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M FIFTEENTH YEAR McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA.FRIDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 26 , 1897. NUMBER 41 H
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* * GROWING INTEREST
Union Revival Services Nightly Attract
Large , Earnest Audiences.
NUMBER OF CONVERTS INCREASING
McCook's Religious Life BelngVery
Deeply Stirred Prospects
k V Brightening : for Grand
lj | Good Results.
F | JlfL The union revival services commenced
in our city , a few weeks since , under the
direction of Evangelist Major Cole , who
L _ M > -s oe-nK heartily supported by the local
BBi pastors and Christians , are continuing
HUB' - / with earnest , strengthening interest and
SB ' encouraging , gratifying results. Meet-
Wt\ ings are being held in the Methodist
Bw' church , this week , and the building has
Bk been crowded ever } ' night. In addition
Kjfr to the morning and evening services in
IK the church , the cottage and business
Mhouse prayer-meetings are being held
Lv also. The interest has extended out into
PSS the surrounding country. The indica-
k Wl tions are growing that the highest expec-
Bflfi tations of the Christian people of this
&Bh community will yet be fully realized in
Hf a. very large and earnest turning to Pie
Hr Lord on the part of theuueonverted Up
B [ to date some two hundred persons have
B3f \ taken a stand on the Lord's side , about
AK half of that number being adult confess-
W * Jb ors , and the other half being composed
Lhk1' of the Sunday-school scholars of the city
kf ; that have become deeply and actively
Bp After Sunday evening , next week , the
mA services will be held in the Congregational -
/ * & . onal church throughout the week.
_ m . Women and the Exposition.
Hti The Fifth congressional district will
Bt have two representatives-on the Board of
HB t Woman Managers of the Trans-Missis-
P _ ? sippi Exposition. Congressman
B l _ ? Andrews has upon request designated
E Hastiugs as the place at which the mass
H M * meeting shall be held when these repre-
M sentatives will be chosen. The date is
m March ii. The meeting will be called.
- - * to the . One
orderj-tjy mayor. or more
agent ie Exposition will attend the
gRr * mee * | d convey necessary in form a-
Hr tion ft | women of the Fifth district.
Blr A la.bntiendance is already assured.
HN _ Every woman in the district is invited.
E > K The plan of organization of the Bureau
KJv of Education was recently adopted by
Hr the executive committee. It provides
B [ that the women be given charge of the
HpX' Bureau of Education in its various
Bt ! branches , viz : The exhibits of the work
H ; of public schools , kindergartens , manual
Bn training and industrial schools , schools
H § for the deaf , blind and feeble-minded ,
1 art schools , reform schools , and all
Bfi schools of special instruction ; and that
BT they also have charge of a series of con-
n gresses on various scientific and philo-
KjX sophical lines during the months from
B | JJune to November , 189S. That this Bur
lap Jiff eau ° Education be in the hands and
BjAg under control of a Board of Managers of
B twenty-seven in number , subject to the
Kj/ approval of the Board of Directors of the
AM Exposition ; eleven of said managers
B& shall * be chosen from Omaha , two from
Vf 1 South Omaha , and two from Council
Bfc / Bluffs , and twelve from Nebraska outside
BK' of Omaha and South Omaha. That the
F3-C local members of the Board of Managers
BIk ue elected at a mass meeting of the wo-
B\K < men in said cities called for that purpose ,
HjBf each of said meetings to be called by the ,
Bfe , secretary of the Board of Directors and
HS \ to be held in said cities. That from each
Epjf " congressional district in the state two
HtfT members of the Board of Managers shall
B _ be elected at a mass meeting of the \vo-
HS ? men of each district called for that pur-
H H pose.
H ) . The Official County Paper.
V k ' y By reference to the count } * commissi-
BK\ \ oners' proceedings appearing in full else-
HSl where in this Issue it will be seen that
HBL The McCook Tribune has been desig-
i BBBv cated as the official newspaper of Red
HfjF Willow county lor the publication of the
BijF county commissioners * proceedings.legal
Bt notices and the delinquent tax list , for
K. the ensuing year. This assures accurate
Ke- work well performed aud the news of the
B official actions of the county commission-
| h ers and officers generally circulated.
