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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 28 February 1884

| r COlfOBESSIOKAIi. & SENATE. Monday , February 19. Mr. Wilson presented two seta of creden I tials for Allison as senator-elect from Iowa , which were riferaed. The chairlald before the senate a Joint resolution from the legis lature of Ohio relative to the exclusion of American pork from France and Germany. McMillan presented the resolutions of the chambers of commerce from Minneapolis and St. Paul opposing the forfeiture of land grants to the Northern Pacific. Consider * ation of the bill providing for national bank circulation was resumed. After an extend * cd discussion Plumb modified his amend ment by a clause providing that if when national bank circulation shall be surren dered , it be not taken up by other national banks within thirty days , the secretary of the treasury shall Issue its equivalent in treasury notes. HOUSE Bills were introduced and referred : By Mr. Peel , erantlng 320 acres of public lands to each of the survivors of the Mountain Meadow massacre. By Mr...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 28 February 1884

r F. M : & E. M ; ; KIM M ELL , Editors and Publishes. „ * TiiE National Democratic Convention will be held in 'Chicago , on the eighth day of "July. SIMPSON & SWEEZY have sued us for Libel , laying the damages at $10,000. Haha ! ! won't we have a Picnic ? Blue-Hill Time * . "WiTii Tabor running for Governor , and Cliaffec and Hill contesting for the United States Senatorship , there ig a big bonanza in store for the average Colo- jrado voter during the coming campaign. t BiMMi HMlB BB HHHHBiM HENCEFORTH Fred. Boehner of the Arapahoe Pioneer , in his peregrinations uj ) an'd.o'own the Valley , will doubtless be styled "The Weeping Pilgrim , " Apropos , the subject Washington's Birthday ought to have merited the "Pilgrim's" attention. ' THE Denver Republican is correct when it says that "the time is coming when the labor'of honest men will not ' ' . . * suffer by competition with convict labor. The whole system will be abolished. To encourage prison labor is nothing more than...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 28 February 1884

; % ? TheTH-bune * Thursday , February 28,1884. TO OTJB , ADVERTISERS. All locals under this hooding lOc. a line for each insertion , and sumo inserted until order- c-1 discontinued , unless time Is speclflcd. Bills payable monthly. Local Intelligence. Graham Flour at City Bakery. Choice Apples , $4.50 per bbl. , at Rogers' . C.ish paid for Poultry at Dungan & Shekel's. Buckwheat , Flour and Maple Syrup at Ilogors' . For. the heat Flour in town call at City Bakery. Highest cash price paid for fat cattle by Dungan & Shekel s. ' 'Choice cuts of beef , ham , pork and mutton at Dungan & Shekel's. Fish and poultry at Dungan & 'Shek el's , every Thursday and Friday. Fine sugar cured hams and breakfast "bacon sliced at Dungan & Shekel's. NOTICE. From this date best of corn fed beef will be found at Farley's Market The Culbertson Sun is urging the matter of bridging the Republican at that point. James Hatfield'had another car load of. corn hauled out to his ranch the fir...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 28 February 1884

MY HERITAGE. I * I into life HO full of lore was sent : That all the shadows which fall in the way Of every human being could not stay , But fled before the light my spirit lent. E saw the world through gold and crimson dyes ; Hen sighed , and said : "Those rosy hues will fade ' into life's shade. " As'you pass on glare or Still beautiful the way seems to mine eyes. They said : "You are too Jubilant and glad ; The world in full of sorrow and of wrong ; Full soon your Hps shall breathe forth sighs , not song. ' ' The day wears on , and still I am not sad ; said ' 'You love too and They : largely ; you must , Through wound on wound , grow bitter to your kind. " Then were false prophets. Day by day I find More cause for love , and less cause for dis trust. They said : ' 'Too free you give your soul's rare wine ; The world Will quaff , but it will not re pay. " Yet into the emptied flagons , day.by day. True hearts pour back a nectar as divine. Thy heritage ! Is it not love's estate ? L...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 28 February 1884

