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IVI FIFTEENTH YEAR McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA. FRIDAY EVENING. AUGUST 14 , 1896. NUMBER 13 H
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Vm ON NEXT WEDNESDAY
WwM1 Tlie Beautiful Cantata of "The Sea"
KigR ? sons" Will be Given
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I H 3Y OTJE BEST LOCAL TALENT
• Sk Pr There Will be a Chorus of Thirty
toftrlj \ Trained Voices , Four Tableaux
HP 2w V and ° tner Attractive
W mm Particulars.
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B B ? All arrangements arc now completed
_ * _ jft for the cantata to be given in the opera
B 9ft house , August 19th , by local talent and
HEJB for the benefit of the Episcopal church.
" jM * . ! / There will be thirty voices , four fine tab-
fcjjBV , leaux by electric light , a specially trained
TF orchestra and other attractive particu-
K t ' lars. Popular prices. General admis-
KxEf _ -ton , 25 cents. Reserved seats , 35 cents ,
_ 1Ft. -and for sale at McConnelPs drug store.
P jBg " The cantata will be well worth a large
K ijp liearing.
Bc Kr' ' A Bryan Club.
EJHK A Bryan club was duly organized in
* ? _ > McCook , last Saturday afternoon , with a
BjmKI -membership of 150. Patrick Walsh was
Brf J ii -chosen president of the club and J. H.
iltSfflP M Bayston , secretary. In addition an ex-
5r kill ecutive committee was chosen consisting
4rafjf v of A. J. Rittenhouse , J. B. Meserve , C.
ijfljl H. Boyle , J. H. Bayston and C. J. Ryan.
Rf | R $ > Speeches were made by J. B. Meserve ,
_ fe < _ Eh e * > 0Punst nominee for state treasurer ,
ill" r $ " * * " J" McKiHip. tne Populist candi-
KJbtJt ' date for county attorney.
Bt'SBw A meeting of the club will be held in
Bfcft ) < ji ( 1 the city hall , Monday evening next at
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_ M-Hr Suit for Damages.
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_ lP This week there was filed in the dis-
MjnP' trict court a suit for damages by Mrs.
He jL Lai la M. Drew against Allen C. Clyde ,
phjf fl \ „ \ Jesse F. Ingels , Daniel B. Doyle , Phillip
fa E ] L Blatt and Ira J. Miller ; Samuel Strasser ,
UEHL f ; Mioses Stern , Joseph A. Snyder , John
l2Calkins and John Shepherd , in the sum
MUmJof ) $5,000.00 , for selling Arthur M. Drew ,
WJjjjmi -ner husband , liquor unlawfully. An-
_ fl\ * -swer day is set for September 7th. Rit-
PJ * * "teahouse and Boyle are attorneys for
$ 4 * ) -Sirs. Drew.
BTt ) Youthful Base Ballists.
" "The " and "Little
' § ltl Crackajacks" Slug-
% ' mmJl ; gers" met in mortal combat , Wednesday
K V ) afternoon. "The Crackajacks" were vic-
Egtr * torious in the lively score of 38 to 16.
BpB\ This did not seem to satisy the youthful
' combatants , and another game was im-
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-mediately played a 50 cents ,
in which the Little Slugger were eclipsed
in a score of 16 to 7. Another exciting
game , Monday.
Saturday ' ( tomorrow ) will be fraternal
day at the Cambridge Chautauqua , and
"to secure representation at the same a
-special session of McCook lodge , Star of
Jupiter , was held at Mayor Troth's res
idence , Wednesday evening. Quite a
number of members signified their pur
pose to be present. An address will be
Jtuade by H. H. Berry.
[ An Exciting : Runaway.
"Ben Bowen had quite an exciting runa
way , Monday evening. While driving
by the bicycle track on West Dennison
• street his horses frightened at the wheel
men , and made a rapid dash down the
• street. He circled the team around in
an adjacent corn field and finally stopped
the frightened animals. The buggy was
pretty badly damaged.
v A Base Ball Tournament.
