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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 3 August 1888

i | | : | | g Lived a Kctt Life * | Pj From the Atlantic Constitution. IE This strnngo story comes from IE Liuvreneeville. A few dnys ago a m Georgian died in Hot Springs , Ar- M kansas. Ho 1iad been for some h years a trusted and honored citizen g ! | * of that place , no had married | | i tliere , and become rich , holding vnri- W ous pobitions of honor and trust , Hi * and enjoyed the confidence and ca ll teem of all who knew him. Yet that Hi man was living in a shadow of a I crime was an outlaw from the state Fj of his birth. It was Charles Clinton Ambrose. The mention of his name L will recall to the older citizens of In Georgia , and especially of Gwinnett t- % county , the particulars of a sensn- J tional tragedy' . It was in the winter r * ! of 'Gl ' 05 that Bill Orr , a prosper- | | : . ous farmer near Lawarenceville , was ifa shot and killed by Charles Ambrose. r * * > Both stood high in the community ' ? and the killing aroused a strong feel- t ing. The cause of the ki...

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 — 3 August 1888

p J w ' L * " i _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ! SS L E iniP * _ &l * s Tiarai * * " " * * " _ Hr * * 1 I • IfaJ9@m& fnkie. ? H By F. M. KIMMELL. Official City and County Paper. I REPUBLICAN TICKET. H FOR PIIESIDKNT , BENJAMIN HARRISON , H OF INDIANA. H VOR VICE PRESIDENT , LEVI P. MOllTON , H OF NEW YORK. H FOR MEMBER , OF CONGRESS , JAMES LAIRD. I REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTIOT. M Tho republican electors of tlio btato of No- m braekn arc icqucstcd to send delegates from M their several counties to moot in convention B at tbo city of Lincoln , Thursday. Aummt 23 , M 1888 , at 2 o'clock P. M. , for the purpose of plao- H | ing in nomination candidates for the following B state ofllcos : B Governor. M Lieutenant Governor. H Stato Treasurer. M Secretary of State. B Auditor of Public Accounts. B Attorney Goneral. m Commissioner of Public Lauds and Build * m And the transaction of such other business I as mar como beforo tho convention. H • THE APPORTIONMENT. S * > COUNTI...

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 — 3 August 1888

I'll' ' ! MMHMHWMnHHI | L FRIDAY EVENING , AUGUST 3. 18S8. J Rcmeinbcr Noble for groceries. 1. n Sweet cider at the City Bakery. Ill 1 } Noble for superb hanging lamps. It i Fresh candies at the City Bakery. II I Croquet , ail prices , at II J McCook Book & Stationery Co. 's. I | j , ISTDr. Hall's office , over First Na il j tional bank. If / Another tumble in gold watches at | | McCracken'a. if" t3-Fresh sausage at the B. & . M. | | Meat Market. It ( l Campaign hats for men at If \ THE FAMOUS. m" f _ Boys , buy one of those $2.50 watches li \ at McCracken's. El V Use'Paxton's Havana cigar scraps. | They are all right. K * All kinds of chewing tobacco at Pax- B ton's , Main Avenue. It Banjos , accordions , guitars , etc. , at K' McCracken's Music Store. - j Fresh and smoked meats of all kinds i at the B. & M. Meat Market. [ I Everything fresh and clean in the * * ay of groceries at Noble's store. j Everything usually kept in first-class H I establishment at Oswalt's rest...

