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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 21 December 1888

I THE M'COOK TBIBUJJE. I V. WL. KiramEEilj , Publisher. I McUOOK , : : s neB < 1 ' ABOUT NEBRASKA , I As Sheriff Taylor was waiting at 1 Valley yesterday , says the Lincoln Jour- H nal , on his way to Lincoln with two H insane people , he had a thrilling expori- I cnco. Mr. Lemmons , the insauo man , | wanted to bo moving about , but Sheriff I Taylor kept tolling him to sit I. down and keep quiet. But the insane m man did not wish to be confined to the 13 mits of the small railroad depot , and , K . watching his opportunity , he dashed out } of tho depot and away like a flash. If Sheriff Taylor gave hot pursuit and | | caught the mun after a desperate chase. | 1 It took three men to take tho insane | | > " \an back to tho depot. | | Two tramps took revenge on a Ham- li ilton county farmer who had failed to II pay them for a half day's work , by | f knocking to pieces a harvester and | | binder , pulling the boards off his crib | i and letting tho corn run out , and turn- II in...

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 — 21 December 1888

t t t t t t t tMt " i - * gyi - mm"ii ii i i i i m in mi ininiMi K' : - , " - " * > ' - - - # - - - , , * . - V- " " - I a Ii AN EXPLOSION OF MEAL DUST. I t TW 2"i > rc * Xufllclcnt to Shake the Karth for i Nearly a KUe Xltreo STen lmtantty Killed. t Chicago diBpatch : Threo nion nro "known to havo boon killed , ono fatally injured and ii number of persons badly bruisod and shaken up early this morn- "t inp by an explosion of meal dust which -completely wrecked tho throe-story brick building on North Halstoad stroot , • occupied by David Oliver as an oatmeal : snill. Sevecal adjoining buildings wore ' -also shattered. Tho explosion , which • occurred shortly after 2 o'clock , was ter- ' • * -rifle , one shock being felt a milo away. Buildings in tho itnmediato vicinity • woro bombarded with flying bricks and -timbers , and nearly every pane of win- • dow glass within a radius of six blocks was smashed. Almost beforo tho rum ble of tho explosion had died away • flames sprang fr...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 21 December 1888

B | By F. M. KIMMELL. It Official City and County Paper HI WntsN tho domocrutlo ptiriy is out of puwci HI It looms up magnificently ub ucivil survlco t c HS former. HEj Can nothing bo dono to prevent 8 flood nl Hlj "Ytilo tldo" nnd "Xraas" pliruseB for tho com Hfi Ihk holidays ? K Tin : republican party will bund tiie old tin ; Hi down to posterity unimpaired and uniilterct HI except by tho addition of several bright attira R Tun law nnd order leiiguo of Elkhart , Ind. Hi Ja on tho war path , and gamMcra , fuIooii keep H 1 crs nnd sporting women aro being arrested bj H 1 tho wholesale. Hjp The alliterative N. Y. Sun culls Cleveland' : H ? ' tnessngo a "dithryamblc dcnuuclutfou of tin H race for riches. " It might hnvo called it tin H • jaundiced jeremiad of u defeated democrat. H IIabtinos seems to bo "in tho soup" oi H words to thut effect. Two failures , uggregat Hi ( Ing $160,000 , within a few weeks , makes lln HI | bufilnusa outlook for the "Queen City" any Bj thing but cheerfu...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 21 December 1888

• | L | | SANTA CLAUS 1 \ lllllr fffl b Makes his bow and extendi * to V I if fl sA sts BPfl 3011 it cordial invitation to visit his I It i % Headquarters I n lftE 59 V at McMILLEN's II "I " f ? ty Drug * Store , * | l - &O5 A Where you will find everything heart \ P" * * * / A could desire , from Baby to Grandpa. &f & 5 5 > l /y Come and see " his immense stock of I fP\ | % Christmas Novelties , I' > 'Illlllllilhr Vw e"C-1 dollar purchase , and to children I ) % M T \ V1 ' 1' ' cac" ' c Purc'iaf ' 'c on tnc 55doll. If. lllf A. McMILLEN , Druggist. l ( r' ' I * Pe H4 pkp. ' FItlDAY EVRNING. DEC. 14.1838. I LADIES' AND .MISSES' CLOAKS ' at less than COST to manufacturers. I. We : yc overstocked on cloaks , and will I J close out all we have at ' 'EARTH I QUaKE BARGAINS. " This is a J SPECIAL SALE for December , and is I a chance to buy a cloak eh ear * . I I J. C ALLEN & CO I \ .Remember Noble for groceries. I , Noble for superb hanging lamps. ' - Ladies' gold w...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 21 December 1888