The Oxford base ball association will
bold a base ball tournament , September
10 , rr and 12 , 1895. Prizes aggregating
: $ r _ o.oo will be paid competing clubs.
[ ! * sy \ Arrangements for all visitors are com-
BR $ ? plete. For further information address ,
H&J * Ed. C. RapaljE , Secretary ,
Bn Oxford , Nebraska.
Hf A Receiver Appointed.
HKf A. D. King , president of the bank , has
E _ 'been appointed receiver of the Hitchcock
Bk\ -County Bank at Culbertson , by Judge
bf' \ Xorris. There was a fight and a knock
B V down incident in connection with the
Hhkaffair , and then everything passed off as
f merrily as a marriage feast.
Vf A Slaughter of the Innocents.
H KL The ball game , last Friday afternoon ,
H Bu between ' the. Cedar Bluffs and McCook
HjEfvv clubs was a regular slaughter of the innocents -
> | | ( nocents , the score being 40 to 8 in favor
HjSiy ? . of the visitors. The particulars are too
H PtT " * harrowing for recounter.
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rigJff " Store for Rent.
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Wi The-Marquardt building south of Coni-
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ML inercial hotel. Will be fitted to taste of
Bis a desirable renter. C. E. Shaw.
HJiff Turnip seed 35c a lb. at LaTourette's.
Hr/ Only Yz cents a pound for cut nails at
HcttS. . M. Cochran & Co. 's.
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From Electricity During the Storm ,
During the rain and electrical storm ,
Tuesday noon , no less than four persons
were prostrated by the lightning in dif
ferent parts of the city : C. B. Rowell ,
Mrs. B. J. Sharkey , Dr. A.P.Welles , and
a girl in South McCook. Mr. Rowell
was the mosi severely injured , being
rendered unconscious by a bolt which
struck near him as he was approaching
his home. His face was cut in the fall.
He was observed by Mrs. Rowell lying
prostrate in the rood leading to their
home. Help was secured and he was re
moved to the house and Dr. Gage sum
moned. Though still suffering from the
shock , he is recovering from his painful
None of the others sustained severe or
The precipitation was slight but the
electrical feature of the storm was lively
while it lasted.
McCook Lodge No. 1
Held its regular session on Monday
evening , with an attendance ensmalled
by the heat. A short literal-musical
programme followed the regular routine
There were two initiations and three
applications for membership in the order.
Arrangements are being made for a
special lawn entertainment , at the home
of Mayor Troth , on the evening of the
I THE PEOPLE. J
BrAr _ _ _ _ tfftir _ _ 6 _ i-V ftr * _ - - ftratTir - MsAt -h
V. Franklin was a Lincoln visitor ,
Sunday , on business.
Jacob Burnett was a Denver visitor
on business , close of last week.
W. S. Morlan came' in from Estes
Park , Colorado , Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berry are the
parents of a boy baby , born on last Sat
Oscar Callih an of the Bank of Ben-
kelman was a city visitor on Wednesday
BERT Smith was down from Denver ,
early days of the week , visiting friends
O. W. DeWald of the Trenton Regis
ter spent a few hours in the city , Satur
W. G. DoTTON went down to Lincoln
and eastern Nebraska , Wednesday night ,
Mrs. Frank Qtjigley came up from
Red Cloud , Tuesday night , on a visit to
Miss Clara Kleven was down from
Culbertson , Saturday and Sunday , guest
of Mrs. T. M. Mundy.
E. McCann left on Tuesday for Ong ,
Nebraska , where he will engage in the
business of buying grain.
Mrs. J. F. Kenyon made a brief Den
ver visit , close of last week , returning
home on 4 , Saturday evening.
C. L. DEGROFF was up from Nebraska
City , Saturday , looking after his large
interests here and greeting his many
Mrs. E. M. Jones came down from
Palisade , Saturday evening , on her way
to Omaha ; her father , J. T. Bullard , ac
companying her and the baby.
W. H. Wells departed for his home
in New York city , Monday evening , the
affairs of his brother P. A.Wells having
been adjusted on that evening.
