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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 22 January 1885

TJieTribune F.-M. & E M. Editors and Publishers -SUBSCRIPTION : $2 PER YEAR : , . INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. OUR'EXPOSITION LETTER. Aniotipr tlip inipprtfliit ] rsonnges now visitinrr thisFeciion isC/hicf Ganl of tlifj Sious Tribe of jndians , Stniid- ing Roclr Agency , Dakota. He is ac companied by liis Fqiiawniicl papoose ; and tlii'y aro'nialciiiir lusjulqnarters at the Daliotadi'juirtnuMit in the irovfrn- nient Iniildiiif , whern the little family are the wonder , if not the adiuiiation , of the populace. The canceling of the engagement with Prof. Currier and band by the Exposition Management is nothing se rious , i\e there are many bands , as fine , ' if not so 1'irge , which will be glad to furnish music , even complimentary , at any time. Notably , the Mexican Cavalry Hand , one of the best organ izations of the Kind in America , ten der their services without charge. Airuin. the grand organ in Music Hall 3 t * c is about ready for use. and will be played every day by celebra...

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 — 22 January 1885

The Tribune * ' Tlwrsdayt January 22cl . _ _ , 1885. TO DUE ADVERTISERS. Jt3T"Allocale \ umlvr this hum ! ntttio rnto of lOe. for first Insertion. nmJ fit. per line'for each fliio&eqnbnt insertion , mxl Fume will ISP run Until ordered out. inilfss time N Kjicclllr-d. Job work \int \ cash. MnteinuntK will be pre sented nt the 6ml of c.a ii mont h. CONGHEGATIONAL. Sunday School ut 10 A. M. ' . ' every M'uek. I'rcnclilntr Bfrvloi" * nvory buiulny nlKht tit M. M. T. Also , every tiller- nato Sunday inornlujr tit 13. 51. T. Inceptions to the above will lie noticed In locals. GKOIUII : DUNGAN , Pastor. METHOniBT.-Scrvices every other Sunday inornlntr t 10.w : , M. T. . nnd evening nt 8. M. T. biindiiy School Uvcry week atiW ! : , M. T. Ser vices hold in Opera flnll. AM.KN HAKTI.KV , Pastor. CATHOUC.-Scrvlces will be held in the . Opera Hull once every four weeks. JT JOhKI'I ! Cl'KIIV , PllFtOr. A. P. & A. M. McCooJTLodifr , U. I ) . , moots on the Hrst and third Tues days ol' each...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 22 January 1885

* TIIE CHILD AND TIIEY AIL ' BaiJwiB.9hlla ? * ° tins youthful Year : - "J\ hat bast tbou In store lor me , ° filycr.o * Iwiutlful g fti , what cheer , What Joy dost Ibou brloc with thccl" "My seasons four shall brinj * ibcir treasures : the Inter's snows , . " "turoa'B 8ton- , and the nowers of spring , Ana the summer's perfect rose. "AH these anil more shall be thine , Dear Chlld-but the last and best T'-iy f "lU8t cnrn by a str'fe ' dlvltw , If thou v-oudfit ! be truly blest " \Vnuldst know this last , best gift ? I T Is a conslcnce cli-ar and bright , It A peace of mind which the soulcaulift r 10 an Infinite dollght. "Truth , patience , courage , and love t 11 Ihou unto me canst bring , I will set tbee all earth'aills above , O ChlM , and crown Ihce aKIngl" Cdla Theater , In St. Xicliolas for January. DEACON JJ'NAB'S PRODIGAL. The deacon watched anxiously for liis son's reply to his letter. He felt sure that Alexander would reply. He .judged from his own standpoint , and from hi...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 22 January 1885

TVmder&W Tender * to Mm. Grant Ute Prop. < crty MorlQaycil for thv General's JCoatu Tbo followingIcttorwassontto Mrs. Ulysses 8. Grant by Mr. W. II. Vanderbllt : Mrs. Ulysses 8. Grant Dear Madnm : Ft many misrepresentations have been made k i. i regard to the loan made by mo to Gen. Grant . and rellccUnjf unjustly upon him and myself , that It scorns proper to recite brJelly the facts On Sunday , the 4th of May last , Gen. Gran ! called at my house and aekcd mo to lend him $160,000 for ono day. I gave him ray chect without question , not because the traneaetlor was business like , but simply because the je- quest came from Gen. Grant. The ralsfor tunes which overwhelmed him In the noxl twenty-four houis aroused the sympathy and regret of the whole country. Vou and he sent mo within a few days' > imo deads of youi joint properties to cover this obllga tlon , and urged iny acceptance on the ground tout this was the only debt of honoi which the general bad personally Incurred...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 22 January 1885

