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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 18 November 1886

11 niuto Pn IFf 1 LulUul ul ) DEALERS IN ; LUMBER ! Sash , Doors , Blinds , Lime , Cement , HARD AND SOFT COAL. ; MAIN OFFICE ATE McCOOK , NEJBRASKA. THE CITIZENS BANK OF McGOOK { INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAWS. ) Paid up Capital , $50,000,00. IDOES AI General Banking Business , Collections made on all accessible points. Drafts drawn directly on the principal cities of Europe. Taxes paid for Xon-Itesidents. Money to loan on fanning lands , Tillage and personal property. Fire insurance a specialty. Tickets For Sale to and from Europe , CORRESPONDENTS : " \ V. FRANKLIN , President. First National Bank , Lincoln , Nebraska. > JOHN H. CLARK , Vice-President. The Chemical National Bank , New York. ) A. C. EBERT , Cashier. Challenge Wiri Mill , Superior to any oa the market , being Heavier , Stronger Built , and therefore a more Durable Mill. It IB 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 sta...

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 — 25 November 1886

! ( ? - - - , * f ? < _ _ ' J' * * . V VOLUME V. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , NOVEMBER 25,1886. NUMBER 26. FALL AND WINTER OF i 7 OUR COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF = Dry Goods , Clothing and C ets ! . HAS ARRIVED AND WE WILL BE PLEASED TO HAVE YOU EXAMINE THEM. WE GUARANTEE TO DUPLICATE MISSOURI RIVER PRICES , OR BETTER. Our Stock of Ladies' and Children's Cloaks is Immense. Come and See Them. Mail Orders Have Prompt Attention. L. LOWMAN & SON , MeCOOK , NEB. , HA ! HA ! HA ! ANOTHER OAR OF THAT A WHICH WILL BE SOLD DURING NOVEMBER ONLY ! AT r I A I Be sure and get as much as you want as it will not last long. F * Pianos , Organs , Violins , Accordeons , Guitars , Harmonicas , Etc. SHEET MUSIC AND kUBIC BOOKS. CQ C9O EH ta i i cc ? ffi PS C9 PSo o * JULIUS KING7S td GQ i i tr1 td td > * F , L , McGRAGKEN'S , THE JEWELER , 2 DOORS NORTH OF P. 0. - MeCOOK , NEB. B. & M. TIME TABLE. HAST LEAVES : EAST LEAVES : No.2 0:40 , A. M. 1 No. 40 5:25 , P. M. WEST LE...

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 — 25 November 1886

Tf W - THE TKIBUNE. V. IOC. & E. M. KVIVItEVL , Pubs. McCOOK , NEB. OVEB. THE STATE. ZEASIXG OF STATE I.AND. Lincoln special to the Omaha Herald : One of the unforseen contingencies which frequently arise in the management of bus iness dependent unon legislative appropria tions has come up to clog somewhat tho appraising and leasing of the state's school lands. Under the present law the appraise ment is made by the county commission ers , and they are paid out of a special school fund appropriation from the gen eral fund. They are allowed 53 a day and their expenses. The appraisement of lands 2n the new counties , many of which are 'very large and have no railroad facilities , is quite expensive , and the fund has been exhausted. A few days ago the commis sioners of Dawes county finished their vork in that county and brought in their trills with an intemieed account , showing where the work had actually cost them $800 each. They of course expected to be paid that sum as soon as ...

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 — 25 November 1886

ADJUTANT DRU3T. His' Recommendations for Improving State jailltla. In his annual report of tho operations Ids office during 'last year , Adjutant G eral Drum devotes somo space to rccc tncndations touching tho improvements militia , and makes tho following rccc Tncndations : State encampments , to of absolute benefit , should at least be 'ten days' duration , and while establisl at convenient points looking to econo in the concentration of troops , should tit a uthcicnt distance from the bomcf members of tho command in order to o\ conic business and social inflneirco wh seriously affect tho efforts of imparting atruction and holding men in hand \ drills , target practice , guard duty , ( The programmoof military exerciscssho exclude elementary company drills and time of the encampment devoted to etruction and practice in skirmish c icittulion diills and guard duty. As m of the fighting in tho future must be d < an open order a thorough ncquainta ; with 'skirmish drill is of the h...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 25 November 1886

