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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 29 October 1895

ft1, ' k" TEE IJOllTffTLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TBIBUKE .TUESDAT- EFENIN.G; 00TOBEE9f 1895; . IRA L. BARE, Editor aT) Ps-opkietok susecsimox sates. . Oae Year, -eas la advance, - ..J1.25. Six Xostks, eaefeis adTaace 75 Cents. . Kstered8ttkeKortiriatte(Nebrsks)poetofSc9aa seeo4-elas matter. Republican Ticket, Foe Judge of Supreme Court T.Ij. NORVAL. For Eegeots State Univerrity 0. H. MORRILL, B, L. GOULD. For Judge, 13th Judicial District- - H. M. GRIMES. . For Treasurer E. B. WARNER. For Clerk r S. 0. WILLS. For Sheriff WILEY MATTHEWS. For County Superintendent MARY E. HOSFORD. For County Judge JAMES M. RAY. For Clerk of District Court W. C. ELDER. For Surveyor F. H. BENSON. For Coroner N.F.DONALDSON. For Co.-Commissioner 2d Dist J.R.RITNER. THE DUTY OF KEPUBLICANS. The republican party of Lincoln county in delegate convention the largest aud most representative ever held in the county selected the standard bearersof the party ..for "this campaign. The contests for the nominations were con...

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 October 1895

2 THE mWPU&ii OCTOBER' -29,- K05. Thtf Cbciforts and Discomforts o the winter season are fore molt inthe'-mindsof men and women to-day; for winter is coming, and coming, fast arid you must prepare for it. Ladies you need a good warm Jacket or Cape. We are making spe cial prices for the next 10 days. Our $22.00 Astrachan Capes forHsf&Tbb:- our $20 .capes for $15'; our $6. 5 (Tcapes for 4. 75 ; our $10 jackets for 4.50; our $5 "jacketsT'for 3.50. r y TOMS f MOSLEMS: Baiburt District the Scenq of Another v- Terrible Srassncrc of Armenians. SHOT BOOT iSlTEEY Ml?.- Oae Hcntlreil and fifty Armenians Slaugh tered and Tlicir Villages Pillaged by tlie Marauder New Disturbances Reported From Other Districts, Constantinople, Oct. 2S. Another terrible massacre of Armenians, accom panied by the outraging of -women, is reported to have occurred quite recently in the Baiburt district between Erzer omn and Tiebizond. According to the ne.ws received here a mob of about 500 Mussulmans and Laz...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 29 October 1895

f a 5 . y'ifs - c '- : ' " -'.1 -5r trttrma i j Leading nuc co f tfee Work!. JOHN KERROD .Sfells tlie above Coffee togatber with ft eowpi4e line of Mill M IMS, Prices Always EeasonibleT HIGHEST MARKB PRICE Paid l?or Country-Produce. MCDONALD'S Cash Prices Tell Their Own Story. (j CANNED GOODS. 'Striog Beans, extra fine, per can . . . .10c String Beans, 2 lb oaa, per can.... .8Jc Ooroj Above All brand, per can 7c Cora, Giltnan brand, per can 8c White Was Beans, per can 8jfc Pork and Beene per can . . . . 15c Piatt's Peaehee, 3 lb can, per can . . . .15c Cal.Efg Plume, 3 lb can, per can. . .15o Cal. Green Gages, 3 lb can, per can. .15c Cal. Muscat Grapes lb canper can . .15c per can, ........10c Blueberries, Underwood, per can. .12c Blackberries, per can. . . l'2Jc Strawberries, per oea. .12 '3 - Mwetard Sariiseslarge can, 10c CEREALS. Nary Beeae. ier Douod ; . 1c Qoo4cfa Pees, pec pou nd , . , 4c ' Kolld Oats, per pound, . ,3c "Buckwheat, Geeaine, per pound. ...5c Lisui Beaas, per po...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 1 November 1895

.... .J AGO TOL. XI. ' I -oat NORTH PLATTE, MBMSK -FRIDAY EVENING; NOVEMBER 1, 1895. -iJOrSfc " 4 fSfotti t The Boston Store SS5S WT We baTe justlreceived a Iarqfe line of: laches? misses 'hildren snd infants' irri poredaad domestic . Cashmere Woolen Hose in plain, riSbedT and "fleece lined of the very best and finest made, which a sell at verp" reasonaBleipfices;-" We have also unpacked ajarge Jine- of ladies', misses' and children's in kid.silkf "saxony large -surjply ofJce avooL and saxony shawls. Ice wool, in" all colors, by the box, and knitted goods of all description at: the very Mq west? prices.' We "have a beSdrlfuI - line of-.fmisses" yatehing caps. Also fur trim mines See our infant's long capes and jackets are The TBoston J. PIZER, School , Supplies 0f all kinds at i l .- a - - A Tablet 5x8 inches for one cent. The largest and best five-cent Tablets. A ruler or lead pencil given with every 5 and 10 cent Tablet. C. M. Newton's Book Store. , ISrOHTS PLATTE, NEB. Surplus, A...