Mrs. H. A. Rouch returned home ,
Saturday night on 5 , from a visit to In
diana , where she recently accompanied
home her sister Miss Clo Jackson.
William Valentine , city superin
tendent of public schools , left , Wednes
day morning , for Sheridan , Wyoming ,
to spend a vacation of a few weeks be
fore the resumption of school.
REV. D. L. McBride was down from
Frontier county , last Saturday. He re
ports crops good until he reached the
Willow. From the Willow this way he
says the corn crop will be very light in
Joseph Malcomb was summoned to
Weeping Water , Nebraska , Saturday
morning , to attend the funeral of his
eldest daughter. His wife was too ill to
accompany him. His friends in our city
all deeply sympathize with him in his
multiplied misfortunes and sorrow.
Rev. L W. Dwire was out from Nor
mal , near Lincoln , close of last week.
He has retired from the Santee agency
and expects to resume work in the min
istry soon in this district. He filled the
Methodist pulpit , Sunday morning , and
returned to Lincoln , on Sunday morning.
Binding Twine at LaTourette's.
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So G H. Russell Finds Collecting in
the County of Hayes.
QUITE EXCITING EXPERIENCE
Had by the Agent of the McCormick
Harvesting Machine Co. . Last
Week , in the Discharge
of His Duty.
C. H. Russell , collecting agent for the
McCormick Harvesting Machine Co.had
quite an exciting experience , close of
last week , up in Hayes count } ' , where he
was engaged in replevining a binder and
some stock , mortgaged to his company
by some German farmers of that county.
He had repleviued the chattels , when
the mortgagors repleviued the same from
him quite an uncommon proceedure
we are apprised. The suit was heard be
fore the count } ' judge , last Thursda } ' .
A.J. Rittenhouse went up from here to
try the case for him. During the prog
ress of the trial suggestive references
were frequently made by the audience to
rope and hanging in connection with
Mr. Russell's name , all of which was ex
hilarating to say the least. One of the
suits was finally continued to September
7th and the others were decided in favor
of the company. The chattels were again
replevined by the mortgagors and the
case comes up today before a country
esquire for settlement. Mr. Rittenhouse
left for the scene of war , yesterday morn
Judge Rittenhouse was greatly amused
and Collector Russell quite a little
shocked at the result of a confidential
talk had by Russell with one of the Ger
mans , after the trial. Russell , after relat
ing that some of them wanted to hang
him , asked the German if he thought
they ought to do such an act as that.
The reply was as swift as unexpected
that he thought Russell ought to be
hanged down the most convenient well ,
or words to that effect. Russell imme
diately jumped into his buggy and put
the bud to the team , muttering words of
a burning nature.
Today's trial promises to be more- ex
citing than last week's as it is stated
that the Germans will have sympathiz
ing friends present in numbers.
Denied a Rehearing.
On Wednesday of last week Secretary
Smith denied the motion for review and
rehearing filed by the defendant in the
case of James F. Boyd against Joseph B.
Levis , from the McCook land district.
The motion was denied on the ground
that is is based on a mere technicality
and the former decision cancelling Levis'
eutry is adhered to as having been made
upon the statement of fact.
A Series of Catastrophes.
"Last night yesterday morning about
one o'clock in the afternoon before break
fast , C. W. Barnes went byking. He fell
off and broke his right ankle above his
left knee and fell in the Republican river
and got drowned. "
F. G. Westland will support the above
With the proper affidavits.
Miss Williams Married.
On Wednesday of last week , in Monroe ,
Wisconsin , Miss Sylvia J. Williams , for
merly of our city , and Albert T. Barber
were united in marriage. They will be
at home in Brodhead , Wisconsin , after
August 25th. Miss Williams' many
friends and admirers here will join The
Tribune in congratulations and best
A Sunday School Picnic.
There will be a Sunday school picnic
at Spring Creek , near M. L. Brown's
home , on August 18th , next Tuesday ,
which promises to be an enjoyable suc
cess in every particular ,
The Chief Badly Hurt.
