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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 5 July 1899

Mon. fe&v TUB. Wed. 16 23 Thur. Fri. 10 11 18 25 Sat. 12 19 26 13 20 27 14 21 28 24 31 30 15 22 29 I China is credited with having one fourth the total population of the world, and is also wrestling with about three-fourths of the world's woe. The bicycle trust is going to the wall. It is stated that the manufactures of the independent companies forthejear will reach 1,170,000 bicycles, while the number made by the trust will only be about 668,000. Judge Kanford, of the United States court at Tacoma, has decided that after a Japanese succeeds in landing on these shores there is no law under which he can be deported. We can keep him out, but we can't put him out. Models of the Maine, the 01\ mpia and the Oregon are to be part of the Ameri can exhibit at the Paris exposition next year. Spanish \isitors can halt at the American quarteis, look upon the models and lealize what did it. The editor of an low a paper must ha\e reeehed an unusually poor collec tion of bad manuscripts and ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 5 July 1899

(Copyright, 189s, by D. App'leton & Co. •V- All rights reserved.] ft CHAPTER XXI. THE RESCUE OF ANGIOLA. The next day, as the big gun from the cita del boomed out the twelfth hour and all the bells of the town clanged forth the time, five horsemen rode through the gate of St. An gelo, whose doors were spread wide open. The single sentry on duty paced sleepily up acd down he. was longing for his noontide siesta, and the guard of-4 half-score of Bag lioni's lancet lay with their armor off, bask ing in the mellow sun. A subaltern officer, who had evidently dined to some purpose, reclined on his back, half in, half out of the shade of a few olive trees that grew to the left of the gate, and the ruby on his cheeks showed up all the brighter against the green of the grass en which he was stretched. The horsemen were myself and my four follow ers. We had taken the route I went the day before with ian, and the plan I had formed was this: On my gaining admittance to the house Jacopo and ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 5 July 1899

•?rf£, July 5th, 1399—TWELVE PAGES. THE DAY WE CELEBRATE. At sundown, July 4,1776, the Declar ation of Independence of the American colonies had been signed by the ac credited delegates, which news was received by the colonists with great demonstrations of joy. Sustained by the greatest constitutional lawyers, the -British parliament had decided that England did have the power to tax the colonies without their consent. Legally they may have been right, but they had ruthlessly trampled upon as pirations for liberty in the breasts of the colonists and the die was cast. They "rebelled "againstGreat Britain. Parliament repealed the obnoxious provisions, but it availed not to ap-the pease the Americans. They had begun to fight ior the principle that "Our rights are inherent in us as men," and they would not abandon it. "Oive us liberty or give us death," was the ral lying cry. They looked upon the pro mises of Britain with disdain. As Webster has since said, "No matter how easy may be th...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 5 July 1899

S I I A N DR- 0. JOHNSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Obstetrics and internal diseases a spe cialty. Galls answered promptly day or night. When calling by telegraph or tele- Ffthonevillagefull give name, town and section, (or in give street) aDd always say what sickness you think it is. Then you get prompt and efficient service, Office in Tribune Building. Residence on Seoond Street. Telephone No. 33. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. QR. W. E. MACLAUGHLIN, Tkgsirtan anil jgitrgam. Graduate University of Minnesota. Late House Physician. St. Luke's Hospital. St. Paul. OFFICE LEWIS BLOCK, RES. FIRST WARD. Telephone No. 122. Telephone No, 17. "WILLMAR. MINN. A. F. MANTOR, DENTIST, WILLMAR MINN. A. ILSTRUP, M. D. VETERINARY SURGEON, Office at Freese & Freese's livery stable Galls night or day promptly attended to. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. A O N E S OLNEY & FRYE, Attorneys at Law, Office in Ackerman & Holt Building. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. Samuel Olson. Charles Johnson OLSON & JOHN80N, AT70RMEY8 flj...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 5 July 1899

