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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 15 October 1885

GOTHAMS LOVELY LASSIES , Why fifty Thousand Bachelors are Afraid to Tackle Them. fisions of Loveliness Returning : from the Seaside and the Mountains- ) nce More Bowilderinjr the Broadway Dudes aud Smilm ? Sweetly on tho Boys , ffho Say they are "Eleeant to Call Upon , Tip- Top to KO the Theatre With , " ? - ' fFlrst-Class to Spend Money On , But f How Can We Harry Them and Still Live ? i Special Correspondence. NEW YORK , Sept , 25,18S5. "Hello , Cholly , how are you ? See you got Jack from the beauties of Saratoga , Catskill , rtc.rlgbt B de up with care. " "Yes , Spirto , got back. Hang Saratoga and She balance. I'm t.red of it all. It's an in- Jernal bore , all the whole business , and I'm ill broke up. " "Lost your heart , evidently , this season. Who's the fair one ? Might as well confess. " 'Yes , lost ifragain. and this time for keeps , ind my head and peace of mind as well. " "What's the row ? Can't you get the lady's leart in return ? " "I've got It , and there's where the...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 15 October 1885

r * > Wesson from a Mastodon. , The tusks of a mastodon recently found in Illinois weighed 175 pounds each ; Whaia ( ; < "gigantic tojolKacho 'that animal musfrhave been-capable'of hav ing ! And such neuralgia ! . Neuralgia , or nerve-ache , generally proceeds .from a disordered condition of the Wood. Brown's Iron Bitters enriches and purifies this and drives neuralgia out. Mr. W. W. Redman , Piqua , O. , says , "Brown's Iron Bitters permanently cured me , of neuralgia. ' ' Benjamin Butler always closes both eyes when lie eats Boston baked beans. A .lady hero who lias been using your medicine , Athlophoros , for about two weeks , finds herself greatly improved and thinks it a most valuable medicine lor rheumatism. She says you are all angels lor helping her. Mrs. M. A. Morlord , Long Pine , Neb. Mrs. Celia Thaxterhas taken up quarters or thewinter at a Boston hotel. "ROUGH ON CATARRH" corrects offensive odors at once. Complete cure of worst chronic cases ; alto unequalled as c...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 15 October 1885

T . W. H. HAYDEN 6c CO. . $ * - s. f . . . BARGAINS ! c OFFER - MATCHLESS - We cordially invite the attention of the general public to the following' price list of our Complete Stock of Groceries and Provisions : 11 pounds of Granulated Sugar for . , $1 00 j 12 pounds of ExtraC" Sugar for 1 00 , l > pounds of Best Green Coffee for 1 00 7 pounds of Arbuukles Collcc for 1 00 7 pounds of Dihvorths Coffee for 1 00 Grivolds Coffee , in tin buckets HO' ' Michigan Vine Salt , in barrels : 2 50 11 pounds Uest Summer-Cured Cod I'i.-b 1 00 20 sacks. 3-pound Dairy Salt ' - . 1 00 G IJ-pound cans bc t Table Peaches 1 00 8 2-pound cans best linspbcrrics 1 00 10 2-pound cans best Strawberries 1 00 10 2-pound eaus best Corn 1 00 10 2-pound cans best Blackberries 1 00 10 2-pound cans best Gooseberries 1 00 H We carry a full line of the Best Groceries money can buy and will give you Lowest Possible Prices. THESE PRICES ARE FOR THE CASH TRADE ONLY. FINRST ASSORTMRNT OF ELEGANT CARPETS1 ! IN THE RE...

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 — 22 October 1885

" * * / * " y ' "i + , > K _ - . . * ? * ; Lit OOK ELY TRIBUNE. VOLUME IV. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , OCTOBER 22 , 188S. NUMBER 21. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE McCook , Nebraska. 0. L. UW3 , 2itfter. C. t. BABCOCS , Si iv . OrnCE Houits : From 8 A. M. to 32 M. , and 1 to i P. M. , mountain time. COCHRAN & HELM , Attorneys-at-Law&Gen'l Agents , McCOOK , : NEBRASKA. Prompt nnd careful attention nlvcn to Law Cases In all the Courts of the State and all classes of U. S. Land Business transacted before the local office at McCook. Nebraska , and the Interior Department at WMhlniiton , D. O. Contests . specialty. Will pros ecute claims for Pensions and claims for Increase of Pen lon . Notarial business done hnd lands bought and sold on reasonable terms. fSTOltlce. 2d door south of the V. S. Land Office. 3.29 THOS. COLFEll , ATTOKNEY : AT : LAW , "i AND NOTARY TUHLIC. /A Agent for the Lincoln Land Company. Real Estate Bought and Sold and ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 22 October 1885

