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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 1 March 1889

I MY BID Mills. ' H -LOUD TALK AND EXECRABLE H FRENCH AT THE WHITE HOUSE. H 'Who Are Seen at the Swell Receptions M The Absurdities of Modern Etiquette. H * Movements of * Washington , m Women. H There aro more bad manners dia- M flayed in the great east room at the H -white house , on reception days , than m anywhere else in the alleged world of society. Ladies try to talk French , H Spanish or German , and carry on con- 1 -versalions in the presenco of their H friends whom they know to be unable H to understand either of those lan- H uages. A few years ago one of these H iresh young misses undertook to con- H verso in Fronch with the wife of the Bussian minister. That lady , albeit a H .magnificent French scholar , replied H wholly in very badly pronounced Eng- lish. Finally the young lady said , in French : "Countess , why do you use H English when French is so much easier for you ? " The well-bred lady replied : H "I am under the roof of the president H of the United Statos. His...

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 — 1 March 1889

* ' : f yT''t ' m * * = * m ? * ' * * * ' * awTT1ft i'TffwMilTrf iaaWiTTF ? yT''tiMi a a a -f sy rTr i . M iMi iiin H A famous WnBliinglon gambler , Ulsnald , 1 will soon go to preaching. Ho would Iiryo i Ijcgun It ten yearn ago , but ho baa only juRt m now found a euro lor hla cough. Jt Is Dr. K Bull's Cough STrflp. "Behold ! tho world rests and her tired M inhauitiinti havo paused from trouble and B turmoil , because tho customory hcadacho K mid neuralgia havo been cured by Salva- n tiotiOil. Price 25 conta a bottle. LB k . ? /T / ° u want to break a Bick man'B henrt B Vloll him that ho la looking well. H "I WISH I could find noiiiethln that m vrould cure ( jalla and prevent tho hair comlntj > - In white , " it an expression frequently heard. 1y ° , t , e . rIn"rJr C rbolUplve will always do It. H Nf bold by Druggists at 50 Centa and $1.00. K It is a-tonaion to pay attention to a dull B It is an old adage , "To be forewarned in M [ to be forearmed. " So let it be in your Hp Ctt...

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 March 1889

I fit jr rofc SVifa ? * . B By F. M. K1MMELL. H Officii City and County Paper. H T,1K Icfftslnturo lins passed tlio Jnaurnnco H | l,1 , , Amonjrothor provisions 1b ono requiring Hf Insunuico companies to pny full amounto Hl policies. B Gentlemen orthoNobnislcudally press keep H your oya on tlio Clilcngo gentleman tlio M Omaha Herald soeins to bo wearing tlio man- t tlo of EH. Bl A new French ministry lias been formed H | wlthM.Tlrrardas premier. Tlio only nntno H ! among tlio ministry familiar to Americans Is Hj M. Do Freyclnct , who Is glvon tho placo of Hj minister of war. How long tho now ministry K will last cannot bo foieto'd. ' Bj Br prearrangemout , the bill for tho admis- R Blouof tho two DakoUis , Washington and Hl Montana was signed on Washington's birth- Hj day , and tho pen employed by the President. K in ufflxlng his signature , was made from tho B > quill of a Dakota eagle. There is a piciur- H csquo blending of materialism and sentiment H In tho American character....

