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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 September 1890

THE M'COOK TRIBUN ] F. 711. , Publisher. McCOOK , NEI STATE NEWS. NEBRASKA MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS. Geneva is putting $100,000 in no\ buildings this year. . The census of Nebraska Cit jumped from 4,887in 1880 to 11,406 ii 1890. A series of religious meetings havi recently been held at Panama withgooi results. Burglars have of late been plyinj . their vocation quite successfully a Beatrice. The G. A. R. post at Seward wil attend the encampment at Grand Islam in a body. The now United Prcsbyteriai church in Beatrice was dedicated oi Sunday last. Copious rains have improved th < outlook for fall pasturage and a croj of late potatoes. An investigation shows Sewart county's crops in better condition thai ' was supposed. The Nebraska bee keepers wil hold their annual meeting at * Lincolr state fair week. * A. B. Jamison , who was hurt ai Arcadia by olving from a bridge , diec from the effects of his injuries. William Waite of Ruby , Sewarc county , possesses a curiosity in the shape of a...

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 — 5 September 1890

BUSHING THE TARIFF AN ARRASQEMRST FOR EXPEDZTIA'O 2TS COX8ID1SR.ITLO2T. Statute * Providing : for Naturali zation of ThoKo Who Wish , to Be come Citizens of the United Mates A > Disastrous Railroad Collision at JUullcn , Neb. Three Persons Killed and Several Injured-rAfialra lit the Haivallii Islands The Country Said to bo Ripe for Revolution. The Tariff Hill. WASHINGTON , August 27 An ar rangement is being talked of now to expedite the consideration of the tariff bill after it goes back to the house. It is suggested that the senate ask a con ference upon its amendment without waiting fpr a reference to and report from the committee on ways and means. This plan has been pursued in the past and inquiry of hoi .so members shows that such a request would doubtless bo acceded 10 , but at best a member of the committee on ways and means believes at least ten days will bo required to get the bill out of conference. Five and probably seven members will be appointed from each branch of c...

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 — 5 September 1890

By F. M. KIMMELL. BEPUBLICAK STATE TICKET. For Governor , JL D. RICHARDS. Jtor 1outonant Governor , T.J. MAJORS. Tc : Secretary of State , J 0. ALLEN. : For Auditor. THOS. H. BENTON. For Treasurer , : J. E. HILL. 'For Attorney General , GEORGE H. HASTINGS. For Commissioner Public Lands and Buildings , GEOUGE R. HUMPHREY. For Superintendent Public Instruction. A. K.GOUDy. Republican Congressional Ticket. For Congressman , 2d District. N. V. HARLAN. Republican Senatorial Tinket. For Senator for 2th ! ) District. JAMES BURKE. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Representative , SAMUEL ELMS. For County Attorney , J. BYRON JENNINGS. For Treneuror. W. T. HENTON. For Commissioner , 1st District. RICHARD JOHNSTON. For Commissioner. 2nd District. G.W. BARTLETT. THE Topeka Journal lias dis covered -why England is called the -'tight little island. " There are 180,000 dram shops in it. the United States1 authority - ity behind the restriction of liquor transportation into prohibition states what is t...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 September 1890

FRIDAY EVENING , SEPTEMBER 6,1890. J. REOPENING OF Dressmaking Dept , Miss Stevens lias re-opened my dressmaking parlors , after an ab sence of six weeks in the east , and is now prepared to produce the very best results in meeting the demands of my patrons. I likewise maintain a uniform system of fair and consistent prices. Every lady who admires neatly and correctly made garments , can safely rely upon the very best re sults , of Miss Stevens' skill in pat ronizing my custom department. In every detail of style , fit and fin ish , my made to order garments are unsurpassed. DRUG STORE. Nebraska Poultry Powder at McMiL- T/EN'S. Fresh and smoked meats of all kinds at the B. & M. meat market. Dr. A. J. Thomas , Dentist , in Union .clock , over Boston shoe store. Hammocks , croquet sets , base ball gloves at McMillen's Drug Store. Special sale of seeds at POTTER & EASTERDAY'S. All the latest and most popular soda water drinks at the City Drug Store. Third annual ball of Hocknel...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 September 1890

