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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 25 January 1889

- " < . . - f - ' ' - . -ij , - , < • / In. t . . I -THE ' - M'COOK TBIEUNE , I s * F. M. KIJMRIEIA , Publlahor. " " * UcCOOIC , : : : neb. ABOUT NEBRASKA , I Township Organization Convention. Tho convention of supervisors froir .onntics undor township orffanizatior rocommoud tho following changes ir tho laws : That tho rogulnr Juno meeting of su- „ ' I porvisors bo hold on tho second Tnesdaj l s n June , being tho snmo timo that the > ; | meet as a board of equalization. I { J3onds of all officers ( except super \ * visors ) appointed by tho township boarti i 1 to bo approved by tho chairman anc . olork of tho county board. ' All expense for Keeping paupers to be ' borno by tho county. B ' | Raising tho pay o 'f supervisors to $ J B f j per day and mileago while engaged ir Br . county business , and leaving it as now B * at § 3 per day when engaged in townshir business. B , ' [ Making tho term of office of super I1 ! visors two 3'ears , one-half to bo elected ' ' eaoliyear...

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 — 25 January 1889

Ip SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES wE Tho Work Doing Done From Day to Day in fggf" * jjoth Jlrnohe $ ofCongren. Wk : Housn. In tho houso on tho 14th , ! $0. umler tho call of states a bill embody * • | j | - ir tlio inlemnl revenuo features of tho Sg MHIh bill was introduced and a motion WifJ for its reference to tbo committee on Sgl , -flpproprintionn made. TJio members ol % - * i tbo ways nnd menus committee opposed . 'tbe motion. Tho motion to refer the % & • internal revenuo bill to tho committee 12 -on appropriations was ngrced to yens , * * * . 129 ; nny . 91. Bills introduced : By 'Townsond , of Illinois , for tho establish- u * > / mentof a national military and naval &J. X. museum in "Washington , By Plumb , ol . Illinois to refund tho interest-beanne < f debt of tho "United States. By Adams , jf of Illinois , for tho construction of a " ; . lighlhouso and steam fog signal on tho ' 3r outer backwater at Chicago. r Senate. In tho senate on tho 14tb ifL' Hoa...

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 — 25 January 1889

1 'fc § _ . ' - - - - . . . - . > -i-- - ' . - 1 - ! . BBBBB MBS > ] , - . " • , A * ' - - . „ : , • y. \ x- • * tj I "Vf vrt- - - . _ _ _ ir " H | j By F. M. KIMMELL. Ji I Official City and County Paper B j THE BETTER WAY. W | Lllio Donvor Nowfl. ] Thoro is a strong tend- B u onoyat preBont In various pitrts of the conn F fj try to meet tho demands for extreme temper K > \ ance legislation by a procure for reRtrictlve K j ; reformatory measures such ns can bn onfoic- : J ! cd. Thopassniroorinwa tlmtnro hi-ld In cmi- K Jj tempt by tbo targe minority or the people , and H } | 1 that are Bj-stemntlcally evaded , tends to lesson H. ( j respect for legal enactments. It may boac- i I ceptod as a ccrtiinty that unless tlio worst H | evils of tbo liquor traflio urn rootrd out by H mndernto and sensible means. nntlilnir ran H stay tho march or the fanatical prohibition H movement. If saloon m u are to ho nlvrn H character by the slum iuiiuonco and the nas- Hi onablo demands or the ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 25 January 1889

IIP < l > i . < - • * : I ' Sv • w V. FRIDAY EVENING. JAN. 25.1880. r = = = = = = g , L ADIBS' AND M ESSES' CLOA KS H at less tliun COST to uianufucturen * . fil ' , / Wo nro overntocked on cloak * , nwl will & | ' * * cIoro out nil wo hnvc atEARTH * ? QUAKE BARGAINS. " This i a f * . SPECIAL SALIU for December , and is / * ' * V * chmico to buy a cloak-clioan. I C I J. C. ALLEN & CO k V = = = = = = = = = b > v , Citv Drug Store. K' * / | Remember Nolilo For groceries. Q ? • Noblo for Hiipcrb liuti tii lamps. | > : > Fresh candies at. the City Bakery. p ' Go to Noblu for your family groceries. M'i ' 55TDr. Hall's office , over First tfa l { * - tional bank. • [ * ISPFrpsli sausage at the B. & . M. jr ' Meat Market. * "I , - " Fresh oysters , in cans and in bulk at § the City Bakery. If k j % .J Try Bnnie of our pure Pork' Sausage. yvW McCook Meat Market. \X \ I Remember that Leland & Morrow sell | - f1 the reliable Olds wagon. I Everything fresh ami...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 25 January 1889