| ll ' "II I I I J , B SOW , IS RILL A LIAIt OK KOTi H From Timo. H "Bill Jones is a liar. ' m Said father to .loo ; M * "I'm Biiro thai he in , m For ho told mo bo. " H "For that vory cause. " A H ' Said Joseph aparo , j "I'll prove that Hill Jonrw m Is off of his base. " B "Ho Bays Iio'b a liar , H Well , now , if that's true , M There's no sort of Bonso m \ la what ho told you. fl ' "BocauBO , don' you see ? " * M Continued tho youth , H "He can't bo a liar M And toll you tho truth. " H "If Bill tolls tho truth B Ho'h aliur , you sec ; m And ifho's a liar , M It's quite plain to mo. H "That on his own word m ( Wo cannot go higher ) , H Ho lies when ho Bays it , H And ho isn't a liar. " UNEXPECTED VISIT B It was with the air of a man pro- B foundly indifferent to his own suc- B -cesses , that Gerard Strickland , twitch- B ing his cuffs and stretching his arms , fl before letting his hands fall into his B lap , sank back into the luxurious B -arm-chair by his library fire , ' after...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 21 December 1888

Fj i , i i ft * -r-- : ' " / * "But John P. RoblnBon , he _ , they • i > c didn't know overythin' down In Judeo. " Afe They cortnlnly know little. If thoy did not ' \ * know that tho safest , quickest und most \j \ : , ' pleasant euro for croup , bronchitis , couch , \Y \ ' cold in tho chest , etc. , is Dr. Bull's Cough | Syrup. Price twcntjr fivo contB ft bottlo , • L' . - Auaromcdy for accidonts common to t vt every day llfo , euch as cuts , bruises , f ; - sprains , burns , sculds , and frostbites , ( - Salvation Oil has no equal in tho tnnrkot . , > It literally annihilates pain. Prico 25c. i * / , _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ , " James Russell Lowoll is living with his sister at Boston. ' ' . . Tho Greenland JCxiiedltlon. II Dr. Nanson , the Danish oxplorcr , and t " five companions , havo * succeeded in f their attempt to cross Greonluud , but $ tho Bciontiflo results of tho trip cannot i * yet be told. Tho party left their tcbsoI f in latitude 05 degrees on Jnly 17 , with b tho ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 21 December 1888

I NOW IS TOUR CHANCE H To "buy Tine Goods , such as is generally carried I by a First-Class Jewelry House , H For a mere sum , consisting principally of H • . I . I . . . - - H * . * * * . * * * * * * * * * * ' * I " . * * * . " ' * . ' * * * * " * * * * * * " I Also in the Music Line , I , DRUMS , FLUTES , I VIOLINS , I ACCORDEONS , FIFES , I HARMONICAS , MUSIC BOXES , I VIOLONCELLOS , I HARPS , I BANJOS , GUITARS , I And Fixtures for above Instruments. I AT ACTUAL COST. ' " ' " ' I * * * . . . * . . * . * * " . - * * * * * , , , * * - I Come in and secure an instrument of some kind I before the , assortment is broken. Goods are go- I ing fast. Eemember our entire stock amounting I to $8,000 must be reduced down to $3,000 I within the next SIXTY DAYS. Now don't let I this opportunity pass you. We will give two B dollars for one , and don't forget it. No more B goods to be bought when these are gone. B HIF ft 1 ' T 1 H 4 I Timwrnr ftTMMiin I liUllnlufV OL lAUnlJIUfJuliO B STOCK OF -...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 December 1888

I f ( ' VOLUMEmf . McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , DECEMBER 28 , 1888. NUMBER 31. JH H , i . ' I „ ! „ , ) LUMLJU- ' . U L. . . ' . ' I _ 1 i PPWff 1)111 ) . 1 , 1 ! ! J1 I .YOUR CHOICE" I OF OUK HEATERS AT H " I IWIH' " .Tl- ? WT JJ _ - -f ir - . - • - . - . . . . . . : , . . - . . , . _ , , . , . , . - _ i _ . . - , - H I for THIRTY DAYS ONLY at TIE PIONEER HABDWABE , I LaTOURETTE & CO./ H : B Brick Store , Main Avenue , 4 doors south of J. C. Allen & Co. < * iilLpF I 1888. Fall Season.1889. ' . - : - . - : - . The fact that my efforts in the past to produce none but of the highest standard of excellence have been appreciated by friends and customers , as shown by my large and rapidly increasing busi- B ness , has encouaraged me to still greater exertions " for the Fall and Yinter season. My Collection of Pine Fairies ; B , • For gentlemen wear , is now complete , and it will : ' - give me pleasure to have you see my stock , 'which m is as large...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 December 1888

