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Thursday , June igth , i88.j. liidluiitfti that your subscription to Tin : x Tin HUNK Inis uxplruOt mul tlml nn Invilu- tlon to ruuow tlio SUINCla f.\lontlc < l , TO OUE ADVERTISERS. All lot-ill * under llis ! lieacliiij , ' lUc. iilinc lor i.'iicli Insertion , anil HIUIII' insert f l until onlor- cddlKuontlinicil , milesHtlino lHh | > culll < : il. Jlllltf monthly. Local Intelligence. Graham Flour at City Bakery. All kinds of blanks kept for sale at this ofiice. For the best Flour in town call at City Bakery. If you want cheap pork call at John Farley's meat market. .Strawberries 20 cents a quart at > Silver Moon Restaurant. Leave orders for Chicago Daily Times at Postofiice News Stand. Blank notes , neatly bound , HO in a book , for sale at this office. BORN To Mr. and Mrs.'G. R Ban- del , on Wednesday , June 18th. a son. G. "W. Foster is having an addition built to his residence on Monroe strc'ct The best , the cheapest and the largest dishes of Ice Cream at Silver Moon Restaurant. All kinds of popular Magazines , Newspapers and Periodicals at the Post- office News Stand. Screen doors and windows are in ac tive demand. The Greeks have gone into summer quarters. IG'O acres ( more or less ) of Iowa soil , all covered with house plants in full bloom , for sale at Wilson & Ilickling. Was that ; tolian music that blended so harmoniously with heaven's discord ant tones Sunday evening , or was it J. F.'s banjo 1 The B. & M. Dining Hall has been in the hands of the painter , and the interior has been noticeably improved by reason thereof. Chamberlin's pain balm , Chambcr- lin's 03-0 and skin ointment , Chamber lin's cholera and diarrhoea remedy , at B. & M. Pharmacy. Just arrived , at the Cit } ' Bakery , a car-load of the Cream and Fancy brands of Grand Island Flour. Also , a supply of white bolted corn meal. Go to the Silver Moon for choice goods , such as confectioneries , cigars , fresh peaches , gooseberries , strawberries , cherries , oranges , lemons , etc. "Garden sass , " grown in this neigh borhood is now in the home market. It seems that some things do grow in this country and early and luxuriantly at I il that. . 11 The new settlers who are now occu pying Captain Holmes' house on Drift wood , had an addition to their numbers , last Saturday , in the shape of a little girl baby. A force of men have been working in this vicinity , this week , on the line of telegraph , which the B. & M. com pany is putting in between lloltlredge and McCook. Sixteen car-loads of stock passed through this station. Saturday , en route to Roggens , Colo. Ten of the cars were filled with horses and the remain der by cattle. : Roll on silver moon. Guide the traveler on his way.5 And show him the Silver Moon Restaurant where he can find a good , square meal to strength en him for his journey. Real estate is beginning to command quite a fair price in the vicinity of town. I. Charlie Hininau was offered $1,500 cash for his claim in the northeastern part of the corporation. Our Blackwood correspondent relates * the finding , and subsequent losing of V \ bearings , of the mail carrier between Tndianoht and points in Hayes count- . : l Up. has since oome to light. The Independent Order of Good Templars of the Republican Valley will hold a convention in Orleans on \ * 24th of this month. All members of the order are cordially invited to be s. . prosent. _ Thirty timber-culture entries were inauc at this land office on .i nkj'It . doth ap.l P tiwl U ? PAI-W.H ave be coming fearful leslthat act be repealed. \ th'at Congress may take just such action is very probable and desirable. The recent delightful showers have been of immense benefit to this coun try. The grass and crops retain 'their green appearance , and are doing finely. There never has been as encouraging a prospect in-Red Willow county as there is this yean- 'A good name is rather-to'be chosen than great riches. " So say Wilson & Uiekling , proprietors of the booming restaurant , second door .south of P. 0. Consequently hereafter we style our house the Silver. Moon Restaurant. "Hound to Shine : " The property of Mr. McManigal