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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 21 April 1887

J • v I * ; ® k Jtlc00k : ® ribttttcJ" - : . : 1. . ft . * , , , , , . . VOLUME V. ' McCOOK RED WILLOW COUNTY NEBRASKA THURSDAY APRIL 21 1887. NUMBER 47. * THE CASH P Bargain House = = = = = r = has = = = = P The Largest Stock ! , The Lowest Prices ! The Latest Novelties ! OF THE SEASON.a - BIG SALE OF DRY GOODS AT SPECIAL LOW PRICES. GROCERIES Wholesale and Retail , ; 11 Hear iiii Dm ? ! • Well it did drop just the same , as you will notice t from our Bill of Fare this week. ' WHAT DO YOU SAY TO * THIS ? - 20 lbs. Choice Kice SI 00 f 10 lbs. Choice Kaisins 100 6 lbs. Kio Coffee 100 f k . 5 lbs. Arbuckles Coffee 1 00 \ \ 18 lbs. Light Brown Sugar. . . . 1 00 1 lb. Jack Pot Tobacco 25 We call such figures pure , undisguised , christian charity. & . _ . jFififfrr-'T = - Merchants in adjacent towns should write us for Wholesale Prices. We are as Low as Omaha or St. Joe jobbers , J. O. ALLEN & CO. , THE LEADERS AND ORIGINATORS OF LOW PRICES IM McCOOK , \ CASH BARGAIN HOUSE , . W...

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 — 21 April 1887

1 - THE TRIBUNE , W. M. Jfc . BB. KIMMEXili , Pubs. * McCOOK , - - - NEB. j D7EB THE STATE. i tjffk stock : bates. Tho enforcement ol the principles of the 'Inter-state commerce law with respect to Tiitea on livestock resulted in a very mixed utate of affairs as regards rates from Ne- braska points to Chicago , and a freight agent in 'Omaha for a Chicago line was culled upon for an explanation of the diffia ctilties.Said he : "The whole thing lays i * with the Union Pacific road. When tho I inter-state commerce law went into effect that company failed to notify their local 1 agents to have all stock billed to Chicago. > By reason of this overnight on the part of j that road , which was tho result of an I HccumUation of work over the prepara- J timi sf tariffs a large amount of stock was < I shipped to South Omaha at Nebraska ' local rut eft , and if shipped on to Chicago would have to be billed at the regular • rates from Omaha to Chicago. For in- stance tho rate to Chicago is...

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 — 21 April 1887

ENGLAND'S AGGRESSIVE COV118E. TJus President and Secretary Bayard in Favor of Positive Action. Boston Bpecial : A Washington spocial "to the Traveller says : "Tho fishery qucs- iion is rapidly appronching a culmination. The menacing attitude assumed by tho 'Canadian authorities , encouraged by the British government , is a now Teaturo of tho t -controversy , as tho United * States govern- l * xnent was led to bolievo that tho London j .authorities wero disposed to adjust tho matter in dispute amicably. It having been ascertained officially that England is v not disposed to make the concessions i * * • ojskeil by the United States , tho prcsidont | and secretary ol state aro considering tho ! . , next step to take in the pending dispute. It is ovident from tho tone ot tho British correspondence thatthodiscussions in con gress exposing tho defenseless condition of the country have had somu effect in stimu lating the present aggressive course. What has leaked out in official circles in...

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 — 21 April 1887

II fit jfljcfo1 * ftfap. I ] t31. . AND E..M. KUIMELL. B | FHitors and Publishers I' ' ( Mam. COUNTY PAPJE ! JHE MAYOR'S INAUGURAL. B | McCook , Neil , April 20.18S7. K i To the Citt Council a.nd Fellow Citizens K I ob-KcCook Gheetikg : B J I bclteve the circumstances under which I B i ester upon the discbargo of the duties of the B | | oSceof Majorarosuch aa tolngpirehopeful- B Ij Bess for thefuture welfare and continued B j prosperity of our city. I but rciterato the E | opinion of many people abroad , aa well as at B S home , when I statothat McCook. havingout - B I stripped every rival of its ago in tbo state , B I baa prospects of a grand future. B I In 1852. the Lincoln Land Co. laid out tho B | town. The B. & M. R. H. came , making this B f the division between Hastings and Denver , B j establishing official headquarters here. Hi I In 1663 , the U. S. Land Office was located and B a graad system of waterworks was furnished B tho city , affording a bountiful supply of wate...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 21 April 1887

