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1 McOooK TRIBUNE
VOLUME IV. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , OCTOBER 15 , 1885. NUMBER 2O.
UN ITK1) ) STATUS LAN I ) OFFICE
McCook , Nebraska.
S. I. U7T3 , Xicistir. S. F. BABCO :
Orrici : Hoinis : From 9 A. M. to 12 M. , and
1 to 41 * . M. , mountain timu.
COCH1UN & HELM ,
A ttorneys-at-Law & Gcn'l Agents ,
McCOOK , : NEBRASKA.
I'rompt urul rnrrful attention siren to Law Cutrs In
ll tlir. Cuitrlsit Ilir Stmc ami nil cU H' of IT. S.
Land Iluilririii trammeled before the loon ) oilier ut
McCuolr. Xrliraika , and llie Interior Di'pnrinirnt at
Wellington , 1) . ( ' . ' CunlffctA | x'clalty. Will pros
ecute clittiu fur IViulon * and claims fur Increase of
iYnsIunii. Notarial I > U | MCMI done i.ml lands bought
nd > Id on reatonalile tcrinii. tSfOUIce. 3d dour
nuth of the U. S. Land Offlce. 3.2)1 )
THOS. GOLFER ,
ATTORNEY - : - AT - : - LAW ,
AND NOTARY PUHMC.
Ag-fiit for the Lincoln Lund Company. Hcul
Kstutc nought and Solil atul t.'olk-ctioiu Mule.
HT" Office. Opposite ClilcuKO Lumber Yurd ,
.McCook , Nutirusku.
11. 31. SXAVJ3LY ,
ATTORNEY : AT : LAW ,
NOTARY PUBLIC ,
1NDIANOLA , - -
Will practice in tliu County and District
Court * of UcdVillor. . Hitchcock and Kiirniis
counties. . Cdininurciul collections uspeeiulty.
Taxci paid. Conveyances carefully ilniwn
and a ifcncrul land business tniniuiutcd. Olllce
In door south of McCartney's brick Btorc.
\V1I. A. KYAN , II. J. 11YAN.
LAW , LMD fiND LOAN OFFICE
IsfMoney to loan on Chattel ? . Lentil busi
ness will receive prompt attention. Olllce on
Main Avenue , near the depot , McCook , Neb.
PAGE T. FRANCIS ,
COUNTY SURVEYOR ,
11ED WILLOW COUNTY.
Keeps certified pints of all lands in the
Hitchcock luiid district. Special attention
irivc * to ull such buwiness. CorresiKindcncc
solicited. . 3-22.
J. E. CASTBEKG- ,
DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR ,
AND CIVIL ENGINEER.
| & " "Governinciit Claims Located and Sur
veyed. Correspondence solicited. Ollice with
Jennings A ; Starbuclc.
" G. W. MlNKLKllj
Surveyor and Civil Engineer.
IdP-Will do ull kindsof SurvvyiiiK.Gradiinr ,
LevcllitK. etc. Will establish rcxulur sub
division corners , and re-establish lost corners ,
and ttlx'e certilled IT.ATS of surveys ; the plats
bvinjr iu iro > d as the County Itecords.
lidencc at McCook , the llrst dwelling N.
W. of the school house.
Du. A. J. SHAW ,
PHYSICIAN 'ANDSURGEON ,
McCOOK , - NKUKASKA.
| ar Onicc ill tho McCook Ilnnkintr Co.'s
Du. Z. L. KAY ,
PHYSICIAN ANI > SURGEON ,
McCOOK. - -
tar Oflice : lloom Xo. 1 , JJcCook Hanking
Du. A. J. WILLEr ,
SURGEON B. & M. RAILROAD.
IOFFICE AT n. & M. PHAIMAC\ : , ]
McCOOK , - -
T. . STDTZMAX , M. D. ,
Eclectic Physician and Surgeon ,
OCULIST AXD ATJRIST. .
&ff Olllce on EastDennison Street.
tt. B. DAVIS. M. D. , -
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
Ollice : Two doors south of Churchill House.
JOHN F. COLLINS ,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ,
McCOOK. - . NEBRASKA.
.lobMii ; will receive prompt attention at my shop
on I > ennlon St. , opposite Mi-Cook Hou e. 1'lans and
ipe'clncatluu > furnUlicd If desired.
WILLIAM McINTYHE ,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ,
All work wan-tinted. All material furnishud
1 f desired. Work done on short notice.
W. M. SANDBKSON ,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER ,
McCooic , - NEBRASKA.
tdB AH work iiiar > tiitced. Give me a csill. .
iloBKUT DKYSDALE ]
MERCHANT TAILOR ,
W. DENNISON STREET ,
McCOOK . . . N'KnUASIC.V.
CHAKLES STIMSOX ,
BARBER AN'D HAIR CUTTER ,
\VEST llEXXIfOX STKKKT.
McCOOK , - -
TYPE WRITING. -
BRIE.FS , RTG. ,
. S. WHEELER ,
. O. Box 5. McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
This Space is Reserved
C. K. LAWBON ,
' ' DEALER IN
McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
FHE CITIZEN'S ' BANK OF McCOOK
DOES A GENERAL
Collections tiiuiJc on all accessible points. Drafts drawn directly
on the principal cities of Europe. Taxes paid for iSon-llcsidents.
Money to loan on Fanning Lands , Village and personal
property. Fire Insurance a specialty.
