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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 27 May 1886

1 Fie to the Front ! 1 THE OLD RELIABLE GENERAL STORE OF W. H. HAYDEN & COMPANY ! * r © OLE AGENT © I Baton 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. OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT ! WOULD GALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF CLOTHING 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 com...

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 — 3 June 1886

I VOLUME VJ' ' McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JUNE 3 , 1886. NUMBER 1. I * * Kw CLOTHIIG EST 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. L. LOW W. C. LaTOURETTE & CO. DEALERS IN = FTP AN EAVY PQ 02O E ? ttd td O GQ o GQ3 td 02 CD tr1o HARDWARFf IV ? JLlj lVjLJ' ' /nLlYJJ-,1 STOVES TINWARE , BAR WIRE , STUDEBAKER WAGON , PLOWS , Etc. McCOOK , NEBRASKA. WATCH THIS SPACE NEXT WEEK ! F. L. McCRACKEN , Jeweler. E. K. 1 53 5 § Uj 01 CO < g * § WATCH THIS SPACE MEXT WEEK ! F. L McCRACKEK , Jeweler. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE McCOOK , NEBRASKA. C. L. LAWS , Eegister. C. F. BA3COCS , 2eeiver. OFFICE Houus : From 9 A. JI. to 12 M. , and 1 to 4 P. M. , mountain time. COCHRAN & HELM , Attorneys-at-Law & Gen'l Agents , McCOOK , : NEBRASKA. Prompt...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 3 June 1886

THE TKIBUKE. F. M. & E. M. , Fobs. McCOOK , NEB. OYEE THE STATE. THE JTOJI.V MURDER TRIAL. Beatrice special to Omaha Republican : The Emma Horn murder case , wherein she is charged with murdering her stepson , ia still in progress. The evidence of the wit nesses on tho part of state , Saturday and to-day , has been very damaging to the de fendant , and is evidently weaving a strong chain of circumstances that point un erringly to defendant's guilt. Tho evidence goes to show that by tho most exquisite , repeated and long-continued torture and brutality to little Con Horn , Emma Horn brought about his death , and that two brutal kicks on his little stomach the day before his death were the final and crown ing act that broughtabout and was the immediate cause of death. It was proven that she would not give him sufficient to drink ; that ho would often slip to the tub and drink when ho not soap-suds was no ticed by her , and would sometimes drink out of tho horse trough ; that the d...

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

o * as given by J. p. McQallough , a de ctivc , Ion nfth0 di c ouol Detect/voFur- wng , District attbrnoy Qfovor a d h as tnstant ( McDonald ) , forged a cjtfeck on an astern house presented/it at their uani : . uc , vas arrested ant/placed in jai and assigned to tho cell alining that o Wnxwcii.He testified nat immediately alter his mcarceratiopyiie introduced him self toJMaxwell and rorked himself into his confidence , an < L/rffioUt ten days afterward he hecame e Jn a conversation witl iattcr's case. During coversatioil thc defendant told tho tat tllJ ony ] pomt in tu ] , case ut which he felt uncertain and uneasy that concerning the money. He sail "that if he could only prove that he hat plenty of money when Preller camo to St. Louis he would have ijo anxiety about a speedy acquittal. The witness offered to fix that all right , but told defendant that ho must hnow all about the case or he could do nothing. Maxwell then made a free and full confession of all thc particulars o t...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 3 June 1886

> # * F. M. AINTD E. 31. KIMMELL Editors and Publishers. VOLUME 5. With ihis ifsuc TIIK TRIBUNE enter upon the fifth year of its existence. Ou policy will be maintained. We have n new line of action to map out. No new song to sing. Our position is already clearly defined. We believe the past fc be-the best guarantee of the future Hence we have no excuses to make u promises to frame , other than the assur ance that THE TRIBUNE will ever be in the van of improvemenfcwith the growth and prosperity of our city and country A GREAT many of the ablest news papers of the Republican Valley are pressing the name of Hon. Gr. L. Law& of McCookas , a republican candidate fo Secretary of State. Mr. Laws is a strong man , not only in himself , but in his constituency , and probably no man in the Republican Valley would prove a more available candidate. Hasting Gazette-Journal. ' Tins valley has two aspirants in the repub lican ranks for the nomination for secretary of state Zedikerof Frankl...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 3 June 1886