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 March 1889

_ _ _ _ PmW..i 'i > % nf _ _ _ _ F " ' wmi n iiiiiliiii | ; ) > ii i | ifctiinimiirniiii .u.iiio.wnxuBmitW'Ti . ' _ _ _ _ _ - - H KB ! Ml" IBH H I"J JBcftwfc IWw ? * . Il K' ' FItlDAY EVENING. MAKCJI 1 , 1889- . II A. MoMILLEN Wmht Has now open a iin < | -A assortment of NEW I DESIGNS in | 8 v Wall Paper , I ] AND I Wm ALjSO | H H. & M. Tinted Leads | Ht for house painting. | M- Please call and exam- | H amine my selection be- QH fore purchasing. HL A. MeailLLEN , B' DRUGGIST , _ McNEELY BLOCK. McCOOK. . SPRING STYLE PRINTS. IVi Wo have just opened 2 cases new IK prints. Thoy are soiling fast Come 1 | S and get our prices on prnts and jB | muslin. Call for Lonsdale Fruit of the , ilS * Loom or Hopo Muslin. H6 J. . yU / / < C0. . ID 11 The "CelebratedDunJap Hats , " best r PI II * made. Spring styles now ready. HI I THE FAMOUS , Sole Agents. II m'YW ' Citv Dnua Store. HUP Max /Remember Noble for groceries. MBEfl _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Oflf Noble for superb hangin...

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 March 1889

: THE M'COOK TJSIBUISE , 1 F. ITI. KKflHTUBLL , Publisher. H MoCOOK , NEB , ABOUT NEBRASKA. H' Silk Culture In Nebraska. M Ono of iho most interesting thingo m that have come uudor tho notice of the M legislature , says a Lincoln correspcnd- H Rnt of tho Omaha Herald , is tho exhibit H of native-grown silk which was pre- H pared and shown yesterday by Mr. A. H Thiessen , of Jnnsen , Neb. Tho display H is not largo , but it is of first quality , and M possesses an interest independent of tho H fact that it was raised in Nebraska. Mr. M Thiessen is a Gorman and has been en- H gaged in the culturo of silk for many m years. Ho is , thereforo , an expert in H the business , and knows whereof ho M Bpeaks. He was formerly employed in m tho state silk station of ICansas , and B since coming to this state has pursued M the industry with considerable success. m His neighbors , who are many of his own H nationality , have also taken up the busi- B ncss and are highly pleased with tho ro- H sui...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 1 March 1889

\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\w \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ Tf s SI K B fte S SSSB StmSK sfKiB vSE S M S S tBS M S Br * rnrraai i in iii _ ( _ n nn il fe H - % - ! ii ! i n i i i i ' lj f TERRIBLE DISASTER FROM AN EXPLOSION r JjMBl - * * firenf Ho/rl Wreched , Many of the Inmate * I r-lnL * Jfel a Crushed and Burned to Death , IrmlMmK ttnrtiord ( UutttiJ special : About C a. riBBr , * • tho cntiro city wis aroused by a torri * ir Bi ilo report that shook tlio surrounding jfrag > country , followod quickly by a general Xmk -alarm from the flro dopartinout. As fasl HL. s tho startled Blnmborors could don j B J % miffloiout apparel thoy rushed from their Hl -homes and quickly a moving mass filled Hj 'tho streets heading from ovory direction [ -toward tho Park Central hotol whero the f" 'oxploaion had taken placo. It was a H V Jiottitllo apcctaolo "which Tnot'thOlr sight. j "i'ho lato mossivo structure lay a mass of H "burning ruins , amidst whioh tho Bhriok- Ht ing forms of the victims could bo seen ...

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 March 1889

I V . ' . * . , . > _ _ U t • • i l . JV I Ht 0 0 0 0 Q Q Q Q Q Q 0 o 0 0 0 0 C 0 0 0 . . ' m -c.3 I liave purchased an interest in a Dusiness that will I necessitate my leavingMcCook about July 1st , therefore MUST CLOSE OUT I MY ENTIRE STOCK OF DRY GOODS , CLOTHING , Boots Shoes Hats , , , I CAPS , GROCERIES , Etc. 0 0 0 " 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ; What's to he clone to quicken this sale ? BLEED EVERY DEPARTMENT ! Allow the vital fluid to run until there is nothing left but a shadow of a price. This will be a sale of Merchandise pre-eminently on a more magnificent scale than anything ever attempted in McCook. i PROFITS ARE MOT CONSIDERED. Losses are not ever thought of. Remember the SALE is open and. " The early bird beats two pair. " We mean business , as-life is too short for attempts or pretenses that end in nothing. C H. ROGERS , The Pioneer Merchant. J. A. . YanShoik , AGENT FOR THE : Singer Sewing Machines i y jr. ALSO KEEPS ON HAND A FULL LINE OF f Repairs and ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 8 March 1889

