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ALWAYS THE BEST ! ALWAYS THE BIGGEST !
-Never Advertises More Than it Really Exhibits !
Ev rj Act , Wsigoii Cage , Car. Animal and Tent Brand New.
Endless in New Novelties ! Limitless in New Features !
Bigger Than The Miggest ! Better Than The Best !
Coming in its 0\vii Great Special Built Railroad Train !
RAILROAD SHOWS I
3-JIG 0IR0USES ! 3 BIG RIDGS !
_ , .
t 's"f i V ' -v- \ -Sr Zzu *
jigL f flrPf
1 , 2 , 4 and G-Horae Equestrian Pe.-its !
Flying Acts ! Contortion Brothers Act !
Club Acts ! Jugglers !
Caledonian Sports !
Grotesquists' Acts !
JINNETTE , The Greatest of Long Skirt Dancers !
The Pastimes. Sports and Games of the Ancient
Roman Hippodrome !
'Two and Four-Horse Chariot Eaces ! Male Flat Races !
.Standing Races ! Female Jockey Races !
Elephant and.Camel Ra-es ! Male and Female Hurdle Races !
' ) \ MflR FQ Itemed and Ridden
by One Man !
Pony Races ! Sack Races !
Man Against Horse llnces !
Monkey Races !
Fast Spintcrs in Special Contest !
Trapeze Acts ! Mid Air Sensations !
Ladder Acts ! Sensational Female Acts !
High Wire Acts ! Rope Races !
Bicvcust > ! Skaters.
DOUBLE 5 HorseTandemJllce !
' 5-foot Hurdle
Wheel-barrow Races !
Pick Wild West Races !
Children's Races !
Sulkey Races !
TWO - COLOSSAL - MENAGERIES !
Zebras , Lious , Tigers , Leopards , Hyenas , Pumas-
Pair Royal Bengal "Tigers. - Flock of Ostriches.
Ehinocerous , White Bears , Elaiids , Sea Lions , Seals , Horned
Horses and 1,500 Race and Costly Aimals.
Be in linel Secure good locations to see the
GRAND GALA DAY FREE STREET PARADE.
Sis Bands ! Sir Tableau Wagons ! Fife and Drum Corps ! Goibedecked Cages , Dens
and Lairs ! .Thirty Mounted Ladies ! Male and Female Jockies ! Tandem Teams !
Roman Cnarlots ! Long line of Elephants. Camels , Water Bufaloes , &c.
i _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
ONE BAT ONLY. - Doors ° Pen * and 7 < M
All Railroads sell Cheap Excursion Tickets to the Big Show !
THE STARS AND STRIPES.
Tlmy arc Placed Close to the North I'olo
by the 1'cary Expedition.
WASHINGTON , Sept 13. The stars
and stripes have been planted at the
two points nearest the North Pole yet
reached by civilized man. The navy
department to-day received the fol
lowing telegram from Lieutenant
Peary at St Johns , Newfoundland :
United States navy claims highest
discoveries on Greenland "east coast ,
Independence bay 82 degrees north
latitude. 34 degrees west longitude ;
discovered July 4 , 1892. Greenland ice
cape ends south of Victoria.
The hightest point heretofore at
tained on the east coast is about 75 or
,77 degrees and was made by Holdenby ,
a German ; the highest point on the
west coast was 83 , made by Lockwood
and Brainerd of the Greely expedition.
Naval officers are delighted at the suc
cess of Lieutenant Peary and his tele
gram was received with much pleasure.
Illinois Catholics In rolltlcs.
CHICAGO , Sept 13. At all the Cath
olic churches in Illinois yesterday tha
priests read from the altar a long pas
toral signed by the archbishop of Chicago
cage and the bishops of Peoria , Belle
ville and Alton , strongly denouncing
the Edwanls compulsory education
law and calling upon Catholic voters to
enforce the demand for its repeal.
This is the first authorized utterance
of the church in this state on- the ed
ucation matter and is taken to mean
that Catholics of Illinois will join the
Lutherans as they did in Wisconsin in
the fight against state interference in
New Money for the Veterans.
WASHINGTON , Sept 13. An order
has been issued by Mr. Leech , the di
rector of the mint , to Colonel Bosby-
sheil , superintendent of the Philadel
phia mint , to have coined at once
5100,001in silver half dollars for use.
in Washington during the Grand Army
encampment The purpose is to enable
the visitors in the city at the time of
the Gr d Army encampment to ex
change their worn out small change
Postal Clerks in Session at St. Louis.
