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WEEKLY TRIBUNE ,
THURSDAY , DECEMBER 27 , 1883 ,
L.OQB.I Intelligence.
Fresh Oy.sters at Joe's.
( Jrahain Flour at City Bakery.
Boot Jack eating tobacco at Rogers.
School has been closed for two weeks
Fresh Oysters received daily ai
Clump's.
Choice Apples , $4.50 per bbl. , ai
Rogers.1
Buckwheat , Flour and Maple Syruj
at lingers. '
For the best Flour in town call ai
City Bakery.
Headquarters for Holiday Goods ai
S. L. Green's.
A full line of the very best cigars ai
the B. & M. Pharmacy.
Christmas Goods , by the car load , tc
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 lol
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 ,
No services will be held in the Con
gregational churchncxt , Sunday evening ,
The famous Boot Jack chewing to
bacco for sale at the B. & M. Pharmacy.
Indianola is in need of a tonsorial
artist , the last barber being among the
missing.
Save your dimes and buy some pres
ents from the 10 cent counter at S. A.
Rowcll's.
Call at the Citizen's Bank and. pro
cure your reserved seats. They are
being taken rapidly :
Those desiring a choice Stock Range
tan buy one cheap. Enquire of J. E.
COCUUAN. See card.
Just received , 5,000 "Doctor's
Choice , " the best nickle cigar made ,
tit B. & M. Pharmacy.
Standard Poems , Toy Bo'oks for the
children , and a large miscellaneous col
lection of books at Green's.
At Green's you will find the hand
somest Cards Christmas , Birthday and
Rewardj ever brought to McCook.
All those who desire cheap Holiday
goods should call at S. A. Rowell's , Sat
urday and Monday , and inspect the 10
cent counter.
j For anything in the Jewelry line , call
i on II. Byron , who has just opened up
a full and handsome stock , new and of
' the most artistic designs.
Christmas eve dance was a miserable
failure , owing to the fact that the boys
! all came without their girls , expecting
I some one else to bring them.
i
5 Donavin's Original Tennesseeans will
j give concerts in McCook on Tuesday
i and Wednesday evenings , January 7
i and S. Sec posters and hand bills.
| Manager Colvin will hold another
i dancp. on New Year's Eve , Dec. 31st
Good music and a good time at the
Baud Hall , and don't forget the date.
i Pre-emption claimants whose thirty-
three months has expired , or is about to
expire , can get information that may be
valuable to them by calling on or ad
dressing J : E. COCIIRAN. See card.
W. H. McCartney , of Indianola. in
tends opening the fine hall above Iris
store room with a grand hop , New
Year's Eve , and quite a numbe'r * from
McCook , we are informed , will be
present.
H. C. Rider one of the-earliest resi
dent speculators in Lincoln city lots ,
and now the foremost man of enterprise
in building up the new town of McCook
is a visitor in the city lor a few days.
Lincoln News.
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We are credibly informed that L. 0
Marble , of Marengo , Iowa , will move U
McCook within the next six weeks.
Colorado Hard Coal at $12.00 pci
ton. We guarantee this coal to be su
pcrior to any Eastern hard coal.
27-4t. CHICAGO LUMBER YARD
Prof. Yager is organizing a juvenih
bund. Some seven have already joined
and the Professor expects to have four
teen young tooters in a short time ex
paneling their chests.
The scats for the concert to be giver
by the Tennessceans , January 7 and 8 ,
arc being taken up rapidly for bott
nights. If you wish to heur this troupe
which is first-class in every respect , se
cure scats immediately.
S. L. Green has just received , for th <
Holidays , a full line of Albums , Photc
and Autograph , Dressing Cases , Toilei
Sets , Handbags , Dolls , wax and china )
and Toys of every description. Go anc
inspect them before buying elsewhere ,
Dungan & Shekels is the style of the
new firm which has opened up a meal
market on West Dennison street. Botl
gentlemen are practical butchers , pleas
ant and attentive to their customers ,
and we bespeak a fair share of patron
age for them. See card elsewhere it
this issue.
