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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 August 1892

' ' : " \ - / - , " - " ' . , Vv'-- ' ; " * ' - ' . " ' ' DOUBLE PAY 'WAITED' FOR SUNDAY WOKK. HE SWCHM MAKE DEMANDS. Pending Settlement They Itcsnmo Work The Kiiplncors and Firomcn Not LIRdy to Ho Involved In tlio Trouble A Pennsylvania Mili tiaman Accidentally Killed Dynuiiilt IMcnvn Up. BUFFALO , N. Y. , Aug. 25. The night force of the New York Central switch men employed at East Rochester struck at 4 o'clock this morning1 , demanding ing- doable pay for Sunday work. When the day force entered the yards they refused to go to work. Assistant Division Superintendent Gould consulted with the men and they decided to go to work , pending a set tlement of their grievance by the heads of the road at New York. All are at work now. Chief Arthur of the Brotherhood of Engineers has not arrived in the city and has , it is said on the best author ity , notified Grand Master Sweeny of the Switchmen's order that it "will be impossible" for him to be present at the proposed conference. This is c...

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 — 26 August 1892

' ' * * " * Recently the following Notlct apptaridln thi San Francisco Chronicle. weeJudge 8 - had been slcle only abe two wee ks , and it was not until the last three or { bur days that the malady took a serious turn. At the beginning ; of his illness he suffered from diabetes and stomach disorder. Later the kidneys refused to perform their functions and lie passed quietly away. Thus ended the life of one of the most prominent men in Call- forala. " Ulce thousands of others bis un timely death was the result of neglecting early symptoms of kidney disease. are troubled with diabetes , gravel , or any de rangement of the kidneys or urinary organs , don't delay proper treatment until you are forced to give up your daily duties ; don't waste your money on worthless liniments and worse plasters , but strike at the seat of the disease at once by using the greatest of all known remedies , the celebrated Oregon Kid ney Tea. It has saved the lives of thousands. Try jt. Purely Jl.OOapack- 'i...

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 — 26 August 1892

By F. M. KIMMELL , . OFFICIAL CITY& COUNTY PAPER. $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. ALL HOME PRINT. REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL. For President , BENJAMIN IlAliRISON , of Indiana. Foe TGte President , WlllTELAW UEtl ) , of Now York. STATK. for Governor , LORENZO CKOUNSE.of Washington. Tor Lieutenant Go vet nor , J. G. TATE , of Ailnnih. for Secretaiy of Stale , JOHN C. ALLEN , of Heel Willow. J'or Auditor , EUGENE MOOUE , of Madison. PorTieasiirer , J. S. HARTLEY , of Holt. For Attorney General , GEORGE 11. HASTINGS , of Saline. For Com. of Public Lands and Bnildiims , A. K. HUMPHREY , of duster. For Superintendent of Public Instruction , A. K. GOUDY , of Webster. For CoiiKress , WM. E. ANDREWS , of Hastings. SKNATOinAI , . For Senator , 29th Distiict , JOHN C. GAMMILl , , of Frontier county. Said FflcKeighan in his acceptance speech at Holdrege : "I mean no dis respect to the defenseless dead when I tell you thai I am no democrat. " Republican County Convention. There will be u Itcptibli...

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 — 26 August 1892

But it looks ns if it would be in it soon , and the sooner your foot is in one of our § 3.50 or § 4.00 Shoes the more fortunate it will be. Be cause we know this shoe , we want you to know it ; because it wears * s no other shoe will wearwo , want you to wear it. It is absolutely the cheapest thing in shoe-leather and there isn't any limit to the satisfaction that it gives. No mat ter what you pay , you get no bet- ier when you get the best itjs a luxury in footwear and not a high- priced luxury at that. It isn't trying to those who try it. Try it. Sticky fly paper at Chenery's City Drug Store. Predmore Bros , keep the best cylin der oil in McCook. Piano and Randolph Headers at S , M. Cochran & Co.'s. \ Noble , the leading grocer , makes a > specialty of fresh , clean family grocer- > ies. He will treat you riijht. At the Cash meat market of Stone & Devitt you receive the bebt of meats nf all kind5 ; . Noble carries a large and complete stock of the best brands of cann...

