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Thursday , November 13 , 1884. TO OTTB ADVERTISERS , 37"All locals under this head ut the rule of lOc. for unit insertion , and lie. porllnuforcitch subsequent Insurtion , mid sutiiu will hu run until ordered out , unions tlino IK Hpcclllcd. Job work Bjiot cash , tjtiitcinouta willjbo pre sented at the end of each month. CONGREGATIONAL.-Sunday School at 10 A. M. every week. Preaching sorvlccs every Sunday riljjht ut 7.80. M. T. Alflo , every alter- imto Sunday morning at 11. M. T. Exceptions to the nbovo will be noticed In locals. OKOIIOE DUSOAN , rnstor. METHODIST. Services every other Sunday morning at 10.30 , M. T. , and evening at 8 , M. T. Sunday School every week atSJJO , il. T. Ser vices held In Opera Hull. Hull.N lUim.Er , Pastor. CATHOLIC. Services will be held In the Opera Hall once ovcry four weeks. JOSKPH CLEIIY , Pastor. L O. G. T. The Independent Order of Good Templars meet in the Congregational Church ovcry Tuesday evening. Local Intelligence. KETCHUM. Graham Flour at City Bakery. The latest at the Jewelry Store. Kctchum We've got 'cm you bet. Coal sieves for sale at Lytle Bros. Toiletsets at Metropolitan Drug Store Pickled pigs feet at the City Bakery Try them. Tube Paints , full line , at Melropoli tan Drug Store. A full line of hand corn shelters a T r Lytle Bros. China Dolls , from lOc. to $2 , at Met ropolitan Drug Store. J. S. Phillips- sells the Ketchuui Wagons the best in the world. For musical instruments and music go to Metropolitan Drug Store. 100 new Overcoats just received at Wilcox Bros. , at from $5 to $20. Blotting paper cut and put up in packages ut P. 0. News Depot. "Cubas" . a long Havana filled cigar , for a nickel at Metropolitan Drug Store. If you want a barrel of fine Missouri vrintcr apples , call at the Colvin House. Cabinet Photos , celebrated actress , very fancy and cheap , at Postoffice News Depot. Smoke "Morales , " a book rolled Havana filled cigar for lOc. at Metro politan Drug Store. Blankets , Horse Blankets , Buffalo Robes , Bed Comforters and Feathers , at the Chicago Store. Hair brushes , nail brushes , tooth brushes and infants hair brushes at Metropolitan Drug Store. Don't forget the fact that at Metro politan Drug Store you will receive the worth of your money every time. We can beat the Jews on Flannels , Hoods , and all Dry Goods , etc. WILCOX BROS. Go to Lytle Bros , and buy a Gold Coin Base Burner , guaranteed to give entire satisfaction or your money re funded. Page Francis is having the Starbuck feed store renovated and changed and will occupy the same , this winter as a residence. * The vote of Red Willow county at the last election would indicate that she has a population of about 5,000 within her borders. An excellent quality of sweet Michi gan cider at City Bakery. Also , a car load of Apples which will be sold cheap by the bushel. The City Bakery has just received the finest line of Candies ever brought to McCook. RemembiT this and go 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 Bakery , a car-load of the Cream and Fancy brands of Grand Island Flour. Also , a supply of corn meal. The best is the cheapest. Judging by the number of wagons Lytle Bros , are sending out lately , the "Bain wagon" is the best in the market. 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. Mrs. S. A. Rowell is selling her stock of Millinery very low , and will continue to do so for 60 days. It will pay you to call and examine before buying else where. \ All varities of assorted Misssouri ap ples for sale , by the barrel , at the Col vin House. For anything you need in fancy China ! ware call at Metropolitan Drug Store. . A car-load of assorted winter Missouri apples , all varieties , for sale at the Col vin House. I have a good 10 ft. Wind Mill which I would" like to trade for a good fresh milch cow. W. M. IRWIX. The dance after the audience was dis missed at the Opera Hall , Friday , even- jng , was largely attended and a very .enjoyable affair. The nicest Maple Syrup and new White Clover Comb Honey you ever saw at Wilcox Bros. , and New Sorghum on ly 50 cents per gallon. We are requested to announce that the Ladies' Union will meet at the resi dence of Mrs. Albert Noran next Wed nesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. A gentleman from McCook has been here looking over the field for a billiard hall , and the building will probablygo up at an early date. Ludcll Settler. Eddie Wilcox is experiencing much loss ot sleep , frointhe wound received at the hand of a playmate , last week. This should prove a wholesome lesson for the boys. If that young man on Mam Avenue will call at this office and explain satjs- factorily how he came into possession of the editors dancing slippers , unpleas antness will be avoided. The large quantity of ammonia used in the so-called leading Baking Powders is poison. Leis" Gorman Baking Pow der contains none of the injurious ingre dients. Sold by C. II. Rogers. We were in error in our statement in last week's paper concerning the atti tude of the B. & M. Co. on the coal ques tion. The company will issue coal to employes as of old. Be calm. Reader , lookout for the advertise ment of Ludwick & Trowbridge , our new furniture dealers , next week. In the meantime , call around and inspect their goods and become acquainted. Please call and examine our stock of Winter Millinery , Ladies' , Misses' and Children's Bonnets , Hats and Caps , at astonishingly low prices. Don't forget the place. MRS. S. A. ROWELL. The vote polled in McCook , on the 4th inst. indicates that our population is very considerably over a thousand. Let us get up a pony purse and have a complete and and reliable census taken. Mrs. Ed. Dolen , who has been a great sufferer with a serious affection of the breast , for some mouths , died at the residence of her husband , yesterday. She leaves a number of small children. Neither alum or ammonia are natur al products , and should , not be used in articles for our daily food. Leis' Ger man Baking Powder is free from any 3f the above articles. Is sold by C. H. Rogers. Our people were quite captivated with Tennie Holman's playing , and Jennie in turn became enamored with George Chenery's English pug to such an ex tent as to offer George $100 for the lit tle animal , which was refused. A large line of Dress Flannels , Dress Plaid and Jersey Cloth in all the latest shades and lowest prices , at the Chicago General Store. Examine our stock iThile it is complete. J. MENARD , Proprietor. J. H. Ludwick of the new firm of Ludwick & Trowbridge. is the patentee ) f a very handy and cheap lamp , with reflector atachtment , to which he calls ; he attention of the public. The lamp s simple and substantial in make and ; heap and servicablc as well. Nights of restlessness is often caus- : d by eating adulteiated food. Baking Powder that contains ammonia or alum ire poisonous , and should not be used. Leis' German Baking Powder is free 'rorn all adulterations. Sold by C. H. Rogers. DELAND'S CHEMICAL BAKING Poiv- 3ER is a strictly pure powder. It is nade from Grape Cream Tartar and Si-Garb. Soda only. They manufacture heir Soda expressly for it , and as it s put together on chemical principles , ve claim it las : no equal on the market , L'ryit ! Test it land you will use no tther. Sold by Hayden & Co. Parties from Rawlins countyKansas , vere canvassing McCook , last week , on heir regular annual begging tour. This msiness , we are informed , has been car- ied on for a number of years with the arne old plea of drought. There is no ixcuse for these people , this year , and mr people should treat them accord- ngly. Dr. Willey is enlarging his drug store , by the addition of a shed on the west ' side , and making changes in his pres ent building. Town was full of landseckcrs , Wed nesday and Thursday. All available conveyances in town were called in re quisition to accommodate them in their hunt for real estate. Both Royal and Prices' contain um- monia , as shown by chemical test , Leis' German Baking Powder is free from ammonia and alum. Is a pure Grape Cream Tartar Baking Powder. Sold and guaranteed by C. II. Rogers. The Jennie Holman Combination's season ended , Saturday evening with "Josh Whitcomb. " This company met with a most flattering support during the entire week they performed in our town , and all were pleased with the com pany's efforts. In my Carpet Department I &how a large and elegant line of Velvet Brus sels , Body Brussels , Tapestry , Ingrain Hemp , Rugs , Oil Cloth and Matting , at prices as low as can be found in any market. J. MENAUD , Proprietor , Chicago General Store. Hugh McGann an old time conductor on the "Q" but now of McCook , Nebras ka , was in the city the fore part , of the week visiting with old time friends. Mc Gann has more friends to the square inch than any other man that ever left Creston. Independent American. Ludwick & Trowbridge , our new fur niture firm , have received and put in shape a full line of Furniture , Stoves and Tinware at their new store on West Dennison street to which they call the attention