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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 4 March 1886

' - THETRIBUNE. . F. M. &E. BI. K1MMKIX , Pub * . MoCOOK , NEB IOOHHMHMKM OVER THE STATE. ' 1 PLEAD NOT GUILTY. " "John W. ' Lauer , you are charged with murder in the first degree , " said Judge Neville with im pressive dignity in the district court yester day. " 1 plead not guilty , " resp'onded the pris oner in a low but perfectly distinct voice as lie looked tho judge fairly in the eye. It had become noised about early in the day that Laucr was to be arraigned and at two o'clock the court room was crowded with interested spectators. A few minutes after ! i o'clock the doors were thrown open and the prisoners were brought in by the deputy sheriffs. Erect , nonchalant and apparent ly defiant inarched John W. Lauer rtt the head of the file. He was attired in a well fitting suit of black clothes , and his spot less linen , neat cravat and highly polished shoes presented a strange contrast to the apparel of his fellow prisoners. With his head high in the air and looking straight ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 4 March 1886

RECONSTRUCTION OF TILE A'AVT. Wliat the House Committee Has Decided in . , Regard to the Natter. The members of the ho use committee on naval affairs hold an informal meeting , nt which the question of rehabilitation of the navy was discussed and , an interchange ol views on the subject was had. So far as can be learned ic was the unanimous opin ion of those present that the navy should be reconstructed. The committee will meet to-morrow and will probably agree upon a report which will be presented to the house without delay. The recommendations will involve the expenditure of eight or ten mil lion dollars. They will recommend the completion of the monitors already begun , and a liberal appropriation for naval ord nance ; they will advise thu construction ol from fifteen to twenl.y torpedo boats , and a large expenditure for torpedots , and will . provide for the construction of BIX or seven Hteol belted cruisers of 5.000 to 0,000 tons. These cruisers are to be the main reliance of ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 4 March 1886

F.1M. & E. M. KIMMELL Editors and Publishers. THE President's long and elaborate message to the senate in answer to the Edmunds resolution , appeared in yes terday's Journal and is the most respec table document issued by Mr. Cleveland since his candidacy for President began. The Journal , as it has heretofore indica ted , i-s of the opinion that the President rightly apprehends his discretionary powers'and that while the senate may with propriety request such papers and documents as may throw light upon his reasons for making a change in federal officers during vacation , or at other times , the President has the right to re fuse to transmit them if lie sees' fit to do so. Under the constitution and the tenure ofoffice law as it was modified under Grant , the executive has discretion to remove any federal officer whose appoint ment is in his hands , and an executive ( ir judicial officer cannot be brought to 1-ook for the exercise of his lawful dis rretion except rjy way of imp...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 4 March 1886

frifap , Thursday , March 4. 1886. Indicates thiit your subscription to thiK paper HAS K.p-niKii , and Unit ti coiillal invitation is extended to callund renew the same. Subscription. $2 per year. Local Intelligence. Immigration is on the wing. Fresh candy at the City Bakery. K. 31. Brickcy & Co. for clothing. City Drug Store. Cliencry & Stiles. Xow does March ( not ) come in like a lamh. to \ \ . W. Palmer for your harness. Scale books for sale and in stock at this office. K. M. Brickcy & Co. are sacrificing overcoats. If yon want a superior letter file. call at this office. Dr. Collins , the dentist , 'guarantees satisfaction. The largest line of fine cigars at the City Drug Store. Xew curtain scrim and new ironds at Wileox & Fowler's. A full line of hardware , stoves and tinware at C. D. Palmer's. SFiMnody& Winter. City Dairy , for pure and wholesome milk. Baled hay at Fry & Snow's Hour and feed store on Main Avenue. Go to E. M. Brickcy & Co. for hon e...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 4 March 1886

LYRICS OF HIGH CULTURE. , DOMESTIC EPISODE. "You've ceased to love me , John , ' I fear , A.great change has come over you ; Fou do not sit beside me , dear , And hug me as you used to do ! "You used to - hair praise-my eyes , my , 1 And often kissed my lips and brow When we sat on one rocking-chair Dear John , why don't you do so now ! "You used to call me your delight , f Said you were proud my love to win , And kept me at the gate at night Vill ma would come and call me in. "You called me then your ownest own , Your popsy pet , you did , you know ; That happy time fa past and gone Ah , dearest , what has changed you so ? " John laid his paper on his knee. And hove a sigh , and said : "I fear Whatever changes there may be You've brought about yourself , my dear. "Thismuch , at least , you must confess : Whene'er my visits I would pay , You did not meet me In the dress In which you'd been at wo k all day. "Your hair was not In paper curls , Your slippers flapplnsr on your feet ; Yo...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 4 March 1886

