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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 March 1887

K T = a * . . * - * , , . , " . - " " / - * • ' III l I II I | | | | n | | | - | | I | | - - | | I "I r • THURSDAY , MARCH 31. 1887. BLjff Indicates flint your Hiibfcriptlou to this ml pnpi'rHABKXi'iKUi ) , mid that u cordial Psk invitation Is extended to cull and renew F vtlio 8UU1C. Subscription , ? : 'per year. official county paper. g = fr- frLocal Intelligence. s V * 83. 1887. , ip. k ' McCracken's Jewelry Store jm\ \ Is now located on the corner north of Iml Postoffice. We pride ourselves of hav- IWj ing the Finest Jewelry Stoke in tho | gi valley , and we are better prepared to do if/ v all kinds of work than ever before. Our Bj * " work on Watches , Jewelry , Etc. , ijf' we guarantee can't be excelled anywhere | w on earth. Ik4 j Bgjjj Another big drop on Watches and ! i \ Clocks. Now is the time to buy at whole- ! ? ' | Bale prices. We have the best assort- P a inent of Gold Watches , Jewelry , Clocks fit " I and Silverware outside of Omaha. e 5 . \ f /s EST'Remeniber we gi...

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 — 31 March 1887

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Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 March 1887

Ik if • . . - . - . , If w/ TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS. Kill * Fortune Smile * Upon John W. B > , ull | MoKckoI Detroit , 1 9 | Detroit ( Mich. ) Tribune , Feb. 37. 1 w John W. D. Stokes in January sent ! -Wk S2 to the New Orleans National bank . M ? for the purchase of a ticket in the | monthly drawing of the Louisiana Sj | State Lottery. The money was fle- I ' 'layed in reaching the bank , and was ) ! invested in the February drawing , ' | V which came off • on the 8th inst. jJLf _ _ Stokes received his ticket , a fifth of , r & * cfc No. 45,151 , and when he learned that $ I 3t called for a part of the $50,000 i * prize he promptly resigned his posi- y f tion as dealer in a prominent De- < | troit gambling house. A few days 'I- later the money arrived by express , ' 1 in the form of ten-dol- i prepaid , 1,000 - - | f far bills. They were all new and crisp J an1 * made a pile nearly two feet high. ' -J- ie hicky man deposited his little for- r tune among a number of city banks...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 March 1887

I Ja Fn GAilVoOW | I McOCOK , Main St. , NEBRASKA. I. The First National Bank I OF MCCOOK , NEBRASKA. I OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS : GEO. HOCKNELL , PRESIDENT. B. M. FREES , VICE-PRESIDENT. F. L. BROWN , CASHIER A.CAMPBELL. R. O. PHILLIPS. ( INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAWS , ) I Paid up Capital , - - $50,000.00. I General Banking Business , I Collections made on all accessible points. Drafts drawn directly on the principal cities of Europe. Taxes paid for Eon-Residents. Money to loan on farming lands , village and personal property. Fire insurance a specialty. I Tickets For Sale to and from Europe , I CORRESPONDENTS : j .V. Franklin , President. .First . National Bank. Lincoln. Nebraska. I John R. Clark , Vice-President. | The ChoniicalNatioual Bank. New York. ) A. C. Ebert , Cashier. I • O. P. RINKER , I MANUFACTURERS AGENT FOR I WAGONS , BUGGIES , ETC. Hr I ! r ESTThe Largest and Best Selected Stock of Farm Implements in the Republican j . valley carried by the Manufacturers of the diff...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 7 April 1887

I. , ; . ; ; : ; lc | 'iJJIcC00k • ® obttttc- : . . . . . ; J life . .r- " " ' _ ; l P W. IP1 VOLUME V. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , APRIL 7 , 1887. NUMBER 45. 1 1EElts a Go&- = A ROUSING WAR DEGLARED. = - EVERYBODY YELLfeK- RUSH IN THIS WEEK AND SEE t9\ \ ( \ ( \ ( \ WORTHOF t $ 6 U , U U U New Goods. I PRICES faf ] ) nwT1 [ | > ; . * _ _ II. A GRAND . OPPORTUNITY p ' To buy SEASONABLE GOODS at a Low Cash Price , In M > opening our Elegant New Stock of Early Spring- If : Styles of Dry Goods , Notions , Hats , Gaps and. Clothing. JF- ( THE NEWEST , If * . YOU WILL FIND THEM THE THE BEST , \\B \ \ ' I THE CHEAPEST. js $ . . igt\ We are able to give our customers the jobbers profits , which | fc vary from 20 per cent , to 25 per cent. Our i f" : stock is the largest , our prices W\ . the lowest. We 5 * 1 . • * ; - . • . don't advertise [ § f. the old "Chestnut , " selling at gt cost. Our prices are LESS than our com- } § . petitors buy at. Speclax Phice...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 7 April 1887

