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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 11 October 1883

GliiZENS' SANK OF McGOOK -DOES A GKXKKAL BANKING BUSINES Collections mjide on all nccessiblo points. Drafts drawn directly on thu principal cities of Europe. Taxes paid for Xon-llesidents. 51onty to loan on Fanning Lands , Village undgcrsonal , " property. Fire Insurance a specialty. . Tickets for Sale to and from Europe , i .7. W.DOLAX , OFriCEES President. : A.i Vir > t Ketionul Hunk. Lincoln , Neb. V. Fit AN KLIN. Vlwi 1'rusltlent. tJtJi' 'Cha o Nhtionul Itanfr , Now York. W. F. WALLACE , Cashier. . HOCKNELL , . -ERQPIUETOttS. OF Tlin- ir il DEALERS. I LUMBER , . LIME.CEMENT , SASM , . DOORS , BLINDS &COAL , ' " ' - YARDS KcCook , ludian ola , Cambridge , . Arapahpc , . and Oxfordj , THE ; R , & M , PHAKMACT. GOMPBHTE I3SE OF * e Winvs and Licnwrs Strictly for PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED , EITHER DAK QE 2a Tansilfs Punchy Ameprca's Finest ? 5c. Cigar , JOHNSON , . MeGOOK.NBB3 ; great Wesieni Eurniiure Emporium. i .s. ' = , r W- J rl = - ° - " 8 s - C1 g K- O f §...

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 — 18 October 1883

VOLUME 2i WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , TKUBSDA.Y , OCT118 , 1883. NUMBER 20. Business Cards. I. J. STAB BUCK , A ttorney-at-La w > .McPOOK. - Will ; : Uo fMve ppeclftl Attention to l.c practice- law.will inking collcutlOMH. J 'OiHue a. : MiiU blockiiorth of depot , 2 doom r.ortlj - rocnilrup - < t.tr. JOHN A. LEE. Si Tit and "Workmanship Guaranteed' McC'm > "t. Nvfor. I : ! ! . 3'AGK T. ITU'ANCIS , County Surveyor. Red- Willow * ourvty. Kreps rertitlpd plat -of nil lAnrts li the HltciK-oek-hmd district. Special .ittftntioa jrivor. to .ill Mich business. CorrespumU'jieo solicu- ' ' ) . l.Mf. L. LEE JOriXSOX , 31. To. . Physician andi Surgeon. C.-iitiis l ' : iical Depsrssoai Udveislty VTeettsr. . OJflce In ri-nr of Citizen's Ennk. nliere he can. b * found -wla-u no : profionnlly c.ij JOIIX R COLLINS , Contractor and'BuHder. McCOOK. - - NEBRASKA. ra cheerfully pivcn on all kinds of nark. Bct of references. A&lrcas for the present hy mail. llyr. ( . GON&VOK& CLIFF , ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 18 October 1883

JUDGE NOT. -Judge not ; the workings of bis brain And of his heart thou canst not sec , What looks to thy dim eyes a stain , In God's pure light may only bo A scar brought from some well-worn field Where thou wouldst only faint and yield. The look , the air , that frets thy sight * ' May bo token that below The soul has closed In deadly fight With some infernal fiery foe Whose glance would scorch thy smiling grace. The fall thou darcst to despise , May be the angel's slackened hand Has suffered it , that ho may rise And take a firmer , surer stand , Or , trusting less to earthly things May henceforth learn to use his wings And judge none lost , but wait and sec * With hopeful pity , not disdain , The depth of the abyss may be The measure of the height of pain And love and glory that may raise This soul to God in after days. A TVTATT THAT SUCCEEDED. " sir " said Colonel "My only daughter , , onel Monteagle. "And , as I venture to hope , accomplished in the way. We are not much in the...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 18 October 1883

Old Style Firemen. Philadelphia Times. "Times ain't now what they used to be , " remarked one gray-bearded veteran , as he. turned his eyes , dimmed by looking at'many fires , upon the re porter who sat on tho-bench beside him. " 'Twas a bad day for Phil'delpy when them paid fellers got in. They ain't got the quickness 'atwc volunteers had. less me , you ortcr seed us breakin' along with that air hose-cart boundin' after us like a toy-wagin. I reckon we could beat any pair o' horses they've § ot now in the city fur a mile. I r'mem- er th' night that the big fire started down at llaco street , same day as President Zach Taylor died in 1856. One of the boys piled inter the shed yellin' that a house had blowed up down near the llace-street wharf and killed a dozen people an' had thrown a hundred' bales of burnin' hay around that air neighborhood promiscuous-like , which was settin' the hull square agoin' . I started on ahead to find how things was an' when I got there I see No. 9 comin...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 18 October 1883