THE TKIBUNE. . M. & E. M. , Pubs. McCOOK , KEB NEWS OF NEBRASKA. ' A ROAD TO THE NORTHWEST. Apropos of the visit of Joy Gould to this city , says the Omaha Republican , and tho revival of the question of building the road from Omaha to the'northwestern part oflfebraska a number of prominent citizens were seen. Mr. Ezra Millard , ot the Commercial Na tional bank said : "It is the one great neces sity that now confronts Omaha. Our job bers are handling the trade in that country under great disadvantages at present. It is. of course , natural for a road having a fcs direct line from the Elkhorn Valley to Chi cago to get the long haul if possible , and tho Northwestern has that connection. We must have the road in tho near future as we cannot afford to have the trade go around us. " W. H. S. Hughes , of the Nebraska Na tional , said : "That is a rich country and it seems to me that the sooner tho road is built the better. I don't know much about tho railroad business , but it seems ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 22 October 1885

f THE JBIO f * Tjpg ISftndred and Eighty Thousand Pounds \ ° -Dynamite Exploded in the Interest oj Navigation. New York dispatch : In order to pro tect lire and property at the Flood Rock explosion to-day , the most careful and complete arrangements hod been perfected. A force ol 450 police in addition to thj 'harbor police were detailed near the scene -of action. Blackwell's Island contained a detachment ol one hundred menwhile one hundred were on duty at Ward's Island. All the buildings on the north end of Black- iv ell's Island were bared of inmates , includ ing the almshoase , workhouse and lunatic asylum , who were massed on lawns at a safe distance from the explosion and care fully guarded. In the penitentiary the cell doors were thrown open and the prisoners conducted to tho walls. The prison was surrounded by police , while large forces were stationed among tho convicts to pre vent escape or riot. All points on the shore from which Flood Rock could be seen were densely packe...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 22 October 1885

" F. M. & E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. Official City and County Paper. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. FOR JUSTICE OF TJIK SUI'JIKMK COUllT , HON. AMASA COBB. FOK 11EOEXTS OP TUB UNIVERSITY , I10X. CIIAKLES JI. GEHE , I10N. LEA.YITT BUIINHAM. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. FOU COUNTY CLKIIK , C. D. CKAME1I. FOK DAVID E. MOORE. FOK REGISTER OF DEEDS. S. II. COLVIN. . t FOU SHEniFF , A. P. DAY. FOU COUNTY JUDGE , ; . II. 3f. ASIDIORE. FOR SUPT. rUHLIC IXSTIZUCTIOX , ADA T. BUCK. FOR COUXTY SUKVEYOIl , J. E. CASTBERG. FOB COMinSSlOXEH , JOHN CONNER. FOR CORONER , J. S. SHAW. COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS. OFFICE OF COUNTY CTMKK , { . Indianola , Neb. , August 14th , 18S3. f Board of county commissioners met pursu ant to adjournment. Present , E. J. Allington , S. L. Green and Henry Crabtreo , commission ers , and C. D. Cramer , county clork. Official bond of A.J. Johnson , appointed to act as county Judge during illness and absence of H.-M. Ashmore , considered , and on motion approved...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 22 October 1885

" . „ 'wsvS > > 1 * * , : - > ' . ' A , , , c > 'CV - 'MRTROPOLITARE MeCOOK , NEBRASKA. I .A. SPALDiNG , PROPRIETOR , 5 i - o.l I a Is SEWING MACHINES. J. A. TAYLOR , Druggist. D. B. SPANOGLE , PRESIDENT. C. M. BROWN , VICE PRESIDENT. A. R. RINKER , SECRETARY. F. L. SPANOGLE , TREASURER. . . . C. P. RINKER , GENERAL AGENT. Western Implement Co. ( Successors to SPANOGLE & RINKER , ) Authorized Capital , - $5OOOO.OO. JOBBERS AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Agricultural Implements ! WAGONS AND BUGGIES. PUMPS AND WIND-MILLS A Me COOK Corner Railroad and Main Sis. NEBR. FREES & HOCKNELL , PROPRIETORS OF THE CHICAGO LUMBER YARD. DEALERS IN Lumber , Lime , Gement , Sash , Doors , Blinds , HARD AND SOFT COAL. n YARDS AT HcCOOK , IHDIANOLi , CAMBRIDGE , ARAPAUOE , AND OXFORD. STAYSA & ROSECRANS , CONTRACTORS For ail kinds $ Descriptions of Buildings IN WOOD , BRICK and STONE. IriTTlans drawn. Material furnished. Estimates given and Job Work done. With every facility at our comm...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 22 October 1885

