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VOLUME 2. . McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 14 , 1884. NUMBER 37. i
J. E. COCHRAN ,
Attorney at "Law ,
- McCOOZ , 22D WILLOW COTOT7 , NEB.
Practice In any Courts of the state nnd Knn-
im , nnd the jrovurnmcnt Lund Oflicu of this
District , nnd ouforo the Land Department nt
Witshliitfton. Satisfaction Kimrnntccd. nnd
terms reasonable. Office 1st door gwuth of the
IJ. S. Lund Offlco. 2-28.
I. J. STARBUCK ,
Attorney at Law ,
Will tclvc special attention to the practice of latr ,
and making collections.
ESfoniee Second ulocknorth of depot , 2 doors north
Grcen'u drug store. 2-22.
JOHN A. LEE ,
McCooK : : NEBRASKA.
Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed.
PAGE T. FEANCIS ,
* Red Willow County.
Keeps certified pints of all lands in the
Hitchcock land district. Special attention
given to all such business. Correspondence
Dr. A. J. WILLEY ,
Surgeon B. & M. R. R.
Office at B. Si M. Pharmacy ,
McCOOK , 2-36. NEBRASKA.
L. LEE JOHNSON , M. D. ,
' . Physician and Surgeon.
OniuitJ Ueihil Department Uclvtrslty Wcoster.
Offlco In rear of Citizen's Bank , where he can be
found when not professionally engaged.
JOHN R COLLINS , *
Contractor and Builder.
McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
Estimates cheerfully given on all kinds of
/work. Best of references. Address for the
present by mail. 16-lyr.
CONGDON & CLIFF ;
Bricklayers & Plasterers.
Jobs Promptly attended to.
C. L. NETTLETON ,
Supt Public Instruction
Teachers' Examinations atlndianola on the
third Suturduy of every month , commencing :
at 9 o'clock. A. M. -tf.
W. M. SANDERSON ,
House & Sign Painter.
McCooK , / - NEBRASKA
All work guaranteed. Give me a call.
WM. McINTYRE ,
Contractor and Builder
OF LONG EXPERIENCE.
All work warranted. All material furnished
if desired. Work done on short notice.
HTNMAN & CO. ,
PaintersGrainers& Paper Hangers
McCOOK , 2-36. NEBRASKA ,
furnished for Celling 'Decorations ,
cither in. pAper er Fresco Painting.
Mrs. R. H. HAMILTON ,
Hair Goods & Millinery ,
Switches , Braids , Waves ,
Frizzes , Etc.
53 ? SpecIal attention paid to the manufacture of
all kinds of HAIR GOODS. Order by mail will re-
ccirc prompt sttentUn.
Ladies' Furnishing Goods
And Stylish Millinery.
Zephyrs and "Woolen Goods , Notions , Bftttsa. Laces
and Trimming * at the
Ladies' Fashionable Bazar
Oao Door South of Quick's Store.
32,3mcr INDIANOLA , NEBRASKA.
frf week at home. f5 outfit frwu. Pay b-
/Solutelysnre. No list. Capital not requlr-
\ ed. Header. If you want business arwnich
W W W persons of either sex , young or old. can
make great pay all the time they wort irt b * > late
< jertttnty , write lor particulars to fi. BAULETT &
CO * Portland , Malae.
W. 0. LaTOURETTE ,
II DEALER IN | |
HARDWARE , STOVES , QUEENSWARE ,
AGRICUTURAL IMPLEMENTS ,
The1 Largest Stock . and Lowest Prices
in Red Willow County.
CALL AN D BE CON VINCED ,
. Sign of BIG AX. Three Deors South P. 0.
McCOOK - - NEBRASKA.
LYTLE BROS. ,
-GENERAL DEALERS IN-
HARDWARE , STOVES AND TINWARE ,
Agricultural Implements and Barb Wire ,
The Celebrated Bain Wagon
The Best Wagon in the Market.
MANUFACTURING AND REPAIRING OF
Tin Sheet-Iron &
, - Copperware
by practical and experienced workmen , promptly
and neatly executed.
Comer Store , Opposite Citizen's Bank , McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
IN PRICES AT
10 CANS STRAWBERRIES $1.00
10 CANS BEANS $1.00
20 YARDS PRINTS $1.00
15 YARDS GOOD MUSLIX $1.00
Ladies' & Gent's , Children's & Misses' '
Woolen Goods at greatly reduced pztfcesr.
Flannels & Woolen Underwear
OP ALL KINDS AT LESS THAN COST.
Woolen Scarfs , Yarns , Etc. ,
At prices never before heard of. Now is the ,
time to secure great bargains.
BARGAINS ! BARGAINS !
HAYDEN & CO. , McCook , Nek
A GEKEKOUSI.Y impulsed and- emi
nently distinguished journalist kindly
intercedes thus : "It is common for
small great men to speak with con
tempt of the local newspaper. In
that they imitate greater men in
speaking of-greater journals which
offend by manly criticism ; but the
village newspaper makes more great
men out of less material more bricks
without straw-than any other factor in
politics and is the one ladder on wnich
men climb to local distinction as the
beginning1 of wider fame. Local
weeklies nave now extended from the
country towns into most of the thrifty
villages and the advent of a local
newspaper has always dated the in
creased thrift of the community. The
local newspaper is the life of the lo
cality ; And the measure of its sup
port , as a rule , measures the advance
ment of the people. Begin the new
year by not only subscribing but pay
ing for your local newspapers , They
are the friends and helpmates of all
ALL thinking beings have been made
one for the other ; they owe patience one
toward another. The good man remem
bers that every rational being is his
kinsman. Marcus Aurelius.
