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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 30 November 1888

' - J 0HE ? M'COOK TRIBUNE P. 2W. KIITtlUIiLIi , PublUhcr. McUOOK , : : : NEB , ABOUT NEBRASKA , p The Volo In Nebraska. y Following nro official footings of the table of votes cast at tho recent olectior I' in the stato of Nebraska : f-l OOTEBNOB. i * McShano 65,42i i. BlKclow 0,51 * Butto , 3,94 TliorVa plurality 18,56 : % > ' MEUTEHANT OOTJEDNOB. f MMkelJohn 105,031 ' 1 „ , „ „ „ „ , „ „ , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60,7ft f ( * * " * & : : . . . . . . . . . . . . . * * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 072 ! f. F ° . t . tcr. . : 4'8 | ! Mclkeljolm's plurality 27,28 : j , BECHETABY OP STATE. ? | ? W8 107,1 CI I Hopper. 0.72 ! J llcnthorn 4,101 . Laws' plurality 25,00 ! y TBEASUBKB , - Hill .i 108.18 : , ' Vat toreon S0.5S ! . iewaiiM , 9,7ui p. * r „ • • • • * • t1 4,44 " MMIMMIMMM tl t 111118 plurality 27,50 ! ADMTOB. Benton 108,101 1'o.vnter 60,791 Hi'lln 0.G2 ! Allf.r 4.32- llenton's plurullty 27a3i ATTOB.NEV GE.N'EB...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 30 November 1888

I ' H ! K 1 ii mi i - ill I T I i i i i 111 i i H | 1 * BRIEFS BY THE WIRE AND OTHERWISE. H" [ * ' Beaver Fulls rolliufc mills atBoaver H [ > Falla , Ph. , woro burned. Loss $15,000. f I Six men woro seriously bnrnod , two of V t whom will probablw die. B f A meeting of citizons of Augusta , H ff 'Ga. ' , in tlio grand opera liouso indorsed V t Henry W. Grady for tho United States j I donate against Senator Alfred Colquitt. Bl Tho famous Dorris mansion , in the R i "West End , St Louis , burned on tho k- , " 20th. Tho imposing structure , which t „ t -cost in tho neighborhood of 31,000,000 H < , yvas totally destroyed. Tho insuranco H ' 'is not mora than ono-fourth of that H * • amount. At Bridgeport , Conn. , Mrs. Thomas Hr * / I'itzpatrick attempted to light n firo with n parlor matclu Tho hend fell off , igniting her clothing. Hor father aid -non tried to smother tho flames and both I , "Were badly bjirned. Mrs. Fitzpatrick 4ind hor father were fatally burned. _ , . A serio...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 30 November 1888

I NOW IS YOUE CHANCE I To buy Fine Goods , such aa is generally carried I by a First-Clasa Jewelry House , I For a mere sum , consisting principally of I • • • * * * * * * * T I \ * . J 1V\ \ \ i \ v\ I n\ * \ ® \ \ V \S \v _ _ _ . _ _ . . | r ; rri | i i | I I. - LI - - - B - * * _ * ' * * n * a I Also in tlie Music Line , I DRUMS , FLUTES I VIOLINS , I ' ACCORDEONS , FIFES , I * HARMONICAS , MUSIC BOXES ; I V . VIOLONCELLOS , I HARPS , I BANJOS , GUITARS I And Fixtures for above Instruments. I . . * * * * * * if * * * * * * 5 REED ORGANS AND 3 MELODEONS AT ACTUAL COST. * g * * * * * * * * * * * * Come in and secure an instrument of some kind beforethe assortment is broken. Goods are go ing fast. Remember our entire stock amounting to $8,000 must be reduced down to $3,000 within the next SIXTY DAYS. Now don't let x > this opportunity pass you. We will give two dollars for one , and don't forget it. No more goods to be bought when these are gone. -x Mbbldbiull 0 J 0WOil jf Mulu ,...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 7 December 1888