5V STORM. Storm and stress on the land, And stress and storm on the sea And a wind that tolls for the unblest souls That asleep In its green caves be. The raindrops splash on the pane The fogs sweep in from the east And the seagulls fly o'er the breakers high, On the hearts of the drowned to feast. .. .• .-• .•••• -it, »n»' A horror lies on the sea On the -land does a terror fall 'Twas in storm like this sailed the fated ship To the death that lay wait for all. And the laugh of the treacherous sea Rings out o'er their unknown graves While its scorn leaps high to the cloud wracked sky, With the hiss of its conquering waves. For the ships may sail from the east, And the ships may sail fuom the west— They may pierce with their, anchors its untamed heart, kAnd furrow with steel its breast. If It pleasure that heart tor wait, It can smile like some guiltless thing, And no words can tell of the magic s»ell The throbs of its surges sing. But U» hunger is heavy to see And its anger is death...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 5 July 1899

Wt? ijf^ W. •i 1 W tf-W^- -n ^Mtfe By CHAUNCY C. H0TCHKIS5 fCopyright, 1697, by D. Appleton &, Co. rights reserved] The officer accepted* the rough apologies offered him, and, after dusting himself with his handkerchief, played out the hand. It fell to his lot to lose, and he paid with a good grace. As was usual, the winner proposed a part ing dram and set up a loud clamor for the waiter to fetch a bottle of rum, swearing he would have no more of the like of the wine Ke had been drinking, the empty bottle of which stood betwixt them on the table. Now had the waiter been forthcoming, I would probably have less of a tale to tell. But 'twixt the heat, long hours and the present lack of* custom, he had doubtless fallen asleep and was deaf to the calls given him. Anyway, after fruitless bawling by the winner, the officer took a hand in the mat ter by turning his attention to me, for he shouted: "Here, ye lazy son of a bullock pricker! step out and find the waiter, and be damned to yo...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 5 July 1899

9 I A N 9 pW!B110FATWAm P. 'A. ANDERSON, ANDREW LARSON President'.' Vice President. ., BENRY STENB, j,f 4, Cashier. Organised Under tbe State Laws. PAID CAPITAL |C5,000.00. UN DIVIDED PROFITS.... .$85,000.00. TRANSACTS A 1 N E A A N I N BUSINE8S. .A.PARMjLOANSlA SPECIALTY.... COLLECTIONS REOEIVE.PROMPT ATTENTION PIRE INSURANCE." STEAMSHIP TICKETS. FOREIGN DRAFTS. ATWATER, MINNESOTA. STATE BANK OF NEW LONDON. PETER BROBERG. President. M. JORGENSON. ylce President. JOS O. ESTREM, Cashier Organised Under the State Laws. CAPITAL7|25,000.00. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. Money to loan on Real Estate at Low Inter ests Collections receive Careful Attention. TIKCETS TO ^§T FROM EUROPE DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE. NEW LONDON, MINNESOTA. TBE KANDIYOHI COUNTY BANK. AND. LARSON, President. L. O. THORPE, Cashier. Organized under the State Laws. PAID-UP CAPITAL AND SURPLUS. 1125,000.00 TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. MONEY LOANED ON BEAK ESTATE. Collections Receive Prompt and Car...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 5 July 1899

Vol. 5. REDUCTIONS THAT ARE HI O ©O Pi A a GO BHS&8*? WILLMA All the broken lots in our handsomely tailored depend able garments that have been selling for $J0, $12, $14 and $15, now O 85*3 01 IB Hverytbipg ^ifst-class. Livery, Board and Sale Stable. One block'south of Post Office. Telephone No. 49 GEO. D. RECOR, Prop., Willmar, Minn. PRAIRIE VIEW STOCK FARM TwesfetfaieMagnets THAT ARE BOUND TO DRAW TRADE. Bargains that put to shame the ordinary special sale. Many people who have for years looked upon us as the one concern in Willmar selling clothing that compares favorably with the finest tailor-made garments have believed that our clothing must consequently be high-priced. To persuade themu thata wea ask no more for our perfectly tailored garments than others demand for inferior merchandise, we'll give them a few GO GO i°t»H 0 2 e» CL S B" to i—i 09 BOYS' SUITS—Clearing Sale Price. 100 All Wool Boys' Suits sizes 4 to 14, war ranted fast colors, made with patent waists, double ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 5 July 1899

