuror. WILLIAM STEUFFEIt. For Auditor. CHAHLES WESTON. For Attornoy Oonornl, FItANK N. PltOUT. For Lnnd Commisionor, FIIED D. FOLMElt. For Sunt, of Public Instruction, W. K. FOWLER, Preflidontinl Eloctom. JOHN F. NESHITT, R. H. WINDHAM, EDWARD ROYHE, L. W. 11 HUE, S. P. DAVIDSON, JACOB L. JACOUSON, JOHN L. KENNEDY, JOSEPH L. LANCER. i For C)HKro68, Sixth DlBtriut, MOSES P. KINK AlU. COUNTY. For County Attornoy. II. S. HIDGLKV. Tub battleship Oregon enroute to China ran into the rocks in the Gulf of Pcchile last Friday and the...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 3 July 1900

I Wedding Presents s and Novelties. Wc have a fine line of jj$ Fancy Articles suitable tf for Wedding Gifts Vases $ Clocks, Cnndclabras,Uak- 5 xng Dishes, Cut Glass and $ Sterling Silver nieces. 8! $ Don't forict that we carry $ w Iiicvclcs in stock at prices & w -h"" 8 Clinton. j lint tiro mriit ?i TIIK JKWKLI-R. $ jj U. P. Watch Examlnor. he mi Wf cMjj rilnmr . TURSDAY, JULY 3, 1900. Mr. and Mrs. Swan Swauson will go to Sidney to-night to spend the Fourth with relatives. Mrs. Lorcn Whclpley, of Fre mont, came in last evening, and is the guest of her sister Mrs. II. M. Grimes. Major Walker leaves this week for a visit with his son Lester at Savannah, Ga. He will be absent several weeks. Mrs. J. 13. Scanlau and daughter Mabel left last night for Kansas, whetc Mabel will spend several weeks with relatives. Mrs. B. L. Lambert and son Burton left Sunday night for Kansas City, being called there by the illness of a relative. 13. F. Secberger and daughter Louise who had been spending...

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 July 1900

- The Semi-Weekly Tribune. IRA L. 11AU1U Proprietor. TKIWSl J1.23 IN ADVANCE. K0RTI1 PLATTE NEHBA8KA. J BRIEF TELEGRAMS. Over 1,000,000 ncrcs of wheat In Man itoba nro ruined. Four Russian nmb.vjsmlcn; nro con ferring In Paris. A big hall storm tore up tilings gen erally In Idaho, Tho recent ratns havo Inundated the streams In Georgia. Tho Mexicans arc planning to crush tho Ynquls entirely. Admiral Frederick Maxso of tho British navy Is Uend. Oriental advices say gold has been found In tho Philippines. .1. H.'stlllson, Who was shot by St. Louis strikers May 29, Is dead. General Joo Wheeler says no will havo nothing to do with politics. Tho trcaaury department has issued n now flvo dollar silver certificate. Tho Illinois democrats named Sam uel Alschuler of Aurora for governor. Tho yellow Jack Isn't quite do prova lent In Havana, Goneral Leo roports. Tho Ninth Infantry has loft for Ma nila to help lick tho wild-eyed celes tials. Tho recent heavy ralnB hayo created great havoc in tho ...

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 July 1900

IH IMMOHTAJLl DOCJSMEJVT .' l 1 SVW VCTI 11 STX t'Jti JFK Bnftlvll Will VvTT ' . ' jfB - t'l " aKvmsm ""j'.w.i.. nf,iiii yTKE ,--?aa. tr't ,wi 5.vttlv jw. ijv - yvw?- HiBr. w, irrr"' itfo?? 7vA2,wr.l f & OP AMERICA A. ftSu, JiwL f jTi V?1 a 3J r' -;"';T c4 . vk sir' - . V. fji 7 r..i t.. l.TJi- if" a a-,?Wfcr I t-f. -T . - ' V . , - - J NAM I . "'.WHJ-ZL.. 1 V-fftS9V -VkWJK' WKSW" 'Sm!'yJB6r "W!" i in i in iB,'fwi ".'mitv- ywiu irats. i (tni"inRuifi.p OnrfrTtylcr. deduced Jrorn The Fort Scene of an ears Tho Tnlcu forte, occupied by the in ternational forces, just forty-one ycara ago were tho sceno of an episode which save the world that famous phrase, "Blood Is thicker than water." A British fleet of eleven small gun boats, under Admiral Hope, was en gaged In an assault on tho mud bat teries lust Inside tho Pcl-ho river bat on Juno 25, 1859, when tho tide went down and left them holpless In tho mud under the Are of tho Chinese smoothbores. Capt. Tatnall, the flag ofllcer com man...