H VOLUME Vlt. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , DECEMBER 7 , 1888. 'NUMBER ' 28. • 1 I' STOCK OK I FURNITURE K . IS THE COMJ'I.KTKST IN I Southwestern Nebraska. j Hj Tlicy also carry a full line of IWindow Shades , Pictures , I Picture Frames , Carpets , Etc , H' ] Ai\D MEET ALL UONOltAULE COMPETITION IN THEIR LINE. I Meittii a Sicialtf. M MeCOOK , - NEBRASKA. ' - , . „ „ , . „ , . . . , . , . r.i.n B $ On all goods purchased of us in the next 30 days in Older to H make room for our I r of New Season Goods. We offer to our customers in this sweep- : 4. ijig sacrifice sale , an unprecedented opportunity to become pos- I Hj , sesf-ed of superlative bargains , and we expect that the announce- \1 \ HI ment of this sale will N if V i WQQ " • " " Tft e - ' " To will' If x tZ. We are not after money now , bin , room. Call and Pi " Ttcl lear" our pri ° ! 's ° " DliY G00r > S' CLOTHING , I IS * $ HATSCAPS , BOOTSSHOES and GROCERIES. wfa& O g&r uy while the b...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 7 December 1888

• THE M'COOK TRIBUNE F. JU. KliTIITXEIili , PuhlUhcr. McCOOK , : : : NEB f ABOUT NEBEASKA I Tfce Electoral Vsit ( n Nebraska. I , Tho special board of state officers a ] % pointed by law to canvass the eleoton | T ' rote of Nebraska met on tho 26th at th f ' capitol and opened and tabulated th i , returns. Tho pluralities of tho ropubl I I can electors range from 27,652 to 27 , 883 , and there is a majority over all c about 14,000. Tho rote aa footed up i t as follows : & • nnpOBLIOAH ELECTORS. I- H.O. Russpll 108 , I M.M. Butlor 308,41 K'F' ? ? , . " :8 : 108 , James MoNony 108,3 ! DEUOCRA.TIO. i W.G.Sloan 80.5 ! 9,0 J Hedstrom 80.K 4- 5Tibbctts gO.K 7. - Si Kcstorson 80.K , O. W. Allen 80,44 prohibition. O. O. Crowoll 9,4 § JHawley * * • • • • f 8-D. Fitchio * i 9,42 E. 8. Abbott K ; o,4J g- James B.Cary 9.4J jfc UNION LABOR. IT , ! Tin ? * < ,2a j Ti < if O. W. Wheeler 4.1S 6L L.H. Cahoo 4,1 vh OrlnColby 4Xi ( % , ft- . STATE JOTTINGS IN BRIEF. | - Graders at South Omah...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 7 December 1888

MMp&r * ' ' ' ' ? ' - . * ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' * B HARulSON WANTS SPEEDY TARIFF REFORM It Such U the Xetvi Tlmt Come * From Indian- B npalU A Quiet ifiauhnglctng Day. H Jndianapolla special : Tho Indianapo- We lis pilgrima wIiohs opinions nre of valuo , H all say tlmt while tho prcsidont-eloct haa B • "inclinations , " ho has not decided any- H 4hing definitely regarding his cabinot 01 iiis policy , and will not do so until he B 3ms henrd from nil tho lending republi- K f -cans and lias had time to reflect upon K ftho information and advico they give B Jiim. He kcops tab in a note book oi B . suggestions that nre made , not nil of B courso , but those that coma from men B > -whoso opinions are of value , and points H "tlmt striko him as important. Ho is in B 'the attitude of attention and questions B all his visitors on topics that uro in his mind. One of tho points upon which ho always asks tho views of his visitors is tho propriety of calling an extra ses- B .sionof congress. ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 7 December 1888

