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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. — 25 June 1897

7 DEBATE IS SENATE. HOAR "DIVERTS TARIFF DISCUSSION TO BRYAN. Scnater Allen Rises to . Question of Ter sonal xiTilese Kavr Wool Disposed of and asr Advance Made Into Manufac- " tared Goods Qnay'-S Motion Defeated. TTAsmxGTOir, June 24. After a con test lasting throughout the day "Wednes day the senate completed the para graphs of the -wool schedule relating to raw wool and advanced into the feat ures relating to manufactured woolen goods. The day -was devoted largely to a discussion of the effect of the tariff rates on the price of wool and the speeches were technical in the main. At one point Mr. Hoar diverted the discus sion "by a reference to "William J. Bryan's opposition to the tariff. This hronght Senators Mantle, Allen and Stewart to the defense of Mr. Bryan. Mr. Teller was drawn into the controversy and in a few remarks warned his former Re publican associates that their hopes of prosperity from this hill would he blasted. Mr. Quay made a strong ef fort to have the house ad ...

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. — 25 June 1897

DO YOU LIKE To trade with a firm that only gives you a cheap price wben forced to, or do you like to trade wibh a firm that always gives you a low price on every article in stock and forces their competitors to cut theirs? If you want to be sure of uniformly low prices -trade with us. ; . . . : . . if WE SEIXjUj YOU NOTIONS. 2 cards hump hooks and eyes, 5c. Twin dress stays, per set 5c Ladies handkerchiefs.good ones 5c. Gents' red handkerchiefs 5c. Silk Handkerchiefs 8c. 1 roll white tape ic. Ladies' silk ties 12c. Good Turkish towels 10c. 3 spools crochet cotton 10c. 3 spools thread 10c. Baby bonnets 10c. Silk mitts 15c Summer Corsets 23c. Baby ribbon, per yard ic. Metal back horn comb 8c. 2 bunches envelopes 5c. 40 sheets writing paper 5c. Ladies' metal belts 25c. 2-quart fountain syringe 50c. 2-quart hot water bottle 60c. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. Drawers 25c. Gowns 75c. 45c. 90c. 70c. " $1.35. GAUZE UNDERWEAR. Child's Vests 3 tor 10c. " 5C " " 9c. Ladies' Vests 5c. " ioc. V .- " ' I2C. ...

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. — 29 June 1897

1 JyCLOh LtLrAjLJP yZZ Wat YOL. xm. SOBTH PLATTE, MBEASKA, TUESDAY EVEmT6, JME 29, 1897. t r TO BUY GOODS FOR CASH ONLY. See what she has to say. "Good morning-, Mrs. Jones; this is pretty warm weather7 Mrs. Jones "Well, yes, it is warm, but that makes no difference. I came to buy a bill of goods from the Hub. I want the same bill ordered from you June 7th. I find by buying this bill from you I will make 1.3S which, is IS per cent less than I could buy the same goods for from your competitors, King- Credit. When you refused to sell me goods on time I did not like it, but after comparing prices and quality I concluded it pays to buy my goods from the Hub. That is what Mrs. Smith says too. She says that she was tired of paying for bad accounts, and, says she, slook here Mrs. Jones, see I saved 2.80 on my bill I bought from the Hub June 7th. The proprietor re fused to sell me goods ou time in January, 189 1. He told me the same as he did you about King Credit, but I did not get mad, I ...

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. — 29 June 1897

IRAIj B ARE, Editor and Pbopbietok SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One Year, cash in advance, $1.25, 8lx"JIoaths, cash in advance '5 Cents' Ealere4BttheNorthPlatte(Nebraska)poBtoffic8BB secoad-claspmntter. TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1897. The Hamilton road bill passed by the Pennsylvania legislature ap propriates one million dollars out of the state treasury for the pur pose of making- good roads. There is evidently a good many bicycle riders among the members of the Keystone legislature. Bill Green, congressman from this district, has introduced a bill in congress providing that eight hours shall constitute a full day's work for the police force of the Dis trict of Columbia. This insures for Bill good treatment from the Washington "cops" when he gets one of his customary attacks of "tonsiletas" such as he had dur ing last fall's campaign. Ross Hammond, of the Fremont Tribune, after experimenting with a number of plans for keeping cool in hot weather, recommends the following: Procure a large box, say s...

