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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 20 January 1887

26,587.335 Warner's SAFE Cure Sold to Dec. 27 , 1886. No Other Remedy in the World Can Pro duo e Such a Record. Thlo wonderful FUOCCBS of "Warner's SAFE Cure" is duo wholly to the real merit oE the Bernedy. For a longtime It has been JCKGAltDEJt jtY Tilts HIGHEST ME1HCAL AUTHORITIES AH THE ONLY HI-ECIFIC FOR KIDSEY , LIVER JAZ > vittifAiiY DISEASES AND FEMALE COMPLAINTS. Thousands of people owe their life and health to "Warner's SAFE Cure , " and wo can produce 100WtO TESTIMONIALS to that effect. Ilend the following and note the large number of bottle * distributed. We guarantee these flgnree to > o correct , as our sales-books will prove. BOSTON - - 1,149,122. * , , , . CAPT. W. D. ROBINSON ( U. S. Marine Insp. , Buffalo. N. Y. ) , in 18S5 was Buffer ing With Jl BEIN HUMOR LIKE LEPROSY. .Coald not sleep ; was in great AGONv. For two yearn tried everything without bone- f fit. Was pronounced incurable. "Tvren- I ty bottles ol Warner's SAFE Cure COM PLETELY CURED UK. and to-day...

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 — 20 January 1887

THE CENTUBY FOB 1886-87. THE CENTDUY Is an illustrutcd monthly magazine , having a regular circulation of two hundred thousand copies , often reaching and sometimes exceeding two hundred and twen ty-five thousand. Chief among its many at tractions for the coming year is a serial which has been in active preparation for sixteen years. It is a history of our own country in its most critical time , as set forth in THE LIFE OF LINCOLN , BY HIS CONFIDENTIAL SECUKTAIUES , JOHN G. NICOLAY AND COL. JOHN HAY. This great work , begun with the sanction of President Lincoln , and continued under the authority of his son , the lion. Robert T. Lin coln , is the only full and authoritative record of the life of Abraham Lincoln. Its authors were friends of Lincoln before his presidency and were most intimately associated with him as private secretaries throughout his term of ollice. and to them were transferred upon Lincoln's death all his private papers. Here will be told the inside history of the...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 27 January 1887

VOLUME V. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JANUARY 27 , 1887. NUMBER 35. AT J. CO CONTINUES IN ALL OUR DEPARTMENTS. Dry SOLD AT DryOl THE PRICE YOU PAY CREDIT STORES. f Groceries Arbuckles Coffee , 5 Ibs. for $1 00 J. T. Tobacco , 1 Ib. for 35c Talcncia Raisins , 12 Ib. for 1 00 "High Grade" Flour , per sack 1 10 "Our Best" Baking Powder , 1 Ib. for 25c 9 Cans 3-pound Tomatoes , for 1 00 12 Cans String Beans , for 1 00 We are HEADQUARTERS for GROCERIES botb in QUALITY AND PRICE. We have the Largest Trade , because we sell the Best Goods for the Least Money. You know this if you have taken time to compare our prices. COUNTRY MERCHANTS Can buy from us as low as ST. JOE or OMAHA JOOBERS sell them. We make special figures to dealers. CALL AND EXAMINE OUR MAGNIFICENT STOCK , J. ( X ALL CO. CASH BARGAIN HOUSE. Goods delivered free to all parts of the city , or depot. o. GENE : STOVES AND TINWARE , Opp. McEittee , McCOOK NEB. The First National Bank OF MCCOOK , NEBRASKA. ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 27 January 1887

THE TBIBUim F. M. < k E. HI. Pub * . McCOOK , NEB. OVEB THE STATE. THE NEBRASKA LINCOLN , Jan. 17. SENATE. Bills wen introduced : To amend the statutes in re la tion to second class villages. To enact i law in relation to a uniform system o Ireight car couplings. To amend statutes in relation to the duties of real estate agents in the mode of conveyance. Requir ing the keeping an incumbranco record bj the clerk of each county. To regulate pol icies of insurance and to make the company liable for the amount written therein. Alsc one to amend tho codeof civil procedure ir relation to costs. To amend the crimina code in relation to the killing of wild but falo. elk or deer. To amend the criminal code in relation to gambling. LINCOLN , Jan. 18. SENATE. Higgine , ol Cnss , presented a petition for the enact ment of a law to prevent discrimination by railroads in the matter of facilities and rates to shippers and setting forth that auch discrimination is now made , much to the injury o...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 27 January 1887