H By F. M. KIMMELL. I Official City and County Paper . " ' ' ' " ) , ' , , , " „ ! The 347 female blacksmiths of Etig- m land would make money by organiaiiij. B a tronpo and travelling. The woman 1 „ who can Hhoc a horso is fnuch , more M interesting than the woutun who can H only shoo a hen. 1 Wisconsin like Michigan has an cloa m ( jucnt Bon in the present cabinet , and L\ they promised great things for CIcveii L\ land in those states. The greatly in B creased republican majorities in both H States ought to make Vilas and Dickin- B son modest for a whole year. H Major Bukkk , of the New Orleans H Times-Democrat , admits that he is a H protectionist , and has always been since M he saw the Confederacy go to pieces fur 1 want of mechanical arts and mechanics. H Major Burke is one of the progressive H men of the South , and is now doing for H Honduras what the South has refused L\ such men to do for her establishing H schools for mechanical training thatC H will give the country a ra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 7 December 1888

H / lHi t l ' l I ' - 5 ± : - I mdl uAlilA bii 'AUo D ' " ,7"- * * * cclHfcS A * Makes his bow and extends to H' 'ilVU sijV o s5W/ra-cv } Hi ( fnjWCf WjwW ( [ } * ou a cordial invitation to visit his I ls / iy at MoMILLEN's 1 ' f S Drug-Store , K SfcT555 - - / J Whom you will find everything : heart H P fesT6 ? / s eould de-ire , from Huby to Grandpa. ] ' ! * / ' / / Come and see bis immense stock of I I1SChristmas Novelties , \ \ IfesK ' A toket , fr ( , ° om il , ( > s35 oo prizo w5ui / V 'llllllilllr ' V m' ' ' ( * " , , iir purchase , and children - I ) ; mf \ \ \ , ' 1'1 cac * ' * u purchase on the $5 doll. I iffif A. McMlLLEN , Druggist. U\ ' . I fs IMsa& ffitmp. FIUDAY EVKN1XG. DKU. T.1888. > , llcuicuibcr Noble for "roecries. m Noble for superb hun < : inu ; lamps. | Ladies' johl watches at McCrackcns' I for $15 00. m. , JtS Kiesh sausage at the B. & . M. j" Meat Market. Ij Fresh oysters , in cans and in bulk at [ the City LSakery. m Everything fresh and cle...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 7 December 1888

Me r EM * > KV * > . I ? A CANOE. If fEhc maidcv Bat In n llcht cnnoo , | . ' i Afloat on a mountain lake ; If And u nmd Idea Hhot wildly through If. Tho hrnlii of liar lover ( who not thero too ) , , .Thnt he , In thnt Helf-Hnme light ennoo t J A ntolcn kisH would take. ' Ziovt tho mnklcn wit there , unwaro \ Of the plot thnt ho had hatched ; And tluimountnin breezes played withhernair And fanned her check and her brow bo fair , j > Ab bIio sat thoro quite unawnro. ! Of tho kins Boon to be snatched. Then tho lover awaited a real pood chanco , ] , To capture the lonped-for kins. j 'When , watchlnR the wiraplingwavelotB dance , 33ho turned her head with a quick , Bhyglance , iAnd , leaning back , h1w gavo nira a chanco That was really too good to miaa. ' Bo ho bent to moot her , and tried to Bteal > Tho kiBH that ho burned to got. / > But he bent bo quick , in 1ib ! nrdent zeal , 'That tho craft upset like a whirling wheel , And ho tniBBod the ki s that ho tried to Bte...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 7 December 1888

b . bb ' v tJ Efal EwtAT TK fc Bi R H' | n ACTS AT THE SAME TIME ON R H THE NERVES , ' THE LIVER , f THE BOWELS , • Q and the KIDNEYS Q M K WILL CURE BILIOUSNESS. PILES , WA M CONSTIPATION , KIDNEY 00KKM B PLAINTS , UIUNAEY DISEASESM \ M rEKALEWEAKNESS.EHEUKAH H El TISMNEUEALOIA , AND ALL E3 i M NERVOUS DISORDERS , WM j * B By quieting and strengthening the H H B nerves , and causing free action of the B H livcrbowclsandkidneysandrestorMj V El3 ingtheirpowcrtothrowofTdiseasc.Ejg H' ' , | | Why sufferBHIous Pains and Aeb.es 1 H ! H < H Why tormonted'withPiles.Constlpationl H B' , | B WhyfriehtenedoverSisorderedKidneysl jH | Mw MM Why endure nervous or sick headaches ! Wfm V * Eyl Why hare sleepless nights ! Kj K ! mM Use Paikb's Cbxkry Compound and H § B HH rejoice in health. It is an entirely vegctaHu H Hi | HB ble remedy , harmless In all cases. M\ \ H' WELLS , RICHARDSON it CO. , Proprietor ! , Jffi Blfl K3 BTOKKOTOH. VT. fcjl I' ' SllHlSlRiil V f APT.TOO tlirnc 1Mtic PHlH.M bB...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 7 December 1888

