The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, February 13, 1891, Image 8

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    A. V. MOOKR. JMO. K. HART.
practice In the Stnte mid Federal
Courts and before the U. 8. Land OlDco. O.TJco
over Famous ClothlnirCo. Htnro. ,
Six years experience In Gov.
eminent Land Cases.
Real Estate , Loans & Insurance.
over Dank of McCook.
ATTORNEY - : - AT - : - LAW.
practice in the State and United
States couits and before the U.S. Land Offices.
Careful attention given to collections. Office
over Bank of McCook.
py WiIl practice In all courts. Commercial
and corporation law a specialty. Money to
loan. Rooms 4 and 5 old First National bid' ? .
"Special attention given to diseases of
women and children. The latest improved
methods of electricity used in all cases requir
ing such treatment. Office over McMillen
drug store. Residence , North Main street.
B. B. DAVIS , M. D. C. H. JONES. M. D.
Houns : 9 to 11. a. m. , 2 to 5 and
7 to 9 , p. m. Rooms over First National bank.
C57 This house has been completely reno
vated and refurnished throughout and is first-
class in eiery resppct. Hates reasonable.
I've Caught Your
And Who But
i may be able to do you good. My busi
ness is House Cleaning , Carpet Laying and
Day Laborer. Leave orders at THC TRIB
Fall - Goods-
{ "Announces the arrival of his fall
stock , comprising the latest and most fash
ionable goods of the season. His prices are
lower than any tailor's in-McCook. Don'-
fail to see his line.
Prom New York City , has the most com
plete stock of Fall and Winter Goods , for
men's wear , between Lincoln and Denver.
His store is just replete with the latest nov
elties from New York and Chicago , and as
ho buys strictly for cash he can afford to give
you first class Clothing at very reasonable
prices. He has guaranteed every garment
he has made up in McCook for nearly i six
years and lias never had a misfit in that time.
Call and see him. One door north of the
Commercial House.
How often this term of parting greets our
ears , and pains our hearts ; but you can buy
the Ingredients to keep memory green until
you meet again.
Charles V. Anderson , A. H. Baldwin and
Mrs. Baldwinbis wife , whoso first naino is un
known , defendants , will take notice that on
the 30th day of September , 1890 , Charles P.
Dowev and Albert B. Dewey , partners doing
business under the firm name of C. P. & A. B.
Dowey.iplaintiffs. filed their petition in the
district court of Ued Willow county.Nebraska ,
the object and prayer of which is to foreclose
a certain mortgage upon theEOutheastquarter
of the northwest quarter and the east half of
the southwest quarter of section th'irty , and
the northcastquarter of the north west quarter
of section thirty-one , in township two , north
of range thirty , west of the sixth P. Bed
Willow county. Nebraska , given to said plain
tiffs by the defendant Charles V. Anderson to
secure the payment of eleven notes , all dated
November 9th. 1886. one for the sum of $250.00
duoln five years after date , and ten each for
the sum of $12.50 and falling due 6 , 12. 18 , 24.
30,30.43.48. 51 and 60 months after date , all
bearing interest nt ten per cent , per annum
after maturity. That default has been made
in the payment of the notes of S12 50 each ,
maturing on the first day of May , 1889. on the
first day of November , 1889. on the first day
of Mar. 1890-and on the first day of November ,
1800. which default continues , that under the
conditions of said mortgage ah of said notes
have become due and payable , and there is
now duo the plaintiffs on said notes the sum
of $311.00 with interest at the rate of ten per
cent , per annum from the 10th day of Decem
ber 1890. That the defendants be required to
uaysald sum and interest or that the mort-
erairo bo foreclosed and said premises be sold
according to law and the proceeds of said sale
aoDlied to the payment of said sum and Inter
est" You are required to answersaidpetition
mor before tho&rd day of March. 1891.
Dated this llth day of February , 1891.
c. P. & A. B. DEWKir , Plaintiffs.
J8y W. S. Morlan , their attorney. 3S-4t.
DIED Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. U.
Popejoy , February 3d , 1891 , aged 4 days.
'Ere sin could harm or sorrow fade ,
' Death came with friendly care ,
The opening bud to heaven conveyed.
