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IV McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JULY 2 , 1885. NUMBERS.-
BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
MeCook , Nebraska.
G. L. LAWS , Stgiiter. ' C. r. BABCOCr , Utcsher
OrncE Hb0ns : From 0 A. M. to 13 M. , nnd
1 to 4 P. M. , mountain time.
COCHRAN & HELM ,
f > ATTORNEYS AT LAW
L AND GENERAL AGENTS ,
McCOOK , : NEBRASKA.
Prompt and careful attention-Riven to Law Cases In
all the Courti of the State and all classes of U. S.
Land Business transacted before the local office at
McCoolc. Nebraska , and the Interior Department at
"Washington , I ) . C. Contests a specialty. Will pros
ecute claims for Pensions and claims for Increase of
Pensions. Notarial "business done nnd lands bought
and sold on reasonable terms. J5T"Oflicc 1st door
south of the U. S. Land Office. 3.29
THOS. GOLFER ,
ATTORNEY - : - AT - : - LAW ,
V/ AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
[ Ajrent for tho Lincoln Land Company. Heal
Estate Bought and Sold and Collections Made
f37 Offlco , Opposite lostoflico , JlcCook , Nob
PAGE T. FRANCIS ,
f. COUNTY .SURVEYOR ,
BED WILLOW COUNTY.
Keeps certified plats of all lands in tho
? Hitchcock land , district. Special attention
f- gircn to all such business. Correspondence
solicited. "
J. E. CASTBERG.
DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR ,
I. } AND CIVIL ENGINEER. '
135 6 overnment Claims Located and Sur
veyed. Correspondence solicited. Office , op
posite Menard's Opera Hall , MeCook , Neb.
G. W. MINKLER ,
Surveyor and Civil Engineer.
e ? Will 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
beingas good as the County Kecords.
Residence at MeCook , the first dwelling N.
W. of the school house.
DR. A. J. SHAW ,
J PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
McCOOK , - NEBRASKA.
| 3T Oflice for the present In tho Stanton
Holla building , in rear of Citizens Bank.
DR. Z. L. KAY ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
NEBRASKA.
McCOOK. - -
t TDlBcc : Koom No. 1 , SJcCook Banking
Company's Building.
DR. A. J. WILLEY ,
SURGEON B.&M. RAILROAD.
LOFFICE AT B. & M. PHARSIACT , ]
McCOOK , - NEBRASKA.
T. JJ. STUTZMAN , M. D. ,
Eclectic Physician and Surgeon ,
OCULIST AlfD AUBIST.
McCOOK NEBRASKA.
C2T"Oflice on .East Dennlson Street.
B. B. DAVIS , M. D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
McCOOK NEBRASKA.
Office : Two doors south of Churchill House.
JOHN F. COLLINS ,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ,
NEBRASKA.
McCOOK. - -
. 'will receive prompt attention at my shop
on Dennlsoa St. , opposite MeCook Mouse. Plans and
peclficatlon furnished If desired.
WILLIAM McINTYRE ,
- $ CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ,
CULBERTSON. NEBRASKA.
. " All work warranted. All material furnished
5' ? if desired. "Work done on short notice.
'
-
& W. M. SANDERSON ,
* : HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER ,
McCooK , - NEBRASKA.
jgr-jm work guaranteed. Give mo a call.
An Answer "Wanted.
\i Can any one brine us a case of Kidney or Liver
T Complaint thnt Electric Bitters will not speedily
cure ? TVc say they can not , as thousands , of cases
already perraancntly'cured and who are dally recom
mending Electric Hitters , will prove. Bright' * Dis
ease. Diabetes. Weak Back , or ny urinary complaint
oulckly cared. They purify tlie blood , regulate the
bowels , and act directly on the diseased parts. Every
bottle guaranteed. For sale at 50 cents a bottle at
Metropolitan Drnz Store.
in Enterprising , Eeliable Honse.
