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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 3 April 1884

Dost ever sit at twllleht's hour , And meditate alone , And think how many , many friends From life's long way have gone ? Dost ever see thy childhood's friends "Within the shadowed light , And list them tell the golden tales- See olden pictures bright ? And then the friend of girlhood's years , You used to love so well , Whose ever ready ear was lent To listen what you would tell ? And then the other dearer friend , "Whose hand enclasps your own , ' " "Whispers words so very low , None heard but you alone ? And then the friends of later years , Who round your hearthstone came , And taught- your friendship oft can boast , Of else beside a name. And then the years that came between And blotted all away ? Some lights went out , but some in heaven Still burn with steadfast ray. The backward path I love to tread , Its Joys are ever mine 1 The future may be rayless night , The past through it shall shine. FARMER GORDON'S ECONOMY. Stephen. Gordon was a rich farmer with brdad acres of fert...

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 — 3 April 1884

MEDITATION. Doat eyer sit at twilight's hour , And meditate alone , And think how many , many friends From life's long way have gone ? Dost over see thy childhood's friends "Within the shadowed light , And Hat them tell the golden tales- See olden pictures bright ? And then the friend of girlhood's years , You UHed to love so well , Whose ever ready ear was lent To listen what you would tell ? And then the other dearer friend. Whoso hand enclasps your own , " Whispers words so very low , None heard but you alone ? And then the friends of later years , Who round your hearthstone came , And taught- your friendship can boast , Of else beside a name. And then the years that came between And blotted all away ? Some lights went out , but some In heaven Still burn with steadfast ray. The backward path I love to tread , Its joys are ever mine ! The future may be rayless night , The past through it shall shine. FARMER GORDON'S ECONOMY. Stephen Gordon was a rich farmer with brdad acres of fer...

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 — 3 April 1884

The Tribune F. M. & E. M. KIMMELL , ' Editors and Publishers. Second Congressional District Convention. The Republican electors of the Second Con gressional District of Nebraska , arc Invited to send delegates from tlie sevenil counties com prising said district , to meet in convention at Hustings , Nebraska , on Tuesday , the 22d day of April , 3834 , at 7:30 o'clock , P. M. , for the pur pose of electing two delegates from atd dis trict to tlie National Itopublican Convention , eulled'to incotMit Chicago. Juno 3d , 1884 , at 7:30 o'clock , P. M. , for the purpose of placing in nomination , President and Vice President of the United States. The several counties are entitled to rcpre- Kcntnt'lon asfbllows , being based upon tlicvotc cast fot\ . M. Hlatt , Regent of the University , giving one delegate at largo and one lor every 15frvotes and tbo major fraction tbcreof : County. . . Del. County. Del. Jefferson. . 7 Franklin 5 Bulinoi 11 Kearney 5 flcwurd : Phelps 4 liutlcr „ . . ...

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 — 3 April 1884

Thursday , April 3d , 1884. TO OUR ADVERTISERS. All locals under this hcadingr lOc. a line for each insurtloii , and fiiuno inserted until order- oil discontinued , unless time IB BpcciUcd. puyublo monthly. Local 'Intelligence. Gralmin Flour at City Bakery. Fresh oysters every Friday at Israel's. "Thunder and lightning" at Hayden & Co.'s. Go to John A. Lee's for sewing machines. Wheeler & Wilson sewing machines at Lee's. All kinds of blanks kept for sale at this office. For the best Flour in town call at City Bakery. Verily , what a great conflagration a little fire kindlcth. Choice raisins , 10 cents per pound , at Hayden & Co.'s. If you want cheap pork call at John Farley's meat market. We have just received a handsome assortment of calling cards. We call your attention to C. II. Rog ers' advertisement on the eighth page of this issue. The Plunket Sisters Dramatic Co. , will open the Menard Opera Hall on tile 10th of May. Great bargains at Hayden & Co.'s. See adver...

