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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1889)
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By F. M. KIMMELL.
Official City and County Paper
_ _ H * 7fy " " " gw'i i i . i i a i mi m
_ • The leadern of the democratic pnit )
H are already collecting theHough Ar-li-
H ler/'for the bulwark of their p'ntfnrm in
H 92 , They have discovered tliuiClevuiaml
_ R defeated the party by being limn st , in
H his endeavor to curry out the part }
H doctrine of free trade and gcnenil op
_ position to pensioning the Union Sold
_ ier. They have discovered that they
H can't honestly advocate the cardinal
H tenants of democracy mid win an clec
_ tion : Hence there will be an effrt to
H frume a ulutform susceptible.of two oi
more constructions und place thereon
_ _ as a candidate , who . can straddle t ie
H whole business. There will be im
H united democracy in ' 1)2 ) , ( Ji > tuibing tie _
_ menta are already disceruable. The. old
H bourbon of ' 'befo the wall" whofie bisrot
H ry jwd cast will nob allow him lo keep
H up with the band wazou , niur.t fall out
H * by. the wayside , aiui let the new South ,
H which is preparing to align itself , with
H the advance guard , of a new party pans
H To checkmate this unmistakable move
H incnt is the work , of the old party lead
H era. The platform must be a coat ol
H many colors. It must ; contain a free
H trade plank , a high protective plank , a
tariff reform plunk and u reform tariff
H plank , u prohibition plunk and a fiee
H whiskey plank ; to the victor belongeth
H the spoils plank , and u civil service
H plank. It must be gotten up with the
B view of catching all faction of deinoe-
H racy and disgruntled republicans and
yet will be positively sure of none , ex
H cept the mugwumps. The democrats
H lost power by going back on their
B pledges to the people. Let the repub-
B licans take warning and fortily tliein-
B selves by being true to the party and
B the people.
B "Senator MandersOn s telegram exI
B plains itself :
_ L Washington , D. C , Jan. 15.
Hon. A. H. Connor , Chairman Ilepub-
lican Caucus , Lincoln , Neb. Telegram
B announcing my unanimous nomination
_ L to United States senate received. I am
B profoundly gratified and appreciate be-
I yond expression the great compliment ,
B paid me by my fellow republicans. Ea
rn tend to all my heartfelt'thanks , which I
H hope shortly to give personally.
B Cha'iu.ks K Mandkrson.
B - The Chicago grand jury has just
B | made an excellent recommendation con-
B ; eerning the boodlers of that city. It in
that the names of the "boodle" com
missioners , contractors and squealers be
erased from all public institutions of the
county and that the word "boodler " ' be
cut into the marble in the same kind of
New Hampshire and Connecticut
. the in the union that
„ - - are only states re-
> quire a majority of the votes to elect a
; governor. The New Hampshire consti
tutional convention , now in sessionwill ,
probably decide to abandon the system.
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- - Walter C. Newbury , with the un-
derstanding that he would resign on or
about March. 6th , was confirmed the 15th
inst. by the U. S. Seuate to be pott-
master at Chicago.
The re-election of W. It. Furnas as
ft * secretary of the state board of agricul-
" " tural was a worthy recognition.
s\ Croap Is a terror to younjr ranther8especl.
j * Ujr duringthe winter months as It is then
i \ most prevalent. It can always be prevented ,
- P \ If property treated as soon as the first pymn-
J' \ toas appear. Hoarseness is theflrst symptom ;
" * J thteiaeoon followed by npeculinr.muphcotigh.
I If Cbamberlain's Cough Remedy is freely giv .
• en saloon as these symptoms appear , it wiii
J Invariably prevent the attack. There Is nc
S daDRer In ffivlng the remedy , as it ctintains no
3 Injurious sufcetaaco. Fursalo by all druggists.
/ Chattel Mortgage Sale.
JKJ Notice is hereby jriven that by virtuoora
chattel mortgaxe , duted JuueSOtb , 188S. eiecut-
ed bi' "W. W. Duubam to the Frees ti HockneJ
Lumber Company to Secure the payment o
I - ' one certain note dated Juue 30th. lSb8 , for the
/ sum of one hundred tbirty-seveu dollurs and
- - forty cents. ( $137.40) ) with in teres tut the nitcot
* " ten per cent , per annum from date , and upon
"which there * is now due , one hundred thirt > -
scvon dollars and forty centmind interest , and
default bavinc been made in the pavment
thereof , and uo proceedings at law buvinir
been instituted to recover said money , lwib
sell at public auction.
Two bay mare yearling colts ,
Two roan horse jearling colte.
Said Bale to take place in Trout of the First
National Bank in the city of McCook , Neb. , on
_ , - SaturdayFebruaryflth.JSSaat2o'clock.P.M.
The Fkkes & Hocknkle. Lcmbgk co.
KANSAS CITT STAR
| ' * THE LEADING DAILT OF T1IK WEST.
i ? " The Star is the acknowledged leading even
l in f paper published in the West.