f ! l • r TurBSD.vv apbil 21. irst. % " ft , te i * < cUtm timt ytmr mhwrttiHun to tht * * jF | w * * kmmko. unit tfant a. - * nlIiil "t & iavU tum o ? xtfu.J to call iirul rru w J ? tiisa * r ! j-ib * jriptio . fcj per y tr. I Local Intelligence. ji : - # 1883. • 1 uii 1887. \ XeCr&ckea's Jewelry Jtor 1 i t * ts sir Uwzt&l r the earner north of I Pi t fE e. W * pride ourselves oF har- f fegtke Fesest Jkwklry Stoke in the I TaJJey , aa4 we are hatter prepared to do 1 aS Lwwid # f wrk than ever before. Our I wsrk en Wat ues > Jewelry" , Etc. , I wo ara/iUf an "t he exaelfal anywhere ' * terth , A # * har big * I * p en Wat hoa and m CWokd. I'Mwrie the tlwe to buy at wholeI wL sole pew * * . We have the bust assort- IS k m * t f G W Watchw. Jewelry , Clocks k a 4 SSfrrwrware # uteids ef Omaha. JBF rI # 8MMB& < * r we gi-e partlaular at- _ rS & * t * ft t nipaktHg # f Pfne Watches 7 11 sl K gpa bg. I ! „ _ _ _ _ _ I I "Cha * . Nhlt the htfulfag grocer. I 1 ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 21 April 1887

THE * RAILROAD BILL. " Fill Text of the Measure as Passed by the Legislature. Ab Act te Kegulat * Kallroadf , Frevcnt Unjust Discriminations , Provide for a Beard , of Transportation and D flno JU Dutiei , and to Repeal Articles S and , Chapter TJt , Entitled Itallroads , of the Kavised Statut , aad all Acts la Cosxlct. • iteB&ctedby the legislature of the state of , Nebraska. ' Section 1. Tk&t the provisions of this act shall apply to our common carrier or carriers engaged io the transportation of passengers or property by railroad , under & common control , . manage- Du-nt or arrangement for a continuous carriage or enfpment from any point in the state of Ne braska to any other point in Eaid state. The ttrm "railroad" as used in this act shall Include the road In use by any corporation operating a railroad , whether owned or operated under a contract , agreement or lease , and the term "transportation' * shall include all instrumentali ties of shipment or carriage. All...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 21 April 1887

R R RjR R R R R R R * * * BSifiJtt5 ' * * ' * ' * ' * ' " * * - awnK. * - j- * * * - _ p i r | | M | | | ) | | [ IB WHAT'S IN A NAME ? . { I < • - * • MV It Im j ot lho Jjonst Important Factor IB In a Man'a Career. IM A immo is cortainly not tho least im- | a port-in t factor In a man's career. How kiB ' much wore difficult would it be for a 1 Muggins or a Finigan to gain accept- H inec us a poet , however great his tal- nfl ; nt , than for a Tennyson or Milton. W o in atter how groat a man's energy , [ fl . alent or courage may be , an odd or Am 'idiculous name will be a clog to him H hrough life , and add immensely to his mm % Hfllcultics in making his way upward , IB ' 3f what avail is a man's aristocratic ap- W icarancc , correct dress , coat of tho I- nost fashionable cut and sa tisfactory I > alanco at the bank if his visiting card I : oudemns him to pity or to ridicule ? iVhat a consolation it must be to a lady afllioted with a disagreeable name m ; o know that she may ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 21 April 1887

