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R | : VOLUME V. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 10 , 1887. NUMBER 37. . " * " . 'i 1
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§ J. C. ALLEM & GO'S
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I Dry Goods * Boots , Shoes and Glothing
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m THE PRICE YOU PAY CREDIT STORES.
I Groceries BefeiSed ef WiioSesale Prices.
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\W.\ \ Artmclcles Coffee , 5 lbs. for/ SI 00
fc' - J. T. Tobacco , 1 lb. for 35c
f K - - Valencia Raisins , 12 lb. for ' . ; 1 00
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\K\ ' "High Grade" Flour , per sack ; •
\ | E : "Our Best" Baking Powder , 1 lb. "for. . . . . - . . ; 25c
HbP- ans 3-pound Tomatoes , for 100
5Bft * ; 12 Cans Siring Beans , for " . . ' . . : . . . 1 00
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! K" We are HEADQUARTERS for GROCERIES both in QUALITY
_ _ M- ' " AND PRICE. We have the Largest Trade , because we sell the
| fi | > Best Goods for the Least i\loney. \ You know this if you
[ Pf . have taken time to compare our prices.
fife COUNTRY MERCHANTS
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IPP Can buy from us as low as STJ0E or OMAHA JOOBERS sell them.
IflffrWe make special vfigures to dealers.
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F ; CALL AND EXAMINE OUR MAGNIFICENT STOCK ,
§ J. . ALLEI k CO. ,
f . CASH BARGAIN HOUSE.
l _ _ * Goods delivered free to all parts of the city , or depot. *
j | | : O. D. PALMER ,
! ' OEMIHALHAEBWAEE ,
feSTOVES Am TINWARE ,
. OpLPMcEntee , 1 MeCOOK NEB.
O. P. RINKER ,
MANUFACTURERS AGENT FOR
M M i Fail Implements ,
WAGONS , BUGGIES , ETC.
CFThe Largest and Best Selected Stock o Fanii Implements in the Republican
: Yalley carried by the Manufacturers of the different lines of goods. Prices always the
- Lowest and always Hegular. Gall and examine.
COE. MAIN" AND RAILROAD STS. , - - MeCOOK , NEBRASKA.
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UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
MeCOOK , NEBRASKA.
3. P. HAST , 2eeitcr. JACOB ST2I8HSIZ , EoseWer.
Office Hours : From 9 A. M. to 12 M.f and
1 to 4 P. M. mountain time
W. S. MOItr..VX. .1. 13. COCHltAN.
MORLAN & COCHRAN ,
ATTORNEYS - : - AT - : - LAW ,
Mccook , Nebraska :
A. VT. AGEE. JOHN WILEY.
AGEE & WlfcEY , '
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Will practice in the Sttite and United Stato
Courts , and before the U. S. Land Offices.
Careful attention given to Collections. OHico
Opp. Frees & Hocknell , Main St. , McCook.
trnos. COLFEU. J. A. COHDEAIi.
COLFER & CORDEAL ,
ATTORNEYS - : - AT - : - LAW ,
AND NOTARIES PUBLIC.
Heal Estate Bought and Sold and Collections
Made. Money loaned on real estate and final
. Thos. Colfer agent Lincoln Land Co.
Sroof. over First National Bank , McCook.
SNAVELY & STARR ,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW ,
INDIANOLA , NEBRASKA.
Will practice in all the State and United
States Courts. Also , before the Land Office at
McCook and the department at Washington.
HUGH W. - COLE , LAWYER ,
MeCOOK . - . .NEBRASKA.
Will practice in ull the Courts of Nebraska ,
Kansas and Colorado , and in the 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
ington. Commercial and corporation law a
specialty. Money to loan. Rooms 4 and 5 ,
First National Bank Building.
T. M. HELM. C. W. DAVIS ,
Late Segister U. S. Land Late of 60s. Lacd Office ,
02co , _ rrin , Has. wasfcisgtoa , S. C.
HELM & DAVIS ,
Attorneys , Land & Loan Agents.
