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THE EEKLY TRIBUNE
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Thursday , August 2oth. 1885.
CONGREGATIONAL.-Sunday School nt 1
A. M. every week. Preaching services ever
Sunday night nt 7.30. M. T. Also , every ultei
natc Sunday morning at 11 , M. T. Exception
to the above will be noticed iu locals.
GKOHQE DUKOAN , Pastor.
r-METHODIST. Services every Sunday ntl
.CM. .and7:30P. M. . mountain time. Sunda ;
at 3 P. M. The services and Sunda'
Mll bo held for the future in the nev
AH are cordially Invited. Seats free
, W. S. WHEELEK , Pastor.
C4iOLIC. _ Services will bo held in thi
Opera Hall once every four weeks.
THOMAS CUM.EN , Pastor.
McCOOK LODGE A. F. cc A. M.-
Begular meetings , Tuesday night 01
or buforo full moon of every month
S. L. GREEN , W. M.
g. L. MCCRACKEK. Secretary.
WIM-OW GHOVE LODGE K. OF P. , D
. Meets the first and third Wednea
ay evening of each month.
J. W. CAMPBELL , C. C
A. M. SPALDIKO , K. K. S.
HOCKNELL HOSE COMPANY. Reg
ular meetings on the first Wcdnesdaj
'evening ' of each month.
R. B. AUCHIBALD , Chief
KNIQUTS OF LABOB. Electric Light Assem
bly No. 3753 meets the flrstand third Friday o :
each month. S. N. STAYSA , M. Vf.
WILL. A. CLTJTE. R. S.
B. & M. TIME TABLE.
EAST LEAVES : EAST LEAVES :
No. 2 5:30 , A. M. No. 40 5:25 , P. M
WEST LEAVES : WEST LEAVES :
No. 3D 12:50.P.M. No.l 8:55 , P. M
C2y Eafltbound trains run on Central Time ,
and westbound trains on Mountain Time.
Freight trains do not carry passengers.
11. R. WOODS , Agent.
Fresh candy at the City Bakery.
Preston can't be beat on prices foi
See E. M. Brickey & Co. for custom
A room to rent. Inquire at Mrs.
One Domestic Sewing Machine for
sale at Menard's.
For Tansill's Punch Cigar go to the
" the Metro
"MACHINE OIL at
politan Drug Store.
Wall paper for 124cents per bolt at
Metropolitan drug store.
Great Reduction in Watches and
Jewelry at McCrackcn's.
& Winter , City Dairy , for
pure and wholesome milk.
Tins City Livery Stable , B. F. Olcott ,
proprietor , for fine teams.
Boston Brown Bread at the City
Bakery constantly on hand.
If you want first-class Harness and
Saddles go to W. W. Palmer.
Remember Church & Whittaker for
choice fresh meats of all kinds.
: k & Howard for Lumber
and all kinds of Building Material.
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v Money to loan on real estate and pat
ented land by the McCook Banking Co.
To THE'LADIES We have a nice as
sortment of calling cards of latest style
and best quality.
W. W. Palmer is headquarters for
Saddles and Harness. A large stock
constantly on hand.
E. M. Brickey & Co. have just re
I ceived a large line of boys suits in all
sizes and grades of goods.
FARM LOANS Col. Suavely informs
us that he is now procuring farm loans
quite easily at 10 per cent.
All kinds of Forest Trees for timber
claims , street and ornamental planting
at lowest prices of F. H. Preston.
They are having a perfect rush at the
Commercial House , these days , and are
feeding over 100 guests for dinner.
Stock boarded by the day'or week at
Olcott's barn , opposite Colvin House.
Also buys and sells stock on commission.
FOR SALE CHEAP Two second-hand
sewing machines , American and Domes
tic. Inquire at Metropolitan Drug Store.
The Central Meat Market of Church
& Whittaker has at all times the choic
est cuts of steak and other meats for
Remember the City Livery and Feed
Stable when you want anything in the
livery line. Good horses and buggies ,
Come all ye who want anything in the
dental line to E. S. Carl , McCook Bank
ing Co.'s building. Reasonable charges
and work guaranteed.