1. L. JOHNSON , M. D. M. A. SPALDINO. METROPOLITAN 3.RUG H : . - Everything' ( Except Liquor ) Usually Kept ina B ? , * ' * - - * rW " " r\ \ T rr \ uiuP ocoie , ALSO HANDLE SEWING fOHM McCOOK NEBRASKA. LUDWICK&TROWBR1DGE , HAVE JUST OPENED IIP A MEW LINE OF FURNITURE ! Stoves % Tinware , Japanned % Iron Ware , t A We Have a Tin Shop in Connection , and will do General Job Work in * Tin , Sheet Iron Copper Ware We Manufacture Ludwick's Patent Reflecting Lamp , For Both "Wholesale and Retail. Call and Examine Our Stock. We Will "Sell You Good Goods for the Cash. West Dennison Street , McCOOK , NEB , FRFFS & JL JLV ' - * 8 - O JJ& . PROPRIETORS OF TIIH 11 ? ij b-j i < jji liLUlJll DEALERS IN time Gemsnt Sash Boors Blinds r , , , , , , HARD AMD SOFT COAL. YARDS AT McCOOK , IHDI&HOU , CAMBRIDGE , ASiPAHOE , A11D OXFORD. STOCK DIRECTORY. JOSEPH ALLEN. Ranch on Hod Willow creek , onoliult mile above Osboi n postoilicc. Cattle brun.l- cd on rig1 Jit side anil hip as abov...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 29 January 1885

ooK WEEKLY II- VOLUME III. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JANUARY 29 , 1883. NUMBER 35. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES LAND Of PICE McCook , Nebraska. G. L. LAWO , Eceistsr. . 5. F. SAECOiE , Becchcr. OFFICE Ilouiis : Frorh 9 A. M. to V.i M. , ami 1 to 4 P. M. , mountain ' COOHUAN & HELM , ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND GF.NKRAL AHEXTS , McCOOK , : NEBRASKA. I'rompt and cnrcf ul attention Riven to I.nw Catca In alt i he Courts of the Siiuc nnd all fliifscs of U. S. Land liuMncuR trar.-wutecl before the loc.il uillce nt McCook. Nebraska , am ! ihc InieriurUcj.anmcnf ut WaaJiInston. 1) . i ' . ( jontetts n 8r.icl.iUWill pros ecute claims for rent-Ions owl rlulms for Inert-use of religions. Xotuilnl ImnlnesH done i nil iKixIs bought and bold on icnsoiinlilc term * . jS oiilce lt > t dour south Of the U S. Land Olllcf. 3.29 THOS. COMTEK , ATTORNEY AT LAW. - : - - : . ARKM KOH THE Lincoln Land Company nntl the McCook Waterworks. Heal Kstate Hou hr and Sold nnd Collect...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 29 January 1885

ALONn. The Ore flits on the \valh . Aurl glitters on the pane ; Lo ! Memory's wand recalls * Ihohuppy pustuguln. * ' leitalouc. A tender wclrdsome light O'ercnste the fading green , Amid the leaves' aad llfgnt And-Autumn's golden sheen. I roam alone. Alan ! the. vild winds sweep O'er Winter's bosom white , Like moaus of. restless sleep , Or hollow sounds of night I filch clone. ir. The hyacinth doth peep And spring-time HI es bloom , O't-r dearest ones asleep Within the dreamless tomb ; I weep alone. The distant church-bell Bounds O'er fragrant mendowa broad And silent sleepers'mounds ; All pass to worship God. I go alone. Soft doth the music fteal Out o'er the flow'ilugsod , No grJef tbess slcepein feel I'orerer more. OGod , I am nlonel T.Ji.P. Stewart i TJie Current. A STITCH IN TIME. . It started with the black and white exhibition last year. I was going through with my Uncle Mark , and we stopped in front of a picture labelled "Tho Ohemist , " and I asked Uncle what ho thought o...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 29 January 1885

