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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1892)
A lIGlf OLD TIME.
A STOR. IN THE FRENCH
CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES.
THREE DUEL CHALLENGES ISSUED.
High Government Olllcials Charged With
Unblushing Jjrlbery In Conniption
With the raimma Canal .scandal
Member * Cull Each Other
Thieves UouliiMglst.H Make
PAHIS , Nov. 23. There was a scene
of wild excitement yesterday in the
chamber of deputies. ,1 ules Delehaye ,
the Boulangist deputy from Chinon
raised the question of the Panama
He denoumed the government in the
severest language , stating that the
authorities had wholly neglected their
duty , and had permitted the gravest
and most colossal crimes to go unpun
ished. He demanded that justice be
done speedily , and that the men of in
fluence and wealth , accumulated by
fraud , be brought to exposure and
There was a clamorous scene while
Delehaye was speaking , some applaud
ing and others denouncing his utter
ances. Angry recriminations fol
lowed , and deputies charged eajh
other in express terms with a/lesire to
protect the guilty. One speaker
claimed he could point out men in the
chamber who had shared in the spoils.
A dozi-n deputies rose in an excited
manner to ask whom he meant. The
answer was lost in the clamor and con
fusion.Members shook their fists in
each others faces and several tried to
climb the tribune at once. The presi
dent rapped for order , but nobody
seemed to heed. The melee wah more
general and disgraceful than any wit'
nessed in the chamber during the pres
ent republic. Deputies called each
other thieves and followed the insult
ing words with a challenge to the
No less than three challenges were
given for duels. M. Alexis de Launey ,
moderator and deputy for Eeauvais ,
challenged Antoine Germaine , deputy
for Trevoux and member of the Left
Center ; Boissy d'Anglais , member from
Ardeche , challenged M. Delehaye , and
Paul Deroulede , the noted Boulangist ,
challenged M. Ilubbaod , of Seine-et-
Pise , anti-Iioulangist
It was a bitter struggle and the first
really signal demonstration of the
Boulangists since the downfall of
their party. It was useless for the
government to oppose the onset , and
so the ministry yielded by consenting
to the appointment of a preliminary
commission to inquire into the charges
of corruption in connection with the
Panama canal , and especially the
charges affecting the public officials ,
members of the chamber and others
connected with the public service.
The commission is to be named to
day and will begin the inquiry
forthwith. It is rumored that gigan
tic scandals will be unearthed 4and
that other suicides may be looked for
in addition to Baron de Reinach , who
was one of the men deeply involved in
the alleged scandals. The baron left
an immense fortune of about 300,000-
oOO francs , much of it accumulated in
There is great excitement in Paris ,
and the scene in the chamber of depu
ties and the Panama inquiry are the
leading subjects of discussion every
where. The police are said to be
keeping a quiec surveillance over sev
eral wealthy men mentioned in con
nection with the Panama frauds , and
who are suspected of a design to leave
France in order to escape prosecution.
TO DIVIDE KANSAS.
A Humor That Politicians Arc Figuring
on Ano ther New State.
TOPEKA , Kan. , Nov. 23. It was an
nounced yesterday that a number of
leading Republican politicians of
Western Kansas had organized for the
purpose of dividing Kansas into two
states. The matter will be urged upon
the Kansas legislature at the coming
session , and it is believed that body
will favor the plan.
A committee of Democrats and Re
publicans will go to Washington early
in the session and lobby for the
scheme. The object is to make a Re
publican state out of the western coun
ties and leave the Populists in control
of the eastern counties.
They propose to divide the state on
the west line of Jewell , Mitchell , Lin
coln , Ellsworth , Rice , Reno , Kingman
and Harper counties , making West
Kansas 200 miles square. The vote of
this part ofthe state at the recent
election shows a Republican majority
of 5,01)0 , and if the scheme goes
through they figure on population
sufficient for three congressmen , who
they claim will be Republican no
matter how the new state is districted.
Perkins , member from Finney county -
ty , and one of the originators of the
scheme , is making his canvass for
speaker on this issue and the further
fact that the West saved the house to
THE VOTE OF MISSOURI.
After Many Days the Official Count Is
at Ia8t In.
JEFFERSON-CITV , Mo. , Nov. 23. The
returns from the recent election in
this state have at last been received.