m f ' . . ' ' * - -A- BBillHiH THE TltlBtFNE. B E ii " ' " ' ! ' H I RK4K.M. ICI JUIKtt , , I'm be H 1 KcCOOK , NEB. ! OVER THE STATE. m i H , XISCELLAXEOUS STATE MATTERS. B John Lnrkin , of Keith county , lost H 'about eight ton * of hay , a two-stall stable H and granary , and one of his horses was B severely burned. Ha wm. in ran go of the H prairie fire that recently swept over that B section. H A weary pilgrim wearing an overcoatand B carrying an immense black "grip" walked B from the raouth et Pumpkin creek to B Clarke ' s store in Wellsville , Cheyenne B couuty. He was en route to the Cedar B | flat country and when shown the blue line I forty mileit up the rirer and told that it B i wu > Scott's bluffs and that Cedar flats lay B ft at the basa of the bulla ho waa filled with J | disgust and ttaid he had half made up his B BK [ mind to return at once to his "wife's folks' * B \ at Rochester. N. Y. BB B | The burglars now working Lincoln are BBBj | nald to be bunglers who h...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 7 April 1887

& .fXJfilSG TH THE BBTEZSK. AvusiUerWft * * * WU * toy # tt Arensdarf JCltU * Mar , Ji4tt et la tfee I * lr * k murder trial at Sioux Mtfr $ t ttk * flmfc Kwhmitkl rammed bin with ntut ( : ( h t * prwrioua day's interrup- tfcto * * • * & Tmrther i > aul them is wlnaw * * * mwi • * a. b * f a pnxteher lives ; . - * &wKto jMftm > ify whijrhim. Then " Sfi tM > ttKMWww Pts * $ e6 if ! would nhfp , * V fcf # , Pa * * l we if I knew Fred I * Ig r. JEgaMjiee. ! f < tn.tkd wfl U I knew Granda. ft * * * * * jm * . Ke said : * * WHen you wee hini I toJPtom , I w K sv tan 5S0Q to whip Had- I 4 $ * * . " I toftt flkaffd * . what k hod said. I 1 tftomm * wMb Mm to bfc bouse. Thin B * i . tiW nHmrnnnn at the eame day. I fwdtu < * + * * I toM him titix , said : * * I will I nftol ) y N t C TfrfoW * saloon to-night. " I ' # * • # to T * tW * tut wv ning. Ha said : ( B f ji 4u. wo * w t her * Jwt aisJit. He said i , f jyjtogft tMii ; < MkMji and tell him to I muui * hv ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 7 April 1887

; = * = - - - i ii i 1 ! F. X. AND E. M. KMJIELL. hitters and Fubbsners OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. Thk Cclbkbtsox Reveille re-ap- per as column quarto. > = = = = = = = = = = = = = TiDC Gnwd Armj of the Republic ha * sew & total enrollment in the state o ,190 , There was expended last jmc for relief $1,470.65. Impjcxjal , Chase county , is to have scatter bank m the near future. The projectors are the Pearsnn brothers. They expect to commence business about May 1st. Tkj Tchestnut tt Winter lingers in the lap of Spring" long since feeble and. hoary-headed with the age of many moons ; is being circulated by the east ern press , as sprightly as ever. They & * arise to the dignity of progressive jouroalism in the effete east occasion ally. ' J AaizoMAifS have been unearthing female skeletons which have been buried 5,000 years , and claim they belong to a rare that st . * i oleven feet high. The jawbone , however , is no longer than that of a female of the present day. What a. plea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 7 April 1887

