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About McCook weekly tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 188?-1886 | View Entire Issue (July 10, 1884)
In days Justlflovm ,
Ere dudes were known ,
When cowboys he'd their sway ;
A cowboy bold , in buckakln old ,
Bang merrily this lay :
"My love is young and fair ,
My love has 'goldlne' hair ;
. And figure tall and feet so small
That none with her compare ,
So what care I , though liquor.'a high ?
I'll drink her health or die 1"
This cowboy bold
Spent alljhis gold
On ten-cent whisky straight ;
And still he told that Btory old
Until the hour was late :
"My love is young and fair ,
My love has 'goldlne' hair ;
And figure tall and feet so small
That none with her compare ,
So what care I , though liquor's high ?
I'll drink her health or die ! , ' '
Now young and old
My story's told
In words most sadly true ;
This cowboy bold lay in the cold ,
So drunkie could not chew ;
Bis love she was not there ,
His love with 'goldlne' hair ,
And figure so tall and feet so small
That none with her compare.
But what cares he so fast and fly ?
* Be'll drink her health or die 1
[ Kitty Klvdeln Helena Independent.
ADVERTISING WITHOUT COST.
The Result , as is Usual in Such Cases , Wa
A hardware man lately took th
agency for a new kind of ice-box fo
preserving cold victuals. It was i
pretty good thing , he thought , and i
was only necessary to enlighten thi
public regarding its real merits and in
disputable advantages over everythinj
else of the kind to cause a tremendou
rush of customers eager to purchase
so he counseled with himself and solilo
quized thusly :
"That refrigerator must be brough
before the people , and I am just thi
man to do it. Don't talk to me abou
your newspaper advertisements. I'l
show you how to advertise without cost
You don't ketch me paying a paper fo ;
advertising ; not I. I'm too old foi
that , and I show folks a new idea.1
Then he laughed a satisfied laugh , ant
at once set about making a practical
test of Tiis new method of diffusing in
formation. He mixed up a pot of blacl
paint , procured several large sheets o
-caid-board and after much
- - , expert
menting and repeated attempts , finally
succeeded in producing two signs tha1
read as follows :
"Fifty dollars to the man who cat
prove that any two things put into this
ice-chest will taste one of the other. "
He had a refrigerator run cut to the
curb-stone , hung a sign over each side ,
and retired indoors to await the expected -
pected run of customers. People pass
ed. up and down the street , jostled eacl
other in their hurry , glanced at the ice
box and its signs , and went on. Aftei
some hours of disappointed hopes and
expectations the dealer saw a pedes
trian halt , calmly peruse the wonderful
announcement , and rather hesitatingly
advance to the door.
"Do you mean it ? " he inquired in an
anxious tone , pointing over his shoul
der to the signs.
Yes-sir-ee , " emphatically responded
"Put your money up , " insinuated the
"No , sir , " replied the dealer , in a
pompous style ; "my word is as good as
the cash. "
"All right , I'll take you , " responded
the stranger , as he departed. Some
time after he returned with a box under
"Stick to your agreement ? " he
"Of course I will , " answered the
dealer , wondering what in the name oi
Christopher Columbus the man had in
The stranger set his boxes down on
the sidewalk , and a crowd began to col
lect. "He told the dealer that he was
afraid that he ( the dealer ) would back
out of the bargain , but the latter as
serted his readiness to put up the
stamps if necessary. The stranger
opened a box , lifted a cat out and
placed her in the refrigerator ; then he
opened the other box and look there
from a wire cage containing a large
"Now , mister , " said he , "you just
shut that door in a hurry when I flop
the rat inside , and I'll go you another
fifty that one will taste of the other in
less'n five minutes. "
The crowd yelled , and the dealer
slammed the refrigerator door and slid
into the- store , with a remark about
fools and swindlers. He still refuses to
recognize the stranger.'s. claim to the
$50 but has taken his sign in.
125 Years Old.
Messrs. Francis Newbery & Son , Lon
don , England , established for 125 years ,
write : As a testimonial from one of the
oldest drug-houses in Great Britain , re
specting your household remedy , will
no doubt be of interest to you , we are
pleased to make the statement that we
have sold St. Jacobs Oil with satisfac
tion to the public , for several years ,
and that owing to the extraordinary
merits of the article , the demand is
continually increasing , and that we
have heard of many favorable reports
regarding its great virtue as a pain-
"Yes , sir , I'm going home to see my
folks down in New York , " said a young
man as best he could between his fre
quent spells of painful coughing. His
face was thin and each of his cheeks
dotted with a small pink spot ; his eyes
were bright but sunken , his hands limp
and fleshless , his voice hollow and his
breath short. "I've been out west a
couple of years , sir ; went out for my
health , which was poor. I got better ,
a good deal better , and went to work.
