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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 19 May 1887

1 "V V / TO NIIHKASKA. FAK1J1EUS. . / * J w. "We havfl juut itaueri our 1887 Catalogue. j | ' , It tellu nil about UiiiilerM and will he Kent tj * | • Jlrco to thoHO who mention tlim pnper and | | j lend their nrtdreiw to Aultmnn , Miller & SI Co. , Akron , Ohio. * Buwin Conlidgo has a parrot which is * ; t laid to quote paHnacew from her novelu. > * Not a I'urcatlve ; c'uner > 1/Ulle Liver . - , Filln ; their action is mild , pleasant and V pgtnrn1. _ t/ ' BBff 11 lH i ! . - * lEtt 1 M 1 IS B -THE I P BESYTQHSC. s This medicine , combining : Iron with puro vegetable tonics , quickly and completely Cures I > Tpepelu , Indigestion , Wrauueas , ! Impure BlnoilBIalarInClilII audI"ever anil Neuralgia. Ills an unlaiUnr remedy for Diseases of tho * Kidneys nnd I-lver. * It Is invaluable for Dlsor cs peculiar to Women , and all who lead M-iteiitury lives. I Itdocs not Injure the teeth , catibeheada.che.or produce constipation other Iron medicine * do. It enriches and purifies ...

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 — 19 May 1887

LUDWICK & TROWBRIDGE THE OLD RELIABLE FURNITURE DEALERS , HAVE THE Finest Assortment ! Largest Stock ! Lowest Prices ! 1 IN SOUTHWESTERN NEBRASKA. MAIN AYENUR , II McCOOK , - - NEBRASKA. 11 S KILPATMCK BROTHERS. H ' pi ( SucccRSora to E. D. Webster. ) H 11 | ! Horses branded on left hip or left shoulder. I | J where on the animal. I ; I JOHN P. BLACK. H ; Pjj Breeder of Improved Sheep. ' I STOKES & TROTH. H 11 MMP Vaddress , Carrico , | ! TjR Hiiyes county. Neb. I P V9B KanKC : Hed Willow H | H i nb a creek , above Carrico. H H > 3E5Hl Stock branded as above H I | VhhwA1so run the following H | [ fi [ BnH tHorse brand , lazy ( / ) . L I ' \ EATON BROS. & CO. I M P- address , McCook , , Bi h Nebraska. Itange , south I H VkV Cattle branded on left ! HM ' Al60'10'5' A and B l jH I U brands on left hip. ' 3ft I'Horses branded the ISPHBp same on left 6houlder. If t. e. Mccracken , I The Insurance Ag't K McCOOK , NEBRASKA , H Ii prepared to write Policies on short notice H ...

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 — 26 May 1887

, -o . I " * I VOLUME V. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MAY 26 , 1887. NUMBER 32 ; ' J r ii/ioliiiTi I ; AT : GMSCHOWS I OLD RELIABLE I BOOT AND SHOE STORE ! I DO MOT MISS THIS | Great Reduction Sale ! I :0F : I J- COME ONE ! COME ALL ! - - - - - | II No cheap shoddy goods. Everything * | ordered direct ixonx Manufact- I nrers and guarantee them. I NG FRAUDULENT DRIVE ! I i am here to stay to "back all I say. Can give you I C BETTER BARGAINS IN BOOTS & SHOES I than ever offered "before. Will give pobloi IluUUuiIUli ? LeUSud B lliO ySSUyds * j Rush in with your dollars and get bargains. OPPOSITE U. S. LAND OFFICE. The First National Bank OF MCCOOK , NEBRASKA. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL , - $100,000.00. - , Paid up Capital , $50,000.00. ' OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS : , h GEO. HOCKNELL , PRESIDENT. B. M. FREES , VICE-PRESIDENT. F. L. BROWN , CASHIER A. CAMPBELL. R. O. PHILLIPS. r „ _ _ | ; " HRNRY PENNRR , j ? O DEALER IN O > OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Repair Work Done Prompt...