M * ° * " " " * * " * i [ > ! * > > iiu > * . .fcm' < jiiifi i i < > J y : iini5i . > iai. > j..A > -JLjii i .inwjMOnrinnhi iiii i 'KTVir > ' iK * > th > n ! • • > ly iit > > ini vmni.tf. - < ' ki , / * t j4 . iij \ A ' * . ' , , , _ .ii , , , nnin . , . . . , . > , rri. .w. ii. .ni > in ; > n ami ; \ 1 tii ii. K * . . . n > .wiii > w.ii . . m.a nnni 1 minimum jp ) > 'TugMfl > . . . ' ' ' ' 'J ' VV yjy rj ? U-tc > 4 ? * ' fcJ > iX * a VAyVvfabfgM JMi > > l ! a * TC ? * i * * ; . ; - - -Mm JIICC00I1 : enbttne.c : ; - . . . . . . : 1 J • ; VOLUME VII. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , MARCH 8 , 1889. NUMBER 41. , . I : ' ! \ I " " " > . - . . . . .l . . . . . . . , , . . , . . , . . _ ( / # H4t H W 41 W H-H W < + + + + + + + + + + I ) ' We have just opened up a i large line of Northern grown GAEDEN SEEDS in bulk , upon which we are making attractive prices. Parties wanting ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 8 March 1889

- * " -1 • ' - " . I HE M'COOK T&IBUNE Kj * F. ML KIltUTIELl * Fufellaher. I MoUOOK , : : : NEB b ABOUT NEBRASKA. p. . Counterfeit silvor dollars and dimei | . tare circulating quite freely at Omaha. ? - Plans have boon agreed npon for i § T now oonrt hoiiBe at Fremont. Tin ? building will be 120x85 feet , and of brie ! ' with stono trimmings. , Forty-four shares havo boon takei for tho creamery project at Blooming ton. There is said to bo no doubt abou tho balanco forthcoming at an early day A Norfolk dispAtoh reports that pub lio interest in the Soulior case , and th < subsequent shooting of Dr. Kelley superintendent of the insane asylum has about subsided , although occasiona remarks are hoard. It is now statec that Miss Soulier's baby was not a whit < baby , but of darkor color , and Georgi Oliver is charged with being tho fathor i • Oliver has left the country and hi whereabouts are not known. A. lecent measure passed by thi house is a bill for glass ballot boxes ii ,...

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

* - . * c ' * Vc ' • Bv > v , IJ . . . THE STATE WPREME ' COURT DECISION. The Shuti Mubmlulen JBitJ Meetmted to b * OeKeHtuHomd. Lincoln ( Neb. ) special to tho Omaha Boo : Tho deoiaion of tbo stato supreme oonrt , doohiring tho donblo-barrelled aubmissiou bill constitutional , was filed with tbo clerk of tho court this morning. * Tho syllabus of tho decision rofors to article 1G , section 1 , of tho constitution of Nebraska on constitutional amend' I ' monte and dcolaros that this section does 4 not prescribe tho form in whioh proposi ti lions by tho legislature to ameud the • constitution sliall bo mado , whether by lill or joint resolution. Therefore , if -au amendment is proposed by a bill duly passed by tho requisite three-fifths ma jority of tho moinbors elected to each house , and entered upon the journals thereof , and afterwards presentod to tho governor for his approval , who detains tho same for moro than fivo days ( Sun days oxcoptod ) , tho court will not for such cu...