ST. Louis , Mo. , Sept 13. The na
tional association of postal clerks met
here in annual session in the govern
ment building to-day. Postmaster
Harlow delivered an address of wel
come to the delegates and after the ap
pointment of a working committee the
convention adjourned until the after
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL.
Kobbers blew open a safe at St
Jacob , 111. , and secured 15 cents.
Charles Wilson was shot and killed
in a St. Louis crap dive. Both are
J. M. Hapwood of Kearney , Neb. , is
dead. He was punched in the eye with
an umbrella by Dr. G.V. . Kern.
The latest trust is a deal between
the sugar combines and the wholesale
grocers to maintain prices on sugar.
Much anxiety is felt for the health
of Premier Abbott of Canada. His
nervous system is said to be breaking-
The Missouri state association of
Mexican veterans will meet in reunion
at Keytesville , Chariton county , Sep
tember 15 and 1G.
The Broth ii-hood of Street Eailway
men are holding their first convention
in Indianapolis. A national organiza
tion is to be formed.
W. L' Greer , aged 8 ( ? , and his wife ,
aged 82 , celebrated their sixty-fifth
wedding anniversary near Mount Vernon -
non , I1L , with 2,000 guests.
Jake Sanborn wanted in Atchison
county , Mo , for horse stealing , was
arrested and turned over to the Mis
souri officers at Beatrice , Neb.
An effort is to be made to have the
governor of Massachusetts release
Lizzie Borden on bail. Competent
lawyers say that the governor cannot
.The purchase of the Emmet villa
near Albany , N. Y. , by Senator Hill is
said to be for the establishment of
state lieadquarters for New York
The river coal operators of Western
Pennsylvania have reduced the mining
rate half a cent a bushel and shut
down the mines until the 7,000 r n
The fifth annual convention and re
union of veterans of the regular army
and navy will be held in Detroit , Mich. ,
September 21. Elaborate preparations
have been made.
The lead and zinc sales of Southwest
Missouri and Southeast Kansas last
week aggregated § 82,000.28. Accumu
lated lots were disposed of though
prices were no higher.
The house of Miles Rockford , a
farmer living near Osage City , Kan. ,
was struck by lightning Saturday and
his younge daughter killed and two
other persons seriously shocked.
T. S. Miller has been appointed re
ceiver of the bank of Crete , Neb. , the
president of which , Henry Stephens ,
is missing. There were only S200 in
the vault The liabilities are § 90,000.
Nearly 100 delegates have arrived in
Indianapolis to attend the convention
for the purpose of considering a re
organization of the Iron Hall. The
movement is set on foot by the anti-
The heads of the locomotive
engineers , brakemen's union , brother
hood of conductors and other railroad
organizations are in conference in
Philadelphia over the status of labor
affairs on the Reading road.
The Catholic hierarchy of the ec
clesiastical province of Chicago has
established a Catholic newspaper , the
New World , which is to be the official
organ of the church within the limits
of the archdiocese of Chicago.
Younger Adams was found guilty of
njurder in the fourth degree and sen
tenced to four years im the peniten
tiary lor , ho murder of Patrick
Rounds , by the circuit court , now in
session at Huntsville , Randolph coun
ty , Mo.
Chilian naval officers are looking
forward with much interest to the
visit of thoAmeriqan ( warships , under
'the command' Admiral Gherardi.
They soy thby yrlll be glad to
, the United States .officers on friendly
terms now -hat' Minister "Efra.ii and
Keeps the scalp
clean , cool , healthy.
which has become
thin , faded , or gray.
Dr. J. C. &
. . . Ayer Co.
Lowell , Mass.
No person should Iravi \v'tlout I : a box of
Ayer's Pills : : is n snfi- > p i-i'y remedy for con-
tipation : unl all im-ejil.-ritk-s of the stomach
and bowels , they lii\v no cctial. ] and , being
skillfully Mit't'f conlri ! . aic pleasant to take ,
and long retain their virtues- .
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
first publication August. SGili. 180. .
Ily virtm or no order o'sule ! direeji-d \ < > o'c
from the district court tit I led Wliimv cmim .