If-you have a difficult contest case to prose
cute or defend and want to win consult us
Office , north of U. S. Land Office. Front base
ment of the Citizens Bank.
H. G. DIXON ,
Real Estate and Loan Broker ,
MeCOOK , NEBRASKA. .
Special attention given to the 6ale of city-
property. Houses rented and collections
made. Office opposite Commercial Hotel. '
HENRY W. KEYES ,
Real Estate and Loan Broker.
FARM LOANS A SPECIALTY.
Money to loan on Chattels for short time.
Fire Insurance placed in first-class companies.
OSes Eco _ 3 , Over Scott's Jeveli7 StorecCOOK , l'ED.
H. T. ANDERSON ,
Loan Broker and Accountant ,
Books opened , written up and adjusted. Of
fice at City Drug Store. 33-Gmos.
T. B. STUTZMAN , M. D. ,
Eclectic Physician and Surgeon ,
OCULIST AOT ) ATJEIST.
MeCOOK , _ . NEBRASKA
J2 ? Office in McNeely Building , Main St.
Dr. A. J. WILLEY ,
SURGEON B.M. . RAILROAD.
LOFFICE AT B. & M. PHARMACY , ]
MeCOOK , - - NEBRASKA.
B. B. DAVIS , M. D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
EB Office at Chenery ' & Anderson's drug store.
L. J. SPICKELMIER , . m7d
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Special Attention Given to Female Diseases.
Office hoursfrom 9 to 11 A. M. , and 2 to 4P.
M. . mountain time. Office , opposite Windsor
Hotel , east Dennison St. , McCook. Neb.
Dr. Z. L. KAY ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
MeCOOK. - - NEBRASKA.
ES Office : Room No. 1 , First National Bank
Building. Residence , on Marshall street.
A. J. THOMAS , ,
Administers Gas if desired. "Office over
Kendall's. • 5-27
W. GEO. SHEPPARD ,
WATCHMAKER f JEWELER ,
q McCook , Nebraska.
Pupil of T. J. Highland , London , England.
l"th j-ear at the bench.
THE COMMERCIAL ftOTEL ,
Geo. E. Johnston , Prop.
MeCOOK , : : NEBRASKA.
This house has been completely renovated
and refurnished throughout , and is first-class
in every respect. Rates reasonable. 4-3G
ROBERT DRYSDALE ,
MEECHATT TAILOU ,
MAES" STREET ,
MeCOOK , . . ' , NEBRASKA
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Reports from Wyoming and Mon
tana indicate that the loss in range cat-
-tie will bo , heavy. Severe weather and
heavy snows are doing their deadly
Things are not exactly right. A
careful political economist closely cal-
1 culates that women , in this country ,
might annually save $3,000,000 in rib
bons , which the men might spend for
cigars. And still women , some wo
men , crave s 'equal rights. "
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In view of the recent decision of the
Supreme Court of Washington Terri
tory , to the effect that their law of 1885
granting female suffrage is unconstitu
tional , we anticipate that there will be
a lively season of weeping , wailing and
gnashing of teeth among the long-hair
ed men and short-haired women of the
The inevitable result of the late hor
rible railroad accidents and holocausts ,
in the east , will be an imperative de
mand , by the traveling public , upon the
railroad companies of the land , for dif
ferent methods of heating passenger
coaches and greater protection against
fire in case of accidents.
A coterie of Cambridge business
men have incorporated a Loan and
Building Association , with a capital
stock of $100,000 , divided into shares
of $100 each , and payable in monthly
installments. The institution com
mences business , March , 1887 , and
continues 25 years. The incorporators
are : Messrs. W. H.Failing , E.R.Bee ,
J. R. Shaub , C. W. Knights , James
John , J. W. Pickle. C. M. Brown , F.