M A Spaldlng can always be relied upon , not on-
, _ tg ( awry in stock the best of everything , but to
iccare tkAgency for such articles as have well-
mown merit. nd are popular with the people , there-
{ - BMtalnlnxttK ! reputation of being always cnter-
eble. Havin secured the Aeon-
every "ffectlon of ' CUrott
,
< jl win BU cjiest , and to show onr confidence , we in-
*
f "te JOT . ' c11 and Eet aTrial Bottle Free'
ADVICE TO MOTHEES.
. „ TOU dtsfurbed at night and broken of yout rest
hr aslck child jnfferlnK and crying with pain of cut-
Hni teeth ? If > ? = n < J at onco 8nd Ket bottle of
Jg wStertBosSHsz Bjnp fcr CHldioa ffai&bff.
TU'value is incalcnlcble. It will relieve the poor
little sufferer Unnifdlately. Depend upon It , mothers ,
there Is no-jnUtake nhout It. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea , regulate * tho stomach nnd bowels , cures
wind colic , soften * the Bums , reduces Inflammation ,
sad elves tone and energy to the whoie system.
-Hn. WalWi Socttlss Byrap for Ciilirci SiiObc h
peasant to the taste , and is the prescription of one
J f the oldest and best female nurses nnd physicians
' * the United State * , ana Is for sale by all drosglsti
-uron n hont tha world. Price 25 cents bottle.
LYTL BROS.
SHELF * HEAVY
HARDWARE ,
NAILS ,
BARB WIRE BARB
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3o
C9 3o
Cooking Stoves and Ranges ,
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' Bain V/agons and Spring Wagons ,
Iron and Wood Pumps ,
SCEEEN DOORS AND WINDOWS , WHEEL BARROWS ,
Walter A. Woods Mowers.
MANUFACTURING AND REPAIRING OF
Tin , Sheet Iron and Copper Ware a Specialty ,
McCOOK , Opp. Citizens Bank. NEBRASKA.
SME
WE. CELEBRATE THE
FOURTH OF JULY
McCOOK TO THE FRONT AS WELL AS
11 }
REMEMBER THAT DEALERS OUTSIDE OF THE
Regular Jewelry Business W
Cannot buy of a. Legitimate Jobbing House ,
hence the reasons for their selling
Snide Goods at sucli Enormous Prices ,
Making People Believe that they are Getting a
Good Article by Asking
: our Times What the Article is-Really Worth ,
Youwill run no risk whatever by buying
of McCracken , who guarantees everything ,
being backed by the manufacturers.
BELVA ON THE SOth.j
CLOCKS AT HALJE > PRIGR. U
ONE of the most prolific sources of
irritation to the poor , when they con
trast their condition with that'of the
rich , is the different treatment they re
ceive at the hands of the law when tried
for alleged violations of it. There is
no denying the fact that the rich crimi
nal is more sure of escape from punish
ment than the poor one , and it is even
said that the innocent poor man is in far
more danger when arraigned than the
rich criminal. It is well known that
wealthy criminals are not treated like
poor ones. They are put into parlors
instead of dungeons , they are fed on the
best of the land and their prison life is
nearly a matter of inglorious ease-
When their cases come on for trial they
are postponed from term to term , and
they often entirely escape punishment ,
while they seldom or never get the ex
act and impartial justice so promptly
meted out to the poor man. Charges
are freely made that these things , these
improper discriminations are induced
by corrup't means , cither directly or in
directly. The cause of complaint isin-
creasing year by year. The strain is
growing and may sometime figure ex
tensively in the common social relations
of the nation. State Journal.
A CALIFORNIA exchange , the Daily
San Diegan , evidently drew to an oystei
sracker and got the whole bakery when
i member of its reportorial staff "caught
3n" to this story. If California pro- *
iuccs such precocious uiosquitos , what
) f the genus homo :
A Mosquito SanDicffO can boast of the most
ntclligcnt mosquito that has been heard of in
; he United States , judging by the following an
jcdote related to us to-day by a gentleman in
; his city : It appears that ho is particularly
lostile to insects and especially mosquitos ,
uidto guard against depredations has his bed
jovered with the best brand of mosquito net
ing. On retiring last night he thoroughly
icarched for mosquitos , but one large insect
iscaped his eagle eye , and as soon as the lamp
md been extinguished , commenced to look for
'ood. This practice was kept up until daylight ,
ind the mosquito's appetite seemed to be in
atiable. When the day dawned , the said gen
Ionian , was astonished at the sight which was
evealed to him. A small army of mosquitos
rerc perched on the outside of the netting and
rare being fed all night by the single insect
rho had the inside track. Careful observation
evealed the fact that the mosquito would fill
tself up with blood and then put his bill thro *
he netting and feed his less fortunate can-
idates.
