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TF1UHSDAY , DECEMBER 13 , 1883. INTELLIGENCE. Fresh Oysters at Joe's. Graham Flour at City Bakery. Fresh Oysters at the City Bakery. Boot Jack eating tobacco at Rogers. ' J/Frcsh Oysters received daily at G ump's. Choice Apples , § 4.50 per hbl. , at Rogers. ' Everybody went to see the bridge , Sunday. Our city dads will meet on Saturday evening. Buckwheat , Flour and Maple Syrup sit Rogers. ' For the best Flour in town call at City Bakery. Headquarters for Holiday Goods at S. L. Green's. S. II. C'olvin intends holding a dance Christmas week. A full line of the very best cigars at the B. & M. Pharmacy. Christmas Goods , by the car load , to arrive at-C. H. Rogers. ' Remember the Sociable at the Dining Hall on Friday , the 21st. Don't buy your Christmas Goods un til you sec them at Rogers. " McCook , like the redoubtable Eli , is getting there in fine st3le. Don't fail to go and see that fine lot of handsome vases at Green's. 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. The famous Boot Jack chewing to- Lacco for sale at the B. & M. Pharmacy. A number of strangers in town dur- 'Ing the past week looking after some more desert land. We arc having "perfectly lovely" weather , and many there arc taking advantage thereof. A gentleman from Alma was in Mc Cook , the first of the week , tuning pianos. Exultemus ! Just received , 5.000 "Doctor's Choice , " the best nickle cigar made , jit B. & M. Pharmacy. Standard Poems , Toy Books for the children , and a large miscellaneous col lection of books at Green's. At Green's you will find the hand- * ' somrst Cards Christmas , Birthday and Reward , ever brought to McCook. Choice Potatoes for 50 cents per bushel , in wagon load lots 45 cenfs per Imshel , at Haj'den & McCartney's. X X X X Riverton and Perfection i I Tlour , the best in the market , for $2.25 per cwt. at Hayden & McCartney's. Willcy & Co. , have been making much needed improvements in their < lrug store , by the addition of drawers , shelves , etc. The B. & M. Pharmacy will , in a few days , open up a large invoice of fine medicines , perfumery and drug gists' sundries. Theatrical companies now advertise that they will ticker a dude to death every nighl. The race ought soon to become extinct. r < For anything in the Jewelry line , call on H. Byron , who has just opened up a full and handsome stock , new and of the most artistic designs. Mr. II. C. Rider says he has erected $ on an average two buildings every month since Spring. Mr. Rider now has three or four in course of erection. 5f "W > call your attention to the adver- i' % tsements of J. E. Cochran , recently re- _ , . 3 * ° our C J from Oberlin , Kansas , il 3rind : lawyer of year's of experience. 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. J. F. Gump is closing out his stock of groceries , canned goods , and in fact his entire stock , positively at cost. Mr. Gump is going out of the business. Ladies and gentlemen of Indianola and Culbertson who want to enjoy them selves , Friday , the 21st , should attend the Social at the Eating House on that evening. No. 40 was delayed two hours , Wednesday , by the engine becoming disabled above Culbertson. An engine went out from here and brought the train in. The first lady or gentleman at the McCook Skating Rink , each evening and Saturday afternoon , will be given the use of a pair of skates for one hour gratis. L. LEE JOHNSON. Those desiring to purchase tiekets for the Social at the B. & M. Dining Hall on the 21st , should call at THE TRI BUNE office. Tickets , 50 cents for each individual. In company with our obliging peda gogue , Charlie Boyle , we took a drive through the country north of town , the first of "the week. We traveled over some as fine land as there is in Nebraska. We are informed that J. P. Haiglcr , of Haigler , Dundy county , has disposed of his stock ranch. The sale was made on Tuesday , and the sum paid was $75- 000. The ranch comprised 800 acres. We still have some of those calling cards , and we do neat and tasty work at the TRIBUNE office , too. Call and examine our specimens , and judge for yourselves , before sending your work away. Parties are now at work putting down a well for J. B. Mcservc on his ranch south of the Republican. Mr. Meserve has had tanks and troughs made and will plant a mill as soon as the well is finished. Teachers were obliged to dismiss school early , Tuesday afternoon , on ac count of the soot