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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 18 September 1884

CASH ! CASH ! CASH ! WE 'WISH TO SAY TO That as we have no high-salaried book keepers to pay , * ne bad debts to loose , and no large debts to" carry at a heavy expense of interest , etc. , and that by . . cutting down our expenses we are enabled - " " ' " bled to sell our goods at prices AVERAGING LOWER Than any other Firm ever offered Goods at in Red Willow County ! A PARTIAL PRICE LIST. "Prairie Kose" [ New Process ] Flour. Warranted. Per hundred weight $2.25 . ArbucMes Coffee , 6K > s. for . . . . ' . 1.00 Light "C" Sugar , 131bs. for . . . . . . . 1.00 LAWNS ! LAWNS ! Lawns ! Per yard 7c. TEA ! TEA ! Tea ! From 25c.to75c. REMEMBER ! We will pay the HKrHESTtmarket price for PKODUCE in * exchange for goods AT OASH'.PBICES. All Everybody Gome and See Us , All WILCOX BROS. D. KENDALL'S BILLIARD HALL & FAVORITE RESORT , O5 = US THE PLACE Ice Cold Lemonade Beer Nuts , Ginger , Pop , , CHOICE CIGARS , CANDY , ETC , BILLIARD and POOL TABLE. CALL and ENJOY YOURSELVES Challenge Wi...

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 — 25 September 1884

I. - . . 'VOLUME III. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , SEPTEMBER 23 , 1884. NUMBER 17. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES LAND OPFICE Me.Cook , Nebraska. 0. L. LA773 , Beeister. ' ' " , C. P. 3ABCOK , EeIvsr. OFFICE Houus : From 9 A. M. to 12 M. , and 1 to 4 P. M. , mountain time. J. E. COCHRAN , ATTOENEY AT LAW , WcCOOE , 2ED WILLOW COTOXY , KSB. Practice in any Courts of the sUtto and Kim- sus , and the government Land OHico of tliis District , and before the f/and Department at Washington. Sr.tlsfaclion truaruntced , and tcrniB reasonable. Ollice 1st door south of the LT. S. Land Oflico. ' -S8. JENNINGS & STAHBUOK , ATTOKNEYS AT LAW , McCooK , - - NEBRASKA. Will Rive special attention to tlic practice of law , mid making collections. CSfOnice Second blecknorth of depot , 2 doors north Green's drug store. 2-iJJ. PAGE T. FRANCIS , COUNTY SURVEYOR , Red.Willow County Keeps certified plats of all hinds in the Hitchcock hind district. Special attention given to ni...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 25 September 1884

THE TBIBUNE. F. 91. & E. 91. 1'ubd. McCOOK , NEB NEBRASKA. . > - < - Corn is safe and a magnificent crop. ' ( There is talk of the second skating- rink in Lincoln. Adams county has decided to bold a fair in October. The Harlan county fair will beheld October let , 2d and 3d. There nro sixty students in attendance at the Hastings college. The pressing need of Grand Island is said to be a first class hotel. There is talk about fitting up a $10,000 gam bling house in Hastings. The Lancaster county fair was the most successful ono over held. A now passenger train has been put on to run in and out of Beatrice. The Dodge county fair will bo held at Fre mont October 1st , 2d and 3d. Norfolk has on exhibition a mammoth squash weighing ninety pounds. The new Congregational church at Fremont is in the hands of the bricklayers. Fremont claims a population of 7,500 , which makes it the third city in the state. The new hotel at Hastings is tobe one of the finest , if not the largest , ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 25 September 1884

KINDRED SOULS ; Supremely blest are these hearts thnt find A kindred key whoso latent tone , Awakes the sweetest echoes in the mind And breathes the music of their own. 'Tis like when Spring and Summer hath com bined And mingled each their frasrant air , " ? 9R OUF own exalted thoughts but find Btlll nobler ones reiicctcd there. Oh , rapturous Joy , what pure delight is this ! , , A feast of soul-communion sweet ! . If mortals taste of Heavenly bliss 'Tla when these kindred spirits meet. They need no tender accents to bestow- No tender touch or lips or hands : The kindred feeling needs no outward show. But each the other understands. 'Tls God who irivcs them power to recognize And each other's inmost thoughts to feel ; Each the other knows though no glance im plies The thoughts that lips dare not reveal. An Eden true this dreary world would bo If only kindred souls united ; And life n. ceaseless strain of harmony. With no discordant tones to blight it. Methlnks beyond this rugged pa...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 25 September 1884

