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VOLUME 2. MTCOOK ; RED WELLOW COUNTY , , THURSDAY , OCT. 11 , 1883. , NUMBER , 19.
Business Cards ,
I. J. STARBUJCK ,
AttorneyatLaw
- . > ; KR.
"Will Kite KH-U special attriulCTV lo the jirartlcr cf
av.jm _ < 1 innkliiK t-nllrrfloiK '
? "Illc'c - * ' '
wt S-t-omlbloefc north o'iJcivitr2' < leers uorll )
TCt-n'i ) druj : btorf.
JOHN A. LEE.
MERCHANT TAILOR
* . NMra ka.
Pag Ti. Francis , ,
> County SUrveyor
ounty.
K ( > pp < certittecli jiMts-of' Inmls in tlic
11 ItclicoL'k laud district. Special attention jrivfii
to nil suclnlrnsincsK.
Corrchpondence t-oltcit-
< * 'i' . * i-noStno
/O.TWiir.KY. St. ! > „ L. LEE JnuxcoK. M. I.T
to 11. M. K II. Ort > du3tc Wooster. O.
Drs. Willey & Johnson ,
McCOOK. - - NEB.
ill xt tend to all calls In tliGi city or country , day
. tifflce : Henrof CISzens' llnnlc.
\ ' " JO IIS * H. COLLINS ,
( ? OTTtractor and Builder.
"V Estimates viiee-rfiillyt pivcn on nil kirtds of
vorJc. Bst of rrferemjcs. : Addivt > s6r the
; ire v t by ninil. 18lyr.
McCOOK. - - NEBRASKA.
GONGDON -CLIFF , .
BRIGKLAYBRS & PLASTERERS ,
All Job's-Promptly attended to.
R * H : CRISWELL ,
' XOTAKY PUBLIC.
Attorneyat-L a w9 ,
Real Estate and 'Collection Agent ,
\ iMH.vNOLAjk. KEHBASKA.
Pre-EmptlimnJIoniMtcail' and Timber rultnrc Kn
[ > " rici , and all kinds of Law traslncxs promptly attend-
IllM ; , SANDERSON ,
Ho use & -Signi Pain ter.
JI'COOK , - NEB.
All work guaranteed. Give me e call.
Fred Treble ,
TONSOBIKL ARTiST.
McCOOK , - NEB
All nwk promptly attended to.
WM. McINTYKE ,
Contnactor aad. Builder
j OF LOUG EXPERIENCE :
All work warranted. All material
furnished "if/desired. , Vork done on
phoit notice.-
Employ ; the Beat Workmen
Me Cook , 17TtL Nebraska.
McGDOK HOTEL.
T.CST HOTEL Uv TOWX. GOOD ACCOMMODA
TION'S.
Y
Board bjp Day ; or WfeeR
GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS.
csr :
STANDARD'
LAUNDRY. WAX !
( Preserves Lie'i , givesa
beautiful finish , prsvsKts the
Iron from sticking" saves
5 - Pake ;
Ask your Storekeeper for it.
3Iadc by
Standard. Oil Co. ,
omo
- - - -
O. LATOURETTE ,
I ! DEALER IX | | -
Agricultural Implements
The- Largest Stock and' Lowest Prices in |
Red Willow County. '
,
Sign of the BIG AX. Three Doors South : of P. 0.
IHcCook , . Red Willow * Sounty , - Nebraska. ,
M. A. SPALDING ,
AGENT FOR THE"
STORY X GAWP
. AND. -
Estey Cabinet Orgians' !
Sold. low- , for cash , or 011 easy payments , orrented' until
the rent'pay for the organ. .
Catalogue With Price-List and Full Description Free.
'ML. A. SFOLDING , Agent.
McCOOK , - NEBRASKA *
' A\ WEEK !
\\'G can fmarnrtop the above amount to
aooif , active , cncrgcticr
Lndics ns well as Kcntlemcn , make nsuecess
in the bHsincs.- ' . Very little capital required.
Woliuvca hbiiMihold articleas sahUiIe as tlour.
