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! WEEKLY TRIBUNE.
THURSDAY , DECEMBER 6 , 1883. LOCAL NEWS. Fresh Oysters at Joe's. Graham Flour at City Bakery. Fresh Oysters at the City Bakery. Boot Jack eating tobacco at Rogers. ' Choice Apples , $4.50 per bbl. , at Rogers. ' Buckwheat , Flour and Maple Syrup at Rogers. ' For the best Flour in town call at City Bakery. ' Headquarters for Holiday Goods at S. L. Green's. A full line of the very best cigars at the B. & M. Pharmacy. Christinas Goods , by the car load , to arrive at C. H. Rogers. ' Don't buy your Christmas Goods un til you see them at Rogers. ' Don't fail to go and see that fine lot of handsome vases at Green's. Alma is greatly puffed up over the opening of. their Opera House. The best fine cut chewing tobacco in the city at B. & M. Pharmacy. Don't forget that Rogers is the place to buy your Christmas presents. A large assortment of the best Per fumeries and Extracts made , at Green's. Still on the increase. W. 0. Russell will read THE TRIBUNE for six months. The famous Boot Jack chewing to bacco for sale at the B. & M. Pharmacy. Social dance , by reason of too heavy a mist , was postponed until next Wed nesday evening. Just received , 5,000 "Doctor's Choice , " the best nickle cigar made , at B. & M. Pharmacy. The Methodist brethren are building n church on Red Willow creek about sis miles from McCook. The members of the Ladies' Union wil ! meet at the residence of Mrs. J. F. Kcnyon , Friday afternoon. Standard Poems , Toy Books for the children , and a large miscellaneous col lection of books at Green's. Manager Colvin gave the boys anoth er opportunity to "trip the light fantas tic toe , " Thanksgiving evening. An eight-ox team which passed through town , Tuesday , eastward , crea ted no little stir among the boys. At Green's you will find the hand- somi-st Cards Christmas , Birthday and [ Reward , ever brought to McCook. Choice Potatoes for 50 cents pe oushel , in wagon load lots 45 cents pe Imsbel , at Hayden & McCartney's. XXXXRiverton and Perfectiln JFlour , the best in the market , for $2.jp per cwfc. at Hayden & McCartney's. The B. & M. Pharmacy will , ifl a few day. , open up a large invoice lof F fine medicines , perfumery and d : gists' sundries. For anything in the Jewelry lineca on H. Byron , who has just opened up1 * a full and handsome stock , new and of the most artistic designs. The Band has made arrangements with Donovan's Original Tennesseans , and that first-class troupe of plantation song singers will be here the 1st or "d of January. Range cattle on the Frenchman and Stinking Water , enter the winter months fat and in good condition. The stock men are all prepared with feed for bad weather. Cattle that have been- driven in from the east are not looking first V rate. " Crop of calves , good average , w itX S * " * X fe desire to call the attention of our Overseer of Streets and Highways , Mr. A. C. Campbell , to the condition of Dennison street , west of the bank. We also suggest that our popular Superintendent - | perintendent can "get back" at the | "boys , " by compelling them to worl kA on the street. Colorado Hard Coal at $12.00 per ton. We guarantee this coal to be su perior to any Eastern hard coal. 27-4t. CHICAGO LUMBER YARD. S. L. Green has just"receivcdforthc Holidays , a full line of Albums , photo and autograph , Dressing-Cases , Toilet Sets , Handbags , Dolls , wax and china , and Toys of every description. Go and inspect them before buying elsewhere. H. Byron has just received a fine stock of Jewelry , Watches , Clock ? , Rings , Diamond , Set and Plain , Casters , Toilet Sets , Tilters , Fruit Stands , and Napkin Rings , all of the very best ma terial , and latest designs. Now is the time to inspect his stock and select while the stock is complete and new. We have in stock a fine line of the latest style calling cards , also suitable type , and are prepared to accommodate all who desire a nice card. Our job department is fitted out with new type and presses , and we are constantly adding the latest job faces. ( Jive us a call , for we think we can do your job work in a neat and tasty manner. The Red Cloud Creamery made 19- 835 pounds of butter during the months of June and July , for which the farm ers of Webster county received § 2,569.