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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 May 1889

( i L DEATH IN THE POL Dr. TalmaEroTalco3for Hla Subject t " - aMPol8onod Dinnor. " * > * . -A Hungry Man Wants Not to Llston | to the V/ords of a Locturor. i . 321isba Oatora to tho Stomachoa Before • . Beginning His Discourse. Hprclol to Tho Kin M City Tim . ! " Buooklyn , May 12. Tho Rov. T. Do "Witt Tolmago , D. D. , preached at tho Tab- ornaclo to-day to a vast congregation , who nang with grand effect tho hymn begin ning : r Mr onl lie on thy suard : . Ten thounamlfoc * arise And hosts of ln are prculn ? hard To draw tlico from tho kloi. I His subject was "A Poisoned Dinnor , " f- and his toxt JI Kings , Iv , 40 : "So tlioy poured out for tho men to oat. And it came ; ' to pass , as thoy woro eating of tho pottago , I that thoy cried out , anJ said , O thou man E of God , Ihcro la death in tho pot. And thoy * could not eat thereof. " T Elisha Imd gone down to lecturo to tho stu- [ -j < lents in tho theological sommary at Gilgal. IIo found tho students very hungry , as st...

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 — 24 May 1889

HV • - i BBBBBBjWHBBBBKr , , . .T 1 Sweot Home. HB ! "Thoro Is no placo liko homo" rnns SgH tuo old song , and wo know how truo 9 v * ' 1B' Hi ° wuora wo will encounter men In W \ wlintovor ciroumstanco wo may , wo * If' ' \almll bo apt to find that n refcrenco to * rllM 'tlieir homes will immediately bccui-o r attention , and will give you favor eyes. Iio imprcesions mado in tho homo lasting. A mother's words never i from tho mind. A fntlicr'd counnel aius fresh bo long ife life lasts. Tho benediction of paroninl love and jitudo with what tenacity it clings 10 momory when almost all cao ! hay o.ow important , theroforo that tho io bo maintained intact as lonpr as liblc a haven of loving counsel , of jo and joy to tho growing children. v sad when death invades , when tho gocfl out on the hearthstone and tho ily is scattered. What the children by tho death of a parent only thoso ize who havo grown up without that i nnd advice which a parent alouo bestow , o doubt , tons of thousands ...

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 — 24 May 1889

11 IT COST FOR MSB I I [ . Our entire stock of 1 t BOOTS AND SHOES. I > . I gv This Stock , consisting of over $3,000 I . worth , was bought for I | SPOT CASH I / f5 - Direct from Manufacturer. I f % - ' \s- * - S A > I v ES _ We intend closing out this line of our I , > * ( _ V $ _ I I ; Jp § business and can make you prices I I / t'JJ that will surprise you. I * ; p- * _ _ _ _ _ _ = = _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ = _ _ _ _ _ _ _ = = = = = I | ' We also carry a complete line of ' . Dry Goods , Groceries , Eats , Caps , J ! | AND FURNISHING GOODS. | , WILCOX & FOWLER , West Dennison Street , McCook , Nebraska. W. 0. BULLARD & 00. . . - SELL COMBINATION ; px Screen and Storm Doors. § • i . 7 ( PATENT APPLIED FOE. ) _ I . J w W&A % _ _ _ 4 t I * / • ' " ' • • wM 3 i # i % ml t - f - • • • mBrnmsttJl _ _ . , iLMJmMi . fci f- * I < l < $ r * trlir * * * * ? * -si v Tfei-a • ' lit „ pass1 * ® ® * PIynra tdilL H ' ' W0 CJiiii I ; ; j H. KAPKE , : Bk > fll KEEPS A LAEGE , ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 9 October 1889

