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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 30 July 1897

:MITS 8F G-EESGE.' JREUGIOUS RECLUSES VKO UVED IN HOLES IN THE CUFFS. Xherr Sasteaance aadBemiaed Always i la Their Aerial Cavea Tie iloaastery .' ef St. Step&eas. j i One of the most curious scenes mi the Ihessalian frontier is to faefotmd as KalifaaJd, some 50 railes by rail above Trfkhnla. The town lies on a plain which is hacked by the extraordinary rGoks of Meteors, rising precipitously to a great height and commanding the marked attention of travelers. In places the cliffs ascend like a -wall to a height of 2r000 feet. They are rough, free from verdure and disfigured "by innu- j mcrable holes and caves all over their face. i It is these cares and remains of monk-1 ish dvreHings in them that give the recks of ileteora the strange, almost .prehistoric appearance that has made them famous. There are several monasteries at KalibakL The largess is St. Stephen's. Unlike the other monasteries, this is ranched by a drawbridge thrown across a yawning chasm. This is one of the large...

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. — 30 July 1897

Tooin and County Jews. j Miss Louisa Weingand and Fern Stamp, who have been visiting- friends in Illinois, are expected home to-morrow night. tt is expected that a large num ber of people from surrounding towns will arrive to-morrow to attend the sessions of the conven tion Sunday. Miss Berenice Searle. who for several weeks past has been visit ing friends in Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin, is expected Tiome to night. The Tribune acknowledges a call to-day from Mark wood Holmes, editor of the Lexington Clipper Citizen. Mr. Holmes is attending the League convention. J. H. Lunny and family, who had been visiting friends in town left for Orestes, Ind., this morning. Mr. L. is a glass blower and fre quently draws $350 per month. The Chicago weather forecast for North Platte and vicinity is fair to-night and to-morrow. The max imum temperature was 103; on the same date last year it was 92. Rev. Hardaway, of Ord, for merly pastor of the M. E. church of this city, is attending the conven ...

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 August 1897

---- ' - , ... - - - Aihiihihii i U MM I IIIWI 1 I III M MMMI IMMI iHWHIW I HMHI WMMMMWII I Wi I" I ' I IUI II Bill I III il Nil Mi 1 II l II I MMBM I WWII I I in II W I -w mceliiir jetm- HOEEE PTrATTR, MBEASKA, TUESDAY EYEMG, AUGUST 3, 189T. SO. 6B; yol. xm. mm f "' . i 1 1 - 1 i , , , . : ' i ' ' I ofDRESB GOODS SILKS. I As space is limited we can only qjiote a few of our many novelties: M il . 5 :: DRESS GOODS, x i i M Golden Cross Imported Corlene Cloth, in Novelties tor 55c to $1.05 per -yard. SJ " " Silk, mixed. Novelties, from. Goc to S5C - IM f " Suitings in Solid Colors, from 75c to-$r.o5 - " M M . . " S3fc Warg Henrietta at 7 " w- '4"..i84- AH Wool Henriettas from 35c to-T-io cc 115 2 Mi - ie c " Carina Lustrine - 11 ' Brocadsat - AH Wool Sackings- a full line at - Silks tor Skirting, the - VJ Complete line of Trimming- Silks and Gimps, aU colors, to .-match any of our novelties or plain suitings. Now that perhaps your dress maker is not so very busy you should araR your c...

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. — 3 August 1897

'run - Wttlty f&xibmt IRA Ij BARE, Editor and PBornrcroR SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One Tear, cash in advance, ?Li5. 81x Months, cash in advance 75 Cents Entered atthe NorthPlatte (Nebraska ) postofflce as second-ctaPEmatter. TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1897. The Era says the city affairs are in the same old rut." Is it possible that the "reform" admin istration has a few favorites and that Mr. Chcyney is not one of them? It is agreed that Europe's wheat crop is about 125,000,000 bushels short of last year. It takes no argument to show that the United States is interested in the fact. Uncle Sam is long- on wheat, and short on nothing-. The Era should have Mr. Parsons, the city's legal advisor, bring- suit against and recover from Geo. E. French the $250 the latter received as city attorney. Such action would free the Era editor from the chances of injuring his health howl- .ing about Mr. French. Mr. Cheyney was, we believe, present at the council meeting when the bills of C. h. Patterson were a...