TEE M'COO&TBIBTJNE. SKJFPMSMENT. KcCOOK , NEB THE FAMILY DOCTOR Ir we add a pint of pure water to a pint of impure water , we dilute the im pure water , and it is made that much the more pure. If we add a dozen pints of pure water to it , we dilute it still more , and bring it , nearer purity yet ; but if we add a certain number more , instead of the impurity becoming di lated , it is absolutely destroyed , and Dr. Letherby , of London , jsays that the water is perfectly pure. It is the same way with impure air. A certain quantity of pure air added to it , dilutes the bad air and makes it less noxious , while if a certain quantity more is added , the im purity of the air is destroyed , as is th'e case with impure water. Any person can judge of this from the good effect of much pure air upon bad air. THE following hints concerning the use of tea may prove useful : 1. Whosoever uses tea should do so in great modera tion. 2. It should form a part , of the meal , but never be taken ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 22 October 1885

Thursday. October 22d. 1885. CONGREGATIONAL. Sunday School at 10 A. M. every week. Preaching service * every btindny night ut 7.30. M. T. Also , every altor- imte Sunday morning ut 11 , M. T. Exceptions to tho above will lie noticed in locals. ( jKOKQEDUNOAX , PttStOr. MRTHODTST.-Sorviccs every Sunday nt 11 A. M. and 7ai P. M. . mountain time. Sunday School at : i P. M. The services and Sunday scnool will ho held for the future in tho new church. All are con ) tally Invited. Seats free. AV. S. WiiEKMiit , Pastor. CATJIOLia-Serviccs will be held in tho church once every four weeks. THOMAS Cui.r.EN , Pastor. McCOOIC LODGE A. F. & A. 31. A ItcRtilnr meetings , Tuesday nitfhtnn ' or beloro full moon of every month. S. L. OIIEEN , W. M. XP. L. McCitACKGN , Secretary. GUHVK LODOK K. OK P. . U. Meets the llrst niicl tliinl Wediies- Jay evening en' citch month. J. W. CAMPUEU , , C. C. A. M. SPALUINO , 1C. U. S. HOCKNEI.L HOSE COMPANY. Ho - ulnr meetings on the first Wednesday 'evening '...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 22 October 1885

IF I tVEKE YOD "Why.did he look so grave ? she asked , , , . "What might the trouble bel "My lilt'e maid , " he sighing said , "Suppose that you were me , And you a weighty secret owned , Pray tell me what you'd do ? " "I think I'd tell it somebody , " ' "if I ! " Sa'dshe , were you But still be sighed and looked askance , ' Despite her sympathy. "Oh , tell me , little maid , " he said Again , "jf you were me , And If you loved a pretty lass , Oh , then , what would you do ? " "I think I'd go and tell her EO , . Said she , "if I were you 1" "My little maid , 'tis you , " he said , "Alone are dear to me. " Ah , then , she turned away her head , And ne'er a woid said she. But what he whispered in her ear , And w hat she answered , too IK , O no , lean not tell you this : gljKX < I'd guess , if I were you ! Iv * . Chambers ? Journal. . . j/f & " "ELIZA. " _ S * " $ % "She makes a perfect picture , out &f s. there in that tropical sunshine , " said sHC" Mr. Villars. "Look at ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 22 October 1885

* HE BEPUBLICANS OF NEBRASKA. ' vf < ProceedlBgB ofThotr State Convention ? Held at Eilncoln The Nominations Blade and Platform Adopted. f At the. republican state convention held tn Lincoln on tho 14th. tho following pro ceedings took place , as chronicled in the columns of tho Xincoln Journal : 5 Tho chairman announced the following names as his appointments for the com- sntteo on resolutions : J. L. Caldwell , Lan caster ; S. H. Craig , Hall ; O. A. Abbott , ' v Ball ; Wm. Eedick , Douglas ; Church Howe , v Nemalia ; 0.M. Robbins , Valley ; A. V. Cole , Adams. , In the contest from Knox county the only one in the convention one headed by Mr. Draper and tho other by Mr. Towk , the matter was decided in favor of the Draper delegation. The convetion then proceeded with the regular order of business tho nomination of jtidgo of th'e supremo court being first in order. Judge 0. P. Mason placed in nomi nation the name of Judge Amnsa Cobb , tho A present chief'justice of the court and...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 22 October 1885