WEEKLY TRIBUNE A. B. COFFROTII , Editor-and Proj REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Representative ( to fill vacancy ) 'GEORGE 1TOCKNELL. For County Judge , ' ' II , M. ASllMOHE. For County Cleric , CHARLES I ) . CRAMER. Far County Treasurer , J. II. GOODRICH. For Sheriff , JOHN WELBORN. For Coroner , ( Dr. L. LEE JOHNSON. For Supt. Public Instruction , C. L. NETTLETON. For Surveyor , PAGE T. FRANCIS. For County Commissioner , S. L. GREEN. THE Beatrice Exchange bank was opened on the 10th. SLUGGER JOHN L. SULLIVAN , was 'billed to giv-e an entertainment at .Suranton , Penua. , last week , but-a rain storm broke up die show. His mana- gcr refusing to return the gate money , the crowd threatened Sullivan's lifeand , he escaped injury osilv by flight. C. D. CiiAMKn , a brother of A. II. Cramer has been .nominated by the re publicans of Red Willow O3unty for t3ie otlice of county clerk , aud has the best of a chance of being elected. lie was < li'puty clerk here some _ ycais ago. .and jna...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 18 October 1883

WEEKLY TRIBUNE. THURSDAY , OCT. 18th , 1883. OF THE WEEK , New goods at Rogers'- . l-'resh Oystcr.s at Joe's. Go to Rogers' and sec his new goods. Fresh oatmeal at Post Office Grocery. Soft coal is selling -Lincoln Ht $3 : u ton. Copies of the TRIBUNE on sale at the post-office. For dry goods'-of-cvery description go to Piogers' . V r. IJ. Ilaydtfti was "in "the cJty , the first of thi week. Hats and c.ipg , boots and shoes'and liotions at Rogers. ' Fancy candies just received a't the TPost Office Grocery. . > Mr. C. R Babpock is building an ad dition to his residence. 150 test end ! oil , only 25c. .per gallon at Post Office Grocery. A lull line of the very best cigars at % no B. & M. Pharmacy. The Churchill House is naw open under its mew management. Fancy and staple groceries , at Rog- "orfi" , at lowest market prices. Don't forget that Rogers' ha re- ccivcd a fine line of new gools. Boux , to Mrs. Ed. Dolen , on Satur day morning , the 14th inst. , a son. BORN , to Mrs. M...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 18 October 1883

THE TRIBUNE. A. B. GUFJETUOXH , Publisher. , : ' NEBRASKA ITEMS. While driving a delivery wagon a short time ago at Falrbury James Short was thrown from it , breaking one of his legs. Wheat raised near Brock threshed 33 bushels to the acre. It is said the town of Sacramento will be moved to the line of the ' 'cut off" when completed , a distance of five miles. Mrs ; Briggs , of Ainsworth , fell from her wagon the other day and broke an arm. David City Republican : J. Winship is certainly the most thoroughly hoggish man In Butler county. This week he mar keted eight porkers aggregating3,310 Ibs. , an average weight of 413& Ibs. He must surely raise something on which to feed his hogs. Prairie grass would not produce such results. If any man can beat this in "swinishness" we would bo glad to hear from him. Potter , the man who forged the name of his father-in-law to a note for $150 and secured the money thereon at the First National Bank , Tecumseh , was sentenced to three years i...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 18 October 1883

KEEP NOTHING PKOM MOTHER They Bat at the spinning together , r And they spun the fine white thread ; One face was old and the other young A golden and a silver head. At tlmes.thc young voice broke in song That was wonderfully sweet ; Aud the mother's heart beat deep and calm , For her joy was most complete. There was many n holy lesson , Interwoven with silent prayer , Taught to her gentle , listening child. As they two sat spinning there. "And of all that I speak , my darling , From my older head and heart , God giveth me one last thing to say , And with it thou shalt not part. ' 'Thou wilt listen to many voices , Aud ah 1 woe that this must be ! The voice of prayer and the voice of lover And the voice ofjlattery. r "But listen to me , my little one , There's one thing that thou shall fear Let never a word to iny love be said Which her mother may not hear. ' 'No matter how true , my darling one , - The words may seem to thee , They are not fit for my child to hear If they cannot be...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 18 October 1883

