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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 13 May 1886

-f " * < - - * ? * * : _ - „ - -f . ' ; , ; > _ * A-- . . -.fSt * > 5-o jfBp § " pspB.fSt ; ' 1- ' * : f r/'r - : T > ,1 Still in fiJSJ JJ to the Front ! T LD RELIABLE GENERAL STORE OF > w. COMPANY ! SOLE AGENTS Eaton Mills , Eaton , Golo. , Flour , the finest in the land. F. S. Johnson & Co. , Milford Mills Flour , the best made in the state. Mourilyan , Heimann & Co. , Yokohama , Japan , the finest Japan Teas ever sold in the country , and Butterick Publishing Co.'s Paterns. UUK oIULIv PLET H A DEPARTMENT ! - WOULD CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF Suits in Light and Dark Plaids , Oassimeres , Worsteds , Cork Screws , Etc. , in the various shades. A full line of Pants in light-weight stripes , from $3 to $8. In Ladies' Summer Goods , Lawns , Buntings , Crinkled Seer Suckers Nun's Veiling , Laces and Embroideries , we have the best in the Valley. An Elegant Lot of Silk Vel vets and Brocade and Plain Velveteens in shades. A Full Assortment of...

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 — 20 May 1886

VOLUME IV. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MAY 2O , 1886. NUMBER 51. DRY AND CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT IN THE REPUBLICAN VALLEY ! We Have the Largest Assortment and will Guarantee Prices to be as Low as those at the Missouri River. WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION. MAIL ORDERS FILLED THE SAME DAY AS RECEIVED. CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER. McCOOK , NEBRASKA. W. C. LaTOURETTE & CO. iDEALERS INEE SHELF AN EAVY i i E- o CD C5 1 = ) HAR ARE ! STOVES AND TINWARE , BAR WIRE , STUDEBAKER WAGON , PLOWS , Etc. MeCOOK , NEBRASKA. P. L. McCRAQKElM , t Watchmaker and Jeweler v = | l l McCOOK , THR ONLY J00MPLETE ST00K i j IN THE WEST , AND AT THE LOWEST PRICES ! PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO THE OF FINE AND COMPLI- ! GATED WATCHES. ! ENGRAVING FREE. NRBRASKA. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE McCOOK , NEBRASKA. S. L. LAWS , Eerier. C. F. BABCOCH , Sector. OFFICE HOUKS : Prom 9 A. M. to 12 M. , and 1 to 4 P. M. , mountain time. COCHRAN & HELM , Attorneys-at-Law& Gen'l Ag...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 20 May 1886

THE TKIBTINE. F. M. & E. HI. KULTIKLt , Pubs. NEB. McCOOK , - - - OVER THE STATE. XHE NERRASKA CITY CHILD MURDER. Lincoln special to the Omaha Bee : Mrs. Shellenberger lias been returned to the Ne braska City jail from tho penitentiary , where she and her husband were taken for safe keeping. It is reported that she has confessed all about the murder of little Maggie Shellenberger , her step-daughter , for which crime she and her husband were arrested. She charges her husband with the crime , no doubt in hopes to save her own neck. Another report is that Mr. Shellenberger has confessed to the murder and that his wife was party to it. Fur thermore , that the plan was to kill the girl , believing that the suicide theory would be accepted , and then when the affair had quieted down to kill Maggie's brother , bury the corpse , and say he had runaway. Maggie and her brother were heirs to a valuable farm which their father and their stepmother wished to get hold of by put ting them out...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 20 May 1886

OK THIRTY KILLED. Portions of Kansas City Halted by One of thcSZost Destructive Storms Ecer Known CChe Killed and Wounded. -K.ANSA8 CITY , May 11. A fearful storm of wind and rain swept over this city to- day , continuing from 11 o'clock to noon. The court house was totally demolished above the second story and a number of personswere hurt there , but none were killed , eo far as is known. The Lathrop school building was partially wrecked and many children were caught in the ruins. The overall factory on Second street was blown down and five deaths are reported but of fifteen girls at work in the building. RIVERS OP WATER. The storm struck the city in full force about twenty minutes past eleven and raged for half an hour. The streets were running rivers of water , carrying boxes , signs and other similar freight blown from buildings or swept up by the flood. A num- "ber of vehicles were overturned and in numerous instances drivers abandoned horses to their fate and sought refuge in ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 20 May 1886