1 ifr li fe iw ifc I THURSDAY , APRIL 7 188t ] I' m Indicates thntyour PiiliscrlpUon loUils I ; m paper ii.AHKxrutKi ) , und that u conllul I f invitation is extoiulo < l to cull nml renew A r mtliQBHuic. Subscription , $ a per j'car. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. Loca > l Intelligence. V j 1883. 1887. I' McCracken's Jewelry Store If . Is now located on the corner north of y Postoffice. Wc pride ourselves of hav- f\ \ ing the Finest Jewelry Store in the h' valley , and wc are hotter prepared to do If all kinds of work than ever before. Our | | work on Watches , Jewelry , Etc. , \ we guarantee can't be excelled anywhere I ; on earth. ' Another big drop on Watches and Clocks. Now is the time to buy at whole sale prices. We have the best assort ment of Gold Watches , Jewelry , Clocks ' ' , and Silverware outside of Omaha. * E3F"Remember we give particular at tention to repairing of Fine Watches , | j and Engraving. J. § 5TChas. Noble , the leading grocer. \ ; , Colored crayon and lead p...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 7 April 1887

• • CRUSH THE DEAD LEAVES. " • 'Oman the dead leavra under tby feet , " Guzc nut tin thum with ruourntul sigh ; 'TliInlc not earth has noirlory left Because a few of its frail things die ; 8prlngtime willbringfresh verdure as sveet- "Crush il dead leaves under thy feet , " look not hack with despairing heart Think not life's morning has been in vain ; • Jllcb , broad fleidg He before thee yet Ready to yield their golden grain. * Autumn may bring the linkage snect • | Crush the dead leaves under thy feet. " Murmur not if the shadows fall Thick and dark on thy earthly way ; Hearts there arc which must walk in shade , Till they reach the light of eternal day. Xife Is not long and the years are fleet "Crush the dead leaves under thy feet" Bravely 1 work , with a steadfast soul : Make others happy , and thou shalt find Happiness flowing back into thv heart ; A quint peace and couteuled mind. If earth be lonely then heaven is sweet "Crush the dea 'd leaves under thv feet. " Mia. Harry ' J...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 7 April 1887

; _ _ - Jf/ r * r . _ aWWBWBWBWMBWMIW MWWWMMWMMgBM Mliafc • A lucky limn in rarer limn a vlilto ) wl | vBiiya Juvonul , nnd wo tliink lie ew. Howovor , wo have hounl of Umu- ndu ol lucky onos and we propose li let sir pncrot out , Thoy were puojilo broken wi in liealth , Hulferin ; , ' with liver , blood d i Id i discuaus , Bcrofiita. dropsy , and nBUinption. and wero lucky uiioiiylt to nr of and wIho enough to uso Dr. I'lorco'n loldcu Medical Diacovory , " tho Hovoroijjn 3od purifier , tonic and alterative of the ( l scholar haB no cnnul. [ Jean Paul chter. A Slonnnza initio health is.to bo found in Dr. R.V. „ Pierco'8 favorite Prescription , " to tho raeiitH of lich as a remedy for female weakness and id red affections thousands testify. 3ara Bernhardt drinks a bottlo of stout r lunch every day. Extremes still meet. * * Decline of man or woman , pro- iiturely induced by excesses or bad prac- ' f ticca , speedily and radically cured , llook * ( illustrated ) , 10 cents in si amps. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 7 April 1887

B > > I [ city bakery , ] I J FRESH BREAD j I | DELIVERED EVERY DAY FREE OF CHARGE. 5 1PIESCAKES 1 - - - | PIESCAKESCANDIESNUTST | I - : j.OYSTERSCJJDERCIGARS - • ' $ ' , | -TOBACCO-ETC-ETC- \ I ; j LUNCH ROOM IN CONNECTION. | H | - Cakes Made to Order. St. Paul Patent Flour. \ \r /j A. PROBST & BRO. j _ H " " ' ' X ; W. W. CURTIS , S. S. BURDETT , H vFormerly Chief Clerk , Formerly Commissioner , Gen'l Land Office. Gen'l Land Office. I CURTIS & BURDETT , I Attorneys in Land Cases. I 925 F. St. , N. W.t WASHINGTON , D. C. I I SPECIALITIES : Cases relating to the Public Lands before I 1 the.Land Department and U. S. Courts. Particular I I Attention to land cases arising under Act of I I j v of Congress approved June 13,1880. 11 " ' Practice in theCourtof Claimsandin Supreme Court of United States. 18 . . . N. -CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. I I REFERENCE : Wm. H. Phelps , Esq. , Beaver City , Neb. I I FOR SALE RV = I The Frees & Hooknell Lumber Go. , I MeCOOK , NEBRASKA....