Nebraska , on a judunu ot otiiaiued In ! ! <
Hon. U. T.elcy. . .ititlj-e ol 'he ilicluel court
of tiedv lllow coiinit , Ni linit-i > ! i. i-n the ( iih
day ot June. IMC. in In or . .t Mull Km.at <
plaintills. mid ; i'iiiMrl .li.fcph llnozt * us de
fendant lor the Mini ol sixty-nine do.lais und
twenty live cuiitt. [ fC.2o" ! | and o > < ; i > tn.\e < ! at
$33 i-8 and accrnintr rot-is I have levied upon
the lullou'injr real eat lit etui-en an the propel ty
ot ria > d di leniiant tosaiisM hai'l deeice. to-wit :
soul li hall Southwell quarlei see. ! . .toii.hip
1 , north of rimtru 'JO. west Cth J' . M. in Kid
Willow county. Nelnaska. ai d will olltrihc
same for 5ali : to lhelil : he-i bidder l > r riit.li
in hand , on the lUli ilav of Septemtn r A I ) .
1SD2. inlront of the couth door ot the conit
house , in Indiannlii. NebriKi.a , that tiring the
Ijlllldin-r wlieri'JK Ilie hihl term ot court war-
held , at the hoiu i.f 1 i.vinuk. P.M. . of said
day , when ai > di heie < ! tif aiiendiince uill be
givren by the uudi ihifrjied.
Dated August 24th. 'Sti. !
13. It. It.SK - . Hierill'of said Cmiiity.
First pulilK-iuiiiii September : .M.
By virtue of an order olalp din otrd to mi-
from thcdiPtriut eont ul lied W.llou county.
Nel > r. hii. on a jndmnrnl ohtamcil dolnrc
Hon. . ; . K. Coelitan. jinl f ! tiniistn < t eoni t
Of Ited Willow cotinii. Xi-tiiisUa oil thfc uili
liy of Oetol'i r. 1MH. ol lamcil n decree in lav-
Or'of AIIIOI Mill ] as phun'il)1. and ii iiiti < i. Sam
uel A. bhatlrr inn ! S riih .1. Shaffer , as ( h-U-no-
Mils , lor thisMiir "f I IH'thoiiwind ai-wn hiin-
rired iiiiu * ilnllais umi niiict.v'lirriCCIUB. .
CH.7119 SKii nnd c .si luxi i it § > iliS anil iici'in-
il'M" eoStf. I luuc Irvicil upon ihe ! limvin < r
icul estnii' t iken Htin - : nuier'ol | . siiiil lie-
reiidtint tnsiMitsl'\ . llll ( liM-i-fi- . t < wit : N.E H
Se < - lil.'l p o N < > l Ki'iiaiW : } V. iif tin' Oili
P. At. in lf < l W il'i-w iiiiiit > Nfhrteka , nnd
wilt ntlVr HIP siim - Im sale to tinln hebt
biddt r. l"ie > i h I. ml. UK the thud day m
October. A. D 189J. in fi.'iit ul tin * smith door
ol tin-cuiiri h'H.sf in Ii'ilnu i.ln. r.'cl'r.i ka.
that ' . ' u tinIm liiiiiir u In ii-iii tin * uib-i li-i m
ol ciuiiiiisheiii.tit ihehoiir ot one oVIocl. .
P. M. . ul Mfd d . when iinii uj-eie due at-
tfndanc'i- will tie'jrixi- " t-\ nndersisni-il
tinted Anirnst : ilst. 189- .
i ; . U. HAM- Sheriff of bml : fofinty.
l > y virtue ol'an order ot sale diiected to me
I'lom ihe District com tot lied Willow fminti.
Neliraskii. on a judgment olitaint-il ln-tnie
Hon. 1) . T. Welly , judge ol the u.striei court
of H-d Willmv ( sniinly. Ni'biasiKti. on the ( ith
day of.innc , JS'J ' .obtained a dcciee in favur
of Churli'S O. White , receiver ot the tlnii > t"
Dawe.s 6c K'iss as plaintiil's. aim ntraini-t ] ria M.
Ftek.et.al.asdelendanis fortltohiimol twentj-
three dollars and til ty uems < $23oO ) . and costs
taxed at W8 Ii8 and j.eerninjr costs. 1 have
levied upon the lollowiiifr real estate talteii as
the property of said defendant to satisfy snid
decree , town : Southwest quarter of section
twiMitj-three. township three , i.ortli ot rjinire
-iity-pi.T. . west of theCth 1' . M in Hed Wil
low county , Nehraskii. anil u ill offer the hame
I'd i MII | > to the highest bidder , lorciish in liand ,
on the 1'Jth day of September.A.D.ISU3in front
of the south door of the C"urt house in Indi-
unolH. Neb. , that beinjr the hiiildint , ' wherein
the last lei m of court was held , at the hour of
one o'clock P. M. of said day. when and where
due attendance will be given by the under
Dated August 17th , 3t'J2.