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 — 26 May 1887

H H H HJ HJI I THE TKIBUNEc " . - • 99 - - (9 ( f. ra. & e. in. KinufiELXi , Pub . I McCOOK NEB. , - - - . , I OVER THE STATE. I I THE LIVE STOCKIXTERRST. I I Lincoln special to ilio Omaha Herald : I There is a great deal of Inquiry respecting I tlio 'workings of the live stock sanitary 1 comniiHHion , especially in its enforcement 1 of the quarantine rules and the reception of stock nt points of entry in tho state on tlio different lines ot railroad. Few stock owners know anything about tho method of procedures and many importers learn nothing about it until they have to learn fl it by a vexations experience. fl There are eight well-regulated stations in Jj this state where there are inspectors regu- flj hirly employed for the purpose of seeing flj that no diseased stock crosses tho lino into Sj Nebraska. Wi The Burlington & Missouri port of entry i WA ' Pacilic Junction , whercDr. W. A. Thomas j/ | | | is the inspector. Tho stock onlerini ; over , j tho Union Pacific is in...

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 — 26 May 1887

B THE KAXSAS AXD US JOS PACIFIC. Mm Gould Quits the Latter JleeauseXol Sails/led H With Government as a Partner. H | New YoitK , May 10. When tho Pacific B Railway Commission got to work this M morning , Jay Gould resumed tho witness M stand and tho questions were continued by M Commissioner Anderson. Gould testified B that [ the provisions of the consolidated H | mortgngo trust was strictly complied with B- toy the trustee honds issued as therein proII Ito Tided. Gould was shown a transcript of H | k , transactions in consolidated honds furnished H Jr "by tho Union Pacific company , which W would seem to indicate that the trustees H had not followed the trust. Gould said B that was a Union Pacific account of which B -he knew nothing that the true way to get B at the matter was to examine B the accounts of the trustees B Icept hy Mr. Calef , who would B he glad to make the necessary B explanation. You will find that the ac- M counts of the trustees will balance with tho B .mortgage....

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 May 1887

I I Ffc Ulifo Fribnnc. II P. M. AND E. M. KIMMELL , I 1 Editors and Publishers. I OFFICIAL COtfNTY PAPER. I PROGRAM FOR DECORATION DAY. I Meet at Menard's Opera Hall at 1 o'clock , I P. M. sharp , M. T. " ( Music for the occasion will be supplied by tho Juvenile Band of McCook , led by Chas. H. Anderson , and singing by the Choir under ' the direction of C. P. liiuker ; words and music all new and written expressly for this occasion. Members of J. K. Barnes Post will take , seats on tho stage , other ex-soldiers will take tho first five rows , of seats in the middle division. Immediately in the rear of them will be seated the Knights of Pythias , who will dur ing tho exercises of the day act as guard of honor. , In the rear of K of P. will be seated othor organizations. The schools of McCook in charge qt Prof. Webster and teachers will take the southern division of seats. There will be 38 girls from the McCook schools , representing the 38 states , and they will assist the G. A. It....

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 May 1887

1 GATALOGUR Land and Legal Blanks , PUIIMfWi'I ) HV TJIK | TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. , * . L McCOOK , NEBRASKA . ' " LAND BLANKS. " OFFI0i | : TITM * OF III.AXK. I1V Till : IIV TIIK IIY THE NO. JOZ. FIFTV. IIUN'l ) . APPLICATIONS TO ENTER. 4 007 Homestcuil Law l. tcts. 40cts. $0.75 4-0Q9 Timber-Culture Law 15 40 75 AFFIDAVITS. 4-001 By Pre-emption Cliilmniit 15 40 75 4-OffiS Non-Mineral . " 10 : > 0 50 4-MH Hnmcstuud Entry 10 : t0 50 4-OG'i Comnititiitlon. Homestead 10 SO 50 4-070 Final. Homestcuil 15 40 75 4-072 Content. Ilomesteaii 15 40 75 4HG3 Timber-Culture. Entry 10 : S0 50 4-V.HJ Contest , Timber-Culture 15 40 75 NOTICES. 4-315 Contest. Homestead Law 10 Ml 50 4-316 Contest , Timber-Culture Law 10 30 50 4-317 For Publication 10 30 50 4-318 Intention to umko Final Proor. Homestead 10 30 50 4-340 Intention to make Final Proof. Pre-Emption 10 30 50 • PROOFS. 4-3f2 a HomestM.PreEmp. and Commutation Claimant. . 50 150 2 * i" 4-3CDb Houiesfd.Pre-Emp.andCommutation Witness. . . 50 15...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 May 1887