' * " * " " * * * " " " - " - ' # * ' - ? tn-- - - TV"V'f'T F. 31. AND E. HI. KBOIELL Editors and Publishers. THE seductive coachman has at las made an impression on the Vanderbil family. One has just eloped with i grand niece of the old commodore , His name is Minton , and his father wai a festive burglar. The Morse famity ar < of the best Tarrytown circles. They an red hot. TUB enterprising newspaper Han who are springing old sweethearts o : Frankie Folsom all over the couutrj seem to be unaware of the fact that tlu interesting girl spent her life from four teen to twenty in a convent school , where the ridiculous occurrences relatec by the omnipresent young man wen impossible. Give us a rest. THE disinterested ( ? ) booming of lleg ister Laws for the state secretaryship by the bung-hole-ocrats of Hastings ant this city is simply side-splitting and mirth-provoking in the extreme. Rich ard dear and his hoity toity man Friday of our city are just consuming themselves with anxiety...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 20 May 1886

© E. MePHERSON . . & CO. * * - * sS- * * * * * * U , S , LAND ATTORNEYS , < / Ad Real Estate Brokers. OFFICE : West Dennison Street , McCOOK , NEBRASKA Challenge Wind Mill , Supeilor Iu any on the riarkct , licliif : Ilea\ler , Stroncer Uullt , and therefore n more Durable MM ! . U Is the only : ik-oUilcl } t-afc Mill built ; anil out of Thousands Erected During 12 Yrar * | > i t. not our | IIH : i'\rr liloun away mid Ipfl .MiiinllnA innnl no oilier Mill ranilionWe offer 10 put iiinny | ofourlMIMi'lNG MII.I.S ON THIRTY DAYS TRIAL , And If they ilou't she natUMi'i Ion , will remove Mill at on r . O\MI CApetiMAlf'O .Mnniif.ii tiirersof the Celcliralril riialleiise Kcei ! MillCorn Sheller. . Iron I'ltinjK nllli brass llnilers , Iron ripe. Tanks. 7or estimates , catalogues ami prices , apply to ( i. JJ. NETTLETON , MfcCook , Neb- , t for Southwestern Nebraska anil Xorlhnestcrn Kansas. ce asi Saloroa is. tic iTcCcoi Feed Mill , Bailrcid St. Republican Yalley Lands. NO. rowxl HA...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 20 May 1886

THE MCOOK TETBUKE , SUPPLEMENT. A'cCO HC , SEE OTHERWISE AND PERSONAL. Miss MAMIE DICKENS , tUe eldest daughter of the novelist , has written , a brief biography of her father. TCNKIB CLAFKIN'S husband , the Visconde do Monsorrala , is a rich dealer in India shawls in London. Gov-Etucr FOUAKEII is reported as sayin < r "that the American public must have cither a hero or a victim. " VOGIthe famous German tenor , hsis a farm in the Bavarian Alps on which somo far-famed clioeso is made. autograph seekers are never disappointed. His pen is alwaj's ready to satisfy the applicant. Ex-PKl-SIDKNT GONZALKS , of McX- ico , has hud articles of impeachment presen'ted njraiust him in the Mexican congress. THE Countess de lloolifoucjiuld and the Countess de Botluino appear on tho real estate assesuieut rolls in New Orleans for § 100,000. Mil. BLAINE is reported to have once said , in reply to a remark : "In poli tics there is no gratitude. Politics means ambition and success. " Ex-Gov. CUKTIN...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 20 May 1886

Thursday , May 2oth , iSSG. i. 'Indicates that your subscription to this paper HAS KXPinr.n , and that < i conljnl Invitation Is extended to call and rontyv ithe same. Subscription , $2 per yen1 Local Intelligence. Fresh candy at the City Bakery. f C. P. Rinker is headquarters organs. to W. W. Palmer for y harness. 32-tf Crown : ewing Machi Rinker' s. The best vratch on earth for McCrackeu. 1,000,000.00 to loan Agee & Wiley. Xew curtain scrim and new goods at Wilcox & Fowler's. Mason & Hatnlin organs at McCook Implement Emporium. A car-load of seed corn at Fry & Snow's feed store. Money loaned to persons to make final proof. Agee & Wiley. Organs rented until tho rent pays for them at C. P. Ilinker's. A full line of hardware , stoves and tinware at C. D. Palmer's. The finest stock of groceries in the city at Wilcox & Fowler's. Do you want the best wind mill made go to C. P. Rinker , he has it. Brewer Bros , butcher only corn-fed steers. No cows or range cat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 20 May 1886

