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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 February 1887

hhM JB / > 2H10SPECTS OF IIS PASSAGE. HHJ | . * 77 < e Committee on Indian Affairs and the Lwm { . Stoux Rctertatlon JSltl. m K "Washington special : She Louao commit * B e on Indian affairswill to-morrow or BEE next day cull up the billl to open to settlo- BEV . tnent the Siom reservation , containing B about 11,000,000 acres of good farming BBm lands. The Indians are more than willing EBB to have it done , und the bill is likely to be- B -como a law unless thoopponents of tho fol- B lowing clause gain a stronger following than E ib now tbought possible. This clause , tho B -only one in serious controversy , , relates to H the contracts entered into between the B • ( 'Sioux Indians on tho ono part , und the H Milwaukee & St. Paul and the Northwest- BEV -em railrouds on the other * . Years ago it BE was btipulated by these parties that tho BBJj two railroads should havo tho right of BE way through that reservation. Tho rond- BB "way is 150 feet wide. For seven miles ten BE...

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 — 10 February 1887

j : f. ar. and e. m. k ladikll , ] ; Edtatr * 3ftd Pufetianers OilAUA is all t .ni asunder , as it { were , over a city charter racket. CONGRESS is providing a thorough nxy of relieving the nation ' s treasury surplus , in ordinance and coast defenses appropriations. , Tile American Democrat , of Flol- * drege , sets to work as though it really ! had a great contract on hand. Well , we really think it has. I " The senatorial agonv in Iloosierdom | is over for the present. Hon. David i Torpie is the successful candidate. A t contest will probably ensue. I 1 At noou , three weeks from to-mor- i row the light of the 49th Congress will 41 . | be extinguished , and the terms of those t elected to the 50th Congress will bey gin , with all the salary , 'perquisites , power , etc. A syndicate , representing the difv I ferent belligerent factions of Holdrcge , have purchased two of the newspapers 1 of that city , and have consolidated the same under one management , of which I Editor Johnson...

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 — 10 February 1887

_ f * a ia K THITBSDAV. FEB. 10 , 1SS7. I , . _ rm . Inritatiun in * sxtMUll to ottituiid rutiew * : tfee same. Subscription , $3 per your. III Local Intelligence. BT "Chas. Noble , the leading grocer. If > Heating Stoves at Cost , at W. C. La- E | TOURETTB & Co. 's. pf V3T * Oiit and red peals for sale at M Tide Tribute stationery department. l | The best fresh and salt meats in the W market at Brewor & "Wilcox's moat m- market. if SET" Drawing books at The 1 ribune mi stationery , blanks aud blank book de ft' " partcient. fj Brewor & Wilcox will buy your fat p * bogs. Call at their market , Main | \ Avenue. Ifo It will pay you to call at C. D. Pal- | | ? mer s hardware store bofore purchasing g elsewhere. Ik Queonswere in the latest styles , ( plain and ornamented , at the leading 'I ' grocer Chas. Noble. ST * The Intest and most accurate jt Nabraeka state maps for stile * at The \ Tbibu.ne office. \ A well selected assortment of fresh H candies at Chas. Noble's. Hi...

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 — 10 February 1887

mmmammmaL i i i \ THE FIACRE MYSTERY. | - 4Paris Physician's Horribli h Dispovery. * . ITrantlaUtL Ci-ict/tnatt Enquirer. ] CHAPTER I. j. On a cold , clear night fa January j \ gentleman with his hands in the pock f. ets of his overcoat walked rapidly uj ' the Boulevard Haussman , his stepi t sounding loudly on the asphalt of th ( r avenue , silent and at this hour alraos deserted , though tho hands of thi clock In the cupola of St. Augustini marked but a little past eleven. Pedestrians were rare , but from timi S to time a tram-car passed on its polish I ed rails , the horsed straining and slip [ PBg and enveloped in steaming vapor T and. the heads of the passengers , oi I thair way to the Trocadero or tin I 3iuette , scarcely distingulshabh through tho glass of the windows j opaque with the mist of the interior , i There was little need of the conductor' ; I iiora to warn carriages out of the waj I tlicy were as rare as the passers-by I though at long intervals a vollure < L l ...