S It contains In a concise form all the news of
' the world up to 5 o'clock P. M. of tin * day pub
r lished. giving itspatrons the frehhest nent ,
from tweh'c to twenty hours in advance ol
r It publishes the Kansas City Markets , and
i tbo full and complete Live Stock and Grab
\ Markets Including the closimr reports froiu
* " New York , Chicago. St. Louis and Kansas City
If _ TbeStarcontmlsand piibllnhea exclusiveh
| " tbe full day Associated Press Reports , and v
i * . large line of special telegrams.
j * * • The Star has the largest averaire dnily circn
j- 7 lation of any paper published between St
Louis and San Francisco.
ir " ; * ' The largo variety and good character of it-
! „ - * miscellaneous reading , its exhaustive tele
g- . graph news , its forcible and Independent m
I | < % , torances on leading questions makes It one of
Xjt tbo most popular and influential papers put-
§ P- llshod in tbo West.
- g * Ask yonr post-master , or write for a gumplc
| * - TERMS :
\ gOnemonth • „ . . % &s
I - Three months , - . * . • 1 ( K
1st * ; , . Oneyear , , 400
Ijij - GIVE THK BTAR A Till A L.
K % \ Soraral years ago Chamberlain & Co. , of Dcs
Mv-/ Mauset , Iowa , commenced the manufactun
M of fteeerk remedy , believing it to bo the mos >
wc • proapt and reliable preparation yet produo
m , ' ed tor oougfeg. colds , and croup , that the pub
Wt * Ho appreciate true merit , and in tima it wae .
% ; - " ecrtsiH to become popular ; Their most san-
rl < K9AM feopes tiavo been more than realized.
Mpl Gwrt&re * ktrndred thousand bottles of Chain-
-j t > efMfl'0 Cough Remedy are now sold each
t - ' r r. * tid ft is recognized as "the fetwt made. "
* , j- - wlnffPr i * if known. It will cure a severe
t % , ' enM in leas tine than any otbOT treatment. For
W FOR SALE.
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fl&L. ' A choice bunch of feeding barrows ,
W : . * ? rt * loi of small pigs.
&l- * J. F. BLACK ,
$ * - • t
HBMfigB * swaaM Mpr w Mr * BaM fi
This Is what you ought to have. In fact , yon
niuntlmve It , to ruby enj.iy lire. Tboitsaiid *
are ' searching lor It daily , and mourning , be
out i bo'they find It not. Thousands upon thou
sands i of dollars are spent annually by our
people i In tho hope that tliny may attain this
boon. 1 Audynt Ituuiy boh/idbyall. Wo guar
antce that. Electric Hitters. If used according
to directions and tho use persisted in , will
bring ' you good digestion and oust tbo demon
I'yspepsla and Install Instead Rupcpsy. We
recommend Electric Hitters for Dyspepsia and
all diseases of Liver , Stoiuttch and Kidneys.
Bold i at Wo. and $100 par bottle by A. ilcMlllen ,
Nkw Yiiiik i riY Is tiisikinu mi effort t < re
duce , the number of snloous so as ' to mn e
one Fal'inu for every 150 men , women , and
children. " It Is tbo Democratic method of
A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life.
II was Just an ordinary scrap of wrapplny
paper , but It saved her life. Sho was In th-
last j staves orconsiunption. told by ph > slclam <
that t she was Incurable and could live only a
short tl.ne : she welyheil Its * than seventy
pounds. 1 On a piece of wrapping paper she
read of Dr. King's New Dlncovery. and got a
sample bottle ; it helped her. sho bought a
largo bottlo. It helped her more , bought an *
other and trrew better fast , continued its use
and isiinwstrong.healiljv , rosy , plump , wertth-
Ing J 140 pounds. For fuller particulars send
Stamp to W. H. Cole , Drusrifist. Fort Smith
Trial bottles of this wonderful discovery free
at A. McMlllen's drug store.
Piinrvcmus HpritiK * il' \ * rs. tempted In
ethereal ' mildness are puitlmr forth their buds
and making ready to Mnpsoin In the parks of
llnltlnore. ' The public is shivering In antlci
pinion of the story ubnut the first robin am'
tho ambitious strawberry.
Persons troubled with ehroulo diarrhoea or
Sill jret to bowel ciiinplnliit in any form , should
try Chitmberhiiu's Colic. Clio'era mul Dlur
rhoea Itemed v. Many chronic eaFPsthat bad
resisted all other t rem men t have been cuied
by it. Fur sale by all druggists.
• M. C. MAXWELL.
Short Horn Catlie ,
Stock on hiinil at all times. Fain :
one mile south of .MuCouk , N * b.
It has permanently cured thousands
of < cases pronounced by doctors hope
less. j If you have premonitory 3ympj j
toms , such as Cough , Difficulty of '
Breathing j , < fec. , don't delay , but use .