Who is the
most-nearly-tickled-tc
death man in town ? "Tiff" Babcock ,
The cause of T. B.'s hilarious feelings
is the arrival of a young very youth
ful young man , at his house on Mon
day morning. That baby will be the
death of us yet if the cigar set-up is
not discontinued.
The Band boys were out serenading
Christmas night , playing a number of
selections at the residences of Supt.
Campbell , George Hocknell , J. II.
Phelan , G. L. Laws , J. B. Meserve ,
and others on the hill. We didn't heat
that promised serenade , boys , and we
wcre'nt a sleep either.
H. Byron has just received a fine
stock of Jewelry , Watches , Clocks ,
Rings , Diamond , Set and Plain , Casters ,
Toilet Sets , Tillers , 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.
DeLand's Chemical Baking Powder
is a strictly pure Powder. It is made
from Grape Cream Tartar and Bi-Carb.
Soda only. They manufacture their
Soda expressly for it , and as it is put
together on chemical principles , we
claim that it has no equal on the mar
ket Try it ! Test it ! and you will
use no other. Sold by Hayden & Mc
Cartneys.
Starbuck & Francis , Real Estate
Agents , are preparing a handsome cir
cular list of all their deeded lands and
other claims , for eastern circulation. It
will be illustrated by cuts of Red Wil
low county scenery , and is gotten up at
considerable expense. If you have
deeded land or a claim of any kind for
sale , put it on their list. Advertize it.
They will sell it. Call on them by
January 1st , 1884.
E. T. Stephens , Supt. of Crete Nur
series , was in town last week. Having
sold a half car load of trees to our cit
izens , he declares that our town is the
best in this valley for his business.
Their low rates and excellent stock ,
with its perfect adaptation to our needs ,
makes Crete Nurseries the best place
for our people to purchase. Those who
have uot been called on should at once
write to Crete Nurseries for a Catalogue ,
giving sizes and prices of stock :
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 contests
homestead entries timber-cul
tests , , -
ture entries , and special applications ,
all of which will be done on reasonable
terms and entire satisfaction given.
J. E. COCHRAN ,
1st Door South U. S. Land Office ,
28-tf. McCook , Nebraska
In view of the unexceptional weathei
we are enjoying in the Valley , and th (
cold and stormy weather of which w (
have reports from individuals in low ;
and other states cast , we feel constrain
ed to make some remarks. We hav <
a letter from a gentleman of centra
Iowa stating that the weather was verj
cold and stormy , the thermometer beinj
as low as 20 degress below zero , whil <
we have not had a day when the ther
momcter has reached zero. The ranch
men report their cattle as doing finely
and as being in good condition.
The skating rink was the all absorb
ing attraction on Christmas day , anc
enabled many a poor unfortunate t <
wile hours that would otherwise hav <
been a burden to him. The floor was
filled from early morn till night with s
crowd 'of merry skaters , having lots oi
fun , sometimes at the expense of others
but then enjoying it all the more. Jusl
a woid to those who skate so recklessly
The room is small and some , people
don't care to risk their limbs while sue !
skating is indulged in. Out of respecl
and consideration for the many ladies
who are making complaint , these par
ties should moderate , and try the rol (
of gentlemen a while.
There is no day that is so universally
celebrated by all Christendom as Christ
mas ; and very properly so , as there it
no day so pregnant with hallowed asao
ciations , BO fraught with good to all
men , as the one upon which we com
memorate the advent of the Redeemer
of the world. Rightly do all people ,
the Christian as well as the moralist ,
make this the day of unrestrained joy
and rejoicing. Christmas day was very
generally observed in McCook , and all
the places of business being closed had
a rather Sabbath-day-like aspect , with
but an occasional fire cracker explosion
to break the silence. A number of per
sons entertained their friends , and the
less fortunate consoled themselves with
a chunk of sweitzer and a glass of beer.
Many handsome presents were given
and received , and on the whole the day
was one filled with many pleasant
remembrances.
SUNDAY SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT.
The Congregational Church was lit
erally packed , Christmas eve , during
the exercises of the children of the
Union Sunday School. The church had
been very tastefully decorated with
proper and befitting banners , mottoes ,
strings of pop corn , and other pleasing
devices , together with the large house
filled with presents , and presented
withal a bright , holiday-like appearance.