Thursday , June 3d , j886. . that your subscription to this X EXPIKED'and > & n CO"11111 J | fended to call and renew tap same. Subscription. ? 3 per year. Fresh candy at the City Bakery. City Drug Store. CSenery & Stiles , headquarters ' for to W. W. Palmer for your 32-tf. i'he Crown Sewing Machine at s. _ _ shoes a specialty at J. F. rGanschuw's. * © $ ! , 000,000.00 to loan on farms. Agee & Wiley. B5$3 will buy an all-calf shoe at J. F. Ganschow's. A car-load of seed corn at Fry & Snow's feed store. A ear-load of salt just received at Wilcox & Fowler's. 25F"For best goods and lowest prices at J. F. Ganschow's. Mason & Hamlin organs at McCook Implement Emporium. Money loaned to persons to make final proof. Agee & Wiley. 10 pounds of Boasted Coffee for $1 at Wilcox & Fowler's. j"rcsh and salt meats of the choicest quality at Brewer Bros. A full line of hardware , s > tovcs and tinware at C. D. Palmer's. Ice Cold Soda Water , Ginger Aleand Seltz...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 3 June 1886

AFTER THE CALL. Blic counts her conquests all as naught Before tills crowning one The love tliat seemed to conic unsought , Like eplendors of the sun ; And every word Le spoke to-night Is pravcn on her brain In letters of auroral Jiglit , Forever to remain. She lays her lips upon the hands Ills fervent lips have kissed ; And o'er her clear eyes she stands There comes a Lappy mist What was her charm In form or face O'er others at the ball That he should do her such a tjrace As choose her inld them all ? SLe casts her shining silks aside , And robes her for her rest ; Her only dream till morning tide , "He loves me loves me best. " O virgin faith I O face so sweet ? 0 heart that pulses true ! Will any man's heart ever beat As loyally for you ? * He leaves the ball , but not for rest , And not for faithful dream ; Life needs , it seems , another zest Where Lais reigns supreme. Fill higher the beaker with champagne , And crown the board with flpw'rs ; A husband may not know again Such g...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 3 June 1886

.tow the Hoe Should Be Used in Corn-Fields in Connection With the Cultivator , Etc. The Hoe In tho Corn-meld. lit requires ranch less worjc to raise a ropof corn now that thd ground is larked , the seed droppp'd and covered ' 5th a machine , and lho soil stirred 'ith a riding cultivs br , than in the old when allJ rSe' operations were e use of hand tools. hefieldr/aro muck larger , and the mouirt/of corn raised would have as- nnisbfcd the farmers of a former age. introduction of machinery has : gktened'toil in the corn-field and ireatly increased the crop. It is likely , lowever , that most western farmers ely too much on machinery in raising orn. They seem to expect that ma- hines operated by horses will perform 11 the delicate operations that were ormerly performed by men using hand ools. They appear to forget that even he best machines are not endowed with atelligence. They use them not as .ids in corn culture , but they rely on hem for the performance of all the rork. They were ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 3 June 1886

