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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 March 1897

3 THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANDKKS, 1'ublUhcr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. HE WAS VINDICTIVE. Anil It Seem lit Wnnn't Much to illume for It. Derringer Dan lmcl declined ull invi tations to join his associates in the usual evening paKtimes. It was a bitter cold night, and he sat close to the stove, read ing laboriously, but with great interest, Presently he shut the book with a slam, and, gazing into the fire, exclaimed: "That's the way of itl As soon as a man gits fooled hisself, he ain't satis- lied ter go ahead nn' plajf a lone hand, He alius wants a partner cr two ter heir. Mm along weth his notions." "That book must have bad news in it," remarked Broncho Bob. "Vou seem excited." "No, 1 ain't excited. I was just medi tatin' in a calm, philosophical frame of mind over the faek that the next time anybody comes around here tryin' to take up a collection for the heathen he'll have ter explain a lot and talk quick. And when I come ter think of it a sec ond time, I dunno's it'll be worth wh...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 March 1897

"'tT-'H ,'r" f'yi'vv-f L. J M THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV, BANDKKS, I'nblUher. NEMAHA, NEHRASKA. THE WORLD AT LARGe! Bummary of tho Dally Nowo. "WASHINGTON NOTi:S. Seoiietauv Wilson, of tlio dcpart tncnt of agriculture, hns issued tin or der that on and nfter March 15 till beef offered for transportation to European ports must bo accompanied by an of ficial certificate showing that the meat was sound and wholesome. The work of making allotments on the Wichita reservation in Kansas will begin at once, a Washington dispatch of the Hth stated. Tho work will oc cupy about nine or ten months. Tun department of agriculture has issued a crop report, based on returns from threo independent sets of regular correspondents, added to several thou sand from mills and elevators, all care fully combined and weighed, relating principally to tho distribution of grains, the stocks remaining on farms and tho proportions of merchantable and unmerchantable. Pension examining surgeons, whoso fees amoun...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 March 1897

Y r X MIINLEY'S MESSAGE Tho Prosidont Dirocts tho Attention of Congress to tho Troasury. PASSAGE OF A TARIFF LAW URGED. Mr. McKlnlcy AVnntn Sufficient Revenue Provided to Pnlthfully Administer the Government Without Contracting Debt or Disturbing Plnanccs. Washington, March 10. The presi dent yesterday sent the following- mes sage to congress: To tho Congress of tho United States: Itcgrcttlng tho necessity which has required mo to call you together, I fcol that your assem bling in extraordinary session is Indlspcnsablo because of tho condition In which wo find tho revenues of tho government. It Is conceded that its current expenditures are greater than Its rocclpts and that suoh a condition has ex isted for now moro thrco years. With unlimited means at our command wo aro presenting tho remarkable spectacle of In creasing our public debt by borrowing money to meet tho ordinary outlays incident upon oven an economical and prudent administration of tho government. An examination of tho...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 March 1897

vp, 7- ' w ' 7 "zrrp-j ; ' '""MiHH 1AV l'wB.jpf";'v , T,mWSP"'rv'' I Si !: AGRICULTURAL HINTS THE. POULTRY YARD. Hovr to Construct Nciinllilo IlooHtN nnil u Convenient Food Ilox. There aru iniiny ways of constructing -andplnclugroosts. The aim should bo to make them eonifortublu for the fowls and convenient for the attendant in handling and cleaning. Place all roosts back from the windows out of the wuy of draughts. They should be low and of ft uniform height. Utilising of feet 1h frequently canned by fowls jumping down from a high perch. If arranged ono above another, as Been In Fig. 1, tho fowls will jump from the lowest perch to the next and thtj strongest fowla will crowd down the weaker ones. The highest perch will be uncomforta bly crowded while a portion of the lower BADLY ARRANGED ROOSTS. one is unoccupied. The fear of danger will prompt fowls to Heck the highest roosting place. If the roosts are level, no injury from getting on and oit will occur and the fowls will not crow...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 March 1897

