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About McCook weekly tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 188?-1886 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 9, 1884)
; 'We Sire Offering a Large Selection of
General Merchandise !
AT FRIGES THAT ASTONISH ALL ,
A SURE REMEDY
Taken in the early stages of diseases , insures immediate
relief ; consequently , come early and secure , the best
bargains. Do not forget about your
BUTTER AND EGGS !
FOR ALL IN WANT
. Of one hundred and ten cents for one dollar , there is no
place in town that comes so near meeting that want as "THE
PEOPLE'S STORE. " Oui goods are bought close and we gofer
for quick sales and small , profits. Our stock of
Dress Goods , Notions , Clothing , Boots & Shoes ,
Hats and Caps is Full and Complete.
In abundance and at prices never so lew. We quote no
prices of an inferior quality of goods , Tbut make it
our aim to sell nothing but the BEST at
CLOSE PRICES. Respectfully ,
B. Z IYL PHARMACY ,
HAVE IN STOCK A LINE OF
FINE TOILET ARTICLES ;
Combs , Brushes , Perfumery , Extracts , Etc.
WINES AND LIQUORS
Will * * be sold only in cases of sickness , and then only
on Physician's Prescription.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded , Day or Nighi.
Doctor's Choice , America's Finest Five Cent Cigar.
McCOOK , - - NEBRASKA ,
Ghalto Wind Mill.
Superior to any OH the market , being Heavier , Stronger Built ,
and therefore a more Durable Mill. , It Is the only
absolutely safe Mill built ; and out of
Thousands Erected During 12
Years past not one has ever Mown away and left the Tower
standing. A iccord no other Mill can show. "We offer
to put up any of our PUMPIXG MILLS
ON THIRTY DAYS TRIAL ,
And If they don't give satisfaction , will remove Mill at our
own expense. Also Manufacturers of the Celebrated
Challenge Feed Mills , Corn Shelters. Iron Pumps
with brass cylinders , Iron Pipe , Tanks.
For estimates , catalogues and prices , apply to
G. 13. NETTLETON , HcCoolc , Nell- ,
Agent for Southwestern Nebraska and Northwestern Kansas
BILLIARD HALL & FAVORITE RESORT ,
Ice Cold Lemonade Beer Nuts
, Ginger , Pop , , ;
CHOICE CIGARS , CANDY , ETC , < v
BILLIAED and POOL TABLE. CALL and ENJOY YOUKSELYES' ' i
Origin of the Con cIcnco"Fund.
[ Washington Cor. Philadelphia Record. ]
Every now and then you see an an
nouncement in the papers to the effect
that some anonymous person has for
warded to the treasurer of the United
States at Washington a contribution to
the conscience fund. You suppose from
this that there is somewhere in the treas
ury a fund made up of such contribu
tions , which , by this time , must bo ol
very considerable size. Now , the fact
is , that there is no such thing as a separ
ate fund for the contributions of
the conscience-stricken. Such con
tributions have always been con
veyed into the treasury under
the head of miscellaneous receip's.
The term "Conscience .Fund" was the
invention of old Treasurer Spinner , the
man with an autograph which was auto-
Twenty years ago , during the war , a
letter was one day received at the treas
ury department from a man who , en
closing a cheek for $1,500 , said that that
represented a little misappropriation of
government funds of which ho had boon
guilty when acting as quartermaster m
the army of the United States.
Then came the happy idea into Spin
ner's handsome head. "We'll call that
a contribution to the conscience fund , "
he said , "and have it announced in the
newspapers , and perhaps we'll get some
more. " The contribution to the con
science fund was duly announced all over
the country. The treasury department
promptly got "Lomcmore. " From that
time on for ten years the con
tributions were very numerous' .
During the pist ; ten years they have
been constantly growing more infre
quent. It is a problem whether the
conscience of the country is growing more
callous or more lender. The contribu
tions to the conscience fund have never
been very largo in amount. The largest
ever made was $ -1,000 , forwarded by a
former internal revenue ganger in Chicago
cage as the amount of the bribe ho
took from distillers who desired to de
fraud the government. It will be seen
that none of the big thieves who have
fattened on public plunder have ever
availed themselves of this easy way ot
making partial reparation.
Au Early TVritlng-Paper.