on Macfarland strees has been greatly im proved in appearance and enhanced in value , this week. He has built a barn , enclosed his lot with a substantial fence , painted his residence and im proved things general. From a number of parties who have been driving through the country south of the river , we hear the most encour aging reports of the condition of small grain in that section. Barring unfavor able weather in the future the harvest of small grain will be large. The festival held in' the Opera Hall by the M. K. Sunday school , Friday evening , was a very pleasant affair , and quite a number of our people turned out to enjoy it. The band discoursed some of their choicest music during the even ing , and added to the occasion materially. We are frequently asked what Mc Cook is going to do on the Fourth , by people in town and surrounding coun- tiy. So far as our information' goes we believe the only diversion will be the entertainment to be given on the evening of the Fourth by the Dramatic Company , to be followed by a ball. The young son of K. M. Wilson cut an ugly gash in his foot , Monday , by stepping on a piece of glass or tin , while running along the road in 'com pany with some playmates. Our streets arc pretty thickly strewn with pieces of broken bottles , and the boys should be instructed to be more careful. Serious results sometimes follow such accidents. Two new telegraph stations were opened by the B. & M. last Thursday. One of them is at Phillips , on the Aurora & Grand Island branch , and the other at Fort Morgan , Colorado , between Akron and Denver. The former is named for Capt. 11. 0. Phillips. A new line is also being built between lloldrcdge and McCook , and stations are being put in. By reason of the train being two and one-half hours late Dr. Shaw of Indiau- ola was the only physician , in addition to those of "McCook , who put in an ap pearance at the convention of the doc tors of the valley , called to meet at this place on "Wednesday. A meeting was called and tempoiary organization perfected , after which they adjourned to meet in Arapahoe to complete per manent organization , one month hence. The cowboy , Jacob Tan Meter , who was thrown from his horse on Sappa Creek , Kas. , last week , died at Benkel- inati , where he was taken to receive medical attendance , Sunday. Dr.Yil - ley was called out to see the injured man , Friday , and found that he had been thrown from his horse on his head and shoulder and that the animal had fallen on him. producing concussion of the brain .and causing death as above stated. A little racket occurred in Braun's saloon , Tuesday morning , which luckily ended in but slight injury to one of the participants Stauta Holla. It appears that Kenneth McDonald of Beukelman was in the saloon at the time , and that Stanta. who was under the influence of liquor , insisted upon following him , and that finally Mac.'s Highland-Scotch got the best"of Imn , and he struck Stanta on the face with a beer glass , making quite a gash in his check. The news of another sad accident reaches us from the west this time from Culbertsoii. The victim is a young man by the name of Chase , a bro'ther of A. Chase , station agent at Culbcrtson. Sunday , as he was riding after a cow , his horse's foot caught in a lariat rope and threw the rider violent ly to the earth , striking on his head. Dr. Wil ley "went up on No. o9 , Monday , in response to a. telegram , but- the young mail's injuries weipboyond human skill , and before the doctor returned , ( he re lumed on No. 40. the same afternoon ) death came to his relief. The young man was only IS years of age , and had only been in the west about three-weeks , , when he was so suddenly called away. Strawberries 20 cents u quart at Silver Moon Bestaurant. This week has been exceptional in the line of pugilistic exhibitions. Timber planted last fall and this spring is doing as vvull as the most san guine could expect , lleports from all over the county so indicate. Bcmember the ice cream festival i'n the Opera Hall , to-night. Ice cream , lemonade and cake will be served. A short entertainment by the children will preface the festival. An