I .1 y (. I x WImt Thcr Got. Tho honcat old fellow who cleans out a bank, with a broom, for a dollar a dny, Gets only tho courtesy Bhown to n dop, ex cept while ho's drawing his pay. Tho burglar who cleans out a bank at night, with a Jimmy and powder and saw, Gets only a sentence, to pay for his pains, that's tho farthest extent of tho law. Tho trusted ofllclnl who cleans out a bank gets the cash and he's nothing to fear. But why should tho crookedest ono of tho thrco bo acclaimed as a "financier?" Chicago Times-Herald. TUB DIVIDE!) FAMILY. Jimmic Where urc your folks going this summer? Tommic Don't know yet. Mn wnnts society nnd pa wunts boating and fish ing, but I am bucking un pa. N. Y. Truth. I2vonoiil In Wonlth. Lndy of the House Did you mail my letter, as 1 told you, Susan? Hired Girl Sure, mum, I did; but I luid it weighed llrst, nnd us it wns double weight 1 put another stnmp on it. Ludy of the House That's right; only 3 hope you didn't put the extra stnmp on so as it would ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 March 1897

UWft'"!!' WW " 1' ' 1K TOW UMVX , .r." w,."V- - rV v &&&?' : "ttffii ,v ?t-'- -r? r tr'' !"& v " ' : w' ' 'lw"i,si' p.V - f3T yitWiiMM)n miiiwj 1 1 .uij UHM.HMJ iu .wu aFl'MjlBJ:l4IJrT;l Ml CUK18 WHIRL ALL tL& (A CUR18 WHIRL ALL llXfc f AILS. KB Mat Couch Ujrun. TMtea Uoo.1. Cm In ttme. Bold bt dnnrnlnU. Kerker & Hoover, Dealer In IMIIEi.A.TS Ulguost prices patdor hides, lard.'tailow Ime, etc NEMAIIA CITY, NERIiASKA. I.C.SUTTON. M. D.. Shubert, Nebraska. T)oo3 u general practice. All culls pi otnptly answered, day or night. 7-17 O. SHUCK, Proprietor of tho , NEMAHA VALLEY Berkshire : Farm. Jlroedcr of Thoroughbred Berkshire hoics, Frlr.o winning stock. No better ratd. My prlcen are In accordance with tue times. Heo otock mid Kt prices. Farm i uilles north west of Nemaha, NEMAHA, - - - NEBRASKA. B.BellAndrews.M.D.Ph.D, Surgeon Specialist, tells, - Nebraska perations for Cataract and nil opera tions on tlie eye, Varicocele, Hernia, Hemorrhoids, etc, performed w...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 March 1897

r ? St 4Wp www am jj iji awww gw"wHwBwgwwwiiwBaBwiBwHWBBww !EHSF ebmsh Mdvertmr. TOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1897. NUMBER 39 U ' Whe A r v v t r : i -r A Local News. The roads are very bad again. Set the cbange in Mclninch's ad. Thompson Paxton is quite elck with the grip. John Frazier has rented a farm ntar St. Deroin, aud moved en it Monday. The deepest snow of the seasoa fell Monday night. About twelve inches of snow fell. It. V. Muir was down from Brown villa a few days ago, looking after his town property Rev. J. W. Taylor preached at the Methodist church last Sunday night, in the absence of the paster. W. W. James, who is going to farm again, bought two line Berkshire sows f S, 0. Shuck a few days ago. Rev. E. Q Masters, of the "Church of God," will begin a protracted meet ing at the Christian church Saturday night. Wm. Talley had been engaged as one f the overseers on tha Geilawv farms between Nemaha and Auburn and will move out there in a few days. Mrs. J....

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 March 1897

7, ,. ,., , ,'' '" ,J1"Vi-H' . It 1,'D" v I ?t- (fls , y ',- - w WgwpyW I THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W, TV. SANDKItH, rnbllilier. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nows. WASHINGTON NOTI"..S. Misb Ur.ANCHK DKitAitn lias Kent In her resignation as postmaster of West Point, N. Y. She hits held tha posi tion since 18&8. Tim regular cabinet session at tho white house on tho 10th wns princi pally taken up by two photographers in getting a group picture of the pres ident and his advisers. It was said at Washington on tho 10th that news direct from Madrid, though not. official, was to tho effect that tho Spanish ministry acknowl edges Spain's defeat in Cuba and that negotiations would bo proposed short ly to tho government of tho United States looking to an end of the war. Tjik United States court of appeals has afllnued tho verdict of a lower court awarding tho government 50,8-17 against Francis M. lthodes, of -Hannibal, Mo. The government, it is alleged, had been...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 March 1897