mm ' \ - * ' jyjK5i < _ v * * * * H mwmwmwmwmwmwmw/K/Ht tmwlmw9IKtKKKtl T , , , . . . . ' fy , m % / mi ' 1 \ W\ \ | ' \4n H i McCoOlcUdOK'ANDrSTATlONEIlY Co. j / " 5 ' / II " * * * * * " * ' / fll r / / mt 4 M / ! & & V [ McCO.QK BOOIC ANDSTATIONKUY Co. fe ' 5 • Wall l > Ai EU --o /g" / | | H | [ f * " * 1 $ | f | ft | if I [ ll iut " lUl l ilf ill ilil' f fl Tmk Toy Housk ov tub Wkst • I Mfc- Iwl 'V ? ' - . * Laiwest Stock. • : • Lowmt Phiobs. ' ' I NSfeiJ ill f fi JIfc' * * psi teW' isrJS ' bteU ly J J Jill nK Jftv r * $ HJlbi r JIMl il 1& life' < & o Cukistjias Stock Now In. o I . - - A , . , H HlSrlx & L I in m i ! ! ii ! ! ! iiiiiniMiiniiii < iniiTininnm-rn-f „ „ „ ft-lP ' volume i. number i. . DAILY REUNION EDITION. • Wednesday , oot. o , isso. "I jigp. > * - J < * * / ; * 3 A STOCK OF & $ v- ! F ' ' ' /IT HTU'TMr f-/ • , - runnidirlinb E1IIU1J0 , ' t - ' • I } H # v • • TBI il HATS & CAPO Tbat is Unapproachable. It Is tban unj ot...

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 — 9 October 1889

fc THE DAILY TRIBUNE. | | t 1' . J" . KI.tUtlBLL , I'ubllxhcr. W * MctOOK , : : NEB. I state mm. i | , NEBRASKA MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS. # IS' > / " " ' Tho Union Pacific has just bought jj ? 40,000 tons o steel rails. § " ' Five now convicts took places in m tlio penitentiary Inst week. jr ; A night school conducted by the 11 ociefy of neglected youths Iuib been K opened in Fremont. H Thirty train loads of cattle will bo K shipped from Newcastle aB soon ns the W railroad is completed to that point. g , In a quarrel in an Omaha saloon tho other day tlio proprietor fatally | | , shot one of his patrons. Both are col ls ored. ' - The institute for tho blind at No- | braskn City opened this season vith | forty-thrco pupils and iifteeu more will L enroll later. [ v A child of jtfr. and Jlrs. Andrew X Arnold , who live ten miles northeast of y ' Beatrico , was drowned last week by fall ing into a tank of water. Tho Johnson County fair associa tion will lose the amount allowed by law , 8...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 9 October 1889

i jtf THE bUlOTIjATTLeT K" J suts DKMuaiUTH / ' ? > r ir ro / cIJVH Eh / MAHSAVIWHKTIX. IB \ roiivuiillona Hold In Sloth Rlntc lp J TIiomo in New York Warmly Kii < lorae WP' ' thoXiuta AttmlulMiratlunof ( 'levelmid 1 e , i Nomination * JTIndo In Tlusnacliu * , elt Text of flat for nia Adopted lty ft i tlio Jte | tociti'o Convention * . | | f / i Tirw Y rk I mii mtiiiIc , ihit iiIIoii. ] | J ' Sxiucu.se , N. Y. , October 2. Tlio I- \ democratic state convention assembled t ( . here yesterday nnd elected Lieutenant fe 1 Governor Jones tcmpoinry chairman. ; , ( Ho nuulu a somewhat longthy Bpocch , in | \ which ho referred to tho defeat of tho i I party nt tho Inst national election , ami ' I stated that its members were net dio- ' I conroged or demoralized , but ready to 1 1' renew their allegianco to tho platform * J of 1888. \ In Bto.iling | of Cleveland's ndininis- i I Irntion ho said the hiotor3r of the couu- r j " " try dot's ri"6t" rocoid a inoro successful 7 ' ndminihtrnli...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 9 October 1889

