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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 February 1887

Lr * ' - T- ° ' - - " " ' - laim * hssstv Bfc "Why Sheen are Thrown it Wedding * . 1 HI The custom o [ throwing ono or nioro old HI chocs after the brido and groom , cither Hi when they go to church to bo married or Hf when they start on their wedding journey , H" * ia so old that the memory ot man stretches Hi not buck to its reginuing. Somo think it H. represents an nssuult , and is a lingering H traco of the custom nmong eavitgo nations H of carrying away tho brido by violenco ; H others think that it is a relic of tho ancient H law of exchange or purchase , and that it H formerly implied tho surrender by tho H parents ot all dominion or authority over H their daughter. It has a likeness to a Hk Jewish custom mentioned in tho Bible. Hf Thus in Deuteronomy we read that when H | tho brother of a dead man refused to marry Hf tiis widow she asserted her independence of Hi 1dm by "loosing his shoe. " Also in Ruth , Hf when tho kinsman ot Boas gave up his Hi claim to the inheritanco of...

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 — 24 February 1887

V l [ • J- FCANSCHOW. . McCOOK , Main St. , • NEBRASKA. GRAND , : - OPPORTUNITY ! WW i I ! ! WJII I I I I I II WANTED ! Fifty Young Men to attend The Mallalieu 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. Eooms will be provided , with the necessary furniture , each student to furnish his own bedding. "We will admit 50 on these conditions and give them 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. This proposition will be closed when 50 names have been enrolled. enrolled.ALLEN ALLEN BARTLEY , Financial Mgr. This does not include special studies , as Music , Art and Business. IJbg Oyienpj...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 3 March 1887

ft y ' i\ \ V VOLUME V. McCOOK , RED WILLOW .COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MARCH 3,1887. NUMBER 40. f 1 \ I f" WHO HAVE TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF l. v/o iiJLJLJLINjj.O ( jf * Ridiculously Lovs Piices will find no Ad van c e in Pric es. tfr fr I -when you trade at the CREDIT STORES ? Stop and - think ! We Retail all Groceries at "WHOLESALE Prices ; we have no goods that we sell at COST ; but our advantages in buying , enable us to sell ' Merchandise at 25 PER , CENT. LESS than V * * * any Credit Store can buy them at. > . t • - = - = 1 10 lbs. ROASTED ' COFFEE $100 12 lbs. NEW RAISINS $1 00 [ " 6 lbs. CHOICE RIO COFFEE $1 00 k 5 lbs. ARBUOKLE' S COFFEE $100 h 1G lbs. LIGHT BROWN SUGAR $1 00 [ 12 lbs. COD FISH $1 00 t 12 lbs. TRIPE $1 00 I ' 1 lb. J. T. TOBACCO 35c fc- 1 lb. MEERSCHAUM TOBACCO 30c \ o AT o ' 40 PER CENT. LESS ! I THAN CREDIT STORES SELL. AT I J. C. ALLEN & CO. 'S I CASH BARGAIN HOUSE. 1 p gPSPECIAL PRICES MADE COUNTRY MERCHANTS. f O. E > . PALMER , I GENERAL HARDW...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 3 March 1887

H 1 The Wolf-Charmer. H Thc. o was sorrow and groat trouble H In tho household of Michael Tronski , H the fiddler of Arnntra , a small villago H In Austrian Poland. lie had fallen H that morning from a ladder in the H course of mending tho thatch on his H cottage roof , and was now lying in bed , H groaning and helpless , with a broken H anu aud collar-bone. Worse still , there H Siad been heavy sickness and death in H tthe family. Doctors1 bills and other H .expenses had swallowed up all the H Jpoor violin-scraper's savings. Now H tliat ho was laid helpless on his back , H * destitution and starvation stared him H and his children in the face. ' H "Do not take on so father dear , " H said Marscha , tho fiddler's little H < laughtcr , as she moistened the sick H man's lips with water in a vain at- H iempt to allay his burning thirst. She H was only twelvo years old , but her B mother's early death had made it j accessary to bo womanly very early. H She had helped the doctor that ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 3 March 1887

