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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 24 February 1892

.f - 9 - - VOL: YIH-. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, WEgN$SDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1892. M). 7. FIRE! FIRE! PFRP i1iiwemoi i Representatives of Various Reforms in Session at St. Louis. FOR THE NEXT THIRTY Model uiii lose "Will fire to the public its entire stock- rof j first-class goods, such as CLOTHI HATS BOOTS and SHOES, Trunks and "Valises. ESQ GPn AT 1GT FOR OA SHO WT IT nmri? ticatvitit at AmirTivrri ytattciit JLUJCj MUJLfJCiUljlJUlJlXlU M. EINSTEIN &. CO. MR. BLAIR IN THE FIELD. New Hampshire's Statesman a Presiden tial Candidate Now York Democratic 'State ConcntioB Cleveland's Candidacy to Be Announced. St. Louis, Feb.23; Altthe disaffected Apolitical elements oE the country outsmo of the two great imrtici. were repre sented in the convention, which was called to order in tho exposition build ing at 2 o'clock p. in. A. J. Streetor was -present on behalf of the Anti Monopolists, Representative Taubeneck of Illinois and Robert Schilling of "Wis consin were here to speak for the Peo ple...

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. — 24 February 1892

tfir&m IRA It BABE, Editor and Pkopkieto-r SUBSCRIPTION RATES. IF PAID IX ASVAVCX, - - W-00 TKX AITStTM IT HOT tJilD Et ADVAXCE, - $1.50 VXS, AXVUX Entered t the North Platte (Nebraska) poetoffice as aecond-class matter. "WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 24, 1892. NOTICE TO COMMITTEEMEN. The republican central committee is called to meet at the Court house in North Platte, on Saturday, Feb'y 27, 1892, at one o'clock p, m. All members of the committee are requested to be present. By order of the chairman. H. M. Grimes. The nearer the farm and factory are to each other the greater the home market, and the greater the home market the creater the value of the farm. The Indiana republican primaries held on Mondav elected Harrison men to send delegates to Minneapo lis. In but two counties was there even a semblance of opposition. In view of a call for an extra session our own and only Senator Stevens should commence refrain ing his famous railroad bill, and thus trim his sails for the congres sion...

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. — 24 February 1892

THE LOCHL LYRE. A meeting of the county assessors will be held at the court house on the 15th of March. Next Monday is the day quadrenni ally afforded the ladies for exercising their leap year prerogative. W. D. Waldo left last night for the east for the purpose of purchasing a cou ple of cars of draft horses, which in his opinion this- market demands. The.officeKf the'county clerk and suporinteticJetitr of" publio instruction hare been papered, giving tho rooms a much improved appearance. Rev. E. A. Russell, of Ord, Neb., assisted by the resident minister Rev. Bewick, is holding revival meetings at the Baptist church this week. The snow storm of yesterday was much heavier west of us than it was here. Trainmen say that the snow came down in chunks instead of flakes. Perry Corbett has sold his house and lota on the north side to Hugh Bird. This looks very much as though Hugh expected to embrace matrimony soon. Mrs. Jenness-Millor, the dress re form advocate, will probably, deliver a ...

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. — 24 February 1892

North Platte National Bank, NORTH "PLATTE, NEBRASKA. 3?aid up Capital, 5,000. DIBECTOBS: E. W.HAMMOND, O. M. CARTER, C. T. IDDINOS, M- C LINDSAY, A T STRFTT7L H. OTTEN, All business intrusted to us handled promptly, carefully, and at lowest rates. J. E. EVANS, M. OBERST, A. D. BUCKWOBTH- 4 Closing -:- Out -:- Sale BOOTS and SHOES I will close out my entire stoch of Boots and Shoes at a GREAT SACRIFICE. Wishing to quit tlie business I will give bargains on all goods in stoch. Some of the best goods made in this country will be Our goods are all the very best. No shoddy in stoch. Call in for Bargains, for you never bought Good Goods for such prices. I offer at a bargain the entire stoch and fix tures to anyone desiring to engage in the' Boot and Shoe trade. The reason for selling is that other enterjjrises engage my attention. Call for bargains at Otten's Boot & Shoe Store NORTH PLATTE MARBLE WORKS. Manufacturer of and Dealer in Headstones, Curbing, Building Stone, And all kinds o...

