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I DRUG STORE !
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'S M. A. SPALDING , PROPRIETOR ,
' z (0z < Pianos and Organs , j I
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JA. . TAYLOR , Druggist , i'
DEALERS IN !
Sash , Doors , Blinds , Lime , Cement ,
HAKD AND SOFT COAL.
Bertrand , Elwood,0xford , Edison , Arapahoe , Cambridge , Indianola , McCookCulbert-
son , Siratton , Trenton and Benkelman in Neb. Yuma and Akron in Colo.
( Successors to E. D. Webster. )
Horses branded on left hip or left shoulder.
- P. O. address , Estelle ,
Hayes county , and Bcat-
i rice , Neb. Range. Stink-
Sing Water and Prench-
Fman creeks , Chase Co. ,
Brand as cut on side of
I some animals , on hip and
sides of some , or any
where on the animal.
JOHN F. BLACK.
Breeder of IMPROVED SHEEP
Delane , Meri
no and South
at Red Willow
SPRING CREEK CATTLE CO.
J. D. WEKBORN , Vice President and Supt.
P. O. address , Indiano
la , Nebraska.
Range : Republican
Valley , east of Dry
Creek , and near head of
Spring Creek , in Chase
county , Nebraska.
EATON BROS. & CO.
P. O. address , McCook ,
Nebraska. Range , south
, of McCook.
J Cattle branded on left
'hip. ' Also , JO , 5'y and
i 11 brands on lefthip.
! Horses branded the
same on left shoulder.
-STOKES & TROTH.
P. O. address , Carrico ,
Hayes county. Neb.
Range : Red Willow
creek , above Carrico.
Stock branded as abo vi
Also run the following
brands : s , J-P , U , X
Horse brand , lazy 0) . L
* cop * High Rents and ttie Cost cf Heating a foam tg utbig
OP N FulI Bed 6ft 2 in. long.
SINGLE BED ,
CHILD'S BED ,
Guaranteed the Best
ing Bed made.
Write for Catalogue.
CLOSED With all Bedding Inside ,
jlsJcyourFumitcre Dealer tor It.
FOREST CITY FURNITURE CO. j
WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS. j
CITY - BAKERY.
A , PROBST & BBO
WE KEEP ON HAND
BREAD , PIES & CAKES.
Cakes Made on Order ,
Jn connection where you can get coifec.sdan-
wiches , pies , etc. , at all hours.
HESS & GOODENBERGER ,
McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
t Matcrial furnished if desired.
THE RED WILLOW MILL
Is now in operation and will do
General Custom Work ,
The Mill is complete and we
Guarantee Good Work ,
J. W. PICKLE & CO.
A THOROUGH BRED
Holstein-Friesian Bull ,
PATE & HINMAN.
Those wishing to avail themselves of his
sen-ices call at
i Send 10 cents postage , and we
A ! will mail youTREE a royal.val-
GIFT uable , sample bor of goods
I that will put you in tho way of
making more money at once , than anything
else in America. Both sexes of all ages can
live at home and work in spare time , or all the
time. Capital notrequired. We will start you.
Immense pay sure for those who start at once.
4-25-lyr. STINSON & Co. , Portland , Maine.
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Bketeu of a Novel Party.
fWaverly IN. J.1 Cor. New York Express. !
Dickens parties , are tho latest craza
among the young ladies of this place.
One was given , not long ago for tho
benefit of a church hero , and proved no.t
only a financial and social success , bat
also showed in a striking manner how
en Toy able an affair of the kind can bo
made with proper study and care. The
largest hall of the city was hired for the
occasion. Around the big room booths
were constructed , each one represent
ing a work of th'e author. Ho two wore
at all alike in their decorations or ar
rangement , but each was , furnished to
give a prominent picture'of the book
represented us nearly aspossible. . Tho
characters were mostly taken by tho
young people. They were dressed iu
appropriate costumes to suit tho leading
characters of the book taken.