* V7 S * * * " HEREDITARY TAINTS. Some KevelationH on a Subject .Which Concerns the Welfare of the Race > , aud the Happiness c < All. > , Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. To any one who has studied the laws of life , and especially those which re- latn to reproduction , an experience such ns wo are about to relate , will come with special force and interest. The transmission of certain mental traits of prominence , and of certain physical traits of equal prominence , are facts which all acknowledge , but which none can understand. The father may may be distinguished the son , an im becile ; or , the parent may be decrepit and unknown , and the child achieve the highest place possible to humanity. But through it all , there will be certain characteristics , which mark the. indi vidual as descending from certain an cestors. Too often , indeed , these char acteristics are infirmities , and often of a physical nature. These facts were strikingly brought out during a conversat...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 28 February 1884

GRAND SLAUGHTER tr < t - f IN PRICES.AT f < ? . W. DANIELS , Manager. HAVE IN STOCK AND FOR SALE TO CLOSE AT COST : Overcoats , . ; , & " Overshoes , Underwear , Boots & Shoes , Winter Clothing. 11 Iba. GRANULATED SUGAR. . . . $1.00 /12 Ibs. EXTRA " 0" SUGAR $1.00 18 BARS WHITE RUSSIAN SOAP $1.00 20 BARS CLIMAX SOAP. . * $1.00 25 BARS STANDARD SOAP : . . $1.00 10 CANS LIMA BEANS $1.00 10 CANS BLACKBERRIES . . . . $1.00 10 CANS CORN ' . . . . . $1.00 9 CANS 3-POUND TOMATOES $1.00 10'CANS MARROWFAT PEAS $1.00 .20 Ibs. NAVY BEANS $1.00 10 CANS STRAWBERRIES $1.00 10 CANS STRING BEANS. . " $1.00 20 YARDS PRINTS $1.00 15 YARDS GOOD MUSLIN $1.00 Ladies' & Gent's , Children's & Misses' " Woolen Goods at greatly reduced prices. * r f Flannels & Woolen Underwear OF AIL KINDS AT LESS THAN COST. Woolen Scarfs , Yarns , Etc. , ; At prices never before heard of. Now is the - - * - time to secure great bargains. BARGAINS 1 BARGAINS ! HAYDEN & CO. , McCookNeb. . HOW WE...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 6 March 1884

QOK WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME 2. McCOOK , HED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MARCH 6 , 1884. NUMBER 40. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. J. E. COCHRAN , Attorney at Law , SsSOOI , SEB WILLOW C2TOTT , UIB. PracHco in any Courts of the otato and Kan sas , and the government Land OfTlco of this District , utid before the Lsnd Department at Washington. Sutlflfnctlon Kuarnnio d , and terms rcsrm ible. Office 1st door seuth of the TL 8. Land Office. S-28. JENNINGS & STARBUCK , Attorneys at Law , McCoort NEBRASKA. 'Will pic special attention to the practice of law , and tnaldnR collections. J3 ? " 0fflce Secondbloclenorth of depot , 2 doors north Green's drug sturc. 2-22. JOHN A. LEE , Merchant Tailor. MCCOOK : t 'NEBRASKA. Pit and Workmanship Guaranteed. PAGrK T. FRANCIS , County Surveyor. Red Willow County. Keeps certified plats of all lands in the Hitchcock land district. Special attention given to all such business. Correspondence solicited. 2-22. Dr. A. J. WILLEY , Surgeon B. & M. R. R...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 6 March 1884

GENTLE WOBUS. Why not let our words be gentle ? Harsh words rudely Jar On the feelings of another , . And to kindly greet each other - . * Would be bettor far. \ j _ In the plainest words of converse Music sweet is heard ; If in tenderness they're spoken ; But the melody is broken By an angry word. It would show a strength of spirit ' To let no hard word Fall petulently from ourtongue , And strike the notes to music strung , Making rude discord. Wo would find it just as easy , , In kind tones to speak ; Hasty , cruel words are grievous , And too sadly , truly prove us Pitifully weak. Oft a little word , soft spoken,1 Palling on the ear , Throws a passing ray of gladness O'er the heart darkened with sadness , And dispels the tear. Gentle words they cost so little , And such power hold To impart to others pleasure , "Why not greater make their measure Many thousand fold ? It will make our own hearts richer , If we will but give .Lavishly to our fellow-man , Gentle words when'er we can...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 6 March 1884