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 — 10 February 1887

R * A Swamper's Camp. I - ' ' A Louisiana swamper's oamp con- 13 * sista of a lot of blabs from a cypress jIF treo. hero called pairs. These are Wmf driven upright in the ground. A root Rf of tho saiuo material is added ; bunks , Wm ' benches and table on the same primi- Kl tive principle are soon constructed , and M the camp is liuished. "When wo first t WMf arrived , " writes a correspondent , "in Hi one of tlieso blissful bowers , things HI were dry and comfortable , but this con- WM\ \ dition was of short duration. The H * water rapidly rose and was soon two H | feet deep under table and bunks. Then , Hit * at leist , I became more intimately ac- H | qnainted with tho neighborly spirit that HI lurkes in tho bosom of tho moccasin. H Upon awakening one morning tho lirst HI thing that appeared to my horrified Hi gazo was a moccasin that seemed to mo H ten feet long ( it was found to measure H two ) curled up in my blanket asleep. H He seemed to boperfectty at home , and , H * ' tho...

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 — 10 February 1887

& ' " " " ' ' * ' ' \ ' • R&L O' v r' ' - Bra-44 Kj • I J , F. CANSCHOW , i' • McOOOK , Main St. , NEBRASKA. I GRAND' - : - OPPORTUNITY ! EE& * • - - W " imni n i ! > - > n ir-i-r tii n imibum i ! 11 i I- • WANTED ! | • . • Fifty Yomtg Men to attend I The MallaJien University P Spring Term , beginning April 7th , 1887. p- Fifty young men who are poor. t- Fifty young men who have the element of true manhood. Ij Fifty young menwho will work 4 hours each school day , g and 10 hours each Saturday , for their board and tuition. fc Rooms will be provided , with , the necessary furniture , f , each student to furnish his own bedding. u We will admit 50 on these conditions and give 'them em- t ployment during the summer vacation , so far as practicable , V _ . to apply on their expenses for the ensuing term. fe' All who will avail themselves of this opportunity , will ; please send their names to me at once , that arrangements f may be made. | ? This proposition will be cl...

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 — 17 February 1887

if VOLUME V. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 17 , 1887. NUMBER 38. 1 I - = T 1 R = = - THOUSANDS ! f 4 WHO HAVE TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF I J. C. ALLEN & CO. 'S II Ridiculously Low Prices wj ' 11 find i no Advance in Prices. Mm LOSE MONEY ft when you trade at the CREDIT STORES ? Stop and S ; think ! We Retail all Groceries at WHOLESALE Prices ; we have no goods that we sell at COST ; hut • ' our advantages in buying , enable us to sell | Merchandise at 25 PER CENT. LESS than I' any Credit Store can buy them at. "JUSfWHATYOU " ARELOOKINGFOR. r ( 10 lb * . ROASTED COFFEE $1 00 I i 12 lbs. NEW RAISINS $1 00 | \ 6 lbs. CHOICE RIO COFFEE $1 00 \ [ 5 lb * . ARBCCKLE'S COFFEE $1 00 f > W lbs. LIGHT BROWN SUGAR $1 00 H 12 lbs. COD FISH $100 \ \ - 12 lbs. TRIPE $100 \ \ 1 lb. J. T. TOBACCO 35c j f- 1 lb. MEERSCHAUM TOBACCO 30c • Dry Goods , Boots , Shoes and Clothing o AT o ij' 40 PER CENT , LESS ! I THAN CREDIT STORES SELL , AT | l J. C. ALLEN & CO/S , CASH B...