They show that all the Democratic
nominees were elected. Mr. Cleve
land's plurality is ov r 41,000. The
vote for Governor is as follows :
Stone , 205,154 ; Warner , 235424 ; Leon
ard , 37,202. For judge of supreme
court division No. 2 , Judges Sherwood
and Burgess , Democrats , are elected.
The official vote .is : Sherwood , 266-
260 ; Burgess , 205,735 ; Shirk , 204.817.
Mlown Up With Dynamite.
SEAHCV , Ark. , Nov. 2 3.-The jewelry
store of A. A. Ballard was blown up
dynamite , causing a loss of 85,000.
dollars' damage Ihe build
ing thousand of JCrow was destroyed by
fire at the same time.
ALL PARIS MADLY EXCITED.
The Panama Canal ScundulCUIMC
i Nnniiitlon * In the Gay Capital.
PAKIS. Nov. 23. The sudden death
of Baron Reinach , one of the' wealth
iest men of France , and one of the
most deeply concerned in the Panama
canal venture , under such circum
stances as to make it more than prob
able that , he committed sui-
ceid , added to the excitement
caused by the mad scenes in
the chamber of deputies yesterday.has
stirred Paris to a greater extent than
at any time since the last war. Every
one looks for the exposure of gigantic
scandals and a series of sensational
smokies of men concerned in the Pan
ama bubble is confidently expected.
The speech of Deputy Jules De la
Ilaye , Boulanght from Chinon , gave
the strongest hint of the scandals to
be expected in connection with the
canal investigation and caused a grand
sensation , which was still' further in
creased when the announcement was
made that Reinach , who was referred
to by the deputy as "the evil genius of
the Panama company , " had died sud
denly from apoplexy.
Reinach was the head center of a
syndicate of press and parliamentary
wire pullers for the Panama canal
company , who are charged with hav
ing got away with nearly S16,0d,000 : )
of Panama canal funds. He had de
stroyed all compromising letters , but
a book containing copies is known to
have been stolenand under the French
law copies are held to be as good as
the originals. The day before his
death he was' summoned before the
court of appeals with De Lesseps and
others , but he had been examined by
a magistrate and was greatly worried
thereby and at the possibility of being
again examined. Besides being a
great business man he Was an accom
plished musician. Just before his
death he was engaged in composing a
ballet for an opera.
The report that Baron Reinach died
from apoplexy is generally disbe
lieved. The family refuses to allow
the police commissionary to view the
remains. The baron had a hobby for
studying painless poisons , to which , it
is alleged , he fell a victim. The theo
ry of murder may be dismissed as
without the range of probability.
At a plenary meeting of the Repub
lican members of the chamber of dep
uties to-day it was deided that the
commission to inquire into the af
fairs of the Panama canal company
should consist of 23 Republicans , 9
Conservatives and 1 Boulangist.
The summons issued to M. de Les
seps and other defendants charge
them with having by meanj of fraudu
lent tactics , and with the view
to inducing belief in the
existence of a chimerical event
and imaginary credit , dissi
pated moneys raised by issues of
stocks entrusted to them for a deter
mined use , thus swindling others out
of their fortunes.
It is reported this afternoon that
M. de Lesseps is very ilL
THE PROSECUTION A FARCE.
No Case Made Out Against an Alleged
Interstate Commerce Law Violator.
CHICAGO , Nov. 23. In the United
States district court to-day the case of
the United States against Thomas
Miller , the first of the many cases
against Messrs. Swift , Egan , Spriggs
and the commercial magnates and rail
road officials under indictment for violating
lating the anti-discrimination clause
of the interstate commerce law , was
called. An imposing array of counsel
was present both for the government
and the defendant.
The defense waived an address to
the jury and the examination oi
witnesses was at once begun , the firsl
being Thomas A. Wright of the firm
of Wright & Hey , Chicago.
At the ffrst vital question the de
fense suggested that the court admonish
ish him as to his constitutional rights ,
and Judge Bunn said : "The witness
need not answer any question tending
to incriminate himself. "
After a similar experience with C.
B. Hey , the next witness , and with
others , including Vice President Peas-
ley of the Burlington road , the dis
trict attorney said with a sigh : "That
is our case. "
The court immediately instructed
the jury to find a verdict of not guilty.
