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McOooK WEEKLY TRIBUNE
VOLUME III. ' McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MARCH 19 , 1885. NUMBER. 42.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
McCook , Nebraska.
8. 1. LA7TO , Setfttor. C. F. BA3COCE ,
OFFICE Hocnfi : From 9 A. 51. to 1M. . , and
1 to 4 P. M. , mountain time.
THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL ,
OEO. E. JOHNSTON , PROP. ,
MACFARLAND STREET. : McCOOK. NEB.
A new hotel just completed , and fitted up
with new furniture throughout. Kates reas
COOIUIAN & HELM ,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
AND GENERAL AGENTS ,
McCOOK , : NEBRASKA.
Prompt nnd careful attention Riven to Law Cases In
all the Court * of the State and nil classes of U. S.
Land Business transacted before the local ofllcc at
UcCook. Nebraska , ami the Interior Department at
HTMblntfon , 1) . C. Contents n specialty. AVIll pros
ecute claims for I'cniloiii and claims for Incrcftnc of
Pensions. Kotarlal business done i.nd lands bought
nnd void on reasonable terms. "OOlcc 1st dour
south of the U. B. Land OOIcc. 3.29
THOS. COLDER ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
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Agent for Lincoln Land Company.
Real Estate Bought and Sold and Collections
Made. E2r"Offlco , Opposite Post Office , Me-
Cook , Nebraska.
COUNTY SURVEYOR ,
Red Willow County
Keeps certified plats of all lands } In the
Hitchcock land district. Special attention
jriven to all such business. Correspondence
DR. A. J. SHAW.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
&TOB\co for the present In the Stauton
Holla building , in rear of Citizens Bunk.
DR. Z. L. KAY ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
McCOOK. - - NEBRASKA.
83P""Ofllce.nt Churchill House.
' _ DR. A. J. WILLEY , '
SURGEON B. & M. RAILROAD.
[ OFFICE AT B. & M. PHARMACY , ]
McCOOK , - . NEBRASKA.
JOHN F. COLLINS ,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ,
McCOOK. - - NEBRASKA.
Jobbing will receive prompt attention at my shop
on Dcnnlson St. , opposite McCook House. Plans and
specifications furnished U desired.
W. M. SANDERSON ,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER ,
McCooK , - NEBRASKA.
r All Ttorlc guaranteed. Give me a call.
WILLIAM McINTYHE ,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ,
All work warranted. All material furnished
if desired. Work done on short notice.
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ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
Am you disturbed at night and broken of your rest
by a sick child suffering nnd crying with pain of cut-
tins teeth ? If so. Fend at once and pet a bottle of
to * . Wak * ' SwtUsg Bynp fr Children Tssttiss.
Its value Is incalculable. It will relieve the poor
little sufferer immediately. Depend upon It , mothers.
there ! no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea , regulates the stomach and bowels , cures
. wind colic , softens the gums , reduces inflammation ,
fejsf and Rives tone and energy to the whole system.
StV Uti. 'Whslow'i Soothiae Syrap far Children Tcethhs is
pleasant to the taste , and Is the prescription of one
of the oldest and best female nurses and physicians
la the "United States , ana is for sale by all druggists
throughout the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
yegsrs. S. L. Green and M. A. paldlng are al
ways reliable and try to secure .the best of every
thing for their patrons They now have bought a
large quantity of BEGGS' CHKURV J OUG1I SYKUP ,
and arc always willing and ready to recommend It to
every one in need of a preparation for coughs , colds ,
asthma , bronchitis and consumption , as they know of
DO other remedy that Is gaining such a wide reputa
tion. Sample bottles free.
presents given away.
$200,0001 us o cts. postage , anil
, 'by mail you will gel free A
package of ROWa of large value , that will mart you In
iTort that \vlll at once bring you in money faster than
anythiDS cUe In America. All about the $200,000 in
present * with each bos. Agents wanted everywhere ,
of cither sex , of all agcx. for all the time , or spare
time only , to work for us at their own homes. For
tunes for all workers absolutely assured. Don't delay.
H. HALEETT & CO. , 1'ortli-nd , Maine. 3-29
Bucklea's Arnica Salve.
THE BEST SALVE la the world for Cuts , BruUes ,
. Sorts , Ulecri. Salt Rheum , Fever Sore * , Tetter , Chap
ped Hands , Chilblains , < * orn , and all Skin Kruptlonn.
and positively cures Piles or no pay required. It I *
guaranteed to give perfect raticfactlon , or money-
refunded. Trice 25 cent * per box. For sale at
METROPOITAN DRUG STORE.
| | M | ffor working people. Bend 10 ct . post-
U L I Uage , and.wc will mall you free , a ruyal ,
H | I § valuable-sample box of goods that will
11 ! I put you in the way of makln : more
money in a few days than you ever thought po lble
at any bnsincn * . Capital not required. You can live
at home and work in spare time only , or all the time.