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 — 17 February 1887

THE TEIBUNE. KcCGOK. - - - NEE OVER THE STATE. xaxxxMXssKj. zxaistajcmaH : Imtrnui , Feb. 7. Hocbe. The attend aor ufma t ie e sion of the house this a twnooij won small , many members not ye b * iag arrived from their Sunday vi i h me. But mr mora than half the men fc * R wer * Sa. their eatn when the roll urn caMrtU A hUl waa introduced providin titr tha taxation of telegraph ami telephon to p srt upon the groaa receipts ol th Tear peeceding the year in which the pro * erty t a fc * . A bill was introduce ! in a ( rfa K with the action of the State Ed iUnnl a * ciatioa , providing that when etar Urn mta.Uttmt provide for the publlcu t * t a- letl notiee for thirty days tin taasuage * aafl lectintrued to mean put HeuMttH fwr six consecutive weeks ia ; variety iM r. Also , a bill providing tha tfce aUe fur aK legal printing , except ta : Sot aa4 the printing of the state laws • bolt lnt 51 par square for the first inset Ctotaad S bU per square forcacli huI : w < t > i wt M-rt ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 February 1887

V [ -x juooorjrxff/it ixxkxas. B1 | - * * .UfcMH i : / JtUpoitrss a Family Ends in BJ , Disastrous Xfurlu c ? Bni * t , T . , tfefc * . Yesterday a battle L v fMtgM about firs miles from town be- BY . * ? * • * four mole mtwibcrs of a family named H | % feaat Colonel John E. Roescr , hU sou HI , - WWfcv agjwl Ifi jean , and a hired man named H % J&ulifai * ea * k g In the kilting of three of the K P Wfctt awl Cetsmtl Itosser and the wounding Bl ; A-aBM * * * * jwry went to the home of the ' K * " WMhrfwHy , where the shouting occurred , Kf a i t tfe * smusd In front of the entrance I ; fttUMttbM fed ? ut J. C White with a bullet flpfc b < * r i ro Krb hta breast and one through bis K f * * bv Ar te nunter of a room in a great pool flUf , • * kM lof Waiter White dead , shot twice BL UtnmA tfae nrk and breast. Upon a bed In HJ [ & > baK ttlN OBtiiPe wat Lawhou White dead , fljl " * * * & W * na Mtxrkutl and clutched In lib hands aa4 a k Ihrt tt t through his head. p ...

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 — 17 February 1887

i I Ffc jRcC * * jfcfa ? * . § iM. . AND K. JI. KIMMELL , fe' Editors and Publishers. § 7)FFICIA7rCOUNTYPA7HKr ) W. Tiie people of Nebraska expect to | \ have the opportunity of passing upon v the prohibition question. Must it be come a demand ? fi f " \i \ The president has signed the Mexi can pension bill. Every soldier who I served sixty days in the Mexican war ' f and is now sixty-two years of age is 1 ' entitled to a pension of $8 per month. 'i Widows of such soldiers , who have at- 5 ' - tained the age named , are also entitled . ; to the pension. s Kansas is peculiarly a state of liberal I and progressive ideas. Ilcr people , of all western people , have ever bean in the van of the experimenters. First to join the prohibition states , she is like wise the first to grant the short-haired women of her devoted commonwealth their heart's desire suffrage. Mark the prediction ! This road ( the B. & M. . Oberlin branch , ) will be extended thirteen and one-half miles northwest ,...

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 — 17 February 1887

i\ \ < THURSDAY , FEB. 17 , 1887. t < ; rIndicates Unit your subscription to this i' \ Jf paper hah kxi'iuip : , and that u cordial 'p ' ; L.invitation Is extended to call and renew 1 f - tho sarao. Subscription , $2 per year. 1 OFFICIAL COUN IT PAPER , N , L T - \ Local Intelligence. • i' i i'I I - EF ° Chas. Noble i .i. , the leading grocer , ' Dancing slippers at J. F. Ganschow's. \ Heating Stoves at Cost , at W. C. La- , T OURETTE & Co. 's. * ZST * Gilt and red seals for sale at ' ' • ? ' Tiie Tribune stationery department. if ' , - • New styles in hats , caps , etc. , just j * received at the Famous Clothing Co. 's. f The best fresh and salt meats in the * market at Brewer & Wilcox's meat j * market. [ 53T * Drawing books at The Tribune , C stationery , blanks and blank book deii \ ' partment. • > Brewer & Wilcox will buy your fat ' - hogs. Call at their market , Main , > ' Avenue. • f * ' It will pay you to call at C. D. Palj I mer's hardware store befo...

