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THIRTEENTH YEAR. McCOUK RED WILLOW BOUNTY , NEBRASKA. FRIDAY EVENING FEB. 15 1895. NUMBER 89 ,
In letting the contract. for the county
pnuting to an irresponsible sheet of in-
'considerable and gratuitous circulation ,
the county commissioners have at best
followed a mistaken idea of economy.
The price of the contract is below cost ,
below the dignity of coolie labor , and
the service the public may reasonably
expect will be miserable and worthless
-and useless , The people of Red Willow
. 'county are entitled to good service in
this important matter , and they should
pay a fair price for the same. It is not
the duty of the county commissioners to
let the printing to an incompetent sheet
simply because the irresponsible hired
lackey on the dodger of uncertain issue
quotes figures that would put to shame
the veriest pirate that every scuttled a
ship. The service rendered by this
semi-occasional guttersnipe , two years
sgo , invalidated the tax sales , and put
the county in jeopardy. And if by some
.misfortune it should survive long enough
to butcher the delinquent tax list , next
fall , another egregious and nullifying
blunder may be expected.
Such economy is not expected by the
people from the commissioners , but good
service is demanded. Good servise requires -
quires honest , faircompeusation. Neither -
er good service nor fair compensation
are secured under the present contract.
It is a case of mistaken economy and the
i county will be the loser.
HERE ARE A FEW PRICES.
JA I3.C. Best Crackers ( by' box ) lb. . . 6c
Hams , per lb. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IOC
Bacon , perlb . . . . . : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .I2jzc
York , per lb. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ioc
1 so lbs. Lard ( dinner pail free ) . . . . . $1.25
20 lbs. G. Sugar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.00
io lbs. Rice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.00
:5 lbs. N. 0. Sugary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.00
5 Cans Best California fruit. . . . . . . I.oo
Cocoanutseach. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5c
Great variety of canned vegetables at
lowest prices in the city.
We are giviug away the Cristy bread
' and cake knives , also toilet soap. Try
our -5 cent tea , positively the best in
town for the money.
Four sacks of White Bread flour for
For the Lenten season we have just
received a fine line of herring , whitefish ,
mackerel , salmon and trout.
Try us , we can please you.
MCCooi MERCANTILE Co.
The Valentine Dress Ball.
Although the attendance was not quite
so large as hoped at the Valentine dress
'ball given by McCook lodge No. I , Star
of Jupiter , in the A. 0. U. W. temple ,
Tuesday evening , it was the consensus
'of expression of the gay company that
.participated in the dance that it was one
of the jolliest of the winter.
The costumes exhibited much skill and
cleverness iii their conception and preparation -
aration , and the total effect was gay and
amusing. Miss Maude Doan's costume
was formed out of flour bags from the
McCook roller mills , and she was accorded -
corded the prize of two big round dol-
Zars of our fathers. The lodge may feel
; gratified over the success of their dance.
Mrs. A. F. Moore Dead.
Mrs. A. F- Moore , who has long been
: S sufferer with a complication of incurable -
ble affections , suddenly passed away at
late hour Tuesday night.
The remains were taken backto
Warren , .Ohio , Thursday morning , be-
} . ng accompanied to his old home by the
.husband of the deceased.
Thus closes a very sad' life of suffering ,
-Peace to her ashes.
Here's Your Pork.
C. T. Brewer has his packing house in
operation now and his meat market presents -
sents an unequalled opportunity
. purchase of pork tenderloins , spare ribs ,
.hogs' heads , lean backs , pigs' feet and
sausage at very low prices.
If the plumber isn't happy now , he
never will be.
A nice variety of ink and pencil tablets -
lets at this office ,
'Brewer has a large supply of pigs'
.let in market. Nothing finer.
i Snowflake hoar at 75 cents a sack.
in 500 pound lots , $1.40 per hundred , at
There is a bill before the legislature to
allow counties to erect and maintain
.county high schools. '
Ida McCarl and Grace Strasser arrive
from theit Hol-
Saturday night ,
.home , ,
drege visit of a few days.
$50.00 reward will be given for proof
r' what the McCook soaps will icjure any of
the finest fabrics that can be washed
with any soap.
i Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Woda's P.ir tf heet Medal .ea Dlypteaaa.
