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TO OUB ADVERTISERS.
All locals under this heading lOc. a line for
each Insertion , and same Inserted until order
ed discontinued , unless time In spceilicd. Dillu
payahln monthly.
CONGHKGATIONAL. Sunday School at 10
A. M. every week. Preaching services every
Sunday nlffht at 7.IW. M. T. Also , every alter
nate Sunday morning at. 11. M. T. Exceptions
to the above will bo noticed in locals.
GKOUOE DuxoAy. Pastor.
METHODIST. Services every other Sunday
morning at l.no. ( ) M. T. , and evening at 8. M. T.
Sunday School every \veek aty.HO , Al. T. Ser
vices hold In Opera Hall.
AfcijKN U.um.EY , Pastor.
CATHOLIC. Services will lie held in the
Opera Hall once every four weeks.Y
_ Y , rastor. _
I. O. Q. T. The Independent Order of Uood
Templars meet in the Congregational Church
every Tuesday evening.
Local Intelligence.
KETCDUM.
Graham Flour at City Bakery.
The latest at the Jewelry Store.
Toilet sets at Metropolitan Drug Store
Pickled pigs feet at the City Bakery.
Try them.
China Dolls , from lOc. to § 2. at Met
ropolitan Drup Store.
The Union Sunday School will beheld
next Sunday morning at 10 o'clock , in
the Hall.
Go to Lytle Bros , for two-seat Spring
Wagons , and Half-Spring Democrat
Wagons.
J. S. Hunter has opened out a res
taurant on Main Avenue , in the old
billiard hall.
Smoke "Morales , " a book rolled
Havana filled cigar for lOc. at Metro
politan Drug Store.
A full line of Paints , ready mixed
for use , all shades and warranted , at
B. & 31. Pharmacy.
Blankets , Horse Blankets , Buffalo
llobcs , Bed Comforters and Feathers ,
at the Chicago Store.
Hair brushes , nail brushes , tooth
brushes and infants hair brushes at
Metropolitan Drug Store.
"Ten Nights in a Bar-Eooiu' ' will be
h given at Saturday matinee by the Jen
nie Holman Combination.
M
\ If you want a Heating Stove for yonr
i school houses , adapted for either wood
I or coal , go to Lytle Bros.
Don't forget the fact that at Metro
politan Drug Store you will receive the
worth of your money every time.
I want to buy a few jrood milk
cows. They must be fresh'good milk
ers and gentle. I. J. STAIIBUCK.
There will he a Gospel Temperance
Meeting at the Opera House next Sun
day evening. All are cordially invited.
The City Bakery has just received
the finest line of Candies ever brought
to McCook. Ixcmembor this and 0
there for your candies.
The Jewelry Store is the only place
to buy reliable goods. Everything is
guaranteed and sold at prices as low as
any house in the business.
Just arrived , at the City Baker } ' , a
car-load of the Cream and Fancy brands
of Grand Island Flour. Also , a supply
of white bolted corn meal.
An immense stock of Gros Grain
Silk in Blacks and all the new shades
at 55c. per yard and up. at the Chicago
General Store. J. MENARD. Prop.
% J. T. Morris of Stockvillewas in town ,
Thursday , on land business. Mr. Mor
ris called and reported Frontier county
as reaping her second crop of emigrants.
Mrs. S. A. llowell is selling her stock
of Millinery very low. and will continue
to do so for GO days. It will pay you
to call and examine before buying else
where.
The election returns will be read from
the stage at the Opera Hall. Tuesday
nnd Wednesday evenings , during the
performances of the Jennie Holman
combination.
Please call and examine our stock of
Winter 3lillincry. Ladies' . Misses' and
Children's Bonnets. Hats and Caps , at
astonishingly low prices. Don't forget
the place. MBS. S. A. HOWELL.
At the election held by the M.'E.
Sunday School , last Sunday afternoon ,
| n the Opera Hall , the following officer ?
v-cre elected : Miss Nettie East , orga
nist ; Chas. M. Collins , choriter ; Al
bert Daniels , Secretary.
A fashion gazette has it that : -'Gath
ered waists are still very much in favor
with young ladies. ' ' We believe the
same stj-le of waists is still very rcch-
jjrclie and fascinating to the uiascaljilS
persuasion of the'sapie age.
The W. C. T. U. will meet at the res
idence ol Mrp. Dungnn next Tuesday
afternoon hi from 3 to 4 mountain time.