Think I must have worked too hard , as
I was .anxious to get enough money
ahead to build a nice house for some
body from back in New York. Any
how , I got sick again , and concluded
to'go home. But Pll pick up wonde
folly after 1 get there. I'm sui
I will. There's mother , yt
know , to takle care of me , ' an
make beef tea for me and herb med
cine. And she'll undress me and pi
me to bed till I get strong enough to d
it myself. I haven't been undresse
for five nights. Father'li buy ever
thing for me I want , and there's oi
Nell , my favorite horse I'll drive hf
around till I am able to get on her bac
as I used to. And there's the sonn
body I spoke of she'll be there , toi
and I know I shall get well when I'l
with her. What a nice time I'll have
1 don't mean to work any for two c
three months , but walk about the det
old place , help father feed the calve :
watch the pigs eat in the barnyard , rid
old Nell up and down the. lane and eve
the fields , sit and fish for bass down i
the pool , and go bathing in the creel
just as I did when I was a boy. And
must go to the old schoolhouse , teethe -
the old schoolhouse where I went fc
ten years , except during harvej
and haying. And the whit
church up at the corners won't th
folks be surprised to see me there ne :
Sunday ? Yes , sir , I'm going home
and it makes me so happy I feel almos
well again. I think a"night's rest o
one of mother's feather beds with m
clothes off will make a. new man c
me. Good night , ' sir , if you're going
Only one night more traveling for me
I'll be home in the morning. " At th
station next morning were the younj
man's friends to meet him with a ai
riage. The conductor hadtelegrapnei
them at midnight. They were sobbing
The carriage had blacK plumes. It
occupant was lifted from the baggag
car. "Old Nell" was hitched near b ;
with the family chaise , in which sat'
young girl with her face between he
hands. At the white church up at th
corners the next Sabbath they wer
surprised to see him.
Plao'a f.nro for Consumption does not dry up
couga ; It removes tbe cause.
Speed of Thought in Dreams.
A paragraph published in the Ledge
ome weeks ago , giving a calculatioi
of the speed of thougnt in dreams
based upon a case that happened t <
present the required data , has beei
widely copied and has called out othe :
stories and estimates of the same kind
A correspondent of the Scientific Amer
can relates that during the Turco-Rus
sian war a telegraph operator at Seda
lia , Mo. , was receiving a press dis
patch in which the name o
Gortschakoff frequently appeared
The operator became so familiar wit !
this succession of sounds that as seer
as the first syllable of the name had
been received he went to sleep , had
long and elaborate dream about a hunt
ing trip in the Indian territory , occupy
ing several days , and finally during th <
division of the game woke up in timetc
take the final syllable of Gortschakoff'
name and the rest of the message. It
is calculated that the time occupied bj
this dream was forty-four one-hun-
iredths of a second. The story is
equally good , it will be observed ,
whether it is taken as a contribution tc
science or a newspaper humor.
No Patent. No Pay. Send modeler
or drawing. Stoddart & Co. , 413 G.
Street , Washington , D. C. , Patent At
Royalty in the Composing Boom.
It was my destiny oace to engage the
leceased Prince Leopold , Duke oi
Albany , in a long conversation , writes
a , London correspondent. In the fall
D ! 1879 Prince Leopold , accompanied
t > y his former tutor , Canon Duckworth ,
Tisited the office of one of the largest
rf the London morning newspapers , on
the staff of which I was at that time
amployed. I was deputed by the pro
prietors to show the Prince over the
building , a task which occupied about
three hours ; for the Prince not only
lesired to see everything that was to
be seenHhere , but to have it explained
: o him in detail. The poor old canon
became quite wearied of the inspection
ind once or twice hinted at the pro
priety of quitting , until the Prince told
aim plainly that he was not disposed to
liurry. When passing through the
jomposing-room , the Prince dum-
iounded one of the compositors by ask
ing him for the loan of his composing
jtick. Of course the Prince's request
ivas at once complied with , when his
royal highness proceeded to still further
istonish the typos by setting two or
ihree lines from a page of manuscript
ivhich lay on the case. It was evident
; hat the Prince was perfectly acquainted
vith the arrangement of the cases and
: ould compose type with ease.