The Tribune F. M. & E. M. K1MMELL , Editors and Publishers. SUBSCRIPTION : $2 PER YEAR INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. PIIE8IDKNT , JAMES G. LLAINE , of Maine. FOR V1CE-PJIEBIDENT , JOHN A. LOGAN , of Illinois. VOIl I'KESIUENTiAL ELECTOK8 , CHARLES H. DEWEY , of Douglas. HENHY SPIUCK , of Washington. II. B. HARRINGTON , of Gage. . JOHN MACKIN , of Grccley. A. L. BURR , of Hnrlan. STATE. toil GOVEKNOIl , JAMES W. DAWES , of Saline County. roil LIECTENANT-aOVEKNOH , H. H. SHEDD , of Saundcrs County. FOR STATE THEASUKEIl , C. H. WILLARD , of Thayer County. FOIl STATE AUDITOH , H. A. BABCOCK , of Valley County. FOR SECIlETAnV OF STATE , Bt P. ROGGEN , of Lancaster County. FOIl ATTORNEY GENEKAI , , WILLIAM LEESE , of Scward County. FOIl COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC LANDS , JOSEPH SCOTT , of Buffalo County. FOR REGENT STATE UNIVERSITY , LEAVITT BURNHAM , of Douglas County. FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION W. W. W. JONES , of Lancaster County. CONGRESSIONAL. FOR CO...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 25 September 1884

The Tribune Thursday. Sept 25th. 1884. Indicates that your miuBcripUon to THK X TIIIUUNK boa expired , and that un invita tion to renew the sumo la extended. TO OUR ADVERTISERS. All locals under this heading 10c. a line for v each insertion , and sumo Inserted until order-1 od discontinued , unless time is epocllled. mils imyablo monthly. CONGllEGATIONAL.-Sunday School at 10 A. M. every week. Preaching services every bunday night ut 7.80. M. Ti/.Also , every alter nate bunday morning at,11. M. T. Exceptions to the above will bo noticed In locals. OKOHQK DUN-PAN. Pastor. METHODIST. Services every other Sundav morning at 10.30 , SI. T. . and evening at 8. M. 'i' . bunday School every week at a.30 , M. T. Scr- vices hold in Opera flail. AMKN lUim.KV , Pastor , CATHOLIC. Services will lie held in the Opera Hall once every four weeks. .TosKi'ii Cr.Eitv. Pastor. I. O. G. T. The Independent Order of Good Templars meet In the Congretfiitionul Church every Tuesday evening. Local In telligenc...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 25 September 1884

GONE. * * M p a The shadow of a tent I saw , Along the sloping Band , A tent upon a headland high That bulwark of the land. * Dy clay I hear the campers laugh ; And when the evening star Shone soft above tbo sea's dark rim , Like lighthouse lamps afar How Jubilant the sweep of song That burst from out that tent , A song to which the roaring sea Its bass deep-sounding lent. To-day that tent Is gone ! It loft No trace upon the sand , A lonely sky is overhead ; Below , a lonely laud. And yet the campers' song goes on ; It sounds along the shore , I hear it in the snowy surf That breaks In wild uproar. Is a life tent , a transient tent , Do not we often say ? A shadow on the stretching sand , So swift wo pass away ? To-night 1 sit alone and hear The songs ray dead did sing , And in mine cars their voices clear Will never cease to ring ; The song of deeds by souls that went Like saints in garments white ; Of honest speech , of highest aims , That sought and found the light. Oh , vanished...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 25 September 1884

, THE UNION PACIFIC. I -A Summary of the Jlcyort of President i Adam * , At the quarterly meeting oC the directors of the Union Pnclflo railway , recently held in Boston , President Adams presented a report of which the following Is a summary : To the Directors of the Union Pacific Kail- way : In view of the many unauthorized statements which have been put forth , both publicly and privately , In regard to the finan cial outcome of the operations of the Union PAclflo system during the past year.it seems advisable to submit something authentic. I nave caused the following statement for the year ending Juno 30 last , to bo prepared. The period covered Includes the last half of the company's fiscal year of 1883 , and the first half , . - of 1884- This period was one of general rail- it road depression , more especially felt by the m Union Pacific system , owing to the construe- tlon , competing roads and the prevalence of war rates. The twelve months in question covered , therefore , a...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 25 September 1884