CONGRESSIONAL. 8EXATB. N. January 17. a bill for tbc cucouragemciit of the American merchant marine nud promote postal und coiii- mcrcial relations with foreign countries. The senate then prccccded to a consideration of the Inter-state commerce bill , w Slater's amendment prohibiting higher rates for shorter than for longer hanls was defeated yeas 11 , nays 82. An amendment offered by Puph was agreed to , limiting the powers of the commission to powers specifically given by the bill. He moved that the bill , by unanimous consent , betaken taken from the calendar , und Cullom moved to amend it by striking out all other enacting clauses and inserting flic provisions of thescn - ate bill. Pending action on this amendment tho'senate adjourned. I10DSE. Townsliccd offered an amendment , request ing the president to invite the. co-operation of the eoverament of American nations in secur ing the establishment of a commercial league by and between said nations , to be known us the "Customs U...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 29 January 1885

if' The Tribune - F. M. & E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. SUBSCRIPTIONS3 : PER YEAR INVARIABuY IN ADVANCE. SENATOR EDMUNDS introduced a bill recently in the United States Senate providing that the manufacture , sale , or use of explosive compounds for the injury or destruction of property shall be punishable as a felony. JEFF. DAVIS writes to a confederate society in Baltimore that his respect for constitutional liberty is increasing ever. If there is a man on the face of the earth who ought to feel love as well as respect for constitutional liberty , it is Jeff. Da vis. To the superstitious veneration in which it is held by the American people ple he owes his forfeited neck. IT begins to appear that Garland of Arkansas will certainly be in the new cabinet. He.is . now in Albany holding a second consultation with Cleveland. Bayard has declined a place that was never ojfered him , on the ground that he couldn't afford to hold it owing to the amount of money he would have ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 29 January 1885

The Tribune Thursday. January 29 , 1885. TO"OUB ADVERTISERS ! S37 All localB unilor this bond nt the rate of lOc. for firHt Insertion , and fie. per Hue for each fititwoquent insertion , and tunic will bo run until ordered out. unless time is specified. Job vorli spot cash. Statements will be pro- Bontcdat tbe end of each month. CONGREGATIONAL. Sunday School at 10 -A. M. every week. Preaching BcrviceR every Sunday nijiht at 7.30. M. T. Also , every alter nate Sunday morning tit 11. M. T. Exceptions to the above will lie noticed in. locals. GKOIIQK DUNQAN , PnBtor. METHODIST. Services every other Sunday mornlntr at 10.30. M. T. , and evening at 8 , M. T. 3a * Sunday School every week uta.HO , M. T. Ser vices hold in Opera Hull. ALI.F.N DAUTLEY , Pastor. CATHOLIC. Services will be held in the Opera Hall once every four weeks. CLEUV. Pastor. 4J A. F. & A. M. McCook Lodso. U. D. . moots on the first and third Tuesdays - days of each month. G. L. LAWS , \V. M. ! ' . G. I'EES , Secret...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 29 January 1885

THE TEIBUNE. V. M. & E. M. K1MMKIX , Pub . McCOOK , NEB NEWS OF NEBRASKA. ' Inn CATTLB ISTEUEST. Senator McSbano introduced the following preamble and reso lution In the etato senate , which was adopted : Whereas , Tbo events of the past year have ahown the danger to the cattle Interests of .Nebraska and or the entire west from con tagious diseases , and have proved the neces sity for and wisdom of the animal industry bill passed at the last session of congress , and , Whereas , A committco appointed by the Rational Cattle Growars' association of -America ( which association secured the en actment ol the above law ) , is now in Washing ton endeavoring to obtain the passage of such amendments as will make the law more efTeo- tivo.and , ' Whereas , TheFO amendments are in sub stance , first , to so regulate the employment of persons by the animal Industry bureau as to secure greater ability and usefulness while at tbo same time reducing the expense , and. second , in the case of d...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 29 January 1885

KXES FOB THE BLIND. An Old Optician's Chat About Spectacles ana Those Who Use Them. A man who makes a good living , and perhaps some wealth , in aiding people to read should contribute some thing for them to read. Thus reason ing , a Tribune reporter entered the store of a prominent optician in Broad way for some information about spec tacles and oye-glasses. "I hardly know where to begin an swering your long list of questions , " said the optician. "Spectacles have to bo worn by some children of 5 years and by persons in all ages. It Is diffi- ciilt to state when sight is likely to fail , for sickness , accidents , certain professions , excessive or careless read ing , and the natural decay of strength all tend to one result. By careless reading I mean reading in unsteady or * - - dim light. Reading while traveling , especially in fast trains , is a tempting rt pastime , but it sadly strains the best of eyes. A man should not , as a hab it , smoke and read at the same time. The blu...

