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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 August 1888

flVA J fjM | \ 11 J SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES ijlff * Hyuopiilti of Vt'orrfiUuim In the Semite ami ill //iim of ltri > rvrnt < ttlrr * . I if vJKNATn. Jn tiio soniito on tlio Htli , the M "Chinese prohibition bill was passed with K | < > ut division. The bill provides that fron. ' ! / ami nftor tho dato of tho exeliango of j j ratifications of tho pending treaty be tween the United States and his imper ial majesty , tho emperor of China , signed v tho 12th of March , 1888 , it shall bo un- i I \ lawful for any Chinese person , whether : ; i'a ' subject of China or any other power , ll to enter the "United States , except as in If Iho bill provided. Tho senate then pro- ; ; -coed to tho consideration of tho fisheries ! treaty in open oxecutivo session , and was j | addressed by Evarts in opposition. i Hodse. In tho Iioubo on tho 8th a \ resolution appropriating § 5,000 for ex- penses of tho committeo on manufac- tures investigating tho trusts was adopted after a...

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 — 17 August 1888

9 I 9 • ' H * ' ' * m\ \ , . _ - _ _ _ H * i 1 H " * " < TT does7not * inatter what prices other people ; / B I , ' X you or S00 8' we w l guarantee to ; H " \ sell you the same quality at a less figure. - . . : We never brag but always stand'ready to make I , : , our statements good. L. LOWMAN & SON , . - • RELIABLE 9 I .Diy Goods. Clothing and Carpet : I MRRGHANTS. H - I - 9 I - * JEWELERS , - I McCook , - - Nebraska. I We have the most extensive stock in the west of I Jewelry , Watches , Clocks and Silverware. I ! GOLD WATCHES I I Areat the same price of Silver. Watches were never known I f to be so cheap before. H s. • ' = = z B - - I * . \ Good American watches from $2.50 to $25.00 m gold ; filled cases. A fine line of canes and silk sun- ' shades. All Gold Heads in 10,12 and 14 carat gold. We are offering a line of Cuff and Collar Buttons , Pins and Ear rings , at just half price. Everything guaranteed as represented. I vatv AVENUE. - - - C011NEU N011T1I OF POST OFFICE....

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 August 1888

lB " * * MF ° * I YOLOM'E ' Vn. McCOOK , RED WILLOW' COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , AUGUST 24 , 1888. NUMBER 13 , * I IT'S ' TOO BAD ! 1 Bnt It Mittet h& diiev Time does not stand still ; sea- 1 &tm& da wot wait , , and we must keep up Tvith the pro | 2 * _ § ! # at arivr aflet , or J _ irow Up The Sponge. m Wo fusafiar t feu p rap , rather than throw up , and in 3 msfar fa * ok * s # # eeiilyr we are going to lighten our load fl # stfeMUH r3i < sciI& 1 lull hIIii ! M nullJlilullIjlJ ! ; I Am. a * * t hkp fodiiftg delighted at the bargains we \ I jmrmtimzimg • & J&srattM. Doors , Refrigerators , Gasoline j SImm * Ito * C&mm Froesecs , Water Coolers , Etc. If mm * iwi nifitft r feeto ? k > meet our prices , we will 1' 1 MAKE--HIM--SICK ! . - > .j Slwr p&Seos I * art eiwirtt for much with us at tills giiu. W # manMMa. . © r our fall stock. We are KiiMMliwt lp. a rr < warajiir summer goods and will - Mmtoti&m&naiti > zMmgly. ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 August 1888

