McCook weekly tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 188?-1886, February 21, 1884, Image 3
A HUNTER'S STOKY. How Ho Was Overcome and the Way by \Vlilch.He Was Finally Saved. Correspondence Spirit of the Times. An unusual adventure which recently occurred to your correspondent while hunting at Brookmere in'this state is so timely and contains so much that can be made valuable to all readers , that I venture to reproduce it entire : The day was a most inclement one and the snow quite deep. Rabbit tracks were plentiful , but they principally led in the direction of a large swamp , in r which the rabbits could run without dif ficulty , but where the hunter constantly broke through the thin ice , sinking into the half-frozen mire to his knees. Not withstanding these difficulties , the writer had persevered , although a very small bag of game was the result. While tramping about through a particularly' malarial portion of the swamp , a mid dle a < * ed man suddenly came into view , carrying a muzzle loading shotgun and completely loaded down with game of the finest description. Natural cririos- itv , aside from the involuntary/envy / th'at instinctively arose , promptey the writer .to enter into conversation the man , with the follo\ving resul "You've had fine success ; whe you get all that game ? " J "Right here , in the swamp. " | "It's pretty rough hunting ii uarts , especially when .a man g to his waist every other step. " "Yes , it's not very pleasant , b used to it and don't mind it. " "How long have you hunted bouts ? " "Whv , bless you , I have live most of my life and hunted up years ago every year. " "How does it happen you i the last ten years ? " "Because I was scarcely able to move , much less hunt. " "I don't understand you./ ' "Well , you see , about ten years ago , after I had been tramping around all day in this same swamp * I felt quite a pain in my ankle. I didn't mind it very much , but it kept troubling me for a dayor two , and i could see that it kept increasing. The next thing I .knew , I felt the sajfle kind of a pain in my shoulder and-I found it pained mete to move my arm- This thing kept go ing on and in-reasing , and though I tried to shake'off the feeling and make myself think it was only a little tempo rary trouble.I found that it did not go. Shortly after this my joints began to aohe at t e knees and I finally became so bad 'fiat I had to remain in the house mostot the time. " /nd did you trace all this to the fast that you had hunted so much in' fiis swamp ? " "No , I didn't know what to lay it to , but I knew that I was in misery. My joints swelled until it seemed as though all the flesh I bad left was bunched at the joints ; my fingers crooked in every way and some of them became double- jointed. In fact , every joint in my body seemed to vie with the others to see which could become the largest and cause me the greatest suffering. In this way several years passed on , during which time I was pretty nearly helpless. I became so nervous and sensitive that I would s't bolstered up in the chair and call to people that entered the room not to come near me , or even touch my chair. While'all this was going on , 1 felt an awful burning heat and fever , with occasional chills running all over my body , but especially along my back and through my shoulders. Then again my blood seemed to.be . boiling and my brain to be on fire. " "Didn't you try to prevent all this agony ? " "Try. I should think I did try. I tried every doctor that came within my reach and all the proprietary medi cines I could hear of. I used washes and liniments enough to last me for all time , but the only relief I received was by injections of morphine. " "Well , you talk in a very strange manner for a man , who has tramped around on a day like this and in a swamp like this. How in the world , do you dare to do it ? " . "Because I am completely well and as sound as a