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The Tribune
Thursday , December 18,1884.
t2T AH locnls under this head at the rnto of
lOc. for first Insertion , and r c. per line for each
subsequent Insertion , and sumo will bo run
until ordered oaf. unless time IB specified.
Job work spot cash. Statements will be pre
sented at the and of each month.
CONGREGATIONAL. Sunday School at 10
A. M. every week. Preaching services every
Sunday nl ht at 7.30. M. T. AHO ! , every alter
r nate Bundaymornlnjr lit 11 , M. T. Exception
to the ubovo will bo noticed in locals.
METHODIST. Services every other Sunday
morning at 10.30 , M. T. , and evening at 8 , M. T.
Sunday School every week at 8.aO , M. T. Ser
vices held in Opera Hull.
HABTLEV , Pastor.
CATHOLIC.-Serviccs will bo held In the
Opera Hall once oven- four weeks.
i'H CI.EHY , Pastor.
A. F. & A. 81. McCook Lodfrc , u. D. , meets
on the llrst and third Tuesdays of each month.
T. G. HEKS. Sec. G. L. LAWS , W. M.
I. O. G. T. The Independent Order of Good
Templars meet In the Congregational Church
every Tuesday cvcnlnir.
B. & M. R. R. Time Table.
No. 2 7:10 , A.M. | No. 40 . . . .5:40 , P.M.
No. M 1CO , P. M. I No. 1 0:35. P. M
( Sf Eastbound trains run on Central Time ,
and westbound trains on Mountain Time.
Freinht trains do not curry puH&enjfcM
CtlAri. KKES , AKCIJt.
Locsil Intelligence.
Graham Flour at City Bakery.
The shortest day is DewemLer 21.
Cuspidors at Metropolitan Drug
Great reduction iu Heating Stoves
at LaTourette's.
For pure drugs and medicines go to
Metropolitan Drug Store.
Business men , now is the time to
advertise for the Holiday trade.
J. S. Phillips sells the Ketchum
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.
"Cubas" . a long Havana filled cigar ,
for a nickel at Metropolitan Drug Store.
Only one week till Christmas. Get
your gifts in order for the little folks.
Catholic services will be held in the
Opera Hall next Sunday at the usual
All persons indebted to C. H. Ilogers
are requested to call and settle their
accounts at once.
In Yases and China Ware we will
after this date sell for 25 per cent. off.
Metropolitan Drug Store.
To look forward profitably we must
look back. Experience of the past is
the best light for ttyp future.
Don't forget the fact that at Metro
politan Drug Store you will receive the
worth of your money every time.
At the City Bakery you will find the
largest and most delirious California
pears ever offered for sa.le in McCook.
S. H. Colvin has a fine lot of winter
apples on hand that he offers at $3 per
barrel. Give him a call and examine
the apples.
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.
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.
TER ever heard of in McCook , was made
at Rogers' , this week , on Overcoats.
Call and get -prices.
\ \ Corn is destined to become scarce
even-scarcer. Why one of our people
bought a whole wagon load , last week
for 25 cents : almost.
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.
If you want to drive a good bargain
when you wantrvHeuting Stoves , go to
Lytle Bros. , where you can purchase a
heater from $3.00 up to $40.00.
'Squire Shirey was down to Red Wil
low county , last week , to see his family.
and do some work on his homestead.
He returned on Saturday. York Re
Make a note of the fact that the Ma
sonic supper will preceed the dance
Christmas night , and further that the
tables will be set promptly for 9 o'clock
central time.
We can beat the Jews on Flannels ,
Hoods , and all Dry Goods , etc.
( Persons indebted to.us . will
please call at our office and set'
tie their accounts before ( Decem *
ber 3ist , 1884. All over * due
Jfotes held by us on January
ist , 1885 , will be put in our
lawyers hands for collection.
Jill parties having accounts
against us will please present
them for payment at onqe.
Frees & Hocknell ,
Ketcliuni We've got 'cm you bot.
Wall PocketH at Metropolitan Drug
GREAT REDUCTION in Heating Stoves
at LaTourette's.
