McCook weekly tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 188?-1886, May 29, 1884, Image 8
/ . Chicago. General Store. I r IN OPERA BLOCK'ON THURSDAY , MAT 29th ! The Largest and Most Complete Stock West of Lincoln , Consisting of Staple and Fancy Millinery , Feathers & Flowers , Hats , Caps , Clothing , cw/b 15 STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES ( r Crockery and Glassware , And Everything Usually Carried in a First-Class Store. All are invited to inspect our goods and be convinced that they can be suited in. quality and prices that have not been heard of or seen west of any large city. COME AND COME ALL. Respectfully Yours , JOS. MENARD , Proprietor. McGOOK , - - NEBRASKA. Saddles f Harness , [ OPPOSITE HOTEL OX THE HILL. ] Manufacturer and Dealer In SADDLES , HARNESS , . BRIDLES , COLLARS , BRUSHES , COMBS , WHIPS. Stock Saddles , Cow-Boy out fits , and Spurs. R. H. HAMILTON. NEW MEAT MARKET ! Chas. H. DUNGAN , / DEALER IN Fresh f Salt Meats * OF ALL KINDS. UUKKK or Ham and Breakfast Bacon. Pnre Lard of oar own rendering. Highest cat-h price paid for Hldi-s Fun. of all kind * . , and Pett . One door west of tMc City Bakery. / C. II. DUXGAX. Proprietor. CITY B &KEKY. A. PROBST &BRO. PROPRIETORS. WE .KEEP ON HAND BREAD , PIES & CAKES , GRAHAM BREAD. Cakes Made on Order. Lunch Room in connection , where you can net hot coffee , etc. r * WM. FRUIN , LOCATOR AND LAND AGENT. WILL LOCATE Settlers on Government Lands , buy and sell deeded claims , town lots and government claims. ALL LAND BUSINESS promptly and accurately done , and information as to lands cor rectly given on reasona ble terms. Correspondence Solicited , Satisfaction Guaranteed. t \ THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. THE ENTERPRISE WIND MILL Is what 1 knoun ns n "solid wheel" mill and dispense pense- ith : ill sliding t-hafts nnd pitman * , and all -egmcnt gear , which aic liable to become Inopcra- th e from MIOW or sleet. It lias no superfluous Joints , weights and leterito wear and mlmlf of lost motion or make noUe. Its multiplying Ball Gin ernor is the slmplci-t , most direct and quickest in use. It Is the no t M-n lthr \arjlng winds. It Is manufactured > y n company of long Htandlng nud experience In the wind mill liucine , with large capital imestcd In special m.-.chincry. e\ti-n I\c work * , and an efficient corps of skilled woikmcn. They are neat in appear- mce noh-elcss in operation , and an ornament to the grounds. Parties desiring estimates and costs on nn outfit , can obtain them by addressing us. ghing plan if grounds , depth of well , point * of delivery , He. We manufacture Iron Pumps , Brass Cylinders. Tanks ind everything connected with farm , city or railway rater bupply. SANDWICH SNIESPBISE CO. , SwMsh. 111. M. IIJW1K , .Agent , McCook , Xcb. liis opportunity'to make some woman miserable. The bachelors are no doubt jla < l they missed Lillie. THK voters of Livermore borough "Westmcrelnwl , Pa. , humorously pro posed to elect Miss Ada He ad a justice of the peace , and are dismayec to discover that , having the requisite number of votes , instead of taking the joke she takes the oath and wil perform all the duties of the office RKV. Du. WoKTiiijfGTON was elect ed Bishop of Nebraska to succeed the late Bishop Clarkson by the diocesan cesan council on Thursday , at Omaha He is the rector of St. John's al Detroit. There were only two dis senting or rather silent voices whei the selection was made. EXCURSION rates of 1 per cent pei mile to the New Orleans cotton exposi tion have been agreed upon by 1G ( railrnads. This will make the rates about as follows : Council Bluffs , $11 St. Louis , $7 ; Winnipeg , $17 ; St. Paul $13 ; Detroit , $11 , Chicago , $9 ; Gin cinnati , $8 ; Louisville , $7. There arc proportionately low rates from points adjacent to New Orleans. Directoi General Burke estimates that the receipts of the exposition from New Orleans and the ten adjoining states will more than repay the loan made by Congress. THE corruption existing in the Repub lie of Mexico has again started the turbulent spirits of that country on the road to another revolution. The move ment seems to have been one in which the prominent men throughout the country were engaged in fostering , am it has been urged by them that no government would be preferable to the one that they have had. Annexatioi to the United States is wished for fy many , but whether this country coul ( stand an addition to her population oi malcontents is something that will be thoroughly considered before a fina conclusion is reached. We have s pretty good supply of the ungovernable in the south already , and had better nol go out of our way to acquire any more M. PASTJJUE , the eminent Frencl chemist , has discovered a sure cure and preventive for hydrophobia. His method of treatment is to obtain a small quantity of the specific poison of rabies and inoculate a monkey with it ; from this monkey he extracts the poison again and inoculates another