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?& Tr. y -- - Cat. Thomas COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1889. $1.50 PER YEAR. VOL. V. NO. 36. QOUNTy i Landis Court Drug Store. VAN PETTEN, DEANE & CO. PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES, Staple and Fancy Sundries- -Prescriptions accurately and neatly compounded at all hours. Jl FHAXTS B. MH.1TBR, Manager. BORDEN & EDMUNDS, Attorneys at Law, COLBY, KANS. D.oinn )ufnn nil thA lncnl nonrrs and Gov ernment Departments at Washington. Real Estate, Pensions, Loans. V. C. EDDY, M D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEQN. - COUNTY HEALTH OFFICER. Office in the Pulace Drug Store. Night calls answered from residsnee on Mission Ridge Avenue between Fourth and Fifth Sts. "New York Racket" Dry Good House ucnirtTlClIWll .TT7T.Y 1st. l)w9. LEADER XXT -LOW PRICES. tydv rnnns f'T OTHTNG NOTIONS. HATS AND CAPS. BOOTS AND D sOOTNERY. MBOTra Dg WEAR. J5MBROIDERY. LACES, JERSEY b, TRIMMINGS RIB BONS. CUTLERY. JEWELRY, CLOCKS. ETC. a nr.inilvrrivalawobbHll Place beforcour people somc'Land SLiara that are positively beyond.thdsp nOSUIVUlJ UCIUUU m "'"1"-" : t '. vnn in the silent IOJT1C Ol iruill lire HHiuiyiH-c """""".?J.L "- ,,-.. 'Net Spot Cash on Delivery" over the counter. "NEW YORK RACKET," Headquarters: j J- P. HATHA, J Franklin St.. West Side, one square 400 tX- "H0 imwiiinAi, r . 1 V 1 I" I tltll iULlJl . NEW YORK CITY. Proprietor. illlKllii ou. " - "'"X , , south of Fourth St. Colby. Ks. DR. WM. M. BEAVER, Physician, Surgeon, AND OBSTETRICIAN. COLBY, KAS. Office in Colbv drug store. Residence four miles northeast of Colby. Calls left with A.v . Patchin & Co. will receive prompt attention at all hours. Diseases of women and children a specialty. . , OFFICIAL VOTE FOR COUNTY OFFICERS. CANDIDATES. SHANKLIN & RYDER, Successors to Shanki.in & Vail, CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS. We are now prepared to give estimates on all kinds of buildings, also draw plans and spe cifications at reasonable figures. All work guaranteed. Orders left at the old stand, northwestof the U. P. depot, or at the Palace Drug and Jewelry Store will receive prompt attention. Shanklin & Ryder, Colby, Kans. Judge. Smith. R. - -No opposition. TREASUllElt. Rowland, R. - - -Crawford. D. & F. - Ci.ehk. Karns, R. - - -Smith, D. & F. - - - Register, ok Deeds. Passell, R. - - - -Pntton, D - - - -McKinney, F. - - Sheriff. Showalter, R. - - -Fcehan. D. - - - Wolf. F. Surveyor. Eaton, R. - - - Heming, D. & F. - ColtONEK. Harner, R. - - - Castor, D. &F. - CoMMIShlOKEU, 3D DlST Thompson, R. - -Wilson, D. - - - - James, V. NOTICE!!! Having purchased the Palace Dm Store again, the stock con sisting of Drugs, Jewelry, Wall- Paper, Window Class, Druggists' Sundries, Etc., AMOUNTING TO $9,000, at a fearful low figure, we will agree to give ufr old patrons and others by far the lowest prices ever given in the West. Call to see us and bring your neighbors. Resp'y, Martin & Hampton, HARRY MOYKR, MANUFACTURER OF BOOTS & SHOES All the latest styles in pegged and sewed shoes and boots. Repairing promptly and neatly executed. Having had sever al years experience in the business, I can safe- Shop two doors north State Bank. Colby.Kas 15 31 11 61 51 19 46 Si ? 43 181 140 11'. 1431 108! 185 52 16 125 104 24 164 91 164 88 66 59 87 581 80 48 38 696 39 39327 33! 