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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 21 March 1894

- , lr i .-if-. .I" 'i - j Q.iL. WILLIAMS, IlioF'iL me, And the Leading Daily Papers. 9 htk mnimt C. L. Williams' CELEBRATED HOME-MADE GflNDl&S. VOL. X. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY MARCH 21, 1894. THE BOSTON STORE, t Lincoln County's Popular Dry Goods Establishment, WilfsioV tiis week previous to the great event EASTER SUNDAY a new line of SPRING WRAPS AND JACKETS, of the latest fashions, in every novelty and style which the manufacturers can make. We have also received a beautiful line of Kid, Silk and Lisle Gloves and Mitts and Belts. You will want to dress up for Easter Sunday. Gome in and see our goods before buyiag elsewhere. Extra Special for Friday and Saturday, Mch 23 and 24 DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT: BOYS' CLOTHING DEPT. Ten-yard patterns of 12 centDress Ginghams, the latest shades SPECIAL FOR EASTER, of this season, for this special sale for 50 cents a pattern, only nnn .,,.. , -A one pattern to each customer. 200 knee Pants smts at 51.3a per suit, worth 2. id and 3.3...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 21 March 1894

Wkt intone IRA Ll BARE, Editob and Pkopkietok SUBSCBIPTIOK KATES. ir PAID IS AD VAN CX. - - $L00 PKB ANNUM IF HOT PAID IK ADVANCE, fl.50 PXB ANNUM Entered at the North Platte (Nebraska) postofflce as eecond-cla88 matter. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1894. Worthy of Consideration. A movement in favor of an early republican state convention and the nomination by this convention of a republican candidate for United States senator was inaugurated at the meeting of the congressional committee at Kearney on the 13th inst., by the adoption of the follow ing resolution: "Resolved by the members of the republican congressional committee of the Sixth district of Nebraska that it is the sense of said commit tee that there should be an early state convention, that the call for said state convention should in clude the nomination of a candidate for United States senator, and that the coming campaign should be largely conducted on national issues." It is to be hoped that this move ment will gather streng...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 21 March 1894

iWlSDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1894. "Boom the new depot project. Don't forget the dates, March 23d aad 24th at Mrs. G. S. Huffman's. The K. P. quartette was entertained by Col. W. F. Cody on Saturday night George Dillard has just put up a sew sign which he avers will stop a run away team. Mies Mendenhall just home from freest with an elegant line of millinery t Beanie's. M. C. Lindsay and Mrs. G. F. Meyer eaek ordered a new buggy on Monday of this week of J. F. Hinman. Tfce'MvE. Church choir this week reeeived a number of new anthem books for we in their services. It is said that Buffalo county will bare two lady baseball clubs this season, Her k a chance for our North Platte boys. The annual meeting of the assessors of Lwcoln county occurred yesterday parsasot to the "statoots" made and provided. A. H. Church is nicely convalescing trow his late severe lllnoss, and his many frieads hope to soon see bun upon our streets once moro. Several of the friends of Mr. and Mr. J. P. McGovern assemb...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 21 March 1894

Makes More Makes Whiter. Makes Better- BHD Than any other Flour Manufactured. HARRINGTON & TOBIN ICTOIKrjB: PLATTE, Agents for Western Nebraska. Ask your grocer to boy it of us. Notice the brand, and if yon use Minnesota Flour, take no other. LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE FOU PUBLICATION Land Office at North Platte, Neb. I February 24th. 189. f Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that Raid proof -will be made before Hcsister and Receiver at North Platte. Neb., on April 11th, 1891. viz: UeWitt YunBrocklin who made H. E. No. 13150, for the southeast quarter of section 21. township 1H, range 30 west. He names the fol. lowing witnesses to prove his continuous residence npon and cultivation of said land, viz: Edwin L. Garrison, Orrin Bacon, Abncr Votaw, and William Powell, all of Elizabeth, Neb. A. S. BALDWIN", 86 Kegister. NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. Land Office at North Platte, Neb., ? Februa...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 28 March 1894