Lytle Bros , have just received the
most complete assortment of Heating
Stoves ever brought into lied Willow
County : including 1lm latest styles of
Base Burners. A complete assortment
of Soft Coal Burners. Wood Heating
Stoves of all descriptions.
In my Carpet Department I show a
large and elegant line of Velvet Brus
sels , Body Brussels , Tapestry , Ingrain ,
Ileinp , Hugs , Oil Cloth and Matting ,
at prices as low as can bu found in any
market. J. MKXAUP , Proprietor ,
Chicago General Store.
The new proprietor of the West Dennison -
nison street meat market has purchased
the lot and building upon which he is
doing business from George Lcland for
the sum of $850 cash. The gentleman
has rented land on the bottom , where
1m will provide corrals and a slaughter
house.
II. C. Rider is putting up another
residence in the western part of town.
The house is 2-i feet square , and is be
ing built on the lot between the homes
of Messrs. Hills and Molnroy. Mr.
Rider is doing much toward making
that one of the handsomest residence
parts of our town , having built over 20
houses , this season.
The young son of Widow Richardson ,
who lives on the south side a few miles
below townk aged about 12 years , died
at the residence of his mother , Sunday ,
October 12th , or that fell disease ty
phoid fever. The family have only been
in this county about six months , having
mo'vcd in from the cast , and token a
homestead in the spring. The family
have the sympathy of their entire neigh
borhood in this sad affliction.
The building for the furniture store
of Ludwick & Trowbridge on WestDen-
nison , adjoining the skating rink , is be
ing pushed rapidly to completion , and
the gentleman inform us that they will
shortly open out si fine line of furniture.
Mr. Ludwick has moved into his resi
dence , just south of the public school
building , and Mr. Trnwbndgc has com
menced the building of a house on the
liill east of the school house. These
young men will be an acquisition to our
town.
Kctchum We've got 'em you bet.
The excavation for George Leland's
house on West Dennison is finished , and
stone are being hauled on the ground
for the building. The house will be 2.5
feet front and SO feet deep , two stories
high , and the material used will be stone
and brick. It will make a fine show
ing for West Dennison , when complete.
Mr. Leland has disposed of his proper
ty on Railroad street , opposite the sec
tion house , he has fitted up his leed store
as a residence , and is building a larger
building for that purpose on the lot ad
joining on the north.
Prescription ? accurately compounded
at Metropolitan Drng Store.
The temperance meeting held in the
Opera Hall. Sunday evening , under the
auspices of the Woman's Christian Tem
perance Union , an organization recent
ly completed in o v niid.-.t , comprehend
ing in main , in battle array , the women
of our city who are vitally interested in
its moral welfare , was largely attended ,
and a creditable showing 1'or the organ
ization's first public meeting. These
ladies are banded together for work , and
that they will accomplish , in a great
measure , that for which they are organ
ized and what their name indicates , we
doubt not. "The harvest is plentiful ,
but the reapers are few. ' ' More power
to the few.
For anything you need in fancy China
ware call at Metropolitan Drug Store.
Despite the inclemency of the weath
er , Saturday evening , a large crowd , jn-
j eluding quite a sprinkling of the fair
! sex , turned out to hear W. II. Michael
! expound the gospel of truth viewed from
the elevated standpoint of the grand old
republican party. Mr. Michael has a
pleasing address , fine voice , has a clear ,
incisive way of thinking , and presented
the doctrine in a masterly manner. His
remarks touching our nominee for Con-
° -rcss in this district. Hon. James Laird. .
C \ '
were received with applause , indicating
in no uncertain yoicc. the sentiments of
the voters of this section in Congressr
man Laird's favor the Omaha Bee ,
Herald , and other democratic organs to
the contrary notwithstanding. The mu
sic of the band added to the pleasure
of the occasion.
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Keep warm by buying those heav }
all wool Flannels of - -
- * l * " - JJf ' " ' Auy. , P-rqprietpr ,
'Chicago'General Store.
The Board of Trustees , at their spec
ial meeting , Thursday evening last , en
tertained a petition of a majority of the
property owners on the west side of
Main Avenue , praying for the erection
of a sidewalk along the west side of
the Avenue from the north side of Rail
road street to and including the lot upon
the Land Office , stands , and by reso
lution ordered its'construction. . Cross
walks from the south corner of the
old Babcock lumber yard to the south
corner of Ilocknell's yard , and connect
ing Lytlcs' hardware store , the bank ,
Farley's market , Hayden's store , and
across to Lytles' , and from the south
side of Dodge , ( where that street crosses
Main Avenue , ) to the west side of the
Avenue , were all ordered built. Peti
tion and bond of Lewis Bros. , for bil
liard license , were accepted and license
ordered issue. The fire hose presented
to the village by those parties owning
it , was formally received by the hoard.