E. It. BANKS , Sheriff of Said County.
First Publication SeptemberSd. 1892.
LAND OFFICE AT MCUOOK.NEB. . i
AUKUSt 27,1893. f
Notice is hereby jriven that the following-
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim ,
and that said proof will be made before IJesr-
ister or Iteceiver at McCook , Nebraska , on
Saturday , Octobers. 18'J2. viz :
EGBERT H. EVEKIST ;
F. E. D. R. No. C839 for the S. E. U Sec. 25. T. 1.
N. of U. 29. W. of the Cth P. JI. lie names the
following-witnesses to prove his continuous
residence upon and cultivation of. said land ,
viz : Geor-re B. Morgan. Joel B. Dolph. .lames
W. Leisure and Seth T. Parson , all of Dan-
bftry. Nebraska. .1. P. LINDSAY. Register.
First publication September 0.1892.
In the districtcourt of Hed Willow comity.
Nebraska. .1. Lowell Moore , trustee , plaintiff ,
VP. William Kelpli , Rebecca .1. Itelpli , John W.
Kern. Leonora V. Kern. Itufus M. Snuve'y.
Snrnli Suavely and William A. Judd , defend
ants. John W. Kern. Leonora V. Kern. Uufus
M. Suavely. Sarah Bnavely and William A.
Judd , non-resident defendants , will take no
tice thar on t1iaefirhth day of Sept. . A. U. 1892.
plninlitr lit-wiii tiled his petition in the district
court of Hed Willow county. Nebraska ,
against the defendants , tlie object and prayer
of which are to foreclose u certain 2ortgnsre
executed by the defendants William Helpb
and Rebecca J. Itelpli to plnintifT's assignee ,
the Dakota Mortgage Loan Corporation , upon
the east halftho , south east quarter and the
north west quarter of the south east quarter
of section twenty-five [ 251 , in township onel ( ) .
north of range thirty ( iJOKwent , in Hed Willow
county. Nebraska , to Pecuro the imvinnnt of a
certain inortiriiKO bond of flJOO. dated Sept. 1.
1887. and ton inteiest coupon notes of $10.50
each , dated Sent. 1.1887. and that there Is now
due upon said bond' , interest coupons and
taxes paid by plaintiff under the terms of
said mortgage , the rium of $411.60. with inter
est nt ten 'per ' cent , ftom this date , for which
sum , with costH , plaintiff prays for a decree
that the defendants be required to pay'tho
samov or'tbat said premises may be gold'to
satisfy the nmpuntfound ; duo.
You aroreq"ulredvto answer said petition on
or before Monday , the 17th day of Odtober , A.
Vj 'jt5 PlWl'tfV rf l 'f '
JpatcdJSeptomhor.8 , l&p. , , .
1 ti su-T.i * JJOWKI ! MOOIIE , trustee.
_ , .tt ! B V
Chamberlain's Eye & Skin Ointment.
A cprtnln cure for Chronic Sore KveO'c 'IT.
Suit libitum. Scald Head. Olil t'lnonlo Snrcs.
Fever Sores. Eczemn. Itch. Prairie crutches.
Sore Nipples and Plica. It Is coollntr n l
Boothlnjr. II urid roils of cases liavu licun c tired
hy it utter all otlutr tronitnant hud fulled. It
IB put up \ 25 and CO con I boxes. For sale liy
George M. Clioni'r.\ . NovJJO-lyenr.
WHEKEAS. A joint resolution wns ad opted
l > y tlm t.ffrisliiUiro ol' the Statu of Nebraska
t Ihe twenty-second sopBion thereof , and up-
proved April till ) . A. I ) . 1MI. proposing an
ami-ndiiient to socliun ulneO ( ) of article ulvlit
(8) ( ) . or the constitution oTaulil ttntiHIM ! that
said Hcction HB amended shall rviui IIP i < i | | wr < .
