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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 2 July 1885

HALLACK & HOWARD , ( Sucessdrs to H. W. PIKE. ) DEALERS IN LUMBER , SHINGLES , I * * * - 7 7 : * $ LATH , DOORS AND BLINDS , Cement , Lime and Coal. CORNER RAILROAD AND MANCHESTER STREETS , McGOOK , NEBRASKA. LUDWISK & TBOWBRIDGE , FURNITURE , STOYES , TINWARE , ETC. * A GENERAL LINE OF MattressesTaiesSpringsGliairsEtc ! ) , , , , , ALSO DO GENERAL JOB WORK IN Tin , Sheet Iron t Copper Ware , Dont Fail to Call % Examine Our Goods. West Dennison Street , - - McCook , Neb. SPANOGLE * & RINKER , DEALERS IN HGRICULTUML IMPLEMENTS , * & BUQGmS. Tubular Wells , Pumps , A SPEQIALTY. M- McCOOK Cor. Railroad and Main Sts. . NEBRASKA. Offices at Oberlin , Kas. , and McCook , Neb. FREES & HOCKNELL , PROPRIETORS OF THE DEALERS IN Lumber , Lime , figment , Sash , Doors , Blinds , HARD AND SOFT COAL. YARDS AT McCOOK , INDIAKOLA , CAMBRIDSE , ARAPAHOE , AHD OXFORD. CENTRAL MEAT MARKET , * CHURCH & BOHANAN Prop. Vegetables and Strawberries FRESH . IN SEASON. FRESHAND AND SAL...

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 — 9 July 1885

* ' ' " * * ' ' p rn r JQV' ' . WEEKLY VOLUME IV. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JULY 9 , 1885. NUMBER 6. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE McCook , Nebraska. 0. L. LAWO , Stutter. C. F. BABCOCE , Z elTor OFFICE HODIIS : From 0 A. M. to 12 M. , nnd 1 to 4 P. 51. , mountain time. * COCHRAN & HELM , ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND GENERAL AGENTS , McCOOK , : NEBRASKA. Prompt and careful attention siren to Law Cases in mil the Courts of the State and all classes of U. S. Land Business transacted before the local office at McCook. Nebraska , and the Interior Department at IVathlnKton , D. C. Contests a specialty. "Will pros ecute claims for Pensions and claims for Increase ol FcBilons. Notarial business done and lands bought nd sold on reasonable terms. 557 0fllce 1st door south of the U. S. Land Oftlcc. 3.29 THOS. GOLFER , ATTORNEY - : - AT : - LAW , AND NOTARY PUBLIC. A gout for the Lincoln Land Company. Kcnl Estate Dought and Sold and Collections Made , c ,...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 9 July 1885

THE TBIBUNE. F. M. & E. BI. KL3I3IEI/L , Pubs. McCOOK , : : : : NEB NEWS OF KBBBASKA. SHEERSUCKEB Surra. "Smith has gone ! " was the word passed around town Sunday night. The Smiths had como and gone in countless numbers before without creating any commotion , but the news of the de parture of this particular Smith seemed to Bet people wild. Ostensibly Smith was nice young man. He came to Omaha about eight months ago and opened an extensive dry-goods store in tho McCor- mick block. Shortly afterward ho rented an adjoining store in the Creighton block , and cutting away the partition blossomed out with a double establishment. Then came an era of loud advertising and cheap prices , and people began to inquire , "Who is Smith ? " Tho question was asked on every hand , but never answered. Smith himself said housed to be a clerk in Chicago but liad made $30,000 on the board of trade , and wanted to build up a big busi ness in Omaha. This story caught the merchants and bankers , and S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 9 July 1885

CHOLERA , An. Appalling Dumber of Deaths in Spain Cities Devastated liy an Epidemic XJiat is "Spreading With Wonderful Sapidity. Xondon dispatch : At this time last year cholera had only taken a few scores ol lives in Toulon and its suburbs , and had just made its appearance in Mar seilles. Ther have now been 4,200 deaths - reported from eight provinces of Spain , which is more than half the entire number of deaths in all of Franco last year. Prom the start the rate of mortality in Spain is far greater than it was in France , and latterly it has become greater than it was last year even in Naples. The average ratio of deaths to cases now is about four in nine throughout Spain. Roughly speak ing" the death ratio was two in seven in France last year and it was three in seven in Italy within the last week. Notably has this been the case in Murcia. . More than half the people attacked have died and in the new provinces where the pest has ap peared within the last few days the escapes ha...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 9 July 1885