27115 CRI3CINALS CONFESS. Tlif Mystery Surrounding the XCiiiourl Foci flc Wreck Cleared Up. KA.KSAS CITT , Jan. 15. The Journal saya Mr. J. W. Dalby , division superintendent e the Missouri Pacific , lu this city , received a din patch from Nebraska City , Neb. , yesterday , t the effect that David Huffman and James Bell the two men under arrest for wrecking th passenger train near Dunb&r , had made a ful confession of their terrible crime. A special telegram received by tbe Jburnc from Nebraska City later on confirms tbe met tage to Mr. Dalby. It toys : "Huffman am Dell , the men accused of wrecking the Mlesout Pacific passenger train at D unbar and causlnj the death of Engineer James De Witt tnado a confession at the Grand Pacifi hotel Tuesday night In the presence of Sherll McCullom and Missouri Pacific detectives , wh have been with the two men since their arrest Two men who registered M Gcoree Falrcbih * nd Frank K. Tutt , Kansas City , came to th Grand Pacific late 1 hursd...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 27 January 1887

ei * Eta > - F. 31. AND E. 31. KDD1ELL Editors and Publisher's. SENATOR ALOERXOX S. PADDOCK : . MAUD MULLER VAN WYCK : lklt might have been.1 THE "state of Beatrice" rejoices with exceeding preat joy. THAT the "Q. " will extend its line into Colorado still further , this year , i amon < r the brightest possibilities. THE Chicago Journal makes the hap py suggestion that "slippery elm would be more appropriate than hickory as ai emblem of modern democracy. " THE election of Congressman Frank Hiscock to the senate , from New York state , is regarded as a Elaine victory , and a most favorable omen for Hepiib- licanism in the Empi/e State. So be it. JONES of Florida , now sojourning in Detroit , has been heard from. Fie has pronounced a severe phillippio against the "millionaires in tho senate. " June has been nursing his feeling of hostility towardsmillionaire senators ever since Miss Palm definitely refused to make him one of 'em. Journal. THE inter-state commerce bill only requi...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 27 January 1887

THUBSDAY , JAN. 27 , 1887. Indicates that your subscription to till paper HAS EXVIUED , and that a conlii invitation is extended to call and rene1 the same. Subscription , ? 2 per year. Local Intelligence. E3Er"Chas. Noble , the leading grocei Heating Stoves at Cost , at W. C. LA TOURETTE & Co.'s. A full line of hardware , stoves am tinware at C. D. Palmer's. American Settler's Guid ( for sale at THE TRIBUNE office. C. D. Palmer , opposite McEntee , ii the best place to buy your hardware. Gilt and red seals for sale al THE TRIBUNE stationery department. The best fresh and salt meats in the market at Brewer & Wilcox's ineal market. Brewer & Wilcox will buy your fal hogs. Call at their market , Main Avenue. GST" Drawing books at THE TRIBUNE stationery , blanks and blank book de partment. 25F" Best Mince Meat in the market at Wilcox & Fowler's. Only 12 cents per pound. It will pay you to call at C. D. Pal mer's hardware store before purchasing elsewhere. Bring the babie...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 27 January 1887

'MY PICTURE. I stood at my wc tcrn window , Thankful that I couM stand , So lon had I bicn irw risonecl. Ileld do ru.by affliction's Land. Ldrank In the dories before me. As only a thirsty soul can ; I feasted my eye411 port beauty , Surpassing endeavors of man. The artist supreme held the palette , The canvas was wide and high. The colors were perfectly bcnue ! % The thema wu the sunset sky. Afar shone the beautiful river. Reflecting the glow of the skies , A-ncar rose 'he pride of the forest , Aflame with autumnal dyes. This picture Is mine. I whlsccred , To have and to field for aye , No price have I paid for the Master Bestows what we never could buy. Harriet Newell San ticlck in the Current. HER BOATMAN. It was a moonlight night. The river , dark and sullen , moved in its rocky bed like some gigantic serpent half over- Dome by the lethargy of sleep. Here and there the moonbeams fell upon the surface of the water , great spots of silvery whiteness , amidst the dark shadows cast ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 27 January 1887