New Home and White Sewing Ma
chines at Metropolitan Drug Store.
W. A. date's Art School will com
mence at the School House , POOH. For
date see small bills.
Buy your Christmas candy at the City
Bakery , where a consignment of cur
iously designed and handsomely deco
rated candies has just been opened.
The finest , by all odds , ever brought into
McCocik. Call and see for yourself.
The Courier remarks that although
Indianola is a temperance town that is
has no saloons under the proper style
she is troubled somewhat by inebriety.
Be social , and pay more attention to
your drug stores , and the matter will
be materially changed.
Cubas at Metropolitan Drug Store.
The Palace Skating Kink , L. Bragg
Manager , was re-opened last Thursday
evening , the 40ft. addition to the main
building having been completed. The
band enlivened the occasion with music ,
and Mr. Prehm , formerly manager of
the Indianola rink , added to the pro
gram by some fancy skating.
Piano and Organ Music at Metropol
itan Drug Store.
Thi' beautiful mild weather that has
prevailed in these parts for a number
of weeks past was rather poor prepara
tion for the sudden descent of the ther
mometer to 5 degrees below zero , Mon
day night , but the weather withal has
been so salubrious and mild this fall
an'd winter that even chronic grumblers
have been unable to exercise their lungs.
Hanging Lamps at Metropolitan
Drug Store.
On January 1st , 1885 , a penalty of
5 per cent , will be added to all unpaid
taxes of the year 188-1 , and interest
computed at 10 per cent , per annum
after said date. The Treasurer is or
dered to levy and collect the same after
January 1st , 1885.
County Treasurer.
Hand Painted Moustache Cup * at
Metropolitan Drag Store.
After January 1st the service on the
mail route between this place and Stock
ville will be increased from two to three
times per week. The mail will arrive
here on Mondays , Thursdays and Sat
urdays at noon , and leave for Stockville
at 2 P. M. on the same days. This
change will certainly be appreciated by
the people of Stockville and vicinity as
it will greatly facilitate business.
Indianola Courier.
Hand Painted Vases at Metropolitan
Drug Store.
Crete Nurseries offer of their own
growth one hundred and twenty acres of
nursery stock , carrying a good supply
of Apple , P.ear. Cherry , Plum. Peach ,
Apricot , and all the reliable small fruits.
Forty thousand Evergreens of our own
growth. Ornamental trees and plants ,
[ ledge plants , Russian mulberry , Catalpa -
talpa and Forest trees. Those who ap
preciate the advantage of dealing with
a home nursery should send for a cata
logue to E. F. STEPHENS , Supt. ,
Crete , Nebraska.
Dolls , in all sizes , at Metropolitan
Drug Store.
A number of McCooks sktuorial ar
tists paid the county-seat a visit , Friday
evening. They report an enjoyable time.
The Indianola band was out resplendent
in their new uniforms , and added mater
ially to the pleasure of of the evening's
skating. The following persons com
posed the party : Miss Jsnnie Fisher ,
Miss Nellie Fisher , Miss Eda Menard ,
Miss Dell Menard. Miss Josie Menard ,
Miss Johnson , Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Wal
lace , and Messrs. Chas. Ashmore , Sam
Ashmore , Chas Fisher , F. L. McCrack
en , J. F. Forbes- and Fred. Christy.
Ml those persons knowing
+ themselves to be in debt to Lytle \
( Bros , are requested to call and'
'square ' up accounts before
ist of January , 1885.
All parties owing me are requested
to call and settle previous to December
29th , 18S4 , as all accounts left stand
ing at that date will be left with an
attorney for collection.
H. W. PIKE. McCook , Neb.
The year 1884 is fast nearing the goal.
Positive Corn Cure at Metropolitan
Drug Store.
For the best Flour in town call at
City Bakery.
Hand Painted Toilet Sets at Metro
politan Drug Store.
Stoves at LaTourctte's.
John Glennon received $1,300 cash
for his quarter section , situated one-
half mile from th * corporate limits of
Advertisers should take care to have
all locals and advertisements in ono day
earlier than usual , next week. We will
press on Wednesday , instead of Thurs
We direct attention to the large ad
vertisement of McCracken , the Jeweler ,
appearing on the last page of this issue.