Court etiquette requiring that no one
vho has not been officially introduced
ihall put any question to any royal per-
lonage , I was precluded asking for the
ixplanationl so ardently desired to
lave. Noticing , I suppose , my puz-
: led expression , the Prince .proceeded
, o enlighten me. He had learned prac-
ical printing , he said , when a young
> oy , at his uncle's in Germany , and had
pent five weeks at the task.
There is no historic custom in the
oyal family of England , as there is in
hat of Germany , requiring every prince
o go through the farce of pretending
o learn a trade , hence Prince Leopold's
yiowledge of printing must have been
roluntarily acquired. That the late
) uke of Albany was an accomplished
inguistand musician , was generally
: nown , but I think that it has been re-
erved for me to publish , for -the first
ime , that to his other acquirements
aust be added the art of the composi-
Scrofula , Scald-head , Tetter , Eose-rash ,
'alse-measles , Nettle-rash , Lichen , Red-
urn. Branny-tetter , Dry-tetter , Shingles ,
nd all diseases of a scrofulous nature are
ored by bathing the diseased skin with
'aplllon Skin Core.
The home industrial schools in New York
ave sheltered 80,000 children and found
ountry homes for 6UOO.
Inordinate itching of the Skin or infhm-
latlon Is relieved at once by Papillon Skin
"Iced tea'is peddled in the streets of
few Orleans. .
Nothing is more obnoxious than cant.
Ispecially if you are trying to move a
if e-and the cant happens to get onto
our side. [ Kockland Courier ,
Button Directors of th Union Facli
' Moving West on tHoUouble-Qalck.
* * ' '
A Chicago dispatch of thd 28th says
Mr. Dexter one bf he Boston directors
the Union Pacific , arrived here yesterdi
rather unexpectedly. on his way to Omahi
He left on-the noon train takingjS. B. Call )
way with him. It is stated that other eas
ern directors will come west next week'o
the same errand. The caiise for this ' ne
investigation , Just after President Adan
and F. L. Ames have examined the con
pany's affairs , has not transpired. It is qul
evident that something new has turne
up and that some decisive'action is soon 1
be taken by the directors. It -clalmed-l
some that the intention in to have the roa
placed in the hands of a receiver , and th :
before taking the step the directors wish l
personally examine the affairs of tbe con
pany and see if such action is actually nee
ees'ary. There are some , however , wb
claim to be posted in Union Pacific attain
who insist the road caunotbe placed in tb
hands of a receiver so long as it can pay IE
terest on Itsljondedindebtedness , and thei
are no indications that default had to 'I
"Dear me , " gasped Mrs. Knoawl
"here is a terrible item in the papei
My , how the poor man must have sui
fered ! " "What is it ? " asked her-hus
band , coming to her side. "Why , on
of those poor walking-match fellow
swallowed a sponge ! " "WhatLe
me see. " ! After 'Carefully reading th
article Mr. K. threw the paper down
growling : "You women ain't got :
grain of sense ; it don't say he swal
lowed a sponge. " "I know it don't ii
those exact words , " answered his wife
then brightly continued : "Hut hov
could he throw up the sponge if h
didn't swallow it1' .
Another Life Saved.
About two years ago , a prominen
citizen of Chicago was told by his phy
sicians that he must die. They said hii
system was so debilitated that there wai
nothing left to build on. He made uj
his mind 'to try -"new departure. '
He got some of of Dr. Pierce's "Goldei
Medical Discovery" and took it accord
ing to directions. He began to improvi
at once. He kept up the treatment foi
some months , and is to-day a well man
He says the "Discovery" saved his life
How refreshing it is to the city mar
to walk through the green fields of the
country when they are adorned witl
thousands of wild but beautiful flowers
and how it arouses his sluggish energj
and sends the blood' coursing through
his veins when he carelessly kicks ovei
a wasp's nest and has to run for deai
life. Philadelphia Chronicle.
Victims of youthful indiscretions suf
fering from nervous debility , lack oi
self-confidence , impaired memory , and
kindred symptoms , should send three
letter stamps for large illustrated trea
tise , giving means of certain cure , with
numerous testimonials. Address
World's Dispensary Medical Associa
tion , Buffalo , N. Y.
The Century will commence in th
August number a series of three paperJ
by Mr. W. J. Stillman , recording the
experiences of a classical expedition
undertaken for the magazine. His ob
ject was to trace the wanderings oi
Ulysses , as described in Homer's
"Odyssey , " and to identify , as far as it
is possible to-day , the localities visited
by the Ithacan king. The articles will
have archaeological value , as well as
special interest : for modern travelers.