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 July 1900

Local News in Brief. Miss Uoutcllc opened a kinder garten school In tlie Sccoud ward building yesterday. J, W. Voodry, agent for tlie Singer sewing machine, has moved his office to Pcale's store. The V. R. C. netted about twenty dollars at their ice cream social Saturday evening. F. J. Urocker Iibb moved hts tailor shop to the second floor ol the Carlson building on Dewey street. Miss Ada Cooper went to Omaha yesterday to take treatment for her eyes and will probably be absent a month. During the storm Sunday night lightning struck the" house of P. C. Meyer near Paxton and burned it to the ground. II. S. White received a cablegram from i s son Piatt yesterday, an nouncing his safe arrival at Liver pool, Kngland. Commissioner Carpenter went to his home in Buchanan precinct Sunday where he will remain until after the Fourth. Bran OOc. a hundred at Wilcox Do- partmcnt Store Some fellow not having the proper fear of man or morality, stole a bolt of goods from in front ol The Leader Satu...

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 July 1900

Wat JJortlt SIXTEENTH TEAR. NORTH, PLATTE, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JULY 0, 1900. NO. 1T. HAYING TOOLS... i r i MOWERS, and repairs anu Iaucaiia I HAY LOADERS, j SIDE DELIVERY RAKE. Call and see them. DAIN SWEEPS. OSBORNE RAKES, LIGHTNING HAY PRESS, MACHINE OIL. JOS. Locust St., North Platte, Neb. 3 A FULL LINE OJF John W. Masury's H Celebrated Paint ON SALE AT. i paYis' Hardware Store. E When you get; ready to paint your house, 2 call on us and let us sell you first-class g Paint at reasonable prices. "o " nrr - ra After a Good Dinner, HENRY TH E QU ESTION is often asked, What Paint shall wc use? THE ANSWER I If you are looking (or covering capacity, wearing qualities, general appearance, and your moneys worm, you must buy The Sherwin-Whjuams Paint. Cmn Utli, loot Best, WeariLongett, Host Economical, Full Measure. BRUSHES, COLORS IN OIL, HOUSE & COACH VARNISHES, A. F. STEEITZ, DRUGGIST. Q. F. IDDINGS Z-j-u.22G.loer, Coal cartel Q-xsiin Yards and Klevators at North Platte, Neb.,' Suthe...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 6 July 1900

The Semi-Weekly Tribune. IIIA L. llAKK. 1'rnprletor. TKKM3: $1.23 IN ADVANOK. NORTH PLATTE NEHBASKA. t ... f. I I lie mm in uiucr. A h!;j liail storm tore up things gfeu erally In Idaho. Over 1,000,000 acres of wheat In Man itoba aro ruined. Four Russian ambassadors are cnu ferrlmj In Paris. Tho recent rains hava Inundated the streams in Georgia. Tho Mexicans aro planning 16 crush tho Yaquls entirely. General Joo Wheeler says ho will have nothing to do with politics. All grades of refined sugars were ad vanced one-tenth of a cent a pound. Kansas City's population Is figured at between 184,753 and 193,109. Louis C. Klein, prominent Wisconsin business man, is dead at Racine, aged C8. Tho Ninth Infantry has left for Ma nila to help lick the wlld-cycd celes tials. Tho recent heavy rains have created great havoc in tho vicinity of Luak, Wyo. A largo number of patriotic Chlca goans aro enlisting to fight tho fcstlvo Boxer. Tho National Wagon Manufacturers' association has decided not to r...