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 14 April 1887

_ , " " " "VZO-S-vr " ' ' ' " < " ? - * * urnVl. * B _ , , - - " " - E _ , _ 7 ' " " " ) . " " " I , ; , . - . - . - - . 1 1 ; , * s rT Z * ' . , ; ; : A " . L r Trrr.- . - : . i 4ir , : - - : : * r fr ; fw" paqM v ' H St ? 5 Br ' b I § ofliff - wri Tifiiidftt - oft fInmmi' I HE = 3 _ , K * * VOLUME V. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , APRIL 14 , 1887. NUMBER 46. H i i i i - i pa * * - i -1 -1 ; E KP * * " i ii i i i i I THE CASH f Bargain House if The Largest Stock ! m 5 The Lowest Prices ! i HP" I The Latest Novelties ! f - * OF THE SEASON. = - [ " BIG SALE OF DRY GOODS f AT SPECIAL LOW PRICES. i _ _ _ _ [ . GROCERIES WhoSesaSe mi Retail. L > Well it did drop just the same , as you will notice * from our Bill of Fare this week. I WHAT DO YOU SAT TO THIS ? in 20 lbs. Choice Rice SI 00 ; | > 10 lbs. Choice Eaisins 1 00 P 6 lbs. Rio Coffee 100 : L 5 lbs. Arbuckles Coffee 1 00 | 18 lbs. Light Brown Sugar 1 00 I- 1 lb. Jack Pot Tobacco 25 f We call such figure...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 14 April 1887

I H * mmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmBmmKmmmmumKm Hi THE TKIBUNE. B K i3-dkK.J.KtM3BL _ , ! - • . Hf XcCOOK. NEB.n _ _ _ Bf Kf ' • B OYER TEE STATE. K Th * following fg a copy of the bill tit pro Hk tecprimary elections and conventions , of HI political parties , and to punish offenses Ef cooiatitttHl thereat : B E * it reacted by the legislature o ! the B : st-tw f Nebraska : k * Sec _ II , at any political primary oleo K- fe'oa held , by any political party , organiza- K Uoa or association in the state , any indi- B vidua ! shall falsely personate and vote B under the name of any person , or shall in- K tenrJonaliy vote without the right to do so , B mhuM. siffully obstruct and prevent others E from voting who have the right to do so ut K aijch primary , or shall fraudulently und H wrongfully deposit ballots in the builotbox K or take thest therefrom , or shall commit K & _ y other fraud or wrong , tending to defeat K or affect the result o ! the election , he shall K b * deemed guilty ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 14 April 1887

BPPMWHBMlWMMlltetfEii v'x ru + tB : B ILj THKOAMK WILL XOT WORK fe > IM Ittf + r-fHat * Commerem Commissioner ! C | Jo * to Waste Time with Hypothetical Cases. fW Washington special : "The rai lroad pco < pic who have been preparing to paralyze JT the inter-state commerce commissioners j with their thousands o ( hypothetical case * * " and unnecessary questions are going to Blip | f np on their little game. The commission Ik remember * the adage which implies that it a i _ * good deal easier to auk questions than if / $ ? answer them , and ingoing to Bit squarely * M j. ( Wu on this sort of thing. I was talking jR with one of the commissioners yesterday I [ xbaut it. " ftf . That is too much of a good thing , " he Ijl * aJ < L "We can't consider hypothetical If ? sues. Tliere will be enough real ones. We nf ain't permit people to come and ask us to V pass upon cases which don't exist , any m more than u judge could act upon an X- imaginary case , or give legaladviceto every...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 14 April 1887

b / IPPIHWPHlpil'k ' • - - # * • , s # , . S H / * • j SS-o - p- ; * * - - - . F. H. AND E. M. KIMMELL , B Editors and Publishers H OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER ] H O-iUimiDai : elected an anti-license k board by 40 majority. Indianola by 10. B Be&trand and Curtis came in for H tbeir share of devastation by the de- H Touring clement fire. K ' H | Mant Dakota farmers last yaarrais- H | e j flax for fuel , a ton of flax being con- H | tidered more valuable for heating pur- B poses than a ton of soft coal. H Governor Thayer very promptly H and properly vetoed the libel bill , re- Hj considered and passed , just previous to B adjournment of the legislature. Bj Tun supreme court has sustained the B action of the commissioners of Fron- B tier county , and Stockville is jubilant B in possession of the county-seat. B Tub gambling bill goes into effect on By the 4th of July , amid the booming of B Artillery , the Gzz of the fire cracker and B the ascension of sky-rockets and fire B 'baloons. B ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 14 April 1887