First-class legal cap for sale at this
office. Also the celebrated Omaha
Mills Note Paper , with envelopes to
match. All at reasonable rates.
ty They have just received a choice con-
" r signinent of candies at the City Bakery ,
and lovers of that toothsome article are
requested to call and sample them by
BLANK DEEDS , ETC. We keep on
hand all kinds of blanks. We have the
\ best facilities for printing blanksj and
* " special orders will receive our prompt
The New York Millinery store is sell
' 1 ing everything in stock at almost cost
in order to make room for fall goods.
Will give all persons wanting anything
in my line bargains for the next GO days.
Mrs. T. Nelis , opposite postoffice.
Go to Cooley & Colvin for insurance
on your buildings or stock.
B5F Ab&traet liueu legal cap witl
numbered lines at this office.
C5T"Hallack & Howard for Lurabei
and all kinds of Building Material.
W. W. Palmer is selling piles of Har
ness and Saddles and don't you forget it
Theoldjeliable STATE Insurant
Co. of Des Moines , Iowa , Cooley & Col-
yin , Agents. '
Land men report a great improvement
in tho real estate business , and arc pro
The real estate firm of C. E. McPher-
son & Co. hang their card upon the
"outer wall. " this week.
The courteous treatment and first-
class accommodations at the Commer
cial House are making that hostlerie
The sidewalk on the east side of Main
Avenue has been completed from the
Commercial House north to the Tully
The first shipment of stock , this year
was made from Haigler , Sunday. Sever
al stockmen shipping a train of thirty-
A gentleman from Lincoln , Tully by
name , is having a business house. 24x-
40 in dimensions erected on Main Ave
nue , north of the Commercial House.
The latest New York and London
fashions just received , also new designs
of goods by R. A. Cole , Merchant Tail
or , first door west of B. & M. Pharmacy.
The first fresh oysters of the season
at ; Ed. Kuester's , first door abore the
Pi 0. Oysters by the can or served in
every style. Fresh consignments every
Go and investigate the merits of the
NewAmerican Sewing Machine at J.
P. Mathes' furniture store. It is easy-
running , noiseless , and does every grade
of sewing beautifully.
THE TRIBUNE has the very best facil
ities and workmen for doing Job Work
in Southwestern Nebraska. We guar
antee neat and tasty work , and entire
satisfaction in execution
FOR SALE Nearly 180 acres o
choice deeded land , river front , mostly
hay land , within a mile of railroad sta
tion , 6 miles west of McCook. Fo
further particulars inquire at this office
W. W. Palmer is receiving orders
from Oberlin , Culbertson and othe :
points , and the reason for this is , a ful
and complete stock of Harness Goods
are kept constantly on hand and sold a
Nebraska flour for Nebraskans. The
City Bakery received a car-load of that
celebrated Grand Island Flour , this
week. The shipment contains the new
brand of flour , "White Frost' " which is
without a peer , and is guaranteed to'be
the very finest brand in the city.
A brick store room was commenced ,
yesterday , by H. C. Rider on West Den
nison street , opposite the City Bakery ,
rhe building will be one story high and
16x30 feet in dimension. West Den-
lison street fs looming up with her ar
ray of bricks steadily on the increase.
At our expense we occasionally send
) ut a few sample copies of THE TRIB
UNE. Parties to whom they are address-
jd need feel no hesitancy about taking
; hem from the office. We do not aim
; o make you au unwilling reader , and
vill certainly never consider them as
) ther than complementary. Read and
Having just added a bath am prepared
o clean silverware of any kind , and
nake it look bright and fresh as when
lew. Especially tea sets , water sets ,
lake and berry dishes that are chased
; nd engraveds and which it is impossible
'or anyone to clean without the use of a
iath. F. L. McCRACKEN.
