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VOLUME IV. ' McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MARCH 18 , 1886. NUMBER 42.
NOW RECEIVED A GREAT SHARE OF OUR STOCK AMD CAN SHOW YOU THE ONLY REAL ASSORTMENT OF
Dress Goods , Notions , Fancy Goods , Laces , Robes , Linens , Napki
Underwear , Ladies9' Shoes , Corsets , Etc. , in the Eepublican Valley. Men's , Boy's
and Children's Clothing Beady-Made , or to Order , in-the Latest Shapes ,
! aps , Neckwear , Furnishings , Etc. , in the Best Styles
are the Leaders in Variety of Goods , Low Prices and Best B
C. K. LAWSON ,
-DEALER IN =
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STOVE : \M \
STUDEBAKER WAGOS l , PLO yfS ? Etc.
McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
F. L. McCRAGKEIN ,
IN THE WEST , AND
PAID TO THE
OF FINE AND COMPLI
ENGRAVING FREE.t t
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
5. L. LAWS , SesUtc : . C. ? . 3AS303S. Eci7cr.
OFFirn Honic. : From 0 A. M. to 12 M. , and
1 to 4 P. 31. , mountain tiiue.
COOHRAN & 1IEL.M ,
Attorneys-at-Law & Gen'l Agents ,
McCOOK , : NEBRASKA.
Prompt unil careful attention pit en to Law Cat.cs In
all the Courts of the State and all classes of U. 84
Land Kuslnrcs transacted before the Ior.il otlice at
McCook. Xebraska , and the Interim Department at
Washington , 1) . C. Coulees a spceialtj. Will pros-
ocutc claims for Pensions and claims for Increase of
Pension" . Xotarial business done i.nd lauilb bought
and t-old ou reasonable terms. E5'Oflice. 3d door
south of the U S. Land Oilice. .J.uy
THOS. COLFEU. .1. A. COHOKAL
GOLFER & CORDEAL ,
ATTORNEYS : AT : LAW ,
AXD NOTARIES PUBLIC.
Heal Instate Bought and Sold atirl Collections
Mide. TIios. Colfcr ngvul Lincoln Land To.
Ollicc , Opp. Chiciifro Lumber Yard. McCook.
\ViK A. Jtt'AX , 15. J. KVAX.
RYAN BrtOrf. ,
UVLflND 1ND LOSN OFFICE
JS"3Ioney to loan on ClmttcK. Lcv.il busi
ness will rccei\o prompt attention. Oilice.
2d door south of U. S. Lund Oilice , McCook.
SNAYELY & STARR ,
ATTORNEYS : AT : LAW ,
TNDTANOLA , NEJJKASKA.
Will pntctice hi all the State and United
States Courts. Al o , before the Land OHice at
McCook and the department at Washington.
iiunn w. COLE. rio.v F. MO S.
COLE & MOSS ,
Will practice in all the Coints of Nebraska ,
Ivunsus and Colorado , and in the Pcderal
Couits ot the Eteuth Circuit. Careful atten
tionriven to contents and land business before
tlioU. S. Land Onices at MeCook , Obi-rlin and
lifnver , and the IiitcriorDuiiartmunt at Wash
ington. Coinnicicial and corpniotion law a
* .pecialty. Money to loan. Kooms 4 and : ,
First National IS.ink Hinldiiifr.
57T. ANDERSON , "
Loan Broker and Accountant ,
McCOOK , - NEIJIIASKA.
Hooks opened , written up and adjusted Of
fice over Green's drugstore. 4. : Kmos. .
Du. Z. L. KAY ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGKOX ,
McCOOK. - - XKBHASKA.
: llooin Xo. 1 , McCook Hanking
Un. A. J. WTLLEY ,
SURGEON B. &iM. RAILROAD.
LOFFICE AT . & M. PHAP.MAOV. ]
McCOOK , . . NEBRASKA.
T. B. STCT55MAN. M. 1) .
Eclectic Physician and Surgeon ,
OCULIST AND ATJRIST.
IS'-'Oflicc in 1'ate's Brick. Main * St.
JJ. B. DAVIS , M. D. .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
McCOOK . XEBRASK.V.
ar Oflico at Chencry & Stiles drug store.
J. E. CASTBERG ,
COUNTY - : - SURVEYOE.
RKD WTLI.'OW COC.NTV , XKIJ.
at Indianola and McCook. 1'ost-
Olticc addrett , McCook , Xeb.