m \ * I I 1 THE M'COCX TRIBUNE. m P. X KlJOf KL3U Publisher. 3 UcCOOK. J J NEB if " * ' - IM > " . ABOUT NEBEASKA. An Aff a | ( Charity. To the Editor of the Bee : In your l t * r of Friday you call attention to the mSSmng condition of some sixty fanii- I lie * ux Keya Paha county andinapor- j t m of Cherry county , and suggest that tin governor designate the cliaunel through which contributions might bo xmultf for thair relief. 1 have received a communication from • T. K. Evans , chairman of a relief com- xutt g , and D. T. Garden , secretary , of X M iftB , K ya Palia county , appealing f * r & # { . i"ho condition of these fumi- hta in deplorable. The hail storm de- | * ir * y d ovary vutitige of their crop. Tkqy ai t * l to me to furnish aid from I ibe bitite , but that , of course , is not in | i y power to render , but in their behalf f I appeal to the charitable public to make fc ch contributions as they feel able to pive. The call is urgent , and I hope it * will be H...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 August 1888

r • i jSt- ' " THE STEAMSHIP GEISER LOST AT SEA 'SS * ' ' * " "wrlFotl M" > f ! men In Collision tr. ' / / { Sgf > " " ' 'lliliivi'tttlu with Itliiitiroii * Jlftiti'n. iSP' 'Nkw Yobk a"S10. . Tbo steamer Wei sHpl land , of tho Hamburg-American atcanishit jEpt Ihic , has just brought news of a collisiot life * ' ° fl Sable Island between the Gcisorund | ir ' Thingvalla , qf the Thingvalla line , whlcl ! * • - occurred at 4 o'clock on the morn igjt. ing of August 14. The Geiser nanl 1EL * * in fire minutes after tbo collision , iW- and 105 persons were drowned. TLi 'ffls-i ' Thingvalla was so disabled that she bad tc - , • JN r v cput into Halifax after transferring all bei iSfe , * ipassengera. iBfclf- TIj8 Geiser bad eighty-sir passengen K aboard , seventy-two ofwhom wen jHff ? -drowned or killed in the collision , and Kg" fourteen were taken first on tbeTbingTalls BPC -and then on the Wieland. Tbo Geiser'i BE * . < rew numbered fifty ; seTenteen were saved Hp • -and thirty...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 August 1888

P By.F. M. KIMMELL. Official City and County Paper. REPUBLICAN .TICKET ! NATIONAL. For President. • • BENJAMIN HAUUISON , of Indiana. I , For Vice President , . I LEVI P. MOltTON , i of New York. CONGRESSIONAL. s For Member of Congress , < I JAMF.S LAIUD. - I STATE. * • > For Governor. JOHN M. THAYEK. f For Lieutenant Governor. \ GEOUGE D. ilEIKLEJOHN. \ For Secretary of State , [ GILBEKT L. LAWS. r For State Treasurer. J. E. HILL. For Attorney General , WILLIAM LiESE. For State Auditor. 4 THOMAS H. KENTON. 2 For Superintendent of Public Instruction , I GEOUGE B. LANE. Commissioner Public Lands and Buildings , JOHN STEEN. COUNTY. For Representative. JUSTIN A. WILCOX. For County Attorney , It JL SNAVELY. For Commissioner. 2nd District , C. T. BLACKMAN. Republican Senatorial Convention. The Republican electors of tbe twentyninth senatorial district of Nebraska are requested to send delegates from their several counties to meet in convention at the city of McCook , Thursday , Sep...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 August 1888

l ' FIIIDAY EVENING , AUGUST U. 18S8. * RV Stationery. School Supplie * . • # jfc . SCHOOL BOOKS | | * THE TRIBUNE OFFICE Jb AT PUBLISHERS' PRICES. Rgb Blank Hooks. Legal Blanks. | E | lleniember Noble for groceries. HK- Sweet cider at the City Bakery. Be Noble for superb hanging lamps. \Wab \ Fresh candies at the City Baker } ' . K 23 Dr. Hall's office , over First Na- Hf-- tional bank. tm Another tumble in gold watches at KXi McCracken's. fL * E5F"Fresh sausage at the B. & . M. p. / Meat Market. ! p " * School books. Headquarters. | | McCook Book & Stationery Co. Bp * . Boys , buy one of those $2. 50 watches _ Bak at McCracken's. Hpf Use Paxton's Havana cigar scraps. rasT They are all right. gj- _ . All kinds of chewing tobacco at Pax- Ep. ton's , Main Avenue. Hfe- . Something to read at If-- McCook Book & Stationery Co. ' s. m& . Banjos , accordions , guitars , etc. , at p \ McCracken's Music Store. MEL. Fresh and smoked meats of all kinds K at the B. & M. Mea...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 August 1888