monkey ; the monkeying process is finished when he has extracted the * poison from monkey No. 3 and inocu lated a rabbit from which another ex traction is made and another rabbit inoculated ; then the performance ends with the inoculation of the third rabbit and the extraction from it for the cure for 'hydrophobia. M. Pas teur has tried his remedy on several Frenchmen with success. Aside from the weight which the reputation of Pasteur , which is world-wide , gives to the discovery , we feel the utmost confidence in the remedy. If Pasteur has prevented only one Frenchman from acquiring hydrophobia , that settles it. His remedy can cure man or beast. "Wuia : you ever away from home for a good while and then come back suddenly and unannounced ? If not , you have lost much. It is a pleasant experience. It is worth a great deal to see the kindling eyes , mark the rising smile and grasp the outstretch- 3d hand. It is a cheap but precious pleasure to be welcomed back with m earnest ring in voices pitched in i deeper key , and to be called "old fellow" by men with whom you have < ept up a mere nodding acquaintance. It is a real delight to be asked where , -ou have been and what you have seen and feel that it ib not a mere bnn , that theie is a , live and actual eeling of interest in your well-being , .t btirs up the best emotions of a man's ioul to feel that he has been missed ind everybody is glad to see him > ack again. It drowns his selfishness , irouses his regard for his fellowsstim- ilates his confidence in himself and n the world , spurs him to more and letter work , unseals the milk of luman kindness and makes him tronger and better in every way mless perchance it makes a fool of lim. And then he is a harmless kind if fool , whose worst fault is a vanity ike that of a school girl. Topic * . Kansas were all on fire for BlaincconiCE forward to say that he didn't say it al all ; that if there is any Bloine confla gration on the gently undulating surface of his state it is a sort of June burn , a great deal of smoke and very little fire , THE Augusta , ( Ga. ) Constitutionalisl gives the jury system a sharp slap by saying that "it is an even bet that Bog- gan Cash would have escaped with his life , and possibly with his liberty , if he had submitted to a jury trail. " This Cash was a notorious murderer , having killed a number of men , and was shot dead some time ago while resisting ar rest. THE railway mail bureau has com pleted a circular for the mail service between points in the United States and the City of Mexico. The service will be daily and the running time between New York and the City of Mexico will be six days and twenty-three hours , while the return trip will be made in seven days and one hour. The distance is 3,749 miles , 1,224 miles of railway being in Mexico. Starting from New York at 8 a. m. , the mail will arrive at the City of Mexico at 7:10 : a. m. Coming northward , the mail will leave the City of Mexico at 9 p. m. , reaching New York at 10:28 : p. m. The follow ing named cities arc on the line of communication : Pittsburg , Columbus , Indianapolis , St. Louis , Scdalia , Mo. , : Kansas City , LagentaCol. , Albuqurque Rincon , N. M. ; and El Paso , Texas. OSCAR CLARK committed suicide at St. Paul the other day in the presence of his wife and children from despondency. He was a hardworking and industrious young man , hut ambitious. So he saved up his money carefully , cducatea him self for a physician and attempted to get into practice. In this he failed utterly , got into debt and had to go back tn manual labor. Finally he was out of work , hunger pinched his family and he took the coward's way out of his trou bles. Had he been content to remain : i successful and prosperous laborer he would have lived a Jong , useful and happy life. There should be a revolu tion of sentiment in social matters. Youth should not be taught to despise the lowly walks of life. In them mostly lies that security so essential to content ment which after all , is the greatest blessing. IF congress repeals the timber culture law and the pre-emption act it will do something that has not been called for very strongly , something that is not es sential and will not be of any great good to anyone. The fact that a pool- man can go out into the west and get 480 acres of government land under the three rights now given him is not a bad thing , not in the sense that the control of large tracts of land by corporation is bad ; for in that case the lands get into the hands of the people , the actual set tlers , the poor men , the laboring pee ple. To restrict the rich and not the poor , in the matter of securing land , ought to be the aim of our law makers. The wealthy never go out west to take up homesteads , tree claims and pre emptions ; that is the work of the poor folks ; and it is they who build up the country and turn the desert into a gar den of beauty. Congress has no busi ness to legislate against that class by the repeal of the presant excellent