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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 May 1887

B THCIU5DAV , MAY 5 , 1SS7. B _ _ _ _ B , JTIn > lli'nli' ( that your Kiibxcriptlon to this H jP paper has KXiMitKii.uml that u eonllnl H Rk invitation Jrt cxtfiiil I tu cull anil renew H mtbesatnc bubforfptloH. ( per year. I OmClAL COUNTY PAPER. H SLocal Intelligence. H WATCHES. ' - DIAMONDS. ; , H RETAIL AND WHOLESALE. I F , L. McGRAGKEN. B JEWELER & EXJRAVER. ( BM CottNKU Noktii or I * . O. I ! | JEWELRY.fslLVERW'EJ ? B - - - > ' " _ = - Bj The Osborne Binders ut Kinker ' s. Bj 3FChas. Noble , the leading grocer. B Kubber and cotton hose at C. D. K Palmers. M J5Pnce3 paralyzed at McCracken ' s H Jewelry Store. K New invoice of carpets just received Hj ! at Tor rev & Go ' s. i V Go to McCracken and buy a clock for • $3.00 , worth $5.00. l Brussell's Bru.ssell carpets for ; > fc. H | at Torrey & Co's. . B Blue Grass and Clover seed at W.C. B LaTourette oc Co. ' s. K ( J The best gasoline stoves , you will R find at C. D. Palmer ' s. Br Just received , a nice 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 — 5 May 1887

I I APRIL TO MAY. HI mm snetiilln ' i ; surny ; HI - & > • ' "y fa" " duiijrhter .Ma > . 1 The earth will soon lie In your keeping. § You'll ilnd fvervtliin ' iicu' Anil in wry good form , H In the air stores of duiv , 9 And the winds softly warm ' Tocojx up tin crocuses , p ' jeplu : ; . 9 You will find the hills trrecu , 9 , Aud In valleys between IVild violets tellmfr the story Of how I caressed them * B With sun waves aud shower , And fed them and dressed them , B Yes , every small ( lower TJiat smiles in Its blue-purple glory. 9 Aud my dearest child May , H If you find things delay H Like buds , which oft linger brown-coated H Do not worry or fret , " H liut wait gently awhile ; H That a frown never yet H , Did the work of a smile Is something I often have noted. ; -June 1 'ttiii Joy , in St. Jv ? < 7 < ou. . I My Pre-Existence. H BY IIENJIY o'XEILL. M It was nn afternoon of fog and slush H ind bitter cold. My bus ' ness led me M lirough Leicester square. I pass...

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 — 5 May 1887

l | THE I * . ESI DENT'S MAIL. 1 I.pttcnt from All SortH of Applicants Bf for Tension or IMhcc Epistles of H | thu CIilUli on. M Tlio prustiicnl's mail contains en m nveriijjo of from 100 to 150 letters a H di : > * from persons wlrose claims for pon- B ' sions sire pmitlin buforc. the depart- H munt. Those people address the chief , executive in belief , probably , that the f , .pension oflieo is next door to the white I I Kiouse , and that tlieirs is the only letter I ' ho may receive in a week. Wm About one-half of tltese letters are H | f * sent to Mrs. Cleveland. The writers B in such wises are usually the wives or HI / daughters of the petitioners. Some of r them bestow upon Mrs. Cleveland such. , titles as "Her Mejesty , " "Empress" I ' . and other appellations of rovalu * . I { Thuro are few of the letters that do not I I • contain some touches of human nature. I J They are evidentlv written in the sin- j cere belief tliat MrCleveland will as- i sist th'Jin if her svmp it...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 May 1887