B The McCook Dancing Club
Bp Having finished the term of lessons
H will give their social ball in Workman
B , hall on Monday evening , March 1st. Mu-
Ht ( - & , sic will be furnished by the K. P. orch-
H ' N estra. A very attractive programme has
i HL / been arranged and all efforts will be dir-
H [ * ' ected toward making it one of the social
Bj events of the season. Supper will be
Hf served by the ladies of the Cemetery
H | committee. A general invitation is ex-
B tended. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ = = = = =
H Don't fail to see us before you buy or
H place any orders. Thk Famous.
MOVEMENTS OF THE PEOPLE.
A. BarneTT was in Omaha , Monday
Mrs Charles Holmes went to Om
aha , Saturday , on a visit.
O M. Knipple whs a Denver visitor
on business , close of pHSt week.
PERRY Stone arrived home , Sunday
night , from a vis > it to Davenport , Iowa.
Dr. Z. L. Kay was summoned to
Wray , Monday night , on a professional
Mrs. C. W. Bronson went to Colum
bus , this week , on Order of the Eastern
MRS. E C. Ballew arrived home on
last Saturday night from her visit with
James McLaughlin of near Vailton ,
Grant precinct , left for Omaha , Wednes
day night , to live with his niece.
T. A Erii is expected home , Sunday
night , from Council Bluffs , Iowa , where
he has been for the past month.
C T. ELLER went down to Trumbull ,
Saturday night , having received news of
the death of his father in-law , J.J. Ran
dall of that place
Miss Edna Mesbrve went down to
Lincoln , last Friday night , visiting her
parents over Sunday and returning home
on Monday night
Miss Cora Settles and Miss May
Moore visited their brothers J. H. and
Sam briefly en route home to Denver
from visiting relatives in Crete.
Rev. C. W. Preston came over from
Curtis , Tuesday , to attend the revival
meetings. He is a brother of Rev. H L.
Preston , local Congregational pastor.
Mrs. Stockton , who has been mak
ing her daughter , Mrs. A. C. Ebert , a
long visit , started homeward , Monday
morning. She will visit in Eastern Ne
braska and Clarinda , Iowa , en route.
W. G. DuTTON returned , first of the
week , from marketing , two " carloads of
hogs'aiid visiting a Tew days in his old
home in Eastern Nebraska. He reports
that many hogs in that section of state
are sick , in fact that he saw few hogs in
that localjty that were perfectly well.
Mrs. Joseph Menard was assisted
by Mesdatnes Frank Kendlen and Anna
Colfer , last Thursday evening , in enter
taining at the ten cent social of St. Pat
rick's guild. The opera house was called
into requisition , as the number of guests
was in the neighborhood of two hundred.
High Five , music and refreshments made
up a delightful evening.
COURT HOUSE NEWS.
The case of C. H. Douglass vs. B. H.
Douglass was compromised , Wednesday ,
on the basis of $75 and court costs being
paid by the defendant. The amount in
volved was $114.
A marriage license issued some four
months since was returned to the judge ,
this week. As the parties were only 52
and 40 respectively , it is supposed they
came to the conclusion they were too
Sent Them in Tuesday.
The poll books and ballots of the late
election on the amendments were sent in
to the legislature by County Clerk Green ,
Tuesday evening of this week. A certi
fied copy of the abstract of votes in Red
Willow county for representative and
state senator , as well as a certificate that
the books and ballots were the original ,
He is AH Right.
The Tribune learns with pleasure
that our townsman , Hugh W. Cole , is
being very favorably mentioned for
Grand Master Workman of Nebraska.
Mr. Cole is one of the Dest posted Nebraskans -
braskans in the line of beneficiary insur
ance orders , is an indefatigable worker
and enthusiast , and we wish him success.
Was Quite Severely III.
Commissioner James Robinson was
taken suddenly and severely ill , last Sat
urday , with an intensely painful kidney
complaint , and was not able to leave for
home until Tuesday evening , when he
went to Indianola , from which point he
drove home , ten miles south , on Wednes
To Suit the Times.