land laws. Gazette Journal. THE Philadelphia Kccord gives Amer ican bankers some timely and wholesome advice. They should says the Record , co-operate with the merchants , manu- \tcturers , carrying companies , and other corporate or individual investors and other operators who arc pushing forward micticablc enterprises , and with the far- iiers and mechanics who * give cmploy- nent to great numbers of laborers , in cceping the wheels of legitimate indus- ry steadily rolling on. In taking care 3t the labor of the country the banks ire taking care of themselves. All iheir profits grow out of labor. It requires no particular actttencss of reas oning to follow the sweat on the brow jf the honest workingman until it is .ransmitted into the dividend that finds ts way into the banker's pocket. The mnker , therefore , does not understand lis business who docs not make his Business take care of his business. Xo loncst trader , factor , farmer of dealer rho wants a loan shoud go away from . bank empty hande-1 now if his credit las heretofore been unshaken. When ; aniblers fall it furnishes no good eason for distrusting the weaver "We would respectfully announce to the citizens of McCook and vicinity that we have just opened a splendid stock of * * Dry Goods , Clothin Hats Boots Shoes Notions Etc , Caps , , , , , Having had about 15 years experience we have purchased in Chicago a line of goods that WG think will please ALL who will call and examine our GOODS AND PRICES. If you wish a suit for yourself or boys we can fit you and sell as low as you can buy in Chicago. In the BOOT AND SHOE LINE WE can surprise you. "We carry a line stock of DKY GOODS. Having a fine line of 0ASHMERES AND SPRING STYLES OF Dress Goods and Trimmings. Also , Prints , Ginghams , Laees. CALL IN AND SEE US. WILCOX BROS. Two Blocks West of Bank , West Dennison Street , McCook. FREES & HOCKNELL PROPRIETORS OF THE II LOIEB H DEALERS IXII Lumber , Lime , Cement , Sash , Doors , Blinds , Hard and Soft Coal , YARDS AT McCook , Indianola , Cambridge , Arapahoe , and Oxford. Challenge Wind Mill , Superior to any OH the market , being He.uler , Stronger Unlit. , . and therefore n more Durable Mill. It in the only aksolutcly Mfe Mill built ; nnd out of Thousands Erected During 12 Years pa t. not one IMS c\er blown away and left the Tower landing. A record no other Mill can show. VT ntttf to put up any of our PI'MPIXO MILLS ON THIRTY DAYS TRIAL , And if they don't glxc satisfaction , will remove Mill at our . own expense. Ale Manufacturers of the Celebrated Challenge Feed Mills , Corn Shelters. Iron Pumps tilth bra * ? , cylinders , Iron Pipe , Tanks. For estimates catalogues and prices -'PPb" to G. B. XETTLETON , McCook , Neb- . Agent for Southwestern Nebraska and Northwestern K.tnsi * D. KENDALL'S BILLIARD HALL & FAVORITE RESORT. THE PLACE : C > Ice Cold Lem'onade Beer Nuts , Ginger , Pop , , CHOICE CIGARS , CANDY , ETC , BILLIARD and POOL TABLE. CALL smd ENJOY YOUHSELYES | for the working tla . Send 10 crnt [ for jKHtage. anil wi : ullliii.iil joii free arojalalunblc beef cample good lrftli.it will put jou in the way of making nioru money In a fewdaji than jou e\er thought po- siblu at any business. Capital not required. We will Htnrt jou. You can work all the time or In narc tltnp only. Tlic work Is unit orally adapted to lx > th HC\CS , joung niiiLold. yon can easily urn from jl ) cunt * to ? 3 e\ury iMealng. Twt ) 3 ! ! who want ujrk iniy tot ( lie business we make thin unparalleled offer ; to all ujio are not well suNlh'd wy will --und $ | to pay for the trouble of writing us ? . Full particular * , direction- . etc. , sent free. Fortunes will he made bj tbuM ! ulio She their whole tlinii to the work. Great siicce-c absolutely sure. Don't delay. Start uou. Addrt'e ST1XSOX & CO. . Portland. Maine. v'-35. Send MX rtcehc free , a cu tl > l > oof A PRIZE pxjdxwhhb will help } u to , I more money right awaj than mythlng else In thU world. All of either-e\ , i-ui.rc.vd from first hour. The broad road to fortune opens be fore the workers absolutely sure. At OULC .uldrc-n CO. , Augusta , Maine. U-J3. PATENTS F A. Lclimnnn. Solicitor of American and Foreign Patents Wajhingtim. 1) . ( " . All liuine cunnectqit with Patent'wlwihrr before tnePatent oaicp ur the Court * , promptly attended to. Xo ofurgi ; made un- Ie ? a jiatf.ni | scc reil. > jml for clrcjilar. 'it. ' wantpd f or The Lti p pr aljtlie AGENTS President * of the \S. S. Th largest , InndMjnitrt lPSt bpuk ei er * old for less tlf.ii ) to. Ice oif | price. The fas'te > t telling iKHjk lu Auiurlra. Imuirast : profit * to agenth. All Intelligent people ? wint | t. Any one can bet-onie a > ucceful agi-nt. Terjis ( frt'e HALLKTT I5OOK CO. . Portland , Maine. -.33 , ALWAYS AHEAD. Our DruL'gl-t , S. L. ( Jreen. Is dNtribntlng free . - ample ple liottlcs of P.eggs' lilood Purifler. It will at om-r rLlltthat ilroucy. heaty , tired feeling. IOM of am bition , & .c. , caused by a Torpid Llxcr ami KfUneja. It losts nothing to try it.