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VOLUME IX. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY EVENING. APRIL 24 , 1891. NUMBER 48.
wishes to announce that his stock of
are now on the shelves. He does not claim to have the
biggest sjfcock on earth , nor does he promise
what is impossible in prices. But in
DRY GOODS ,
of all kinds , he carries a complete and well-selected stock ,
and , the quality of goods considered ,
\ I also cany a full and fresh stock of
and in this department also I will
Meet All Competition !
ive a call and get my prices-ISIr3
OUR STOCK OF
IS NOW COMPLETE ,
And we are prepared to show
-In the city at
Prices That Can't Be Beat.
A full line of-
Mixed Paints , Varnishes ,
S/ : . Brushes , Alabastine , Etc.
. MCCONNELL & co. ,
GOING EAST CENTRAIi TI1IK LEAVES.
No.2 , through passenger , 5:50A.M.
No. 4. locnlpusHonjrer , , 5:40. P.M.
No. 78. way freight. . . . * .10:25. A.M.
BCT'Wny freight No.liK ) nrrlvos from west nt
4:15 , P.M. . mountain time.
GOING WK6T MOUNTAIN TIME I.KAVES.
No.l , through passenger. . . . . . * . 10:40 , A.M.
No. 5. local passenger. 9:30 , P. M.
J2T" Way freight No. 73 arrives from the east
at 5:20 , P. M. . central time. Departs nt 4:45.
P. M. Stops nt Strntton. lienkleman. Hnlgier.
JSBHNo. 137 , Beverly accommodation. leaves
at 5:15 , A. M. Returned , arrives at0:15 A. M.
Huns only on Mondays , Wednesdays and Fri
days. A. CAMPBELL , Supt.
J. HULANISKT. Agent.
I. 0. O. F. celebration , David City. Neb. ,
April 27th. Tickets on sale April 24-27.
Annual Meeting Nebraska State Medical
Society , Lincoln , Neb. , May 12-14. Tickets
on sale May 9-14.
Nebraska Half Yearly Meeting Society of
Friends , Lincoln , Neb. , April 25ti ! , 1891.
Tickets on sale April 22-27.
Passengers paying full fare going will be
returned at one-third rate on presentation of
certificate signed by the proper officer of the
meeting , on guarantee that there has been an
attendance of 100 or more who have paid full
fare on the-going trip. J. HULANISKI.
WE "PASS" NOBODY.
Mrs. C.V. . Bronson visited Red Cloud ,
Sweeny Mnnson returned , Wednesday ,
from his farm at Haider.
John Hourigan has gone back to work
after a protracted vacation.
Engineer Snyder is now a papa , having
adopted a little two year old girl.
Supt. Harnian , of the Cheyenne Division ,
was a visitor in the city , Sunday.
Hostler E. G. Batten , of Red Cloud , was
visiting among the railroad boys , Tuesday.
Hg Miuy a house from S. H. Colvin on the
monthly installment plan and save money.
Traveling Auditor E. O. Brandt spent the
day , Wednesday , at division headquarters.
Frank Wiebelhouse has gone on a visit to
Salt Lake City to get treatment at the springs.
Engineer Chas. Bailey and wife returned
from their Plattsmouth visit on No. 1 , Mon
Switch engine 219 from Denver was put
into the shops , this week , for a good over
Holliday puts in most of his spare time at
Marsh's bam since the arrival of the thor
Engineer A. J. Chambers is making some
improvements to his new home on upper
Master Mechanic Archibald went out to
his farm , Monday. Engineer Heber accom
It is reported that the C. , B. & Q. railway
has purchased the Dakota Central R. R.
Consideration § 1,000,000.
Engineers. H. Davidson for the past year ;
working out of Lincoln will once more make
McCook his abiding place.
Engineer Dixon , driver of mogul 246 be I
tween Denver and Akron , is off duty wrest
ling with the malady la grippe.
