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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 14 November 1894

f l VOL. X. .1 Tr NORTH PLATTE. NEBRASKA. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14. 1894 NO. 45, New (Ms! Store. jL Is. Just arrived foi oston In the month of September when our largo fall stock arrived a great many asked what we would do with such a large stock these hard times, but the answer is: The quality of our good and low prices has given us an opportunity to duplicate our stock and we arc bound to sell it off this month (November) to make room ior Holiday Goods. BEAD OTJPu PRICE LIST. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. Dress Goods. 15 pieces 3(-inch suiting's, regular price 25c. for this sale 14 cents per vard. All wool 36-incli ladies cloth, former price 60c. for this sale 37)4 cents per yard. 10 pieces wool plaids dress goods 3f)-inch wid'g. regular price 506 for this sale 271 cents. 52 inch broad cloth, regular price 1.50. for this sale $1.05 per yard. 4i-5nch Henrietta in all colors, regular price 50c, for this sale 27 ' cents per yard. Frederick Arnold's 4(-inch Hen riettas, silk finish, in all colo...

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. — 14 November 1894

THE TRIBUNE. NORTH PLATTE, - XEBRASKA. A Fkkxcmmax has invented a phono graphic clock which talks the hours instead of striking- them. Time is money, and money talks: thereby, win not time? IT WAS HER KXGACE.MET WEEK. In his he held her tiny hand. The fingers soft he pressed. And as they walked alonp the strand His passion lie confessed. Tin; doctors announce a new dis ease which is designated as elevator sickles."' It is probably contracted by people who have been witnessing recent attempts to elevate the stage. Tin: worthless Wilkesbarre husband who, in order to satisfy his craving's for drink, stold the urn containing' the ashes of his wife's first husband and sold it in New York, at least had the sense to know that what was left of his predecessor, even after cremation, was of more value than his own livin' you v. Tkials of a new diphtheria cure at Vienna are said to have demonstrated its success. The diphtheria was elim inated, leaving- to the patients the felicity of dying- fr...

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. — 14 November 1894

sewed Exclusively to the Over.Twenty-One Million People r, -diilttedti.World's Fair Grounds Universally access the Leading Fr.e Cora of the World. JOHN HERROD Sells the above Coffee together with a complete lino of STAPLE AND FANCY DOUR Prices Always Reasonable. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE Paid For Country Produce l! FOR RELIABLE INSUR ANCE 00 TO T. C. RATTER- SON, only First-class COM PA NIES REP RESENT E D. Staple and Fancy Groceries, choice in quality and ample in quantity, and always fresh, will be found in stock at VonGoetzs North Side Grocery. SMOKERS In search of a good cigar will always find it at J. F. Schmalzried's. Try them and judge. 207 Have your wheels repaired at 207 cast Sixth street, where you will find a full line of bicycle repair o -.11 i i ,i .i ,.-. in kiuus ai an tune. oim or cushion tire wheels changed to pneumatic at reasonable prices No waiting to send for parts; we keep them in stock. Don't forge the number, 207 east Sixth street. J. W- LkMASTER. FLOUR AND FEED o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 14 November 1894

c villus STATE NEWS. The Platte river canal londs were defeated in Douglas county. fct Joseph's chnreh in Deatrice re alized over ?:.(iu from their fair. Mrs. I'eattie. who was a candidate for 'the school board at Omaha, was dc- 1 feated. - A series of religions Muck. meetings in and re- .. 11 .... i i nciu wen aiicjiucu .sulto were satisfactory. The winter term of the Fremont Norinal sehool.wiil open in a few days. '.Piie outlook is most promising. The intelligence was received at Lincoln last week of the suicide at the Norfolk insane asylum of Mrs. Shaw, mother of Arthur V. Shaw of Lincoln. Yfebstcr county decided by a ma jority mi ten votes to discontinue town ship organization and return to the commissioner system with live commis sioners. Several citizens of Shickly an hoducc that they are watching a cer tain rcarried man. the head of a large family, who is thought to. be too famil liar with a certain young single lud. Buy home-made goods and build up home Industries, is a good...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 14 November 1894