All of both sexes , of all ages , grandly succcscf ul. 50
i. to $5 easily earned every evening. That all who
want -work may test the cosiness , we make this un
paralleled offer : To all who arc not well satisfied we
will send $ 1 to pay for the trouble of wrltlii ? us. Full
particulars , directions , etc. , sent free. Immense pay
alinolutcly cure for all who start at once. Don't delay.
Address ST1NSOX & CO. . Portland. Maine. 3-29
Send six cents forpostageand
A PRIZE receive free , a costly box of
goods which will help you to
, more money right away than
anything cite in this world. All of cither sex , succeed
from flirt hour. The broad road to fortune opens be-
' fora the workers , absolutely sure. At once address
TKUE * CO. , AnEosto , Maine. 8-39.
aundry Irons ,
evels , Ladders. .
etter ( Boxes , Lead ,
* og Chains , Locks ,
Lagg Screws , Lines ,
Lariat fPins , Latches.
( Bows ,
Yoke ( Bows ,
eke ( Bows ,
ekes , Ox Yokes ,
Yokes , Ox Yokes ,
Yokes , Ox Yokes.
Table . , Tea ( Pots ,
ea ( Pots , Kettles ,
ape Lines , Twine ,
Toilet Sets , Twine ,
Tin Trunks , Tongs.
Lard Shell ,
eaders Cattle ,
ath Hatchets ,
Ladles , Lifters ,
Level Glass , Levels.
' 1 Ibows ,
J xpansive. ( Bits ,
I nd Gate Rods ,
xtractors , Shell ,
Emery , Cloth faper ,
Everything in line.
ells ( Belts ,
litter ( Bowls ,
Brackets , ( Bits ,
' ill Head ( Eoxes ,
( Bird Cages , ( Bolts ,
( Bread ( BoxeSj ( Butts.
acks , Card ,
akes , Rings ,
ingers , Hog , .
azors ( Reamers ,
( Rasps , Rat Traps.
, , ( Rules , ( Rods.
peners , Can ,
x ( Bow ( Pins ,
yster Ladles , -
Ovens , Ovens , Ovens ,
Oil Cans and Stoves.
taples , Spades ,
kates , Scrapers.
\prings \ , Shellers ,
ieves , Steel Yards ,
Scales , Scoops , Shoes ,
Saws , hand & X cut.
OF S. W. NEBRASKA. FOR
Shelf f Heavy Hardware
Stoves and Tinware.
TOOLS I TOOLSI
OF ALL SIZES.
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Iron , Steel and Wagon Timbers.
The Only Place in Red Willow County where
you can buy one of the "World Renowned .
Cooking Stoves and Ranges ,
AGENTS FOR THE
0ELEBRATED BAIN WAGONS
AND SPE1NG WAGONS.
BOTH IRCfcN" AND WOOD.
Lead and Iron Pipe and Pipe Filings.
MANUFACTURING AND REPAIRING OF
Tin , Sheet Iron and Copper Ware
THE BOSS PLACE IN THE WEST
TO BUY HARDWARE
FOR ; - SPOT - : CASH
AT PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION ,
"And Don't You Forget It , "
L.YTLE BROS. ,
McCOOK , ( Opposite Citizen's Bank. ) JJEB.
"Seven Buckets of Blood"
iiJ5flft . O T ? . T T-T T SSi5tf
M * V J X - - I J71 J r VW
FOR STRICTLY CASH
I WILL FOE THE NEXT 30 DAYS SELL '
Fitted in Boss Gold or Silver .Cases.
Now is the time to buy a FINE WATCH.
Will nevei3 have an opportunity to buy so
cheap again. Have in stock Raymond , Tay
lor , Wheeler and lower grade of the ELGIN
and movements which are giving the best
satisfaction. Come a-rushing.
F , L McCRACKEN , McCook , Neb ,
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February 20th , 1885. - ' . : ' " ' '
WASHINGTON , March 15,18Sr > .
I doubt whether Washington soci
ety will be able to survive one of Mr
Cleveland's innovations upon the ens
toms of the Capital , which is the get
ting up in the morning , eating
breakfast , and at work by 9 o'clock
The White House has known nosucl
plebian way of doing things in the
last half century. Arthur did his
executive work by the midnight oil ,
and his sleeping through the first hall
of the day. He was rarely to bo seen
before twelve o'clock , and of course
was inaccessible to those Congress
men who make , their daily rounds ol
the departments. before the meeting
of Congress at noon. It was the ex
ample set by the occupants of the
White House in times past , that has
made all Washington go to bed in the
morning and get up at midday. So
that the eight o'clock breakfa'st that
President Cleveland has regularly ta
ken since entering upon the oflicial
duties , has set us all so.badly by the
ears that the President must be im
portuned to fair in with the estab
lished precedent and take his break
fast in bed.