Interest in the entertainment was
largely augmented by the fact that each
person had carefully studied his or her
part that the character was acted out in
close imitation of Dickens' most striking
and best known creations. First in
order of tho several booths was one rep
resenting the novel of "David Copper-
field. " At first glancp there was recog
nized within ' it David , Dora , Agnes ,
Uriah 'Heep , Mrs. Heep , Betsy Trot-
wood , Barkis , and Peggoty. David and
Dora could be seen sitting close together ,
apparently engaged iu their love-talk or
discussing tho difficulties of household
management In Dora's arms was her
favorite little black-and tan over jyhich
she could not ma o enough fuss , ' 'ff'ed-
ing it candy most of this time. All those
characters wero especially well taken ,
tho costumes having evidently been
selected at much pains. Uriah Heep's
"make-up" was pronounced perfect.
Little Emily was the only person nota
bly missing from the famous group. It
was said that the young lady taking tho
part was indispose'd.
Calclmx , a New Stimulant.
( Philadelphia Patriot ]
"Do you see that pale , emaciated
young man leaning in a half-dazed con
dition against tho lamp-post over there : "
said a prominent physician to a re
porter , in reply to the query , "Anything
now ? "
"Why , yes ; ho seems to be recovering
from a prolonged spreo. Is ho much
addicted to it ? "
" .Nothing of the kind. I doubt if ho
ever touched a drop in his life. He is
a calchax-root eater. "
"A what ? "
"Why , an eater * of the root of the cal-
chax , a smallshrub that grows on the
table-lands of Mexico , and is found no-
whero else. It is a species of opium ,
almost unknown , at least to thp medi
cal profession , until a short time ago.
It is a deadly poison , and prolonged in
dulgence is certain extermination. The
effects are something like that of an
opiate , except that it is by far more
powerful , half a grain being sufficient
to cast one into a sleep that bears the
closest resemblance to death. A pallor
spreads over the features , and the heart
beats almost imperceptibly. The limbs
grow stiff and cold , and the whole body
assumes the appearance of a corpse. It
beats cigarette smoking , don't you
think ? "
London's Great Thoroughfares.
[ Scottish American Journal. !
In London there are two "Houses , "
two "Hows , " two "Lanes" and two
"Streets. " In the west end "the House"
means the House of commons ; in the
city "the House" means tho stock ex
change. In tho west end "the Row"
means the ride in Hyde park ; in the
city it means Paternoster , tho head
quarters of the book publishing trade o
the world. In the west end "the Lane'1
means Park lane , the headvuarters of
npper tendom ; in the city "the Lane"
means the lane Mincing , the headquar
ters of the produce trade of the world.
In the west end "tho street" means ox
ford street , a great shopping thorough
fare many miles in length ; in the city
"the Street" means Throgmorton street ,
a very darrow , very short thoroughfare ,
where outside speculators love to con
gregate. London's weak points is
"hills. " There is nothing loftier within
hundreds of miles than the hills of
Highgate , Hampstead , Corn , Snow , ,
Richinon , Holburn and Ludgate , all of
which are over-topped many times over
by Dumbarton castle , not to mention
tho Bens of Lomond aud Nevis.
The Workin 501:1:1 iu Chill.
[ Sintiago Cor. Kvnsis City Journal. ]
The manufacturing interests of Chili
labor under the weight of titful work.
A gentleman long resident here says
that it is a very signiiicant factor in all
projects , rendering business uncertain
and expensive. A laborer thinks noth
ing of quitting work without a mo
ment's notice and the slighest change
of machinery , , or mode of work , thougn
a benefit to the workman as well as em
ployer , is followed by cessation of work
on the part of the former.
I have already mentioned tho insta
bility of workmen addicted to drink. A
little money on Saturday gives the man
enough to be intoxicated for days and
often the factory will be without its
full quota of help for three days , and
then the operatives return slowly. And
yet tho people seem industrious and tho
credit of the republic is first rate.
The Itaca Hat
The aboriginal inhabitants of New
foundland were red Indians , or Bi o-
thies. They wero originally doubtless
from Canada , coming th straits of
Belle Isle. They are supposed to have
belonged to the Algonquin branch.
There is now in the museum at St.