1 R. DRYSDALE , J McCOOK , NEBRASKA. ' > I I desire to inform the public J that I have received my stock 1 of Spring and Summer Suit ings , and that I am prepared to do work in the merchant tailoring line in a satisfactory J manner. I guarantee a nice fit in all cases. Call and he con vinced. First door north of Commercial Hotel , Main Ave. STANTON ROLLA -FOR- KANGAROO , ALLIGATOR , FRENCH PATENT LEATHER , FRENCH CALF SKIN , ! $ ounce * ) \ ANDfffififF1 ? BfiiY -AND- t3T Prices from $1.00 to $1.50 lower than formerly. Courteous and fair treatment. He- pair work expouted neatly and promptly. KILPATUICK BROTHERS. ( Successors to E. D. Webster. ) I l Horses branded on loft hip or left shoulder. ! dCKH p- address , Estello , oS'S Hftyes county , and Beat- wK MBKSp5&rice , Neb. Kange , Stink- ; mt Rm i lng Water and French- | Wfj 9l9styC& mnn creeks , Chase Co. , I V * * l Brand as cuton side of 5 5fc5 ? SS3 ) i a' some animals , on hip and g gg lfjgfggffl. sides of some , or ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 April 1887

* * • . . . * * " * - : * * Iff • 4 " S ! " I Sn J VOLUME V. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTYNEBRASKA , THURSDAY , APRIL 28 , 1887. . NUMBER 48. I h THE CASH Bargain House "AS = The Largest Stock ! The Lowest Prices ! The Latest Novelties ! -ssbbQF THE SEASON. - BIG SALE OF DRY GOODS AT SPECIAL LOW PRICES. ! _ _ _ GROCERIES Wholossb Bnd RGtsiL Well it did drop just the same , as you will notice from our Bill of Fare this week. WHAT DO YOU SAY TO THIS ? ' ; - 20 lbs. Choice Rice § 1 00 [ , 10 lbs. Choice Eaisins 1 00 c 6 lbs. Rio Coffee 100 5 lbs. Arbuckles Coffee 1 00 r - ' 18 lbs. Light Brown Sugar. . . . 1 00 J ' 1 lb. Jack Pot Tobacco 25 I 1 * We call such figures pure , undisguised , christian charity , X y Merchants in adjacent towns should write us for Wholesale Prices. We are as Low as Omaha or St. Joe jobbers , /4 % k 1 i IFsp EI ISP O b J4 * # > * IL * IL11 $ b& % * * % Jm ft " j. - THE LEADERS AND ORIGINATORS OF | LOW PRICES IN McCOOK , ! CASH BARGAIN HOUSR. f < \ W. W...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 April 1887

1 / THE TKIBUNE. . , ' ' * ' ii I F. ITI. & K. M. KI.IIiUKliL , l ubs. McCOOK NEB. , - - - . OVER TEE STATE. DEATH OF JUJaJ ! WEAVER. ' Falls City special to tlio Omaha Bee : Hon. A. J. Weaver died afc his homo in this city afc 8:30 : o'clock this overling of in flammation of the brain and pneumonia. Last Wednesday , while at Lincoln , he took a severe cold , which settled on his lungs and aggravated catarrh , to which ho was subject. The illness was not thought ib boing.serious until on Sunday , when un favorable symptoms wero noticed , but a reaction apparently set in for the better nntil noon of to-day , when a decided change for the worse appoared. A consul tation of physicians was had this after noon and the case regarded as hopeless , and he failod rapidly until his death. Judge Weaver was in excellent health and spirits tip to last Wednesday , and was very active in his efforts to promote the interests , of Falls City. Tuesday night he attended a citizens' meeting for the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 April 1887

