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McOooK WEEKLY TRIBUNE
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VOLUME III. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MAY 28 , 1883. ' . NUMBER 82.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
McCook , Nebraska.
0. 'it. LAWS , Bezittor. C. F. BABCOCE , Eccdvcr.
OFFICE Houus : Froni 0 A. M. to 12 M. , and
1 to 4 P. M. , mountain tlino.
THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL ,
GEO. E. JOHNSTON , PRO ? . ,
MACFAHLAND STKEKT , : McCOOK , NEB.
A now hotel Just completed , and titled up
with now furniture throughout. Kates reas
COCHRAN & HELM ,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
AND GENERAL AGENTS ,
McCOOK , : NEBRASKA.
rrompt nnd careful attention Klvcn to Law Cases In
nil the Courts of the State nnd nil classes of U. S.
Land Business transacted before the local office nt
McCook , Nebraska , and the Interior Department nt
Wnahlncton , D. C. Contests a specialty. "Will pros
ecute claims for Tensions and claims for Increase of
Pensions. Notarial business done nnd lands bought
and sold on reasonable terms. g2 ? OUlce 1st door
south of the U. S. Land Office. 3.29
THOS. GOLFER ,
ATTORNEY - : AT : : - LAW ,
AND NOTARY TUBLIC.
Agent f or the Lincoln Land Company. Real
Estate Bought and Sold and Collections Made.
EB Offlce , Opposite Postofflce , McCook , Neb.
PAGE T. FRANCIS ,
COUNTY STOSTEYOR ,
RED WILLOW COUNTY.
Keeps certified plats of all lands in the
Hitchcock land district. Special attention
given to all such business. Correspondence
solicited. . 3-23-
J. E. CASTBEUG.
DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR ,
AND CIVIL ENGINEER.
&TGovernment Claims Located and Sur
veyed. Correspondence solicited. Office , op
posite Menard's Opera Hall , McCook , Neb.
a. W. MINKLER ,
Surveyor and Civil Engineer.
SarWill do all kinds of Surveying , Grading ,
Leveling , etc. Will establish regular sub
division corners , and re-establish lost corners ,
and give certified PLATS of surveys ; the plats
being as good as the County Records.
Residence at McCook , the first dwelling N.
W. of the school house.
Dn. A. J. SHAW ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
53r 0ffice for the present in the Stanton
Holla building , in rear of Citizens Bank.
DR. Z. L. KAY ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
McCOOK , - -
JSTOffice at Churchill House.
DR. A. J. TYILLEY ,
SURGEON B. & M. RAILROAD.
[ OFFICE AT 3. & M. PHARMACY , ]
McCOOK , - -
T. B. STUTZMAN , M. D. ,
Eclectic Physician and Surgeon ,
OCULIST AND ATTKIST.
McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
5S Office on EastDcnnison Street.
B. B. DAVIS , M. D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
Office for the present at B. & M. Pharmacy.
JOHN F. COLLINS ,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ,
McCOOK. - -
Jobbing will receive prompt attention nt my shop
on Denntson St. , opposite McCook House. Plans and
ipeclflcatlons furnished If desired.
W. M. SANDERSON ,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER ,
McCooK , - NEBRASKA.
A11 work guaranteed. Give me a call.
WILLIAM McINTYllE ,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ,
All work warranted. All material furnished
If desired. Work done on short notice.
An Enterprising , Eeliable House.
M A. Spsldlng can always be relied upon , not on
ly to carry In stock the best of everything , but to
secure the Agency for Bach articles as have -well-
known merit , and arc popular with the people , there
by sustaining the reputation of liclng alv\-ays cnter-
Drlslnsr and ever reliable. Having secured the Agen
cy fer the celebrated Dr. King's Xev Discovery for
Consumption , will sell It on a positive guarantee. It
will surely cure any and every affection of Throat ,
r' Lungs , and Chest , and to show our confidence , we In
ys vite you to call and get a Trial Bottle Free.
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
Am you disturbed at night and broken of your rest
by a sick cnlld suffering and crying wltli pain of cut
ting teeth ? If so , send at once and get a bottle of
ri7bd ! : ? ' Eejthfcg Syrup fr CMllrca Tocthiis.
Its ralne Is Incalculable. It will relieve the poor
little sufferer Immediately. Depend upon It , mothers ,
there Is no mistake about It. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea , regulates the stomach and bowels , cures
wind colic , softens the gums , reduces Inflammation ,
nd Rives tone and energy to the whole system.