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. — 3 August 1897

WA&02 THEH&HSEi EXCITING TIMES ON HOARD A SWIFT BLOCKADE RUNNER. .ThomM X. Taylor's Tfcxillinff yarratiTC of the G raises af the Sbtarioas IBaas&ee 3To. 1 IKxisin tic Federal TFarsIiips XB.'&Hll Oat Of WilTnttttmi. WING to the fa vorable ship channels at the raGtith of Gape Wpnr TTwr the- entrance to the port of Wiiming ton, N. C, that paint -was a pop 7i far one for blockade rrrnners ttt rr v ing on a contraband trade t . - "with the south- i em Conf ederacv. The strong Fed-' eral Wcckading Seat "was dsSed by daring sailors who j risked Kfg, lifctn. and fortune in their , speoatetiTe ventures. ZVIr. Thomas E. Taylor, a principal in nmnerous bold smuggRag trips, tells the fcuary of his j experiences in making: that port with a notorious Hule steamer called the Ban-j s6ee Ne. 1. j "The Banshee may claim to be a ; landmark not only in the development of bieckade, bet also of -marine archi- ; tectnre," says ilr. Taylor. "With the exception of a boat built for Livingston...

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. — 3 August 1897

W 8 suffering there luuiii dim uuuuiY nciua. Wanted A copy of The Tki bdne of the date of Jan'y, 21. 1888. One dollar will be paid for a copy of that date. F. A. Reynolds, of Gothenburg, one of the state bank examiners transacted business in town yes terdav. E. E. Ericsson, who was up from Cottonwood yesterday, says the hot weather of last week in jured the corn to a considerable ex tent. Will Jolliff is in from Kern pre cinct to-day, and reports that Sun day nijrht's rain was light in tha section, about one-fourth of an inch falling. George McEvoy who has been employed for a year or more in the citv blacksmith shoos, entered the j . an apprentice. Sunday night's rain extended from Cheyenne to Des Moines, Iowa and from Dakota to Kansas. Ne braska received a wetting in every nook and corner. Lieut. See, of Vancouver Bar racks, formerly stationed at Sidney passed through this morning en route to Nashville. He was met at the depot by Rev. Beecher, Mrs. John Sherman is recover- in"- fro...

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 August 1897

. , t. t Witt 'NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, FRIDAI EVENING, AUGUST 6, 1897. NO. 67 VOL. XIII. Bkttt 3R AUTUMN OPENING ofDREBB GOODS As space is limited we can only quote a few of our many novelties: i i i DRESS GOODS. Golden Cross Imported Curlene Cloth in Novelties for 55c to $1.05 peryard. Silk, mixed Novelties, from 60c to 85c ' " Suitings in Solid Colors, from 75c to 1.05 " V Silk AVarp Henrietta at 7 :;-:Z " All Wool Henriettas from 35c to 1. 10 . ' All Wool Serges from 38c to 68c " . " Carina Lustrine 25c to 75c " Brocadsat 43c All Wool Sackines. a full line at 42c Silks ior Skirting, the newest in the market; don't fail to see them; they are beauties. Complete line ofTrimming Silk's and Gimps, all colors, to match any of our novelties or plain suitings. Now that perhaps your dress maker is not so very busy you should avail your self of the opportunity of being first on her list, and also of having fiast choice of the newest fabrics. The only way you can appreciate our immence line...

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. — 6 August 1897

Mt Stwl-Wttllji SrHroiw 1RAL- BARE, Editor akdFbopbietor SUBSCRIPTION RATE8. OneXear, cash in advance, $L25. Six Months, cash In advance 75 Cente EnteredattheNorthPlatte(Nebragka)po8tofflcea8 gecond-clagpmntter- FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1897. Last week a single fleet of vessels carried four million bushels of wheat from the United States to Europe. Uncle Sam is willing that many similar fleets follow. Wool has jumped up six cents per pound arid bids fair to go higher. The wool-growers of the west who voted for McKinley and a protective tariff last fall are happy. The fact that the European coun tries do not like the Dinglcy bill is about the strongest argument yet adduced in its favor. The Dingley tariff was passed for the benefit of the United States and not for Eu rope. Tub New York papers charge that John McLean, the would-be silver senator from Ohio, has all his Cincinnati leases made-'payable in gold." McLean wants 1( to 1 for the other fellows: he will take gold for his rent. It is 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 August 1897