HH r . 9Ki * " T 5 r - > ic t * " * 11 Tti GM dfimes7 B Farmer Blewitt was a little , dried m B3r irascible man , and he used to ft vwear * red comforter around his m soN-dfcnBilTcd flannel ear Inppers on f SppJcjgjIjatT\-beaLe went to meet- f jMgTK. tic-winter llo was always srt2yto argue that tliese modern offices wore awfully bad , and that the rppdald limes of a hundred years | ago wrc just right. He would decry u5sxr& xm.smd. improvement and say * &a tlfce "world would bo better with- warBtS-tfesa * He took a newspaper on E3HErga8 io count the murders re- < saartJe&in.it and tell how bad the -tanorJd&ad grown. He would stand : sr c rs a corner in the village A sod Detail ins deductions on the pres- T2 Bta ; d Ills'regrets ' for the past. Osetlay lie liad whipped the minis- Serraaa mnent , and as he had had " 32cs5 dinner and the minister had gone H - tsaywadand the women were at i -'crodem the kitchen , he tipped back * Is Tus chair , drew a red silk handk...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 August 1888

H Hi - WWWW WWMWMMBMiri l ll Tr mi I II If . FITZHERBERT. Hilt' ' Rs Jy naino is John Smith plain | H Smith , without change or addition WTm ofvowol und Iwiw in no way dis- i > oontw.ictl wSLIi it till I fell in lovo H I with ICntie Rogcrn. Katie had novor HI t sneered at it , but her elder sister , Kl Mimiidn , lind more than once hinted Sf ; , that it was neither romantic nor un- B lit common ; and her father , in his some- H I. wlmtlengthy discourses about the B British aristocracy , had an aggra- H ( " voting way of looking apologetically B at mo every time he spoke of "agood B name. " B In our commercial community B Smith was counted abetter name B than llogors , and young Smith , the B rising cotton-broker , a more distin- H i guished member of society than old B KogerH , ex-captain of dragoons , who B could scarcely pay his thirty-pound B } rent , and never wore a decent hat. B I quite agreed with my neighbors B on these points till I fell in love with B Katie , and grew f...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 August 1888

_ r * rs ? ! , ? ? ? ! _ ? _ _ _ , jfc . - " . X' K ' * r T" ' Z. - - - ' i .iLM JLii > " | i' I'nj i i ini " ' ' ' * WWH _ * _ _ _ . , _ _ , . _ . . , . , v , . . _ , . . . , , - * ( r ' " _ , * kJ I _ _ HHHSsK " & HE * - ' * * • • % _ * > • • • * . _ - • _ _ _ k ' B | HE K ? rrnrr ' n lJr ' ' • * ' . , • ' _ II Ut -----A - - - - - - _ - - - - _ _ _ _ * _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ A _ _ _ _ _ _ . . - ' - ' I' I ; TT does not matter what prices other people ; ; lf s . I ; I ask you for goods ; we will guarantee to > • ' - \ _ B k > . - * sell you the same quality at a less figure. " ; . I ' • J We never brag but always stand ready to make , ' I : our statements good. . : I ff- i L. LOWMAN & SON , _ * 1 RELIABLE . ! ' ' _ _ _ I * : Dry Goods , Clothing and Carpet : I : MRRGHANTS. : r . ' < • t IB I I - - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . . F. li. MsGraolteii & 13ro. , - * JEWELERS , - Nebraska. McCook , - - = = We have the most extensive stock in the west of Jewe...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 August 1888