TII it " " > • " ? * , = - ' - in itn I II . I LUDWICK & TROWBRIDGE t | | THE OLD RELIABLE i 1 FURNITURE DEALERS , [ HAVE THE I Finest Assortment ! I Largest Stock ! I Lowest Prices ! j IN SOUTHWESTERN NEBRASKA. B i I MAIN AYRNUR , I McCOOK , - - NEBRASKA. I ' The First National Bank Hj OF MCCOOK , NEBRASKA. , I AUTHORIZED CAPITAL , - $100,000.00. | • PAID UP CAPITAL , $50,000. . J \ U'M.J Ml q ? OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS : H ] \ GEO. HOCKNELL , PRESIDENT. B. M. FREES , VICE-PRESIDENT. . . . . . . . K F. L. BROWN , CASHIER A. CAMPBELL. R. O. PHILLIPS. It KILPATUICK BROTIIK11& -1 ( Successors to E. D. Webster. ) Horses branded on left hip or left shoulder. H * B ' r * ° - atJdress. Estelle , Ha , . Hayes county , and Bcat- BJ W' li5sJ $ ? I ? " * ' rce * clHansie. . Stink- Hl Ks i i S fr ! iiiJ ? Water and Hrcnch- 1 13SS * * f < & . t * man creeks. Chase Co. . Wsa / 7 Nebraska. HI BT"- * " sSs Brand a * cut on side of Hi I Sfca , g ] | * soriie animals , on hip and " ®...

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 — 5 May 1887
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 — 5 May 1887
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 — 12 May 1887

Rf VOLUME V. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MAY 12 , 1887. NUMBER SO. ' H IWf ? Z _ - - p' ' AND STILL THEY COME ! [ Not one ! Not two ! But in CROWDS r The People Flock to the k , CASH BAK&AIN HOUSE. The Superior Quality of our goods. The tempting : • LOW PRIGR8 ! > r at which they are sold , all combined , has caused < M % i\ us to have a big , rushing trade. CALL AND SEE OUR j * Great Bargains in Dry Goods [ AND SEE FOR YOURSELF THAT | OUR PRICES ARE 35 PER CENT. LESS ! THAN ANY CREDIT STORE IN TOWN. GRQGE1RES"-W8i6fesal8 and Retail , . CAR LOADS received every vreek , and we vrill con tinue to save our customers 25 PEE , CENT , on Groceries. If you want extra value and qualities , at the lovrest prices ever quoted in McCook , don't fail to trade at I J. C. ALLEN & CO. , \ The Leaders and Originators of Low Prices in McCook. | . W. W. CURTIS , S. S. BURDETT , 4 Formerly Chief Clerk , Formerly Commissioner , * Gen'l Land Office. Gen'l Land Office....

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 12 May 1887

| H > VEE 'JHE _ S1'ATE. H B XEBRASICA'S WATER J BMinden Correspondence of the Omnha Kepuolican : Somo people curiout Vnotions about the water supply in No- Hp braska , and especially on tbo divides g the central and western portions of the m state. The water is obtained , usually , bj H p boring a ten or twclvo-inch well , from 75 K to 200 feot. These are tubed up with hard V pino , made expressly for tho purpose ; and Kf at the bottom a sheet iron is fasloned to m prevent sand or clay from filling up the V well. The usual prise for boring wells is 10 g cents per first 100 feet , and 20 cents foi B every foot over 100 feet. A well of 100 feel H feet would cost $15 , 200 feet $35 , besides H tho tubing and board of diggers. A well H 100 feet , all ready for use , costs about H $30. There nro generally from ten tc H twenty feet of water. People at first use u B windlass or pump for drawing water , until | they get a good deal of stock , when a wind- H mill is attached and a largo ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 12 May 1887

- • rJP H L-rT -TZ = = sJ5 vt Jpr / " ' gjr | * * HQl'tNUAGAIKSTODDS. Uufk Whs further Detail * of the Dreadful Mine Dtias- Gg2 * ' for at Nanalmo. JSi | Nanaijio , B. C , May 5. Over one-hnl' jBi the miners employed at the Vancouver coal HR1 mine , where tlio explosion occurred yester- B | 4 , ' dayhad families. Below arc the names raj of tlio killed and injured. Tho dead arc : pi "William Craven , Fred "Watson , and Samuel Bgf , Hudson , of Wellington , "who was foreman WM of one of the rescuing parties , died from tho Kpn Vtx effects of after damps. Seven Chinamen Jffigu I iNwere brought up dead. The injured arc i ll' ' George Davis , John Jones , J. Stove , Sr. , y John Lonch , and ; Jules Michael , Itichard L Gibson , overman of the mines , miraculously PPF g _ -escaped with a few cuts about tho face. r ) a Ah near as can be ascertained now there aro * * y \t imprisoned in tho mine twenty-nine men 4it the No. 1 level , twenty-three in the new , slope and twelve in the No. 5 lev...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 12 May 1887