R. Warren and F. M. Rathburn.
The prohibition movement , like John
Brown's spirit , goes marching on. Way
down in the Lone Star state , a prohibi
tion , amendment has passed the lower
house of the legislature by a vote of 80
to 21 ; while the state senate of loyal
Tennessee lias just recently passed a
similar bill by a vote of 31 to 2. The
legislature of Nebraska has ample op
portunity , and the imperatimc duly as
well of immortalizing itself in the same
manner. Well she don 't ?
A new device for heating passenger
cars is being experimented with on the
Pennsylvania railroad , in which the
special object sought is lessening the
danger of fire in case of accident. The
greater portion of the apparatus is
placed underneath the floor in the cen-
ter of the car. It is so securely shut in
that it is difficult , if not impossible for
any of the burning coals to escape. It
is heated by bard coal , which generates
steam. Two steam pipes * extend along
each side of the car a branch extending
under each chair. The hot air is also
utilized , and passes through a register
in the floor of the car. In case of an
accident the burning coals , being on
the outside of the car , could be easily
removed or extinguished.
At a dinner party in Washington the
other day Henri Wattersonthe , fiery ed
itor of the Louisville Courier-Journal ,
was called upon to reply to the toast ,
"The Administration. " He
arose , an
nounced that he was a democrat born
and a democrat bred ; that be always
had and always would defend democrat
ic administration , right or wrong , and
thought it the duty of every true dem
ocrat to do the same. If one could not
say anything in favor of the president ,
out of respect to the party that elected
him , one should say nothing at all.
Then Mr. Watterson , in the most com
ical way , began a pantomine exhibition ;
showing some very graceful gestures
and keeping his lips 'in motion , but
without uttering a sound. After keep
ing this up for about five minutes ,
whilo the guests roared with laughter ,
Mr. 'Watterson concluded with the
word : "Such , gentlemen , is my opin
ion of the president of the United
Reggs' Cherry Cough Syrup
Will relieve that cough almost instantly
and make expectoration easy. Acts simul
taneously on the Dowels , kidneys and liver ,
thereby relieving the lungs of that soreness
and. pain and also .stopping that tickling
sensation in the throat by removing the
cause. One trial of it will convince any one
that it has no equal on earth for coughs and
colds.McMillen & Weeks have secured , the
sale , of it. and will guarantee every bottle to
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The First National Bank i
OF MCCOOK , NEBRASKA. : 1
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OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS : |
. KOCKNELL , PRESIDENT. . . FREES , .
GEO. B. M. VICE-PRESIDENT. K
F. L. BROWN , CASHIER A. CAMPBELL. R. O , PHILLIPS. P
THE CITIZENS BANK OF McGOOK ,
( INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAWS. ) " I
Paid up Capital , - - $50,000.00. !
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General Banking Business , !
Collections made on all accessible points. Drafts drawn directly on the principal
cities of Europe. Taxes paid for Non-Residents. Money to loan on fanning i
lands , village and personal property. Fire insurance a specialty. J
Tickets For Sale to and from Europe ,
CORRESPONDENTS : % V. FrakkijnPresident.
First National Bank , Lincoln , Nebraska. I John B. Clakk , Vice-President.
Vhe Chemical National Bank , New York. J a. C. Ebert , Caahler.
DEALERS 'M =
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Sash , Doors , Blinds , iLime , Cement ,
HAM ) AND SOFT COAL.
MAIN OFFICE at = =
MeCOOK , - NRBR SKA.
REAL ESTATE . =
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i ' ' BEEVES LANDS I
C Zi . \ - * A SPECIALTY. I
Office : Room 2 , Hocknell Brick , MeCOOK , NEB. I
JOira" WILEY , Att'y-at-Iaw. G. "W. BEDE , Notary Public. I
WILEY & BEDE , J
LAMD ATTORNEYS , I
EEAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENTS. I
"We are procuring LOANS on good farms readily at 9 per cent. Alsojg3 I
° have special bargains in deeded lands and tree claims.crg3 I
MAIN AVE. , - - MCOOK , NEB. I
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School Books end School Supplies . I
TRIBUNR OF KICE. I
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