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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 December 1890

By F. M. KIMMELL. THE state legislature will assem ble Monday , December 29th. AFTER all their fuss the Indians will hardly be so successful in the scalping line as was the fanners' alliance. THE vote of public opinion , the world over , is against the contin uance of Paruell's leadership by a heavy majority. A Blue Hill newspaper is re sponsible for the statement that McKeighan will deliver a series of lectures for the benefit of the des titute settlers of western Nebraska. WHO'S governor ? S-s-h death ! Whisper it not in Gentoria. Di vulge not the secret in Omaha. Thayer still stands upon the burn ing deck Thayer is governor. Kearney Hub. UNDERany system of apportion ment that may be adopted by con gress , Nebraska is sure to double its representation in the lower house. Congressional aspirants will govern themselves accordingly ly- = = = = = THE Lincoln Herald sighs for a breath of primitive Christianity in this wise : "Just now the most earnest , honest , old-fashioned ex pounde...

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 — 5 December 1890

1 GRATEFUL COMFORTING. EPPS'S COCOA t BREAKFASTj "Ufa thorough Jcnowledgo of the natural laws whlCQ gorarn the operation * of digestion and nu trition , and by a careful application of the fine properties of wolNteleeted Cocoa , Mr. Epos lias fcroTidcd our breakfast tables with a delicately Bayourpd boTerauo which rasr gave ns many hearr doctors' bills. It is by the Judicious' use of. such articles of diet that a constitution mar bo gradual * Ir built up until strong enough to retfit fitery ten dency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are Boating around us ready to attack whcreTor there Is a weak point. Wo mar escape many alaul shaft by kceplnc ourselves well fprtfnod with pure blood and & properly nourished frame. " - Civil Soviet Gazette. " Made simply with b&IIlne water or milk. Sold only In hair-pound tins , by Grocers , labelled thus : JAMES EPPS& CO. , Homoeopathic Chemists , ' London , England. IFOR ONE DOLLAR isont us by mall , tro will * deliver , f rco of ...

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 — 5 December 1890

Z Am Tbr Knight , ' am thy kotohk and tbou hast sent me forth To battle with the demon of despair. : p conquer iclf , and from Us ashes bring ? ho phconlx of toy boyhood's fervid dreams : to live the Ion ? , ion ? years and make my life like to the sewer as he passes by icuttcrjDff tbo grain on rook and fertile field To reap or loie as fate shall will it so. JjTo furor haitthou sent , as those of old wore lovingly and olosely on tholr hearts When they wont forth to far-off Palestine , But simply for thy word that It Is best And for the trust and message sent by the * Do I go on to conquer In the fight Of man the brute against the man divine. * , Count mo no Idle dreamer most of all I pray you not on some high pedestal gn trench my nature ; lam but a man who loves and hates , Is merry and Is sad. Has known of gladness and 1ms tasted woe. And holds no higher honor to himself Than truest love to all things true and good And pity Infinite for suffering. Here Is my hand and to the world ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 December 1890

IMS ) IT WAS SPITE WOEK. lUS FAREWELL ADDRESS OF CHARLES \ FRANQIS ADAMS. Sage Criticises the Uncalled jor Remark * of the Retiring Union 'aclflc President Gould Says Adams 1 a Theorist and Has Conducted Ion Pacific Affairs Without i\vlcdgo of the Directors The on of Buffalo Bill. i Sage Rebukes Adams. 'YOKK , Nov. 28. It is quite jthafr the Gould-Sage party esterday went Into power in \cific \ affairs did not enjoy the address of Charles Francis /Mr. Sago was seen last night -eturn from Boston and said : ' ; enor of Mr. Adams' address at uncalled for. There had Public criticism of his man- 'r do by any of the directors , the fact that ho waste to ru'ru - , A change IB ti- [ * te uld ices to. i put lis ad- F'.spects r' Union -ell. President Agnation , ages , both oter , have , [ .mcialcom- | en place in l-ny's stock , fcnever been nnfidence I jme leading Jl , as a re- I'osition has fbarrassing. state of [ interests of willing to fished confi- j h necessary , view alone , [ assemble ...

