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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 22 May 1884

F. M. & E. M. KIM WELL , Editors and Publishers. SUBSCRIPTION : $2 PER YEAR INVARIABuY IN ADVANCE. > ' 4" * > THE Emperor William has accepted tbe resignation of Bismarck from the presidency. , of the cabinet , and ap pointed a successor , Bcetticher , the Prussian minister of state. THE metropolitan press is expressing sonic doubt of the propriety of the ac tion of the assistant postmaster general , 'Frank Hatton , in changing the name of a Tennessee postoffice from "Dam- phool" to "Blizzard. " Probably each editor that'kicks ' thinks it is a personal affront to himself. We all have our weaknesses/and the weakness most com mon is the .yearning to have your name prepctuated in a postoffice directory. THE national anti-monopoly conven tion , which assembled in Chicago , last Thursday , nominated B. F. Butler of Massachusetts , for president. They al so got up a platform of platitudes. It is ridiculous that a body of men like this should allow themselves to be duped by such ...

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 — 22 May 1884

iune Thursday , May asd , Indicates that your subscription to THE x TnrauNE has expired , and that an invita I tion to renew tbo same Is extended. TO OTJE ADVERTISERS. All local * under this heading 10c. a line for each insertion , and same inserted until ordered - < t'\ ed discontinued , unless time is specified. Hills payable monthly. < * . t'I Local Intelligence. I * Graham Flour at City Bakery. Chickens wanted at * the City Market. "Thunder and lightning" at Hayden & Co.'s. A choice line of Cigars at the P. 0. Lobby. . All kinds of blanks kept for sale at this office. Oranges , Lemons and Fruit at the P. 0. Lobby. For 'the best Flour in town call at City. Bakery. Fresh fish every Tuesday and Friday at City Market. The style of a new land agency is Butler & Clute. Choice raisins , 10 cents per pound , at Hayden & Co.'s. If you want cheap pork call at John Farley's meat market. BJqnk notes , neatly bound , 50 in a book , fop sale at this office , A fresh stook , ...

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 — 22 May 1884

BBIDM&.PATH. They ride , they ride with Blackened rein , Fftd&g the sinking sun , And-he Is telling her over again The tale that nqver la done The tale that's as old as the bondlngblue , And as old as the singing sea Aad it never has happened that one of two Marvelled what It could be. It never has happened that one of two , Blithe boy , glad girl , together W-ho have felt that to love was enough to do In the sweet and the sunny weather- But have found rltrht words for the song ol birds * In the greenery overhead ; For to build the nest in the .spring is best , And 'tis best in the spring to wed. Obi he rides at her bridle-rein , And he bends him to her ear , With the musical tones of the old refrain That ladles delight to hear. And his words were pleasant as rain that ' patten Low on the laughing leaves , And kind as the cheery sun that flatters The gold of harvest sheaves. And his hand is on her bridle-rein , And bis look it is on her cheek- He needs not to tell her over a...

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 — 22 May 1884

THE tABY OF TKAB9. Through valley , and hamlet and city , ' Wherever humanity dwells , " "With a heart full of infinite pity , A breast that with smypathy swells , She walks , In her beauty Immortal- Each household grows sad as she nears , But she crosses at length every portal , The mystical Lady of Tears. If never this vision of sorrow Has shadowed your life In the past , You will meet her I know , serve tomorrow row , i 'She vlslte all hearthstones at last. * Teahouse and cottage and palace , To servant and king , she appears , And offers the gall of her chalice The unwelcome Lady of Tears. But In midnight , lone hearts that are ach ing With the agonized numbness of grief , Arc saved from the torture of breaking By her bitter-sweet draugh : of relief. Ob , then do all graces enfold her Like a goddess she looks and appears , And the eyes oveiflow that behold her , The beautiful Lady of Tears. Though she turns to lamenting all laughter , Though she gives us despair for delight , Li...