IT SELLS ITSELF
It isiic < l every day in every family. Toil do
not need to explain its merits. Thtnrte si rich
harvest Tor all who embrace this tfoldun oppor
tunity. Jt costs you only one rent to learn
what'yfur biiine < tt5s. fiuy a postal card and
write"us , and we-will seudyou oucprot-pectus
uudTiiil particulursr
And ivo-lsnowyou will derive moro { rood than
you have any .dea of. Our reputation ax a
manufacturing company is such that we can
not afford to deci-h ? . AVrite to us on a postal '
and cive your address plainly and receive full
particulars.
particulars.BUCKEYE'M'FG CO. .
16-vr.- . Marion. Ohio.
; & HARWESS
Oppo-ltc Hotel on the htll. ,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
SADDLES ;
HARNESS ;
BEIDLES , .
COLLARS\ \
BRUSHES ,
COMBS ,
WHIPS :
Stock 'Sadclloy , Co-w-Bby out
lit. ? , and Spurs. .
|
R ; H. HAMILTON. I 1 l
LOAN AGENCY
a. L. LAWS .
,
SEOURB :
LOANS ON
PROPERTY
in ilcCook'j-aiul.on.
DEEDED CLAIMS
In Red Willow and adjacent
counties.
Ofllcc : Lnnd Office. MrCook. Xcbra ka.
RHE.LTM.AVTISM !
clief inuill Oases-by
BLOOD BOOT OIL
Cured of Eheumatism-ina-Hours ; , .
fW. r. . May a. 1882.
Drt KilRh's Jlrdlc.il Aasocliitfon :
GEXTLKMEV. I imvo been troubled with 'rhpuma-
tlsmifortwo jt-nrs. I .tried all the lic-.t tidvertlsed
oils and liniments. nnd"nmny ijrst-cl.ii-i iiliiV.chn *
nfthout relief TliclastDr I \I lti-d ri-ciuifmciidcd
ln. KCSH'H "IlLooo IStlOT Olu' ' 1 jiarrhnscila latja'
botth- for ttfty cents , and sppllrd It. . In two liouw
I was relieved and now I am entirely wnll. 'ittt
oftfeu are wonderful , ana I believe It the only thins
in the \vorld which will curtrhruiiiHttMra. .
Truly yours. JOHN HKTCHIKSOX.
89 EiieiJt.Uun-ali > . N. Y.
RUSH'S BLOOD 'ROOT OIL
hsino equil In the worlda * uLIniinent-or II. His
a chcnp-safe. simple and snre external remedy for
man and beat ! . . It net er falls to cure
RHEUMATISM !
Kcuragla. ! , ? clatiea , I.umb o. Backache. Sureties * ol
the hiwt. Gout , Quliuy. SonThrn.u. . bneilliw > .i il
J'pralnsBums and Scalds , Cent-nil BoUIIy 1'aint1.
'J'ooth.har and Ilwiiirtche , Frosted Feet and h.ir.ar.d
all other Pains and Adieu. - It Is put up tu two -.l/ci.
Price 25andoU . Sold . .
cento. Hydrup.-I-t.-'eieriulitre ,
or sent dlicct iiion rect-ipt of-jirlcf l-y Pit. Hi > iis
JlEi > ifAt.As.v > ciATtoNunda , N. Y17 S. A.
Woman's Heallh Journal
t
Contains valuable information on the diseases
of' women only. 1'uWiHhfd by flirty I'hy&i-
cians who have made lh ( e peculiar w ak-
iie.sses of thu sex their ole tndy for jeurd.
It KJvef the caiiMn. symptoms , and si sure
homo treatment for Prolapau TJtfjri or Falling
of thy Womb. inUmnation and Klcerution > f
thu uorab and all dispktceinenta Loucorrhiwa
or Whites. "Irrcjruhir. sni > precl or painful
Menstruation. Flooding 'KJlc aud r\o .5
Ilcaducho , Indijrt-.tio . Dyspop-ia. ifuaniiuit : .
Weakness in Hack and stomach , scrofula.
Pains in Side , Dir.7.5ni Kidney Complaint.
Harrcnne-i. . NervonProstration. . Deprf-saiou
of SpiritC5em nil Debility of Woiut-n and
cham.'eoi'life. Sent i > n -ceiptof six cents in
? tamp- : . AddreiDr. . icnsh'e Me Ucal Ad = oeii-
lion. Nunda , New Yori : .