* * * WAV * t * * * f * --i > V i-1'First - National - Banker t f , iSAPITAL AND SURPLUS : AUTHORIZED CAPITAL ; $60000. $100,000. 6EORGE 1IOCKNELL , President. B. M. TREES , Yico President. W. F , LiWSON , Cashier. A. CAMPJJELL , Director. S. L. GREEN. Director. INCORPORATED UNDEfl STATE LAWS. Paid ? A s © i9 giif Blva Sal Collections made on nil accceslhln points. Drafts clrairn directly on principal cities of Europe. Taxes paid for iioa- rcsideuts. Money to loan on farm ing lands , city and perfiosal property. TICKETS FOR SALE TO AND OFFICERS : V. FRANKLIN , President. JOHN R. CLARK , Vice Prcs. A. C. EBERT , Cashier. TflOS. I. GLASSCOTT , Ass. Cash. CORKESPONOENTS : The Piret National Bank , Lincoln , Nebraska. The Chemical National Bank , New York City. j \r\J\Jj \ JJJiJJa General Banking Business. Interest paid on deposits by special agree- ment. Money loaned on personal property , good sig natures or satisfactory collateral. Drafts drawn on the principal cities of ' tht Uni...

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 — 5 September 1890

. . . , 5 Famous Ride. The greatest t physical achievement/ ever accomplished this country , ' ' said John F" . Grahnm , "was the ride of F. X. Aubrey from the plaza of Santa Fe , N. M. } to the publicsquaro nt Independence , Mo. , a. distance of nearly * eight hundred miles , through a country inhabited by warlike Indians - dians , a large part of which was" then a sandy desert. " Being urged to give an account of the great ride Graham proceeded : "It was about the year 1851 that Aubrey gave his wonderful test of human endurance , before , which all other attempts ot the kind pale into insignificance. lie was a short , heavy set man 38 years of age , in the prime of manhood and strength. His busi ness for ton years as a Santa Fe trader had made him perfectly famil iar with the trail and all the stop ping places. He was a perfect horse man , and although there were great riders in those days , none of them - cared to dispute the palm with Au brey. On a wa-rer of $1,000 ho un dertook...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 September 1890

LOW ! Dry times will not drive us away. We will stay. Closing out all Summer Goods at 50 cents on the $ , to make room for our Fall and Winter Stock. Will go East in Septem ber for New Goods-and then look out for novelties in Fall and Winter Goods. Our Dress Making De partment is run by an effi cient Dress Maker , and all work is guaranteed. Lbwman & Son. s- W O > o GO \ O to GQ Oj" > -H o Ci k Q > ja Ci to' THE MeCOOK BUSINESS COLLEGE , Now contains Four Complete Departments : Commercial , Shorthand and Typewriting , English , and German. Any one of the above mention ed , will prepare a person to enter into usefulness for life. Special terms for all combined. C. M. LOPEB , Manager. Hurrah for Huber ! ' X am prepared to do & } l kinds of work , such as contracting and ex cavating , tree planting. Carpet lay ing a specialty } ten' years expert en.ce. All work guaranteed. Leave orders ? t this office. FRAND HUBER , JR. Staple and Fancy Groceries at Noble's. Brief Bui ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 12 September 1890

Bc- I VOLUME IX. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , SEPTEMBER 12,189O. NUMBER 16. BUSCL IS NOW COMING IN. EVERY DEPARTMENT IS BEING FILLED WITH THE b AND WILL COMPRISE THE 1 IT N ! Before Purchasing Any Goods F IT WILL BE TO YOUR INTEREST TO SEE OUR LINE. ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES , Strictly One-Price. MeCook , Neb. , Sept. 5th , 1S9O. HSSi ? o s- FINE FIGURES. Special to THE MCCOOK TIUBUNE. LINCOLN , NEB. , Sept. 9. The cen sus bulletins are knocking hundreds of whiskey lies about Kansas and Iowa in the head. The policy of prohibition is more than vindicated by the returns from Prohibition states. Kansas seems to take the lead in this procession The state of Kansas has increased her population (584,000 since 1880 , beating Nebraska's increase by 22,000 , with five points to one'in favor of Nebraska so far as facilities for increase are concern ed. The license state of Missouri gained 020,000 with several great cities to help her" out. Kansas beat Misso...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 12 September 1890