The Tribune F. M. & E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. Official City and County Paper. "Now in the winter of our ( democrat ic ) discontent ( not ) made glorious sum mer by this son of York. " ( Copyright secured. ) "WE learn Judge Montgomery has bought the Oxford Register. Mr. M. is one of the most genial and honest men in the valley and it is with more than ordinary heartiness we welcome him back to the fraternity. Orleans Senti nel. THE Ord Quiz , one of the cleanest pa pers , in sentiment and typographical appearance , that comes to our table , has made a change in make-up , to better accommodate its presses. THE TRIB UNE wishes Will Haskill long life and prosperity. His paper has the right ring. Qua dailies report the usual number of deaths from fire-crackers , bursting of anti-deluvian mortars , and like casual ties incident upon the proper celebration of the fourth. The Great Americ"an Youth comes to the front as his wont , and as will be his eternal prerogative. THE...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 9 July 1885

Thursday , July gth , 1885. Y CONGREGATJONAL.-Sunday School at 10 A. M. every week. Preaching services every Sunday night at 7.30. M. T. Also , every alter nate Sunday morning at 11 , M. T. Exceptions to the above will bo noticed In locals. QEOUOE DUKGAN , Pastor. METHODIST. Services every Sunday at 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. . mountain time. Sunday School at 3 P. M. The services and Sunday school will bo held for the future In the Opera Hall. All aro cordially Invited. Seats free. _ _ _ W. 8. WnEELEit , Pastor. CATHOrIC.-Sorvlces will bo held In the Opera Hall onco every four weeks. THOMAS CDX.LEN , Pastor. A. P. & A. M. McCook Lodge , U. D. , meets on the first and third Tues A days of each month. G. L. LAWS , W. M. T. G. IlEESjSecrotary. KNHJHTS op LABOH. Electric Light Assem bly No. 3753 meets the first and third Fridayof each month. S. N. STAYSA , M. AV. . A. CLTITE , R. S. B. & M.-R. R. Time Table. EAST LEAVES : EAST LEAVES : No.S 0:80 , A.M. No. 40 5:25 , P.M. WEST LEAVE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 9 July 1885

LIFE'S DAT. Into the field ot life we pass a " At early morn. The jeweled grass "With sunbeams kissed spreads at our fo t ; Aud youth , like morn , all pure and sweet And bright Is filled wiih rosy dreams ; While in the purple heavens gleam * Tlie star of fortune and ol fame , And in its ! trht we read a name O dream , most swtet , it is our own : More glorious still , it shines alone ! The sun speeds on ; the star no mor * Is seen. Illus'vts dreams are o'er. Fortune and fame so coy and fleet But mock our weary , war-worn feet Ambition's fairest prize has flown ; A name appears , but not our own. What have we then for all our pains ? 1 For all our prayers ? Are there no graina Of good to showJ Has all been lost In that our cherished plans arc crossed , And dissipated each fond dream As snow flakes melt within the stream ! Ah , no I See how our souls are filled With wealth of harvests we have tilled ; With meekness , patience , love and truth ; Blest springs of everlasting youth ; Br...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 9 July 1885

FABH AND UAEDEN. Practical Suggestions on the Time and Man ner of Pruning Trees Intended for Tim- ber Minor Topics. Prnnlne Timber Trees. Pruning , in its legitimate sense in tlio culture of forests , wiites a cor respondent of The Garden , denotes only the removal of unsightly excres cences or superfluous parts of trees with the view of making the bole grow straighter , higher , and more regular. This , I know , is still a disputed sub ject , some strongly advocating its ne cessity and utility , while others de precate it as useless and injurious. .The truth probably lies between the two extremes , for much may no doubt bo done in assisting nature to rectify defects and to correct deformities , and in adding to the general health , beauty and vigor of the tree. On the other side , it is not less true that many trees are irreparably injured and whole plantations rendered useless by un skillful and indiscriminate pruning and wholesale mutilation. Many authorities agree that pruning i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 9 July 1885