WHAT IS IT. H A Pc tUci"co ThatVnk In Darkness H A. DoMtructlon That Waster * at H Noonday. H Wo have published in our columns from m timo to timo rfil'crenl ndvertisemouta in re- w Card to IJrijht'B DieoiiBo and its cures. B What is this tcrriblo discuso ? H Wo have taken tlio trouble to mako an B investigation from the best sources and we H | give the results to our readers. Hv What aatoiiislicfl us is thogeneral indiffor- H { enco given to kidnoy disorders. Tiie kid- Mi " \ neys do not sound tho alarm of their dis- ML rased condition , o'-ing to tho fact that B ) they have very few nerves , honco few bus- K : pect that thero is any disease in them , jji Irritation , Inflammation , ulceration , sot K in , and then the littlo tubes , of which tho 11 kidneys are full , aro destroyed and thrown B off , and from this fact aro called tube casts. As soon as this begins to take place it B is only a question of how fast decomposi- j tion goes on beforo the disease results fa- K tally. If ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 3 March 1887

H K.J F. M. AKiljT3 ! . " Ki3i5FELU Editors and Publishers. " " opFfclAl county paper. ; Will the long-haul tariff be elongat ed or the short-haul rate shortened ? j- We hereby return thanks to Senator j Mandereon for a copy of the latest edi- i tion of the 49th Congressional directory. j M mmmm So sprightly a burg could not get along without one , so the business men of Akron have organized a loan and building association. The latest preparation for defense is the election of Senator Ingalls asPres- ident of the Senate. The Star of Em pire is out west every time. The Omaha Herald franchise has been purchased by Congressman Mc- Shane. Morrissey retains the position of manager and editor-in-chief. The judicial re-districting bill seems to be in a fair way to pass the housn with a good majority as has already characterized its passage in the senate. The Buffalo Express proposes as a question for workingmen : "Which is best , days of work and nights of rest ; or , Knights of Labor and ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 3 March 1887

i ! : 1 TIH'RSD.U' . MARCH 3. 1SS7. m r Indieutei * ttiatyourgulifcrlptiim Within ym paper iiab kxviukv. unit that n conllul k imitation is uxtuwiuU to cull anil renew the same. Subscription $2 per year. \ OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER , Local Intelligence. 1883. g - 1887. McCracken's Jewelry Store ! ' Is now Iocatad on the corner north of Pestoffice. We pride ourselves of hav- ; ing the Finest Jewelry Store in the valley , and we are better prepared to do alt kinds of work than ever before. Our w k en Watches , Jewelry * , Etc. , we guarantee can 't be excelled anywhere ' en earth. Another big drop on Watches and Clocks. New is the time to buy at whole- ! sale prices. We have the best assort ment ef Geld Watches , Jewelry , Clocks ! and Silverware outeide of Omaha. I ST"R8iuember we give particular at- | tCRtien fce repairing of Fine Watches asd Engraving. t - . . EgT'Cbos. Noble , the lendiug grocer. I Dancing slippers at J. F. Ganschow 's. I Egf-Ciilttvaters at Riuker 's from $1G 1 t$37....

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 3 March 1887

THE TRIBUNE. MrtCOOS. - NEB " oyer the state. tmxxzbkaak.l teozazarmai. LMumtxi , F.fe. 23. Skjatb. The rail- rood ) awmmloalan qenstion. wad a special Ardor In tittr nnaat * thia morning The taimtnimhee ml tfctt whole mail * * a. report far- * fe W Ik * repeal ef the railroad com- wtwbn. law. Starling bad offered aa sua id e t U fch * motion to adopt the wgnuMin rofmrt. bis amendment being to * w B Kttf report with , an amendment gfatoniJy * ttfc tetiittfor ; tb.it joint committee MM ttMw Nt. MM. Alter recess tha senate eeaMMiMd-wMhrtderotfon ef th railroad bill. S&lwmiwtn * fnwndmimto wen * made an each * - * • ( • • > . w w waul , BAtt sf them being ol a ! § itwnWwiiy unimportant character. T3h r Gmrmt bin. amended bj Drown , w & < i > uMy sunnid U | oa and was reported TtummmMlp wkmn tiu semmittee arose. Sfedtac MW d to amtrnd the report by Tffcmiiiwiiiig fcr tfce IhH. oh reported , bis * wwmnl amamlreunt bieh wad substan- wT ! * * > * tcm ttet bill. Thut waa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 3 March 1887

