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" 4 McOooK WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME III. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , NOVEMBER 2O , 1884. NUMBER 25. * $ BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ? f UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE McCook , Nebraska. Q. L. LA7TO , SsBicisr. C. T. SABCOCS , Eceelnr. OFFICK Houns : From 9 A. 31. to 12 M. , and 1 to 4 P. M.t mountain time. J. E. COCHRAN , ATTORNEY AT LAW , HeCOOE , BED VTILLOW COUlirT , USE. 'Prnctico In any Courts of the stale and Knn pas , and the government Land Ollice of this District , and before the Lund Department at Washington. Satisfaction jruanintccd , and terms reasonable. Ofllco 1st door south of the * , U. S. Land Olllco. 3-28. I- Ig. T g. JENNINGS & STARBUCK , ATTORNEYS AT LAW , McCooK , - - NEBRASKA. Wilt clve special attention to the practice of law , * and waklnir collections. C37-Offlce SeconUbldcInorth of de.wt , 2 doownortli Grcea'a drug store. 3-SW. PAGE T. FRANCIS , I COUNTY SURVEYOR , * Red Willow County Keeps certified plats of all lands in the Hitchcock land district. Special attention given to all such business. Correspondence solicited. 2-22. E. C. TOWNE , & ' ' , < : LAND AGENT , McCOOK. - NEBRASKA , Docs a General Land Business in the Mc COOK LAND DISTRICT , NEHUASKA. and also in the OBEULIN LAND DISTRICT , KANSAS. S. H. COLVIN , Notary Public & Justice Peace. Pension papers carefully filled out and col lections promptly attended to. Office , 2d door east of THE TIUBUXE office. L. LEE JOHNSON , M. J ) . , PHYSICIAN & SUKGEON , Graisate HcJUcal Bepattneni University Wcotr. Office at Metropolitan Drupr Store , where he can be found when not professionally ensapr- ed. Itesldence , corner of Jellerson and JSlad- ison streets. DR. Z. L. KAY , r'l'T PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON , McCOOK , - - XEBUASKA. "Office at Churchill House. DR. A. J. WILLEY , SURGEON B. & M. Railroad. [ OFFICE AT B. & M. PHARMACY , ] McCOOK , - - NEBRASKA. A. T. GATEWOOD , SURGEON DENTIST. [ OFFICE AT McCOOK HOTEL. ] S3 Preservatien.ef the teeth n specialty. JOHN R COLLINS , CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER , McCOOK. - - NEBRASKA. Jobbing Trill receive prompt attention at my shop on Dcnntson'St. , opposite McCook House. Plans and specifications furnished If desired. C. L. NETTLETON , Superintendent Public Instruction Teachers' Examinations at Indianola on the third Saturday of every month , commencing at 8 o'clock. A. M. 2Mf. W.VM. . SANDERSON , HOUSE AND SIGN- PAINTER , McCooK , - NEBRASKA. All work guaranteed. Give me a call. WILLIAM McINTYRE , CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER OF LONG EXPERIENCE. All -work warranted. All material furnished if desired. "Work done on short notice. HINMAN & CO. , Painters , Grainers , Paper Hangers McCOOK , 2-36. NEBRASKA. tSTDesIgns famished for Ceiling Decorations , cither In paper or Fresco Painting. JSTEW BARBER SHOP. JACKSON TUBES Has opened up a Barber Shop on West Pennlson Street. McCook , Xel ) . , where he Is a > > le to do Sliavlnjr , Hair Dressing , etc. , nt all time * . Ladles and child ren's hair dressing a specialty , ( 'all and become acquainted. JACKSOX TUBCS. A. C. TOWNE , < REAL ESTATE AGENT. McCOOK , - XEBIJASKA. Hat for sale Deeded Lands , Timber Claims and Homesteads. Alee , will locate parties on Govern ment Land. k wanted for The Lives of allthe Presidents of the U. S. The AGENTS largest , handsomest best book "evcrsoldforlcssthantwlceoar price. The fastest sclllnj : boot IB America. Immense profits to agents. All Intelligent people want It. Any one can become a successful agent. Terms free. IIALLETT BOOK CO. , Portland , Maine. 2-35. GRAND SLAUGHTER "PIONEER STORE ! We have just received our Fall Stock of t Ladies' ' and Misses' Cloaks , s ! 's ' Him THE LINE We have the Largest and Most Complete assortment ever opened out in McCook. . afcBi.iTtlWkJ JWeTaXrljT rirwr a . -u ft T -tji JtrC JL In tins department T e are offering the following * bargains. ONE DOLLAE will buy 12 pounds of Granulated Sugar $1.00 13 pounds of extra "C" Sugar $1.00 20 bars of White Russian Soap $1.00 6 pounds of Arbuckle Coffee $1.00 16 yards of Good Muslin $1.00 20 yards of Prints ' . $1.00 * * & & * * * WltJtJ&WVW'niVWWtVr&i > W-r Perfection Flour $2 per cwt. Highest Market Price paid for Produce. CHAS. NOBLE , Manager. THE CITIZEN'S BANK OF McCOOK -DOES A GENERAL- BANKS IMC Collections made on all accessible points. Drafts drawn directly on the principal cities of Europe. Taxes paid for Non-Residents. Money to loan on Farming Lands , Village and personal property. Fire Insurance a specialty. Tickets for Sale to and from Europe , COBBESPOJTOEHXS : j J. W. DOLAN , President. First National Bank , Lincoln , Nel ) . V. FRANKLIN , Vice President. Chase National Bank , New York. | "W. F. WALLACE , Cashier. Jiol UNEQUALED FOR Power , Simplicity , Durability. Estimates made of Mill and Pump complete upon application. Every Mill Warranted. Send for Catalogue. THE WOODMANSB , * This mill Is a "solidvheel" and the best self-regulator made. The Woodmanse Xo. 6. Pump Is the best single acting force paaip In the market. Will work In wells from 10 to 200 feet In depth , and has back attachments to force water Into elevated tanks. Can be used .by hand or windmill. Parties contemplating the erection of a Windmill will consult their best