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 — 3 April 1884

THK SEASON'S CATCH. Farewell to the gay ball entrancing , Goob-bye to the lancers so fine ; For the present adieu to all dancing , No more as the belle can I shine. During Lent. The waltz and cotillion must slumber , , ; The grand Saratoga can rest , 'And the partners I had without number , May leave me to solitude blest During Lent. Ahl the beaux that are sighing and dreamIng - Ing , Who call mo a frivolous flirt , When unconsciously smiling and beamIng - Ing * I gave thorn the glances that hurt Before Lent. Yet still there is one youth delighted , And I am as happy as he : He won where the others were slighted When popped he the question to me Before Lout. Andmylove he can dance like a fairy , _ Ho's polng to waltz me throuqh life ; No wonder his step's light and airy , He's taking the bell for his wife After Lent. There's one thing , however that's jolly , Though leap year , I didn't ask him , He said : "Will you marry mo , Molly ? " Lanswered : "Iguess I will , Jim , After Lent....

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 — 3 April 1884

KIOTING IN CINCINNATI. An Ariay 0 Mad Hen Make an Attack Upon the A not of great mttgnlttrJe , resulting m loss of life and. destruction of properf v , oB1an. . & Cincinnati on the evening" the 7tttofJ > " rch andw.as renewed on that o ine * otn . its origin was a verdlctof man slaughter In the case of one Berner , who brutally murdered W. H. Kirk in the Jat wr's stable on the night of December 24th I"st' Berner was brought before Judge Matthews and sentenced to the penitentiary for twenty years , being the full limit of the Jaw. Ten thousand angry people there upon gathered at Music Hall on the night o the 27th to take action on the verdict , strong resolutions were adopted , and upon adjournment of the meeting the vast crowd moved directly to the jail , where they be gan an attack. Berner , in the afternoon , was started for the penitentiary at Colum- b 8 but the mob were determined , if they > effected an entraHce to the Jail , to lyncn other murderers confined there. T...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 3 April 1884

fff- SLAUGHTER IN PRICES AT G. W. DANIELS , Manager. HAVE IN STOCK AND FOR SALE TO CLOSE AT COST : * j 1 Overcoats , f " f , Overshoes , Underwear , , i * f Boots & Shoes , Winter Clothing , 11 Ibs. GRANULATED SUGAR $1.00 12 Ibs. EXTRA "C" 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' AND GENT'S ! Children's & Misses' * WOOLEN GOODS ! At Greatly Reduced .Prices. Flannels & Woolen Underwear OF ALL KINDS AT LESS THAN COST. Woolen Scarfs , Yarns , Etc. , At prices never before heard of. Now is the , tune to secure great bargains. BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! HAYDEN & CO. , McCOOK NEBRASKA. Great Western Furniture Emporium. o H O > I 2 O > % g K Hoe ° 3 ...

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 — 10 April 1884

NUMBER 4S. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. J. E. COCHRAN , ATTORNEY AT LAW , MeCOOr , BED WILLOW COUNTY , NEB. . Practice In any Courts of the state and Kan- BOH. and the government Land Oflicc of this Ulstrict , and before the Land Department nt Washington. Satisfaction guaranteed , and terujH reasonable. Oflicc 1st door smith of the U.K. 'Land Office. 2-28. JENNINGS & STAHBUCK , ATTORNEYS jAT LAW , MCCOOK , - - NEBRASKA. TVill Rive uppcinl attention to the practice of law , and making collections. E2r"Ofllce Second block north of depot , 2 doors north Green's drug store. JOHN A. LEE , MERCHANT TAILOR , McCooK , : : NEBRASKA. Workmanship guaranteed. Als agent for the Wheeler & Wilson Sewing : Machine. PAGE T. FRANCIS , COUNTY SURVEYOR , Red Willow County. I Keeps certified plats of all lands in the .1 Ilitehcock land district. Special attention { riven to all such business. Correspondence solicited. i-il. Dr. A. J. WILLEY , SURGEON B. & M. R. R , OIHcc at B. & M. Pharmacy , , M...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 10 April 1884