I' 8 II By , B * " UPK. I I ° 'l"vo J , ° PC,1 n J Buffered In cheer and woe. ' 1 3 ; ° ! 'avo VU8tm1' Iwtrnycd und grieved , I if f ° , m , vt'doubted tho things you beat might , * 1 know K 1 . Thin is io havo lived. t i * ° ] > & finned , , repented nnd been forgiven , I - ' 1 ° , mvo ,0t , wmt , was onro received , I o''ttvcfullnngnnfronil1i0Kutt'Hohcavcn ' ! ! | if ' * This is to hnvo lived. I 11 ° , , mre ,0VC1' , and tn8l 1 tlio Dead Seafruit : K § , \mvo , P'c ' ' o li to Imvo been believed , | | -tobavoBeenlovowitherfrombrmichtoroot S I This is to have lived. 13 I To have stood in the strength ofvirilomight. I JWIion baffled , hrtifiyed , dwived ; li I , • rohttvegroHndyourfrpthintliorngeofflght- H I j Thin in to have lived. I ] | j To hoyo trodden tho wineprt-stf , weak , alone , f g Ofyour hfo'H fuir fruit bet caved ; I j -fo bavo slain your foiiow without amoan- K 1 , This ia to Imvo ived. i 1' ' To have given tlio helm to n filrongcr hand , ' | To havolistened , t...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 25 January 1889

' " " ' f , - n ' • , . Sbs They nay If our holovod dwul ifpfK' . Hlionlcl * eok tlio old fniuilliir viliot , Spry Homo HtrauKor would bo llicii ) iiMtoid , /StaT / And they would find no wclcomo fiieo. flNfr - I rnnnol tell how that mny bo tSky * n other homcH , lint this 1 knoiv ; fy\ , Could my lost durliiiK come to in ? , YJF/ " * * * Tlmt who would never find it xo. W 3 & > OfMlm.ru ! ho flo cr hnvo conio nnd gone , 3g § Ort'tinioM tho winter wlndn litvo blown , frep - * Tlio tvhilo her peaceful rent wc t on , Jb & - .And I haro learned to live ( done. Srf . f ITnvc Firmly learned from day to dny , 3 § M In 'l'l ' IHc'b tank to bear my part ; | d& [ * But , whether Ri'avo or whothcr yay , | | | | \ ' " 1 Milo her memory in my heart. Ipj . Pond , faithful lovo has blcpfied my way , llfe v And ftiendH are round me , true nnd tried ; Fgt * ' They havo Ihoir place , but hem today * gkj. In empty u Iho day hc died. | | k How would I Bprinpr with bated breath , glf ' A...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 25 January 1889

BBBBBBB * * - - > * bbbbbV I bbbbbV bbbbbm - 8 • c , * • tei- * * . . - . „ > . . , „ , , " " " _ * " " „ ' - a. " * * * bbbbbb. . s „ - . * . . bbbbbbI W. 'siu • - BBBBBBi t v * - * 3r / LbbbW < BBBBBHfl e ' 1 LUDWICK & TROWBRIDGE. v I FURNITURE H I 1 McOook , Nebraska. LbHI I -3 * # f ' * * a bbbbbbbbbhL w If mito priPTifin H J | On all goodB purchased of us in the nest 30 days in order to' HK " * . make room for our I SELECT AND SPLENDffl STOCK Hj ' of New Season Goods. We offer to our customers in this sweep- B * . - ing sacrifice sale , an unprecedented opportunity to become pos- H • - , sessed of superlative bargains , and we expect that the announce- H ment of this sale will I \h/ , SweepTfteTo will IIJ - a * We are not after money now , but. " room. Call and Pi "JLPyCI learn our prices on DllY GOODS , CLOTHING , lf | S • HATS.CAPS.BOOTS.SUOESaud GROCERIES. Hi ] \9 gSa\ Buy while the boom lasts of If X.C.H.ROGERS , I FOR SALE OR TRADE ! K 320 acres good farm land...