S ' BOOTS ANFSHOEI . , it ' P-ii-'i F.If REMOVAL SALE. r > • I < FROM--THIS DATE UNTIL FURTHER h . • . NOTICE WE V7ILL GIVE I . FIFTEEN Per Cent OFF : . . - - ON ALL CASH PURCHASES. ! T BOWEN LAYCOCK. ' ' : • ' BOSTON SHOE 'STORE , " . _ OPERA HOUSE BL.OOK. * - ' : I Cash Talks ! m\ , Below we give only a few of the many Ww bargains we offer : H ' : " [ ' 20 pounds new Prunes , for . $1.00 PP . / . . „ . . 20 pounds new Dried Apples , for 1.00 .S UAll package Coffee , per pound , 25 C ' " " " Canvassed Cured tiams , , * 13 - * V Sugar per pound f- _ . ' i:1 : ' Wew Evaporated Blackberries , per pound , . . . 0S t - . . * Muscatel Raisins , per pound , ' 1Q | ' " ' ; , ; . Our ' " 'brag" 60 cent Japan Tea , per pound , 50 : \ z . Best brands of Corn , Tomatoes and Blackberries , per can , 10 I . . ' • ' • ' Eull Cream Cheese , per pound , 15 i ; * 'l J. T. Plug Tobacco , per pound , 35 I # , , . Revenue Plug Tobacco , per pound , 25 * r * " : . , • -Best Kerosene Oil , per gall...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 October 1889

I McCooic Book and Stationery Co. i Sfej | j | dfrffck' / ( i ' " / li McCook Book and Stationery Co. * jfj Walt , PAi'irn n o . JT J9 l [ fj i * * [ $ (11 ( f iffl ( ff lf Ut " Ik 11 ll' ' ll'lH lilt' 'Hitf T Tiik Toy House of the West. M 0 INDOu hawks. % &y il IJLJM | wM % > § y $ Ww ' W JL II' jr > i > % J * & > ' % ' ' < & o CmiisMAa Stock Now In. 0 | . ' 1 - - - ' Laroest Stook. - : - Lowest Pricks. 2 ± r n w ( * cr nt ' Sr gra p- xyy ; \mx' * y v v y n • . M ' i t W U.W1- -p I' ; * volumei , NUMBEK2. DASLY REUNION EDiTSOHs " TPBJHraanas , OCT. 10,1SS9. j > -"S A STOCK OF [ § $ | CLOTHING , I FURNISHING GOODS , * HATS & CAPS That is UnapproatVhaWe. It Is \ t 11 1 13 0" /PS / . . " 8 Jl than any other House in McCook , . > * \ * Can show you [ ? f " Marked in "Plain Figures , " are I ' -below any competition. We guar- I antee all goods as represented. • r ' STRICTLY © ME J5i L. r • . . - - „ , . . , - _ - . JONAS ENGEL , Manager. OCTOBER 8th ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 October 1889

' ' ' THE DAILY TRJBTJNF. v. nr. KMinmx , i'uiii i > r. | • Mc' ' OOK. : : NKP. Tho people of the United States Bpend $25,000,000 unnuully for baking p powders. Verily , wo are * a rising ua- L ' tion. . . = , Tijb Washington Memorial Arch t - Fund of Now York was increased by * " upwards of thirty conts this week. Our ife. generous millionaires have doubtless W been contributing. , 'F After tho Johnstown. and other disasters by flood , tho ruin wrought by high winds and tho tremendous [ " loss of property by storms on tho " ' - Atlantic coast , tho east should bo in a • * s , humble and contrite mood and tho cry \ " * of "Westward , ho1" will doubtless re- s ccivo moro respectful attention. t\ - tpf'1 pf'1 - - ; * * • : There is a strong sentiment in Mex ico in favor of a reciprocity treaty p with this country , but tho feeling is .r that tho initiative should bo taken by tr - tho United States. This view , under tho circumstances , is a natural one to p take , as Mexico went fa...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 October 1889

HHHHHfl ? * HHHHHb < > Hv H "lMMD " nlSEiLD fli Hflw Clhnato nnd Food on "Wool. Hl In a rccont articlo tho Western Rural flj "ays that climato has an olTcct upon M • tool , and , to provo it , cites thoact fl > hat tho Now England mills pay a H highor price for wool that comos from H Southern Ohio , Western Pannsylvunna H and portions of Western Virginia than flr k for wool which cornea from any part of HHY j tho United States. TJioro is a different HHV1 tcxturo to it That climate has somo flf clToct is no doubt true , but tho offect is HHfl rather indirect than direct. It has HHgj been claimed that tho soil has an offect. HHV - That is truo , too , but it is an indirect HHV offect. TIio wool and fur of animals in HHV a cold climate differ from tho wool and H fur of animals in n warm cli- HHfl mate. But weather ns cold as HHM "Greenland's icy mountains1' will not HHV cause wool to grow. It is a wise pro- HHY vision of nnturo that tho animal in a Hfl | cold country shall bo ...