ON A "STILL" HDNT General Man
ger Holredge passed through here , the
; rst of the week , in his special , with an
dditional baggage car , containing his
.orses , carriage , dogs , guns , etc. , en
oute for Hyde , Colo. , where he will
pend some time hunting the fleet an-
elope , and other game with which that
The ball given by the Hocknell Hose
! o. , last Friday evening , we are pleased
3 announce , was one of unusual pleas :
re. The Opera Hall was comfortably
lied with lovers of the dance , who spent
n evening of unalloyed enjoyment fol-
> wing Old Terpsichore in the mazy
altz , etc. The net receipts were $39 , <
Inch adds quite a comfortable little j i
am to the company's not-too-flush exj j i
The finest clothing ever shown in thii
country is to be seen at E. M. Brickey
We call your particular attention U
W. H. flayden & Co. 's half-page adver
tisement to be found elsewhere in thi !
The New American Sewing Machine
a model machine in every respect anc
the house-wife's joy and pride at J. P ,
Mathes' Great Western Furniture Em
After considerable delay , work has
been resumed on the Catholic church ,
and will be pushed forward to comple
tion at once. The frame work is al
ready well under way.
On petition of W. H. Benjamin , Wm ,
Relph and others , the board of commis
sioners at their session August 13th ,
divided Gerver precinct , all the territo
ry embraced in township one north of
range thirty west being formed into a
new precinct under the name of Grant.
On a writ of habeas corpus , John
Jones had a hearing before Acting Coun
ty Judge Johnson at IndianolaTuesday ,
when his bail was reduced from $1,000
to $300. Jones has been in town since
the trial and we suppose he has been
able to secure the necessary $300 bail.
Indianolahowever , is quite a celebrated
The arfnual camp meeting of the M.
E. church of this district will be held in
Hunter's Grove , near Culbertson , com
mencing with August 31st. Prepara
tions for the accommodation of a large
concourse of people are being made. A
large boarding tent , and smaller ones for
families , will be on the grounds. A cor
dial invitation is extended to all the
members and friends of the denomina
tion to be present.
In view of the handsome donations
to the fire company by those public spir
ited citizens , Messrs. George Hocknell ,
Hallack & Howard , The Badger State
Lumber Co. , J. F. Collins , Lytle Bros. ,
Pratt & Lawson , S. N. Staysa and others ,
would it not have been eminently proper
had the use of the Opera Hall been do
nated to the boys as they expected
instead of charging them $5 ? A little
generosity might have been wasted on
mch a deserving enterprise as the fire
sompany with good effect.
Last Thursday evening , Judge Lucas
ind fellow attorney Starr , while grace-
'ully gliding along Dennison street in
i dog cart drawn by the Judge's hand-
iome black charger , met with a mishap
n front of THE TRIBUNE office , which
'ortunately resulted in very slight dam
ige or injury to property or person
Both were deposited upon the ground
sans ceremonie , and Mr. Starr received
L slight injury , and had his clothes torn
lome. All because of a weak axle.
The acting comptroller of currency on
he 18th inst. authorized the First Na-
ional Bank of McCook to commence
msiness with a capital of $50,000. The
lirectors and officers of the new estab-
ishment are the same as the. McCook
banking Co. , which will be merged into
he First National as soon as the busi-
icss of the former can be closed and
he other necessary arrangements can be
aade. It is expected to open up under
he new regime about September 1st.
? he directors are Geo. Hocknell , Presi-
ent , B. M. Frees , Vice-President ; F.
i. Brown , Cashier , Supt. A. Campbell
nd R. 0. Phillips. The First National
rill start out with a heavy capital stock ,
acked by the government and the above
ssponsible directory , .and is destined to
ecome one of the most stable financial
istitutions in Western Nebraska.