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

K. VOLUME VII. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , FEBRUARY 1 , 1889 NUMBER 36. • w _ _ _ _ _ _ = = = = = = _ _ _ = = = _ _ I YOUR CHOICE R of omt 1IEATERS at I FACTUAL COSTN- If : for THIRTY DAYS ONLY at I THE PIONEER HARDWARE , H' - LaTOURETTE & CO. , pf. * ' EST" Brick Store , Main Avenue , 4 doors south oF J. C. Allen & Co. II 1888. Fall Season.1889. . - : - . - : - . B * The fact that my efforts in the past to produce K- none but of the highest standaid of excellence k' have been appreciated by friends and customers , KL" as shown by my large and rapidly increasing busi- Bp ; ness , has encouaragpd me to still greater exertions K * for the Fall and Winter season. I Mf Collection of Fine Fabrics p For gentlemen wear , is now complete , and it will BT give me pleasure to have you see my stock , wliich Sf\ is as large and handsome an assortment of new W ; goods as can beshown by any of the best houses M $ in larger cities. 1 am better prepared now to e...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 1 February 1889

MmSJM - h * J • - " , " - -JJ-V' , - / - " r/i T .A * . - > 1" ' ' .t ; ' i. ' : \ % fS ; . ' "iv. > : ' jlf4 < . • < - ' - . / < • ; ' - " v. f-v , " • : " - , * • - - n , . > . .r . -sjs- . . ' - * * * wSftF' • IB II THE M'COOK T&IBtJNE , Ijff p * * * • KIIHMEIdU , FublUhcr. H HoCOOK , NEB. II OYER THE STATE , : IS . A Legislative Estimate. H The report of the auditor of publio ao- | S counta gives tho following list of depart- m 'M ments and their demands on tho legisla- | il tare for appropriations for the ensuing biennial poriod : mm nK L tda1ature.w $ 180,000 1fjsg V 27"// • • • • • • • • • • 18,800 I SI AdJutaut-gcMral 63,200 III Commissioner of labor. . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,200 iS Secretary of Btnto , „ 10,100 tudltor of public account * 31,100 'reasurer. . 12,600 Hj Superintendent of public Instruction. . . . . 18,325 lira Attorney general . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.00 MM Commissioner of public lands and bolld- 16 Inf-s. . . . . . . . 30,050 I...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 1 February 1889

* 1 jr / = &ssY ' - r nj'jf'1 A Festive Tough Called Down. WB * / Holyoko ( Colo. ) special : A shooting flfl/ * OTnpoocenrrecHjero Inst night , in Sulli { , T voa Bros. ' saloon , Jeff Piorshall being : ' > ' * t 9 victim and Bartender Dan Sullivan ' 'doing tho shooting. Several weeks ago sm r -Pierslmll ontorcd tho saloon , in a „ -drunken Bprce , and shot a few holes in | tho floor , and ohascd Sullivan tip stairs , | > r which ho wm arrested and fined. ! & Last night ho attempted to repeat the * " . jaot , when Sullivan shot him. The ball . 'penetrated tho loft breast , directly above 5 -V jue iit'nrt. It struck a rib , and as yol , lias not been found. Piorshall in living , | I bS recovery is doubtful. . SENATE AND.H0U8E OFREf RESENTATIVE8 j | . \ * Synopsis of Proceedings In the Senate and I House of ttepresenlatlves. " ' ' Horj8E.--Ford of Michigan , from tho | tJommittoo on immigration , roported a ' : , VHl to rognlato immigration. Tho honso Aen went into cora...