5* fillmur ^ribnne* TRIBUNIC PRINTING Co Publisher*. WIULMAR] ~. MINN THE GLADNESS THAT IS BEST. I would not always have it fair, I would not have but summer days He that is never bowed with care Must walk in uneventful ways The disappointments men must learn To bear before their fortunes turn Make doubly sweet the critic's praise. Did she but smile day after day And ever wait your beck and call, Tour love for her would melt away, The idol you have raised would fall! The/tender look that follows when She: weeps and tries her tears again Is always swee'test, after all. The paintea.toys that lie around In careless Heaps upon the floor Were-put aWay' awhile—you found No -sweet one, waiting at the door! But Death was cheated of his prey, And he whose shouts you hear to-day Is dearer than he was before. I would not have it always fair, NOT always walk in easy ways A foolish clown alone would care To listen always unto praise! I fthey in heaven are truly blest And know the gladness that i...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 5 July 1899

vwrnp •'£•'*&' A Guiteau Story That Has Never •-, Befor- Printed '*M -Been' 4 •The Crank Was Promised Office by a Cantpaln-n Official Dlsap* pointment Finally Drove Him Wildly Mad. rt [Special Washington letter.] Tom Cavanaugh has been deputy ser geant-at-arms of the republican na tional committee, and in that capacity has participated in half a dozen presi dential campaigns. He has intimate knowledge of public affairs., ,, "Whenever the anniversary of the as sassination of President Garfield rolls around," says Mr. Cavanaugh, "I am reminded o^f my part in that tragedy. In 1880 the crank, Guiteau, came to na tional headquarters at 241 Fifth avenue, New York city, and daily demanded audience either with Chairman Jewell or Secretary Hooker. I put him off on various pretexts, until he annoyed and fretted me beyond endurance. "You know that cranks are thicker'n flies about national committee head quarters. They all have schemes and new political plans whereby the enemy will be overt...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 5 July 1899

IP The sapphire is (although it may Bound somewhat paradoxical) a species Of bine ruby, the formation of these •tones being identical. There is a pretty Russian proverb which says: "A turquoise given by a loving hand carries with it happiness and good fortune." The shah of Persia is reputed to possess the finest tur quoise in the world. A really flawless emerald is very rare. The richest emerald mines in the world are those of Colombia, but the earliest known emeralds were those of Egypt, the "land of fair emeralds." Cleopatra •ften bestowed as presents to ambas sadors emeralds with her portrait en graved. It seems that a precious stone cannot properly be dignified by the title of gem until it has been cut and polished. It is the optical character of precious stones that distinguishes the real from imitation. Among other questions that the intending purchaser should ask himself in the selection of stones is this striking one: Are the stones like dewdrops hanging from a damask rose l...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 12 July 1899

Vol. 5. BU.« kt 5 s) SE 3 a S S S Sis. c:-^ 3 »5?8 8 WILLMA REDUCTIONS THAT ARE REDUCTIONS: All the broken lots in our handsomely tailored depend able garments that have been selling for $10, $12, $14 and $15, now ft O &TS 0 W 2 DO I a- a s*» 3 as STB** 2 c»i W h-1 a 03 BOYS' SUITS—Clearing Sale Price. 100 All Wool Boys' Suits, sizes 4 to 14. war ranted fast colors, made with patent waists, double seat and knee, rivited buttons, first-class lining and workmanship worth $3.50. Clearing sale price THE NEW LIVERY. Everything First-class. Livery, Board and Sale Stable. One block south of Post Office. Telephone No, 49. GEO. D. RECOR, Prop., Willmar, Minn. S YEARS (remainder of 1890 xoop 1901, PRAIRIE VIEW STOCK FARM.writtenannsell PHIL. J. HALEY, PROP'R. HORSES FOR SALE. HIGGLE BOOKS ,. fwesfetfeTeMagnet THAT ARE BOUND TO DRAW TRADE. Bargains that put to shame the ordinary special sale. Many people who have for years looked upon us as the one concern in Willmar selling clothing that ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 12 July 1899

