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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 5 June 1884

GRAND OPENING Chicao General Store. 48 * IN OPERA BLOCK THURSDAY , MAY 29th ! the Largest and Most Complete Stock West of Lincoln , consisting of Staple and Fancy 00 Millinery , Feathers and Flowers , HATS , CAPS , CLOTHING , Carpet , Oil Cloth , Boots and Shoes. f * STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES ! eROSKEfiY AED 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. Jos. MENARD , Proprietor , McOOOK - - NEBRASKA. Saddles i Harness , [ OETOSITE 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 KIXDS. CUKEK OF Ham and Breakfast Bacon. Pnrc Lard of our own rendering. Highest cash price paid for Jlldcs , Fur...

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 — 12 June 1884

OK WEEKLY TRIBUNE VOLUME III. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JUNE 12 , 1884. NUMBER 2. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES LAXD OFFICE McCook , Nebraska. 0. L. LAWS , Beglrtcr. C. P. BAECOCn , Sceolvcr. OKPICU HOURS : From ! ) A. M. to'i \ M. , ami 1 to 4 P. M. , mountain tinio. * J. JO. CO CII11 AN , ATTORNEY AT LAW , UCC002 , 2ED V7ILLOW COU1TT7 , 1IE3. Pracllcu in imy Courts ol' the htnto ninl ICiui- siis , mid tlio Kovcriunciit I.uml Olllco of this District , and bel'oro tlio Land Department at. WiuOiltiKtoii. .Sutlsl'aetion fruuninlped , and turuiK rciujomUle. Oflico Jhtdoor swuth of the U. S. Lund Ollic . --8. JENNINGS & STAKBUCK , ATTORNEYS AT LAW , MCCOOK - - . , NEBRASKA. Will Klvc hpcclnl attention to tliu practice of law , _ and making collections. 1 C5 ? 0111ee Second blwcknorlli of depot , 2 doorn nortli Green's drug store. 2vK. .JOHN A. LEE , MERCHANT TAILOR , MCCOOK , : : NEBRASKA. JSTTit and Workinanship guaranteed. AIs0 agent fur the Wheeler &a...

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 — 12 June 1884

THE TEIBXJKE : F. M. & E. M. McCOOK , NEB ALL OYEK THE STATE. Fifty buildings arc in. process of con struction or contracted for at Cedar Rapids. Two young lads in Boone county , eight and twelve years old respectively , drove one of their father'scows to town and sold the animal for $25. The owner turned up soon after , recovered tbe property and took tbe boys to the parental roof , where it Is presumed they underwent suitable chas tisement. John. S. McCormick , ono of" Omaha's oldest find most respected citizens , was suddenly stricken by apoplexy on Saturday last , and .at this writing his death is hourly expected. Bit The Madison creamery was started up last Monday. The company has the promise of the cream from 500 eows for a start , and will add to this number as fast as possible. They are paying 13 cents a de gree for cream , and gather it themselves. John Qaincy Adams lives at Madi son where he follows the honorable if not lucrative calling of town herdsman. Mr. Severn Mo...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 12 June 1884

. SUMMER DAYd HATK COME. The summer days have come , dear , I'll toll you bow I know ; Amidst the dandellonod grass "White headft begin to show ; -And as I Bat with book Intent Last night , it came to pass -A. big Juno beetle came to warm His feet beside my gas. Ho dropped down In a shriveled heap ; I stabbed him with my pen , And laid a book upon his corpse To hold him down , and then I turned to write a letter To a friend ' 'about my age , ' ' And ere my first apology "Was half way down the page , "Full twenty bugs had come to see What kept their comrade so. They lifted up "Poetic Gems" And brought him forth , and lol He straightened out his broken legs , Unfurled hie singed wings , Humped up his flattened backandslruck The strain the Juno bug sings. "Then sang they all about my ears And drove mo from the room ; And by these presents do 1 know That summer dayshavo come. [ Barbara Moss. PIONEER PLUCK. 33ow Mrg. McShane Defended Her Home Against Savages. Jiocky Mountain News. Ninete...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 12 June 1884

