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HAVE JUST OPENED UP A NEW LINE OF
Stoves % Tinware , . Japanned Iron Ware ,
We Have a Tin Shop in Connection , and will do General Job Work in
TinSheet Iron Copper Ware.
We Manufacture Lndwick's Patent Reflecting Lam ] ) , for
both wholesale and retail. Call and examine our stock.
We Will sell you Good Goods for the Cash.
West Dennison Street , McCOOK , NEB ,
A ivrn i3Tcyr-
Power , Simplicity , Durability.
F.stlmatcs made of Mill nnd I'limp complete upon application.
Every Mill Warranted. Send for Catalogue.
THE WOODMANSE ,
This mill Is a "solid wheel" and the best self-regulator made. The
IVoodmnase Xo. G. Pump Is the best single acting force pump In the
nmrket. Will work In wells from 10 to 200 feet In depth , aud lias back
attachments to force water Into ele\atud tanks. Can be used by band
or windmill. Parties contemplating the erection of a Windmill will
consult tbclr best Interests by calling nt my Homestead , IK miles
northwest of McCook , or at It. Johnston's , 3 miles southeast , and ex
amine tlie working of tbe Woodmanse.
W. M. IRWIN , Agent ,
Woodmanse Windmill Co. . Freeport , 111.
Great Western Furniture Emporium ,
J. E , BERGER , Proprietor. McCOOK , NEB.
CITY - BAKERY.
A. PROBST &
WE KEEP ON HAND
BREAD. PIES & CAKES ,
GRAHAM BREAD' .
Cakes Made on Order.
Lunch Room in connection , where
jou can get hot coffee , etc.
Sr , Sarler's Iron fels
It Trill purify and enrich Die BLOOD * rcfrul.itc
tlie LIVER nud KIDNEYS , and RKvroith. TllK
HEALTH and VIGOR of YOUTH ! In all those
diseases requlrlnpacert.ilnand elllcIciUTOXIC ,
peclallv l > } spepsla\Yaiitot'Ai > ] > etUe.InOpes- :
Ml'in. IaoK or btrt-iiKlli. etc. , its use Is marked
vritli Immediate and-uondcritil rcMilif. HOIKS.
luutclesand uervcsrfiilxe ni'vr lorce. Eulhuns
tlie mind aud supplies Drain Power.
* fuflurlnp from all complaints
DR. HAUTER'3 IKON IONIC a ifc ami M e < ly
cure. It gives urlrnr nnd healthy complexion
'Tlie stroneo t li-Mlmo-iy to the \ alin.in IK.
1 .UITKK'S luovToxti ; 'Ohat irpfiuiMit attempts
i l cotintcrMlInplmvi' nulacldi d l > tlic'Mipiilnr-
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liunotcxperliueiit pel the OltlBIXAt , AM ) 1' ! > T
fSend Tosr nddrMttoTUoDr. HnrterTHed.Co.1
It. Tjoalt. 3Io. . fo- our "IMIEAM BOOK. "
Da. HARTER'S IRON TON.C is FOR SALE BY ALL
DRUGGISTS ANS DEALERS EVERYWHERE.
JUST WHAT * o < . Anvil , Vise. Cut
WA > rr. off Tool. The best
fir "Fnnn & Home
nr. Klther sire ,
. .10. $3 30 $ C.DO ,
sent Freight Paid
on receipt of price ,
if your hardware
dealer does not
- keep them. * Good
Agents wanted. 31 ly
CHENEY ANVIL & VISE CO. ,
% mm f Send MX cents forpostngc.and
D UI f L receive free , n costly box of
f la I / f KOO S which will lielp you to
I 111 im k S more money right away than
anything else in tl.N world. All of either sex. succeed
from first hour. The brond road to fortune open * , be
fore the workers , abwluiely sure. At ouce address
TKUli & CO * Autrusta , Maine.
Saddles/I / Harness ,
[ OPPOSITE HOTEL OS .THE H'lLl ! ]
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Stock Saddles , Cow-Boy outfits
fits , and Spurs.
. R. H. HAMILTON.
BARBRR - : - SHOP.
A. P. SHARP'S
FOR A FIRST-CLASS
SHAVE OR HAIR CUT ,
HOT AND GOLD BATHS
ON SHORT NOTICE.
and Children's Hair
Dressing a specialty.