CITIZENS' BANK Or McGOOK -DOES A GENEFxAL- Colleciious made on all accessible point ? . THal'ts drawn directly on the principal . cities of Europe. Tuxes pai l for Non-Residents. * - * i - * * * * i Jloncy to loan on Farming Lands , Village and personal property. . Fire Insurance a specialty. Tickets for Sale to and from Europe. , J. TV.ttOLAV , P first National liunk. Lincoln , ? eb V. FRANKLIN. Vice Piosident. Nation : : ! , K-ink , New York. , XV. F. WALLACE , Cashier. FREES & HQCKNBJL -UROPRIETOUS OF THE- ( I I . DEALERS LUMBER , LIME , CEMENT , SASH , DOORS , BUNDS & COAL AT- : , ndianola , Cambridge , Arapahoe , and Oxford : THE B. < & M PH4.BMAQY , A GOM.PLBTE LINE OK' Pure Wines and Liouors Stiicily fop Medicinal Purposes. , PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED , . ! DAY Tansilfs Punch , America's Fmest 5c. . Ciga . . WULLEY & CO. , McCOOK , NEE , J , E. BERGER , Proprietor , McCOOK , NEB. HERE WE ARE ! PSEBAE2D TO.DO ALL EINJJS OF JQB FEINTING SUCH AS Lette...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 25 October 1883

NEBRASKA , 'THURSDAY , OCT. 25 , 1833. NUMBER 21i * } _ Business Cards , i.TTyf ARBifck ; si ttor-n at-Law syatLaw , t MCCOOK - flC&RHSXA. " " ' "VlllK'u-K'U- i > or'il aUrnllon to the jiractlre of i Inv. nitd uuUIn vullttMlnni- . i t iyo.Hei' b..i < iiiJliliiciiiLir.h of depot , " * * " * " > Sn-i-n-H ' . I driiK a'orc. JOHM A. LEE. IMEBGHANT TAILOR Fit and Workmanaliiiv.Guarantecd. KVCCCCK : : NeSnASKA. , FAGK T. FK'ANCIS , County Surveyor. Red ! Willow County. cnrtjflcfl pl.its of 11 Jitnds lt > the intvhcoc < cl.uiJilintfitt. Special attcutloa Riven i < > all csuoli Ij-.jbiucji' . Corrcapuudbncc solicit- * ! . 13-tf. L. LKE JIOHNSO-N , 31. D. , Physician and Surgeon , OOlru In rear of O'.ttzrn'H Hunk , where tu can In * fouml vjma not profcfVoually JOHN F. COLLINS , \t ' Contractor and Builder. MuCOO * * . . - - NEBRASKA. E tinmlos chpcrfuH } ' ivca. on nil kind-4 offer for the t l.y mail. Iti Jyr. CONG-DON & CLIFF ; ricklayers & , Plasterers. ) ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 25 October 1883

PHILOPENA. "What sort of gift will I take ? " * Askfl my saucy debtor , "Shall she make , or buy , the thing , Which do I like better ? " to mlno a little hand Is yielded up completely , While the red lips try to pout And the eyes smllo sweetly. "Khow'stthou prifl'nerattho bar , ( Still I hold her tightly , ) The meaning of that Grecian word ? " ' 'No , ' ' she answers lightly. 'Poena penalty ; philo love , According to the letter , And if you cannot pay the debt I must keep the debtor. cWould you buy your sentence off ? Useless the endeavor ; Yet , if you work the whole term out , It will take forever ! " I.E. ALMOST A SEPARATION. A faint glow of a July sunrise was reddening all the east , a delicious cool ness pervaded the air and the robins just wakened into consciousness sang as if they would sing their little hearts out. The mowers who slept "in the barn-chamber were just vawning into wakefulness. Farmer Efden was up and on his way , to the milking-yard , and his thrifty helpma...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 25 October 1883

Lady Base-Ball Players. ' - Bt. Jxmls Spectator. , I have boon following with 'much in terest the fortunes of the female base ball players down east. Some time since a manager hitupon the idea of or ganizing two nines of the softer sex eighteen examples of female loveliness and exhibiting the combination as a moral show about the country. The two nines , which , by the way , arc di vided into blonde and - a a brunette-par ty , have befin practicing nearly all-sum mer , and I regret that they are not yet ready to take the field. The female in tellect has difficulty in grasping the na tional pastime. A practice game was played in New York this week , before several thousand spectators , in which , in five innings , the Brunettes defeated the Blondes oy a score of 48 to 29. One of the features of the entertainment was the coaching done by the crowd when a girl made three strikes they insisted on her making a homo run every time , and the girl always did. Some of them were .encouraged t...