District Attorney Milchrist there
upon entered a nolle pros in the cases
of Egan , Johnson , Firmenich and the
Swifts. The case against Spriggs was
continued on the ground that there
was better evidence against him. ,
Attorney Safford , who represented
the interstate commerce commission ,
said the result demonstrated the im
mediate duty of congress to change
FOUR .TRAIN MEN KILLED.
The Overland Flyer and Freight Train
Collide in 'Omaha's Yards.
OMAHA , Neb. , Nov. 23. At 10:40 this
morning a freight train which had
been doing some switching pulled out
of the yard when the overland flyer
rounded a curve and the two
trains crashed together. Both en
gines were wrecked. The bag
gage and postal cars were telescoped
and the cars piled on top of
ihe mass. The killed are : Engineer
A. J. Barrett , Engineer B. McDonald ,
Conductor J. W. Keeker , and Fireman
Dwens. Two trainmen were badly
lurt , but the passengers escaped with
out serious mishap.
Mrs. Deacon May See Her Child.
PAKIS , Nov. 23. The first chamber
of the court of appeals to-day handed
lown its decision in the Deacon case.
Fudgment was for Mrs. Deacon , and it
was ordered that the child , Gladys ,
> e returned to a convent where both
jarents should be allowed to visit her.
Deacon was ordered to pay the costs.
Hanged Before Ten Thousand People.
HUNTIXGTOK , W. Va. , Nov. 23. Al
an Harrison was hanged for the
murder of Bettie Adams , April 2 last ,
, his afternoon in a field two miles
from the jaiL" The procession to the
caff old was in carriages. . More than
0,000 people witnessed the hanging.
Against Prof. Smith.
CINCINNATI , O. , Nov. 23. The pres
bytery voted 19 ayes , 43 noes on the
motion to declare the first charge
against Prof. Smith in the heresy case
nsufficient . This makes a trial on the
first chanre certain.
BLOWN TO ATOMS.
Twrlble Explosion of Powder Twenty-
Five Kegs Let Go at Once.
STKUBENVILLK , O. , Nov. 23. A fera-
ful powder explosion occurred shortly
after noon yesterday at the Blanch
coal mine , located at the west end of
Colliers , W. Va. Twenty-five kegs of
powder exploded , causing the instant
death of three miners and the serious
wounding of eight others , three o *
whom will probably die. The names
of those who are killed are as follows :
John Poisky , Wesley Anderson , col
ored ; Michael Choker.
The explosion occurred as the men
were returning from dinner , which
was providential , for had it occurred
ten minutes later the destruc 'on of
life would have been something 7ful.
The force of the explosion was fear
ful , the ground being shaken as though
by an earthquake. Wesley Anderson's
body was blown through the air a
distance of over 100 yards. It is sup
posed that the explosion was Caused
by a piece of fuse which became
lighted in some manner and conveyed
the fatal spark to the boxes in which
the powder cans were kept.
Ticket Ofllco Koblied.
KEYTKSVILLE , Mo. , Nov. 23. The
depot at Keytesville station was
robbed yesterday morning about 3
o'clock. Two masked men entered
the waiting room and one of them
tapped on the wooden window of the
ticket office. Night Operator Baker
raised the'window , supposing some
one wanted to buy a ticket , and both
of the robbers leveled their revolvers
at the operator and told him to dis
gorge , which he lost no time doing.
The robbers secured about § 2G.
Arrested for Malpractice.
GAKDEN CITY , Kan. . Nov. 23. Dr.
Mary Cartright of this eity was ar
rested yesterday on a warrant charg
ing her with wilfully and carelessly
causing the death of Mrs. Abigail
Gregory. who died on the
10th of last month from the
effects of a dose of corrosive subli
mate administered by the doctor.
The coroner's jury at the time found
the cause of death to be criminal care
lessness through ignorance on the part
of the doctor. She gave bond for her
appearance for examination on Satur
ST. Louis , Mo. , Nov 23. The
Kn tents of Labor elected the
following officers : Grand Mas
ter Workman , T. V. Powderly ;
General worthy foreman , Hugh Cavanaugh -
anaugh ; general secretary-treasurer ,
John W. Hayes ; general executive
board T. V. Powderly , ex-officio.
chairman , A. W. Wright , John Devlin ,
John Davis and T. B. McGuire. All of
the foregoing except Mr. McGuire are
Appointments by the President.