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 — 26 August 1892

P fP 1 A'VA ih { * r ili ) , < ii.JU.fiLLlJUU MAINLY ROUTINE WORK THUS FAFi ACCOMPLISHED. INTEREST IN THE REVHED RITUAL The Compotltlvo Orilltj Cotnmsncod OHO Ituttullion and Three OivUlous L'at Throujjli the Luilgo Manual of Arms The Election of Supreme Onicors The Finances of the Order. KANSAS CmMo. . , Aug24. . This morning's session of the supreme lodge of tlie Knights of Pythias was unevent ful. The routine business under con sideration but not disposed of yester day was taken up and consideration of it resumed. Under the rule adopted yesterday the lodge met at'M. \ . Twelve aspirants for the honors of the supreme lodge rank were admitted and the rank con ferred. Chancellor Shaw announced appointments to fill vacancies on sev eral of the standing committees and tlu'ti the supreme lodge pro eede.l to pending business. At 11 o'clock the supreme lodge re- , tiolved itself into a committee of the whole to discuss the report of the committee on rules. At the noon recess the repor...

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 — 26 August 1892

A LOITERING LIZARDS He * Is Now Kccurcly I/ockod Upla a 'junker City Iconic. The clerk of a Philadelphia hotel re cently rescued from the spiteful attacks of two sparrows a beautiful specimen ol horned lizard that is believed to have been carried in the wind's vortex from far distant The little reptile was dis covered when the wind was highest , just before a heavy rain. It was seeking1 escape from the tormenting birds which hindered its progress until almost run over by a car. It looked so desperate with its horny scales that great care was exer- in unecung me capture. ic now sports a cigar-box home and a bed ol water cress. The creature in appearance is broad and squatty. Its back is covered with thorny armor and a halo of horns en circles its head , which it carries ele vated , as if listening. It is of the agamidoo family , known to natural science with an alphabet exhausting name in Latin , but commonly called a horned toad , frog or lizard , really be longing to the latter cla...

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 — 26 August 1892

iiU. is the name of the new store one door north of the First National Bank * on Main street , MeCook. WHERE YOU CAN BUY School crayon for 9c. a bos. School slates from 4c. up. Writing tablets for ink from 3c. up. Lead pencils 3c. a dozen. Good writing paper , 120 sheets10c. , Pins Ic. per paper. " Needles Ic. per paper the best. Basting thread Ic. Coates thread , black and Avhite , 4c. Ladies hose 5c. 7c. 9c. up to 23c. Ladies scalloped handkerchiefs , Gc. Bibbons , laces , embroidery , cheap. Table oil cloth , the best , 18c. Towels DC. 9. 12c. 25c. 35c. 54c. Ladies merino undervests 32c. 44c. Mens merino undershirts 19c. 39c. Mens outing flannel shirts 19c. Boys waists from 19c. up. Boys knee pants 38c. Meiis socks 4c. 5c. 8c. up to 24c. Suspenders below cost of making. Mens jean pants 55c. and upward. Mens overalls 32c. and upward. Mens jumpers 21c. and upward. Best tin flour sifter 8c. Scrub brushes 9c. Mincing knives 4c. Dust pans 7c. worth 15c. Clothes lines 8c. wortli lOc. C...

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 — 2 September 1892

> 1 V. ELEVENTH YEAR. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW .COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING. SEPT. 2 , 1892. NUMBER'15. Iniiirprl IIIJUIul ! Is shown in the handsome face of our colored friend. He wants you to understand that he "HAINT SEE'D ' 'NO 6HI0KENS , " But if you will come to the BOSTON : SHOE : STORE , next week , you will see a new line of Ladies' , Misses1 and Children's Shoes which will OPEN YOUR BYES ! WE AHE RUSTLESS For trade at the head of the procession with the right swing , arid we propose to GATOH THAT MAYEItfQK The frisky dollar. In all lines of Boots and Shoes there is no dealer in Southwestern that can ROUND UP BARGAINS To equal yours respectfully. We are here for business from the ground up , and propose to letyouknowit. Come and see us. Ml „ I WILL Is the key-note to success. The firmness of our resolution to LEAD THE TRADE In Boots and Shoes is sym bolized in the noble figure here given. THE BOSTON SHOE STORE has already set the fashion IN MeCOOK Of making people talk...