- 62. An institution of this kind would be a fine thing in this community , and some one ought to take the initiatory in the matter. All that is lacking is some one to take the matter in charge. The American hog must go from our streets. It were a sad deprivation , but we believe we could forego hearing the comfortable grunt of the scores of fat hogs that daily meander through our thoroughfares. McCook makes well nigh too recherche a sty at any rate. Our city dads we are under the impres sion are preparing a pole of dimensions for the purpose. Mayor Berger has initiated a reform which would greatly improve the ap pearance of our city , if more of our businessmen and others were to "fol low suit. " His honor has been burning all the paper and other debris in the rear of his store. Give this matter your attention , business men , and burn your paper and other things which you now sweep out , and our streets will assume a more respectable appearance shortly. The beautiful weather of the past month has made business at the Land Office very brisk. Mayhap this coun try is not worth anything , but by the way land is being entered , we are led to think otherwise. There seems to ie an unusually large number of men wlio are willing to test the matter , and those who have the stamina will reap the har vest. It has been demonstrated that the Republican Valley can raise crops and good ones. . At the annual meeting of the Band , which was held on Tuesday evening , J. F. Kenyon was elected to succed W. F. Wallace to the Secretaryship , Geo. M. Chenery to succeed J. A. Lee as Treas urer. Dr. L.L. Johnson was retained as Manager , which position he has filled satisfactorily , as evinced by his re- election. A vote of thanks was return- nd to the ladies who so ably assisted the band in their recent entertainment. The members of the organization are doing good work practicing and ard making rapid strides toward proficiency in the art. " J. R. PHelan , who has the buildir of the Menard brick under his supei- vision , gives us the following informa tion : The building will be 100 x 50 , two stories high. The first floor will be divided into two store rooms , and the second story will contain a hall 48 x 58 , with a stage 15 x 33 , the ceilings being 14 feet high. The remainder of the second floor will be taken up by apartments to be occupied by Mr. Me nard and family. The roof which will be a flat one will be of. iron , and the structure which will be completed not .later than April -1st , will , beyond Vjeradventure , be the finest.and costliest I pne wes't of Hastings. The excavatior /will / be. made and the foundation built , Uimmediately , and Mr. Mejiard. will ar rive here the last of the month , anc * the superstructure hurried to cornple- tion under his personal superintendence PERSONAL SQUIBS. R. M. Snavely of Indianola , made us a call , Monday. S. J. Clifford of Carrico was in Mc Cook , Tuesday. Sheriff Welborn was around among the boys , Tuesday. Dennis McKillip , of Thornburg , was in town , Tuesday. Mr. Sanders of the Dining Hall , went to Denver , Monday night. V Joseph Dudek of the Willow , will read THE TRIBUNE henceforth. - i V. N. McCandlish , a Culbertson cattle man called to sec us on Saturday. Mr. J. F. Forbes went to Red Cloud , Saturday and returned on No. lSunday. Charlie Fisher is down from the ranch , enjoying the metropolis for a eason. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lytle and U. S. Commissioner Straut of Indianola , were n town , Monday. G. L. Laws , Esq. , put in Thanks- riving Day at Orleans , where he-attend ed-a G. A. R. meeting. I. T. Birdsall adds his name to THE TRIBUNE'S increasing subscription list , nd still there's room. Mrs. T. S. Bosley returned from vis- ting at Fairmont on Thursday , improv- d in health , but still rather weak. Sam. Ashuiore spent part of last week in town on his way from Indianola , o ihe Judge's ranch in Hayes county. Mr. Chapman , the Gazette-Journal solicitor , made us a short call on Tues- lay morning. Mr. C. is doing most ffective work for the G.