2 * r cacxK or ZAMOR. L L\t \ SJut Various Reform * DeslrrJ , Change * H MStmi. if tut XtatHrta Proposed * Hl * * " * i * al Labor convention at B Dnwnti cm fch ± ± Crocker \ , of Kansas , B vtMK wnittati to * xpbun th Oklahoma IB WDNRMtt II * presented a resolution de- Bfl afeflfeg * * Mlt * W lafltl woj raw in the pos- Bfl nfcm. of a. a t oattl syndicate bjr undue B frtOiii f bfet ( Jtdtud State * courts , tho # H , * nw . a d etfcar wHieers. Tba resolution B " atmammml tAtt prntent administration und B < iwfnrnnfcnl tfi # puaag ? ot tlm now pending B Okfnfc wii WK , ojsd If * hh congreas did not HB s * * • * # Ml tJten mquantiftg the president H tfr mimmmut tb B xt wngresa in. extra * es- B • * • * w J8 * * * * * 1H. Alter some discus- B eSMi tfc { nrs tHim waa r d rred to the B | MWgy WHKiitotx * . J m Harper , of Ilh- HB E rf * • w d aj > p mJid ' l.iri e that it should H bw fc MM4tnd peMey tf thu convention B tfc * a fcMtgfcf r | nu e * ser mten ahould HB fcwfcowMC . * *...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 3 March 1887

9 " ' f wp T B v T' * " Jnf 5 , * ' i 5' * S ( * . . 9K f * " ' % - • - fDjt 3r\ * • * i. * 9B 'v ? * * I J. F , CA SOHOW , I i J vn Jietk = I McCCOK , Main St. , NEBRASKA. H 9J | Superior to any oa the market , being HenUer , Stronger Built , B H an < 1 thurefore tt snore Durable Mill. It Is the only 9l fCV absolutely safe Mill built ; and out of I M Thousands Erected During 12 H _ fy _ | Years past , not one has e\er blown away and left the Tower 9l ami MM standing A record no other Mill can show. We offer B KfWfS t0 pUt UP any 0t 0Ur 1 > UMPING MILLS I ffl ON THIRTY DAYS TRIAL , 9l aPTllfwKm AnJ lf llcy tloa't Klve satisfaction , will remove Mill at our B fjftvl own exPenseAIso Manufacturers of the Celebrated 9l Challenge Feed Mills , Corn Shellers , Iron rumps * r M _ ciw/f75 / ! & V'1 bras3 cylindersIron Pipe , Tanks. B tjr ilk If m * or estlinates > catalogues and prices , apply to I a iiilip GJ5'NETT1ET0N * EcCook , Neb. , B Bj i Hj fcg g j Agent for Southwestern...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 March 1887

VOLUME V. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MARCH 10,1887. NUMBER 41. | = = T H R = 1 J LJLJ \j kJ it 11 1 / kJ • WHO HAVE TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF J ; C. ALLEN & CO. 'S i Ridiculously Low Prices will find no Advance in Prices. when you trade at the CREDIT STORES ? Stop and think ! We Retail all Groceries at WHOLESALE I Prices ; Ave have no goods that we sell at COST ; but our advantages in buying , enable us to sell Merchandise at 25 WAX CENT. LESS than any Credit Store can buy them at. 10 lbs. 110ASTEP COFFEE SI 00 i 12 lbs. NEW IIAI3INS $1 00 I 6 lbs. CHOICE 1110 COFFEE $1 00 1 5 lbs. AHBUOKLE'S COFFEE $1 00 1G lbs. LIGHT BROWN SUGAR. " $1 00 12 lbs. COD FISH $100 12 lbs. TRIPE $1 00 1 lb. J. T. TOBACCO 35c J , " 1 lb. MEERSCHAUM TOBACCO 30c j | . . ! Dry Goods , Beets , Shoes end Clothing | o AT o | ' . 40 PER CENT. LESS ! | THAN CREDIT STORES SELL , AT I J. C. ALLEN & COS | | f GASH BARGAIN HOUSE. j ESPECIAL PRICES MADE COUNTRY MERCHANTS. * . . . . . | • • - ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 March 1887

I THE TRIBUNE. H * _ _ _ _ _ f. in. & e. rrr. KiaiinE _ _ , pubs. I McCOOK , NEB. H i i I OVEE THE STATE. H miscellaneous state matters. H A veiiy important speed meeting was H held tho other day in tho Paxton H hotel. Tho object was to establish a run- H ning and trotting circuit between several H of tho river towns , so that dangerous con- M1 ilict and competition might be avoided. H A discussion took place , which resulted in H the formation of tho Missouri Valley Itac- H ing circuit. M. J. Payno was elected presl- H dent and Charles F. Ernst secretary. This Hj circuit comprises tho cities of St. Joe , Kan- H bub City and Omaha. It was decided that H tho races of tho circuit should take place H as follows : Omaha , September 5 , G , 7 , 8 H and 0 ; at St. Joe , 12 , 13 , 14 , 15,1G and H 17 , and at Kansas City tho 18 , 20 , 21 , 22 , H 23 and 24 of the same month. H Joe CitUTCiiKiici.D has been delivering a H series of temperance lectures in Piorco. H The Red Willow lodge Pa...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 March 1887