* - - | - „ , r L _ . _ t. a p * w . ! i u i * ' l i--y . , m- i * THURSDAY , APIUL 14,1887. If m Indlcatcs that your subscription to thlf \ m paper has exi > ikkd , nml that a conlhil h M % . invltutioii is extended to call and renew # . theBame. Subscription , 22 per year. I OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. \ y Mocal Intelligence. jg 1883. 1887. , f % McCrackan's Jewelry Store It Ib now located on the corner north of if PoBtoffice. Wc pride ourselves of hav- \ frig ) the Finest Jewelry Store in the * ' ' . valley , and we are better prepared to do I all kinds of work than ever before. Our , ; work on "Watches , Jewelry , Etc. , [ we guarantee can't be excelled anywhere , 'j on earth. . 'J Another big drop on Watches and lQ Clocks. Now is the time to buy at whole- * .T sale 'prices. ' We have the best assort- ' taent of Gold Watches , Jewelry , Clocks 'A y and Silverware outside of Omaha. * KF"Remember we give particular at- * 1 tention to repairing of Fine Watches > | and Engraving. f...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 14 April 1887

M - -HORSE-CHESTNUTS A FANCY. Hi My tlccTt , my heart , j , ' To II Tu did start , And blo.som with the blooming spring ; I M v houl did move m With April love , And grew with every greening thing. Hi Fair buds the beech I Too fair for speech i Of mine to 6liow Its changing mien. [ * How soft and slow ! „ First a green glow , -And then a mist , a cloud of green. H Soft covering they , H The tassels gray I That hang the willow branches all , j Aim soft the hlush * That pink doth flush The , apple-trees above the walL K Not so , not so , B My love did grow B' As these do sprout invisibly ; H Scarce can one tell , Nor reckon well , The day , the hour , their birth did see. H But mark the way Hj That long ere May ' The fans do clothe the chestnut-trees ; H On each curved twig H The buds grow big , j And shincth brouzc-like in the breeze. To-day it's sheathed , To-morrow breathed Upon by ever wind of morn , And the tree stands With thousaud hands j Of young green , since the midnight bor...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 14 April 1887

Wl WtSW WL „ - , „ , , , _ , , „ , , , - ' • " ' " ' . . * : - T- : Rr- * * .r- t • i \W \ * Mr. ana 31 if. Bowser. | | Y I don't want to bo complaining of Ifl Mr. Bowser nil tho t me , but some of il- liis doings ought to bo held up to tho IF public gaze. Ho came in from tho barn If tho other day in a great hurry and call- Si cd out : m % "Mrs. Bowser , whore's tho screw- 1 driver ? Hurry , now , fori want it right I ? away ! " J fiVhy. T don't know wliero it is. I , doVt have charge of your tools. " • 'Look hero ! I left that screwdriver on this window sill in tho sitting-room ) yesterday afternoom. " -Well , I haven't seen it. " "Who has ? It's probably been tucked „ * into the stove or given away to some J Polack. It's a wonder the piano doesn't turn up missing some morning. If it's got so I can't leave a tool around the house without its being destroyed , I I want to know it" I was looking around while he stood iu the middle of the room talking , and S presently I found a gimle...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 14 April 1887

B I f H r " - * j > - * H [ t I j CITY BAKERY. I li | FRESH BREAD ! I I DELIVERED EVERY DAY FREE OF CHARGE. j I ' | \ - -PIES-CAKES-CANDIES- - Mi I - OYSTERSdDERCIGARSj j Hi j TOBACCO-ETC-ETC- I 11 j LUNCH ROOM IN CONNECTION. B ! \ Cakes Made to Order. St. Paul Patent Flour. | v li * j.A. j. . PROBST & BRO. I ! I F. if. tffl77S , 5. S. BSRDETT , B Formerly Chief Clerk , Formerly Commissioner , Gen'l Land. Office. Gen'l Land Office. I . CURTIS & BUHDETT , I Attorneys in Land Cases. I 525 F. St. , N. W. , WASHIMGTQN , D. C. I SPECIALITIES : Cases relat ing to the Public Lands before If the Land Department and U. S. Courts. Particular B Attention to land cases arising under Act of I of Congress approved June 13,18S0. I Practice in the Court of Claims and in Supreme Court of United States. . . K. -CORR SPONDENCE SOLICITED. I - BEFEREIiCE : Wm. H. Phelps , Esq. , Beaver Giiy , Neb. I Iff HURT Mil ; Will IlD'fFF • ' Pflijilillfj . . iuuuuuM . _ . , Diliyll ff-JE v * f. r- - * -...

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