-J. Co. Rev. Allen Bartley called at this office on Monday. Rev. Bartley has charge of the Methodist churches at liis place and Culbertson. Israel Wood of Laird , Frontier coun- ; y , was in McCook , Monday , and made iual proof of his claim. "Yankee" ikewise remembered ye editor. L. J. Roberts and J. T. Twiss , of [ jaird , Frontier county , were in town , Monday , attending to land business , making final proof and contesting. Mr. J. F. Gardner of the Beaver Times steps down and out , and L. Kins man takes the scissors and paste pot nto custody. The opportunities are great for improvement. R. H. Hamilton of Indianola , was a caller at these headquarters , Tuesday. We are informed that Mr. Hamilton will remove to McCook as soon as he disposes of some personal property ho lias at Indianola. Dr. P. Boyle started for Illinois Thursday afternoon. The Dr.'s eyes have been troubling him so much , ior ome time past , that he decided to take rest among the "Suckers" in Rock sland county , until he becomes well. ' J. E. Cochran , Esq. , of Oberlin , Kan- i as , family and household goods arrived fi McCook on Tuesday. Mr. Cochran .ad to move family and goods by wag- n. They are now occupying the house recently built by Mr. C. below the Land Office. Mr. Henry Boyle , "the prince of the lightning jerkers" arrives from Kansas City to-day , to accept a situation with the Western Union Telegraph company here. Dallas ( Tex. ) Herald. Mr. Boyle is a brother of Charlie of our city. * - J\rs. \ Willey and daughter , Miss Or- pha , arrived in McCook on Tuesday. The Doctor has had' a peculiar , way-off , eastern look for a week or more , which we will miss from his countenance , as the new arrivals will remain here during the winter. Our sanctum sanctorum was graced,1 Saturday , by a call from Miss Theresa Wilkinson and Miss Hattie Papin of 13t. Louis , and Miss Rowell of our city. The young ladies from St. , Xouis were making their "partfqg" calls in Mo- Cook , They ha.ve been visiting W , Ht McCartney of Indianola , for the past. two months , and left for their city io on COMPLETED ! The Wagon Bridge Over the Re publican Hirer at JlcCook- The First Wagon Passed Over on Wednesday Afternoon. . Quite a delegation of our prominent business men and our reporter , went down , Wednesday afternoon , to witness the completion of the wagon bridge over Vic llepublican River , about one-half /ile below McCook. A large number ' of men were rapidly putting on the fin ishing touches , and in about a half hour after their arrival , the first wagon pass ed over the bridge. The bridge is com posed of 9 spans of 32 feet each in length , resting upon piles driven into he bottom of the river about 15 feet. The entire length of , the bridge is 308 feet , 'and the structure , a solid , sub stantial one , costing § 1,400 , is well built and firmly secured throughout Mr. McCarty of Kansas , is the builder. A good road has been graded over the bluff on the north side , and also on the low ground on the south approach. The completion of this bridge is a great convenience to the farmers , and a big thing to our business men , as a great deal of trade which they failed to get on account of the great difficulty often experienced in fording the river here , will now naturally flow this way. Thus we record the beginning of anoth er advance in the prosperity of McCook. The view one gets of McCook just as you circle around the bluff after cross ing the bridge is the finest to be obtain ed anywhere around , and McCook looms up handsomely. NOTICE. All persons knowing themselves to be indebted to the Chicago Lumber Yard will please call at our office and settle , either in cash or note , on or be fore January 1st , 1884. We are clos ing our business for the year , and must have all open accounts balanced. 