[ St. Nicholas. ]
Many centuries before Christ , .Numa
left writings upon the papyrus , whence
our name , paper , is derived. This plant ,
which was revered as sacred by the old
Egyptians , grows abundantly in shallow
streams and marshes in upper Egypt
and Syria. Bruce found it growing in
the river Jordan , and noticed a curious
fact , that it always presented the sharp ,
angular side of its pear-shaped stem
to the swift current. The stem is eight
or ten feet high , two inches in diameter ,
and crowned with a fringe of
hair-like leaves , which circle a
blossom of slender spikelets. Beneatli
the brown sheath which envelops the
root-stalk of this dark-green plant lie
other sheaths which are very transpar
ent. These , when split into thin leave
and dried in the sun , were glued to
gether , and formed the roll of papyrus
on which many of the ancient writing
have come down to us. This paper \v ; ;
both flexible and durable. Spccim'M
from Pompeii can be seen in the muhL-un
at Naples. In the fifth century papyru
paper , of which many varieties existed
was largely manufactured at Alexandria
and ranked high in the commerce o :
nations. Its use continued until abou
seven or eight centuries ago.
Tlic Hudson's Bay Route.
[ Chicago News. ]
Some time ago we took occasion to
direct the attention of our readers to
the Manitoban project of communication
with Europe via Hudson's bay , and it is
as well , now that the matter has taken
definite shape , that we should acquaint
them with its progress. The scheme is ,
in brief , to construct a railroad from
Y > rinnipeg to Fort Churchill , on Hud
son's bay , whence steamers will convey
freight to Liverpool. As a mat
ter of course , the enterprise
depends upon the settlement of
the question , considered very doubtful
at present , whether the straits forming
the entrance to the bay are free from
ice long enough to permit of its being
conducted with profit. In the mean
time a railway from Winnipeg to Fort
Churchill has been chartered with a land
grant of 12,800 aeres per mile , and the
steamer Neptune , with a scientific expe
dition commanded by Lieut. Gordon , of
the British navy , cither has sailed or is
on the point of sailing from Halifax to
remain in the bay for a year to watch
the straits. That is the state of the case
Suiciding : Gamblers.
[ Exchange. ]
Statistics show that the tendency to sui
cide is much greater among regular gam
blers from losses than among business
men. The sharp strain of the gaining
table , short though it may be , spoils the
nerves and weakens fortitude more than
Lhe strain of business. Cavernoiii'of the
iuost serene of men , was within : in ace
m one great gambling night of throw
ing half his fortune away rather than
call a card , and only called it , as he re
lates himself , because a drop of perspira-
Lion rose on his opponent's forehead.
[ New York World. ]
There is no flag , banner , gonfalon or
jriflamme in existence so beautiful as
; he ensign of the American republic. Its
colors are the most beautiful to be found
n the rainbow. Its combination is
xesthetic. Our Hag is to all other Hags
ivhat the rose is to the botanical king-
loin and the eagle to the ornithological
species. Our bosom not only swells with
) ride when we behold the emblem of our
: ountry , but our artistic sense is lulled
: o sweet repose.
[ Chicago Tribune. ]
"How-often do you present your bill
; o that young fellow ? " said a gentleman
: oa * cigar-store man , when a dude told
n'm to charge him with a package of
iigarettes. "Quarterly , sir. " "What ,
rou don't mean to say you trust him for
hrce months ? " " 0 , no , of course not.
Quarterly in this case means every tima
lie bill amounts to a quarter of a dol-
New Orleans Picayune : Patience
omes in where there is nothing else f
0ITY BAKERY ,
ADDflflQT 9. DDn
i rnUu&l ob Dnu ,
WE KEEP ON HAND
BREAD , PIES & CAKES ,
Cakes Made on Order.
Lunch Room in connection , where
you can get hot coffee , etc.
IB ENDLESS VARIETY ,
ALL THE STANDARD
PATENT MEDICINES !
Paints , Oils , Window Glass ,
all sizes , Cigars and Tobacco ,
Wall PaperBooks and Station
ery , Reading Matter , School
Books , Slates , Pencils , Toilet
Articles , Pure Wines and Li
quors , for medical purposes ,
and in fact everything usually
kept in a first-class Drug Store.
[ OPPOSITE HOTEL OX THE HILL. ]
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Stock Saddles , Cow-Boy out
fits , and Spurs.
HEALTH and VIGOR of YOUTH : In all thu o
diseases requiring a certain and efficient TONIC.
icci.illv | Dyspepsia , Want of Appelitc.liidipfE-
tiini , Lack of Strength , etc. , its ue is niarKeil
with immediate and nonileritil results. Hones.
n-ii'-eles and nerves reci-liu new force. Eulncus
tlie mind and supplies Hrain I'ower.
