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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1895)
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NORTH PUHE. OTRASEAilRI MARCH 22. 1895.
Spring Opening for 1895.
't Is it baigains you are lookiag for? Well, stop right where you are. Our new
spring stock is full of them. Duriag our stay is the Httw m09".MMi
Hmmt )imm vLgooda ever shown in this city, cooetisting of Dreas Goods, 2 oTeJtiea,
wash Silks Plushes and Velrets, Percales, Sateens, Chambrays" Nainsooks," Silk
alenes. Zephry Ginghams, Outings, Cretonnes, Drapery, Table Linen,. Towiinga,
Cassimere for suits and pants, Prints,. Aproa Ginghams, Laces and Embroidery,
Parasols, Gauze Underwear, "White Muslin Underwear, Trimmings' for Drees,
Buckles for Dresses and belts, Hair Ornaments, Side Combe, Hair Cloth, Hosiery,
. Veilings, Corsets, Corset Covers, Infants' Cloaks and Bonnets, Shoes, and. thous
ands of articles which space will not permit to mention. Everything goes at
' SACRIFICE PRICES, All we ask of the public is to call and examine our beau
tif ul line of goods and prices. Here is a few of our price. Read them:
IDIRr O-OOIPS nDEFARTMElTT.
., 25 pieces of double width dress goods, plain or plaids, spring and summer
shades, at 15 cents per yard.
25 pieces Henriettas, all colore, three-rburth wool, 36-in. wide at 25 cts per yard
Outing flannel at 5 cents per yard.
Dress Ginghams at GJ cents per yard.
Apron Ginghams at 44 cents per yard. .
i . Pepperell 9 A Sheeting, unbleached, at 18 cents per yard." .
Pepperell 94 bleached sheeting at 20 cents per yard.
1 Turkey Red Tablo Linen, warranted fast colors at 35 cents per yard,.
Bleached or Cream Table Linen at 37 cents per yard,
Frederick Arnold's Henriettas, 4C-inch widesilk finish, made in Greitz, Ger-
,;iuany, in all colors, at 75 cents per yard.
China Silks for waists or dresses at 27 cents per yard.
Three papers of pins for 5 cents. 4 ; " t " ' .
Three spools of thread for 10 cents. 'ikLmr&.
German Blue Prints at 1 cents. 4.
Ladies' Black Hose at C cents per pair.
Figured Sateens at 10 cents per yard.
200 pairs ladies' fineDongola Button Shoes, French or square toes, at 81.25
Ladies' O xforde in black, tan, brown or buff color from $1.00 up.
Children's shoes from 25 cents up.
Men's oil grnin, buckle plow shoes at 93 cents per pair.
Children's knee suits, ages 4 to 14, three-fourths wool, at 81.45.
Our stock is all fresh and clean; nothing left from other seasons. This sale
commences Saturday, March 23d, and will continue the balance of this month.
Pictures and Silverware for those who have tickets taken up.
Ik Boston S
;M0ST o DELICIOUS o COFFEE o IN o THE o WORLD !
HARRINGTON & T0BIN, SOLE ACTS, NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
Town and County News:
B. I. Hinman is having a new
barn built upon his property 'upon
West Fourth street.
Patterson & Alexander this
week received -some repairs for their
grader which ft needed. "
W- iticl- H.-Sul
livan married Geo. T. Felty toMrs;
Nellie Davis, both of the Third
For hekt, for cash, - a well im
proved farm under irrigation, ap
It is the general .opinion: ot the
oldest mnaoitani tnat mis spnug
the wild .geese are more plentiful-
than ever betore.
The South Side Canal o. has
sold its irrigation bonds to E. JVI
F. Ieflang, who thus makes an
other good investment in Lincoln
county. - j
The Peckham canal company!s
appraisers for the right of way for,
their ditch were before Judcre Rav,
with the report of their awards on
Tuesday or this week.
Remember in order to get pure,
clean and healthy spring water .ice,
contract with Harry IAMPlugh.
Tuesday evening a number of
the friends of Win.- Small wood and
John H. Day presented the former
with a bicycle, and the latter with
a breech-loading, shotgun.
D. W. Baker and W. E. Parks
will have to look to their laurels as
juighty nimrods,- forvW? HBfcomchf
and H. C. Nesbitt went out Tues
day and made a record of twenty
four wild geese.
The Boston Store has received
its stock of spring goods, and the
establishment is full from one end
to the other with choice goods for
the coming season. The Boston,
notwithstanding the depression in
times, is,doing a rattling good bus
iness, and the only way to account
for this is that the goods and. prices
offered prove satisfactory to the
public. J. Pizer is a rustler for
Pay up All parties indebted
to Miss Kate Wood will please set
tle with Mrs. Wood at store, corner;
of Spruce and Fifth Sts.