Indianola is discussing the idea of re
moving her city frills and putting on the
more sensible and appropriate garb of a
village. These Groverian deficit times
are unsnited to frill , municipal or other
Wall Paper 4 cents a roll.
L. W. McConnbll 8c Co.
Conductor and Mrs. . Alfred P. Bonnet An
the Honored Guests of
SUPT. AND MRS. JOHN R. PHELAfl
At Alliance One of Most Charming
Social Functions of the Sea
son Large Attendance
and Brilliant Ball.
The reception and ball given in tht
opera house , last Friday night , by Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Phelan in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred P. Bonnet , was one o :
the most pleasant affairs of the season.
The hall was tastefully decorated with
evergreens aud smilax. while on aiid
around the sUge were banks of potted
flowers , palms and oleanders , intermin
gled with several beautifully shaded
lamps. One corner was beautifully ar
ranged audapropriately decoratedwhere
orange and pine-apple sherbet was served
throughout the evening. As the guests
arrived , they were received by Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Birdsell , who introduced them
to the guests of honor who stood betwren
Mr. and Mrs Phelan. By nine o'clock
all guests , numbering perhaps 200 in all ,
had arrived , when the band struck up in
the grand march which was lead by Mr.
and Mrs. Bonnet , followed by Mr. and
Mrs.Phelau. Dancing continued through
out the evening Mrs. Phelan and her
accomplished daughters Misses La-
Vaughn and Edith , were particularly
busy throughout the evening in looking
after the comfort of their guests , none of
them being allowed to be neglected , and
all were made to feel comfortable and at
home. The party dispersed at 12 o'clock
m. , all feeling that a most enjoyable
evening had been spent. Alliance Grip.
Star of Juptter Program.
Quite an excellent program has been
prepared for the regular meeting of Mc
Cook lodge No. 1 , Star of Jupiter , next
Monday evening , and a goodly attend
ance of members is nrged. Following is
the pfograto : RecitaSon selected , An
na May Erb ; solo "Kittie Tyrrell" ,
Glover , Tommie O'Connell ; solo "Rock
a Bye Baby" , Sheldon , Mrs. A. J. Clute.
( a ) "I Loved You Better Than You
Knew" , Rosenfeld , ( b ) Fishing , by John
Selby ; fa ) Slumber Song , Mendelssohn ,
( b ) Der Wasserfall. Seidler , by Miss Stella
Norval ; recitation , "We Two" , Mrs. A
To Subscribers of The Tribune.
Readers of The Tribune will please
remember that cash is an essential in
the publication of a paper. The pub
lisher has been very lenient during the
past few 3'ears , on account of crop fail
ures and hard times , and as a consequence
quence many hundreds of dollars are
due on subscriptions. We are now com
pelled to request all who can to call and
make settlement in full or in part. In
view of the facts , our subscribers must
feel the justice and urgency of this re
quest. The Publisher.
Will Move to Town.
Close of last week H. P. Sutton bought
the Andrew Carson farm , a few miles
southwest of the city on the Republican
river bottom. Consideration , $2,500
This is a choice farm , well improved ,
aud the price paid is very reasonable
Mr. Carson expects to buy land near or
within the city limits , in order to be able
to conduct the dairy business more con
veniently and less laboriously than here
ADDITIONAL RAILROAD NEWS.
Charles Arnold is back from Akron ,
where he has been hostling.
Ed Cann will be Western Union man
ager duriug Charlie Watson's absence.
Operator Culbertson has returned from
Colorado and is on the force here again.
General Supt. Calvert passed through
the city , Tuesday night , for Denver , on
Brakeman Clell Pope was called down
to W'ymore , Thursday morning , by the
illness of a brother.
Thomas Crabtree left , Wednesday eve
ning , for the Bluffs. Mrs. Crabtree will
remain here for the present.
Switch engine 171 is home from Have-
lock , where she was over-hauled. She
was brought up from Hastings by Engi
neer Harris and Fireman Woods , Wed-
Canductors Miller and Solliday , and
Engineers Magner , Bailey and Meiser ,
ind Fireman Cole , Trammell and Wor
sen have received handsome souvenir
schedules of the great Mayhem special
CITY CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Baptist Regular services , Sunday
morning , at 11. Bible schorl at 10 a m
GEO W. SHEAFOR , Pastor.