CASH ! CASH ! CASH ! WE WISH TO SAY TO That as we have no high-salaried book keepers to pay , n © bad debts to loose , and no large debts to carry at a heavy expense of interest , etc. , and that by cutting down our expenses we are ena bled to sell our goods at prices AVERAGING LOWER Than any other Firm ever offered- Goods at in Red Willow County ! A PARTIAL PRICE LIST. / ' "Prairie Kose" [ New Process ] Flour. Warranted. - . Per hundred weight § 2.25 , -Arbuckles Coffee , Gibs , for 1.00 . . Light "C" Sugar , 131bs. for 1.00 / LAWNS' ! LAWNS ! Lawns ! Per yard 7c. TEA ! TEA ! Tea ! From 25c.to75c. REMEMBER ! We will pay the HIGHEST market price for PEODUCE in exchange for goods AT CASH PEICES. All Everybody Gome and See Us , WILCOX BROS. B. & M. PHARMACY HAVE IN STOCK A LINE OF FINE TOILET AETICLE Combs , Brushes , Perfumery , Extracts , Etc. WINES AND LIQUORS Will be sold only in cases of sickness , and then only on Physician's Prescription. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 2 October 1884

OOK WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME III. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , OCTOBER 2 , 1884. NUMBER 18. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE McCook , Nebraska. a. L. LAWD , Sogister. C. F. BABCOOH , Bcccirer. OKFICK Ilouits : From 0 A. M. to J2 M. , and 1 to 4 P. M. , mountain tlmo. J. B. COCIIRAN , ATTOEKEY AT LAW , - HeCOOZ , BED WILLOW COUNTY , 1TEB. Practice In any Courts of the sUite and Kan sas , and the government Land Olllcc of this District , and before the Lund Department at Washington. Satisfaction frimntntcc < l , and terms reasonable. Ofllce 1st door south of the U. S. Land Office. 2-28. JENNINGS & STARBUCK , ATTORNEYS AT LAW , MCCOOK , - - NB RASKA. Will Rlvc special attention to tlic practice of law , nnd making collections. SSTOfflce Second blocknortli of depot , 2 doors north Green's drug store. 2-JJJ. PAGE T. FRANCIS , COUNTY SURVEYOR , Red Willow County. Keeps certified plats of nil lands in the Hitchcock land district. Special attention gi...

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

THE TEIBUNE. F. 91. & E. 91. KIBniEIX , Pubs. McCOOK , NEB NEBRASKA. Numerous improvements are being planned at McCook. The normal school building In Fremont Is nearly completed. Omaha bankers will establish ; a clearing house association. f ' Deer and antelope are abundant in the neighborhood of Brewstcr. Beatrice feels quite sanguine of securing the new soldiers * home. The Dodge county fair will be held at Fre mont October 1st , 2d and 3d. In Omaha , three soldiers knocked a man down and took from him $20. One farmer in Sherman county raised over 1,000 pounds of grapes this season. tfen divorce cases are on the docket for the next crm of court In Hall county. Dr. Newman , the celebrated preacher lectured in Omaha a few days .ago. ThC'YounR Men's Christian association in Omaha will open gymnasium rooms. The proposition to license a saloon in Kene- saw was negatived by the town board. Cortland has decided that it can get along without a saloon , and none will bo licensed. Maxey...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 2 October 1884

OLODDS WITH SILVER LIXIXQS. Thcro'fl never n drcnm thofa huppy Hut the wnklncr makes us sud ; There B ncvern dream of sorrow , Hut tlie wnklnir mulcts us Hind ; wo shall look some day with wonder At the troubles wo have had. There's never a way so narrow But the entrance Is made straight ; There is always a iildo to point Uo To the "little wicket gate ; " Ana the angels will bo the nearer To a soul that Is desolate. There's never a heart so haughty Hut will Bomo day bow and kneel ; There's never u heart so wounded That the Saviour cannot heal : There is many a lowly forehead That is bearing the hidden seal. There's never a day BO sunny Hut a little cloud appears ; ' There's never a life so happy Hut has had Us tlmo of tears ; Yet the sun shines out the brighter When the stormy tempest clears. AGEICULTUEAL. Domestic 1'rlccs. National Stockman. When the volume of our export trade in cerail and live stock products is , compared with the totals produced at home , it seems almost wonderf...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 2 October 1884