MdMspitcdutlie BROAD CLAIM omeinztlte
VIET BEST OPERATING- ,
QUICKEST SELLING MID
Ever'oflfered to the public.
I t/t rvimorc money than at snythinRcIsc by taking
W 11 Vnnn eucr for the best selling book out.
' Beginners succeed grandly. Xoue fall.
Terms free. HALLETT BOOK CO. , Portland. Maine.
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EUROPE'S ftOYAL WOMEN ,
Victoria and Alexandra Ex-Qucea
Ettabella Olga , of Greece.
[ Olive Harper in New York World. ]
Queen Victoria I saw twice while In
England once on the platform of a railway -
way station , and a second time walking
in the grounds of Windsor castle. The
first time she was accompanied by her
suit and probably by her faithful John
Brown , and the second time she had
two little girls with her and a tall man
servant walking sedately in the rear.
The queen looked just as do her pictures ,
with the e.\ception that her color and
her eyes , her mouth and her gross
figure-all give her a very common ap
pearance , and she looks like one who ,
were she not a queen , would be called a
hard drinker , judging from her appear
ance. There is nothing regal , nor even
dignified , in her manner or walk. She
wears very large shoes , and dre.v > es in
deep mourning , with a widow's cap. She
has no grace of figure or outline , and. in
short , her whole appearance knocks to
splinters the theory of patrican birth
evidenced in appearance. Of course
this is but it superficial judgment. Her
daughter-in-law Alexandra , however ,
has every grace and dignity and attri
bute we involuntarily L 0tow upon
princesses. .She is everything that is
noble and engaging , and she draws all
hearts to her. Her children resemble
her. Her features and form are those of
the highest Httb&ian type , and that type
is model. Mrs. ifacGahan , the widow
of the war correspondent , who is now , .1
believe , in Toledo , and who is : i Russian
lady , resembles the Princess Alexandra
The Princess Alexandra is very often
seen in London , driving about with one
or more of her children , and is often
met m the South Kensington and British
museums , where I have been her. She
always dresses on these occasions with
the most extreme simplicity. Tlie em
press of Austria , on the contrary ,
dresses with the greatest elegance at all
compatible with the occasion. I have
seen her many times in the Vienna ex
hibition , alway dressed magnificently in
satins and rare laces. She mingles
freely among the people and displays
her rarely beautiful smiles for all alike.
She has the most superb head of chest
nut hair , wavy and glossy , that 1 ever
saw , and she walks erect and with a
grace of motion seldom seen in women.
She has large eyes , full of fire
and spirit as well as affection , , and is
altogether a most beautiful woman , tall
and lithe. T have seen her in royal
pageants dressed in regal state , and on
horseback , where she is indeed a Nplen-
did sight , dressed in velvet , gold-laced
and bejeweled riding habits , and I have
seen her on the Prater in the evenings ,
at the opera at night , and , severest test
of all , at the exposition , under the hard
nnd searching light of day , and I de
clare still thaf she is a beautiful woman.
Once at the exhibition she stepped on
my toes , and , J must admit , hurt my
most precious corn , and she made more
apologies than I should have thought
necessary had 1 been the one to squeeze
her imperial t'oes , and when she found
that I could not speak anything but
"American , " she held quite a little chat
with me , much to the scandal of her fol
Very different to her in manner was
the ex-Queen Isabella , whom 1 also met
with the young King AlphoiibO , who ,
however , was not a king then , but just
a nice boy of somewhere about 20. She
is short , gross and fat , and with a most
repulsive countenance wherein it seemed
to mo all the low passions predominated.
She was dressed very plainly as to mate
rial aud color , though it does not seem
to me that any amount of jewels or robes
could transform her into anything more
regal. The went about cheapening dif
ferent articles like a market-woman , and
puffing and panting along , her huge bust
aud stomach shaking as she walked ,
and pudgy hands thrust into immense
gloves , altogether making a picture not
pleasant to see.
Queen Olga , of Greece , I also saw at
the Vienna exhibition , as well as after
ward , when I was in Athens , and ie is
one of the handsomest women 1 have
e\er scon , queen or otherwise. She is
rather tall , most exquisitely built , with
small hands and feet , thick dark hair ,
large brown eyes'with eyelashes that
are simply wonderful , and with a pure ,
cream complexion as rare as it is beauti
ful. She is very fond of hor&cback rid
ing and looks well in the saddle , but I
love her best when with her children or
with ladies. She is irresistibly lovely
and charming then. It is but fair to
say that she is adored by her husdand
and her people. She is fond of knitting
lace-work , such as is done in Turkey ,
and giving it to ladies who please her in
I saw the empress of Prussia once
only , and then but indistinctly. She
was with the emperor , and they visited
Vienna together. After sitting for hours
to see the royal cortege pass the win
dow , at last my patience was rewarded by
seeing a carriage dash by as rapidly as
possible , and in it were seated the griz
zly old emperor William and a withered ,
frail-looking old woman almost hidden
in wraps and laces , and that was her
majesty the empress of Prussia.