1B rae knights jtKJoicrs'a. Hffl New York dhipatch : Cardinal Gibbons Hi favorable report to Popu Leo n to llio HHK aims nnd utundingof thoKnhjhtfl of Labor , HlH not forth in tho cable dispatches from Homo , HbH wuh received with much rejoicing by tho HJH Knight a of Labor in this city. Tho posi- HJj tion taken by Cardinal GibboiiH , they say , HJH will Bottle the wholo matter. J To is an HfB especial favorite with tho pone , and Ids adc HJIi i vice as to the treatment of any matter in HJKi * * which the United States is concerned will , HJH "thoy declare , be taken ai it in given. This HJW report of Cardinal Gibbons has no bearing HJflj whatovcr on the McGlynn case , nor will its HJH endorsement by the pope carry with it anyc HJH tiling more than the approval of tho genn HJB * rul'mi > ° 'tho order. JBj THE HEX ATE AND HOUSE. H M What Is Being Done hi Jiolh Branches o * H bI the National Congress , HH | Sknati : , Feb. 20. Tho conference comq HVjj initteo on thcv.postoflice app...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 March 1887

; W B WW WW 1 j Tie jlfclonfc friinp. . . I > ' . 3f. ANI > E. M. KlMMGLfi. t Editors ard PuDlishers | OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. ( . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ' One of the last official actions of the ! late senate was the confirmation of i Sterling P. Hart , register , and Jacob Steinmetz , receiver , of the United States ! Land Office in this city. i 1 There are no thanks due to the Pres- J xdent for the anti-polygyiy bill it has I become s. law not by his signature but ; by the ten days of limitation. He did ) not have the backbone to veto. ' = = = = = | j A re-count of the votes in the niat- . terofthe proposed amendment to the I , 1 . constitution , relating to the legislative { department , discloses the fact that the \ t amendment passed. This increases the legislative session to sixty days , and the pay of members to five dollars per day. [ Fighting ( ? ) wasteful expenditures I of the dear people's money has long \ . ' served as the inspiration and material of \ ' demagogue's ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 March 1887

I ft JH4aok pfont. ? • riniBSDAir , march lojsst * "Vtf Indicates tbiit your subscription to this " JT PUpfr HAS KXl'IltED , und Unit it cunlliil I J L invitation is extended to cull und renew j * thesame. SubscriptioH , $2 per year. f OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. • = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = 5 Local Intelligence , I = jl 1883. 1887. d ! ; v McCracken's Jewelry Store \ ( Is now located on the corner north of i ! Postoffice. We pride ourselves of hav- | ing the Finest Jewelry Store in the f valley , and we ' are better prepared to do ' j' all kinds of work than ever before. Our ; t work on Watches , Jewelry , Etc. , ' | we guarantee can't be excelled anywhere I on earth. L | Another big drop on Watches and ji Clocks. Now is the time to buy at whole 's sale prices. We have the best assort- i rnent of Gold Watches , Jewelry , Clocks I , and Silverware outside of Omaha. t3f Remember we give particular at ! tention to repairing of Fine Watches and E...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 March 1887

B LIFE'S DAY. B When the day Is yonn < r nnd fair , * * * B Birds sin ) ; in the dewy air , H OIIdUdk sunlight everywhere. V Hearts arc buovant , free from care , B Soul * urn stronc to do and dare ; B "When the day Is youug and fair. * * * B Sunny hours hare clfmbed to noon , H Chimin ; ; one by one their tunc , H Ail the ways of life arc strewn K With its hopes ; alas , so soon , B Ther have withered , could not bloom H In the sultry heat of noou. B But the ercnint ; comes apace , K With its soft illumined face , H Briupiue peace U > hearts of trrace , B " * Hearts that through the dizzrace , H Kept on with a strady pace H Hearts of truth , God's hearts of grace. H Sidney McLean , in The Current. m A Grandfather For Sale. H "It's all very well for you , Cabot , to H quote that trite remark about rank be- H rag only the guinea's stamp. Y/ou H inow aswell : is I do that the social B guinea here in Boston , of all places H must be stamped before it will go into H circulation. S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 March 1887

