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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1890)
What's The News ?
Sf 1 1 6 5 ' L. LOWMAN & SON
ABE SELLING OUT
There are some that stand with glove in hand ,
But we have learned to rustle ! !
DRESS GOODS ,
AT REDUCED PRICES
All Grades of Goods Have to go
Before Christmas ,
L LOWMAN & SON.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL , CAPITAL AND SURPLUS ,
GEORGE HOCKNELL , President. B. M. FREES , Vice President. W.F. LAWSON , Cashier.
A. CAMPBELL , Director. S. L. GREEN , Director.
The Citizens Bank of McGook ,
Incorporated under State Laws.
Paid Up Capital , $50,000.
. General Banking Business ,
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. _ Collections made on all accessible points. Drafts drawn
directly on principal cities in Europe , Taxes paid
for non-residents. Money to loan on farming
lands , city and personal property.
1 Tickets For Sale to .and from Europe
] i V. FKANKLIN , President. OFFICERS JOHN K. : CLAUK , Vice Pres.
: i A. C. EBERT , Cashier. THOS. I. GLASSCOTT , Ass. Cash.
The First National Bank CORRESPONDENTS , Lincoln , Nebrska. :
The Chemical National Bank , New York City.
BANK OF McCOOK
Paid JJp Capital , $5O,000.
General Banking Business
Interest paid on deposits by special agreement.
Money loaned on personal property , good signatures
or satisfactory collateral.
.Drafts drawn on the principal. cities of the United
States and Europe ,
0. E. SHAW , President. JAY OLNEY , Vice President.
CHAS. A YANP-ELT , Cash. P. A. WELLS , Ass. Cashier.
Great American Magazine.
The Success of'"The Century" nnd Its
Plans FOP 1891.
The Century Mmruzlno is now so well known
that to toll of Its t > nst success seems nlniost an
old story. ThoN. Y. Tribune lias said that It
and the companion. St. Nicholas for Young
Folks , Issued by the same house , "are road by
every one person of thirty of the country's
population , " and large additions of both ars
sent beyond the seas. It la an interesting
fact that a few years ago it was found that
seven thousand copies of The Century went to
Scotland. quite a respectable edition in Itself.
The question in England Is no longer "Who
reads an American Hook ? " but "Who does not
see tlio American magazines ? "
A few years ago The Century about doubled
its circulation with the famous War Papers ,
by General Grant and others , adding many
more readers later with the Lincoln History
and Kennan's thrilling articles on the Siberian
Exile System. One great feature of 1891 is to be
"TUB GOLD IIONTEKS OF CALIFORNIA. "
describing that remarkable movement to the
gold Uelds in ' 49. in a series of richly illustrat
ed articles written by survivors , including the
narratives of men who went to California by
the different routes , accounts of the gold dis
coveries , life in the mines , the work of the
vigilance committees ( by the chairman of the
committees ) etc. . etc. General Fremont's lost
writing was done for this series. In Novem
ber appears the opening article , "Tho First
Emigrant Train to California , " crossing the
Rockies in 1841 , by General Bidwell , a pioneer
of pioneers. Thousands of American families
who had some relative or friend among "the
Argonauts of ' 49."will be intererested In these
MANY OTHER GOOD THINGS ARE COMING ,
the narrative of an American's travels
through that unknown land Tibet ( for 700
miles over ground never before trod by white
man ) ; the experiences of escaping War-Pris
oners : American Newspapers described by
well-known journalists ; accounts of the great ,
Indian Fighters , Ouster and others ; personal
anecdotes of Lincoln , by bis private secretar
ies ; "The Faith Doctor , " a novel by Edward
Eggleston , with a wonderfully rich program
of novelettes and stories by most of the lead
ing writers , etc. , etc.
It is also announced that the Century has
purchased the right to print , before its ap
pearance in France or any other country , ex
tracts from advance sheets of the famous Tal-
eyrand Memoirs , which have been secretly
preserved for half a ceutury to be first given
to the world through the pages of an Ameri-
: an Magazine. All Europe is eagerly awaiting
he publication of this personal history of
Talleyrand greatest of intriguers and dip'o- '
The November Century begins the volume ,
and new subscribers should commence with
hat issue. The subscription price ( $4.00) ) may
be remitted directly to the publishers. The
tentury Co. , 33 East 17th St. . N. Y. . or single
copies may be purchased of any newsdealer.