Frank has a handsome display of every-
in his line , and will guarantee the qual
ity of the same to be as represented.
The new skating rink was opened to
the public , Saturday evening. The boys
have invested considerable money in the
enterprise and have erected a laige ,
commodious and convenient rink , and
will doubtless receive their proportion
of patronage.
The Red Cloud Chief says of I. R. B.
Arnold's Sun Picture exhibitions and
lectures : "They are the best ever giv
en in Red Cloud. " Exchanges from oth
er cities all speak highly of his work.
He begins his course ot four lectures
here on Wednesday , December 31st.
Mail Agent Alden , who has succeed
ed in bagging a number of antelope ,
out west of here , sent a small one down
to F. L. McCracken. last week , which
Mac. expressed to friends in Michigan.
Mr. Alden , years ago , hunted the burly
bison over these prairies , and his hand
has not lost its cunning , he is still a
fine shot.
Like the Arab , the faro dealer , has
quietly folded his tent and secretly stol
en away , and it would prove a benedic
tion to our town , especially our young
men , if a few more individuals of the
same stripe , were to do likewise. En
forcement of the ordinances would make
such a course of action quite clear , we
Crete Nurseries paid Twelve Thous
and Dollars for labor in 1884 , and have
raised more Nursery Stock than they
can sell by ordinary methods. Those
who dislike to sell farm products at
present prices will appreciate the terms
they offer. Send for a catalogue to
E. F. STEPHENS , Supt. ,
Crete , Nebraska.
Toilet Soaps at Metropolitan Drug
As will be seen in a notice elsewhere
in this issue , W. F. Wallace , who has
been cashier in the Citizens Bank since
its inception , on the IGth inst. resigned
his position in the bank. We under
stand that Mr. Wallace will leave for
New York City about the first of Jan
uary , to take charge of a business with
which his father is connected in the
Circumstances have made it necessa
ry that the supper , to be given at the
Masonic Ball , Christmas evening , be
spread before the dancing commences ,
and we are requested to announce that
the supper will be spread in the B. &
M. Dining Hall promptly at 0 o'clock ,
Central Time , and after due and prop
er attention has been given to the gas
tronomic part of the evening's program ,
the dancing will commence
Current rumors call to mind the old
story of the miraculous liniment , which
runs on the effect that the inventor to
prove its virtue , cut off his dog's tail
and annointcd the stump , when a new
tail grew. That was unobjectionable
right and proper. Th in he picked up
the tail and rubbed some liniment on it ,
when a new dog grew out. This result
was unsatisfactory , inasmuch as it led
to uncertainty as to which was the dog
and which was its adjunct appendage.
A. C. Ebert now occupies a position
in the Citizens Bank.
J. T. Morris of Stockvillc wasin town
on laud business , Saturday.
John Glennon went to Plattsburg ,
Mo. , last week , to spend the winter.
V. Franklin returned from a short
business trip to Red Cloud , Tuesday.
J. B. Mcserve left , Saturday , on a
a business trip to points in Illinois.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A.Douglas of Obcr-
lin , were registered at the Eating House ,
Senator Dolan spent a number of
days of this week in.town on business
connected with his banking interests.
Bro. Crane of the Republican Valley
Echo was in town during our short ab
sence , and left his card. Call again ,
II. M.
Editor Watkins and Mr. Burwcll of
Blue Hill were in McCook , Monday , and
made THE TRIBUNE a short call during
their sojourn.
Frank Harris and the senior member
of this firm made a visit to that sprirht- ; !
ly , business town , Kansas. City , the first
of the week.
Frank Hudson of W. H. Hayden's
corps of clerks , returned from an ex
tended visit to Crawfordsville , Indiana ,
last Thursday night.
Fred. Christy , who has been clerking
for C. II. Roger's for a number of
months past , left for his home in Iowa ,
Tuesday , where he will engage in busi
ness for himself.