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. — 16 March 1892

-- Hf. ..... wlht IHtttt TOL. VIII. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKi,WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1892. NO. 10. Tie Will Offers to the Public this Spring the Best Made and Finest Patterns of Clothing, Boots, Shoes, HATS, CAPS AND FURNISHING GOODS At such PKICES, regarding the QUALITY, that cannot be DUPLICATED in Chicago. We can fit everybody in SIZE as well as in POCKET BOOK. We especially call the attention of mothers to our extensive Children's Department. We have GOOD KNEE PANTS AT 25 CTS., Good Knee Suit Pants at Si.oo, Blue' German Calico Boys' Waists at 25 cents. BOYS' SHOES, sizes from 11 to 4, at ONE DOLLAR, which cannot be duplicated for $2.00. We ask the people of Lincoln County to call and see our enormous stock of goods and get our low prices. Yours respectfully, MAX EINSTEIN, Prop., 7VYODei CLOTHING HOUSE. DOiLEmniOfA Lindsey A. Bennett of Atlantic Kills His Wife and Himself. CONGRESSIONAL FORECAST. MM EXHIBIT PLANS. Schemes Which; Lieutenant Barker Has in His Mind. LYNCHED A YOUNG GIRL...

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. — 16 March 1892

W Minus. IRA Ii. BARE, Editok aau Pkopkietor SUBSOKIFnOK BATES. XV PAID IS ADTAXCZ, - - $1.00 rZB AJCirUX IT BOT TAXD IX ADVAKCX, - L60 PZB AKVCK stored at tba Korth Pltto (Nebraska) poetoffice as eecond-clars matter. WEDNESDAY. MARCH, 16, 1892. PUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION. The republican elector erf Lincoln county, Ke feroka, are requested to tend delegates from the awreral predncU to meet in convention In North riatte on Saturday, April 23d, 1892, at one o'clock p. m., for the purpose ol electing delegate to the state convention at Kearney on April 27th, 1892, ad the election of delegates to tha congressional eearention of the Sixth congressional district which meets at Kearney on the evening of April XtB, 1F3Z, and for the selection of a chairman and secretary of the county central committee and for the transaction of such other business as may reg Hlarly come before said county convention. ATPOBTiomcErr. The several precinct are entitled to representa tio: i as follows, being bas...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 16 March 1892

! !,. --.I t s " 1M i ill - "V- 3 .-... THE LOCHL LYRE. McGee will not be undersold. John Herrod has been confined to the bouse for a week past with an attack of scarlet fever. A blacksmith ahop has been opened at Hershey and the town site company expect to have the store opened in a short time. Master Ray Keith was host at a birthday party Saturday afternoon and ths event was duly enjoyed by the twenty-two little guests present. Mif Clara Austin left for Denver last-Week where, she expects to reside permanently with Tier uncle, Judge Austin, an old-timer of that place. The C. E. literary society will give book carnival some time during April Each person is, by some device, to repre sent the name of any well-known book. The March statements of the three banks of the city show deposits aggre gating 8325,000, a good part of which is on time certificates. The showing is a creditable one. Married, at the Lutheran parsonage in North Platte on March 14th, by Rev J. F. Kuhlman. Andrew Lars...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 16 March 1892

NwmFMlfce National Bank, NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. WORKING THE WEST. 3?aid up Capital, X. W. KUOCOKO, c. r. IDDIKO, A. F.STBEITZ, DIBECTORS: O. M. CARTEB, SC. C. IJNDSAY, H. OTTEN, $75,000. J. E. EVANS, M. OBEBST, A. D. BUCKWOBTH. All business intrusted to us handled promptly, carefully, and at lowest rates. Closing -:- Out -:- Sale BOOTS and SHOES I will close out my entire stock of Boots andlsJSSSt Shoes at a GREAT SACRIFICE. Wishing to quit the business I will give bargains on all goods in stock. Some of the best goods made in this country will be SLAUGHTERED . A a Orgaalsed Gaag of Swladlert Deallag la Bogus Drafts. Lima, O., March 14. Information has been received by the Commercial Bank of Celina, that an organized jrane is working the country with drafts on the Commercial bank for sums from $150 to $200. The forgeries were detected through an inquiry from the Chase Na tional bank of New York askuu: if a number of drafts for various amounts had been issued by that bank. The names...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 15 June 1892