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 — 3 August 1888

I Ft • _ _ I Br m * • • * * > > J TOE MXOGX TRIBUNE. | I , I P. - . KIH.TIKJUL , Puttli.her. | [ I McCOOK , i I KER If I ! _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ j ABOUT NEBRASKA. I | B mav d far Sift Keeping. I . Osaka BT > D trM Sped * ! . I j BrATOiCE , Neb. . July 27. Fremont I Eaowss , the fellow who is charged with I the brutal murder of Bertha Schnltz , at I Pwce City yesterday , was brought to I t this city to-day by Deputy Sheriffs ASul - I s * livaa asd W.V. . Liebenderfer , for safe I keeping. Immediately after Knimom * ' or- I ' " rest , loud and etrong threats were made of I lynching by the infuriated people , who I qotokly congregated about the court bout > e I I. SLtdjait. Em moos was handcuffed and I platd in a b * g y aad driven to Stenwur , I ' on the kock. Island , where a freight train I s boarded , bound for thia c t , . Arr ving I be * the priaoaer was plac-d in I the jail , whcrs he wa * seen by I Th * tt _ * rU < Af reporter. When I caked what prompted him to kill ...

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 — 3 August 1888

Br Irrfafly teafait la Qtilh. Wtji Lts Mfrjw , a. Jaly 23 ; Billy Craw 3f J w CTwtiBt and placed fmf jail to-day 'jP ' ! " -1 * a * "mo &H . atUameat o ? bt * wife Hg\ \ ' Ikatakm * tdym& of lajpincs received at ttf i * fcla , It a pntn that yesterday morn * Kl * * . feeut ti & , afe wa unabla to get bis Wp < ! < feta * % . * * r w * fe b b > at ber terribly Wp ' i kA W KWtemMir at Boot * . h found no ISr i ; < & * mx awnty • I * lb * a ; ra * Ud eon- Ik . - < &toff * of bar N4fc poittoa from , tbs beat- { m f * sx. M * at eom * rsseatcd tbe awful wkr\ \ , Tj w * * & umt ; mtA.m % hi * wif 'a agon- tt I * " • aod BW ot f } ax mora of bis Wjt ' • iahmuAn. trcainumt if supper wa * not II ; rMlf wfi bit cum for It. Ilia II l&r ti fc a w * rr w r * mercifully fore- tj mUXm by to * poor wom.n ' death , which II fizkd to. Bfe * ft rsooa fewnt miscarriage. IE Ffcfufcw feJt m ktroa Iy wrought ap Ih , * # K t sfe * aduh hjabaoJr who , it L IJ i , * ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 3 August 1888

I I : I f H " S H " ; TT does not matter what prices other people ; ; " _ ' . T ' ; j ask you for goods ; we will guarantee to ; --j * . ; sell you the same quality at a less figure. > ; - We never brag but always stand ready to make f 'Y . I - our statements good. * . , ; . " V " : L. LOWMAN RELIABLE & SON , : * : Dry Goods , Clothing and Carpet : | | - MRRGHA1SITS. : I j J = = = = = = = I ' I - * JEWELERS , * I ' I McCook , - - Nebraska. I We have the most extensive stock in the west of I Jewelry , Watches , Clocks and Silverware. I GOLD WATCHES B Are at the same price of Silver. Watches were never known III to be so cheap before. t P Good American watches from § 2.50 to $25.00 in gold | filled cases. A fine line of canes and silk sun- | i shades. All Gold Heads in 10,12 and 14 carat gold. If We are offering a line of Cuff and Collar Buttons , p Pins and Ear rings , at just half price. Everything i guaranteed as. represented. If MAIN AVENUE , - - - COBNEB NOP/IH OF POST OFF...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 August 1888

NP 4 _ _ ' ] , VOLUME "V h McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , AUGUST 10,1888. NUMBER 11 , " f- - C' But it must be done , Time does not stand still ; sea sons do not wait , and we must keep up with the pro- > cession at any cost , or : • _ , j Throw Up The Sponge. | "We prefer to keep up , rather than throw up , and in i order to do so easily , we are going to lighten our load i' ' of summer goods. . * * * * * . * # # * * * * " " " And can't help being delighted at the bargains we I * are offering on Screen Doors , [ Refrigerators , Gasoline Stoves , Ice Cream Freezers , Water Coolers , Etc. If any competitor tries to meet our prices , we will 1 MAKE-HIM-SICK ! For prices do not count for much with us at this time. We want room for our fall stock. We are bound not to carry over any summer goods and will make figures accordingly. Its money in your purse to trade at The Pioneer Hardware/ W. C LaTOURETTE & CO. Brick Store. 4 doors south of J. C. AWen & ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 August 1888