WASHINGTON , Nov. 23. The presi
dent has appointed Manning M. Rose ,
of Ohio , to be assistant commissioner
of the general land office. He is the
present chief clerk of the offi e. Wil
liam C. Anderson , of Tennessee , the
present chief clerk of the contest di
vision , will be appointed to fill the
vacancy caused by the promotion of
Mr. Rose. Willard G. Stanley , of Ok
lahoma , was appointed as register of
the land office at Beaver , Ok.
Wheat in Store at Minne apolls.
MINNEAPOLIS , Minn. , Nov. 23. The
Northwestern Miller reports the stock
nf xvVif n.f. in nrivn.t.R fil i vn.t.nrs r\f Minne
at 1,040.000 bushels , or 62,000
bushels more than last Monday.
This gives Minneapolis and Superior
and Duluth a total of 17,404,139 bush
els , an increase for the week of 1,350-
823 bushels. A year ago the stock at
the three point : : was 10,845,000 bush
Prices were quoted as follows : No. 2
hard wheat , 5S@58 > c ; No. 3 hard wheat ,
56 @ 57J c ; No. 4 hard wheat , 54@56c ; re
jected hard wheat. 45@52c ; No. 2 red
wheat , 62@62 > c ; No. 3 red -wheat , SSgGOc ;
No.i red wheat , 54@57c
NEW COKN Seemed a little firmer , but
old corn was difficult to sell at any premi
um , particularly white corn. Shippers
were fair buyers. The local trade was
dull. Much of the new No. 3 corn sold at
33c , though a few cars with very poor
river billing sold at 3JW32 % . Closing
cash prices were : No. 2 white ,
35c ; No. 3 white , 33 > @ 31c ; No. 3 mixed ,
old , 34@34 > c ; new , 33@33 > c ; No. 3
mixed , old , 33 , < 233 > c ; new , 32a)33c ( ) ; No. 4
mixed , new , 31@32J c ; no grade quoted
nominally at 30c. Shippers paid 37c river
and 39c Memphis for No. 3 new mixed
OATS Were steady. Cash prices
were : No. 2 mixed , 2S@28) c ; No. 3 , 27@
27Kc ; No. 4. 25@26c ; No. 2 white , 30 31c ;
No. 3 white , 29a30c. , RYE Was steady ;
No. 2 , 47c ; No. 3 , at 45c :
No. t4 , at 43c. FLAXSEED Steady , 95
@ 97c , according to billing on
basis of pure ; small lots -'c less. BRAN
Steady ; 56@57c , according to billing ,
100-lb sacks. HAY Receipts , 29 cars ;
market steady. Quotations are :
Timothy , choice. S8.50 ; good , S7.50 u8 ;
clover mixed , S5@7 per ton ; fancy prairie ,
new , $7.50 ; good to choice , ? ti@7 ; low
ST. Louis , Mo. , Nov. 23. Receiptswheat ,
65,000 bu ; shipments , 34,00) bu ; corn , re
ceipts , 87,000 bu ; shipments , 13,030 bu.
Wheat November , GS c ; December , 68c ;
May , 76Kc ; cash , 6SKc. Corn November ,
39V c ; December , 3Sj c ; May , 43 c ; cash ,
J c. Oats November , 31c ; May , Goc- ;
cash , Sic.
KANSAS CITY LIVE STOCK.
IVANS AS CITY , Mo. . Nov. 23. Cattle Re
ceipts , 9,000 ; calves , 331 ; shipped yester
day , 1,871 ; calves , 210. The market gen
erally was dull ; steers weak to 10@15c
lower ; cows steady to lOc lower ; feeders
steady ; Texas cattle lower.
Dressed beef and shipping steers , § 3.30
@ 4.45 ; cows and heifers , email@example.com ; Texas
and Indian steers , $2(22.55 ( ; stockers and
feeders , $ -J@3.20 ; mixed , $firstname.lastname@example.org.
flogs Receipts , 15,621 ; no shipments.
The market opened steady and closed dull
and o@10c lower.
Sheep Receipts , 572 ; shipped yester
day , 12G. The market was steady. The
following are representative sales :
No. Wt Piica. No. Wt. Pries.
18 lambs. . 78 5 S 10mixed.l03 375
2 mut ; . . . 79 490 lOOmut. . . 87 393
3 bucks..133 275 197 U mut 93 3 65
3 Col mut. 81 363
THE WAR LORD SPEAKS.
Germany's Emperor Calls on the Itelch-
tuc to Provide for 711 ere Soldiers.
