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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1886)
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T LD RELIABLE GENERAL STO
W : H. HAYDEN & COMP NY !
Eaton Mills , Eaton , Colo. , Flour , the finest in the land. F. S. Johnson & Co. , Milford
Mills Flour , the best made in the state. * Mourilyan , Heimann & Co. , Yokohama , Japan ,
the finest Japan Teas ever sold in the country , and Butterick Publishing Co.'s Paterns.
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OUR S10C COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT !
WOULD CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF
Suits in Light and Dark Plaids , Cassimeres , Worsteds , Cork Screws ,
Etc. , in the various shades. A full line of Pants in light-weight stripes , from $3 to $8.
In Ladies' Summer Goods , Lawns , Buntings , Crinkled Seer Suckers , Nun's Veiling ,
Laces and Embroideries , we have the best in the Valley. An Elegant Lot of Silk Vel
vets and Brocade and Plain Velveteens in shades. A Full Assortment of Fashionable
Buttons. Our Stock of Ladies' and Misses' Shoes in French and Curso Kids was never
so complete as at the present time and prices never so reasonable. In dried fruits ,
canned fruits , vegetables and staple groceries , we capture the bakery.
COME IN AND LOOK US OVER. CO.
RUG STOR - / :
MeCOOK , NEBRASKA. 5 rn
WO . A. SPALDING , PROPRIETOR ,
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Z Pianos and Organs , 5 5 Z D
± 5 SEWING MACHINES.
J. A. TAYLOR , Druggist.
ill iilf Co.
: = - - DEALERS IN
LU ER !
Sash , Doors , Blinds , Lime , Cement ,
HARD AND SOFT COAL.
Bertrand , Elwood,0xford , Edison , ArapahoeCambridge , Indianola. McCook.Culbert-
son. Stratton. Trenton and Benkelman in Neb. Yuma and Akron in Colo.
McCOOK FEED MILL
C. A. NETTLETON , Prop.
All Kinds of Feed Ground.
CORN SHELLED AND GROUND , BOLTED , ETC.
2 BLOCKS EAST OF RUSSELL'S BARN ,
McCOOK - NEBRASKA.
THERE seems to be little doubt about
Senator Edmunds' re-election. There
ought to be none. Mr. Edmunds com
bines ability with integrity and long leg
islative experience in the senate. A
basswood statesman from Arermont
would find it very difficult to rattle
around in the shoes of the senior sena
tor from the Green Mountain state.
Tin : board of school lands and funds
of this state has decided that after a
single individual has leased educationa
lands from the state amounting in the
aggregate'to G40 acres , he has exhaust
ed his privileges and thenceforth the
state will issue no more leases to him ,
whether he has disposed of his old leases
by assignment or otherwise. The boart
held that this was the intent of the leg
islature , and that it would not stop the
injurious speculation in school lands to
hold that the law meant that no man
should hold at one time more than the
limit prescribed by law. Ton can get
one section once and no more than once ,
as a lessee under the decision of the
will be hot this week in old
England. The debate on the second
reading of the home rule bill has opened ,
and there will be over a hundred speech
es uiadc before its close. The prospects
"or the passage of the bill to a third
reading are not very brilliant , but the
eaders on both sides feel that it is a
close contest , and every method of vote
getting will be essayed. In view of the
closeness of the fight , Gladstone's friends
lave concluded that the best thing to do
n case of defeat is to ask of the queen
a dissolution of parliament and an ap
ical to the country , and they confident-
y predict a majority for him at the out
come of the next race.
THE Army and Navy Gazette com
menting on Van Wyck's attack on Gen.
Logan's army bill , bethinks itself of
, he old man's regard and adds : "Our
irst recollection of the senator from
Nebraska , Van Wyck , is of his being
under arrest by order of Gen. McClellau
or violating orders against the appro
bation of rebel property. He was then
a member of Congress from Ulster coun
ty , N. Y. , Colonel of the 5Gth New
York volunteers , and the same dangerous
demagogue that he now is , and always
will be. He has much to say about bloat
ed corporations , railroads among others ,
yet we venture to afSrm that if his pock
et book was examined that it would be
found to contain more railroad passes
than that of any other senator.
HERR MOST , the roaring lion of an
archy , after being released on bail fur
nished by his ardent admirers , failed to
make his Saturday night meeting in
New York a success. As his promised
sensation savored more of stale beer
than blood , he had better fall back.on
his intrenched position under the bed.
BROAD\VAV , New York , is to have
an underground railroad. As the legis
lature has passed the bill and the gov
ernor signed it , boodle aldermen will
not be given the chance to twist § 10 ,
000 greenbacks around their fingers
when explaining why they were induced
to give a valuable franchise for nothing
to voracious capitalists.
THE finding of nine bodies surrep
titiously buried in a suburb of Chicago ,
suggests that more anarchists were kill
ed during the recent riot than have been
known and reported. The anarchists
carried off their dead and wounded ex-
peditiously and have striven to conceal
the number of their casualties for fear of
discouraging the followers of the red Hag.
THE B. & M. office at Juniata was
robbed , last Sunday night , the safe be
ing blown open , and $70 in money taken ,
besides many other articles of value
around the office. The company offers
a reward for the apprehension of the
robbers , suspicion falling on two or three
tramps who were lounging around the
depot during the day.
TURKEV'S reluctance to go to war with
Greece is evidence that the advisors of
the sultan understand the utter hope
lessness of their situation. If they
whipped the Greeks , as they certainly
would with their large and well drilled
army , they would then , have to grapple
with Russia , er with some alliance forc
ed into the conflict by the indignation
with which Europe would certainly be
filled by the spectacle of Greek Chris-
ians being crushed by the superior
number of their Moslem foes.