SKCTION 1. All funds l > t'l < Hi > rliijri < > tin * stn
for edueiitlonal purposes , the intereni HIM ! In
come wlioM-of only an : to hi * used , shall be
deemed trust lumlH held liy I he stall- , and thu
stiiio nhall Hiinply all IOHSCH thereof tlmt mtiy
in any inanrier wi-nio. no that the siiniu sliull
remain loiever invluiiiiianil iindlinlnlshod.
nnd shall not lie invented or lonned except on
United StnH'H or Stale seenrltli-a.or reirii-tered
county tionds. \ - registered school district
bonds of ihis slate , mid gucli funds with the
interests and inroiiif tnereol. iue hereby
solemnly pledged Cmilic purpost'P for which
they are ( rrnnted nnd set apart , and eliall not
be irniiMcrrecl to an > - other hind tor other
SKCTION 2. At sueh election on the ballot
cfpiicli elector voting for oriiirnitiRtthiH pro
posed amendnieiit shall li" written or printed
the words : ' 'For proposed amendnieni in the
constitution rchttini ; to permanent t-elnx.l
tund. " nnd "Against said proro8ed ai-i.-nd
merit to the constitution relating in p'-rmn-
nentschool fund. "
SEC. . ' ! . II such amendment snail beapprov
ed by a majority ol all the electors votintr "t
such election , said proposed amendment sluiil
constitute section nine (9 ( ; of iirliclo eiuht (
of the constitution of the Slate of Nebraslia.
Therelore I. James E. llo.\d. Governor of
the State ot Nehrnska. do hereby j-'K'e notice
in accordance with section ( I ) article nevei
teen (17) ( . ol the constitution and the provi
sions of an acti-nlitled "An act to provide the
manner of propoKinjr till amendments to the
constitution and submitting the same to the
electors ot the sniie. " Approved February
loth , A. I ) . 1877. tlMl fciliil propiiM'il amend-
incut will be submitted to tlie qualitled voters
ot thiH state for approval or rejection at th <
; 'cnbritl election to be held on the 8th day of
November. A. D. 189 , ' .
IN WITNKSS WIIKK 1:0 K , T have lieieunto set
in ) hand and caused 1o be alli.Yed the grunt
benl of the state of Nebraska.
Done at. Lincoln thisiitlth iliiv of .July. A. IX
U)2and ! ) the 20th year ol the tate. and ol the
Independence of the United Stntes the one
hundred and t-cvcntcenth.
[ SEAL ] .IAMES E. IIOYD.
Hy the Governor.
JOHN C. AMiKN , Secretary of Slate.
WHEKEAS. A resolution wasudopted by the
Legislature of tlie slate of Nebraska at tlie
Twenty-second session thereol. itnd ii | > privrd
ApriMth , A. IX Ifc'Jl. piopnsuig mi amciid-
lucnt to Section One (1) ( , ot Article 1'ivc i5) ) , ol
the constitution ot fcaid state , tinil that s-aul
section as amended shall re-id as follow. * , to-
MtCTiON 1. ( Officers. ) The executive de
partment slnill consist ot : i governor , lieiHi.-n-
niit governor , seuiutar > nt state , auditor of
puhli. ; account ? , treasurer , superintendent , of
pub.'ic instruction , attorney uviioral , comtuis-
sioner ol public- lands and buildings and three
railroad connnissioneis , whose poxveis and du
ties shall lie such as may lie prescribed t y law.
The tirst named eis-'ht (8) ) ollicers shall hold
ollice lor the term of two years from the first
ThiirMlny after tiie lirst Tuesduy -January
next alter Ins election , and until his suecet-s-
or is elec'ed and qualified : PKOVIDKD , now-
KVKII. Tim ! tlie llrst election of said llrst eight
nanu-d ollicers shall tie held on the Tuesday
Mice-ceding the ttiRt Mondiiv in November.
ib&J. and each succeeding election shall beheld
at the sumo relative time in each even jcar
theienfter. The thieu last ininied ollicers or
railroad cnmmfcHotiers shall be elected h % the
electors of the state at large , and their terms
of oflice , except of the = e chosen t the llrst
election , as hereinafter provided , shall be
three years. The HIM election lor railroad
comnnsHoneis shall he held on the Tuesdi
succeeding tile lltst Monday in Novenilirr.1893.