HALLACK & HOWARD , ( Successors to H. W. PIKE. ) DEALERS IN JPMBER , SHINGLES , LATH , DOORS AND BLINDS , * . Cement , Lime and Coal. CORNER RAILROAD AND MANCHESTER STREETS , McGOOK , NRBRASKA. SPANOGLE & RINKER , DEALERS IN HGRICULTURSL IMPLEMENTS , . WAGONS & BUQGIEiS. Tubular W'ells , Pumps , -M WINiMILLS A SPEGIALTY.sM- McGOOK Cor. Railroad and Main Sts. . NEBRASKA. Offices at Oberlin , Kas. , and McCook , Neb. FREES & HOCKNELL , PROPRIETORS OF THE CHICAGO LUMBER YARD. DEALERS IN i Lumber , lime , Gemeut , W , Doors , , Blinds , * HARD AND SOFT COAL. r I' YARDS AT McCOOK , INDIAROLA , CAMBRIDGE , ARAPAHOE , AHD OXFORD , CENTRAL MEAT MARKET , .CHURCH & BOHANAN Prop. Vegetables and Strawberries FRESHAND IN SEASON. AND SALT MEATS. BUTTER AND EGGS ALWAYS ON HAND. FRESH FISH AND CHICKENS. f CHEAPEST AND BEST I" UNEQUALLED FOR Power , Simplicity Durability. Estimates made or Mill : unl I'linip complete ui > on application. Every Mill Warranted. Send for Catalogu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 16 July 1885

IF I If M McOooK WEEKLY VOLUME IV. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JULY 16 , 1885. NUMBER 7. V BUSINESS DIRECTORY UNITED STATES LAND OFFIC1 McCook , Nebraska. 0. L. LAWS , Scatter. C. F. BABC05S , 2ttho : OFFICE Houus : From 9 A. M. to 12 > f. , aw 1 to 4 P. M. , mountain time. COCHRAN & HELM , ATTORNEYS AT AND QEXBRAL AGENTS , McCOOK , NEBRASKA. Prompt and careful attention riven to Law Cases Ii all the Court * of the State nnil all elapses of U. S Land Budncri trannnctod lieforc the local oltlcc a McCook. Nebraska , and the Interior Department , a TVaauInffton , U. ( ' . Contetu a specialty. Will proa ccutc claims for Pensions and Claims for Increase o Fensloni. Notarial business done nnd lands boush and sold on reasonable terms. J2fcr"OJllce let ( loo : toutli of the U. S. Land Office. 3.29 T1IOS. GOLFER , Ml ATTORNEY - : - AT - : LAW AND NOTAUY 1'UHLIC. tlic Lincoln Lund Company. Hen' ' Estate ItoiiRht uncl Sold anil Collections Mudo e , Opposite rostom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 16 July 1885

THE TRIBUNE. F. M. & E. M. K13I3IEIX , Pubg. McCOOK , : : : : NEB NEWS OF NEBRASKA , A CouNTEnFKrrEB CAUGHT. The caao o ! the man Crawford , who was arrested by the police Saturday night for passing nino counterfeit silver dollars on a Tenth street tailor , was turned over yesterday to the United States authorities. In a talk with Deputy Marshal Allen , the prisoner admit ted that he had two pals' , but said they ekipped when he was arrested , and that he did not know where they had gone. Craw lord then offered to pilot Marshal Allen to the place where they had been making the "queer , " a kindness on his part that was highly appreciated by the officer , who had no clue to the whereabouts of the den. The headquarters o ! the gang was found to be in a rough shanty some distance south of the railway track , where Crawford's wife was found in possession of the outfit , ' which was of a very crude order. The melting of the metal was done in the urn of a common heating stove and the ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 16 July 1885

-4 CONTENTION OF AGRICULTURALISTS. 27ie Address of Commissioner Colman Sug gestions of Create * or Letser Value. Tho agricultural collego convention opened its session at Washington on the 8th. It was called to order by Hon. W. P. Switzlcr , of Missouri. Commissioner Colman was chosen temporary chairman and Prof. George Fairchild temporary sec retary ; a committee on credentials was I then named. Commissioner Colman , in his opening afl- dress of welcome , briefly sketched tho dis- cussiona in congress which preceded the magnificent grants of land for tho endow ment of agricultural colleges in several states , and said ifc would bo conceded that tho general public professed a degree of dis appointment in the outcome of these insti tutions. After alluding in detail to some of tho branches which should bo funda mentally taught in all agricultural colleges , he referred at length to some of tho opera tions and plans which might bo carried out on college farms by collego faculties , and...