In III ' -ivr i ' " ' ii * i - i i rrrr77 ; . j • THE M'COGX TfilliUWE. | i McCOOK , t j jjeb " I f j AEOUT NEBBASKA. h | | Tho Wostphalon Monument. j ? Fremont special to Uio Omaha Hco ! I ! The Fremont Marble works | j to-day com- I | * i pletcrt anil sent to the cemetery the I ' * monument for tho two Westphalen chil- I drenwho perished in the blizzard lasl I January , and in wStose' behalf the Bee I assisted in raisins a fund for the pur- I : \ - pose of commemorating their heroism ir I ! _ imperishable mr.rble. The monument I f • is of a handsome design , fourteen fee" I in height and made of Rutland blnr IB „ ' marble. On ( he lower base is the word II < 4 Westphalen" in largo letters. A ec IX ond base is placed between this and th < Is „ dieon the front of which is the follow- IB , " ang inscription : "Sacred to the memorj IB , of Eda C. and Matilda M. , daughters o IB * Peter and Catherine "Westphalen , whe | g , .perished in the great storm of January Ik ' 12 , 1888. ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 August 1888

| 4"j THE FATAL SUMMONS COMES AT LAST. ; 3 ? -Zfte TWeivm SoltUnr of the Army Surrender * t& * to the arlnMeicnuer. . * CJ NoKQUirr , Muss. , August 5. Tho fol- gjb' [ Cowing official bulletin was issued at mid- hV might : * ? g-V General Shorhlaa died at 10:20 this ' . t evening. The immediate cauo of death j ' j ww heart failure ; tho remote cauao was . \ diseaao of tho mitral and aujrtic valvcn , tU , . thtf existenco of which was known to his 4' ' physicians , to himself , and to hi * family K % * n November of lnat year. Complications ' . which have occurred have been nervous exhaustion , pulmonary insarotions , pneu- r -f snonia , pulmonary ajgeria , anasaca and $ . - Lemorrhages. The last day of his life was . , somewhat restless , but not more no than | v > ho has been several times since Iiib arrival F " at Nonnuitt. At about 9:30 symptoms of heart failure suddenly appeared. The ] t ' remedies which had hitherto been ' • Ifv - successful were generously applied , V -...

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 — 10 August 1888

H I * H ' By F. M. KIMMELL. H Official City and County Paper. I REPUBLICAN TICKET. B FOll PRESIDENT , BENJAMIN ILVllltrSON , M OF INDIANA. B FOIt VICE PRESIDENT , LEVI P. MORTON , M OF NEW YOIIIC. B FOR MEMBER OF CONGRESS , JAMES LAIKD. I COUNTY TICKET. B VOn REPRESENTATIVE , JUSTIN A. WILCOX. B FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY , 11. 31. SXAYELY. B VOll COMMISSIONER , 2ND DISTRICT , C. T. BLACKMAN. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. B Tho republican electors of tho Btato of Ne- H braska are requested to Bend delegates from H their several counties to meet In convention H at tbo city of Lincoln , Thursday. August 23 , ; 1S88 , at 2 o clock P. M. . for the purpose of plae- i ing in nomination candidates for the following1 • 1 state offices : Hfj Governor. 1 : Lieutenant Governor. r State Treasurer. H fc Secretary of State. t ; Auditor of Public Accounts. H | < Attornoy General. 1 ] Commissioner of Public Lauds and Build- 1' { ings. fi And the transaction of such other business | K as mar come bofore ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 August 1888