WIZARD Have been enjoyed by citizens of every town and city In tho U. 8. ilurrelom Cures have been wit nessed by tlioufancis of people , who can testify to TIIE WONDERFUL UEALINQ POWER OP Neuralgia , Toothache , Headache , Earache , Catarrh , Croup , Sore Throat , Lame Back , Stiff Joints , Contracled Cords , a a a Sprains , Bruises , Burns , Fever Sores , Wounds , Old Sores , Chilblains , Frost Bites , Sore Nipples , Caked Breasts , and AI8 Aches and Pains , lire quickly relieved by this magical remedy. Try It once and yon wlUnpTer bo without It. For sale by .Druggists. I'rice.COc. OurSoNO BOOK freo to all. Address WIZARD OIL COMPANY , CHICAGO. I" STOCK FARM. k AVERY & CQLBWST PROPRIETORS , WAKEFIELD , CLAY CO. , KAN. TheoMcjt&nd most cxton- Ive breeding establishment wrbt of the Ml * s Is i i p p 1. Over Eljrhty Head of Tare Bred and High OnAo Tcrcheroii Stallions and Mures on hand ; aloafe recor ded Imported French Coachers. Saro the risk aJitl exncn < o of loncrnllrja...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 27 January 1887

THE CENTURY FOll 1886-87. TUB CuNTUitr Is mi illustrated monthly magazine , having a regular circulation of two hundred thousand copies , often rouulmigr and BornetlmeexcieihitK - two hundred and twcn- ty-flvc thousand Chief amongits many nt- tractions for the coaiing-year is a scrittl which hasbeen in active preparation lor sixteen years. It is a history of our own country in its most critical time , us set forth in THE LIFE OF LINCOLN , BY 11T8 CONFinESTrAI/SKCnr.TAJtlUS , .10HN O. NICOLAYANU COL. JOHN HAY. This great work , bepun with tlio sanction of President Lincoln , and continued under the authority of his son , the Hon. Hubert T. Lin coln , is the only lull and authoritative record of the life of Abraham Lincoln. Its authors were friends of Lincoln before his presidency and were most intimately associated with him as private secretaries throughout his term of ollico. and to them were transferred upon Lincoln's death all his private papers Hero will be told the inside histor...

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 February 1887

T 4 B H H'VOLUME ' V. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 3 , 1887. NUMBER 36. III ' 11 H < : I THE GREAT K o AT o H CONTINUES IN ALL OUR DEPARTMENTS. I Dry Goods , Boots , Shoes and doling H SOLD AT I ONE THIRD H THE PRICE YOU PAY CREDIT STORES. I Groceries Retailed at Wholesale Prices. Hj Arbuckles Coffee , 5 lbs. for $1 00 B J. T. Tobacco , 1 lb. for 35c B Valencia Raisins , 12 lb. for 1 00 B "Bigh Grade" Flour , per sack 110 H "Our Eest" Baking Powder , 1 lb. for 25c K 9 Cans 3-pound Tomatoes , for 1 00 K 12 Cans String Beans , for 1 00 B We are HEADQUARTERS for GROCERIES both in QUALITY B AND PRICE. We have the Largest Trade , because we sell the H Best Goods for the Least Money. You know this 'if you Hfj ) have taken time to compare our prices. _ _ _ _ COUNTRY MERCHANTS _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ? Hi * Can buy from us as low as ST. JOB or OMAHA JOOBERS sell them. H < We make special figures to dealers. H CALL AND EXAMINE OUR MAGNIFICENT STOCK , I J. C. AL...

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 — 3 February 1887

• - • PrtixCE "BissTAitcic ' s Inst criticism on F Lord Randolph Churchill is thtit ho is P u twopenny Catiline. " | Pennsylvania's next senator. Col. * f ; Quay , contemplates visiting Florida for | ; Ihe benefit of his health .sometime in \ February. ' % Col. J. S. Mosijv , of gticrr.lla war- it fare fame , will shortly publish his per- \ soual reminiscences of the late un- ? pleasantness. _ _ _ _ _ _ \ I' Tho youngest of eight persons who } . wcro present at the recent annual : iinner of the Harvard class of 1828 in } ' Boston was Dr. Holmes , aged 77 years. i- . \ The famous ophthalmologist , Prof. I ' " riodrick Horner , died recently at Zu- r eh at the age of 55. Ho was one of the most distinguished pupils of Grafe. , . . [ 1 1. i - It is said that tho papers anil MSS Df his father which Col. Fred Grant is r • editing will make two or three vol umes the size of the General's "Mum- r - Dirs. " ' The remains of California's noted oenefactor. Lick , were deposited last Sunday in ...