and shall be held at the same ieliii\e tune
in each succeeding year Thy i ailroad conimis
sioners shall , immediately alter the tlr-st r-aid
election in WM. bu cl.issiUed by lot. sot hut one
shall holil his ollice lor the teunof oin- year ,
one for tlie teim ot two years , and one lor the
term of three years. No person shall tie eligi
ble to the ollirc or'i i ailroad eomin ssioner who
be in the etnplcn ot any common currier , or
tlie owner of any railroad bonds or stuck , erin
in any manner whatever pecuniarily interest
ed in any railroad company. The governor ,
secretary of thestate. railroad commissioners ,
auditor of public accounts and ticasurer shall
reside nt the seat of government during their
term of oilico and keep the public records ,
books and papers there , and shall perform
sucti duties as may be required by law ; PRO
VIDED. HOWEVKII , ALSO. That the governor
shall appoint three railroad commissioners
who shall hold the.r ollice until their success
ors are elected and qualified as provided here
SEC. 2. That each person voting in favor
of this amendment shall have written or print
ed upon his ballot the following : "For the
proposed amendment to/the constitution 're
lating to executive officers ? '
Therefore , I , .lames E. Royd. Governor of
the State of Nebraska , do hereby give notice
in accordance with section one (1) ( ) . article sev
enteen (17) ( ) . of the constitution and the provi
sions of the act entitled "An act to provide
the manner of proposing all amendments to
the constitution and submitting the stime to
the electors of the state. * ' Approved Febru
ary 13th. A. D. 1877. that said proposed amend
ment will be submitted to the qualified voters
of this state for approval or rejection at the
general election to bo held on the 8th day of
November. A. 1) . 1892.
IN WITNESS WIIKKKOF. I hereunto set my
hand and cause to be nllixod the great seal of
the State of Nebraska.
Done at Lincoln this 20th day of July. A. T ) .
1802. and the 20th year of the State and of Hie
Independence of the United States the one
hundred nnd seventeenth.
[ SEAL ] JA.MES E. DO YD.
By the Governor.
J. C. ALLEN. Secretary of State.
[ First publication August 12,1892. ]
LAND OFFICE AT McCooK , NKB. , i
August 11.1892. f
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final live year proof in support of his
claim , and that said proof will be made before
Register or Receiver at McCook. Nebraskaon
Saturday , September 17.1892 , viz :
VALENTINE BOGLE ,
on II. E. No. 7437 fc r the E. V of S. W. & and
W.i of S. E. J section 12 , town. 4 , north
Hauge 29 , W. Cth P. M. He names the follow
ing witnesses to proove his continuous resi
dence upon , and cultivation of , said laud , viz :
Jesse Jngel , Enoch A. Sexson and Henry Wi-
nans. of Box Elder , Neb. , and Edward Lakin ,
Indianola , Neb. J. P. LINDSAV , Register.
[ First publication August 12.1892.1
LAND OFFICE AT MCCOOK , NEB. .
August 11,1892. f
Notic * is hereby given that the following-
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final pre-emption proof in support of
his claim , and that said proof will be made be
fore Register or Receiver at McCook. Nebras
ka , on Saturday , September 17th , 1892 , viz :
UHARLES II. TAYLOR ,
on Pro. D. S. No. 0137 for the E. / of S. W. 14
section 7. t'w'p 4. N. Range 28. W.Cth P.M.
He names the following ; witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon , and cultiva
tion of. gaid land , viz : Valentino Bogle , .lisse
Inge ! and James Kinghorn. ot Box Elder. Ne
braska. a ; < d Samuel Hoagland , of Indlauola.
Nebraska. J. P. LINDSAY. Register.
First publication August,26th , 1892.
LAND OFFICE AT'MCCOOK , NEB. . ( .
Auc-ustSotb , 1892. f
Notice ia hereby given that the following-
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final five year proof in support of bis
claim , and that said proof will be made before
Register or Receiver at McCook , Nebraska
on Saturday , October 1,1892 , viz :
JOHN T. FOLEY ,
H. E. No. 7704 for the W. H N. E. and N. W.
ii S. E. KandS. E. X N.E. Jfof section 13 , in T.
5. N. of JL30. w. ofc-tbeeth-'p. . M. He names
the following witnesses tajjrovo. Jila canUriu-
ous residence upon , advcultivation of Bald
land , vfoy. Jfels Swanson , fend Nelb P. Bdtfon.
of Osborn. NebrwHa. 8cqtWA Bennett , "of
8uIkVrSbrau8llll'1aJ ? ! Kfk6 of Mc
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A. J. JUTTKNHOUSK.C. . H. BOYM.
ATTOKNKYS - AT - LAW ,
J. K. KBLLBY ,
AT - :
ATTORNEY - : -
AGKNT LINCOLN LAND CO.