On Wednesday evening at the residence -
dence of the bride's parents , Mr. and
Mrs. M , V. Starbuck , corner Denver and
Madison streets , Rev. D. L. McBride
spoke the words uniting in the holy
bonds of matrimony Mr. George Edwin ,
Searles of Avery , Nebraska , and Miss
Luzena Starbuck of our city.
The ceremony was pronounced under
a rope of smilax and pink carnations , in
the presence of a goodly number of relatives -
tives and friends of the high contracting
parties , Mr , Garey Starbuck , brother
of the bride , of our city , and Miss
Belle Munson of Ainswortli , Nebraska -
braska , standing up with the couple.
The wedding march was played by a
detachment of the Nebraska Brigade
The bride wore an elegant cream satin
gown trimmed with brocaded satin and
pearl passementerie , and carried a rich
boquet of Marechal Neil roses and white
hyacinths. The bride's maid wore a
garment of cream nun's veiling and carried -
ried a pretty boquet of American Belle
roses. The groom and groom's man appeared -
peared in conventional black.
Following cougraulations , refreshments -
ments were served on daintily linened
tables , distributed in the several rooms
of the residence , and accommodating
four persons , the various courses of
meats , pastry , fruits , and ices following
in rapid and appreciated succession.
The gifts were numerous , rich and
The happy couple took the night
train for Deaver on a brief visit , expecting -
ing to return here on Saturday night
They twill then go on to Iowa for a visit
of some length , and will be at home
to their many friends , after April 1st , in
Avery , Nebraska ,
The groom is in the service of the
Missouri Pacific railroad at Avery , Nebraska -
braska , near Omaha , and is an examplary
young man. The bride is one of Mc-
Cook's prettyand popular daughters and
needs no introduction or word of praise
at our hand.
The second piano recital given by
Mrs. Ranney's class at the residence of
Mr. C. J. Ryan , Tuesday evening , was a
success , and was attended by a number
of friends and parents of the pupils.
The selections rendered by Miss Mable
Wilcox and Mr. Frey were greatly ap-
The G. A. R. And W. R. C. encampment -
ment was held in Hastings , fore part of
the week , and was attended by small
delegations from all over our county.
J. W. Dolan , and Willis Gossard and
wife of Indianola were among those
in ttendance from Red Willow county.
Godfred Lunkwitz , aged 6t years ,
died on a farm about eight miles southwest -
west of McCook , Wedneseay night.
Services will be conducted at the farm ,
Saturday , by Rev. Deletzke of our city ,
and interment will take place in Longview -
view cemetery the same afternoon.
Street Commissioner Bump is desirous
of taking advantage of these charming
days of tropical warmth , and has notified -
fied a number of citizens to appear on
the streets , February 15th and 16th , to
perform two days labor in payment of
of 1894 poll tax.
Mayor Kelley is fortunate above oth-
ers. He-not only has the earnest support -
port of many friends , but the other fellows -
lows are determined to do their fool-best
to see that his reelection is beyond a
peradventure. It is marvelous.
The board of directors of the Red Willow -
low county agricultural society will meet
in Indianola , on Saturday , March 2d , to
transact some important unfinished bus-
There are between 400 and 500 families
now receiving aid in our county. Where
will their seed and feed coitie from ?
FOUND.-A sure cure for coughs.-
'First-class pork tenderloins at
Brewer's meat market. Try them.
LOST.-A corn , after using 3 Day Corn
Cure , prepared by McConnell & Co.
Best Fancy Patent flour at $ [ .oo per
sack , $1.95 per hundred , at Kuipple's.
j ' Sausage of all kinds , fresh and
properly seasoned , at Brewer's market.
Buy Canyon City coal of the Barnett
, Luntber Lo. , and you will bet dice clean
Snowflake flour at 75 cents a sack.
In 500 pound lots , $1.40 per hundred , at
Good farm forrent north of McCook ;
90 acres under cultivation.
P. A. WELLS.
W. A. Austin , ex-station agent here ,
has secured a position at Portland , Oregon -
gen , on the Great Northern. He expects
to leave for that place about Aprill 1st.