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. — 1 November 1895

THE NORTH PUTTS SEMI-WEEKLY TRJBUNfc' FRIDAY EYETO NOVEMBER 1,1895. IRA. L. BABE, Editor and Pkopkiexok 8UB6CXIPTI0X SATES. 'OseTear, eaefc la advance, J1.25. .Six Months, cash 1b advance ...75 Crate. Eatered altkeKorthPIatte (Nebraska) postoee as aecoBdcIae aaatter. Republican Ticket. For Judge of Supreme Court T.L. NORVAL. For Regents State Univerrity C. EL MORRILL, EI. L. GOULD. TS1 LAST CALL. This is the last issue of The Tribune before election and we I ivish to urge upon every republican the importance of voting- on the 5th republican committeeman in of November and voting the ticket Leach precinct should see that the Uepubucans have a duty to per form next" Tuesday. Let it be per formed with enthusiasm. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S; Gov't Report W.fW YOUNG? -full republican vote is polled. A country subscriber complains bitterly because of the attack we made upon Rev. Franklin. -But we have no apology to make to Frank lin. The man who will prostitute his sac...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 1 November 1895

THE MM! HAfTE SMl-WMKM TRIBUM; ERIDAT EVENMG, MFEMBER 1, 1895. 8fv mm wmmm. Alleged Wife of the Arch CrimiBaJ Takes (he Stand. FOURTH DAY OF THE TEIAL First WitBeas'Preved to Be a lively toe. Invariably deferred to tlie PrisoBer am "the Individual" AmEcd 'Eves Holmes, . , Philadelphia, Oct. 31. When the privileged persons had "been permitted to eater the court room in "which the trial of Holmes is proceeding, there ap peared to be almost as many "women as men present. 3Icst of them had seats in the space- usually reserved for -witnesses. Holmes, as calm and unmoved as ever, -was .placed in the dock at JO o'clock. His counsel promptly-vent to him and a lpng,and earnest colloquy en sued. 'Hdlhigsfflatalosfc of thetalMng, and vras apparently offering suggestions or perhaps giving orders. He appeared to l)e "brighter and more- cheerful than at anyame since; the trial began, . ana? after Ms counsel liad resnmnd their seats he chatted and laughed :vith two court officers stationed nest td...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 1 November 1895

THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKEY .TRIBME-: FMDM; lEENMGj KOyEMBEft jL,. tl895.- ,-5 . "is Universal ccotec a& Leading fiacc crtfe World JOHN HER ROD Sells tlie above Coffee together with a complete line of mm m m mm. Prices Always Seasonable. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE Paid For Country Produce. JIKote price-list. changes in to-daj' MCDONALD'S Gash Prices Tell Their Own Story. MINOR MENTION. It is understood the pops will hold a rally in this city next Mon day evening. ' Win. Coleman, the north side butcher, is now occupying- the room vacated by John. Day. -Cr H. Breck, of the Swift Pach- " jnff Co., SouthOmaha, attended the firemen's ball last evening-. Major A. M. Dill has purchased the Thos. Hughes property on west Sixth street, the consideration being $1,850. Dr. J. West Hingston, of Chey enne writes The Tribune that he will be in this city Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 2d and 3d. Frank Brooksbf Nichols, fell on the stone sidewalk in front of the Foley block Wednesday after noon and very b...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 12 November 1895

- ' I: YOL. XI. NORTH PLATTE, NEBBlStti TUESDAY EVENINfc NOVEMBER 12; 1895. NO-. DO. Jr. a i : -- '. .. ., - - - - . .. - - 1 1 . . ' - : THE GREAT SLAUGHT .. .-rry OP TEH BOSTON ER SALE STORE for tliffinft-of No v, Commencing the 12tli. We findcrtir8fel? -Goods, and Tve'must reduce it from now" on until the 1st of December DRY GOODS DEPT.t : 10 pieces; all colors, all-woof, 46 inch .wide, imported Senre, worth 81.25. for. this sale afc(V7i center.. - ' - Ten pieces, all colors, 40-inch all wool, silk finish- Henriettas, -vcpr.th 225 per yard. "for "thTsale afc?67i c. Ten nieces Ladies' Cloth, 46-incb "''wide, worth 90 cents, for this sale at 57-1 cents.- Te pieces) York ,uiade Novelty goods, worth fifty cents, .for 'this sale at 25 cents per,ard. Ten.pieces SulianaSuitings, dark or light, at 10 cents, worth fifteen. Ituasign fleece at 9i per yard. Canton Flannels from five cents per yard and upward. Jbed fleece-lined shirts and .pants at 25 cents, worth 35 cents; children's underwe...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 12 November 1895