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 — 10 October 1889

e * * f "BOOTS AND SHOES. , ' ; REMOYAL SALE. ' v" from this , date until furthef NOTICE WE WILL GIVE U FIFTEEN Per Cent OFF < ' V , ' * ' . ' ON ALL CASH PURCHASES. : I BOWEN 9 LAYCOCK. ' t BOSTON SHOE STORE , ' : OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. fc . * • ' ' 'Below we give only a few of the many * y bargains we offer : 20 pounds new Prunes , for $1.00 20 pounds new Dried Apples , for 1.00 All package Coffee , per pound 25 Canvassed Sugar Cured Hams , per pound , 13 Hew Evaporated Blackberries , per pound , 08 Muscatel , Raisins , per pound , 10 Our { brag" 00 cent Japan Tea , per pound , * . 50 " ' . Best brands of Corn , Tomatoes and Blackberries , per can , 10 Full Cream Cheese , per pound , 15 i J. T. Plug Tobacco , per pound , 35 " ' Revenue Plug Tobacco , per pound , 25 • - Best Kerosene Oil , per gallon , 20 Salt , per barrel , 1.45 New Japan tea , natural leaf , 25 1 3 pounds table peaches , . . . . * . 15 | - Challie Cloth S cents per yard. r Lawrence L.L. Muslin , 6 cents per yard. ...

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 — 11 October 1889

) * 1 . 1 . V ' ) r I I • - | \ ' H M' ) - * H K fV * MoCook Cook ani > STATipNinty Co. fy Y if / ifliKMt l Ii J ( f j McCook Book and StAtiokkuv Co Kt" Lahoest Stock.--Lowisi'Puioes. : : j x b J/ IW' T fi Zy S\y sy - Sgr N5ji * < * § $ k 'av I > < $ V n 5 As -Mgir " 'J < ' " S ' < $ Q . Cbmstjias , , , . • • -o | M fHK' * E < JW MM WWl llll MIIIWIHWMCIWH-WWIIIWIilWI < im lilMlC Z j f 1M' ' lj W " ' * " H _ _ _ " " " " " " - ' - H re ; • ; r"r" ; "T-r r- * B- * . VOLUME I. NUMBERS. DAILY REUNiON EDITION FRIDAY , OCT. 11,1889. I K - * F A STOCK OF l § v- J • CLOTHING , I. rUHNIdhinb bUUbd , I , ' HATS & CAPS W That is Unapproachable. It is w i npjTfjp Oiiiqp our ll"npo f flUfiniofo 1 . Ldijjuli rlllul dill MUlu uuMfliJ f than any other House in McCook , 1 , - < , i Can show you ! * - I "OUR PRICES" f Marked in "Plain Figures , " are f below any competition. We. guar- ' | ; v 9 antee all goods as represented. I * ' Zs 5z Z CISPIE Z 3J EJZ I JONAS ENGEL ,...

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 — 11 October 1889

* 'MBIK ' _ ' ' t ii i jgB DAILY TB1BPNF. * * ' • " ' . ICI.IIjIII'Mm I'iiIiIUIiim- . Mc : ' 0 ( > k. ; ] n " et\ Th people of the United States spend f25.000.000 annually for baking : powders. Verily , wo are a rising na- • B Washington Memorial Arch f iundof Now York was increased by upwards of thirty conts this week. Our goneroua millionaires havo doubtless fce ° n contributing. Apteii tho Johnstown and other Rasters by flood , tho - ruin wrought D .v high winds and tho tremendous 1033 of property by storms on tho Atlantic coast , tho east should bo in a humble nnd contrite mood and tho cry of "Westward , ho > " will doubtless re- ccivo more respectful attention. Tiierb is a strong sentiment in Mex ico in favor of a reciprocity treaty "with this country , but tho feeling is that ; the initiative should bo taken by thoUnited | States. This view , under tho , circumstances , is a natural one to take , as Mexico went farther in this direction in tho past than wo did. George W....