NEVER allow yourself to do wrong
because it seems trifling , nor neglect
doing a good action because it seems to
be small Chinese Maxim.
ALL virtues grow from a compassion
ate love of mankind. Buddhist Scrip
I would say to the citizens of Indfn nU and t Iclnlty
thbt I will conttnne to set a good taW * and furnish
GOOD , CLSAN BEDS at ONE HOLLAS per dnj- .
CLARK WARD ,
NEW MEAT MARKET.
DUNGAN & SHEKELS ,
Fresh f Salt Meats
OF ALL KIKDS. CURERS OF
Ham and Breakfast Bacon.
Fare Lard of oar own rendering. Highest cash
price paid for Hides , Furs of all kinds , and Felts.
One door west of the City Bakery.
DUKGAX * SHEKELS. Proprietors. .
A. PROBST &BRO.
WE KEEP ON HAND
BREAD , PIES & CAKES ,
Cakes Made on Girder.
Lunch ROME in connection wfosre
you can get ho * coffeeetc. , .
for bUft working ; class. Send : 10 cents
for portage , and ; we will roaiLyou & * *
GOLD ! rojr.aH. valuable box of sample goods
_ that wilt put you in the way of making
more money in a few days than.yon ever thought poi-
alble at any business. Capital not required. . We will
start you. You can wort all tha time or in spare time
only. The wort is universally adapted to both sexes ,
young and. old. . You can. easily earn from 50 cents to
95 every evening. Thafr'all what want work may test
the businesswe make this nnpoealleled offer. ; 'to all
who are not well satisfied we wfl scnd $1 to pay for
the trouble otwriting us. Full pasUculars , directions , ,
-ctc scnt freeFortunes - will btrmadc by thoeo-who
give their whole time to the woric. Great success
absolutely sure. Don't delay. Start C2IC. Adtims
I STIA'SOX & CQw Portland * Malmu .
BY OUR ASSISTANT EDITOR.
JOHN BuiGirronce said of Wendell
Phillipsthat he was "the greatest ora-
orator that now speaks the English
MK. and Mrs. Pitto are said to be
almost heart-broken over the mar
riage of their daughter to Frederick
A ST. Louis grand jury in recently
making their report declared that " 80
per cent , of the crime and poverty in
the city is caused by the use of intox
icating liquors. "
BEFORE the Western Press Asso
ciation , lately , an Illinois editor read
an essay on "How to make money in
a printing office. " It's easily done ,
by turning it into a-mint. "
FRED. DOUGLAS writes to newspa
pers in praise of his moral courage in
marrying a white woman. We have
been of the opinion that the moral
courage in that transaction was pos
sessed by the woman ,
BROTHER JASPER , of Richmond , has
been obliged to turn out of his church
fourteen brethren and sisters who
questioned bis doctrine that the "sun
do move , " He is not at all disheart
ened , however , and says that the sun
do move and will continue to move
if he has to excommunicate his entire
A LADY correspondent asks us what
the "coque plumes" are that she so
often sees mentioned in fashion arti-1"
cles. The coque , itearest , is a polyg
amous old bird that stalks about the
lawn or a stable with proud and im
perious-mein , and ; occasionally hops
onto a pile of bric-a-brao and sings a
glad and triumphant song when one
of his wives rings out the joyful tid
ings that another egg is born. He
wears the plumes away tack in the
dim past of his body *
THE New York World says : "A
literary gentleman in this city is en
gaged on a book whicfc is tolerably
certain to create a stir when it ap
pears. The autnor claims to- have
proof that Queen. Victoria was secret
ly married to John Brown shortly af
ter the death of the royal consort. He
claims that Disraefi discovered the
fact , and through threatening ; to disclose - >
closeit secured ids advancement.
The- collated evidence in support of
this remarkable theory i& all to ap
pear in this book. .
A STORY comes frcm Wahoo whicb
smacks- the traditional wit univer
sally accredited to the spns of Erin . .
We dc not vouch , for the- truth of the-
story , but as veracity dbe& not enter
into the quality of the joke , we repro
duce it. It is said that Judge Reese ,
the newly elected Justice of the Su
preme Court , recently paid a visit to.
his old home. The Judge was busily-
engaged 151 receiving congratulations ,
from old ! friencte and makingnew - ac
quaintance , when presently an honest
old Irishman was introduced , and tfi&
Judge expressed his. pleasure- mak
ing the acquaintance Pafe bristled up
all the dignity teat th& occasion
with the- air o a mait
who. waseoafedent thafr a crisis , 5 * his-
'caittetr hadi arrived , , exeBuoueia ; ; ' * Be
fab Ba g&rfr w-y ec- paw ; . M isat rrery
day ihi the- week tbat tfie-loikes offiae
gits ai chan.ce > to , shake hands , wiih , a
Being. " Togics. ,
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