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VOLUME III. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JANUARY 29 , 1883. NUMBER 35.
UNITED STATES LAND Of PICE
McCook , Nebraska.
G. L. LAWO , Eceistsr. . 5. F. SAECOiE , Becchcr.
OFFICE Ilouiis : Frorh 9 A. M. to V.i M. , ami
1 to 4 P. M. , mountain '
COOHUAN & HELM ,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
AND GF.NKRAL AHEXTS ,
McCOOK , : NEBRASKA.
I'rompt and cnrcf ul attention Riven to I.nw Catca In
alt i he Courts of the Siiuc nnd all fliifscs of U. S.
Land liuMncuR trar.-wutecl before the loc.il uillce nt
McCook. Nebraska , am ! ihc InieriurUcj.anmcnf ut
WaaJiInston. 1) . i ' . ( jontetts n 8r.icl.iUWill pros
ecute claims for rent-Ions owl rlulms for Inert-use of
religions. Xotuilnl ImnlnesH done i nil iKixIs bought
and bold on icnsoiinlilc term * . jS oiilce lt > t dour
south Of the U S. Land Olllcf. 3.29
THOS. COMTEK ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
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ARKM KOH THE
Lincoln Land Company nntl the McCook
Waterworks. Heal Kstate Hou hr and Sold
nnd Collections Made. fS ? Oljicc , Opposite
Post Oflicc , McCook , Neb.
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PAGE T. FEANOIS ,
COUNTY SURVEYOR ,
Red Willow County
Keeps ccrtifled plats of all lands in the
Hitchcock land district. Special attention
Kiveu to all such business. Concspondence
solicited. i-S ! .
L. LEK JOHNSON , tt. D. ,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON ,
Office nt Metropolitan Drug Store , where ho
can be found when not professionally engag
ed. Residence , corner of Jellerson and .uad-
DR. Z. L. KAY ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
AIcCOOK , . - - XEDRASKA.
at Churchill House.
Du. A. J. WILLEY ,
SURGEON B. & M. Railroad.
[ OFFICE AT B. & M. PHARMACY , ]
McCOOK , - - NEBRASKA.
JOHN F. COLLINS ,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ,
McCOOK. - - NEBRASKA.
J Jobbing will receive prompt attention at my shop
on Dennlson St. , opposite McCook House. Plans and
specifications furnished if desired.
W. M. SANDERSON ,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER ,
McCooic , - NEBRASKA.
guaranteed- Give me a call.
WILLIAM McINTYKE ,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ,
All work warranted. All material furnished
it desired. Work done on short notice.
NEW BAE.BEB , SHOP.
Has opened up a Barber Shop on West Dennlson
Street , McCook , Neb. , where he Is able to do Shaving ,
Hair Dressing , etc. , at all times. Ladles and child
ren's hair dressing a specialty. * all and become
acquainted. JACKSON TUHBS.
A. C. TOWNE ,
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
McCOOK , XEBIJASKA.
Has for- sale Deeded Lands , Timber Claims and
Homesteads. Also , will locate parties on Govern
\vlth Ked Tin Tutr ; 2s Leal * me ut Uiewinp ;
BIT ? Clpthss , and lilack , Brown nnd Yellow SnsSs
are the" best and cheapest , quality considered i
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
Arc yon dieiuibed at night and broken of jour rest
by a sick child suflerlnj ; and cryiiiK with pain of cutting -
ting leeih ? If so , send at oucc ami gei a buttle of
Jirs. Wbdsw's Ss.tiitg Syrop for ChLirsa Testike.
Its value h > Incalculable , it will relieve the pour
little t-unerer Immediately. Depend upuu it , mothers ,
there Is no mistake about It It cures tlyseutery and
diarrhoea , regulates the stomach aud boueU , cures
wind colic , t-ofteus the jum > , reduces Inflaiuuia.tlon.
and Kites tone and energy to the xvholc eysieni.
JJrs. Wkrlsw's Scthii2 Syrap fr CMlirta Tceturs is
pleasant to the taste , anu Is the prescription of cue
of the oldest and best female nurses and physicians
In the United States , and is fur sale by all ilru Uls
throughout the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
An Answer Wanted.
Pan any one bring ua a case of Kidney or T.ivcr
Complaint that .Electric Bitters will not Bjecdily
cure ? V e say they can nut , as thousands of cabes
already pcimancmly cured and who are dally rccom-
nienulnK hlrctnc Lstuuis , wnl prove right's .Dis
ease. Diabetes. Weak Back , or ny urinary complaint
quickly cured. They purify the blood , regulate the
boweU , and act directly on tuu diseased pans. K\cry
bottle guaranteed For sale at 50 cents a bottle ut
"Metropolitan IJruj Store.