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 — 1 February 1889

I . - - - * , * ? ' * j ? " > * : A * ' , I 'Jr . * * * n : . . % &r i * * • - • Hirl -J r - IfI I By F. M. KIMMELL. | f Official City and County Paper HI ADMIRE HIS HEME. HI TltE TlUBUNB admires and commendr 3 tlC quality of Ilepn-sentative Wilcox' Hjfi nerve and coiiscieiitlouunswerving : B devotion to plain duty in his firm tUm ; < l H | | on the matter of submission , now tin Hjf all-absorbing question agitating the pen * fj pie and the legislature of this common HI wealth. Despite tempting bribes , per H sistenu coercion and insistent friendh Hfe ( persuasion , he stands firm for the un § 1 niistakably instructions of his constitu Hi ency , and all this in the Face of mosi 8 powerful opposition from warm fricnd.- 1 and supporters. His duty is clearand n Representative Wilcox has chosen t Ha follow it. His course will meet with the H sincere apyroval of a large portion of itii- B constituency , and of all men who ad H mire manly action under most adverse B and depressi...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 1 February 1889

" ' tor m ? ' mm ' m " -V-rr " j | . . - Jl4M4aok IVitop. | • * ' PlllDAY KVKN1.V0 , FEH. I. 189. li t A McMlLLEN , I I Drugs Stationery i / , , ? • ! I WALL PAPER , S ? vf } - Artists ' Materials , Etc. jy . A. McMILLEN , h it itf ' J | \f \ DBUGGI8T , 'i ' . .1 " J ? ij V McNEELY BLOCK. McCOOK. BBBBBK' BBBBBK'H < ' Crrr Drug Store KrVD Remember N lile for yrnceries. i Nolilfi for Mipnrb hatipnir lamps. ' • H Fresh candid t. the City Bakery. i M Go to N\Ii1h for your family { jroooriefi. I | 3rDr. Hull's office , over First Na- M S tional bank. I : I fg"Fresii Huusagc at the. B. & . M. I C • Meat Market. ' 1 Fresh oysters , in cans and in bulk at 1'f \ ' the City Bakery. . ' 1 , RpniPinbor that belaud & Morrow sell , ' * the reliable Olds wairon. i * , Every thing trehli and clean in the fj t way of groceries at Noble 's ttore. T ' Cash paid f > r live stock , poultry and y | hides at the B. & M. Meat Market. y ' ' II you want the tendered steak for : ' supper , g...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 1 February 1889

M M B ? * ® 11 < im wSTfj9m * i3C3MMMMMMMMMMM K * v * * * i KKs - * ' &i .i " c \ * * " -v > x % ' * * * - " * w J - - ' / - tl" " - ' il. ] ; i i i i I ' A COMMON CASE. mm 1. i We . wero all sorry for her I am sure , II' and as Jdim and I talked the matter II * ovec a raoatl1 affcor sno MQd become a | -widow , ! could hardly keep the tears HS Lack. II A vision of my husband carried HI homo on a stretcher , dead , when life I "was so sweet , camo to me and I said : Hit"O , John , I feel just like going and HI putting my arms around her and HI crying-with her for a time.aud then. HI asking her to tell me all her troubles B Y f ° rI know she has them , great j ones , too. " Hj | "Do , dear , " answered John , "that Hip is just what Ithinkyou ought to do. " HI' "Perhaps overy one of her old 1 friends feels just as I have felt about 1 it , and so the poor thing may be 1 longing for a word of advice and en- 1 couragemerit and sympathy without 1 -ever hearing it. One can mind on...