7 .t-.t 1- NOKTE PLATTE, NEBMSEAy' -TUESDAY , -EVMIJJ&, NOVEMBER' 12, 1895. ' NO; DO. Y01. XI. Ihe great slaughter sale . "7t OP , TSE boston: store for Mn&JfTlovf, Wp. W,fnljrs ve must reduce it from now DRY GOODS DEPT. . 10 pieces, all colors, all-woof, 46 inch wide, imported Senre, worth $1.25, for. this sale at G7 cents.- Ten pieces, all colors, 46-inch all-, wool, slllc finish Henriettas, -wjor.th 125 per yard.TorfTsale afc6?i c. Ten pieces Ladies' Cloth, 46-inch wide, worth 90 cents, for this sale at 571 cents.- : Te pjjecpsv York made Novelty? goods, worth fifty cents, .for :this sale at 25 cents per yard. - Ten-pieces Sultana. Suitings, .darjc. or light, afclO cents, worth fifteen. Russian fleece at 9i per yard. Canton Flannels"froni five cents per yard and upward. ,y HOSIERY and MITTENS. ladies1 fast black seamless hose at aighteen cents,,regular price twenty five: ladies hose at eight cen.tsteg-. ular price 12cents ladies woblrn hoset twenty-nvo centsegnlar thirty ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 12 November 1895

fc? fmx - Witty fifm. IRA li. BARE, Editob A2TD Pbopkxto auseosirnox xath. Qe Year, mm ia ftdraaee,.. H.25. 8ixXea4hs, eaehla sdT&see 75 Cents. ' Bstored si tfe 0rthKftte (eieks)psoSae ws We are glad, to Colonel Elliugbam tike the credit of electing part of the ooeaty popslist ticket. There are not maoy who would care to be held respon sible. Geobge Habdin stated during the campaign that he favored awarding the county puplishing to the lowest com petent bidder. Will Mr. Hardin live up to that statement; or was it simply a campaign story. Two years ago the populists elected twenty-five members of the Mississippi legislature, and last Tuesday they suc ceeded in electing seven. This is ad ditional evidence of, the wonderful growth (?) of the populist party. Judges were elected in all of the Ne braska judicial districts last Tuesday, the republicans losing three and gain ing seven, a net gain of four. There are now nineteen republican district judges, five populist, three democratic...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 12 November 1895

iff S3"7rii r- THE FAIR. HERE'S xr" " -"V "We iardiy mention prices; you can n-ear 'em iflaistle a mile away. They5! make a fogaomialLasleep. Free 0?lc3.ets fomr eijol Excisicia :up IjfQsonrxty-'s River. - That's what we oner at our store. Everything sparkles with newness and stability. Oar's are staple goods, and as a stout argument just compare the quality and prices of our DEY' GOODS, LADIES' CLOAKS lD JACKETS, HATS, CAPS, GLOYES, MITTENS, BOOTS AJSTD SHOES again same quality and prices at other places. This will tell the story. You will then know wfo is your friend; We believe in doing a straight legitimate business a fair living profit on-all goods. We da not do as some do, give you some one article for almost nothing and more than double the true value of some other article. This is not business. It has been and ever will be our earnest determined ambition to sell only the MOST TEHSTWOETHY MEECHAM)ISE obtainable at the ABSOLUTE LOWEST CASH PEICELihat the PEERLESS BUYING POWEE ...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 12 November 1895