P ' ' - * M' .r ! . . . . . - .iirriTT , n , . , , „ , nt-Tfi .i , wi .ii- . . rh rt rf f THE M'COOK TRIBPKE | SUPPLEMENT. JF McCOOK , . . . . MEB | p PERSONS AND THINGS. R , The prince of Wales is president ol tjL am amateur photographicai association. ! & . - Bkn Hoganv the reformed pugilist , M m in Virginia City , New , where he is jk | Jteldisg a successful revival meeting. & Geoiige Washington' , as shown in m bronze on the sub-treasury step ? in & Wall street , has turned black in the K Jsec 1 The duke of Connmtght is said to bo K" the only member of the royal family 1" who really favors home rule for Ire- j * fend. 5s - " i r ; Rewiesestative Louis St. Makti.y , m New Orleans , is the only Creole in , > < eongress. He is a little , grizzled man ! • fCG. t * i il Chang ChixChlthe new Chinese ! „ minister , eats with chopsticks and de- ; mauds that boiUd rice be served on ' aju < * plates. * _ _ ; Miss Van Zandt , the prima donna. Sas been dangerously ill ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 May 1887

LbbbbbbbW H CHEROKEE AFFAIRS. B B Tfe * JjB < Uaa * jtattf i > jfin Op'mxmmI to any B CfttABse * is. Tfeefr Territory by B C BSr * ! Tb * Atlot- fl is * # t I'bsa. B A Uulft K/xtfc. Ark. . tnlttgram of K Agrit fcSF y > TJus AW York Harold , fays : B TW Cbj-roki-fogirtkiture k * now sitting B ac TlahJaquaft , . capitalef the nation , huvcr B tag : I > k oaJfad. ogtth > * r in extra , seate B s4c fey A&jfctoint anil Acting Chief fl Unaak. Ae ttaUt l "unrobing being Bk AftSt Ifii Tfcwrt * 3ti * fifty-eight memby Bt hm in. ho * ) * ho * * * * * * -igiitwa Msnators B5 34 Utcaf p pr Mntelv * nearly all of B * fe * B. ace taking part in the ilidf berap B tfc Mf. Tin * Hiouge f the prinofpal B thinl fetw ktnn. tuatl in j * int suasion. It K m < v tiy hritf. aifuply stating that in his B apfarfna pwMW iB * * r * ts iJ mamlcil a B gonial mK&H % hI vktt ) nfpnkiturtt and B wwgjja-IJM , ; that hgi&uti H of t ome sort B * * iIhmwiw ! anpwn try upon oertuiti matpc B ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 May 1887