exchange says : We now have a calaboose which was built a private in dividual , and is rented by him to the village authorities at § 4 per month. This would be an easy way to settle the question in McCook , all that we need is the man who will put up the building on these terms , we believe the trustees would be willing. We need it. The news of a terrible railroad disas ter reaches us from down the road. No. JO was thrown from the track , by train robbers removing a rail , on the Wymorc branch near Guide Bock , which result ed in a number being killed and many wounded. The report is to the effect that the train wreckers and robbers getaway away with the express and mail. Alex. Stewart , weil-known to many of our citizens , was running the engine , and had both legs and one arm cut off. Nothing authentic has been received here up to the time of going to press. IIox. JOHN B. FINCH returned Tues day , June 10th , . from Washington , where he has been in attendance upon the Bight Worthy Grand Lodge of the World of the I. 0. G. T. , of which body he Avas elected the chief ofliccr. For this position his great executive abilities fit him well , and his active friends in Nebraska take much pleasure in his elevation. It is , gratifying to every citizen of the state to see a Ne braska man in the place , and that he will administer the affairs of it very administer the affairs of it very credit ably will not be denied by even those who disapprove of his calling and his zeal in it. A little ripple of excitement was oc casioned. Friday evening , by Jos. Braun and a painter by the name of Hall. The facts as given us are substantially these : Hall entered Braun's saloon and called for the drinks , which were refused him , the reason assigned being that the -customer wanted credit. As Hall was , by his own statement , one of the saloon's best cash customers , this refusal warmed his blood , one word called forth another until Braun order ed him out of the saloon , and stepped forth to enforce the royal mandate. Considering Hall's proportions , this at tempted enforcement was anything but circumspect , and Joe soon came in con tact with a large bunch of'fives" di rected by a muscular arm , in an incred ibly short time , without any striking im provement in his personal appearance. A imiEF conversation yesterday with Joe Swan , the Avell known B. & M. caterer , elicited the fact that the pros pects for crops were never so good in the Bcpublican Arallcy. As far west as McCook , which has heretofore been con sidered in the ' 'doubtful' ' district , the farms look as promising as they ever did in the heart of Illinois. From that point west- there are but few farmers , the country being given up to cattle. But even as far as Akron , Col. , are to be seen beautiful patches of grain and vegetables , all looking as fine as heart could wish. Claims arc being rapidly taken all along the line , and Mr. Swan says in five years the land wil be taken by farmers all the way to Denver. The increased cultivation of the land and the planting of trees are certainly modi fying the climate , and more cspcciall } ' reducing the effect of the hot winds that come from the southwest. Topics. Teachers' Meeting. The Bed Willow County Teacher's Association will meet at the School House in Indianola on Friday and Sat urday. June 20th and 21st , 1884. com mencing at 2 o'clock P. M. , on Friday , and closing at 12 o'clock , M. , on Sat urday. It is hoped that all the teach er's will attend ; and all interested in the improvement of our county schools are cordially invited. C. L. NKTTLETOX , Pros. Attention , Soldiers ! There will be a meeting of the old soldiers of Bed Willow county in * the Band Hall at McCook , Thursday , June 2lth ! , for the purpose of organizing a G. A. B. Post. A full attendance is requested. BY OHDKR OF COMMITTEE. Strawberries 20 cents a quart at * Silver Moon Bestaurant. PERSONAL POINTERS. Mrs. A. Campbt'll went east , MonHay , on a visit. Mrs. B. II. Hamilton came upto McCookj Wednesday noon. Patrick Egan of Lincoln was in town , Saturday and Sunday. } j. Morse of Bcnkclman dropped down on No. 40 , Tuesday afternoon. Miss Jennie Jamison of Bondville made the hub a visit , Saturday. Tom Adams went to Indianola , Sat urday , spending Sunday in that burg. Dave Baum and Ed. Douglass of Chase county were in town , Saturday. Mrs. J. F. Wrayof Culbcrtson drop ped down to the metropolis , Saturday. Father Fanning , formerly of Orleans , now of Illinois , was in tgwn , Tuesday. Kenneth McDonald of Benkelman , spent the first of the week in McCook. A. M.Kelly has been entertaining his sister from Kansas , the past two weeks. Mrs. W. 