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

M'OOOK TKIBUNE. SUPPLEMENT. McCOOK , NEB. OVER THE STATE. XEBItASKA XEJFS AXI ) XOTES. EXTENSIVE improvements are being made in the Lincoln city jail. A FIFTEEN year old Lincoln boy has been arrested for house burglary. SECRETARY OF STATE COAVDERY tates that the actual majority against prohibition is 50,277. LEONARD DAVIS , aged seventeen years , of Hayes county/ had his leg broken by a horse falling on it. A. C. DAVIS & Co. of Hebron are shelling 6,000 bushels of corn , which they will ship to Western Nebraska. IN Fremont on Thanksgiving day the Presbyterian church raised a fund Of $200 for the Western Nebraska suf ferers. A SIXTEEN-FOOT flag has been pur chased for the public school building In Stromsburg and waves daily from the dome. cTflE creamery at Blue Hill is doing ft splendid business and is a great help to the farmers in that section of the country. LEADING capitalists of , Lincoln met the other day and organized the union depot company with a capital stock of 1500,00...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 December 1890

CHRISTMAS GREETING , j Fancy Goods Novelties Toilet Articles K With compliments of the season , you are cordially invited to call and inspect our fine display of HOLI DAY GOODS , on and after Saturday evening , November 29th : In pri ces it is our purpose to make this a "MERRY CHRISTMAS" indeed for all our customers. On Dolls are price is a record breaker. Come quick ! Come early ! ! Come all ! ! ! Respectfully , A. MoMlLLEN. Dolls Toys Gift Books At McMMd s Drug Store. lfically ) jdforicl .and fort ) named. y single , Fragging , T J re in fnc' f Adults ofInfa-T A ! . fcceaci eyest am ' -eaf iif che verj J TAILOR foicar of Th nrket continuei vn , and "to gc ? ice and quality n is are sold at th < at prices askec fere. Note this edicines , Bilionsnr Mtf > & Co.'s $3.00 , $3.5C joes for gentlemen are the ever offered in McCook. [ le and retail by BOWEN & LAYCOCK. re is nothing new under is a Agesin in ttr. you have prospered , or Christmas the best of all. 'iflour and fe...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 December 1890

* * a. - ' ' - * . . , jjp-Ki , . , , first JVatiottdJ f AUTHORIZED CAPITAL , CAPITAL AND SURPLUS , $10Q.XQO. $60,000. GEORGE HOCKNELL , President. B. M. FREES , Vice President. W. F. LAWSON , Cashier. A. CAMPBELL , Director. S. L. GREEN , Director. BANK OF McCOOK Paid Up Capital , $5OOOO. General r Banking Business Interest paid on deposits by special agreement. Money loaned on personal property , peed signatures or satisfactory collateral. Drafts drawn on the principal cities of the United States and Europe. OFFICERS : C. E. SHAW , President. JAY OLNEY , Vice 1'iesldriit. CKA.S. A. VA.XPELT. Cash. P. A. WELLS , ASS. Cashier. GOQD : BYEl ! How otten this term of parting greets our cars , and pains our hrnrts ; but you can buy at THE TIUBUNJ : STATIONERY DEPARTMENT the ingredients to Keep memory green until .you meet npnin. STATIONERY. GOOD PLACB T0 BUY THE TRIBUNE. rii * iin " HAnMea V vv i i t/3 LATEST IMPROVEMENT SOLD BY FURNITURE , CARPET AND HARDWARE DEALERS EVERYWHERE , OR WIL...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 December 1890

To the bottom of the sea. Of course the reader will understand that we refer to the PLUNG at "Western Nebraska's Leading Clothing Store , T GE a.nd VELL SELECTED stock of Stylish Goods ! in the minds of the ings" that in PEIOE and RTS , particularly elegant , e b HANDKERCHIEFS r'ONE DOLLAE hough Corker .plete and extensive line of iPS and SATCHELS. KNIGHTS , MeCOOK , NRB. Iflcallyand -d for many .andforoyer y single Spe- named. rugging , purg' re in fact and raicEs. matlon. . . .25 m Colic. . .25 of Infants \dtilts. . . . 'S ' COlIC. . . . in ff i25 ceache .25 e. Vertigo .25 .25 Periods. .25 jds . .25 ' eathlng. . . . ,25 , „ Eruptions. .25 itlc Fains. . . . .25 s.ilalarta .5(1 50 ' Id In the Head .SO olent Coughs. .50 icalWeakness .50 * 5O ' " 1.00 M.'WetVinRBed. .50 'artjPalpltatlon l.OO jnt postpaid on receipt TB * 2U.M7AL , (144 pages ) and gold , mailed free. ineCo.109 Fulton St. N Y. I FI CS. Biliousness , S.ck Headache , Consti- n , Malaria , Liver Complaints , take 0 safe an...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 December 1890