The kofjlc ofCottque t.
[ The Current ]
It is safe to say that , if there shall
prove to be any way for England to keep
Egypt , the land of the Pharaohs will be
retained as a part of the British empire.
Napoleon always favored conferences.
They consumed time and bound nobody
to anything. From the fir t gun that
opened on Alexandria and Arabl in 1882 ,
conquest has been the secret and logical
thought. Says the first fisherman :
"Master I marvel how the fishes live in
the sea ! " and the second fisherman
might have answered as aptly : ' 'Why ,
as nations a-land the great ones eat up
the little ones. "
[ The Current. ]
James Payn , in his "Literary Bccol'
lections" now in course of publication
inllie Independent , earnestly advises
young authors not to publish their
works anonymously. "If one , " he
wisely says , "has any personality be-
Ipnging to one ( whether it is spelt with
an 4i' or not ) is just as well to claim it
otherwise some one is sure to do so "
Pjofessor W. A. Henry : There is per-
hap0ne farmerin ten that keeps records.
TRIBUNE CLUBBING LIST.
We will furnish THE j TRIBUNE and
any of the following publications , one
year , at the rates named below :
FARMER . . . $3.00
" " and map of U.S. . a. )
TOLEDO BLADE. ( Nnsliy'sTaper ) . . . 2.75
CHICAGO WEEKLY NEWS . 2.73
CHICAGO WEEKLY HERALD . 2.75
LKAVENWOUTH WEEKLY TIMES. . 2.75
UEMOUEST'cJ MONTHLY . a.50
est in th0World.
nuui to dibcover the philosophical principle
that ult nervous piilns. ached , and d bllity
should be Heated directly troni the "brain
battery , " Irom whence emanate all nervous
force and will poer. . All other tnruisof treat
ment for nervous disorders are failures. Ev
ery person who bulleis from nervousness
knows this , and that medicines only palliate ,
but never cure. These appliances are mag
netic , and differ from all others on the market
which are electric. Magnetism is the life of
man. Their curative qualities are wonderful
in all nervous complaints. The Roman physi
cians practiced magnetic treatment 1,000 3enrs
ago in nervous diseases , but did not treat from
the "brain battery. " Dr. HIM. has made this
great disco very , the only snr"e cure for nervous
Headaches , Hneunmtism , Neuralgia , Liver
and Kidney ComplaintsParalysis , Gout , Spin
al weakness , Dyspepsia , Constipation , Cold
Limbs and Feet , and General Di-bility. Mirac
ulous cures noted every day. The Magnetic
Brush lifts nails , nnd the only article of the
kind invented. It is the greatest curative
agent known and used in u "brush bath" im
parts tone , replenishes the debilitated system ,
and cicates warmth. In chronic cases our
Magnetic Bands , Belts and Pads should be
used. The brushes are warranted to do the
work , or the money refunded. Send for circu
lar and testimonials. By giving a description
of nervous trouble , we will give advice and
directions how to use our appliances. HILL
MEDICAL MAGNETIC APPLIANCE COMPANY ,
Lock Box r > 5 , Washington , D. C. ! J5
i S-LS- + * Ss S * * S * S\r SS * SS--S
Postoffice address , Os-
born , Nebraska.
Hunch on lied \Villow
creek , JJ mile nbove Os-
Cattle branded on rlfjht
side and hip as above.IM
STOKES & TllOTH.
P. O. address. Carrico ,
Hayes county , Nebraska.
Kanpe : lied Willow
cieek , above Carrico.
Stock branded as
above Also run the lazy
HEXKY T. CHURCH.
Postoflice.Osborn , Neb.
11 a n K c : Ited Willow
icreck , in S. W. corner of
f Frontier county.
Cattle branded 0 L 0
ion rfeht side. Also , an
lover crop on right ear
; and under crop on left.
Ifoiscs branded 3 on rjgiit shoulder.