Tube Paints , full line , at Metropoli
tan Drug Store.
The Citizens Band and a number of
our non-musical people went down to
Arapahoe , Friday afternoon , to hear
Senator Mandcrson , who addressed an
enthusiastic Republican mass meeting ; ;
it that place on Friday evening. All
ire unanimous in thu verdict that our
unior senator made a superlative speech
md were disappointed at not being able
: o remain and hear him out being
compelled to return on No. 1. The
Senator made a number of happy hits ,
imong them being his summary of this
country , when he made his first journey
through it , quite a number of years ago.
tie illustrated his "first impressions" by
repeating the story of Wade , who , liv
ing in the far west , in the mining coun-
ry , became greatly disgusted with
things in general. An old miner re
monstrated with him , and proceeded to
depict in roseate colors the advantages
of the country , remarking that all the
ountry needed to make it a veritable
oaradise was plenty of water and good
society. Wade replied'that those same
physical conditions would make hades
in acceptable summer resort. But the
senator's "first impressions' ' have been
greatly modified by this visit to the Re
publican Valley , where evidences of fine
reps and general prosperity are to be
seen on every hand , upon which he grew
oratorical and complimentary.
Hanging lamps and hand lamps at
Metropolitan Drug Store.
A petition for a sidewalk along the
ast side of Main Avenue from the lum
ber > ard of Frees & Hocknell to the
south side of Dodge street , was circula
ted the first of the week. There are
a number of places along that side of
Main Avenue that need repairing and
construction , and this move will meet
with the entire approbation of all pedes
trians , who have long been in danger of
limb. The petition will be presented at
the first meeting of the trustees. We
herald the approaching indications of
improvement in our sidewalk and the
construction of crossings.
The Congregational church building
is undergoing extensive repairs and im
provements , which occupy a week or
two more to complete. The building
has changed in its interior advantage
ously , and is about ready for the paint
ers. The church will be comfortably
seated with regular seats , the magnani
mous gift of Representative Hocknell ,
and will be in all respects more church-
like after its renovation.
Xylonite combs at Metropolitan Drug
Store.
A sociable will be given by the Mis
sion Band at Mrs. Dungan's , Wednes
day evening , November 5 , at which a
number of articles will be sold for the
benefit of the Congregational church j
these articles having been furnished by
a Sunday School class of young ladies
in Rochester , N. Y. , through Miss Liz
zie Shaw , once a member of that class ,
now connected with the Mission Band.
Everybody invited , everybody welcome.
For the best Flour in town call at
City Bakery.
The Jennie Holman Combination will
play in McCook , every day next week.
The company will open Monday eyem
ing in Eanchoiijthe Cricket. The troup
is well spoken oby those who have
se'en them perform , and a large house
will doubtless greet them in their open
ing performance.
A large Hue of Dress Flannels , Dress
Plaid and Jersey Cloth in all the latest
while it i $ complete.
J. &ENARD , Proprietor.
PERSONAL POINTERS.
Miss Bertie Johnson of Chicago ar
rived in McCook , last week , and is vis
iting her aunt , Mrs. Sanders , at the B.
& M. Eating House.
Miss Hammond , who has heen visit
ing her brother , Thos. Mclnroy of our
town , for a few weeks past , left for home
on Friday afternoon.
Mr. Watts , brother in-law cf J. W.
llowell , is now down with typhoid fever
at the lattcr's home. Every precaution
ary measure was adopted , with out suc
cess "as the sequel indicates.
Joe Swan of the Red Cloud and Lin
coln Eating Houses , was in town , Sat
urday last. Rumor has it that the B.
& M. will build an Eating House at
Oxford , over which Mr. Swan will pre
side.
Fred. Chrissy went to Iowa , last
week , to see , well , we don't know the fair
lady's name nor when the auspicious
event will be consummated , but the
whenconess these visits frequent must
be wherefore.
Mr. Wilcox , father of the Wilcox
Bros. , left for his home in Oilman 111. ,
Saturday after an enjoyable visit in Mo-
Cook of some weeks duration. Mr. Wil
cox was greatly pleased with the country
and climate , which to him was invigorat
ing and rejuvenating.
A. E. Merritt of Oilman , 111. , who is
extensively engaged in the emigration
business over the lines of the C. B. &
Q. , and who has been visiting in our
city , a few days , left for Illinois , Satur
day last. Mr. Leonard , of the same
town accompanied him home.