$200 OUT OP rocKET W. C. Bullard
f Culbertson lost a pocket book , Sat-
rday afternoon , at Drysdale's merchant
liloring establishment , ( where he was
aving his measure taken for a suit of
lothing , ) under very suspicious circum-
; ances. Mr. Bullard had laid his pocket
aok containing in bills $105 and a
lieck of $35 on the bench , while being
ieasured , and left the establishment
ad walked over to Walsh & Boyd's sa-
ion before noticing that he did not
ive the wallet in his pocket. He at
ice returned to the shop , but a careful
sarch failed to bring forth the missing
tide. Charlie Johnson , who was in
ie shop at the time Mr. Bullard was
iiug measured , was arrested and held
ir hearing before Justice Colvin , who
scharged him for the lack of evidence ,
liichw , though circumstantial , we are
formed , was uncomfortably strong ,
ubsequent developments have largely
rengthened that evidence , but W. C.
out of pocket just the same , though he
els pretty certain who is "flush" at his
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Considerable excitement was occasion
ed on our streets , Friday , by the repor
that another assault had been madcupoi
the person of a female in our city , thi
time by a man named Jackson upon Mre
Howell of South McCook. The mai
was arrested and at the trial , which oc
currcd the same afternoon before Es
quire Colvin , the following facts wen
elicited : It appears that Jackson ha :
an interest in a brick yard situated nca
the Howell residence , and that he whili
under the malignant influence of tangle
foot , went to the house and dcnmndcc
some milk to drinkupon Mrs. HoweH'i
failure to comply with his imperativ <
request he used most indecent and in
suiting language , thoroughly frighten
ing the timid little woman , who man
aged to send word to Mr. Howell at the
depot , by her little boy. By the tiiiu
Howell reached home Jackson had re
tired to a shanty at the brick yard tc
sleep off the effects of the liquor , witL
which he was well loaded. Howell find
ing his wife greatly excited over the oc
currence , being justly incensed , starts
over to the brick yard to find Jackson ,
whose robustuous personality he pur
posed in his heart to thoroughly thump ;
and just here we want to submit the on
ly criticism we have in this case , Mr.
Howell was lacking in judgment in
"bearding the lion in his den , the Doug
las in his hall. " Especially when the
thing to be "poked up" has the pugil
istic record of Jackson. The result was ,
that in the short encounter , which en
sued after Jackson was awaked from
his drunken slumbers , Mr. Howell was
pretty badly used up , being stabbed in
the face and hand by a potato fork , in
flicting painful , though not serious
wounds. These facts being established
before the court , Jackson was discharg
ed. Mr. Howell should have allowed the
law to take its course , or hired a "big
ger man" to give Jackson a well-merit
jJ3r ° Hallack & Howard for Lumber
and all kinds of Building Material.
REAL ESTATE Andrew J. Pute to
Franklin P. Brickey of Beatrice. South
east quarter of section 10 , township 3 ,
north of range 29. Consideration , $1-
200. * * H. C. Rider to Mr. Stetzelof
Nemaha county , Neb. Northwest quar
ter of section 22 , township 3 , north of
range 30. Consideration , $1,200. * *
H. C. Rider to Mr. Stetzel of Nemaha
county , Neb. East half of the north
west quarter and west half of the north
east quarter of section 5 , township 3 ,
north of range 30. Consideration , $1-
200. * * H. C. Rider to Orr Johnson
if Nemaha county , Neb. Southeast
quarter of section 9 , township 3 , north
sf range 30. Consideration , $900. * *
B. C. Rider to Henry Ansler of Illinois.
Southwest quarter of section 6 , town
ship 3 , north of range 29. Considera
tion , $1,850. * * H.Rider to Me
[ tee. Lot on West Dennison street ,
Consideration , $600.
"Hallack & Howard for Lumber
ind all kinds of Building Material.
Fifty-five different claims , mostly tim-
> er claims , are now under contest at the
ocal U. S. Land Office , charges of fraud
, nd failure to comply with the law hav-
ng been preferred against the parties
vho entered the same by Inspector Co-
) urn. Weeping , wailing and gnashing
> f teeth , special affidavits and happy
and agents are among the ciear indica-
ions , while the probabilities are that
Ir. Coburn has been misled in many
ases by some spiteful individuals , who
ake this means of working out a grudge.