.Mci'OOK. - - NEBKASKA.
: In rear of First National Bank.
HUGH W. COLE , LAWYER ,
MCCOOIC , NEBBASKA.
l practice in all courts. Cotnmoroli. .
m l corporation law a specialty. Money to
iniii. Kooms 4 and f old First National bid b' .
SNA'VELY & PHILLIPS ,
Attorney and Counsellors at Law ,
i'tr I'ractlc&ln.iheSUateand Federal Courts.
B. B. DAVIS ,
PHYSICIAN ANT ) SURGEON
" 'MOCOOK. XEIWASKA.
; # " < > KKICK HOIIKS : U n > II.a.m..2to.land
; ii. 'i. 11. in Hi'OiMH nvr F rVutionill bank.
A. T. RICE , .VI. D. ,
PHYSICIAN AKIi SURGEON.
I have located permanently in McCook ,
Neh. All calls answered promptly by day or
night , in the city orcountry. Special attention
given to diseases of children. Office over
Lowman's store , south of Commercial Hotel.
Office hours from S a. in. to 8 p. m. Residence
in the "grout" house.
CHASE CO. LAND & LIVE STOCK CO.
Koraei branded en loft hip or > eft shoulder.
P.O. address , Imperial.
Chase County , and Beat-
irlco , Neb. Kango. Stink-
flnjr Water "and French
man oreeks , Chase Co. ,
Brand as out on aide of
some animals , on hip and
Bides of some , or any
where on the animal.
J. S. McBRAYER ,
McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
and Safe Moving a
Specialty. Orders for Draying left
at the Huddleston Lumber "Vard
will receive prompt attention-
. . ,
MERCHANT - TAILOR
OF MCCOOK ,
For Good Tailoring , has not got the largest
shop this side of Hastings but he has got the
Largest and Best stock 'of Cloths and Trim
mings this side of Hastings , which be will fur
nish cheaper than any other tailor for the
same kind of goods. Shop 3 doors west of the
f i' .
Mulley Herfords , Durhams , Jerseys ,
And any other breed easily obtained
Dean's Dehorning Pencil !
It never fails. Satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded. For testimonials and fur
ther information see circular. Price 50 cents.
Dealer In Harness. Saddlery and Turl Goods ,
Mccook , Neb. Light track harness a specialty.
I "Will A-voId
Prnnde and Kocu < Medical
Institute * 'by going to the
DR. HENDERSON ,
1 02 & 1 04 W. HINTH STREET/
KANSAS CITY , MO.
AHeyular Graduate In
Medicine. Over 26 yearj
practice 12 in Chicago.
THE or.UEST IT AQE.
and tONOE8TI.OCATEJ > .
Authorized by the State to treat Chronic. Nerrons
and " Special Diseases. " Seminal Weakness. ( HIOHT
I.OSSES ) , Sexual Debility < LOSSO SBXD-AIPOWEKX
KcrrousDebnity.PolBoned Blood. Ulcers and Sirelfc
ings of every kind. Urinary and Kidney Disease * etc.
Cares Guaranteed or Money Refunded.
Charge * Iiow. Thousands of cae * cared
every year. Experience is important. No mer
cury or Injurious medicinensed. . No time lost
from business. Patients at a distance treated by
mall and express. Medicines sent everywhere frea
from gaze or breakage. State your casa and send
for terms. Consultation free and confidential , per-
onallyorby letter. For particulars see
II A AI7 Foa BOTH , 8EXES.-80 Pages
K | II I full ot descriptive pictures , sent
v WIm sealed In plain envelope for Gc. la
stamps. N. B. This book contains SECRETS and
useful knowledge which ohonld be read by every
male from 15 to 45 years of ace and keptnnder
lock and key. FREE MUSEUM OF AX AT
OMY replete -with a thousand Interesting speci
mens. Including the celebrated French Maalldn
uhleh alone cost ovortOOO. For Men Only.
THE 88EATJHRKISH IHEQMATIC.CUBE.
A rosmr * cs&x MB BHXCTUTIBX. so.
for any case this treatment falls to 1
cure or help. Greatest dlscoverrlnl
annuls of medicine. One dose give * 1
'relief : few doses removes fever add I
pain In Joints ; Cure completed in a -
few days. Send statement of cue with stamp tat
Circulate. W. HEMDEBSON , KANSAS CITY , MO.
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