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 — 29 January 1885

The New Clothing Store * , . .IS NOW IN FULL BLAST ! jf f ' 'Here you will find an Elegant Assortment .of goods , and our prices never i'ail to please. IF YOU WANT A Suit , Overcoat , BOOTS , SHOES , TRUNKS , Here is an assortment to select from , and at prices guaranteed lower than ever offered in Western Neb. Call , Examine and Get Prices. E. M. BKIOKEY & GO. , ' One Block North of Bank , Main Ave. , iVlc&ook , Neb. . , . . . . . L. L JOHNSON M. D. M. A. SPALDIXO. METROPOLITAN DRUG STOR . . _ _ _ . . . * " - ' " " ' - " ' ' ' " ' - - ' - " - * " " " - r'---'j ' ! ' n Everything ( Except Liquor ) Usually Kept in a First-Class Store. ALSO SEWING MAOHINES. JOHNSON A McCOOK NEBRASKA. LUDWICK&TROWBRIDGE , HAVE JUST OPENED TIP A STEW HUE OF FURNITURE ! Stoves % Tinware , Japanned t& Iron Ware , We Have a Tin Shop in Connection , and will do General Job Work in Tin , Sheet Iron & Copper Ware , We Manufacture Ludwick's Patent Eeflecting Lamp , for "both wholesale and r...

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 — 5 February 1885

McOooK WEEKLY VOLUME III. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 5 , 1883. NUMBER R- BUSINESS DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE McCook , Nebraska. S. L. LAVS , Z 2ti . ' S. r. BA2COCE , BjMivir. OFFICE Houns : From 9 A. M. to 12 M. , and 1 to 4 P. M. , mountain .time. THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL , fe.- GEO. E. JOHNSTON , Pnor. , MACFARLAXD STP.EKT , : McCOOK , KEB. A new hotel just completed , and fitted up with new furniture throughout. Kates roas- onnble. " ' 3-35. COOHRAN & HELM , ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND GENERAL AGKNTS , McCOOK , : NEBRASKA. Prompt and careful attention Riven to Lav Caies in all the Court * of the Siate and nil clusst-H of U. S. Land Business transacted before the local oilier at McCook. Nebraska , and the Interior Department nt Washington , D. ( ' . Contest * a specialty. Will pros ecute claims for Pensions and claims for Increase of Pensions. Notarial business done i.nd lands bought and cold on reasonable term * . J3 ? OlHce 1st door loutu of ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 5 February 1885

THE TEIBUNE. P. M. & E. M. K1MBIELI , , Pub . . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ McCOOK , : : : NEB NEWS OF NEBRASKA. BISHOP WortTHiNGTON's CONSECRATION. Advices have been received that the consecration cration of Hev. Dr. Worthington as bishop of Nebraska will take place at Detroit on February ary 24. Owing to the inability of the bishop who are to act as consecrators to bo present , it has been impracticable to perform the cer emony at an earlier date. At a recent meet ing of the Protestant Episcopal clergy of De troit tbe following preamble and resolutions , reported by the committee , Ilovs. G. W. Fris bio nnd G. Mott Williams , were unanimously adopted : Whereas , The Rev. George WorthIngtonB. T. D. , rector of St , John's church , Detroit , uf- tor a second election to the important bishop ric of Nebraska , made vacant by the death of Ht.Kev. Dr. Clarkpon , has signified his ao- cepUinco of the office ; and. Whereas , ya consecration will soon take plnco and ho will shortly remove to the...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 5 February 1885

DELUSIONS OF T1IE DAFT. / i _ _ _ Some Qaoer Coses of People Cracked In the i Upper Ktory. "Hlusional insanity ! Why , certain ly there is such a thing , " said Dr. D. D. Richardson yesterday. "Nothing 'more certain. And no species of in- 'sanity is more easily or more common ly feigned. At the same time the sub jects of that variety of mania arc often the most difficult to prove insane , remember the case of a man named Frank Devlin who was brought to me. 'His ' family assured me he was insane. I had him in my charge for several days , but-failed to discover his weak point until one day his son , I think it was , came to me and told mo that Devlin had invented an infernal ma chine with which ho hoped to blow up the house in which an objectionable neighbor lived. "Now , this neighbor lived in the same house as Devlin did and was his own lodger. I questioned him about this story. He told that the neighbor .was in aconspiracy with his ( Devlin's ) wife , and then when ho paid her for ...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 5 February 1885

