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yTllUK.S.Txvr , OCT. 1.1th , 1883. The Week's Doings. * Ai- - New goods at. & Rogers' . t Fresh Oysters at Joe's. Go to Rogers' and see Iris new goods. MV. Dolan was -in McCook onTucs- day. Copies of the TR.IEITXK on sale at the Qiost-oflice. For dr3' geodsofevery description go ' < $ -lingers' . Jet buckles for dress dntpery'at Mrs. .S. A. Quite a heavy frest in this locality on Tucsfiav night. r O The fiwt snow of ilic season fe5 ! on 'Thursday morning. iTIats anil caps , -boots and shoes and notions at Rogers.1 Ladies' liair frizzes for. 75 cents aft Mrs.S. A. Boweir.s.j JK A full "line of the Tcry best cigars sft the B. & M. Pharmacy Ottoman - -ribbons all the -new shades at Mrs..S. A. Rov/eU's. 1'ancy and staple groceries , at Rog ers' , at lowest market prices. UDon't forget 'that Rogers1 has re ceived a fine line of new goods. According v to Madam Rumor , we arc -to have a $10.000 groceiy soon. Birds , 'feathers , .and plumes of all descriptions at Mre. S. A. Rowell's. Russell v& Son are building an addi tion to their barn on Madison street. The famous Boot Jack chewing to bacco for sale at the B. & M. Pharmac3T. Mrs. C. S. Phelps Ihas been visiting .Mrs. William Stoddert during the past week. John Cruts of Driftwood , < was i-n town downl'C. on Wednesday , airti ciade final proof f Qiis claim. Sherifi Wdlborn as iin stoTra a number ofdays during the , first part of the week. The management ofthe Churchill House has been changed ; but it Is "Plunkett still II. C. Hideris having a building up on the south side of Ociinison street in west McCook. Mrs. W. C. LaTouret-tewho has been spending some time in Culbertsoncaine down on Tuesd&3' . Charlie Asmore came down from his Bather's ranch , Saturday , and Said in a stock of provisions. Joseph Williams of Vailtou was in th'e city on Saturday , and made a pleas ant visit to this office. Forty families of Bohemians arrived last week , and will make lied Willow county their future home. Mrs. Join Sanders accompanied by Master Raywent to Akron , last Sunday , returning the following day Moris Jbhnofi who has been "rusti c-eating" in Iowa for the past month , ic- J-urned to our town , Saturday. F. S. Reid's mother has arrived in our city from Omaha , and will remain with her son during the winter. Mustard seed , white and black , cel ery seed. Red and green peppers for pickles at the II. & M. Pharmacy. W. II. Dolan.who has been clerking for Frees it IIocHicii for about a year , went to Indianola , Tuesday afternoon. The prettiest girl that ever went over the I ? . & M. railroad wok breakfast at the Dining Hall o Saturday morning. Alex. Stewart of Wymore. in com pany with .Messrs. IMiclan and Irvin of . .tar city.callcd at this offi.-c , the first of the week. Mr. J. T. Wray and family and Mr. Cornutt of Culberlson came downl i Tuesday snd returned the fame a 'C. . "B. Rogers , roadmaster on B. & M. bet-ween' Red Cloud and Wymore was taking in the city last Suiiduy. W. 31. Irvin , Resident Enginver of the P M.H.R. McCookwas > . & at , regis tered at ! the Commercial Hotel , Lincoln , on Friday. Mrs. T. S. Bosley who has been quite ull for about a week , we are glad to say , I Ins fever being ( "broken , is iniproviug although but slowly. "Bert Potter has been , promoted 'from fireman : to engineer Bert is wortl - , and we congratulate him on .this - recognition nition of that worth. Mr. Drinku'ater'spcnt B few da3\s of ilast weak iin town , and returned to his ranch between here and the count3--seat on Monday afternoon. Our readers will see by the notice in this issue , that Babcock Bros , have dis posed of iheirflumber interests 'to the firm ef .Krces & Hockncll. ; Xo. 2 fercattfapted at the R. & M. Dining Hall , on Sunday 'morning. Among the fif liungr passongerswa- the ilark Theatre Company. M. A."Sparlding's ( residence < vn Xion Hill is well under way , and , wJieli fin- Mlied , will add another cosy homo to that pleasant neighborhood. The Light Guard Band had their photo taken in