"Frailty , thy Name is Woman. "
Fhat she is frail , often in body ,
' "This true , 'tis true 'tis a pity. '
And pity 'tis , 'tis true. "
Dr. Pierce's "Favorite Prescription"
is the best restorative tonic for physical
Erality in women , or female weaknesses
) r derangements. By druggists. Price
reduced to one dollar.
GLADSTONE'S ASTUTENESS , j
Concessions to France , bnt English
Opinion D. fended. |
A cable from London of the 28th
itates that a complete change has come over
he political sky since Monday. The minis-
ry , which last week was believed in im-
uinent danger , and in hesitation whether
o dissolve or resign , emerges triumphant
'or the momentfrom amid the most press-
ng perils. Tne Es yptian crisis , tnough
lot over , postponed , Gladstone's genius
or parliamentary strategy has made his
vorst mistake abroad but saved him at
lome. His agreement with France , as de-
cribed by himself , proves to embody nearly
svery concession to French susceptibilities ,
ind every defense of English opinion which
tad been foretold. It is his astuteness in
eparating the two halves of his policy
vhich gives the premier his present tri-
OSTSix Photographs Free.
"We are now giving away to each yearly
ubscriber to the ST. Louis SUNDAY SAY-
SGS six handsome Cabinet Photographs of
eading actors and actresses. These pictures
re the best in the market , and retail in the
tores at 25 cents apiece. The SUNDAY
AYINGS is the brightest and best newspa-
> er in the United States. Send five cents
or sample copy. Price $1.50 per year.
THE SAYINGS COMPANY ,
513 Elm Street , St. Louia , Mo.
E. L. Godkin , of The Nation , a widower ,
) about to be married again. .
- m 1J m
Miss Josephine Parry , of Lamar , Mo. , Is
ecovering from her paralysis since she
ommenced at Drs. Dickerson & Stark's
urgical Institute at Kansas City.
It is said the New York Herald has spent
173,000 fighting the newsdealers.
Fare Cod-Iilver Oil , made from selected livers
a the sea shore by CASWKLL , TTAKARTI & Co. , New
'ork : It Is absolutely pure and sweet. Patients
'ho have once taken it prefer t to all others. Phy-
Icianshave decided it superior to any of the other
Us in market.
Chapped Sand * , Face , Flmplei , and Rough
kin , cored by using JJUNIPER TAB SOAP , made by
IASWKLL , HATiAnn & Co. . New York.
A buffalo , a fox , a dromedary and a ze-
ra have all been born in the Philadelphia
oo this year. .
IF afflicted with Sore Eyes , use Dr. Isaac
Ihompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell it.
Last week porpoises appeared for the first
ime this season in New York harbor a
[ gn of hot weather.
The death by heart disease of A. R
Jrane , a Harvard senior , is the fifth
atality that has occurred among Har-
rard students this year. Crane was the
trongestman and the best general
thlete in the college. - -
.When.you visit .NewOTor&City , via Cei
traljlepot , save Baggage Expressage and !
Carriage Hire/ and stop at tho'Grand Unit
Hotel , opposite said depot. ' 8Lc hunurc
elegant rooms fitted uofct a cost of one mi
lion dollars ; $1 and uuwards per day. El
ropean plan. Elevator. . Restaurant sui
plied with the best. Horse cars , stages an
elevated railroad to all depots. Famllii
can live better for less money ratf the Gran
Union Hotel than tX any other first-cia !
hotel In the city. _
The parson at the wedding is the rigl
man in the rite place. _
Save 92.OO Per Day.
When you visit Omaha and wish to stop at
good hotel , go to Metropolitan , conu
Twelfth and Douglas streets. There you ca
got the same accommodations at 53.00 per da
as at any of the first-class houses that charg
$4.00. The Metropolitan is famous for it
first-class tables , its good beds , its cleanllnes
and tow prices : This la the hotel that acoon
modatod one hundred more guests than an
other house during the State Fair last f al
and without any extra charge because of
rush. It is the only fS.OO PER DAY HOIK
OKHTRALI.Y LOCATED. _
A water party Jay Gould. A "T'
par y Tom Ochlltree. _
A CARD. To all who are suffering from ei
rors and Indiscretions of youth , nervous weal
ness , early decay , loss of manhood , &o. , Iwi
send a recipe that will cure you , FREE 0 ]
CHARGE. This great remedy was disoovere
by a missionary In South America. Send sell
addressed envelope to REV. JOSEPH T. IHUAK
Station D , Newiork. _
The first 'cyclone happened in Eden. 1
Was a perfect hurryCain. . _
BED-B17G8. flle , roaches , ants , rats , mice
cleared out by "KOCGH ON BA-rs. " l&c.