Hr/AND E. M. KDIMELL , BBPfoPFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. ] Twenty states in the union now ob- Hy serve a day in each year as Arbor day. K m Massachusetts has been the last to fall Htr • The Omaha Herald thinks that if mr Potter don't rattle some dry bones when F' he takes hold of the U. P. , a duck will m not swim. V Over in Iowa they have a new law V < against prostitution , and so far as test- m ed , its work may well be compared to m ) that done sometimes by a circular saw W in full motion. At Marshalltown the other day , Fan Houghton , keeper of a notorious bangnio , was convicted under it and the judge sentenced her to two years in the penitentiary. Topic. It is said that there are now three lo calities-affected by leprosy in Louisiana in Lafourche , Vermillion and St. Mar- tinsville , where the disease has been propagated for a century or more. It is claimed that the disease in Louisiana is oi the type of the old oriental leprosy , I differing but little from that described in the...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 12 May 1887

I THURSDAY , MAX 12 , 1887. L ; i . = = , " • . mjr Indicates that your subscription to this * J ? \ naporiiABCXi'iiiKU , anil tliut n cordial > • * , ' M invitation Ih extended to call and renew - , < • m mtliosumo. Subscription , ? a per year. s , - t ; - | | WATCHES. I - MONDsTl V AT g. RETAIL AND WHOLESALE. F. L. MgGRAGKEN. • vf ' : o : JEWELER & ENGRAVER. f. , COUNEIl NOItTII OK P. O. C • I. . f I JEWELRY. | | = [ slLVERWE-f f , Local Intelligence. - i - -p • - ) , The Osborne Binders at llinker ' s. 57"Chas. Noble , the leading grocer. Writing and copying inks at Tribune ofiice. ( "Cultivators at llinker's from $1G to $37. - Jfjjjf Prices paralyzed at McCracken's Jewelry Store. Nebraska City Breaking Plows at C. P. Einkor s. Nebraska and Kansas state maps for sale at this ofBce. Go to McCracken and buy a clock for $3.00 , worth $5.00. Blue Grass and Clover seed at W. C. LaTourette & Co. 's. The best gasoline stoves , you will find at C. D. Palmer's. ! EEPEggs wan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 12 May 1887

TIME ENOUGH. Ttvollltle squirrels out in the sun ; Ono gathered nut a , the other had none. f I "Time enough yet , " hi constuut refrain , "Suinmcr Is only Just on the wane. " Listen , my child , while I tell you his fate ; Fie routed hint at la t , hut he roused too Jat II Down fell thesnow from the pitiless clouds And gave little tqulrrel a spotless white shrou Two little boys in a schoolroom were placet One always perfect , the other disgraced- ' • Time enough yet for my learnlug. " he sail B "I will climb , bv * and by , "from the foot to tl J head , " fl Listen , my darling : Their locks have turnc I k'ray. One ns a governor Is sittfng todav ; m The other , a pauper , looks out at the door 8 Of-the almshouseand Idles bis days as of yon I Two kinds of people we meet every day ; f One Is at work , the other at play , fi Living unenred for , dying unknown. /1 The business hive hath ever a drone. I / ' Tell me , my child , if the squirrels have taugl I / ' * The lesson I long to im...

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 — 12 May 1887

SAN JACINTO. Atiiuvcrt nrv of/tho Buttle That Vrooil • ( " Tcxiim from .Mexico A "Mont Kvont- ! * * . " . - - 1 til Victory 4 , - Tliere occurs tliis week the anniversary of j ? j- one of the most IntorcntIti uudeyeutTill bat ' s * • ties hi American history , though one but little | , J remembered. It is un anniversary that recalls & ' ' the strtiirKlu at races of which the southern 'p x < Dortlon of this continent wits the scene from lr,7 the days of Christopher Columbus down to jjJjT' our own time. Spanish settlements were jjpV made In Texas as early as 10'J2 ; these , how- lJ. " " ever , were merely lrailine ; establishments. 7 % * Texas was formerly claimed by both Spain and WfP J the United Slates , and became the subject of ' lone ; negotiation between the two govern ments , which resulted in u relinquishment on the part of the United States to the territory in question. President Jackson made an at- i , " tempt to purchase Texas from Mexico , but t , failed. The propo...