a body at Indianolu en Friday. Tkev presented a fine appear ance inthe elevated band wagon. When you come to town drop an at C. II. Rogers' and examine the fine line of new goods just received. You will surely find something to please .you. On Monda3' , a little child of Engin eer Charlie Scott , took a ccntipcd in its hand and crushed the poisonous 5n- sect to dea'Jk , without an3' serious re sults whatever. The past week has been a gooi one for our merchants. There was an un usually large .number of people In town during the first part of the week , ami trade secmodto be active. F. K. Vondres of S3orchester , state , was in the city the first of the week , and during his snjnurn made &nal piniif-of.liis claim and paid a gear's subscription. Call again. * - F < sr a complete assortment ofcveiy thing in dry goods , boots and shoes , hats and caps , notions , groceries , etc. , Rogecs can't bebeat. . Remember the place and give kitu a call. Henry T. Church and family of Os- Iwrn , towk the train at this place , Wcd- nesda3'for Granvillc Station , Wisconsin , lus former home , and where he will visit for a number of wrecks. Miss Roderick , sister of Mrs. W , F. Wallace , left for her home , this after noon. Miss Roderick had gathered around her a large circle of friends , dur ing her visit , who were loath -to sec her depart. Mr. Sanders of the Dining flail , went to Lcncoln and Omaha , Tuesday morn ing , for the purpose of "buying iicating apparafu ? , wall paper , etc. , with which to beautify and make more comfortable the Ilall. Mrs. X. Burtlcss called at this office on Monday prepaid her subscription one year , and also had THK THITJCNK sent to her father in Xc\v York state for the same period of time. Thanks. Come and do thou likewise. We learn from the Plattsmouth Herald that Mr.C. A. Fletcher , the gen tleman who was run down 03 * the en gine at Akron , died the following day , and that his remains were sent to his former home in the east b3" express. Two runaway boys from Lincoln ar rived in McCook , Monday , and the fol lowing da\- , die brother of the one. named Churehcamc , and took his 3"oung brother 'ba''k with him. The other young Arab decided to sujouru amongst us. A minislcrwho. = e name and residence 'we have been unable to ascertain , preached to a fair audience in the church , Monday evening. After the sermon , the congregation was favored with a tew remarks by a colored brother I from Nebraska Citv. 3. ! Vf. "Edmis'ton , s tatc agent of the Tnion Central Life Insurance" 'Com pany of Cincinnati , has.been in ? lc- Cook for several days representing the interests of 'his company. Mr Kdmis- ton is a clever gentleman , -and succeed ed in writing several policies. Another social dance was held in the Band Ilall , Wednesday-evening , which was enjoyed b3' quite a number of our people. "Dan Tucker * ' was the cause of mudli merriment. Notice was given 'that a regular social club would be w ganixed at the next meeting in two weeks. Let there bea good attendance en that occasion. .J. 13. Meserve has purchawsfi Win. -Stoddcrt's.licrd of of cattle , nnmbi-rinir about 410 head. This is a large trail- action for this time of the 3'ar , amounting to almost $10,000. Witn tliis addition to Mr. Mesorve's herd. In- will winter about 800 head rjuiii' a ' Utflo bunch.'fiver which his son , ilms < -hi f control. Two men supposed by-their actions description given of them , tohave been the parties who committed the 'robberies in McCook.