Johns a human skull , the last token of
a once powerful but now extinct tribe.
It is said that Cabot on his second voy
age brought away three ofajthe aborig
ines , and they were kept by the king in
the palaco of Westminster.
She Was Not .Frightened.
[ Detroit Fre i Vres. I
A little 4-year-old cirl " was put to bed
in the third story "of her home , and
left , as usual , in the dark. A terrific
thunder storm came up , and her
mother , thinking the child would be
frightened at the lightning , went to her.
On entering the child called out with
delight : "Mamma ! the wind blew the
sun up just now ; did you see it ? " Fear
had no entrance there.
C m l "n.iritrv.
"When a man dieu in Andaman ,
Society islands , they paint him red ,
white and blue , so great is their respect
for tho American ( lag.
HAD I THAT POWER.
[ Will Meredith Nicholson. ]
Wore I endowed , as ili las wa ? of olJ ,
With wondrotw wealth-creating pow r ,
As caused all things beneath his magic
To be transformed into the rarest gold.
Until ho trent to where Pactolas rolled , ,
And , bathing , lost tho power which gave
Of yellow metal to bis miser clutch ,
According to the ancient story told ,
i My prayers would ask tha altering of my
i That I raiqht cauo all words to Ix
, gommed so
With thouhtfulnoss that never one would
Beyond the gateway of the lips to throw
i A shadow. , Lut each should have power tc
And truth should gleam with precious ,
A SET-TO AT WEST POINT.
1 'MJonh-and-TumMo" Fight Between Twi
| I'ugilistlc Cadet * Klii itnd Keferne.
[ United Scvico. . ]
j Promptly tho principals would throvj
off uniform coats and and caps , unsling
suspenders , if they wore them fevv
cadets ever did and then tho seconds
would see to it that rings wero removed
from the fingers. Tho referee would
caution the crowd against tho faintest
cheer or noiso , and order them to keep
well back if "rough and tumble ' was
decided on , or to form a ring if it were
"staud-up. ' The formi-r was most in
favor , as being quicker , sooner over
among evenly matched men , and less
liable to interruption , so "rough-and-
tumble" it generally was , uuless a pair
of scientific boxers were pitted in the
Kicking , gouging , biting or striking
below the belt were njver permitted an
instant. The fight was lost to him
whoso temper might betray him into
such a thing , and no cadet was bound
to give him satisfaction in the future.
These things were well understood. In
three minutes from their arrival in the
fort the seconds had their men in readi
ness ; tho referee quietly nodded "go
ahead , " and the men wero brought face
to face , and , with no other formality ,
lot tiy at each other's headpiece For
two minutes , perhaps , they would mako
the air lively with resounding thuds ,
the blows would be thick and fast , and
the combatants would dance around at
a lively rate.
Then would come tho clinch , tho
straining wrestle , aud then the heavy
fall to earth , with the seconds bonding
over and watching every move ; and tlio
excited crowd muttering not shouting
cheer or counsel , the struggle would
last until the exhaustion of one party
proved him defeated. Then his seconi : ,
not he , could call enough. A blow one
instant after that wns"foul ; a word of
menace or abuse during tho fight was
punishable by the referee , and no man
dare interfere so long as fair play was
observed. I never saw more honest ,
fair fighting than at n'esc Point , and of
the hundred or more that took place
during my four years of cadet life I can
recall only two that wero not pluckily
and sturdily fought out to the bitter
end. Then , and usually not until then ;
time and again havj I heard the o icnd-
ing party , whether victor or van
quished , express his regret to the chal
lenger for tho word or deed that had
caused the trouble.
Tho IJoauty o 1'ocr * .
[ London IllrstrnU : I Nos
Many gifts have been bestowed upon
our poots , among others physical beauty.
No doubt there are some who
have been ill-favored. lierrick , if
his portrait speaks truly , was an ugly
man : so was Jonson ; so , as we all know ,
was Oliver Goldsmith , and 1 ope , though
ho had .splendid eyes , was deformed.