And bade it blossom there.
This lovely bud , so young , so fair ,
Called hence from early doom ,
Just came to show bow sweet a flower
In Paradise would bloom.
She was but as a smile ,
Which glistens in a tear ,
Seen but a little while.
But Ob , bow loved , how dear !
We take this mode of thanking our friends
and neighbors tor the kindness shown toward
us during our affliction and bereavement.
"FiHE ! FIIIE I The sudden cry naturally
strikes terror to every heart. The New York
Fire Department Is world-renowned for its
efficiency , methods and appliances for fight
ing fire in the metropolis , which is vividly de
scribed end splendidly illustrated in the March
Those with artistic tastes will bo delighted
lYith the paper on "The Art Schools of New
York. Many a pleasant evening can be spent
in the home circle learning how to dance from
the explicit directions and illustrations given
in "Modern Round Dances. " Those who long
for a country home of their own may learn
how their dreams may be realized at a small
expense by reading about cottages that can
be built for less than $1,000 in the paper enti
tled "Inexpensive Homes ; " and the prospec
tive bride who some day may possess one of
these homes will gather many practical hints
from "Dorothy's Trousseau , " which was ar
ranged fur $100. Every number brings its
quota of pleasant surprises and every family
should enjoy them. It is only $2 per year ,
and is published by W. JENNINGS DEMOUEST ,
15 East 14th street. New York City.
Consumption Cured.
An old physician , retired from practice ,
having bad placed in bis hands by an East In
dia missionary the formula of a simple veget
able remedy for the speedy and permanent
cure of Consumption , Bronchitis , Catarrh ,
Asthma and all throat and Lung Affections ,
also a positive and radical cure for Nervous
Debility and all Nervous Complaints , after
having tested its wonderful curative powers
in thousands of cases , has felt it his duty to
make it known to his suffering fellows. Actu
ated by this motive and a desire to relieve
human suffering , I will send free of charge , to
all who desire it , this receipt , in German ,
French or English , with full directions for pre
paring and using. Sent by mail by addressing
with stamp , naming this paper , W. A. Nojes ,
820 Powers' Block , Rochester , N. Y. 38-ly.
How We Get the Time.
From the New York Ledger.
At precisely 12 o'clock every day the Naval
observatory at Washington telegraphs the
time all over the country. The instruments
of the Western Union are in the room where
the computations are made , and just
three and a half minutes before noon Operat
country , atgreatlossandinconveniencesome'
times. The wires are then put in unbroken
connection with Washington. A note of warn
ing is sent a few seconds in advance , and at
the second when the observer notes the pas
sage of tbesun over the seventy-fifth meridian ,
the electric current flashes the news all over
the country , and thousands of clocks 7,000 in
New York city alone , it is said are daily regu
lated by this record of solar time.
Electric Bitters.
Tills remedy is becoming so well known and
so popular as to need no special mention. All
who have used Electric Bitters sing the same
song of praise. A purer medicine does not
exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is
claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases
of the Liver and Kidneys , will remove Pimples ,
Boils , Salt Rheum and other affections caused
by impure blood. Will drive Malaria from
the system and prevent as well as cure all
Malarial fevers. For cure of Headache , Con
sumption and Indigestion try Electric Bitters
Entire satisfaction guaranteed , or money
refunded. Price 50 cents and $1.00 per bottle
at A. McMIllcn's drug store.
A New Table Utensil.
The pusher is a table utensil with whose use
the majority of bachelors may be unfamiliar ,
for it is used only by small children. Even the
best bred youngster is apt at first to help him
self with the tools that nature provided to
push refractory bits of food upon his spoon
with his fingers. The pusher has ahandlo like
that of a small spoon. Instead of a bow it
has across that end and at right angles with
it a little shield-shaped piece of silver with
the ends curved slightly forward , so that the
food cannot slide off at the sides. With a
spoon in one band and a pusher in the other
some children can do wonderful things.
Is Consumption Incurable ?