B B * mWa afSStalawawaMataVanKBVHaValsSaasfJBsssaatBWakaVaVSSVaWaWaa If YoiinClrln * are nt a -Uioil peilod wIumi llieynro about S maturing mill ilevrl > iiiu into uoniuii. TIio X l ffc or uati'ltftil euro tit tliid t me inny re- V .It iti fixing irrfgiiiiiritfori upon ilcticate Wf orgniix iii.d etitiiilin r ! mi lint of 'female W M % * oiiUtirH > 'fH. " All tlim may I > o n voided. I It ahi ! tliuyoiiu woman como llironijli Huh K ] * 5r jhti h1 c.oLlittl in all tlitt hemity and B B. stransth of a pur tartly liealtliy or iiniza- " B fljt lion by thu iid of Dr. Pierce's • 'Fitvorite If Priwiription , " prepared euppciuily for fe- B Bji inula truulilfH by one of the tuout uuecess- B W fill physicians of the day. I S Mhiieter Pendleton Mill go back to Ger- B S | many during tlie month. B'Bf Kii * > ell Saje II fa a well-known operator in Wall street , B S. who in generally comddered an "up to B BJI snuff. " Hence , it may have been quite ByS { natural that a countryman who ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 March 1887

I J. F. GANSCHOW , I McCOOK , Main St. , NEBRASKA. I The First National Bank of Mccook , Nebraska. ' officers and directors : h geo. hocknell , president. b. m. frees , vice-president. f. brown , cashier a.campbell. r. o. phillips. I THE CITIZENS BANK OF MoGOOK B ( INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAWS. ) I Paid up Capital , - - $50,000.00. = DOES & I General Banking Business , B CoH&xiM&mfutti on all acee ible points. tfrnfts drawn directly on the principal B dries of Emmpe. Taxes paid for Xon-TJesidents. Money to loan on farming B fetalis , tillage and personal property. Fire insurance a specialty. B Tickets For Sale to and from Europe , B CORRESPONDENTS : j V. FKA5KLIN , President. FlKC\art Mwii Bank Ltneoliu Nebraska. J. Jons K. Clark , Vice-President. The Chemical STauoaol Bank. New York. J A , C. Ebert , Cashier. B EnV Superior to any oh the market , being Heavier , Stronger Built , K _ B an < * therefore a more Durable Mill. It U the only B HdV absolutely safe Mill bui...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 March 1887

* ' ' ' * - r § • [ & . § * * II F fOLUMEV. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MARCH 17,1887. NUMBER 42. II . fits a Go& I = k ROUSING WAR DEGLARED. = I - - EVERYBODY YELLte ? f RUSH IN THIS WEEK AND SEE i fit } o / " \ / " \ a f"w ° R'rHoF tp j U • U U U New Goods. i fbices Cut Down. | * A GRAND OPPORTUNITY 4 To l iy SEASONABLE GOODS at a Low Cash Price , In EI- openingour Elegant New Stock of Early Spring l\ \ Styles of Dry Gdbds , Notions , Hats , Caps and Clothing. > _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 7- gJOPii r i Mil l - „ „ J = = = = = = = = - = = = = = = = ? E ( THE NEWEST , h YOr WILL FIND THE3r THE4 THE BEST , fj I THE CHEAPEST. I GBDCEBIES " WholBsalB and Retail , j ! | We are able to give our customers the jobbers profits , which jjf vary from 20 per cent , to 25 per cent. Our | stock is the largest , our prices % the lowest. We * l x don 't advertise jr the old "Chestnut , " selling at I cost. Our prices are LESS than our com- m petitors buy at. Special ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 March 1887

H 1 JUMBO'S OLD CHUM. H I lie V j't Hotitra to Knglantl Itccauao H I uiiiIio'm CnrctisH la Here. H i Animal trainers aro a queer lot as a B 1 rule , and show-managers have to put B I • tip with many vagaries from them. B I Tiiuy form strong attachments for the r B I big anil sometimes ungainly pets ; at- B I taoh meats such as one would hardly B expect to exist between a human being B and a wild beast. A case in point re * B ceutly came under the notice of Mr. B James L. Hutchison , of the Barnum B show , which serves well to illustrate B what seems to be one of the chief traits B In an animal-trainers character. When B the Burnuni people bought Jumbo in B England they brought over to tins coun- B try with him Matthew Seott , who for B some twenty years had been the trainer B and keeper of the huge , homely but B good-natured beast. Scott was Jum- B bo's guardian and constant companion E during the paeln derm's brief but bril- B liant career iu this country. When B Jumbo uiet his de...

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