The publishers offer to send a free sample
30py a recent back number to any one desir-
* "A Merry Christmas 1" is the cheery greet
ing shining from every page of that ideal
monthly , Dernorest's Family Magazine , the
December number of which a genuine holi
day number is just at hand. What one will
not know about preparing for Christmas ,
about trimming the tree and suitable gifts nnd
good cheer and how to heartily enjoy the mer
ry Christmas-tide , after reading this charming
Magazine , is not worth knowing. "Lighting
the Way for Santa Glaus" is the very appro
priate introductory water-color , the rich
humor of which will be highly appreciated by
the little ones and "children of a larger
growth"as well : and the engraving that fol
lows , "Raphael Painting the Virgin and Child , "
is from a noted painting , and will be appreci
ated for its historic value as well as its beauty.
Besides these , there are at least two hundred
and fifty other handsome illustrations , for
this representative Family Magazine is noted
for the quantity and good quality of its pict
"In the Streets of Paris" is a profusely il
lustrated article , in reading which one is in
fancy transported to that charming city , and
if one prefers to visit nearer home , the des
cription and exquisite pictures of the Wash
ington residence of Senator Sawyer of Wiscon
sin , afford a revelation of beauty. There are
splendid stories and poems , and every depart
ment is brimful of just what you want lo
know in its special line. "Sanitarian" treats
of that sad ailliction "Obesity. " and the commonsense
mon-sense treatment recommended is bound
to be efficacious ; and "Our Girls" will be de
lighted with the comedietta in their special
department. But our advice is , subscribe for
this splendid Magazine , and you can have a
rare treat each month. It is only § 2 a year ,
and is published by W. Jennings Demorest ,
15 East 14th Street , New York.
Mrs. Michael Curtain , Plainfleld , 111. , makes
the statement that she caught cold , which
settled on her lungs ; she was treated for a
month by her family physician , but grew
worse. He told her she was a hopeless victim
of consumption and that no medicine could
cure her. Her druggist suggested Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption ; she bought
a bottle and to her delight foundherself bene-
fitted from llrst dose. She continued its use
and after taking ten bottles found herself
sound and well , now does her own housework
and is as well as she ever was. Free trial bottles
tles of this great discovery at A. McMillen's
drug store. Regular sizes 50 cents and Sl.OO.
Card of Thanks.
We , McCook Camp Sons of Veterans ,
wish to express our gratefulness to the W.
K. C. for their interests in all that made our
sociable a grand success. By order of com
mittee. ED. WILCOX ,
C. M. LOPEI : ,
N. A. CRAWFOKD.
BRONCHITIS I Throat Affection
SCROFULA I Wasting of Flesh
Or any Disease tcJiere the Throat and Itiinga
are Inflamed , ZacJs of Strength or Sent
Power , you can- lie relieved and Cured by
PALATABLE AS SViILK ,
Ask for Scott's Emulsion , and let no explanation
planation- solicitation , induce you to
accept a substitute.
Sold by all Druggists.
SCOTT&BOWNE , Chemists , Pl.Y.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
can buy of us now your win
ter goods , such as COTTON and WOOLEN
FLANNELS , TRICOTS and SUITING
FLANNELS , HENRIETTAS and other
lines of dress goods at lower prices than
we have ever before sold them.
S pWe have over $3,000 worth of
BOOTS & SHOES which we are selling"
at less than regular prices. Doii't fail to
compare prices with other houses. New
stock of HATS & CAPS.
IS In Groceries we take the leadr
With a bill of $20 cash will give you a ,
complete library of cookery three vol
Having recently purchased of A.
OPPENHEIMER his entire stock
of merchandise , consisting of DRY
GOODS , HATS , CAPS , BOOTS ,
SHOES , etc. , I will exchange any
portion or all of it for cattle , hogs ,
or horses , at cash valuation.
Call and see me before buying
elsewhere. 1st door north of the
First National bank , McCook.
A. KALSTRDT , THR TAILOR.
ESTCarries the latest and most fashionable goods of the fall and winter season , in
suitings , pantings , and overcoatings. He guarantees satisfactory , stylish work , "and reas
enable prices. In rear of the First National Bank Building , ilcCook , Nebraska. 3
The White J.rne Transfer
Wm. M. ANDERSON , Prop.
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