CHARXRESr ONE. OF OUR FRENCH ALLIES. .Aa Oficex's Story of tlie Xotnas Iac T Action Gallant Exploits oe the Tesin enla Wltlr 3TeClen2a Hfa Love of Car 1T Charges Cottrase at Gaines 3IHI. gcopj' uUt. IE!?, fay American Press JLsso- ! oauan. -tsooii risers reserved. I KLNCE HE3T RI7S independ ence and ntecfe are born, in tie hlmd and brrd in tfce hone,"T ; said a. veteran Gf- ficerof r be Arm of the Potomac, ' while discussing , Tie Herald's ac- count of the nev , hero of African j exploration. "I j served "with his : father, Due ie Chartres, under 21 cCle HmiT in . IS62. There-were three of the French princes present "in j the battles around Torkrowu and Rich- ' raond Pxinct? de Jbrnrille, whose title j of prince despended io Henri, and his ! nephews, Louis Philippe, Cerate de ' Paris and Robert cTOxleans, Dec de 1 Chartrea. The princes, -who served as ! TorniKary aids on ilcClellaii's staff, ! were soldiers of no ardiotiry ability, and their exnrnple -was of great benefit in encoura...

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. — 6 August 1897

Town and County fleets. A iew loads of new wheat were marketed in town this week. A great many sheep are being shipped east over the Union Pacific at present. Morris Fowier, clerk at the Star, has taken a month's vacation, and is looking after his outside interests. Letters from our correspond ents at Myrtle and Sutherland were received too late for publication in this issue. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Banks arc expected home Monday. Bad roads have impeded their traveling else they would have arrived earlier. The Turpie Bros., of the Bird wood ranch.Lstarted a herd of 400 horses for Arkansas Tuesday where they expect to find a good market. Miss Lena Schatz, of this city, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fisher at Salt Lake, has accom panied the latter on a pleasure trip to Alaska. A train of empty sleepers passed west last night as second section of !Nb. 3. They will be used, it is said, by the returning Christian Endeavor delegates. Mathias Elias sold his prop erty on east Fifth street t...

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. — 10 August 1897

- 2 X.. - 3fe mi - -go NORTE PLATTE, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 10, ; LS97. NO. 68. YOL. XIII. Jjtorth n . , . . ... ; , ; . - - , . rr Iff. AUTUMN OPENING wb ofDRESS G-OQDB SILKS. As space is limited we can only quote a few of our many novelties: . ' t i i Golden Cross Imported ,-, " " Silk Warp Henrietta at 70c v f .. ' " All Wool Henriettas from 35c to 1. 10 " ...-' - All Wool Serges from.... - 38c to 68c " . - " 'Carina Lustrine : 25c to 75c " " . . . Brocadsat 43C per yard. . All Wool Sackings, a full Hue at 42C per yard. Silks ior Skirting, the newest in the market; don't fail to see them; they are beauties. Complete line of Trimming Silks and Gimps, all colors, to match any of our novelties ; or Dr. J.W. BUTT, Over First Nat'l Bank. KQRT1I rLATTE yHiCOX & HALLIGAN, ATTOItNEYS-AT-LAW, tiQKTU PLATTE, - - - NBBKASK.V OfBco over North rintte Nntlonnl KnnV. D R. N. F. DONAI.DSON, Assistnnt 8urcon UnJonJ'ncflc and Member of Teuslpu Board, NOKTU TLATTK. - - - NEBRASKA. Of...

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. — 10 August 1897

1RA.L B ARE, Editor and Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RAXES. One Year, cash in advance, 11.25. SiiMontlis, cash in advance 75 Cents' Entered 8tthoNorthPlatte(Nebrasks)pogtofficeag second-class matter. 4 TUESDAY, AUGUST 10. 1897. The mercantile agencies say that the failures for July were less than during" any month since 1892. If this is not a sign of returning" pros perity, what is it? In manv of the farming states the tillers of the soil are navino- i j their loans so rapidly that the loan agents are getting more money on hand than they care to have, and are making new loans at a much lower rate of interest than former ly. It is said that in Minnesota farm loans are being made at five per cent per annum. o A populist friend tells us that Wm. Neville, who wants the popu list nomination for supreme judge and wants it awfully bad, will ex perience some trouble in securing a delegation from this county. It is generally understood that if T. Fulton Gantt wants the Lincoln county delegation h...

