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McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , NOVEMBER 12 , 1885. NUMBER 24.
COUNTY SURVEYOR ,
HED WILLOW COUNTY.
Keops certified plats of all hinds in the
Hitchcock land district. Special attention
given to till such business. Correspondence
solicited. - - .
J. E. OASTBKHG. j
DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR ,
'AND CIVIL ENGINEER. j
t3"Govcrntnent Claims Located and Sur
veyed. Correspondence solicited. Ollice above
Parley & Danube's incut market
G. W. M1NKLER , >
Surveyor and Civil Engineer.
1ST 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
being as good us the County Kecords.
Itesidencc at McCook , the llrst dwelling N.
W. of the school house. ,
Du. A. J. SHAW , j
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON/
McCOOK , - XEIJISASKA. j
t3T" Oilico in the JlcCook Banking Co.'b
Dn. Z. L. KAY , i
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
537 Oflce : Koom No. 1 , McCook Banking
Company's Building. i
Dn. A. J. WILLEY , ,
SURGEON B. & M. RAILROAD.l
( OFFICE AT 15. & M. PHARMACY , ]
McCOOK , - NEBRASKA.
T. B. STUTZMAN , M. D. , i
Eclectic Physician and Surgeon ,
OCULIST AND AURIST. '
McCOOK NKBKASKA. j
CSPOdico on East Donnison Street. |
B. B. DAYIS , AI. I- , .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
Office : Two doors south of Churchill Houso.
JOHN K COLLLS'S ,
CONTRCTORAND BUILDER ,
McCOOK. - - NEBRASKA.
Jobbing trill receive prompt attention nt my shop
u on Dcnntson St. , opposite McCook Mouse. Plaug and
specifications furnished If desired.
WILLIAM McINTYllE ,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ,
All work warranted. All material f urnishsd
if desired. "Work done on short notice.
W. M. SANDERSON ,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER ,
McCooic , - NEBRASKA.
fr. js All work guaranteed Give men call.
V , ROBERT DRYSDALE ,
MEECHANT TAILOR ,
f STREET ,
McCOOK - . . , "TT.V.J- ' - ' - ' -
W. W. PALMER ,
Ssesr ts S. H. SAKILT01T.
Has opened a full and complete lino of
HARNESS AND SADDLERY GOODS ,
2 3n Krti of ? : sit:2s , UcCDOS , SS3.
Prompt attention given to repairing. Your
patmnatro is solicited.
SPOTTS & STIMSON ,
BARBERS & HAIR CUTTERS.
Opposite Chicago Lumber Tard ,
X STBEET , - JIcCOOK , KKBRASKA.
ew Store !
IMMENSE STOCK OF
LOTHINA . .A
BOOTS AND SHOES ,
IK ALL THE LATEST DESIGNS.
xrase finishing Goods !
EARLY IN THE DAY AND
AVOID THE RUSH.
. .LOWMAN & SON ,
F > ATR BLOCK ,
MAIN STREET , McCOOK , NEB.
C. K. LAWSON ,
SHELF AND HEAVY
Stoves and Tinware ,
BARB WIRE , STUDEBAKER WAGONS , PLOWS , Etc.
McCOOK , NBJBRASK . |
STUDENTS of the map of British pol
itics can now locate Ireland without pro
JOHN McUtTLLauon , the celebrated
tragedian , died at his residence in Phil
adelphia , last Sunday afternoon , No
IT is evident that English public
opinion in favor of Reil is being roused
to the point of petition for a commu
tation of sentence.
THE girl with the terrier tagging at
her heels is the fit companion of the
man whose powers of locomotion lie
principally in his elbows.
MRS. WALKUP of Einpnria , Kas. . was
acquitted of the murder of her husband.
The evidence against her was slightand
only served to show that she was a gid
dy fool who sold herself , as man } ' a girl
has done before , to a lustful old man
whose system was sapped by dissipation
A CALIFORNIA critic was listening to
a vocalist , eminent , indeed , in her pro
fession , but rather affected in manner ,
who was warbling to her own great sat
isfaction , " 0 , would L were u bird , "
when he gave vent to his feelings in
echoing notes with these words , " 0 ,
would I were a gun. "
the verdict in the celebrated
Walkup trial at Euiporia , Kansas , fol
lowed a kissing bee , in the which the
fair widow kissed and fondly embraced
her attorneys and a few of the more fa
vored jurors. Every old bald headed
individual of the male persuasion pres
ent immediately commenced to kick
himself because he wasn't a juror.
A SYNDICATE of about fifty Boston
and suburban flanks has been formed to
test the legality of the existing system
of taxing national bank shares in that
state. Suits have already been institut
ed in this city for the same purposeand
the Albany banks have likewise moved
in the matter. In New Jersey the banks
, - J
have also Undertaken to test the ques
tion. A similar move will doubtless be
made in every state where any discrim
ination is made against national bank
stock in the tax laws. N. Y. Herald.
A > EW phase of boycotting has come
into fashion in Ireland. At a recent pub
lic demonstration held at Portlaw , county
Waterford , where a certain Michael
Hickqy was denounced for evicting a
workingman , a Miss Margaret Shehan
came forward , and , the papers say in a
few eloquent words proposed the follow
ing resolution : "That we ; the young
girls of Waterford , Tipperary and Kil
kenny , resolve and promise this day , be
fore this vast multitude , to treat with
scorn and contempt any matrimonial
proposals from Michael Hickey as a
punishment for his high-toned hostility
to the poor laborer Burke and his young
and helpless family of seven. " The
resolution found a seconder in the per
son of Miss Sullivan and it was carried
WHAT manner of women they have
out in Michigan that one of them should
be mistaken and fatally shot as a bear
docs not exactly appear , but it has been
assumed that this one belonged to the
class which wears its natural hair high
and crowns the pyramid with a pound or
two of the store material. Be that as it
may , however , women court other dan
gers by a strict adherence to every ridic
ulous fashion. As long as men are as
they are it is possible that there will be
no radical reform in womanly excesses ,
any more than there has been for the
past two decades. For the men and wo
men who believe in the idea that a rich
.simplicity is the true evidence of taste
in the matter of all personal habit and
attire there is nothing to do but to wait.
And after all a goodly part of life con
sists in waiting. There is no law to pre
vent men from wearing circus-poster
coats and walking with the arms , and
women swells should have equal rights.
What a blessing it would be , though , if
the law of good common fensc were to
become the permanent law of fashion.
TIIB reasonly Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is a favorite with to many people is
because it can alWays be depended upon. It's
prompt and effectual cures of coiiglis , colds ,
croup and whooping cough , have made it
standard and those who have used it prefer
it to any other. Sold by 31. A. Spalding and
T YTT F BROS
JLy JL JL JLL , JLJ ± vvywJ.
- * - * SHELF and
Cooking Stoves and Hanges.
C 7 v / '
Bain Wagons and Spring Wagons ,
Iron and V\food Pumps ,
SCREEN DOOBS AND WINDOWS , WHEEL BAEROWS ,
Walter A. Woods Mowers.
MANUFACTURING AND REPAIRING OF
Tin , Sheet Iron and Copper Ware a Specialty ,
aiccooK , Opp. Citizens Bank. NEBRASKA.
7 E !
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 Or
BOOKS At Half Price !
" \VeIl Bound , Finely Printed and Make Handsome Gifts.
Dickens , 35 Vol. , $9.73. Irving's Works. 10 Vol. , SC."iO. Kiiot's Works ,
8 Vol. , less than $ u. Hundreds of others in proportion. Sii : , 'le
books , 45c , to 65c. These prices can't be beat.