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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 17, 1885)
r.Thursday. . September frth. 1885.
CONGREGATIONAL. Sunday School at 10
A. M. every week. Preaching services every
Sunday night at 7.80. M. T. Also , every alter-
IiatS 8uday morning at II. M. T. Exceptions
to the above will be noticed In locals.
_ , Pastor.
METHODIST. Services every Sunday at 11
A. M. and 7:30 P. M. . mountain time. Sunday
School at 8 P. M. The services and Sunday
school will bo held f or tbo future In the new
church. All are cordially invited. Scats free.
_ W. S. WHEELER , Pastor.
OATHOLTC.-Services will be held In the
Upcra Hall once every four weeks.
THOMAS CULT-EN , Pastor.
McCOOK LODGE A. F. & A. M.
Regular meetings , Tuesday night on
or before full moon of every month.
S. L. GREEN , W. M.
F. L. MCCRACKEN. Secretary. _
WILLOW GUOVE LODQE K. OP P. , U.
. Meets the first and third Wednes-
iday evening of each month.
1 J. W. CAMPBELL , C. C.
A. M. SPALDINQ , 1C H. S.
HOCKNELL HOSE COMPANY. Reg
ular meetings on the first Wednesday
'evening ' of each month.
K. B. ARCHIBALD , Chief.
KNIGHTS OF LABOK. Electric Light Assem
bly No. 3752 meets the first and third Friday of
each month. 8. N. STAYSA , 31. W.
WILL. A. CLUTE. R. S.
B. OP L. E. Brotherhood of LocomotiveEn-
ginccrs. Meet first and fourth Saturdays of
each month. S. E. HOOK , Chief.
J. C. ANDERSON , F. A. E.
J. K. BARNES POST G. A. R. Regnlar meet
ings second and fourth Monday evenings of
each month at Opera Hall.
J. A. WILCOX , Commander.
J. H. YARQEH , Adjutant.
S Open from 7 A. M. to 8 P. M. , M. T. Office
will be closed thirty minutes before arrival and
departure of mails. SUNDAY , oflice will bo open
from 7 to 8 A. M. and from 4 to 5 P. M. , M. T.
A. P. SHARP , P. M.
B. & M. TIME TABLE.
EAST LEAVES I EAST LEAVES :
No. 2 0:30 , A. M. 1 No. 40 5:25 , P. M.
WEST LEAVES : WEST LEAVES :
No. 39 12:50. P. M. | No.l 8:55 , P. M.
, "Eastbound trains run on Central Time ,
" and westbound trains on Mountain Time.
* | Freight trains do not carry passengers.
R. R. WOODS , Agent.
"The robbers is out to-night. "
For Tansill's Punch Cigar go to the
Revised , but not common : Just as I
am. without one flea.
Great Reduction in Watches and
Jewelry at McCrackcn's.
f BST'Moody & Winter , City Dairy , for
pure and wholesome milk.
The. City Livery Stable , B. F. Olcott ,
proprietor , for fine teams.
Just received a car-load of boots
and shoes at J. F. Ganschow.'s.
Remember Church & Whittaker for
choice fresh meats of all kinds.
An old settlers meeting will be held
* at Tndianola , October 10th next.
Fall goods in great variety of styles
and price at E. M. Brickey & Co.'s.
The best boots in America. The
Walker boot. Sold only by C. H. Rogers.
Greater love hath no man than thisi. e.
giving one's political life for the dear
Money to loan on real estate and pat-
" ented land by the McCook Loan and
FOR SALE A new Gold Coin wood
heating stove at W. W. Palmer's harness
" About election time doth the average
American appear in his best and most
unselfish ( ? ) light.
FARM LOANS Col. Snavely informs
us that he is now procuring farm loans
quite easily at 10 per cent.
Rev. Chessington will preach in the
M. E. church next Sunday morning at
10:30 : o'clock , mountain time.
All kinds of Forest Trees for timber
If 'j claims , street and ornamental planting
at Jowest prices of F. H. Preston.
They are having a perfect rush-at the
Cpmmercial House , these days , and are
feeding over 100 guests for dinner.