BERLIN , Nov. 23. The ceremony of
opening1 the session of the reichstag
took place in the knights' hall of the
royal palace to-day amid the utmost
pomp and splendor. Emperor William
read the speech. In referring to for
eign affairs , he said :
In view of the friendly relations with all
the.powers and the consciousness that in
pursuing a common end wo shall continue
to enjoy the effectual support of tbo allied
statcs/I cherish the hope that Germany
will not be disturbed in her peaceful en
deavor to promote her ideal economic in
terests. At the same time the dovclopment
of the military power of other European
states imposes on us the serious , nay ,
imperative duty of strengthening the
defensive capacity of the empire by thor
ough going measures. In tno iaco of thuso
developments it is only by carrying out the
tried principle of universal military service
that we may expect those qualities in our
army on which us strength and glory are
based and which will maintain for Germany
the position of honor she has occupied
among the powers in the past.
Unanimously fired with this conviction ,
the federal powers propose to you the
adoption of a bill , which , while modifying
the peace effective , renders possible the
utilization of our defensive to its full ex
tent. In this matter you will not fail to
recognize the magnitude of the sacrifice of
the nation. You believe with mo that the
necessity for sacrifice will bs in
creasingly recognized und that patriotism
of the nation will be ready to assume t.ho
burdens that must be berne for the honor
and security of the fatherland. In order
10 lighten thesa burdens so far as possible ,
the period of service in the army will be
reduced to the extreme limit which , fiom a
military punt of view , can bo con
ceded. At tiio same time , a more
extended training and the employment of
younger men for the military service * will
not only lesson the much felt inequality in
the fulfillment of military service , but will
also diminish the economic military disad
vantages arising from the older class of
men being called to serve. This class will
get more relief than they enjoy under the
In order to enable the federal states to
make budgetary provisions for the means
required to strengthen th-j army , it be
comes necessary to open up new sources of
revenue. With this object bills will be
p jiced before the bundosr.ith for the tur-
ther taxation of beer and brandy and also
for the further taxation of bourse transac
In inviting you to enter upon your labors
I know that an appeal to you that jrou con
duct your deliberations in a patriotic spirit
is not necessary. The firm will of uu na
tion to safeguard the inheritance of our
fathers , to secure peace and to prasorvo
for the fatherland its most cheris.iod pos
sessions , will , I feel convinced , lead to your
agreement to the course proposed by me
and my high allies. Should this come to
p-tss then the empire may regard the fu
ture without an anxiety , trusting in God
and its own strength.
Critchlow's Case Beiufj Argued.
PITTSBURG , Pa. , Nov. 23. In the
Critchlow Homestead strike murder
case to-day Critchlow was put on the
stand and dcsied that he fired a shot
of any kind on the morning of July 6 ,
or that he was even on the company's
grounds. Mrs. Critchlow testified that
on July 6 she reached her home at 4 p.
m. and found her husband aseep. ?
The defense rested here and the pros
ecution called several witnesses in re
buttal whose testimony was unim
portant. The law arguments were
Kurned la Their Bods.
PITTSBURG , Pa. , Nov. 23. About 4:30
o'clock this morning the house in
Sharpsburg , on the outskirts of this
city , occupied by H. E. Dannehower ,
was destroyed by fire. Dannehower
and his wife and child were burned
Shot by a Song and Dance Woman.
NEW YORK , Nov. 23. News has been
received in this city that Viola May , a
well known singer and dancer , shot
and killed a companion named Carrie
Rogers at Calispiel , Mont.
Pugilist Corbett Buys Property.
NEW YORK , Nov. 23. Champion Jim
Corbett yesterday purchased eleven
lots and a road house on Jerome
avenue , near Highbridge , for 833,000.
NEWS IN BRIEF.
Spain owes France about 4,000,000-
Arizona offers $6,000 for "Kit , " the
Apache renegade , dead or alive.
At Mount Sterling , Ala. , a merchant
waited for burglars , killed one and
William P. Anderson , a crippled
farmer , was assassinated while asleep
near Dallas , Tex.
The bride's dress burned just before
the-wedding at Marshall , Mo. , but the
festivities went on.