' CURE CONSUMPTION '
PISO'S J for
immediately. i By Druggists. 25 cents. '
fTTiTTinnirTTTir- " nmr n 1.n il illnlln inlil -
% ifl - , 4 * . - , H-vt vfv , ;
f l a
smmmsasmmmasmsi i > ii mmstmm
CIrcot from tho Front.
Knoxville , Tenn. , July 2,1888.
The Swift Spec 'lc Co. , Atlanta , Ga. :
t'cn' .lemcn I can cheerfully and truth ,
fully say * hat S. S. b is the , greatest blood
Eunficr on earth. In 1884 I contracted
lood poison. Physicians treated me with
no good results. I took a half dozen drcr- ;
ent kind3 of blood medicines , but , without
receiving any permanent relief ! I was in
duced to try .S. S S. I began the first
bottle with the gravest doubts of success.
I had been so often deceived. But im
provement came , and I continued its use
until perfectly well. I have since married ,
and have a healthy family. No trace of the
disease is seen. Swifts Specific did all
tliii for mr , and I cm grateful. Yours
truly , J. S. Strader.
118 Dale Ave.
Kemp , Texas , June 2. , 1888.
The Sjvift Specific Co. , Atlanta , Ga. :
Gentlemen A sixteen-year-old son r *
mine was afflicted with bad blood , and broke
out with an eruption on various parts of Iii <
body. I put him to taking S. S. S. , and a
few bottles cured him entirely. I live at
Lone Oak , but my post-office is at Kemp.
Yours ttuly , W. S. Romnson.
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Three books mailed free on application.
All druggists cell S. S. S.
Thk Swift Specific Co. ,
Drawer 3 , Atlanta , Ga.
New York , 756 Broadway.
PREDMORE BROS. ,
Blacksmithing and Woodwork.
IIobse Shoeing a Specialty.
Repairs Wagon * and Buggies In a Work
Ml Work Warranted. McCook , Nibraski
8HOP South or Badger Lumber Yard.
Wm. M. ANDERSON ,
The Mutual Life Inuircc Co.
OP NKW YOHK.
ALSO A FULL l.nE np
FIXl : AM ) l.ICI T ING INS.
lludilli'St'iii ' s liiimlinr Yard , McCook.
ALLEN'S TRANSFER ,
Bus , Baggage v0 Dray Line.
F. P. ALLEN , Prop. ,
McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
Pfllest Equipped In tho Titr. I.oavp nrde i
at Commercial lintel. Good well water Ii
nisbed on short uotice.
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A. OPPENHEIMER ,
] ry Gocfts , Klotlimff , Crecerles , Etc. , *
Babcock Building" ,
Will Occupy * this Space Next Week.v
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hands result from two causes. Too much al'raii I.i .
CHAPPED draws the natural oil from the skin , leaving it Ibirs. .
dry , and liable to crack , or the fats , from which the soap is made
are not properly combined with the alkali , so , from its greasy mrun-
it is impossible to rinse off the soap after washing. Prof. L. eds
Ph. D. , Stevens Institution of Technology , says : "The Ivory Soap.
while strongly cleansing , leaves the skin soft and pleasant to the
touch , iiutead of harsh , uncomfurtabe , and liable to chap. "
A WORD OF WA RNING.
There are many white soaps , each represented to be "just as good as the cIvory' ; "
they ARE NOT , but like all counterfeits , lack tfn-pactriar and remarkable qualities of
the genuine. * Ask for "Ivor/ " Soap and insist upon getting it.
Copyright 1SSC , by Procter it Gamble.
FOfi SALE !
OUli STRING OF
Lumber Yards/ /
Located in Live Towns.
M If , Clean &B ilt
Cajllal ipirefl , $125,1. $
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If these Yards are not sold as a
whole before June 1st , they will
be offered separately. Address ,
GEO. HOOKNELL ,
McCook , Nebraska.
J. A. YanShoik ,
AG NT FOR THE
Singer Sewing Machines
ALSO KEEPS OX HAND A FULL LINE OF
Repairs and Supplies.
ffice. in McMillen's Drug Store , - • * McCook , Nebraska.
He MriM Li ifi W Ci .
OF McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
Wakes First Mortgage Loans on farm Property
OFFICE IN FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILOINO. * =
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A CAMPBELL. Phesiocmt. B. M. FREES , 1st Vice PriozHT.
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GEO. HOCKNELL StcRrT.nv. s. L. GREEN , 2o VC PlUWPMT.
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Will sell them. I
TIE FAMOUS CLOTHING QL |
JONAS ENGEL , Manager. ijl
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LA'DIKP , if you wish to make your husband or gen- *
| < tlcinnii iripiid a present , think of a nice pairoi alipiier. , I
r \ and get them at Gansehow ' a. iTJ I
GENTLEMEN , iF ynu want to make your wife or * -j- < . ' fl
LM lady friend a present. let mo whisper good tidings to A
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