THE SCARECROW. . EV WALLACE E. MATHER. ) t.wns a regular scarecrow-'rijan , Jfude on tbo old and well known plan ; A cross ol nticks in n parb forlorn , * TlmtHtood on guard in the field otcorn. And , indeed , it made the old farmer smile As ho put it up and whittled the while ; It would look to the CI-OWH BO very ferocious , So truly abounding and atrocious , i'bat it tickled hitt anuy to Ihink how they Would catch a glimpse and flutter away. r "Well , two blank crown pat ofTen a tree , And the youngnrowHaid to thoold ono , "See ! Now , whatis thatfright'iil thingoutthpre ? It's enough any honest rrow to Bcnro1 ! But tliu old crow chuckled and then looked wise. Shook in his fen there and winked his eyes ; Something tickled him , but if'twas n joke His "ofco didn't show it a bit when he spoke , AB looking down nt thn younger crow He Kaid , " "What is it ? ' Ah , don't you know ? "Why. that , us wo wise ones all suppose , Is tlio special patron saint ofthe crows ! We watch for his co...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 12 September 1890

. . J2EATH. _ _ _ . _ Dork drond'nl death ! that comes tar hearts to wither. wither.With blighted woo : . ' That points its flngor to the hidden "whith er ? " And bids ns go. That brcnthcs upon our buda of promised gladness * Jtfl fntnl brenth , And hnniTH tlto skies in sombre shades of Dark , dreadful deathl Glad , grnclous deathl that comes to soulo that sorrow , Without Burcensp , And points them to the bright and fair to morrow Of perfect pence ThattakesthcfadedilowerK.Bwe'otand olden , To one who snith 'Well done ! " und plants them in a garden golden- Glad , gracious dentil. Chicago Post. SKRIMP'S INVESTMENTS. HAT did the hogs fetch , Sime ? " Mrs. Skrimp asked her husband * on his return from driving the fatted hogs to m a r k e t- "Six hundred an' seventy-five dollars lars , " Simon Skrimp replied ab the same time rubbing his hands togeth- r and smiling contentedly. "It was a good price I got , Liza , an' I never 6ee hogs weigh up better than they did. They brought at least ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 12 September 1890

By F. MKIMMELL. . HAVE you heard from Maine ? THE state soldiers' reunion at Grand Island the past week wns nn unqualified success. MAINE goes Republican by an incresed majority , and Speaker Beed is. satisfied and happy. TEE population of this congres sional district is 373,121. All rep resented by one congressman. MR. PADDOCK has joined the western senators who are calling a halt on the forward movement of protection. PRESIDENT HARRISON closed 15- 000 saloons and blessed 150,000 homes in Iowa by a single scratch of his pen. THE reciprocity movement is go ing forward with considerable rap idity : BLAINE is now for free wool and SHERMAN is for free coal. To THE press of the Second dis trict , greeting : Letup on McKei- ghan's record till the atmosphere gets a chance to sweeten a little , wont you ? AN extra high tariff has been placed on imported champagnes and other fine liquors. Slowly but surely the tariff is tightening its bonds of oppression. WHEN Benjamin and Levi took charge ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 12 September 1890

FIUPAY EVENING , SEPTEMBERS. 1800. J. AMMs. RE-OPENINC OF Dressmaking Dept , Miss Stevens has re-opened my dressmaking parlors , after an ab sence of six weeks in the east , and is now prepared to produce the very best results in meeting the demands of my patrons. I likewise maintain a uniform system of fair and consistent prices. Every lady who admires neatly and correctly made garments , can r' safely rely upon the very best results I sults of Miss Stevens' skill in-pat ronizing niy custom department. In every detail of style , fit and fin ish , my made to order garments are unsurpassed. CITY DRUG STORE. Family Groceries at Noble's. Nebraska Poultry Powder at McMiL- LEN'S. Fresh and smoked meats of all kinds at the B. & M. meat market. Dr. A. J. Thomas , Dentist , in Union block , over Boston shoe store. Hammocks , croquet sets , base ball gloves at McMillen's Drug Store. - * Special sale of seeds at POTTER & EASTERDAY'S. Plumbing in all its branches prompt ly and skillful...