An academy to teach the Aztec languagi
has been started in the City of Mexico.
Something that will quiet the nerves , gtvi
strength to the body , induce refreshing
sleep , Improve the quality of the blood , ant
purify and brighten the complexion , is whai
many persons would be glad to obtain ,
Carter's Iron Pills are made for exactly this
class of trouble's , and ara remarkably sue'
cessful in accomplishing The ends desired ,
as named above. They are useful for boti
men and women. Sold by druggists.
Price , 25 cents a box. See advertisement.
Industrious old ladies , as well as dele
gates , believe In the "you knit" rule.
Solid men admire the beautiful , and thie
accounts in some measure for the thousands
upon thousands of bottles of Carbollne , the
deodorized petroleum hair renewer and
dressing , which have been sold yearly since
its invention by Messrs. Kennedy & Co. , of
Plttsburg Pa. _ _
A clay which can be utilized in the manu
facture of putty has been discovered in At-
tala , Miss. _
I have had Catarrh for years In its worst
form. Before I had used one bottle of Ely's
Cream Balm droppings into my throat had
ceased , pain and soreness in my head was
removed , as well as deafness. It gives me
immediate relief for cold in the head. MBS.
J. D. HAGADORN , Union , N. Y. [ Price 60
cents. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
A New York dairyman was fined 5500 for
feeding his cows swill. _
"KOUGH OKPAIBT. " Quick cure for Colic ,
Cramps , Dlairhoea , Aches , Pains , tpralns , Head-
Boston has on its streets and squares 886
electric lights , all burning at the city's ex
At certain seasons of the year nearly every
person suffers to a greater or less extent
taom impurity of the blood , biliousness ,
c. , &c. This should be remedied as soon
is discovered , otherwise serious results
may follow. Sherman's "PKICKLY ASH
BITTERS" will effectually remove all taint
of disease and restore you to health.
A button is one of those events that are
ilways coming off. _
5VHKAT No. 2 , 65(365Kc (
BARLEY No. 2 , 5052c.
RYE No. rf , 4647c.
30RN No , 2 , 38Kfc 38tf c.
DATS No. 2 , 2930c.
FLOUR Wheat Graham , $2 503 00.
JRANGBS Messina , per box , aU 00(38 ( 00.
[ iKMONa Messina , per box , $5 2535 75. f
BUTTER Creamerv , 1820c.
BUTTKB Best country roll , 12 > f15o.
Baas Fresh. 12"ai3 > c
SHICKENS Perdoz. , live , $300(33 50.
STRAWBERRIES Per case , $2 753 50.
DHICKKNS Perlb. . dressed , 1213c.
UNIONS Per bushel , 90cl 00.
POTATOES New , per bu . , 60(2 ( 65 . .
SAY Bailed , per ton , $10 OOO12 00.
OKSS PORK $19 00@ 0 00.
iHEBF $4 004 50.
STEERS $4 2505 25.
lees 4 50(35 00.
) ALVE8 $5 50O6 50.
iVHEAT Per bushel , 8384Kc
) ORN Per busnel , 5252Hc.
) ATS Per bushe ! , 2929 > ic.
? ORK $16 60O16 75.
4ARD $7 407 42K.
lees Packing and shipping , $4 90O525.
JiTTUt Exports , $6 4006 75.
iHEEP Medium to extra , $4 00(34 ( 25.
VHEAT Per bushel. OOKcan 00.
JORN Per bushel , 48ffl48 > ic.
> ATS Per bushel , 2728o'c. (
BATTLE Exports. $6 5Qfa 80.
IHEEP Medium , $3 50(34 ( 50.
lOGS Packers , $5 005 25.
XERVOU8 Weakness , Dysoeptla , Sexual De-
lllty , cored by ' Welm' Health Renewer. " Jl.
The Paris Gaulois denies a rumor that
he Count de Paris is engaged on a life of
Of 'the many remedies before the public
3r Nervous Debility and weakness of Nerve
lenerative System , there is none equal to'
illen's Brain Food , which promptly and
ermanenlly restores all lost vigor ; it never
ills. $1 pkg. , 6 for $5. At druggists , or
y mail from J. H. Allen , 315 First Ave. ,
few York City.