| : . NOW ' IS YOUE CHAflCI I " To buy Fine Goods , such as is generally carried I by a First-Class Jewelry House I | For a mere sum , consisting principally of I : \ \ V \ . \ \ \ \ I " " * * * . * * * * . * -II * . . . * . . -.I1MWW * • WJ & JJ , | j | , | | ' * - - < H - - I I HI IW I I - I . , ? " " Also in the Music Line , " " ' DRUMS , FLUTES ] _ VIOLINS , ACCORDEONS , FIFES , HARMONICAS , MUSIC BOXES , VIOLONCELLOS , HARPS , ' -BANJOS , GUITARS And Fixtures for above Instruments. T , ' -T ft > & * -t- * • * -i X + * AT ACTUAL COST. - * • > * * * * * * * * * _ _ * Come in and secure an instrument of some kind before tlie assortment is broken. 'Goods are go ing fast. Remember our entire stock amounting to $8,000 must be reduced down to $3.0G0 within the next SIXTY DAYS. Now don't let this opportunity pass you. We will give two - dollars for one , and don't forget it. No more goods to be bought when these are gone. J. A. YanSiioik , T AOTNT FOli THE . ; Singer S...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 14 December 1888

H | ' * " ' i m s\- f = * * . , * - VOLUME V-fl. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , DECEMBER 14 , 1888. NUMBER 29. ' i I um k Ronins I STOCK OF I FURNITURE K - . ' -i- - - . - . in i i i-i i _ ir.i-i.ri. - i u-i - _ .i r.n ir ii. ' - u'ut.1liul l i nj . .aT-ij-mnjnn.nri. uingnji Hl IS THE COMPLKTEST IN ; I Southwestern Nebraska. H I They also carry a full line of I Window Shades , Pictures , II Picture frames , Carpets , Etc , K AND MEET ALL HONORABLE COMPETITION IN THEIR LINE. I Mertalii a SiecMtj. I McCOOK , - NEBRASKA. Vj On all goods purchased of us in the next 30 days in order to- M make room for our I SELECT AID SPLENDID STOCK IB of New Season Goods. We offer to our customers in this sweep- llj ing sacrifice sale , an unprecedented opportunity to become pos- 1k sesscd of superlative bargains , and we expect that the announce- m ment of this sale will I ' • & / , 5 weep - Tfi © - - Towitl ! j | = JLJL JL We are not after money now , bui. room. Call and...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 14 December 1888

flfl"-u ! ' I O T W 5 A vlflre ! il&R. ' " { ' inPU B * I THE M'COOK TRIBUNE , M $ * F. IT1. KIITCMELl. , 1'tiblUlicr. | „ .McCOOK , : NEB. I -ABOUT NEBRASKA. I' On tlio 2d a firo broke out in tho post- I- ofllco nt Bnssott , and before itwasdis- I covered the office and two adjoining Ir buildings wero complete ruins. How [ the firo originated is not known , but it Ml Is thought some persons set tho blaze. I Tho Presbyterians of Aurora liave I at last secured a pastor , Rev. Robert I Watt , formorly of Orleans. I Jfonca is connaont tUat a ranroaa I bridge will span the river at that point I next season. I" Some boys old enough to know bet- I tor were arrested at Grand Island for I disturbing the Salvation army. Tho Madison Jttaporter saj's that I' county must have a better jail. Tho ono I . now in uso is too small and at tho same I- time unsafe I The savings bank department of the I' Lincoln public schools now has 1,855 do- I positors , and its deposits aggregate over I 484. I R...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 14 December 1888