Charlie Noble was summoned to Den
ver , Wednesday , by a telegram conveying -
ing to him the sad news of the sudden
death of his sister. Mrs. Noble and
little daughter accompanied him.
D. Guernsey , largely interested in
stock on the Frenchman , was in to'vra ,
Saturday. Mr. Guernsey has just re
cently returned from Michigan , where
he bought about 500 head of yearlings
and calves. He is having them win
tered near Alma.
Mr. Pierce , a gentleman interested in
a number of newspapers at different
points in Iowa and Missouri , has been
in this section . of the state some time ,
with the view of locating a newspaper
somewhere in one of its numerous can
yons. Benkeltnan , Dundy county , has
been decided upon , and we are inform
ed that an outfit will be sent on at once.
Another gentleman , however , will direct
the destiny of the new journal.
From Dr. Willey we gather the fol
lowing account of the murderof Eugene
Sherwood by Jonas Nelson , near Cam
bridge on Tuesday. We have the fur
ther information that the tragedy was
the result of a difficulty over section
lines : "Jonas Nelson , a Swede 40
years old , brutally shot and killed a
worthy young man named Eugene Sher
wood , about G miles from Stockville on
Tuesday the IGth inst. His grievance
was purely imaginary. He is under
arrest and having a preliminary exami
nation before Judge Allen at this writ
ing. Young Sherwood owned the ranche
upon which he lived and was respected
by every one. His body will be taken
to Wisconsin for burial. Sherwood was
24 years old and single , leaves a wid
owed mother. "
Some parties had a slight misunder
standing at the Atlantic House , Indian
ola , Monday night , in which we are in
formed by a gentleman who came up
from the county seat , Tuesda } ' , one of
the belligerents was slightly disfigured
by a bullet , which struck him on the
forehead and" glanced upward , plowing
a furrow through his noble brow. Our
informant says the shot was fired by a
woman. The Courier gives th's account :
"There was quite a fracas at the At
lantic House , Monday night. We un
derstand that it grew out qf the desire
of some parties so gamble in the bar
room , a little shooting was indulged in ,
but no one hurt seriously. "
Our man-about-town observes that-
certain individuals , who are continually
borrowing money , with which to procure
their families the mere necessaries of ,
life , invariably have the wherewithal to ! ,
buy them their grog. Further more i
that these individuals aforesaid will do ,
nothing but loaf and borrow although
work , with fair compensation , has been
offered them. We speak of this for the
benefit of all parties , the spungers and
the spunged-upon. If more comes to ]
our ears we will give the public the
benefit of the names.
County Commissioners' Meeting
of Hayes County , Neb.
Held at LaForcst , the county seat
of said county , on the 10th day of De
cember , 1884.
Commissioners met pursuant to ad
journment. Present , H. H. Troth ,
John M. Daniels and William Keith ,
Commissioners , and County Clerk , J.
\V. Dyer. II. II. Troth made affirma
tion before County Clerk , J. W. Dyer.
11. II. Troth elected Chairman of Board.
Petition for establishing voting pre
cinct presented by A. F. Dyer. Accept
ed and placed on file.
Voting precincts established :
PRECINCT No. 1. Towns. 5 , 6 , 7 and
8 , range 31 and towns. G , 7 and 8 ,
range 32.
PRECINCT No. 2. Towns. 7 and S ,
ranges 33 and 34 , town. 6 , range 33
and towns. 5 , range 32 and 33.
PRECINCT No. 3 Towns. 5 , G , 7 and
8 , range 35 and towns. 5 and G , rungc34.
POLLING PLACE. Precinct No. 1
established at the house of J. K. Paxton.
POLLING PLACE. Precinct No. 2
established at the house of John Dyer.
POLLING PLACE. Precinct No. 3
established at the house of John M.
POLLING PLACE. Precinct No. 1 ,
Chase county , established at the house
of Tatsey McGillen. .
Petitions for the suspension of the
operation of the Herd Law , presented
by Samuel Tate. Accepted and placed
on file.
It is ordered by the board that a
special election be held in said county
on the 10th day of January , 1885 , for
the purpose of electing county and pre
cinct officers and to determine the per
manent location of the county seat of
said county as is provided by law , and
to ballot upon the proposition for the
suspension of tlie operation of the Herd
Law. J. W. DYER ,
County Clerk.