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 — 1 February 1889

_ _ _ _ /T- # . & " - , * " = > " ' III / - If' ' ' If 111 SB1" a/ wj _ _ _ JP mJmWi m\m9W _ _ _ _ JF ' t/ * " * - • - . , _ . . , R | _ _ r • * ' " - • * • - - * ' ' ' * - [ 1 * * ' ? . : Rheumatism ] % J ' " I havs been a victim of Q S * a3 | rheumatism for the past six \ I ( if i fk years , and 1 have tried vanJSklf II I " " > > ( ous remedies , but none gave S _ V If ' * relief until I used Paine's JKl// Vk , ; ' - Celery Compound. The / / } * / J | * effect was wonderful ; in v/fAftt'S. i. | two days I was relieved iVoftSAic I I V of all pain , and when I | " ° " _ _ „ / ; bad used one bottle I felt * . . I OWNER. I .i t t i r ' ' ; J better than 1 had for a • 'm H n < f lonK time / / ) \ \ , D.H.GlU-BcltonMo. fj \ \ * B * j ' ; Paine's ! . Celery Compound | has undoubtedly cured more cases of rheuma. ' \ tism , which had resisted other treatment , V I than all" other rheumatic remedies combined. t' , ' If troubled with rheumatism or neuralgia , ust J ) Paine's ...

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 — 1 February 1889

_ _ H • _ _ _ _ " " " - " H : q 0 - „ . i 11 11 o o o o o 0 * o H I have purchased an interest in a business that will H. necessitate my leaving McCook ahout July 1st , therefore I MUST CLOSE OUT I MY ENTIRE STOCK OF l DRY GOODS , I CLOTHING , I Boots , Shoes , Hats , I CAPS , GROCERIES , Etc. , < l • O " " II ll II B O n II I ) ci ( I 11 i 11 11 O . " m 0 I What's to he done to quicken this sale ? I BLEED EVERY DEPARTMENT Allow the vital fluid to run until there is nothing left but I a1 shadow of a price. This will be a sale of Merchandise I pre-eminently on a more magnificent scale than anything I ever attempted in McCook. I PROFITS ARE MOT CONSIDERED , I , Losses are not ever thought of. Remember the SALE is - „ open and. "The early bird beats two pair. " We mean I business , as life is too short for attempts or pretenses that I end in nothing. I % ' : , . C. H. ROGERS , I The Pioneer Merchant I FOR SALE OK TBADE ! H 320 acres good farm land , 200 acres broke , 100 in pasture ...

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 — 8 February 1889

l r iwwii wiMwiJfcMwiiiMWWMMiirtBBiiJIMiMiiiiiiBlllll1 ! ! ! "I'll ' * ' ' " TZZmtn t , ' ' ' 77 twi iPn T nr i i ' n.r - - - - ' - - - . . . . . . . . - - , . , , , , , . „ . . . ' . ' ' ' " ' " " ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' "J" " * " " " • ; • ' * * " * : * • " " ' ' " - - ' • • ' " > • j ' • " ' " ' - ' ' ' " • . . .i r- j h . . „ _ , . . . , . . . . . . tvft. . ; ( fclp . I I r r * M * . - JF I i I llr .1 1 I | wm . ' ( IlP v I 1 111 I II ' 1 , " ' ' " , " " ' , . ' ' ' " Si • v • - • ' . . ' . ' * . „ ' • * ' i H ' ' " - • ' • = ' . _ A - . i. > ' , . ' . i - ' - - Hi' - • * - .zrr- - ' .1 jl- - tLf i rfM * / * > % . " . • - ' * I ; - • - ' " VOLUME VII. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , FEBRUARY 8 , 1889. .NUMBER , - I r te * . • . - . ' • • • I i | * U- • - l- -S = * . , -l . - , , - : , , i l ; ; --vv : . . ; . _ . ; . ' - | fiYOUR : : CHOICE FACTUAL COST 1 . ; • for THIRTY DAYS ONLY at ( 1 ; v 1 TIE PIONEER HARDWARE , I j f ' LaTOURETTE & CO. , ' , ....