Squire Jones of Taney county , Mo. ,
is said to have been ordered by con
trolling Bald Knobbers to leave the
The Spanish cabinet has decided to
ask the cortesforftlSO.OOO for the Span
ish exhibition at the world's fair at
Hungarian laborers on an Ohio rail
road locked their boss in a tool chest
and were burning him when he was
The French troops under General
Dodds , have conquered Dahomey and
are now in the capital. King Behanzin
The Grand Rapids , Mich. , folding
chair and table company's factory
burned. Loss on stock , 30,000 ; on
building , § 40,000.
The Confederate veterans' associa
tion of Atlanta , Ga. , has resolved to
buy a United States flag under which
to march hereafter.
The Rev. John Brown , one of the
pioneer Methodist preachers in Illinois ,
died at Bloomington at the age of 91
years. He was a native of Virginia.
The shopkeepers of Lisbon have de
cided to close their shops for twenty- *
four hours if a British fleet visits
there in the interest of a renewal of
Catholics generally regard the de
cision reached by the Catholic arch
bishops' conference at New York as a
vindication of Archbishop Ireland's
Fairoauit school plan.
At Lotus , Ind. , arsenic was put in
the well on the Crawley farmand fail
ing to kill the family , poison was
next put in the flour barrel. Mr.
Crawley and a son have died.
The poor house of Christian county ,
Illinois , was burned and very little was
saved except an organ and a few small
things belonging to Warden Garden.
There were several narrow escapes.
M any people suffer for yen rs with trouble
some and repulsive sores , linils and eruptions ,
without ever testing the marvelous curative
propei tics of Aver's Snrsnpnriiln. The ex
periment is , certainly , worth trying. 13e sure
you } , ct Aycr's Sarsaparilln and no other.
No man who tries to accumulate a
great fortune has any mercy on himself.
I hill's I lair kencwer enjoys the confidence
and patronage of people all over the civilized
world who use it to restore and keep the hair
a natural color.
Dr. Henley's English Dandelion Tonic
cures indigestion and constipation and tones
up the entire system.
Thursday the lordly turkey had its
day. And it was all-day with the turkey.
Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Winter's chilly grasp is gradually tight
First publication October 21,1893.
LAND OFFIUK AT Mr-Coinc. NK . , ( .
OcuilicrSO. I8tt. ! I
Notice hereby jiiveii Hint tlio tollowinjr-
mimed settler has tiled notice ol her intention
to iniikc Until preemption proof in snppoit of
her eltttin. und ( hut feiiid proof will hts iniiile
liel'ore Ui-frister or Htvelver nt MeCoc It , Net ) . ,
on Saturday November : : ( > . I8'J3. viz :
ANNA M. I.UND ,
who made I' . K. IX S. G)8ti ! ) for Hie Bout Invest
quarter of see. 4 in town , 3 , N. of range 2 ! ) , W.
ol ( Jth 1 * . M. Has mimes the following wit
nesses to prove her continuous ic-Bldenee
upon , und cultivation of , mud land , viz :
Walter Hicklftitr. Kyinan S .Miller. John Show
and Henry II. Mitchell , all of McCook. Nen.
J. 1 * . LINDSAY.
FiiKt publication October : . ' ! , 18- ! ) .
LAND OFFICKAT McCnuic. NKII. . I
Notice is hrjri'b.jfiveu lliattlie following-
named settler lias tiled notice of her intention
to iiiaUe final rive year proof in support of her
claim , and that said proof will be made liefoio
Heuisler or Keetiver at McCook , Neb. , on
Saturday. November 20. 18fti , viz :
CHRISTINA L. UEBVES.
who made H. E. 5042 for the S. E. } of sec. 28.
in town. 4. N. of It. 21) ) . W. ot Gib P. M. She
names ihu following witnesses 10 prove her
continuous residence upon , and cultivation
of. said land , viz : Walter Hickling of Me-
rook. Neb. . Charles E. Werner of llox Elder.
Neb. . Stephen Holies of llox Elder. Neb. .
Alexander W. Campbell of llox Eider. Neb.
.1.1' . LINDSAV. Register.
First publication November 11.18L' ! .
LAND OFFICU AT McCnoK. NEIJ. , i
November ! ) . 1892. J
Notice is hereby given that tlie following-
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim ,
and Unit said proof w'll be made before
Register or Heeeiver at McCook , Neb. , on
Saturday. Dee. 17. 18U2 , viz :
WILLIAM E. KETCH ,
D. a. No. G93T. for the S.V. . i. See. 22. Twp. 5.
N. R. 29. W. Oth P. M. He names the following
witnesses to prove his continuous residence
upon and cultivation ot , said land , viz :
Hubert Ueacli. of llox Elder. Nebraska.