L number of the oases have come un-
er our observation , and the entrymen
eel bitterly aggrieved.
SSPHallack & Howard for Lumber
nd all kinds of Building Material.
This is the season of pic-nics and ice
ream sociables. A Sunday School pic-
ic is advertised to be held in Dolph's
rove , two miles east of Danbury , Sat-
rday , August 29th ; while the members
P the Ash Creek Methodist church an-
ounce an ice cream sociable at their
burch , next Thursday evening , August
7th. Cordial invitations are extended
i both cases.
J THallack & Howard for Lumber
ad all kinds of Building Material.
SERIOUSLY ILL. Grave doubts are
jtertained , by the physicians in atten-
ince as to the recovery of Mrs. S. A.
owell , who has been seriously ill for
ic past week. A very delicate opera-
on was performed , Tuesday , in hopes
? saving her life , but up to the time of
ir going to press very little ho e is
itertained. Mrs. Rowell's three sons
e here from Iowa , and the entire fam-
y are tearfully awaiting the result.
| PERSONAL POINTERS.
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Thos. Golfer left , Saturday , for llivertoii
Fred Weed camo down from Benkclman
| Ucnjamin Bird of Bcnkelinan was in town
I W. II. JIayden left for his home in Hast
. ings , Saturday.
j Senator Dolan made a short business trip t (
town , yesterday.
F. if. Snow went down to Indianola or
business , Monday.
Father Cullen went down to Indianola 01
40 , Friday evening.
j F. S. Spanogle of Ked Cloud was a guest ol
the Eating House , Monday.
Mrs. S. D. limit returned from a visit tc
Hastings , Monday evening.
Fred Lytle camo down from Benkclman
and spent Sunday in the city.
Mrs. Tage Francis left for Indianola , Sat-
unlay , on a visit to her friends.
Jolm Uudd , Frees & Hocknell's manager at
Trenton , spent Sunday in town.
Win. Howard Fhelps , County Clerk of
Funiiis , was in the city , Tuesday.
Mrs. Berger and Miss Flora Shaw returned
from si visit to ludianola , Sunday.
W. F. Fisher left for Beukelman , Sunday ,
to join the round-up at that point.
W. J. McGillin , bound for the Indian Terri
tory , was a passenger on 40 , Saturday.
Mrs. J. C. Russell went downto Arapahoc ,
Friday evening , on a visit to her parents.
Mr. aud Mrs. McCartney of Indianola re
turned from the mountains Sunday , on 40.
W. E. Fry accompanied C. F. Babcock on
a visit to his ranch near Cauibridge , Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Wiggins spent the foru
part of the week visiting Mr. and Mrs. llobb.
Miss Ashmore came up from Inilianola to
attend the hop Friday night , retunuiigTues-
M. L. Sproat , with Hallack & Howard , was
in town a few days in the early part of the
E. L. Taylor of Exeter Ls visiting his sister ,
Mrs. C. W. Paine. He intends to move here
in the fall.
Mrs. T. S. Bosley returned , Sunday night ,
from an extended visit at her home in Fair
mont , this state.
Editor Powers and Messrs. Morris and Hen
derson of Stockville were in the city , Monday ,
on land business.
Messrs. Suavely , Perry , Lynch and other
Indianola men had business before the U. S.
Land Oflice , Tuesday.
Mr. Wahlquibt of the Democrat spent Stm-
day at home in Hastings. He returned to his
labors here , Monday night.
Ed. Leavemvorth , formerly of Indianola ,
was in town the fore part of the week shak
ing hands with old friends.
Kilpatrick of the Circle-W ranch , passed
through ou Sunday. He intends shipping
horses east about August 25th.
F. K Adams , a Lincoln railroad boy , wel
known to many in railroad circles here , was
in town , the first of the week.
Editor Risley , County Treasurer young anc
quite a number of other Culbertbou people
were in town , yesterday evening.