:--.-—,-- rsm $ yjfllmiiT j^ribune. TRIBUNK PIMXTI.VO CO, Publishers. WILLMAR] MINN The scientists have about finished their study of cyclones. They know all about them now except how to predict and how to prevent them. 'In the event that the usual order of things shall be changed, and women permitted to propose, it will be no more than justice for the fair sex to furnish the engagement rings. The bicycle trust is going to the wall. It is stated that the manufactures of the independent companies for the year will reach 1,170,000 bicycles, while the number made by the trust will only be about (568,000. Judge Hanford, of the United States court at Tacoma, has decided that after a Japanese succeeds in landing on these shores there is no law under,which he can be deported. We can keep him out, but we can't put him out. Models of the Maine, the Olympia and the Oregon are to be part of the Ameri can exhibit at the Paris exposition next year. Spanish visitors can halt at the American quart...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 12 July 1899

fii ftrf/ (Copyright. 1895. by D. Appleton ft Co. All rights reserved.] CHAPTER XXII. THE RIDE TO ST. JEROME. W galloped at a break-neck pace to the •gate, but the guard was already alarmed^ and half a dozen men came hastening towards us. They were on foot, however, and had no mind to stand the shock of meeting horses coming at full speed down an incline, so skipped nimbly aside. The officer alone held his ground, paying for his courage with his life, for Bande Nere sliced his head in two like a ripe watermelon—poor wretch. Had they only closed the gates we were lost, but we reached them just in time, and, passing through like a flash, were free of the town. A bullet or two whizzed past us, but did no damage. It was done, and another half hour of the pace we were going ould place us beyond pursuit. It was no easy mattei, however, to sit the horse and hold Angiola as I was doing, and I very soon began to feel that the strain on my arm was getting be yond me, and that she was sjipping...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 12 July 1899

RAILROAD LEGISLATION, We do not desire to have it inferred from what we said in our answer to Feig last week .that we are satisfied with the" present railroad legislation. Far from iff. 'The People's party fa vors government ownership, or a sys tem of "control so efficient as to hinder discrimmatiqn and allow only a fair protit.oii the /money actually invested, In such "a "long article, touching so many, subjects, a person is liable to leave lom'e doubtful statement. What we desired to have understood was this: John Lind recognized the fact that he had a hostile legislature to deal with, and therefore recommended the remedying of only the most glar ing injustices. There was a provision for reducing rates. There was none for compelling the railroads to bear their just share of taxation. He asked for what he in reason could expect to get. That the republicans were un willing to give even this was natural that they should have dared to refuse it was unexpected. But when a legislature s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 12 July 1899

I A N S SECURITY BANK OF ATWATER. P,A. ANDERSON, ANDREW LARSON President. Vice President. HENRY STENE, Cashier. Organized Under the State Laws. PAID UP CAPITAL $26,000.00. UNDIVIDED PROFITS f^OOO.OO. TRANSACTS A G~ENERAL:BANKING ....FARM.»L0ANSJA SPECIALTY.... COLLECTIONS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION FIRE INSURANCE. STEAMSHIP TICKETS, FOREIGN DRAFTS. ATWATER, MINNESOTA. STATE BANK OF NEW LONDON. PETER BROBERG. President. M. JORGENSON. yice President. JOS O. ESTREM, Cashier Organised Under the State Laws. A I A $ 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. Money to loan on Real Estate at Low Inter est. Collections receive Careful Attention. TIKCETS TO AND FROM EUROPE DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE. NEW LONDON, MINNESOTA. KJ1IM1 COin BANK AND. LARSON, President. L. O. THORPE. Cashier. Organized under the State Laws. PAID-UP CAPITAL AND SURPLUS. $125,000.00 TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. MONEY LOANED ON REAK ESTATE. Collections Receive Prompt and Carefnl Attention. Bank Corn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 12 July 1899