dollar. It may seem strange , but it is true that I was entirely cured ; the rheumatism all driven out of my blood ; my joints reduced to their natural size and my. strength made as great as ever before , by means of that great and simple remedy , Warner's Safe Rheumatic cure , which I believe saved my life. " "And so you now have no fear of rheumatism ? " "Why , no. Even if it should come on , I can easilyget rid of it by using the same remedy. " The writer turned to leave , as it was growing dark , but beforelhad reached the city precisely the same symptoms I had just heard described came upon me with great violence. Impressed with the hunter's story , I tried the same remedy , and within twenty-four hours all pain and inflammation had disap peared. If any reader is suffering from any manner of rheumatic or neuralgic troubles and desires relief let him by all means try this same great remedy. And if any readers doubt the truth of the above incident or its statements let them write to A. A. Coates , Brookmere , N. Y. , who was the man with whom the writer conversed , and convince them selves of its truth or falsity. J. R. C. * I S i "Do yon believe in laying on hands ? " asked a parishioner of the clergyman. "Certainly I do , " he replied. But if your child is very bad I would ad vise you to try a shingle. New York Journal. s Plso's Core for Consumption docs not dry up a cough ; H removes the cause. No'less than 2,104 persons joined the Evangelical Church in Germany in 1883 , against 1,904 in the year before. Most of these were Koraan Catholics , while 904 people left the Evangelical church for the other communions. Of the Jews 180 accepted'baptism , while eighteen Evangelical Christian's joined the jews. Mr. W. W. Arnold , Attorney at Law at Gallatin , and formerly a resident of James- port , Davies county , ilo. , has recently re turned from Drs. Dickerson & Stark's Sur gical Institute at Kansas City , where he has bad his only son treated nuccessfully for 'congenital club-feet. The bright little fel low lB-oud that he can now walk like otner little boys. High kickers never take a hint. An enagement ring Men and women. an Coaghm. " ISc. , 25c , 0 ; . . at Druz- Blsts. complete CUM Coughs , Hoarseness , bora Throat. ' Best satisfied with doing well , and leave others to talk of you as they please. When you visit or leave .New York City , save Baggage , Expressage and Carriage Hire , and stop at GBAND UNION HOTEL , opposite Grand Central Depot. 600 elegant rooms , fitted up at a cost of one million dollars lars , reduced to $ t and upwards per day. European . , . , _ , . , . plan. . , . . , . _ . Elevator. . Restaurantsup- pro- Colds , lief in use of ice 25c. When you pare off a nail is it a parapher nalia. Throwing ; a King. A.n old Greek said that a borse , which is neither flatterer nor courier , throws a king with as littlfi ceremony as ho would a per ter. ' Equally as impartial is Allen's Iron Tonic Bitters , which cures high and low of all ills arising from derangement-of the di gestive organs. All genuine bear the sig nature of J. P. Allen. St. Paul , Minn. A live beat has a hundred per cent more terrors than a dead one. I found it a sure cure. I have been troubled with Catarrhal deafness for seven or eight years with a roaring noise in my head. I bought medicine in 13 states , but nothing helped me till I procured a bottle of Ely's Cream Balm. In four 'days I could hear as well as ever. I am cured of the Catarrh as well. I consider Ely's Cream Balm the best medicine ever made. GARRETT - RETT WIDRICK , Hastings. New York. A skein of yarn testimony in the police court. * The only known specific remedy for epi leptic fits is Samaritan Nervine. Any American citizen can hope to become president and pray not to get left. "What a W.onmnSays. E. St. John , G. T. &P.