Yaller Dog and Raw Dog are the names
f two little towns south of Heppner , Ore.
Sprains , onuses , stiff joints , burns ,
cams , and rheumatism are relieved by
Fncle Sam's Nerve and Bone Liniment.
old by druggists. _
Worms cause peevishness , fevers , con-
nlsions and frequently death. A pleasant.
ife and certain remedy Is Dr. J AGUE'S
ffiBMAN WORM CAKES. Sold by all
Headache , constipation , liver complaint ,
ilionsness are cured by that mild , cleans-
ig remedy which never produces pain ,
IILERT'S DAYLIGHT LIVES PILLS.
inly 25 cts. Sold by Druggists.
An economical man will keep the leather
f his harness soft and pliable , which pre-
3rves it from cracking or ripping. He al-
rays uses UNCLE SAM'S HARNESS OIL.
old by all Harness Makers. _
One. third of all who die in active middle
fe are carried of by consumption. The
test frequent cause is a neglected cold ,
DUgh , hoarseness , bronchial trouble or
aihma , ail of which may be permanently
iired by EILERT EXTRACT OF TAR
2TD WILD CHERRY. Sold by Drug-
A farmer's wealth depends on the condi-
on of his stock. When scraggy and feeble
ley are especially liable to distempers , f e-
ers , colds , and all disease which destroy
oimals. ' Thousands of dollars are saved
tmually by that valuable old standby.
FNCLE SAM'S CONDITION POWDER
Restless , fretful , crying children are suf-
jring and need for their relief DR. WINCH-
ILL'S TEETHING SYRUP , which Is use-
il not only for all the disorders of teething
ifants , but cures coughs , croups , sore
iroat , colic and cramps of older children ,
ad should always be kept in every house
> r emergencies. Only 25 cts. Sold by all
STINGING , Irritation. Inflammation , all Kid
ner and Urinary Compliant * , cured by "Ouchu
talba. " IL
In Montana sheep are uow selling at $5
bead , and ratt'p ' nt$35 to * 40 In the herd.
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Bend for Pamphlet of Testimonial * .
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In ny practice for tha part aizteen yearaand
cheerfully recommend It u being a safe and
reliable remedy. " a
Dytpepila , General De&ility ,
Janadioe , Halitnal Conatipa-
tion < Iiiver Complaint * 3iok
Headache , Diseaiod Kid *
aeyi , Etc. , Etc.
It contains only the Purest Drugs , among
which may be enumerated 'B1CKW ASH DAEZ
1OT BXSSI23 , XAOTSAa , BWOT , EZH2TA , Etc.
It cleanses the system thoroughly , and as a
PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD
It Is not an Intoxicating beverage , nor car
It bo used as fldch , by reason of Its Cathartlt
PRICKLY ASH BITTERJS CO.
Sole Proprietors ,
< tT. IQUIR AND KANSAS CITY.
Are vnequalledln EXACTING SERVICE ,
Used by thu Chlel
I Mechanician of th
U.S.Coast Survey :
-by the Admiral
U. b. Naval Observ
atory , for Astro-
knoinicalwork ; and
'by XiocomotlT *
.KntTlneers , Con-
Iductors and Rall-
r way men. They are
all nses in which close
[ time and durability are re >
Iquisltes. Sold in principal
I cities and towns by the COM-
I PANT'S exclusive Acents
; * dlngj l r . ) whoglve'a gull Warranty.
CATARRH THIS HUM
was discovered by its
arid is tbe resu t of ex
periments , b-sed upon
many years experi
ence as Hba-macists
It i different from
used for these iroubles
being bariulpi-s anc
agreeable ; offerintcln
tbose rest ects a mark
ed contrast ti the
D A VGEROUS and
IIAItJIFCr , LIQCIUS ,
SNUTPH and CAUTER
IZING POWDEI'S. Ap
ply by the finger into
ibe nostrils , fend for
circular. 0 cents at
Druggists GO cents by
ELY BROTHERS. Druggists. Owpgo. N. Y.
IORSE COLIC AND WATER CURE. It
If w * * will cure thn worst case of
jasmndicorwiMDcoLicinone hour orinflamma-
on of the Bladder o" Kidneys if promptly attend-
Ito. It has been used in the Royal Vetenn ry
ollege , London , England , f r 17 year * , in my own
ractice In the United States , and ithasnaver fall-
em the many thousand cases I nave used it in.
rice SI.00 per bottle with full instructions 'or its
se. BendffrmyNevr General Information Boole
ee. Address , DB. J. W. CBIl/E8&rO ,
For sale by all druggists. Dayton , Ohio.