Methodist Sunday-school at 10 am
prrnchingat II Class at 12. All an
welcome. J A. Badcon , Pastor
Congregational Morning theme
"Walking With God" . Sunday-.schoo ;
at ten o'clock. Union gospel service ;
in the Methodist church at 7:30 o'clock
H. L. Preston , Pastor.
Catholic Mass at 8 o'clock a. m
High mass and sermon at 10:30 , a. m. ,
with choir. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
All are cordially welcome.
Rev. J. W. Hickey , Pastor.
Episcopal There will be divine ser
vice at the Episcopal chapel on Sunday
next at 11:00 a. m. and 8:00 p m , Rev ,
R , A Russell officiating. . If you have
nq church home , you should attend tht
Episcopal chapel , "the church of tht
Episcopal Divine service second and
fourth Sundays of every month at 11:0c
a. m. and 8:00 p. in. Sunday school
evijry Sunday at 10:00 a. m. Lectures
alternate Mondays at 7:30 p. m.
S. A. POTTER , General Missionary ,
* R. A. Russell , Assistant.
German Methodist The German
Methodists will hold services in the South
McCook Methodist church , next Sunday ,
the 28th , at 6 o'clock in the evening.
Rev. P. Schramm will preach. All who
understand German , come and enjoy a
good sermon. Services are held regular
ly held at 9 o'clock in the morning.
Rev. m. Herrmann.
Miss Edith Oyster was a school visitor
The boys of the High school are think
ing about having a big field day some
time this summer and have the neigh
boring town schools in attendance.
Lantern class tonight and Saturday at
8 Ju 'clock. New York to the White
Mountains. A charming vacation jour
ney7 through the New Englaud states.
The school .had a holiday , Monday ,
and the pupils assisted at the G. A. R.
exercises in the afternoon. And George
Washington's little hatchet is buried for
The 9th grade had a special lantern
class , Tuesday evening , for the benefit oi
the physical geography class. The as
tronomical slides shown last Friday were
used , with Mr. Magee as the instructor.
The astronomical slides proved to be
a very interesting collection of pictures ,
.last Friday , night , as so much informa
tion lias been gathered by the telescope
of late about the habits and motions of
soilic of our neighboring planets.
The jury in the case of the Government
versus Cordeal brought in a verdict of
not guilty. The case was over a dispute
as to the wa5 * a written report should be
setjt in , and the fact thatE. Cordeal won
the case will establish a precedent as to
how reports , can ( not-should ) be sent in.
The pupils of the school are being
measured and tested in many different
ways for the information of an eastern
educational journal , which wants to as
certain how the school children of the
west compare with those of the east in
height , chest expansion , color of hair ,
eyes etc , nationality , weight , ancestry ,
place of birth , and so on for about fifty
We have just received a shipment of
extra quality hog fencing. And we are
selling it at the remarkably low figure of
20 cents a rod. Have also a large supply
of chicken fencing in stock.
S. M. Cochran & Co.
L. -Russell of Glenwood , Iowa , who
sells Friend Bros , celebrated line of
Tailor Made Clothing , was in town to
day. This is the house that made Mil
waukee famous as a clothing market ,
and has long been noted for the superior
fit and finish of their garments.
Monday evening , March Sth , Rev. R.
A. Russell will deliver a lecture on "Ab
raham , the Tramp" . The lecture on
Monday evening of this week was , "The
Flood' " It was instructively historical.
These lectures are free and all are cordi
ally welcome :
Mr. aud Mrs. A. Hammond of Indian
ola are in the city visiting their son J.A.
Hammond and family. Mrs. Hammond
is sick at present , the result of taking
care of her daughter , Mrs. S. S. Fred
erick of Holbrook.
IVall Paper 4 cents a roll.