of the people of McCook and vicinity. Call and inspect their goods. Prescriptions accurately compounded at Metropolitan Drug Store. Explanatory of the lack of news in this issue , we desire to state that the editor has been having a tussle with ma larial fever and a severe cold , with the odds largely in favor of the malaria and cold , for the past ten days , incapacita ting him for news gathering or the prep aration of the samo. For the best Flour in town call at City Bakery. Messrs. Small and Liddell desire to inform the public that they are now ready to do all kinds of job work at their new Blacksmith and Wagon Shop ( west of Pike'.s lumber yard ) . Good Stable for feeding horses in connection. All work warranted to give satisfaction ind horses boarded by day or week. Zylonite combs at Metropolitan Drug Store. It is our sad duty to chronicle the death of Mrs. T. B. Babcock at Cam bridge , Tuesday morning. Mrs. Bab- sock has been a sufferer from pulmo nary complaint for quite a long time , ind every means was employed to re store her to health , but all without ivail. Her remains were taken to Rockford , III. , Wednesday , for inter- nent. For pure drugs and medicines go to Metropolitan Drug Store. A young man , whose name we have Deen unable to ascertain , died in the Churchill House , Friday night , of ty- Dhoid fever. We understand that ; here are five or six other members jf the same family down with the ; ame disease , and that they need look- ng after. The sanitary conditions leed over-haulinpr , also. It is the luty of our people to look after cases ) f sickness and want. Wo are apt to De too much occupied with self and lay too little attention to things and leople around us. Jubilee Twist Plug Smoking Tobacco it Metropolitan Drug Store. A man by the name of Roberts lied at bis home on Medicine Creek , iVednesday , of injuries received by > eing kicked by a horse or run every ) y the wagon , our informant did not enow which. It seems that Roberts vas hauling hay last Thursday , and hat he had gotten down to pick up he lines that had fallen under the lorses , that in so doing tUe horses be- : ame frightened and run away. A ) hysician was called , Sunday , and iVednestiay , Israel Wood , came down o McCook for medical assistance , but he injured man was beyond the help > f human skill before the doctor and ilr. Wood arrived at the house. Keep warm by buying those heavy ,11 wool Flannels of J. M.ENARD , Proprietor , Chicago General Stbrfc. , PERSONAL POINTERS. W. II. Hayden made u short visit to McCook , Friday. Editor Morgan of the York Republi can made us a pleasant call , Wednesday William Ffuin returned from an ex tended visit to Chatsworth , 111. , Satur day. Harry Clark spent a couple of days of last week at home , taking advantage of our season of amusement. Mr. and Mrs. Davenport and Mr. am Mrs. Taylor of Culbertson , came down to see "Josh Whitcomb , " Saturday night. Judge Gaslin and District Attorney Morlan , went through McCook , Friday on their way to hold a session of court at Culbertson. Mrs. Richards and Misses McDonald of Benkelman , sojourned in our midst a number of days last week , enjoying the respective plays presented by the tfol- man Combination. Mr. Harlow , largely interested in stock on the Beaver , was in town , Tues day , completing arrangements for mak ing final proof on a quarter section in the neighborhood. L. H. Lawton , a Culbertson cattle man , was in town , Friday and Saturday , and enjoyed with a number of other Culbertson people , the performances of of the Holraan Combination. J. B. Jennings went up to Culbert son , Friday , to attend district court. He was accompanied by Mrs. Jennings and and family , who visited friends at the capital of old "Tie Pecker" county. The Ludcll , Kas. , Settler says : "A daily mail to McCook is needed. " So it is , and McCook needs more and bet ter postal facilities. .No one is able to give a satisfactory explanation as to why our town should play second fiddle to other towns ot half her population. Why don't we have a mail route north and south , as is our right by reason of location and importance as a town the best one in the Republican Valley. Why is it that McCook is not a distrib uting point , that every particle of mail From this point fcr the north and south should go to Indianola for distribution. Mail from this place to outlying country postoffices should be made up here. Those interested want a new route , and if the proper effort is made we will get it. Smoke the BIGQ 5 cent cigar. Sold only at P. 0. News