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. — 10 August 1897

HE THOROUGHBREDS. . cdge Rice, 2-16$2, is stepping quarters n uTJci seconds. Bed Wilfces already has two new per Carmers for 1807. 3IsMan, 2rl3?, bj-Alcantara, will bo campaigned by Trainer Ed Either. Jack Curry has in his stab lea 5 lied Oak, Delineo, 2tL3H, ijy DeHneator. Xcxvin G, 220, hag fceen converted and recently paced a mile in StlSJi. Alonzo, SUTi, by Allandorf, has been added to- Johnny DickersonTs stable. John fL ilarstoxr has a large stable oi horses in training at Pittsficld, N. H. 2L Adryaf Paris is in this country pick- ! injr up a number of American trotters. Trainer 3ars Deiaarest has a good stable ' of horses at Charter Oak park, Hartford, i It is now stated that the new owner ef ; "Vassar,"i)7,- will campaign him this sea- j son. lady Waldstein, the promisiag western pacer, stepped a mile in 2:14 as Denver re cently. AKce Downing, a daughter ef Baron WHkes, recently trotted the Eleetweod track in 22:1 1. Dr. J. C. BawHngs, Lancaster, X. C, has shipped his stable ...

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. — 10 August 1897

IRA Ii BARE, Editor and Proprietor j 3T TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1897. 1 7! Town and County flews. Wi" kelnew Chamber Suit of three pieces 'IPOJR, TEN DOL-IiAJRSP i I presume you would. We cannot sell -you one for that money but ybucan purchase a good one for a little more money. We have thfe finest line of FURNITURE ever shown in the city. Call and see our new Couches and Lounges; We' have something cheap In an extension table, and our dining room Chairs are the best made for the money. . ODD FELLOWS BLOCK. E, B. WARNER. 1 Grand I Removal Sale. I On and after Sept. ist, we will occupy double front rooms across the street. Goods will be sold for next thirty days at unheard of prices. We want the public to move away with bulk of stock if prices count. Our new location will be a strictly cash store and one price. All goods sold for cash. 1 STAR CLOTHING HOUSE, I v5 WEBER & VOLLMER. ANOTHER SLASH IN PRICES AT RENNIE'S CLEARING SALE. Thirty days more m wljich to close out the most choice...

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. — 13 August 1897

Mmilx 1 zmx- NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY MWWG, AUGUST 13, 1897. HO. 69. yol. xni. 1 74 . m m GHns ami im m A beautiful line of dress goods; strictly up to date patterns for the fall and winter season, with trimmings to match. We respectfully ask our lady friends to examine these goods before purchasing elsewhere. No trouble to show goods and qudte prices. We have no closing-out sale, or removal sale, but we can sell you new goods at a less price than we could old stock. All goods cheaper this season than ever before. Our Motto: One price to all Cash only Not going out of business A small profit on all goods we sell-Goods just as represented or money refunded. THE HUB, W. T.BANKS, prop. Dr. J.W. BUTT, DENTIST. Over First Nat'l Bank, NORTH PLATTE yiLCOX & HALLIGAN, ATTORN E'xS-AT-L AW , KOBTH PLATTE, - NEBRASKA. Office over North Platte National Bank. D R. N. P. DONALDSON, Assistant Burgeon Union Pacfic Bp"-'"' and Member o Pension Boanl, NORTH PLATTE, - NEBRASKA. Office over S...

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. — 13 August 1897

s J.RAL BARE, Editor and Pbopriktob SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One Year, cash in advance, 11.25. Six Months, cash in adTance 75 Cents' -Entered BttheNorthPlette(Kebraaka)poBtofficoas 6 ccond-clnFf matter. FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1897. Ashley Peters evidently 1m posed on Mr. Cheyney, and the lat ter thought he had a joke on The Tribune. Would the nomination -of a good populist like Peters be galling- to Mr. Cheyney? A woman euroute for Klondike had fifty proposals for marriage be tore she had got fifty miles up the Yukon. Unmarried women in North Platte who want to get married get should lose no time Klondike. in starting for It looks very much as though Mr Cheyney is not in favor of Win Neville for supreme iudge. Neville is a North Platte man and a good middle-of-the-road populist, and ret his home party organ has not had a good word to say for him. This is a little strange. It is announced that Wm. Neville has now come out as a middle-of-the-road populist, having cut the strings which he had a...