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 — 8 February 1889

r - i * "I- k \ ? ; THE M'COOK TBIBUSE , C. ' " " * • M. KIMMKL1 * , FHklUher. Ft - mccook , s s s neb. p = = = = = = = = = = = - I ABOUT NEBRASKA. rf A .Wttim ff * Clw. Thiytr. I • > The following , which explains itself , 5- * sent to &e legislature by the Gover nor : To ike Senate and House of Bepresen- Utires : I transmit herewith to your honorable body a eettmanioation from the com mittee hayiHg in charge the arrange * menta for the centennial celebration of the inauguration of George Washington 3 the first president of the United States of America , on the 80th day oi April , 1879 , in the city of New York. It becomes my duty to lay this document before you , as it will be observed the legislature of the stato of Nebraska is in- . ' vited to attend the celebration. The _ • _ same invitation has been extended to . ; the legislatures of all the states and ter ritories , And to the governors and theii staffs. In a subsequent communication it it stated that "there will be a...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 8 February 1889

; i - - es ' ' ' . * - J e * 1 • • QUESTIONS THAT WILL NOT DOWN. 1 * \ ' - * "Zfi * wn > m and fisherle * Xaltert Dt ' ' 1 WWHtHjIff J" * < * OH .IHeilffoM * * : J • li Waalnnpton special : ho Washingtoi ? -1 IsV ; -correspondent of the Baltimore Sun " % = - i ? . Secretary Bayard's organ , sondstho fol r Z" ' ; lowing dispatch to his paper : There an PS . - -other deplorable questions which threat B 'Vl * cn moro sorious eonsequoncos than thi r [ * .V. Samonn imbroglio in the near future " ' . Kj • 'thanks to the action of the senate in re f i IN' - ' * f .jocting tho fisheries treaty and tw < , ' * > - ' ? . - ? liouses of congress in passing the Chi § l . ! - - nose exclusion act. Secretary Bayan r ' ' ' stated to n representative of tho Sunthal ' I t • % * 10 * m < * l,00n in'ormed by our consuls ic • T I 5T * . Canada that tho Canadian govornmenl , r " 1 a&T. intends to isauo no moro licenses undei jf Mv the "modns vivendi , " and will fall baoli r * & - ...

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 — 8 February 1889

bbbh Krrv * . - : r BBBMiA.-t' F 4 „ H ? * _ s , - * ' / % * , ' - * * " . , LbbbbI m/mmmmammmm tmmmmSSiSSmSimmtm m " ingj By * f. M. KIMMELL. Official City , ana County Paper , H HALL of Lancaster seems to be mak- ing things fairly interesting for the ' gang horn Douglas. No lachrymose H demonstrations. H The investigation of the late Omaha H o elections discloses a paralyzing amount of rascality , roguery and fraud. The Hj purity ofthe ballot seems to be but a Hh hollow sound in that city of political H trickery and political prostitution. B The accident at the state "insane asy- H lum exposes to hardship a class of H patients ill prepared for it. The mat- H ter should be closely investigated. Ex- H ploding boilers are becoming too com- H mon. Ordinarily there is no better ex- H cuse than carelessness for such a catas- # trophe. ' As THE first of March draws near the H cabinet makers grow more and more H busy with their ' • slates. " The predic- H tions , Wednesday , all agreed as...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 8 February 1889

I i ? - " * ' - * * | * * " * ° ' ' ' i I' 31. ' ifT < . | - " \t FRIDAY EVINltfG , FEB , 8 , 1889. 3 * i * A. McMILLEN , Drugs Stationery { j , , , - -t j * WALL PAPER , | | Artists ' Materials , Etc. w " II A. McMILLEN , ; l ' . ' It t ' DRUGGIST , * * ' , ' McNEELY BLOCK. • McCOOK. it- - ' , I City Drug Stoke. B Y Remember Noble for groceries. jPi Noblo for superb hanging lamps. 'I i / I e f Fresh candies at the City Bakery. ' ! § fl Go to Noble for your family groceries. } \l \ BSTDr. Hall's office , over First Na- I I tional bank. 1 I X B3p"Fresli sausage at the B. & . M. J / * Meat Market. I J Fresh oysters , in cans and in bulk at M1 1 the City Bakery. v f. Predmore Bro3. are the geniuses to r repair broken castings. ! j Remember that Leland & Morrow sell i' I the reliable Olds wagon. 7 Everything fresh and clean in the y way of groceries at Noble's store. ! • V Cash paid for live stock , poultry and l | hides at the B. & M. Meat Market. Ir you want the tendere...

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