The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, September 21, 1894, Image 3
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BULLARD & CO., LIME, CEMENT, DOOIiS, WINDOWS, BLINDS. HARD ASD SOFT COAL. RED CEDAR AND OAK POSTS. U. J. WARREN, Manager. B. & M. MEAT MARKET, F. S. WILCOX, Prop. BACON, BOLOGNA, CHICKENS, Turkeys and FistL. F. D. BURGESS, Plumber and Steam Fitter. MAIN AVENUE, McCOOK, NEB. Stock of Iron, Lead and Sewer Pipe, Brass Goods, Pumps and Boiler Trim mings. Agent for Halliday , Eclipse and Waupun Wind Mill. MANHOOD RESTORED! This wonderful remedy fnaranteed to cure nil nervous diseases, such as Weak Memory, Loss of Brain ower. Headache, Wake fulness. Lost Manhood, Nightly Emissions, Nervous ness,all drains and loss of powerin Generative Organs of either sex caused by over exertion, youthful errors, excessive use of tobacco, opium or stira , ulants, whicb lead to Inllnnity, Consumption or Insanity. Can be carried in i4> vest pocket. ©1 per box, «S for ©5, by mall prepaid. With a 85 order we flglve a written guarantee to core or refund the money. Sold by all ^druggists. Ask for it, take no other. Write for free Medical Book sent sealed Ebi ud& Aiitu in pluiu wrapper. Address 3 VE SEED C’O.,Masonic Temple, CHICAGO. For sale in Mo Cook, Neb., br L. W. Me CONNELL & CO., Dru^rsists. R. A. COLE, LEADING MERCHANT TAILOR OF McCOOK, Has just received a new stock of CLOTHS and TRIMMINGS. If you want a good fit ting suit made at the very lowest prices for good work, call on him. Shop first door west of Barnett'3 Lumber Office, on Dennison street. J. A. GUNN, musician and Surgeon, XcCOOK, NEBRASKA. ^"Office—Front rooms over Lowman & Son’s store. Residence—103 McFarland St., two blocks north pf McEntee hotel. Prompt attention to all calls. W. V. GAGE, musician and Surgeon, McCOOK, NEBRASKA. promC! Hours—9 to 11 a. m.. 3 to 5 and r to 9 p. m Rooms over First National bank. Night calls answered at office. I__ fed HIGHEST GRADE GHCfl. H CHASE k SANBORN ■ -JAPAfC. y C. M. NOBLE, Leading Grocer, McCOOK, NEB., SOLE AGENT. I CDCC * fine 14k (Old plfc riiL C.ud watch 10 ■ •■■■ reader of thia paper. • Cat this oat ud aend it to a* with yoar fall name and addraaa, and wo will send yoa ewe of the** rlegut, richly jeweled, gold finished watch** ; by expreaa for ea.ni (nation, and if yoo think it la equal ia appearance t* uy 945.00 gold watch pay oar tamp!* price,43.5o,and It is yoar* We aead with the watch oar gosrutre that 1 yea cu return It at uy time within i one year if no4 satisfactory, aad H I yon sell or cave the sal* of six op* I arill giro yoo On* Free. Writ* af owes, as w* shall send oat sample* far 40 dar* only. Address THC NATIONAL M'F’O A IMPORTING CO.. IM Barton Ik, 9UM*a at SENATOR HILL TALKS HE MAKES AN ADDRESS AT A COUNTY FAIR. Ten Thousand People Uisteu to Ills Utter ances— He Tells Them That the New Fangled Political Heresies Are Bad— Declares That the Income Tax Is the Greatest Danger In Our Government— Impartial Tariff Laws Must Be Passed. Somerville, N. J., Sept. 15.—Ten thousand people from all parts of the state attended the Somerville fair yesterday—the grant majority drawn to see and hear Senator David B. Hill and other notables. Mr. Hill made an address in which he said: ‘ To-day I plead for general legis lation, which, rejecting the claims of the classes, recognizes no distinction of class, which embraces all occupa tions, harmonizes conflicting de mands, condemns political and busi ness selfishness, and exalts the use of pure, genuine and »unadulterated patriotism. It is true good laws may aid us and bad laws retard us in the great struggle of life. Still the fact should be impressed on every one that good, bad or indifferent laws do not of themselves alone ordinarily make men rich or poor, good or bad, vicious or virtuous, but that much, if not almost everything essential, de pends on individual efforts and ten dencies, tastes and inclinations. “New fangled political heresies teacii the government should own and control everything used by man. The railroads, the banks, the telegraphs and many other of the manifold in dustries and enterprises now conduc ted by individual effort and capital should all come under this plan. I shall concede that it is wise and best the government should regulate all serai-public enterprises and institu tions, but it should not own nor con trol them in the sense in which the teachers of these fallacies claim. Such a condition would be fatal to our government. To bring about these things would be the most fatal of mistakes. It would be unwise to add to the official patronage of a na i tional administration, especially as that patronage is not always wisely dispensed, nor would it be wise to in crease the channels of expense. “If real estate is to be taxed all such property should be taxed alike. If incomes were to be taxed there should be no distinctions as to the amount, Small incomes should pay in proportion as well as the large ones. There should be no discrimina tion. Such things are dangerous. They engender classes. This is the greatest danger of the government. If the rich had to pay the taxes you may rest assured it would not be long before they would want to control the government. When that time comes, as I hope it never will, the mistakes of the past will bo seen. Tariff laws must be passed which will show no favoritism to any one. There must be no favored few. The laws should be made for all.” CENSUS WORK AEOUT DONE. Only One Division ^'ot Yot Up—Years of Jfriutin" to Come. Washington, Sept. 15.