L. W. McCONNELL & Co.
Birthday is Commemorated in an Appro
priate , Fitting- Manner
UNDER AUSPICES OF J. K. BARNES POST
A Camp-Flre. Bean Supper , Patri
otic Exercises and Big Ball
Make up the Grand Total
The camp-tire , bean supper and ball
held on Washington's birthday , after
noon and evening , under auspices of J.
K Barnes Post , G. A. R. , was in everj
detail and arrangement a success , re
dounding to the credit of the post and
all connected with the affair.
At three o'clock in the afternoon the
Rogers drum corps paraded , and tht
boys in uniform and with their stirring
music soon drew an audience that filled
the A. O. U. W. temple hall , where the
exercises were all held.
Addresses were made by J. E Kelley
and J. S. LeHew of our city , to which
W. R. Starr of Indianola responded. All
were well received. This formality wa <
followed by some patriotic exercises by
the school children , musical and literaly
in character , viz : Song , pupils of the pub
lic schools ; recitation hyReid McKenna ;
reading , Miss Sophia Sepmeyer ; music ,
pupils of the public school * ; recitation ,
"Scott and the Veterans" , ElnaYarger ;
song , "Revolutionary Tea" , school choir ;
recitation , Frank Colfer. Thes-e exer
cises closed with a duet , "Tenting To
night" , by Mrs C. W. Bronson and Mr.
W. R. Starr , patriotic addresses by Supt.
William Valentine and Major Henry
The camp-fire followed , . Short ad
dresses were made and stories told by a
number of comrades , among them being
Comrades Wilcox , Weygint , Harlan ,
Berry , Dillon and others. To the old
veterans especially this was one of the
most interesting features of the occasion.
And the bean supper topoed the climax.
In the evening a grand ball was given. .
The Fischer orchestra of Indianola made
very good music. Ed. Jordan was
prompter. There was the usual array ol
floor managers and a competent recep
tion committee. The attendance of dan
cers was good , and everything passed of ]
The affair was not only a fitting cele
bration of the anniversary of the "Fa
ther of his Country" , but an auspicious
gathering of old veterans and a gratify
ing social event in the bargain. We con
Across Two Ranges.
I believe our last letter left us at Og-
den. And we continue our journey west
ward. Here we change cars again , tak
ing the Southern Pacific for Sacramento
and the Pacific coast. As there is noth
ing of importance for some distance , we
will pass on through Utah and Nevada
for a while. Our first stop will be at
Wadsworth , Utah. Here we take break
fast. This is quite an attractive town ,
and agriculture is aided around here by
irrigation , by which they raise good
crops , as the soil is quite rich , though
sand } * . There are quite a number of lit
tle water-wheels here that were used for
mining purposes years gone by. Our
nexts.top is at Reno , Nevada. This is
a quite a lively little city of about 2,500
souls. It is an old place , and in the ear
ly days was known as Fort Reno. The
walls of the fort are still standing. Here
I saw several Piute Indians dressed in
citizen clothes. Farming is carried on
here quite extensively. Next we pass
through the snow-sheds. The longest is
forty miles in length and besides there
are a number from a half to a mile in
length. Truckee after passing through
the sheds. It is not a large place , but a
pretty one. It's most attractive feature
is an Ice Palace. It is a miniature lake
surrounded by evergreen trees which are
sprayed with water every day , the water
freezing on the trees giving a beautiful
effect. At the west end of the Palace is
a toboggan slide. Excursion trains are
run from several places carrying people
to see the Palace. To be continued.
C. W. Roper.
Reduction on Hog-Fence.
We are selling the PAGE WOOVEN
Wire Fence at a reduction of Five
Cents per rod from what it was sold last
year. To all who are thinking of putting
up a hog or stock fence , we would invite
you to call at our yard and see what we
have before buying.
Barnett Lumber Co.
For Sale at a Bargain.
The Trowbridge property facing the
Park. Good house and barn. Two lots.
Price , $1,200. One-third down , 8 per
cent , interest on balance.
1 mo. C F. Babcocs , Agent.