im tOM 7 ( I EL IA is , Matony 'Qplo. , Flour , the finest in the land. F Johnson & Co. , Milford & * ° * - ' * i ff f B B * * B * 5TI T * * * t * 3 B . * * ' * M * * ' * i w j * l * * " * * M M > < it * Im/l 'T'S i N Rj * B VTIT ! t/ 4 * r i - V R " rf * W * * VV tf s j 3"Oi "fl TI % 4" Mli JT % Of-3"rf * f ? N Go.Yokohama Japan - - 1V1111S JD lolir " , 11 © D6S1 ; XU8iCL6. ' ; IH HI © SU l } © , . , , , ' - , , . . ' - * the ffiest Japan Teas eyer sold in the country utterick Publishing Co.'s Paterns. ii ' * ; P / < jW . . - E\l \ H j A * ' SPEGI-AL ATTENTION TO OUR EkEG-ANT ASSORTMENT OF steds Cork Screws ' , , * ,1 \ , * . . line of Pants in light-wei * w 's' Bunimer Goods , ' Lawns. , Buntings , Grinkled g r . ' rs . A i > ' K Laces an s , we havethe best in the Valley. ant Lot of Silk Vel- * „ - - r\ % l ets and sortment of Fashionable t S * ' ' -Buttons 'a hoes , in French and Cur so Kids was y T Superior to nny.on Hie market , 'being 'Heavier , Stronger B...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 June 1886

VOLUME V. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JUNE 1O , 1886. NUMBER 2. DRY GOODS ss CLOTHING ESTA 1 ENT 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. LOWMAN W. C. LaTOURETTE & CO. EDEALERS IN : SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE I/ / ! STOVES AND TINWARE , " BARB WIRE , STUDEBAKER WAGON , PLOWS , Etc. \ r McCOOK , - - NEBRASKA. EVERYTHING NEW ! McCRACKEN'S JEWELRY STORE WHEN YOU WANT A OR Always go to MeCracken's first and save time and money and you will invariably find just what you are looking for. Beware of buying from those outside the regular jewelry busi ness. There is no advantage of dealing with uuprincipled trad ers , deceiving they care not who. McCracken is a square dealer and guarantees satisfaction. Only first-class work done and warranted. EAST SIDE MAIN AVENUE....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 June 1886

THE TRIBUNE. . F. M. & E. M. Fab . McCOOK , NEB , OVEE THE 8TATE. INTERVIEWING AN ANARCHIST. Balthazar Ran , the Chicago anarchis' who was arrested night before last at tin instance of the Chicago police , is still con fined in the central police station. He hai been removed from tho iron cells where thi common prisoners are generally confinei and placed in the wooden cage , which if generally used for female captives. Rai passed a sleepless night , pacing restlessly to and fro in his cell. When seen by a re porter for the Herald he was seated in ar arm chair calmly smoking a cigar. He was more cheerful than when first arrested , and was willing to talk quite freely. "I don't know yet" said he , "the nature of the indictment which has been founi against me in Chicago. In fact , I do nol know as yet that an indictment has beer found. Indictments don't amount tc much anyhow. They've been indictinj almost everybody in Chicago. Its a dif ferent matter entirely to prove that the indi...

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 — 10 June 1886

A GREAT AND iLORIOUS EVEHT. The Chief Executive of the Nation Joins the Ranks of Married Men. He and Miss Frankie Folsom Wedded Under Ihe Most Favorable Circumstances. CostnmcB of the Bride and Toilets Worn by Ladles In Attendance. Eloquent and Impressive WorJf Performed fry the 3Ian of the Cloth. According f o previous announcement , the marriage of President Cleveland and Miss Francis Polsom , took place in tho white house at Washington at 7:30 on tho even ing of the 2d. About half-past six the gucsla began to Arrive , their carriages drawing up to the main door on Pennsyl- vania avenue. The first arrival was Secre tary Lamar , at G:37. Ho was closely fol lowed by Rev. Dr. Sunderland and wife and during the next few minutes there camo in quick succession Postmaster General Vilas and wife , Mr. Wilson S. Bissell , Secretary and Mrs. Endicott , Secretary Bayard , Secretary and Mrs. Whitney and Secretary Wanning and his wife. Removing their wraps in the state dining room , all the gu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 June 1886