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 — 11 October 1889

; rmmd ' houseIIF" I Cllmnto nnd Food on Wool. In a rocont artlolo tho Western Rural toys that climato has an effect upon * * ool , nnd , to provo it , cites thoact • yhat tho Now England mills pny a higher prico for wool that como9 front Y Southern Ohio , Wcstorn Ponnsylvnnna ) " and portions of Western Virginiathan for wool wtiich comes from any part of tho United States. Thoro is a different t' wtoxturo to it. That climate has somo ' , , * ' * offect is no doubt true , hut tho offect Is rather Indirect than dlroct. It has been claimed that tho sollhas an offect i That is true , too , but it is an indirect , Jr effect Tho wool and fur of animals in a cold climato differ from the wool and t fur of animals in a warm cli- t mnto. But weather ns cold ns , ( "Greenland's icy mountains" will not * cause wool to grow. It Is a wiso pro- u ' vision of nature that tho animal in a. cold country shall bo protected , but na if turo furnishes tho covering by giving I the animnl a larger capacit...

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 — 11 October 1889

\i " * , - - / I BOOTS AND SHOES. 1 I - REMOVAL SALE. -tFROM THIS DATE UNTIL FURTHER t * NOTICE WE WILL GIVE II ' | ' FIFTEEN Per Cent. OFF | . ON ALL CASH PURCHASES. ! BOWEN § LAYCOC6C. I . BOSTON SHOE STORE , ; OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. ii t • VyctSH 1 clIKSI 1:1l. l.I' \ • I' I Below we give only a few or the many I bargains we offer : fe tfl&i mmmm W 1 20 pounds new Prunes , for $1.00 . * 20 pounds new Dried Apples , for : 1.00 P * * All package Coffee , per pound , 25 Rv - , . Canvassed Sugar Cured Hams , per poiind , , 13 ! > . , , JJew Evaporated Blackberries , per pound , 08 p y ; t ' Muscatel Kaisins , per pound , > . . 10 e -t ' . Our "brag" GO cent Japan Tea , per pound , 50 f Best brands of Corn , Tomatoes and Blackberries , per can , 10 Full Cream Cheese , 15 per pound J. T. Plug Tobacco , per pound , 35 Revenue Plug Tobacco , per pound , 25 . Best Kerosene Oil , per gallon , . . 20 Salt , per barrel , . " 1.35 New Japan tea , natural leaf , 25 3 pounds table peaches...

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 — 30 May 1890

* / i. -/'vi' ' ' 'VT . " " . " " ' , ' ' r , ' • ' " • ? " ' ' • - . ' . . ' . " ' . . . * - ' • { 'I - ' * * ' . , - . . ' > • • • • . , . ' • ill ; , • " ' " • • " ' • * " • ' - J " ' • • . • • > - • < - - - ' ' • . • • " • k , / • ' " < ' ' " ' > ' ' - > . : - ' \t \ i ' ' * ? 'yi ' ' ' • ' . _ " ' " ' ' • - - ' K" ? ff : VOLUME IX. • * MeCOOK , RED. WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , MAY 30 , 1890. NUMBER 1. I' > 0TI"R ' SPPPTAITIP P-- _ . ; - - v U IV Ox JLXylriJL I IJL/O. t/ ; , : ' : s tV Siberia Refrigerators. ' White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers. Kr' ' : . Thomas "Two Knife Lawn Mowers. K Y ; Jewel Vapor Stdves. IIV * Great Western Stoves and Ranges. W - Ohio Wrought Steel Ranges. jlK Glidclen Barhed Wii'e genuine. ; < pv Screen Wire. Screen Doors. gv Building * Hardware , and everything- ' | y . : p The Hardware Line. t ; : The Pioneer Hardware , | i : . . . • W. C. LaTOURETTE , Pkop. Jlv - Four Doors South of J. C. Allen & Co. , McCook...