E. B. Ransom , tie inspector , is circulating
between this point and Oxford , checking new
ties for use on the Western Division.
Superintendent of Bridges Perry , Resi
dent Engineer Blair and Assistant Jackson
made a tour to Denver , Monday night , on
R. 0. Phillips , the clever and courtly cap
tain of the Lincoln Land Co. , was around
looking up company interests in the city ,
Engineer Jas. Reynolds is running engine
120 between Red Cloud and Oxford , while
Engineer F. R. Allen is taking a visit to
Mr. J. P. Reardon has been appointed
master mechanic of the Wyoming line in
Judas Barman has entered the company's
service in this city as machinist apprentice ;
also J. W. Stewart from Oxford has started
the same way.
The boys gave Engineer Pronger an in
formal reception at the City Drug Store , last
week , on the strength of Pronger's unprece
dented appearance in a new suit of clothes.
JolmH. Young , formerly storekeeper at
Plattsmouth for the B. & M.passed through
on No. 1 , Wednesday , in company with his
wife bound for California , vrhere they have
Whiskey and railroading never did agree.
Engineer Frank Mahana is reported dis
charged for monkeying with toe flowing
bowl and we understand three men at
Holyoke are under suspension for like cause.
C. E. Perkins , President of the C. , B. & Q.
system , in company with General Manager
Holdrege and several of the directors took
in the Western Division , this week , stopping
at McCook , Thursday. Supt Campbell ac
companied them from McCook west.
It is rumored the porters ( chair car ) will
soon have a new time card whereby more
trains will increase their number , although
bfakeman and car repairers have yet railed
to acknowledge their approval. The addi
tion of trains 3 and G between this point and
Denver being the important change they
Heavy rains on the Southern Division
caused No. 15 to be about five hours late
Saturday last ; therefore making no connec
tion with No. 1.
Conductor Kane will soon come down from
his perch on tliu hill and reside on Maiii St.
lie having purchased a lot from Frame Har
ris preparatory to moving his cottage.
A tourist sleeper on No. 5. , Monday night ,
contained a colony of emigrants destined to
Portland , Ore. , from Corning , Iowa. There
were twenty-one persons in the party.
Tramps are becoming so plentiful along
the line that trainmen are kept busy watch
ing the roofs of cars as well as trucks and
blind platforms to keep them from taking
almost full possession.
Sixty-seven passengers out of 108 into Den
ver , Tuesday morning , on No. 5 , were from
Iowa , Kansas and Nebraska points to the
great north-west. Portland and the sur
rounding small towns getting the greater
part of them.
The only No. 2 , Burlington Route , takes
away from Denver more than one half the
total number of passengers leaving for the
east , especially to distant points ; which is
but the truth of the popularity of the great
C. , B. & . Q.
The C. , B. & Q. eating houses from Pacific
Junction to Chicago will pass from the indi
viduals who have ouerated them to the com
missary department and bo consolidated
witli the dining car system , which has be
come famous the world over. The change
taking effect May 1st.
A number of native warriors from the
Samoan Islands were passengers on No. 1 ,
Sunday last , en route to the Pacific coast.
They being the ones rewarded by the U. S.
government for their bravery in rescuing
American sailors during the great storm
which prevailed about one year ago in the
South Sea Islands.
At a regular convocation of Miriam chap
ter Royal Arch Masonsat Oxford last Friday
evening , Attorney G. W. Norris of Beaver
City , Dr. Hoffman of Orleans and Road-
master Joselyn of the B. & M. were exalted
to the degree of Royal Arch Masons. Dele
gations were in attendance from Beaver City ,
Orleans , McCook and Holdrege , and a ban
quet was servee at the Burlington & Missouri
dining hall. Beaver City Times.