( H y ( t -A TERRIBLE CYCLONE. Awful Havoo Mado by a Storm in Georgia and Alabama. CHILDREN KILLED IN AN ACADEMY. The School Is Wrecked nmt Klpht I'ernoiiB Aro Tnkcn Out DentI and I'lvo Others Aro Mortally 'Wounded A Fam ily of Klght Drowned. Eufala, Ala., March 23. This city was swept by a cyclono yesterday morning, in which death and disaster played a dreadful part. Hourly the record becomes more appalling. For 6cvcral days there has been summer mildness all through southern Georgia and southern Alabama and the country tributary to the Chattahoochic river. Sunday the thermometer went up to 80 and tho air was as oppressive as ever it felt during tho Juno solstice. With the coming of night the skies were beclouded and rain began to fall copiously about midnight. Townrd morning there was a cessation of pre cipitation, but the leaden skies and in creasing wind told of a storm, which came with terrific and wrenching force. Men were almost caught up from tho streets before they could il...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 March 1897

! ft' y j ,tj t"'ff v"V , w "T Vg r.!t -a mmm miMVMVPiiHMHBH ... . "jam ?yt"'-""'tM mhii i iiianmii m m WIMHIIHHHaMMMWMal JTHBrrj PWr'ifitlrf :'' tj5p . irmMWammMmiinmnM The Nebraska Advertiser .. HJUS'IHHN rnhUihir. FIUDAY. MMIOII 2ft, 181)7. t&MSL. r sks Republican! K """"""" JBpn Newspaper ctXfv ( One of tlio very beat weekly paper published fur young po plo is Gulden Days, published at PlillnJilphiu, Pa.. by Jumna Klvmon. Tho B'orlca an interesting, and yet pure In tone. No butter choice could be made by parents who want to subscribe for wholesome reading matter for tlio children. An ArkaiiHaa paper puta the caao in the following manner: "It 1b nald a New York girl kneads bread with her gloves on, but that is no news to us Wo need bread with our boots on, we need broad with our pants on, and if those subscribers who art so much in arrears dont pay up booh, wo will need bread without anything on." The editor of Wallaces' Farmer, the weekly agricultural paper published at Des ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 March 1897

lOM ibctwi1 iipu. mtuiJ;BWuMiinwiiiijmi,tnii The Nebraska Advertiser FRIDAY, MAHCH 2(1, 181)7 CALKS AT REPUDIATION. mmmrtmnni r ( T ADOPTS THE GOLD STANDARD1. After Fonr Yearn of InvcntlRrntlon, .Inprtn Urclricn to Dlnonril Silver. On Mnrch 1 It was cnbletl from Yol:o harna that Japan hud decided to adopt the gold Btandard nt n rntio of 32 1-3 to 1, the new standard to go into opera tion in October. This act, on top of many previous ones, moves Japan completely out of the ranks of the Bcmi-civiiizcd and into those, of civilized and progressive na tions. It was not taken hastily, but after two years' consideration of an exhaustive reportmade by the Japanese currency commission appointed in 1803. This commission found that, while certain capitalists, especially those em ploying' many laborers, were benefited by the falling silver standard the wage earners were injured from the fact that their wages did not rise as fast as did the prices of what they had to buy. The report pointed out ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 March 1897

.flWVi MHMMk A CRIME AVENGED. Jackson and Walling Exocutod for tho Murdor of Poarl Bryan. Tolcson Confessed nnd Hiilil Wiilllng Wa nnocont, but Failed to (itvo Hntls- factory l'roof Tho Murdor u Mont Dlubolltal Olio. NrcwronT, Ky., March 22. Scott Jackson and Alonzo Walling, dental students of Cincinnati, convicted of tho murder of Pearl Hryun, were hanged togother on a double trap in tin enelosuro in tho jail yard hero at 11:41X o'clock Saturday. The con demned men spent a quiet but restless night and wcro up at 5:30 o'clock, ato heartily and indulged in cigars apd had a good time. At 0:15 o'clock it was nnuounced that Jackson had mado a complete confession and HCOTT JACKSON. (As ho nppourcd during tho trial.) Gov. Hrndloy was tolcgraphcd to in tho interest of Walling. Jackson declared that Walling was not guilty of murder. Jackson was given flvo minutes to make a statement and to tell how and by whom tho crime was committed, and to specify to what extent Walling was blameless. At ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 March 1897