14, 91 144 158 For judge of judicial district No. 34. M. D. Lessenger recivedd votj. 2 ia Mor gan and 1 in Kingery; Willson received 1 in Lacey. For county clerk. J. M. bum- deceived in Morgan, and J. W. Crawford received 1 in North Randall. ' O. K. LIVERY BARN. Fine teams and carnages with or without drivers. FEED AND SALE STABLE. SAMUEL YOUSSE, Prop. EAST FOURTH STREET, COLBY. : : KANSAS. DISTRICT COURT. Disposition of cases at the Novem ber Term, ib- In Pogtoffioe Block. What 5 Cents Will Buy AT The -. Horseshoe! CITY MEAT MARKET Fresh and cured meats always on hand Poultry bought and sold. Highest cash price paid lor n.ueB .uu . p FEKHAN, Pr0p. Dr. Scott's Electric Goods. CORSETS, HAIR BRUSHES, TOOTH BRUSHES, BELTS. Allother electrical appliances. MRS. E. V. MOZELY, Sole agent for Thomas County., Kas., 3d and Garfield streets, Colby, Kas. Corner E. VAN METRE, -A1T0RNEY AT LAW. Will practice in all the cour room 5, over 1st National Bank, Office in COLBY, Kansas. SxlO school slate. 1 dozen slate pencils. 30 feet clothesline. 2500 toothpicks. 1 dozen bone collar buttons. 24 sheets 61b note paper. 25 5 xx white envelopes. 1 qt stamped dipper. 1 qt pieced tin cup. ti y-inch pie plates. And uuu Ireds of other useful articles too numerous to mention. No charge for showing goods. Yours, anxious to please, McCORMIK & B0TT. 3 cakes toilet soap. 2 papers pins. i dozen lead pencils. 2 spools N. E. T. thread. 1 mouse trap. 1 9-mch, IX tin wash basin. 100 hairpins. 1 japanned fire shovel. 1 7x10 biscuit pan, M. D. Lessenger, J- L'A?It, Notary Public . Alt y LESSENGER & LOAR. Attorney and Counselor at Law. AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Undertaking Furniture. Burial iiSHfiKi Case s, JOSEPH A. GILL, Attorney at Law. jy Office over First National Bank. COLBY, KANSAS G. W. GOODSOE, LAWYER, COLBY, KANSAS W. S. WILLCOXON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, COLBY, KANSAS. H. E. Weld. J . E. Campbell ALWAYS IN STOCK. BURIAL ROBES, SUITS, WHITE SATIN SUPPERS, GLOVES, ETC. JST" Special attention giveu to preparing and shipping bodies at low C3P Night calls promptly attended. ga prices., If you need anything in the furniture line, don't fall to call and examine my stock. All 3dnds of parlor suits, kitchen goods, at very low prices. I keep the NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE, and a full stock of needles and machine supplies. A FINE LINE OF SAMPLE CARPETS. MARVIN NISKERN. BUSINESS: North room of the Brick Block, opposite the Opel t HoteL RESIDENCE: Opposite and north of the Chicago Lumber ofice. WELD & CAMPBELL. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Weld-Senter Building, COLBY. KANSAS. THE Oberlin Farmer, Obeblin, Decatur Co., Kas. All about the Oberlin Land District. 8ub acrlptkm price, six months, 25 cents. loek ox43. State of Kansas vs. Frank Allison. Appeal from J. P. court. Jury trial. Disagreemont. No verdict. DState of Kansas vs. John Banta. Grand lar ceny. Jury trial. Defendant acquitted. State of Kansas vs. L. A. Lewis. Arson, Cause continued. fitntn of Kansas vs. J. L. Gandy and Alex Snow. Grand Larceny. Nolle prosequi enter ed and defendant discharged. State of Kansas vs. Henry Young and O. S. Young. Action on bond. For trial. State of Kansas vs. Eugene Rohrbough. Selling liquor without license. Jury trial. Defendant acquitted. Stato of Kansas vs. T. J. Euthertoru. Bel ling liquor without license. Jury trial. Dis