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Landis Court Drug Store.
VAN PETTEN, DEANE & CO.
PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
Staple and Fancy Sundries.
ZW' Prescriptions accurately
at all hours. JgJ
FHAUK S. MHiXTEH, Manager.
Has on hand the
Largest and Finest Stocks Furniture
In XTorthwest Kansas,
Which he is offering
C:ill and examine
BEDROOM SETS, PARLOR SETS,
LOUNGES, ROCKERS, SETTEES, CENTER TABLES, AND MISCEL
LANEOUS FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS AND PRICES.
Carpets of all Kinds a Specialty.
Window Curtains, Staple & Fancy.
Picture Frames in Profusion.
Mr. Niskern is better prepared to do undertaking than any firm in this part of
Agent for the
NEW HOME SEWING MACHIXTE.
All are cordiall- invited to call and examine and price our large stock.
That season of the year is approaching when property owners most
feel the need of adequate protection against loss b' FIRE.
I beg leave to apprize the public that I am authorized to write
policies in the STANDARD Insurance Companies now doing bus
iness in America.
OFFICE In rear of First
STOVES! TOYES! STOVES!
The Colby Hardware Co.
haue determined to close out
their large stock of cooking
and heating stoves, and to do
so have marked them away
down. Those wanting stoves
now is your opportunity. 34tf
JOSEPH A. GILL,
Attorney at Law.
SSyOftice o cr First National Bank.
W. S. WTLLCOXON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
DR. WM. M. BEAVER,
Office in Colby drugstore. Residence four
miles northeast or Colby. Calls left with A.W.
Patchin 8c Co. will receive prompt attention at
all hours. Diseases of women and children a
SHANKLIN & RYDER,
Successors to Shankux & Vail,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
We are now prepared to give estimates on
all kinds of buildings, also draw plans and spe
dlcations at reasonable figures. All work
guaranteed. Orders left at the old stand,
northwest of the U. P. depot, or at the Palace
Drug and Jewelry Store will receive prompt
attention. Shakklin & Htdck,
Obkklin, Decatur Co., Eas.
AllaheuttheOberMB Laad District. 8ob
edptioa price, six maths, 3 cents. Lock
and neatly compounded
in'e flealep of
LOW PRICES !
his elegant line of
National Bank, Colby,. Kas.
Je tf fori? (fapfie
A New and Influential Factor in
Complete Reorganization, New
As u viirorously Republican newspaper the
GRAPHIC appeal to Republicans all over the
country for support. The new ownership is
daily making a better paper in news and Illus
trations and proposes to aid sound Republican
principles ith progressice pen and pencil.
The GRAPHIC is the only illustrated daily
paper in the world, and offers the best record
of passing events for out of town readers
through its pictures and news columns.
The GRAPHIC now has a news service and
staff of writers unsurpassed by any other eve
ning paper in New York.
Is just the paper for republicans throughout
the country who need a general newspaper in
addition to their local weekly. It is a twelve
page paper, six of which are devoted to clever
pictures of current Klitical and news events,
and six pages to bright articles by bright writ
ers, social, political and literary chat, with all
that makes a sound paper.
During the coming year some of the most
prominent leaders in the Republican nuty will
contribute timely articles to the WEEKLY
Remember that the GRAPHIC, being an il
lustrated paper, does not interfere with any
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Send 40 Cents Fob the Weekly Graph
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GRAPHIC PUBLISHING CO-
3M1 Park Place.
W. H. Copeland Is back from Nebraska.
Dr. John Martia returned froaSt Jee. yes
terday. Several Important communications crowded
out this week.
Ira Thompson has beeu appointed postmas
ter at Bexford this ccuntv.
' Scarlet fever of a mild type is said to be pre
vailing in and about Colby.
Mrs. Mary E. Gurwell has beenSappointed as
postmistress of Gem, of Thomas county.
No church service in Methodist church next
Sunday as Rev. Ferguson will be at Goodland.
We are sorry to learn that B. J. "Woodruff
is conttnad to his room by severe illness and
trust that he may soon be out again.