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. — 13 August 1897

CASOYAS-SSOT DOW. PRIME MINISTER OF SPAIN KILLED EY AN ASSASSIN. i 'Xlsltlu tke Kaths at Santa ApiHa TTlirn 5- "He 3Ceet Hfc Traic DeixSU U? TTa.' Oae of the 3tot ZVoti Dipltmat in -Eerope JLsala la Arreste!t- "5f AT?grot Aug. 10. The assassination of the prime minister of Spain, Sencr Canovas del Castillo, -who was shot and killed by an TtalTnn anarchist , whopc name is believed to he 3ScheIo An gino GuIK, at the baths of San ca Afacca, fendcy afternoon.-vras cn doiibtcdly coldbloodedly- premed itated. GoIIi de liberately -wratch-rd for an oppor tunity to Mil the Spanish states man, and be only sesor. casttexo. fired when he had no chance of missing. In fact, the assas sin, -who "was arrested almost immedi ately after the premier fell dead at the "feet of his -wife, has declared as much, to the pram firing magistrate Further details of the assassination show that Senor Cauovas del Castillo and his wife -were present Sunday morn ing at a celebration of rnriss in the chapel attached ...

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. — 13 August 1897

:1RA L BARB, Editob and Pbopbietob : FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1897. Toam and County Jieois. S Lester Tarkington has returned from Colorado where, we under stand, he had been prospecting- for gold. Rev. D. Z. Foulk returned last night from Lincoln. Prof. Ebright and Henry Peterson are expected home to-night. Owing to the absence of several member from town the usual Sat urday evening concert will not be given by the cornet band. John Sullivan returned the early part ot the week from his pleasure trip to Salt Lake. He re ports a very enjoyable visit in the city of the saints. Uncle Jake Wolte, commis sioner of public lands and build ings, will be in the city to-morrow for the purpose of superintending the leasing of school lands. A lawn sociable will be held in the Catholic church yard on Tues dayevening of next week, Aug. 17th, by the ladies of the church. To this event the general public is cordially invited. Dr. Burrows, the Omaha eye and ear specialist, arrived in, town last night and w...

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. — 17 August 1897

Wk M$vm fTOETE PLA1TE, MBRASEA, TpSDAI EVENING, AUGUST 17, 189T. NO. TO. yol. im. 1 A beautiful line o .dress goods: strictly up to d:ite patterns for the fall and -winter season, with trimmings to match. We respectfully ask our lady friends to examine these goods before purchasing elsewhere. Eo trouble to show goods and quote prices. We have no closing-out sale, or removal sale, but we can sell you new goads at a less price .than we could old stock. All goods cheaper this season than ever befpre. Our Motto: One price to all Cash only Tot going out of business A small profit xm all goods we sell Goods just as represented or money refunded. THE fR. J. W. BUTT, DENTIST. Owr First Nan Boat, NOiCFK FHATTK ATTOB3TErS-AT-LAW, ."9EXH PLATTE, - Ofiee orerforth. ffciita Sa&ranl Bfurfc. D K. N. F. DONAlJ)SOX, Assistant Snrjeon Cn Eacfic Bp aad Member of PnaiHU BoaaA 3TOEXH FLATTE, - - - XEBfiifiEA. Office ever a ere it: V Dnu; Stare- E. KORTHKXTP, DENTIST. Boom Ne. G, 0tenstei BaSUOmg, 2O...

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. — 17 August 1897

Sit Jfeml-ftafclif Sri&tm. IRA. L BARE, Editor and Pbopbietor SUBSCRIPTION' BATES. One Tear, cash in advance, $1.25. 8ixMoaths, cash in advance 75 Cents Entered attheNortbPlatte(Nebraaka)postofflceas aecond-classmatter. TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1897. The men who are "silverites" in theory are all "goldites" in prac tice. Not only do John McLean, Senator Stewart, Senator Jones, John P. Altgeld, and "Vice-Presi dent" Sewall compel their creditors to pay in gold, but now the Tarn manyites who are trying- stand on a dilapidated silver platform have issued a lot of new bonds of their society paj'able in gold. The agricultural element in the west gave the republican party its first great start in life. In the past twenty years that element straye over into the wilderness cf green backism and populism. The good times, though, have brought the farmers all back to their old home and the republican party will be again invincible in all the western states outside of the silver mining group. The...

Publication Title: North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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