The Tribune " F. M. & E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. SUBSCRIPTION : $2 PER YEAR INVARIABuY IN ADVANCE. NATIONAL"REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR I'HESIJJENT , JAMES 0. 1JLAINE , or Maine. KOIl VICE-1'IIESIDENT , JOHN A. LOGAN , of Illinois. KOIl PUUSIUKNTIAn ELECT0118 , CHARLES II. DEWEY , of Douglas. HE11Y SPKICK , of Washington. It. B. HAltHINGTON , of Gage. JOHN MACK1N , of Grcelcy. A. L. IJDllll , of Harlan. STATE. KOH OOVEUNOIl , JAMES W. DAWES , of Saline County. KOIl LIEUTE.VANT-OOVEUNOIt , II. II. SHEDD , of Saunders County. J'OU STATE THKASUHKIt , 1 C. II. WILLA11D , of Tliayer County. FOR STATK AUDITOIt , H. A. UAIlCOCIv , of Valley County. KOlt SKCIIETAIIY OP STATK , E. P. ROGGEN , of Lancaster County. FOR ATTORNEY OENEKAT , , WILLIAM LEESE , of Sownrd County. TOR COMMISSIONER Of 1'UIIMC LANDS , JOSEPH SCOTT , of Buffalo County. FOR IIEC3ENT STATE UNIVERSITY , LEAVITTIJURNHAM , of Douglas County. FOKSUPEHINTEMIENT OF PUISMO INSTRUCTION W. W. W. JONES , of Lancaster Cou...

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 — 2 October 1884

TheTriburie " _ _ Thursday , October 2il 1884. Indicates that your uubKci-iptlou to Tin : X TmnuM : has expired , and that * an Invita tion to rcnuw the same. Is extended. TO OUR ADVERTISERS. Ml locals tinder this heatlliitfJOc. ti line for each Insertion , and same Inserted until order ed discontinued , unless time is spccHIcd. IMI In payable ! mnntlily. CONnitKGATIONAL.-Siinday School at 10 A. 31. every week. Preaching services everv .Sunday night itt 7.iO. : M. T. Also , every altcr- imto Sunday morning at 11. M. T. Kxecptions to the above will bo noticed in locals. _ OnoitOK DtrxoAx , I'astorl METHODIST. Services every otheFs7ui7la v morning- . Kl.w : , M. T. , and evening at s , 31. T. bunday School every week ati.0 : : ! , .M. T. Ser vices held in Opera Hall. _ _ _ AM.KN HAUTI.KV , I'aMor. CATHOLHJT Services will bc held In the Opera Hull once every four weeks. _ weeks.v. . I'.istor. 1. O. G. T. The independent Older of Good Icniplars meet in the Congregational Church every Tu...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 2 October 1884

THK GOLDEN DAYS DEPARTED. O voices still beneath the churchyard sod. Bright eyes that glisten from behind long . lashes , Warm beauty early gvon"back ! to God , Kcd lips that now arc ashes 1 Ah , f o It Is ! all that hath over been Experienced by the spirit is immortal ; Each hope nnd Joy and grlotls hid within The memory's sacred portal , And yet the soft glow of the midnight hour A strain of haunting music sweet and olden , A dream , n bird , a bco , a leaf u flower , A sunset rich and golden- Can fling that portal open ; and beyond Appears the record of each earlier feeling ; All hopes , all Joys , all fears , all musings fond , In infinite revealing. Till nil the present passes from the sight Its cares and woes that make us weary hearted , And leaves us basking In the holy llglit Of golden days departed. TILE JJROA t WAY. "Many there Jic that go in thereat , " and poor Percy Howell' was one of the many. He was a frank , good-natured , im pulsive boy ; the latest born and only su...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 2 October 1884

TJUXfJS THAT XEI'JSH DIE. The pure , tlio brlBht , tbobeautiful , Thru stirred our hearts in youtb , The Impulse to n world less prayer. The dreams of love nnd truth , The loiiKlnir after something lost , The nnlrlt'8 yearning cry , The striving after better hopes These things can never die. Tbo timid hand stretched forth to aid A brotiier in his need , The kindly word In grief's dark hour That proves a friend in deed ; The plea for mercy softly breathed , When justice threatened high , The sorrow of n contrite heart ; These things can never die. The memory of a claspinir hand , The pressure of a kiss , " And all the tritles sweet and frail That makes up life's first bliss. If with firm , unchanging faith , And holy trust and high , Those bands have clasped and lips have met ; These things can never die. * The cruel and the bitter word That wounded as it fell ; The chilling want of sympathy We feel but never tell ; Tbo hard repulse that chills the heart Whoso hopes were bounding hig...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 2 October 1884