' H TP? .- t S VOL. VIII. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1892. NO. 23. Tie iiii A nncin Offers to the Public this Spring the Best Made and Finest Patterns of glo thing, Boots, Shoes, HATS, GAPS AND FURNISHING GOODS At such PRICES, regarding the QUALITY, that cannot ,-be DUPLICATED in Chicago. We can fit everybody in SIZE as well as in POCKET BOOK. We especially call the attention of mothers to our extensive Children's Department. We have GOOD KNEE PANTS AT 25 CTS., Good Knee Suit Pants at $1.00, Blue German Calico Boys7 Waists at 25 cents. BOYS' SHOES, sizes from 11 to 4, at ONE DOLLAR, which cannot be duplicated for $2.00. We ask the people of Lincoln County to call and see our enormous stock of goods and get our low prices. Yours respectfully, MAX EINSTEIN, Prop., MOD6L CLOTHING HOUSE. GREAT DURING THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS I WILL OFFER FOR SALE om; huipked Choice Residence kte In the City of North Platte at Prices ranging from $50 to $150 PER LOT. TERMS: One-tenth cash an...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 15 June 1892

IRA I. BARE, Editor and Pkoprietok mrmcKimox sates. IF ABTJLBCS, - - 11.00 PEE JLTtJTUM ir.jn ria.n astucs, l0 TES ANNUM Xatmtatl Serik Piatt (Kabnafca) postoffico as WEDNESDAY. JUNE 15th, 1892. THE WINNERS FOR '92. For President: BENJAMIN HARRISON. For Vice-President: WHITELAW REID. - Habbieon". Keid and Victory is -ir.ribed on the banner that floats over the republican party. "Nebraska McKmLEy" is what defecate Warner, of this city, was dabbed after castincr his vote for 7 - the Ohio statesman. The campaign is now on and the formation of Harrison clubs is the order of the day. Many have al ready been formed in Nebraska. Henry St. Rayxeb, of Sidney, has intimated that he would like to secure the republican nomination forttate senator in this district Mr. Ravner represented this district nm term in the lower house, and proved a vigorous worker. Tw selecting Whitelaw Ileid for second place the Minneapolis con vention recognized the past services of one of the brainiest newspaper men ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 15 June 1892

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15th, 1892. A $D00 invoice of fire-works at Wil liams. Examine his stock. Joseph Falls was taken to' the Nor folk asylum by Sheriff Baker Monday morning. Hairy Wood-has improved, to such an extent that he can now be wheeled arouncHn an invalid's chair. The interior of the North Platte National Bank has been repainted and handsomely papered, and now presents a neater appearance. Mrs. A. 11. uavis, or. wollneet, was badly burned in thev face last week by the cork in a jug of boiling vinegar be ing blown out and the hot liquid flying over her. Miss GeorgiaMcNeil, one of the most charmirg of North Platte's young ladies, has been visiting m our city the past week, the guest of .Mrs. Kingelty. Sid ney .tniard. The June apportionment of state echool moneys gives Lincoln county $3,275.13, an average of ninety-five cents per scholar, as compared with eighty-two cents in January apportionment. Miss Susie Wilson, who is well known in North Platte, will be married at her home in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 15 June 1892

U. P. TIME TABLE. 001X0 ZAST. No. 8 Atlantic Express Dept 11:30 A. M. No. 6 Chicago Express " 6:35 a. M. No. 2 Limited " 1030 a. X. No. 28 Freight " 7:50 A. M. No. 18-Freieht " 60 p. si. OOINO WIST MOUNTAIN TDiZ. No. 7 Pacific Express Dept 3:45A. M No. 5 Denver Express " 10:30 p. m No. 3 Fast Mail 1225 a. m. No. 1 Limited " 955 p. M No. 21 Freight " 430 p. M No. 23 Freight " 8:20 p. M N. B. OLDS. Agent. LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE. Charles E. Smith non-resident defendant, -will take nntice that on the 24th day of May, 1KC, the North Platte Town It Company plaintiff filed its petition in the district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, the object and prayer of which are to enforce a certain agreement entored into between the plaintiff and the defendant, for the purchase by the defendant from the plaintiff of the following real estate, to-wlt: Iots 1, 3, 4, 5, 14, 15, and 1C in block 4 and lots 10, 11 and 12 in block 10 and lots 10, 11 and 12 in block 15- and lots 10, H and 12 in block 24 an...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 29 June 1892