3 i Is 7 Leading ftAcCfifeeafttcWOfkL JOHN HERROD Sells tlie above Coffee together with a complete line of mi m m sn Prices Always 'Seasonable. HIGHEST MAEKET PRICE Paid For Country Produce. Smoke Wright's Royal Sports and Havana Rose 5-cent cigars. Mrs. Chas. Hendy left this morning for Denver. Will Brown is down from the Keith ranch to-day. Mrs. D. C. CoDgdon left on No. 2 this morning for a orief visit in Omaha. Mr. ind Mrs. Wm. Edwards joined the throng for Denver on No. 7 this morning. James Babbitt, Jr., has been given a permanent forge iu the Union Pacific blacksmith shops. The Daughters of the King held their bi-weekly social at the Episcopal guild house last evening. Mrs. O. Y. Boss leffthis morning for California, where she will1-spend the winter with her daughter. Messrs. Holzmark and Carlson, two of Gothenburg's young business men, wereJn town yesterday on pleasure bent. Don't forget to purchase a couple of tickets for the concert by the Ariel Indies' Sextette on Friday ...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 15 November 1895

r J V -JL NORTH TIATTErEMaSKArilDAY EVENffl NOVEMBER IB, 1895. A TOL. XL :r J)m1ft Iftate - 1 THE GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE BOfTQN 6j DRY GOODS DEPT. 10 pieces, all colors, all-wool, 46- inch wide, imported Serge, worth $1.25,: for this" sate hfc G7 cents. Ten pieces, all colors, 40-inch all wpol, silk finish Henriettas, ,wor.th 1.25 per yardrfor this sale at:G7i-p-' Ten pieces Ladies' Cloth, 40-inch wide, worth 90 cents, for this sale at 57i cents. Xen pieces' York, made Novelty goods, worth fifty cents, foh tliis sale at 25 cents nervard.v Ten. piecesSultana Smtings,'da'rk or ngnc, ac ru cents, worm nireen. Russian flepce at 9 per yard. Canton Flannels from five cents per yard and upward. HOSIERY and MITTENS. Ladies1 fast hlack seamless hose at sighteen cents, regular price twenty- nve: laaies nose at eigne cen in, reg ular price 12i cehtsjladies'woolf li hose at twenty-two cents, ..regular thirty cent 'hose imported cash mere hose at 35 cents, -worth fifty; children's woolen bose'frbi...

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. — 15 November 1895

THE NORTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUTE: FRIDAY EVENING, SOYEMBER 15, 1895. OselMr, saob la ftdraaee, ..$1.25. MiVwAi, csefela adTMK.... 75-Ceata. -a i t i ii it, ili'riiif.rTrTirtnViiTinitfrfHftftlW JLJLUfl TXX PXOMBT. The presentand recent-past in dustrial situation makes these words from a speech of James Gv Blaine's delivered in the campaign of 1888, foundlike those of a proph et Thej make mighty interest in readin' just now: "I love my country aud ray coun--try-raen. I am an American and rejoice every day of my life that I am. I enjoy the general prosperity of my country, and know that the -workingmen of this land are the best paid, the best fed and the best clothed of any laborers on the face of the earth. Many of them have homes of their own. They are surrounded by all the comforts and many or the luxuries ot life'. I shudder, however, at the thought that the time must come when all this will be changed. When the 'general prosperity of the country will be destroyed. When the great body...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 15 November 1895

3T- TOilLMffilK rt r Base'Ball Senates Will Try a Kew Plan For 2fext Season, ".' UMPIRES HAVE AiT INNING, Players Will Be Ordered From the Groaad Whenever They Malce Themselves Ofc aoxietu Treable Over the Doyle- ' Gleasoa Seal. -New Yobk, Not. 14. The National Baseball League magnates resumed their session at 12 o'clock and all the clubs were represented. The league umpires vrere called before the meeting to testify as to the manner of their treatment by the players during the season just closed and the previous one. It is rumored that the general sense of the meeting advised the abolition-oilk fines for the coming season and that jpla yersvo old be immediately' ordered" from the grounds "whenever they made themselves obnoiious to the;Blpires.,' , The Doyle-Gleason,, exchange sanc tioned .yesterday has aroused John T. Brush of .Cincinnati, who said he- held an option on. the New Yorker. He was very much, chagrined when he found that Doyle had been traced to Baltimore. ; Mr.j.Yohder...

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. — 15 November 1895

TfiE NOfiTH -PLAT33B-.-SBH1-WEEKLY TRIBUNE: FRIDAY IVENIM, 'UOYEHBER 15, 1895.- J " 1v, v - - - ,LtftdNif trite Worfef. JOHN HERROD Sells tlie above Coffee together with a complete line of Prices Always Seasonable. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE Paid For Country Produce. According to the Keith County News Ted McEvoy kas sold his ranch - in that county to Simon Brogan for $2,300. A couple of the school direc tors' children were indefinitely suspended from school one day this week for the violation of a rule. A bright -new girl baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jeter on Monday of this week. The young lady has the best wishes of The Tribune. Colonel Cody has his eye open for Schlatter as a feature of the "Wild West show for next season. He is of the opinion that himseTf J and the "Messiah" wbulck make a strong team. The B. & M. is figuring upon a new time-card which will also probably go into effect next Sun day in order to offset the changes which will be made at that time by the Union Pa...