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 — 12 September 1890

THE M'COOK TRIBUNE F. ITI. ZtOIITIELL , Publisher. McCOOK , NEB. 8TATENEWSL NEBRASKA MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS. Hitchcock county will not hold any fair this fall. Perkins county made a good dis play at the state fair. The Otoe county fair , held last week , was unusually fine. The fall term of the Franklin academy opened last week. An old soldiers' picnic will beheld held at Redington Sept9mber 11. A fire at Albright destroyed prop erty to the amount of $15,000. A commandery of Knights Tem plar is to be instituted at Chadron. A force of eleven teachers is em ployed in the Crete public schools. Hastings public schools opened with nearly 2,000 bcholars enrolled. The now Methodist church at Hull , Banner county , has been completed. The corner stone of the Gage county court house was laid last week. Ground has been selected at Da kota City for a § 10,000 Catholic church. . Sutton has voted bonds for water works and the plant will be put in at once. The fall term of Doane college opened wit...

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 — 12 September 1890

Man WE LABOR31ROUBLES ' FJb'OnTS TO.ISC EKTAX CAUSE OFTUE CKXTUATS8 STRIKE. The State Hoard of Arbitration Holds % * a Nchfelon'lnZVcYi' York . A Number of , r . ' - < r < WitiienKCHjixahiiuod Some Predic tions an to the Time of Adjournment of Congress Senator Gibbon's Sugar Substitute The Killing : of General Barrundia A Railroad Man's Mu- uliicciit Gift to a College. Warned to Quit the Knlzht * . YORK , Sept. 4. The state "board of mediation and arbitration .yesterday resumed is efforts to ascer tain the cause of the strike on the New York Central. General Manager Toucey said ho had an interview with Master Workman Leo some tiine ago , in which Lee alluded to the watering of the company's stock , intimated that some one was making a good deal of money and that ho and other men ought to have some of it. Master Mechanic Buchanan testified that he discharged Leo by orders of Vice President Webb. Ho had no per sonal knowledge of the causes of the discharge of the seventy-eight m...

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 — 12 September 1890

LOWMAN SON. Dry times will not drive us away. We will stay. Olosing out all Summer Goods at 50 cents on the $ , to make room for our Fall and Winter Stock. Will go East in Septem ber for New Goods-and look out for novelties in and Winter Goods. Our Dress Making partment is run by an cient Dress Maker , anc * AUTHORIZED CAPITAL , CAPITAL AND SURPLUS , ' .000 $60,000. GEORGE HOCKNELL , President. B. M. FREES , Vice President. W.F. LAWSOH , Cashier. A. CAMPBELL , Director. S. L. GREEN , Director. Incorporated under State Laws. Paid Up Capital , $5O,000. DOES A _ Geperal 4Jt Bcm jpg f Busipess , Collections made on all accessible points. Drafts drawn directly on principal cities in Europe. Taxes paid for non-residents. Money to loan on farming lands , city and personal property. Tickets For Sale To and From Europe OFFICERS : Y. FIIANKLIN , President. JOHN JR. CLAKK , Vice Pres. A. C. EBERT , Cashier. TJIOS. J. GLASSCOTT , Ass. Cash. CORRESPONDENTS : The First National Bank , Lincoln , N...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 19 September 1890

VOLUME IX. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , SEPTEMBER 19 , iS9 O. UMBER 17. 1 IS NOW COMING IN. EVERY DEPARTMENT IS BEING FILLED WITH THE Latest and Choicest Styles , ' AND WILL COMPRISE THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT IN SOOTHWESTERN NEBRASKA. Before Purchasing Any Goods FOR MEN OR BOYS , IT WILL BE TO Y.OUR INTEREST TO SEE OUR .LINE. - ALL GOODS 'MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES , Strictly One-Pri. ENGEL , MeCook , Neb. , Sept. 8th , 189O. yy&s m smsKmiMS TO TAX PAYERS. An Unsuccessful Search in the Indianola Courier for the Truth. [ Fiotn the IJnrtloy Inter-Occiin.l "Tho people of this county , umirrstnmliiiK Mr. Laws' triiachcry to usG. S. Bishophuvt ) , resented it by tiie . election of a delegation to ' tin ; coiwess'ional convention who are oppos cd to the return of Laws , even making it so strong as to place usG. S. Bishop ) on the delegation. Already has a majority ot the djstrict spoken and Mr. Laws' name is Den nis so far as his return to congress is conce...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 19 September 1890