Mrs. Wsslw's Scsthire Syrs ? f Childrea Teethhg is
pleasant to the taste , and Is the prescription of one
f the oldest r.nd best female nurses and physicians
In the United States , and Is for sale by all druggists
throuEuont the Yrorlil. Price 2 ? cents a bottle.
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LYTLE BROS ,
McCOOK - NEBRASKA.
SHELF and HEAVY
Carpenters' ' Tools ,
Blacksmiths' ' Tools
tove and Ranges ,
Bain Wagons and Spring Wagons ,
Iron % Wood Pumps ,
Screen Doors and Windows , Wheel Barrows ,
Walter A. Woods Mowers.
MANUFACTURING AND REPAIRING OF
Tin , Sheet Iron and Copper Ware a Specialty.
McGook , Opp. Citizens Bank , Nebraska.
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F. Lx. McCRACKRN ,
THE RELIABLE JEWELER ,
MeGOOK , NRBRASKA.
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF-4-
n re wplrif B
b , WljllJj |
ALWAYS ON HAND AT THE VERY
Engraving Free of Charge.
[ Arapahoe Mirror. ]
Mrs. W. J. Williams , of McCook , is visiting
her parents , Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Child. * * Jos.
A. Snytlor was down from McCook , last week ,
planting out tou acres of trees on his timber
LYork Republican. ]
Mr. Green came in from lied Willow county ,
last week and is visiting his brothers Charles
and George. * * J. Harvey Bell was up to Mc
Cook with J. C. Kingslcy aud his son Henry ,
[ Harvard Courier. ]
P. C. Schroeder is now located at McCook.
* * On Monday Dr. Howard sold 20 head of fat
cattle to parties in the Republican Valley ,
portion were shipped to Indianola and the
maindcr to McCook.
[ Frontier Co. Faber. ]
Jerome Lewis , of McCook , came up to Stock
villc. last Monday , to look at his timber chum
and arrange forthe breaking required to b
done on it. Ho was well pleased with the land
and will hang on to it like grim death to its
[ Lincoln News. ]
John Dunbar , proprietor of the first livery
sale and feed stable ever located in Lincoln , is
now one of the proprietors of the new town
of Wane , Kandas. Mr. D. is in the city to-day ,
purchasing stock for his stables there , and
Bcnklcman and Wane mail stage line.
[ Oberlin Eye. ]
H. W. Pike has sold out his lumber yards at
McCook and Indianola and will soon start a
yard at Oberlin. Ho was down , this week , se
lecting a location for his yard and made us
pleasant call. Mr. Pike is already well known
to the citizens of Oberlin , as a straight-forward
and energetic business man. and wo are glad
to welcome him to Oberlin.
[ Atwood ( Kas. ) Democrat. ]
J. D. Newton of McCook , passed through
here , Thursday , with 85 horses , 17 of them reg
istered. Jt was the finest herd of mares that
has gone through here , this spring. Ho takes
them from Wallace north for breeding pur
poses. * * Lew Ginger was to McCook , last Sat
urday. There is n possibility of Mr. Ginger
branching out as an editor in Cheyenne county ,
Bird City will be the place if he does.
[ Culbertson Sun. ]
On Sunday last , C. A. Parish , accompanied
by It/C. Stern , started out for a drive. When
near McCook , one of the horses suddenly be.
gau to kick , and almost at the first motion kick ,
ed the front end out of the buggy and struck
Stern on the side. In attempting to escape a
second blow from the horse's heels , Stern was
thrown from the buggy and the wheels pass-
ng over him fractured a rib or two. The
; eam got loose from the buggy and ran on
through McCook , one of the horses goinga con
siderable distance beyond before being caught
Parish stuck to the buggy and escaped unhurt.
THE following little incident of the
strike at Denver stands forth promi
nently without precedent in railroad cir
cles : General Manager Clark of the
Union Pacific was in Denver , week beFore -
Fore last , on his way to Georgetown.