—The work of the eleventh census is about com pleted, the work on population and vital statistics being all that remains to be done. The portion of the work on population remaining uncompleted j is that on occupations. The vital j statistics are made up largely from the figures on population and have been held back largely on account cf the work in the population division. Chief Clerk Down thinks that in less than five months the work I of the census will ho completely ! closed and the present force of 400 employes reduced to forty or fifty at the outside. These will b3 experts who will have charge of the proofs from the printing office. An addition al supplement to the compendium of tlm census is yet to be issued. But w.iile the census work proper will tl us be finished in a few months, i it may he several years before the work of printing is "all done and the completed work published. The com pletion of the work at so early a period is unusual, and to Superin- ; tendent Wright’s skill and experience 1 in handling statistics tiiis is largely j attributed. Exports in August. Washington, Sept. 15.—During Au gust exports of breadstuffs amounted j to $10,851,336 against $22,630,348 a year ago, and for the eight months ending August 31 to 885,348,714 against $120,301,103 for the corres ponding period of 1803. The provis ion exports were; August 1S94, $15, 920,183; August 1S03, $15,472,850; eight months 1894, $122,737,409; eight months 1803, $103,496,003. Cotton, August 1394, $3,239,140; August 1893, ! 83,482,200; eleven months ended Au gust 31, 1894, $203,116,771; eleven months 1893, $190,731,140. Mineral oils, August 1S94, $3,665,011; August 1S93, $4,034,255; eight months 1894, $25,618,520; eight months IS33, $27, 099,401. A Venerable Counterfeiter Caught. Cincinnati, Sept 15.—United States Commissioner Hopper to-day bound over Isaac Levy, aged 77, and bis sons, Harry and Wilder, also his nephew, Nick Claxton, for counter feiting. Isaac is an old offender. The j gang was caught by detectives at Os good, Ind., with four moulds for nickels and quarter dollars, metal and complete outfit for counterfeit ing. Only $40 of spurious coin was recovered bv the detectives. A St Joseph Man Disappears. St. Joseph, Sept 15.—Adam Web ster, a mulato who has lived in this city for twenty-five years,left a week ago v^ith a strange negro who gave fTisname as Jesse Shepherd, to look for hidden treasure. After they had been gone four days Shepherd re- I turned, riding one of the horses, and said Webster was under arrest in , Howard county for shooting into a crowd of men. He asked for $300 1 with which to get Webster out of jaiL j While Webster’s family was making preparations to get the moneyShep herd disappeared. It is feared that 1 Webster has been murdered. i DEATH TO AVOID DISGRACE. Treasurer Dennison of Ills New York Select Kniglils Poison* Himself. Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. l.>.—Antici pating exposure in the convention to day E. M. Deunison, state treasurer of the Select Knights, A. O. U. W.. nowin session here, killed himself last night. He is said to be a defaulter, but to what extent cannot be learned until after a thorough examination of the books. It was not until the conventon as sembled here that the grand officers became suspicions that Dennison's accounts were not all right. Then various discoveries were made and an investigation was decided upon. In one instance it was found that Dennison had not paid out SI,000 which he had been authorized to use in settling a death claim, but had con verted the money to his own use and had made various excuses to the claimant. Dennison got word of the threat ened investigation and acted ner vonsly during the morning. East evening a servant heard groans in his room and the hotel clerk broke in the door just as he died. A physician re ported that he had died of chronic disease of the heart, but the coroner, after an investigation, concluded that it was a case of suicide by poisoning. Dennison had been treasurer of the order for two years, and was under bonds which will protect the order. MRS. COUGAR’S LIBEL SUIT. Congressman Mors© Tells HU Story In the Suit Against Him. Boston, Sept. 15. — Congressman Morse occupied the stand almost all day in the celebrated libel suit for $25,000 brought against him by Airs. Helen AI. Oougar of Lafayette, Ind., at the United States circuit court yes terday. He told of his Republican principles and long term as congress man. He classed the plaintiff in the list of vindict:ve speakers. Judge Putnam decided Morse’s speech on the floor of the house was privileged and could not be put in as evidence if he wished. The cross-examination by Hon. Harvey N. Sheppard brought out the statement from Air. Alorse that he had no knowledge of Airs. Cougar being paid by the Democrats for mak ing political speeches. >0 More I ubllshed l etter Lists. Washington, Sept. 15.