THE TBEBUNE. F. M. & E. M. K1MMEIX , Pub . McCOOK , NEB \ \ NEBRASKA INTERESTS. , t A sheep , the property of W. W. Sla ter , Pawnee county , lately gave birth to a double lamb , having a double head , two noses , four eyes ' , three ears , a double body aadtwotallB. The Nebraska Central" Railroad company has filed .articles of incorporation with the scretary of state. The object is to build and operate a railroad , telegraph and telephone from Decatur , Burt county , through the counties of Burt , Cuming , Stan ton , Madison , Boone , Wheeler , Loup Cherry and Sioux , all in Nebraska , to th west line of the state Also to build and operate telegraph and telephone lines and transfer boats across the Missouri river , and a bridge across said river in Burt county. A.floater was discovered in the Mis souri river at Nebraska City , floating down stream on a huge cake of ice. Before the river men could catch him the ice upset , throwing the drowned man Into the water. He was an old m...

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 — 10 April 1884

A QUESTION. death be an eternal sleep , Why doth the spring return To floattir flowers beneath our feet , And tha wastes of winter spurn ? * If death be an eternal sleep , Why doth the burled grain fiend forth new harvests for men to reap And whiten the spreading plain ? If death bo an eternal deep , "Why the ocean's ceaseless flow , When the planets all their Journeys keep And never weary grow ? If death bo an eternal sleep , Why do we hope for heaven , When we approach the mercy seat And ask to bo forgiven ? If death be an eternal sleep , When will justice come , To those who toll for others' meat , And receive but scanty crumbs ? If death bo an eternal sleep , Why did the angels go The poor man to bear to Abraham's seat While the rich man was In woe ? If death be an eternal sleep , Why was man e'er born , And why should ho his vigils keep , If there Is no coming morn ? RAYS OP LEARNING. Many things in the course of human life are grievous for want of rightly pondering this trnth ...

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 — 10 April 1884

JThe Tribune F. M. &E M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. 'Second Congressional District Convention. .TheUopubllcan electors of the Second Con- Bresslonal District of Nebraska , are Invited to send delegates from the several counties com prising said district , to meet in convention ut Hastings , Nebraska , on Tuesday , the 22d day of April , 1884 , at 7:30 o'clock , P. M" . , for the pur pose of electing two delegates from said dis trict to the * National Republican Convention , called to meet at Chicago * Juno 3d , 1884 , at 7:80 o'clock , P. M. , for the purpose of placing In nomination , President and Vice President of the United States. The several counties are entitled to ropror Ecntation as follows , being bused upon the vote cast for J. M. Hlutt , Regent of the "University , giving one delegate at largo and one for every 1GC votes and tfib major fraction thereof : County. Del. County. Del. Jefferson 7 Franklin 5 Saline .11 Kearney 5 Seward 9 Phelps , 4 Butler 8 Harlan 5...

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 — 10 April 1884

The Tribune Thursday , April ioth , 1884 J Indicates thut your subscription to THE L TRIBUNE has expired , and that nn Invita- ktlon to renew tbo satno IB extended. TO OTIE ADVERTISERS. All locals under this heading lOc. a line for oacb Insertion , and same inserted until order ed discontinued , unless tlmu is gpeclllcd. BHIu payable monthly. Local Intelligence. Graham Flour at City Bakery. "Thunder and lightning" at Hayden & Co/a/ Go to John A. Lee's for sewing machines. _ * L Wheeler & Wilson sewing machines at Lee's. All kinds of blanks kept for sale at this office. For the best Flour in town call at City Baker } ' . Choice raisins , 10 cents per pound , at Hayden & Co.'s. If you want cheap pork call at John Farley's meat market. WANTED. A girl to wait on table at Israel's Restaurant. Wc have just received a handsome assortment of calling cards. L. W. Marbles photograph gallery is now open and ready for business. Give him a call. Great bargains at Hayden & Co.'s. ...