1 " " "CASTLE DANGEROUS. 111 * fComfort Manhnll In Clilca o Ledtrer.l | | It wm a beautiful pair of curly , | i tawny-colored cubs that Col. Simon | H • Whitney brought homo with hira from | the Lm i of the Sun , where he had been | a resident as nitcd States consul for I . several years. I Les.ue.1 theso largo , playful cub-pup- I piea , Col. Whitney was accompanied m i his .ournoy homo by an additional I weight on his mind in the shape of his i . bright , laughing ward , Eva Loudon , an orphan left in his care by the dying K wishes of her parents , who , far away M from their sunny i nglish home , had bo- flj queath' their darling to the irentle , m kindly old man who attended them in m * their last sickness among strangers. m Eva was of half Spanish origin , and m possessed the lovely dark eyes of the H . fascinating women of that countrywith Oj | a singular combination of vivacitv , 1 , 1RI pirit , and gentleness If , in time , old I m Col. Whitney ' s pity for tho orphan bo- 91...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 May 1887

f fI I I Ify jfrfook fri6npt I THURSDAY , MAY 20 , 1887. Q i i * ? • | WATCHES. | - , | | " NDS. AT RETAIL AND WHOLESALE. * f , l , Mccracken , : o : JEAVELEll & ENGRAVER. CORNER NORTH OF P. 0. 1 JEWELRY. 1 - - IISILVERW'E.1 IF YOU WANT TO PAPER , PAIN r , OR DECORATE , THAT TIIE 1 Finest Line of Materials and ! ' Most Reasonable Figures ARE AT \ McMHiiiEN & Weeks. - - - ' " Local Intelligence. i = The Osborne Binders at Rinker's. E5 ? Chas. Noble , the leading grocer. "Cultivators at Rinker's from $16 to $37. 8ST"Neckwear of every description at The Famous. { gjIPPrices paralyzed at McCracken's Jewelry Store. l Nebraska City Breaking Plows at Ik C. P. Rinkers. ] Kb Nebraska and Kansas state maps for ' i Bale at this office. Hosiery and underwear in great varie- * ty-at The Famous. Blue Grass and Clover seed at W. C. LaTourette & Co. 's. The best gasoline stoves , you will find at C. D. Palmer's. E5F Eggs wanted at Chas. Noble's. The highest market price paid. f Take you...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 May 1887

IN THE DISTANT YEARS. \ "Wc met Inst In Utc distant rcarr , f t And purled , ne'er to meet ntruin ; My aching 03 cs were ( Wed with tears , My lieni t was sore wllh untold pain. Hut , though we parted lhut > for aye , A Hiiircrnij hope my heart vet holds. That we may meet again some day Ere death shall shroud us In his folds. Wc parled : 'twas the old , old war ; A tooell trusted Mend's deeelt Had taken each from each away , Both hoping never more to m ' eet. ' v He ttmuirlit that I was fal-e ; while I. • EuMiadowcd under falsehood's t spell , In anger paid a last good-by To hhn I once had loved so well. But now I know the truth at last I would I knew he knew the same , To come to me from out the past i And tell m I was not to blame. But , ah ! 'tis maybe all too late ; That ilay of joy may never dawn ; J can no more than watch and wait , And through the future years hope on. J. A. JI'Duttald , in Chambers's Journal. . Quite Cured. Major Henderson was Hie most obsti nate man imag...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 May 1887

II BROWN'S It IRON | | BITTERS If WILL CURE I ? HEADACHE I * INDIGESTION I BILIOUSNESS I DYSPEPSIA I NERVOUS PROSTRATION I MALARIA L. CHILLS and FEVERS TIRED FEELING \ B GENERAL DEBILITY P" * PAIN in the BACK & SIDES IMPURE BLOOD CONSTIPATION FEMALE INFIRMITIES RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA j KIDNEY AND LIVER , TROUBLES FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS ' i The Centime his Trade Mark and crossed Red i Lines on wrapper. TAKE NO OTHER. < &g . & ? . jig. jt u m- at4K. . LTDIAE. PINKHA3TS VEGETABLE • t O COMPOUND Is a Positive Cure VarFciuI * CcnpUIiU ami TTttlneiux M < aEuaoato nrlMttre uIipap > KUeB. It • will euro entirely tho worst form of Female Com plaints , all Ovarian troubles , Inflammation and Ul ceration , Falling and Displacements , and theconse quent Spinal wexknoss , and la particularly adapted to tho Chanco of Life. It will disEolvo and expel tumors from the Uterus in an oarly ctico of development. Tho tendency to cancer- • oua humors thcro is diocked very speedily by...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 May 1887