AY. H. Dimmick , clerk of the district
court of Rawlins county , Kansas , was
in town , Friday , and had some commer
cial work executed in THE TRIBUNE'S
job department. Mr. Dimmick made a
short trip in Franklin county , Friday ,
and returned to Kansas , Saturday.
Provided we can secure the assistance
of the principals in the romance , we
will shortly begin the publication of a
serial entitled , "The story of Iky and
the Swede. " Allow us to intimate ,
just here , that our Gatling gun is in
superb shape , and that the exigencies
of western life are uncertain.
J. S. Phillips sells the Kctchum
Wagons the best in the world.
We are in receipt of a note to the
effect that there is a sick woman in West
McCook , who needs ministering to , but
were unable to gather any facts from
people living in that part of town ,
though the promise was given that the
report would be investigated.
Lytle Bros , have just received a car
load of Bain wagons.
No CHANCE TO COUNTERFEIT De-
Land's Chemical Baking Powder , for it
is put up in tin cans only , bearing their
name. You cannot be sure what brand
you are buying when you purchase bulk
Baking Powder. Sold by Hayden & Co.
lOc. will buy an American dog at
Metropolitan Drug Store.
If you want to lie awake all night and
belch carbonic acid gas from your stomach
ach , and make the room in which you
sleep unhealthy for your children , cat
for supper biscuit raised with Baking
Powder containing ammonia.
For pure drugs and medicines go to
Metropolitan Drug Store.
If you want to be classed with the
dyspeptic people , use alum and ammo
nia Baking Powder. If you wish to avoid
this horrible complaint , use LCH' Ger
man Baking Powder and enjoy health.
Is sold by C. H. Rogers.
For sale one Baby Carriage , inquire
at Metropolitan Drug Store.
Hundreds of dyspeptic people are go
ing flown to their graves caused mostly
by using ammonia and alum Baking
Powder. Leis' German Baking Pow
der is used by dyspeptic people with
safety. Sold by C. H. Rogers.
Cheap sponges for school children at
Metropolitan Drug Store.
\J. S. Dispensatory , page 101 , tolls
you the origin of aiuinowa. We will
"ive § 5.00 rowanl if any ammonia or al
um is found in Leis' German Baking
Powder. Sold by C. H. Rogers.
1GO acres deeded land , 10 acres
broke , sod house , stable , etc. Price ,
$640 , if sold soon. Choice Tree Clc\uu \
for sale. Also , 10. thrifty Shpats. EJV
quhe.of W ; in. ( 'oleinau , 7 mile \ oytfv ,
west of McCopk. ,
Cubas" . a long Havana filled 'Cigar ,
for a nickel' Metropolitan Drug Store.
HURRAH for BARGAINS
rrt TJ" 777 * * * * * *
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Chicao General Store.
CHEAPEST & BEST SELECTED STOCK OF
Boots & Shoes , Clothing , Carpets , Groceries ,
TO .H # .FO Z7JVJD W-EBT
OMAHA and LINCOLN.
At Prices That Can't be Beat.
Ottoman Silk , Brocade , Reps , Seal Plush Cloaks
SL UNDID PRINTS , 20 Yards for . $1.00
FINE DRESS GOODS , . from JJc up
CRASH TOWELING , . He : ttul Upward
FINE LINEN TOWELS , . lOc. and Hotter
HANDKERCHIEFS , . : -5c. Bettor Ones at Ik. ami lOc.
LADIES' CLOAKS . from $2.50 up to $73.00
IN LADLES' CORSETS . Wo Defy Coiupotioi ,
AT ASTONISHINGLY Low FIGURES ,
ioiras lO Yds.
Let every one wlio visits or lives in McCook , visit tlic
Chicago General Store before purcliasing elsewhere their
Winter Gqods , and be convinced that the above named
Store is first-class and true in. all respects in Aveights and
yards . We shall continue for sixty days to give a boims of
Ten Yards of Calico to every Cash Purchaser of Ten Dollars
lars worth of goods , outside of groceries.
Communicated.
Perhaps all do not know that McCook
KIS a W. C. T. U. It is not an organi
sation that has a name to live , while it
is dead , but its pulse beats warmly and
energetically undei the leadership of j
Him who careth for the souls of men. j
The one great desire seems to be to j
iielp those who arc in need of help from
: hc fell destroyer : and now that the
Union is in good working order , we hope
to receive many more members. We
wish help and encouragement from every
: emperanceinan and woman in the town.
Hie work is ours. W. C. T. U.