' Handwriting. Wo liavo a rig it-haiidcd Avriting to bo written with a centrifugal motion , in ono direction , across the page from left to right , a writing which tnxes the weak muscles of the hands , and which takes four or five times ns long as is necessary for the rcprc- hentation of a word , as is shown by stenog raphers , who write as fast as a person can speak. In view of tho increase of writer's cramp due to the extraordinary amount of writing to bo done by bookkeepers , book- writers , teachers and savants , it was sug gested that a new method of writing should be intelligently discussed and one inau gurated that should bo less elaborate , less taxing upon the small and weak muscles of the hand ; a handwriting in which the let ters can be formed as in phonography , dis connected , not requiring such precise and complicated notions to make them legible , and which can be written from nbovo downward , from right to left or left to I right , us one may choose. Pompeclan Decora...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 4 March 1886

CITY x BAKERY. A , PROBST "PROPRIETORS. \VE KEEP ON HAIfP BREAD , PEES & CAKES , GRAHAM BREAD. Cakes Made on Order , ROOM 1 n connection where you can pet coffee , sand ivichcs , pies , etc. , at all hours. LAND-OFFICE BLANKS In ordering , give ollice number and title ol blank , with ( puantity of each blank wanted. 1'ut only one blank on a line to avoid mis takes. Q5p ° 3roney mast invariably accom pany the order. Address McCOOK , NEHUASKA. CEccNo. Title efBlMi. 2cr Per E"c : . Euircd. APPLICATIONS TO F.NTKIt. 4-007 Homestead Law 15 Cts. , 4-00 ! Timber-Culture " - - Law 15 AFFIDAVITS. 4-002 Non-Mineral If. Cts. , .00 4-075 Timber Culture Entrr. . . ! . * " . .00.W 4-OfE5 Homestead Entry. . . . " . . . . 15 " .IK 4-Otfl Commutation , Hii 15 " .1)0 ) 4-070 Final , Homestead 15 " .00 4-072 Contest , Homestead i" . " 2.IK1 4-0X ) Contest , Timber Culture. 25 " X'.OO xoTicr.s. 4-047 Tor Publication 15 Cts. , Si 4-4548 Hd Int. to Prove Up. . . . 15 " UK ) 4-454 ! ) Pre-E. . . . . .1...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 11 March 1886

- . „ i V w - "X--/ : ' " v'V' ' ' * " * ! ' ' 7- " ? " ' ' ' ' ' * ' - ' ' - > - . - ' ' - c * , .iV 1 - " " * - . - . " " : , . ' ' _ ; / ' . - - , ' , i % " " > - . ' - . - " , . i - v " * - ' - - ' " * * ' " ' ' * k VOLUME IV. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MARCH 11 , 1886. NUMBER 41. MRS. L. LOWM LEAVE ABOUT MARCH 1st FOR THE EASTERN MARKETS FOR THE PURPOSE OF BUYING THE BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF s and Clothi EVER SHOWN IN THIS MARKET. FOR THE NEW GOODS AND SEE THE NEW PRICES. C. K. LAWS ON , DEALER IN : V STUDEBAKER WAGOS ; PLOWS , Etc. McCOOK , NEBRASKA. F. L. McCRAQKEN , I THR ONLAY ij COMPLETE STOSK ; . -IN THE WEST , AND f * AT THE : * 3 1 f- PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO THE OF FhN'E AND COMPLI CATED WATCHES. ENGRAVING 'FREE. MeCOOK , NHBRABKA. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE McCOOK , NEBRASKA. 5. L. LAWS , 2cgitcr. C. F. BABCOCZ , Ecccivcr. OFFICE HOURS : From 9 A. M. to 12 M. , and 1 toI P. M. , mountain time. COCHRAN & HELM , Att...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 11 March 1886