The Ladies of the Baptist church will give a
Japanese social in the north room of the War
den Block Feb. 21st. The Ladies have several
Japanese Icostumes. Supper will be served
from 6 to-lOo' clock. Also a general supper
will be served. Come everybody.
Coontv Poor Fakm. Sealed bids will be re
ceived until April 188", meeting of the Board
of County Commissioners for a County Poor
Farm in Thomas county. Farmjmust be with
in five miles of Colby. For further particulars
inquire of James M. Summers, county clerk.
Capt. J. B. McGonigal returned from
Rock Springs Nut
and Lump Lenox
Lump and Egg coal
at Chicago Lumber
WE WILL HOWL.
There is no need of hiding the matter
at all, but the first thing the republican
administration coming into power on the
4th of March shonld do for the,west is to
see that all Land Notices shall at once
go to the republican press. We call upon
our represeutatives in congress to look
after this matter for us. We shall certain
ly keep up an everlasting howl until it is
done, and we want all republican papers
out here to join in the racket. The way
in which this thing has been "worked for
all there is in it" b3'thedems. is sufficient
excuse for little noise now. Wallace
LAND OFFICE BULLETIN.
Our Washington correspondent sends
us the following information:
I.A.XD CONTESTS DECIDED.
The names of the successful parties are
printed in capital letters.
United States vs. CHARLES W. JEN
NE. SYLVESTER E. EAXSON vs. United
A. HARP vs. Luther Brown.
C. C. Carringer vs UNITED STATES.
UNITED STATES vs. Robert G.
UNITED STATES vs. John Zeitz.
UNITED STATES vs. James M.
CHARLES E. COMSTOCK vs. Frank
PAULINE J. FRANKLINE vs. Heirs
of Hewett B. Franklin.
DAVID 1NNCHES vs. Hugh C. Van
THOMAS A. ENGLISH vs. Charles
GEOTGE M. CALDWELL, vs. Frank
DAVID INCHES vs. Hugh C. Van
ANDREW A. MOGENSEN vs. Heirs
of Francis Howath.
BERDENM. KILBURN vs. Matilda
WARREN HARREL vs. Thomas Ban
non. JOHN W. HUNTER vs. Orange S.
ANNA LANGAN vs. Isaac E. Cooper.
OZRO A. MULVANE vs. L. C. Hes
kett. WILLIAM E. HAMILTON vs. Walter
JOHN THAHERTY vs. Wilhelm Tal
mon. M. D. LESSENGER vs. James H.
WM. A. CRESS vs. William Witts.
FRANK SHIPE vs. Heirs of Susan V.
SOPHIA RUNG vs. Philip M. Walsh.
Joseph R. Sims vs. J. S. BURTON.
CokerF. Rathbone vs. UNITED
J. S. TROUT vs. Wm. H. Brolliar.
J. H. Schell vs. B. FRITZ.
D. C. Cole vs. H. J. BLERDMANN.
M. S McCarlun vs. D. A. HOLDEN
C. Clifton vs. A. A. ALLAWAY.
V. C. Nicol vs. C. E. IRISH.
G. M. PHILLIPS vs. Jeremiah H. Carl.
GEO. T. CORTWRIGHT vs. Frank
J. C. BARNETT vs. John Wagner.- Jr.
M. L. LEACH vs. Samuel S. Salyars.
H. H. EGGERS vs. Jas. Stapleton.
A. L. EMPERSON vs. James Walton.
FRANK HASKINS vs. G. W. McKay.
JOHN C. TRESSEL vs. F. B. Smith.
WILLIAM C. McDONALD vs. Christ
JAMES WILLIAMS vs. F. P. Young.
EDSON MERKEIN vs. John E.Burns.
JOHN DUNN vs. Wickwise.
SAMUEL WEBBER vs. Frederick
JAMES B. MAPLE vs.E. P. Farr.
PATRICK H. FLEMING vs. Robert
ASA H. BRADSTREET vs. D. E.FaU
mer. JOHN J. STORM, vs. J. W. Zellars.