HI * * T | i 1- ir i i | ; . mittEns. K' . - "Emerson. * I § * " * Grnco. Beauts * and C/iprlco I | . Jluild this Roldon portal : II. " - -Graceful women , choaon met it' " Darslo every mortal. | " TTltoir sweet nnd lofty countcnanco I ; Bin onchunted food. | p -Ho njcri not go to thom , their" forms r y 3eaot IiIh Holitnde , % f Heloolsoth flcld ) in In thoir faco , g/ Hi * cyna oxploro tho Ground Jp The jrrccn RrnsR is a lookinR-Rlasa | f - Whereon their traits are found. yF. Xittlo and less ho Bays to them. fk -Bo danced his heart in his breast ; I 'Their tranquil mien bercavcth him , S . * " w t , of words , of rent. R ! 'Too weak to win , too fond to alma ft * Tho tyrants of his doom , f 'The much deceived Endymioa ; J Slips behind a tomb. I . I ' " ' ' MS. DOBBS' "WIIIM. fcp , -Prcrtn tho Arr-osy. | T Mrand Mrs. Dobbs lived at Clap- 'C Siam. They were a very worthy coup- ' - -e , their friends said. That is about the best people will say of an elderly | - * ' ipair if they are...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 December 1888

H 111 ' - ' i m ' H • Tli'RstHfAll Problem. H . ' It is by no moans Bottloil Unit forpntn incrcmio rninfnll , nfl is qui to gonorally H boljovctl. From an nnnlyeis of mirny Horics of ol)8crvnlions recorded in Now England nnd on • western prairies ro- H pions which linvo undcrpono radical clinufjcs in respect to tlibir forest cover- ing Mr. Henry Qnnnott 1ms reached 1 tho conchiHion that wooded areas havu no influonco on rainfall , though they H produco , notwithstanding , important t economic effects. They act as rearr- voirs to lecop hack tho rain from the rivers , preventing floods , hut also , as H much water is evaporated from tho leaves without reaching tho earth , per- 1 mancntly diminit iing tho flow of tho Btrcams that irrigato arid valleys. Thoy B also ruduco tho extremes of tompcra- turc , act as windbreaks , and otherwiso servo useful purposes. H 1881) ) . "IKON AND STEEL. " 1881) . H The Lntrat nnd Ilrlslitest CIirI ( iunH M aiiclNow Yonr > Annunl by A JTIuit" 1 oflli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 December 1888

H - ' I ; By F. M. KIMMELL. I Official City and County Paper | UNTIL it i pretty curtain that E. L. HI Harper , the swindling hanker , in really 1 and truly crazy , the public will keep itH Jj sympathy tucked away in its right hand 1 Jowcr vest pocket. B | THE Sunday law as applied to liquor If dealers it * to be enforced in Wanbing- IJ ton hereafter , but it will not make l [ much difference to them. They have Hi had their harvest Senator Kiddleber- 1 ger's term is about over. If Mrs. President Cleveland con II tinues to endear herself to the Aiiieri- l | can people. She , it is reported , "has l | smoothed back the banga from her II beautiful forehead. " It is the best ex- II ample ever given to United States girls. I Smooth back the bangs and begin the I year right. I' ' AGEORQIA minister , recently attack I cd by a member of his church , drew a I knife and stabbed his assailant dead b\ II the pulpit. It is evident that not all B ministers believe wholly in the gospel I ] of peac...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 December 1888

lilm lU Makes his bow and extends to tf/Tl / / BKr . you a cordial invitation to visit his fifO ? j % Headquarters I gj 5/ / { / at MoMILLEN'S 1 hk 5"r W Drugstore , 1 ? / J Where you will find everything heart M * * * - ! * " / Ss could desire , from Baby to Grandpa. i S f /y Come and nee his innnensc stock of Jp | ' fy Christmas Novelties , I H sA * ticket free on the $35.00 prize with ' ufllfmih V cacn dollar purchase , and to children * Vtir \ * ' * ' ' eac' ' ' e lurcnase , on tne $5doll. "li " # A. McMILLEN , Diutggist. * * * H g ! * * . . , - K FRIDAY EVRXING. DEC. H. 1SSS. fl LADIES' AND MISSES' CLOAKS H at less than COST to manufacturers. 1 We arc overstocked on cloaks , and will B close out all we have atEARTH - fl QUAKE BARGAINS. " This is a fl 'SPECIAL SALIC for December , and is H a chance to buy acloak cheap. H J. C ALLEN & CO H Remember Nolile for groceries. H Noble for superb hanging lamps. H ig Kresli sausage at the B. & . M. H Meat Market. H Fresh oysters ,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 December 1888