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PETITE PERTINENT PARAGRAPHS. I
McMillen's Cough Cure is sure. BM
Do you know McMillen's Cough Cure B
is effective ? B
The Tribune sold sixty extra copies B
of last week's istur. B
Staple stationery , best quulity at lowest - B
est prices , at The Tribune office. B
Wall Paper 4 cents a roll. B
L W McCONNELL & . Co. M
This week , B. C. Bowman moved into B
his cosy new home on the Fitch farm. |
It is marvelous how modest our municipal - H
ipal candidates for nomination all are ! H
See our spring line colored shirts for H
men and hoys. The Famous. H
Did you ever burn any genuine Mait- H
land cool ? Bullard sells it at $6.50 per H
ton Try it. H
Sheridan Nut conl is used by a good |
many people , and they say it is all right. > _ _ |
$4 50 per ton at Bullard's. B
Latest spring ' 97 styles , hats aud caps M
will be open this day. See them. H
The Famous. B
W N. Rogers wants it distinctly understood - B
derstood that he raises Hen-ford cattle , B
not Shorthorns as The Tribune stated , t B
last week. See ! v ' H
After the regubir lesson , Sundayshort H
George Washington exercises were held H
by the Congregational Sunday-school of < _ _
an appropriate sort. 1
The Inter Ocean states that County |
Superintendent Carnahan is arranging to |
hold an institute of three weeks , during |
August , in Indianola ' j H
This section was visited by a slight |
rain , last Friday evening , being accom- B |
panied by thunder and lightning , something - ; ( B
thing unusual for the time of year. \ ' B
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Before ordering , see our large aud ne * " " . B
line samples of colored shirtings for mak- r H
iug shirts to order. A good fit and lowest - H
est prices guaranteed. The Famous. ! ii _ _ _ i
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Four inches of the beautiful spread its _ _ i
mantle of purity and white over thispor- \ , H
tion of the state , Sunday , to the delight j H
of all. Sleighing was quite good , Mon- H
Some spring wheat has already been H
sown , and many were ready to go to < H
work when the snow interfered. Indications - H
tions are that a large acreage of spring |
wheat will be sown. Fall wheat and rye |
are reported as being in satisfactory , H
promising condition. j H
A prominent gold standard newspaper |
recently stated in its editorial columns : |
"We stand squarely on the Republican |
platform , but are anxious that our read- Hj
ers should know both sides of this important - H
tant question. It is the duty of everyone |
to study bimetalism and therefore read |
. ' . " " " B
Mr. Bryan's book. "The First Battle"
should be seen and read to be appreci- |
ated. Call at Bennett's cigar store. B
Copy of Thanks. |
The committee of arrangements on behalf - | |
half of J. K. Barnes Post , G. A. R. of j B
McCook , sincerely thank the many B
friends of the veteran soldiers for their B
very liberal patronage and donations B
which made their entertainment socially B
and financially a success We would like B
to thank each one personally for the B
many kindly expressions of regard and _ _ _ _
esteemed tokens of love and respect for B
the old soldiers and genuine regard for B
their interest add welfare. H
The net receipts were twenty-five dollars - H
lars , which we consider very gratifying H
considering the very hard times and the H
inclement weather. Signed : J. S. Le. |
Hew , J. M. Bell , A. C. Harlan , B. F. H
Olcott , J. A. Briuton , Committee. B |
A Convenient Lamp. H
J. H. Ludwick is now putting on the _ _ _ _ h
market bis patent lamp , which he has H
recently improved in many respects , and |
as a hand or side wall lamp is very convenient - H
venient and useful , being provided with B
a reflector and arranged to be hung on a B
staple driven in the wall. It is made in |
two sizes.and its convenience , excellence B
and cheapness ought to give it a large H
and ready sale. He is making this patent j B
lamp in large quantities and is hopeful B
of being able to place them in many |
homes. They may be seen in any of our B
"Life's Fitful Fever" - H
"Life's Fitful Fever" , by Edgar Faw- B
celt , is a quite notable specimen of the H
latter-day novel with its absolute freedom - H
dom from dulness and the dryness of descriptive - B
scriptive detail. It is a story of Ameri- j J
can life filled with the turmoilthe crossings - H
ings , and the counter-crossings of mo-
lives and impulses as they really are. H
The publisher is P. F. Collier , 523 West H
Thirteenth Street , New York. H
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