TRIBUNE. St. & E , M. , Pnbx. McCOOK. NEB OVER THESTATE. _ C"I SUGGESTIONS TO FARMERS. As wearecon- - IS etantly receiving inquiries from parties de siring to know.our opinion as to the future ? prices of the different cereals , and pros- K" pectivcdemand for each , andNvhat-will like ly be the most remunerative kind to plant the coming season , etc. , we take this means of not only answering these inquiries , but also of giving our ideas to all who may be interested in such matters , which , of course , are of very great importance directly or in directly to nearly all branches of trade. The present "low price of wheat will no doubt have a tendency to reduce the acre age planted of this grain quite materially lor 1886. Then if there results a partial failure in Europe , and also in sections of this country , quite an advance of present- prices would easily bo obtained , especially since tho present light stock in our country will nearly all bo exported or consumed a"t liome bef...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 11 March 1886

. THE RIEL ZSSUE RAISED. An Ottawa dispatch says : Mr. Laundry , of Mont Magny , has put the following no- . tico ot a motion on the prder. calendar for Friday next : "That this house feels it its duty to express its deep regret that the vsentencc of death passed upon Louis Reil , convicted of high treason , was allowed to be carried into execution. " Itm understood that the motion is being made at the insti gation of tho government who are said to IDC courting defeat on this issue. r ZEGISLATJCTJS HEWS AND NOTES. „ A. Record of Proceedings in Jloth Uranshe * oftlte U. S. Congress. HOUSE , Feb. 27. Immediately npon as sembling , tho house , under the previous order , went into committee of the whole for general debate on the state of tho union. Mr. Chandler submitted an argument against the suspension of silver coinage and contended that there was no sound basis for the prediction made by tho "gold bugs" that the continued coinage of silver would have tho effect of driving gold out ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 11 March 1886

ess-.sc : F. M. & E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers , TWO OF A KIND. Our motto : "Tell the truth. The Hastings Democrat. The profoundest depths of theology fathomed here. The Devil. THE cash receipts of the McCool Land Office are the largest of an } ' Lam Office in the state. A NEWSPaPER will shortly be issuec from Yuma. Colo. , by Fred S. Probst late of the Minden Democrat. THE McCook Democrat and the Indi anola Courier have formed a you-tickle me-and ' combination - I'11-tickle-you which is quite amusing indeed to th outsider. WE get it , sub rosa , that a collectioi was taken up , last week , at Culbertson for the benefit of Morse of the Trenton Kegistcr , and that Morse will immediate ly purchase the requisite linen for hi annual chance of nether garments. CONGRESSMAN PERKINS of Bleeding Kanpas thinks that , "when God in Hi inscrutable providence permitted th democratic part } ' to secure control o the destinies of this nation , He made . great mistake. " Granted.it' .M...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 11 March 1886

Thursday , March n , 1886. Indicates that your subscription to this Diaper HAS EXfiriKii , tind Unit a corditil nvltatlon is extended to call and renew tho same. Subscription , &J per year. Local Inielligen c e. Fresh candy at the City , Bakery. K. 31. Brickey & Co. for clothing. City Drug Store. Chenery & Stiles. Gp to W. W. Pnliuor for your harness. : -2-tf. Scale books for Palo and in stock at this office.- E. 31. Brickc } & Co. arc .sacrificing overcoats. If you want a superior letter file , ( Tail at this office. The largest line of fine cigars at the City Drug Store. Xew curtain scrini and new goods at Wilcox & Fowler's. A full line of hardware , stoves anil tinware at C. D. Palmer's. HPMoody & Winter , City Dairy , for pure and wholesome milk. Baled hay at Fry & Snow's flour and feed store on 31ain Avenue. ( jo to J-3. M. Brickey & Co. for hon est goods and lowest prices. The 31ctropolitan drug store keeps a full line of fancy box papers. ' .Br...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 11 March 1886