agreement. No verdict. civil. DOCKET. J . B. VanCleave vs. C. K. & N. By. Co. Ap peal from Co. Commissioners. Continued. John Ellis vs. C. K. & N. Hy. Co. Appeal from Co. Commissioners. For trial Nov. 11th. Henry Boomer and Ernest Boerner vs. May or, City Council and Marshal of the city of Colby. Injnnction. Continued. M. D. Lessenger vs. W. D. Mitchell. Part nership accounting. Continued. Keystone Implement Co. vs. J. M. Dinenam erand Samuel Lee. Action on note. Judg ment for plaintiff for 1530. Continued as to S. Lee. . . E. L. Brewer vs. W. M. Ed wards. Replevin action. Continued. M. Donelan vs. Robert Jardine. Appeal from J. P. court. Jury trial. Verdict for de fendant. R, G. Ball vs. C. F. Hanscom. Damages. Dismissed. E. A. Hall vs: Geo. H. Hyatt. Attachment. Jury trial. Verdict for defendant. nkoo ni,hnw vs. Samuel Lee, E. A. Hall and R'm-fitne Implement Co. Confirmation of sale. Confirmation of sale catered. Hale township, Thomas county, Kansas vs L.&C. Ry.Co. Damages, lor trial jnov. n., Geo. W.'Goodsoe vs. Bazel Gurwell, Mary Gurwell, and the Oberlin Loan and Trust Co. Foreclosure. Leave to amend petition grant ed. The Hall & Martin Bank vs. D. Ramsey. At tachment. Passed. U. S. Wind Engine and Pump Co. vs. D. Ramsey. Attachment. Judgment for plain tiff for $197.43. U.S. Wind Engine & Pump Co. vs. Ramsey & Ramsay. Attachment. Judgment for plaintiff for $9660. A. L. Plummer vs. M. W. Witham, sheriff, U. S. Wind Engine and Pump Co., and Hall & Martin Bank. Replevin action. Passed. Sherman S, Jewett & Co. vs. D. Ramsey. At tachment. Judgment for plaintiff for $211.75. Simmons Hardware Co. vs. D. Ramsey. At tachment, ' Judgment for plaintiff for 151.28. Shultz & Hosea vs. D. Ramsey. Attachment. Judgment forplolntiff for $494.95. Charles H. Shultz Vapor Stove uo. vs. weius Ramsey. Attachment. Judgment for plain tiff for $65,00. Moline Plow Company vs. M. W. Witham, sheriff, and Simmons Hardware Co . Replevin action. For trial. Parlin & Orndorff Co. vs. D.Ramsey and E. S. Ramsey. For trial. p-riin-feOmdnrff Co. vs. M. W. Witham, Bheriff. D. Ramsey and E. S. Ramsey. Replev in action. For trial. Moline Plow Company vs. D. Ramser and E s Hnmssr.etiiL Attachment. For trial. uniinn ninv rvimrmnr vs. D. Ramsey. At tachment. For triaL Thomas Pucket and Helen Pucket vs. w. & wniMiTon. For !ri&l. The Iowa Mortgage Co. vs. O. E. and Anna Pendarvls, E. A. Hall and C. E. Corporan. Con firmation of sale. Sale confirmed. Thomas County Bank, vs. the Hall it Martin Bank. Attachment. Attached property or dered sold. A.L.Plummervs.theHall & Martin Bank. Attachment. Same order. Harry F. Davis vs, the HallSJiarun isanic Attachment. Same order. L. S. Lovitt vs. the Hall & Martin Bank. At tachment. Same order. imi D. Haves vs. E. A. Hall and the Hall k Martin Bask. Attachment. Jadgtaeatfor piaiatiff for tmes. WlUa Subumts vs. the Hall and lUrtin Bank, E. A. Hall, C.H. Martin, W.S. Willcov on, Jos. A. Gill, R. M. McGonigal, W. H. Cope land. F. W. Hall, C, Warren, C. E. Corporan and ii.J.meweu. auucuiukui. uacu-o Blake ..! no r H Mnrfln. W. S. WiilCOXOn. J. A. - .. r ,-. ..:,! Q...1 w IT rviiwliinfl.iinri attached property ordered sold. Martha J. Plaster ts. the Hall & Martin Bank, E. A. Hall, C. H. Martin, W. S. Willcox on, Jos. A. GUI, R. M. McGonigal, W. H. Cope land, C. E. Corporan, F. W. Hall, C. Warren and R. J. Newell. Attachment. Same order. The Board of County