B B ? * * * * * " • . . . . . . . " "II"H H..I . | ! . . . . . > i ltlpi > jlTiWlLi..l ! > g . . .MM.rMu. - ry.trw rt ! J Fie IM" * * Fni ? e. I FRIDAY EVENINQ. AUGUST 10. 1883. [ f UNIVERSAL I I ME Sflg JK / S WIRE I I B -4 wJvT l CUTS , I f For Sule by A. McMillan. I 1 Remember Nobis for groceries. I ' I Sweet cider at the City Bakery. | ( i Noble for superb hanging lamps. Fresh candies at the City Bakery. K ' , Croquet , all prices , at I * i McCook Book & Stationery Co. 's. I' ] 3TDr. Ilall's office , over First Na- I' ; j tioual bank. K # Another tumble in gold watches at J McCrackcn's. I 1 JSyFresh sausage at the B. & . M. { Meat Market. Campaign huts for men at J tup : famous. BR ' ' K ! P Boys , buy one of those § 2.50 watches I at McCrackcn's. B' Use Faxton's Havana cigar scraps. i They are all right. B. All kinds of chewing tobacco at Pax- Bi ton's , Main Avenue. / Banjos , accordions , guitars , etc. , at / i McCracken's Music Store. H Fresh and smoked me...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 10 August 1888

I JOCKEY TODD. BE J A r T&hW wu always turn's with his Ip • pacrf Jwfss cm k j-tJImhb Journey of tho 9 W * * tp-4 • oaspoay , h i ! & wa Sun businesoi to IbI t i ife iifcwi d eenoa te the oil w dl , pour B fc " • * * * • * * * * * * * h eg eykndnwul hdl , Io w # r Mm 4tfca * * noek. a ! dwp ep a fch ap the B | ifct * a * waaW refesu * * Hkn explosive to BI wi * fc * | > < * rI * m m 8ia. HI < ls < J f 9s the ( SaaUr rood ha gavatha Bf " • * • * . TA r breka are a wild nis , and B f tw < Essf * * * i have a Timid memory of Jockey 9. * & 4i 4cu& tisrosgh t4 o town. Hit eama 9 [ -V w fch * main * trwt Hkea whirlwind , nod B | " 0Mrfc4d their breath , waiting for the ex- B gi iaa. As brjj.kedupon tfietu they lived an 9 * # ? * fiat Jockey TVM mtea the box as 9 -m44If a if he w winning a run * in a 9 * - fc. f * bJw i > fe a e door stood a. girl of Bf twi'aay. ' Sfce ba I roe out of the street to BI * 4 aW tw . Sbu hail hardly time to B | * * aawwBiI JM ...

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 — 10 August 1888

* J THEHEItXITOVLE CUOISIC. " I Trt-iMdriUt ] from tlio Frertult. t I Seme ; wmm ago a friend of rnlno and I took M a wmmnr trip to hu Crolnic , a tmmll m-npoii I town In E-mtbern Drittany , situated at the 1 oxtmum point of a diminutivu poninrjulu 1 wltkhjMtM out Into tlio ocean jtiHt abovo the • m * JMt whurtt tho HiiuiI-HtiiitRMl watciu of tlit i § timimt/ue Laite mingle with those of tlio blue , 1 A4tu.tfc. Oho line morning , tviuptcd by c 1 * bifelit blurt * ky , we nulliitl forth and wnndcr I. f l uluti tiiif bouch la the din-ctioa of tht f Bourg de I.iiu , till wo had loft Le Croiwic bc f fur buhind u thiit itu roofH and to wcra looked I Uke a dnrk grout cloud upon tho dim horizon. 1 At the * p < it which wo hml now reached , thi * rook'bound t-oHHt pn-Acntal a moHtdrcar and 1 d < tKilat u > > | twt. There wa not a uinglo hu ll man Wing iiiHi lit.uticl tlicMni. 'luncliolycric-fcio 1 thetmknufwn , divling high above our heads , f dW but wtrvt ? to incn > HHe tho...