The Tribune F. M. & E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. SUBSCRIPTION : $2 PER YEAR INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOIl PRESIDENT , JAMES G. ELAINE , OF MAINE. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT , JOHN A. LOGAN , OF ILLINOIS. Republican State Convention. The republican electors of the state of Ne braska , are Invited to send delegates from the several counties to meet in convention at Omaha , Wednesday , August 27th , 1881 , at 10 o'clock , A. M. , for the purpose of placing In nomination candidates for live presidential electors. Also , for Governor , Lioutcimnt-Gov- crnor. Secretary of State , State Treasurer , Auditor of Public Accounts , Commissioner of Public Lands and Buildings , Superintendent Public Instruction , Attorney General , and such other business as may be presented to the convent ion. The counties given below arc entitled to rep resentation as follows being based upon the vote cast for J. M. Iliatt , Regent of the Uni versity , giving one delcgatc-at-lar...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 12 June 1884

The Tribune Thursday , June i2th , 1884 Indicates 11ml your subscription to Tin X miiUNi ; lnis expired , and Unit an hivltu lion to renew theBUIIIO is extended. TO OTJK ADVERTISERS. All locnln under this heading lOc. u Unit i'oi each Iiibortlon , und HIIIIIO Iiiherted until order ed discontinued , unless time IB Hpecilled. Hlllu puyablo 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. If you want cheap pork call at John Farley's meat market. Leave orders for Chicago Daily Times at Postofiice News Stand. Blank notes , neatly boundi)0 , 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 and sec the Kate Grcenaway's of McCook , the evening of the 19th , at the Oper...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 12 June 1884

JUBILEE HYMN. Almighty god of nations hear Ourgratoful song of praise , "Which now with heart slncero.wo raise , For Thy redeeming grace. ' * i J > 4 Savior , Thou didst on earth appear To fcave a ruined world ; Dlds'tdioon Calvary-'s tugged hill To bless with peace untold. Spirit , divine , 'tis Thou that leads The wandering sons of men To Christ , the sinner's only hope. For pardon , peace and Heaven. HalU Triune God , the Three In One , One undivided three. To Thee with grateful heart wo raise Our song of jubilee. Ye beasts that roam In deserts wild , And fowls that throng the groves , Ye fish that sweep the stormy deep , Make known how Jesus loves. Waves , winds and hurricanes declare , Spread forth His mighty power ; Sun , moon and stars , with all Heaven's host Join in this gladsome hour. Hay we , the sons of Adam's host , When all our toils are o'er , Join with the blood-washed , happy throng , On the eternal shore. Detroit Free Press. MAB'S KEEPSAKE. Mab and I had been id...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 12 June 1884

AT WASHINGTON. \ But Little Business Transacted in Congress During the Past Week. 4 Most ot the Members Being al " Chicago in Attendance Upon the Convention. Action in the House Looking to Finnl Adjournment-Miscellaneous Wash ington Matters. CONGRESSIONAL. SENATE. MONDAY , June 2. Mr. Sherman pre sented a memorial request from the board of directors of the Cincinnati Industrial ex- posion for an appropriation of $25,000 to aid in the work or the exposition. A number of bills , being unobjectcd to , were passed , including the following : The house bill fixing the rate of postage on mail matter of the second class , when sent by persons other than publishers or news agents. HOUSE. The fallowing resolutions were pre sented by Stockslager : Calling on the sec retary of the interior for the name of all persons with whom contracts have been made for furnishing Indian supplies ; also a resolution calling on thu secretary of war for similar information relative to army sup plies. By Eldrid...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 12 June 1884

GRAND OPENING Chicao General Store. OPERA BLOCK THURSDAY 9. MAY 29th ! The Largest and Most Complete Stock West of Lincoln , consisting of Staple and Fancy Millinery , Feathers and Flowers , HATS , CAPS , GLOTHING , Carpet , Oil Cloth , Boots and Shoes. . STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES ! BEOgKEIiY ADD 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. Jos. MENAKD , Proprietor , MoGOOK NEBRASKA. Saddles [ 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. NEW MEAT MARKET. Chas. H. DUNGAN , DEALER IN Fresh f Salt M OF ALL KINDS. LTKEU OF Ham and Breakfast Bacon. Pure Lard of ojr own rendering. Highest cash price paid for Hides , FIII > of all kinds , and Pelts. One door we...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 19 June 1884