Matthew Stewart , of llox Elder , Nebraska ,
Severt Houge , of McCook , Nebraska. Anfln
Houge , of McCook. Nebraska.
.1. P. LINDSAV , Register.
First publication October 21.1892.
LAND OFFICK AT McCooK. NEUKASKA. I
October 20. 1892. f
Notice is hereby given that the followmg-
namfd settler lias filed notice of his intention
to make final preemption proof in support of
his claim , and that said proof will lie made
before Register or Receiver at McCook. Neb. ,
on Saturday. November 20.1822 , viz :
who made D S. No. 09110 for the W. 1A S. W.
Sec. 28. in Town. 5. N. of Range21) ) . W.of Gth P.
M. He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon , and
cultivation of , said land , viz : Anfln Honge.
Porter Maddox. John -i. Foley and .lames T
Folcy.Sr. , all of McCooU. Neb.
J. P. LINDSAV , Register.
First publication Nov.25.18U2.
LAND OFFICE AT MCCOOK , NF.B. . )
November 21. J8U3. f
Notice is hereby given that tlie following
lands to-wit : e.l , s. w. } .Fee 10. twp. . " > . and
s. w. X B. w. } , sec. 8. twp. 4. n. all in range 29 ,
west ol theO P. M. will be ottered at this otlice
at public sale , at not less than S1.25 per acre ,
on December 111. 1892 , at'J o'clock a. ui. central
.1. P. LINDSAV , Register.
In the county court of Ited Willow county.
Nebraska. In the matter of the estate of
Mathias Macho , deceased. To the heirs at law
and all persons cl&iniing an interest in the
following described real estate In Red Wil'ow '
county , viz : The N. E. ii ot section 12. town.
3. north of range 30 west. You will take no
tice thatW.T. Heuion. county treasurer , Oeo.
W. Roper , county clerk , and August Droll , a
frpeholder , have been duly appointed by the
judge of this court to appraise the above de
scribed irac' . of laud as being the homestead
of Mathias Macho , deceased , and to make re
turn under oath , of said appraisal to said
court on the 5th day of Dec. . A. D. 1892. at the
hour of one o'clock. P. M. A nd at 2 o'clock on
the same afternoon.the judge of said court will
make an order in suid matter as required by
law. All objections , motions or suggestions
must be in writing and en file on or before
the hour last mentioned.
witness my hand and the seal of said court
this 23d day of November , 1S92.
CHAHLKS W. DECK , County Judge.
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Humphreys' specifics may well be
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A. J. ItlTTKNHOUSK. C. II. HOYLE.
KITTEN HOUSE & BOYLE ,
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW
,1. E. KKLLKY ,
ATTORNEY - : - AT - : - liAAV ,
AGKNT LINCOLN LAND CO.
McCOOK. - -
OFFICE : In rear of First Ntitlonal Bunk.
HUGH W. COLE , LAWVKU ,
t2f7 \ Vpracticu \ \ \ In nil courts. ComtnorcU.
and corporation law a specialty. Money to
loan. Rooms 4 and 5 old First National bld'jr.
IT B. DAVIS ,
PHYSTCIAN AND SURGEON
12ff QvviCK HOUIIS : 0 to 11. a. in. , t ! to 5 and
7 to S ) . p. in Uoomt ? over F'rst National bank.
A. T. RICE , M. D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
I have located permanently in McCook ,
Neb. AH 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 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Residence
2 doors south of brick school house.
CHASE CO. LAND & LIVE STOCK CO.
Kones branded on left hip or Jeft shoulder.
P.O. address , Imperial
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ir Water and French
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Brand as cut on tide of
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sides of some , or any
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McCOOK , NEBRASKA.
and Safe Movine z ,
Specialty. Orders for Draying left
at the Huddleston Lumber Yard
will receive prompt attention.
R. A. COLE ,
MERCHANT - TAILOR
OF MCCOOK ,
For Good Tailoring , has not got the largest
shop this side of Hastings but he has got tbo
Largest and Best Block 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
Mulley Herfords , Durhams , Jerseys ,
And any otier 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 Turf Goods.
Mccook. Neb. Light track harness a specialty.
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