OShotCu Revolvers ,
! ? BlB k . B
r taughtat Omaha School Telegraphy , Omah
Neb. Send for circular. E. O. WAIT , Manages
FARM Telegraphy or hort-hand and type
HUH writing here. Hltnatlons furnished.
Address Valentine Bros. , Janesville , Wls.
'ATENTS ! The * . P. Simpson. Wash
ington. D.C No pay asked
r patent until obtained. Write for Inventor's Qnlde
HARIES SHIVERICK , FDRMTDKE.
12O6 , 12O8 < & 121OFaranm t.Omaha.
kOKXTft WANTED for the beat and faatwt
telling Pictorial Books and Bibles. Price reduced
per cent. NATIONAL PITB. Oo. . St. Louis. Mo.
f AATKl * experienced Book and Bible Agents in
every County. Liberal Salaries Paid. Address
itlng experience , P. O. Box g. g. , St. ixmls. Mo.
norpbtne liiuuit car cl inlfT
to 20 day a. No pay till Cared.
DB. J. bTEPHjcNS , Lebanon. Ohio.
coPISO'S CU R E FORro
CBIES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS. ,
Use in lime , bold by druggists.
N U Omaha 214 28
HEN WETTING TO. ADVERTISERS ,
please say you saw the advertisement In
"A 8EVKUE CASK Of OATAKKH CURED. "
Mr. At a B. 11 wley. of the firm of Pltrco & llow-
lar. DroRjutfl and Apotfn < Mrtes , oor. % tn and Indi
ana ATO f says ; "I was ffltctad with a Terr iue > r-i-
vated lorrn or latir'h.iOTornl phrflctani predicted
tnixt It would foon tnd In consumption. Wo have
fold PAIMM.UN nvrAKRIi COJiK fornoulr two
ream and he.nl uch peed report * fr m our custom -
er that I was induced to uw the remedy fur rar
own cute ; the icsult wni unprecedented. I com
menced to Ret ifoll after uslna It the first time. I
com Inuedoslntr the remedy for tsvcpil week * , and
am now entireU cured , i ulll be glad to giro nny
one calling upon mo further particular * , faplllon
OatarrnCuro'wo'aroconn'lont l ti < o only * ur cure
f6r Catarrh acute or chronic IK y Fever or Uot
To the needs of the
tourist , commercial
; traveler and new
Ptomacb Blttars Is
peculiarly * itaoted.
ilnce It strengthens
and braces the phys
ical en rgie to un-
healtnful Influence *
' It re01 ores and pre
vents malarial fever
omit potion , dys-
i popili , heaith'nily
ttmulate-i the kid
neys and bladder ,
and nnrlchMM well
in" purltH * the btood.
When overtime by
fatlKue , whether
mental or phr-lcal.
th-i weary and de
bilitated find it a
tellable source of
w iav rmiewcd strength
and comfort for sale by all DrugKlats and Dealers
A Skin of Beauty Is a Joy Forever.
DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'3
Oriental Cream , or Mngleial Beuntlfler.
S3. " " fliBk BemovesTan ,
" & MSh-
-"Ea - ches
Freckle * and
. * kln dUeanes
beau.y , and
tion. It has
stood the te >
of thlity years
nnd la so
taste It to be
sure tbe prop-
proper y made
TiTe'diatlnsulthed Ir. I * . A7-a"yre Bald ( to a lady of
the haul ton ( a patient ) : "As v. u ladles will use
them , l recommend vouraud's Cream' as tbe leist
htirmfulof all the Skin pr-paratlon * . ' One bottle
will last , ilx u onths uMnv it i-verv day. Also ou-
dre Bubtilo removes superfluous hair wlthoat Injury
totheftkln. MUK M. II T. UOU.tAUn. Hole Hnip
43 Bond ft. N. V. For sa'e by all Prugglsta and
Fancy floods Dealers jy newaro of base imita
tions Jl.OOO Koward for tiriest and proof of any Oiie
selling tbe same.
AGENTS WANTED !
For Our Family Newspaper ,
THE ST , LOUIS SUNDAY SAYINGS !
5 Sample Copies Free * * > setter uo of
Handsome Oil Painting
Given to each Ascent urndlnff as money tar
tea subscriber * .
DPThe painting is wortb $8.00 in any picture
Price of Paper , SI.GO a Tear.