F. M. AND E. M. KBIMELL , Editors and Publishers. THE telegraph announces the death of the Hon. Charles Francis Adams , Sr. , son of John Quincy Adams , at Boston , Mass. , Sunday morning hist. -TllK "grim destroyer" seems to have assumed an epidemic form and to be playing havoc among the great and "lowly alike , as the telegraph and the local reporter attest , this week. IN the reinstatement of United States Attorney , M. E Benton , of the west ern district of Missouri , who was re cently suspended by the president for violation of the executive order asainst "pernicious activity" in politics , Gro- ver lias indulged in thn squarest , most pronounced buck-down of his adminis tration. The boodlers are gradually prevailing. LIBERTY has had her torch lighted at last. The administration hesitated a good deal and haggled around trying to get the shipmasters to say that an electric light blinded sea-faring men so much that it was worse than black-cat darkness at sea. The administration i...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 25 November 1886

' v- Thursday , November 25,1886. Indicates thut your subscription to till iwpcr UAH KXh-iitKU , and thut it conli : invitation Is extended to cull ami rcnoi tlie Bame. Subscription , ? 2 per year. Local Intelligence. \C Scale books for sale here. Sweet cider at the City Bakery. The "Golden Anchor" City Bakery " * Noble & Brickey , tlic leadinj grocer * . < \ 23 ? For fit and style , try J. F , GaiiEchow. " Lemons , Oranges and Sane ; Kraut at Wn.cox & FOWI.KR'S. Pianos and organs for rent at Scott's jewelry store. Oysters in all .styles at Probst Bros , oyster parlors. Blank school district order books ii ; stock at this office. Try that delicious sweet cider al Probst Bros1 , bakery. The American Settler's Guide foi sale at this office. Frank Siddall's famous soap for sale at J. C. Allen & Co.'s. A full line of hardware , stoves and tinware at C. D. Palmer's. J. F. Ganschow takes the lead in la dies' Fine Shoes. Try him. Itemember that Probst Bros. arr. headquarters...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 25 November 1886

BE EARNEST. They tell me that 'mid Alpine SHOTT , - Aud rock , and avalanche , and storm , Some flowers in regal splendor grow , Incautious alike in hue and form. That , in old ocean's depths profound , 'V/bcrc undisturbed tne waters lie , Are finer forms and flowers found , Than ever srrect the ccmraou eye. That in the Deepest , darkest mine Is found the richest , purest Kern That e'er on regal breast did shiiic , Or epaikle la a diadem. From these I learn this single truth : 'T.s not the thoughtless , heedless throng "Who find earth's r.'ehest joys forsooth Or lire her grandest scenes among. But rather they who seek with care , In earnest action , word and thought , And find them only when aud where The fickle ciowd had never sought. L. O. in.'iOM-tn , the Current. HUMPHREY'S BELL. Mr. Giles was sealed alone in the tap-room of St. Agnes inn , with his feet on a table and a half-filled mug of ale in his hand. He was looking through the open door at the fading sunlight and wishing s...

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 — 25 November 1886

NATURAL GAS. . * - . - - yr . . How It Is Accumulated and Stored Tho-Safety Valves of tho Globe. V Dr. IT. W. Fnucctt , of Xcoslio , Mo. , who has for ninny 3'c.irs been iloeply in terested in natural gas , its origin , and results , nnd who has made experiments and investigations in the oil regions of Pennsylvania , is at the Hotel Moscr. iTe talks very entertainingly and in structively upon tin ; subject that proba bly occupies a major portion-of his . thoughts and shows that he has givea it much careful research. "Science tells us , " said he yesterday , "that the central portion of this globe is a molten mass of heal , if so it must necessarily be an incandescent or electri cal heat , burning in vacuo without oxy gen hence no combustion. Admitting this to be the case and considering that : it least two-thirds of the globe's surface is covered with water , tliero must be an immense quantity of that liquid gradually working its way by gravity through "the crust of the earth and co...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 25 November 1886