AFTEB, TEE ELECTION A HAT MRS. LEASE SAYS THE RESULT. OF Indulges in Some Hitter Talk, Dc uninciii Anion; Others Senator Mar tin she Declares that the Populists sre Defeated hr tho Treachery of I unionists Chairman Ttridentlial i onus in for a Scoring The Later Klcction Ice-iilts From Hero and Their. NEBRASKA LEGISLATURE. Senators and Representatives Chosen Tuesday. Following: is a list of those elected to the senate and house and their occupa tions: SrXATOKIAI, districts. First, Richardson and Pawnee II. C. Lindsey (rep), lawyer, Pawnee Citj. Second. .Nemaha and Johnson J. Hail Hitchcock (rep), lawver, Tecum-sell. "Watson (rep), TefCt (rep). 31r.s. Lease on the Kesult. V ichita. Ivan., Nov. 10. Speaking- of iate election, Mrs. Mary E. Lease snd she looked happj while she i it. "The defeat of the People's .1 : v In Kansas is due largely to the raceful compromise with Democ-t-vo years ago and to the treach--crpetrsited upon the people by election of John Martin. I be Governor Lewclli...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 14 November 1894

2 IJi? Vhtbm. IRA L. BARE, Editor and Pkopriktor SUBSCRIPTION KATES. IF PAID IJ? ADVANCE, - $1.00 FEB AJJNPJI IP NOT PAID IN ADVANCE, $1.50 FEB ANNC1I Entered nt t he North Plntte (Nebraska) postoffice as second-class matter. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1S91. Lixcolx count' went republican last v.-eek by about 125 on the state ticket, except the head. Before next election this should be in creased to 250. :md such will be the ' result if republicans talk republi canism during the next year. Juik;e Church's plurality of 302 is evidence that the campaign of slander doesn't win. Mr. ICllingham and the fellows who were backing him in his mud-slinging must acknowledge that this is true. Church Howe. the Xemaha statesman is being-pushed forward for the United States senatorship. Tie is a irood man. but Judge Thurs ton is undoubtedly the choice of a majority of the republicans of the state. mag- Aicers and Harris polled a niiicent vote in their respective districts and their election over Shra...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 14 November 1894

1 Made Clay Causae Bolla. A Tokio paper states that prior to fc Chinese naval inspection by Lung Chang, the men manufactured cannon 1 alls out of clay, painted them black t-nd passed inspection -with this bogus equipment. A Yokohama paper prints portions of the poetical tariff speech of Representative lirosius of Pennsylva nia. Large coal merchants of Japan are charged with furnishing coal sup plies lo the Chinese navy. The gold ingois and coins captured by the Jap anese at Ping Yang amount to 700,000 yen. Count Oyama, the war minister, has issued a proclamation urging troops to show everj- kindness to Chinese wounded, that they, "should not be more anxious to display carnage than charity." The Japanese naval expert tay torpedo boats proved a failure at the Yalu naval battle. A Japanese clerk, recently beheaded in Tien Tsin, is supposed to be one of two students surrenderd by the American consul. A Flaw Keiralcd. Chicago Tribune: "I wish you hadn't had your hair cut so short, Harold...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 14 November 1894

I 1 H .1 I LECAL NOTICES. NOTICE FOU PUBLICATION. Land Office at North rln'tte. Neb., ? Octob-r l'.itli. 1S9I. J Notice is hereby given hat the following Jiatnetl s-ettler lias tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in ssjpport of his claim, and that fiiid proof will ht made before ltesister and Uweiver United States Land Office at North Platte, Neb., in Nov. !, in'.ll. viz: Jnlius 'Jij-Siir. who made Homestead Entry No. 14,471 for the nortJi half southwest qnartcr sontheic-t quarter Southwest quarter Lot 4. Section 12. Township 12, KancoSS. Ho names the follow!; -witnesses to prove his continnons reMitesco upon and cultivation of waid land, viz: John Hollrnan, Joseph Hershoy. Lonis D Tfioclecko and Joseph Schatz. all of North Platte. Neb. JOHN K. HIXMAM.liegister. NOTU'K FOK PURUOATION. Land Office at NrtU Platte. Neb, I Octotipr Villi. Is9l. t Notice is hereby (riven that the following-named settler has tiled noticof his intention to make linal proof in support or his c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 21 November 1894