ED. TRIBUNE : Winter has come at
last. Quito a snow storm began in the
Beaver Valley , last Friday night , pre
senting quite a contrast to the beautiful
weather we have been having.
A Mr. Mason was to preach last Sat
urday evening , but stormy weather pre
vented a meeting. He preached on
Sunday to quite a concourse of atten
tive listeners and will continue his
meetings in the present week.
A Mr. Towne of McCook preached
here last Tuesday and Wednesday
Frank Springer has quite a sore
S. A. Garrett. Esq. , has purchased
some more cattle.
The Lyceum in the Bradbury school
district is flourishing and Elder Brad
bury is becoming quite an orator. The
next question is RESOLVED , That the
ax , gun and plow have done more to
civilize this country than the pen , press
and steam power.
All are well and happy in this part
of the valley. Respectfully ,
Hamburgh , Dec. 15. BE AVER.
W. F. Wallace having resigned as
Cashier of the Citizens Bank of McCook ,
to take effect from December IGth ,
1884 , after the above date , until fur
ther notice , the Citizens Bank will be
under the sole management of J. W.
Dolan and V. Franklin.
J. W. DOLAN , President.
Quarter section of land , timber and
water , 3i miles , and a 37-acre parcel ,
f miles from McCook. Both deeded.
Call on or address. EATON BROS. .
27 McCook , Neb.
Find Your Claims !
Persons who want to have their claims
surveyed before the busy time in the
spring , can have it done by me. Caller
or leave orders at Starbuck & Francis'
office. J. E. Castberg , Surveyor.
Parties wishing to buy a Piano cheap
for cash should oall at the B. & M.
Eatinc House , at once.
The county-seat is becoming quite
metropolitan in some respects. In cas
ualtics and rackets the past two weeks ,
she has been rather disproportionate.
These things come high , but it seems
that they must be had.
LOST A gold scarf pin. The pin
was in the shape of a dog. The finder
will be suitably rewarded by returning
it to this office.
Violins and Cases at Metropolitan
Drug Store.
We will furnish THE TRIBCNE and
any of the following publications , ono
year , at the rates named below :
nndinnpofU. 8. . 3.W
TOLEDO DLADE.jN'nsby'Bi'upor ) . . . 2.76
CHICAGO WKEKLV NKW8. . . . . . . . . . JJ.75
For 3O Days
Will soil Ash Extension Tables for
$1.00 per foot , Kitchen Safes for ยง 50 ,
Carpets Hoc. per yd. Windmills way
down , Sewing Machines cheap for cash.
A large and complete stock of Furni
ture If ) per cent , cheaper than can bo'
sold by any other dealer.
J. S. PHILLIPS , Indianola , Neb.
I am now prepared to buy Grain to
July 5 , * S4-Gm.
Wilcox Him Sell
12 Ibs. Standard Granulated Sugar
for SI. 13 Ibs. Extra ' "C" Sugar for SI.
' 20 liars White Russian Soap for $1.
R. S. Cooley's Bulletin Board.
One quarter deeded landG , miles from
town. Price , SG-10 cash.
One quarter deeded land , 11 miles
from town. Price , $ G40 cash.
One quarter deedcfd land , timber and
water , i'i miles Iromtown. PriccflOO. ,
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. 3
houses and lots in South McCook. One
acre of land , with good house : All cheap.
Foil 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 Val
ley. Address R. S. COOLEY , McCook.
Many other bargains to offer. Call
on R. S. Coolcy , Heal Estate Agent ,
1st door south of U. S. Land Office.
Locals under this ncao no. a line for each
insertion. Uills payable monthly.
All kinds of blanks kept for sale at
this office.
J. E. Berger is agent for the Western
Cottage Organ , which he will sell cheap
for cash or on long time. 4.
II. W. Pike started a Lumber Yard
in McCook , Neb. , 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.