SKATING. Bright the silvery star rays glisten O'er the meads , asleep in suow , And the pines , that leau and listen To the river's rythinic flow , How our glad hearts leap and lighten "When the winy air we feel , As upon the bank we tighten To our feet the pleamhur steel ! Then , while song , in thrilling chorus , Wakes the forest arches gray , Down the shimmering stretch before us We're away ! Clinging beech leaves , growing crlsper With each clear-skied frosty night , Gossip now , in laughing whisper , Glory in ouc-suiluen iHgbt. Do they dream in trust how tightly As we speed our hands entwine f Do they note In love how brightly 'When our eyes meet , here outshine ! Do they see the blushes stealing O'er the softly rounded cheek * Can they sound the depths of feellm * When I speak ? Backward Wow her tiny tippet's Tassels as we dash along. And her happy heai t lets slip its Joy in oulcuec of song How my longinjr brcasHs smitten By her eyes that beam with will Is it strange I aut th...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 11 March 1886

J There a Curefor Coiiauikptlon ? We answer unreservedlv , yes ! If thepa tient commences in time the use ol Dr. Pierce'a-"Golden Medical Discovery , " and cxercisesjiroper care. If allowed to run its course too long nil medicine is powerless to stay it. Dr. Pierce never deceives a patient by holding out a false liope for the sake of pecuniary gain. The "Golden Medical Dis- cpYBgy lias cured thousands of patients wuelrnotlrirr else seemed to avail. Your f. druggist has it. Send two stamps for Dr. Pierce's complete treatise on consumption with numerous testimonials. Address World's Dispensary Medical Association. Buffalo , N.Y. -Electrician Edison runs no risks in getting married again. lie is very deaf. Dr. Pierce's "Pellets" the original "Lit- tie Liver Pills" ( sugar-coated ) cure sick and bilious headache , sour stomach , and bilious attacks. By druggists. Minnie Maddcrn , the charming actress , is a poetess , but never writes topical songs. Thousands of women bless the day on wh...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 11 March 1886

GITY- BAKERY. ST & BEO , ST PROPRIETORS. WE KEEP ON BREAD , PIES & CAKES , GRAHAM BREAD. Cakes. Made'on Order. ROOM In connection where you can get coffee , sand wiches , pies , etc. , at all hours. LAND-OFFICE BLANKS In ordering , give oflice number and title of blank , with quantity of each blank wanted. Tut only one blank on a line to avoid mis takes. G& Money must invariably accom pany the order. Address OPS.lJd U JSTIE5 , HcUOOK , XEBHASKA. 02s Us. Titlocf Blank. Per ? cr Hwdrsi. APPLICATIONS TO KXTEK. 4-007 Homestead Law 1.1 ct . , -1.25 4-QOfl Timber-Culture Law 15 1.25 AFFIDAVITS. t 4-002 Non-MIneriil 13Cts. , $1.00 4-073 Timber Culture Entry. . . l.'i " 1.00 I-OC1 Homestead Entry 15 " 1.00 4-OC.n Commutation , Hd 15 " 1.00 4rfl70 Final. Homestead ; 15 " 1.00 4-07J Contest , Homestead 25 " 2.00 4-ODO ContestTiraberCxilture. 25 " 2.00 NOTICKS. 4-347 For Publication , 15 Cts. . 31.00 4-iI8 Hd Int. to Prove Up. . . )5 v J.OO 4-349 Pre-E. ' " . . . ,15 ; " 1.00 PROOF...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 18 March 1886

* * S > W5 ' * -si - v'r&ir'rZ - . , Z F. t . * ' " ' * " * * " - - * . * , * * * _ / ? rV * * . V * * ) * " " " " * * > * * . " . ' - , x " , . , . 8f V'i,4 > - fe1 ' ' ' " " " , J" - v VOLUME IV. ' McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MARCH 18 , 1886. NUMBER 42. I I NOW RECEIVED A GREAT SHARE OF OUR STOCK AMD CAN SHOW YOU THE ONLY REAL ASSORTMENT OF Dress Goods , Notions , Fancy Goods , Laces , Robes , Linens , Napki Underwear , Ladies9' Shoes , Corsets , Etc. , in the Eepublican Valley. Men's , Boy's and Children's Clothing Beady-Made , or to Order , in-the Latest Shapes , ! aps , Neckwear , Furnishings , Etc. , in the Best Styles are the Leaders in Variety of Goods , Low Prices and Best B H AND C. K. LAWSON , -DEALER IN = /T / PH CQ CQO tr1 o 0 ? I 1 f I o < : td tr1o H STOVE : \M \ $ i STUDEBAKER WAGOS l , PLO yfS ? Etc. McCOOK , NEBRASKA. F. L. McCRAGKEIN , Watciinia THR ONLY 00MPLBTE ST00K IN THE WEST , AND AT THE ffiwEST PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAI...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 18 March 1886