But Chaucer , Spencer and Shakespeare
were handsome men. Milton , as a
young man was extremely beautiful ,
and called the lady of his college , while
iu later life the want of sight left.his
handsome face uninjured. Dryden , too ,
had fine features , and was a notable
man in appearance Burns had eyes
which literally glowed , and Scott , who
had seen all the great men of his time ,
said he had never seen such another eye
in a human head.
Scott s own face was homely and
lovable , but his eye , too , Hashed with
poetic fire at the notes of border song ;
and Southey had "the most spirited coun
tenance that ever human form was
graced with. " Wordsworth's face did
not , perhaps , indicate tho fire and soul
within ; but Byron was splendidly Hand
some , Shelley was beautiful , so was
Keats , who had "an expression as if ho
had been looking on some glorious
sight. " Of living poets it is scarcely
fitting to speak , but as long as we still
have with us the laureate , Mr. Brown
ing , and bir Henry Taylor , there is am-
Ele evidence that the royal line of 5 ng-
sh poets has not physically degener
Soldier. * ' Sleeping ; Places.
IBoston Bulletin "Eeco'Iectio i * . " "
Speaking of queer sleeping places
when we wero quartered in Little Wash
ington one company was quartered in a
brick warehouse , and the whola upper
part was divided into immensely big
bins containing corn all shelled. We
found it quite a soft bed , only when
once laid down in any position you made
quite a mold of your body in the yield
ing mass of corn , and frequently on
waking up in the morning I would find
myself at an angle of forty-five degrees ,
my head down , nearly buried in tho
corn , and my left or ri ht arm buried to
tho shoulder. It was hot so comforta
ble after all.
I have tried a bed , of mud , with my
head against the trunk of a tree and thu
water trickling down my neck lit rained
at that time ) and. two or three inches
of water around me .1 never recollect
getting cold or suffering any serious
discomfort resulting from exposure to
dampness , or rain , or mud beds , or any
thing of that kind. A fellow can get
used to almost anything. If our clothes
were wet , build a fire , if we could ; if
not , stir about and dry them that way.
I.oiig L > i tvnco Telephoning.
There is no practical limit to long
distance telephoning. If it wasn't for
induction , you could run a wire across
the continent and talk through it. An
invention that would do away with in
duction would be worth a good deal.
The Bell Telephone company ha a
standing offer of § 1,000,000 for a per
fect device of "the same.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
0. L. LAWS , Begirtsr. C. P. BABCOC2 , Sseolvcr.
OFFICE HOURS : From 9 A. M. to 12 M. , and
1 to 4 F. M. . mountain time.
COCHKAN & HELM ,
Attorneys-at-Law ® Gen'l Agents ,
McCOOK , : NEBRASKA.
Prompt and careful attention clven to Law Cases In
all tlic Courts of the State and all classes of IT. S.
Land Business transacted before the local office at
McCook. Nebraska , and the Interior Department at
Washington , I ) . C. Contests a specialty. Will pros
ecute claims for Pensions and claims for Increase ol
Pensions. Notarial business done find lands bought
and sold on reasonable terms. J2T"0lice. 3d door
south of the U. S. Land Office. 3.29
THOS. GOLFER. J. A. COKDKAL.
GOLFER & COKDEAL ,
ATTORNEYS : AT : LAW ,
AND NOTARIES PUBLIC.
! Real Estate Bought and Sold and Collections
' Made. Thos. Colfor agent Lincoln Land Co.
, OHice , Opp. Chicago Lumber Yard , McCook.
SNAVELY & STA11R ,
ATTORNEYS : ATLAW : ,
INDIANOLA , NEBRASKA.
"Will practice in alUthe State and United
States Courts. Also , betore the Land Olllce at
McCook and the department at Washington.
HUGH W. COLE. LEON P. MOSS.
COLE & MOSS , LAWYERS ,
Yill practice in all the Courts of Nebraska ,
Kansas and Colorado , and iu tho Federal
Courts of the Eighth Circuit. Careful atten
tion given to contests and land business before
theU. S. Land Offices at McCook. Oberlin and
Denver , and the Interior Department at Wash-
I ington. Commercial and corporation law a
I specialty. Money to loan. Rooms 4 and 5 ,
j First National Bank Building.