J' ' C. L. WILLIAMS, OF ALL KINDS, And the Leading Daily Papers. ITS (Tlit 7 - ' C. L. Willia.rvn.s' CELEBRATED ' HOME-MADE GftNDIES. 5 HfiBTfl PLATTE, NEBRASKA, WfTJNffiBiX .MARCH 28, 1894. NO. 12, A RARE : TREAT It will be to see the grand display of New Spring and Summer Goods AT THE- The low prices we quote are an important part of the attraction. Just compare our prices with -any other and you will be con vinced that we can save you 25 per cent on all your purchases. r DRY GOODS. One bale of soft finish yard wide Bleached Muslin, regular price 84 cte., onr price 6) cents per yard. The very beet 15 -cent Cheviot at our store for 10 cents a yard. We are still selling 60-cent Henriettas in all colore for 27J cents a yard. We have a nice line of printed Cham brys and Penangs, suitable for ladies' Bhirt waists, men's shirts and children's dresses, all worth 20 cents, our price 14 cente per yard. A real French Sateen, in black only, at 20 cents per yard, worth 35 eta. SHOES. Id our s...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 28 March 1894

e4 Si i; 4- I I r IRA I. BABE, Editok and Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION XATHB. u .in IK AOTANCX, - - 11.80 rXB AXHTOt xr aer JJ cr adyaxcx, - $1.50 ra Amnnc at the KorthPUtte (Nebraska) postoffice aa second-class matter. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1894. 'TlE o lower house of the Iowa Wiakture last Saturday passed the m . , . i m v iMC liquor- oui. J.ms measure Maes fines in cities of over 7,000 MMktion, but does not license the ale of intoxicating hauors as a r w A beverage. There is no lack of good mate rial for republican state nomina tioas this 'fall, and it will not be difficult for the convention to name 8 winning ticket. If the factionists keep in the rear the ticket will be good for a plurality of twenty thousand. Soke of the local pops venture "the assertion that it will be brave men who will consent to be repub lican candidates in our senatorial and representative districts this Jail. They may think so, but there are quite a number of people who cast up the situation differently. Linco...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 28 March 1894

Vie Mhmt. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1894. 11m Fur store made a very nice die- play for the Easter season in its show window. oersraj nne Dags ot clucks were killed by local nitnrods last Sun the irate this week. It is said the applications for the i eC deputy postmaster under the administration are very nu- serous. A Mr. Brown, a Colorado sheriff, was ia Ike city last week and shipped froaa thai city to Feublo a fine coach Btallion. The sew flags for the signal office have bee received and now observer Piercy is again able to tell ub what the weather will be. Work is progressing rapidly upon D. C. Coagdon's new jesidence. The fixtures for a hot water heating appara tus have already arrived. u. a. saner is raaKing quite a suc cess as aa agriculturalist. Already he has a betbed'in succesBful operation lorotsg; early garden "saae." uaj iu.ro. r Tea aanaaii re ceived a draft for $2,000, beiag the asaenst of insurance due upon her hus band frosa the A. O. U. W. Ths G. A. R. and W. R. C. will ...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 28 March 1894

Makes More- Makes Whiter- Makes Better. BREAD Than any other Flour Manufactured. HARRINGTON & TOBIN, isroiE&TiEa: platte, Agents for Western Nebraska. Ask vour grocer to buy it of us. Notice tbe brand, and if jou nse Minnesota Flour, take no other. LEGAL NOTICES. MY MOTHER'S MEMORY. There U one bright star in-heavea Ever shining in my night. God tc me one guide has given, . like the sailor's beacon light. Set on every shoal and danger. Sending out its warning ray To the home bound veary stranger Looking for the landlocked bay. In my farthest, wildest wanderings I have turned mo to that love. As a diver 'neath the water Turns to watch the light above. -John Boyle O'Reilly. A BIG RUNAWAY. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION- Land Office at North Platte. Neb. I February 24th. 18M. I Notice is hereby riven that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention tp make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proot wm oe made be lore ttcclster and Beceiver at North Platt...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 4 April 1894