' - Pte Iin 11 11 Ll : DEALERS IN ! LUMBER ! Sash , Doors , Blinds , Lime , Cement , HARD AND SOFT COAL. ; MAIN OFFICE AT ; McCOOK , NRBR.ASKA. THE IZENS.BANK OF MeOOOK ( INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAWS. ) Paid up Capital , - - $50,000,00 , = DOES A : General Banking Business , Collections mado on all accessible points. Drafts drawn directly on the principal cities of Europe. Taxes paid for Non-Residents. Money to Joan on farming lands , Tillage and personal property. Fire insurance a specialty. Tickets For Sale to and from Europe , CORRESPONDENTS : V. FBANKLIN , President. First National ank , Lincoln , Nebraska. I JOHK B. CLABK , Vlce-PresIdent. The Chemical National Bank , Now York. A. C. EBEBT , Cashier. Challenge Wind Mil Superior to any on the. market , being Heavier , Stronger Built , and therefore a more Durable Mill. It is the only absolutely safe Mill built ; and out of Thousands Erected During 12 Tears pnst. not one has ever blown away and left the Tower standing. A record ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 2 December 1886

VOLUME MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , DECEMBER 2 , 1886. NUMBER 27. FALL AND WINTER OF i BUI ! i A < < OUR COMPLETE ASSORTMENT' OF ry Goods , Clothing and C etsf HAS ARRIVED AND WE WILL BE .PLEASED TO HAVE YOU EXAMINE THEM. WE. GUARANTEE TO DUPLICATE MISSOURI RIVER PRICES , OR "BETTER. . Our Stock of Ladies9 and Children's Cloaks is Immense. Come and See Them. Mail Orders Have Prompt "Attention. L. LOWMAN & SON HA ! HA ! HA ! .i I * * ANOTHER CAR OF THAT WARRANTED AEB WIRE ! WHICH WILL BE SOLD DURING NOVEMBER ONLY ! AT 4-GENTS PER POUND ! Be sure and get as much as you want as it will not last long. C. Lali EFOR SALE BY ; The Frees & Hocknell Lumber Go , , . MeCOOK , - NEBRASKA. The Howard Lumber Co. * WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Lumber & Coal , u * . MeCOOK , - NEBRASKA. . . , < * - - > 3 * B. & M. TIME TABLE. EAST LEAVES : KAST LEAVES f No. 2 0:40 , A. M. No.40 5:2.P.M. . WEST LEAVES : WEST LEAVES : No.59 ! 1 :50 , E.M. No.l 8:55...

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

; * Aigv. fr/S1 p 3tr - . : t 1 f.V THE TRIBUNE. F. M. & JE. 01. KIMJtIELIj , Pub . McCOOK , NEB. OVER THE STATE. XOOKI\a OUT FOR THE PZEURO. Lincoln special to the Omaha Herald : Dr. Gerth , state veterinarian , has returned from Chicago , where he attended tho veter inarians' meeting. He says the session iras attended by about eighty leading vet erinarians and members of sanitary coin- Tnissions , representing nearly every state and territory. Dr. Gerth took pains to ascertain as well as possible , by personal investigation , tho facts concerning thopres- ence of pleuro-pneumonia in that city. He Bays that there are a great many cases o' ' the disease there , and that the authorities "will begin the destruction of diseased cattle "to-day , and will probadly kill 500 of them before the end of the week. Dr. Gerth be lieves that not less than 5,000 cattle have been exposed to the disease in the city of Chicago , and is more emphatic than ever in liis opinion that no precaution sl...

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 — 2 December 1886

. &E8FZCE. of lfie.3fo8t Important faints In the SositKsster-General'a lleport Postmaster-General VHas' annual repod 'to the president has just been issued. It is a xiianstive document , dealing largely with department details. Amonj its chie ifjomts may be summarized the followingr Tnc international burenu ot the Univer sal Postal union has recently collected anc publinhed statistics of postal administra tiott by most of the civilized countries o the enctlu These do not extend to a later period than the year 1884 , since when every feate of our service has expandec in the rapid ratio of our national growth yet they disclose with sufficient complete aesK the interesting fact that in immensity .nd extent ot means , of expenditures , o performances and results , the postal ma- ninery ot the United States exceeds in aome paints far exceeds that of any other * atTon on the globe. The entire length of all rail ways employe'c by the United States nenrly equals the combined extent of t...

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 — 2 December 1886

fnfm , . - _ - _ = F. M. AND E. M. KDBIELL , . Editors and Publishers. UHIOH THANKSGIVING ADDRESS By Rev. J. W. Kimmel of the Lutheran church , McCook , Neb. , in tho M. E. Church , November 25,1886 : ' For tho Lord sljall comfort Zion. He will comfort all her waste places : and lie will make her Avildcmess like Eden , and her desert like the garden of the Lord ; joy and fjladness shall ue found therein ; tliaiilrariv- iiif ? and the voice of melody " J > a'ah 'il-i .From this text , in the year ir.2l , was preached , on our eastern shore , the lirst thanksgiving sermon of the new continent. When the nation was being rocked in her in fant cradle , and lonj ; before she gained her right ? to the name of a free republic. When the wild man of the forest held almost un disputed sway ; when the wild beast roamed at will without fear of the hunter's rifle ; when the bosom of our lakes and rivers knew no navigation ; and when the steel and iron of modern improvements slept in their beds...