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 — 22 May 1884

tUKIRl -IK PRICES AT 0HAS. NOBLE , PRICES DOWN BOTTOM ! - HATE IN STOCK AND FOK SAl'E Tp CLOSE AT COST : Overcoats , Overshoes * Underwear , - ; * x ' f t Boots & Shoes , Winter Clothing. 1liIbs. . GRANULATED SUGAR . " . - . . $1.00 12 Ibs. EXTRA "C" SUGAR. . . . .A. . ? # . . . . . $1.00 . . . . . . . . . 18 BARS WHITE RUSSIAN SOAP. .js V.-$1.00 20 BARS CLIMAX SOAP 7. , . .5' . . \ . ' . ' . * " . V.l.00 % . . . . . " . . ? . 25 BARS STANDARD SOAP \ : - , / - - -$1.00 " 'lO CANS LIMA BEANS. : : r.--- . % . . . . $1.00 10 CANS BLACKBERRIES. . . . * . . . . .v. ! v. ' . . . . ' .V$1.00 10 CANS CORN 1 * . . . > 1.00 ; v > 9 CANS 3-POUND TOMATOESl * ' . . . . . - . . \ . . . $ . 10 CANS MARROWFAT PEAS.- ' . . . . ' . / . . $1.00 ; 20 Ibs. NAVY BEANS : i $1.00 10 CANS STRAWBERRIES. . . . : f. ' . . . : . . ' . \ . . $1.00 ' 10 CANS STRING BEANS : . . . > : $1.00 20 YARDS PRINTS .V. . . / . $1.00 15 YARDS GOOD MUSLIN ; $1.00 Ftr Ftp Jjlu Liu , , , , , AT PRICES NEVER HEARD O...

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 — 29 May 1884

T McOooK WEEKLY TRIBUNE. / : < - > s * / * VOLUME II. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTS , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MAY 29 , 1884. NUMBER 32. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES.LAM ) OFFICE McCook , Nebraska. 0. X , . LAWD , Zegittor. C. F. BABCOCZ , Bocolvor. OFFICK HOUHS : From n A. M. to 12 M. , and 1 to 1 P. M. , mountain time. J. E. COCIIIIAN , ATTORNEY AT LAW , UeCOOZ , BED WILLOW COUNTY , NEB. Practice In any Courts of the state and Kun- SIIH , anil the jcovcrnmcnt Land OHice of this District , and before the Land Department at Washington. Satisfaction jniarantccd , and terms rciiBonuMc. Ofllce 1st door south of the ( J. S. Land onico. - ' : & . JENNINGS & STARBUCK , ATTORNEYS AT LAW , McCooK , - - NEBRASKA. Will gl\c special attention to the practice of law , nnilnmklnK collections. C3 Ofllce SecoHdbleck north of depot , 2 doors north Green's drag store. 2-lii. JOHN A. LEE , MERCHANT TAILOR , 'MCCOOK , NEBRASKA. Workmanship guaranteed. Alsw agent f r the Wheeler & Wils...

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 — 29 May 1884

THE TRIBUNE. g. Bt. & K. M. K1MMEIX , Pubg. McCOOK , : : : : THE STATE IN BRIEF. During April there were filed upon al the land office at Valentine 971 claims , 01 about 1B5 , GO,860 acres , and at the present time there is being taken on an average claims per day. Numerous lecture engagements ar ranged by one ' 'John 0. Fremont" have been cancelled In various parts of the state. Kany supposed that be was the original pathfinder , but when they learned that he was an ex-slave of the colored persuasion they had no desire to hear him. Mrs. Frank Pyle recently sold the lorty ajres of land near Lincoln , given hei by her father years ago , when land was not worth what it Is now , for $75 an acre. He told her It would bring that some time , and his prophecy has been realized. The town of Orleans has made a movement in the work of inducing Immi gration. The authorities have employed the services of an agent who travels on the main lines of road in Iowa , and by the dis tribution of ci...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 29 May 1884

J'T DESEBT OLD FRIENDS. 5 > on t Ie vo old friends , when In distress , You know In brighter hours , " "Who now , perchance , pluck but the thorns , Whcro once they owned the flowers. < Glvo them the same old welcome , Not pass by with scornful frown ; 3Do all you can to help them ; Don't desert them when they're down. The via Vila's up-hill work , And slander's wordy strife ds its baneful glamour the seething crowd of life. "Some whom wo thought were true friends Before misfortune's frown < 0ur pedestal 6'orshaded , Now desert us when we're down. a leaf upon a streamlet , Or a tempest-tossed boat , many on the sea of life Can scarcely keep afloat. So help up those who helped you In the day of their renown ; j 'Though now the cloud hangs o'er them , Don't desert them when they're down. Could we lift the mystic curtain On our coming Joy or care ; Could the lights e'en dimly flicker , Bidding us beware ! beware ! -"Shadows through the twilight telling , More cross than glitte...