—The custom of publishing in the newspapers throughout the country the lists of unclaimed letters at postoffices will be abandoned and the list will be bul letined in the postoffice buildings hereafter. Acting Postmaster Gen eral Jones has decided to stop the old custom, as congress failed to make a sufficient appropriation for tire usual amount of avertising. The expense of publishing the list last year was $19,001).__ ( r.intl Army ork Hone. PlTTSBUKG, Pa., Sept. 15.—The twenty-eighth national encampment of the G. A. II. and all the attendant ceremonies and festivities is over. The Women’s Relief corps installed its officers this morning but the work of the other organizations was com pleted last night. The last number ou tlie official program was completed to-day when the officers and dele gates with their friends took a boat excursion to the armor-plate mills at Homestead. A New Crtier for Kansas. Osage Mission, Kan, Sept. 15.—The monasterj’ of the Passionist Fathers, a new orc.cr for this diocese and sec tion of the country, was opened hero this week. When the Jesuites left this mission in 1393 they deserted a tin.’ set of buildings, erected at a large cost. Efforts to secure the Passion Fathers as inmates were suc cessful and the order spent 820.000 reparing and improving the buildings. A new steam and gas plant was put in and many modern improvements made. __ _ NEWS NOTES. Three hundred feet of track on 'he Mexican National, west of Benavides, and 400 feet west of Kialtos, have been washed away by the Hoods. All trains are tied up. In Murphysboro, 111., Mrs. Ann Bogers,sister to the late General John A. Logan, took morphine with sui cidal intent. It is thought her life will be saved. Despondency is sup posed to be tlie cause. In Chicago Colonel Thomas J. Doian, tiie prominent Democratic pol itician was adjudged insane in the in sane court. Colonel Dolan was found wandering about the streets several days ago, and since has been kept in confinement. In Newark, Ohio, unknown tramps called at the home occupied by three young ladies named Rank and at the point of a revolver compelled Flor ence, the youngest, to hand over 890. They then lied. A big posse of citi zens is in pursuit. In Lebanon. Pa., Mrs. Charles Gar rett. aged 30. was murdered by her husband, who cut her throat from ear to ear. Garrett had just been re leased from the Eastern penitentiary after,serving three years. The mur derer escaped and is still at large. G. N. Henson, president of the Citi zen's Bank and Trust company of Chattanooga, who has been on trial for the lulling of J. B. Wert, who, he claims, had ruined his wife and de stroyed his domestic peace, has been acquitted by the jury. S. C. DeBroukart, the Belgium con sul at Denver, Col., died suddenly in Chicago while visiting his brother-in law. His death was caused by heart disease, from which the consul has suffered since the recent death of his wife. Flames In Marcellne, 3Io. Marceline, Mo., Sept. 15.—At 2:30 o’clock yesterday mo-jing fire, start ing in the photographgallery of J. A. Niekell, destroyed the building. On the first floor was the grocery store of .1. T. Waller, valued at S3,000. The building was owned by Dr. W. A. Ca ter and A. Hass, and cost §5,000. It was insured for §3,000. T. A. Sm.'d ley, clerk of the school board, had an office in the building and the reepr is of the school bjard were lost. G. M. Hendrick, attorney, lost his books. Adjoining the burned building was the drug store of Allen & Ulincoe, whose lofs will amount to §1,000. Tiie Citizens Bank of MgGook INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAWS. Paid Up Capital, - $50,000. Surplus,. 10,000. DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Collections Made on all Accessible Points. Drafts Drawn on all Principal Cities of Europe. Taxes Paid for Non-ltesidents. Tickets f©r Sale to aijd froip Europe. OFFICERS. V. FRANKLIN, President. A. C. EBERT. Cashier. Correspondents:—The First National Bank, Lincoln, Nebraska. Tha Chemical National Bank, New York City. _• Authorized Capital $100,000 Capital and Surplus 60,000 OFFICERS .AJSTD DIRECTORS. GEORGE HOGKNELL, B. M. FREES, W. F. LAWSON, President. Vice President. Cashier. A. CAMPBELL, FRANK HARRIS. Chase Co. Land and Live Stock Co. , uorxsa branded on loft btp or left cbouMen P. O. address, Imperial, Chase County, and Beat ► rice. Neb. Range,Stint ling Water and French man creeks, Lhasa Con Nebraska. Brand as out on side of come animals, on hip and sides of some, or anj* where on the animal. 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Refer to our patients, banks and business men. Address or call on DR. HATHAWAY & CO., S- E. Corner Sixth and Felix St«.* Rooms 1 and. (Up Stairs.J ST. JOSEPH. MO. J. 3. McBrayer. Milton Osborn. McBrayers osborn, PROPRIETORS OF mcgook Transfer LINE. Bus Bsggage and Express. ONLY FlKNITt'RE VAN IN THE CITY. Leave orders for Bus Calls at the Com mercial Hotel o.- our office opposite depot. J. S. McBrayer also has a firpt-clasa house-moving outfit. ClliRI.ES H. ROYLE, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW McCOOK, NEBRASKA. J. E. KELLEY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, AGENT LINCOLN LAND CO. McCOOK, - - NEBRASKA, j Office In Rear of First National Bank.