V J, 9 ratate VOL. X. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21. L894. NO. 46. New Goods New Goods! Just arrived for The Boston Store. In the month of September when our large fall stock arrived a great many asked what we would do with such a large stock these hard times, but the answer is: The quality of our goods and low prices has given us an opportunity to duplicate our stock and we are bound to sell it off this month (November) to make room tor I loliday Goods. ttlJJJ OTTIR, PRICE LIST. CITY AXD COUNTY XEWS. Items of Interest Transpiring the Latter Part of the Week. IiATEK LOCAL NEWS AND COUNTRY COR- JtESPOXDEXCE WILL RE FOUND OX THE INSIDE PAtJEs. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. Dress Goods. 15 pieces 3(-inch suitings, regular price 25c, for this sale 14 cents per yard. All wool 3(-inch Indies cloth, former price 6()c, for this sale 37 K cents per yard. 10 pieces wool plaids dress goods 36-inch wide, regular price 50c. for this sale 27". cents. 52 inch broad cloth, regular price $1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 21 November 1894

SEi THE TRIBUNE. NORTH PLATTE, - NEBRASKA- Mrs Frank Leslie has sailed for Europe in search of novelties, but it is not believed she will bring an other Wilde man back with her. A Chicago man has invented an apparatus which will reduce the price of soda water from five cents to one. He ought to rush it on the market before the summer goes by. There is no reason to believe that tho czar of Russia is sleeping any more soundly at the present time than he did after the efforts to blow up the imperial train in which he was a passenger. Tho doubt as to whether there are any bombs con cealed under the bed is not conducive to refreshing slumber. Two churches in a town in Iowt have formed what may be termed a medical syndicate. The congrega tions have adopted a plan of assess ing every church member fifty cents per month, who in return will re ceive free medical attendance and $3 a week during illness, with the en tire funeral expenses in case of death. Some churches invito tho at tendance o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 21 November 1894

RAILWAY SECURITIES IN BAD ODOR AMONG EUROPE AN INVESTORS. "What i Set Forth In the Report of Coun el General Mason American Railway Securities Returned and their Proceeds Invested In Less Remunerative Ven tures Because of the Dishonest Man agement of Railroad Companies in this Country. Vnited States Railways. Washington-, Nov. 17. Frank II. Mason, United States consul general at Frankfort, in a special report to the state department, states that American railways securities have fallen into bad odor in Germany and endeavors to point out the reasons therefor and suggest measures for re habilitating them in the financial world, lie says that in Frankfort, which was the first European money market to accept United States bonds during the dark days of the civil war and vi here American investments had been popular, not only are new se curities refused because of American origin, but railroad stocks and bonds had for years been returned to America and their proceeds invested in less remu...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 21 November 1894

n 1 i IRA Jj. BARE, Editor and Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ir PAID IS ADYAJfCE, - $1.00 PEB ASSOM IV KOT PAII IK ADVANCE, $1.50 PEB ANNUM Entered at tho NorthPlatte (Nebraska) postofflce as second-class matter. T WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1894. The incoming- legislature will be culled upon to provide for taking a census of the state next year. The constitution requires that a state census shall be taken- every ten years, commencing- in 18S5. It is announced that Holcomb will not resign his Judgeship until after he is inaugurated, and will then appoint Bill Green, of Kearney, as his successor. This is the only wav in which Green will ever secure office Reports from nine precincts in the count, including the Second ward of the citv. show that there are thirteen populists who have pulled their coats and swore by Ali Baba that they will have an ap pointment as deputy oil inspector or bust their bladders. The indi cations are there will be thirteen busted bladders in Lincoln county. The...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 21 November 1894