THE latest railroad rumors are that
he B. & . M. is about to extend a cou-
iccting branch to Ogalalla on the U. P.
nd that the U. P. contemplates the ex-
eution of its Beatrice branch to Pair-
lury. President Adams of the U. P. re-
ently made a visit to Norfolk , and it is
urmised that this means a further
up of the Norfolk branch to-
rards the northwest , though nothing
definite seems to be known of the plans
f the company in that direction.
"ournal.
THE railroad commissioners are at
rork now gathering information about
assenger and freight rates , looking up
tatistics and making themselves gen-
rally familiar with the duties of their
ew offices. No one , not posted in rail-
ray business , would think that there is
uch a mass of documentary information
i regard to railway rates as the com-
lissioners are finding. Lincoln News.
Ax immigrant by the name Bensley
'utney , committed suicide on Elk Creek ,
carArapahoe , Saturday a week ago ,
ence going via the laudanum route.
Kmself and family were on their way
roui Iowa to locate in the western part
f this state. The man was addicted to
lie excessive use of drink to which this
id sequel to his life may be chargeable.
'SMITH , the merchant prince of Oma-
a , who run mammoth excursions from
ther cities , bought almost the entire
dvertising space of dailies , carpeted
IB street for pedestrians , gave open air
oncerts for the poor , etc. , has skipped
ith $100,000 in cash.
HORSE and cattle thieves are receiv-
ig the attention of the people of the
lOue Star State in a mannerthat is par-
lyziug. Twelve members of a gang
ere hanged , last Wednesday , eight of
icni on one tree. This makes fully
, venty of the gang that have been hang-
1 since , spring.
JAMES .D. FISH , ex-president of the
efunct Marine National bank , has been
jutenced to .ten year's imprisonmentin
.uburn prison. It will be remembered
lat General Grant was a great financial
jfferer by Fish's rascality. Fish is 05
ears of age.
THE Hastings Ncbraskan is our au-
lority for the statement that : 'H. C.
hapman , who recently sold his interest
i the Grand Island Times , has about
included to locate at Alma , and at-
; inpt to resurrect the old Tribune. "
THE Columbus Manuerchor is receiv-
; golden opinions from the press of
ic state , upon their singing at the late
angerfest at Lincoln. It is one of the
nest organizations of the kind in the
est.
EVERYBODY
-GO TO
Studebaker and Moline
BARBED WLR
JOHN DEERE FLOWS ,
STOVES , TINWARE , HARDWARE , Etc.
You will save money by writing or asK- xl
ing for prices before buying.
I Li pi ji
In Southwestern Nebraska or Northwestern Kansas.
TWO DOORS SOUTH OF P. 0. ,
MeQOOK , - NRBRASKA.
THE CITIZEN'S BANK OF McCOOK
DOES A GENERAL-
Collections made on all accessible { mints. Drafts drawn directly
on the principal cities of Europe. Taxes paid for Non-Residents.
Money to loan on Farming Lands , Village and personal
property. Fire Insurance a specially.
Tickets for Sale to and from Europe ,
CGSES5FGHMHT3 , : . J. W. DOLAN , President. 'l
First National Bank Lincoln , Neb.
, . . . .
The Chase National Hank New York. | v. FuANICU.V , Yice-Prcsidont.
JOHNSTON'S Kl
H
, .
[ FOKMKKLY CHUIJCIUU HOUSE. ]
Will be Open for Guests About -
TheHouse has been Renovated and Provided with
TUR
First-Class Accommodations and Rates " i
A
Very Reasonable ,
Large Sample Rooms.
GEO : E , JOHNSTON , Proprietor ,
MAIN McCOOK , ISTEBRASKA.

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