More of the whiskey guzzling old
L bums have been on the war path , the
past weekthan you could shake a stick at.
Stock boarded by the day or week at ;
Olcott's barn , opposite Colvin House.
"Also buys and sells stock on commission.
The Central Meat Market of Church
& Whittaker has at all times the choic
est cuts of steak and other meats for
< Remember the City Livery and Feed
Stable when you want anything in the
livery line. Good horses and buggies ,
Come all ye who want anything in the
dental line to E. S. Carl. McCook Bank
ing Co.'s building. Reasonable charges
and work guaranteed.
" " FOR SALE 80 acres of deeded land ,
11 acres under cultivation , with good
7" sframe house , 4 miles from town. For
further particulars inquire at this oflice.
They have just received'a choice con-
-signment of candies at the City Bakery ,
and lovers of that toothsome article are
requested to call and sample them by
The legal and journalistic phases of
Indianola were represented in our city ,
, last week , by Messrs. Johnson , McCol-
" -lister , Snavely , Lathrop , Watkms and
* > others.
' - ' ws iS ' - > * - "
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E. M. Brickey & Co. for clothing.
Go to Cooley & Colvin for insurance
on your buildings or stock.
BST'Sweet Michigan ( Jider of excel
lent quality at the City Bakery.
WANTED Straight man for partner
in good business. Apply to TRIBUNE.
Listen 1 Every pair of the Walker
boots and shoes warranted. Sold by C.
If you are hard to fit go to E. M.
Brickey & Co. for clothing. They can
Under the new law , delinquent taxes
on real estate will be advertised in Oc
tober next. .
We are requested to announce Epis
copal services at the Opera Hall , next
Sunday , by Rev. Fulforth.
A nice assortment of boots and shoes
at Ganschow's exclusive boot.and shoe ;
store on West Dennison street.
Now is the time to buya fall suit
while you have the full line to select
from at E. M. Brickey & Co.'s.
Remember that J. F.Ganschow's Only
Exclusive Boot and Shoe Store on West
Dennison street is the place for bargains. !
The courteous treatment and first j
class accommodations at the Commer
cial House are making that hostlcrie
For a first-class , clean shave call at
Charles Stimson's new shop on West
Dennison street. Satisfactory work
The well-dressed dead-beat is about
the most contemptible d. b. imaginable
and McCook has , and to spare , of
The latest New York and London
fashions just received , also new designs
of goods by R. A. Cole , Merchant Tail
or , first door west of B. & M. Pharmacy.
The first fresh oysters of the season
at Ed. Kuester's , first door above the
P. 0. Oysters by the can or served in
every style. Fresh consignments every
A short reception was held after the
Episcopal services , last Thursday even
ing , when a number of our citizens had
the pleasure of meeting Bishop Worth
A car-load of fish for private individ
uals in Denver constituted part of No.
one's train , Sunday night. Fresh water
was put in the tanks containing the fish
at this point.
Last week , J. P. Mathes sold his fine
stock of furniture to Mess. Ludwick &
Trowbridge , who will continue the busi
ness at the old stand. Mr. Mathes will
confine-himself to stock raising.
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to me on account are requested
to call and settle , as soon as possible ,
either by cash or bankable paper.
C. H. ROGERS.
Lot one above Cochran & Helm's office
has been purchased by Mrs. McAvoy of
Red Cloud. Consideration $7,50. She
also contracted for the erection of a two-
story frame or brick within the coming
The latest metropolitan wrinkle is the
street sprinkler , which entered upon his
labors , last Friday. The idea is a com
mendable one , but the team now doing
duty is enough to give the average citi
zen the delirium tremens.
If the present administration does
itself as proud , the country overin the
line of post-office appointments , as it
has for the people of this city , heaven
help the service , it will soon lose itself
in the chaos of its own making.
The Batchelor residence , corner of
Dennison and Madison , lately occupied
by C. T. Brewer , now living on the home
stead with the family , has been rented
by John Doner , who moved into the same ,
the first of the week.
GENTLE READERS J. P. Mathes has
sold his stockof furniture to Ludwick
& Trowbridge , who have taken possess
ion. He will be on his ranch for a week
or two , when he will return here. All
parties owing him will please have the
money ready for him at that time.