_ _ _ _ _ _ H' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ' J et5ril ' Hl. : lit . . " . . . m III uj i : ® fje ' & Jttc 00En Sfrtbttttc * - 1 _ _ , > , • • 1 I VOLUME 3TII McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , AUGUST 31 , 1888. NUMBER 14. I Great Guns ! R As the slKDoting season is now at hand , we desire H to eall the attention of sportsmen to the fact that m we feare Just opened up the largest and most com- H plete line of | IDT CMSll AMMUNITION , Bver Brought to this County. _ _ > * K ' . Tg - i l l ' i i i i ' H . * - * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * I WE HAVE I IkmMe Barrel Breech Loaders , from - - § 12.00 to $35.00 I SSagte * * u u 4.50 to 15.00 I B * bfc Barrel Muzzle * * " - 7.00 to 15.00 1 SSagte * tt u * - - 3.50 to 25.00 ' • * * * * H * Ofcrstuwsk of Gmi Implements , Brass and Paper I S&effie fe complete , and in addition , we carry an m immza&z stock of Chamberlain Loaded Shotgun Sfeelfer poa whieh we can make special figures. I W&ea me&Mnig anything in th...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 August 1888

BE. * * - M M THE M'COCg TRIBDKE. IS F. IK. KIMJHELZ PwblUker. IS VcCOOC , x : NEB. 191 . ' - . 1999 * • * | | ABOUT NEBBASKA. IpJ That Indian Scars. Ill GT. . Gollycuddy , who up to a year Is I ago served in the capacity of Indian If ; agent and was held in high esteem by If reason of his thorough knowledge of Eg the nature of the rod man , was at the I [ Paxton yesterday. Speaking of the sen- I [ sational report sent out by the asso- II a ciuted press of the Sioux going on the If. war-path , Mr. Gullycuddy said he did If n t beliave the Sioux had any "bad II ' - heart" intentions whatevor. Hewasin- El \ olined to attribute the scare and ropor.t | [ to tfie fact of some of the young It ! buck * * trying to gut up n , war dauco It purely for the purpose of having some | | I > ort. "It in very probable , " ' snid he , If "tk t fearing the intervention of their IL ageute , the bucks had begun preparing 11" ; for the festivities in a quiet or seoretivc I | " | way and had been found...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 August 1888

I : A DISASTROUS COLLISION IN A FOG. HI ftco Ship * Como Together , and One t Sunh HL in J'lro Minute * . UK "Qkx FjiANOlKfo , Aug. 22. Ono of the B cuost tcrriblo marine dlMslcr. ? thnt cvor oc > H 'currcd on the Pacific coast happened on the Day of San Francisco , a abort H 'distanco from tho Golden Gate Kr 'at 10 o'clock this morning. Tho stcamei City of Chester left her dock I -hero at 0:30 and started on her H -rogular trip to Emcna , on tho northern H J < coast of California. An unusually largo mumbcr of passengers stood on her decks , H j -and waved adieu to friouds standing on the "wharf. The Chester steamed slowly down H' 'tho bay , and whon within two miles H -of tho heads encountered a thick H -fog , so peculiar to that locality. Captain B Wallace , of tho City of Chester , began H blowing his steamer's wbistlo to warn all H "vessels of his approach. Tho Chester pro- H * ceedcd cautiously on her way , when tho Ha Jioarse sound of another whistle floated Hi across th...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 August 1888

If | W * HcCrofc BVffltqp. H | By F. M. KIMMELL. I [ Official City and County Paper. H | REPUBLICAN TICKET. H ; NATIONAL. ' For President , H DENJAMIN HAUlilSON , H or Indlimn. | For Vice President , H LEVI P. MOUTON , H of Now York. H CONGRESSIONAL. H > H For Member of Congress , I JAMES LAIUD. H | STATE. H For Governor , H j JOHN M. THAYER. H j For Lieutenant Governor. H GEORGE D. MEIKLEJOHN. H ' For Secretary of State , H J GILBERT L. LAWS. B ' For State Treasurer , H ! J. E. HILL. * H I For Attorney General , H j WILLIAM LEESE. B | For Stato Auditor. H J THOMAS H. BENTON. M I For Superintendent of Public Instruction , H I GEORGE B. LANE. ft Commissioner Public Lands and Buildings , jvj JOHN STEEN. I m COUNTY. 'if - H ' SI For Representative. 1 JUSTIN A. WILCOX. ' M For County Attorney , 3 R. M. SNAVELY. B a For Commissioner. 2nd District , H 1 C. T. BLACKMAN. H jl Republican Senatorial Convention. j if The Republican electors of the twenty-ninth B jS senatorial district of Ne...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 August 1888