P. M. AND E. 31. K13I3IELL , Editors and Publishers. WE learn that llisley of the Reveille has purchased the Akron Beetle , paying therefore $25. Our informanthowever , does not aver that the money was paid cash in hand. EDITOR ROSEWATER has again reck oned sadly without his host , and in the sweet subsequently , when in search of goregalorehe will doubtless cross pens with another than the "genial Topics , " whose recent excoriation , Edward will perhap-s never forget nor forgive. NEWSPAPERS come high up in ilitch- ceck county. The Stratton Gazette sold , the other day , we learn , to A. W. Suiter , for' the munificent sum of $ if ) , under a mortgage held against the con cern by Suiter , taken to secure a labor debt. The'retiring journalist , we are informed , will be short about $500 , but his large experience will amply repay him for that small item of expense. Glory is immortal. COUNTY-SEAT ITEMS. - o - 31r. Ballew wont to Akron , .Saturday , and juturneil Monday A. 31. V. Fran...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 June 1886

Thursday , June loth , 1886. Indicates that your subscription to this X paper HAS RXPIUUD , nnd thnt a cordial Invitation la extended to call nnd renew 'the ' same. Subscription , $2 per year. Local Intelligence. Prcsh candy at the City Bakery. City Drug Store. Chenery & Stiles. C. P. Rinker is headquarters for organs. 25T Go to W. W. Palmer for your harness. 32-tf. Crown Sewing Machine at Rinker's. JS@-$1 , 000 , 000.00 to loan on farms. Agce & Wiley. A car-load of seed corn at Fry & Snow's feed store. Mason & Hamlin organs at McCook Implement Emporium. Money loaned to persons to make final proof. Agee & Wiley. 10 pounds of Roasted Coffee lor $1 at Wilcox & Fowler's. Fresh and salt meats ol' the choicest quality at Brewer Bros. A full line of hardware , stoves and tinware at C. D. Palmer's. Ice Cold Soda Water , Ginger Ale , and Seltzer. City Drug Store. Do you want the best wind mill made go to C. P. Rinker , he has it. New stock of Children's Clothing just...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 June 1886

JOY. Tfcrsnpli sliaiiowy sleep her eyes appear , And Heaven seems half be-noken. Her sweet lips , warm and fonu , draw near , ToucL and the dream Is broken J "Whenever I seek a dewy wood In May , she flits thereunder A spellful doubt of solitude , A passion , and a wonder , 8ometLfnp escaped from happy dreams , . Slill nearly overtaken , Now here iier fairy covert seems ; I come , and 'Us forsaken ! How there she waits with hands outstretched , A'phantom that'the' dew leaves , A subtler beautyisomehow stretched In sunshine under new leaves. But still the phantom will not brook Pursuit , approach , or beckoning , Ixor even the shadow in my look Of memory , doubt , or reckoning. * fWhen thought in brief exalted moods Its mortal cumber loses , She whispers , through my solitudes , The spells of all the Muses ; But when I turn for nearer bliss , To lips as sweet as dreaming , The mere conception of my kiss Dispels the lovely seeming. Anon I find her at mv side. Among some gay throng's s...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 June 1886

A RICH FAMILY. tthe Valuo or the Astor Property In , / 2i"ew York. Looking out of my window last even Sng I saw the Astor brothers .passing down Twenty-sixth street , writes : New York correspondent of The Phila delphia Times. They were coming from their business office just below Broadway , on the street they were tra versing. Here they have quite a pre tentious brick building ; which looks like a banking house. It is fitted up like one. On 'the inside it has all the paraphernalia of screens , desks , big books , and clerks which are so common an financial establishments. On the outside of the door there arc two brass signs , one bearing the name of Jolm J. Astor , the other William W. Astor. On the inside each of the brothers has a private office and plenty of clerks to do the work. This place is a singular little institution. It wears an air of repose entirely foreign to a business es tablishment yet within its walls there arc more transactions of importance yearly than in many a...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 June 1886