Commissioners of Thomas county, Kansas, vs. the Hall & Martin Bank, E. A. Hall.C. H. Martin, C. M. Hovey, H.C.Shlmp.L.S. Lovitt, R. M. McGonigal and W. H. Copeland. Attachment. For hearing. Ellas High vs. the Hall & Martin Bank et al. Attachment. Attached property ordered sold. George w. Smith vs. the Hall & Martin Bank and E. A. Hall. Attachment. Same order. George T. Fry vs. the Hall & Martin Bank, E. A. Hall, C. H. Martin, W. s. Willcoxon, C. E. Corporan, R. J. Newell, W. H. Copeland. Jos. A. Gill, W. G. Weld, and R. M. McGoni gal. Attachment. Dismissed as to c. H. Martin, W. S. Willcoxon, J. A. GUI, It. M. McGonigal and W. H. Copeland, and same or der as above. A. W. Patchin vs. tho Hall & Martin Bank, E. A. Hall, C. H. Martin, W. S. Willcoxon. Jos. A. Gill, R. M. McGonigal, W. H. Cope land, C. E. Corporan, F. W. Hall, C. warren and R. J. Newell. Attachment, same or ders. Adam N. Schuster, Ell H. Bouton and Aug ust Schuster, doing buslvess under the firm name and style of Schuster Si Co. vs. C. W. Tynan. Attachment. Judgment tor plain tiff. Kimbcr L. Barton, George A. Barton and Wm. Barton, doing business under the firm name and style of Barton Bros., vs. C. W. Tynan. Attachment. Same order. George W. Benson vs. M. W. Witham, sher iff of Thomas county, Kansas. Replevin ac tion. Continued. C. M. Hovey vs. E. A. Hall. Action on ac count. Continued. R. L. Chambers, receiver of the Hall and Martin Bank, vs. E. A. Hall. Attachment. Continued. William H. H, 8wetland vs. Agnes H.Swetl land. Divorce granted, to become absolute after six months. H. P. Stanley & Co. vs. C. H. Walllngford. Action on account. Judgment.for plaintiff for $778.85. E. L. Rhodes vs. W. D. Mitchell. Appeal from J. P. court. Action dismissed. Steele & Walker vs. W. Tildcncand J. D. Baum. Attachment. Motion to dissolve at tachment. Steele & Walker va. J. D. Baum. Attach ment. Same. L. L. French vs. EUen Budlong, Milton A. Budlong. E. A. Hall and S. C. Bntton. Fore closure. Judgment for plaintiff for $169.20. The Hanover National Bank of New York, vs. 3. C. Brltton. Foreclosure. Juagment for plaintiff for $1054.60. Foreclosure of mort gage. SUra Harris by George w. Harris, her next friend, vs. Tad Huey. Attachment. Dismis sed. Sanford Shlrey vs. Christian R. Shlrey. Ac tion on account. For trial. E. Van Metre vs. H. D. Bean and Emily Bean. Appeal from J. P. court. For trial. lhe First National Bank of Stevens Point, Wisconsin, vs. C. H. Martin. Action on note . For trial. John Foster, Thomas S. Foster, B. B. Fos ter, partners doing business under the firm name and style of the Foster Lumber Co., vs. .r n. Baum. w. Tilden, D. O. Grioe, Geo. N. Hunter and the C. K. & N. By Co. Foreclos ure of Mechanic's lien. Action dismissed as to owners lot 17. tj t. TioTntwra TtAcelver of the Hall cc vartin Bank. vs. Charles M . Hovey. Passed Lew E. Darrow vs. Mary Rockwell, Ueorge w. Rockwell, S. S. Dunkiz. and wife. Fore closure. Judgment for$275.40. F. T. Zimmerman vs. Mary Bagley. Englehart, winning Co., vs. Martha S. McKillip and James A. McKJlllp. Action on account. Continued fer service. S. L. Chambers, Receiver of the Hall IfartiH Basic, vs. William B. Button and wife. ActkmoaBOte. CoBtbraed. KattonalXxeaaace Bank 9t mmh aty, Mo., vs. C. H. Maotin. A.:. . uu jv.io ,- vo given to auswer. J. J. McCulIough vs. C. B. Dakln, Constable. Appeal from J. P. court. Replevin action. Continued. Belle Hermis, Guardian