On Monday the 14th , Mr. and Mrs.
B. S. Thomas of West McCook were
called upon to mourn the loss of-their
little two-months-old boy baby , who had
been frail and sickly from birth. The
remains were consigned to mother earth ,
Tuesday , Rev. Suess officiating.
Nebraska flour for Nebraskans. The
City Bakery received a car-load of that
celebrated Grand Island Flour , this
week. The shipment contains the new
brand of flour , "White Frost" which is
without a peer , and is guaranteed to be
the very finest brand in the city.
. They are duly delighted at Frank
Hess' residence over * the appearance of
a rollicking boy baby , Saturday last.
Our reporter consumed the usual fra
grant Havana in honor of the heir-ap
parent , and experienced the usual de
lightful ( ? ) sensations arising therefrom.
The dance at the Opera Hall , last Fri
day night , was a most enjoyable , though
slimly attended affair owing to the
threatening aspect of the weather. The
invitations aud programs were elaborate ,
and the projectors will of necessity have
to draw pretty largely upon their indi
vidual resources to make good the defi
cit thus occasioned.
FOR SALE A good saddle pony , also
bridle and saddle. Inquire at this office.
A new grocery by a Mr. Seaman of
Brownsville will shortly be added to the
business houses of West Dennison street.
The building is now in course of erection.
The "West Dennison street restaurant ,
which has been so successfully conduct
ed by Misses Roberts & Hogan for the
past year or more , will after to-day be
under the management of A. Mc-
Crimmon , who promises to keep that
favorite restaurant up to its present ex
' 'Just observe the color of my smoke , "
remarked a disgusted democrat , the other
day , whose girl had sent him a photo ,
which he failed to receive. "I'll never
vote the democratic ticket again , until
the party puts men in official positions ,
[ 'who have in a degree solved the myste-
, ry of "readin' and writin1 and spellin' . "
i J5F"Hard and soft coal , best quality ,
I at Hallack & Howard's lumber yard.
The neat little brick building on West
Dennison street , opposite the City Bak
ery , recently erected by H. C. Rider ,
has been purchased by Dr. A. J. Willey ,
consideration , $800. The doctor will
move into his new room in about a
month , as it will require about that time
to put in the necessary shelving , count
ers , etc. , to receive his stock of drugs.
and soft coal , best quality ,
at Hallack & Howard's lumber yard.
A number of drunken roustabouts
made night hideous , Friday night last ,
by their noise and discharge of fire
arms. The sign at Kuester's lower stand
was perforated with bullets , one of the
stray bullets going through one of C.
H. Rogers' large windows. A more id
iotic and dangerous way of "having some
fun" cannot be imagined , and the per
petrators should be handled with unglov
ed .hands regardless of persons.
and soft coal , best quality ,
at Hallack & Howard's lumber yard.
A $1,400 RELINQUISHMEN Treas
urer Goodrich of Indianola , Jos. McGee
of Farley , Iowa , and F. S. Schoonover
of Eliot , Iowa , drove up from Indianola ,
Tuesday , to transact some land business
before the local officials , among the
which was the relinquishment of H. S.
West of his claim near Indianola to Jos.
McGee of Farley , Iowa , for $1.400.
Mr. Schoonover also secured two claims
near Lone Tree in Frontier county.
Both gentlemen were delighted with the
and soft coal , best quality ,
at Hallack & Howard's lumber yard.
The tide of immigration , which has
been surging up the Republican Valley
during the past two years , at flood height ,
has over-leaped our western limits , and
the fair lands of eastern Colorado are
now being eagerly sought In a few
years the proud Rockies alone will mark
the limit of the home-seeker's ambition.
The present rush seems to be without
precedent in extent and character. The
"Great American Desert" will in a few
more years exist only in tradition , and
be lisped by coming generations as among
the legends of our land.
and soft coal , best quality ,
at Hallack & Howard's lumber yard.
Episcopal services , as announced , were
held in the Opera Hall , last Thursday
evening , Bishop Worthington officiat
ing , assisted by Rev. Fulforth , mission
ary for the Republican Valley. The
Bishop delivered a most interesting and
powerful sermon , which was listened to
with wrapt attention by those present.