JOHN F. COLLINS.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ,
McCOOK. . . NEBRASKA.
-lobbing vlil rccrhe prompt nrtcmlon at my shop
on DuniilMin St. . opposite McCook HOIKC. rians and
peclllcatrons rurnislicU if ae Ircd.
WILLIAM .McTXTYKE. -
CONTRACTOR AXD BUILDER ,
CULBERTSON. NEBRASKA ,
AH work warranted. AH material f urniehed j
If desired. Work done on short notice. '
A'SATCIIKL BUSTLE" is tlio latest ,
[ t is for ladies. It has a compartment ,
roomy and airy , in which a night-dress ,
a gossamer , a comb and brush , toilet ar
ticles , a wrapper and ti bottle of sooth
ing syrup are easily stored. The bustle ,
says an eastern paper , is much admired
cd and all the rage. It i.s a daisy.
Mil. WILSON has introduced a bill iu
congress doubling the rate of postage
on fourth class mail matter. This move
is in the interest of the cxpre com
panies , as it will rui out the small par-
eel delivery fiom the mails of the coun
try. THE Tuicuxn believes this is an
outrage on the people and hopes tho
Nebraska delegation will tak no hand
in i ( . It ] ' > of the greatest convenience
to the people to be able to use the mail
for transmitting small packages of mer
chandise from place to place without
pacing tho stiff charge of the
i Tin : following eloquent pss : .ige i
from the pen of George D. Prentice .
Tt cannot bo that earth is niaii'.s abid
ing place. It cannot bo that our lives
are mere bubbles cast up by eternity , to
float a moment on its waves and then .
sink into nothingness. Else why is it
that the glorious aspiiation which leaps
like angels from the temple of one'- *
heart are forever wandering unsatisfied ?
Why is it that the stars tli.it hold their
festival around the midnight th'.one are
set alike the grasp of our limited facul- (
ty. forever mocking us with their unap
proachable glory ? And finally , why is
it that bright forms of human beauty
presented to our views are taken from
us , leaving the thousand "trc.ims of af
fection to flow back in Alpine torrents
upon our heaits ? There is a realm
where the rainbow never fades ; whoie
the stars will spread out before us like \
shadows , and will stay in our presence '
forever. " '
THE hanging of Ford and Murphy at
New Orleans has probably few parallel * '
in the criminal annals of the country.
Foul was a wealtln' and respected citi
zen. His brother wa a judge and had j
an enemy. The judge , his brother and
flvc officers of the court waylaid the cue- '
my and some of them shot him to death. '
It was shown that there was a conspira-
cy. the hanged men doing the shooting
and the judge and otbeis aiding and
abetting. Murder had run riot so fear
fully in Xew Orleans that all classes of
citizens demanded that this crime
should be punished. It has been , al
though powerful and long continued ef
forts were made to avert it. Two of
the criminals are dead and the remain
der in the penitentiary. The circuni-1
stance511 doubtless have a alutary in- '
flucnce all over the country. It is
much needed. From some reason or
from some cause murder is frightfully
on tlu ; increase. A retuin to the prompt
and effective methods of the fathers
would doubtless diminish the number
of criminals. If Xew Orleans can hang
and .imprison leading and powerful citi
zens there is no reason why this honid
i-rime may not be punished and checked
in all section1- tho country. There is
sore need tliat it should be.
S. Jl. Junes of Aslili'j. III. , buys ( '
lain's Tain I'ann bthe half do/en bottle .
Jle says its a .sure cure for neuraliria. JtN
also used forilieuinatKin and lias cured inanj
cases that had rented all other treatment.
Sold by M. A. Spalding and Willey te Walker.
DEALERS IN GENERAL
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IRON AF-JD WOOD PUMPS , ETC. ,
McCOOK AND BENKELMAN , NEBRASKA.
THE MEW ADV. OF
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McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
OP McGOOK. NEJBRASKA.
PAID UP CAPITAL , - - $50,000.00.
DOES - : - A - : - GENKRAL
BANKING BUSINESS ,
Receives and Pays Deposites. Buys and Sells Exchange on New York.
Chicago and Omaha , and ai ! the principal cities of Europe.
FIRE INSURANCE WRITTEN IN RELIABLE CO.'S.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS :
OS02GS EOSSIJSLL , Btsddcit. j
( Of Frees & Hockncll. ) ( AssNtant Siipt. 15. * .M. iOf KIr'jj < arpcntfr Co. , Chlcaso. )
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