C. W. Knights' many friends in this
part of Nebraska will be pained to learn
that he was badly injured , last week , by
a cable car on Broadway street in Denver.
Store Room for Rent ,
July 20th , store room now occupied by
L. Lowman. Inquire of H. W. Cole or
C. F. Babcock
Turnip seed 35c. a lb. at LaTourette's.
12-qt. Anti-rust tin pails 57c. at La
Rev.Knox will sell his horses , carriage
and harness very cheap.
Glass Fruit Jars one quart 75c. a
dozen at S. M. Cochran & Co. 's.
Now is the time to circulate a petition
to locate the postoffice. Also to subscribe.
Likewise to advertise.
Cultivate your corn late with a Five-
Tooth Hoe Drill. S. M. Cochran & Co.
keep them for sale at a very reasonable
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ALLEGED ATTEMPTED RAPE.
No Arrest Yetand Consequently nc
Last Saturday , William Hammel made
complaint before County Judge Smitb
that on or about January 19th last , Sam
uel D. McClaiu attempted forcibly and
feloniously to make an assault on his
daughter Luella Hammel , a woman child
under eighteen years of age , to ravish
and.carnally know her. A state warrant
was issued by the county judge and
placed in the hands of Deputy Sherif ]
Ryan , who went out to the farm a few
miles northwest of the city for the pur
pose of making the arrest , Saturday
night. McClain was not , to be found.
Another trip , Sunday , was also fruitless.
So the case rests at this point.
The case has created some excitement
and much astonishment. McClain is one
of the well-known , leading farmers of
his neighborhood , and the Hammels are
well spoken of by all.
The attempted rape is alleged to have
been made in January , but the girl said
nothing to her parents and the matter
was brought to Hammel's attention , last
week , by a neighbor.
A New President.
At a special meeting of the Epworth
League , Tuesday evening , L. E. Cann
was elected president of the league , vice
Mrs. H. L. Kennedy , resigned on ac
count of ill health. Miss Hannah Stange-
land succeeded Mr. Cann as third vice
I THE CHURCHES. |
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Catholic Mass at 8 o'clock a. m.
High mass and secmon at 10:30 , a. m. ,
with choir. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
All are cordially welcome.
Rev. J. W. Hickey , Pastor.
Baptist Services in McConnell hall.
Bible school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11
a. m. B. Y. P. U. meeting at 8 p. m. ,
sharp , will be concluded with a short
sermon by the pastor. A cordial welcome
extended to all. G. P. Fuson , Pastor.
Episcopal Services will be held at
the Episcopal church , January 12th and
everjralternate Sunday at n a. m. and
8 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. every
Sundy. . Ladies' Guild meets every
Wednesday evening after the 7:30 ser
vice. R. L. Knox , Rector.
Methodist Sunday school at 10.
Preaching at 11 by Presiding Elder Rev.
C. A. Hale ; Communion service after
sermon. Epworth league at 8 p. m ; re
port of Beaver City convention will be
given. All Epworthians are especially
requested to be present ,
J. A. Badcon , Pastor.
Christian Sunday school every Sun
day afternoon at three o'clock in the
German Congregational church. We
have no pastor at present , but the Disci
ples will continue to break bread , each
Lord's day after Sunday school. En
deavor society on Tuesday evening of
each week at 8 o'clock. You are cor
dially invited to attend these services.
By Order of Committee.
Rev. R. L. Knox arrived home , Tues
day night , from his trip to Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Burnett re
turned home from Hastings , Monday
Mrs. W. S. CornuTT of Culbertson
visited McCook friends briefly , Tuesday
Mrs. S. L. Moench arrived home ,
Tuesday evening , from a short visit to
W. C. LaTourETTE arrived home
Tuesday , from his visit to various points
James E. English represented the
Cudahy Packing Co. ot Omaha in our
city , Tuesday.
William Smith of the Bartley Inter
Ocean had business in the county seat ,
W. A. DiLWORTH , the well-known K.
of P. from Hastings , made this city ,
Wednesday , on a political mission.
Mrs. P. T. Francis and the children
are temporarily living in the city , ex
pecting to join him in Dakota soon.