The Bishop then announced the estab
lishment at this place ot the "Mission
of the Incarnation , " withF. L. Brown ,
Warden , T. G. Rees , Secretary and A.
McG. Robb , Treasurer. After which
Mrs. J. F. Kenyon was confirmed. Com
munion service was held at A. McG.
Robb's residence , Friday morning. Ser
vices will be held hereafter at stated
periods. The coming year will proba
bly witness the erection of a house of
worship for the Episcopal people.
and sqft coal , best quality ,
at Hallack & Howard's lumber yard.
There is now in Hayden & Co. 's mam
moth establishment unquestionably the
largest , finest and best selected stock of
goods ever brought into Western Ne
braska. Consignment upon consign
ment have been received and opened up
and displayed in all their elegance and
beauty , until their large store room is
crowded from cellar to ceiling. In the
way of ladies' and misses' cloaks , fancy
combination dress goods an entire nov
elty in this country they are able to
suit everybody , while their stock of flan
nels and.fancy dress suitings is splen
did and complete. As to their display
of lace collars , embroideries , ribbons ,
hosiery , silks , neckwear , blankets , yarns ,
comforters , flannels , muslins , sheetings ,
shirtingsfurnishing goods , notionsetc. ,
it is simply stupendous , and should be
examined to be fully appreciated. Their
line of boots and shoes , hats and caps ,
clothing , carpets , etc. , have never been
equaled here in extent , elegance or price ,
which they will substantiate at their in
stitution. But we have mentioned but
few of the attractions in the dry goods
department , and have not reached the
grocery department , in which Hayden
& Co. have always been leaders. It is
sufficient to say here that their prices to
be found on another page are beyond
competition , as their stock is in quality.
Hayden & Co. have the goods and'take
this means of informing the public
thereof. Call and see for yourself.
Will E. Fry returned from his visit at Mt
Ayr , Iowa , yesterday.
Mess. AbbottHarrisandDietrich have been
down at Lincoln all week.
L. L. Boyle and wife , of St Joe , spent two
or three days in town , this week.
Capt. R. 0. Phillips caine up to the 3Iagic
City on No. 1 , Tuesday evening.
The Misses Roberts and Hogan will rusti
cate for a season ou tlieir homesteads.
Supt. A. C nl ) > k > H Mv ! H.'vMv.'T C.E.Bab-
cock went down to Lincoln Wednesday \
Elmer Kelly , late clerk in the U. S. Land
Office , is now doing eflicient clerical work for
C. H. Boyle. _
Capt Emerson and wife have been at the"
Dining Hall for a few days , arriving in the
city , Tuesday.
Frank Hudson , Hayden & Co.'s genial and
popular manager at Atwood , spent Tuesday
and Wednesday in town on business.
Mr. Allen of Chase county , an old York Co.
acquaintance of Attorney Cochran , was in
the Hub , , Tuesday , and laid in a stock of land
blanks at this office.
The regular annual meeting of the Ladies
W. C. T. IJ. will meet in the Congregational
church , Friday afternoon , at 3 o'clock. M. T.
All members are earnestly requested to be
Blue Hill Times : Thirty-five men seeking
homes out wei > t were taken to Red Willow
county.Tuesday of last-week , by C. L. Wat-
kins. Everything is booming out there and
land is rapidly advancing in value.
Typhoid fever seems to be laying its hand
heavily on a number of our people. Jabez
Barraclough of West McCook , J. J. Dunbar
of West Railroad street , and Mrs. Bailey of
South McCook , have all been quite seriously
sick with this consuming malady , but we are
pleased to announce at this writing that they
are all convalescing. !
G. B. Nettleton returned , yesterday noon.
from the Lincoln fair , so delighted with what
lie had seen , that he generously curtailed his
own pleasure a day or two , that he might hur
ry home and send the rest of his family down
to see the finest fair ever held in Nebraska ,
before it was eternally too late.
Atwood Citizen : J. P. Mathes and J. C.