H. F. WILLIAMS. L. L. HULDURD. J. N. LUCAS.
WILLIAMS , HULBURD & LUCAS ,
McCOOK , - NEBRASKA.
A.V. . AGEn. JOHN WILEY.
AGEE & WILEY ,
Attorneys at Law , Land , Loan
AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Will practice in the State and United State
Courts , and betore tho U. S. Land Offices.
Careful attention given to Collections. Ollico
over Green's Drug Store , Main St. , McCook.
H. T. ANDERSON ,
Loan Broker and Accountant ,
Books opened , written up and adjusted Of
fice over First National Bank. 32-Uraos.
J. D. TURNER ,
LAND AND LOAN BROKER
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
SST'Special attention given to collections.
Insurance In reliable companies.
MONEY TO LOAN
( h 2eoicd La = i sd rissl Seecipts. McIOOS , USB.
GEO. Vf. BEDE. It. JI. TAYLOR.
G. W. EEDE & CO.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS ,
U. S. LAND ATTORNEYS.
Z3 Claim relinquishments for sale. Contest
cases attended and a general land business
transacted. Office , one block north of Post
Office , McCook , Neb. 43-Cm
H. G. DIXON ,
Real Estate and Loan Broker ,
McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
Special attention given to the sale of city
property. Houses rented and collections
made. Office opposite Commercial Hotel.
J. E. CASTBERG ,
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RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEB.
S3 ? " Office in court house , Indianola , Neb.
G. W. MINKLER ,
DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR.
Leave orders at his house northwest of
School House , McCook. All kinds of SURVEY
ING , GRADING and CIVIL ENGINEERING. Will
work anywhere , especially iu west half of Red
DR. Z. L. KAY ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
McCOOK. - - NEBRASKA.
: Room No. 1 , McCook Banking
Company's Building. Residence , 1st door east
of Receiver Babcoek's residence.
DR. A. J. WILLBr ,
SURGEON B. & M. RAILROAD.
[ OFFICE AT B. & M. PHARMACY , ]
McCOOK , - - NEBRASKA.
- T. B. STUTZMAN , M. D. ,
Eclectic Physician and Surgeon ,
OCULIST AND AUEIST.
"Office in Pate's Brick , Main St.
B. B. DAVIS , M. D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
ffice at Chenery & Stiles drug store.
WILLIAM McINTYRE , '
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ,
CULBERTSON. NEBRASKA ,
All work warranted. All material furnished
if desired. Wort done on short notice.
JOHN F. COLLINS ,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ,
McCOOK. - - NEBRASKA.
Jobbing trill receive prompt attention at mj-shop
on Dennbon St. , opposite McCook House. Plans and
gpeclacatton * furnished If desired.
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THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL ,
GEO. E. JOHNSTON , PIIOP. x
McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
This house has been completely renovated ,
and refurnished throughout , and Is first-class
I in every respect. Rates reasonable43G
EGBERT DKYSDALE ,
MERCHANT TAILOR ,
MAES" STREET ,
SANDERSON & BEAN ,
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SCENIC PAINTERS ,
Calsouiining' , Qraininpr , Paper Hanging , etc.
with neatness and dispatch.
SPOTTS & STIMSON ,
BARBERS & HAIR CUTTERS. fc ]
Opposite Chlcaso Lumber Yard ,
I.IAIN STREET , - McCOOK. NEBRASKA.
CONGREGATIONAL Preaching services
every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock , and oven-
ingat7TO o'clock. Sunday School ntIt ) o'clock ,
A. .M. , all mountain time.
JOEL S. KELSEV , Pastor.
METHODIST. Services every Sunday at 10 :
30 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. , mountain time. Sun
day School at 3 P. M. All are cordially invited.
Seats free. W. S. WHEKLER , Pastor.
EPISCOPAL. Services iuthoOperallall the
first and third Sundays , morningand evening ,
of each month. J. A. FULFORTH , Hector.
CATHOLIC. Services will be held in tho
church once every four weeks.