)f- C. L. WILLIAMS, Wll OF ALL Hi, And the Leading Daily Papers, I la n u mm C X. mnaras' CELEBRATED HOME-MADE CANDIES. VOL. X. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY APRIL i, 1894. NO. 13. A : RARE : TREAT It will be to see the grand display of New Spring and Summer Goods -AT THE- OSTON STORE The low prices we quote are an important part of the attraction. Just compare our prices with any other and you will be con vinced that we can save you 25 per cent on all your purchases. DRY GOODS, One bale of soft finish yard wide Bleached MuBlin, regular price 8 cte., our price 6 cents per yard. The Tery best 15-cent Cheviot at our store for 10 cents a yard. We are still selling 60-cent Henriettas ia all colore for 27J cents a yard. We have a nice line of printed Cham brya and Penangs, suitable for ladies' Bhirt waists, men's shirts and children's dresses, all worth 20 cents, our price 11 cents per yard. A real French Sateen, in black only, at 20 cents per yard, worth 35 cts. SHOES. In our shoe d...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 4 April 1894

4 ' ;. I . I' 1 - . . - - - - """""" .-- i - - - - -' 3 . v- - 1 Vlfc. - 3 . "... . . ...... ! ..... 1 I .- I1UL I. BARE, Editor and Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION BATES, nr xbyjlhcx. - (LOO fzb jantvi z wi vaib ix ADTAjrcr, . $1.50 rra askuic t the North Platte (Kebraska) postofice as Mcond-claM matter. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1894. w The Tbibune most heartily mmms the action of the repubh cm leaders of Lincoln coantv in Wiaging out John . Evans, of this r.KS candidate for secretary of Mr it is a lusc recoeninoa ur tfct iMg aad continued services that Ptieman. has rendered tne party W tliis county, in our legislative Mtricts, and in the state at large. It i a move that will undoubtedly W accorded a hearty support by Mr. Ivans' acquaintances through oat Nebraska who at once recognize tbat his many years of work for tbc party's weal entitles him to a jaoaipation for the office to which kia friends al home insist he shall aspire. An extended notice of his, eminent fitness for the office is scarc...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 4 April 1894

f ht Irikw. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1ML on.-. r.. xt -i will be formally incorporated. It is Mid that a teat will be made of . Jfce new occupation tax ordinance. A aoo waa bom to Mr. 'and Mrs. Peter Camelry, of weat Sixth street, on Friday evening last W. H. Broach haa aet ont a large number of good size soft maple trees at his Makhnoe on west Second street Far the latest and best in the photo graf&ie line try McDonald, the new photographer of the Elite Studio. Syl Friend, who does more to retard the transfer of real estate than any other aaaa. in town,' began operations Monday. Mrs. Andrew Struthers gave a party Thursday erening in honor of a cousin from Sidney who has been visiting her. Lester Eells visited Kearney Friday and in the evening accepted an invitation to attend a luncheon given by the Buf falo Club, which was duly enjoyed. The revival at the Methodist church is growing in interest and several have renounced Satan and will henceforth - travel in the straight and narrow ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 4 April 1894

!,,M,,,,MI,,,M 7M,tt! The Cash-Hardware Merchant, sells the cele- brated Acorn Stove, the acknowledged king." ! t t 1 Also handles the DANGLER GASOLINE STOVE, the most durable, convenient and economical stove made. Uoiiie m and see it. O-lDEIsr SEEDS I in bulk, warranted fresh. If -you need any ar- ticle in our line come and see us and we will i save you money. A. L. DAVIS. Pure Crystal Ice. I am prepared this season, as usual, to furnish the people of North Platte with a first-class quality of ice cut from ray lake and frozen from Dure well water. This ice is far superior to river ice. All orders will be promptly filled. WM. EDIS- LECAL NOTICES. NOTICE FOtt PUBLICATION- Land Office at North Platte. Neb. I February 24th. im. ( Notice is hereby given that thft following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof "will be made before iiegister and Receiver at North Platte. Neb., on April 14th, 1894. Tir: IteWitt Van...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 11 April 1894