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. — 29 June 1897

A. WOM)EEETO PLMT T BEARS INSECTS AND WAS SENT TO THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE. tke Deaor Said He round It Growin la Venezuela It la Apparently a Genuine rkenomenon, Tliouglx an Hato Biologist Attespts to Disprove TIiLj. Recently the Smithsonian institution at Washington received the most re markable specimen of plant life, cr of plant and insect life, in existence. This specimen is, to all appearances, an in Eect bearing plant. It comes from Ven ezuela, and the natives there sav that it is not uncommon. Unfortunately, both plant and insect are dead, bnt. they are well preserved, having been care fully packed for transportation. The specimen was brought to Xew York by Gaptain Chambers of the Bed D line steamship Philadelphia, and was sent on to Washington the following day. G. T. McMillan, superintendent of the Venezuelan Great Western railroad, is the man who sends this gift to the Smithsonian. When Captain Chambers Eaw him on this trip io Venezuela, he said to the captain: 4 'I've go...

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. — 29 June 1897

1 Tomn and Bounty Jfeous. Prof. Garlichs fell Sunday and broke a leg". J. H. MacColl returned to Lex ington this morning-. Miss Maud Hininan left this morning- for a visit with Omaha friends. T. C. Patterson is having- his residence on west Fourth street re painted this week. S. D. Barkalow.of Omaha, was the g-uest Sunday of his brother-in-law Arthur McNamara. Walter Hoagland will deliver a Fourth of July oration at Willard, and not Wilber, as published last week. W. T. Wilcox, H. M. Grimes and C. F. Scharmann are in Omaha attending- the republican state leag-ue meeting-. Cullins Bros' ten-cent circus is headed this way and may reach Korth Platte some time next week. It is advertised as -the greatest show on earth." Don't ruin your health by using- adulterated spices. Get Dwin ell, Wright & Go's Pure Spices at McDonald's Cash Grocery. The net receipts of admissions to the graduating exercises were fifty-eight dollars. This sum will be invested in books which will form the necleu...

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. — 2 July 1897

Jtortk etoi -Wee YOL. 1111 SOUTH. PLATTE, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY EVENING, JULY" 2, 1S9T. SO. of. V. 9 SIRS. TO BUY See what she lias to say. "Good morning-, Mrs. Jones: this is pretty warm weather' Mrs. Jones 'Well, yes, it is warm, but that makes no difference. I came to hny a bill of goods from the Hub. I want -the same bill ordered from you June 7th. I find by buying this bill from you I will make 1.38 which is 18 per cent less than I could buy the same goods for from your competitors, King Credit. When you refused to sell me goods on time I did not like it, but after comparing prices and quality I concluded it pays to buy my goods from the Hub. That is what Mrs. Smith says too. She says that she was tired of paying for bad accounts, and, says she, look here Mrs. Jones, see I saved 2.80 on my bill I bought from the Hub June th. The proprietor re fused to sell me goods on time in January, 189 1. He told me the same as he did you about King Credit, but I did not get mad, I just got down ...

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. — 2 July 1897

!im Xmi - WllKllJ mWvmt IRA L BARE.Editorand PKOPEiETon SUBSCRIPTION BATES. 0 no Year, cash in advance, 1.25. Six Months, cash In advance 75 Cents Entered at theNorthPlatto(Nebrssia)postoiceas second-claEsmatter. FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1897. Chorcu Howe, the statesman from Nemeha, has been appointed by the president to be consul gen eral at Samoa, a position which has a salary of $3,000 per year attached, in addition to the notarial fees. P. D. Armour, the multi-million aire ot Chicajro, has commenced to build a million-dollar packinghouse at South Omaha. This will spoil the sweet groans and happy misery of the popocrats. For what in thunder is this but a return ot pros- neritv? Armour oujrht to be ar- 2. - rested. Fremont Tribune. iuis raiucanu bwibuui m.-u- ... j ... r j 1 . cratic daggers now Demg lernea out of their sheaths throughout the lenirthand breadth of Iowa is onlv preliminary to the dull thuds that will be heard as the stickers are plunged into the unfortunate cor pus of that ...