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. — 22 November 1895

- ii S3 - 1 , i - SKfe yol: xi. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRAmtRIDiYE?ETO; TDYEMBER221895 NO-.' 93. A A UP,? CVJ&V- A A t. -4 trait mm - (slate ot ironfei f THE GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE BOSTON STORE for tjbfe indntlrof toy;j commencing thel2th. "We find ourself with too many Winter Goods," and we must reduce it from now on until the 1st of December. REHDOUR PRIGE-LISTI " DRY GOODS DEPT. 10 pieces, all colors, all-wool, 40 inch wide, imported Serge, worth $1.25, for this sale at 67 cents. Ten pieces, all colors, 4G-inch 11--wool, silk finish Henriettas, worth 1.25 per yard, for this sale at G7 c. Ten pieces Ladies' Cloth, 40-inch wide, worth 90 cents, for this sale at 57 cents. Ten pieces York made Novelty goods, worth fifty cents, for this sale at 25 cenls per yard. Ten pieces Sultana Suitings, dark or light, at 10'cents, worth fifteen.--Iiussian fleece at Q$ per yard. Canton Flannels from five cents per yard and upward. HOSIERY and MITTENS. Ladies' fast black seamless hose at eighteen cents,...

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. — 22 November 1895

TEE NORIfl EUXlt. SEW-WEEKLY. IKIBUM: BIMY EVENING, KOYEMBEB ,22, 18.95. ; . lRAIi.BftRB,EDITOBAjnPKOPKIETOB SUB6C8XPTI0K BATES. Oae Year, cash ia adraoce, H-25. " Six Moathi!, aasfa la advaace .'75 Ceats. XHteredattkeKorthFlatte(Nebraetflpofitoffiefla3 second-daw matter. The decision of the state su preme court last Tuesday declar ing the Akers' irrigation law to be constitutional, insures the rapid advance of irrigation interests in western Nebraska. The fact that there has been some doubt as to the validity of the law has retarded the formation of districts for the con . structioh of ditches, but as the, way is now clear a number of new ditches are likely to be built under the pro visions of the law. There arefTome, however, who believe thata iavorable decision from the United States su preme court upon the validity of . the measure would tend to increase the marketable value of - the irriga tion district bonds. We believe that these bonds will find a reason- ably good market wit...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 22 November 1895

the Mt-h $hMi itmwmm tribune:, friday mmM, .kovbmbeb- im..--. CONTINUED FROM SECOND PAGE. miles distant The young people, how ever, did not nropose tQ go to Calhonn's by rail. The rodds were in. prime con dition, and a sleigh ride of SO miles, di vided in the middle hyahot supper and -two or three hours spent in danc ing. while the horses rested, was a pros pect much too delightful to he resisted by any young person with a spark of enthusiasm and vivacity about him. The best horses to be had were engaged for theride. Tom had no desire to mako the trip alone with the coldly silent Daisy and had persuaded a friend to go with him in a doublo sleigh "and take Daisy's cousin Stella. Sleigh rides like this have been de scribed so much better than I can do it that I shall pass over this part of the story, as well as over the delights which followed when the merry party arrived at Calhoun's. It was after supper, while they were dancing in thelong dining Toom, that the storm came tup. No one...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 22 November 1895

r v i1 THE "NORTE PLATTE- SEMI-WEEKLY- TRIBDffi: I'RIDAY EVENING, NOY1MBER 22, 1895. C ni Exclusively k m CteKvTwcwty-Qwe Million Peopk wems t-airurouoas Universally accepted a the Leading nee Ceffee of tfc Worlds JOHN HERROD Sells tjb.e above Coffee together with a complete line of staple m w mm. Prices Always Seasonable, HIGHEST MAKKET PRICE Paid -For Country Produce. Smoke Wright's Royal Sports and Havana Rose 5-cent cigars. Reece Lemon has accepted the ""position of niglit clerk at the Hotel Keyille. A part' was given at the Har rington residence on Wednesday evening, A girl baby was born to Dr. and Mrs. Northrup on Tuesday morning last. Rev. Stearns will preach at the Baptist church next Sunday. -Ev erybody welcome. 0' Presiding Elder Leonard was in Kearney Tuesday attending a meeting" of the Kearnev district ministerial association. The evidence in the Wallace land case was completed last even mg and the case is to-day being: arjrued by the counsel. The case will go to the jur...

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