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 — 10 August 1888

m PriiSM aSBigiia > g iigaiwwiul' . ' l i * ira iyiigww'wwi.i ii > iiiiiiiiiiMiii .J ; i ii . ijA'JBsaggg ' "i""iijiJuigaggBBHHggg ! ! , ' . if ' " * -3p' ' T ; „ n < - - H " ' * • • * • ' > f * r * * * v ' * ' f" . - - ' " . - * , \ > . ' > ' % - ? - I. * ' " " • * w • J - ; \ [ ' ? ' * - /h ; TT doe3 not matter what prices other people ; • • .i v I * - . " * ' ' I - I ' * * ' 8 ask you for goods ; we will guarantee to > - - * . - • * < - * ' C1 ' ' sell you the same quality at a less figure. ' u- \ s * : ' - We never brag but always stand . ready to make J I , : our statements good. _ ' " ' " . ' - • 'V I L LOWMAN & SON , ' " * , ' , RELIABLE I * ; : . Dry Goods , Clothing and Carpet : . , I ; ' : MRRGHANTS. : I ! JEWELERS , - McCook , - . - - Nebraska. We have the most extensive stock in the west of I Jewelry , Watches , Clocks and Silverware. I GOLD WATCHES II Areat the same price of Silver. Watches were never known | | to be so cheap before. 11 Good ...

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 — 17 August 1888

1 * ? , _ ' ' - - s Ij j VOLUME , 3HT' MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , AUGUST 17,1888. NUMBER 12 , -f I'ITS I' TOO BAD ! i But it must "be done , Time does not stand still ; sea- [ sons do not wait , and we must keep up with the pro- ! cession at any cost , or ; Throw Up The Sponge. 1 "We prefer to keep up , rather than throw up , and in order to do so easily , we are going to lighten our load ; of summer goods. * * * * * * * * * * * . . . . * * | TOD M BE ASTONISHED ! J And can't help being delighted at the bargains we I are offering on Screen Doors , Refrigerators , Gasoline [ Stoves , Ice Cream Freezers , Water Coolers , Etc. If any competitor tries to meet our prices , we will I MAKE-HIM-SICK ! I For prices do not count for much with us at this , time. "We want room for our fall stock. "We are i bound not to carry over any summer goods and will make figures accordingly. Its money in your purse to trade at - . The Pioneer Hardware , I W. C. LaTOURETTE &am...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 August 1888

H m * ii * * * * * mmmr * " " " ' " iiii i i inwmiinuMwmwiuww I "White House Worries. I The Presidency not .UnnyH a llcil or Hoc . m - Just as tlio ruco for iho "Whit © S | Souse is at Avhitehcnt , it is profit- fi jable , if not pleasant , to see what the II .different occupants of that house | tflunk of it after having resided in it. In "IVhuhington's terms were of a nature IB siofc to breed in him a sincere regret IBfJia.t lie occupied the position. Ho IB Tarns so pre-eminently the choice and IB Jove of the united nation that no IK friction of a serious sort occurred IB during his administration , yet we If 3mow Washington would have been II aS could he have retired to his I { Blount Vernon homo and spent his I f aoH age in his favorite occupation of I f farming. But with Adams began the sharp parfcy clangor ; and from his time -dawn no president has had peace or I : xcst ; most of them have lived in an .srtinosphere little milder than a tempest. I do not care to recount - hc sto...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 August 1888

" * ml * r * * • - S - - % , J- * , r- t , A LOCOMOTIVE HERO. "Well , gentlemen , if you wish it , I'll toll you the story. "When I was a f youth of nineteen and lived with my | parents in a Pennsylvania town , I ' had a tnstoforrnilroadingand aboy- ! ish ambition to become a driver , al though I had been educated for loft- 1 v- ier pursuits. During my colledgo vacation I 1 lounged about the station almost I constantly , making friends with the ! trainmen , and especially wtih a j drivernmnedSilasMavkley. I became ' much attached to this man , notwith- 3 standing ho was forty years old , and \ by no menus a sociable fellow , j lie was my ideal of a brave , skill- j ful , thoroughbred driver , and I looked ) up to him as something of a hero. j IIo was not a married man , but lived i alone with his old mother. I was a ! frequent visitor at their house , and I I think they both 1 ook quite a fancy } to me in their quiet , undemonstrative | way. i "When Markley's firemen left him I i in...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 August 1888