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 — 2 September 1892

HIS CARP * / { > GEORGE WILLIAM CURTIS , YHC EDITOR IS DEAD. THE CLOSE OF A LIFE WELL LIVED. The Great "Writer nml Political Lender Passes Awny ut Ills Homo on Slatoii Island The Last DUJ-H of a Grout v American A Long I.lfo De voted to Literature The Funeral Private. 5tv li- * * NEwYoiiK , Aug 31. George W. Cur tis , the eminent editor and political leader , died this morning a few min utes after 2 o'clock at his residence in Livingston , Staten Island , lie was con scious at the end , but suffered no pain. Dr. Frank C. Curtis , his son , and Mrs. and Miss Curtis were present. Mr. Curtis became ill about two months ago , when he began to coni- plan of pains in the abdomen. Dr. 'Janeway was called , and he , in consul tation with Dr. McBurnie of this city , Dr. Walzer , of Staten Island and Dr. Curtis , made a careful examination. There had been some talk of cancer of . the stomach. These doctors announced that it was impossible to learn the exact nature of the trouble until it m...

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 — 2 September 1892

j OO LATE. She lies AO tlll the livelong day , She doth not move or speak ; The roses long have died away Upon her dainty cheek. I spoke her harshly ycstcnnorn Her agonlzod surprise. It haunts mo now and for my scorn The lovellght In her eyes J And now each bitter word I said , Accentuates my pain ' Each taunt I leveled at the dead Has burnt into my brain. Who Is the -wiser ! I , whoso feet Must tread an earthly hell ? ' Or she 'who hears that welcome sweet. "Fair spirit , all Iswell ? " Though God forgive mo in his grace , When I have "crosaed the bar , " When I shall meet her face to face Beyond the morning star. I dnro not think that even there , Within the gates of gold , My soul will show to her as fair As in the days of old. The dear dead days of long ago , Whoso tale was told above , When in our hearts wo felt the glow , The rosy dawn of love ! Public Opinion. A HUMORIST. There was a somnolent influence- iao air 01 mac omiiorary. The light from without was dul'ed by the dusty...

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 — 2 September 1892

By F. M. KIMMELL , . OFFICIAL CITY& COUNTY PAPER. $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. ALL HOME PRINT. REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL. JTor President , BENJAMIN HAKRISON , of Indiana. For Vice President , WI11TELA.W KEID , of New York. * - STATK. JOB Governor , LORENZO CROUNSEot Washington. Per Lieutenant Governor , J. G. TATK , of Adams. .For Secretary of Stntc , JOHN C. ALLEN , of Red Willow. Tor Auditor , EUGENE M0011E , of Madison. JTor Treasurer , J. S. .HARTLEY , of Holt. For Attorney General , GEORGE II. HASTINGS , of Saline. For Com. of Public Lands and BuiMiims- A. R. RUMP1IREY , of Ouster. For Superintendent of Public Instruction.- A. K. GOUDY , of Webster. CONGIIKSSIONAI. . For Congress , WM. E. ANDREWS , of Hastings. SKXATOIUAI. . For Senator , 29Hi District , JOHN C. GAMMILl , , of Fiontier county. Said McKeighan in his acceptance speech at Ho/drege : "I mean no dis respect to the defenseless dead when Hell you that I am no democrat. " Republican County Convention. There will be a...

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 — 2 September 1892

But it loolcs as if it would be in it soon , and the sooner your foot is in one of our § 3.50 or § 4,00 Shoes thd.more fortunate it will be. Be- -A cause we know this shoe , we want you to know it ; because it wears as no other shoe will wearwe , want you to wear it. It is absolutely the cheapest thing in shoe-leather # * V and there isn't any limit to the satisfaction that it gives. No mat ter what you pay , you get no bet- t. . ter when you get the best it is a jv luxury in footwear and not a high- priced luxury at that. It isn't trying to those who try it. Try it , Sticky fly paper at Chenery's City Drug Store. Predmore Bros , keep the best cylin der oil in McCook. Wayson & "OJell are putting out son.e handsome rigs these days. Duck is the favorite wear this seam - son both for ladies and gentlemen who are in the swim. Noble , the leading grocer , makes a specialty of fresh , clean family grocer ies. He will treat you right. Noble carries a large and complete stock of the bes...