The Roberts sisters are entertaining a broth
jr from Illinois , who arrived last Saturday
night ou a visit of a week or two.
Messrs. Yates , Wilson , Steele , Hatch and
jther Hayes Centreites , were in town , two or
: hree days , the last part of the week.
Geo. Ballentiiie and a party of five Lincoln
jentlemeu passed through , Sunday , on their
ivay to atteud the round-up at Benkelman.
Capt. W. D. Young , John E. Bagley , Esq. ,
md Jolm Shu-ley of Sutton were among the
juests registered at the Dining Hall , Wednes-
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. LaTourette returned
lome , Sunday , after a visit of a week or ten
lays at the home of Mrs. LaTourette's parents
n Hayes county.
S. U. Parsons , of Parsons & Gilford , real
; state and loan agents , Max , was in town ,
a&t Friday , on business , and laid in a supply
if blanks from this office.
Misses Eda and Josie Menard and Fred
Harris went out to Benkelman , Tuesday , to
dtness the August round-up , which was ex-
lectecl to reach there on the above date.
Thos. Colfer started for Chicago on Xo. 40 ,
Tuesday evening' , on a bu&inesstripof a week
> r more. J. A. Cordeal of Alma , au old-time
riend of Mr. Colfer , will accompany him.
Attorneys LeHew , Lucas and Starbuck and
larbhal Welch were at Indianola , Tuesday ,
lie day upon which a hearing in the Jones
ase was had before Acting Judge Johnson.
J. J. Dunbar and Ira Waldo were called
own to DeWitt , Saturday , to attend the fti-
eral of a brother of Mr. Waldo and Mrs.
) unbar. They returned on No. 1 , Monday
Charlie Fisher started up to the ranch on
IB Frenchman , via Culbertson , on 39 , last
'hursday , accompanied by Geo. Cheuery ,
rho will spend a week or ten days with him
u the ranch.
W. S. Buck , editor of the Superior Journal ,
pent Wednesday and Thursday in town , on
is return home from au extended trip tlirough
ic mountains. We acknowledge a pleasant
Frank Bishop , local editor of the Courier ,
as iu the city , Monday , ou a land contest.
[ e returned home , Tuesday afternoon on
) . Mr. B. made THE TKIBU > K a fraternal
ill , during his short stay.
Headmasters W. E. Daucliy and E. Zook
ere down on the Holdrege branch , the lat-
ir part of the past week , in the discharge of
IB duties of their oflice. Both returned on
'o. 1 , Monday evening.
John C. Kilner of York , this state , travel-
ng in the interest of the York Foundry made
[ cCook , Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. K. .
i company with J. E. Cocliran , made this of-
: e a short call , Wednesday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. C. TV. Odoll returned to their
home in Brooklyn lown , last week. They
were accompanied by Mrs. B. F. Olcott and
two little girls , who will make them an ex
tended visit. The party will nmko a short
visit iu Des Mollies en route. ' .
Miss Rilhi Wyckoff of York , this state , ar
rived in town , lost Tuesday night , on her way
to vlsitMrs. Ham and daughter , who live some
ten or twelve miles south of here. Miss
Wyckoff spent several days in town , theguest
of Mnt. J. B. Mcservc , beforu going into
D. Guernsey of CouncilBlufTs , Iowa , large
ly interested in stock on the Frenchman , was
in the city , Wednesday , seeking information
concerning the charges preferred against him
by Inspector Cobuni before the U. S. Land
Ollice at this place. From the charges pre
ferred it appears that Mr. Guernsey will have
to prove his identity that ho is sure-enough
W. M. Anderson , the Chicago Lumber Co.'s
ellident book-keeper , made : i business trip ,
Saturday , to Bertram ! and El wood , in the in
terests of the firm. W. M. rci > orts both of
these new towns as building up rapidly , in
the midst of a beautiful and productive coun
try , which is already well settled , with fine
jrowing crops. The greatest drawback to
that section being thu great depth to that very
requisite water and this the settlers are
fast overcoming by putting down wells , and
erecting wind mills.