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 — 12 May 1887

1r : LOUD WICK & TROWBRIDGE : : \ * THE OLD RELIABLE | - FURNITURE DEALERS , i , I , HAVE THE I Finest Assortment ! • rf . .Tj - . , - Largest Stock ! p. Lowest Prices ! IN SOUTHWESTERN NEBRASKA. MAIN AVENUE , J 1 MeCOOK , - - NEBRASKA. | The First National Bank , . OF MCCOOK NEBRASKA. I AUTHORIZED CAPITAL , - $100,000.00. , PAID UP CAPITAL , $60,000. II I OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS : J GEO. HOCKNELL , PRESIDENT. B. M. FREES , VICE-PRESIDENT. 1 F. L. BROWN , CASHIER A.CAMPBELL. R. . O. PHILLIPS. ij KILPATKICK BROTHERS. "f 85 ( Successors lo E. D. Webster. ) Horses branded on left hip or left shoulder. I tv- P. O. address , Estcllc , "frgfejC Hayes county , and Beat- KgjQHEIflSJB&rice , Neb. Knngc. Stink- I ai MK Mfi Pinff Water 1U1(1 Frcnch- I RBSSmmSS * * ! ) * man creeks , Chase Co. , II jiil Brand as cut on side of Jj jgggl B PT--- , fB " some animals , on hip and ( J where on the animal. J JOHN F. BLACK. ' J Breeder of Impjioved Sheep. I STOKES & TROTH. j EATON BROS. &am...

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 — 19 May 1887

* " " * ' " * T • • - - . - i I HMk ilkCook fJribttttc. • I f A , . > ' • - . • , , , , , . . > \ : VOLUME V. MeCOOK RED WILLOW COUNTY NEBRASKA THURSDAY MAY 19 1887. NUMBER 81. I ' FIRE , SMOKE AI1TER V- : : AT : ; GANSCHOW'S | " OLD RELT&BLE r BOOT AND SHOE STORE ! DO NOT MISS THIS i Great Reduction Sale ! . : OF : if I BOOTS AND SHOES ! I COME ONE I COME ALLI fi < No cheap slioclcly goods. Everything- r ordered direct from Manufact urers and guarantee them. ! NO FRAUDULENT DRIVE ! } I am liere to stay to back all I say. Can give you I BETTER BARGAINS IN BOOTS & SHOES I than ever offered before. Will give • , Special Reduction Hadies' fm Shoes , - . Rush in with your dollars and get bargains. : J. F. CANSCHOW , \ OPPOSITE U. S. LAND OFFICE. i The First National Bank - * . ? ensk fto . ' OF MCCOOK , NEBRASKA. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL , - $100,000.00. f ! Paid up Capitax , $50,000.00. • < > , ! OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS : GEO. HOCKNELL , PRESIDENT. B. M. FREES , VICE-PR...

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 — 19 May 1887

f | I THE TKIBUNE , ! r.X.JcK. M. KlH.nEE.Ii , Pubs. McCOOK , . . . NEB. ' * MMM" r OVEE TBE STATE. ABOLISHMENT OF DISCRIMINATION. The Hon. John A. McShano and the Hon , Wh. A. Paxton , who went to Chicago hut week on a committee from tho Stock Ship pern Association of Nebraska , for the pur pose of protesting with the Iowa railroads against the discrimination in rated between Omaha and Kansas City , have returned ; borne. The point is made that from Omaha | the railroads charge to Chicago $70 a car I load and from Kansas City 575 , and the distance being practically tho same , and both points beinjj served by nearly the same system of ro is , there is no reason I why the difference should bo made of $5 a J car-ioad as between the two cities. Iu ' • Justification , however , of this discrimina- i tion the roads to Omalia claim that they j bad to make the $70 rate in order to pro * ' tect their local traffic and without any { reference to the Omaha shipper * . Another * > argument...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 19 May 1887

