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McOooK WEEKLY TRIBUNEJ
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VOLUME 2. M'COOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY NEBRASKA THURSDAY NOV. 8 1883. NUMBER 23.
BUSINESS CARDS ,
I. J. STAKBUCK ,
Attorney at Law ,
MCCOOK - NEBRASKA.
l give Rive special attention to the pwctlcc of
law. niul Kinking collections.
55f OHIci ! Secondblockuorth of depot , 2 doors north
Gretm's di us store.
JOHN A. LEE ,
Merchant Tailor !
Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed.
MCCOOK : : NEBRASKA.
ft PAGE T. FRANCIS ,
Red Willow County.
Keeps certified pints of all lands la the
Hitchcock land district. Special attention given
to nil such business. Correspondence solicit
ed. . 13-tf.
L. LEE JOHNSON , M. D. ,
Physician and Surgeon.
CrjisV.s Msileil Dipirtaest fltivorsity Wociter.
Office In rear of Citizen * * Bank , where he can be
found when not profesclormlly engaged.
JOHN F. COL'LINS ,
Contractor and Builder.
McCOOK , - . NEBRASKA.
Estimates cheerfully given on sill kinds of
work. Best of references. Address for the
present by mail. 16-lyr.
CONGBON & CLIFF ,
Bricklayers & Plasterers.
All Jobs Promptly attended to.
R H. CRISWELL ,
Real Estate ancf Collection Agent ,
rre-Einption , Homestead nnd TImucr culture En
tries , aud all kluda of Law business promptly attend
W. M. SANDERSON , -
House & Sign Painter.
McCooK , - NEB.
All work guaranteed. Give me a call.
Fred Treble ,
MCCOOK : : NEBRASKA.
dF ° All work promptly attended to.
WM. McINTYRE ,
Contractor and Builder
OF LONG EXPERIENCE.
Employ the Best Workmen
All work warranted. All material
furnished if desired. "Work done on
LAUNDRY WAX !
( Preserves Linett , gives a
beautiful finish , prevents the
iron from sticking , saves
5 Cents a Cake.
Ask your Storekeeper for it.
Standard OH Co. ,
CLEVELAND , - - - OHIO.
Woman's Health Journal
Contains valuable information on the disease *
of women only. Published by Lady Physi
cians vho have made these peculiar weak
nesses of the sex their sole study for years.
It gives the causes * symptoms , and a sure
home treatment for Prolapsus Uteri or Falling :
of the Womb , inflamatlon and Uleeratlon of
the womb and all displacements. Leucorrhcea
or Whites , Irregular , suppressed or painful
Menstruation , flooding. Sick and Nervous.
Headache , Indigestion. Dyspepsia , Heartburn ,
Weakness in Sack and stomach-- Scrofula ,
Pains in Side , Dizziness Kidney Complaint ,
Barrenness , Nervous Prostration. Depression ;
of Spirits , General Debility of Women and
change of life. Sent on receipt of six cents in
stamps. Address , Dr. Hush's Medical Associa
tion , Nunda , New York ,
W. C. LATOURETTE a ,
! | DEALER IS |
HARDWAKE , STOYES5QUEENSWAEE ,
The Largest Stock and Lowest Prices in
Red Willow County.
Sign of the BIG AX. Three Doors South of P. 0. .
McCook , - Red Willow County , - Nebraska.
M. A. SPALDING ,
AGENT FOR THE
STORY & CAMP
Estey Cabinet Organs !
Sold low for cash , or on easy payments , or rented until
the rent pays for the organ.
Catalogue With Price-List and Full Description Free.
M. A. SPALDING , Agent.
McCOOK , - NEBRASKA.
$100.00 A WEEK !
We can guarantee the above amount to
need , active , energetic
Ladies as well as gentlemen , make a success
in the business. Very little capital required.
We have a household art ! do as salable as flour.
IT SELLS ITSELF
It is used every day in every family. You do
not need to explain its merits. There is a rich
harvest for all who embrace this golden oppor
tunity. It costs you only one cent to learn
what your business is. Buy s postal card and
write us , and we will send you our prospectus
aud full particulars
FREE ! FREE !
And wo know you will derive more good than
you have any .dea of. Our reputation as a
manufacturing- company is such that we can
not afford to decelv ? . Write tous on a postal
and give your address plainly and receive full
particulars.BUCKEYE M'FGCO. . ,
J6-lyr. Marion , Ohio.
SADDLES & HARNESS.
Opposite Hotel on the hill.
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Stoo& Saddles , Caw-Boy out
fits , and Spurs ,
R. H. HAMILTON.
Immediate 3\cJicf in all Cases by
Cured of Rheumatism in 2 Hours' .
BUFFALO , X. T. , May 2 , 18S2.
Dr. Rush's Medical Association :
GXNTLEMEX. I ha\e been troubled with rheuma
tism for two years. I tried all the best advertised
oils and liniments , and many first-class phjslelans
without relief. The last Dr. I > Islted recommended
DB. Rnsu's "BLOODROOT OIL , " I purchaseda large
bottle for fifty cents , end applied It. In two hours
I was relieved aud now I am entirely well. Its
effects are wonderful , and I believe It the only thing
in the world which will cure rheumatism.