burning out of the long pipe , filling the room with smoke and otherwise making the school room rather unpleasant. Prof. A. J. Dill will deliver a free lecture in the Band Hall on Sunday evening , December 17th , at 7 o'clock , P. M. , on the "Life and Times of Mary Queen of Scots. " Also , prelude on 'Evolution of Thought. " S. L. Green has just received , for the 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. Our Land Office is doing a big busi ness. Land is being entered and con tests instituted every day. "Uncle Sam" wages 1GO acres of fine land that homesteaders can't live on it five years , and there many who are going to test the matter. The ladies of the Episcopal church intend holding a Sociable in the B. & M. Dining Hall on Friday , the 21st of this month. If you desire to spend an enjoyable evening in dancing and par taking of the choice edibles which the ladies will spread before you on that occasion , don't fail to be there. The musical talent of McCook held a concert at the room of Messrs. Mc Cartney and Chenery. Sunday night , at which some fine music was played. Solos were performed on almost every instrument from a mouth organ to a piano , and the evening's program con cluded with a brief ( but touching ) open air exercise. We take this opportunity to state to our subscribers that we will club with any newspaper they desire. We have propositions from a score of different papers , all over the country , agricul tural , literary , etc. , but cannot afford to give more than this local notice of the same. Call and we will procure you any paper you want. Terms made known at the time. The Band will give another enter tainment on the 28th. Look for pos ters , etc. , in due time. II. Byrou has just received a fine stock of Jewelry , Watches , Clocks , 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. A freight and a construction train collided , Friday evening , just east of Indianola , throwing the caboo. c of the construction train containing about twenty-five hands , the freight caboose and the tool car down an embankment and strange to relate without injury to any one. Both conductors will be on the "retired lint" for the nonce. We have in stock a fine line of the latest style calling cards , also suitable type , and arc prepared to accommodate all who desire a nice card. Our job department is fitted out with new type and presses , and we arc constantly adding the latest job faces. Give us a call , for we think we can do your jol work in a neat and tasty manner. Our ordinances , recently passed , arc being put to good use. Two individuals who have been engaging in the manly ( ? ) occupation of gambling in our commu nity for some weeks past were arrested on last Thursday afternoon , and fined # 30 and costs. Now , let the good work continue. A stranger has the same right to violate the law and ordinance as a citizen , and the one should not be heavily fined and the other allowed to go scot free. Every such plain viola tion of law should be dealt with ' 'impar tially , " or the ordinance repealed. The Social Club dance , postponed last Wednesday night on account of a superabundance of moisture , was held yesterday evening , and was most thor oughly enjoyed. Some young toughs , at different times during the evening , disturbed the dance by pounding on the side of the building , and concluding from the terrific noise produced , they must have used large chunks of wood. This may be fun for the boys , but there are healthier things that arc funny , and they had better look after them. Anoth er dance next Wednesday evening. All those who have land business be fore the Land Office at McCook , Ne braska , or the Department at Wash ington , are invited to call on or address the undersigned , who has had many years experience in Land Office busi ness , and who will be glad to transact any business in that line , such as con tests , homestead entries , timber-cul ture entries , and special applications , all of which will be done on reasonable terms and entire satisfaction given. J. E. COCHUAN , 1st Door South U. S. Land Office , 28-tf. McCook , Nebraska. It is with feelings of regret that we record the removal of our townsman , J. E. Cochran , and family , to McCook. Neb. They have been residents of Oberlin for about four years. Mrs. Cochran is a lady in every sense of the word , and will be missed in Oberlin so ciety very much , as she is a lady of high literary attainments and held the respect , love and esteem that culture and an amiable disposition always beget. Mr. C. is a high-minded , energetic , pub lic spirited Christian gentleman , which characteristics , together with his pro fessional attainments , secured for him in 1882 the strongest vote for County Attorney , in proportion to the number polled , ever cast for a candidate in Decatur county , which position he re signed to follow his profession in his new home. We commend them to the good people of McCook. Oberlin Eye. 