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. — 2 July 1897

i I 1 r NEWS 01 KEBEASKA. Horse Thief Sentenced. Hartixgton, Neb., June 125. Judge Evans sentenced William Erowc, a horse thief, to IS months in the peni tentiary. Governor May Accept. Lincoln; June 25. Gcvcnor Hol comb and staff may, it is said accept the invitation to attend the ceremonies of unveiling the Logan statne at Chicago July 22. May Go to Galveston. Ijxcolx, June 25. Official permis sion has bseu given to the Thurston Rifles to go nut of the state and attend the competitive drill at Galveston. The order in the case -was issued yesterday. Examiners For Nebraska. Washington, June 2G. The commis sioner of pensions has detailed Morris E. Sabin and D. W. Green out of the pension office for examiners in the field, to be stationed at Hastings and Madi son, Neb. Close of IJea trice Cbantunqna. Beatrice, Neb., June 29. Yesterday closed the Beatrice Chatauqua assembly of J SU7. In every particular it has been a wonderful success. During the entire session there has not been a weak...

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. — 2 July 1897

: Tomn and County flems. j j m;oc ATvrtlp Scharmann left yesterday for a visit with her sister at Belvidere, Neb. Dr. Donaldson was called to Hershey yesterday by sickness in the family of W. M. Ware, The ice gang- filled twenty-four refrigerator cars yesterday and about half as many to-day. Miss Lillian McCracken left Wednesday night for a visit with her sister in Portland, Oregon. Mrs. George Scharmann, who had been visiting in town for some time, returned to Kearney yesterday. FYed Hartman has been wear- in a passenger brakeman's uni form" this week during the rush ol west-bound excursionists. rni,rpP mnre enn-ines were sent XUiW " o down to Grand Island light at noon to-day and will bring back excur sion trains to-night. Mrs. John Scharmann, who was so badly burned ten days ago re mains in a serious condition, and M.-ni-c frr lipr recovery are not very bright. Ten engines were sent light to Grand Island yesterday forenoon in order to be bring through excur c?nn trains and the ac...

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 July 1897

; ' 1 " 7 - FT VOL. XIII. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 6, 1897. NO. 58. r BLO WN TO ATOMS. Who is blown to atoms? Who could be so mean as to blow a fellow to atoms. Who did it? THE HUB did it. I will tell you how it was: You know that fellow who used, to be at The Hub called King Credit, well he tried to get back and the Hub told him to "git." He tried to lounge, but the following prices shocked him so that he flew all to pieces. One lot of ladies' shirtwaists, sizes 34 to 38, former price $1.20 now 95 cents. One lot of ladies' shirtwaists, sizes 34 to 40, former price $107 now 80 cents. One lot of ladies' shirt waists, sizes 34 to 38. tormer price 50c to 97c now 35 cents. One lot misses' wash suits in blue, pink and black stripped, age 4 to 14, were 1.35 now 1.15 12 dozen Windsor Ties, in plain and fancy colors, former price 8c to 35c. . . .now 5 to 20 Twenty-four silk Umbrellas, former price 1.35 to 2.25 now 1.10 to 1.75. All colors Lawn and Dimities at your own p...

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 July 1897

IRA L BARE, Editor and Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year, cash In advance, IL25. Six Months, cash in advance 75 Cents En tered at the KorthPlatte (Nebraska) postoffice as second-clasematter. TUESDAY, JULY 6. 1897. The Northwestern railway is about to put upon tlie market refunding- bonds to tbe amount of one hundred million dollars, drawing- three per cent interest. These bonds are issued for the pur pose of taking1 up other bonds drawing interest at the rate of 5.68 per cent. These three per cent bonds have already been contracted for, which is evidence that there is plenty of ready money in this and other countries. Senator Allen introduced in the senate a few days ago a bill prepared by the war department to provide for the instruction of the militia, attaching a section calling upon the secretary of war to con centrate at Omaha between June and November, 189S. 30 per cent of the militia of the United States and 30 per cent of the regular army for the purpose of drill and i...