Interests by calling at my Homestead , ! } miles northwest of McCook , or at B. Johnston's , 5 miles southeast , and ex amine this worlrtng of the Woodmanse. W. M. IRWIN , Agent , Woodmanse Windmill Co. . Freeport , HI. WASHINGTON LETTER. Washington , D. C. , Nov. 16 , ' 84. The bare prospect that the Demo- cruts have succeeded in gaining a vic tory , has had the effect to bring out more impossible roosters of stili more impossible breeds than anybody sup posed the world possessed , and these are of every conceivable size , shape , line and attitude , depending upon the zeal and earnestness of the bucolic editor , who in many cases devotes the four pages of his newspaper to this sort of poultry. In this presentation of the emblems of a decisive political victory , the exultation of the victors over a fallen foe find vent in the mock ing humiliation presented by a'Re publican rooster who has become deathly sick and whose stomach re fuses to retain the obnoxious Mulligan Letters and other vicious matter which is presumed to have been the undoing of one of the Presidential candidates , while the Democratic chanticleer , having a Cleveland face , is standing upon the prone and pros trate forms of two other like birds bearing the semblance of Blaine and Butler. The advent of Mr. Cleveland if he should become the ruling spirit of the White House , would make only the scccnti bachelor who has been invest ed with executive power , in this coun try , instead of the fourth as some of the newspapers state. Every Presi dent down to Mr. Buchanan had been either a married man or a widower at the time of accession. Thomas Jeffer son , Andrew Jackson , Martin Van Burcn and Mr. Arthur were widowers when they became President , , while John Tyler lost his wife and married again before the expiration of his term. The wife of Gen. Harrison sur vived him many years but she never came to "Washington , having received tidings of his death just as she was about to start for the Capital. Dur ing the General's brief month at the mansion , his daughter-in-law , Mrs. Jane Franklin Harrison , did the hon ors. It was at this time too that Mrs. Randolph , then a Virginia widow , got acquainted with the late James Brooks of the New York Express and subsequently married him. The wife of Gen. Taylor though an accomplish ed lady , was unable to preside at the Executive Mansion during any portion tion of the fifteen months of her hus band's administration. The wife of President Fillmore lived tnrough his administration and died at Willards Sotel only a few days after his suc- essor , President Pierce was inauga- ted. ' Mr. Pierce entered the White House under bereavement , having Lost a most beloved boy by a railroad accident in Massachusetts only a few weeks before. The social life at the White House during Mr. Pierce's term was so subdued that no one can be aid to have been mistress of it , though several lady friends of Mrs. Pierce were always on hand to do the honors. Mrs. Polk was a royal hostess , and , next to Mrs. Madison , is remembered more gratefully than any of the later mistresses of the mansion. Mrs. John son was an invalid during the term of ler husband , but the social affairs of ; he White House were most admira- managed by Mrs. Patterson and Mrs. Stover , her daughters , whose af- : ernoon receptions are a most fragrant memory. Mr. Cleveland has two sis ters , either of whom is well fitted to grace the White House , both having shown their adaptability in this regard 3V the smaller but not less exacting demands of the Albany social coterie. PEOHO. SCIENCE has no limits. Experi ments conducted for several years under the auspices of John Hopkins' university have proved that the arti ficial cultivation of oysters is practi cable beyond question. The Euro- Deau oyster increase theory was long iccepted in America as the true and only one. . In the Northern European oyster the eggs are hatched inside the parent shell and protected until they ire able to fasten and take care of ihemselves. It seems this is not the oyster breeding habit in more south ern latitudes. The university students of the American oyster in the regions round about Maryland find that unfer tilized oyster eggs are thrown out into the water , where they are fertilized and developed without the need of protection till the } ' grow a shell of : heir own. Thus it becomes possible to cultivate oysters in unlimited num- jers and the oyster raising industry is about to begin. The university experiments have been tried on oys ters in southern Europe with the same promising results. This new industry 3omes in good time as the old oyster neds , kept up by the planting method , ire rapidly wearing out. The new oys \ ter culture can supply any demand. THE BESSEMER HEATER Call at ETTE'S AND SEE THAT MAGNIFICENT Hard Coal Base Burner THAT HE. IS GIVING AWAY TO PURCHASERS OF Every Purchaser of & HEATER receives a ticket for the drawing , which takes place JANUARY 25th , 1885. Party drawing the st'dve and not wishing to take ita will receive $30 in cash. Don't fail to call and see it. ' T nnTTTP "onnnn HT * Wf < r . u. JuQiiuuitJc4.iJL.i2j. Three Doors North of the Chicago Store. Have Just Opened up a New Line of Ware. We Have a Tin Shop in Connection , and will do General Job Work in WE MANUFACTURE LUD WICK'S For Both Wholesale and Retail. Call and Examine Our Stock We Will Sell You GOOD GOODS for the Oash. West Dennison- Street , McCOOK , NEB ,