j tt toiiTi' . , , ! , rir-"Wi i inmn iimil , nm lt. .1 , . . . - w1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , m w s-- \r - , * . , i > * in „ * - * . . m E Bfl Blfe & SfftfeL aE H B BI BCkGI r Hh vI h BH'V ' ; | " f. l. Mccracken , i ajlj I The Jeweler. Him ' m FINE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. I R. DRYSDALE , oltflldlll ldll , B H McCOOK , NEBRASKA. I If Tdesireto inform the public IB .that I have received my stock BK of Spring and Summer Suit- Ill ings " , and that I. am prepared IB ! to do work in the merchant Iflf * ' tailoring line in a satisfactory IQf manner. I guarantee a nice fit BH in all cases. Call and he con- lf § | vinced. First door north of § § § Commercial Hotel , Main Ave. II t. e. Mccracken , II The Insurance Ag't I i | McCOOK , NEBRASKA , I JjSfj Is prepared to write Policies on short notice I itwM in the following standard , and old reliable H MM companies : I II _ German American , of New York. I ifi " * Commercial Union , of London. I H Hartford , of Hartford , Con...

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 — 2 June 1888

Kc Vft&J y i < C ; i K 1 vuT B. HP. I \M \ 3Nk ' Skr Vil 9il.lly lift , i ; " [ | illiV 'il ' if'JV ' 1 . . 11 - ite % - § ' % 'W 4 < l % * I ; : , IfV f * * J (0 rt ; 1 sJ ? r l " | lj- " -jin ' . gytotasg 1 : ? t JL # / A VOLUME VL MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY,4&s = g = &trl888. NUMBER 1. I 1 P * STERN'S | BIBCOCK & KELLET , P * • SOLE AGENTS. I Lots in this beautiful addi- lj - tion lyingwest of McCook , ft and overlooking" the city and I the [ Republican Valley , are p now on sale at our office , and t are selling rapidly. Gome I early and secure the finest t location for a residence in L the city. r IBIIiCla Easy Terms. p For full particulars , call at I our offices , over The Frees I & Hoeknell lumber office. l " BABCOCK & KELLEY. t BERNHEIMER E My Spring : styles are now all in , and l all who wish to he known as > I -Well Dressed Gentlemen M Will grive nie their order for their EV WW spring : clothing * . You v. ill readil...

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 — 2 June 1888

When jou an su I , I auk no mora K r Tho lavibci rfchtii I claimed beforo , When Bunriae giittertd on the seas , And duncin ; to the wooing breeze , 9 The laughius rippled kis ed tho shore. 9 Ihe morning slow of love is o'er ; 9 Oh. roay dreams we dreamt of yore ! 9 I do but ask the least of theae , B V/henjrou areaad. K Let the fresh darling 7011 adore , With joy's light footstep cross tho floor , But hear tbu last of uli my pleas , And shut for all but too the d.9 > r , When you are sad. B All the Year Round. A YARN FROM THE SEA. Hartford Timea. I We were well into the Gulf of Ben- sal , bound for Madras , when one morning , just as night was fading in- 9 to dawn. I thought 1 heard a voice B hailing us from the the surface of the B seaThere are sea birds which crj B out almost like human beings , and ; although 1 was startled by the hail , 3 dismissed it after a few seconds as the cry of a bird. Scarcely had I done B so when it came again , and this time B I knew it was the voi...