c A- f r r I tt . , J rT ;, f X 'M AGRICULTURAL HINTS IMPROVING ROADS. IIliitH for DlMrlctn Where Mncrulnm-Ir-lnir In Too Kxpennlvc. It is uscIcsh to talk of macadamized roads through the grctit majority of the country towiiB in most of our states. Localities adjacent to great markets may find such work profitable, but the most of our states, nnd particularly the individual towns in our states, are too poor to go to the expense entailed by stone surface roads. Where it will be a paying investment, let this thing be done, but for most LONGITUDINAL. ROAD DRAIN. localities the wisest thing for the pres ent is to expend with economical and judicious care the money that can be raised for highways. In the post, at least half of the money raised has been wasted. Two diagrams are preseutcd herewith that suggest a plan for great ly benefiting highways at a small cost. In regions where stone walls line the roadways, canning drifts in winter, let n trench three feet or so in depth be dug along...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 March 1897

'r !'r"',Tv;f 'JT" fT" r iWMiMJV jliHlftoWWl T NMHMMWMMMM sfltwrtfclWMwfiWJ " .' uc. f ffWIW! aw'mrapuTTgCT1tJg, W ', "'" "" i tit w i j yn wtfi. jtm u.sTnui ' bjjui ojmmtiw yir ma j .J Si ti jgptOMtHl ALL MAIIS. Jr E( Bct Cough Byrun. tmim Oowt. Cm Nf J)Il. W. W. KEELING, NlCMA.HA OlTV, NlSIHlAKA. Olllco first door south of Park hotel. "i.cTsiTtton. iX Shubort, Nebraska. Does a genornl practice. AH culls promptly answered, day or night. 7-17 W'. W. SANDERS, Notary :-: Public Nemaha City, Neb. Kerker & Hoover, Dealer In Miction prices pald;for hldeu, lard, tallow gAine, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. o. si-iuck;, Proprietor of tlio NEMAHA VaIXEY Berkshire : Farm. Hroedcr of Thoroughbred ncrknhlre hoirH, rrlr.o winning ntock, No better rained. My prices are In accordance with tho tlinra. Hoo toelc anil got prices. Kami 4 miles north west of Nemaha. NKMAIIA, - - - NICHKAHKA. B.BeUAndrews.M.D.Ph.D. Surgeon Specialist, Stella, - Nebraska peratlons for Cataract and all opera tions on the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 April 1897

t $A-"'l ? '' J' ebmshu dvertizer. & r VOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1897. NUMBER 40 ffe Kxj rr iP y f ""f f ) t X i. J I ft?. Local News, Village olection next Tuesday. Mrs. Fnlrbank for flne millinery. We Lad a hard rain Tuesday night. Early garden stud is being planted. The Nemaha school will not have a spring vacation, Emanuel Zogafuse is "enjoying" a feUn on his right thumb. Lowis Thompson is moving on his farm northeast of town. We are informed that a stock of gen eral merchandise will soon be put in at Bracken. Mrs. M. II. Grottier, of London pre cinct, is visiting her daughter, Mra. J. L. Melvin. NEW KIMBALL OUGA.N for sale, on easy payments. Inquire at this of fice for particulars. Mrs. W. W. Sanders went to Brown ville Tuesday, to assist in taking care of her aunt, Mrs. Wm. Rossell. No man is entitled to vote at the village election next. Tuesday unless he has resided in the village thiee months. Hon. J. II. firoady, of Lincoln, tins been in Nemaha and ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 April 1897

ww 'r tm mmmmm V ' , . vl THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER i i W. W. BANDKUH, l'nulliher. NEMAHA, - NEBRASKA. SPRING. At lnnt, O Joy, nwcot spring Is hero, Though keen and cold In ntlll tho wind, And nil tho nrth lies bleak und drenr, And Icy bondit tho Btrenins still bind. The scent of buds nnd coming dowers Ib In tho nlr, nnd nils my henrt, And booh tho woods nnd lenfy bowcrB Will In new llfo nnd beauty start. From yonder hedge, flrnt of his clan, A bird begins IiIh roiii,' to sing, As though lio would do nil ho can To wclcomo back tho sweet now spring. That spring Is hero scarco need bo told, And noon the trees will nil ho green, And nature, robed In green nnd gold, Bland out in nil her glorious sheen. For from tho soro ienves nt my feet A modest vlolot lifts Its head, And with n fragrance passing sweet It warns mo heed well wheru I tread. And here, too, nt my feet, I sco A uarrodll with golden bell, As though about to ring with gleo Tho gladsomu nowfl 11 conies to tell. I And earth, ho l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 April 1897

I ! TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL Everything Will Bo Roady for tho Opening Day. An Unpnrnllelpd Ulnplny of Flowem In rrumlncil by the MnniiKo 1 ment Notable Convcn iloiiH to lie Hold. Spaolru NnshvUlo (Tona) Lottor.l The work on the unfinished build ings of the Tennessee Centennial expo sition nt Nashville was pushed with vigor during the past week, especially on the magnificent structure for the United States government, and nil buildings will be ready for the exhibits by April r or April 10. Such a satisfac tory state of affairs reflects the great est credit on the executive, and the jpubllc will be thus spared the end less number of disappointments that tiro always occasioned by delays. The Tennessee Centennial exposition will bo ready for the opening day, May 1, innd the sight, presented will be incom parably grand. A description of tho handsome and stately buildings bus will be the military camp on the grounds, where a battery of United States artillery will be stationed, and there will...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 April 1897

Ka: v'WtsaasxL- ! npf f ntwmwiiw !. '" lwi mMMmmMMaMw 11 1 1 - I ! THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER w. vr. SANDKKg, Publisher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. 14 2HE WORLD AT LAEGE. Summary of tho Dolly Nws. WASIIIXflTON 'OTi:.S. As a token of regard for ex-Senator Dubois nntl liis efforts In behalf of tho Bllver cnuso a number of senators nnd representatives of that faith In this congress tendered him u dinner at "Washington recently. Ex-C0N(JHK8BMAN UlNOKll HlMtMANN, of Oregon, has been nominated by the president for commissioner of tho gen eral hind ofllee. The board of managers of tho na tional soldiers' homes met in annual hession at Washington and tool; pre paratory action for tho erection of n branch homo at Danville, 111., for which an appropriation of 200,000 will become available shortly. Tho board also provided for tho distribution ol tho appropriation in aid of tho homes in tho 20 states maintaining Mich in stitutions. It was said at Washington that Sec retary Bliss would not servo out his ter...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 April 1897

h . "I . ? , SIX DROWNED. Children of a Farmor Loso Tholr Lives in Grossing a Crook. THE WAGON UPSET IN THE WATER. Out of the Seven tn the, Wngon Only tho Mother (Jets Safely to Land rears That Her Reason May Ho Dethroned. Sr.NECA, Kan., March 30. Mr. and Mrs. John McGrath, who livo in tho northwest part of Nemaha county, Sunday tho parents of six children, arc childless to-day, and tho mother is so distracted by grief that it is feared her reason may be dethroned. Tho children were drowned Sunday after noon whilo trying to ford Manlcy creek in a wagon. Mrs. McGrath, who was with them, escaped with her life. The dead are: Frank McGrath, aged l-l years; Katie McGrath, aged 12 years; Leo McGrath, aged nine years; John McGrath, aged five years; Robert McGrath, aged two years, and a babo in arms, aged eight months. At two o'clock Sunday afternoon Mrs. McGrath and tho six children started in a wagon from their home in Clear Creek township to visit the family of a neigh bor, John Ilines, ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 April 1897

3i5S'Ji'w5'i! i" ". -1 vrraoi F&rm - - rast, tf ar .as i .1 - ' T ' '"WPP1W. " iMVmMW Hlni" nil mirl iHttrnl KTJ5!! TBI DINGLEY BILL An Outline of the New Revenue Measure Be- fore Congress. Its Aim la to Increase Rovo nuoB and Encourago Industries. Ag ricultural Itoms in Detail Cotton Not Much Changed Schedule The Froo List. Wellington, Jin rch 16. The new (arifli incuHiiro presented to thu lower branch of congress by Clinlrninn Ming ley, of thu ways mid means commit tee, is entitled: "An net to provide revenue for the government rind toeneournge the induBtricH of thu United States." The date when the new tarlll 1h to go into effect la named in the preliminary draft submitted to the house as May 1, 1807. The bill, as a whole, is a pro tective measure. The average rates arc little, If any, below those of the McKin ley bill, and in somu of the schedules they are slightly higher. Specific duties have- been substituted, us far as possible, for nd valorem rates. It is intended to rai...

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