of Mable Bemls, vs. tho Estate of Benjamin Nottingham, deceas ed. Appeal from Probato court. Plaintiff's evidence heard by court. R. L. chambers as rect-IVw. r ;t.w ...olI..i tional Bank Building Association of colby, Kansas, vs. Henry c. McDougal. E. A. Hall, James S. warden, Henry c. McDougal, trus tees: George F. walker. H. D. Stone, Annie Lee. wlnd9or National Bank, of Windsor. Vt., Savings Bank of Bradford, Vt., and National Exchange Bank or Kansas city, Mo. Injunc tion. ' S.c. Brltton, Assignor, top..f. Dakin, as signee. Assignment. Report of assignee. John Shafer vs. L. & c. Ry. Motion tor new trial. CONSUMPTION CURED. An old physician, retired from practlce.hav ing had placed in his hands by an East India missionary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for tho speed v and permanent cure of Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and all throat and Lung Affections, also a pos itive and radical cuie for Nervous Debility and all Nervous Complaints, after having test ed its wonderful curative powers in thousands of cases, has Telt It his duty to make It known to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this mo tive and a desire to relievo human suffering, I will send free of charge, to all who desiro it, this recipe, in German.French or English.with full directions for preparing and u&lng. Sent by mall by addressing with stamp, naming this paper, W. A. Noves, 149, Power's Block, Rochester N. Y. 4-33-lyr-eow Final Proofs written, and satisfaction assured ljT Probate Judge J. E. Lesli, at Colby, Kansas. Give him your proofs. PROGRAMME t)f Thomas county teachers' reading circle to be held at Colby, Saturday af ternoon. Nov. 30, '89. MUSIC. "Exciting Interest in Study" Mrs. N. E. "Right Modes of Teaching" Miss Margaret "Responsibility of the Teacher Grant "Spirit of the Teacher" Mi's Nettie Talbert. "School Arrangement" Miss Zella Hatcher. Miscellaneous business. MUSIC. At the close of each article, fifteen minutes will be used in discussions. Send two cents in stamps to E. L. Lomax. general passenger agent Union Pacific railway Omaha, Ncbr., and secure a copy of outdoor sports and pastimes containing completo rule8 for lawn tennis, croquet and base ball; just issued. A PRESENT TO FARMERS. We have made a special arrangement with the Farmers' Friend Pub. Co. at South Bond. Ind.. by which wecau furnMi to all advance pax ing subscribers, free of charge, one jears subscription to thoFanrers' Friend, ablxtecn page agricultural and family paper, published twice a month at fifty cents a year. Ihis ia virtually making each of oiu advance paying; subsc.ibcrs a present of hair a doliar. Sample copies can be ceea at this office or will bo sent toany of our subscribers who will write for them to tanners jrneuu, boh m ucuu, j. SPOKANE FALLS NEW LINE. fTl. IT..In Vanlfln lfnllu-nv. Illivfll!r COIIlIllet- ed its line to Spokane Falls.'Washington terri tor3 is running its trains direct to that point, fk. rnmiini, tho mmi ilr:lmhl route from the east on account of Its Pullman palace sleeping cars, fuiimainuiiniK -ro, uu uto Pullman coioniBisieegera. anl,.... Calls la altiixtnH in the FHIOUSO country and Is the distributing centre for a. section or i ne .orcnwusi, inu iiwmtna wi .nhlnkoniinlln.ltnl. A 1111 UlllStrHtiOll : .).