i VOL. YIII. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1892. NO. 25. H (0 0 .0 H 0 OS H si OE u 4 H m THE MODEL. Opportunity Has Arrived. Are Determined to Unload. We want to sell our enormous stoch of FINEST TAILOR MADE SUITS and sell it quickly. We are about w to nialte the DEEPEST CDT INTO PRICES tliat you have ever known. It will be one continuous picnic for cloth iiig buyers from now until AC3-"CSTZ, F IJE5S T- During this time we reserve noth ing. Everything goes. Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, and Valises. Everything to be slaughtered RE- ' GARDLESS OF COST. THE MODEL CLOTHING HOUSE, M. EINSTEIN. 4 .1 GREAT TOWN LOT SALE! DURING THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS I WILL OFFER FOR SALE ONE HUNDRED Choice Residence Lois In the City of North Platte at Prices ranging from $50 to $150 PER LOT. TERMS : One-tenth cash and bal ance in monthly installments of from $5.00 to 810.00 each. The prices on these lots are not to exceed one-half their real value. Call at my o...

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. — 29 June 1892

IRA JL. BAKE, Editor and Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION KATES. IF IUID I!f ADVANCE, - - fl.00 FEU AXSTTlf ir SOT TAID IN ADVANCE, - f 1.50 PEB ANNUM Entered at tho Xorthriatte (Nebraska) poetoffice as 6econa-cias matter. "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1892. THE WINNERS FOR '92. For President: BENJAMIN HARRISON. For Vice-President: "WHITEIiAW REID. It may be truthfully remarked that the harmony existing between Thorton and Holden, the editors of the two state independent papers, is not spelled with a capital H. At the independent convention last Saturday a motion was made and carried that none but farmers ani laboring men be elected dele gates to the Kearney convention? Was thjs a thrqst ajboaern-tonff Rhea, Snelling, et. al? The two Jay Kay's Stevens and fffnrlrfnn wpvfl in attendance the independent county couventi Saturday out they raueu ro their usual swath. Perhaps this not their year any more than 3'ear proved to be. at on cut is last Yz learn that the Independent Era has been turned over to J....

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. — 29 June 1892

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1892. ( Go to Williams' for your supply of .fire-works. The ico cream festival given by the Good Templars Thursday evening netted the lodge about fifteen dollars. Theresa Stevie, a relative of Mr. Stevie, an employe of the mill company, arrived Monday from Hamburg, Ger- ' many. Ice cream served at all hours at Vienna. the -1 The Tribune is nleased in r h the advent of a girl baby at the home of .air. ana airs, unarles Burke on Monday AttneJbnday evening meeting of ,iae if. lodge Geo. E. French was elected delegate to the grand lodge and j. a. Warner alternate. ice Midway band of Kearney has been engaged by the committee to plav m this city on the Fourth. It is a fine musical organization. The Tiunu"E editor returns thanks to J. E. Baker for a conple quarts of fine nome-grown strawberries. They were line in llavor and very largo in size. A 8500 invoice of fire-works at Wil- lianis . Examine his stock. sF Alter about ten weeks of confine- meat to the house by sickn...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 29 June 1892

U. P. TIME TABLE. Gorsa east. No. 8 Atbmtic Express Dept 11:30 A. 5T. No. 6 Chicago ExpresR " 635 a. M. No. 2 Limited " 1030 A. X. No. 28 Freight " "iCti a. M. No. 18 Freight " 60 r. 31. OOIKG WEST MOUNTAIN TOU5. No. 7 Pacific Exnress Dept S:4oA. M No. 3 Denver Express " 1030 r. M o. 3 Fast Mail 1225 a.m. No. 1 Limited " So P. M No. 21 Freieht " 430. r. 31 No.. 23 Freight " 8:20 r.M N. B. OLDS. Agent. North Platte National Bank, NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. COMMISSIONER DUCLOS REPORT- DPaid izp Capital, LECAL NOTICES. SHERIFF'S SALE. Br virnn of an order of sale Issued by W. C. Elder, clerk of the district court of Lincoln county, Kebrasks. noon a decree of foreclosure rendered In aid court in favor of The Pioneer Savings and Loan Company and against Tennessee uonegan ot nr. I haTe levied udoii the following real estate as the property of said Tennessee Cohe- Ran. et. aL, to-wit: tots one U) aim two m i.lnrk nnmhor two Teniston's Addition to the City of North Platte, Nebraska, as platted...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 20 July 1892

