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VOLUME IX. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING , JANUARY 23 , 1891. NUMBER 3.5
Having disposed of our entire stock
' of CLOTHING we shall in the
future make a specialty of
MEN'S AND BOYS'
HATS AND GAPS ,
In All Its Branches
JONAS ENGEL , Manager ,
McCook , Neb. , Jan. 23 , 1891.
BY FRIGES AT
CLEARANCE SALE !
Before invoicing on Jan. 1st , 1891 , wewill close every line
AT - : - ACTUAL - : - COST !
The following are some of the prices :
10 dozen of MISSES' TOBOGGANS at 25c. Worth T5c.
10 dozen of MISSES TOBOGGANS at 50c. Worth $1.25.
10 doz. suits MEN'S UNDERWEAR at $2.50. , Cheap at $5.
10 doz. suits MEN'S UNDERWEAR at $1. Cheap at $2.
LADIES7 UNDERWEAR at ONE-HALF regular price.
A FULL LINE VOF
Ladies' , Misses' , Children's and Men's Shoes
AT BRDROQK !
Notwithstanding that shoes have advanced 20 per cent.
We will make this absolutely
t sale of
in McCook and vicinity. We have a full stock of
to select from AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. Give
us a trial and be convinced that
We are THE CHEAPEST DEALER in the City.
TOTJES ANXIOUS TO PLEASE ,
ALL HOME PRINT.
GOING EAST CKNTIIAL TIME LEAVES.
No. C. local passenger , 4:45 , A. M.
No. : . ' , through passenger , 6:10 , A.M.
No. 4. local passenger , 5:40. P.M.
No/128. way freight 5:30. A.M.
PS Way freight No.180 arrives from west at
4:15 , P.M. . mountain time.
GOING WEST MOUNTAIN TIME LEAVES.
No. 3 , local passenger , 4:40. A. M.
No. 1 , through passenger , 10:40 , A. M.
No.5. local passenger , 9:30 , P.M.
55 ? " Way freight No.127 arrives from the east
at 7:20. P. M. . central time.
t No. 137 , Beverly accommodation , leaves
at5:15. A.M. Returned , arrives at 9:15A.M.
Runs only on Mondays , Wednesdays and Fri
days. A. CAMPBELL , Supt.
J. HULANISKI , Agent.
Annual MeetingNebiaska Improved Stock
Breeders' Association , Beatrice , Feb. 17th to
19tli. Tickets on sale Feb. 15ti ! to 19th.
Annual Meeting National Farmers' Alli
ance , Omaha , Jan. 27th to SStli. Tickets on
sale Jan. 24th to 28th.
For above occasions passengers paying full
fare going will be returned at one-third fare
on presentation of certificate signed by the
proper officer on guarantee that there has
been an attendance of one hundred or more
who have paid full fare on the going tiip.
J. HULANISKI , Aeent B. & M.
Attached to No. 3 , last Saturday morning ,
was the celebrated Perky steel car of which
so much has been said in the newspapers of
late. The cylindrical shaped car excited a
great deal of curiosity among the railroad
men up at that early hour. Nothing like it
was ever seen in McCook before. It was
painted yellow and had lar e windows. All
that could be seen of the interior from the
outside gave evidences of luxury and beauty.
It is built entirely of steel and has every con
venience that modern thought can suggest.
Tiiis car is the property of the Steel Car Co.
of New York , and the president , Mr. H. D.
Perky , is making a transcontinental trip in
it Those who accompany him are Mrs.
Perky , Master Perky , Judge J. JR. Gilkeson ,
general counsel of the company , Lincoln ,
Neb. ; W. H. Turner , a representative of the
New York World ; Miss Nolan , private sec
retary , and Miss Holderbaum. The party
started from New York , Tuesday , Jan. 6th ,
via the Delaware & Hudson , Chicago , Mil
waukee & St. Paul and the Burlington.
Frequent stops had to be made to allow the
various railroad managers and superinten
dents to inspect it. It has bpen pronounced
by experts to be the best coach ever built.
It is strong , light and cheap and expeits as
sert that it will be in universal use in a few
years. Arrangements are to be made to
manufacture freight cars also. The dimen
sions of the car were : Length over all , 73
feet , 8 inches ; length of body , 66 feet ; ex
treme height from rail , 13 feetScinches ;
head room inside , 8 feet , 1QK inches ; width
inside extreme , 9 feet and 1 inch ; width out
side extreme , 9 feet , 11 > inches ; width of
flour inside , 7 feel , 8 } inches ; wheels , Allen
paper , 42 inches ; axle journals , 8Kfeet , %
inches. Truck , six-wheel , with swing bol
ster , elliptic spring , and all of metal of a
type similar to the Pullman. Westinghouse
brake and Miller coupler and buffer ; 19 inch
channel-iron , 6x235nch ribs 16 pounds to
the toot bent to the cylindrical form of the
car and set 39 inches from centers , constitute
the frame. The center bottom plates of the
body were % inches thick and 38 inches -wide ;
the two adjoining strokes were 3-16 inch
thick , and these strokes formed the bottom
of the car body. The remainder of the sides
and top were of % inch , flour 3-16 steel. The
doors and window frames were made of iron
and the window frames were of brass. The
interior of the car was constructed to show
the adaptability of this form to different uses.
The compartments were as follows : Grand
saloon , observation room , , two upper and
lower berths , sleeping sections , state room
with two upper and lower berth sections
similar to the Mann boudoir plan , smoking
room , buffet , library , electric room , buffet ,
library , electric room , ladies lavatory , gentle
men's lavatory , locker and toilet rooms.