It is This refers to our recent j invoice of fll.' unaware. which embraces Dinner j Sets, Decorated Plates, ' Cups, Saucers, and other articles. Also genuine ' Cut Glass. These goods : arc being- sold at a price ! lower than ever before , known. Come and sec. ' JOHN HERROD. FOR li ELI ABLE LXSUR AXCE GO TO T. C. PATTKR SOX. ONLY FIRST-CLASS COMPANIES REPRESENTED. Staple and Fancy Groceries, choice in quality and ample in quantity, and always fresh, will be found in stock at YonGoetzs North Side Grocery. SMOKERS In search of a good cigar will alwavs find it at T. Sehmalzried's. Try them and nidge. 207 Have your wheels repaired at 207 east Sixth street, where you will liud a full line of bic-cle repairs of all kinds at all times. Solid or cushion tire wheels changed to pneumatic at reasonable prices. No waiting to send for parts, we keep them in stock. Don't forget the number. 207 east Sixth street. J. AY. LeMASTER. FLOUR AND FEED of all kinds at the old original and reliable North Si...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 21 November 1894

STATE NEWS. Total Voto for Governor in Nebraska. U .! Counties. 5 Counties. i ' 5 ' i - ? Ad- xr.s . . . Ante ope. Banner... Hliiinc ISoone liox I!utte Hoyd Brown ... Buffalo... Hint Butler . . Onss Ceri.-ir. Chase. ... herr.v . . . 'heieiine 01 a v Colfax... 'uiiiin-jr . Custer. . !Hkoi:i ... lxffe l'V?Oil.... Deuel Dixon .... Dodge . ... I)ougIt- .. Dim. y ... Fillmore . Franklin . Front kr. Tattvjf.... ?"... . CariieM lio-per Oraat. Kmi-y -' Hal! awillon Harlan May iv. .. . IliHi. Wi Holt ... Ihfcer Howard . JfffeiW)!:.. ; . i 1,I-C .i to; ., :t-. i2.0j.-i ; l.'.c:;! D-4i i 21 4;ii . 1.- 7 1.' i.4 0 i,!V . :,: , i,i7s, ' -07: ; , - ' rrt, I.1W3 ' s.nr 1,S5C Johnson.. I fc7.i'K eartiev -1 . ... Keiili. . 1 TK;':i Paha '74 Kimball.. l'no. i i4:j'Lanc-:istr 404 Lincoln .. 1,'i'Js I.og.-tn ; l.H.s Loup j !.2"2'Mauison.. 1 2.57:;'.Mcl'her'ii.! .s04 .Merrick ..: 3'ai Nance....i ;(n Nem:ih:i..i :;T!) 'Nuckoiis.i Otoe 714 I'jiutiv ..' Perkin-. .. 2.4-T. i'iel;)s. .. .01 rieivf .... 77. '...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 21 November 1894

A DIAMOND NECKLACE. One Sunday morning' two young' men sat in the smoking-room of a cozv apartment. On the divan, his tail and legs ornainented with tufts of curly black hair, his body shaved in the 'improved fashion, a poodlu slumbered peace fully, and Floyd Tailer, the owner of the premises, was lolling in an easy chair, his slippered feet stretched toward the fire. His companion, Arthur Van Stade, had been his greatest friend at college, and this was their first meeting- in three years. "That's rather a fine dog- you have there, Arthur, said Van Stade, turn ing to the poodle and lazily looking over the sleepy animal. "Well I should think so," replied Tailer; "I don't suppose you will be lieve me when I tell you that when he came into my possession he was worth no less than SI. 000. The spring after yon went away," he went on. "having finished my college course, I went over to the other side for the Lontlon season. Invent to London and in London Ltayed long after the time I had al...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 21 November 1894

i YOU SHOULD READ THE Chicago Weekly Inter Ocean, a 1 2-page paper brim ful of news of the world and well selected miscellany. WE FURNISH The Tribune and- INTER OCEAN -for- $1.35 per year IN ADVANCE KELLNI j' 1 & ME K BUILDERS OF CANALS Ditches and Laterals. NORTH PLATTE, NEB E. B. WARNER, Funeral Director. AND EMBALMER. A full line of first-class funeral supplies always in stock. NORTH PLATTE, - NEBBRSKA. Telegraph orders promptly attended to. GEO. NAUMAN'S SIXTH STREET MEAT MARKET. Meats at wholesale and re tail. Fish and Game in season. Sausage at all times. Cash paid for Hides. T T The thumb is an rmfailinj; index it ii 01 cnaracier. inc cquare-ijpem- V, ii dicates a Krone will, great energy 1 mfciHt1 and fl"nnefl!- Closely allied i the I Snatulated Tvre. the thumb of thon: of advanced ideas and business ability. Both of these typep belong to the busy man or woman; and Demorest's Family Jlanazine pre pares especially for such persons a whole volume of new idea;, con densed i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 28 November 1894