-A. , Chicago , 111. : Your valuable cook book came to hand , for which accept my thanks. It's a treasure , 4or its recipes are plain and the book is well gotten up ; its typographical and general make-up speaks well of your department for doing so much for the "Women of America. ' ' May your road be as successful as every woman will be who fol lows your cook book , and every man who eats thereafter.Yours truly , MRS. M. B. KABSTEKS. This beautiful book of 123 pp. illuminated covers sent on receipt of ten cents in stamps or cash. Address , E. ST. JOHN , G. T. & P. A. , Chicago , 111. George Knight has a new play , called * 'Pumpkin Creek. ' > "Kongh on Tooth Ache. " Ask for It. In stant relief , quick cure. ICc. Druggists. Of all our infirmities vanity is the dearest to us. A man will starve his other vices to keep that alive. ' 'I had epileptic fits for 16 years , ' ' writes John Keitmy , of Principle , Md. , "Samar itan Nervine cured me. " ' $1.50 , at Drug gists. You can give a Chinese washee man a dirty cuff without fear of having it resented. The market is flooded with worthless and vile compounds for the rejuvenation of the hair , but Carbpdine , the great petroleum hair renewer still take the front rank as the best preparation ever offered to the public. New York hotel owners are redu and nodding to patrons. When you come to Omaha , Street Cars or 'JBtw for the Met Hotel. $2.00 per day. Tables any $3.00 per day house. DB. JA.QUES GEBMAN WOBM neverfail to destroy worms and rem from the system. BHEUMAT1SM , NEUBALGIA , S and BBUISES are permanently reli ] Uncle Sam's Nerve and Bone L. Sold by all druggists. PUBIFY THE BLOOD with Eilert's Day light Liver Pills. They act directly on the Liver , Stomach and Bowels being mild and cleansing but never griping or painful. SAVE YOUR HABNESS by oiling with Uncle Sam's Harness Oil which will make it soft and pliable. This is the best oil ever made for leather. Sold by all harness ma kers. kers.DB. DB. WINCHELL'S TEETHING SYBUP is just the medicine lor mothers to have in the house for the children. It will cure coughs , colds , sore throat and regulate the bowels. Do not fail to give it a trial , you will be pleased with its charming effect. Sold by all druggists. WHEN HOBSES 'AND CATTLE 'are spiritless , scraggy and feeble , they need treatment with Uncle Sam's Condition Pow der. It Purifies the blood , improves the appetite , cures COLDS and DlSTEMPEBS , invigorates the system and will keep the ani mal in a healthy , handsome condition. STOP THAT TEBBIBLE COUGH Every case of consumption commences with a cough , occasioned by having taken cold , which , if allowed to run its course , will soon work its way into the air passages and then .the lungs , if not checked by some such valuable cough remedy as EILEBT'S EXTBACT OF TAB AND WILD CHEB- BY , which is unrivalled for all diseases of the throat and lungs. Save dangerous spells of sickness and expensive Doctor's bills by taking this valuable medicine in season. Ask your Druggist for it. It is not understood , why druggists keep in stock 'so 'many kinds of medicines for coughs , colds and consumption , when it is only necessary to keep 'Allen's Lung Bal- sara , that old , reliable r'emedy'which Is a pure vegetable preparation and perfect'y harmless , as it contains no opium in any form. Sold everywhere. Brooks & Dickson will probably manage Mary Anderson next season. Patch-work The tariff bill. SKINNY MEN. "Wells' Health Hen wer" roxtores health and * vigor , cures Dyspepsia , Impo tence , fl. Charles Beade is at Cannes , where he has almost completed hla new novel. THE MARKETS. OMAHA. WmcAT-No. 2 , 7777tf c. BARLKY No. 2. 4748c. BYK No. 3. CORN No. 2. OATS No. 2. 32&33 > ic. FLOUR Wheat Graham , $2 75. CHOP FEED Per cwt. 90c. SHORTS Per ton , $14 00. ORANGES Messina , per box , $8 00. LEMONS Messina , per box , $5 005 25. APPLES Per barrel $ t 60f55 00. BUTTER Creamery , 33(335c. BUTTER Best country roll , 16 < 318c. EGOS Fresh. 