I.'J 'J 'What's The News ? L. XOWMAN & SON V ARE SELLING OUT WINTER m GOODS. There are some that stand with glove in hand , But we have learned to rustle ! ! $ t'-i * : - * DRESS GOODS , FLANNELS , SHAWLS , CLOAKS , CLOTHING , At REDUCED PRICES * All Grades of Goods Have to go Before Christmas , L. LOWMAN & SON. BY PRICES AT CLEARANCE SALE ! Before invoicing on Jan. 1st , 1891 , we will close every line AT - : - ACTUAL - : - COST ! The following are some of the prices : 10 dozen of MISSES' TOBOGGANS at 25c. Worth 75c. 10 dozen of MISSES' TOBOGGANS at 50c. Worth $1.25. 10 doz. suits MEN'S UNDERWEAR at $2.50. Cheap at $5. 10 doz. suits MEN'S UNDERWEAR at $1. Cheap at $2. LADIES' UNDERWEAR at ONE-HALF regular price. A FULL LINE OF Ladies' , Misses' , Children's and Men's Shoes AT BRDROQK ! Notwithstanding that shoes have advanced 20 per cent. We will make this absolutely in McCook and vicinity. We have a full stock of to select from AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. Give us a trial and be ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 12 December 1890

"j ' # * * f * * ; * , . . 1 & s n * * * J * "W T& & fc x , * 'r - ' - f ' V i ' < 7 - 1 tS t * " rVOLUME . IX. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , DECEMBER 12,189O NUMBER 29. THE COUNTY CONGRESS. Complete Report of the Doingi of the County's Legislators. INDIANOLA , NED. . Deo. 5th , 1890. Board of county commissioners met put snant to adjournment. Full board present The following claims were allowed : Omaha Republican , stationery $15.0 Hartley M. . ? . & L. Co. . mdse. Malone 3 2 Hartley M. , 8. & L. Co. . mdse. Mo'Julloch. .8 L. F. Nichols , work on roiid 9.i > W. R. Pennington , work on road. . . , 9.0 Glclin &Stlni8on.mdse.Jc3aupGoreLrtmb 17.B Grass & Miller , shoes for Brown. Baker. Liilirlng. Bye. Northaglo 19.6i E. H. Doiin , mdso. for Method 6.21 M. N. Eskoy. medicines for Strong 6.8J 8. H. Colvin. rent for Mrs. Purdy 4.0 F. & H. Lumber Co. . coal , Armstrongctal 14.0 Potter & Eusterdny. flour for paupers . . 1...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 12 December 1890

FROM THE COUNTY SEAT ( BT CUE BEOULAB COESEOPONDEHTS. ) Marion Cruzcn has loft for Ins horn in Iowa. Trcasurcr-oleot Hcntoii was in towi Monday. ' Charley Beck was upfrom Bartle ; Tuesday. The funeral of Mrs. Sarah Parkt was largely attended. Attorney W. K. Starr journeyed to tli Magic Uity , Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Quick returned froi Council Bluffs , Wednesday morning. Fred. Bcardslee is home during v : cation at the Franklin Academy. A. E. Lang transacted business i the county seat , fore part of the weel Miss Flora Quick has returned t ITranklin where she is attending sehoo Jim McClung has written back tin Great Falls is too tough for him. Gres Guns ! J. Byron Jennings was in this cduci tional hub and yellow ochre centre o Tuesday. Eev. J. T. Roberts is actively intei esting himself in securing aid for th needy ones. The 1'ndianola churches will have n Christmas tiees , this Christmas eve , a customary. J. F. Black talks of going down t the capital city to discuss the situatio with...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 12 December 1890

' ' ; " ' ' ' E'otD' RELIABLE BOOT & SHOE MAN , Either wants to make a fair profit or. tel ] the reason why. All business centers around profit. It is the life of trade , the am bition of all , the object of your work and ours. But profil nas more sides than mere percentage. To us a good reputation is a distinct profit , and thus square dealing enters into every transaction , "We have , however , an assortment of odds and ends in . BOOTS AND SHOES Etc. which we are enabled to sell REGARDLESS OF PROFIT. These are , moreover first class , substantial goods , well worth one-half more than we are Basking for them. We have an unusually large and attractive line of Fancy- Slippers and Felt-Lined Goods , which would be "the thing" for a present to your husband , your brother or someone else's brother. We are making very attractive figures on these goods , also. BiAiRiGiAiliNiS We are prepared to sell you goods as cheaply as any house in this city. From now until we invoice we will give...