SPUING CREEK CATTLE CO.
J. D. WELBOHX , Vice President and Supt.
P. O. address , Indlano-
Hange : Hepublican
Valley , east of Dry
Creek , and near head of
Spring Creek , in Chase
iiounty , Nebraska.
New U. S. Catile Ranche Co. , Limited.
Stock brand : Circle on
left shoulder , also dew
lap and a orop and under
halt crop on lelt cur , and
a crop and under bit in
the right. Kancfi on the
PobtoIIico address. Max ,
Dundy county , Neb.
GEORGE J. FREDERICK.
. Postofiice address , Mc
U n n oil : Four miles
southwest of McCook ,
on the Driftwood.
Stock branded AJ on
the lett hip.
PAXTOX CATTLE CO.
.1. 15. MKSEKVE , General Manager.
Postonice address , Mc-
Cook , Neb. Itanch : At
| Spring Canyon on the
I Frenchman Kiver , Chuse
I county. Nebraska.
J Stock branded as above :
lalso 717 on loft side ; 7
_ . on the righthip and L on
thc'rTphTVhoulder ; L on left shoulder and X
on leit jaw. Half nndor-crop left ear , and
square-crop right ear.
EATON BROS. & CO.
P. O. address , McCook ,
Nebraska. Range , touth
Cattle branded on left
ln > . Also , 10 , 5 , / \ and
1 brands on left hip.
Horses branded the
same on left shoulder.
JOHN F. BLACK.
. roil SALE-Improved
Deeded Fnnn and Ilav
Land. Timber and water.
Two farm houses , with
Convenient to No. 1
school privileges. Situ-
itcd on Republican riv-
er. . near mouth of Red
Willow creek. Call on J. P. Black , on prem
ises , or address him atlndianola. Nebraska.
DO YOU KNOW
with Hcd Tin Tayr : Sc:3 Li ! Fine ut Cliewintr :
lUvy Clpsisg : , and Black , Jlrowti and Yellow Basis
arc tho" best aud cheapest , quality considered ?
Tv - * > * * * * ; < rp _ * - * *
? ( "
- * / -
Everything ( Except Liquor ) Usually Kept in a
First-Class Drug Store.
lixSO HANDLE $ - *
PIANOS % ORGANS
M. A. SPALDING , Prop. ,
McOOOK - 'NEBRASKA.
B. & M. PHARMACY.
HAVE IN STOCK A LINE OF
FINE TOILET ARTICLES ,
Combs , Brushes , Perfumery , Extracts , Etc.
WINES AND LIQUORS
Will be sold only in cases of sickness , and then only
on Physician's Prescription.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded , Day or Night.
Doctor's Choice , America's Finest Five Cent Cigar.
McCOOK , - - . NEBRASKA ,
SPAEOGLB & RII2KER n
Agricultural Implements !
WAGONS & BUGGIRS.
Tubular Wells , Pumps , Wind Mills a Specialty ,
WE ALSO HAVE A CHOICE LOT OF
SEED SOSN , MILLLET & SORGHUM SEED I
McCOOK , Con. RAILROAD AND : MAIN STS. NEB.
FREES & HOCKNELL ,
PROPRIETORS OF THE
Lumber , Lime , dement , Saslv Doors , Blinds ,
HARD AND SOFT COAL ,
YARDS AT McCOOK , INDIAKOLA , CAMBRIDGE , ARAPAHOE , AHD OXFORD.
Bilge Wind Mill ,
Superior to any on the aisrkot , bcin IIca\Ier. Stronger Built ,
and therefore a more UuriWc Mill. U U the only
aV oncly ! "nfc MIH Jmllt : anil out of
Thousands Erected During 12
Tears pa-it not on < > 1ms over lilotni away and left the Tower t !
simiiiF. : ! A record no other Mill can shcrsr. "We offer
to put up any of our rrjIPIXG MILLS
ON THIRTY DAYS TRIAL ,
And If they don't ghc sntWactlon. vrlll rcaioic Mill at our
own expanse. Also Manufacturers of the Celebrated
Cliallcnse Feed Mill * . Corn Shillcn. Iron rumpj
Mth brass cylinders. Iron I'lpe. Tank * .
For estimates , catalogues and prlccn , apply to
G. B. NETTLETOX , .McCook , Neb. , < *
Asent for Sonthwcitcrn XebrasV-R and Northwoitera KBBM.