f- * * . .ft r + T A T R M R and Disbursements of his offlce Of J.'H. Gnomucn , Jn.-Treasurer of Red Willow County , Nebraska , showing the Receipts for the six months ending December S\el \ , IBS ! : J IlECKIPXS. DISBURSEMENTS. WAKUANTS REaisTnHKO.-rYcar 1E83Road. . aW 25 ; year 1881 GeneraU S1434 80 ; Year 1884 Bridge , § 1018 GO ; Year 1881 Road , 188t General , § 1503 92 ; Year 47 vcar ISM insane. * in < to ; i car JJXM uenerai , 91 ; x . TOTAL , f627 71. - Bridgeso,8 60 : Year 1834 Itoad ; KJ85 ; and have about § 400 00 on - fund warrants of 1834. except one for Hoc. not presented , S2 ? Slnco January 1st 1 h vo paid all general and insane tund warrants of the year 1884 , and part of the road warrants. hand in said fund 1 have also paid all the bridge Respectfully , J. H. GOODRICM , Ju. , COUNTY THEASURER. RED WILLOW COUNTY. MCCOOK. NKU. , December 14 , 1884. Th who have tollowed the.enes or articles ti the Uepublican Valley , Iromour pen , \\li thuCumii uuvo appeal ea in tn...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 5 February 1885

1 * TO OUR ADVERTISERS ! , J locals under tll. | . hf ad nt Use rate ( c. tor flrntluportlou. nnd CP. per lliu foreac " loKcqucntliiKertlon , nnd same will ho ru until ordered out. unless time la eiicciflci Job work spot cimh. Statements will bo nn sontcd at tlio end of each month. CONGHEGATIOXAL.-Pumlny School at ] A. ji. every week Preaehliur services cx-cr Sunday nluht at 7.30. M. T. Also , ox-cry alto mite Sunday niornlutr at 11. M. T. Rxcciition to the above will bo noticed In locals. OKOHOH ln ; c.vK , Pastor. METHODIST -ServfcoP every Sunday at 1 A. 51. nnd 7:30 P. M. . mountain time. Simrla gphool ut 8 P. w. The sorrlci'fl and Sunda Rchool xvlll he bold for the future In the sohor house. All are cordially Inrltpd. Peats fret ] ? . J. H.M.L , Pastor. CATHOLIC Ferrlces will be held in th Opera Hull once every four weeks. JOSKPII CMJKV , Pastor. A. F. & A. M. McCook T.odjro , C D. . meets on tbo flrst and third Tues S days o each month. G. L. LAWg , W. M. T. G. I EES , Secr...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 5 February 1885

'CONCEBNINO THE BALLOT. "A voting woman ! Ah ! " said he. "That's something I wonld hate to seel A woman shy and sweet should be , And rule at home all modestlce. " As softly stroked his ample knee , "But women ought to vote ! " said she. "The women , they arc moved , " said he , "By Impulse , as you must agree , They mi ht be won by sophistree , With arguments and subtletec. " " " He . with anxious pokes his knee , "But women ought to vote ! " said she. "To wield the ballot calls" said he , "For strength and for integritee , And power to golve with ccrtaintee , The problems of the ccnturce ! " He spread his hands upon his knee , "But women 6ught to vote ! " said she. * This man , a candidate was he , Acitjafllcertobe , Just then the door-bell jingled free , A sable son of Afrike * , Had called , the candidate to BCC , "What docs jou pay for votes ? " asked he. The candidate uneasllec With nervous hand caressed his knee , "Call 'round election dav , " said he , "With Patscy Mack asd...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — McCook weekly tribune — 5 February 1885

DISCOTEB1TOP GEE AT STATUES. Information Received by the Navy Department Exploration * to toe made. Washington Cor. Philadelphia Times. The success which has attended archojological researches within the ( past few decades has thrown much light upon the traditional accounts of the gorgeous civilizations of the ancient world. The explorations of Layard and Botta among the ruins of Ninevah , ' .the writings of Rawlinson and Hincka . upon the sacred hieroglyphics of the priests of Egypt and the cuneiform characters of the Persians and Assy rians had drawn toward the plains of Asia Minor the attention of the anti quarians of Europe when the living generation of men whs thrilled by the discovery of the trilingual inscriptions of the famous Rosetta stone , which gave to the modern world the key to the mysteries of ancient life and lore. The more recent labors of Schlieman , upon the shores of the Hellespont , among the buried ruins of ancient Troas" , and the revelations of the Runic \v \...

Publication Title: Mccook Weekly Tribune
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