Sam Buckner, a jovjaj pill
vender at Wallace, may well claim
the belt as the champion pedestrian
in these parts. One day this week
he made a bet of ten dollars with a
fellow-townsman that he would
cover the distance between Wallace
and North Platte within seven
hours. At half past six o'clock he,
came-walking into town; asf fresh
as a daisy, with a good half hour
to spare, having starts at twelve
o'clock noon. Interested parties
followed him with a team to see
that he kept on his feet.
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WWt& arctic i
lip his mind to loiUk-Wgal fight if
as high a. valuation; wC1" aced
upon his iormer
Bridge J&nmm jk. tne trans
Missouri rivtr bridges vreport that
the travel into NebraMra this spring
almost equals the cJcflo-frbm" the
state last falhi It'tB good' work
ises. o teJceva: grttbi'nuige "the
coming season Jftali-'wicrbefore
those who hare neveciidclen before,
and those whhetways ridden
now ride the nMcea "
.to be personal property in Nebraska
ana me person wno. uiniiy Kins
one is liable to have'Qtrbnble. Our
legislative report shows the penalty
for so doing.
A number of the local members
of the A. O-'U. W. who were at first
pleased, with the idea of not hold
ing a state session, of the grand
body last fall, are now outspoken
in the belief that such meeting
should be held, and a thorough in
vestigation of affairs made.
JOLLY NSLLIE McHBNBY:
"A Night, at the: Circus" with
jolly Nellie McHenry whom every
body knows and admires as: Electa,
the dashing circus rider, and Mad-Hai-Milan.adjgrtr
eress, twin sisterWrwill be the at
traction at the opera house next
Wednesday evening, March 2th.
New musicr new specialties and an
all round clever company is
promised. For Mh McHenry no
recommendation is needed; all know
her as the brightest cleverest jol
liest soubrette now before the
American public The novelty of)
"A Night at the Circus" is the last
act which represents the dressing
tent of the Great imperial Circus
with a view of the' ring and the
audience at the back. In this act
Miss McHenrv anoears as the Queen
of the Arena in f1i circus rider's
costume on the back of a 'beautiful
white horse. r it
. WE PAY CASH -100 CENTS ON -THE DOLLAR AND SELIi
CHEAPER THAN ANYpOUSB IN THE CITX '
EENIIE S SLAUOHTEE SALE--4895
THE NEW TARIFF -
On All Imported Woolen Goods and Silks
IS IN OPERATKHf JAPraARY
We must close out our stock of nice fine goods and make room for our new stock
under the new tariff regulations. : : : $1.75 Silk Henrietta at S1.10; $1.50 Silk
Henrietta at 85 cts.; SI. 00 Henrietta at 65 cts.; $1.25 Bedford Cords at 85 cents; $1.25
French Serges at 85 cts.; $1.00 French-Serges at 65 cts.; all wool 1 yd. wide $1.25Broad
Cloth at 75 cts.; 65 ct Flannels, 46 in. wide at 50 cts. : : : In our Shoe department
we offer the choicest line in the west, C. D. and E. widths, in fine new goods- : : :
Call and see for yourself the Wonderful Bargains at Rennie's for January and February in
1895. : . ; Amoskeag Ginghams at 5 cts. per yard, Lawrence LL u slin at 4 cts.
per yard, Lonsdale Muslin at 6 cts. per yard, at RENNIE'S.
ary society the
sick list ' this
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week. Dr AJfeGaife and llbnald-
son, of North Platte; were called to
attend, them last Monday.
T. Hanrahattand daughter
visited the Island-Monday evening.
Many Jare making preparations
already to go farming: .e
a meeting fin';Gpnburg last Sat
urday and .of'" course theyf had a
splendid time:.- ;I was an. irriga
tion meeting. . '
At the las,t meeting of the liter-
have the ritrht of
suffrage." It was decided "against
the ladies," -that is, the decision
was for the affirmative, and they
are to vote, and to become sheriffs,
soldiers, etc, as soon as possible.
Nearly all of the speakers who were
to have been on the affirmative side
of the question were conspicuous,
fortheir absence, but the few- of
them who were in attendance
seemed to haveno trouble in win
ning the debate, though the- nega
tive speakers were all present. For
the first time since literary com
menced this season, G. C." Clark
wasn't on the programme, conse
quently the programme "was lim
C- Bi-Merry, of Hershey, has
rented the Abshire land along the
ditch about four miles west of town
and will erect new buildings at
Geo. Shoup and W. W. Jones
will farm on the Neilson home place
Elmer Coates was a North Platte
visitor the last of the week.