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-it. FREES & HOCKNELL. PERSONAL SQUIBS. E. II. McCormick is able to be around again. Mrs. J. B. Mcscrve .is visiting in Illinois. A. II. Fitch , of the Omaha Bee , was in McCook , Monday. J. S. Modrcll was one of the welcome ones at our sanctum , this week. Colonel Snavely came up from Indi anola on land business , Saturday. . C. G. Crews of Culbcrtson was in McCook , Wednesday , on business. Captain Straut and Charles Love of Culbertson were in the metropolis ou Monday. Mrs. W. S. Perry was called to Ohio on Tuesday by illness in the family of Mr. Perry. Mrs. J. B. Morton of Friend , is visiting her sister , Mrs. J. P. Israel , of our city. Jos. Williams of Vail ton was in town on Saturday , attending to land business for Mr. Forsey of the same place. J. F. Collins , who has been absent building a church and store at River- ton , returned on Saturday. Will Warren has quite cooking at the Dining Hall , and is taking it easy foi the present while looking for a soft place. Mr. Wissenburg of Crete , wis in Mc Cook ou Saturday , looking after land a very common occurrence in this vi cinity nowadays. Patrick Egan of Lincoln , and Father Fanning of Orleans , came to McCook on No. 1 , Saturday night , and went cast on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. A. C. Root of Cooperstown , Dakota , mother of Mrs. L. L. Johnson , arrived in McCook , Friday , and will spend the winter with her daughter in the Magic City. C. A. Lyman and G. I. Smiley of Nebraska City , and two other gentle men whose names we were unable to ascertain , were in town a number of days last week and the first of this week , looking after land. James Chambers of our city , and his father and brother William , of Wiota , Iowa , made THE TRIBUNE a call Tues day. The old gentleman expressed him self as being most agreeably disappoint ed in this countiy , the prevailing idea being that nothing could flourish in this region , at his home. All who conic to the Republican Valley express this same surprise at finding a much finer country than they had any idea. Those who have faith in the soil of this Valley predict that it will be one of the finest agricultural portions of this state in the near future. Donavin's "Original" Tennesseeans are Coming ! Donavin's Original Tennesseeans , the celebrated troupe of Colored Vocalists which assisted in building the Central Tennessee College at Nashville , and the same company that has given more than 3 < )00 ) concerts will visit McCook , for the first time , about January 5th , and pre sent their new and varied programme. They desire , particularly , not to be con founded with "Jubilee Singers , " for the reason that they are really cultured vocalists , and present a strictly first- class concert. We have before us the most favorable press notices , which guarantee us in promising one of the best of entertainments. For Sale or Rent. Store building and lot , best business corner in McCook , Nebraska. For price and terms , appty to Citizen's Bank of McCook. or J. W. Dolan , Indianola , Nebraska. 2S-2t. LOST. A note for $20 in favor of W. M. Rollins , and against S. B. Wookcy. Finder will confer a favor.by returning same to owner. A Girl Wanted. A girl wanted to do iron oral house work. Apply at CITIZENS BANK. WANTED. A load of cut wood , immediately , at this office. Cash paid. ADIEU. At a meeting of the Oberlin Bar As sociation , Real Estate Agents , Members of the Press , County Officers , and ex- County Officers , held in the office of J. C. Wilson , Esq. , on Saturday , December 1st , 1883 , the following preamble and resolutions were adopted : WIIKKKAS , J. K. Coclinin , a prominent mem ber of tills Imr , has decided to seek now past ures anil sever kit ) business relations with thu people nt this county , JvKSOLVKU , That we receive the news of our brother's Intended departure , which severs our huKinebS relations' , with fccllngtt of heart felt srnlne.ami it is hureliy