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 — 10 April 1884

ETKBNAt , BEST. fc little while we'll tarry here , A little while our crosses bear. ' ' With hearts oppressed ; A little while the weight of woe Will boar our stricken spirits low A little while sad tears will flow , But soon comes rest. Life seems a drear , beclouded day , "Where seldomfalls Illuming ray , To break the mist : Tet let us not despairing sigh , Nor in our weakness question why Ourday.hasnota fairer sky- Beyond is rest. Though from the bitter , bitter cup , , Of mingled borrows we must sup , 'Tia but to test Onr faith in Christ ; and make us live Tor higher things than earth can .give ; 'And all that true and falthfulprove , In heaven will rest ; " It matters little though our lot Be cast In dreary , desert spot ; For life , at best , Has much or sadness , and a gloom Hangs o'er the passage to the tomb ; Yet. in Eden's bowers of bloom , Remaineth rest. * > A few short moments more of grief. Then death will bring us sweet relief ; Within the breast 01 peaceful earth ...

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 — 10 April 1884

OLD TACTS AND FANCIES. An Iowa farmer bos' killed 278 skunks on his farm. Montcray , Mexieo , uses beans for money since the nickel has become de funct. At a wedding m Hannibal , Mo. , the bridal march was played on a mouth organ. Manchester , N. H. , has askye terrier , ' - 2that "pockets" the sixteen pool balls in three minutes. He punches them with his nose. John Barry , of Bradford , Ct" , whifo drunk , rolled off a lounge. Hb > neck fell across the round of a chair and ho choked to death. A block of ice found on the bank of the .Tuscarawas river , after the break up , contained flvo unusually large' water snakes frozen fast. A man in Morelia , Mexico , recently lost a lottery ticket while drunk. It turned out to have been the number which drew ihe $10,000 prize. Over 200 wild ducks were trapped in a warehouse near Chico , Gal. , recent ly , one of the doors having' been left open long enough for the ducks to go inside for grain. An apple tree in Mercer county , Ky. , has bor...

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 — 10 April 1884

SLAOCH IN PRICES AT . ' ' * * 0HAS , NOBLE , MAEAGEI ; . IPRICES DOWN * < i : " ; VERY EOTTO HAVE is STOCK AND roil SALE TO CLOSE AT COST : Overcoats , Overshoes , v i , Underwear , * 4 ; Boots & Shoes , 11 Ibs. GKANULATJBD SUGAR $1.00 12 Ibs. EXTRA "C" 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 Childrens' and Misses LADIES' ' AI2D GBBTS1 WOOLE At Greatly Seduced Prices. Flannels & Woolen Underwear ALL AT LESS THAN COST. AT PRICES NEVER HEARD OF BEFORE. NOW IS THE TIME TO SECUEE BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! I & CO. , * * , NEBRASKA. IN THE FAR WEST And Offer Rare Chances FOR THE ARTI...

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 — 17 April 1884

VOLUME McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , APRIL % 1884 ; UMBER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. UNITEDSTATES LAND OFFICE McCook , Nebraska. 0. L..UW3 , Bigiiter. C. F. BABCCCE , Eotoivcr. OFFICE "HOnns : From fl A. M. to 32 11. , and 1 to 4 P. M. , mountain time. J. E. COCHRAN , ATTORNEY AT LAW , MeCOOE , EM VTILLQ77 COTOTY , 17EB. Practice In any Courts of the state and Kan- Bag , and the government Land Ofllce of this JMstrict , and before the Land Department at WaBhlnKton. Satisfaction guaranteed , and l rms reasonable. Office 1st door seuth of the U. S. Land Office. 3-28. JENNINGS & STARBUCK , ATTORNEYS AT LAW , MCCOOK , NEBRASKA. Will jrfvc special attention to the practice of law , and making collfctlons. jy Offlce Secmtd bldcknorth of depot , 2 doora north Qreeu's drug store. 2-22. JOHN A. LEE , MERCHANT 'TAILOE , MCCOOK , : : NEBRASKA. 53y Fit and Workmanship guaranteed. Als agent f r the Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. . FRANCIS , COUNTY SURVEYOR , ' Red Willow ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 17 April 1884