a i f OUK AKCESTOBS' HEBTB. * MH M BHVW- The Secret of Their Unusual Vigor Xx- 'Y plained and How It can be Acquired. There was something about the dy vigor ot former generations that * * cnallenges the admiration of every man , woman and child. They were no epicures those ancient fathers. They lived simply , and successfully met and overcome difficulties that would have discouraged this age and generation. The rigors of { he frontier were supple mented by the savages ; wild beasts threatened their enterprise and pover ty was a common companion. Yet they bravely encountered and resisted all those things and laid the founda tions of a land whose blessings we now enjoy. Their constitutions were strong ; their * health unsurpassed and yet they were forced to expose themselves con tinually. There certainly .must have been some good and adequate cause for all this and for the physical superiority of that age over the present/ It is well known to every one con versant with the .history of...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 6 March 1884

The Tribune F. M. & E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. MeCOOK. Twelve miles west of Indlanola la cltattcd the town of McCook. It line about four hundred Inhabi tants , chiefly employes of the railroad company , for here Is located one of the division station * of the B. & M. R. R. The people of this place have exhibited no little enterprise In the way of public improvements , among which arc the Congregatlonallst church build ing , and a bridge across the Republican. Owing to the impurities In the water as obtained from ordinary veils a system of water works tau been established and is now IB successful operation. The United States Land Offlee for this district Is located here , thus making the taking up o government lands IB any part of the county an easy matter. Thc town coo- tains two general stores , a honk , twa hotels , a lumber yard , a saloon , etc. It is essentially a railroad town and being the last town of Importance on the railroad in this state , is hcadqna...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 6 March 1884

The Tribune y Thursday , March Oth , 1884. TO OUB ADVERTISERS , AH locals under this bending lOc. a line , for ctiob Insertion , nnd same inserted until order ed discontinued , unices time , is specified. Bills pftynblo monthly. Local Intelligence. Graham Flour at City Bakery. Choice Apples , $ -1.50 per bbl. , at Hogcrs' . Cash paid for Poultry at'Dungan & Shekel's. : i i ' Buckwheat , Flour and Maple'Syrup ' at Rogers' . For the best Flour in town call at City Bakery. Choice raisins , 10 cents per pound , at Hayden & Co.'s. Highest cash price paid for fat cattle by Dungan & Shekel s. Choice cuts of beef , ham , pork and mutton at Dungan & Shekel's. Fish and poultry at Dungan & Shek- Vfcl's , every Thursday and Friday. Fine sugar cured hams and breakfast bacon sliced at Dungan & Shekel's. Jno. J. Dunbar and family have mov ed into the building above A. P. Sharp's shop. NOTICE. Fronv this date best of corn fed beef will be found at Farley's Market. Great barg...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 6 March 1884

THE TRIBUNE. ' JT. M. & K. M. K1MMEIX , Pub * . McCOOK , ; ; ; ; NJl . BMMMMBHMIMiMiMMBMMMBMBBMBBHBiMM tv 1CEBRASKA .ITEMS. A company has been organized fo the purpose of building a bridge across th Missouri river at Decatur. James N. O. Sherwood , of New York has brought suit hi the United States cour against the c ty of Brownville to recove money due on bonds Issued by the .city sev eral years ago. The plaintiff's petition em braces seventy-two counts. Blair Pilot : Sheriff. Gross arrived 01 Friday last from Ohio , having with him thi prisoner Hiram Lee , havingmade the roum trip , taking In Lincoln , Neb. , and Colum bus , Ohio , to procure his requisition , in fivi days. When arrested Lee had on a $60 sui of clothes that he had just stolen , and the ] were identified by the owner , who * refuscc to take them after he had worn them. A strange and fatal disease amen hogs has made its appearance in the vicinity of Fremont , and a great many have died. Those who have observed th...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 6 March 1884