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 — 25 October 1883

Lady Base-Ball Players. ' * St. Ixmla Spectator. I have been following with much in terest the fortunes of the female base ball players down east. Some time since u manager hif upon the idea of or ganizing two nines of the softer sex eighteen examples of female loveliness and exhibiting the combination as a moral show about the country. The two nines , which , by the way , arc di vided into a blonde and a brunette-par ty , have been practicing nearly all-sum mer , and I regret that they are not yet ready to take the field. The female in tellect has difficulty in grasping the na tional pastime. A practice game was played in New Yorlc this week , before several thousand spectators , in which , in five innings , the Brunettes defeated the Blondes by a score of 48 to 29. One of the features of the entertainment was the coaching done by the crowd- when a girl made three strikes they insisted on her making a home run every time , and the girl always did. Some of them were .encouraged to r...

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 — 25 October 1883

WEEKLY TRIBUNE A. 13. COFFROTII , Editor and Pro ] REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Representative ( to fill vacancy ) . GEORGE HOCKNELL. For County Judge , \ U. M. ASH MORE. 4 For Connty Clerk , CHARLES D. CRAMER. * For County Treasurer , J. H. GOODRICH. For Sheriff . JOHN WELBORN. For Coroner Dr. L. LEE JOHNSON. - For Supt. Public Instruction , C. L. NETTLETQN. For Surveyor , PAGE 'T. FRANCIS. For County Commissioner , S. L. GREEN. PEOPLE'S TICKET. For Representative , R. S. COOLEY. For Count } ' Judge , HENRY BAXTER. For County Clerk , - S. W. STILGEBOUER. For County Treasurer , GEORGE A. HUNTER. For Sheriff. - JOHN W. WELBORN. lrorSnpt. Public Instruction , ' - MISS ADA P. . BUCK. For Coroner , DR. L. L. JOHNSON. For Surveyor , PAGE T. FilANCIS. For Goui'ty Commissioner , ' n. IL'PICKENS. nicmbcrs of the Coreun embassy passed through Omaha , on Saturday. THE stock of compliments of the Republican and Journal having become .so superabundant they arc now working off that superfluity ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 25 October 1883

T WEEKLY "TRIBUNE ! . _ . . - - - - - - i u < --r.---- 1"i i r. | THrifcSDAY , CWTOMillliDtb , 1888. | OF THiWEEK/ ; goriU nt lloi' jj > 'ro , h Oysters at Joc' * . ' ( r ) to RRcrs'and sou his new good i. Copied of < the Tiuutrru : on-salo at the post-office. i 0. L'jvc of Culbcrtson .spent . , Sunday Ji : tincity. . t For < ? ry goods of ever } * doKcripiion go to Honors' . ' ' ' ' ' ' Frees & Hocknoll have repaired their scales. Dr. Willey was on the sick list , the first of the week. ' Moody Starbuck of Indianola. was in "town-on Tuesda } * . Hats and caps , boots and slices and lotions at Holers. ' A lull line of the very bcfet cigars at the B. & M. Pharmacy. " James Ross came down from Cul- * Lcitson on No. 2 , to-day. * ? .Ir. A. Johnston called and renewed his subscription , Saturday. Fancy anrl st-iple groceries , at Rog ers" , at lowest market prices. Don't forget that Rogers' has re ceived a fine line of new goods. Jack Rollins is improving his .prem i...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 25 October 1883

THE TBIBUNE. A. B. COFFKOHI , I'nblUher. McCOOK , : : : : NEB NEBRASKA ITEMS. The supreme court , in the case of SImmerman vs. The State , on error from Kearney county , holds that ' 'a person may resist an unlawful attempt at arrest , and if necessary , rather than submit , ho may law fully kill the person making it. ' ' Hebron Journal : Last Tuesday night the dark-winged angel of death visited three homes in Hebron and left the Impress of his visit. Three hearts were stilled , and many beating hearts ache with pain at the thought of inevitable separation. Never before in the history of our town has any one period of twenty-four hours witnessed so many de partures "over the river to tv other shore. " A crazy man has been visiting Kear ney and the New Era says of him : "He imagi * " ) he is special /respondent of the New "Sork Herald and is endeavoring to have some lawyer commence suit against the Mexican government for imprisonment. Ho appears to be harmless , but sometimes these h...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 25 October 1883