Lincoln Signs "Snapper. "
Manager Enright receiyeil A. S. Ken-
nedy's contract from Cedar Bluffs , Ilan ,
" " is the
Yesterday. "Snapper" Kennedy
hard-hitting St. joseph short stop who
made such a favorable impression here
ou ono trip last year. He is live feet
and a half in height , twenty-five years
ofage and weights a hundred and fifty
pouuds IIecommenced playing professional -
fessional ball with the Beatrice state
league club in 1892. Since then he has
been with Phillipsburg in the 1'lontana
league , St. Joseph in the four club western -
ern league , New Orleans and Memphis
in the southern league and St. Joseph
in the western association. He played
forty-tlrree games in the southern league
and had a batting average of .353 He
stood sixth in the league in batting and
second in short-stop work. He was
signed by the Detroit team , this year ,
but Manager Strothers did not send him
his advance money and finally released
him to make room for a personal friend.
Kennedy will play in the outfield here.
The Lady Editors.
In addition to the splendid literary
success attained by the King's Daughters
in the edition of the Times-Democrat ,
last week , it must be gratifying to know
that the ladies knew how to "rustle"
and that the news from the counting
room is also most encouraging , about $75
being realized front the edition for charitable -
The editress , Mrs. A. J. Rittenhiouse ,
and her corps of able and energetic assistants -
sistants in both editorial and business
departments , are hereby congratulated
upon the success of the enterprise.
Publisher Barnes is also entitled to his
modicum of praise for his goodly share
in the mechanical excellence of the
The New Board.
At the annual meeting of the McCook
Cooperative Building and Savings Association -
ciation held on Monday evening Messrs.
J. F. Ganschow , J. E. Kelley , U.J. Warren -
ren , F. M. Kimmell , W. S. Perry , T. B.
Campbell , J. A. Wilcox were elected
members of the board . of directors ,
Messrs , B. B. Lownian and Frank Harris -
ris holding over and completing the
official board of nine. The officers are
T. B. Campbell , president ; J. F. Gan-
schow , vice-president ; F. A. Pennell ,
secretary ; W. I ? . Lawson , treasurer. A
new series of stock was declared open.
AT THE CHURCHES.
Usual services in the Methodist church ,
next Sunday morning and evening.
Episcopal services will be held in Mc-
Connell's hall , next Sunday , by Rev.
Knox. Morning hour i1 , evening S.
Sunday school at to.
school at Io o'clock. Preaching at ii
a. m. and 7:30 p , ni. Morning subject ,
"Bridging the Gaps. " Evening subject ,
"What is Beyond. " Endeavor society
at 6:30 ; topic , "Lessons from the Good
Samaritan" ; Caine Frazer , leader.
It is to be hoped that the day will
never come in the history of this community -
munity when a respected citizen who
has risen by his own industry and force
of character and ability from a lowly but
honorable vocation in life to one of
great influence , honor and profit , can be
insulted with impunity by an obscure
and irresponsible failure. The world
will be much worse than it now is when
it fails to respect honorable success from
the humblest beginning. Abraham Lincoln -
coln has a no less enduring place in the
affections of the people of America because -
cause he split rails. Supt. Campbell's
present splendid success is in no wise
clouded by the fact that he was once
the ablest section boss on the Burlington -
The Willow Grove precinct relief com-
niittee have opened rooms under J. F.
Ganschow's shoe emporium , where goods
will be issued Wednesday and Saturday
afternoons. The law requires the filing
of affidavits with the coninittee. Blanks
may be had of the secretary ,
REV. HART L. PRESTON ,
'Hogs' heads at Brewer's old reliable -
able meat market. They are fine.
Here's to the lady editors. For of
such is the kingdom of heaven.
1 Good writing paper ten cents a quire
at this office.
All coal orders left with the Barnett
Lumber Co. will receive prompt atten-
The best is the cheapest. Send your
order to the Barnett Lumber Co. for
Canyon City coal.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Fair Highest Award.
PEOPLE YOU KNOW.
Du. A. P. WBLLBS was a Lincoln visitor -
itor , early part of the week.
B F. TROxEL and A. C. Biglow were
Lincola visitors 1Vednesdav. .