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 — 29 May 1884

F. M. & E. M , KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. . . . ' I M SUBSCRIPTION : $2 PER YEAR INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. TIIK time for the National Republi can Convention approaches apace. Next Tuesday the ball opens , and just how long the music will continue is a mat ter of conjecture , but we hope to have the name of the nominee at the head of this column , in our next issue. IT was pretty tough on young' Mr. English that the first business that came up. in the House after he was sworn in , upon which his maiden vote was to be cast , was a resolution to in vestigate his papa on a charge that he" hAd played roots on the House in get ting the young man in. L\ view of the tact that this mun dane sphere harbors a large proportion of "young bloods' ' who are always look ing for-"soft places , " on account of a dislike for honest ! abor.it , is suggested that that desideratum can generally be obtained by the y. b.'s aforesaid by re moving their hats anil running their dainty hands over the t...

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 — 29 May 1884

.em Dune Thursday , May 29 , Indicates Unit your stibBcrlpticm to Tti x TimiUNi : lias expired , and Mint an Invltn I Won to renew the nanio Is extended. TO OUR ADVERTISERS. All locals under tills headinglOc. ullno fo cach insertion , and same Inserted until order cd discontinued , unless time is specified. Hill paynblo. monthly. Local Intelligence. To-morrow is Decoration Day. Graham Flour at City Bakery. Chickens wanted at the City Market All kinds of blanks kept for sale a this office. Jor the best Flour in town call a ; City Bakery. Fresh fish every Tuesday and Friday at City Market. Trial by jury is what they all want except our city dads. If you want cheap pork call at Join Farley's meat market. Blank notes , neatly hound , 50 in a book , for sale at this office. Highest cash price paid for hides , furs and pelts at City Market. The very choicest cuts of ham , beef , pork and mutton at the City Market. Go to Green's drug store for wall paper. A fine stock at bed-rock prices. A...

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 — 29 May 1884

THE BEST WIFE OF ALL. Three travelers met In the Brander Pass , By the bubbling Brander Spring ; They showed their cake and their venison , And talked of many a thing Of books and songs , and foreign lands , Of etrango and wandering lives , And by and by , In softer tone , They spoke of their homes and wives. "I married the Lady o' Logan Brae , " Said one with a lofty air ; * 'There is na In a' the north countrce A house wl' a better share Of gold and gear , and hill ind lock. Of bouses and farms to rent ; There's many a man has envied me , And I'm malr'than weel content. " "Dream of a woman as bright as day , " The second traveler said ; "Dream of a form of perfect grace , Of a noble face and head , Of eyes that are blue as heaven , Of flowing nut-brown hair ; This is my wife and though not rich , Oh ! she Is wondrous fair. " The third one said : ( 'I have a wife , She is neither rich nor fair ; She has not gold , nor gear , nor land , Nor a wealth of nut-brown hair , But oh I she ...

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 — 29 May 1884

THE WOOL GROWERS. Au Address to Those Kngnged in the JloalneKBThroughout the Country. In. the National mass meeting of the wool growers of the United States , at Chicago , the committee appointed to pre pare an address to the wool growers of the country mbmitted the following : To the Wool Growers and Sheep Breeders of the United States : GKNTLKMKN At a national convention ot wool growers and bhcep breeders of the United States , bold at Chicago on the 10th f of May , 1884 , nnd which wan attended by 11. delegates from twenty states , a committee 11.p was appointed to draw up an address to the wool growers of the country for the purpose of arousing them to a proper re alization of the necessity that exists for immediate and energetic action If they would rescue the great industry In which they arc engaged from Its present depress ; ed condition and from the impending dangers of a still more serious nature. The undersigned members of the committee firmly believe that the existing sad...