Arbuckle , of McCook , were in town during
the past week. They have herds of cattle
and horses and real estate that are climbing
up rapidly in value. "Well heeled" is appli
cable to tliem both , and Rawlius county keeps
ou fixing them hi better shape.
This sprightly little city has repeatedly
grown up to the expectations ot the most san
guine , and beyond , but notwithstanding , it is
growing to-day laster than ever. The founda
tions tor four new residences have just been
laid , and workwas commenced , this morning ,
on a residence for W. J. Hills , by Contractor
Collins. In addition to these there are eight
residences in course of erection , and five brick
business houses , of which our very limited
space will not allow of special mention.
Jolui Y. Wiuiugs , one of Ben kelman's most
prominent citizens and real estate dealers , was
in town , yesterday. Mr. Winings informs us
that arrangements are made tor the estab
lishment or a new town on the west line of
luudy comity ; 10,000 teet of lumber are be
ing hauled to the site selected , and still there
is more to follow. Dundy county seems to
be doing her lull share in the general imrove-
ment visible in Southwestern Nebraska , of
which McCook is the proud Metropolis.
II of the
bride's father , John Conner , Es > q.of Stough-
tou , Monday , September 14th , IbSo , William
Pryor and Amanda Conner , both of Red WiL
low county , Rev. Geo. JDiuigau officiating.
About one hundred guests witnessed the
joining of these e&timable young people in
the-bonds 6f matrimony , and partook of the
bountedus.spread of subbtautials and dainties
prepared" by Mrs. Conner for the occasion.
The following handsome gifts were present
ed the happy pair by relatives and their ad
miring friends from the surrounding country ,
and of this place and Luliauola :
Pickle Castor , Mr. Duckworth ; dm Coal Oil ,
Mr. Mack ; Broom , "War and Peace , " Clias.
Duckworth ; Seive , Robt. Rollin ; Lamp , Win.
Stilgebouer ; Bed Spread , Mr. and Mrs. Suave
ly ; Table Cloth , Lotou Duckworth ; Towels ,
Mr. Vandever ; ! fo in Cash , Friends ; Hammond
and family , Basket Work Stand ; 1 Dozen Nap
kins , Ed. Byers ; Cake Stand , Mr. and Mrs. Kil-
patrick ; Book , Still Connor ; Splasher , Ella
Stilgebouer ; Set Breakfast Plates , Mr. and
Mrs.Duckworth ; SilverSugarScoop , Florence
Akers ; Caslor , Mr. and .Mrs. Cooley ; Fruit
Dish , Mr. and Mrs. Kerns ; Butter Knite , Mrs.
Lem Daniels ; Pie Knife , Mr. Vandever ; White
pig with black eyes , Mr. and Mrs. Ooodner ;
liiunp , James B. Maile.
A CARD OF THANKS.
To those friends who so kindly assisted us
in our sad bereavement , the loss ol our dear
little Willie , we desire to return our heart felt
thanks. May God bless them is our prayer.
" B. S. AXD ALICE THOMAS.
I have for sale or trade a fine two-
story brick residence of nine rooms , with
four lots , ( each lot nicely terraced , ) sev
enty odd fruit trees thereon ; also , a
two-story brick business house , 22x80
feet , centrally located , in the best town
and county in Southwestern Iowa. I
will sell or trade for property in Mc
Cook , or land in Nebraska , or near Mc
Cook. For particulars call at my har
ness shop , two doors north of the post-
office , McCook , Neb. W. W. PALMER.
A LIBERAL REWARD.
STRAYED OR STOLEN !
From the undersigned , August 26th ,
1885 , A BRIGHT BAY-HOUSE with
white strip on face and white hind feet ,
10 years old , weight between 800 and
900 pounds. No brand. Always racks
when off a walk. Easily frightened.
A liberal reward for return of horse to
owner , .or information leading to his re
covery. ED. L. CUATFIELD ,
Cambridge , Neb.
Wednesday night , a man by the name
of Ross was fatally stabbed by one Hud-
sou , at Palisade , Hitchcock county ,
while engaged in a game of "seven up"
at 25 cents a corner. Others had a hand
in the game , and whiskey seems to have
been the favorite beverage. Fuller par
ticulars , next week.