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 — 16 July 1885

The Tribune F. M. & E. M. K1MMELL , Editors and Publishers. Official City and County Paper. DR. JULIDS GEUTH JR. , has been ap pointed State Veterinarian by Governor Dawes. "WAITING , ONLY WAITING , " is the impatient chirrup of the Democratic ex pectants , and the despairing wail of the offensive partisan Republican who ex pects to go. LONDON , the great and powerful Sod om and Gomorrah of the present , is be ing shaken from centre to circumfer ence by the disclosures of immorality in high places by the Pall Mall Gazette. A PAPER will shortly be issued from Trenton by A. S. Bosworth , late of the Culbertson Sun. As A. S. is a Simon- pure Democrat , it is fair to assume that the new paper will be bourbon in poli tics. THE Harlan County Times by H. 0. Chapman at Alma is upon our table. Also , the Kaleidoscope by K. H. Mont gomery at Cambridge. That Nebraska pulled through the grasshopper business all right is encouraging. "LIBERTY is dead in Utah , " is the burden of many of our ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 16 July 1885

THE EEKLY TRIBUNE "V' * S--'N ' ' - - ' - ' - 'BV WXrfv > n Thursday , July i6th , 1885. CONGREGATIONAL. Sunday School at 1 A.M. every week. Preaching services ever ; Sunday nlghf at 7.30. M. T. Also , every alter natc Sunday morning at 11 , M. T. Exception to tho above will be noticed in locals. GEOHQE DUNCAN , Pastor. METHODIST. Services every Sunday at 1 \ . M. and 7:30 P. M. . mountain time. Sundni fa-honl at 3 P. M. Tho services and Sunda : A pool will be hold for the future in tho Open t pall. All arc cordially invited. Seats free a- . W. S. WIIEELEH , Pastor. ( THOLIC.-Scrvices will be held in tb\ \ Opera Hall once every four weeks. THOMAS CULLEN , Pastor. A. F. & A. M. McCook Lodge , U D. , meets on the first and third Tues days of each month. G. L. LAWS , W. M. T. G. HEES. Secretary. WILLOW GROVE LODGE K. OP P. , D , D. Meets tho first and third Wcdnes ay evening of each month. J. W. CAMPBELL , C. C A. M. SPALDINO , K. R. S. HOCKNELL HOSE COMPANV. Reg ular meetings o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 16 July 1885

WASHINGTON'S HOJIANCE. HOTT IIo Lovefl.a lassie of High Degree. TVIio Man-led Ilix Rival , tl c Col onel , nnd ILivcd iu Style at tlie Upper End of Rlanliatfcu Is land. A Rare Bit of Ancient History , Last Sunday I visited two of the old est buildings in America , intimately associated with the romance of Gener al Washingtons life and equally connec ted with the career of others almost as distinguished. Ono of these was the great Philipse Manor house , now the city hall ot Yonkers. It was built in 1682 by Frederic Philipse' , the richest man in the American colonies. In his youth he was poor , but he was frugal and energetic , and instead of idling around , as many boys do , he went into business as a'save-trader with Africa and soon rose to tho position of pirate in the Mediterrean sea. He earned a great deal of money in these trades , v - FREDERIC PHILIPSE'S COAT OF ARMS. especially in that of a marine landlord boarding merchant vessels. Hav ing got ricn by his savings he came to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 16 July 1885

15DDSTKIAL TOPICS. Cleanings from Advance Sheets of the Amerl- caa Agriculturist for July. Millet or Hnnearlan Grass. There are few farms where there is not more or less land that cannot be or is not occupied with the ordinary crops , such as corn , corn fodder , potatoes , bats , barley , wheat , peas , or beans. too lato to plow early enough in fi seaspnforthe crops , or it may be land was planted to corn , or pota toes , pr beans , and the frost destroys them. After the first of July , the only crops that can be sown to advantage are : winter wheat , or winter rye , for next year ; and for a crop this year , turnips , and millet or Hungarian crass. There is not much diflerenco between millet and Hungarian grass. Sow whichever is most convenient. Perhaps' the Hungarian garss makes tho best fodder. Any good land that can bo brought into a line , mellow condition , with moisture enough to germinate tho seed , will produce mil let or Hungarian grass. On dry up land it is not always e...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 16 July 1885