Clothiiis ! Clothing !
By buying a heavy stock of Clothing
and Overcoats in July and paying spot
cash I was enabled to get a discount of
10 percent , which I propose to give my
customers the advantage of , and to re
duce my stock , I will give a discount uf
10 of on all cash sales in Clothing until
December 1st. Jos. MENAUD , Prop. ,
Chicago General Store.
For SO Days
Will sell Ash Extension Tables for
§ 1.00 per foot , Kitchen Safes for § 50 ,
Carpets 35c. per yd. Windmills way
down , Sewing Machines cheap for cash.
A large and complete stock of Furni
ture 15 per cent , cheaper than can be
sold by any other dealer.
J. S. PlllLUL'S , Indianola , Nob.
Talve Notice !
I will sell at Cost until December 1st
all my Millinery Goods , consisting of
Fancy Feather Tips. Plumes , Flowers ,
Ornaments. Hats , Bonnets and Ladies'
Caps , ( all hats trimmed free of charge )
at the Chicago General Store.
[ . MKXAUD. Proprietor.
SaYQ Y'our Eyes.
Kye protector's at the Jewelry store.
Also , spectacles of all kinds : Smoked ,
blue and green glasses , shooting-specs ,
etc.
"White and black mustard seed and
celery seed at Metropolitan Drug Store.
Wonderful'
AVc do not knoiv of any medicine that liai { rained
an equal popularity , la such a short time , for .lie
Instant relief of coutflis and sorenei-s la the \\fi\K * , as
BKGGS * CHERRY COCUIl 5YiiT It fc > HUM and
pleasant to take and will nut in > T < f tha most delicate
infant. Sample bo V f ? at S. L. Green's and
Johnson & SnaWai"'s.
LADIES' MEDICAL ADVISER.
A Complete Mcd.K\\\ Work for Women , hand
somely \ > . .Qrt tn cloth , anil illustrated. Tells
how lo prevent ami cure all discuses of the
hex , by a treatment at home. Worth its weight
in gold to every lady suffer-in ? from any of
these diseases. Over 10,000 sold already. Post
paid only 50 cents. Postal note or2.ctsunups. .
Address HTO3A PUBLISHES C3. , HiiJ , 1 ? . V.
R. S. Coolcy's Bulletin Board.
One quarter deeded land.li miles from
town. Price , 50-10 cash.
One quarter deeded land , 11 miles
from town. Price. $ ( > 10 cash.
One quarter deeded -land , timber and
'water. 0 miles from town. Price$1)00. )
One quarter deeded land , 2 miles
from town , timber and water. Price.
$1.200 cash.
Houses and lots in M'cCook to sell
4 houses and lots in West McCook. ; J
houses and lots in South McCook. One
acre of laud , with good house. All cheap.
FOR SALE. A complete outfit for a
retail grocery store. Also , will lease
for a term of years a splendid location
for a country .store in the Beaver Yul-
ley. Address It. S. COOLEV. .McCook.
Many other bargains to oiler , ( 'all
on 11. 3. Coolyy , lleal Estate Agent ,
1st door south of U. S. Land Office.
Locals under this neu't ae. a liu for each
siibcition. 15:11-5 payable monthly.
J. i'l. Bcrger is agent for the Western
Cottage Organ , winch he will sell cheap
for ca.-h or on Ioiir : time. -k
II. W. Pike started ; Lumber Yard
in McCook. Xub. , January. 188-t , and
has come to stay. Full assortment ofc
Lumber. ? r.sh , Door ? . Lime and Build-
inir Material , sold at clo.se prices , con-
? i'.ilov i'i ) the freight.
Wauled !
: -JOU ladies of McCook and lied Wil
low a IKS adjoining counties to uuy Cloaks
at from 350 to § 75.00.
Chicago General Store' ,
Jos. MENAUD , Proprietor.
$100.00 llewuni- !
Tu findiiu stock am\
any one < -t larger
lower prices \ \ \ iho Republican "Valley
than ctive found at the Chicago ( .Jeu-
erul ft'torc.Jus. . MKXAUI * , I'rop.
"Wood Wanted.
I want )0 cords of wood at my cwrck
yard , iinmeuiatelv. Good pvic < i $ paid.
McCook. Oct. 2. II. P. KBLLI\
Clocks ! Qjoeksl
A new lot of cAfte-k ; ; at the Jewelry
Store , from S2.J/0 up. All warranted ,
perfect. Vtute keepers.
For musical instruments and music
" 0 to Metropolitan Drug Store.

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