ltKSU.VKi > , That in tin- four years of ills res idence miioiitf us , we have ever found him a faithful clti/.cn , a xenial , high-minded Kentle- inuii , a careful counselor , u reliable and utili ; attorney. HKSOI.VKI ) , That by a residence of himself 4ind family amongus , our society has been i-ai-cd to a higher standard , and will by their leaving sustain an appreciable loss. ltisni.V u , That In parting , our kindest wishes will ever attend himself and family , and we recommend him to oil those in need of a skillttil hiwj or as one worthy their full con fidence ; and himself and family to the society of the neighborhood in which they may locate to their hlgbcbt esteem. J. C. WILSON , .LKWISO. I'AltKKIt , C5. WKIIII liKimiAM. Committee. GIVEN AWAY I One Thousand Bottles of Marsh's Golden den Blood and Liver Tonic to be Given Away. Everybody in Mc.Cook , who is suffer ing from Scrofula , Chronic Rheuma tism , Jaundice , Biliousness , Dyspepsia , Costivencss , Headache , Loss of Appe tite , Backache , Female 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 bottlc.s at 50 cents and $1. It purifies the Blood , invigorates the Liver , Stomach and Bowels , regulates the Kidneys , and strengthens the system. For all diseases of the Throat and Lungs u.so MARSH'S GOLDEN BALSAM , the great cough remedy. Saniple bottle tle free. FLOUR AND FEED. Schaupp & Sou's Grand Island flour : "Cream/ ' the best in the market ; "Fancy , " equal to any ; Straight grade ; Graham ; Corn meal , white bolted ; Bran ; Chop feed ; car and shelled corn. Apples by the peck or barrel. Pota toes by the wagon load. Fresh pork , antelope and venison , at C. E. McPlIERSOX'.S , West Dcnnib'on St. , McCook. SPECIAL NOTICE. We will continue to send the TRIB UNE to all persons whose names appear on 31r. Israel's subscription lifct. If there be anyone who desires to discon tinue the paper , he will notify us at once , otherwise he will be held liable for the paper sent to his address. HEART DISEASE CURED BY Dr. Rush's Regulator , FOR HEART TROUBLES. Win. G. Osfroodhy , the well-known cafe nianj- facturer of UutTalo , Philadelphia , Pltlbburg ; New ark , and Atlanta , Oa. , says : OFFICE or Oif.oonr.Y's IMPROVKU P. FKS 17 S.ISroad S'reet , ATLAXTX , Ca. , October iTtli , 1SS1. Dr. UiiMf s Medical Association : DKAU Don OK- . The three l > ttles of "Dr. Kn < > lf t. Regulator" I ordered were received by express la-t week. I have taken nearly one bottle and am thoroughly satisfied with the result. For over two year 1 h ivi1 been troubled with sharp pai'i at my heart. M > physician , upon examination , pronounced It enlargement of the heart and was unable to give me any relief. The trouble grew worse until I Jiad heroine convinced that I could not be cured. While In New York City , la t week , I called upon oiie of the mo = t prominent physicians there , who ci-arged me > * . ! > for : : n examination and then recommended vour "Hegiilator. ' ' Knowing you to be a regular Medical Association , and not a patent medicine scheme I or dered the three bottles. I have not been troubled since I commenced taking It , but shall continue and take the entire three buttleso ate obtain : i perma nent cure. You hav e my sincere thanki. 1 aai , gentlemen , Very respectfully , WM. G. OSGOODIJY. DP. Rush's Regulator l.as never failed to give relief. It has been used i-uc- ce-sfully for year.In subduing the ios.t stubborn rase ? of hrU't difficulties' , A jioltlve cure forKn- larpemen' , Palpitation. Fluttering and Fatty IK-gen- eratIon of the heart. Price , rl.iJu per bottle ; ix for J5.0U. Sold by drupgl"t . or sent direct by 1 > K. KCsu's MEDICAL. ASSOCIATION , Nnnda.N. V. U. S Woman's Health Journal Contain ? valuable information on the disease- * of women onl3 % Published by Lady Phy-i- cians who have made these peculiar weak nesses of the sex their sole study fur year- . It frivcs tbe causes , symptoms , and a Mire home treatment for Prolapsus Uteri or Falling of the Womb , intiamation and Ulceration ol the womb and all displacements. LuiicorrluiM or Whites , Irregular , suppressed or painful Menstruation , Flooding. Sick and Nerviiii- Headache , Indigestion. Dybpepsia. Heartburn. Weakness in Back and stomach , scrotiilu. Pains in Side. Dizziness Kidney Complaint , Ilarrenness. Nervous Prostration. Depression of Spirits. General Debility of Women and change of life. Sent on receipt of six cents , in stamps. Addres5. Dr. Ktish's Medical Associa tion , Xunda , New York.