- 000 bushels of wheat have been raised from j.Ouuacresoi land. Anomer icaiurc uuuu country greatly conducive to the raising of crops, is the rainless harvests, eo rain falling while crops are being harvested. Many desirable fanns may yet be had In this remarkably productive region on reasonable terms, and a more favorable opportunity ror- firocuringafann cheap will not toon present tself again. ... For paranhlctsdescriptivcof the country, or for rates, time tables or maps pertaining to tho Union Pacific railway apply to your ucart est ticket agent, any agent of this company, or the undersigned. E. L. Lo a, Gen'l. Pass, Agt. AN EXQUISITE ENQ HAVING. GATEWAY TO T1IS OAltDEN OKTnE GODS, COLO RADO, WITH VIEW OF I'IKE'S PEAK ,1N THE MIDDLE DISTANCE. A very costly and elegant steel plate en graving has Just been executed in the highest Style of the art, copies of which from a limit ed supply, are now ready for delivery, and will be sent to n v nart of the world on rccelDt of 25 cents each, in stamps or coin. The noble grandeur of the "Entrance" to tne "uaruen oitnc uoas is me iavonie xiieine 01 poei huu Datnicr. aiioouicr unmuvu muuiuuii; "urn., uu IflillC WUV iMHillW. VUIUUIUiIOMIUA ..W.T...,, ... the plain to a height of SiO feet the whole suggest! ngtheruinsofa vast temple. These towprimr walls from a majestic frame work fi.tlin.nnwmlnnMl fllllnnil nf Pllrf.S fffllr wl.!.. Mraala ltdAlf imnntr tho nlmifla 111 thft fardistance. To secure an early copy of this admiral work of art. address John Skkas ti kx. Gen. Tk't a Pass. Agent, Chicago. Heck Island & Pacific By., enclosing the price, 25 cents. ROCK ISLAND AHEAD The Latest Thins in Tourist Sleep- ingara The Rock Island has Inaugurated a new fea ture, which promises to create considerable lnterestlnrailwayimprovement.lt being a jUA .nf , m. OAnHoo wftt, nnilrlir nil ili conveniences of the palace car, including col- pOrtCrin lUeDaSUUC, uuu uui nmnicrvcn, pillows, blankets, soap, etc When made up for night, the fourteen sections are partition ed off with sliding panels, and curtained with heavy damask draperies. Tables, attachable to the sides of the Interior, are provided for each section. The cars are heated by steam, the aisle carpeted, and cuspidors for the cleanliness of the cars, are added. The duties of the porter accompanying each car will be similar to those of the palace car service to look after the wants of the passengers and see that the car is kept perfectly clean. In one end Is the ladies lavatory, and In the other, one for the gentlemen, which are as nicely appointed and furnished as the most fastidious would desire The intention of the Chicago, Kansas & Nebraska is to furnish these cars free to tourists and excursion part- tr. H.U.M 1.a numharnf Tutranna Is cufTiffontlir large enough to justify tho use of a car or cars. With such accommodations, and with out charge, there is no" further necessity of a western tour without sleeping accommoda tions, nor Is It necessary to make such a trip expensive. It Is a great inducement for part ies, clubs, or any considerable number of per sons contemplating a trip to the Rocky Moun tains, for instance. And. too, the Denver & Rio Grande has adopted the same scheme. and as the Reck Island connect with this route in Colorado, the free tourist car system will no doubt be generally adopted by those fa search of the pleasure and health giving regions of our continent. Kansas City Jour- wr ,- u :XzZ.Mmkl WJSSM 4jfrteSat&V&a .Zj tj,-'' -J .j. -J-. J " s?v - t t .-