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 — 30 May 1890

THE M'COOK TRIBUNE F. ITT. KI.TCTDELL , Publisher. McCOOK , : : NEB. STATE MEWHL NEBRASKA MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS Callaway Is short on houses to ac commodate now comers. Eighty-two recruits are needed to All vacancies at Fort Sidney. It is at last settled that Norfolk Is to be lighted and heated by gas. Nine students will graduate from the Chadron public school June G. It is said that the alliance is not making any effort to organize in "Wayno county. An ordinance has been passed by which Omaha dairymen must taka out license. A stock company has been organ ized in O'Neill for the erection of a S30 , - 300 hotel. Four new towns have been located pn the Short Line between Plainview and O'Neill. John Sullivan of Omaha , aged 93 , fell over an embankment the other night md was killed. , The Baptists of Cozad are looking J around for a site on which to build a house of worship. The Hock Island threatens to give Lincoln the go-by , building from Omaha direct to Beatrice. A. harvest excursio...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 30 May 1890

* * r * 1 * * Jj . ? f . IT SHALL NOT DOWN. v : - * - . S" * ' irzEE SILVER BILL XO BE QITES | | * ? 7 riioarzxjBxx riACE. \W \ ' ! ri , ° Cu"tom , Administration IWeaJiuro 9 * " -Also to Receive Early Consideration [ jfc t _ Addition to Section 5 of tlio Inter- 'f- ' • * i tate Commcrco Act Tho Ronton. U : " ' C * sl CSCr Arranslng Preliminaries ' | ; , * ° r Further Encounters In tlio , < King. Original Packago Talk. ' " yu . ' - "Wasiiixotox , May 23. Tho silver bill \l \ . &ad Its inning in tho scnato to-day and lf - tho "original package" bill had to go I& ' \ * 'ovcr , but Senator "Wilson , who has it in ' | : ' ; . , - / -charge , told rao that ho should call it up 'p ' V r at cvery opportunity and hoped to got it ifej. • ' . through before tho end of tho month. rlr ? . " * " he butter men aro alarmed at tho dis- p' " * / -covery that oleomargarine can bo ship- ; | f is ped in tho same manner as whisky under ' | f/ v the original package decision , and it is ' * . ...

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 — 30 May 1890

" ' I" * ' • ' I ( ffe ! § % & ffikp. I By F. IV ! . KIMMELL. I OUR NINTH ANNIVERSARY. I With present issue The Mc- I Cook Weekly Tribune turns its I eighth mile-stone and enters upon I the ninth year o its existence. I Established at the birth o Mc- I Coolc , it has at least kept pace I with the growth and development of the city and county. It has I been the publisher's ambition , to I give the people a clean , readable , I newsy local newspaper. To be ac- I tuated by generous motives and I clean ; to act in a broad spirit o I impartiality and fairness ; to be on the side of right and against wrong I in its multi-forms. In so far as we have succeeded , is our reward. We feel encouraged to continue along the same line. The Publisher. The people seem to be disposed to have "their inning , " this fall , The desire is quite natural , and perhaps desirable as well. "McKinley looks like Napol- eon , " the Kearney Enterprise * says impels us in truthfulness to add that "his bill is s...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 30 May 1890

I ! " * Ifttgagfe iVttmc. If' ' PHIDAY EVENING. MAY 30. 1890. J I Do You Want a Bargain ? I' ' IF SO , LOOK AT THIS ! § / < For the next thirty days only I | it * * / / / offer an eighth or a quarter II / interest in the 160 adjoining McCook Ii " &n Me easr , 0wAcA 50 acres is j' ' platted , as follows : " J /or a7grAA or 20 ifcrss , $1,300. i' ' /or a Quarter or 40 Acree , $2,500. jl fiff casA 0/70 " Ma balance on time fj * wVA approved security. Remember I * Aaf / Aoffer holds good for thirty II' 'days only. Address | | ' F. L BROWN. % Citv Ditua Stork. K' Remember Noble for groceries. Go.to Noble foryour family groceries. KF"Fresli sausage at the B. & . M. ' Meat Market. ! _ _ Tliu B. & . M. Meat Market meets all 3ut prices iti meats. The 8. < & M. Meat Market sells meat -as low as the lowest. 2 § " * A new line of * oak chamber suits at Fade & Son's. I Prices at the B. & M. Meat Market arc as low as the lowest. Dr. A. J. Thomas , Dentist , in Union ...

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