Mrs. Donalson, who has been sick
for a long time, is now rapidly get
Solomo'n Funk, from near Wal
lace, was on our streets Tuesday.
John Keith was in town the last
of the week. -
Section foreman Paulsoi,, has
greatly improved the crossing; -Jtrest
of the'depot andhe hastt6M&&
of our people. ""i1'
Wager Bros., of the Birdwood,
have rented part of T. Harvey's
farm and will take possession soon.
NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
Capital, - r. . $5O,0OOX)Q
urplus, - - $22,500.00
9 E. M. F. LEFLANG, Preset.,
A General Banking Business Transacted.
GEO. W. DIULxARD
PROPRIETOR OF THE
PIONEER COAL YARDS,
-ALL KINDS OF-
Anthracite and Bituminous Coal
Always oirhand. Your patronage respectfully solicited:'
Orders for coal left at Douglass' Drug Store on Spruce
street will be promptly filled.
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Commencing at once, not special, but every day prices. We quote you a few prices. We guarantee our goods to be first-class. r Oui
s are turned over so fast they doa't have time to e;et shelf-worn and stale. The reason why we sell ;oods so cheap is that CASH is
what talks. You don't have to pay Jones' bill. A word to the wise insufficient.
Special Combination No. i
40 yards best t L Muslin
4: pounds best California Peaches.
6 pounds choice Prunes .
4 pounds choice Apricots
6 pounds large Kaisins.
2 cans of Baking Powder.
5 packages of Yeast
1 large package Matches
7 bars Harkens Bros. Soap
3 bars Tar Soap
3 cans Above All Corn
3 pounds Soda
All the above for $5.00.
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We carry the celebrated.Pjrker Gloves, just the thing
for Spring. Every pair warranted.
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The tariff regulation does not effect, us, as we bought
after it went into effect. -
Ladies, you can find imitation of Hair Cloth and Fiber
ine at our store. They are in the push. .
Those Trimming Silks are cheap at 50 cents. Find
some by calling. 'f
Our Shoes are warranted tb; give satisfaction. Try a
pair and be convinced.
We have sonie speci'al'dnvl
cents per yard.
nnted " Sitfnes. Ten and 12$
Combination No. q.
40 pounds best Granulated Sugar
30 bars Harkens ros' .Laundry boap.
2 cans Lewis Lye.
1 bottle Vanilla Extract
1 bottle Lemon -Extract
1 pound grdund Pepper
6 pounds cleaned Currants
1 pound Choice lea
3 pounds Choice Prunes
2 pounds Choice Mixed Candy.
5 pounds Eolled Oats
1 large box of Matches
1 pound fuo Coffee.
AH the above for Five Dollars.
We are receiving a nice line- ot Gimp Trimmings. They are
cheaper than last season. . j
We have a full line of Garden, and Flower Seeds.
Bananas and Oranges are 25 cents per dozen.
Twenty pounds of Dried Grapes for one dollar.
Combination No. 3.
24 spools Coates' Thread
15 yards Simpson's Best Prints.
10 pouuds Granulated Sugar
1 gallon best Sorghum
20 small Boxes of Matches
10 pounds Dried Grapes
1 pound of Pepper
3 pounds Best Kaisins
3 pounds of Soda.
1 pound of Fancy Tea.
5 bars White Eussian Soap
1 can Bon.Bon Baking Powder
1 bottle Lemon Extract-.
6 pounds of Oatmeal
3 pounds best Kice.
All the above for Eive Dollars-
Patronize hnmP inrfllcfT-ir Kw Knvtnnr XT.l. Tit T?..11ovrtn otlfl
Cozad Flour. Best patent $i per sack. Every sack guaranteed.
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Forty pounds of Sugar $i.odV See Combination No. 2.
Lincoln combination;otd'fiMed.t6 the Queen's'taste
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Forty yards of Muslin for $r.tfa. See combination No.. 1.
Get some nice greerr apples 50 cents a peck.-
NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
Combination No. 4.
7 pounds of Kio or Arbuckle's Coffee 1.00
One -3-gallon keg of Syrup
6 pounds of large Kaisins .
6 pounds of Choice Prunes
12 pounds of Uatmeal
6 pounds of choice Kice.
1 pound choice Tea
3 cans Above All Corn. .
1 pound Ground Pepper
AH the above for Eive Dollars.
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We Have Bargains for All.
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