H ARGUMENT UPON ARGUMENT. H " Ml Brought About by the Workings of the "H Sew Railroad Late. H Washington dispatch : A telegram has JB been received by tlio intor-Htato cotnmerco ill conuniHBion , from tho manager of tlio y quicksilver inino at San Jo mo , Ciil. , regardVl Hf ing present transcontinental ratcii , shutr HI ting out their products from New York Hj tnnrkols entirely , which will have a disas- H trouH effect on this industry. Several tolo- H | -grams luivo been received from Pacific H [ conBt fruit interests , Betting forth disafli H ters threatened by now transcontinental M rak'H. H Charles IL Tweed , of New York , ada dressed the commission thin morning in behalf of the Southern Pacific Railroad \S company , for Busponsion of the fourth Bee- ) tion or tho inter-Btate commerco law. The I 5 " ? Northern Pacific will file a like petition this ' J afternoon. A. T. Britton addressed the [ J tornniiHS on on behalf of the Atchison , Toll pokn fc Santa Fe Itailrond company. , ...

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 — 28 April 1887

' * • M " ' " ' " • ' - > yv" r . . . . . . . . . . , U " "T | | Tit 3M > g"fc IVifaqp. I ! F. H. AND E. M. KIMMELL , H H Editors and Publishers. II OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. B | | j Omama in to have a type foundry. H 1 "Mant bens cackle that lay no egg. " H It is authoritatively stated that Ar- • nidorf , the alleged murder of Haddock , I vill b -tried. . B Tub inter-state law was made for the B people. It is being unmade section by B section for the railroads. B = B The Curtis Courier has tumbled from B- a 7 to a 5 column quarto. A nonpareil paper don't lit a small pica town. Thjs state auditor has compiled a itatenienfc of appropriations made by the last legislature. The grand total is , $2,722,890.80. I Tub too numerous discoveries of blundering mistakes by clerks , in the late legislature , should tench the selec tion of a clerical force more with refer ence to ability than by favoritism. B I The Kansas City Times of recent H 1 I date devote ? , a column to "n plea for I Jud...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 April 1887

WBrwAMRia i. - -mi " " " " 1 1 1 ' ' " - W 1 % Mt@g0fe | fritting , S f THURSDAY , APRIL 28 , 1887. Hi ] . m Inillcatcs that your mibBcrlptloii tothlH jfLl'T paper has kxwiikd , and that a cordial S3fl m invitation 1b extended to call und renew Kg it . thosamo. Subscription , t'J per year. W\ \ OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. MI Local Intelligence. ml 1883. 1887. jrC-l 3IcCrackcn's Jewelry Storn ( H . P la now located on the corner north of WT ' Postofiicc. We pride ourselves or hav- fcV ing the Pi nest Jewelry Store in the B/ valley , and we arc better prepared to do ag ull kinds oi'work than ever het'orc. . Our 1 work on Watches , Jewelry , Etc. , | y we guarantee can't be excelled anywhere Bp on 'arth. | 1& ' | Another big drop on Watches and | | v Clocks. Now is the time to buy at whole- Cl Ba'c ' prices. We have the best assort- Hr F tnent of Gold Watches , Jewelry , Clocks B&l and Silycrware outside of Omaha. Bj t JSJfRcinember we give particular at- H * -I tendon to repairing ...

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 — 28 April 1887

P tmfJfiTfT'rfi ' ' ' ' " ' ' " - " > - • " ' j ll V , . ; . . E nHi * * - H AN OLD LETTER. H Only a letter , H Yellow ami dint with nc , Hl , W trully { 'uzlnjr. H I bold tbu torn old papc. H Onlj a tolccn " H From one who loved rnc well ; B The faded writing H Scarce the fond words telL B Only a letter. B Yet dearer fur to me H Than all elec beside , Hj B Minding me , love , of ttica HH | Only a letter , B PJ Yellow and old and torn ; H at On my heart it lies H ; H Now I am old and worn. H | sj Only a message , flj flj Tender and true and sweet V B The writer long dead HJ S Never a aln wc meet. H w Only a letter , K m Hid In an oaken chest ; B X Close , close to my heart , H m "When I am laid at ' rest. HJ a C7i < imler& ' Journal. 1 * " " " It Baby's Golden Curl. K IE H John Cbailoner was feeling utterly B K miserable. He was a brown-bearded , H sturdy-looking man , with every out- H X ward appearance of health and pros- B m perity ; but as he sat there in the corner B ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 April 1887