BEYOND THESE TEARS. nf sins. 3UXXIE A. MoxTronx. J'oyond thtse dreams and tears Ueyond thc-ec hopes aud fear-- Be3'oiid these weary years There wails for thee A home , so wondrous fair , So sweet , so pure , the air Breathes anthems everywhere Iu hannouy. Angelic creatures move , Through every balmy grove WLose constant theme is love In rapture sutigj And on their harps ib wrought Those strains divinely taught ; And every rythm caught On roses hung. Till even' pulse was filled With their swcet'breath , distilled For tender chords that thrilled _ 'Neath touches lov. "Where limpid streams pursue Enchanted bowers through ; And myriad drops of dew ICcsplcudcnt glow. Where tranquil sides repose O'er every stream that Hows , Whose cnstal be.iutv throws A light sublime. No tongue cau e'er possess The gift to A ? f conless The inatchlcss'lovclincss Of that fair clime. Ob , spirit , why shoulels't thou Bemoan and murmur now ? Is't not ciiouL'h to know Beyond these tears , When carthlv scenes...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 20 May 1886

p-7 BEYOND THESE TEARS , B ? 3I11S. JUJfXIE A. .MOXTrOUT. Beyond tlujsc dreams and tears Beyond tho-cc hopes and fear-- Beyond these weary years There waits for thee A home , so wondrous fair , So sweet , so pure , the air Breathes anthems everywhere Iii harmony. Angelic creatures move , Through every balmy grove "Whose constant theme fs love In rapture sutig ; And on their harps ib wrought Those strains divinely taught ; And every rythm caught On roses hung. Till even" pulse was filled With their sweetbreath , distilled Tor tender chords that thrilled 'Xeath touches low. Where limpid streams pursue Enchanted bowers through ; And myriad drops of dew Kespleudent glow. ' Where tranquil skies repose O'er every stream that lions , Whose crystal bc-auty throws A light sublime. No tongue can e'er possess The gift towf contess The inatchlcss'loveliness Of that fair clime. Oh , spirit , why shoulds't thou Bemoan and murmur now ? Is't not cnouirli to know Beyond these tears , When earthly sc...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 20 May 1886

Services of Henry Smltli. _ Thero urn always several letters awaiting Speaker Carlisle's eye , which show how completely sonic people aro willing to make use of the public 83rvuiiU/of / tho country. These letters aro c omj'jiuiiica tions requesting tho speaker td decide some parliamentary point which ii-.rotib- lingsome organization. Occasionally a debating club gets all torn up over thing in Cushing's Manual and a ; refer the settlement of the whole 0. to the speaker of the hous3 of rcpre tives. Jlr. Carlisle usually hands a letters to ilr. Henry H. Smith , tho clerk and author of the book of 5C containing tho manual and digj rules and practices of tho houjj Smith is what tho boys call mentary shark. " Ho sits in fr speaker's desk and follows th tho legislation more closely tha bor upon the floor. When tho _ a tangle , and a dozen men are uplffi teir Jeet making this or that parliamentary in quiry , Harry Smith is tho coolest man there. Not only does ho know the propsr rulings , bu...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 20 May 1886

- re to the front ! T LD RELIABLE GENERAL STO OF W : H. HAYDEN & COMP NY ! SOLE AGENTS Eaton Mills , Eaton , Colo. , Flour , the finest in the land. F. S. Johnson & Co. , Milford Mills Flour , the best made in the state. * Mourilyan , Heimann & Co. , Yokohama , Japan , the finest Japan Teas ever sold in the country , and Butterick Publishing Co.'s Paterns. / \TT n nnp/ \ / OUR S10C COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT ! WOULD CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF Suits in Light and Dark Plaids , Cassimeres , Worsteds , Cork Screws , Etc. , in the various shades. A full line of Pants in light-weight stripes , from $3 to $8. In Ladies' Summer Goods , Lawns , Buntings , Crinkled Seer Suckers , Nun's Veiling , Laces and Embroideries , we have the best in the Valley. An Elegant Lot of Silk Vel vets and Brocade and Plain Velveteens in shades. A Full Assortment of Fashionable Buttons. Our Stock of Ladies' and Misses' Shoes in French and Curso Kids was never so complete as...