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 — 2 June 1888

) F CHARACTER sn Sustained for Many Yearn. man years to build up * but better proof of ckarac- . life speat lu rendering as- ojj inkukiud 1 Unquestlon- ; and If age is & lest ol e remedies of Dr. Radway ; abllthed in the estimation : ncre la a continued demand er years of use. How rcme- > ut dally , and ( or a brief i are exalted as a panacea flesh Is heir to. In a great medics are extensively ad- le proprietors thereof rely th of the patient In their i any curative powers which ere are Tcrj few propricta- li hare stood the test of time , en after beliie years before Is an Increased demaud. mber , perhaps the foremost , j the well-known ( name of i For years Dr. Itauway has In all cases of acute and use his world-renowned has done so by means of and pamphlets. There aro nedlcs , each one adapted to : complaints. Their curative : ome known to residents of he globe , while skilled chv- thc fact that tney coutalu iements. Who has not seen R. It , " br which Dr. Rati- t Is known ...

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 — 2 June 1888

E = # fnhnyt. H WKEN YQ > T YQKIMMELL. . Wben you nro f XKS9 and County Paper. H The laugh * H X10 ! , nJVOLUME SEVEN. H Oxi re m I j9i this issuo The McCook Trib- B filters upon tlie soyenth year of its H Jtence. In this connectionhowever , o tave nothing conventional or atereo- * t- * * M typed to state , more than that tho past may be taken as a safe guarantee of the future. We will be in the van as usual. The decrease in the public debt dur ing April was $9,300,000. Democracy says let the people rule ; yet their president is the greatest dic tator of the age. TnE Socialists are preparing to nom inate a national ticket , which will prob ably make seven in the field. T Make a memorandum of it now. The Chicago convention will be composed of S22 delegates ; 412 will nominate. When Sheridan dies the office dies with him. There will be no lieutenant general any more , and General Schofield will be the ranking officer of the army. The Nebraska State Sportsmen's as- sociation will ho...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 2 June 1888

t ' * 1 ' sbbMf I I ' : ' < fl iRfCnft ffikp. I * • • TI1U11SDAY. MAY 31 , 1888. i • ! I. /Our Sign Board to Bargains. 11 omtwr W" ? > AT--COST. lf-S To reduce stock for the next THIRTY Wf DAYS , I will sell If Wall Paper At Cost. H' I To any one raising chickens , I would St call attention to my m\ \ Nebraska Poultry Powder M- and EGa POWDER , which K j we guarantee. Also Condition Powder. IK ; - ' A full line of Base Ball goods , etc. fjl i A. McMILLEN , | i I McCookNeb. DRUGGIST. ; 1' ' , Sweet cider at the City Bakery. I I Noblo for superb hanging lamps. I * An entire stock of new clothing. r/5' ! L. Lowman & Son. [ J 5r KTDr. Hall's office , over First Na- ( fitM1 Another tumble in gold watches at S- McCracken's. Ll'K | 3"Fresh sausage at the B. & . M. [ fj : . Meat Market. I P | . Boys , buy one of those § 2.50 watches I k | at McCracken's. lII \ Quccnsware and glassware at Berry's 1 II Grocery House. HJjJn - Our line of visiting cards is always Hjftt\ elegant an...

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 — 2 June 1888

I THE M'COOX TRIBUNE. P. 31. KmniULI , , Publisher. B - - - , . _ - McCOOK , i NEB I ABOUT NEBRASKA. Nebraska's Name Abroad. Lincoln correspondence Omaha Bee : Governor Thayer has probably dono more during his term to make Nebraska B * known throughout tho union than any B- " of the executives who have previously I " filled tho position. Ho believes that Bf" Nebraska is one of tho greatest states in tho union , and that it should be known and recognized as such. It is in ac- cordauco with this idea that lie has ac- cepted an invitation to attend , with his Btaff , the opening of tho centennial ox- hibition in commemoration of tho set- tlement of tho Ohio valley and tho northwestern states in 1788 , and the m adoption of tho ordinance of 1847 for- r ever prohibiting slavery north of the thirty-sixth parallel in tho northwestern territory. All tho governors , and OS S' pecially those of tho northwest , have been urgently invited to be present , and Governor Tliayer desires Nebraska m-...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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