Depot. Mrs. Mary B. Willard. editress of the Signal , published in Chicago in the .nterest of the W. C. T.'U. , spoke to the people of McCook in a pleasant conversa- jonal style , Sunday evening , in the Opera Hall. Those who had the pleasure of be- ng present report that while she does not possess the oratorical power of Francis dVillard , she was in possession of facts tnd figures to a distressing degree rath- sr shattering some of their previously mtertained ideas of the position of cer- ; ain great political agents in this coun- ; ry. She was , during her short sojourn n our little city , the guest of Mr. and . Moody. Hanging lamps and hand lamps at Metropolitan Drug Store. SOUTH SIDE. There is to be a sociable for the bene- it of the Vailton Sunday School at A. Is. Nettleton's new house on Friday eveii- ng , November 14th. A nephew of Mr. Mcgrue had his sollar bone broken by being thrown from L horse , a few days ago. Mrs. C. L. Nettleton returned , Satur- lay , from her visit to Wisconsin. C. G. Cornwell , of Lawrence , 3Iichi- ; an , one of Driftwood's pioneers , return- id last week with the intention of mak- ng this his abiding place. Mr. C. will iommence work for C. H. Rogers about he first of December and will fill up the nterval by making it extremely warm 'or anything in the shape of game that : omes within reach of his "Pieper. " November 12 , 1884. JOSIE. Choice selections of sheet music , > nly 5 cents , at P. 0. News Depot. FOR SALE. 160 acres of choice deeded land , 6 nilea from McCook. 10 acres broke , ; od house 14x16 , dug-out 9x12 , stale - ) le 12x18. Price , § 800. Also , tree ilaim , all smooth , very fine. W. M. COLEMAN , 7 miles N. W. of McCook. TEE TRIBUNE is in receipt of a fCam- mign Map of the Western States" issu- id by the Chicago Daily News. It is raluable for statistics of a political na- ; ure , and s"ells for $1. Precinct Officers. The following are the officers elect : IXDIAXOLA. Assessor , J. D. Wei- born. Overseers. District No. 2 , J. W. Wolf ; Dist. 3,1. Mott ; DJst. 4 , A. W. Newland ; Dist. 11 , A. Z. Jones ; Dist. 20 , A. B. Coppers. Justices of the Peace. Clark Ward and J. W. Thomas. Constables C. M. Goben and J. W. Wolf. GEUVKU. Assessor , F. J. Bushong , Overseer , S. B. Coltrain. Justice , Geo. Huggius. Constables , John Crawley and E. Lawthers. RED WILLOW. Assessor , I. W. Spaulding. Overseers : Dist. 5 , E. Canaga ; Dist. 6 , Ed. Heath. Justices , N. J. Chrysler and Royal Buck. Con stable , W. F. Simpson. NOUTII VALLEY Assessor , F. A. Leap. Overseer , G. M. Miller. Jus tice , Z. T. McCullum. Constables : Win. Ruhrrup and J. W. Daniels. BoNMViLLK Assessor , Ed. Mack. Overseers : Dist. 14 , N. Dutcher ; Dist. 15 , J. E. Furr. Justice , N. Dutcher. Constable , E. Royce. BKAVEB. Assessor , Isaiah Bennett. Overseers : Dist. 18 , B. Lelm ; Dist. 13 , Win. Murphy. Constables : U. Moore and R. A. Gore. WILLOW GROVE. Assessor , P. T. Francis. Overseers : Dist. 19 , Geo. White ; Dist. 8 , S. B. Brown. VALLEY GKAXGI : . Assessor , R. Johnson. Overseer , W. Smith. Jus tice , W. A. Dcmay. Constables : C. E. Hinman and C. H. Jacobs. DuiFnvoon Assessor , R. M. Wil liams. Overseer , L.'R. IJileman. Justice , G. B. Nettleton. Constable , R. S. Hileman. EAST VALLEY.--Assessor , S. Young. Overseer , S. Young. Justice , S. B. Rowe. Constable , T. M. Clark. DAXBUUY Assessor , S. W. Stiljro- bouer. Overseer , J. H. Everest. Jus tice , W. R. Burbridge. Constables : J. C. Ashton and Jas. Lifrerett. Monthly Report Of the Valley Grange School for the month of October , 1884 : AGAIN ! / wish to say to the public that I have a scheme by which any one can Strike it ( Rich. All enterprising firms are continually looking after some = thing new in the way of adver tising , and the papers ofto = day are full of advertising schemes , etc. , and in order to keep pace with the moving } have decided to GIVE AWAY an elegant STEM WIND WATCH , a Keystone Coin , beautifully engraved , with a full 15 Jew * eled Movement , ( Patent ( Regulator = later , ( Pat. ( Pinion ( Dust Bonds , &c. , of the Elgin make , and guaranteed to be an accurate time piece. Valued at $40. Alsoyour choice of any ar = tide or articles to the value of $15.00. GALL AND INSPECT THE / have now the finest line of Jewelry to be seen in the West. All goods are new and fresh. , J3o snide Jewelry in stock. Every thing marked way down. ( People needing anything in my line will save dollars by buying of the only reliable Jewelry Store , and of one who 'mows what kind of goods he 's selling. Over 50 new patterns in