During his stay in the city he was hon
ored by a visit from a committee of the
Knights of Labor , who demanded an in
crease of wages. Upon the general
manager's refusal to concede their de
mand , he was calmly informed , that iir
the humble opinion of the committee ,
the climate of Colorado did not accord
with his physical wants , and that they
had decided that Nebraska was more
salubrious. The manager's car was
taken into the shops , and the change of
trucks from narrow to broad gauge was
made , and at the hour and day appointed
his special car was drawn into the Union
depot , and Mr. Clark boarded the train
an4 left for Omaha in compliance with
the committee's request. And strange
as it may seem the very man , who or
dered Mr. Clark out of the state is now
working in the Union Pacific shops at
THE London Times says , in an edito
rial upon the death of Victor Hugo , the
great French poet and literateur , who
died last Friday :
"This event is one that touches the whole civ
ilized world. Victor Hugo was by common con
sent the greatest poet since Goethe. To all ,
even to realists in literature , the chief of the
romanticists , was until the last a being re
garded differently from other men. Posterity
will doubtless modify this judgment , but it will
at the same time admit that much may be
urged in its support. " The Standard says ,
'Victor Hugo did not attain the highest liter
ary rank , but he was a generous and magnifi
cent lyrist whose music will long haunt the car
of mankind. "
SOME Kansas Git } ' aldermen recently
lad a "slight misunderstanding" with
i reporter in that city , in the which the
reporter gracefully and artistically drap
ed numerous optics , and pealed sundry
nasal appendages , and otherwise disfig
ured their aldermanic proportions. In
ustice to the aldermen it should be
stated that they did not know that the
reporter was once a professor in a bos-
THE Daily Electric Light published
at North Plattc is a welcome visitor to
our sanctum. The editor is a little se
vere and unjust in his recent comment
on this paper , for which we feel that he
will make full amends after a close ob
servation of our columns.
A COW-HOY in a recent Montana cat
tle case testified that "a maverick is
somebody else's calf that you get your
own brand on first. " It would be inter
esting to have the cow-boy's definition :
of mugwump. Inter-Ocean. ,
Studebaker and Moline
BARBED WIRE ,
JOHN DEERE FLOWS ,
STOVES , TINWARE , HARDWARE , Etc.
You will save money by writing or asKing -
ing for prices before buying.
In Southwestern- Nebraska or Northwestern Kansas.
BRJQK STORR ,
TWO DOORS SOUTH OF P. 0.3
MeGOOK , - NRBRASKA.
FHE CITIZEN'S BANK OF McCOOK
DOES A GENERAL-
Collections made on all accessible points. Drafts drawn directly
on the principal cities of Europe. Taxes pjjid for Non-Residents.
Money to loan on Farming Lands , Village and personal
property. Fire Insurance a specialty.
Tickets for Sale to and from Burope ,
COBSZSPCiTmiTS : J. W. DOLAN , President.
First National Bank , Lincoln , Neb.
The Chase National Bank , New York. V. FRAXKLIX , Yice-Presidcnt.
Power , Simplicity , Durability.
Estimates made of Mill nnd Tump complete upon application.
Every Mill Warranted.Send for Catalogue.
This mlllls n "solid wheel" and the hc.'t self-regulator made. The
Woodinanse Xo. G. Pump Is. tin- lien .single nctln ; : force pump In the
market. Will work In wells from 1U to 2i > 0 feet In iiph. ! and has back
attachments to force water Into elevated tank * . Can lie nsrd hjr tmnd
or windmill , rattle * contemplating the erection of a Windmill will
consult thulr lic&t Interests by calling at my Homi'stcad. la miles X. W.
of McCuulc. or at 1 ! . . .Johnston . r > miles S. E. . and t JIf wltr * Market
Garden , S. E. of Mct'oolf. and eiAinlnu the wurkfiiiK "f the U'o
W. M. IRWIN , Agent ,
Woodmanse "Windmill Co. . Preeport , 111
[ INCORPORATED UNDEtt STATE LAW. ]
McCook , Nebraska. Paid up Capita ! , $50,000.
DOES - : - A - : - GENERAL
BANKING BUSINESS ,
Receives and Pays Deposites. Buys and Sells Exchange on New York ,
Chicago and Omaha , and all the principal cities of Europe.
FIRE' INSURANCE WRITTEN IN RELIABLE CO.'Sl
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS :
OEOBOE HOCntZU , , Treadczt. A. CAUPBEEI , E. E. A3AU3 , Cashisr. , B. H. FESSS. Visa-ricaiest ,
( Of Frees & Hocknell. ) ( Assistant Supt. H. & M ) ( Of Klr ! > y Carpenter Co. , C