27ra28c. HAMS Per ft. 13 > ic. POTATOES Choice , per bushel , HAY In bulk , per ton , $6 006 50. LARD Befined. perlb. lie. SHEEP $3 3ofS4 CO. CATTLF' $3 25S3 ( 75. HOGS $5 30(55 00. CALVKS $5 506 50. CHICAGO. WHEAT Per bushel. 95 H (5fl5 Jf c. CORN Per bushel , 54XO54 > ic. OATS Per bushel , 32&32 ? c. PORK $18 2018 25. LARD 49 90(38 92K. HOGS Mixed , $ C 307 00. CATTLE Exports. $ G 250 90. SHEEP Medium to good , $4 50S5 ( 25. ST. LOUIS. WHEAT Per bushel , $1 n'KOi 10K. CORN Per bushel , 45(345X . OATS Per bushel , SGXGiSGXc. OATTLE Exports. $6 507 00. SHKKP 93 500425. HOGS Mixed , $4 80(35 ( J5. "Mother Swan'a Worm Syrnp , " forfever- ishness. restlessness , worme , constipation ; taate le-s. 25c. Fair , of Nevada , is the richest United States senator. Menimnn'i Peptonlzed ISecf Tonic , the only preparation of beef containing Its entire nutri tious properties. It contains blood-making , force- generating and life-sustaining properties ; Invalu able for Indirection , Dysprpda , nervous pros tration , and ail farms of general debility ; also , in ail enfeebled conditions , whether th result of exhaust ion , nervous prostration , overwork , or acute d sease , particularly If resultlngfrom pulmonary complaints. OAuwELfc , HAZARD & Co. , proprietors. New iork. Sold by drogxifctt. A New York woman bequeaths $25 ° ayear * for the care of her two cats. A SURE CURE. The Army and Navy Lin iment will cure any * case of Spavin , Bing- bone , Splint or Curb , and is good for man or beast. See advertisement. Georgia is introducing a new system of free bridges. Files ! Piles ! Files ! Sure curd for Blind , Bleeding' and Itching Piles. One box has cu red the worst cases of 20 years' standing1. No one need suffers minutes f ter using Williams' Indian Pile Ointment It absorbs tumors , allays itching " its as poul tice , gives Instant relief. . Preed only for piles , itcuingr of private parts , nothing else , for $1. FRAZIER MEDICINE Co. , Cleveland , O. The bigger a newspaper is the more bus tle there is about it. If you are tired ukmg tue larye old-fash ioned griping pilis , and are satisfied that purging yourself till you are weak * nd sick is not good common-sense , then try Carter's Little Liver Pills and learn bow easy it is to be free from Billiousness , Head ache , Constipation and all Liver troubles. These little pills are smaller , easier to take and give quicker relief than any pill in use. Forty in a vial. One a dose. Price 25 cents. Langtry , the father of Lily , is as'hand some as Apollo. Of the many remedies before the public for Nervous Debility and weakness of Nerve Generative System , there is none equal to Allen's Brain Food , which promptly and permanently restores all lost vigor ; it never fails. $ lpkg. , G for $5. At druggists , or by mail from J. H. Allen , 315 First Ave. , New York City. The Bankins have made a happy success in * 'Gabriel Conroy. " . Iharo a poslllvu ix-metly for tbe tibovo disease ; by Its thousands of cases of the wort > t tlnd and of long it5 to sell Knit- pair or te In 20 f fancy- Send ttlnn in. gamei of chance. Send for mam rinoth clfcnlar. AddrenYlC BDYDAJI , ' CS aod C7 ftuun Street , .Tew lerk at j. learn Telegraptiy here and earn bigwages. . Situations furnished. Address , with stamp , VALENTIXE BROS. , Janesville , Wis. Our stock is ENTfHEi.T NEW. Descrip tive catalogue of Flower. Vegetable and ) Field reeds , rent free Page & Kelney Seedsmen and Florist ? , Des Molnes.Iowu. AGENTS WANTKD for the best and fastest selling Pictorial Books and Bibles. Price reduced 33 per cent. NATIONAL PUB. Co. , St. l < ouls. Mo. 10 Soldiers & ilelrs. Send stamp for < 1 cu-ars. Of. . 