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 — 2 September 1892

J. STERLING MORTON NAMED AS THE DEMOCRATIC LEADER. AN ENTHUSIASTIC CONVENTION. Woollmeh Crow O'SulIivnnBook - -v man Hombcrgor Goring Wig gins Fill Up the Ticket in Their Regular Order. 'MOBNING EESSION. , v LINCOLN , .Nob. , August 81st , 1892 ' ' The democratic state convention met yesterday mornincr in the Funko opera house , which was well crowded with the delegates and spectators throughout the day. The delegates spent the early morn ing hours in diligent caucusing by districts and nearly all of the nomi nations subsequently made were prac tically effected during the morning hours. It was four minutes after 11 o'clock when. Chairman Ogden rapped to order and Secretary Hines read the call. call.Tho The chair stated that the central committee had recommended Mai Geritig of Caas lor temporary chair man and H. E. Gatewood of Dawaon for secretary. Upon the suggestion of the chair H. S. Dungan of Adams , Alfred Hammond - mend of Fairbury , George B. Hines oi Douglas , A. A. Parks of ...

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 — 2 September 1892

F * Recently Vis following fMlct appeared In Via San Francisco Chronicle , "Judge S had been sick only about two weeks , and it was not until the last three or kidneys refused to perfonn their functions and he passed quietly away. Thus ended the life of one of the most prominent men in Cali fornia. " Like thousands of others his un timely death was the result of neglecting early symptoms of kidney disease. V. are troubled with diabetes , gravel , or any de . rangement of the kidneys or urinary organs , don't delay proper treatment until you are forced to give up your daily duties ; donft waste your money -worthless llmmenta and worse plasters , but strike at the seat of the disease at once by using the greatest of all known remedies , the celebrated Oregon Kid ney Tea. It has saved the lives of thousands. Why should it not cure you ? Try it. Purely vegetable and pleasant to take. $1.00 a pack age , 0 for $5.00. f X "W1U Avoid Qnactc Fraiidi&ndHoirui Medical Institutes tty going ...

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 — 2 September 1892

J , is the name of the new store one door north of the First National Bank on Main street , MeCook. WHERE YOU CAN BUY School crayon for 9c. a box. School slates from 4c. up. Writing tablets f or iiik from 3c. up. Lead pencils 3c. a dozen. Good writing paper,120 sheets,10c. Pins Ic. per paper. Needles Ic. per paper the best. Basting thread Ic. Coates thread , black and 'white , 4c. Ladies hose oc. 7c. 9c. up to 23c. Ladies scalloped handkerchiefs , 6c. Eibbous , laces , embroidery , cheap. Table oil cloth , the best , 18c. Towels 5c. 9. 12ic. 25c. 35c. 54c. Ladies merino undervests 32c. Me. Mens merino undershirts 19c. 39c. Mens outing flannel shirts 19c. ' Boys waists from 19c. up. "Boys knee pants 38c. Mens socks 4c. 5c. Sc. up to 24c. Suspenders below cost of making. Mens jean pants 55c. and upward. Mens overalls 32c. and upward. Meus jninpers 21c. and upward. Best tin flour sifter 8c. Scrub brushes 9c. Mincing knives 4c. Dust pans 7c. worth 15c. Clothes lines 8c. worth lOc. Coffe...

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 — 9 September 1892

- ' - - -i ' ' - - ' - : - - " - " " ' ' " ' " " ' ' ' " ' - " " " ' " " ' m i i ' \ \ : . jf ; "V 'n 9 * ELEVENTH YEAR. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA. FRIDAY EVENING. SEPT. 9 , 1892. NUMBER 16. Injured Innocence. ' - - ' < ? Is shown in tii handsome face of our colored friend. Hewants you to understand that he "HAINT SE-E'D ' * & . - No SHISKBNS. " -But if you will come to the BOSTON : SHOE : STOKE , next week , you will see a new line of Ladies' , Misses' and Children's Shoes which will . ' 'f. : OBEN YOUR BYES ! . WE RUSTLESS For trade at the head of the procession with the right & ' . swing , and we propose to 0ATGH THAT MAYEHI0K r-tf" I ? The frisky dollar. In all ib. lines of Boots and Shoes there is no dealer in Southwestern that can EOUND UP BARGAINS To equal yours respectfully. We are here for business from the ground up , and propose to letyouknowit. Come and see us. I Is the ke.y-note to success. The firmness of our resolution to LEAD THE TRADE In Boots...