' . * ' * FRIDAY EVKN1N0. AUGUST 01 , 18S8. IS ! Stationery. School Suppllc I ' ' If SCHOOL BOOKS I at ; . I THE TRIBUNE OFFICI ! tji AT PUBLISHERS'PRICES. I , | Illank Books. Legal Mania \ I SPECIAL NOTICE. . l i , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I ( Our store will be closed on Thursday i September Gth , and on Saturday , Sep teinber 15th on account of holidays. The Famous Clothing Co. 1 . ] Remember Noble for groceries. Sweet cider at the City Bakery. j Noble for superb hanging , lamps. Fresh candies at the City Bakery. School books at cost at The Tiubuni f office. L , B rDr. Hall's office , over First Na tional bank. A Another tumble in gold watches a r McCracken's. 33F"Fresh sausage at the B. & . M Meat Market. Hi Boys , buy one of those $2.50 watchei m t ' at McCracken's. I Use Paxton's Havana cigar scraps They are all right. All kinds of chewing tobacco at Pax I ton's , Main Avenue. B Banjos , accordions , guitars , etc. , al I McCracken's Music Store. Fresh and smoked meats of all kinds f ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 August 1888

11 IMAGE ffl THE WEEK'S ' DOMINION I The Great Divino Discourses to Thousands. 8' "Ho U 's tho SuEEfstivo and Appropriate [ 9 Text' Great Results May Dpp end on Spall IE Events" - His Beautiful Illustration of IH Paul's Dothrontmsnt at tho Glistening [ Ss -Gates of Damascus-How His Optics Were lP -Coansed , and His Advocation of God's 11 ; "Word Thereafter Is Something Beyond I ; Parallel. I I ; GitiManT , Canada , Aueust 20. Tbe Rev.T. I ? ' DeWitt Talmoge , D. D.of Brooklyn , prcach- I * d on the camp ground this place , to day. I ' .ftll Canada ia represented In the tmmenso I fthronga assembled. Dr. Talmajre has I -preached at Grimsby many summers. This I i closes his summer absence. He has preached , I \ lectured and visited In thirteen states of tho I Union this summcr.hls audiences numbering I , " , "ten and fifteen thousand proplc The sub- I jectof hiB sermon hero to-day was ' 'Great I Kesults May Depend on Small Events. " Dr I : ' Talmage took for Ins text : "Through a win- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 August 1888

• ref ® ' - Don't < l > iist everybody by hawkJnr. ; Bpigf.WowIiik unit Hpittht . but two Dr. Snjjc' * ' Catnrrli Itrtiiudy and bacuml. SK jBp * ; It * iiniuiiinccd Hint Mrs. Lanjjlry will \B&ji • ' ' - inurry Mr. Uublmrd. It U about titno. MSglk A Jl7Ti U"VIi Tan 'I'mIIc ! , ! mEL. Kvoi'ybody Iuih hoard of a "howrlnuRli , " ' V butwho linn ever neon nn cqulno giltetl with HP' tno P"wt'r • ' Hpeccli ? Such nn nnlmtil : * " wld , bo pronounced u niirnclo ; but ho * ' m * ? would tlio lelrgriiphuudMie lolejilionoluivo lirfe * ) eon , l ' " " , ( lr'l , ycaiHiiRO. Whyeven very { Hp recently u euro for contmmptinn would \mm \ > ' have been looked upon us inirnculmiH , but Mgg > > vpeoilu | iirohecinnlnfj loronliio that tho iBfe ' dlHi'twu irt not ineurable. Dr. I'ierco'B Hp Golden Medical Dwcovtry will euro it if Bl | tnlcon in time. This " world-renowned Bpf remedy will not malto now lunjjfl , but it will R * * rnntoro diHHiiMcd ones to a healthy state ' " wlion all ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 31 August 1888