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 February 1887

BA SHAMS AND FRAUDS. mm Somo TJnvnrnlHlictl n'rutlis About V > ' "snsHloty" at thoXationnl Capital. Hf Although there is .1 great show anil Kl any amount of "social position" ami Br/ • • rank" in Washington , there is not an Hi equal amount of wealth to support it in H } | two-thirds of the cases. The majority of those who shine in society and are Bj tho most prominent and irrepressible H are dependent on Government salaries , j and it takes close management to make I them suilice for plain living and a place Hi in society. Many of the Senators are El Y wealthy ; but they are the only ones , as Kl a class , who have great wealth ; and Hi the moneyed people , as the r < ch winter ! residents who come only as private cil- Kf izens are called , are easily counted. K Each season Washington runs over J with heiresses , and penniless girls , and j widows who come to Washington as to Bp a great matrimonial market , and wear | themselves half out in the struggle to K | get into and ke...

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 — 3 February 1887

' - . i j # _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ I F. M. AND E. M. K13DIELL ; Editors and Publishers - ' • ' ' * I THAT JUDGESHIP. ' * Editor Truiiine : In your Issue ol week before last , you call attention t ( | the bill now before the legislature pro * * viding for tl c re-districting the state ! fe changing the Judicial Districts and : p U pointing Judges for those in wly furnied It is the cxperitMu-e of all lawyers , thai I g > p < ] , competent , hornet Judges an f most to be desired in new countries. t The reasons are apparent to every think * ing person : The settlers are , as a rule , * not over-burdened with this world's goods ; they desuc to have their busl ? ness transacted as reasonably as possi- I blc , and at the same time have justice \ done to all. To accomplish this it is \ -irable to have A Nisi Villus .IUDOK , f ' who will listen to what the attorneys on both sides inav have to say , treat all r with equal and exact justice , so far as I it is possible , and in all respects to ...

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 — 3 February 1887

Fl * JStSwfc pikp. THURSDAY , FEB. 3 , 1S87. K jy Indicates thut your subscription to this ( Jf paper has EXimtED , and that u cordial Mr * Hk invitation is extended to call and renew j ) * * the same. Subscription , ? 2 per year. E Local In teUigence. K E3fChas. Noble , the leading grocer. K Heating Stoves at Cost , at W. C. La- ( > ' TOUUETTE & Co. 's. { A full line of hardware , stoves and H tinware at C. D. Palmer ' s. m > Cabinets only $3 a dozen at Millers' / opposite Menard's Opera Hall. A HTThe American Settler's Guide { for sale at The Tribune office. | C. D. Palmer , opposite McEntee , is | the best place to buy your hardware. i 2S' " * Oilt and red seals for sale at \ The Triuuxe stationery department. h. The best fresh and salt meats in the | market at Brewer & Wilcox ' s meat K 1 market. | S3 ? Drawing books at The 'J ribune j * stationery , blanks and blank book de- f partment. It will pay you to call at C. D. Pal mer ' s hardware store before purchasing ...

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 — 3 February 1887

i THE TBIBUNE. F. X. 4c K. itt. KOUtEIX , I ufea , r McCOOK * - NEB. f XKEJtERISASKA J.EGISCITURS. \ LfKtmut , Jan. 26. Skxatz. Tbo senato P fo x ewWv season confirmed the govern- I or' * aypomtm ril * . 51 r. Tzschuck intrtv- F ( fated ; . W4t mcreaswg tke board of county F ouian wiMii ra to fivtr su counties having I v r TtMHJO inhabitant * . A petition was i pr * c tol from 2C0 citizanx of Furnas tiHHwty aakiog that u law be passed pro- ; vbliag far 6he payment to owner * of ani mal * comlemtttil ami killed by the live fctoeit commission ! of two-thirds of their ; u.f > prHml vabie , N ) * - petitions unking ' Mutt tow right f wunt ' tipiil suffrage be \ EHMttoo' to womott were presented. These f nrervtH 1'm.wbok , Holt , ( ag ? . Cass , Wo li tor , Jumnfoo. SaHmlers and Nance conn- ; * 4cnt ; Mm aggregate of Haines wan nearly ; ! > * * . The commit tat ow federal relations reporfaol buck to par * tbe memorial anil jowit > uuoImUob to noogren * for an amend- 1 Mmt to fil...