-1 77 if -! C. L. WILLIAMS, S OF ALL KINDS, And the Leading Daily Papers. FRUIT! Wat ftlntte CELEBRATED HOME-MADE GflNDl&S; VOL. X. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY APRIL 11, 1894. NO. 14; BOSTON STORE. TEN DAYS ONLY Ik U 1 Mnn I w 1 1 1 1 1 ySale TEN DAYS ONLY Commencing Thursday, April 12th, and Ending April 23d. Beyond the shadow of a doubt this sale will outdo any sale ever instituted in Nebraska-. It is impos sible to mention one-tenth of the bargains we offer at this sale, but will give a few of our prices. Bead our prices they suit the times. DRY GOODS DEPT. All colors and black Frederick Arnold's Henriettas, made in Grietz, Germany, silk finished, full 46-inch wide; these goods are sold at $1.50 per yard, our price for this sale 92 cents per yard. All colors of 38-inch Henriettas sold everywhere at 60 cents, our pnce z fr cents per yard. The best of all we will sell 36 inch suitings and 36-inch Cashmeres, worth 40 and 50 cents, at this sale for 20 cents per yard. Ten pi...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 11 April 1894

f be itott. i IRA L. BABE, Editor and Pkopktetok SUBSCRIPTION SATES. yim g ASYAircX, - - $1.00 KK AJI9UIC if to fin jk -idtakcx, - $1.50 rzB Amnnc Vatac4 attb North Platte (Nebraska) poetoMce u second-clam matter. 'WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1894. The house failed to pass the Bland seienioraee bill over the President's veto, the measure receiv ing but thirty more than a majority vote. V am mm The Kussian tbistle will grow unmolested bv government inter ference for at least another vear. tbe boose committee on agriculture MCMiog that Uncle Sam s cash box conld not stand the expenditure. mm "rv mm m If, we say it, Aem would be re- noninated by the pops what a alorioMS time he would have in at tempting to convince .his consti tuents that he has given the country aaything in return for the twenty thooMid dollars he has received. Governor Northern, of Georgia. hm appointed Pat Walsh to fill the ysjCMct arising from the death of Senator Colquitt. He is an editor, stands high in the councils of ...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 11 April 1894

1 Hi: 19 -J' -i- vc;- WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1894. Make arrangements for attending the May party. Lsst Saturday was North Platte's fire anniversary. . v A trio of Col. Cody's greyhounds were last week shipped to Oklahoma. Mrs. H. W. Hill has been quite sick for a number of days this week. Mrs. J. Li. Minor will entertain a email party of lady friends tomorrow 'afternoon. x - -a ii xl txi . it is eaiu ino iioor oi me opera nouse will be ground down in first class shape for the B. of L. E. May party. The pupils of the Second ward school were invigorated last Friday afternoon by an open air flag drill. Rev. Foulk will preach next Sab bath morning on "The Shadow of Peter," and in the evening on "Godliness Pays." Mrs. A. S. Baldwin entertained the members of the Eastern Star on Thurs day afternoon of last week in a very neat and appreciable manner. Patterson & Alexander propose to farm this year whether it rains or not. Their outfit left yesterday afternoon for the farm up in Nichols p...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 11 April 1894

The Cash Hardware Merchant, sells the cele brated Acorn Stove, the acknowledged king. Also handles the DANGLER GASOLINE STOVE, the most durable, convenient and economical stove made. Come in and see it. G-JZZjJDttJST SEEDS in bulk, warranted fresh. If you need any ar ticle in our line come and see us and we will A T T A T7TO save you money. -a- -u. v Pure Crystal Ice. I am prepared tbs season, as usual, to furnish the people of North Platte with a first-class quality of ice cut from my lake and frozen from pure well water. This ice is" far superior to river ice. All orders will be promptly filled. WM. EDIS- J. F. HINMAN, DEALER IN Farm : Implements, WAGONS, BUGGIES, Windmills. Harness. Etc. - ' Warehouse on West Front Street. IT. J. BROEKER, Merchant Tailor, .rrsrn: LARGE STOCK OP PIECE GOODS, embracing all the new designs, kept on hand and made to order. PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. PRICES LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE Spruce Street, between Fifth and Sixth. U. P. TIME TABLE. QOIHG XABT. No. A...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 18 April 1894

