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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 6 August 1890
u 1 . ' I ; . j . - , . : f he f titom . BARE & MOTJLDEN", Eds. and Pbops WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1890. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor, mcBARm of Gage For Lieutenant Governor, T. J. MAJORS, of Nemaha. For Secretary of State, J. C. ALLEN, of Bed Willow. For Audi tor, THOS. H. BENTON, of Lancaster. For Treasurer, J. E. HILL, of Gage. For Attorney-General, x r ftwiRRE H. HASTINGS, of Saline Fr Commissioner of Public Lands and Bldgs., GEO. B. HUMFHBKY, of Caster. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, A. K. GOUDY, of Webster. VALEDICTORY. Having sold my interest in The Tbibune to Mr. S. R. Moulden, my connection with the paper as editor has ceased. I have taken this step with regret. The people of North Platte and Jiincoln county have been so uniformly kind to me that to leave them seems like parting from family relations. In my heart I shall always cherish a warm memory for North Platte, and ever look upon the years I have lived here as the most pleasant of my life. I sincer...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 6 August 1890
ft Mimt. BABE & MOULDEN, Eds. akd Psora. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 6, 1890. W. L. McGee, of this city baa been commie- I a notary public by Got. Thayer. by aa unmarried gentleman room, and L la private family. Address tkis office. Jae. LaMaster, the handy man at H. S. Kelth'e, broke aad badly lnaflhed a finger last week -while vorktag with a door spring. Seniles every Sunday morning at Tjnitarian asm eh 11 o'clock. Next Sunday's subject Is "The TJaiverse a Manifestation of Qod." X. I. Bobinson received a telegram Friday from XMee, Michigan, announcing the death of his mother at the advanced age of sixty years. The Dawson county fair will be held at Lexing ton Sept. 33d to 26th inclusive. live thousand dollars In cash premiums are offered by the so ciety. Barney McDonald on Thursday last sold his property on west Sixth street to Henry Schuff for H,3M cash. Considering the quietness of the real estate market the consideration is very good . Miss Hess on Tuesday received a large invoice Of ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 6 August 1890
V A man who is res tine easily be neath the sDreadinc branches of his own obscurity should not mistake the buzzing of the flies for a call to go forth and run tor omce. "Oh. if, T had taken this medicine early in life what years of suffering it would have saved me!" was the touchincr exclamation of one who had been cured of rheumatism by the use of Ayers Sarsapanlla. Scores of such cases are on record. Eight cotton factories, sixteen banks, and various other enterprises have been started in South Carolina within a year. Corporations char tered between October, 1888, and October, 1889, number eighty-two, with an aggregate capital of 41, 000,000. The Goubet, a submarine air-tight boat built on a plan which enables it to dive down straight in deep water, is interesting French naval authorities. Her performances are said to eclipse those of the Gymncte, which dives on a gradual plane and betrays its presence by disturbing the water. The most remarkable feature of the Goubet is that it c...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 20 August 1890
-3? J i 3r-r-r---? . . . , pgr t. - . -. iXJJV E. B. WARNER. uuu lull vmipm! , t MJW " , - " ' ' " ' ' - - ' :the tribune. -BARE & MOULDEN, Prop's. TERMS: :lf3aid in Advance, only $1.00 per year. OnoYear, if not in Advance, $1.50. Six Months, in. Advisee, - - - -75 Three Months, in Advance, - - .50 Advertising Rates on Application. YOL. YL NORTH PLATTE. NEBRASKA; AUGUST 20, 1890. NO 82. Funeral Director. AND EMBALMER. A full line of first-class funeral supplies always in stock: East Sixth street, next door to First Na tional Bank, - NORTH. PLATTE, - NEBBRSKA. Telegraph orders promptly attended to. OUT EM W -.- GOODS SOLO AT 25 PEE CENT BELOW REGULAR PRICE. To made room for winter goods we will offer everything in our store such as Clothing, Boots and Shoes m Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps, :;,uat such prices as will defy competition Now, bargain seekers, is your time and we will show you GOODS and PRICES. MODEL CLOTHING HOUSE, M. EINSTEEN & CO. A. D. Buckworth, C. F. Iddlng...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 20 August 1890
BAKE & MOULDEN, Eds. and Pkops. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1890. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor, L. D. RICHARDS, of Gage. For Lieutenant Governor. T. J. MAJORS, of Nemaha. For Secretary of State, J. C. ALLEN, of Red Willow. For Auditor, THOS. H. BENTON, of Lancaster. For Treasurer, J. E. HILL, of Gage. For Attorney-General, , hvnwiv.n WARTING8. of 8aline, Fr Commissioner of Pnblic Lands andBldgs., GEO. It. HUfllFIilUSX, ol UJBier. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, A. K. GODDY, of Webster. REPUBLICAN SENATORIAL AND REP RESENTATIVE CONVENTION. Thin will ha hnA nt the conrt house in North Platte, Neb., on Sept 16th, 1890, at 7 o'clock P. M., a Republican convention for the purpose or putting in nomination nnaS.nin. IfkVi Rjannnmnl District. One Representative. 54th Representative Dis trict. . . The Counties will be entitled to the number of votes set opposite their names: so .. 8 . 9 . 2 . 2 1 SO. OOCWTT Dawson Lincoln Logan Thomas Hooker Grant 2 McPherson 1 Keith 3 It is...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 20 August 1890
I -,A -1 h Mutt. BAKE & MOULDEN, Eds. aot Pbops, WEDNESDAY AUGUST 20, 1890. 4J T l! j ; a ! ' 1 Coles! DoSy and bis Wild West, at last ac- s in Berlin rnd was meeting with great L success. Tk fourth quarterly meeting of the .M. E. ekvtfc trill be held Sunday next, and on the fol lewiaff 7 t&e quarterly conference will be held. Ob Thursday, the 28th, Wm. BnelUng will sell at pablic auction at the stock yards in this city, M kwdred head of hogs, twenty head of cattle mtki eight horses. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Eells, Mr. fend Mrs. A. F. Strdte, Miss Luna Eells, James Wilson and Percy Thornton start this morning for a ten days' outing oa the Mrdwood. Track Warner will be on hand reunion week with a fall line of rubber stamps, key rings, initial dies, etc, and will supply customers with anything they want in this line. It is said that Wm. Kauman, late of this city but now of Salt Lake, will go east one day this week on the laudable mission of marrying a young lady residing at Quincy,...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County tribune. — 20 August 1890
If the ladies would abandon cosmetics and more generally keep their blood pure and vigorous bv the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, naturally fair complexions would be the rule instead of the exception as at present. Pure blood is the best beautifier. "Papa, said the young mother. "1 ve decided on a name for baby; we will call her Imogen." Papa was lost. in thought for a few min utes. He did not like the name, but if he opposed it his wife would have. her own way. "That's nice, said he nresentlv. "mv first sweet heart was named Imogen, and she will take it as a compliment." "We will call her Mary, after my mother," was the stern reply. Harper s Bazar. Mrs. Marv a. Mvermore made a remarkable utterance at the closing meeting of the Universalists Grove meeting at Weirs, N. H., last week. She said: "We believe that Jesus Christ rose from the dead. We believe that since then men have risen from the dead and that here after resurrection will become more frequent. In our own belief the time wil...