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 March 1889

K& - L By F. M. KIMMELL. I Official City and County Paper. I THE NEW CABINET. I Washington , Murcb 6. President irnrrlson H to-day sunt to tbo ecnate t ho f ollowiug noininu- H' . tions and tboy vorouonllrmod : B .Secretary . of Stato Jamos G. Dlatno , or H Malno. I Secretary of thoTrcasury William WIndom of Minnesota. Ht Secretary of War Itcdfleld Proctor , of Vor- t H raont. Soerotary of tho Navy Benjamin F. Tracy- B of Now York. B Secretary of the Interior John W.Noble , of B Missouri. B Postmaster Gonoral John Wanamakcr , of B Pennsylvania. B Attorney General W.JH. H. Miller , of In- B dlana. ' B Scerotary of Agriculture Jorotnlah Rusk , B of Wisconsin. B fc i w m B A. B.Ball.Nebraska's original Harrison iuuu , B Js a candidate for tho McCook laud office. B Lincoln Call. B Mn. and Mns. Cleveland and Col. Lamont B havo arrived at Now York , their f uturo home , B and tho accident of ' 84 Is now ready to take up B lifowJioro ho left off four years nfo. B Tiik now cabinet offic...

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 March 1889

J"o ' ' f ' M r ri j&tf fc PB 5 . ifi . lM\ \ FIIIDAY EVENING , MARCH 1 , 1889. ! j : 'Z1KSZ3S I i Has now open a line i I i assortment of NEW L v DESIGNS in | < Wall Paper , F AND i f DECORATIONS. - F ALSO j. ' H. & M. Tinted Leadsr \V \ for house painting. r \ " Please call and exam- K amine my selection be- I 7 fore purchasing. j | • A. McMILLEN , < DRUGGIST , McNEELY BLOCK. McCOOK. A = = = = = = t ' IF YOU WANT ! ' J . j A Farm Loan , to get Insured , or have * . ' any Real Estate to Sell or Exchange | for Merchandise or other Personal Prop- I erty , go to | ; F. L BROWN. Tribune Building. SPRING STYLE PRINTS. &L - We have just opened 2 cases new prints. They are selling fast Come \ and get our prices on prints and l muslin. Call for Lonsdale Fruit of the - " ' ' Loom or Hope Muslin. J. 0. ALLEN & CO. [ The "CelebratedDunlap Hats , " best made. Spring styles now ready. THE FAMOUS , Sole Agents. City Drug Store. f , Remember Noble for groceries. - . Noble fo...

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 — 8 March 1889

l ? householbT" W * ' - Hlalffor thgRoMe. 1' : Tea and coffee stains should bo p -taken out of linon while yet wot. j 'Hold them oyor a bowl and pour * -idling water through them. Boston cooking schools , having r graduated 1,800 girls during the . : year. "The Chicago Tribnne" raises \ -the important question , "Can they : The market is asking us for granu lated butter , says Mr. Gould , and if * wo will fill tho boxes with the best granulated butter , and then take a Gutter ladle and smooth it all slick , ro have lost that granulated surface sand lost a point with tho buyer. ; ' It is said that a certain cure for a felon is to wind a cloth loosely about v -tho finger , leaving tho end free. • ' ' 3our in common gunpowder till tho effected part is entirely covered. • - Keep the whole wet with strong epints ofcamphov. Another species jot felon is quickly suspended by ifcwisted hemp. ' Two pairs ofstockings may be made -of three old pairs. The long hosiery of the day will bear having...

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 — 8 March 1889

HB9r. _ _ * _ _ T ' . . EH * . _ H _ _ _ _ _ * * i _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ BH LBE | BLt HKv I HjS " - - • " • ' ' • • " * • JH1 * It U aa © Id * 4ftff , "T b * forewarned ( * wfifc - * ° bo forearmed. " So let it be ia your ffifif case , who rea this , aad keep on hand Ai > fklWli i'KN fl Luko BAUAKf which is sold by all I All Nerves. IHt " ) " FW * * : r , • rotebgy , cranky , maybe mil ol jfl $ j. , A. _ _ _ . aches and pains , fffif f w\ . t&t lhat ft realIlltl ( : IK ) _ % ! fJ description of one ] " Wt7v lrko to • ' _ _ nerves ? " ' fljl y r _ # 2n t\ Pln6'fl Celery Com- jgf \ Vl\M \ pound will soothe the pjrjf c - J yjs j Irritated , strengthen w\L. jfe jfe Zpjj the weakened , and fity YJ v ] ) brace up the shat- [ fj * tere < * nem8 , Unique HfI l7 ir * n , ta combination Exr _ / f of nerra remedies , IWl / M unique in its invlgor- Mi } atlng action upon the whole system , unique lit. 1 . , ta Its wonderful cures of nerrous diseases. Mi Fame's M Celery Compound Mil can bo I...