- THETEIBUNE. . F. M. & E. M. K13OIKIX , Fubfl. McCOOK , NEB OVEB THE STATE. "NEVER KILLED BUT ONE INJUN. " Henry Robinson is an ex-soldier. He claims to be the first colored man who ever enlisted in the army. Years ago lie joined Company A , Twenty-fourth infantry , under Capt. Lewis. He was honorably discharged two months ago from his regiment at Ft. Nio- brara , and came to Omaha to draw his back pay. Tire surplus earnings of seven teen years'servicehavegone in two months , and yesterday ho called on Judge Stenberg . and asked for the arrest of a man whom he alleges has § 5 of his money. When Robin son outlined his story the judge said : . "And so you're Henry Robinson ? " "Yes , hah , " replied Henry. "An old soldier ? " "Yes , snh. " "How much money did you have when yon came to Omaha- "Iliad free hundred and sebenty-fo' dol- lahs. " "And it's all gone ? " ' 'Oh , no , yo' honah ; 'taint all gone. ] lies snbcd one dollah. " "I Hiippose you drank it all up. You've been . " d...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 18 March 1886

JVEIFS > * X1 > NOTES. A Record of Proceedings in JJoth Mrancliet oftlie tT. S. Congress. SENATE , March 6. The senate was not in BCFsion , having adjourned from Friday un til Monday. HOUSE , March 6. Immediately upon as- Bembling the house went into committee of -jK wholo on the state of tho union for general debate. Mr. Millard addressed the committee on the silver question. Mr. Rowell submitted an argument in opposi tion to the suspension of silver cninageand in favor of the double standard of value. . Neither business honesty nor commercial necessity > requh-ed a suspension of silver coinage. Such suspension would result in n great shririknge of values. It would be in the interest of the stron-j against the weak , and amount to a crime. Other speeches in opposition to tho suspension of silver coin age were made by Messrs. Peelo of Arkan sas , Lo Fevre of Ohio , Glass of Tennessee , and Toole of Montana. The committee then rose and the house adjourned. SENATE , March 8. ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 18 March 1886

F. M.&E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. THEORETICALLY Cleveland is great in the matter of veracity , but practical ly he is very sho'rt. It was easy enough , perhaps , for Grover to telegraph , "Tell the truth. " but it seems to be a difficult thing indeed for him to practice the virtue. WK take great pleasure indeed in noting the strong sentiment existing fa vorable to Uro. A. E. Powers of the Frontier County Faber for representa tive to Succeed W. Z. Taylor. Powers is a man of honor , character and of ca pability , and is withal just such a man as THE TRIBUNE would be happy to . sen. fill the place. THE flourishing little city of Creston seems to be the banner prohibition city of Iowa. Prohibition is prohibiting there and the business men claim that they are enjoying such prosperity as that city has never seen. They are now receiving into their coffers , the § 300- , 000 which the saloon men have hereto fore annually gathered into their pock ets , and for which the city ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 18 March 1886

Thursday , March 18,1886. Indicates that your subscription to this paper HAS KXPIRKD. and thiit a cordial invitation is extended to call and renew the same. Subscription , $2 per year. Local Intelligence. Fresh candy at the'City Bakery. E. 1U. Brickcy & Co. for clothing. City Drug Store. Chenery & Stiles. Cultivators below cost at Lytle Bros. o to WW. . Palmer for your harness. " 32-tf. Scale books for sale and in stock at this office. - , E. M. Brickey & Co. are sacrificing overcoats. If you want a superior letter file , call at this office. The largest line of fine cigars at the City Drug Store. If you want a first-class wagon cheap go to Lytle Bros. New curtain scrim and new goods at Wilcox & bowler's. A full line 3f hardware , stoves and tinware at C. D. Palmer's. 53T ° Moody Winter , City Dairy , for pure and wholesome milk. Baled hay at Fry & Snow's flour and feed store on Main Avenue. Go to E. M. Brickcy & Co. for hon est goods and lowest prices. The M...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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