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 — 2 December 1886

-JS THURSDAY , DEC 2 , 1886. Indicates that your subscription to th X paper HAS KXPIRKD , find thut a cordl invitation is extended to call and rcnc the same. Subscription , $2 per ycur. r Local Intelligence. Scale books for sale here. Sweet cider at the City Bakery. The 'Golden Anchor' at City Baker 'Noble & Brickey , the leadir grocers. fit and style , tryJ. . I Ganschow. Lemons , Oranges and Sau < Kraut at WILCOX & FOWLER'S. Pianosand organs for rent at Scott jewelry store. Oysters in all styles at Probst Rros oyster parlors. ' Blank school district order books i stock at this office. J. C. Allen & Co. sell the celebrate Key West Cigars. Try that delicious sweet cider z Probst Bros' , bakery. The American Settler's Guide fc sale at this office. Smoking Tobacco at 20 cents pc pound at J. C. Allen & Co.'s. Remember that Probst Bros , ar headquarters for fine candies. The best Boots and Shoes for th least money , at J. F. Ganschow's. Don't pay.big prices for Organs...

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 — 2 December 1886

"THE EYES OF 'ELEANORA , " ( From the dim rcclnns beyond the mountains , al the end of our encircled dom iln , tUcre crept oat a narrow and deep river , britjnter tuan all gave the eyes or Eleanoia. lids r A. Poc. ) As the Hunt of a star is found , By day , in the sunless ground , Where the river of silence lies , So the spirit of beauty dwells , 0 love. In the mimic wells Of thy large and luminous eyes. As oat of a turbulent night , A lost bird turns to the light Of a desolate dreamers's room So , forth fro'm the storm of thine eyes , A passionate splendor flics To my EOVU , through the inter-gloom. As a lily quivers and cloams , . All night , by the darkling streams , That dream in the underlands , So up from the haunted lakes Of thy shadowy eyes , Love shakes The snows of her beck'uing hands. As clusters ot new worlds dawn , When the infinite night comes on , 'In the measurless moonless skies , So the planet of love burns high , O sweet , when the day sweeps by , In the dusk of t...

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 — 2 December 1886

I- Luck of a Portuguese from Fayal. NE\V BEDFORD , Nov. 15. [ Special. ] A Portuguese from Fayal bought a ticket of the Lousiana State lottery , and after carrying it in his pocket for fourteen months , gave it to a fellow countryman who has been in America/ only a few weeks. The latter investi gated , and found.that the ticket had drawn $15,000. The money arrived inthisclry to-day , and the Portu guese will sail in a few days for Fayal. New York Tribune's special , Nov. 16th. A young man from Payal , who has been in San Francisco five weeks , has drawn $15,000 in a lottery , and will go home in the barkentine "Moses B. Tower , " to sail this week. The ticket "had been purchased for-$1.10 , and -held fifteen months by a Portuguese . in California , who got tired of it and presented it to the fortunate man. The money has arrived in this city , and Messrs. Loum , Snow & Son , agents of the barkentine , have de posited , } in a bank for safety. The owner of it takes it very coolly ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 2 December 1886

, , ; - vSt l " - # * - ' ' " " ' lf\ ! , T Dont r iifry * J EOR WE HATE GAS ENOUGH TO TALK LOW PRICES TO ALL ! WE DON'T BELIEVE IX GIVINGPEOPLE GAS , BUT WE HAVE .TO 3)0 IT , YOU KNOW. LISTEN ! DON'T BE EC EIVE : We have not-had'25 YEAR'S'EXPERIENCE in Jewelry business , "but we have learned OUR .TRADE and know the business THOROUGHLY. , Some people "work 10 to 15 years and learn considera ble. Some work 20 years and longer and don't know anything. HOW TRUE ! We don't know more than any one else , but what we say we mean. Having done business in McCook for 3 years to the. . satisfaction of EVERY one , and we thank the people for their liberal patronage , WILL NOW - BLOW * $ ? > < . " * ! . ' . ' * 'Sr * 3- We hare the largest Stock ever shown in the West of WATCHES , JEWELRY , CLOCKS , AND SILVERWARE. j2 "Solid Gold Goods and Diamonds we are offering at Specially Low Prices. EMBLEM CHARMS of all kinds , RINGS , CHAINS , SLEEVE , BUTTONS. Pins , Ear Rings , Thimbles , in fact ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 2 December 1886