The exercises were opened by song and
prayer. After which Selma Noren de-
clamed "Hang up the Baby's Stock
ings" in a very pretty manner. An
them , "Glory to God in the Highest , "
by the choir. Recitation by little Norma
Noble , which was nicely spoken. A
song by the infant class , "Good Saint
Nick , " was sung "with the spirit , " and
we apprehend " 'with the understanding
also. " Next on the program for the
evening was the search for St. Nick ,
the discovery of the same by a delega
tion of the children , Mabel Meserve ,
Selma Noren and Ida Hurd , who in
dulged in a dialogue during their search
through fairyland. The Saintly Nick
finally materalized in the person of our
genial lightning manipulator , J. F.
Forbes , who with the assistance of
Masters Norman Forbes and Dun
gan , dispensed a large number of pres
ents , of varying good looks and cost to
the expectant children and adults to
gether assembled. Apropos we must
not forget to return our heartiest to the
kind stranger who , taking into consid
eration the "lost and helpless estate' '
of our linen , did us so proud.
"I can no other answer make , but , thanks.
And thank * , and erer thanks ; Of ten good tnrna
Are shuffled off with undercurrent pay ;
But , were wy worth , as my conscience , firm ,
You should find better dealing. "
The decorations were made in good
taste , and the children performed their
parts in a manner which showed care
ful training and preparation by the
teachers of the school , and the enter
tainment was one of pleasure to alland , z
very proper commemoration of an evenl
which means so much to all people.
PERSONAL POINTERS.
"Pap" Hockneli is down from the
ranch.
Leonard Mcscrve spent the Holidays
at home.
B. M. Vastine of Culbertson , was
down on Friday.
Major Criswcll put in Christmas daj
at the metropolis.
Mrs. McBride of Friend , is visiting
Mrs. W. W. Fisher.
Mrs. G. L. Laws entertained a few
friends , Christmas day.
C. G. Potter was in Hastings , Mon
day , and returned on No. 1.
Harry Clark of Stratton , came down
to enjoy Christmas at home.
Mrs. J. B. Meserve returned from
her visit in Illinois on Monday.
H. C. Rider has been away all week
on business at Lincoln and Crete.
M. A. Spalding has been assisting at
Rogers during the Christmas rush.
Thomas McCartney passed Christmas
day with Senator Dolan at Longview.
Mr. J. H. Cornes , of the Herald sta
tionery departmentjcalled last Thursday.
Mr. Sanders of the Eating House is
convalescing from an attack of illness.
Mr. E. A. Leavenworth of Indianola ,
came up to attend the social , Friday
night.
Mayor Berger went down to Indian
ola on Monday afternoon , returning on
No. 1.
Agent Rees has a regular Fourth of
July nose. But , Charlie , this is Christ
mas time.
J. J. Dunbar was down at Lincoln ,
Wednesday , and he reports a heavy
snow storm.
Elmer Rowell left for Mt. Ayr , Iowa ,
to-day , where he will visit his brothers
for some time.
F. J. Taylor , Esq. , Mayor of Creston -
ton , Iowa , and brother of Mrs. J. B.
Meserve of our city , made a flyrng visit
to McCook , Christmas day , returning
east on the following day.
Miss Ashmore and Miss Hunter , two
of Indianola's handsome daughters , were
in attendance at the Episcopal social ,
Friday. The young ladies visited Miss
Nellie Fisher during their stay.
R. S. Cooley and George Hugging
from the southern part of the county ,
were in town on business the first of
the week. Mr. Huggins had just re
ceived his vouchers , and will receive
over $800 back pension.
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Hunter and
daughter , Miss Bernice , of Indianola ,
were entertained by Representative and
Mrs. Hocknell , Christmas. Mr. Hun
ter was attracted to the rink and , well ,
George needs a little practice , that's all.
L. Morse , one of Benkelman's prom
inent cattle men , spent last Friday in
McCook , and during a conversation
with him , Mr. Morse expressed the opin
ion that the repeal of pre-emption and
timber-culture laws would be advan
tageous to all. That in that emergency ,
the ranchmen would probably receive
the legislation they wanted an oppor
tunity to purchase the land which
would in a measure do away with the
immense ranches which are now con
ducted on government land , for which
the government receives no compensa
tion.