1 , . B1NQ- 11AM , Att'y , Wasnlngton , D. C. WANTED experienced Book and Bible Agents In 11 every County. Liberal Salaries Paid. Address , stating experience , P. O. Box jr. g. , dt. Louis , Mo. Learn TELEGRAPHY RnAgents' business. ILLtQnftrnl - Good Bltua-ions. BEST chance ever offered. AdJ.o BBOWNMgr.3edallaMo $65 . . , . w * * Men or Ladles to each county. Address P. W. ZIEULEB & 00. , Ohlcaio. HI. Easy to use. A-certnln cure , fet expensive. Three months treatment ; in one package. Good for Cold inkc / Heftd > u ache. Dizziness. Hay Fever , 6c. Fifty cents. By all Druggists , or by mall. E. T. HAZELTINE. Warren. Pa WNUOmaha 194-8 WETTING TO. ADVEBTISEBS please say you saw the advertisement this paper , r Ther who work early and late the year ruund need , occasionally , the healthful stimulus Imparted by a wholesome tonlo Hke liostottor's Htomsch Bitters. Tn ail. Its purity and efficiency as n rem edy and preventive of dlsea'ccommnrd it. It checks incip ient rheumatism and malarial symp- tomr , relieve * con stipation , dyspepsia onu blllongne-f , ar rests premature de cay of the phvleal energief. mitigates the Infirmities of age and hastens convnlescrnce. For tale or all Druggist * and Dealers gener ally. CATARRHEJY'S ' Cream Balm when applied by the finger into the nostrils , 'trill be ab sorbed , effectually cleansing the head of catarrhal virus , causing healthy se cretions. It allays inflammation , pro tects the membrane ot the nasal pass ages from addition' at coldscompletely - .heals the sores and u.5A. irngfnrAa taste and thorough" treatment wifl positively cure. Agreeable to use. Send for circular. Price BO cents by mail or at druggists. EI.Y BKOTJHEK8. Owero. N. Y. WRIGHT' INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS Cure Heudacbe ; Conitlpatlon , Chill * and j Fever , and all Bilious Complaint * . ALT. DRUGGISTS. PRICE US CENTS A BOX. 1 E. FEEEETT , AOEXT. 372 Pearl Street. N.Y. The Weekly . Subscriber. A for Present Every I Bend a postal card with your f nil address and we will send you by r-turn irail an Illustrated clrcu'ar containing a list of valuable presents which we give away to EVEKiT yearly uubscrloer to THE WXEKLY UALL. The subscription price of THE WESKLT CALL for one year is 'lwo Dollars ; and the present we will pive you Is worth nearly that amount. So for Two Dollars you get the TALI , for one year , and , as you may select , a ecnrf Pin , Lace Pin. Breast 1'ln , Wntch Cnann. Sleeve Buttons , &c. , &c , all warrant ed nrat-closs Jewelry. Addrest ROBERT S. DAVIS , Proprietor of The Weekly Cnll , Philadelphia , Pa. JOSEPH GILLOTT'Sl Sold by ALL DEALERS thronghont the Gold Medal Paris Exposition , 1873. $26.00 REWARD ! We will pay the above reward for any case 01 Rheumatism or Neuralgia we cannot cure. It will relieve any case of Diphtheria or Croup instantly. Army and Navy Iiln'ment will relieve pain and sore ness and remove any unnatural growth of bone or muscle on man er beast. Price per bottle : Large , fl ; small , Me. Will refund the money for any fail ure. ArmyandNavyJjInlmentCo.,51\Yabisb Ave. , ChieaKO. Htchardson & Co. , Wholesale Drue- gists , St. Iionls , Mo. , Western agenta. ROBERT STRAHORN. FRANK R. BAKEK JESSE SHERWOOD ] R. STRAHORN & CO. , LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS , Union Stock Yards , Chicago. ESTABLISHED ISO. | Most 4ny bank or regular 11 ve stock shipper through out the west can give you our standing financially and tell you how we do business. Correspondence \ 1 and consignments solicited XiIST OF DISEASES ALTVAYS CURABLE BY TJtJlNCJ ELEXICllir MUSTANG LINIMENT. OF HUMAN FLESH. OP AXUIA1S. Ehenmatlim , Scratches , Burn * and Scalds , Sorca and Galls , Etlngi and Bltci , Spavin , Cracks , Cut * and Brulaei , Screw Worm , Grub , Sprains & Stitches , Foot Rot , Hoof Ail , Contracted 9Xasclea Lameness , CtUTJbintSt Founders , Backache , Sprains , Strains , Irruptions , Sore Feet , rrost Bites , SUfThess , and nil external diseases. nd veryhurtoraccident For geasral use in family , stable and stock yard it It THE BEST OF ATJD LINIMENTS S TROWBR1DGE SEED SOWER THE BEST , CHEAPEST and SIMPLEST. Sows all ( Trains , srrass seeda. lime , salt , ashen , fertili zers and evcryinlnfr requiring broadcasting any quantity per acre , better and faster