l | ; THE ITCOOK TRIBUNE , I" } F • KimiflUBIilj , Publisher. * j McCOOK , : : : neb. s ' i J ABOUT NEBBASKA. fc . i > vtuK ° F\r Rescinded and Dismissed. f ino state board of transportation ia- % wied the following order : ! - 5 We , tho board of transportation , find r from official authority that the produc tions of the stnte of Nebraska , including wheat , oata , corn , cattle and hogs , are carried to market at a leas rate per ton per mile thnn the same productions of the state of Iowa ; and that lumber and bard coal aro shipped into tho state at a s. { less rate per ton per mile than tho same - j . * v of S ° ° ds are shipped to consumers t , of Iowa. V -t Wo further find that the business done V ' . ' * n Nebraska by tho railroad companies lor tho year ending June 80,1888 , has . / increased 2,294,726 tons over the busi- f ness of tho previous year , while tho net s earnings of the roacfs have decreased t . , "nn7 tuo same time S2.280.482.03. f Hint these net earnings are ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 December 1888

HM fls . . II. I n m . i , , i . _ . - B- . A BLOODY BATTLE AT SUAKIM. BY Ttie JtrltUh and Egyptian Force * Slot-in the BV Trenches , BJ " A dispatch from Sunkim says tlio com- "biued forces of tho British and Egyp- H Hans havo mado na attack upon tho H ; rebel position. They stormed tho ro- H doubts and trenches , and after an en- Hi . gugomcnt lasting half an hour drovo H' - Iho onomy into tho buBh. Tho British H , . forco lost four men killed and two H -wounded. Tho Egyptian and black H- forces stormed tho tronches and carried f lliem , losing two men killed and thirty H , * wounded. Tlio only officers wounded H in tho attacking forco were two Egyp- tians. Tlio robel loss is stated to have kcon 400. ft Before dawn this morning the . British man-of-war Starling and an Egyptian -steamer moved UP tho coast with orders * to cover tho rebels at Handonb. At -daybreak tho forts opened fire upon they H robel trenches and tho troops advanced f to tho attack , tho black brigado upon tho ri...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 December 1888

K _ < * . H * * tjk . _ _ ! _ I MM k TROWBRIDGE'S / * STOCK OF f FURNITURE I IS THE COMPLETEST IN I Southwestern Nebraska. ' * " " " " " " " " " ' " ' Ml'i ( - They also carry a full line or ItI Window Shades , Pictures , I Picture Frames , Carpets , Etc , IN AND MEET ALL HONORABLE COMPETITION IN THEIR LINE. i \v \ * TT J X 1 " Ci " IX Ik I * ' McCOOK , - NEBRASKA - • jSf- X ! * I * : ' On all goods purchased of us in the next 30 days in order to Iff make room for our I SELECT AND SPLENDID STOCK I of New Season Goods. We offer to our customers in this sweep- c * " ing sacriGce sale , an unprecedented opportunity to become pos sessed of superlative bargains , and we expect that the announce- * ; * ment of this sale will A "VL Ve are not after money now , but , room ; Call and \jftUj learn our prices on DKY GOODS , CLOTHING , JRnTJ HATSCAPS. BOOTS.SUOE3 and GROCERIES. n if KFrl uy while the boom lasts of W C.H.ROGERS . . , jfiSl ! Tlie Pioneer Merchant. FOE SALE OR TRADE ! I 320 ac...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 4 January 1889

i ; . ; , c > • ffihe' " Jtc 00ii ' Qltxbunt. - - - i [ if ' z = = = r ' ? x ' VOLUME VII. McCOOK , RED WILLOW.COUNT.Y , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , JANUARY 4 , 1889. NUMBER 32 , 'j : fv * V > " „ , _ _ _ _ t J tYOUR CHOICE I * * * • If * ' - c OF OUli HEATERS at _ . for THIRTY DAYS ONLY at „ TIE PIONEER HARDWARE , > LaTOURETTE & CO. , w tW Brick Store , Main Avenue , 4 doors south of J. C. Allen & Co. -1 - - - . . . . . . . . - - , . . . . . . . . . i , . . . , . . . _ „ . , . . . . , . - , . . . , . . , - . . , L 1888. Fall Season.1889. _ . - : - . - : - . leZ , The fact that my efforts in the past to produce ' * none but of the highest standard of excellence % i have been appreciated by friends and customers , ft ' as shown by my large and ra pidly increasing busi- ! % ness , has encouaraged me to still greater exertions | for the Fall and \ \ inter season. f Mf Collection if Fie Fairies * : For gentlemen wear , is now complete , and it will jf"k give me pleasure...