OK WEEKLY TRIB VOLUME III. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JUNE 19 , 1884. NUMBER 3. ' BUSINESS DIRECTORY. UNITED STATIC LAND OFFICE McCook , Nebraska. 0. L. LA773 , 2csitcr. C. F. BAECOCH , Itscsivcr. 4 OFKICI : llouits : Fnini .I A. > I. to J2 M. , and " 1 to-ll * . 31. , mountain time. J. M. COCIIKAX , ATTORNEY AT LAW , lIcGOOH , BED WILLOW COU1TI7 , USB. I'raotleo iifsmy Courts of Iliustiitcsuiil ICt sus , niirt the frnvoriiinont Land OiliciJ of this District , mid before tlio Laml Dcpurtiiicnt at Wiisliliifjion. Satisfaction KimrutiU'ud , ami terms reasonable. OHicc 1st doorswutli of the U. S. Land Ullice. ---H. JENNINGS & STA1113IJCK , ATTORNEYS AT LAAV , MCCOOK , - - NEBRASKA. Will Rh < ; Hjwliil utlciillun t < the pi.iclici ; or law , anil.makliiK collection * . tSfOlllcc Secomllilwclniorlli of ilcpt't- ' ui iiortl" " Green's drug store. - " - JOIIN A. LKE , MERCHANT TAILOR , MCCOOK , : : NEBRASKA. it sincl Wnrkmmisliip guaranteed. Alsw ascnt ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 19 June 1884

THE TEIBUNE. F. M. & E. M. K1MMKIX , Pubs. McCOOK , : ' i i iNEB STATE CONDENSATIONS. The sheriff of Johnson county has just overhauled * thief who stole three mules in that county last November and getaway away with them. lie was caught some where In northwestern Iowa , where helwas quietly living off the bounty of relatives. He had sold two of the mules and one of them had died. An attempt was made at Lincoln a few nights ago to chloroform Judge Mason , the Intention , no doubt , being robbery. It was discovered that chloroform In consid erable quantities had been thrown Into his room through a screen , the window being up and the blinds open. Luckily , the Judge was not in town on the evening named and his room and bed ware empty , otherwise the scheme of the villains might have proved serious. Major Sweet , inspecting officer of the Nebraska National Guards completed his inspection of Company "C"'at Beatrice last week. As usual , says the Beatrice Ex press , the company was ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 19 June 1884

PLANT A HOMK. Young beginners in life's morning , Don't forget the rainy day , Sunshine cannot last forever , Or the heart bo always gay. Save the dltno and then the dollar. Lay up something as your roam Choose some blooming spot of beauty , Some fair lot , and "plant a home. " You , too , who have babes around you , Coming up to take your place ; XJivo them somethingto remember , Homestead memories let them trace. Would you feel the pride of manhood , Let the sun your dwelling greet , Breathe the blessed air of freedom , Own the soil beneath your feet. "You , too , who perhaps have squandered Llfe'ri fair morn 'tis not too late ! 'Start at once to woo bright Fortune , Ball no more also-called fate. Sow the golden seeds of saving In the rich and quickening loam ; Spend your last diys not with strangers , Enter Heaven's gate from home. ANDRA BENAIR. "Auntie , I am going around the world ! " was Ward Arlington's sudden sand evidently startling announcement. "Why , Ward , what has put ...

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 — 19 June 1884

TheTribune . M. & E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. SUBSCRIPTION : $2 1'ER YEAR INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT , JAMJ-2S G. BLA1NE , OF MAINE- I'Oll VICE-PRESIDENT , JOHN A. LOGAN , OF ILLINOIS. BHO. POWEHS , we arc interested in knowing what has hccoinc of the "Fubcr. We have looked in vain for it these two or three weeks. THE McCook Tribune was two years old last Thursday und its a very lively "toddler" full of news , sharp and spicy. York Kepublican. THE McCook Tribune can be justly proud of its third birthday. It is one of the brightest , neatest , cleanest and best conducted of the many good papers in this state. Beatrice Express. IT has taken the journals of this commonwealth a good while "to take a tumble" to those Frenchman and Ben- kolmau canards. Such success ought to stimulate the wilcy c. p. to the at tainment of further literary honors. THE Republican urges upon its read ers throughout the state such action as will lead to the...