0 Mr lip Si * . . ' ' . Ifff. * * . • - • * _ * * • / - & B ? . - . . , . " - - ' " : & * . X * ' - " - - ' * ' • ' . . . * I • V.V . • , , • • • ' * mm - J • • - • • ; • $ • : > - E.1 k > . • . . . . f ' ' - ' r H j- : TT does not matter * what prices other people ' < ' yf ? ; \ ' " ' ' * * * If. m . v • ' ? * * " ; ' , : • I I ! - ask you for goods ; we will guarantee to : - : ' ? • * ' - ' • 1 ' ' ' * - 5 * } - , - * - * r ' - ii " > * • - - f' * - - 1 - sell you the same quality at a less figure. : * < We never brag but always stand ready to make \ . • % . . " ' ' " ' V our statements good. , • ' - . i' . .I . " " ' ' ' : • : L. LOWMAN & SON , ' | , 1' 'j. " . w- , . . k ' i : " . . - , - . RELIABLE • - * ' - ; " . 4. . - Dry Goods , Clothing and Carpet ; ' ' J-y ' : : ; " ; ii - • - : ' . ' : ' : ' * MRRGHANTS. ; . \ ; - - - ' - . . • ' . I - 1 h , , rr . .mm 1 R B S 1 I * JEWELERS , - I Nebraska. McCook , - - , - - < i . - - - . . ' r , . , - , 9 ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 7 September 1888

I uLht ' ' : JHf-dL0flli iLtibttitc ' - ! ' , . , , . * . _ ' ' " ' - - • - laii.1 ± | T. tf : r = = r = - = | I VOLUME WttT McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , SEPTEMBER 7 , 1888. NUMBER IS , j . K * _ _ _ „ _ - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ „ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ * I- ! Great Guns ! It * * • * * * * - * * * * * * * As the shooting season is now at hand , "we desire to call the attention of sportsmen to the fact that ' we have just opened up the largest and most com- B plete line of SHOT CIS il AMMUNITION , I Ever Brought to this County. „ * * * * * * * * * * * * * I U- WE HAVE I DouWe Barrel Breech Loaders , from - - $12.00 to § 35.00 W Single " " tv " 4.50 to 15.00 | t Double Barrel Muzzle u " - - 7.00 to 15.00 I u u " ' . . Single - - 3.50 to 25.00 " • * * * * * * * * * m I Qur stock of Gun Implements , Brass and Paper I Shells is complete , and in addition , we carry an I immense stock of Chamberlain Loaded Shotgun > Shells , upon which we can make special figu...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 7 September 1888

I TIIE > ENTRILOQUIST. H | Powa at tfeefejaoasStiKUul tavern , | H Ifce Coalhole , in London , w& were I 3S tkred together one evening laugh- IB ing over the ajuuhiag scenes of ven- | 1k tr2oqukm with which , that clever IffOBied aa Toole had ju tbeea edify- [ iK lagus- \m \ Ajoarsalwi present complimented It' khn soaewhat iroeieally on what he II called hi * "little soeiety talents. " 11 --These ease little talents/ said I Toole ia a grave tone"have soiae- I ximets a great atflity ia life ; do not I < kspse them. An. infinitely small I 4aenfc may save a world of trouble ; I lotting g unproductive here below. I Itttme giveyou asimple illustration : I " * * Some years ago I was passing one I - treeing through Drary lane on my I way to the Gaiety theater , where I I was at that timeplaying a role. I "My attention was suddenly at- I traded by a pathetic voice imploring I. -charity. I stoppedand looked around I * ae. The voice proceeded from a rais- < happen being apparentl...

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