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 September 1892

AFTER JACK FROST STEPS IN AD TAKES A HAND. ' COLD WEATHER D HEf YOilK , All ITcars of the Entry of tlio Dread Scourge Dissipated Interest Now Ab sorbed In V hat to Do With the Pas sengers on the FUgue Ships Latest Cholera Figures I'rom the Old World. NEW YORK , Sept. 7 To-day was brighter , frostier and every way more bracing1 than any day since the first cholera ship appeared. This evidence that the weather is aiding the authorities in combatting the invading scourge has sent New York's spirits up , though it is reported that a. few more cases of sickness have been dis covered at quarantine. The main question , outside of actual combat with the scourge , seems to be the disposition to be made of the Nor- mannia's many saloon passengers , in whose favor the tide of popular sympa thy now appears to be turning , The passengers have petitioned the people of New \ork to take some action which will deliver them from their floating prison , and there seems to be little doubt that their pr...

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 — 9 September 1892

- GRAND PRIZE- BIBLE COMPETITION. Two Thousand Dollars in Prizes will be Equitably Distributed. PEAD OUR PLAN. . , . , torpoveral yeurti punt competitions of an instructive order have been offered by reputable business houses ami manufacturers in England with the object of increasing their sales and interesting their customers in their respective floods. These contest ? , on account of thn unquestioned fairness displayed in conduct ing them , have interested the bo.si people of Great Britain. Believing that competition offered by a uianufactming concern such ns ours , and conducted in the same honorable manner , would excite universal interest among the intclli gent people of the United States and Canada , " our company have decided to offer a Prize Competition in which our fir-it effort will be to make it strictly fair and im partial. The intention in to sati.ify every one entering this couipetion that they have been duly credited with the portion which their efforts have earned fo...

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 — 9 September 1892

By F. M. KIMMEL.L. OFFICIAL CITY& COUNTY PAPER. $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. ALL HOME PRINT. REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL. For President , BENJAMIN HAUUISON , of Indiana. For Vice President , WHITELAW HEtD , of New York. STATE. For Governor , LORENZO CROUNSE.of WitsliiiiKton. For Lieutenant Governor , J. G. TATE , of Adams. For Secretary of State , JOHN C. ALLEN , of lied Willow. For Auditor , EUGENE MOOltE , of Madison. For Treasurer , J. S. HARTLEY , of Holt. For Attorney General , GEORGE II. HASTINGS , of Saline. For Com. of Public Lands and Uiiildinjis , A. R. HUMPHREY , of Custer. For Superintendent of Public Instruction. A. K. GOUDY. of Webster. CONGRESSIONAL. For Congress , WM. E. ANDREWS , of Hastings. SKNATOHIAIj. For Senator , 29th District , JOHN C. GAMMILl , , of Frontier county. Said McKeighan in his acceptance speech at Holdrege : "I mean no dis respect to the defenseless dead when Hell you that I am no democrat. " Republican County Convention. There will be a Republica...

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 — 9 September 1892

Bufc it looks ns if it would be in it soon , and the sooner your foot is in one of our § 3.50 or § 4.00 Shoes the more fortunate it will be. Be cause we know this shoe , we want you to know it ; because it wears as no other shoe will wearwe want you to wear it. It is absolutely the cheapest thing in shoe-leather § ud there isn't any limit to the satisfaction that it gives. No mat ter what you pay , you get no bet ter when you get the best it is a luxury in footwear and not a high- priced luxury at that. It isn't trying to those who try it. Try ii Sticky fly paper at Chenery's Cit Drug Store. Two cars of Flour in , this week , a H'uddloston's. Predmore Bros , keep the best cylin der oil in McCook. Wayson & Odell are putting out som < handsome rigs these days. Noble , the leading grocer , makes , ' specialty of fresh , clean family grocer ies. He will treat you right. Noble carries a large and complete stock of the best brands of canned goods of all kinds. There will be the usu...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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