To-night , at the residence of Dr. T.
B. Stutzman , Mr. Frank Harris and
Miss Nettie Black , two of our most es
timable and popular young people will
be privately united in the bonds of mat
rimony. A host of friends join TOE
TRIBUNE in wishing them a bon voyage.
They at once go to house-keeping in Dr.
Stutznian's residence , the doctor's fam
ily moving to the homestead , the first
of next month.
Fred. D. Pitney of Culbcrtson was in the
city , Sunday.
3Irs. Sue KiicfT of Culberlson made a visi
to our town , Saturday last.
Marshal Welch made our neighboring tow
of Stratton a visit , Monday.
James Ellison of the Upper Willow spent
the first of the week in town.
I. J. Starbuck went down to attend the
State Fair at Lincoln , Sunday.
J. D. McClaue , M. D.of Benkelmauwasa
guest at the Dining Hall , Friday.
E. M. Brickey was a passenger on 40 , Tues
day evening , for the Lincoln fair.
Mrs. W. C. Furst was a Lincoln-bound pas
senger , Monday evening on No. 40.
V. Franklin returned from his visit to the
state fair at Lincoln , on 39 , Tuesday.
A. 131aucliard , Jr. , of Boston , now has a
position in the B. & M. telegraph oflice.
Fred Lytle came down from Benkelmnn ,
Saturday afternoon , returning Sunday ou 39.
Dr. J. S. Shaw and J. W. Maiken of the
county-seat were in the metropolis , the close
of last week.
George Irving , Civil Engineer of Lincoln ,
came up to town , Saturday , and spent a few
days in our midst.
Jerry Flannery , P. W. Berry and Thomas
Flanuery all of Snttoii were registered at the
Eating House , Friday
Thos. Golfer took No. 40 , Tuesday evening ,
for the state capital , where he was called by
telegraph on an important law suit.
Mr. Newman is now the eflicient stenogra
pher with Frees &Hocknell. He entered upon
Ids duties , the close of the past week.
Miss Lizzie Kirsch , who has been visiting
her sister , Mrs. Frank Keid , for a number of
months past , left for home , Saturday.
Leonard Meserve went down to Franklin ,
Sunday evening.to visit some of his oldschool-
mates , j-ou know , returningTuesday noon.
L. W. Ball of York , this state , was in the
city , last Friday , in search of land. He pur
chased 480 acres near Trenton for $1,450.
Mrs. C. II. Eathbun of Buffalo , KY.7 who
has been visiting friends in the city since last
Friday , started homeward , Monday morning.
W. A. Hallowell , Jr. , of Oberlin , spent Fri
day and Saturday in town , on his return home
from the health-giving mountain of Colorado.
Benj. Bird of Benkclman was in the city a
short time , Monday , en route to Oberlin ,
where he is defendant in a number of land
Miss Gentry returned , the first of the week ,
from a visit to Omaha and Blair , where she
has been spending some time with friends
0. C. Smalley of Trenton was in town , Mon
day , on his way to Anderson , Iowa , to visit
his old home. He was a pleasant and agree
able caller at this ollice.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Meserve left , Monday
morning , on a visit to triends at Ulysses , But
ler county , and to the State Fair at Lincoln.
They will be absent all week
Miss Viola Mosher , sister of Mrs. W. M.
Anderson , arrived in the city , Saturday on 39.
Miss Mo&her commenced teaching school in
the Eaton district , Monday morning.
J. C. Arbuckle started for his Rawlius Co.
ranch , Monday. J. P. Mathes also went over ,
yesterday , to prepare for his fall.shipment of
steers. lie expects to ship over 100 head.
Mr. Baker a genuine "Pnke' ' from Noda-
way county , was in town , Tuesday. He is on
a visit to Messrs. Modi and Davis , who live
northwest of the city , and in search of land
C. E. McPherson has been absent the past
ten days , eating hard tack with old army
friends at the Beatrice reunion , and enjoying
the best state fair ever held in the state at
0. II. Herring of Washington , D. C. , was a
short caller at this oflice , Monday. He was
on his way to Oberlhi to defend some contests
for Benj. Bird of Benkelnian before the U.S.
officials at that oflice.