A LOVE LETTER. A Jotter , lovr , n letter , love , I Bond to you n. letter. Anil cvory IMIC'H a link , my love , And every woid's n ictter To bind your licnrt , liy IOVO'H own art , To ono who lovrfl you bolter Than all the world. Although botwrtn Your rity nnd liis pruirlo A tlioiiKand miles do intervene , Fnlr fiincy proven n fnir.y. * To brinpryonr face , your tender grace , Your truth that cannot vary. .A letter , love , n letter , love , 1 mennt to write a letter. -And every line a link should b , And every word a fetter , To bind your henrt , by love's own art , To ono \f\o loves you better Thnn nil the world. But still I pause , With prcrioiiH moments palter , And four to tll you nil becauf-e I fear to fail and alter. Like one uho IU.VH , with humble gaze , Ilis tribute on nn ultar. So tnko the few poor words I send , And read the lines between , dear , And like a lenient liuly lend Your love to make them mean , dear. All lips would speak to brow and cheek Could heart bhold i...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 19 September 1890

7s the 29th of February a Day ? The question whether the 29th of February is legally a day or not has lately been presented to the couriso Indiana. There is authority in that state to the effect that the Jitfth and 29th of February are to be counted as one day ; but when the supreme v court so decide. ! it had not examined an ancient English statute concern ing leap year , passed in the twenty third year of Henry III , whijh bears upon the subject , Accordingly , in the case to which we refer , the judge determined to consider the question de novo , and he came to the conclu sion that the 29th of February must be regarded as as day in the contem plation of the law , at least , as much as any otherand must be reckoned in the legal computation of time where days are considered. "Is the man who works on Feb. 28 and 29 to have pay for one day only ? " he asks. "Has a judgment rendered on Feb. 28 no priority as a lien over one rendered on Feb. 29 ? Could a man sentenced to be hung on Feb...

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 — 19 September 1890

By F. M. K1MMELL. HEPUBLICAK STATE" TICKET. For Governor , L. D. RICHARDS. For Lieutenant Governor , T.J. MAJORS. Fc * . Secretary of State. J 0. ALLEN. For Auditor , THOS. H. ItBNTON. lor Treasurer. J. E. HILL. For Attorney General , GEORGE H. HASTINGS. forCommlssIoner Public Landrtmid Buildings , GEORGE II. HUMPHREY. For Superintendent Public Instruction. A. K.GOUDY. Republican Congressional Ticket. For Congressman. 2d District. N. V. HARLAN. Republican Senatorial Tinket. For Senator for 29th District. JAMES BURKE. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Representative. SAMUEL ELLIS. For County Attorney , J.BYRON JENNINGS. For Treasurer. W.T. IIRNTON. For Commissioner. 1st Distr.cl. RICHA III ) JOHNSTON. For Commissioner , 2nd District. G. W. BART LETT. THE farmers -"are in the saddle. " AFTER November -ith McKei- glian's name will be spelled with five letters : P-a-ii-t-s ! Now that the site for the fail- has been settled upon the next thing to consider might be the fare for the sight. THE...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 19 September 1890

52 $1.50 weel > . , . . FUIDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 10.181X ) 1 t REOPENING OF Dressmaking Dept , Miss Stevens lias re-opened my dressmaking parlors , after an ab sence of six weeks in the east , anc ! is now prepared to produce the Tery best results in meeting the demands of my patrons. I likewise maintain , a uniform system of fair and consistent prices. Every lady who admires neatly and correctly made garments , can safely rely upon the very best re sults of Miss Stevens' skill in pat ronizing my custom department. In every detail of style , fit and fin ish , my made to order garments are unsurpassed. CITY ; Duuo STOIIK. Penner , the harness man. Family Groceries at Noble's. Drink SHERBET , at MCMILLEN'S. Baledihay and corn atE. W. HEED'S. Nebraska Poultry Powder at McMiL- LEN'S. Remember E. W. Heed keeps a full line of feed at all times. Fresh and smoked meats of all kinds at the B. & M. meat market. Dr. A. J. Thomas , Dentist , in Union olock , over Boston shoe store. Hammo...

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