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 July 1897

3T THE CMTOSTS GAET TERRITORIAL ACQUISITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES SINCE TSG3. Four-fifths cf the Area of the Country Hm 33ea Acquired, fcj" Purchase or by Cession "LanUlunn Came IFIrst, Escaii ZXjly Be the 3Te. The proposition to annex Hawaii to the United States naturally calls up some brief revieTT cf our previous terri torial acquisitions. f .Not including the Pacific group of is lands, "which may or may not become the property of this country, there hnve been since the beginning of the present century not less than six acquisirics of territory to the domain of tlie United States. The first and most important of these acquisitions -was made in JS60 and is known, as the Louisiana pur chase. Mr., Jefferson, "who occupied the presidential chair at that time, nego tiated the purchase from Emperor Na poleon at a cost of $15,750,000. "While the exact boundaries cf the territory thus acquired are not preserved either on the map or in the state records at "Washington something over 1, 13...

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 July 1897

i Town and County Jlecos. tAA AAA AAAAAAAA A A AA A A A A A A A Express Agent McGovern went to Omaha yesterday for a brief visit with friends. "Rprthn VonGoetZ, who had been in the employ of a millin ery firm in Kansas, came home yes terday. Miss O'Connor, of Omaha, who had been visiting-her sister Mrs. N. McCabe for several days, returned home this morning. Leo. Tobiu returned the latter part of the week from Omaha, where he had been attending school since last September. Miss Fern Griffin, of Denver, who had been visiting North Platte friends for several days, went to Ivearney this morning. A terrific explosion occurred at The Hub on Front street a few days ago, the particulars of which will be found on our first page Mr. and Mrs. Minor, Mr. and Mrs. Federhoof, Mr. and Mrs. Rob bins and others left this morning on a picnic excursion to Lamplugh's lake. It is reported that more C. E. excursion trains will pass east over the Union Pacific on their return home than passed west last 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. — 9 July 1897

Wk Jlttm -wto mxitt .'V ITOECH PLAITE, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY EYEHUfG, JIM 9, 1897. yol. xm. A. CHILD LABOE LAW. m. 59. A v BLO WN TO ATOMS. Who is blown to atoms? THE HUB did it. I w3i it? The Hub called King- Credit, weU he tried to get back and the Hub told him to "git." He tried to lounge, bat the following- prices shocked him so that he Sew all to pieces. One lot of ladies' shirt waists, sizes 34 to 3S, former price Sr.20 now 95 cents. One lot of ladies' shirtwaists, sizes 34 to 40, former price $107 now So cents One lot of ladies' shirt waists, sizes 54 to 3S. former price 50c to 97c now 35 cents. One lot misses' wash suits in blue, pink and black stripped, age 4 to 14, were 1.35 now i-x0 12. dozen Windsor Ties, in plain and fency colors, former price Sc to 35c now 5 to 20 Twenty-four silk Umbrellas, former price 1.35 to 2.25 now 1.10 to 1.75. All colors Lawn and Dimities at voer own price. Seventy-five pairs of double-knee, ribbed cotton hose, seamless and absoint-iv fest colors, 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. — 9 July 1897

IRA L BARE, Editor and Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One Year, cash la advance, $1.25. Six Months, cash in advance 75 Cents' EnteredBlt!iXorthPlatte(Nebra8k8)po8tofflcea8 a econd-clase matter. FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1897. in BiCYCLEs'are so cheap in the east that thev are now beinp; used ex tensively by the "weary willies making- their pilgrimages through the country. - Patjts lias voted twenty million dollars for the expenses of the expo sition to be held in that city in 1900. Expositions are costly, but they have grown to be a necessity. The earnings of the C. B. & Q. railway for the first five months of 1S97 were greater than during any like period since 1887. This is a inn;f ptironrap-infr siirn: when rail- o o u roads are busy trade is good. Tiir war between the Arbuckles nnrl tlip surar refineries lias re- o suited in coflee selling at ten cents New York. It is an ill- " r wind that blows nobody good. In tin mse the nlain neoole are the winners. A Washington special to the Bee u...