BA. .BR IIOLi , was a city visitor ,
from Arapahoe , Wednesday evening.
E. R CURTIS and family expect to go
to California , some time next month ,
E 'M BROWBR of Box Elder took the
train for Iowa , Wednesday night , to
Miss NORA STALTER departed on
Wednesday morning for Minneapolis to
visit a sister.
PRESIDENT HOCKNELL of the First
National arrived home , Wednesday
night , from his trip to California.
I-I. II. BBR1ty attended the G. A. R.
encampment at Hastings , this week ,
returning lionie on Thursday night.
E. D. THOMAS cf Leadville , Colorado ,
has purchased the IIoge farm near Perry ,
and will move onto tlcesame next week.
MRs. W. A. AUSTIN of Indianola was
the guest of Mrs. D. H. Babbitt of the
South Silr , last Irrila } ' , returning home
on the nilht train.
GF-ORGi ; LEI-lEw has l. + een given a
position in the Hastings assylucn for incurables -
curables , and he entered upon his new
duties , yesterday.
MISS BELLE MUNSON , who has been
the guest of her sister Mrs. H. P. Sutton
for the past five weeks , left for Ains-
worth , this morning.
RAY MCCALLUM , late of the Sargent
house , Indianola , is no ? ! clerk in the St.
Charles of our city. He came up to his
new post of duty , Tuesday.
MR. AND MRS. AM ! TODD of Platts-
mouth were the guests of Traveling Engineer -
gineer anti Mrs. C. A. Dixon , first of the
week , going away on Tuesday evening.
DR. W.V. GAGE exhibited a small vial
of the new anti-diphtheria serum to the
writer , the other day. This serum conies
high , but the doctor bad to have some of
it , in his effort to be up-to-date.
PHIL SIMON left on Wednesday morning -
ing for Humboldt , Nebraska , where he
will engage in the drug business in company -
pany with Ed. Brown , traveling man
with E. E. Bruce & Co. Here's success
E. C. BURKETT returned from his trip
to eastern Nebraska , last Friday night ,
taking his place in Tai TRIBUNE force ,
Monday morning , much improved in
health. The family came up from Indi-
anola , Saturday night.
MRS. H. P. SUTTON was at home to a
large company of lady friends , last Saturday -
urday afternoon , from 3 to 6. One of the
features of the pleasant affair was a guessing -
ing match , in which Mrs. C. L. DeGroff
was most successful. The prize was a
pretty silver jewel bracket. The guests
of the occasion were : Mesdame-George
E. Johnston , C. F. Babcock , L. Day , J. F.
Kenyon , Frank Kendlen , Jacob Burnett ,
W. S. Morlan , C. H. Meeker , Z. L. Kay ,
W. C. LaTouretteA. Campbell , M. A.
Spalding , A. S. Campbell , C. T. Brewer ,
C. L. DeGroff , Vina Wood , K H. Doan ,
Smith Gordon , E. C. BallewM.V. Star-
buck , E. 0. Robie , J. W. Hupp , George
Goodwin of Omaha. Refreshments were
Miss BELLE MUNSON was given a delightful -
lightful Hearts card party , last Saturday
evening , by her sister Mrs. H. P. Sutton.
And it is agreed by the young people as
having been oneof themostfelicitous so-
chat affairs of the winter. Guests were :
Mr , and Mesdames-C.W. Bronson , P.A.
Pennell , J. E. Allen , B. F. Troxel. Mrs.
J. E. Kelley , Mrs. J. A. Tubbs. Misses-
Ona Simons , Addie Doan , Clare Bonnet ,
Dora Horton , Pearl Brewer , Della Johns-
ton. Messrs.-W. B. Mills , Tom Wilkin
son , Phil Simons , E. L. Laycock , E E.
Lowman , A. P. Bonnet , W. V. Gage , E.
J. Wilcox , Joe D. Robh , T. E. McCarl.
The lady's prize , an after-dinner coffee
spoon , was won by Miss Johnston , the
booby by Mrs. Tubbs. The gentleman's
prize , a gold pencil , was captured by Mr.
Allen , the booby falling to E. E. Low-
Left His Wife.