N. S. WARD vs. Edmond S. Epperson.
HENRY SLEIGHT vs. Bernot Krop
MILTON LEE vs. Julius Warren.
' HUGH McDERMOTT, vs. George O.
DAVID H. WYANT vs. Robert T. Sal-
P. COPPEDGE vs. Leonidu B.
J. WALTER WILSON vs. James Rob-iasoa.
L. L. FRENCH, Cashier.
This Bank is fully equipped for every kind of legitimate banking business, and offers to the public a liability
of $100,000. Our stockholders represent $1,500,000, thus making it a safe repository for money and such other
valuables as are usually placed in a bank. Our terms are liberal, and we solicit your banking business.
Farm Loans Negotiated at Current Bates.
GRAND WOLF HUNT.
February 22, 1889, Town 7, Rakge 35.
A grand wolf hunt is on tapis on Feb
ruary 22d. It is proposed to surround
township 7, range 35, leaving out the
north tier of sections in township 7, and
taking in the north tier of sections in
township 8. Everybody is invited to
participate. The circle will be formed at
11 o'clock, and everybody joining will
start toward the center, the ne. or. of
sec. 27, town 7. range 35, which will be
designated by a flag. All dogs are to be
in leading until the alarm is given after
the ring closes. Those living nearest the
township lines will form on the line near
est their residence. R. Waters wilJ be
captain of the south line; Chris Shirey of
the east line; S. Loup of the north line,
and D. B. Coppock of the west line.
Charles O. Rovohl Post, )
Grand Army of tiie Republic, ;
Colby, Feb. 12, 18S9. )
Resolved, That in the death of com
rade Joseph Macy that this post has lost
a beloved comrade and the community a
good and honest citizen, and
Resolved, That this post extends to the
family their deepest sympathy in their
Daniel Bradbury, )
J. M. Summers, J.
H. H. Miller, )
Letters remaining in the Colbv post
office for the week ending Feb. 9, 1889.
Aiken, J D; Leace, Patrick; Smith.
Mrs Mattic; Sproal, Mrs J 11; Thompson,
Parties calling for the above letters will
please say "'advertised."
1 cent due on each of the above for
advertising. James N. Fike, P. M.
Elsewhere will be found the pro
posed law in reference to bonding
townships in aid of sorghum sugar
works. The law, if enacted, will be
general, and applies to cities of the
2d or 3d classes and to townships.
Such a law ii said b- some to be un
constitutional. It is worth- the care
ful perusal of all our citizens and
seems to be drawn with great care and
with reference to the interests of the
Later. The legislature has enacted
the bill as a law.
All persons knotvin themselves indebt
ed to Kaub & Co. are requested to call
and settle their accounts in order that the
books of the firm may be closed up.
Kaub & Co.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
A yoke of work oxen,
Inquire nt this I
Sealed bids will be received for the
buildiner and completion of a school
building in school district No. 33 up to
and including Feb. 23. Specifications
and plans of building to be had on apph
canon to the school clerk. The right to
reject any or all bids is reserved.
Address or call on
W. O. Eatox, Clerk,
Sw. qr. sec. 32-7-32.
Colby, Kans. lw
Miss Lucv Dill has reopened a dress
making establishment in the building just
south of J. B. Morrison cc bons store.
Patronage of ladies is solicited, and
artistic work guaranteed.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed bids will be received for the
building and completion of a school buil
ding in school district iso. 74, up to ann
including March 2d. Specifications and
plans of building to be had on application
to S. Miller, director of the 6chool board.
The right to reject any or all bids is re
served. Address or call on
S. Miller, Colby.
Colby, Kans., Feb. 13, 1889. 49-2
FREE CHAIR CAR, COLBY TO KAN
SAS CITY WITH ONE CHANGE.
The Union Pacific (the Overland Route)
are now running an elegant reclining
chair car from Colby to Kansas City with
out change. Leaving Colby at 3:05 p. m.
daily, arriving at Kansas City 7 a.m.,
returning leave Kansas City at 9-30 p. m.,
arriving at Colby 1 -JSTJ p. in. For safety,
speed and comfort take the old reliable
for Kansas City and all parts east and
west. 43-13w D. A.Folts, Agent.