A. A. Hatch and J. W. Cole , states
men from Hayes Center and Culbertson
respectively , were brief sojourners at po
litical headquarters , Tuesday evening.
Frank Lyon of Omaha , special agent
of the Fireinans' Fund Insurance Co. ,
spent Tuesday in the city. He reinsured
that company's risks in the Connecticut
of Hartford , and transferred the agency
to C. J. Ryan.
J. H. Christner , the well-known
Hayes Center statesman , dropped into
these headquarters , Wednesday evening ,
on matters and things more or less po
litical. Mr. Christner was down to meet
Congressman Andrews , who was to
speak there , yesterday , but who for some
reason failed to come. He returned to
Hayes Center , Thursday morning.
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By the Energetic Members of the Star
of Jupiter in Cambridge.
A DELEGATION FROM McCOOK
Attend the Regular Session of Their
Lodge and Enjoy Their Hospi
tality Musical and Lit
Last Friday evening furnished an
epoch in the history of the Cambridge
lodge , Star of Jupiter , and 35 members
of McCook lodge helped to make it
auspicious. On the occasion mentioned
the Cambridge lodge had thirteen ini
tiations of new members , and among
the delightful particulars of the fraternal
affair were a splendid banquet , and a
felicitous musical programme made up
of orchestral and vocal selections. The
vocal part was given by the male quar
tette and Misses Ellington Wilson and
Grace Sanborn of our city. It was
of a high order and greatly appreciated.
Among those present from McCook
were : Messrs. and Mesdames Frank Har
ris , C. F. Babcock , N. Newkirk , Hugh
Brown , V. H. Solliday , Ed. Beyrer , Mes
dames J. A. Wilcox , H. H. Troth , Misses
Mary Watson , Grace Sanborn , Ellington
Wilson , Lillian Troth , Mabel Jordan ,
Ona Simons , Mary Koebel , Messrs. Tom ,
Charles and Bert McCarl , C. W. Britt ,
G. R. Johnson , C. T. Watson , C. A.
Ward , L. W. Cox , H. H. Miller , Charles
and George Leach , Roy Dixon , and H.
G. Borneman and wife.
The Cambridge people entertained the
party handsomely and they returned on
No. 3 , the same night , in fine feather
over the entire affair , the trip , their
treatment and the hospitable , clever people
ple of the town on the Medicine.
The Melon Barbecue
On the Congregational church lot ,
Wednesday evening , was a source of
much merriment , if not of large profit.
The prize was won by Charlie Leach
who would have thought it with Scott
Doan a close second. Maude Wood was
the best guesser and got the big water
The Deal Closed.
The stock of the McCook Mercantile
Co. was on Monday purchased by C.
Armstrong at fifty cents on the dollar
and the goods were at once moved to
his quarters in the Temple block.
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Mrs. J. E. Robinson is home from her
trip to Pueblo , Colorado.
L. W. Stayner will go down to Edgar ,
tomorrow , on a visit to the home folks.
Assist. Supt. Highland came down
from Denver , Monday evening on No. 4.
Assist. Supt. D. J. McFarland was
Holyoke , Tuesday evening , to get pay
F. I. FOSS of Crete was in the city ,
first of the week. He was up on Culbert
son ditch business.
Stephen Dwyer left , this week , to join
his family in Rockford , Iowa , where they
have been visiting for a few weeks.
Master Mechanic Archibald was a
Chicago visitor , close of last week. He
reports very hot weather in the Lake
Conductor Harry Beale returned , Sun
day evening , from the Oberlin branch ,
where he has been relieving Conductor
Robert Byers , who is to have charge of
the new dining hall and lunch counter ,
was up from Holdrege on business , Mon
G. W. Burnett left , Wednesday morn
ing , for Union City , Michigan , to visit a
few weeks with his family , who will re
turn home with him.
Otto Ballew left for Princeton , Mis
souri , Monday morning on 2 , being called
there by a telegram announcing that one
of his brothers was dying.