On account of some domestic infelicity
Jay Tubbs left the city , Wednesday
night , having previously disposed of his
household effects. He left a pass to her
home and $5 for his wife.
Jay has long been in the Burlington
service here , where he has always been
popular and stood high. This act is
most deeply regretted and deplored by
See Anderson's new advertisement.
Call and get a puzzle.
Consult Holmes Bros. , the carpenters.
Everybody needs it-McConnell's Fragrant -
FOUND.-A sure cure for coughs.-
Try McMillen's Damask Rose Lotion
for face and hands.
Real estate transferred with neatness
and dispatch. Old Boreas.
It remained for a McCook biped to become -
come the apotheosis of gall.
Life isn't worth living without a
taste of those spare ribs at Brewer's.
LosT.-A corn , after using 3 Day Corn
Cure , prepared by McConnell & Co.
McCook soap is guaranteed to do twice
as much work as White Russian soap.
Best Fancy Patent flour at $ I.oo per
sack , $1.95 per hundred , at Kuipple's.
Patent envelopes for mailing envelopes
at THE TRIBUNE stationery department.
Snowflake flour at 95 cents a sack.
In 500 pound lots , $1.40 per hundred , at
THE TRIBUNE will be excused forsug-
gesting three cheers for its Red Willow
Abstracts of title vilh be furnished
promptly and accurate by
C. T. BECCS.
The comic.valentine still holds its own
as one of the readiest weapons of theun-
scrupulous blackguard and cheap black-
Two members of the state relief commission -
mission were in the city , last Saturday ,
on a trip of inspection and inquiry into
the aid business.
Mr. Clark who lives north of here on
the Willow , went down to Lincoln , last
Friday night , for medical treatment ,
Dr. A. P. Welles accompanying him.
The stcrm of last Wednesday was unspeakably -
speakably severe in Cambridge and vic-
inity. Colonel Harlan says that it was
actually the "most severest" for several
The credit system is too expensive for
the mean who earns his money by hard
work. Pay cash , Cashi always buys
more goods for a dollar than credit can.
Many a charming aud'prornising house
plant succumbed to the rigor of last
week's blizzard. Water pipes also came
in for considerable damage. While all
David may have been somewhat hasty
when he wrote , "All men are liars , " but
it must be admitted that he had strong
warrant of fact for making the observation -
tion , at any rate.
WANTED-Good all-around farmer and
stock man with family to run my place
south of McCook. Good wages and
other privileges to right party.
P. A. WELLS , McCook , Neb.
The postoffice departmentat Washington -
ton has sent out a decision that newspapers -
pers cannot be sent through the mail
which contain the result of persons guess'
ing nearest the number of seeds in a
watermelon for a prize ; and it applies
the same principle to the guessing of the
number of beans in a glass bottle , as all
such is held to be a lottery.
An old Scotch lady who had no relish
for modern church music was expressing
her dislike to the singing of an anthem
in one of the popular churches , one day ,
when a neighbor said , "Why , that was a
very old anthem. David sang that to
Saul. " To which the old lady replied ,
"Weed , weel ! I nee for the first time
underttan' why Saul threw leis javelin at
David when the lad sang for him. "
MCCoox , NEB. , Dec. IO , 1894 ,
L. W. McConnell & Co. , City.
Geitlemeu-I have had a cough for
about r6 years , and have tried all of the
popular remedies without being becce-
fitted. I used one bottle of McConnell's
Balsam and my cough is gone. I therefore -
fore cheerfully testify to its merits.
Yours truly ,
LITTLE ANNIE RoDNEY.
411 Main Avenue.
A thoroughly intelligent , active , well-
bred woman will never indulge iii idle
gossip , simply because she has plenty to
think about without it-occupation sufficient -
cient of brain , tongue and bands-and in
this lies the only cure. Educate the coming -
ing generation ; show them that the active -
ive life is the happiest , because the most
useful , instill into their earliest lessons
the utter folly and consequent sinfulness
of idle chatter , and above all , never gossip -
sip in their hearing , and the root of the
evil will be reached.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Airard Gold M 1 Mkdvfa t r Frig , San Frame.
The Bond Question.
I-loldrege , Neb. , Feb , to , 1895.