-last week , br.ard- eidie trav ! .at this plaeeSunday night. Both of thcjK jumped -off . .thetrain be fore ft readied Denver ; one : about a niiHc from the cttyand the ot'hcr at the .stnc'k yards. Their attempi at dis guise looks suspicious , at least. An attempt was niiwle to wreck No. 1 , Wednesda3 * night , at a bridge be tween ATapahoe and 'Oxford , A tie was placed in an upright position be tween -cross-ties on the bridge , but was cut hi-two b\f theKJOw-caitcher-of the locomotive. The pieces were brought to town. It is sermised liy some that the object was robbeiy , there Iwing $7,000-consigned to the Citken's 8ank of McCook on the train. wan raised in the engine at the water works on Tuesday , but the pump did not work satisfartority. Wednes day HftiTiiuon , tie pump was again t < --ted and after considerable troeble the pump was put in shaoc and did its w-irk ii-ieety. A number of our citizens are hming pipes laid into their resi- di-if es , and will soon be eHJoyiing the luxury of having water in their - dwellings lings and business places. S-taftding advertisements in a paper command confidence. The man who for years resides im one community and lives a reputable .life , even though he be of moderate ability , will grow into the confidence and esteem of his fellows. On the same principle a newspaper be comes familiar in the eyes of the read er. It may be seldom carefully road , still it makes the name and business of a man or firm familiar , and its contin ued presence in the columns of a paper insures confidence in the stability of the advertiser. Ex. G. A. Buckman , a colored preacher of Nebraska City , stopped off at Mc Cook , Monday , on his return from the west.wherc he las been preaching.sincc June , to raise money to pay the indebt edness of the colored Baptist congrega tion at Nebraska City. He reports meeting with many' discouragements. lu Georgetownthey informed him that were he petitioning for a saloon , they would give him $5 or $10. 'Vt Akron lie preached in the Eating House , and during praj-cr , the ' 'boys' ' dealt him a hand , and offered to raise him a 1. Hear the Lecture. The McCook Baud proposes to open the season of literary entertainments iu McCook with a lecture to be delivered by Major R. II. Uriawell of Indianola , at the band hall in McCook onWeducs- day evening. October 17th , entitled , "Success in life ! What is it ? " It is understood that this is an entirely new and original lecture , and that , "the problem of life" is discussed nnd shown up in a new light ; and being delivered in Major Criswell's forcible style , will certainly make a literary entertainment of liigh order and one which ought to draw a crowded house. Price of ad mission. of > cents. Tickets on sale at the B. & M. Pharmacy. Djor = open at , 7 o'clock. WATER. All persons , wishing water put in their houses , will please notify W. F. Wallace at Citizen's Bank , immedi ately. _ _ How the Union Central Life Ins. Co. , of Cincinnati Pay their Losses. J. M.Kdiiiiston of Lincoln , State Agent for Ncforu&kn , is now in to-.vn in tlic intcrcs't.s of this old and reliable company. All parties who frcl int"r- ested in 'life insurance .should examine this plan. Oakland. 111. , Sept. 17 , 1883. W. II ' .JOHNSONGen. Ajj't Union Cen tral Life Insurance Company. DK/H : Sin : I wish to jrive my'heart- felt thanks , thrmjrh3011 , to 'the company - pany you represent , for ihoir kind and courteous treattnentand the pa3"iiiciit of the $5,000 polic3'an the life of 1113 * late husband , James Tionlledgc , the claim hcinic paid before it became due. I can cheerfully recommend the iwmpnny for pronivtness | , and I would luurncstty ad vise 1113' friends and neighbors ito patron ize this deserving "company. 1 shall always remember the Pinion Central Life Ins. Co. , of CincJRiiati. Ohio , with grateful feelings , and cordially wish it abundant success. Yours truty , FLOUKNCK this Way , The Council Bluffs Herald of last Saturday made mention of a long pro cession of teams which passed throuirh that cit3' on their way to Lincoln , Ne braska. Yesterday tlie PlaUsmoufch Herald announced that this train of wagons had arrived there. To-day the ' out-fit" reached this citIt was the longest caravan seen since -early days of hemestea ! cr.s on the move , and to gether with a railroad contractor's ont- t. which came in at-4.be sam-e time. was fully . * wile long. Most of the liomc- secking party are bound for the Repub lican valley. The K. i\ , section is en gaged for work mithe B. & M. exten sions , we : . * v.ird southwest. Lincoln And in a few clays more the .party wSHbe scattering through the Republi can Yallc3 * , the land of cheap homcs.und vh < jre the poor -get rich 5f they onty stick , CULBERTSON CUPPINGS , By Ocr Special OcrrcepontlcKt. A. Terwillcgcr of our town is Co run die new hotc ? in course \sf erection at Bcnkelmunand ; Katie Amen will be one of the corps of assistants. Win ! Stetnbaus lias started a store ra our midst. C. < r. Crews will shortly' make a visit to Illinois. Butter is scarce. G , W. Mower3" has returned irom Hastings. We had a deatfc in our little burg , a little boy whose name have failed to ascertain. A wagon load of our young bo3rs went down to McCook , Friday. Oct. 10th , 1883. Jcxius. NOTICE. McCook , Neb. , Oct. 10 , 1883. We have this da3 sold to Messrs. Frees & Llocknell our lumber interests. T. II. Babcock will , for tlr present , be found with Frees & Hockncll , where he will be pleased to sec onr old custom ers. All accounts due the firm of Babcock - cock Bros , will be collected and receipt ed for by T. B. Babcock. Respectfully 19-L't. BABCOCK BROS. Ladies , Attention ! I have just received a full line of ladies' , misses' , and children's hats of tha latest styles. I will take pleasure in showing you 1113' new stock. AYith | many thanks to my patrons for their j kind favors in the past , and desiring a continuance of the same in the future. I remain , 3'ours respcetfulh' , Mus. S. A. HOWELL. New Millinery Store. Mrs. II. A. Fryling at her new mil linery .store on Mum Avenue , opposite die poet office.has in stock a line of all j the latest ? tyt ] * of millinery "nods , j To die ladies of McCook and ueinity. she extends a cordial invitation to come i and inspect her stock. j Episcopal Services. Rev. Sr.uart Crockett will hold E.is- copal services at the chureh on Sunday morniner. th * 14th inst. Everybody i.- cordially invi'-ed t3 attend. New Home. 31. A. Spaldinr. r.gent for the Hirht j rur.ninir. New I lomv sowing machine. SPLENDIU. Marsh's Golden Balsam , trie Famous Lung Medicine , is Valued Highly. " 1 have us'ed MARSH'S GOI.UKN T&AI.- & SAtt KO7i THE TlIUOAT AND LUNGK ami find it a splendid Cough * remedy , gives s eei y relief. " 1 > . IT. "Wilson. Crcston , Iowa. * ' ] wish cverj'body to know that MAUSH'S OOUIK.V BALSAM is a trm medicine. One bottle cured me olka hard , lingering cough. 1 value it highly. H. A. Jacks-oil , Quinej , Ills. ' I would be pleased to receive five dozen-bottles of MAKSH'S ( ! OLI > KX BAL SAM at once. 'Everybody that HHCK it appears to be greatly relieved and well pleased with it * effects. * ' 1 * . 11. Crisp , drnirgist , Monroe < jity , Mo. MARSH'S'Go-LUKN BALSAK. the fa Tiious Throat aird Lung medicine , and MARSH'S < j LDKI5i.orn > & LIVKK. To.vic , the great Blood and Liver ren ovator , an ; for sale by S. L. Green , druggist , McG-ook. Large bottles f > 0 cents and $1. Look Here ! St. Louis white lead for -$8 per hun dred. Pure 'boiledoil 80 cents per gallon. 150 test headlight , 25 cents per gal. Machine castor oil $1.50 per gallon. Coal pressed castor oil $2 per gal lon at GRKEN'S Dnuo STORK. For Sale. 1G or 18 choice grade Tbncks.Veit. . of Driftwood , south of the river. 17-3t. G. B. XETTLKTON. Wanted. Ten cords of dry ash wood. Apph to Citizens' Bank. Ifi-tf. D. KENDALL'S ' BILLIARD PARLOR ANI > Favorite Resort Is the place For ice Cold Lemonade , Ginger Beer , Pop , Choice igar. , < Cattd3' , Nxits , Etc. Billiard Pool Table CALL < ind ENMOY YOUHSELTES CONTINENTAL HOOF OINTMENT GURKS CRACKEJ HLOFS , SPRAINS SCRATCHES and SORES IN HOUSES , CATTLE and SHEEP. Ask for it writ- your storekeeper , or * - direct to the manufacturer-- ; AMERICAN LUBRICATING OIL COMPAQ. Cleveland Ohio. , - - . HEART DISEASE ! CURED Dr , Rush's Regulator , FOR HEART TROUBLES. V.'m. O. O > p. > vJby. thi xcislMn-iwa " n-.r . ftsctnrnr nl UulTalo , Pli'.I-ulslphlu , rfcM'iusy. Ne r.rk , autl Atlantit , Oa. , .iijli : Orrics or OsuoofiM-V IMPROVER S. n . ITS. llroail 5 rrr.r. Pr IZu'Va Medical A : * at < ra : DRAI : Docron" . 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