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 — 19 June 1884

The Tribune Thursday , June igth , i88.j. liidluiitfti that your subscription to Tin : x Tin HUNK Inis uxplruOt mul tlml nn Invilu- tlon to ruuow tlio SUINCla f.\lontlc < l , TO OUE ADVERTISERS. All lot-ill * under llis ! lieacliiij , ' lUc. iilinc lor i.'iicli Insertion , anil HIUIII' insert f l until onlor- cddlKuontlinicil , milesHtlino lHh | > culll < : il. Jlllltf monthly. Local Intelligence. Graham Flour at City Bakery. All kinds of blanks kept for sale at this ofiice. For the best Flour in town call at City Bakery. If you want cheap pork call at John Farley's meat market. .Strawberries 20 cents a quart at > Silver Moon Restaurant. Leave orders for Chicago Daily Times at Postofiice News Stand. Blank notes , neatly bound , HO in a book , for sale at this office. BORN To Mr. and Mrs.'G. R Ban- del , on Wednesday , June 18th. a son. G. "W. Foster is having an addition built to his residence on Monroe strc'ct The best , the cheapest and the largest dishes of Ice Cream ...

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 — 19 June 1884

A Sketch of the Republican Standard Bearer-Tho Early rife of u Great Man. From a Biographies ! Bkotcli written byT.C. Craw ford. James G. Elaine was born at Indian .barm , Washington county , Ponn- \th ? 8l3fc d o Jan"ary 1830. - ? evcry advantagc- had instructors and the advantngo of a preliminarv training school at Lancaster , O. , where helifcdwith his lelatives , the family of Thomas Ewinff , the then secretary of the treasurv He was brought into contact with politic * when a mere lad of 11. HewasgrX ated from the Washington University of western Pennsylvania in 1847 before he was quite 18. His college guardian was his uncle , John H. EwmgT a mem ber of congress. Mr. Blaine excelled as a student. There appears no period m his early life where he was not suc cessful. Indeedin accordance with ordinary rules , Mr. Blaine should have had much harder times to have brought out his powers. As a teacher for sev eral years he fastened his college ac quirements , while his subsequent ten ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 19 June 1884

* THE SMALL GRAIN. What the Hnrvent Shall Be o Foreshadowed - owed by Recent Ketnrns. T. W. Tallmadgc , Milwaukee , on the Oth , Issued his annual estimate on the spring and winter wheat , basing his calcu lations on reports Just received from the secretaries ot the state boards of agricul ture and statistical agents of the states named. His estimates are as follows : , Spring Wheatr-Mlnneuota , 38,000,000 bushels : Nebraska , 31,000.000 bushels ; Iowa , 28,000,000 bushels ; Dakota , 23,000- 000 bushels ; Wisconsin , 21,000,000 bushels. , Total , 141,000,000 bushels. Winter Wheat-California , 48,500,000 bushels ; Kansas , 34,600,000 ; Indiana , 33- 500,000 : Missouri , 32,500,000 ; Ohlo,30,500- 000 ; IllinolH. 30,500,000 ; Michigan , 30,000- 000 ; Pennsylvania , 23,000,000 ; Oregon , 10- 000.000 : New York , 14,000,000 ; Kentucky , 13,000,000 ; Maryland , 10,000,000 ; Tennes see , 10,000,000 ; Virginia , 7,000,000 ; North \ Carolina , 5.000,000 ; Texas. 5,000.- \ 000 ; West VUglnla ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 19 June 1884