Bead the following ; Mr.C. H. Moris , Newark ,
Ark. , says : "Was down with Abscess of
Lungs , and friends and physicians pronounced
me an Incurable Consumptive. Began taking
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption ,
am now on my third bottle , and able to over
see the work on my farm. It is the finest med
icine ever made. "
Jesse Middlewart , Decatur. O. , says : "Had
it not been for Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption 1 would have died of Lung
Troubles. Was given up by doctors. Am now
in best of health. " Try it. Sample bottles
free at A. McMillen's drug store.
The Watch as a Compass.
Very many persons are ignorant or the fact
that an ordinary watch may be used as a com
pass , and as a knowledge of this fact may
prove highly beneficial we will explain how
the points in a compass may bo determined by
an ordinary time piece. Point the hour hand
to the sun and south is exactly half way be
tween the hour hand and the figure XII on
the watch. For Instance suppose that it is
four o'clock , point the hour band to the sun ,
and D on the watch is exactly south. If it is
8 o'clock point the hand indicating 8 to the
sun and the figure X on the watch is due south ,
A Word in Season.
The barking of a pack of hounds may bo mu
sic , but the barking of the human family Is
certainly discord. Stop that cough'with Hum-
phroys' Specific No. Seven.
Wm. Henderson is visiting at home and en
joying himself with the rest of the girls.
The homo of P. E. Connor was made happy a
short time since by the entrance of another
Joseph Saunders has decided not to move
farther west , but to try farming again in Red
Willow county.
Last Wednesday evening the neighbors al
gathered at the residenceof Mr.and Mrs. J. M
Henderson. Music and literary exercises wore
the program of the evening. Candy and pop
corn in abundance were passed around.About
forty persons were present and everybody re
ports an enjoyable time.
The North Divide literary had a very inter
esting debate , last Friday evening. The ques
tion was "Resolved , that a good marketwould
be of greater benefit to this question than ir
rigation. " The judges decided in favor of the
negative. The debate showed how interested
the people are in the subject of irrigation
The question for next Friday evening is "Re
solved , that the President of the United States
should be elected by a direct vote of the pee
ple. "
t'has. Boyd has sold his farm. Considera
tion. $1,000.
W. N. Cratty is home to rest up a month or
six weeks.
Mrs. Heard has rented Pat Walsh * South
Side farm for next season.
Bob King is down from Denver visiting
among his South Side friends.
Tom Keoloy , an old South Sider , died sud
denly In Denver about ten days ago.
S. W. Sellers and J. B. Meserve are the dele
gates to the Lincoln irrigation convention.
H. H. Pickcns left , Tuesday night , for Lin
coln , to take in the state irrigation meeting
and incidentally the legislature. UNO.
Eleventh Judicial District of Nolraska.
CHASE : February 24 , jury ; June 2 , no jury ;
September 1 , jury.
DUNDY : March 2 , jury ; June 8 , 110 jury ;
September 14 , jury ; December 7 , no jury.
HITCHCOCK : March 16. jury ; June 11. no
jury ; September 21 , jury ; DecemberO , no jury.
RED WILLOW : March 30 , jury ; June 15. no
jury ; October 5 , jury ; December 11 , no jury.
FDRNAS : April 13. jury ; June 17. no jury ;
October 19. juryDecember 14 , no jury.
HAYES : April 28 , jury ; September 8 , no
jury ; NoTember 9 , jury.
FRONTIER : May 12 , jury ; September 10 , no
jury ; November 17 , jury.
GOSPER : May 25 , jury : November 30 , jury.
J. E. COCHRAN , Judge.
McCook , Neb. , Jan. 1,1891.
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.
JNever Known to tan. zu.uuu lauies auesc us
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
more. Maryland.
Note From The Century Co.
A very successful tableau-entertainment
was recently given in New York , the subjects
being taken from illustrations in the current
magazines. The idea is a simple one , and if
the subjects are well chosen it can be made
very interesting.
The Century Company has prepared a list of
suitable pictures with suggestions for any one
who wishes to get up the entertainment. They
will send it freebn request.
Buck/en's Arnica Salve.
THE BEST SALVE in the world for cuts , bruis
es , sores , ulcers , salt rheum , fever sores , tet
ter , chapped hands , chilblains , corns , and all
skin eruptions , and positively cures piles , erne
no pay required. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction , or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by A. McMillen.