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 — 12 December 1890

By F. M. KIMMELU' NEBRASKA will cut quite n swell with the six congressman that will be secured under the new census. DURING the last year 117,24:7 patents have been issued to land in this country. An increase of 47,105 over the preceding year. IN all the apportionments pro posed , Nebraska is bound to gain three members , which is a greater gain than any other state in the union. THE United States during this century has settled thirty-three international disputes by arbitra tion. That is very much better than going to war. INDIAN wars have cost the coun try over § 700,000,000. The red people are an expensive race , but at one time they owned this coun try. Seven hundred millions was not too much to pay for it. THE assertion is frequently made that the public domain of Nebras ka is exhausted is not borne out by the facts. The land depart ment reports 11.22(5,584 ( acres of vacant government laud in the state. In other words , there are 140,332 farms of eighty acres each or 70,162 f...

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 — 12 December 1890

i ordinary eggs will weigh a pound. Railroad statistics show that no ouo cat n a train Is pafor than nnotlior. A Now York dude IB polnp to Imvo r.p fllumlnntcd shirt front. A UYoneli artln It constructluir the coaeji-n. CURES PERMANENTLY SCIATICA. LUMBAGO N. OEdcj.JIicb. , 110 ICenniey St. , Sim Francisco , Col , May 17 , IbOO. "My brother P.ev. AprilCS.lSOO. Bamucl My wife nnd I both Porter , WIXK Imvo been afflicted cured by fit. Jncobs v.'ith Inme-lmck cod Oil of cxcniet.it ng Hire tliroat , und have iclatlc palus In his f mid permanent cure by use of Bt , thigh. " Jacobs Oil. J. M. L. Por.Tnii. E. J. IJUIAUB. IT KS THE BEST. . I'osltlrclycurcd byi these ILlttlo Pills. | They also relieve Dls-c tress from DyHpepnlaIn- | IITTLE ctlgentiozi andTooIIeartjl Eating. A perfect rem-J oily forDizzinessKausoa | IVEK DrowBlnesa , Bad TastJ In the Mouth. Oottodf PILLS. Tongue.PaIn In the Bldel TOIU'ID LIVEK. Theyj rculato { the Bowels | Purely Vepctablo. Price 25 Cents ; CABTEE HEDICINB CO....

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 December 1890

To THE SENATE AND HOUSE ov REPRE SENTATIVES : The reports of the severa' executive departments , which will bo laid before the congress in the usual course , will" exhibit in detail the operation of the government for'tho last fiscal year. Only the more important incidents and results , and chiefly such as may bo the foundatior of recommendations I submit is all that will bo referred to in this annual message. The vast and increasing business of the government has been transacted by the several departments during the year Avith faithfulness , energy and success. The revenues , amounting to above 450 million dollars , have been collected and disbursed without revealing , so far as I can ascer tain , a single case of defalcation or embez zlement. An earnest effort has been made to stimulate a sense of responsibility and public duty in all officers and employees of every grade , and the Avorks done by them has almost wholly escaped unfavorable criticism. I speak of these matters Avith ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 12 December 1890

A LABGER CONGRESS. AVl'OllTJOlfMKXT VXJtEll TJIK Kr.Kl'KXTll CKXSVS. y : of the Connect cut Farmer * ' ic The illec tin ; ; of the U Alliaiico ut Ocalii , Florida A ICci'lcw of tlio CUIINCM of AcrHcnltur- al DoprcNNioii The I'ropoNi-d Na tional la-glNlator * ' Council Break ing Down of Sectional Linen. A Nciv Apportionment. WASHINGTON , Dec. 4. In the house Frank of Missouri introduced for reference - -enco a bill making an apportionment -under the eleventh census. It provides that after March 3 , 1893 , the hpuso of representatives shall be composed of 356 members , as follows : Alabama 9 , Arkansas 6. California 7 , Colorado 2 , Connecticut 4. Delaware 1. Florida 2 , Georgia 11. Idaho 1 , Illinois 22 , In diana 13 , Iowa 11 , Kansas 8 , Kentucky 11 , Louisiana 6 , Maine 4 , Maryland 6 , Massachusetts 13 , Michigan 12 , Min nesota 7 , Mississippi 7 , Missouri 15 , I JVIontanal ; Nebraska G , Nevada 1 , Now Hampshire 2 , New Jersey 8 , New York 34 , North Carolina 9 , North Dakota 1...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 12 December 1890