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. — 9 July 1897

ABE IOTKCt SOUTH. MICHIGAN IS BECOMING ALARMED AT THE EXODUS OF HER PEOPLE. be Passenger Association, of Tbat State Hill Henceforth Jlefnse to Give Ilome Seekers Hedaced Fares This Will 2iot, It Is Thought, Stop Emigration. Emigration from the middle "west to the santh has attained such proportions that it is viewed by the press and nosey of the people of the former section -with a degree of disfavor that is akin to alarm. The state of Michigan is one of the commonwealths that are seriously affected by this movement In order to check the exodus the Passenger associa tion of that state has taken action against giving reduced rates to home seekers excursions. The Detroit Journal says that this action was taken on the ground that euch excursions encourage emigration to the disadvantage of the state. The in terests of the railroads represented, as well fcs those of the state, are involved, and The Journal says the association took an "intelligent view of the mat ter.1' Our Detroit conte...

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. — 9 July 1897

prwirvyTwvvw'(j Toom and County flews. J. L. Minor went to Omalia this morning-, expecting" to return to-morrow night. W. J. Roche completed this week a frame house on his home stead in the Chapin district south of the river. Messrs. Park. Barnum.Bullard and Woodhurst are expected home to-night from their fishing trip in Wyoming". As we go to press a nice gentle sizzle-sozzle rain is falling with indications that it will continue for several hours, and that it is general over the county. H. S. Ridgely expects to return to Lincoln Monday after visiting his parents and friends in town for about two weeks. Hilliard will, a tew days after reaching Lincoln, plead his first law case. W. C. Elder returned Wednes day night from Adell.Iowa, where he attended the reunion of his old reg iment. Mr. Elder reports a most enjoyable trip and was highly pleased at meet ing so many of his old-time friends. -Three-tenths of an inch ot rain fell at this point last night, while at Cheyenne the tall was ...

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 July 1897

VOL. XIII. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 13, 1897. NO. 60. ks. I THE WEST NEBRASKA CONFERENCE EPWORTH LEAGUE. 3 MRS. NELLIE CRANE, REV. BENJ. S. HAYWOOD, MINNIE TS. CHASE, Supt. of the Junior League. President.. Corresponding Secretary. J. L. CLAFL1N. Rec. Sccy. MINNIE C. HORNER, Treasurer. . N. H. JONES, Vice-Prest. SOME FACTS CONCERNING THE COMING CONVENTION. The third annual convention of West Nebraska 'Conference Ep worth Leagues will meet in North Platte July 29lh-Aug-. 1st. The committees who have charge of the preparations for entertain ing the convention are now actively engaged in their work. Three hundred delegates and officers of the league will be fur nished free entertainment. It is necessary for everyone to do some fjjing tq ai(l in tje pqtprtaining in order to acco-nnjodafe tliis number. The delegates will represent 12Q chapters having a membership of over 5.000, President Haywood has placed the number who will attend at 1,000. Many who will attend wil...

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 July 1897

IRA Lf BARE, Editor ad Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One Tear, cash in advance, $L25. Six Months, cash in advance 75 Centa Entered altheNorthPlatte(Kebraska)postofflcea8 a econd-clasE matter. TUESDAY, JULY 13. 1897. The New York Journal of Com merce is not a republican organ. But it cheerfully acknowledges that "the business conditions of the last week were, on the whole, quite favorable. There is no backward movement, aud there are many sinrns of cheerfulness." It is about ! & -- time for people interested in busi ngs tn stoo the mouths of the hlntnnt croakers whose stock in trade is continued calamity. The provision m the tariff bill A for a stamp tax upon stocks and nnon sacculations in stocks and L J- bonds is generally commended. This amendment, which has been adopted and made part of the bill, places a stamp tax upon all bonds and stocks aside from those of building associations and other or ganizations of this character, and o also places a lax upon each transac tion in ...

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