BW • ' ill ww t . , W v w - mii I - . - lim n i h mi L . S t LH _ In fJuat r tI OH-dllt ) , KSmiO'li.-Ioii , f * CmmWitlMtM. AXw WAjm-iii t * 'HIMtllK * . StmafH ICmc-uuux U I'uir Cwl burul I wWA J'Iy ' > nnlu > * | < tw , m m nu .t nlu > , * > t- 1 hNWl W IH t.tk . IttrVut * * * MH | - , . > , far fcmit. ttmimlUu twv ww k. hI mu > immI linWtfc' up Uw ImmIjt. lie .Hit r * > a l : * I . trioA . 8m ZL' * Ktm.\hit > H imi h young miri , whom IhyM * ituMi at lime * gave up Iiojh' SI rum lie ImttHH unim ; the liiniiUdou his r C H ll l + ns ttvarMl , pMtHftl lluxlt and itreii tli i awl frMM ail upptMinutctt * Mm life will be jtrotoitcwl muy yeetro.Juiix Sullivan ; ' H * ttitl 8U nnl l'a. | * , Morgans * , . lf IfiHfHirut' WtHtttiu received timisaitdn ! o ! < lMar wertit of ppvhunta nu bin birthday. - "Said Aaron to Mose * I.eL'H cut off our noses. " * Ati * HMint Imvo been a sufferer from cntarrtt. Tli l < trjorii.tion which cutarrlil | tr du MM in often H...

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 — 28 April 1887

' • ' ' " * " " ' ' * * * * z l s m 1" .ft ? ' ' o f . . . . , MrrTaTnicinwi ; : .r rafnwwirni iiiimn u. . 1 11 1 I ! LUDWiCK & TROWBRIDGE 1 THE OLD RELIABLE FUENITURE DEALERS , ! HAVE THE [ Finest Assortment ! Largest Stock ! I Lowest Prices ! IN SOUTHWESTERN NEBRASKA. MAIN AVRNUR , McCOOK , - - NEBRASKA. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ " 1 1 I The First National Bank * : OF MCCOOK , NEBRASKA. E | : " I AUTHORIZED CAPITAL , - $100,000.00. , i | PAID UP CAPITAL , $30,000. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS : 1 GEO. HOCKNELL , PRESIDENT. B. M. FREES , VICE-PRESIDENT. I F.L8ROV/N , CASHIER A.CAMPBELL. R. O. PHILLIPS. K - WM _ M sa f w g „ > | .i. . WW I KILPATRICK BROTHERS. E ( Suetn aors to E. D. Webster. ) I Knrbe * bran < l • ! on left hip or left shoulder. 4tti P. O. address. Estelle. ! I Kfc _ Havt > ! * c"'tv-W'"l Ueut- 1 I Sj EV9lf ! < llct * ' , e'IC'injrt ' * . Stink- 'l ' mHSD V * * fffjmjr Wat * r mid French- I I IHEswS ? - . * mm creeks. Chase Co. , 5 i mJ S S | Nvbrusku. - " " J E ' ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 April 1887

r * " ' * ' - - -i. - - - - . - i i 1 1 , . . . i . - - . , - - - - , - , . . , - - i. , . .i . . i"i. 1 1 2 . q frtfcttite 511 jjjlenient | * McCOOK , NEBRASKA , APRIL 28 , 1887. Our state fish commission has sent for 25,00 0,000 more eggs of wall-e3'ed pike. Our prairies will be alivejwiths'em by next fall. : . * I Fee , fi , fo fum , I smell'the blond of a Bohemian Jew , is the song of the daily papers of the state. In the meantime Rosewater continues in business at the old stand. _ Dr. Lyman Beecher once replied to * . an inquiry of Dr. Hawes , "How are you "getting along ? " * "First-rate ! first-rate- ! first-rate7Vrecrsince I stoppe JBkng to run this world. " W'T' Mrs. Yeast This is veryxnice caB-w " ' Did you get 'the receipt out nf a cook book ? Mrs.Fussanfeather No ; I made it out of my own head. "You don't say ? It is certainly very light. " , On an orchard of Italian chestnuts , near Los Gatos , now coming bearing , § 300 is said to have been realized this year per acre....