PZMOS.IZ JLXIt OTIIEK XOTES. Aow * Fabiy Bujk of Bugs' * Post Office , Ky i * almost 10f > years old. T * aHsdiwd uml sixty-two paint of twin wer * kern in. Chicago during 188G. A * must ? a 5,213,000 tnido dollar * have bem ade mel to data quite a pocketful. j BwHiMag operaMorw In New York nro „ . aaealwd b y fear * of atriktm among the work * i ! mum. | Ffe * FabIe odvicmt continue to be re- * k , g0&me4 f the program of Stanley's African IF 32xVl iu j It mtutt bavo been a valuable muffin [ ruoiaofor whlofo a. New York lady paid a ' ' [ baiter SCO tha other day. F gaum imknown friend baa Kent Lieuten- I a fe ttNwfjr tt ebtmk f r $500 for hie daugh- I , tar wlu km burn a few week * ago. I Aw AtmcUtH Hon luyer , who had killed I , Mew aW-w gOOItwna , haw rwreived Hie order 'f ' > ' < rf law Lesion of lienor. The prize paid by t\ \ > faWaMia M < nt for eaeh Hon is 100 francn. rr Biiiimiwi.iw'i ' wUtta in Scotland , wliicli * iwywi in EhMMttma * Hill , the auppoaed ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 19 May 1887

f : ! s F. X. AND E. 31. KDDIELL , Editors and Publishers. I OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER.c j Operations on the Curtis extension kave been somewhat deterred by repeat- ed strikes on the part ot the workmen esplojed. I f Tks Benkclman Democrat is Dundy i county's newest candidate for public pat- roage. Edgar Howard is the gentle- aaa at the helm. The Hastings Gazette-Journal has lately been enlarged to a 6-column quarto. In its new form the G.-J. is greatly improved. t - ' The graders are hard at work on the j Frenchman Valley road , and the dwelli I 1 [ era along Wbiteman's Fork are propor- j j < tiosately jubilant and happy. | * ! • Hastings is rapidly forestalling all ' • possibility of boDin from Burlington I quarters by snowing herself under with H ! ' bonds to other railroad corporations. I f 1 ! Da. Geo. L. Miller , late of the Omaha Himld , is home from New York. I The 'doctor gives it out cold that Cleve- K land will be the next democratic candi- H date for the presidency. Hi j ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 19 May 1887

TIlUBSDAiT , MAY 10 , 1887. | WATCHES. ' | [ 7S0NFsrj | - AT 5 V RETAIL AND WHOLESALE. i % : o : I F. L McGRAGKEN. H H : o : k , ' JEAVELER & ENGRAVER. ll- V COUNEK NOUTH OF P. O. I _ _ ) ' | JEWELRY. 1- = * - = | | SILVERW'E. | / - IF YOU WANT TO ip > PAPER , PAIN r. OR DECORATE , \ . / THAT THE ret" Finest Line of Materials ana W Most Reasonable Figures [ PL AKE AT | f& McMillen & Weeks , - I Local In telligence. I ? The Osborne Binders at Einker's. - S = BTChas. Noble , the leading grocer. J Writing "and copying inks at Tribune I office. \ "Cultivators at llinker's from $16 to $37. ) BrgT'Neckwcar of every description at • * The Famous. r [ JSg Pnces paralyzed at McCracken's I Jewelry Store. ? Nebraska City Breaking Plows at C. P. Einker s. / , * \ Nebraska and Kansas state maps for sale at this office. ' Hosiery and underwear in great varie- ( ty at The Famous. Blue Grass and Clover seed at W. C. LaTourettl lx v/O. 's. , - • - I , TfatNbest gasoline stoves , you w...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 19 May 1887

r * mi mii i 1ii 1 ii ' , S I CURRENT EVENTS ; In London sldo-whlsUeru arc called "aid wings. " Coaching Is no longer the proper thing I England. Two$2oD.OOO hotels aro being erected I Riverside , Cil. Oregon's rainfall slnec AugU3t last excect the usual average. A ledge of lithographic stone lias been dl covered near Los Angeles , ( Jul. It Js estimated by California vlncj'ardls that over thirty million callous of wine wi be made in that state this year. A large collection of coins owued by tl I late John T. Raymond will shortly be sold i public auction In New York city. The brooks of Vermont are still covered wit ice , and trout-Ushers are beginning to thin that their season's sport will be a failure. A prliitlug-prcss by which blind persons ar enabled to print the raised letters , no universally used by them , has been inventci A companion sign to the "Going Out Scrul bine Doue Here" Is a new one In Washingto street , New Haven , Conn. : "Expressing Dou Here. " A swarm of bees se...

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