Notice is hereby Kivcn to all persons havinpr
claims aguinpt the estate of Abraham Consta
ble , late of Red Willow county , Nebraska ,
that they are required to present the sumo
with the vouchers to the County Judge of said
county at his ollice therein oil or before tbn
1st Monday in March , 1885.
You will also take notice that the Adminis
tratrix will be at the County Court room in
said county on the IST MONDAYS of January ,
February and March. lf w , at 10 o'clock , A. M. .
of each day , tor the purpose of examination ,
adjustment and allowance of claims. Six
months are allowed for creditors to present
their claims , anJ one year for the administra
trix to settle said estate from the 1st Monday
in January. 1SS > .
This notice will be published in the McCootc
TKIIIUNK for three consecutive weeks prior to
the Ist Monday in January , lfc' < T .
This November 5th. 1884.
II. M. ASHMORE , County Judge.
THAT HACKIXU COUGH can be fo quickly cured
by Shiloh's Cifre. We Kiurantci * It.
WILL YOU SUKFEi : with Pyppcpsia ami Liver Coin-
plaint ? Shlloh'b Vif allzer h { 'uarnnteed to cure you.
SLKEPLESS NIGHTS , made miserable by that ter
rible cough. Shlloh's Cure U the remedy for > ou.
CATAURII CURED , health anil bwcct breath ti :
cured by Slilldlfs Catarrh Itemed1'rice 50 cents.
Nasal Injector free.
For lame B.ick. Side or Chest use Sliiloh's Porous
Plaster. Price 25 cents.
SHILOH'S COL'GH nnd ConMimpttcn Cure Is bold
by us nn a. guarantee. It cures consumption
SHILOH'S VITALIZE ! : is what you need for Con
stipation , Less of Appetite , Dizziness ami all symp
toms of DyHpep-jU. Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle.
CHOL'P , WHOOPIXG COUGH and Bronchitis Im
mediately relieved by Shllnh's Cure.
Sold by S L. Green drusjrfst. McCook , Xeb.
Are you disturbed at nlsht mid broken of your rest t
jy o sick child MilTerlnx and crying with pain of cut- ,
fns teeth ? If fo. 'end at once and set a bottle of f
M : : . iTiiiUT's 2ih ! = g Cjnp f : : Cbiidroa Teetiisj.
it's value 1 * Incalculable. It will relieve the poor
little sufferer immediately. Depend upon it. mother ? .
there U no mi-take about It It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea , tCKulatcs the i-tninach and bowels , cure
wind colic , softens the jrums reduces Inflammation.
and Khea tone and em-rpy to tin : whole system.
. * . - , * . . *
ileasrmt to the taste , and Is the prescription of one
> f the oldest and bfst female nurses and physicians
n the United State- , and Is for sale by all druggMa
throughout the world. Price 5 cents a bottle.
\Ve will send FREE for ONE EXTir.n YEAR ,
to every lady who Fends us at once the names
of ten married ladies , at thesame address , and
12 two-ct. stamps for postage , our handsomr.
entertaining and instructive Journal devoted
to Fashions. Fancy V.'ork. Decorating , Cook- ,
ing- , and Household matters. Regular price. At *
El. Send to-dav. " and sccnn- the next number.
Send fto cents forpostajeand
receive free , a costly box of
Kooda which will help you to
i B more money rlshl away than
anything else In this world. AU of either , succeed
from trn ! honr. The broad road to fortune opens br-
fore the workers , absolutely urc. At once addresi
TRUE i CO. . Auxnsta. Maine 2-35.
i n week at home. ? joututfrec. Pay absolutely -
: solutely sure. Koilik. Capital not requlr-
I cd. Reader , if you want business at which
'persons of cither sex , yonns or o'.d. can
mdkc great pay all the time they work , with absolute
certainty , wrlfe for particulars to II. HALLF.TT t
CO. Portland. Mals.e. 7-3. ,
Came to my premises , one-bnlf mile east of
McCook. November 3rd. IM4 , tour head of
ftock , two cows and two heifer calves , brand
U O on left side. Also , swallow fork of right
ear nnd square crop and underslit of left ear.
2S-3t. J. E. CABNLT.

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