GENERAL NEWS.
Dn. MAUV WALICEK irf going to re-
bide in Eigandaud ! the Jioston Courier * w
thinka f > he ought to take u\ ) Her resi
dence hi Middlesex.-
Moony : and Saiskey have gone to a
foreign shore to spread the go.spel and
subdnuthe unconverted. The } ; will at
first" devote : i couple of weeks to the
south of Irelandand , then take in Lon
don in the prosecution of their laboys.
Mu. VAXDEHBILT handed in his per
sonal check the other iky in New York
for $190,000 in payment of hid taxes-
for the year. IIu * proposesto - get'
even by watering th'e stock of some or.
the half a dozen roads which he
control : * .
A COIUIESPOXDEXT who saw Alfonso ,
the Spanish king , at Hamburg.says he .
is an insipid little creaturewho is giv-
'en to cigarettes and garlic. lie loves -
to drive-out. behind fine horses , and'is
! evidently umlfcr the-irKprossion that tlic- * >
people are anxious to see hitav
Tun university of Edinburgh is soon-
to celebrate the 30th anniversary of its . ' '
establishment. The occasion will be *
commemorated'l y the expenditure of'
30000 on new buildings for the medical - .
ical school , on which marly 200,000- * l - I ,
has been spent the last ten years. * |
R..C..CORN WELL of Crete , a teacher ;
i
by profession , has dissappeared ! from- >
that place , after embezzling a large
sum of money A reward iu offered' j j ? |
[ for Cornwell's arrest and detection. tarn
Cornwell is about fifty years old , and"
ivrhen he left Crete had along dark.
; bfeard and moustache. He has a dark
complexion. with , dark hair and dark. 14-
oyes-.and ii. about five feet , six : inches * %
tall. . ' h
THE hencF Srakeroen- oneof 'the * t
Plattsmouth bridge division crews had.
a very narrow escape the other morn
ing. As the train' was- coining this
vray throug.Ii the cut lie attempted.to
step from the top ofone - b ( x * car to
another , * ard missing his footholfll B'e
k
fell between the cars , striking in.sueh.ft'
manner on the couplings as to- bounce jjkltj
off beyond the reach ofthe rapidly run
ning car wheels. Bee.
A SVXDICATE of Cleveland e.ipit -f
alists has pUrchascd tuc1 Denver , Utalu
& Pa iffc.-rulfead for$250.000 in cash.
T
and $ (500.000 ( in firfct mortgage bond ? , . ,
equal to $20,000 per mile. The first W
move made by the new owners will be to * *
the road. x
thoroughly equip An effort
will be made to have trains outer and i
depart from the Union depot in Uftirvtr
and eoninience.runnuig.'piisscnger trains , .
to Longinont and Bo abler. Next year
it is proposed to push fhe-exten ion of *
the > rood as originally laid oat } : nu to
conncctiwith. the Greeley. L'ongmont &
Western. roa l and build as fg- north as J.
Cheyenne. It is thought the. local traffic
ficon thisroad. . will more than ( ayr
good interest oii i.iic
31 R. EVA UTS-has
lighted witli the X rth -J'a'cific and
the empire which.is tribiitAry. 11 iu _ ! e
tUati it < coiinu ind an uiiCMiiu'tl
, area ; that it i : , : /l >
miles nearer China from XewYor'-c-.tii in
any other through roadand , that uiith'i
Xortheni'harborrf ate good. This is ail
good.says-the S-.ilt-Luke ; Tribune , but
the route ? not remarkable in that wnv.
Its chief advantage . is that.alongJieariv CJ , /
the vrhole length of tfie road there arc -
places for homes.where people can nuke
ja good living and swll as a madrf-nofc become - - v
come too rich. Throughout moat of"
the route of the Northern Pacific there
: .re not ; fining to be manyvery ric.h luer. '
and veiT fev\ very poor men. Thh i3.
thi hot feature of that region , for that -
mean ? thousands of prosperous ? nj <
rontpnt fl iaipiilit'S nnd cosfortabic itl
not too eirirjut honied

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