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 — 17 February 1887

- J I J. F. CANSCHOW , j ' ' II ! McCOOK , Main St. , HEBRASKA. GRAND - : - OPPORTUNITY ! WANTEDS Fifty Young Men to attend The MaHatieu University Spring Term , "beginning April 7th , 1887. Fifty young men who are poor. Fifty young men who have the element of true manhood. Fifty young men who will work 4 hours each school day , and 10 hours each Saturday , for their board and tuition. I Rooms will be provided , with the necessary furniture , each student to furnish his own bedding. "We will admit 50 on these conditions and give thorn em ployment during the summer vacation , so far as practicable , to apply on their expenses for the ensuing term. All who will avail themselves of this opportunity , will please send their names to me at once , that arrangements may be made. If This proposition will be closed when 50 names have been j | enrolled.ALLEN ALLEN BARTLEY , Financial Mgr. ill This does not include special studies , as Music , Art and Business. jji JB&ivi Superior to any o...

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 — 24 February 1887

' ' ' 1 f * ; ! VOLUME V. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 24 , 1887. NUMBER 39. H ' ' • il - - = = = T "FT "R Ba- THOUSANDS ! ' * WHO HAVE TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF f J. C. ALLEN & C0. 'S f Ridio ulo usly L o w JPric es wi77 _ fin d C no Advance in Prices , ! ARE YOU LOSE I1Y v < when you trade at the CREDIT STORES ? Stop and k think ! We Retail all Groceries at WHOLESALE t Prices ; we have no goods that we sell at COST ; but lli. our advantages m buying , enable us to sell W Merchandise at 25 PER CENT. LESS than _ * • any Credit Store can buy them at. I "JUST WHAT YOU ABE LOOKING FOR. " p 10 lbs. ROASTED COFFEE $1 00 f. 12 lbs. NEW RAISINS $100 t- G lbs. CHOICE RIO COFFEE $1 00 f 5 lbs. ARBUOKLE'S COFFEE $1 00 f 1G lbs. LIGUT BROWN SUGAR $1 00 ft 12 lbs. COD FISH $1 00 [ , 12 lbs. TRIPE $1 00 fif 1 lb. J. T. TOBACCO 35c k 1 lb. MEERSCHAUM TOBACCO 30c I Dry Goods , Boots , SBioes and Clothing | | o AT o if 40 PER CENT. LESS ! tt- THAN CREDIT STORES SELL ,...

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 — 24 February 1887

1 \ THE TBIBUNE. | | - F. IBt. & K. M. KIItMIELIi , Pubs. R , McCOOK , - - - NEI 1 : "OVER THE 8TATE. ? - 3HSGRI.ZANEO US STA TE MATTERS. W * Tiik Nebraska Live Stock Shippers' nssi elation bold its second meeting in the E change hotel nt South Omaha on the 15t ! being called to order by * Pi-esidcnt Gibbs t York. Nearly all thoso who wero preset * * " nt the first meeting answered to the ro call , and tho membership was augmentc , by eight new recruits. Considerable bus ness woe transacted , the principal of whic Mas the adoption of resolution declarit tiint unless tho commission men locate i Omaha , Lincoln and other Nobrasli points , deal fairly by the shippers , they wi be forced to take their trade to other mai ! kets. While preferring to patronize tl homo markets , they do not consider it tl right thing for the commission mon to plat buyers of their own upon the road , tltereb injuring the business of the regular ahij pers ; and furthermore they protest agaim the practice ...

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 — 24 February 1887

R ANOTHER CHARITABLE VETO. Wm\ \ -Vtrealdent Cleveland Disapproves the Ap- H ; proprlation for Texas liroxujht Sufferers. K Tho following is the message of tlio presi- B -dent vetoing the bill for the distribution ol Ht tseeds in Texas : H TotlioHoueo of Representatives : I re- B 'turn without my approval house bill No. j 10203 entitled : "An act to enable tlo H [ • commissioner of ngriculturo to mako a spo B crat distribution in tho drought-stricken w -counties of Texas , and making appropiia- W " " "tlou therefor : H It is represented that Ions continued and H extensive drought has existed in certain H • * V parts of the state of Texas resulting in the H " 'failure ' of crops and consequent distress H -and destitution. Though there has been | B -some diffcreucein the statements con corn- H ing the extent of the people's needs in la- B -calitics thus affected , there seems to bo no fl tioulit that there has existed a condition B calling for the relief , and I am willing to be- B li...