ft Suite 9 ribmw vol. x. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY., NOVEMBER 28, L894. NO. 47. We Lead! Others Follow! All because we buy for cash and sell for cash. Wc stud)- the wants of the general public and do not buy trashy goods that have been discarded by first-class merchants time and ao-ain. For the month of December we will sell goods at the following low prices: DRY GOODS DEPT j St:ven sPools of thread for 25 cts. The verv best Ameskejr Ginjrham at 5 cents per yard. Unbleached muslin one arri wide at 43 cents per 3rard. The very best fast color com forter print at b)i cents per yard. Good blankets at 65 cts. per pair. THE LOCAL DRAGNET. Items of Interest Transpiring the Latter Part of the Week. OSOAIt FIXE SENTENCED -IR. WAItXEiJ sriil'IMSED ALFALFA A OK EAT CHOP -O'J.' NEW HOTELS-OTHER NEWS. Shawls at S2.2; All wool red flanel at 20 cents per vard. Indigo blue prints at 5 cents. The best cotton bats per roll. at 7 cents German blve prints at 8 'z cents. The ver- best oil fast ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 28 November 1894

THE TRIBUNE. NORTH PLATTE, - NEBRASKA. It is now said that the deceased czar was greatly beloved by his sub jects. We are to understand, then, that he wore boiler-iron underclothes merely for comfort. A Bkookxyx girl died from the ef fects of overfeeding on peanuts, but what the society man with a small in come is looking for is a case of a young woman dying from the effects of champagne and terrapin. The fire department in Chicago i making war against the billBbards and poster stands, which, it declares are lire feeders and great mcreasers of risks. Perhaps self protection and common sense may at last triumph over a nuisance which hatred for the unsightty could not affect. The slaughter of big game in Maine this season has been of a wholesale character, and if it goes on unchecked it is evident that the deer and the moose will soon bo exterminated. The almost complete disappearance of the buffalo ought surely to suggest effec tive protection for the big game which is such a picture...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 28 November 1894

CHINA WANTS PEACE.' OFFERS JAPAN S175.000.000 TO CALL IT QUITS. The Amount la Regarded as Large Now that the Downfall of Port Arthur Is But a Question of Hours the Powers at the Celestial Kingdom Hasten Ne gotiations With Japan Records of Ministers Dun and Denby. China's Peace Offering. . Washington, Nov. 23. A cable from Hiroschima, Japan, where the mikado has established headquarters, states that China has intimated her willingness to pay a war indemnity of 100,000.000 taels and, in addition, to pay all the war expenses incurred by Japan. As the war expenses reach 150,000,000 taels, the total offer of China would be 230,000,000 taels. The tael is a Chinese silver coin worth about seventy-five cents at the present exchange, so that the whole payment would be, approximately, 175,000,000, American money. The amount is regarded here as quite large, audit is believed arrangements between the two nations could be ef fected on terms providing for a small er war indemnity. Diplomatists he...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 28 November 1894

1 1 I V I 1 If ' ft f, jr I V I !1 I1 i IRA L. BARE, Editor and Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION' RATES. if rxm is An vance, - $1.00 rr.n annum IF NOT PAID IN AnVAXCE, $1.50 FEB ANNUM Entered at the N'ortbPIatte ( Nebraska) postoffice as Mcond-ciass matter. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1894, According to the Kearne-y Hub, Holcomb saj-s the rumor that Bil Green will be his successor on the bench is a d lie. This emphatic denial settles Col. Bill's hash. Sf It has been definitely decided that the election of Holcomb will not be contested. This, we believe. is a wise conclusion on the part of the republican state central com mittee. It is given out that in order to ret an appointment under Holcomb it will be necessary to have the appli cation endorsed by the editor of the Bee. This -rives some color of truth to the report that Silas will be governor, but Edward the power behind the throne. Down in Kansas they are making an attempt to recorganize the farm ers' alliance on a non-portisan basis but the...

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