Send six cents forpostagc.and
receive free , a cuvtly i > ux of
i * ulUch will help you to
t .noru uiouey right away than
Uio-U..O . . . . . % . . - . . . . . . . .i > nu. An utehhersex , succeed
from uisi hour , luc broau rouu to furiuue open * bej j
fore the workers , absolutely aurc At once ucidiess
TKUC & CO. . Augtuu. Maine. 3-M.
> fessrs. S. L. Green and Johnson & Balding arc
always reliable and try to secure the best of every
thing for their patrons They now have bought a
large qaamitj of BEGOS' < 'I1KICKY ODGII SYHUP , j
and are always tvllllns end rcpdy to recommend It to J
v cry one to need of a preparation for coughs , colds , j
Utbmn , bronchitis nnd consumption , as they know of !
no other remedy that Is gaining sucli a wide reputa
tion. Sample bottles free. i
; y Irons ,
eiter ( Boxers , Lead ,
og Chains , Locks ,
Lagg Screws , Lines ,
Lariat ( Pins , Latches.
eke ( Bows ,
eke ( Bows ,
eke ( Bows ,
ekes , Ox Yokes ,
Yokes , Ox Yokes ,
Yokes , Ox Yokes.
able Knives ,
acks , Tea ( Pots ,
ea-Pots-Kettles , ,
ape Lines , Twine ,
Toilet Sets , Twine ,
Tin Trunks , 'longs.
ard Cans ,
oaders Shell ,
eaders Cattle ,
aili Hatchets ,
Ladles , Lifters ,
Level Glass , Levels.
1 Ibows ,
J xpansive ( Bits ,
nd Gate 'Rods ,
xtractors , Shell ,
Emery , Cloth , 'Paper ,
Everything in line.
ells ( Belts ,
utter ( Bowls ,
rackets , ( Bits ,
ill Head ( Boxes ,
( Bird Cages , ( Bolts ,
( Bread ( Boxes , ( Butts.
acks , Card , .
akes , ( Rzngs ,
ingers , Hog ,
* azors ( Reamers ,
( Rasps , fRat Traps ,
Rope , 'Rides , Rods.
peners , Can ,
x Bow Pins ,
yster Ladles ,
Ovens , Ovens , Ovens ,
Oil Cans and Stoves.
[ taples , Spades ,
kates , Scrapers ,
\prings \ , Shelters ,
ieves , Steel Yards ,
Scales , Scoops , Shoes ,
Saws , hand & X = cut.
TCR . .
OF SOUTHWESTERN NEBRASKA FOR
Stoves and Tinware.
TOOLS I TOOLS I
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
SBLBBRATBD BAIN WAGONS
AND SPRING WAGONS.
BOTH IRON AND WOOD.
Lead and Iron Pipe and Pipe Fitings.
MANUFACTURING AND REPAIRING OF
Tin , Sheetlron 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 , "
LYTLE BROS. ,
JlcCOOK , Opp. Citizen's Bank , NEB.
Star Mills Flour.
WARRANTED TO BE THE
FOR SALE BY-
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 Non-Residents.
Money to loan on Farming Lands , Village and personal
' property. Fire Insurance a specialty.
Tickets for Sale to . and from -Europe ,
002BEDPOCTB1TI3 : J. W. DOLAK , President.
First National Bank , Lincoln , Nob.
Chase National Bnuk , New York. V. FRANKLIN , Vice-President.
Washington , D. C. , Jan. 25. ' 85.
Wsishinirton is consitluralily crest
fallen over the fact that she has neither
room for tiie strangers who are to come
here to take in the Monument dedica
tion and tho. Inauguration , nor halls
for the accommodation of the people
who desire to hear the oration on the
first occasion , or to trip the light fan
tastic toe on the second. The new
Pent-ion hall will furnish many a first
class case of pneumonia unless the
weather should prove remarkably
mild , PS it will be next to impossible
to heat a hu/rp / brick building while it
is in a. half finished state. I see , by
the way , that the new President is get
ting his hand , or rather his foot , in by
' attending a series of ball performan
ces at Buffalo , though it is said that
Grover can'tdance fortho peanuts. In
fact , Mr. Arthur and Mr. Van Buren
have been the only Presidents who
possessed the faculty of going through
the mazes of an ordinary quadrille.
Grant took lessons in dancing at the
White House , but for all that he nev
er could dance.