M'COQK TRIBUNE SUPPLKMISNT. HcCOOK , NE13 OVER THE STATE. * XKHKASIfA XKH'.S A\I > XOTES. THE real estate transfers of Boalric for one week amounted to $75 , OOC This is a pretty good showing. Mil. BIIAGO , a wagon maker at Brain ard , has been granted a pension off 1 & month with a back pension of $800 BEVERLY MORRISON , the eight-year old son of John Morrison of Lincoln was run over by a street car jpid re ceived fatal injuries. THE United States guarantee com pany of New York has been authorize by the insurance auditor to transac business in this state. KOSELAND had great reasons to givi thanks this year. Fourteen nice build Ings gone up in the last five months i certainly enough to make every citi ' sen feel proud of the city , ALLISON H. GILCHRIST proprietor o the Nebraska City creamery , took firs prize for butter , awarded by the Illi aols state board of agriculture. THE marriage of Rev , C. P. Preston pastor of the Congregational church o Verdon , took place November ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 12 December 1890

EMCMAS GREETING. With compliments of the season , you are cordially invited to call and inspect our fine display of HOLI Fancy Goods DAY GOODS , on and after Saturday Dolls evening , November 29th. In pri- Novelties ci ( < * . * * , Jt * is our purpose to make this Toys a "MERRY CHRISTMAS" indeed for Toilet Gjft all our customers. On Dolls our price is a record breaker. Come Articles Books quick ! Come early ! ! Come all ! ! ! Kespectfully , A. McMiLLEN. At McMillen's Drug Store. A dinning' room girl wanted at the Com mercial House at \ CITY ; DRUG STOIIE. JNoblc , The Grocer. Family Groceries at Noble's. It is better to be right than be caught. jJStaple and Fancy Groceries at Noble's. F/You are empty if you are full of jourself. i Great lot of odds and ends all kinds heap at Ganschow's. Fresh and smoked incuts of all kinds at the B. & M. meat market. Headquarters for Xmas presents go to PADE & SON. Pure fresh buckwheat at POTTER & EASTERDAY'S. Domestic and New Home s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 12 December 1890

PORTRAIT OF A CHILD. Hlfl little lace Is BO pure , so fln * ? , * Fine as a cameo , pale , and quaint * As an elf of. the wood ; the itender line Of the eyebrow , tout slightly arched , Bad faint ; But the blue eyes under A shining wonder- Clear as a still lake , deeps on deeps , Holding the sunlight , they gleam upon 700 ; The soul beneath them never sleeps ; It smiles from the blue , .and lot H you. The face is slight , and shaped like a heart ; It hints of song , like a violin ; Sloping in delicate lines that start From the broad , clear brow to the tiny chin. Formed for gladness , Yet touched with sadness Oh , dear child-face ! whore the shadow sleeps ( The shade of a shadow , that comes and goes } Down the tender cheek , with its paling rose ; To the full , pure curve of the perfect lips. " f jNot the face of an angel , this But the face of a human child , made sweet fTo hold between loving bands , and kiss ; A wistful face , that your eyes should greet With looks as tender 1 A...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 12 December 1890

Wl To tlie bottpm of the sea. 0 course the reader will understand that we refer to the ' OF fi/f iV/i f Western Nebraska's Leading Clothing Store , We carry n LARGE and WELL SELECTED stock of New and Fresh and Stylish Goods ! and we want to burn it down deep in the minds of the j people in these "diggings" that / i I We are making a SPECIALTY both in PRICE and in SUPERIOR QUALITY of IFL ANNEL : - : SHIRTS , and for the HOLIDAY TRADE we have a particularly elegant , attractive and handsome line of MUFFLERS , NECKTIES and SILK HANDKERCHIEFS While our STIFF HAT for ONE DOLLAR Is a Sure-Enough Corker We display a complete and extensive line of TRUNKS , GRIPS and SATCHELS. C. W. KNIGHTS , UNION BLiOOK , MeCOOK , NRB. HUMPHREYS' \ Do. HUMPHREYS' SPECIFICS ore scientifically and I carefully prepared prescriptions ; used for many I years In private practice with succcssand for over * thirty-years used by the people. Every single Spe- I llo Is a special cure for the disease named. ' These Sp...

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