We refer to the following parties in this city and
elsewhere as to our responsibility : St. Louis Na-
li mal Bank ; 8t Louts Eventiis broi.lcle Kansas
DityTlnieaC'o. . Kan&asUlty Mo. ; ft L < uls ; News
paper Union ; Graham Paper < o. , bt. Uiute , Mo. ,
snd any other business man or firm in thli city.
THE SAYINGS COMPANY ,
51 E'm ' Street , St. Louis , Mo.
! * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
. . LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8 * .
. * IS A POSITIVE CUBE FOR
All those painful Complaint ?
* and Weaknesses so common *
* * * * *
* to our best
* * * * * *
k > * FEMALE POPULATION. * *
Frke $1 la liquid , pill or loienge fora.
' Jts purpose is solely for the legitimate healing of
liseaie and the relief of pain , and that ft does all
t claims to do , thousands of ladies can gladly testify.
It will euro entirely all Ovarian troubles , Inflamnuv-
lon and Ulceration , Falling and Displacements , and
onsequent Spinal Weakness , and is particularly
daptedtothe changeof life * *
It removes Faintnesg. Flatulency , destroys all craving
or stimulant- ' , and relieves Weakness of the Stomach.
t cures Bloating. Headaches , Nervous Prostration ,
taneral Debility , Sleeple-wness , Depression and Indh-
estion. That reeling of bearing down , causing pain ,
nd backache , is always permanently cured by Its use.
Send stomp to Lynn , Mas * . , for pamphlet. Letters of
aqulryconudentlallyanswered. Forsaleatdruyylit * .
be most Elegant Blood Purifier , Liver Invlgora-
ir. Tonic , and Appetizer over known. The first
liters containing Iron ever advertised In Amerl-
i. Unprincipled persons -areinitatlnjj the cam * :
iok out for frauds. Sea
iat tbe following ligna-
irels on every bottle and
ikcnone other : ,
SST. PAUI. , arjJfJf. " Druggist & CheiaiJ
> 5 FOOTE'8 Original METHODS
ll Fl PYFQ a e iewv 'ithcntd''cOF
LU I. I LO tors.meUicine orglasscs
or ur-conifortaWc truss.
UlUnCIO Cured vithnntrntfinp :
HIlT , rtc. : causes'
' and rational treatment , f
' Diseases of all kinds i'a ,
illeil "incurable. " ICc.each. ;
Jdrrss Dr. E. B. FOOTE , Eos 788 , X. Y. City.
- - -
- - - - vw
loa a fad different from alt
uiers. Is cnp shanc. with Self-
A ttaff Baflln ren'ter.7dij&
Mte the ball in the cup
resses back the intes-
IS.STAKDARD. 5 TON
JONES WAGON-SCALES ,
Iiou Lavera. Steel Bearing ! . Bru *
OF Tare Beam tnd Beam Box ,
JOSESh p.ti the freight for fro
Price Llit mention thn paper an j
addrtu JQNES OF BINQHAMTON.
I by ALL DEALERS throughout the \Vorld.
fold Medal Paris Exposition , 1878 ,
II buy 33 per cent , more Groceries at the Old Be *
) le store of
iJ. B. FJKENCH < Ss CO. , OMAILA. ,
ji can be bought elsewhere in the state. They se
lb . A. Sugar for . . . . 81. OO
1-8 lb . Extra C 8ngar for - 81. OC
1-8 Ib * . Granulated Sugar ( or * 81. OC
Vb . .New Orleans Sugar for . 81. OO
d other goods in proportion. Send for Monthly
CO List , J. B. FKKNCH & CO. , OMAHA.
I aHv Ao > pnf * * * > " 'inB'
LdUy ngeniSnent emptoyraeat
anJjooQ saiazy selling Queen City
Sample outfit Free. Address Qneeat
I I PURGATIVE
_ _ _ _ _ , _
E4U elX ySfICK AIACHE'BllIonmes * and all LIVES , and BOWEL Complaints - T.nTi
BLOOD POISON , and Skin Diseases ( ONE PILI. A DOSE ) . Per Pemale Coniglalnta these ? m
have no equa. "I flnd tem a valuable Cathartic and Liver Pill. Dr. T. M. Pateerlatcmticello f
"In my practice I use no other J. Denniaon. MJJ. , DeWitt , Iowa , Sold everywhere OT Bent
-anil for : cts. Ja Bteaps. Vcluatle Information fbsE. , t , 'g. JolSOa ' & COVBOSTOH-
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