METROPOLITAN u i TT T T / n nn / TI T 15 > DRUG SlOREm TJ < 5 MeCOOK , NEBRASKA. rn . 3DTJ en | . A. SPALDING , PROPRIETOR , > TJ o I Q | Z | tn ? 5 Pianos and Organs , j \ z o SEWING MACHINES. 0. < U ) J. A. TAYLOR , Druggist. TIlPFi1 Li : DEALERS IN LU Sash , Doors , Blinds , Lime , Cement , HAED AND SOFT COAL. YARDS AT Bertrand , Elvvood.Oxford , Edison. ArapahoeCambridge. Indianola , McCookCulbert son , Stration , Trenton and Benkelman in Neb. Yuma and Akron in Colo. mm Wind Mill , Supeiior to any on the market , being Heavier , Stronger Built and therefore a more Durable Mill. U is the only . absolutely safe Mill built ; and out of Thousands Erected During 12 years past , not one has ever blown away and left the Tower standing. A record no other Mill can show. We offer to put up any of our 1'UMPIXG MILLS ON THIRTY DAYS TRIAL And If they don't give satisfaction , will remove Mill at our own expense. Also Manufacturers of the Celebrated Challenge Feed Mills , Corn She...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 June 1886

! i n VOLUME V. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JUNE 17 , 1886. NUMBER 3. J EVERYTHIN HAS GONE TO E Our En Stock WE HAVE NO OLD SHOP WORN GOODS , BUT EVERYTHING IS NEW , GLEAN AND STYLISH. We Guarantee to Sell Goods for Less Money Than Any irot tore To , OUR STOCK MUST BE SOLD. - : - COME AND GET OUR PRICES. W. C. LaTOURETTE & CO. EDEALERS IN = SHELF AND HEAVY CQ CQO td O tdo Kj CD o STOVES TINWARE , BAR WTRF VV IJLYJL- , , STUDEBAKER WAGON , PLOWS , Etc. McCOOK , NEBRASKA. EVERYTHING NEW ! McGRAGKEN1 1RY STORE WHEN YOU WANT A , JH OR SILVEXR.WARR. Always go to McCraeken's first and save time and money and you will invariably find just what you are looking for. Beware of buying from those outside the regular jewelry busi ness. There is no advantage of dealing with uuprincipled trad ers , deceiving they care not who. McCracken is a square dealer and guarantees satisfaction. Only first-class work done and warranted. EAST SIDE MAIN AVENUE , McCOOK , NEBRASKA. L S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 June 1886

THE TBIBUNE. F. OT. < k E. OT. , Pub * . McCOOK , NEB. OVEE .THE STATE. THE PRE-ESII'TIOIT Z.-17F. Register JJurtch of the Valentine land office , who was in Omaha yesterday , was seen by a reporter in regard to the bill which has passed congress repealing the pre-emption laws. "I think , " said Mr. Burtch , "that the bill is a good one. The pre-emption law was at one time an excel lent thing , but it has long since outgrown its usefulness. In lact in many cases it works a decided injury. The way things are now a man can pre-empt 1GO acres of land , live on it for six months and then prove up. This is all well enough , but the chances are that some capitalist will in duce him to take up another 1GO sicres un der the homestead act. The capitalist is always ready to lend the money for the purpose , taking a mortgage on the original quarter-section as security. In n great many instances the borrower is unable to pay the mortgage , and so the land reverts to the capitalist , leaving ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 June 1886

DETERMINED TO OKRFZ2V. 37 < - J/foM u Belfast Assume a Decidedly 1 Serious Character. Uolfast cablegram : The people have been wrought to n state of great excitement by the riotous demonstrations of the Orange- men during the past tw < J daj-s. All work is stopped , stores closed , nnd many resi dences clofcely barricaded. Mobs are in every street prepared for further deeds of f violence. The Orangemen are greatly in ' , censed at the constabulary for firing upon , / them , and threaten to sack their barracks. Detachments of soldiers and police have been forwarded from Dublin and other cities to Belfast to assist the authorities to restore order. At midnight a mob of Orangemen raided a public house keptrby a Catholic named O'Hare , and after sacking it set it on fire. The police charged the rioters a dozen times with bayonets , but were each time forced back by volleys of stones. The police flnalty were forced to take refuge in their barracks , where they fired upon the mob fr...

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