jff 'i ' 1'imi ' " * " * ' ! * 't ? , * " " * " * * v * * * * " * " " " " ' f7' * A " 'r > -f" - ' - * ' . . . HALLASK & HOWARD , . WHOLESALE 4. RETAIL DEALERS IN DOORS , BLINDS ; MOULDINGS , * , Qe-bav SJewfe , Slute , 3-Caiv : , s Sack a-tib Coaf. MeCOOK , NEBRASKA. SPANOGLE & RINKER , iAsii III WA.GONS & BUGGIES. .Tubular Wells % Pumps. A McCOOK Cor. Railroad and Main Sts. , NEBR. Offices at Oberlin , Kas. , and McCook , Neb. FREES & HOCKNELL , PROPRIETORS OF THE CHICAGO LDffll DEALERS IN Lumber , Lime , Gement , Sash , Doors , Blinds , HARD AND SOFT COAL. YARDS AT MeCOOK , IMANOLA , CAMBRIDGE , ARAPAHOE , AKD OXFORD , CENTRAL MEAT MARKET , CHURCH & BOHANAN Prop. VEGETABLES STRAWBERRIES FRKSH IN SEASON. AND SALT MEATS. BUTTER AND EGGS ALWATS Oil HANI. FRESH FISH AND CHICKENS. 0HEAPEST AND BEST UNEQUALLED FOR Power , Simplicity , Durability. Estimates made of Mill and Pnmp complete upon application. Every Mill Warranted. Send for Catalogue. THE WOODMANSE Thi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 23 July 1885

' V- . McOooK WEEKLY IV. MeCOOK.RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JULY 23 , 1885. NUMBER 8. BUSINESS DIRECTORY UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE McCook , Nebraska. 0. L. LAWS , C. r. BABSOC2 , ZceeiTcr OFFICK Houns : From 9 A. M. to 12 M. , nnd 1 tot P. M.t mountain time. COCHRAN & HELM , Attorneys-at-Law Gen'l Agents , McCOOK , NEBRASKA. Prompt and careful attention Riven to Law Canes In Ml the Courts of ttic State and all elapses of U. S Land Business transacted before the local ofllcc at McCoofc. Nebraska , and ( he Interior Department nt IVuhlngton , 0. C. Contents a upcclalty. Will pros ecute claims for I'ertslona and claims for Increase 01 I'entlon * . . Notarial liu Inos done und land * bought , and cold on reasonable terms. tSf'OIUcc 1st door fouth of the U. S. Land Olllcc. 3.29 THOS. GOLFER , ATTOENEY - : - AT - : - LAW , AND NOTAItY PUBLIC. Agent for tlio Llncolninnd Company. Heal E&tuto Nought nnd Sold nnd Collections Made , tsroillce , Opposite rostolncc , McCook...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 23 July 1885

THE TI&BUNE. IT. M. A Iv , M. KiaiMKLT , , 1'nbn. McCOOK. : : : : NEB NEWS OF NEBRASKA. FRUIT Cnop. Mr. Day , ot Burt county , writes that apples will be half a crop , plums , Miner , very full , other kinds one-half ; raspberries and blackberries , one-half ; strawberries were tho best crop ever had. His grapes will not be moro than one-fourth , the Janesville being tho best. He thinks tho trees were left in a depleted condition last fall from an over-crop and Buffered from the severe winter. Although they were full of bloom they had not sufli- centstrength to bear fruit. Mr. McVicker , of North Bend , Dodge county , reports the fruit crop in that vicin ity is a full average but not uptolastyear. Summer apples are bearing heaviest. Tran scendent and other crabs aro loaded. Raspberries , grapes and currants , good crop. Cherries , light ; strawberries , a fair yield. Reports from the northern part of the county arc about as above stated. Trees have suffered some from the blight ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 23 July 1885

GENERAL NEWS AND SOXES. Slitters of Interest Touched "Upon of Prcst Newt GaOierers. A fatal stabbing took place In the dlnlnj car Excelsior , attachod to a train going t * North Chicago on the Northwestern. Chas Robinson , tho cook , and William Brown , t waiter , became Involved In a querrel over i love affair. Brown drew a large "carylnj knife and cut Robinson's throat from ear tx car. Brown was arrested and taken back tt Chicago. Mr. Carsoti , living In Columbus , Ohio , hai just returned home from Tennessee with i eon and daughter , aged 9 and 13 years , wu bad been stolen by a band of gypsies In Fe ruary , 1834. They had been traced to Mem phla and there the pang divided , part going * < "Covlngton , Tenn. , taking the boy with them Tho glil was found in the camp of tho otha oarty at Lagrange , Tenn. _ At Chauncoy , Pa. , R A. Peacock * nd Charles Thompson , both recently from North Carolina , have for some time been at enmity A few da } s ago some words passed between them ...

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