An astute newspaper correspondent
here mentions the name of Capt. John
Ericson for Mr. Cleveland's Secretary
of the Navy. This looks like putting
young blood into the new administra
tion ] , indeed. Captain Ericson is now
eighty-one years old , but nevertheless
probably as vigorous as many a Cab
inet officer of modern days. I have
always .thought somehow that tin
country has never appreciated the
great service that Capt. Ericson ha
performed for us , nor have we shown
ourselves grateful to him for the per
sonal sacrifice he mide : for us in build
ing and fitting out that gallant little
cheese-box that revolutionized the
world's ideas of nnritime warfare ,
when she knocked out the huge "Mer-
rimac" in about the first round. Had
the people had the opportunity on that
March morning in 1862 they would
have showered such honors on Ericson
as no mortal had ever received , for he
had demonstrated the fact that we
wer * * ' invincible against , any foe upon
the , water with the Monitor , and the
army of the. West had shown itsell
abundantly able to take care of itself
on land. Capf. Ericson has been at
work in all these years since the war
closed , in perfecting other maritime
engines of destruction , the last of
which is the "Destroyer" from which
five hundred pounds of dynamite in
one mass can be thrown under water
with the most accurate aim. and with
perfect safety to the vessel from which
it is hurled. For coast defence it is as
perfect a means as human ingenuity
can devise , and would be irresistible
against the attacks of the combined
navies of Europe. There is no hum
bug about this , and because there is
not it is not at all likely that. Congress
will look upon the scheme to aid Capt.
Ericson in building his vessels , with
any sort of complacency.
The prospect that Mi. Evarts will
be the successor of Senator Lapham
must be exhilarating to the average
NPW Yorker. . So far as the conserv
ing of the interests of the Empire State
is concerned , Mr. Lapham has been an
fibsolute nonentity. In fact , since Mr.
Donkling vanished so suddenly from
the Senate Chamber four years ago.
New York has been practically unrep
resented in that body. I care not
ivhat Mr. Evarts' antecedents may
mve been as a lawyer , or as Mr. Hayes'
Cabinet adviser , he has brains , and
Lhat is what the country stands in
sore need of in her legislative coun
cils , bojr PEDRO.
AMERICANS abroad are apt to be very
American A Mr. Livingstone , who is
spending the winter in Florence , drives
mt daily with three coaches always
Iriven in line ; the firta , driven by him
self , is drawn by a pair and six horses
; atidem ; the second , driven by his son ,
vith eight horses tandem ; while the
; hird , driven by a coachman , is drawn
jy four tandem or a double pair. The
loble gentlemou at first drove the whole
iwenty steeds together , but meeting
vith an accident , the city officials in-
ierfered and obliged Mr. Livingstone to
separate them. The gentleman ought
; o drive asses , and thus have congenial
: ompanions. Republican.
A CHICAGO justice or' the peace has
jlectrififd the saloon cirqles of that city
) y fining heavily a barkeeper for bruis-
ng a tramp who went for the so-called
Vee lunch without first paying for a
Iririk. The modern Daniel decided that
i free lunch is a free lunch , and that
so wills can partake. Topics.
A MAX named Broston , living at Lime
Lake. Canada , while drunk , struck his
dck ( laughter with a chair , killing her.
flte girl's mother ran to the nearest
leighbor's house. The night was bittcr-
y cold and the mother died from expos-
ire aud excitement. No comments.
tlM L :
THE BESSEMER HEATER ,
Call at LaTOU
AND SEE THAT MAGNIFICENT
Hard Coal Base Burner
THAT HE IS GIVING AWAY TO PURCHASERS OF
'Every Purchaser of a HEATER receives
a , ticket for the drawing , which takes place
JANUARY 25th , 1885. Party drawing the
stove and not wishing to take ita will receive
$30 in cash. Don't fail to call and see it.
Two Doors South of the Postoffice.
HURRAH ! HURRAH !
To the Enterprising People of McCook and Surrounding Country
I take pleasure in announcing that on or about
WILL OPEN UP ONE OF THE LARGEST
HOUSES THiS SIDE OF DENVER.
[ n connection with my RETAIL TRADE will open up " a
WHOLESALE CLOTHING TRADE. Save us
an order , if you are in need of
stem 9s. .
REMEMBER THE OPENING OF THE
GREAT WESTERN MERCHANT
f i j-i *
s \ i/ / * ! B ? / " \ . - f/\ - * -QS\
and uoinifl !
HOUSE "WILL BS-OIJ OE ABOUT ZEBSUAEY 5th.
The One-Price and 'Wide-Awake Merchant Tailor and Clothier.
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