Throughout the car is nicely upholstered in
leather , plush and satin and however severe
the shock , one could not be seriously injured.
Pain Unnecessary in Childbirth ,
Pain is no longer necessary in childbirth.
Its causes , being understood , are easily over
come. Any woman may now become a moth
er without suffering any pain whatever , the
labor being made short , easy , and free from
danger. Morning sickness , swelled limbs , and
all other like evils can be readily controlled ,
and all female diseases speedily cured. Phy
sicians pronounce it a wonderful discovery.
Never known to fail. 20,000 ladies attest its
merits. Cut this out ; it may save your life.
Suffer not a day longer , but send us two 2-cent
stamps , and receive in sealed envelope full
particulars , testimonials , confidential letter ,
etc. Address. FRANK THOMAS & Co. . Balti
Ilis pcpristrs of Ely's Cream Balm do not
claim it to be a cure-all , but a sure remedy for
catarrh , colds in the head and bay fever. It is
not a liquid or a snuff , but is easily applied in
to the nostrils. It elves relief at once.
The' indications now are that the
contest will not come up for decision
short of ten days.
COURT HOUSE NEWS.
ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE LEGAL
AND MATRIMONIAL MILL.
J. Byron Jennings vs. Anton Probst. Judg
ment of * 68.50 for plaintiff.
Palmer Way vs. Henry Crabtree and Frank
Frltsch. Action to recover the sum of $14.07
as rent for the use of part of plaintiff's store
buildin'g while certain goods were being sold
at constable's sale.
The State of Nebraska vs. D. R. Carpenter.
Defendant required to give ball in the sum of
$500 for bis appearance before district to an
swer a complaint of publishing a libel in the
Bartley Enterprise concerning Rev. William
Samuel R. Smith vs. Thcophilus B. Hilton
and J. W. Martin. Judgment $35.35 In favor
Isaiah Bennett vs. Charles W. Hodgkin. Amended -
mended petition filed.
George W.Burt vs. Wm.T. Ilenton. Same.
Sidney M. Cole. 26. McCook.
Ida Zimmerman , 10 , McCook.
Blasius Frank , 27. Trenton.
ChristenaSnyder , 21 , Trenton.
5/2. Marcellus Hubbard vs. Joseph W. Col-
ver , filed the 19th , transcript from J. P. court ,
amount $50.85 , date of judgment the 9th.
573. First National Bank of Indlanola vs. A.
W. Campbell , filed the nth , transcript from
justice court , amount S18C.40 , date of judg
ment the 2d.
574. Samuel R. Smith vs. Theophilus B. Hil
ton and J. W. Martin , filed the 20th , transcript
from county court , amount $3535 , date of
judgment the 20th.
973. Stephen Tuttle vs. Hulburt A. Graham
and Lavilla J. Burtless , filed the 14th , equity.
974. Harriet Peterman et cons vs. Lee Fried
& Co. et at , filed the 14th , to quiet title.
973. Ira J. Miller vs. Samuel Ball and Vocan-
ces Franklin , filed the 14th , appeal co. court.
97C. Same vs. John Darby and V. Franklin.
977. Bank of Bartley vs. T. B. Hilton and
J. W. Martin , filed the 15tb. attachment.
978. Helm & Reed vs. Mary E. Phillips et
cons , filed the 16th , attachment.
980. P. L. Moor vs. Edwin N. Benjamin et a ) ,
filed the 21st , equity.
Andrew Fauss is at home again.
Mr. Bobenmeyer is back from Denver.
The snow is departing. No loss of stock re
ported as directly from the cause of the storm. .
John Cruts reached his home last week , hav
ing been east on stock business. He makes
bis headquarters at Peoria , Elmwood and oth
er points in central Illinois.
Neighbor Voss has been at McCook for two
weeks having his arm and band treated. Dr.
Jones is hopeful for the best and is doing all
he can to bring him out ready for spring
The social and literary entertainment , at the
school house , was the best we ever attended.
Good feeling , good order and a general good
time. Mrs. Bennett favored the audience with
a song , also Mr. Esher sang a german selec
tion. The speaking was nearly faultless.
We notice care is being taken to preserve
school books , at public getherings , from the
careless inspector. We remember that all the
school and Sunday school books were burned
in the fire of 1886 and hence great care must be
taken lathe future in regard to such matters.
Let us bear in mind the rights of individual
property are held very sacred and must be
This is what you ought to have , Su fact , you
must bare it , to fully enjoy Ilfo. Thousands
are searching for it dally , and mourning : be
cause they find it not. Thousands upon thous
ands of dollars are spent annually by our people
ple in the hope that they may attain this boon.
And yet it may be had by all. We guarantee
that Electric Bitters , if used according to
directions and the use persisted in. will bring
you good digestion and oust the demon dys
pepsia and Install instead Eupepsy. We rec
ommend Electric Bitters for dyspepsia and
all diseases of liver , stomach and kidneys.
Sold at 50 cents and $1.00 per bottle by A. Me
Millan , druggist. 344ts.
Why eeatoso the use of irritating powders ,
snuffs or liquids. Ely's Cream Balm , pleasant
of application and a sure euro for catarrh and
cold in head , can be had for 50 cents. It is
easily applied into the nostrils , is safe and
pleasant , and is curing the most obstinate
cases. It gives relief at once.
A STRAY LEAR
NOTE HEADS ,
4NDALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING.
McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
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DRESS MAKING A SPECIALTY.
MARK DOWN I
ALL WINTEE GOODS WILL BE SOLD
Dress Goods , Flannel
AT ONE-HALF REGULAR PRICE.
Blankets and Underwear !
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
KS Special attention given mail orders.
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