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 — 27 May 1886

MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MAY 27 , 1886. NUMBER RT GOODS SB CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT IN THE REPUBLICAN VALLEY ! e Have the Largest Assortment an4 will Guarantee Prices to be as " . " " ; ' " as those at the Missouri River. INVITE YOUR INSPECTION. MAIL ORDERS FILLED THE SAME DAY AS-RECEIVED. CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER. : : j McCOOK , NEBRASKA. i f L. LOWMAN & SON. / - W. C. LaTOURETTE & CO. Sf * f > L IN : SHELF AN EAVY : * , * . ill . - * y " . -O HARDWARE ! ' STOVES AND TINWARE , WIRE , j STUDEBAKER WAGON , PLOWS ; Etc. * NEBRASKA. i L , . * * T atchmaker and Jeweler. H > s. * * / . THE , SOMELBTE STOSK rj * t " \ \K \ THEXWEST , AND ' * ' * ' - AT THE LOWEST PRICES ! PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO THE OF-FINEAND CA'TED WATCHES. . T * JV. ENQRA.VING'FREE. . , . . . - > . . * " V- BUSINESS DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE McCOOK , NEBRASKA. 0. L. LAWS , 2csitcr. _ C. F. BAECOCE , Becoher. OFFICE Hoons : From 9 A. M. to 12 M. , and 1 to 4 P. M. ,...

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 — 27 May 1886

THEY KNOW HB EDITOK. BV BENJAM.IX KOIlTlinOP. ' Fix it for 3011 ? " observed X. "Of course . I will ; I can do it as casv as .A * . * winking. No trouble at all. I should be delighted. I knoyv the editor and he will do anything I ask him to. " So , so. You are going to fix it , are you , X , old bo3 * ? And it won't be a _ particlo of trouble because you knoyv the editor ? So 3-011 do , EO 3-011 do ; and , friend X. , yvhat is a great deal more to the point , ho knows you. He knoyvs you like a book. Let me sec , where did the editor meet 3011 first ? Oh ! yes. I have it now. You yvere boys together in the same countrj' town. Perhaps his father yvas a poor man ami 3ours was a the counlv judge. Perhaps 3-011 yvore tailor-made clothes at school and his yvere home spun and patched. You didn't know him in those days. Mr. X. , for 3-011 yvere rich and he was poor. After a feyv years 3'our father died and 3011 went into a dry goods store as a clerk while the ed itor yvcnt to the city and b...

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 — 27 May 1886

THE PRESIDENT'S TEMPER. A'Goocl-Uiniiorcd ManVIio Some times Makes It Warm for in truders. "Deed , sail. President Cleveland i.sdc test-humored man I've ever seen in tliis house , " said an old colored attend ant at the white house this afternoon. The other servants speak of Mr. Cleveland in the same way. They praise his general amiable disposition and laud his generosity. During mild weather the president is fond of walk ing around the yard of evenings and and early in the morning , He is fre quently accompanied by one of the messengers or the hostler , and the at tendants are pleased at the way he greets them. . "Jlr. Cleveland knows us all by name , " said one of them to your cor respondent , "and he never fails to speak when he comes in contact with ns. He seems to be fond of talking to 7 the servants , too. There is nothing haughty about him when he is away from the crowd. " "Do you mean to say he is harsh when he is conducting public business ? " I asked. ' Well , not that , "...

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 — 27 May 1886

P. M. AND E. tt. KDDIELL r Editors and Publishers. BOX ELDER BLOSSOMS. Miss Ella Piper has commenced sehoo ! * in district number 3 . Mrs. Wm. Campbell has returned tc her home at Lincoln. Miss Olie Long is now dusting the keys of a fine new organ. These warm sunny days arc bringing up the corn in One shape. Mr. Pane is making improvements on hia claim just north of Box Elder. Mr. Stiles has moved into our neigh borhood and we extend to him a kindly greeting. A Bible reading association has beei organized at the Box Elder church which shows signs of much interest. 3- . -"S - Elder Long has removed to lul'-farm on the Lower Willow. We regret the loss of the society of his family fron our neighborhood. Children's day services will be held a the church at Box Elder , on Sunday , May 30th , in connection with a baske dinner. A very pleasant time is lookec for. Justice Chrysler was called into ser vice , one night last week , by a young couple who desired to unite their future prospects ...