W. H. HAYDEN < & CO. . " ; - vf OFFER - MATCHLES AINS ! I , cordially invite the attention of the general public to the following price * N ' list of our .Complete Stock of Groceries and Provisions : ; - . & . ' E > 4-- 13 pounds good Ring Cut Apples v- 1 00 16 pounds good Michigan Dried Apples 1 00 4 cans best Corn Beef 1 ° ° 25 pounds best White Beans 1 ° ° 13 pounds best Carolina Rice 1 00 13 boxes Sardines 1 00 J. T. Tobacco per pound 40 cents Horse Shoe Tobacco per pound 45 cents Spear Head Tobacco per pound . . . 45 cents Climax Tobacco per pound 45 cents \ Meerschaum Tobacco per pound 30 cents t Old Style Tobacco per pound 22 cents Dan Tucker Tobacco per pound , 18 cents 11 pounds of Kingsford's Gloss Starch for $1 00 11 pounds of Kingsford's Corn Starch for 1 00 We carry a full line of the Best Groceries money can buy and will give you Lowest Possible Prices. THESE PRICES ARE FOR THE CASH TRADE ONLY. PINRST ASSORTMENT OF B.- ELEGANT CARPETS ! IN THE REPUBLICAN ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 29 October 1885

3 * * - ' -v3 & ' VOLUME IV. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEB.RASKA , THURSDAY , OCTOBER 29 , 1885 DUMBER 22. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE MeCook , Nebraska. 0. L. LA7T3 , Ztglstir. C. F. BASCOCE , Sectiw. 'OFFICE HOURS : From 9 A. M. to 32 M. , and 1 to 4 P. M. , mountain time. COCHRAN & HELM , Attorneys-at-Law ® Gen'l Agents , * McCOOK , : NEBRASKA. Prompt ind careful attention clven to Law Cn c In 11 the Courti of the State and all claskcs of U. S. Land HuMnctx tranrncted before the local oftlcc at McCooi. Nebraska , and the Interior Department "nt Wkihlotf on , U. O. Contests a specialty. "Will pros ecute claims for PcnMona and clnlins for Increase of Pensions. Kotart.il builncu done tnd lands bought and old on reasonable tcrmi. 53C""Ofllce. 2d door touth of the U. S. Land OlUce. 3.29 THOS. COLFJ3R , ATTORNEY : AT - : LAW , AND NOTAUY PUBLIC. Affent for tho Lincoln Land Company. Real Estate Bought and Sold and Collections Made. \ST Office , Opposite Chic...

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 — 29 October 1885

. f * r % * ' THE TEIBUNE. . M. & K. M. , Pub * . McCOOK. NEB NEWS Off NEBBASKA. NEBRASKA RAILROAD EARNINGS. Follow- ng are brief summaries from the reports of the several railroads of the state made to the board of railroad commissioners : UGION PACIFIC. EARNINGS. Total earnings freight departm ent foryear. . . . , 112,001,697.84 Freight earnings per train per mile ? . . ; . ; 2.10 Total transportation earnings 17,240,9S3.CO Proportion of transportation earn ings for Nebraska 4,293,488.63 Rent receivrd for use of road 132,218.70 Rent received for use of stations. . 82,804.41 Car mileage , credit balance 7,792.88 Earnings of nil other sources 417.t > :233 Telegraph earnings 25,510.86 Total earnings from all sources.$17,730,831.43 - Jt OPERATING EXPENSES. i. < * Maintenance of way and build ings $ 2,0(4,819.02 Maintenance of motive power and cars I laT3.070.00 Conducting transportation 3,917,132 81 General expenses1includ'g taxes. . 1.803.30L44 Total operating expenses and ...

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 — 29 October 1885

JJ EME JUNE IN EUROPE. The Celebrated "Black Cat" Club ol Paris Visiting1 a Parisian Gar den Where Acquaintance Ri pens Into Matrimony. K. Danrnla , Sirah Earnhardt's ' 'Costly Luxu ry" Fontalneblftau , Where Napoleon was Divorced from Josephine , SIzned His Abdication and Parted "With the "Old Guard. " Special Correspondence. ROBDB CLICHT. PABIS , September" 15. Onr home during our stay in Paris this time has Dot been at a hotel , but a very homelike and del'ghtful pension In the Rue de Cllchy , quite near the home of Victor Hugo In his earlier rears and also the one to which he returned later in Hie. Do not suppose that I am en- deavoilnp 10 "ring In" the puff oblique or the puff direct for the Rue dc Cllcliy pension , for this Is not at all necessary. Wo pay our bills at the usual rates and con-ider It a favor when an American friend rr < > to us of the agreeable quarters he had found , for a homelike pension , , accordinc to American ideas , is a rare thing in Paris , and ...