Rev. Mr. KJetzing of McCook bus been in
Bartley , this week , distributing clothing sent
here by the Evangelical churches of the east
to the needy members of that church and
other deserving poor in this vicinity. Mr.
Klctzing informs us that he has distributed
about two tons of clothing here and at Cam
bridge recently. Bartley Enterprise.
Messrs. C. T. Beggs and Will Bartlett and
their wives took a pleasure trip to McCook ,
Friday , returning on Saturday. They were
greatly pleased with the thriving little city of
McCook , and they report a very pleasant visit
with the pleasant people while there. Stock-
villo Faber.
Don't say there is no help for catarrh , hay
fever and cold in head , since thousands testify
that Ely's Cream Balm has entirely cured
them. It supersedes the dangerous use of
liquids and snuffs. It is easily applied into
the nostrils and gives relief at once. Price 50c.
Captain Joseph Holmes , of company G , 5Gth
regiment ( tenth legion ) is visiting Mr. George
W. Nestell , 72 Johnston street. Capt. Holmes
is at present a resident of McCook , Neb.
Newburgh ( N. J. ) Daily News.
A center ? of progress has not produced a rem
edy equal to Ely's Cream Balm for catarrh ,
cold in the head and bay fever. It is not a
liquid or a snuff , but is perfectly safe and
easily applied into the nostrils. It gives im
mediate relief and cures the worst cases.
Now is the tfme to invest in Bed Willow
county land. Farms can never hereafter be
purchased as cheaply as at the present time.
One good crop will guarantee the investor a
profit of 50 per cent , on the investment.
Itch on human and horses and all animals
cured In 30 minutes by Woolf ord's Sanitary
Lotion. This never fails. Sold by L. W. Me-
Connell & Co. , Druggists. McCook. 30-lyr.
We understand that our townsman , Thos.
Clark , received the news yesterday that he
bad been granted a pension. Bartley Enter.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Cwtoite
M. D. Scott will take notice that on the 13th
day of January. 1891. D. A. Waterman , a jua
lice of the peace of Red Willow county. Neb.
Issued an'order of attticliniiMit. for thosntn'of
$35.00 In an action pending before him where
in plaintiff and M.It. Scott
defendant , that property of the defendant
consisting of 1 forge and bellows , III pair ton
gues , I anvil. 1C hammers. 1 vice. 1 drill am
fixtures. 1 set dies and screw plates , con
chisels , tiles and punches , 1 sewing machine
1 square. 1 cubboard , horse shoe nails. 1 box
burrs. 1 box house and kitchen ware. 1 cream
freezer , 4 wrenches , 1 set calipers. 7 hummer
handles , 8 buggv spokes. 1 tub , 1 jack plane
1 plow lay. 100 pounds iron has been attachet
under said order. Said cause was contlnuec
to the Hth day of March , 1891. at one o'clock
° . M. 38 3 W. It. PBNNINOTON. Plaintiff.
January 7th. 1891. j
Notice is hereby given Unit the following
named settler has filed notice of his Intentloi
to make final five-year proof In Support of bis
claim , and that said proof will be made before
Register or Receiver at McCook. Neb. , on
Thursday , February 19th , 1691. viz :
who made II. E. No. , for the S.V. . of
section 35. in township 2 , north of run re2U.
( vest 01 Gih P. M. lie names the following
wltne ses to prove his continuous residence
upon , und cultivation of , said land , viz :
James M. Kanouse , George Fowler. John Stal
ker and James Troy , all of McCook , Neb.
1133 8. P. HART. Register.
January 20th , 1891. f
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final 3 year proof In support of his
claim , and that said proof will be made before
Register or Receiver at McCook , Neb. , on
Monday , March 10th. 1891. viz : .
H. E. No. 5010 for the S. E. U of section 35. In
town. 5 north , range 28. west Cth P. M. He
names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon , and cultivation
of. said land , viz : John B. Thomley , James
Bergin. Almarion W. Nowlnnd and John
Grieves , all of Indianola. Neb.
U30 . S. P. HART , Register.
Divine service at 11 o'clock. A. M. , and
7:30 , P. M. , every Sabbath. Sunday school at
10 o'clock , A. M , . central time. Prayer meet
ing , Wednesday evenings at 7:30. central time.