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 — 4 January 1889

H MaOaM HMIM > MM MliMMIAMMa H ' THE M'COOK T&IBUNE , i j _ . H F * in. KXITIMELli , Publisher. H - . _ H % McCOOK , NEB. I ; ABOUT NEBEASKA. MH H Tho Tribune says there la a movomont H on foot , and it seems to be gaining good H headway , , in the interests of Mrs. Anna H MoPherson for postmistress for Fro- H monk She is the-widow of a soldier who H died soon after tho war from tho effects H of wounds received in that bloody strug- H Mrs. Eliza Owens from near Bloom- H ington was before the examining board H on the charge of insanity. The board H decided that she insane. She will prob- B ably be sent to Lincoln. B The Nebraska legislature will stand H as follows : Senate , republicans , twenty- B H seven ; democrats , six. House , ropubli- H cans , seventy-sovon , demoorats , twenty- H one , independent , one. H The Madison Reporter says tho Hh county must liave a better jail , tho littlo M 10x12 , made of pine lumber , having al- B most become useless. The sheriff , it H B ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 4 January 1889

ft ? - 1- - • _ _ I . • f THE COLORED MAN MADE A GOOD FIGHT. &j „ $ \ ; atcAullfff , tho Vaclflo Coast Champion , Bad- r i III Wonted by the Jlto-ly Australian. ' Tho contest between Joo MoAtiliffe , fr ' champion heavy-weight of tho Pacific const , and Jackson , colored clmmpion from Australia , which occurred at the k California athlptio club to-night , says n San Francisco dispatch , has been tho r -solo topic of conversation in sporting i v -circles for soveral weeks. Tho interest ' had been arousod by n nnrabcr of cir cumstances. McAuliftb had a clean accord of victories , and his recent battle f -with Mike Oonloy , in which tho latter was defeated in less than flvo minutes , added greatly to tho admiration of liia ' friends and gavo tho sporting public in- * creased confidence in his merit ns a scientific pugilist. It was gonorally conceded , however , 'that. McAuliffo would fight his hardest 'battle ' to-night , for Jackson had won nn • excellent reputation since his arri...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 4 January 1889

H 5i.i5K MiE5BHiSiM M 'ii ' ii " ii"w iiii i mmmimSSSmti i H lis Exfy& fflbm fl By F. M. KIMMELL. M Official City and County I'apei H TlIG lfiomingtnii Guard dues tint < - .v B pcct to be saved by Faith alone. Mr. H Baxter in the junior publisher , we ub H H The legislature of Nebraska is ti < > u H organized for work. We hope none ed H our solons shall prove afraid of it we > H mean good , honcht work Tor the cum H monwcalth's best interests. B The London Star Hi v'Grover Clcvc H land is worth a quarter or a million do | . B lare , and he will fettle down in New H York at the close' of his prosiiienrial Jj term. " This-scenirt to be authoritativ. H 'St. Paul liaa her ice palace. Sioux H H City her corn palace and New Orleans B her cotton palace. It would be appro 1 priute for New York to erect a gin pal B ace , and have Governor Hill lay the cor H ner-stone. H Already * certificates of election to H | the next House of Representatives have H been issued to 164 repu ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 4 January 1889

HH E * ' i MmiiiB HR FIIIDAY EVENING. JAN. 4.1580. B" LADIES' AND rSSES' \ CLOAKS Hn afc less thai ) .COST to manufacturer * * . | RB We nro overstocked on cloaks , and will H clone nut all we hnvo at ' 'EARTH H QUAKE BARGAINS. " This is n MW SPECIAL SALE for December , and is HjH * a chance to buy a clonk cheap. W J. C. ALLEN & CO. HuB Your water tax became due January B H 1st. Call and pay it at once. H E City Drug Stork. H B Remember Noble for groceries. J H Noble for Miperb hanpiiq lamps. BS Fresh candies at the City Bakery. Bl Co to Noble Tor your Family groceries. B EETDr. Hall s office , over First Na H | tioual bank. K 83"Fresh sausage at the B. & . M. BB | SI eat Market. HBb * Fresh oysters , .in cans and in bulk at BPK the City Bakery. Bff Remember that. Leland & Morrow tell HI the reliable O'dx ' vnirmi PjB Swartz * H euuui".i aro nee from poi- Bpiff sonous coloring Trv them. B B Everything Irtish ami clean in the Bjfla " ° Krocer'es ' at Noble ' s store. BBk ...

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