The McCook Tribune MeCOOK , RED WILLOW CO. , NEB. , THURSDAY , DECEMBER 2 , 1886. BOX ELDER BLOSSOMS. It looks quite like spring. Here we are , just thawed out of a snow bank. Elder Maddox spent the Sabbath hereabouts last week. J. B. Piper took a trip to Alma , last week , and took in the storm at Indianola. We learn that Mrs. Turner is on the sick list this week. The winter term of school at Box Elder commenced Nov. 29th , with N. J. Chrysler as teacher. Rev. J. B. Piper filled the M. E. pulpit , at Box Elder , last Sunday morning' and evening. Rev. Chapiu closed his meetings here on Wednesday last , on account of the condition of the roads. He will commence again on ' Monday , Nov. 29th. * . Mrs. I. J. Starbuck , of McC.ook , was visiting her parents , Mr. and Mrs. Weygint , the latter part of the week. A huge wave of pleasant memories come over us as we hear Joe Stephens' familiar ha , ha , ha , and Jim Kinghorn's tc , he , he. The Box Elder literary society is still pros perous...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 9 December 1886

r ' ' * . , ' \ VOLUME V. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , DECEMBER 9 , 1886.NUMBER 28. OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF Dress Goods Cloaks and rcoats ! , WILL BE CLEARED OUT AT AN IMMENSE REDUCTION FROM FORMER PRICES ! THE HOLIDAY SEASON BEING AT HAND W ! CLOSE OUT THE STOCK TO PREPARE FOR OUR ANNUAL INVENTORY. PRIOE GOODS ALL OVER TOWNAND IF WE DON'T . SAVE YOU 25 PER CENT. OUR NAME IS NOT * M AGENTS jilAIL ORDERS FOR BUTTERICK'S HAVE PROMPT PATTERNS. ATTENTION. L. Lowman & Son , Mereliandise Dealers. HA ! HA ! HA ! K OF THAT WARRANTED BARB WIRE ! WHICH WILL BE SOLD DURING NOVEMBER ONLY ! AT y 4 % CENTS PER POUND ! Be slCpe and get as much'as you want as it will not last long. J : FOR SALE BY : The Frees & Hocknell , Lumber Go , , MeCOOK , - NEBRASKA. i The Howard Lumber Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN lumber & Coal. McCOOK , - NEBRASKA. - - ' -1 B. & M.TIME TABLE. EAST LEAVES : EAST LEAVES : No. 2 0:40 , A.M. 1 No. 40 5 : > , P.M. WEST LEAVES : WEST LE...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 9 December 1886

NONE BUT MOTHER. irtiows of Uic v/ork ft makes _ To ki'i-p tin ? li.iitiLtogether ; Xo1 < uly I ; 1 1 tws the stt-jis it lukcs , Kobody kiiuwa but iiu.ibcr. Nnbn.lv lislcns tr > c-lifhllsb woes \Vliidi Kii-si's only fcinolbor ; Jf'ilxjdy'fl I'iiiiii-d by ti.uighty blows Nobody only imithur. Nobody knoirs of the sleepless care I'l-strv.-fil iiiioii biby brother ; -xly ktiuviM of t'li 'tender pray'r dy oil } ' inotliur. Nobo.'ly lno s < if tlie lessens taught Of lovinir one nnother : Ifnbody Kfious of llic patience sought , Nobouy only mother. Nobody knows of the anlous fears L < -st diirlinjrs may uolventher The .storm 01 life In aftiT years , Nobody kuinva but mother. Nobody kneels at tlie throne above To tiank the Ilt-aveiily Father , Fortnat mother's love sweeUu-tpft a ; Nobcdy van but mother. 11 , U. L'odfjc. in Dclro't Prte Press. THE LADY OF LONE LAKE. Oner beautiful summer evening I was rowing iv th a friend on one of those romantic lakes in thu west of Ireland. Th...

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