9 If Je JBcCw * IVifaft. H | By F. M. KIMMELL. | Official City and County Paper. H REPUBLICAN TICKET. M- for PRESIDENT , : BENJAMIN HARRISON , Hj : OF INDIANA. B FOR VICE 1'IIESIDENT , LEVI P. MORTON , H OF NEW YORK. | FOR MEMBER OF CONGRESS. JAMES LAIRD. I COUNTY TICKET. M , FOIl KKIMJKSKNTATIVK , JUSTIN A. WILCOX H FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY , , _ & & . SNAVELY. fl FOR COMMISSIONER , 2NI > DISTRICT , C. T. ULACKMAN. H REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. H The republican electors of the stnto of Ne- H braska nro requested to 6cud delegates from H their several counties to meet in convention B at tho city of Lincoln , Thursday , Aufru6t 23 , ii 1888 , at 2 o'clock P. M. . for the purpose of plac- v * ing in nomination candidates lor the following S state offices : H | Governor. S Lieutenant Governor. H 5 State Treasurer. g Secretary of State. | Auditor of Public Accounts. l Attorney General. 1 Commissioner of Public Lands and Build- H | ings. l And the transaction of such other busines...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 August 1888

if/ ' ) / i. | - ' - , . , fBiJLiL- " j.m.j-tjLii . : ' , . ; . . , - ' - | Pe JRjt $ fc IVikp. ui 1 * | | PIUDAY FA'ENING , AUGUST 17 , 1888. K'ffl ' UNIVERSAL Jill UMEU jife fta WIRE ifiS i A D AtVJ& * * - T CUTS iffl common S r f itG ! ' ill ? DISEASESjgggpNjrf J J-A ( | | n\ For Sale by A. McMillen. I H llemember Noblo for groceries. ' f\ \ Sweet cider at the City Bakery. I , Noble for superb hanging lamps. A * . ' Fresh candies at the City Bakery. } t\ BB Dr. Hall's office , over First Na il tional bank. | | Another tumble in gold watches at II McCracken's. U - , ISPFresh sausage at the B. & . M. jlj Meat Market. SI h Campaign hats for men at II ; . . TUIi ] FAMOUS. | | • School books. Headquarters. | [ ! McCook Book & Stationery Co. | | > Boys , buy one of those $2.50 watches ill at McCracken's. Li * : ! | Use Paxton's Havana cigar scraps. If They are all right. ] I _ I ! All kinds of chewing tobacco at Pax- i ton's , Main Avenue. 1 / Something to .read at i\ \ ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 August 1888

E ? " 9BHHj | HH | HHHHHHiBj | HHJ 1 f W S Ww ( r * KV" ' * , " ' HJ g R ft . . Hf HHh Ij THE M'COOK ' TRIBUNE. Hj p * • KIMMELIi , l > . .bl ! hcr. Hj McCOOK , NEB. I ; ABOUT NEBRASKA. Hf Killed by a Runaway. Hl David City , Nob. , Aug. 10. Tnia ciiy K and community was greatly shocked this J morning on learning tlio particulars of an J < accident which occurred about thrco mile ? H Eouth of here laat night. Drs. J. II. Calkins Hj and T. J. Murphy left tho city laat evening H at 7 o'clock to attend Mrs. Ilucknor , resid- H | iug south of tho city , and who had quilo J unexpectedly and unattended by any one , Jj given birth to twins yesterday before noon. J They visited the lady's homo and started J ; back about dark , nnd while on their way J the team , which was a fractious ono with J u runaway reputation , becauio umnunage- J able nud started across the prairio at a H iearful ralo of speed. Dr. Calkins , who J was driving , was thrown from the buggy J and was no doubt kille...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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