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 — 29 May 1884

/ . Chicago. General Store. I r IN OPERA BLOCK'ON THURSDAY , MAT 29th ! The Largest and Most Complete Stock West of Lincoln , Consisting of Staple and Fancy Millinery , Feathers & Flowers , Hats , Caps , Clothing , cw/b 15 STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES ( r Crockery and Glassware , And Everything Usually Carried in a First-Class Store. All are invited to inspect our goods and be convinced that they can be suited in. quality and prices that have not been heard of or seen west of any large city. COME AND COME ALL. Respectfully Yours , JOS. MENARD , Proprietor. McGOOK , - - NEBRASKA. Saddles f Harness , [ OPPOSITE HOTEL OX THE HILL. ] Manufacturer and Dealer In SADDLES , HARNESS , . BRIDLES , COLLARS , BRUSHES , COMBS , WHIPS. Stock Saddles , Cow-Boy out fits , and Spurs. R. H. HAMILTON. NEW MEAT MARKET ! Chas. H. DUNGAN , / DEALER IN Fresh f Salt Meats * OF ALL KINDS. UUKKK or Ham and Breakfast Bacon. Pnre Lard of oar own rendering. Highest cat-h price paid for Hldi-s Fun. of all kind...

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 — 5 June 1884

McCooK WEEKLY TRIBUNE VOLUME II. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JUNE 5 , 1884. . NUMBER 1. BUSJNESS DIRECTORY. UNITKDSTATES LAND OFFICE McCook , Nebraska. 0. L. LAWO , 2cEitcr. C. F. UABCOSE , 2cel7cr. Omen Houits : Vroin ' . ) A. M. to 12 M. , and 1 to 4 P. M. , mountain time. J. E. COCII11AN , ATTORNEY AT LAW , MeCOOZ , 2ED WILLOW COU1TT7 , 1TEB. Practice in any Courts of the state and ICau- fias , and the Kwernmcnt Land Oillce of this District , and before the Land ncpurtmont at Washington. Satisfaction jnmranteed , and terms reasonable. Oiliee 1st door smith of tlie U. S. Land Olliee. 2-28. JENNINGS & STA11BUCK , ATTORNEYS AT LAAV , McCooK , - - NEBRASKA. Will clve special attention to the practice of law , and making collect IOIIK. C-Sf Olllci ! SccoiulblHcknorth of depot , 2 doors north G reen'udruK store. % - ' ! . JOHN A. LEE , % ] \TERCHANT TAILOR , McCooK , : : NEBRASKA. it and Workmanship guaranteed. | Alss agent f rtlie Wheeler & Wilson JSewin...

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 — 5 June 1884

THE TEIBUNE. F. M. & E. M. K1MMKLI , , Pubs. McCOOK , i i NEB THE STATE IN BRIEF. There are five murderers in the Douglas county Jail , awaiting trial at the term of district court which opens next week. These are Qazolo ( indicted ) , Snell ( Indicted ) , Schreiber ( Indicted ) , Keys and Henry. The building boom at Wahoo is said to have become a veritable epidemic. Ev erybody nearly is affected by it. Confidence men at Omaha snatched the pocketbook of W. H. Buttolph , en route to Iowa , getting-away with $67. The thieves made good their escape without parting with the booty. Mrs. Martha Reynolds , of Unadilla , .has been adjudged insane by a competent commission and sent to the state asylum. Mrs. Reynolds has three children , aged about eighteen months , four and seven years respectively , and she had repeatedly made threats to Kill them. Jack Kinney , a colored rough of Omaha , on Sunday last , shot Pat Mehan because he jostled the former off the cross- walk. Doctors say the ...