H. IKNSE , a blacksmith at Sigel , 111. , wrote
Mnich 2. that lie was very lame with rheu-
iiatism , he could hardly walk and the joints
of his limbs were badly swollen and very .sore ,
md so painful he could scarcely turn hi bed.
Jjs physician advised him to use Chamber-
sun's Pain Balm. The effect was beneficial
rom the first application , and he js now able
o attend to hi * regular work. This medicine
ISLS onlvto be tried to convince the iiH
ical that it i.the best treatment for rheuuia-
isui. Sold by if. A. Spalding and illey &
j SOCIETY DIRECTORY.
, CONUUEGATIOXAL. Sunday School at 10
A. M. eeiy week. Preaching .services every
Sunday ni-rht at 7:00 31. T. Also , eerv alter-
I iiate Sunday inorniiif , ' at 11. M. T. K.xceptinrit
1 to Hie above will be noticed iu locals.
I GKOHOKDU.NOA.V , Pastor.
I METHODIST. Services every Sunday at 10 :
! JO A. M. and T : : ) P. 31. . mountain time. Sun-
I day School at : & P. M. All are cordially invited.
1 Seats free. \V. S. WHKKLKK , Pastor.
EPISCOPAL. Service in the Opera Hall the
first and third Sundays , mornin and eniiiL' ,
of each month. J. A. FULFOKTII , Rector.
CATHOLIC. Services will be held in the
church once every four weeks.
THOMAS CUM.E.N , Pastor.
\V. ( ' . T. T. The W. C. T. U. will meet in the
Heading Room everyVcdncsdav iiiternooii at
2 o'clock. 31 T. The Hand of Hope will meet
in the Heading Itoom every Saturday atter-
noon at 2 o'clock , mountain time.
A. O. U. W. 3IcCook Lod e No.lil , will meet
the first and third 3Iondayt > of each month in
the MasonicHall. . Visiting bretlu en cordially
invited. ] ) it. H. It. DAVI.S , 31.V. .
W. H. DAVIS. Recorder.
31cCOOK LODGU A. F. & A. 31.
Regular meetHIKS , Tuesday night on
or belore full moon ofetery niontn.
S. L. CRHRX , W. 31.
' . L. McCiiACKKX , Secretary.
3ICCOOK CHAPTER , L" . D. 3Icets on the
first and third Thursdays of each month , at
3Iasonic Hall. Visiting companions cordiallv
invited. W. W. FISHKK , H. P. "
T. G. ilEKS , Secietary.
WIM.OW GUOVF. LOVC.R 1C. OK P. , No.
. Meets everj Wednesday evening
plat Masonic Hall.J.
J. W. CAMi'BKi.r , , C. C.
C. H. Hovr.K , K. K. S.
I. O. O. F. 3IcCook Lodge No. KiT , I. O. O. P. ,
meets everjFriday evening , at 7 o'clock , in
3Iasonic Hall. All visitingbrothers are invit
ed to meet witn us. H. H. HERKV , N. G.
K. TKOWimiDGE , Permanent Secretarj.
HoCKXEr.r. Host : COMI-AXV. Reg
ular meetings on thefirbt Wednesday
'evening ' of each month.
It. H. AHCIUISAM ) , Chief.
II. orL. K. Urotherhood of LocomotiveEn-
ginecrs. 3Ieet first and fourth Saturdays of
each month. S. E. HOOK , Chief.
J. C. AXDERSOX , F.A. , E.
J. K. BAK.VKS POST G. A. K Regular meet
ings second and lourth 3Ionday evenings , of
each month at 3Iasonic Hall.
J. A. Wirco.v , Commander.
J. H. YAKOEU , Adjutant.
B. & M. TIME TABLE.
EAST LEAVES : EAST LEAVES :
U:40A.3I. Xo.40j:2Ti , P. 31.
WEST LEAVES : WEST LEAVES :
N'o.Stl 1-:50.P.3I. No.l 8.Vi , P. 3t. I
> S Eastbound trains run on Central Time , i
and westbound trains on Mountain Time.
Freight trains do not carry passengers. .
K. K. WOODS , Agent.
J. E. CASTBERG ,
- : - ,
RED WILLOW COCMV , XEH.
ilice in court house , Indianola , Xcb.
JOHN F. COLLINS ,
: ONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ,
. - - .
Jobbing will receive prompt attention at my shop
in DennUon S ( . , opposite McCook lloiibc. Plans ant !
peclOcatlons furnished if desired.
i THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL , Ml
i GJO. : E. JOHNSTON , PKOP.
i McCOOK. : : NEBRASKA.
j This lion e has been completely renovated
i and refurnished throughout , and is flrst-class
j in every respect. Kates reasonable. 4-W5
S POTTS & STIMSOX ,
BARBERS & HAIR CUTTERS.
Opposite Chicago Lumber Yard ,
MAIN STKEET , - McCOOK. NEBRASKA. j
ROBERT DRYSDALE ,
MERCHANT TAILOR ,
MAIN STREET ,
SANDERSON & BEAX ,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS ,
McCooK , - NEBRASKA.
t3Al \ work guaranteed. Give us a call.
WILLIAM MdNTYKE ,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ,
CULBERTSON. NEBRASKA , '
All work warranted. All material furnished
if desired. Vr ork done on short notice.
a. W. MINKLER , f
DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR. <
Leave orders at his house northwest of I
School House , McCook. All kinds of SDKVEV- I
i.vfi.OitAuixo and CIVIL ExaiNEEitiNo. Will
anr r.c' especially in west half of Hed
CITY3AKERY. . f
A , PROBST & BRO , if i
WE KEEP ON HAND
BREAD , PIES & CAKES.
akes Made on Order.
n connection where you can get coffee.sand-
wiches , pies , etc. , at all hours. \J
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