NEWS OF THE WEEK , GEHERAIi. Representative Springer introduced for reference in the house the proposed constitutional amendment making the pro posed presidential term six years and ren dering the president ineligible for reelection tion for the next succeeding term. Advices from Kegina , N. W. T. , say % the Indians at Crooked Lake still defy the mounted police and allow no one to enter the Center agency building. Gopher , the leader of the File Hill Indians , Is under ar rest , and a strong detachment has been sen out to arrest others. Judge Sawyer , in the circuit court at San Francisco , decided the test the case of Chinamen arriving without a return certifi cate who left this country between the pas sage of the restriction act , May 6 , 1882 , and the date it became effective , August 6 , 18C2. The court held that the Chinamen were unlawfully In the country. The postoffice at Rich Hill , Mo. , was burglarized , $1,000 cash and stamps being stolen. The safe door was drilled and ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 6 March 1884

. W. DANIELS , Manager.- t > . r HAVE IN STOCK AND FOR SALE TO CLOSE , AOVCOST : * * i i 9 L Overcoats , i Overshoes , Underwear , . * , Boots & Shoes , ayq Winter Clothing. . , . * * - - - , * 11 Ibs. GRANULATED SUGAR $1.00 fir * 121 ibaiEXTRA ; : , r < c" SUGAR-.1 . $1:00 : 18 BARS WHITE RUSSIAN SOAP. . . . . . : . . - . . $ ltOO 20 BARS CLIMAX SOAP. ' , $1.00 :25 BARS STANDARD.SOAP. . . . ' . $1.00 , - 10 , CANS. LIMA BEANS , . . . . $1.00 10 CANS BLACKBERRIES ' $1.00 10 CANS CORN j $1.00 9 CANS 3-POUND TOMATOES $1.00 " = 510' CANS MARROWFAT PEAS $1,00 \201bs. NAVT BEANS. ' . . $1.00 j " /10 CANS .STRAWBERRIES. . . . ' . $1.00 ' -10 CANS STRING BEANS $1.00 . * 20 YARDS PRINTS. . . . ; $1.00 15 YARDS GOOD MUSLIN $1.00' Woolen Goods at greatly reduced prices. ftfannels & Woolen Underwear ! OP ALL'.KINDS AT IESS THAN COST. Woolen Scarfs , Yarns , Etc. , I , < .z tyft & ; , : " At prices -never before heard of. Now is then * n < ! * ' B . time to secure great ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 13 March 1884

* fr yBse& &K&uai , . . f xrt , - qnar as * ess , , 3r , * * * t * * Kr e trr. - * - - " . h. . -r - -wr-rtC Sw--i i * T * - ' - - * - . r i1- ; * . - ! - , < - THOT ! i " 5X8 CSSA ajti'-1 . * ' t. ' t S j f / - of . ' ' ' ( t ' < . ' f S- rf''sft'4' ' " " " " " 1" r F HIT" \j ' 'WwWPlTT f ? jE V JL iM-- VOLUME 2. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MARCH 13 , 1884. NUMBER 41. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. J. E. COCHRAN , Attorney at Law , KeCOJZ , BSD WH.1,077 COmiT , USB. Practice i nuy Courts of the state and Kan- * .aH. Und the government Land Office of- this District , and before the E .nd Department at Washington. Satisfaction xunrantcod. and terms reiifioimblc. Office 1st door sauth of the U. S. Lnnd Office. 3-28. JENNINGS & STARBUCK , Attorneys at Law , McCOOK NEBRASKA. Will Klvc Fpcclal attention to the practice of law , and making collections. { 3TOfllc : feecond block north of depot , 2 doom north Green's drug store. 2-iJ. JOHN A. LEE , Merchant...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 13 March 1884

SPINNING. i a blind spinner in the sun , I tread my days ; 2 know that'all the threads will run Appointed ways ; , < - , y ? know each day will bring its task , * * And , being blind , no more I ask. , - I do hot know the use or name - * . Of that I spin ; I only know that some one came , ' And laid within My hand the thread , and said : ' 'Since you Arc blind , but one thine you can do. " Sometimes the threads so rough and fasU , And tangled fly , f. know wild storms are sweeping past , And fear that I Shall fall ; but dare not try to find A safer place , since I ant blind. I know not why , but I am sure That tint and place , In some grunt fabric to endure Past time and race * My threads will have ; so from the first , Though blind , I never felt accursed. I think , perhaps , this rust has sprung From one short word Said over me when 1 was young ' So young , I heard It , knowing not that God's name signed Sly brow , and sealed me His , though blind. But whether this be seal or s...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 13 March 1884