3 & ? ? © sufferiiiK Iroin all complair.ls
5 iiSi&i > .sabC ? peculiar to tlieirsex-n-illliiid in
DK KAKTEK'S IRON TONTCapafe and j-pi e ! y
cure. It gives a clear and healthy complexion
Tie strongest testimony to the value < n
Kit * * JUON- Toxic is lhat frequent attempts
iointerfiiiiirbavp : only : : cMc < l K. tu- ) | iUl-ir- | !
\i.-- \ - > l th J nri lti-il. Ifyon earsic lly < ! esinlii.tilb
Jo not e\periir.ciit sret tbc OIEIRIXAI. AM > ISL-T
/F--0'i rcmr nddio toTbo T > . Hnrl er Me i : Co-
fe ) fit. LoiiU , Mo. fo- ocr " 3JHiL&.T SOCK. ' rf
< L'B > Iof stranrenud u ? fu ! iaT-cntinn. jr" . r > '
Jr ; . HARTER'S IROM TONIC is FOR SALE EY AI.I
DnuaassTs AND DE/.LEHS EVERYWHERE.
i ft i Rfor tlie worKln" class'Send 10 cents
I i B H I for pottage , and wij will mall you free ,
J a royal , valuable box 01 sample Roods
that will put you In the way of making
lore money in a few days than you ever thought pos-
: blc at any business. Capital not required. We will
: art you. You can work all the time or In &pare time
nly. The work Is universally adapted to both sexes
nuns and old. You can easily earn from 50 cents to
> every eeninjj. . That all who waat work m-iy test
ic business , we make this unparalleled offer ; to all
ho arc not well satisfied ws > will send $1 to pay for
ic trouble of writing us. Full particulars , directions ,
: c. , sent free. Fortunes will be made by those who
Ive their whole time to the work. ' Great success
Isolutcjy sure. Don't delay. Start uow. Address
IIXSOX & CO. . Portland , ilalne. 2-33.
Send six cents forpoatape.nnd
receive free , a costly box of
Roods which will help y.u to
i D more money rfcht away than
lythhiK else In this world. All of either e.v , succeed
om first hour. The broad road to fortune opens be-
re the workers , absolute ! } sure. At oace address
I5UU & CO. , Augusta , Maine. 2-33.
C9 ) -J I
PRISES LOWER THIN EYER BEFORE.
McGRACKEN'S JEWELRY STORE. -
STA iV 1 FLOUR.
WARRANTED TO BE
FLOUR 112 THE MARKET.
HAYDEN CO , AGENTS ,
McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
FREEST HOCKNELL ,
MtOPIUETOJJS OF TLIE
H DEALERS IN II
.umber , Lime , Cement , Sash , Doors , Blinds ,
Hard and Soft Coal.
YARDS AT HcCook , Indianola , Cambridge , Arapahoe , and Oxford.
EMI rb Emporium.
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J. E. BERGERS Proprietors McCOOK , NEB.
ADVICE TO MOTEEES.
Are you disturbed at night and broken of your rest
f a sick child suffering and crying with pr.in of cui
ng teeth ? If s-o , send at once and fret a bottj of
s value Is incalculable. li will relieve the i ur
; tle sufferer Immediately. Depend upon it. nn.ther ? .
.ere is no mistake about It. It cures d-enery and
arrhoea , regulates the stomach and bowels , cures
Ind colic , softens the gums , reduce- * Inflammation ,
id elves tone and energy to the _ whoipysteni. ] .
M'-.int to the tns-te. and Isthe prescri ! > ti' > ; i of one
the oldest and best female nurses aud j.by-iiiai'i
the United States , an-t Is for sale by all dnife' to
rouRhout the world. J'rice 23 cents a bottle.
\ a week at home. ? 3 outf.t free. 1'ay ob-
. solutely sure. Xoiisk. Capital not renulr-
I ed. Header , if you want business a.t winch
"per-ons of either sex , yuun or oW. can
ike great pay all the titno they worl. . with absolute
rtalnty , wrire for p-irt'cularsi to II. HALLK'IT
) . P.'rtland. Maiac. . ? "
Can be cured by the ue ( > f Hrp - - ' Darmelks. HU-
rs. It v.-ilt at once restore action to theHvcrand
lnev. . and tone up and regulate tl.c itoiuach , eo
I food will be digested. For sale by fa. L. Green
d Metropolitan Drug Store.
A. P. SHARP' ' '
FOR A FIRST-CLASS
SHAVE OR HAIR CUT.
HOT & SOLD BATHS
OX SHORT NOTICE.
25JTLadies' and Children's Hair
Dressing a specialty.
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