'A. Taylor and Mrs. IT. B. Straut of Culbcrtson were in town , Saturday. Mrs. Benj. Mills of Orleans was vis iting in town , this week , the guest of Mrs. G. L. Laws. Sheriff Welborn , John W. Maikcn , and Dr. Shaw of Indianola , came up on 39 , Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. Shaw of Indianola were in town , Sunday , the guests of their daughter , Mrs. Berger. Dr. Shaw of Lincoln arrived in Mc Cook , where he intends to locate per manently. Saturday on No. 1. J. G. Good of Falls City , who has stock interests up the Driftwood , has taken up his residence on tiic creek. Mrs. Bowcll and Miss Lillie have our thanks for a present of excellent cream and delicious strawberries enjoyed at this office. Joseph Allen and family has arrived from Lenox , Iowa , and moved up on his ranch on the Bed Willow , near Os- born postoffice. Gco. B. Coburn , General agent of the Interior Department , with headquar ters at Grand Island , arrived in town , Tuesday , and will spend some time here looking after Uncle Sam's land interests. Israel Wood , 0. E. Noble and others from Laird P. 0. were in town Friday and Saturday. Mr. Xoble making final proof on his chum , and the other gen tlemen acting in the capacity of wit nesses. B. D. Babcock of Hastings was in town on land business. Monday. lie made application for twenty-three quar ter sections of Frontiei county land , lie might as well have gone a few bet ter , and taken a township while he was at it. > Colonel Suavely , Major Criswell , W. R. Cramer and wile of the county-seat were in town on land business , Tuesday. We did not broach the subject to the gallant Major , but wonder if his visit was not really to ascertain if there were any young ladies in McCook who in tended to respond to his card , which ap peared in a recent issue of the Courier. T. J. Cleaver of the Orleans Press favored us with quite a little visit. Monday. T. J. , as all who come to McCook for the first time , was surpris ed to find that such a town had sprung up in the so-called'"American Desert/ ' in such a short time. Particularly was lie impressed with the substantial and elegant class of residences with which our town is graced. Mr. Cleaver is getting out a good paper and is fast taking first rank among the newspaper men of the Valley. M. B. Beese of Wahoo , Associate Judge of the Supreme Court , Guy A. Brown of Lincoln , Clerk of the Supreme Court , and Captain John M. Ball of Osceola , Iowa , arrived in McCook , Sat urday. Messrs. Beese and Brown re mained until Monday afternoon. In company with Begister Law ? the entire party took a drive through the country north of town Monday morning , and all expressed themselves as being pleas ed and entirely satisfied with the coun- tiy. Judge Beese was here for the purpose of purchasing land adjoining the town , with what success he met we know not. but we hear it suggested that the Judge thought seriously of making this his home. Captain Ball remained here all week.and looked into the pros pects of the county. more thoroughly , and will probably locate here. SOUTH SIDE. Mrs. W. F. Stone lias been quite sick. Charles Newman has his new house \ nearly completed. Charles Bowles has sold his farm and bought fifty head of ponies. 