Truly yours. JOHXKOiTCEISSCGf ,
89 Erie Sr , , Buffalo. N. T.
DR. RUSH'S BLOOD ROOT OIL
his no equal In the world a * a Liniment or OH. It Is
a cheap , safe , simple and sure external remedy for
man and beast. It necr falls to cure
Xeuralsla , Sciatica , Lumbago , Backache , Soreness ol
the ( . 'nest. Gout , Quinsy , Sore Throat , Swellings and
Sprains. Burns and Scalds , General Bodily 1'alns ,
Tooth.Ear and Headache , Frosted Feet and Ears , ami
all other Pains and Aches. It Is put up In two slzoi.
Price 25 and 50 cents , bold by drugglM B erywhere ,
or sent direct upon receipt of price by Un. RUSH'S
MEDIC.U. ASSOCIATION. Kunda , N. Y. , U. S. A ,
Is the place for
Ice Cold-Lemonade ,
Ginger Beer , Pop ,
Choice Cigars , Candy , Nuts , Etc.
CRACKED HOOFS , SPRAINS ,
SCRATCHES and SORES
HORSES , CATTLE and SHEEP.
Ask your storekeeper for it , or write
direct to tlw manufacturers ,
OIL COMPANY ,
Cleveland , *
Bliss CHURCHILL has been discovered
at Indianapolis. She returned to her
home with her father on Monday morn
ing last , and thus ends the Churchill
SPIUXQEIKLD , Mo. , was visited by a ,
terrific cyclone , Monday afternoon. lljj
.Buildings were blown down , and trees
twisted off. A large number of lives
lost and a largo amount of property de
FASIIIOXABLK women have taken to
wearing light canes. The custom has
its virtue and if the rattan superccdes
the broom and rolling pin , we presume
no objection will be raised by the hen
THE statement that Colonel-Frank
James had been out upon the streets of
Gallitin unaccompanied by an officer , is
denied. Mrs. James was oat promenad
ing with Frank. Mcrriam , and the pop
ulace imagined that it was the Colonel ,
A LADY says her husband will sit on
barbed wire fence all the afternoon
to see a baseball match and never move
a muscle , but when he goes to church ' >
ho can't sit on a cushioned pew for <
fifteen minutes without wriggling all '
over the seat and changing his position
NKWS comes from Burlington that i ; , *
Freddie arrived in time to escort the
Lilly's mother to the matinee , and perform - §
form other graceful and pleasing acts. '
They are having some cold weather in , , :
Vermont , but it will bo a colder day ;
when Freddie fails to show up and
report for business ,
MR. MATTHEW ARNOLD comes to
America as the apostle of "sweetness
and light. " Among the "Philistines , "
who are the people to whom Mr. Ar-
nold's mission is especially commended ,
there is a good deal of speculation as
to the nature of his specific for human
woes. Some appear to think that it j
may be taffy and gas. But of this
there is no lack in this country , cither
in social or political circles. State |
THERE is great excitement at and
about Lisbon , Hanson count } ' , Dakota ,
over reported gold discoveries in tlm
valley of the Sheyenne river. Lisbon
is located in the geographical center of
Ranson county , on the Sheyenne , about
fifty miles southwest from Fargo. It ia
just now the center of attraction for
Northern Dakota , and promises to boom.
as a mining camp. Gold is found in ,
the sand and gravel and in a quartz
formation which crops out from thn
bluffs of the Sheyenne. A. hundred.
and fifty assays of the rock ao < J gravel
have been made with results varying
from $2.50 to $43.00 of gold per ton ,
and ? ome silver ; If this should prove
to be field it will '
a genuine gold ovei'-
turn some well established , theories regarding -
garding mineral finds. The region is
far from the mountains , and the Shey-
enue in its tortuous course docs not
traverse any known gold field. The-
people up there have faith in their- find ,
and are forming companies to work up
the rock and deprive it of its wealth.
THERE is a bitter rivalry between
the new town , of Caldwell and the capital - .
tal of Idaho- , , though thirty miles apart ,
The Oregoa Short lane created the
former and its location is such that at
present it is paralyzing the older town
by its enterprise and goaheadativeness.
The citizens are struggling hard to-
stern the business- decline and have
raised a bonus- aboufi $60.000 to in
duce the Short Line to build a branch ,
line fromKuna _ fifteen miles distant.
Passenger ? for Boise do leave the cars
at Kuna , but the freight goes on to.
Caldwell and is there distributed by immense - .
mense trains of eight , ten or twelve
horses to the wagon. Boise is within
two miles of the head of the valley , and
and everything below it will work away
from it. ! town the river the feeling of1
satisfaction at the discomfiture of Boise
is-Tery manifest. The wealthy farm-
era and stockinet say that the rule ha %
been tos oppose them when they could
not help themselves , and novz that they
can help themselves they are- turning a
cold sfeowldfer toward ; J&oiseand are
gla.eF. to-do * it. This ? s why they hail
t e. growth of Caldwel ) with delight ,
The feeling of bitterness , however ,
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