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 — 24 February 1887

: - : E * TlIK pt * , .1 • i judicial cilbtriute wt i i > -t. . > . -itms u > : ' have unfortunately fallen under the \ * banc of the Democrat's ponderous pen , t for reasons it were difBcuit to ascertain f from its stated position. The bill , I which Las passed the senate by a large f _ majority , simply adds three more dis- r tricts , making thirteen in all , while our - sister state of Kansas has twenty-five f . . . . . . districts. The Kansas district joining , us on the south , has but ten counties therein , two more thati the bill gives , us , and a bill is now pending in the [ Kansas legislature to make two dis- | ' tricts of the same , the judge claiming ; t the district to be too large for one | f jud'cVt The Democrat's opposition seems [ ' . to be chiefly based , if we apprehend it i i aright , upon its four that the bill will : make to be filled " ! places by "political . " This hasten * to i f chumps. point , we I J a&mre our fearful contemporary , is basele...

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 — 24 February 1887

1 f t Mli MW a i , W M : > t k 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ -4----b fjjtnfl intii * _ _ _ _ _ _ _ M4R&iiJlt lft < _ t-ft TF * * * * * - * spmmm . ( MM ( S-w * a MwnlfHi < - t-b * ? ua * . SwHmhp < mn , fit jwr ywur. : lif UUHY PAPER , f Loaa.1Intelligence , T St2V - _ - _ = - = - 1887. McCrck&n * * Jawalry Stars _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ * BMtf lwal * b feh * wHtnur north f [ EW * i0tt. Wit prole ftutsafcik * f hav- / utgrtfe * g toBtsr JWEi.asr Store in the | yttJfef , a l * # e feottHT preparad. to do j aft &Mt & * f w * > rfc tfcaa v c before. Our f w ifc • . Wat-tobs , Jewelry , Etc. , upj fsunaU * "cleeSMttMtftl anywhere ! astcsfe. f Aswofcftr ) * g tiiwp # b Watahe * and & * < * & * , 5wwr > itfctf • * * fcuy at whole- sate jttitfa * . W e ka H fch _ - host aasort- m ai : * & # H Watahi * * , J w rry ; Clocks ( , aa 3ycwat nalwitftir mi Omaha. g ? f&Ru mJMfr vf * gwe pttntfauJur at- [ teftfi * * - • mum wing ; • Pfe * Wat-die * ' s3Twv * * * -ha...

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 — 24 February 1887

* . . . m. jk j.\ . . . . _ jt.i > > XJU-ti. JL. H Ji. Pass Physician's Horrible B * Discovery. H TnatttLttttL CUeittmitL Enyulrer.\ \ H ( CEIAFTER IILco.msuED. . ] H S wfcJjjiiIy as ! u ; tanned above her H mxkm tit read , that rigid countenance cewntct th * s jcret from the marble JH fccsasc h ; atartcd ia afright he had H s v rtl wmiething- and terrible , B fckis I bs of black crayon traced upon HB afc * ttuit. siut around the edges of the B % * • th * artifice employed by the HB wobcr of die theater to enlarge the B f * a * lgive titem a deep and velvety ff sppeanere. Dipping a cloth Into wa- B fee JfsaenL touched the face of the B 4et ft * ? was rights the cloth was H netted with black. As he continued to B X s. * kjak with , amazement , he per- B ei ot. u * atJing ia the discolored hair , m aammihmz that sparkled brilliantly. JCeudttt closer , he uaw that the head w * afurtrchi < l with , rows of pearls and B gp 'Acn wiijiuns. half buried in the mass B a curb LsiaX sp...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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