MINE ! In that tranced hush when sound Bank awed to rest , Ere from her spirit's rose-red , rose-sweet gate Came forth to me her royal word of fate , DidBhesidh "Yen , "and droop upon my breast ; While round our rapture , dumb , fixed , un expressed By the seized senses , there did fluctuate , The plaintive surges of our mortal state. Tempering the poignant ecstasy , too blest , Do I wnke Into a dream , or have we twain , Lured by soft wiles to some unconscious crime Dared Joys forbid toman ? Oh , Light su preme , Upon our brows transfiguring glory rain , Kor let the sword of thy just angel gleam On two who entered heaven before their time ! [ Frederick Mars ton. FARM AND HOME. Grass on Sandy Soils. One of the difficulties of farming light sandy soilssis that of securing a sod. The natural grasses to such soils arc few. All farmers desire to grow the cultivated grasses , for they areiconsid- ered indispensable to successful stock raising , and the keeping'of stock con duces to the i...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 25 October 1883

- DOESA GENERAL- Collcctions made OH all accessible point.Tfcah * drawn directlj on. the principal cities of Europe. Taxes payl f'pr Xon-ll'estdcnts. Money to loan on Farming Lands , Village and persona1 propcrtv. Firu Insurance . . . . ! ! ,5p < ? uii\\ ] ! A * Tickets for Sale. to. and from Europe. C7FKSES : J. W.DOI VN. 1'rwitlont. t National Hunk. Lincoln. V. rilANKLIN. Vice 1'rct-ident. , c National llnnk , New York. VT. F. WALLACE , Cabhler. & HQCKNELL 01 ; THE- 11 MBER , LIMECEMENT , SASH , D.O.QRS.BLINDS-.COAL McCook , Indianola , Cambridge , Arapaboe , aad * Oxford ) "R J3 . CSS , IMP . A CQMPW& ItfXB : QI ? ' Pure Wines and Li- ors Solg Only- > Physic i rJF * - - e 5 n r , o2 ESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED ETCHER.DAY. OE , NIGHT. . nsilPs Punch , /rseric. most 5q. Qigar , WJLLEY & CO , , McCO.OIC , E. BERGEE Proprietqi ; , MfcCOOjK ; NEB. " " * - HERE WE.AHES : PBEPAEED Ttt Btt. Aia , IHDS JftB FEIJTCINQ SUCH' - ter Heads , Stfrteme&fa , Note Haad&a...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 1 November 1883

McOooE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOIiUME 2. M'COGK , BED WTLIOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , NOV. 1,1883. NUMBER 22. Business Cards. I J. STA'RBUGK , A ttorney-a t-Law , MCCOOK - NEBRASKA. wm sire give special attention to the practice of law. nd malting collections. fc # OtBce Sicond block north of depot , 2 door * north Srora'a drug more. JOHN A. LEE , MERCHANT TAILOR Pit sad Workmanship Guaranteed. MCCOOK : : NEBRASKA. PAGE T. .FRANCIS , County Surveyor. Red Willow ounty. Keeps certified plats of all landsiv. . tire Hitchcock land district. Special attention given , to all such business. Correspondence eollcit- t d. 13-tf. L. LEE JOHNSON , KE D. , Physician and Surgeon. Or luitj Modlcil Bepirtnest UslrersU ? Wit r. Office In rcur of Citizen's Bank , where he can be found when not professionally engaged. JOHN F. COLLINS , Contractor and Builder. McCOOK , - - NEBRASKA. Estimates cheerfully given on all kinds of wurlr. Beat of references. Address for the present by mail. JC-lyr. CONGDON &am...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 1 November 1883

THEY MET BY CHACHE. They met by chance , the usual way , Down in the meadow near the lane , Where thrive the ferns and flovr'rete gay , And wild birds Join in sweet refrain : A most enrapturing 'retreat A calm , secluded tryating place A spot' whore lovers lore to meet And blend their souls in love's embrace. The dew caressed the tiny flow're , T lemoon rolled silently above , And all throughout the hazy hours " The'rilgntingale sangf * his love. There was the very deuce to pay Down in the meadow near the lane They-mef by-chance , the usual way The cow and that 'ere railway train. [ Eugene Field. FECK'S BAD BOY AITD HIS FA. Tha Boy Bans a Fnnerai and Shown That . Ho la Not Half as Mean aa Folks Thinks He Is. Focfc'4 Bun. "Well , you don't look very kitteny this morning , " said the grocery man to the bad boy , as lie stood up behind the stove to get warm , and looked as though life was not one continued picnic - ' nic , as he'retoforo. "What's the matter - tor with you ? Your father...

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