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 — 5 June 1884

WITH THK TIDE. "We rowed one day along the rippling river , Past quiet fields and meadows low and green , We watched tlie sunlight on the water quiver , Till both were daxzled with its golden sheen. 'We left the city's busy bum behind us , And , whore pale willows drooped on eltber'sldc , " "We , smiling , said that care could never Qnd us , While down the stream we floated with the tide. The little bird * sang softly In the willows , The fragrance of the lily floated up ; rocked the boat and sent out tiny billows - lows To wake the fairies sleeping In its cup. Wetho't that life could never more be dieary , The summer sunshine smiled so Warmly down , That wo forgot bow human hearts grow weary And die beneatb the winter's chilling frown. - i To-day once more 1 rowed along the river , The game pale , willows drooped on either ' ffcide , ' The b'irds'low music made my sad heart quiver , As there-alone I floated with the tide. [ Chicago Inter-Ocean. A WIFE'S CHARM. Vrom the Philadelphia...

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 — 5 June 1884

The Tribune F. M. & E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. SUBSCRIPTION : $2 PER YEAR INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. OUR BIRTHDAY. WITH this issue THE TRIBUNE enters upon the third year of its journalist } existence. "When the present manage ment took the helm , last fall , little o no rhetoric was wasted in making prom ises , but they went to work with th secret determination to make THE TRIBUNE a journal in which its readers as well as its editors might take prid a paper in harmonious keeping witl the importance of the town and county , By reason of the patronage given us we have been enabled to enlarge the paper and to make a number of needed im provements , among which we tak pleasure in mentioning the Irnprovcc Prouty Cylinder Press with which this office has recently been equiped. In addition , the Job Department has been considerably enlarged to accommodate the demands in that direction. Th same rule and spirit will govern THE TRIBUNE as heretofore. Hoping th coming year may be ...

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 — 5 June 1884

The Tribune Thursday , June 5th , Indicates that your subscription to Tin : X TnniUNH lias expired , and Unit an invita 1 tion to renew the Baino le extended. TO OTJE ADVERTISERS. All locals under this heading lOc.n line for each Insertion , und same inserted until order ed discontinued , unless time is specified. Hills payable monthly. Local Intelligence. Graham Flour at City Bakery. Chickens wanted at the City Market. All kinds of blanks kept for sale at this office. For the best Flour in town call at City Bakery. Fresh fish every Tuesday and Friday at City Market. , McCook now sports a building and loan association. If you want cheap pork call'at John Farley's meat market. Blank notes , neatly bound , 50 in a book , for sale at this office. A lime house is the latest addition to H. W. Pike's'lumber yard. Highest cash price paid for hides , furs and pelts at City Market. The very choicest cuts of ham , beef , pork and mutton at the City Market. Ten sections of land ( desert land b...

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 — 5 June 1884

SUNSHIXK COMES TO-MORROW. Home -days must bo dark and dreary , Some lives must bo full of gloom , Some hearts of their cares must weary , Till they long for rest In the tomb. Some eyes must grow dim .from weeping While others are glad and bright , Some wake while others are sleeping Care-free , until morning light. O.'well for the hearts which sorrow , That the longed-for f est draws near , And well that the sun to-morrow May Bhlne on the paths nowdrear. . Therearc sunny Isles in mid-ocean , Where the myrtle and orange bloom , Unheeding the wild commotion , Or.the depths which no stars illume. As those isles to the shipwrecked mortal Tossed about on the ocean's crest , So the entrance to Heaven's portal Tells only of endless rest. -Lilfa N. Cushman. A GRASS WIDOW. " - " " * Mrs. Cleather was by far the pretti est and generally the most attractive among the whole army of grass wid > OWB 'to be found in gay and gidd ] Nynee Tal , the hill station of the N W. P. India. Naturally , a...

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 — 5 June 1884

THE CROP OUTLOOK. Proapects of the Wheat Crop as Shown by Wide Correspondence. The first crop report for the season of the Miller's National association has been prepared. The report IB compiled from replies sent by over 3,000 correspondents in various parts of the country to inquiries made ten days ago bv the secretary of the association. The report lg the most com plete of any yet published , and may be counted OH reliable as It Is possible to get auch a one. It is collected not for publica tion , bqt solely for the use of the members or the association , who object to giving it to the _ press. It ia hard to say whether it can be construedasa "bear" reportora "bull" report. Certain it is that from all quarters the most flattering accounts of the condition of both winter and spring wheat come , but " " > aggregate reports dbcloso a scarcity of wheat in the country that had not been dreamed of. They show that In every scc- uon the mills are short of wheat Instead of having a surp...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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