, ' ' ' ' ' J n K Sj.7 - . i- - i him mh imii ri i 9h ' 9h 9w 9j' 9j'V V THE FINANCES OF THE GOVERNMENT. H > Xr. fatrchild Maltee Jilt Annual IttporlU r WM the Congress. H \7A8nraoTOH , Doc. 4. Tho rcportof thonco H votary of tlia treasury wait laid boforo congroM B to-day. Itcferrlug to tho surplus rovcn.tc the j. -secretary says : In the last annual report it wai WW -tstimatcd that tho revenues for the year to end WM Juno 30,188 $ , would exceed tho ordinary ox Wm pondlturcs , not Including tho Binding fund , by ' 4113,000,000. It will bo noon from tho foregoing WM " tatcmcnt that such oxcesi was In reality 1119,012,110.09 , or IMU.UG.O'J.moro than tho do WM fRrtmcnt estimate. It was also estimated io WM the same report that the Ilka surplus for the WM fiscal year to und Juno 30,1880 , would bo $104- WM - > N 113,805.01. Judging from the actual oxpendl * WM Cares for the unit quarter of thU fiscal year , ? y i * * " 1 in the light of receipts and expenditures mMjf , \ > *...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 14 December 1888

T j i * * - ; * ? * jKd * s ' ( ' * - „ • • r H HJk _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ t H By F. M. KIMMELL. I /Official / City and County I'apei ' * _ _ - * . . -I , i . - ' tiik recent Boston tntinlclnul election tv H suited In mi ovrwliulmlinr victory for Hie iu H publicans. Education Is hcfflnninK to tell H ovun In the American Athens H Mas. Siuvr hits Indiscreet > renmrkcil that H fjum cliL'wiiifr Ir a trri'ut alii to whistling. IT H tlioKnind mmy of Kum-clicwcrs ciircliidi * to H add whlptlitur to ttiolr ueciiinpllxliiiioiitH. Hie H popular slffleiiMO will have a host of rlvul till H over tliu country. H A Maine admirer or President Uleveliuiil ie- H ccutly forwarded him a touchlntr tribute In il o H form of "a ciitnlciiMonkiiiir conn eat. " 'I he H cutting down of Democrntle majorities u- H pears to have dlhlniljfcd coons in curious vat u- H ty nil over the Northern country. H Tun enseof .1. It .liicobn. ol'Jacobs , nnmlj H county , charged with opening lctteis while H Niifiby of that post...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 14 December 1888

w HHB ' " SAffAlLMS Mukes his bow and extends to you a cordial invitation to visit his J Headquarters , ' at McMILLEN'S 9 Drug Store , I Where yon will find everything heart could desire , from Baby to Grandpa. ' Come and sec his immense stock of \ Christmas Novelties , A ticket free on flu$35.00 prize with each dollar purchase , and to children with each 50c purchase on the"$5 doll. A. McMlLLEN , Druggist. I W jftrCoafe Pkp. If FRIDAY EVENING , DEC. 14.1888. I ' LADIES' AND MISSES' CLOAKS I i at less than COST to manufacturers. I i We arc overstocked on cloaks , and will H close nut all we have at ' 'EARTI1- II QUAKE BARGAINS. " This is a B SPECIAL SALE for December , and is I a chance to buy a cloak cheap. m J. C .ALLEN & CO I _ _ Remember Noble for groceries. Noble for superb hanging lamps. B Ladies' gold watches at McCrackcns' I for $15.00. I ' EgF"Fresh sausage at the B. & . M. I Meat Market. RL Fresh oysters , in cans and in bulk at B the City Bakery. Everything fresh ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 14 December 1888

fc * a i im I' ' ll i i m f : ' 1BE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE , ii • r w * ? Washington' , D. C , Dec. 3. Tho prcsl- jv * client's messago was delivered to congress tefaortly uflcr it had been assembled to-day , Wr * was at once read in both houses. It was ' - t'itafollows : * To the Congress of tho United States. r. ' Ac you nsscmb.o for tho discharge of the % -ifcrttes.you have nBsumert as tho rcprcsonta- * > "ives .of a free and generous people , your „ , ' - * > aa < fting is marked by an interesting and im- I / cyrcajlvo incident , as at tho expiration of the tS present session of tho congress , of tho first * * * ' < oenUiry of our constitutional oxistenco as a tatkja-will bo complotcd. Our survival for 100 years is not sufficient "iojwsuro us that wo no longer have dangers * * fc > 'fear in tho maintenance with all its prom- . .sod.blessicigs , of a government founded up- -XXX. s freedom of tho people. Tho time * -rtSber. admonishes us to soberly inquiro * ehothcr in...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 14 December 1888