Fine teams and carnages with or without
FEED AND SALE STABLE.
SAMUEL YOUSSE, Prop.
EAST FOURTH STREET,
MANUFACTDBEK OF BOOTS SHOES
All the latest stykuin pegged Bdsewed
shoes and boots. KewflrlBg prpPy
and neatly executed. Having had "eye
j jKpTJrodoors north State Bank. OoftyCa.
Incorporated under the Laws of the State of
$50,000:00. I Capital Stock
W. G. Hancock.
HANCOCK & CO.,
Having opened a general merchandise store
at Bexford, we are now prepared to supply
the trade with fine and staple groceries, pro
visions, and goods of all kinds at lowest prices.
J. E, Campbell.
Office in Weld-Scnter Building,
COLBY, - - - KANSAS.
Notary Public and
Ch'rm'n Co. Com.
C. H. PUSTEK,
Insur'e and Col's
Do a general real estate business, corres
pondence solicited. Address
PltGREfe & Pr.A&TER.
R. CYRIL TAYLOR
On Chattel Mortgage.
&T 0 or the Hall it Martin Bank.
Organ Tuner and Repairer.
10 years experience. Work guaranteed and
rates reasonable. Address Brewster P. O.
DR. 1. W. MARTIN
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Calls from the city and consultation in the
country will receive prompt attention.
Office corner Fifth and Franklin Sts.
V. C. EDDY, M D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
COUNTY HEALTH OFFICER.
Office 2d door north of postoffice. Night
calls answered from residsnee on Mission
Kidge Avenue between Fourth and Fifth Sts.
E. VAN METRE,
-ATTORNEY AT LAW.
room 5, over 1st National Dank.
Fresh and cured meats always on hand
Poultry bought and sold. Highest cash price
paid ior niaes ana peits.
T. P. FEEHAN, Prop.
G. W. GOODSOE,
E. E. VANEPPS,
PHOTOGRAPH E K ,
OBERLIN and COLBY,
Colby Gallery open second Monday in each
menth, for one week.
School Supplies !
J. B. IRWIN,
GENERAL AGENT FOR
THOMAS KANE & CO'S.
Will furnish school supplies to any
district in Northwestern Kansas and
Township Treasurer's Notice.
ah Mriies holdlB registered mrruto of
Weadall towaahiD. issued prior ts Jan.38L MM.
are hereby notified to present the same for
payment as Interest oa said warrants will stop
after FebruaryM, M.
x o. W. Dabt. Treasurer
of Westell towmship. Pott oAee, Bexford, Km.
T. B. Stanton.
Office at residence, north of the Presbyterian
M. D. Lessenoer. J. L. Loar,
Notary Public. Co. Att'y.
v LESSENGER & LOAR.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Carries full line of standard Flours.
Corn, Oats, ShipstuiY. Millet.
First-class qualities of COAL at lowest
Money to Loan on Chattels.
KIIS&T IX)OK NOK1II OK l'OSTOKKICE,
It has permanently cured thousands
of cases pronounced by doctors hope
less. If you have premonitory symp
toms, such as Couch, Difficulty of
Breathing, fec, don't delay, but use
PISO'S CURE fob CONSUMPTION
immediately. By Druggists. 25 cents.
take . par
rflt sellln our
CMS, We beat the
World for low prices. A
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lajp, holdlntr 32 pases of Cabinet and Card
pictures, sent for $1.00, retails for tUS: bound also
in japancese Morocco, mnstratad areolars Wi
Ulutrmted circulars WWUM
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doable their moe
MlUosonr BRA I
lErlECIDR SiFETT LAMP.
Cn be sold in tTerr family. GIrea
more light than three ordinary lamp.
Full sized Lamp aent by Express for
thirty cents. We also hare the best
senior CcMRe r In the V. 3.
Send for illustrated circulars to
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Bought the Splendid
BECAUSE IT WAS THB BEST,
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