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 — 8 March 1889

I AN EYE OPMER ! I _ , , , _ . „ , _ , . , _ p. goods for the benefit of those who are being misled by the delusive and silly advertise- j ments of some merchants who claim to re- v tail groceries at 25 per cent , below credit stores. I COMPARE PRICES. I • I 12 libs. Best Granulated Sugar , $1.00 I ' 12 lbs. Extra "C" Sugar , _ 1.00 A' * 14 lbs. Goldenj "C" Sugar , 1.00 I 3 lbs. Tomatoes , per can , .10 2 lbs. Gooseberries , per can , .10 a \ \ 3 lbs. California Fruit , per can , 20 II ji 'v 2 lbs. Black Berries , per can , _ . .8 % II hW * 2 lbs. Sweet" Corn , per can , : .8 % ' t Sardines in Oil . . .05 Sardines in Mustard , M . . _ .10 . . . . _ I V JJLvRXv/-/ JLt.VKJX\5 JL Xvy-IJLC/j5j.i > MUMii liII JMHi • • • iimihiiiii tiiiniu. JL v9 2 State Baking Powder , per can , .40 II DRY GOODS , CLOTHING , HATS ID K I , BOOTS AND SHOES AT I ACTUAL COST ! I C. H. ROGERS , The Pioneer Merchant. I J. A. VanSIioik , _ H AGENT FOR THE I Singer Sewing Iftchmes H _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ...

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 — 15 March 1889

' . I ? - • " 1 ill. . : , . : ; % Mik Mti&ook : Qfcibtme. > ; . 11 ' " , ' / ; j | V > • ' * _ { I f"jf VOLUME VII. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , MARCH 15 , 1889. NUMBER 42. _ _ H I s * - • H i : • SEKDS ! % ; • , : i . ' , * * - * * - „ ; ; . - I ) , • " We nave just opened up a \ J. large line of Northern grown I GARDEN SEEDS in bulk , Si 1 , upon which we are making I attractive prices. Parties | | ; II [ wanting Onion and other | | | garden seeds , will do well IM lip I to get our prices before buy- ill/I / I ! | J ing. Blue Grass and White Eft' • Clover for lawns , and Planet ml Jr j Garden Tools. I TIB 1MB IAOTARE , i 111 LaTOURETTE & CO. , , 111 HE" ' SUB' Biff I ' -J iP Brick Store , Main Avenue , 4 doors south of J. C. Allen & Co. I A. OPPENHEIMER I9B' Wmt IS NOW OPENED UP AND I READY S BUSINESS ! BH . I CARRY AN IMMENSE LINE OF I DRY GOODS , H CLOTHING , Etc. By - * V" " * * * • * " * * * * . * . . - . * * Hli THIS WEEK I WILL ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 15 March 1889

Civ r / THE M'COOK TRIBUNE. F. IK. KITtWKLL , FtiblhDer. McCOOK , : : : : KEB "ABOUT NEBBASKA. I Tho following bill , known as senat 'file 71 , has passed the senate : Scctioi 1. That in all actions boforo justices c the peace , and county judges , fonndei on an account , when a sworn bill of pni ticulars alleging that tho account is tru and correct and duo and unpaid , shnl be filed in tho case , where tho defend out has been actually served with snm * mons therein , if tho defendant make v default or fails controvert or den- 1 tho same by duly verified pleading , tli < account , or so much thereof as is no controverted or denied , shall bo takei as true and admitted. I Tho Hampton committee , consist a ing of Messrs. Hampton , Hanna , John I son , Birnoy and Cushing , who were ap 1 pointed to investigate tho * question o | super-serviceable help in the legislator | made their final report lost week. The ; I filed a lengthy and detailed statemeii I of abuses that have crept into...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 15 March 1889