GRAND OPENING 'Ct Chicago General Store. OPERA BLOCK THURSDAY , MAY 29th ! The Largest and Most Complete Stock West of Lincoln , consisting of Staiple and Fancy Millinery , Feather ; Flower HATS , CAPS , CLOTHING , Carpet , Oil Cloth , Boots and Shoes. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES ! SE06KERY AED GLASSWARE , And Everything Usually Carried in a First-Class Store. All are invited to inspect our goods and be convinced that they can Ibe suite'l in quality and prices that have not been heard of or seen west of any large city. COME AND COME ALL. Jos. MENARD , Proprietor , McCOOK NEBRASKA. Saddles l/Harnei / [ OPPOSITE HOTEL OK 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 DT Fresh OF ALL KIXDS. CCKKU OF Ham and Breakfast Bacon. Pure Lard of oar own rendering. Highest cash priec paid for Hides furs of nil kinds and l'elt &...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 26 June 1884

w McOooK WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME III. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JUNE 26 , 1884. NUMBER 4. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. _ _ U m ) STATES LAN 1)OFFICI ) McCook , Nebraska. C. L. LAWS , Eegictsr. C. F. 3A2C03E , Ecccivcr. OKKICI : Homis : From ! i A. M. to K M. , and I to 4 P. M. , mountain time. J. K CO CM 111 AN , ATTORNEY AT LAW , ileCOOE , BED WILLOW COU1IT7 , 1TEB. I'rauUco in any Courts of Hie .state and Ifan- MIH , and Hie government Land Oflieo of this District , and before Hie I.und Department at Wiishlnglon. Siitisl'nction guaranteed , and terms reasonable. Ollice J&t loorfeHiith ol the U. S. Land Olliue. ' . JKNN1NGS & STAKBUCK , ATTORNEYS AT LAW , MCCOOK , - - NEBRASKA. ' * Will slvc xpcil.il attention to the pr.ietlec of law , and Hulking collections. C5"OIIlrc Second black not th of depot , 2 doors north Uiucn'b rtriiK btore. 2-UJ. JOHN A. USE , MERCHANT TAILOR , MCCOOK , : : NEBRASKA. JJS ? Kit and Workinuiibhip guaranteed. Als agent f.u-the Wheele...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 26 June 1884

THE TRIBUNE. * " . M. & K. M. K1MMKLI , , 1'uliii. McCOOK , : ' ] } ] NEB BKIEFS ABOUT NEBRASKA. Robert Covin was drowned at Flor ence on Sunday last , while bathing. His companions bad missed him for some time and ( supposed he had gene home , but his clothing being found on the bank , tearch WM made which resulted In finding his dead body. The Lincoln Democrat says Judge Mason , who Is part owner of the well- known Alice mine , on Silver creek , Colorado rado , has just returned from his posses sions , and says they have a lode In sight for which ho advises to his partners the refusal of $50,000 , which has been made them. Mollie Brown , a woman of the town * , suicided in Omaha last week. The jury brought in a verdict of death from alcohol or an overdose of morphine. She was 21 years old and her parents reside In New York state. state.A A little child of Mr. Bundicks was bitten , in Buffalo county , by a rattlesnake the other day , and the presence of mind And bravery of Mrs....

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 26 June 1884

IT PAYS. It pays to wear a smiling face , And.Iaugh our troubles down , 3Tor a 1 our troubles wait Our laughter or our frown. Beneath the magic of a smile Our doubts will fade away , -As molts the frost in early spring Beneath the sunny ray. Tt pays to make a worthy cause , By helping It , our own ; "To give the current of our lives A true and noble tone. It pays to comfort heavy hearts , Oppressed with dull despair , -And leaves in sorrow darkened lives Our gleam of brightness there. It pays to give a helping hand To eager , oirnest youth ; "To note , with all their waywardness , Their courage and their truth ; "To strive , with sympathy and love , Their confidence to win ; 3t pays to open wide the heart And * Uet the simshlne in. " AnnaE. Treat. NO FLOWERS ON HIS GRATE. Unpleasant Grave In Brazil From Which a Veteran Story-Teller Escaped. 3miadelphla limes. "I turned out with my post and lielped decorate the graves of our brave boys , but I can't say that I put much heart in the b...

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