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 28 April 1887

sat * . ' ' * * • • ' - * - * ! lb' - r v - a " . . = = = = = > 'i. * * < ' W I ' # * • - h lv ' Bepublican.in ' Politic. , r < r f T"v ; . Subscnption toftnP.rYew . . ' , ' | Published . _ Every _ _ Thursday/ If " SUBSCRIBE FOR THg | ' McCOOKTRWE , F. M. & E. M. KBIMELL , Pubs , and Props. _ I , _ - . ; • „ - - jsv * o o - - Jl = PUBLISHERS OF 0 0t0 | : _ - ANDI . ! < BLANKS , - I _ > vfeyF 1 BOOKS , ETC. N lCHOOL BOOKS AND FINE SMIOKEE SCHOOL SUPPLIES , ETC. . . . . . • - ' - - ; V'-k > - ' o O o I BfflK books , bunk books. , • , o o o ( OUR. FACILITIES FOR JOB WORK ARE UNEXCELLED 0 o o I- U GIVE US A CALL. . < & + % - '

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 May 1887

BI I J k I' , 'Hlje : JttcC00k ; Sribtme. m j | . , , , , , . . * VOLtJME V. McCOOK RED WILLOW COUNTY NEBRASKA THURSDAY MAY 5 1887. NUMBER 49. I AND STILL THEY COME ! I : Not one ! Hot two ! But in CROWDS I > l he People Flock to the I CASH BARGAIN HOUSE. TlLe Superior Quality of our goods. The tempting I KOW PRIGE8 ! I at which tliey are sold , all combined , lias caused i k us to have a big , rushing trade. I CALL AND SEE OUR I Great Bargains in Dry Goods 4 AND SEE FOR YOURSELF THAT | OUR PRICES ARE I 35 PER CENT. LESS ! I THAN ANY CREDIT STORE IN TOWN. I GROGEIRESWholesale and Retail , H CAR LOADS received every week , and we will con- H tinue to save our customers 25 PER CENT , on Groceries. H If you want extra value and qualities , at the lowest prices B ever quoted in McCook , don't fail to trade at I IM Uwii MliuAlli iIuUijIj. | J. C. ALLEN & CO , H • The Leaders and Originators of Low Prices in McCook. E | W. W. CURTIS , S. S. BVRDETT , B Formerly Chief Clerk , Former...

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 — 5 May 1887

I THE TRIBUNE. H . | II i * * * • ' - " i - I mil in i i H McCOOK , NEB. I OVER THE STATE. 9 TrtK TIE THAT WILL IMS IK 99 Ts J Mnt ? Mt positions which ' 1 human J. 99 Ptt * r m aWttt Wiinnke is , itinnow stated , 99 mIm * 6m wov > h u project which will ma * 99 t rt ify cfc * * railway matters in this por- HB txm * I U * mL. A gentleman , who m HH twwItT Utnil U be till th inside of the pro- Hfl yvt , M4wrNMtl h Humid reporter yesterday H9 Tbt Mr. l'tt r wu.i t < > ho the tie that Hfl " < W , trwiii thu date or his connection HB -with Um Uh4 h Ptteinc , tie up the two roads 9B no fcnctiy W i , it would l difficult to tell HJ trWfcbwr it w mi < mm or twrt voTporutions. 9J 1 * * • • K * < iti ly kHowii , at least , that both 9J ro . < bt hiw vt > mm1 by IfrjtiWm'fupitulinUt and 9J tkafc whifo OHver K. AniM Iibh , largo in- 9J lrit m tW MM. I m c4Mh m , Fred A m ( . • , m 9J * * i * Hy MtUrr U < l i tt4 * : thur. 'Up to the HJ | r > MM t ( mm * tfc * r * ...

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