Tickets for Sale to and from Europe ,
J. W. DOLAX , President.
First National Hunk. Lincoln , Xcb. i
Tlie Chnsu Xational Hank , Xcw York , i Y. FIIANKLIX , Yicc-Prcsulent.
The First National Bank
OF McQOOK , NRBRASKA.
PAID UP CAPITAL , - - $50,000.00.
DOES A GENERAL
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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.'S.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS :
GI02BS KOEatSU , , Sra&rct , A. CAUPBSIL , T. 1. BSOT71T , Caslltr. B. II. T222S , Tii-Fr di t ,
( Of Fri3 is Hocknell. ) ( Assistant Supt. II. & M. ) ( Xf Klrby Carpenter Co. , Chicago. )
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET ,
CHURCH & WHITTAKER , PROPS.
BUTTER AND EGGS
ALWAYS ON * HAND. .
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; " ; TLMK waits for no man and the offices
rgo to the other fellow.
A MAX who praises all things , if he
happens to fall in the right company
will damn all things with equal iervor.
; TIIK reason why the world grows no
'better is because each one is trying to
I'onvert his neighbor and neglects him-
TIIK Cambridge Kaleidoscope has
passed into the hands of John 0. Mar-
Ian. A change in name should be Bro.
II.'s first endeavor.
ONE of the convicts of the Utah Pen
itentiary complains that he "is serving
fir the vile place for no other crime than
-loving and cherishing three of the love
liest wives in the United States , to
gether with 28 pretty children. "
U. S. COMMISSIONER BILLI.NUSLKV
issued a warrant yesterday for the arrest
of Stephen Dodson , charged with per
jury in a timber claim case at North
Platte. Also one for Oscar S. Keutz ,
charged with perpetrating the same of
fense at the land office at McCook.
Lincoln State Journal.
THE refusal of the President to ac
cept the resignation of Dr. Hamilton as
Surgeon General of the .Marine Hospital
is the best possible solution of a prob
lem which promised to be annoying , if
not difficult. The office is in no sense
political and the President's refusal to
so consider it will do much toward giv
ing his wise action the position of a
A LATE return of the population of
Dakota places the number at 415,000
of which Northern Dakota has 152,000
.antf&outhcrn Dakota 263,000. During
the last year property valuation lias in
creased at the rate of nearly 24 per cent ,
a marvelous increase for a region which
but a few years ago was considered an
almost uninhabitable wilderness. It is
expected that another effort will be made
during the coming session of Congress
to have the Territory admitted as a State.
This object can doubtless be attained ,
but not until both sections have buried
their local jealousies and united in the
demand. There may be room in the un
ion for new states of respectable size ,
importance and intention , but there is
no room for pocket states , like Nevada ,
in which scnatorships shall go out to the
highest bidder and election returns shall
be manufactured to order.
A REMAHICABLE race development is
taking place in Canada. As known to
'every school boy , the present dominion
jbelonged to France up to 120 years ago ,
'jwhcn it was formally ceded to England.
At that time the French population
numbered 05,000. Now there are little ,
if anless than two millions of French
iu Canada. They have preserved their
language Tind religion. They are more
devotedly French than the natives of
Paris and more Catholic than the most
ultramontane of cardinals. They have
increased in numbers at the compound
rate of 30 per cent ever } * decade. They
have crowded the Englishmen out of
Quebec and Montreal. Those provinces
are French and not English. Give this
people education and the forces that go
with it , and the future reading of his
tory is sure. There will be one of these
days an independent nation of Canadi
ans , and the .nation will be French in
language and tradition , Catholic in re
ligion and republican in politics. A
strange anomaly of people , but it will
come. But a little while and the num
bers of the French-Canadians will be
overwhelming in spite of their ignorance.
Now there are but 80,000 English in
the province of Quebec , out of a popu
lation of a million and a halh The Eng
lish element is moving out of Canada
to the United States and will eventually
abandon the country to the fast growing
unassimilable element. . State Journal1.
Tut : raisou. why Chamberlain's
I'umcily U a favorite with so many people is
lxva.HsoHeauvlwaysVxM\ojKiMleil ! \ upon. It's
l 0j.Hl > t iv ] v vvUu C'iicesvf wujlhs , coltls ,
crunji. mid A\hio ] > iuj ; CQII II. have msulf it i
stiimlnnl ami those who have iisttl it prefer j
it to any other. Sold by M. A. Spalding and
--H SHEIF and HEAYY < - <
Cooking Stoves and Ranges ,
Bain Wagons and Spring Wagons ,
Iron andVood Pumps ,
SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWSWHEEL BARROWS ,
Walter A. Woods Mowers.
MANUFACTURING AND REPAIRING OF
Tin , Sheet Iron and Copper Ware a Specialty.
McCOOK , Opp. Citizens Bank. KEISKASICA.
'ELRY ' STORE
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AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF
SILVER AND PLATED WARE
The Finest in the "West , and at Prices that
Can't be Beat in this Country.
i ALSO HAVE : A FINE LINE OF
BOOKS At Half Prieet
IVcll Bound , Finely Printed and ttalie Handsome ( 'iHs.
Dickens. "l.'iTol. , SU.7f > . Irvinjr's Works. 10 Vol. , $ n. " ) ( ) . Mint's \Y\trksr-
S Vol. , less than § G. Hundreds of others in proportion. Single
booksiou. . to G5c. Tluese prices can't be beat.