NOTICE.
All persons knowing themselves to
be indebted to the Chicago Lumber
Yard will please call at our office and
settle , either in casher 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 & HOCKNELL.
A number are owing us for their land
notices , and we think it will be to their
advantage to come and settle the same
A very enjoyable dance by the Social
Club occurred Wednesday night.
THE EPISCOPAL SOCIAL.
A brilliant party turned out on Fri
day evening to the Social held by the
Episcopal ladies in the Dining Hall.
The Band with their usual generosity
met at the Hall and played a number
of selections on the porch before the
same , and afterwards a grand march in
the Dining Room. The mnrch finally
merged into a waltz. The music was
highly appreciated by all present , being
well executed throughout , except that
the waltz was too slow. The dancing
was continued until about 24 o'clock ,
when refreshments were served. It
seems to be prcsumptious to say any
thing on this score , for what town in
the valley or state can excel our ladies
in this line ? And on this occasion
they rather excelled themselves , and
their edibles were devoured with great
gusto. After the remains of the feast
had been cleared away the dancing was
continued until the "wee small hours of
the morn , " when the assembly retired
to their homes.
P. S. One suggestion which we be
lieve will add to the enjoyment of allen
on sucli occasions , at least to the ma
jor portion : Eschew displaying your
forensic inclinations during the dance ,
and bebate as to whether the caller was
right or wrong the following morning.
"SPLENDID. "
Marsh's Golden Balsam , the Famous
Lung Medicine , is Valued Highly.
"I have used MARSH'S GOLDEN BAL
SAM FOR THE THROAT AND LUNGS and
find it a splendid Cough remedy. It
gives speedy relief. " [ D. H. Wilson ,
Creston , Iowa.
"I wish everybody to know that
MARSH'S GOLDEN BALSAM is a true
medicine. One bottle cured me of a
bard , lingering Cough. I value it high
ly. " [ R. A. Jackson , Quiney , Ills.
"I would be pleased to receive five
dozen bottles of MARSH'S GOLDEN
BALSAM at once. Everybody that usen
it appears to be greatly rclreved and
tvell pleased with its effects. " [ P. R.
Crisp , Druggist , Monroe City , Mo.
MARSH'S GOLDEN BALSAM , the fa
mous Throat and Lung medicine , and
MARSH'S GOLDEN BLOOD & LIVER
IONIC , the great Blood and Liver reno-
rater , are for sale by S. L. Green ,
Druggist , McCook. Large bottles 50
: ents and $1.
The Bridge is Done.
Starbuck Bros , have just started a
Flour , Feed and Farmers' Produce
Store , first door north ot Starbuck &
Francis' office. Haxp on hand corn-
3ran chop , flour and meal. Will buy
jorn , rye , dressed hogs and poultry.
Patronage solicited. Satisfactron guar-
inteed. 29 2t.
Attention , Land Attorneys.
We have in stock cCash Application"
ind "Proof" blanks , under act approved
June 15 , 1880. Same are put up in
SI and $2 packages , ready to mail.
Send in your order to
THE TRIBUNE , McCook , Neb.
NOTICE.
All persons knowing themselves to
je indebted to me will please call and
settle before January 1st , 1884. All
iccounts must be settled by cash.
'
29-2t. J. E. BERGER :
NOTICE.
All monies due the TRIBUNE for sub
scription come by the terms of the sale to
me. Parties who know themselves to be in
irrears for subscrrption will be warmly
received at any time , if they come cash
in hand. F. M. & E. M. KIMMELL.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
We will continue to send the TRIE.
UNE to all persons whose names appear
' list. If
on Mr. Israel's subscription
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.
TAKEN Up.
By the undersigned , at his residence south
east of McCook , south side of Republican ,
about Oct. let. a 3-year old heifer , roan white ,
branded on right side H and . Square crop
left ear. Owner can have same by proving ,
property and paying charges and publication
fee. 28-5t. ALLEM A. P

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