C. L. WILLIAMS, FRUITS OF IL KINDS, And the Leading Daily Papers. 8Pto Jwrtt O. Iu TXTilliaro-s' CELEBRATED HOME-MADE CANDIES. YOI. X. NORTH PLATTE, JEBRASlfr WEDNESDAT APRIL 18, 1894. N0.J5. BOSTON STORE. TOLD IN A FEW WORDS EVENTS OCCURRING IN ALL 6ECTION8 SUMMARIZED. TEN DAYS ONLY Great lily Sa TEN DAYS ) ONLY 0 Commencinsr Thursday, ADiii 12th, and Ending April 23d. Beyond the shadow of a doubt this sale will outdo any sale ever instituted in .Nebraska. It is impos sible to mention one-tenth of the bargains we offer at this sale, but will give a few of our prices. Kead our prices they suit the times. DRY GOODS DEPT. All colors and black Frederick Arnold's Henriettas, made in Grietz, Germany, silk finished, full 46-inch wide; these goods are sold at $1.50 per yard, our price for this sale 92$ cents per yard. All colors of 38-inch Henriettas sold everywhere at GO cents, our price 27$ cents per yard. The best of all we will sell 36 inch suitings and 36-inch Cashmeres, worth 40 and ...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 18 April 1894

5 - - - ( 1 4 - -;r- - IRA.lt. BABE, Editor and Proprietor . SUBSCRIPTION BATES, i IF PAID IS ADVANCE, - - tLOO PES ASSCSC IT HOT PAH) IS ADVANCE, - tl.50 FEB ASXUJI Enteredat theJTorlhPlatte (Nebraska) postoffice as eecondnilasB matter. "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18,1891. Whitehead's refusal to be a can didate throws down the bars for lawyer Sullivan, of Broken Bow, to step out on ibe track as a possible candidate for congressional honors. The candidacy of Jno. E. Evans, of this city, for secretary of state is meeting the hearty approval of re- tmblicans all over the state. His nomination can only be defeated by unscrupulous combinations, and these are not likely to occur. It begins to look as though John JJIallahea had the republican press of the district on his side, at least the bovs are giving him some very neat complimentary notices. This may be accounted for in part by . the tact that John is an oJd news paper man. ,j A , city contemporary, if the strain is not too great, might tell t...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 18 April 1894

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1894. Despite the rain, quite a large crowd -nnrtook of the EUDDer served br the i5' ladies of the Episcopal Guild last even- i Manager Liloyd has booKoa oneo: Chas. Frohman's New York companies to play "Lady Winterer's Fan" here on Tune 7th. This has been one of the great eastern successes. A half dozen Jagle bicycles wore received at Evansbook store yesterday, " several of Tvh'ich.are beauties. They are of different make from any others in town, but are a standard wheel. Providing the weather is suitable the Gordon silver cornet band will give its initial street concert Saturday even ing next at the corner of Spruce and Sixth, commencing about seven o'clock. It is said that the Chas. A. Gard ner Co. carries with it a 83,000 St Ber nard dog. This 18 a little higher valua tion than mine host Bews places on his animals, but in the case of the former it in probably for show purposes only. and'the prices would not bo so high if " the assessor wanted them. Mayor "Wa...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 18 April 1894

V The Cash Hardware Merchant, sells the cele brated Acorn Stove, the acknowledged king. : : Also handles the DANGLER GASOLINE STOVE, the most durable, convenient and economical stove made. Come in and see it. G-JLttJD'EnST SEEDS in bulk, warranted fresh. If you need any ar ticle in our line come and see us and we will save you money. A. L. DA Id. ! Pure Crystal Ice. I am prepared this season, as usual, to furnish the people of North Platte wi.h a first-class quality of ice cut from ray lake and frozen from pure well water. This ice is far superior to river ice. All orders will be promptly filled. WM. EDIS- J. F. HINMAN, DEALER IN Farm : Implements, . WAGONS, BUGGIES, t Windmills, Harness, Etc. Warehouse on West Front Street. IT. J. BEOEKER, Merchant Tailor, J TSTID 33 LARGE STOCK OF PIECE GOODS, embracing all the new designs, kept on'hand and made to order. PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. PRICES LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE Spruce Street, between Fifth and Sixth. P. TIME TABLE. GOINO EAST. No.5 A...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
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