Friend Kinimeli : I understuml there
is some opposition to voting bonds under
the new law to aid our farmers in securing -
ing seed and feed. I do not know from
what source this opposition collies , and
cannot imagine why any one should oppose -
pose any fair and honorable means by
which our people may secure that which
will enable tlcetic to get seed and feed for
spring use. Without such help I don't
see how our farmers are to put out crops
and find feed for their teams , as private
means are wholly inadequate to such
purposes. L have heard that some oppose -
pose it because , they say , the bankers
will make money by it. To all such I
would say , how can any hank or individual - ,
ual make anything , svlcen the law plainly
stipulates that the permanent school
fund is to be invested in these bondsand ,
should this fund run short , the law stipulates -
ulates and says that tfie bonds cannot be
sold for less than their face value.
Others , I learn , say that it is simply a
scheme. If to aid by personal work any
plan that will assist our destitute people
in procuring that which will enable them
to till the soil and provide means for
their sustenance and those dependent on
theca for a living now and in the future ,
is aimp'y ' a aclicme , I have simply this to
say , all should be glad to engage in such
a scheme. This law provides means by
which each county can take care of its
own people , and any one who refuses to
help biniself and neighbor in time of
disaster and trouble , is unworthy the aid
and assistance the destitute among our
people are now receiving from their loyal
and generous countrymen from almost
every state of our common country.
Of course , to vote bonds on the county
will impose a tax on some of our people
who will receive no direct benefit frouc
the proceeds of the bonds. I refer to the
business men of our cities and towns.
But they should be willing [ and I believe
they will bej to bear their share of this
burden , on the principle that if the country -
try don't prosper , they cannot. Any
means that tvi11 aid the fainters to grow
large crops , raise plenty of cattle and
hogs , is also an aid to the businesss prosperity -
perity of the cities and towns.
This is no time for us to dally , and to
charge one another with all kinds of
schemes. We need aid and assistance.
Let us go to work loyally and patriotically -
ally and do all is our power to 1iut Red ; f
Willow county where she belongs , in the
front rank amusng the counties of our
great and growing young state. Lay
aside all personal and political feeling ,
and work for a common end-the pros-
nerity of all the people and every inter-
est. Some of the counties have already
called their elections. This [ Phelps ]
countycalled their election , yesterday.
I I regard it as a matter of business , a
means to an end , that end the prosperity
of our people and county. As such i
trust all will regard it. I hope this will
meet with your approval , and if you
deem it of sufficient importance , publish
it in your valuable paper. Withi kind
regards I remain , very truly yours ,
JNO. J. LAMBORN.
AT THE C. 0. D. STORE.
20 Granulated . . . . . . . . . . . . $ .
I ! Excellent Coffee . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
1 : Good Uncolored Japan Tea. . . .25
I h Extra Good Uncolored J. Tea .35
I Best Uncolored Japan Tea. . . . .45
3 Cans Blue Valley Sugar Corn. . . . .25
6 Cans of Best California Canned
Fruit ( assorted ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.00
Mustard Sardines per can . . - . .Io
Oil Sardines per can. . . . . . . . . . . . . 05
3 California French Prunes. . . . .25
4 Soda or Oyster . . . . . . .
3 Ginger Snaps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
AT THE C. 0. D. STORE.
George Hamilton's billySgoat suet with
a sad death , Monday , from consuming a
salad of myrtle leaves. A brave fight for
hifeewas made , and Billy died in the calm
hope of meeting all his friends in the
sweet ball and bale.
For Sale or Lease.
The butcher shop and tools on : Vest
Denuison street. Inquire of S. M. Cochran -
ran & Co. , or of PERRY STONE.
160 Acres For Sale.
70 acres old ground. 90 acres under
the irrigation ditch. Two cniies from
McCook. Terms easy. F. S. WILCOx-
Take some building association stock
while you are resting.
Leave your orders with the Barnett [ 1
Lumber Co. for all kinds of bard and
C. P. Brewer was down at Beatrice ,
fore part of the week , on stock business.
A scandal of magnitude involving a
widow and married man is on tap.
Swiftness is unprofitable. This fact
is capable of daily proof.
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