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 — 27 May 1886

Thursday , May 2/th , 1886. Indicates that your subscription to this X paper HAS EXPIKED , and that a cordial invitation is extended to call and renew the same. Subscrlptioa , $2 per year. Local Intelligence. Fresh candy at the City Bakery. City Drug Store. Chenery & Stiles. C. P. Rinker is headquarters for organs. @TGo to W. W. Palmer for your harness. 32-tf. _ BSJT'The Crown Sewing Machine at Rinker' B. Et3rBaby shoes a specialty at J. F. Ganschew's. S1 , 000 , 000.00 to loan on farms. Agce & Wiley. ' New curtain scrim and new goods at Wilcox & Fowler's. Mason & Ilamlin organs at McCook Implement Emporium. will buy an all-calf ? hoc at J. F. Ganschow's. A car-load of seed corn at Fry & Snow's feed store. EST'For best goods and lowest prices at J. F. Ganschow's. Money loaned to persons to make final proof. Agee & Wiley. A full line of hardware , stoves and tinware at C. D. Palmer's. Ice Cold Soda Water , Ginger Aleand , Seltzer. City Drug Store. The finest s...

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 — 27 May 1886

THE TRIBUNE. F. M & E. HI. ICIiTOlKLL , , Pubs. ' McCOOK , - NEB. OVEK THE STATE. THE UNSOLVED MYSTERY. Yesterday was another period of mas terly inactivity with the police , as far as doing any. effective work in ferreting ou tho murderers of Christopher Ruhlo was concerned. A few unimportant threads o evidence were collected by the coroner , but as yet thd first real clue to the perpetrators of the crimo remains to bo discovered. The fact was brought to light yesterday tha Ruhlc was in * Omaha Monday , that he went to Lincoln and returned Tuesday about three hours before his death. Frank Lindcmann met Ruhle late Monday after noon and went with him into McClcllan's saloon at the corner of Eleventh and liar ney , where they had two glasses of beer. On coining out they walked over to the City hotel , where Ruble spoke to a man standing upon the coroner. Ho had some conversation with the man , who finally said , "I have no money ; will you put uj for me ? " Ruhlo replied , "Oh ! I...

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 — 27 May 1886

THE TEIBUNE. F. M & E. ITI. Pubs. McCOOK , NEB. OVER THE STATE. THE IWSOl/VED OTYSTEBY. Yesterday was another period of mas terly inactivity with the police , as Tar as doing any. effective work in ferreting ou the murderers of Christopher Ruble was concerned. A few unimportant threads o evidence were collected by the coroner , but as yet the' first real clue to the perpetrators of the crime remains to be discovered. The fact was brought to light yesterday tha Ruhle was in * Omaha Monday , that he went to Lincoln and returned Tuesday about three hours before bis death. Frank Lindemann met Ruble late Monday after noon and went with him into McClcllan's Baloon at the corner of Eleventh and liar ney , where they had two glasses of beer. On coining out they walked over to the City hotel , where Ruble spoke to a man etanding upon the coroner. He had some conversation with the man , who finally said , "I have no money ; ivill you put uj for me ? " Ruble replied , "Oh ! I'll pay for yo...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 27 May 1886

-HE EXPZdXED HIS CRIME. Jim Reynolds Hanged at Sidney , Neb. , fot Murder of the I'lnlxtonn. Sidney ( Neb. ) Special of the 21st to the Omaha Herald : James Reynolds was hanged at 3:27 o'clock this afternoon for the murder of James Pinkston and his son Johnnie. The condemned man was awake till last night , talking with his minister , to whom he confessed hm crime. Whenever mention was made of his family or .the Pinkstons he would burst into tears , and could only be comforted by the clergyman , in wbpm he placed great reliance. During his conversation last night ho expressed himself TIB being willing to die , although lie would have liked to live a few years longer in order to make his peace with God and man. man.He He arose at an early hour this morning and received the rites of baptism. Ho EH afterwards ate a hearty breakfast and passed the remainder of the morning in EHm conversation with the clergymen. Ex- m Sheriff Fowler was with him part of the time and was requested to accom...

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