Commissioner H. H. Troth came down from
Hayes countSunday , to meet some rela
tives from the old Keystone state , who arriv
ed ou 39. Henry made these headquarters
his usual welcome call.
Miss Carrie A. Hazen of Portland , Maine ,
who has been visiting her sister , Mrs. U. W.
Pike of our city , for a number of months past ,
left for her New England home , Tuesday , de
lighted with our people and city and her visit
Mrs. W. M. Anderson arrived in the city ,
Tuesday of la&t week. Mr. and Mrs. Ander
son went to house-keeping in their pleasant
home south of the Methodist church , later in
the week , eating the first meal therein , Satur-
Albert W. Corey took 40 , Monday evening ,
for Lincoln , to attend the state fair. A. W.
says he wants to see whether they have any
blooded Herefords down there to equal his
stock. They will have to be fine haired if
there are any.
It. II. Trowbridge of Eldena , Lee count- ,
111. , writes us to send him THKTUIBUNK , en
closing the necessary § 2 to secure this paper
for one year. Keuben says that he has "been
nearly lost for the past few months without
THE TIHBUXE. "
Mr. aud Mrs. W. S. Emley of Philadelphia
arrived in the city , ou 39 Sunday , on their
way to visit relatives at Stokes & Troth's
ranch on the lied Willow creek. They re
mained here until Tuesday morning , when
they continued their journey , under the care
af II. H. Troth , who came down from the
ranch , Sunday afternoon to meet them.
John A. Jackson of Youngbvillc , Penna. ,
was in town , a day or two , the latter part of
the past week , looking for a location for a
ranch. He was highly pleased with MeCook ,
uid also with a much of r-ome 2,000 acres in
this vicinity , which he may yet purchase. He
invested in Kansas school land to the amount
of 600 acres , besides buying four lots in Ken
neth , Sheridan county , Kas. Mr. Jackson in
forms us that a score or more of Warren Co.
people will shortly visit this section of coun
try with the view of investing , locating , etc.
Fresh candy at the City Bakery. . .
Insure in the STATE. Cooley & Col vin.
For a fine pair of pants go to E. M.
Brickey & Co.'s.
13Boston Brown Bread at the City
Bakery constantly on hand.
The ld reliable STATE Insurance
Co. oi'Des Moines , Iowa , Cooley & Cal
vin , Agents.
to J. F. Ganschow for your
hoots and shoes. Largest stock and
best assortment in the city.
CAR LOAD OP MARES E. Lindner
started , Saturday evening , , f or Iowa after
another car-load of inarcs.
FOR SALE 175 acres deeded land ,
with improvements to amount to $500.
Situated 2 miles from McCook. For
terms call on t > r address editor of THE
The New York Millinery store is sell
ing everything in stock at almost cost
in order to make room for fall goods.
Will give all persons wanting anything
in my line bargains for the next 60 days.
Mrs. T. Nelis , opposite postoffice.
There will be a special meeting of J.
K. Barnes Post No. 207 of the G. A. H.
at Menard's Hall , next Monday night ,
September 21st. All members are earn
estly requested to be present.
J. A. WILCOX , Commander.
J. H. YAIUIER , Adjntant.
A 6-room houseand
thoroughly-built , - ,
lot ; with lot adjoining. A very desira
ble residence. Beautifully situated.
For particulars apply to or address ,
W. 0. Moony ,
lltf. McCook or Stratton , Neb.
A. substantial , well-built five-room
bouse , with lot , in the most desirable
residence part of the city. Barn , coal
shed , etc. $000 in hand and balance to
suit purchaser. Inquire at this office.
Found An Overcoat.
In township 7range 31 , Hayes county ,
Saturday , August 22,1885. Owner can
have the same by calling at this office ,
proving property and paying for this
Money at 9 Per Cent
To loan for 5 or 7 years on improved
[ arms. Come and see us.
1G-41. COCIIRAN & HELM.
B3F ° Abstract linen legal cap with
numbered lines at this office.
S STORE I
FOR BARGAINS !
West Dennison St.
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