We are Offering a Large Selection of. General Merchandise1 ' AT PRISES THAT ASTONISH ALL , A SURE Taken in the .early stages of diseases , insures immediat < relief ; consequently , come early and secure the best "bargains. Do not forget about your BUTTER AND EGGS ! FOR ALL IN WANT Of one hundred and ten cents for one dollar , there is nc place in town that conies so near meeting that want as "THE PEOPLE'S STOKE. " Our goods are bought close and we gc for quick sales and small profits. Our stock of Dress Goods , Notions , Clothing , Boots & Shoes , Hats and Caps is Full and Complete. ' In abundance and at prices never so lew. We quote 110 prices of an inferior quality of goods , "but make it our aim to sell nothing but the BEST at ' CLOSE PRICES. Bespectfully , WILCOX BROS. Dm Of HAVE IN STOCK A LINE OF FINE TOILER Combs , Brushes , Perfumery , Extracts , Etc. WINES AND I Willjbe sold only in cases of sickness , and then only on Physician's Prescription. Prescriptions Careful...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 9 October 1884

v - - „ ' S McOo KLT * vA VOLUME III. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , OCTOBER 9 , 1884. NUMBER 19. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE MeCook , Nebraska. 0. L. JiAWS , EcgUtor. C. P. BABCOC2 , Boeoiver. OFFICE HOOHS : From 9 A. M. to 12 31. , and 1 to4 P. M. , mountain time. J. E. COCIIRAN , ATTORNEY AT LAW , McCOOE , BED WILLOW COTOST , NEB. Practice In any Courts of the state and Kun- f sas , and the government Lund Ofllco of this 11 District , and before the Lnnd Department at j > Washington. Satisfaction guaranteed , and terms reasonable. Office 1st door south.of the U. S. Land Office. 3-28. JENNINGS & STABBUOK , ATTORNEYS AT LAW , MCCOOK , - - NBRASKA. Will Rive special attention to the practice and making collections. E2T"Oaice Second blectnorth of depot , 2 doors north Green's drug store. 2-22. PAGE T. FRANCIS , COUNTY SURVEYOR , Red Willow County. Keeps certified plats of all lands in the Hitchcock land district. Special attention given to...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 9 October 1884

THE TBIBUNE. F. M. & E. 31. KianiKLI , , PubH. McCOOK , : : : : NEB NEBRASKA. Grcclcy county Is going to fund 810,000 of ita Indebtedness. Work Is progressing on a $12,000 school building at Omaha. A gigantic squash raised near Kiverton , this Ettttc , weighs IBS pounds. * Seventy-three immigrant wagons passed through Oxford last week. Printers employed on the Omaha Bee went out on a strike last Sunday. A colony of one hundred persons will locate in Pierce county next spring. Four hundred books have arrived for the public library at Grand Island. T. H. Head , living south of Alma , has a flno bearing peach orchard of GOO trees. Atlanta is the name of a now station on the cut-off between Holdrcdgo and Oxford. The broomcorn crop in Adams county is said to bo immense , and all harvested. At Valentine on the 27th a brakeman named * Bruce was run over by a car and lost a leg. The new settlers in the upper country are hauling their winter supplies from Valentine. The railroad conipany...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 9 October 1884

TJIU ItKASON 1VIIY. "No more the girls 1 try to mash , No more I gamBle - Ble with my cash ; . . . No more I dress i1 Up'lit to kill ; ' 4 t\ \ , No more I run 4 A livery bill ; ? i > No J smoke < f more .e if High-priced cigars ; No more my case Take in street cars ; No more I drink The'sweet benzine ; ' fc ' No more I paint , , j { , The town carmine ; 4J-t No more I see v'f Those ballet shows- ' / * No more sit down : * ? ' In 'bald-head' rows ! * i / u v- "Yt's , I'm not now S , > ' 'A fast young man , ' But have a propEr - Er life began. Beg pardon , there ! What's that you say ! ' ? ' 'Religion got Oh , dear , nay , nay ! The reason I Have changed mv mode \Oniving , ami \i My wild oats sowed , . is simply this : I'm married now Unto a wife Who'd raise a row Jn case I should Get froliesonie And So I'm kept Beneath her thumb. " Jef Joslyn , In New York Journal. "THE TYPICAL AMERICAN. " TIic lutcrcstiii-x Subject DIciiKhcd in a Lecture by tlic ICcv. Dr. Newman. Omaha Rep...

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