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. — 6 July 1900

Sho lind been In railing health for fcomo time, and tho man who loved hor had Insisted that Bhc seo a physi cian. Tho affectionately dictatorial manner which ho had as yet no right to assume was Bweet to tho girl, who was nil nlono In tho world, savo for the love In which ho held hor, so sho had quietly obeyed him. Besides, sho was a llttlo anxious herself concern ing tho weakness and lassitude which made her days dreary and tho cough which kept her awake most of tho night. It was all so unllko the vigor ous, unbroken health which sho had always enjoyed until tho last year. And now she was nervously waiting tor tho verdict of tho great and famous specialist whom Tom had insisted that sho consult. The great man had seemed a trifle absent-minded and preoccupied throughout tho interviow, sho fancied, careful and searching as had been his questions. Ho only scemod to wako up Tully, ns it eeenicd to her, when sho timidly inquired If anything serious was tho matter with her. Ho laughed th...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 6 July 1900

Ettc 'f mi WMltfy SrUumc. FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1900, 1KA L BARE, Editor and Pkophiktor flUUBOntPTIOK BATES. One Yenr, cnsh In ndvnnce, tl.23 HI Monthi, 0Mb In advance IS OsnU' KotredfttlheNnrthIUtt(NbrMkR)poitoffloit eoond-elaitmntter. or ami will probably tXotl barn, shade trccB and bl i , t n grass. T. C. Pattkkson. endorsement of the J. 0. Brxuv.u, of tliin city, is a candidate for tiic fusion nomination for state scnat receive the fusion county conventions to be held in this city tomorrow. Coloni'.l Hixh.v, of tlie Stale Journal, says that six years ao when W. J. Bryan and John M. 'IM.i.c olnii mnilo Hie welkin rillf in Tor Heat. Fine residence in west end with blue LKOAL NOTICK. Republican Ticket. NATIONAL, For 1'ronidont. WILLI AN MHUNLKY. For Vico l'rcHidont, . THEODORE ROOSEVELT. STATE. For Governor, CHARLES II. DIET1UC1I. For Lioutonnnt Govornor, K. 1. 8AVAOE, For Socrotnry of Stnto, UKOROE W. MARSH. For Tronmiror. WILLIAM 8TKIWKR. For Auditor. CHARLES WESTON. For Attornoy Gonor...

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. — 6 July 1900

Wedding Presents s and Novelties. S i m to Wc have a fine line of Fancy Articles suitable for Wedding Gifts Vases Clocks, Canilclabras, Bak ing Dishes, Cut Glass and Sterling Silver pieces. Don't foruct that wc carry Hicvelcs in stock at prices that arc right. Clinton, THIi JfiWKLKK. U. I Watch Examlnor. She $ttai - Wf cfety SrUmtif . FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1900. Mrs. Jos. Hcrshcy and sou left at noon today for Iowa City. Major Wood hurst is b'icU with kidney trouble and unable to at tend the sessions of the board of county commissioners. J. W. Payne, living on the 15. W. ranch, has 300 acres of corn which he says gives indications of an enormous yield it the grasshoppers do not make a raid on it. IC. A. Cary returned last night from Missouri, and will leave to morrow lor Sheridan, Wyo., in company with Messrs. Wilcox, Grimes and Ualligau. Mrs. Cary and hon will not return home for a couple of weeks yet. Chicago weather forecast for North Platte and vicinity: Fair to night and Saturday. 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. — 6 July 1900

f The Consent ion9 JIomIns& Biographical JTofes fllbout McKJnlcy cznd Roosei)efo. Tlio Republican national convention of 1900 was tlio shortcut on record, when hours of time that It was In ses sion aro taken Into conBliloratlon. It was called to ordor at 12:31 Tuesday, and nt 2:30 p. m. took a rccow to Wed nesday at noon. At 3 p. m. Wednes day a recess was takon to 10:30 Thurs day. At 2:30 on Thursday Its work was donu and tlio convention was McKjnley'j James McKlnloy, tho president's an cestor, landed In this country about 1743, and Bottled later In Chanccford Township, York county, Pa., where David McKlnloy, gront-grandfathor of tho proaldont, was born In May, 175C. .The records of tho 1'cnslon Bureau show that David McKlnloy was n sol dlor in tho revolution and participated iu tho capture of 1'aulus Hook and thu engugomcntu of Amboy and Chester Hill. Ho died In 1840, In Ohio, at thu go of elghty-llvo. A son, Jnmcs Mc Klnloy, moved to Columbiana county, Ohio, in 1809. At that ...

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