1 11 Two JUicliy ITfeiii I Vancouver OYaili. Ter. ) independent , Not. 7. BE On thol7thof October iln H paper nn- Hf } nouncecl Unit liclitning had struck in HI/ / Vancouver , or the Bamo tiling , a strenk HI , of luck that made Homo excitement. Jn Hlf September M. 0. Hnrcll , a laboror on J. HI 0. Froebstd'H farm , bought one-tivon- Hlt tioth of tiolcet No. 40.755 in tho Louisiana HF . Sttito Iiottory , nndtlmt number drew tho HI > big 8800,000 prize on October 0th. J. O. 1 Proebstel owns half of this Harell ticket , HI which entitles tho holders to 815,000. Bff Tlio ticket was donomtcd for collection fi * with Wells , Fargo fe Co. 'h Express Com- Hiw V * pa 3' t Portland , Oronon. The collec- H ' tion was promptly honored by tho H | Louisiaua State Lottery at Now Orleans , H I and tho mouej % gold coin , is now in H Portland ready to be paid over upon H proper receipt for it. Both the lucky 1 men are honest grangers , and , as their It heads are level , will know iust where to ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 14 December 1888

I * 1 | | | I ' NOW IS YOUK CHANCE y > To "buy Fine Goods , audi as is generally carried ' by a First-Class I'J m I Jewelry House , C For a mere sum , consisting principally of \ \ , J : P ' ; r- ! ' ? X _ VO \ \ \ Avo\ _ - _ _ Bar \\4\\j V\\A " ' _ * • * * - • * * * 3 _ _ _ " * Also in the Music Line , drums , ' ' flutes , i • ; - * : " violins , > . . ; ACCORDEONS , FIFES , \ ; . HARMONICAS , MUSIC BOXES , ' I - VIOLONCELLOS , * ? ' ' HARPS , ' \ BANJOS , • GUITARS , ' J. ' ' . And Fixtures for above Instruments. b u " \ t T" . . . . . iiniirrr1nnni-irui. -ji.ri.rjm.ijn I - - r tjn n i-i r. .f - - , - - - r - i iifi/irn--r1 ! 5 REED ORGANS AND 3IE18DE0HS i . AT ACTUAL COST. i : \ - * * * * _ _ * * . * _ * * , / - • Come in and secure an instrument of some kind before the assortment is broken. Goods are go ing fast. Remember oar entire stock amounting to $8,000 must be reduced down to $3,000 within the next SIXTY DAYS. Now don't let this opportunity pass you. We will give two...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 21 December 1888

B , * * * * \ . , , - - . * , . _ JW . . . „ j * K , • _ VOLUME-VH ! McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , DECEMBER 21 , 1888. NUMBER 30. % | Is dear at any price , and that self evident fact paves the way for K the truth equally obvious that the question of quality as well as f'r ' - H , priceraust enter into every purchase. By the offer of a few dollars' R discount the public may be induced to overlook this question of Ej quality but wo think it H Buy a SOVEREIGN JEWEL BASE BURNER with the Patented H | Spiral Hot Air Circulating Flue , which adds one-third to the H | heating capacity of the stove without increasing the consumption HI ' of fuel , or your winter coal bill Mil MAKE III ! m We have had difficulty so far in supplying the demand for these B stoves , but now have a fair stock on hand and can promise not HI to disappoint you. If you want a base burner call and see the H SOVEREIGN JEWEL , and don't be induced to buy an old-style It stove on account of a ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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