27-4t. FREES & UOCKNELL. Estray tNotice. . Strayed from my premises 14- miles north of McCook , a black sow pig , about G months old. Information lead ing to recovery of same will , be thank fully received. JOHN F. COLLINS. FOR SALE. A fine upright piano of Simpson & Co.'s make , which I will sell for $350 cash. Apply to THUS. MCCARTNEY. McCook , Neb. , Dec. 5. ORDINANCE NO. 1. Declaring and Organizing the Town of Mc Cook as a Village. WHEREAS , On the 24th day of November , A. D. , 18S3 , the Town of McCook , in the county of lied Willow and Stutc of Nebraska , was duly organized by and under the provisions of Chapter 14 ot the completed Statutes of the State of Nebraska , entitled Cities of the second end class and Villages , and has ever since re mained and now is so organized : THEREFORE , BE IT OUUAIXEU , Uy the Chairman and Board of Trustees of the Village of McCook : SECTION 1. That the Town of McCook Is hereby incorporated and declared a .Village under an act entitled an act to amend section forty of an act entitled an act to provide for the organization , government and powers of Cities and Villages , approved March 1st , 187U. SECTION S. The name of said Village shall be the Village of McCook. having the follow ing boundaries : Commencing on the S. W. corner S. E. Ji section I'J ; thence E. V/2 miles to S. W. corner S. W. ? i section 21 ; thence S. along section line 10 Uepublican river ; thence Westerly along N. bank of river to S. E. corner lot 1. section 3 ; thence W. to intersection of section line between sections 31 and 32 ; thence N. to N. B. corner section 31 ; thence W. & mile to S. W. corner S. E. H section 30 ; thence N. on ; ; section line to beginning. SECTION 3. This Ordinance shall be in force and take effect from and after its passage. SECTION 4. This Ordinance shall bo publish ed in two consecutive issues of the McCoOK TRIIJUNE according to law. Passed and approved Dec. 3,18S3. Attest : J. E. BERGKB , F. M. KIMMELL , Clerk. Chairman U. S. Land Office. McCook , Xeb. , December 1st , 1683. J Complaint bavins been entered at this office by William Mclntyre apalnst Si-muel A. Vettit for fail ure to comply with law as to timber-culture entry 1364. dated t North Platte , Xeb. , March 20. 18SO , upon the feouttiwcst quarter section 22 , township 4 north , range 29 west. In Hed Willow conaty , Neb. , with a view to the cancellation of satd entry : con testant alleging that said Pettlt has failed Coring the year ending March 2l , 1881 , to break 5 acres ot said land and that he has failed during the year ending March 20. 1831 to cu'tlvatu any part c.f said Jand and that no pirt of said tract has ever Ueeu planted to trees , seeds or cuttings ; the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this olBce OB the 1-JtU day of January , 1SS4 , at 10 o'clock , A. M. , to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged failure. 27-4t. G. L. LA rt S , Ki-glstcr. Notice of Application for License to Sell Malt , Spirituous and Vinous Liquors In the Village of McCook , Neb. Notice is herebr given that on the Fifth day Of December , 1883 , Joseph Rraun presented to the Board of Trustees ot the Village of McCook , his petition in legal form , signed by thirty res ident freeholders of the village and accompa nied by his bond given in the eum of live thousand Dollars , asking that license be grant- fed to said Joseph Braun to soil Malt. Spirituous ml Vinous Liquors in the Village of McCook , eb. F. M. KIMMELL , Clerfc. PATENTS I F. A. Lehmann , Solicitor of American and Foreign Patents , AVashlngton , D. C. All business connected f with Patents , whether before the Patent Office or I ( he Courts , promptly attended to ? No charge made 1 unless a p tent Is secur < } ilA nd.fpr. circular. . 25.-S. . One Thousand Bottles of Marsh's Go- ! . den Blood and Livtr Tonic to be Given Away. , Everybody in MoCook , who is suffering , ing from Scrofula , Chronic Rheuma tism , Jaundice , Biliousness , Dyspepsia , Costiveness , Headache , Loss of Appe tite , Backache , Femnlc "Weakness , Ner vous Derangement , General Debility , or any Blood , Liver , Kidney , Stomacher or Bowel .disorder can obtain a trial bottle of MARSH'S GOLDEN BLOOD & LIVER TONIC , free of charge , by calling at S. L. Green's drug store , McCook. Persons who have tried this valuable medicine can procure the large bottles at 50 cents and $1 , It purifies the Blood , invigorates the Liver , Stomach and Bowels , regulates the Kidneys , and strengthens the systom- For all diseases of the Throat and Lungs use MARSH'S GOLDEN BALSAM , the great oough remedy. Sample bottle tle free. FLOUR AND FEED. Schaupp & Son's Grand Island flour : "Cream , " the best in the market ; "Fancy , " equal to any ; Straight grade ; Graham ; Corn meal , white bolted ; Bran ; Chop feed ; ear and sliellcd corn , Apple ? by