7 -"V - 1 If vS: - .V M S, - . . . TOfi. Yffl. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1892. NO. 28. H i A ft 0 u 33 1 Of) h OS THE MODEL. Are Determined to Unload. We want to sell our enormous stock of FINEST TAILOR MADE SUITS and sell ii quickly. We are about to make the DEEPEST GDT INTO PRICES that you have ever known. It will be one continuous picnic 'for cloth ing buyers- from now until AUG-UST FIBST. During this time we reserve noth ing. Everything goes. Clothing, Gents1 Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes , Hats, Caps, and Valises. Everything to be slaughtered RE GARDLESS OF COST. THE MODEL CLOTHING HOUSE, M. EINSTEIN. 'I -3 4 5 GREAT DURING THE NEXT THIRTY . DAYS I WILL OFFER FOR SALE hi n )i;kd Choice h In the City of North Platte at Prices ranging: from $50 to $150 PER LOT. TERMS: One-tenth cash and bal ance in monthly installments of from ' $5.00 to $10.00 each. The prices on these, lots, are not to exceed one-half their real value. Call at iiiy.ipffice and see plats and p...

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. — 20 July 1892

f fa Mhmt. IRA L. BARE, Editor and Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION BATES. JT rAID IS ADVANCE, - - f LUU TSB ANNUM ir KOT PAID IS ADVAXCE, - 11.50 TEH ANNUM Entered at tho North Platte (Nebraska) postoffiee as second-class matter. The lowest scale suggested by the Pittsburg iron workers for puddlers calls for $4.50 a .ton, while tlie highest pay given for the same work in England dur ing the past year has been $ 1.82. If pro tection has had nothing to do with making that vast difference in the pay of labor, what iu the name of Colonel Adam Smith has caused it? Ex, WEDNESDAY. JULY 20, 1892. THE WINNERS FOB, J92. For President: BENJAMIN HARRISON. For Vice-President: "WHTrELAW REDO. REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION The republican electors of Lincoln county, Ne braska, are requested to send delegates from the several precincts to meet In convention In North Platte on Monday, August 1st, 1892, at one o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing delegates to the state convention at Lincoln on August 4th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 20 July 1892

V - , - : : .. I - , 4 K a- . GOING OUT BUSINESS! Rare chance for close buyers. Our entire stock of goods for sale at cpst and less: We are going out of business forever. Other interests demand our time. You must come. Self defense- economyprotection--all bid you come to the most f mm SALE OF DRY T. j. EVER OFFERED IN WEST NEBRASKA. THIS SALE BEGAN JULY 7th, and will continue until the stock is sold Prices will be slaughtered to such a degree that it will seem like GIVING GOODS AWAY ! Earn Money ! Save Dollars! Make Yourseff Independent. Purchase Early ! Get the Assortment! Come from the Farm, the Shop, the Store, the Office. Come all. T. J. FOLEY, NORTH PLATTE, NEB - st:- I WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1892. 1 ;4 ..j Kavnrnl Imv car tourists wore arrested Sunday and nut to work on the streets Monday. D. W. Baker shiDDed several care of hogs to the Omaha mar ket Sunday. Hhh V.m nflnrsnaiwr office was moved Mondav to rooms on the second floor of .the Neville.block. ThoVmother and brother of M...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 20 July 1892

No No. No. No. No. U. P. TIME TABLE. GOING EAST. S-Atlantic Express Vept 12-20 a. m. u;-tu a a. 8 55 A.M. . " 10:40 A.M. . " 750 A. M. . " 6:00 r. M. G Chicago Expresn 4 lest Slau 2 Limited Vr5fht 18 Freight GOING WEST MOUNTAIN TIME. No. No. 'o No No, No 7 Pnmfin KxnTR8 5 Ik-aver Express S Fast Mail 1 . T ,i rrii t pfl . '.21 Freight .SJJ'reignt ,Dcpt 355 a. M " 1030 P. M 12:10 A. M. " 10:00 P. H " 45 r. M 8d0 A. M n'.'B. OLDS. Agent. l)ftvECTOBS: W.VT. BIRGE, ,-. . O. H. CARTER, D.W.BAKER. C.F.IDDIXGS, M. C. LINDSAY, M.OBERST, A. F. STREITZ, J3.. OTTEN, A..D. DUCKWORTH. All business intrusted to us handled promptly, carefully, and nt lowest rates. LECAL NOTICES. .nuifi unn pnRi.TnATIOK'. Land Office at North Flatto. Nebr., J Jnncl6th,1892. f . Notice is hereby given that the following- 1 .1 t.o Clful nntioanf hm intAtltlOn to makenal proof in support of his claim. ana that wiid proof will be made before the Kegister find Receiver at North Platte, Neb., on August Homestead Entry Xo....

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