THOMAS CCIIEN , Pastor.
A. O. F. W. McCook Lodge No. 01 , will meet
the first and third Mondays of each month in
the Masonic Hall. Visiting brethren cordially
invited. DR. U. B. DAVIS , 31. W.
W. H. DAVIS , Hecordcr.
McCOOK LODGE A. F. ic A. M.
Kegular meetings , Tuesday night on
or before full moon of every month.
S. L. GUEEN , W. M.
F. L. MCCRACKEN , Secretary.
McCOOK CHAPTER , U. D. Meets on the-
ilrstand third Thursdays of each mouth , at
Masonic Hall. ' Visiting companions cordially
invited. W. W. FISHER. H. P.
T. O. UEES , Secretary.
CONSTANTINO COMMANDEKiT , U. D.
Meets every second and fourth Thursday
nights in each month. Visiting- Knights
courteously invited. E. E. LOWMAN E. C.
S. CoiiuEAij , Recorder.
WILLOW GKOVE LODGE K. or P. , No.
/j/S > a42. Meets every Wednesday evening-
f/S / Hat Masonic Hall.
25 JVT. . CAMPBELL , C. C.
We. H. BOYLE , 1C. U. S.
I. O. O. P. McCook Lodge No. 337,1.0.0. P. ,
meets every Friday evening , at 7 o'clock , in
Masonic Hall. All visiting brothers are invit
ed to meet witn us. H. H. UEltUV , N. G.
II. TROVTIUUDGE , Permanent Secretary.
HOCKXELL HOSE COMPANY. Keg
ular meetings on thellrst Wednesday
'evening ' of each month.
11. B. ARCHIBALD , Chief.
B. OP L. E. Brotherhood of LocomotiveEn-
ginecrs. Meet first and fourth Saturdays of
each month. S. E. HOCSE , Chief.
J. C. AXJOERSOX. F. A. E.
J. K. BARXES POST G. A. R. Regular meet
ings second and fourth Monday evenings of
each month at Masonic Hall.
J. A. WILCOX , Commander.
J. H. YARGER , Adjutant.
B. & M. TIME TABLE.
EAST LEAVES : EAST LEAVES :
No. 2 6:40 , A. M. ] No. 40. . r..5:25 , P.M.
WEST LEAVES : WEST LEAVES :
No. 39 12:50 , P. M. I No.l 8:55 , P. M.
J5 ? Eastbound trains run on Central Time ,
and westbound tvains on Mountain.Time.
Freight trains do not carry passengers.
K. R. WOODS , Agent.
LAND OFFICE BLANKS.
In ordering , give o.Tice number and title of
blank , with quantity of each blank wanted.
Put only one blank on a line to avoid mistakes.
Money must invariably accompany the order.
THE TRIBUNE , ttcCook , Neb.
4-OG ! )
H31 Warranty Deed ( half-sheet ) F
805 Special Warranty Deed F
800 Bond for Deed F
800 Quit Claim Deed F
S12 Mortgage Deed ( short form ) F
815 Mortgage Deed ( with Interest and In
surance Clause D
SIS Release of Jlortjwe ( short form ) U
S20 Assignment of Mortgage ( short form ) . B
b2l Lease f. F
J > rJ Mechanic's Len ! F
P01 Chattel Mortgage ( long form ) F
9ftJ Chattel Mortgage F
! > Chattel Mortgage ( short form ) F
J04 Chattel Mortgage F
F05 Bill of Sale F
D07 Articles of Agreement F
914 Soldier's Discharge ( two colors ) E
915 Power of Attorney. General D
920 Agreement for Building D
Township Plats , (3 ( sizes )
701 Protest and Original B
Notary Public Fee Card
27 Certificates of Election (3 ( colors ) D
7 Petition for License to Sell Liquor C
! J Official Bond ; . . . c
9 Liquor License F
104 Summons ( original ) B
103 Suhntena ( original ) c
150 Declaration of Intention . . . G
151 . Final Papers ( one color ) E
123 Marriage Certificate ( three colors ) F
Contract for Sale of Real Estate F
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