The House performed a very com
mendable piece of work in its last
hours by putting General Grant on
the retired list , where he will pretty
certain to be placed beyond the reach
of immediate want , if he will only
keep his family and himself aloof
from the financial sharks of Wall
street. The pay and the perquisites
of a retired General of this rank ,
amounts to about nineteen thousand
dollars per year , which surely ought
to be enough to keep .a private family
in a comfortable situation even in
New York City. The present pre
carious condition of General Grant's
health has aroused sympathy for him
and his family throughout the country ,
and at the adjournment of Congress
last Wednesday more than half a million -
lion of people had forwarded to Con
gress their appeals to that body to
enact the retirement bill.
John Quiricy Adams became a
member of the lower house of Con
gress after having served a term as
President of the United States , be
cause , as he declared , , the one posi
tion was equal in ever } ' way to the
other. Now , however , we have Con
gressmen and reverend Senators who
are not- only willing but anxious to
serve their country in any possible or
impossible capacity , so long as they
can have their names retained upon
the Government pay roll. To day
some of the ex-members of the recent
ly expired Congress are applicants
for menial positions in the next Con
gress , just as the ex members of a I
previous Congress have accepted ser
vice in this. Fifty of these members
have got to be provided for , though
why a defeated candidate for reelection
tion should not suffer the consequen
ces of his own unpopularity is un
In the admirable closing address
of Speaker Carlisle , he paid his par
ticular respects to the modern Con
gressmen who deem it his peculiar
mission to draft bills and introduce
them. The Speaker said that from
the organization of the Government
to the close of the Twenty-Fifth Con
gress , a period of fifty years , there
had been but eight thousand seven
hundred and seventy-seven bills in
troduced , while in the present Con
gress alone there had been eight
thousand six hundred and thirty ! If
this practice does not require some
constitutional or other treatment , I
'know of no governmental abuse that
does. Hardly a single appropriation
bill in the general class nowadays , is
not a draft upon the Treasury for
more money than the appropriations
of ten years would cover fifty years
ago , when the net expenditures for
running the Government annually
did not amount to as much as is now
required to build an ordinary public
building in New York , Chicago or
San Francisco. DOM P.EDRO.
EDWARD P. CLAKK , who has been
nominated as assistant secretary of the
interior , is a personal friend of Mr.
Lamar's. He is a man in the neigh
borhood of forty-five years of age , is
a well educated lawyer and a man in
whom Mr. Lamar has every confi
dence. He hails from Vicksburg ,
served in the confederate army as a
colonel , and has never held a public
position of importance. I
.A CHURCH in Isew York has set
apart a large room in the basement
for a skating rink and the proceeds go
to help pay the salary of the pastor.
A rival clergyman has mentioned it
in his sermon and calls it the "church
of the Holy Rink. "
EVE R YIB'O ' Y
Studebaker and Moline
JOHN DEERE PLOWS ,
STOVES , TINWARE , HARDWARE , Etc.
You will save money by writing or ask
ing for prices before buying.
In Southwestern Nebraska or Northwestern Kansas\
TWO DOORS SOUTH OF P. 0.
McGOOK , NRBRASKA.
THE CITIZEN'S BANK OF McCOOK
-DOES A GENERAL-
Collections made on all accessible points. Drafts drawn directly
on the principal cities of Europe. Taxes paid for Xon-Ilcsidents.
Money to loan on Fanning Lands , Village and personal
property. Fire Insurance a specialty.
Pickets for Sale to and from Europe ,
" i J. W. DOLA.V , President.
"First National Hank , Lincoln , Xeh
The Chase National liunk , Nc\v TerSr. [ A" . Ir'nAXKLLV. Vicc-1'rt.'jiideiil.
CHEAPEST AND BEST
: UNEQUALLED FOR
Power , Simplicity , Durability.
Estimates uiaiie of Mill an-l 1'tsmp complete u-on application.
j Every Mill Warranted. Send for Catalogue.
This mini * a "eclM wheel * ' and tlie be > t sclf-nvuWtr.r rna-lc. The
AVouilnian&c Xo. 6. Pump Is thr bcit Mnple anlny force pump lu the
market. Will vrorlc In wulls'froin lr lo 2'jO fcc-t In dvpth. xnd hue back
attachments to force wmer Into rlf\ateil tank * . Cars be Ti. ctl by baad
or windmill. Parties contemplating1 the wctlon if * Windmill wia
consult th''Ir be.- ! interests bj calling r.t my IIotnc.itcmJ. 14 miles
northwest of McCook , or at It. .Minion's 5 ntllvb uuhrs > : . and ex
amine tliu working of the Wvotlmans * . * .
W. M. IRWIN , Agent ,
Woodmanse "Windmill Co. . Treeport , 111.
THE McGOOK BANKING COMPANY ,
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
McGOOK , - - NRBRASKA.
PAID UP CAPITAL , $5OOOO.
DOES - : - A - : - GENERAL
BANKING. BUSINESS ,
Keceives and pays Depocites. Buys and sells Excliango
on New York , Onicago and Omaha , and all tiio
principal cities of Europe.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS :
GEO. HOCKXELL > Prcs. A. CAMPBELL. B. M , FREES , Vice-Pros ,
H. K. AUAXB , Cashier.
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