Railroad employes have recently been ad
vised by a state commissioner of transporta
tion to wear gaiters rather buttoned or tied
shoes iu order that they may more easily ex
tricate themselves from wrecks as well as
from switch frogs. It is appearently a mat
ter of no great consequence , but after all the
advice is sound. A fireman who went down
an embankment with his engine in the recent
Westfield wreck found himself caught and
his foot held against the fire box as if by a
vice. He had on an elastic shoe and manag
ed to extricate himself , whereas he would
have been slowly roasted to death had his
foot gear been of any other pattern. It would
not be a bad idea for railroad men to form
the habit of wearing gaiters. Like a revolver
ver in Texas that kind of shoe may not be
needed very often , but when it is wanted it
is "wanted mighty bad. "
COTIET HOTTSE NEWS.
Oeo. Houliston vs. Hartley Milling , Stock &
Land Co. ; action to recover judgment for
$299.50 upon account stated.
M.'Cohen & Co. vs. Thos. Clark ; right of pos
session of property at time of commencment
of action found to be with plaintiff.
A.Carmichael vs. Phillip Weick etal. ; set
tled and dismissed. ?
State of Nebraska vs. Patrick Callan ; assault
and battery , verdict of "not guilty. "
Sandwich Mfg. Co. vs. E. F. Quigley et al. ;
continued until May 1st.
A. J. Thomas vs. John L. Hutchinson et al. ;
attachment , continued until Juno 1st.
John A. Perkins vs. J. W. Martin et al. ; re
plevin action to recover possession of 400
books , household furniture , etc.
Springfield Engine Thresher Co. vs. Solomon
Harger et al. ; plaintiff sues for $197.23 alleged
to be due upon a promissory note.
Matella Gordon has made application for
probate of last will and testament of Smith
Gordon , deceased. .
Samuel D. McClain has petioned for letters
of administration upon the estate of Frank
Stocklasa , deceased.
William Sullivan , of Lebanon , has made final
proof upon bis homestead.
j Egbert H. Everlst. 22. McCook , Neb.
1 Ella Hess , 19. Danbury , Neb.
j Morris Cliggett. 35 , Pittsburg , Kansas.
I Celia B. Grier , 28. Trenton , Neb.
I Sherman S. Frederick. 24 , Ouster , S. D.
1 Daisy Hammond , 17 , Indianola. Neb.
J Jesse Predmore , 25 , McCook , Neb.
I Emma Gockley , 17 , McCook , Neb.
J Jacob Berringor , 22 , Cambridge. Neb.
1 Lizzie Mertz , 19 , Cambridge , Neb.
Mrs. Amanda Rowland returned home from
Indianola , Tuesday.
B. S. Allam is going to run a herd of cattle
this summer in Grant precinct.
A. Wesch , who has been sick for the past
two weeks , is reported much better.
One of the mail carriers horses nearly gave
out on his return trip to Banksville.
A. M. Benjamin started plowing for corn ,
Saturday ; but it is too wet to plow now.
A. Weeks , Esq. , is fencing a250acre pasture ,
and T. C. Kelley is extending bis pasture.
Three rains this week and soakers at that.
Who says that Nebraska is not redeeming
Wheat seeding is a part of.the occupation of
the farmers yet , the season is very late for
that work. All kinds of vegetation responds
to the calf of tbo spring rains and we will soon
have trees in bloom and grass for stock.
McCODK , NEBRASKA. '
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Satines , Lawns , Challies , Embroidered.
Flouneings in Black , White and Col
ors , Fine Ginghams , also all the latest
shades in Broadcloths , Albatross and
BRUSSELS , Velvet , Body , Tapestry.
INGRAIN , Two and Three Ply. Drug
gets , Rugs , Door Mats , Portieres , Lace
Curtains , Etc.
Don't forget that the place to get the
latest styles and finest work in "this
line is at
attention given mail orders.
The Largest and Finest Stock !
Wishes to call public attention to tlie important fact that
his stock of Spring and Summer goods now in is the largest ,
finest and best assortment to be found in McCook. He guar
antees a fit and his prices are most reasonable. Opposite
Frees & Hocknell Lumber Yard.
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