the peek or barrel. Pota toes by the wagon load. Fresh pork , antelope and venison , at C. E. McPiiERSON's , West Dennison St. , MoCook. NOTICE , All monies due the TIUHU.NK for sub scription come by the terms of the sale to me. Parties who know themselves to be in arrears for subscription will be warmly ' \ received at any time , if they come ca.sh ' in hand. F. M. & E. M , KI.MAIELL , Publishers. SPECIAL NOTICE. We will continue to send the TRIB UNE to all persons whose names appear s on Mr. Israel's subscription list. If * . . there bo anyone who desires to discon- j tinue the paper , he will notify us afe once , otherwise he will be held liable j for the paper sent to his address. ' ' Wanted. To buy four claims ( or deeded land ) with WATER and TIMBERin Red Wil low county. Xo fancy prices paid. Address , G.G. BURTON , if 22-tf. Hastings , Neb. i jis For Sale or Trade. I We have a number of wood stoves to sell or trade for wood , * 26'lmo. COLVIN & RUSSELL. HEART DISEASE ITTTTD TC'T * TJ > - % U r * t- f A - < J j Dr. Rush's Regulator , FOR HEART TROUBLES. "Win. O. OsRoodby. the well-knowa safe manu facturer of Uuffalo , riill.idelrihla. Ptttslmrg , New ark , and Atlanta , Ga. , bays ; OFFICE OF O.-ooo UY'8 IMPROVED S > rzs ItS.Uroaa.STeet. Vl ATWXTA. Ga. . October i.th. 18SI. Dr. ISusVs Mc HcaJ Association ; DKAU DOCTOE& . The three , bottles of "Dr. KucU't. Regulator" I ordered ; were received by express last week. I haretakea nearly one bottle and aw V thoroughly nattsftea with tlio result. For over two. " 4 years 1 have heto troulilwl with sharp- pain at my heart. Mj physician , upon examination , pronounced It enlargement oj the- heart and was tnaUle to frlvo + me any relief. The trouble BTCW worse anttl i ltad become convinced that I could not l > e cared. Whllo In New York City , last week. I called upon one of the most prcniluet physicians there , who ci.arKcd me f , ti5 for an examination and thca recommended your "Hegulator. " Knowlof : yen to t * a regular Medical Association , and not a patent medicine scheme I or- . . deri-d the three bottles. I have not bten troubled since I commHice'd taking It , liut shaU continue and i take the entire tljree bottles so as to obtalo a perma- . nenv cure. You have my sincere thanka. I sua. gcntlea > Very respectfully. Wa. G. OSGOODB.V. Dr. Rushes Regulator has aever failed tftgiro r ej. It has be ued suc cesstuHy for years In subduing the weft stubborn. cage of heart difficulties. A positive cure for Kn- largttoeor. PaljilMton. Flnttestnx and Fatty Degen eration of the beart. Price , . * t.OO per bottle ; six for t5J30. ScM by drupgists. orBeaS direct by DK. HUSK'S MKMCAJU ASSOCIATION V. S Woman's Health Journal Contains valuable information on the diseases of women only. Published by Lady Physi cians vrho huvV made- these peculiar weak nesses of the sex their sole study for years. It gives the causes , symptoms , ami a sure home treatment for Prolapsus Uteri orFallinjr of the Womb , innarnatton and Ulccration ot the womb and all displacements. Leucorrh Kii or Whites. Irregular , suppressed or painful Menstruati&a. Flooding. Sick and Nervous Headache , Indigestion. Dyspepsia , Heartburn , Weakness in Back and stomach. Scrofula. Pains in Side. Jtfzxinees Kidney Complaint. Banonncss. Nervou * Prostrutfoa * Repression ; of Spirits , General Debility of TTomen and change of life. Sent on. receipt of six cents in stamps. Address , Dr. Rush'sMedfcatAssocia tion , Nunda. New York. CONSUMPTION CUBED. An old pftystclaiv rettrtd from a tve- practice , having had plaewl Sv hlu hands by a East India Mlsi-Ionary theA > rmtda of a s4ijej l * vegstablc dy for the speedy and. prcaancet c e ot Gonsamp- tlon. IlroncbJtU. Catarrh , Asthma , , and all Throat and tung nffestlons , alro a poeftlro ani radicalcnro for general Debility acd all nervous complaint ? . after having Hioronghly tested -wonderful ciira- V tire powers lathomandu ofcascn. . f-eeis It his duty rte to make it known to his suffering fellows. Tho. recipe will be sent free of charpc. to nil who cleslro lr , with full directions for preparing and succcs - f ully uMng. Addres . with Ktnnip. naming this pa per. DP. . .T. C. KAYXOXV. . l i AVasblajrton Street ft Brooklvn , . 2f. \ \ " ' ' ' " mil /il