Ladies' and Gents' Vest Chain. GLOGKS i SILVERWARE In J3ew Designs. -rirr ± * * rrJWr * * * > * * WATGHES AND JEWELRY In Solid Gold aud Solid Silver. extra charge for En = graving. All kinds of Repair = ing done. F. L. McCRACKEN , Jeweler , MoCOOK , : NEBRASKA. Clothing ! Clothing ! By buying a heavy stock of Clothing and Overcoats in July and paying spot cash I was enabled to get a discount of It ) per cent , which I propose to give my- customcrs the advantage of , and to re duce my stock , I will give a discount of 10 of on all cash sales in Clothing until December 1st. Jos. MRNAIU > , Prop. , Chicago General Store. For 3O Days Will sell Ash Extension Tables for $1.00 per foot , Kitchen Safes for $50 , Carpets Sue. per yd , AVindtmlls way down , Sewing Machines cheap for cash. A large and complete stock of Furni ture 15 per ent. cheaper than can be sold by any other dealer. J. S- PHILLIPS , Indianola , Neb. Take Police ! I will sell at Cost unf.l December 1st all my Millinery ( Jowls , consisting of Kancy Feather Tips , Plumes , Flowers , Ornaments , Hats , Bonnets anil Ladies' Caps , ( all hats trimmed free of charge ) at the Chicago General Stoic. J. MKNAUD , Proprietor. Wilcox Bros- Sell 12 Ibs. Standard Granulated Sugar for $1. 13 Ibs. Extra "C" Sugar for § 1. 20 Bars White Russian Soap for SI. Save Your Eyes. Eye protector's at the Jewelry store. Also , spectacles of all kinds : Smoked , blue and green glasses , shooting-specs , etc. R. S. Cooley's Bulletin Board. One quarter deeded landU , miles from town. Price , $ G-JO cash. One quarter deeded land , 11 miles from town. Price , $640 cash. One quarter deeded land , timber and water , G 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 McCook to sell 4 houses and lots in West McCook. 8 houses and lots in South McCook. One acre of land , with good house. All cheap. FOR SALK. 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 Val ley. Address 11. S. COOLEY , McCook. Many other bargains to.offer. . . Call on R. S. Coolcy , Heal Estate Agent , 1st door south of U. S. Land Office. BUSINESS POINTERS. Locals under this lieaa no. u line for cucli insertion. Bills payable monthly. J. E. Bergcr is agent for the Western Cottage Organ , which he will sell cheap for cash or on IOK < * time. 4. II. W. Pike started a Lumber Yard in McCook , Xeb. , January , 1884 , and has come to stay. Full assortment of Lumber , Sash , Doors , Lime and Build ing Material , sold at close prices , con sidering the freight. Blank Deeds , Real Estate Mortgages. Leases , Bills of Sale , Bond for Deed , Quit Claim Deeds , Contracts for Build ing , Mortgage Deeds , Release of Mort gage , Official Bonds , Soldiers Discharge , Petition for License , Notes , Receipts , etc.at , THE TRIBUNE office. Wanted ! 300 ladies of McCook and Red Wil low and adjoining counties to buy Cloaks at from § 2.50 to $75.00. Chicago General Store , Jos. MEXAUD , Proprietor. $100.00 Reward ! To any one finding a larger stock and lower prices in the Republican Valley than can be found at the Chicago Gen eral Store. Jos. ME.VAKD , Prop. ClocksI Clocks ! A new lot of clocks at the Jewelry Store , from $2.00 up. All warranted perfect time keeper. . IXDIANOLAJ EVATOR. I am now prepared to buy Grain to ship. CLARK U'ARD. July a , "S4-Gm. THE HOUSEWIFE'S FAVORITE. We will send FREE for O.VE EXTIHE VK.III , to every lady vho tends us at once the names of ten married ladies , ut the same address , and 12 t\vo-ct. stumps for pottage , our handsome , entertaining and instructive Journal devoted to Fashions , Fancy Work , Decorating ; Cook ing , and Household mutters. Regular price , $1. Send to-day , and secure the next number. Aii : : : : 20JIZSTIC JJU TAL , ITsrla , IT. 7. LADIES' MEDICAL ADVISER. A Complete Jlcdical Work for Women , hand somely bound in cloth , and illustrated. Tells howto prevent and cure all diseases of the sex , by a treatment ut home. Worth its weight in gold to every lady buffering from any of these diseases. Over 10,000 sold already. Post paid only 50 cents. Postal note or2-ct. stamps. Address IICITTA rTOLISHniJ CO. , ITssi : , 17. 7. Reliable Firms. Messrs. S. L. Grcon and Jolm on & -l always reliable and try to secure the bent of i'\ury thins for their putrotn. Tlicy nuw have Umcht a lark-c quantity of UKGGS * ClIKKUYroUUII SYKCl * . and arc always willing nncl ready to reconitncr.il It to e\cry one In need of a preparation for coushs , colds. a tbtna , lironchltfc and con.-umptlon , as tht-y know of aootUer remedy that Is gaining s-'jcli a nJdc reruta- lira. Sample bottles free.