* di • fife ; .PRESIDENT HARBISON1 ! FIRST MESSAGE. SSpP- -3i > lc Z > J cM ed n Auvming the 0jP I S | | ? Following ia tho measago of President Ipk .Harrison on assuming tho office of presi- ak 'H < dont of the United States : J p-V Tliere is no constilational or locrnl ro * Sfei. ' • quiroincnt that the president shall take | 1a iho oath of office in tho presence of the jffljl ; - ' . • people. But there is so manifest un ap- ' 9g > r propriatoness in a public introduction | ! JC " * ° office of tho chief executive officer of mBE ? - ' the nation , that from tho beginning of ISP ! . - " the government of tho people , to whoso " * ' . . ervico tho official oath consecrates the -officer , has been called to witness the < 3olomn ceremonial. An oath taken in ' t the presence of tho pooplo becomes a : ' mutual covenants the officer covenants - * > to sarve tho whole body of tho people ! by a faithful execution of the laws , so that they may be an unfailing defense and...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 15 March 1889

f * jB * , nM nii iiaj < iii i - > i ip ip i ii i 1niMi i.rin I. . . . . . . . , , . , . " Jfr' 'L.\t' : ' . 'V" . ' . . . . ' ' / . r- - - \ : - - - - < : r. V JL- : • ' ' ' ' " " * ' ' ' "l"j - / " . - . i\- ' i Jw ? ' f' - : • - - - : ; - 4 " " ' * S " " ' ? - • * ! ; - . ' " : * " . lfeBy F. M. KIMMELL. { < I ? , . ' • ; I ? " Official City and County Paper , -1 Foun. members of tho Harrison cabinet : ij. . Bsrvod In the union army , but that Is not a bai { | sinister under tho present administration , ' Tiie pplIUcIanSjttro nlrcady beginning t < * Kil howl over-what they oonsider an unjuatlflabh ' 8 . delay on tho partor tho now administration li "Jr z ' . ' making official changes. If President Harrl - eon desires to earn tho gratitude of tho coun ; a&i. try ho will not wasto any tlmo in concillutinf jk & . "kickers" of that stamp. jgfcr . The capture of Matt Zimmerman , tho con ft- vlcted murderer of Sheriff Woods , Is a choerfu g " Indication that Nobr...

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 — 15 March 1889

B J * " -r - " * -M * * T r li " * _ f"V . ' * * " " ' W "V - " * - - . -f - - B. I > * , . . f * * - ° ' . - * ' V . ' "J * FRIDAY EVENING. MAIICII JC , 1885) ) . ft ft yJ . " ' A. HoMILLEN 1 k - | " Has now open a fine f a * assortment of NJEW f | - , DESIGNS in I i • % Wall Paper , I I -AND- ' ' | t ALSO L [ It H. & M. Tinted Leads f for house painting. I S f ' Please call and exam- i\ \ amine my selection be- * | . fofe purchasing. I | ' A. McMILLEN , * DRUGGIST- I McNEELY BLOCK. McCOOK. | | < ; IF YOU WANT ! j \ A Farm Loan , to get Insured , or have } ) any Real Estate to Sell or Exchange I for Merchandise or other Personal Prop- S , erty , go to j I F. L. BROWN. I f , v Tribune Building. 4 \ , = = = = II \ SPRING STYLE PRINTS. * \U \ S We have just opened 2 cases new MII \ prints. They are selling fast Come Ifjtj vi afrer " our prices on prints and ' iiU 1 muslin. Call for Lonsdale Fruit of the Wi\ \ Loom or Hope Muslin. | lr j J.C.ALLEN & CO. II' 1 The "Celebra...

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