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 — 3 February 1887

B JTIIQ3 TOE XATIOXAL CAPITAL. T 3"cw # I'araijrujt/is llaelng Greater or Letter B Interest. H > BQKDS. B TAe jMeretry of the treasury given notice K tfcn * 4hr pntKiptti and accrued interestn of H tfc * homiu lMMib low designated will be m ptUfttllMr tu ury nl the United States F * * WWfcwigfaiw uh the 1st or Munch , 1SS7 , B a 4 ttiwt tint interest on said bonds will H1 * < w Iiut4 day , vis : 3 per cunt bonds , B fww < t WMtvr Urn a t of congress approved JwV 12. 1 W2. and numbered us fellows : B 56 mmlnul No. • ! , both inclusive ; $100. W uti&mml. Km. 875 , to origmul No. GS2 , both K * Inuimiwc , 551)0 , or nul No. 1 : J , to original Bj f NwJMfilN > Miin8bi ! ivel,000lorigiiinlNo. ; K XJMII , U original No. 2,016 , botli inclusive ; m Sm , * * * , enginul No. 3.951) , to ordinal B 5 * 5 , Wt * i Nt Hive ; totul $13,887,000. B L'urttim * ktblmbonds culled by this cir- B MfercK 4 > tMia immediate payment with K $ M * m 4 U * d U wu premutation by enclos- K Mt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 3 February 1887

iI I THE CENTURY | FOH 188(1-87. ( 'I'M' NiLI * Is .1-1 ll.tlf i I . • • ! i ( mit n/iH > . Ii.uin.rii rrtiiifctr imviMuiiuii til iun : . - hundred tliousanil copies , often reaching and t tsometliixtH exceeding two hundred ami iwimi- " ty-nve thousand. Chief uition r its nmny ai- [ traction * for tlioco.niui ; your iHnsorlul which [ hus been in active preparation for sixteen | years. It is a hit > to > - , ) oi our own country In Its most critical time , as t-et forth la I THE LIFE OF LINCOLN , f UV 1118 COKF1DKKTI.AI. HLCIIKTAIIIKH. JOHN G. / KICOLAYAND COL. . .JOHN 1IAV. ' This great work , begun with the Function of ' . President Lincoln , uinl continued under the j. authority of hisHon , the Hon. Hubert 'IV I.in- ; i . coin , is tho only full and authoritative record : ' of tlio life of Abraham Lincoln. Its authors wero trjends of Lincoln before his presidency and wore most intimately apocmtcd with t him as private secretaries throughout his term of ollice. and to them...

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 — 10 February 1887

" " ' " . "ife ' ' " • rwk ' * * ' * - . " . ' • .4 ' - i- " " * r ' -41 Br/ ! * < ; - i ? ? - . . - - . • . • ' ? - - - • • • < - • * - .s- . . . - fc ? : - ItllT rl # ' - IIII ifIII irtl if % IIitm 1&lKY1k\Mi& ' 23 fe.-A. : ( LiP , IS r 11 1 vlp I I I l 1-4 if , I I I I II 11 K "il JBSp ' ' ' " ' ' . ' , ' ' ' * " " * * ' ' * 8 - • > - " . " J" " = "J i ESp - " ' ' ' - - ' * • R | : VOLUME V. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 10 , 1887. NUMBER 37. . " * " . 'i 1 gS " - a - - - - - - - - - - Mjnim . - _ . , . ; , Wp < H THE GREAT li : SlaiiffJiter Sal ft ! K o AT o § J. C. ALLEM & GO'S K : CONTINUES IN ALl ' oUR DEPARTMENTS. ' : ' ' ! kv - I Dry Goods * Boots , Shoes and Glothing Hpf- " • SOLD AT tONE THIRD m THE PRICE YOU PAY CREDIT STORES. I Groceries BefeiSed ef WiioSesale Prices. ip5" - r\- • ; \W.\ \ Artmclcles Coffee , 5 lbs. for/ SI 00 fc' - J. T. Tobacco , 1 lb. for 35c f K - - Valencia Raisins , 12 lb. for ' . ; 1 00 ? " " ...

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 — 10 February 1887

' * 1 v * - t THE TBIBUJSTE , i F. HI. & E. HI. KIiTOIEIili , Pubs. McCOOK NEB. , - - - . J OVER THE STATE. R * PB > - - TUJ2 NEBRASKA LEGISLATURE. R Lincoln , Jan. 29. Senate. Among bills a ' • introduced were tbo following : To provide L' lor a married woman whoso husband is in- | - curably insane , to annul and dissolve the r . bonds ol matrimony , and to malco it the 5f duty of the county attorney to defend for E- such insane persons in tho action. To fc * amond section 3 , article 4 , chapter 80 , en- It' titled "School lands and funds , " of the m : compiled statutes of 1885. To apportion W tho stato into judicial districts , and for tho W appointment and elections thereof. To es jjj , . tablish a normal school at the city of Plum i. ' • Creek , in Dawson county4 Neb. To pro- h bibit lumber dealers , coal dealers or any | ; other person or persons , partnerships , cor- porations , companies or associations from' ' f entering into any contract or ' f- combinations to poo...

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