than by any other method. Haves wed by sowing1 It perfectly even. Sows Binjrle or double cast , all on either or both sides of vraKon. Not affected by wind , as the seed IB not thrown up Into the air. Perfectly flniple. Headlly attached to any wa on. Lasts a life-time. Can be > used wherever a watron can be driven. TeamwalkinK ; one mile BOWB four acres of wheat Crop one-fourtli latyer than -when drilled. Send stamp for circular giving1 terms and testimonials. Mention this paper. C. W. UOltU , Treasurer , - RACINE SEEUEll CO.DeiiHIoiiieB , Iowa- , HENRY'S CARBOLIC SALVE. The Most Powerful Sealing Ointment Ever Discovered. enry's Carbalic Salve cures Sores. Henry's Carbolic Salveailays Burns. Henry's Carbolic Salve cures Bruises. Henry's Carbolic Salve heals Pimples. Henry's Carbolic Salve cures Piles. Henry's Carbolic Salve heals Ask for Henry's and take no Other. OF COUNTERFEITS. . * ! gend Stunp"for zny circular , "How 1 manage poultry ; $75O. S1.30O. Sl.SOO a year llow to make poultry profitable. How to mafca an Incutmtoi costing Icei than S6. llow to build cheap poultry houses. Preierve eegi. Cure Cholera ; Alake I Jens Lay ; CencralMnn- ogcmcnt.etc.etc. l.OOOthings forthepoul try yard. A new book , a G. BESsEY , ABILKNE. KANSAS. Breeder of Plymouth Bock fowl * and Poland-China swine. * PIUPCQC * CROFUJ'A , SAX.T JIIIF.TJM- bAKUtno , EUYSIPEI.AW , XITEUMA. TISM. and all BI 'Od Dlsea-es cured t > y JAJOSW'B Ext Ked ( lover , fcend tor circulars. Testimonials. J. M. LOOSE & LO , Monroe , Alicb. Barnes' Wire Check Eleven Years Practical Use In the Field. OI * Popular because Simple and Easy to Operate. It has the lead with the Dealers and the Farmers , who have rendered an unanimous verdict that it is the test Check Renatr made. The -wire dors Jiot cross the mnc.'ilne , thus aTasJinf a GREAT WEAR AND STRAIN Off TI& WIRE , and friction 011 the pulleys , and making wire that does r.ot cross the machine outwear sev eral wires that do cross. CH/lMBEnS , BERING , QUINLAN CO. , Exclusive Manufacturers. DECATUR , ILLS. CLOSZ3 CK C7SCQ2 07 17332. Onl v Single Tlinfj e ver invent ed that Closes on Outside. Only Double Ring Invented. of the Nose. Brown's ' Sllipiical ffii RINGS AHD HOLDER. Trlplo Greets S : The only ring that will effectually keep hogs Only Single Rincr that clones on the outside of the from rooting. No sharp points in the nose. nose. "No sharp points in the flesh to keep it sore. CHAMBERS. BERING , QUINLAN CO. . Exclusive Manufacturers. DECATL'R. ' ILLS. SHREWD FARMERS AND STOCKMEN Find it pays them to give Uncle Sam's Condition Pow der freely to diseased stock , and occasionally to all ; be cause it purifies the blood , aids digestion , stimulates the various functions to healthy secretion , and thus pro motes growth , and gives a smooth , glossy coat of hair. NTLCJI COWS are much benefited by the occa sional use of Uncle Sam's Condition Powder in slop or feed. feed.HOGS fatten faster when it is given three or four days in succession every month or two. SHEEP All diseases common to sheep , such as coughs , colds , scabs , etc. , are relieved by this powder. OSWe caution all mho deaire a truly meri torious article to be mire and ewfc for Vncle Sam Condition fonder , anU accept no other a * a substitute. _ PREPARED ONLY BY THE EMMERT PROPRIETARY CO. , - - CHICAGO , ILL , I It is a well-known fact that most of the f Horse and CattlePowdersold In this conn- Itry is worthless ; that Sheridan's Condi- Itlon Powder is absolutely pure and very ( valuable. Jfothins on Earth will I niak © liens lay like Sheridan s . _ I Condition Powder. Dose , one teaspoonful to each pint of food. It will also prevent and cure \ * * m ma\ISfHt fUf\l CO A Hog Cholera , < tc. Sold everywhere , or sent by mall for I CH I V BvtlM Wii WB-tf\y 25 cents In stamps. Abe famished in large cans , for ' breeders'use , price $1.00 ; by mail , $1.20. Circulars sent FKEE. I. S. JOHysoy & CO. , Boston. Mass.