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 — 29 October 1885

II jr- * F. M. & E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. Official City and County Paper. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. FOU JUSTICI : OF TIII : SUIMKMK coritr , 1IOX. A3IASA COBB. ' FOU KEOCXTS OF THK VXIVKItSITY , IIOX. CHAKLES II. ( iEKE , HON. LE.VVITT BUKXIIAjI. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. FOU COUNTY CI.KKK , C. D. CIJA5IE1 ! . FOK ' * DAVID E. 3IOOIJE. KOU IKOISTII : : OK mins , S. If. COLVIX. FOK A. P. DAY. rou COUNTY j II. M. ASIIMOKE. KOI : sirrr. i-um.ic IXSTKCCTIOX , ADA P. BUCK. roi : COUNTY SUIIVEYOH , J. E. CASTBEHG. FOIl COSI3II8SIONEK , JOHN CONNEIi. you conoxin : , J. S. SIIAW. Tuesday next , October 3d is election day , when the music commences. Tin : Lincoln Land Co. last week , laid out an 80-aerc addition to Bcnkchnan. Tin : Oxford Eegisterbas been leased from Judge Montgomery by Ghas. Pick- cttof Bloomington , who assumed charge of the paper , last Thursday. THE first issue of the Bciikehniui News is before us. The News has tCe appearance of having a printer and ja ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 29 October 1885

0 * Thursday , October 29th'i885. v CONOllEGATIOXAL.-Sundny Scliool lit 10 A. M. every week. I'rcnchhur services every Sunday night ut 7.JW. M. T. Also , every alter nate Sunday morning nt 11.51. T. Exceptions to the above will be noticed in loculs. GKOIIOE DUNOAN , Pastor. METHODIST. Services every Sunday at 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. . mountain time. Sunday School ut ! J P. M. The pervleos tun ] Sunday school will bo held for flic future In the now church. AH arc cordially invited. Seat. " f roe. W. S. WiiKKM'.n. Pastor. CATHOIJa-ScrvIces will lie held la tlic church once every four weeks. THOMAS CUM.K.V , Pastor. . McCOOIv LODGE A. F. & A. M. Kotfiilnr incollnp ) , Tuesday nMit on or bufo'ru full moon of every mouth. S. L. GUCKN . W. M. F. 1 . McCitriCKN. . Secretary. Wn.iow ( I'HOVK Lonr.i : K. or P. . 17. . Meets the UrFt SIIH ! third Wednes- tty evening of each month. J. W. C.VMi'iir.Li , , 0. C. A. 5r. Si'Ar.msfi. 1C. It. S. HOUKNKT.T , HOSE COMl'AXV. llC- ulur niectliijjson...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 29 October 1885

TJUTPEOPLE OF LABRADOR T7ielr Homes ana Occupations Frerarl- ousrlvngGuInod by Flslilngund Scaling Hard andDangorous Mode of Life With But Few Enjoyments. If environmentmouldsapeoplethen the Labradoreans should have strong traits. The climate , the unique feat ures of the country , the undisputed supremacy of the sea , tho isolation from the world all their circum stances , indeed are so strongly mark ed as to be irresistible. The popula tion of the Canadian part of the coast down to the boundary line at Blanc Sablon is of French origin , Canadian nnd Acadian ; the Newfoundland part of Labrador the Strait of Belle Isle and the Atlantic coast is inhabited by English-speaking people. Moravi ans and Uxquimaux are found in the far North. The French Canadians consist of two classes ; a part of them come here every spring to fish for the merchants , and return every fall to their families and small homesteads between Quebec and Gaspe ; others live here permanently , own libtle isolated es...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 29 October 1885

i " J. 'W i5.- ' > 3 * . - -Ov Vv" 77THK "c y g v : S > - " i\ c ? ' * * " t ' - - * * " ' ' ' V" > ! * ' r GENERAL NEWB JLtfD NOTES. Matters of Intercut Touched Upon by Prest Jfewt Qathertrt , Mrs. Albert Manor , m prominent member ol ioclety atXenla , Ohio , committed uidd bj jumping from a second story window in her residence. She becjua * mentally unbalanced a year ago by the losa of her child and this ex plains her action. AtStaten Island Collins , alias "Boffate Bill ' ' 15 old met Wm. , years , vac by Sulllvaa , aged 16 , armed with * gun. Collins refowri to throw up hi * hands when Bullirui ceo- minded , and the latter fired twelve buckib t into Collin'o head and body , Inflicting mortal wounds. Sullivan vat arrested for the crime , A man named W. H. Clark , with hia SOB , was filllntr and lighting gasoline street-lamps at 8t Paul from cans in a wagon. One ca exploded and burned up thekorse and wacpn , Clark was thrown oat of the wagon by the ex plosion and seriousl...

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