, August 15th ,
1S85 , youngest son of Mr. Boggswho
lives about four miles northwest of
McCook. The remains were interred
in the cemetery northwest of town ,
Monday , Rev. Dungan officiating.
rKM } wl
18S5 , at McCook Hotel. Mr. W. II.
Strong and Miss Mary Williams , both
of 3IcCook , Rev. W. S. Wheeler
The new Methodist Episcopal Church
of McCook will be dedicated ou the 30th
day of August , 1885. Rev. T. B. Lemon ,
D. D. , and Rev. P. C. Johnson , P. E. ,
will officiate. Tbose coming from a dis
tance will please bring their baskets
with them. There will be tables ou the
grass iu front of the church provided
for them. W. S. WHEELEU , Pastor.
G. A. R. MEETING.
There will be a meeting of the Grand
Army of the Republic on Monday even
ing , August 2-lth , 1885 , at Menard's
Hall. Old soldiers desiring to become
members will send in their applications.
J. A. WILCOX , Commander.
I. H. YAIIGER , Adjutant.
Ice Cream Sociable.
There will be an Ice Cream Sociable
it the M. E. church on Ash Creek ,
Phursday evening , August 27th , 1885.
4 cordial invitation is extended to all.
W. 0. BOND.
Episcopal services will be held in the
Jpera Hall , Sunday morning at 11
) 'clock , Central time. Rev. Fullworth
> f Red Cloud will conduct the service.
A thoroughly-built , 6-rooui house , and
ot ; with lot adjoining. A very desira-
ile residence. Beautifully situated.
? or particulars apply to er address ,
W. 0. MOODV ,
lltf. McCook or Stratton , Neb.
A fine residence in West McCookin-
luding two lots 50 feet front , barn and
ther out-buildings. Will take pay in
tock. Inquire at Lucas & LeHew' sof-
ice on Main Street.
One hundred good cows and a number
f calves. Cheap. Call on or address ,
ll-4ts. EATON BROS. ,
> . 0. box 124. McCook , Neb.
Land and Legal Blanks.
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We have now in stock a full line of
ind and legal blanks. Orders from a
istance will receive prompt attention.
lotfce of Sale Under Chattel Mortgage.
Notice is hereby given , that by virtue or : i
liuttel mortgage , elated on the 2iitli day ol"
Iiiy , JStfo , and duly liled in tlie otnee 01 the
ounty Clerk of Ked Willow county , .N ebntiku ,
a the 'd day of June , lbS5 , and executed by P.
. Blair to 1. J. Starbuck , to beeure the pay-
tent of the sum of ? 500 , and upon which tuoro
i now due the bum ot $ oUO. Default having-
CCB made in the payment of tuid sum , there-
ire I will sell the property therein described ,
! z : The shed studies situate ou lots A'o. t > , 7
nd 8 , in block as , in the Village of .McCook.
eb. Also , one lar-jo black horse , about lu
cars old , one large black mure , about 'J years
Id , one brown horse , about 8 years old , riug--
3ne on left fore foot , one brown horse , about
pears old , blind in one eye , and one jrray mare ,
joutloyears old. Also , one new spring wagon ,
id a set of double haruebs. .titpublicauccion
; the .McCook Corral , opposite Frees & Hock-
sirs Lumber Yard , iu .vtcCook , Ked Willow
mnty , Nebraska , on Saturday the"Jtl : day
: August , IBfcS , at 1 o'clock r. M. of said day.
Dated August 1st ,
I. J. STAUUCCK , Mortgagee.
. S. WZLCU , Deputy Sheritl , Agent.
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Notice is hereby given that on the 1Kb day
'July. 18S5 , the co-partnership e.titin > r be-
rcen Church fc Bohanan wiudisM > l red by inu-
al consent. All accounts due the old linn
e payable to thelrsuecesbors , ChhrchVhit -
ker , who will continue the busine s at the
d stnnd. HEXKY T. CHUUCH.
EDWAUD G. BOUAXAN.