All persons are cordially invited to these ser
vices. P. S. MATHER. Pastor.
Thermometer below Freezing
and a fierce storm ol cuuing sleet which strikes the
face like a thousand needles. Wind forty miles an
hour. You say a man couldn't stand such ex
posure ? , No , he couldn't , without just the proper
clothing. And there's only one outfit that can
keep a man both warm and dry at such a time , and
that is the "Fish Brand Slicker. " They are
guaranteed storm-proof , waterproof , and wind-
proof. Inside one of them , you are as much out of
the weather as if indoors. They are light , but
warm. Being reinforced throughout , they never
rip ; and the buttoxe are wire-fastened. No rail
road man who has once tried one would be without
it for ten times its cost. Beware of worthless im
itations , every garment stamped with " Fish Brand"
Trade Mark. Don't accept any inferior coat when
you can have the " Fish Brand Slicker " delivered
without extra cost Particulars and illustrated cat
alogue free.
A. J. TOWER , - Boston , Mass.
account of very dull times we
are closing out WINTER GQODS--
Carpets , Clothing ,
Blankets , Comforters ,
r ,
GloaKs and Wraps 3I I
at 25 per cent , discount. This is no hum
i * i
Publication of Summons.
In the District Court of UedVilloiv coui.ty ,
J.L. Moore , plaintiff , vs. Ed win-N. Benjamin ,
Ida O. Benjamin. A. C. Greater and Mrg A.C.
Cremer .his wife , Christian name unknown
to plaintiff , delendunts.
To A. C. Cremer and Mrs. A. C. Cremcr , wife
ol said A. C. Cramer , ( whose ; Christian name is
unknown to plaintiff , ) non-resident delend
ants. You will take notice that on the 21st
day of January , 1891. ) . L. Moore , plaintiff , fil
ed his petition in tiic District Court of Lied
Willow county. Nebraska , the object and pray
er of which is to foreclose ti certain mortgage
executed by the defendants Edwin N. Benjamin -
min and ItlaC. Benjamin to the LHikotu Mort
gage Loan Corporation ( now the Globe Invest
ment Company ) and duly assigned to the
plaintiff herein , upon the east half of the
northwest quarter and the south half of the
lorth east quarter of section thirty-one (31) ( .
n township two (2) ( ) north , of range twenty-
ilno (20 ( ; , west of the sixth P. M. , in lied Wil-
ow county. Nebraska , said mortgage being
iatod the 12th day of September. 1NS7. and up
on which there is now duo the sum of f 105.00
ind interest at the rate often per cent , per
uiuum from the first day ot September , 1889.
Plaintiff prays for a decree of foreclosure and
sale of snid premises : that the defendants be
'oreclosedand barred of all tit'e , lien or other
nterest in suid premises , for deficiency judg-
uent and equitable relief.
You are required to answer said petition on
or before Monday , the Kith day ot March. 1M)1.
.1. L. MOORE , Plaintiff.
By his attorney , J. E. KvIIey. 37-4t.
If You Have
BRONCHITIS Throat Affection
SCROFULA Wasting of Flesh
Or any Disease where the Throat and Hungs
are Inflamed , lack of Strength OY Nerve
Power , you can be relieved and Cured by
With Hypophosphltes.
Ask for Scott's Emulsion , and let no ex
planation or solicitation induce you to
accept a substitute.
Sold 1 y all Druggists.
SCOTT & BOWNECheml8ts , N.Y.
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 , $5OOOO.
General Banking Business ,
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.
Tickets For Sale to and from Europe
V. FRANKLIN , President. JOHN R. CLARK , Vice Pres.
A. C. EBERT , Cashier. THOS. I. GLASSCOTT , Ass. Cash.
The Fiist National Bank , Lincoln Nebrska.
The Chemical National Bank , New "York City.
Paid Up "Capital , $50,000.
General Banking Business
Interest paid on deposits by special agreement.
Money loaned on personal property , good. signatures
ar satisfactory collateral.
Drafts drawn on the principal cities of the United
States and Europe.
C.E. SHAW , President. H. O. WAIT , Vice President.
P. A. WELLS , Cashier.