0. A. Nettlcton was obliged to kill his horse that broke his leg some time ago. Frank Simpson and bride of Bed Willow visited at J. G. Eaton's , last week. 1. T. Birdsall and llarr } ' Benjamin are on .their knees a good deal these days wedding beets and onions. J. S. Newcomb has returned from his land hunt north and west , and con cludes Red Willow count ) ' will do for him. Some one who can run please ask Mr. G. B. Nettlcton what made him in such a hurry to get off his horse last Saturday. JosiK. "CARRICO. J. W. Dyer has returned home. A. Camp is having his sheep sheared. Fred. Bobcrts is assisting E. N. Keel or now. John Ryan and wife have moved into J. G. Stokes' house temporarily. Mrs. Miller and daughter Inez are vis iting the former's brother. Haz. Bailey. Lightning killed a cow belonging to Schuylcr Braugh , during one of the recent storms. Haz. Bailey set forth , this week , to catch wild colts , and succeeded in cap turing and bringing back with him four wild horses. Mrs : J. S. Braugh and son start for North Platte , Sunday , after Mrs. B.'s son Roger , who has been attending school at that placs. County Surveyor Carrington of Cul- bertson surveyed several claims for Samuel Tate and son at a wet weather lake , ten miles from the head of the Willow. I'niLO. TRUE MERIT. A Charming Remedy for Diarrhoea and Sum mer Complaints. "We have used all your Toxic As- TUIXOEXT with happy results. Not a single complaint relating to it has ever reached us. " Jones & Jackson , Drug gists , Jonesburg , Mo. "Please send us two dozen MAUSII'S TONIC ASTKIXOEXT at once. It works a charm in Diarrhoea and Summer Com plaint. " Ward & Ycnable , Druggists , Pattonsbnrg , Mo. MAIISII'S TONIC ASTRIXOKXT is for sale by S. L. Green , druggist , McCook. It quickly cures Diarrhoea , Dysentery , Cholera Infantum , Cholera Morbus , and the Summer Complaint of children , [ t is a delightful remedy for old and and young. Price 50 cents. The MAUSII AGUE. CURE is sold at the low price of SO cents liquid or pills. It cures the worst cas'js of Third Day Ague , and all forms of Chills -and Fever. For sale by S. L. Green. For Swellings , Burns , Sores , Piles , etc. . use MAUSII'S WORLD'S LINIUENT. For sale by S. L. Green. Wanted. We want two girls at Silver Moon Restaurant. Steady work and good wages to the right parties- LOST. Between MeCook and a point 5 miles north of here , a small dark folding pocket book. Finder will be suitably re warded by returning same to this ofiice. Paris green and St. Patrick's pills at B. & M. Pharmacy. AT last the true reason of Tildcn's declination has been discovered. He is ineligible to the presidenc } " . A promi nent Englishman , living in Dubuque. Iowa , says that he has seen the church register in the county of Kent. England , showing Tildcn's birth there , and , when he was two and a half years old. was sold by his father for a small holding of land previous to immigration , to America. This story coming from such a high authority , ought to settle the question of Tifden's candidacy beyond the possibility of a doubt. We arc sur prised that Sam Tilden should have concealed for so loF.g a time the fact hat he is a bloody Englishmen. Al though shut out of the presidential race on account of his foreign nativity , we think he ought , even at this late day. to become a naturalized citizen of the United States. What a fortunate thing it was that this bold Englishman did not secure the presidency of this great and glorious republic in 1S70. Had he been seated in the presidential chair , he would have turned us over to Queen Victoria , and we Avould now have been annexed as a British province to Cana da. We certainly escaped a great ca lamity : Omaha-Bee. BUSINESS POINTERS , Locals under tills Iicud r.c. u IJtio for < 'tt < ; It Insertion. Hill ! ) payable ; monthly. C'laims for sale. K. -Cooi.KV. . G'o to .John A. Lee's for sewing machine. Cull on 11. S. Cooley for deeded hinds , llu can fit you out with a piece of decd- nd land in any part of the county. J. S. Phillips agent for McCorniiek reapers , mowers and twine bin'dersj repairs , etc. , Indianola , Neb. f > 2. Stock' ranch and' farm of 12SO acres ( timber and water ) for .sale. Trice , $ ! -J.r)00 , , part cash , part time. Knquire of II. S. Cooley. Parties wishing to purchase a first- class machine can be accommodated by calling on .John A. Lee , who has the agency for the celebrated Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machines. .Blank Deeds , Heal Estate Mortgages , Leases , Bills of Sale , Bond for Deed , Quit Claim Deeds , Contracts for Build ing , Mortgage Deeds , Release of Mortgage Oilicial Bonds Soldiers gage , , Discharge , Petition for License , Notes , Hcceipts , etc.at , TUB TUIUUNB office. "L'aovi : ALL Tmxcs ! " All manu facturers claim to make the bcstiroods. * i 3 buc all cannot be right. We invite the most searching and critical comparison , and are confident that DcLahd's Chem ical Baking I'owdet will be acknowledged the best. It is absolutely pure in every ' sense of the word. FOR SALE. T have 800 Northwestern Texas liorscs and mares , which I will sell cheap for cash , for the next HO days. I'incst bunch of horses ever brought into this country. NOAH MISULKK. Culbcrtson , Neb. , June 2 , ' 8-1. House to Rent. A house containing four rooms , in \Vcst \ McCook. Inquire of C. A. Fred erick at B. & 31. Diniuic Hall. i for the working class. Suinl 10 cents \ tor po-tage , mid wo will mail you free , 3:1 : royal , valuable box of sample goods 'that will put you In the way of making more money in a few days than you ever thought pos sible at any business. Capital not required. We will tart you. You ean work all the time or In spare time only. The work Is universally adapted to hoth sexes , young ami old. You ean easily earn from 50 cents to T.'I every ci cuing. That all who want work tiny test the business we make this unparalleled olTer ; to all who are not well satisfied w will send * 1 to jiay for the trouble of writing us. Full partlenlar. , direction ! " , ete , sent free , fortunes will he made l > y those who glie their whole time to the work. Great success .ib-olntfly sure. Don't delay. Start HOW. Address STINSOX & CO. , Portland. Maine. Z-fo. ADVICE TO MOTHERS. 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Conwell. whoso life of ( iarneld. published hy u = ( , out'old tlie' twenty others by Go.otm. Outsells every book ever , ' imblHicd iu this world ; many agents are M'llInK Hfty daily. Agents are making fortune.- . . All new bejrin- lii is vurcer-sfui : L'rand chanee fur them. : ; . : ; made l > v a lady agent the ! ir-a d.iy. Terms most liberal. J'ariii'ul.ir * tteu. Jletter send i cents for poita e , etc , on fiop outfit , now rcai-Jj , Incliidiu < ; larxe pros- [ > rrtn book , and - > . .italiini.ic time. ALI.hN & CO . Augusta , Maine. > > rnd scents ! forpostafre.and recei\e fn-e , a costly box of fcoo-ls which will help y u to more money rl ht away than .111 } tiling ol-e In this world. All of eiiher > cv , succeed finm first hour. The broad read to fortune opens be fore the workerabiolutely sure. At once address TJJL'i : it CO. , Aususta , .Maine. 2-S5. PATENTS ! ' . A. Lelimann. Solicitor of American and Foreign Patents Washington. D. C. 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Keader. if you want business at which ' 'per-ons of either -ex , young or old , can make gre.it paj all the time they work , with a ! > M > lutc icrtalnty , write for p-mfcuUirs" II. HALLKTT i : CO. Portland , Matee. 'i-3. . . The e lilotchcs. Pimples. Krnrlions of the Skin. Spring Humor&c. . , can be cured bj using Heggs" Ulood Puriller. V.'e warrant every l > ottle sold to jrlvc -ati-faction. and furni-h FKHK jjniples to all who de-iie to try It. S. L. Green. The call for Beggs" P.Iood Puritler is d.iily Increas ing. " > . L. llreen Is fiiniNhin.tmpli - bottles free. It ien excellent medicine lor the Liver , Kidneys and U'ood.Varranted. . AKK VOL" MADE miserable by Indigestion. Con- > tij > atlon. Dlzzine-s Loss of Appetite. Ye'low ' fckln 'i hhiloh's Vitallzer i * a ] > o Itive Cure. FOi : DYSPEPSIA and Liter complaint , you have a printed guarantee on every bottle of Shiloh's Vital izer. It never falls to cure. THE Ilev. Ceo. II. Thayer. of llourlnm , Iml. . says : "Hoth myself and wife owe our II : c-s to SHILOll'ri CONSUMPTIONCCKE. . " WHV WILL Yor congl : when bhilolf- Cure wilt ghe immediate relief. Price 10l > . , 3" ) el * , and" ft. SIIlLOII'.s CATAP.UH KKMEDY a positive curt ; for Catarrh. Diphtheria aud Canker Month. A NASAL INJKCTOU flee with each bottle of Shiioh's Catarrh Kemcdy. Price 30 cent * . PS < CP.E will Immediately relieve Croup , Whooping cough and ISroachltls. "HACKMATACK" a ls = tajaud ! fragrant perfume. Price 25 and 53 cents.