BEMOTISCEWCBS OF ROCHES TER. The Full * of the Geneson and Sam Patch' * Fatal Leap -One of ltn Business Houses and Its Ureat Mag nitude. The present floods , which are either devastating or threatening the country in every direction , are justly cause for apprehension. No matter whether they come suddenly or by slow degrees , they are , ineither case , a great evil and much to be dreaded , and yet America will always be troubled by these spring overflows. Probably one of the most disastrous that was ever known , occurred in Rochester , N. YM about twenty years ago. The Genesee river , just above the falls , where Sam Patch made his final and fatal leap , became completely blockaded by ice , forming an impassable dam , and the water coming down , the Genesee river overflowed the principal portion of the city of Rochester. This catastrophe would have been repeated the present year had not the energy and foresight of the city authorities prevented it. The writer happened to be in Roche...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 13 March 1884

The Tribune F. M. & E. M. KIMMELL , . Editors and Publishers. Republican State Convention. r > , The Republican , electors of the State of Nebraska arc invited to send delegates from the several counties to meet in convention at Lincoln , Thursday , May Isti884 , , at 7:30 o'clock , P. M. , for the purpose of electing four (4) ( ) delegates at large to the National Republican ' Convention called to meet at Chicago , June 3d , 1884 , for-the purpose of plac ing in nomination candidates for Presi dent and Vice-President of the United States. We append the representation of the following counties : Red Willow..4 Frontier 2 Hitchcock 2 Gosper 2 THE present year will witness a great demand for dark jiorses. . - KANSAS is greatly disturbed over the appearance of a cattle plague. As there 14 are 2,000,000 cattle in the state , rep resenting $50,000,000 capital , there is sufficient cause for the perturbation. . . BEN BUTLER is the candidate of the woman suffragists for President. Co...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 13 March 1884

TJaeXoJauxia Thursday , March i3th , 1884. TO OUE ADVERTISERS. All local under this bcadlnff lOc , a line for cuuh insertion , and same inserted until order ed discontinued , unless time is specified. Bills paynblo monthly. Local Intelligence. Graham Flour at City Bakery. Choice Apples , $4.50 per bbl. , at Rogers' . Gash paid for Poultry at Dungan & Shekel's. > All kinds of blanks kept for sale at this office. Buckwheat , Flour and Maple Syrup at Rogers' . For the best Flour in town call at City Bakery. Choice raisins , 10 cents per pound , at Hayden & Co.'s. Highest cash price paid for fat cattle Ly Dungan & Shekel s. We have just received 'a handsome i . assortment of calling , cards. R Choice cuts of beef , ham , pork and mutton at Dungan & Shekel's. Fish and poultry at Dungan & Shek el's , every Thursday and Friday. Fine sugar cured hams and-breakfast bacon sliced at Dungan & Shekel's. We call your attention to C. H. Rog ers' advertisement on the eigh...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 13 March 1884

THE TRIBUTE. F. X. Jfc E. M. KUiaiKIX , Pate. ICcCOOK , NEB NEBRASKA. ITEMS. The eighteenth annual meeting of the Nebraska Teachers' association will be held in Lincoln March 25 , 26 and 27 , 1884. The Auburn paper reports fifty-two children in the Burk school district 'sick with the measles. A physician profession ally called , found in one family five chil dren down with the disease. Postmaster Gandy , at Broken Bow , has received notice from the postoffice de partment at Washington that increase of speed has been ordered on the mall route between Kearney and Broken Bow. Cass county takes the belt on high kickers. His name is Albert Worth , and he has a record of eight feet at a standing kick. He lives four miles froui Platts- mouth , and will wager that he can equal the best record of any man in the country. Wm. Fisher , a German , suicided at Omaha by taking poison. He had been un fortunate in business was out of money and 'could get no work , hence the rash act. Enos Morris , a...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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