By CHAUNCY C. HOTCHKIS5 ICopyright, 1897, by D. Appleton & Co. rights reserved] All CHAPTER VI.—CONTINUED. It might have been pleasant for Sir Henry to look from' his south windows over the grand Battery, the bay, and the fleet be yond, but I take it he little cared for the view east, with its black desert of devasta tion, or to see in the Bowling Green, right beneath his knightly nose, the hacked pedes tal that had but lately borne the desecrated statue of his majesty of England. But notwithstanding its isolation 'twas a fine mansion, this-Kennedy house, as it waa Called, and well fitted in its interior for the uses to which it was put. Broad halls and large rooms furnished ample space for the brilliancy usually gathered there, but to-day it was comparatively deserted. Had I been alone I should have had in finite trouble in getting in at all, but Belden soon opened a way past the guards at the door, only to meet disappointment in the end, for Sir Henry was at dinner, and, as wa...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 12 July 1899

I I 4 a •I SetfflBjffliHEWS Interesting Notes From Across the Ocean. HAPPJENINGS IN THE FATHERLAND. Principal Events that Have Occurred la the Old Countries About the North Sea Within a Week' or So Just Past. Thos predicted that Baron Bildt, the representative of Swede and N a at the a peace con ference, would wield more than ordin ary influence on account of his per sona qualities seem to have been vin dicated. A cable dated Th Hague, 30, a "To-day's proceedings included an eloquent speech by Baron Bildt of the delegation Of Norwa and Sweden. deplored the failure of the conference to achieve as much as much as be desired but ventured to say that the czar's idea as noble and could not die because supported by thousands upon thousands of men Baron Bildt declared that if the Rus sian emperor would add to the nobility of heart and generosity of mind he had .already displayed, the talent of perseverance, the triumph of his maj esty's work would be assured. 'Not only has the Russian empe...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 12 July 1899

a A N 1 «T DR. 0, JOHNSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Obstetrics and interim! diseases a spe cialty. Calls answered promptly day or night. Who calllng by telegraph or tele- ff ihone, give full name, town and section, (or In villag e. give street) and always say what sickness you think it is. Then you get prompt and efficient service, Office in Tribune BuUding. Residence on Second Street. Telephone No. 33. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. QR. W. E. MACLAUGHLIN, Thnsicum ami jforgnm. Graduate University of Minnesota. Late House Physician. St. Luke's Hospital. St. Paul. orric LEWIS BLOCK. RES. FIRST WARD. Telephone No. 123. Telephone No. 17. WILLMAR. MINN. A. F. MANTOR, DENTIST, WILLMAR. MINN. A. ILSTRUP, M. D. C, VETERINARY SURGEON, .Office at Freese & Freese's livery stable Calls night or day promptly attended to. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA C. E. GERRETSON, DENTI8T, WILLMAR, MINN. Office in Mikkelson Block. A O N E S OLNEY & FRYE, Attorneys at Law, Office in Ackerman & Holt Building. WILLMAR, MIN...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 19 July 1899

Vol. 5. rr 1 I* •It », te* II 3V 1 REDUCTIONS THAT ARE t= SO 3 s*& co r?g 10 CHAS JENKINS. 7s »fcr4*7$itof*jr£vife •i.,Ti&rir4vr,i«w*w'' •"!*V«*( /*vA,vi"j'*^ r*^ 'SKX- *SE -•^J^^-V^C?*-*'? •^•.v*1 w»^*,*"'T"^ WILLMA All the broken lots in our handsomely tailored depend able garments that have been selling for $10, $12, $J4 and $J5, now Fedo a ha hats aos S GEO. D. RECOR, Prop., Willmar, Minn. PRAIRIE VIEW STOC FARM. TwesistfoieMagnets THAT ARE BOUND TO DRAW TRADE. Bargains that put to shame the ordinary special sale. Many people who have for years looked upon us as the one concern in Willmar selling clothing that compares favorably with the finest tailor made garments have believed that our clothing must consequently be high-priced. To persuade them that we ask no more for our perfectly tailored garments than others demand for inferior merchandise, we'll give them a few ss 2 GO 0 cT« 9 O S 5 &S5ft?- g-S 0 f/3 to 1—1 v*J CD 03 BOYS' SUITS—Clearing Sale Price. 100 All Woo...

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