* * THE TRIBUNE. , F. M. & K. M. K1MMEL1 , , Fuba. McCOOK , NEB NEBRASKA INTERESTS. A burglarious entry was effected in to Alex. Camelet's Jewelry store at Nebraska - braska City and goods consisting principally of gold and silver watches to the amount of over one-tkousand dollar * stolen. The deed was committed while Mr. Camejet was at upper , and entrance effectedby removing a glass from the back Window. J. A. Conner , of Plattamouth-who has Just got back from Madison , Neb. , gays emigration into that country is wonderful. A syndicate offered Connor $15 pet ; acre for his four thousand , and' he refused , as he claims it will be worth $25 per acre In two years. * , . Two men , named Cox arid Tobin , both farmers in good , circumstances , were In a saloon at Blue Hill , when some dis pute arose which was engaged in by four or five men. During the melee Cox struck Tobln over the head Twith a billiard ue injuring him very severely. , Cox was taken into custody and Tobln died fro...

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 — 17 April 1884

THR &ONQ OP THK WO KKBS. Bong of the workers , the men 'the brawny arm , x o giro us our daily bread , and keep from hunger 'B harm ; io labor afar in the forest , who leav the fields with toll , "Who take no heed of the sunshine , and ml not sweat or toll. I sing the song of thp workers , who harv < the golden grain , ' And'blnd It , and thrash It , and sift It , E care for the sting and stain ; Who load It In creaking wagons , and stoui their oxen drive , -And bld.them good-hy as they go , Jlke t bees flying homo to the hive. 3. sing the song of the workers , the mi who struggle and strain , "Who give us their muscle and nerve , they guard the loaded train ; Who give us their sinew and brain as th watch the prisoned steam , -And run the risk of their lives , as they pa the perilous stream. I sing the song of the workers , the .mi who , labor and strive , "Who. handle for us the honey that comes the human hive ; The patient and tireless workers with mu clea as tough as steel...

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 — 17 April 1884

f. 5 4 * i The Tribune F. M , & E. M..KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. r. * - * - Second Congressional District Convention. - * $ v The Republican electors of the Second Con gressional District of Nebraska , are'Invited to Bond delegates from the several counties com prising said district , to moot in convention at Hastings , Nebraska , on Tuesday , the * 22d day of April , 1884 , at 7:80 o'clockP.M.for the pur pose of electing two delegates from said dis trict to the National Republican Convention , called to meet ut Chicago. Juno 8d , 1B84 , at > 7:30 o'clock , P. 31. , for the purpose of placing in nomination , President and Vice President of the United States. The several counties are entitled to repre sentation asfollows , being basgd upon thc.voto cast for J. M. Hlatt , Regent of the University , plying one delegate tit large and ono for every JfiC votes and the major f ractlonthercof : County. Del. County ; Del. Jefferson 71 Franklin B Saline .11 Kearney , fi Scward 0...

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 — 17 April 1884

The Tribune Thursday * April i/th , 1884 , Indicates that your Subscription to Ins X utsttNE had expired" , and that on invltn .Uon . to rcno.tr the eauip.ls extended. TO OTIE ADVERTISERS. All locale under this heading lOc. a line fo each Insertion , and same Inserted until order ad discontinued , unless time is Specified. Bill ; payable monthly. Local Intelligence. Graham Flour at City Bakery. "Thunder and lightning" at Haydei & CO.'B. , ; Go to John -A. Lee's for. sewin | machines.- Wheeler & Wilson sewing jnachina at Lee's. . All kinds of blanks kept for sale a this office. WANTED. A dishwasher at Israel' Restaurant. * For the best Flour in town call a City Bakery. Choice raisins , 10 cents per pound at Haydeu & Co.'s , If you want cheap pork call at Job. Farley's meat market. We have just received a.handsoni assortment of calling cards. Three families , recently arrived fret Gillman , 111. , are occupying the ban hall , temporarily. Great bargains at Hayden & Co....

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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