Trainmaster Kenyon made a trip to
Denver , Sunday night , on business , and
to see C. W. Knights who was recently
injured by being struck by a cable car in
Supt. Campbell returned home , Mon
day evening , from Colorado in his spe
cial car. Mrs. Campbell and Mrs. Mor
lan remained to see the Pike's Peak
country and its wonderful scenery.
W. S. Tomlinson left on 2 , Wednesday
morning , for Barnesville , Ohio , where
his family is now visiting. He will be
absent two or three weeks visiting the
scenes of his birth and boyhood , where
he has not been in many years.
THEY MET AND ADJOURNED.
Will Met at Holdrege on the 18th
With the Populists.
The Democratic congressional conven
tion for the Fifth district met in this
city , Thursday morning of this week.
Upon the question of nominating a can
didate for congress there was a division
among the small number of delegates
present ; so after considerable talk on the
outside , the convention was called to
order and an adjournient was taken to
Holdrege for August 18th , the place and
date of holding the Populist congres
sional convention , when and where an
other attempt will doubtless be made to
have Thompson , the "Little Giant" from
Grand Island , nominated or endorsed by
the Populsts. Vain hope. Only a few
counties were represented. There were
between 15 and 20 delegates present.
It Was Acceptable.
A slight rain , with rather vicious
lightning and thunder , fell here about
noon , Tuesday , settling the dust and
cooling the atmosphere delightfully.
With the remainder of the country we
have been having continuous and exces
sively hot weather for the past few
weeks and the change was enjoyed bv
the perspiring populace.
Arrested the Ditch.
J. V. Hunter of Culbertson had the
big ditch in court , Monday , for not "let
ting down" to suit him. Water seems
to be a pretty scarce article.
FOR A CENT. I
Fishing tackle at McConnell's.
Barrel churns $3.48 at LaTourette's.
4-tined hay forks 49c. at LaTourette's.
Flowerpots for sale by Mrs. B. H.
Scythe , Snath and Stone , $1.20 at La
Quart Tin Cans at 45c. a dozen , at S.
M. Cockran & . Co. 's.
Glass Fruit Jars one quart 75c. u
dozen at S. M. Cockran & Co. 's.
The McCook base ball men would
rather forget all about that game of ball
on last Friday.
The pay checks came in on No. 5 ,
Tuesday evening. Auditor E. O. Brandt
J. B. Meserve sent another shipment
of fat hogs into the Omaha market on
The postoffice removal matter is grow
ing daily more interesting , and petitions
galore are being circulated.
An invalid brother of E. C. Ballew
passed away in Princeton , Missouri ,
Monday afternoon , with dropsy.
The Dungan dwelling is being over
hauled and repainted. It will be occu
pied by Otto Ballew and family when
There was no meeting of the Republi
can club , Wednesday evening , on ac
count of Congressman Andrews' speech ,
C. Armstrong has stored the recently
acquired McCook Mercantile Co. goods
in the Morlan store room for the present ,
instead of consolidating them with his
south Main avenue stock.
Oxford has arranged for a base ball
tournament , September 10 , 11 and 12.
$150.00 in prizes. It is proposed to make
this the most successful base ball event
of the season. McCook should have a
team on the diamond on that occasion.
The Northwestern Yeast Co. 's agent is
around again with samples of the won
derful Yeast Foam which is better than
ever this year , owing to the new machin
ery being used for pressing out the cake ;
no excuse for having poor bread when
you can get Yeast Foam , good flour and
a hot oven.
"Giants" and " "
The the "Juniors" were
lined up in battle array , last Saturday.
When account was taken of the stock of
scores the "Giants" found thirty-four tote
to their credit , while the "Juniors" could
only find 11. We have it on the vera
cious statement of the gladiators that it
was a redhot game 100 in the shade.
H. S. Keith and Robert Beyers were
up from Holdrege , Wednesday , on busi
J. B. MESERVE went down to Lincoln ,
yesterday morning , on matters personal
Jacob Burnett lias about decided to
engage in some manufacturing business
in Denver , and they expect to move to
that city as soon as they are relieved
from their present position.
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