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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 19, 1890)
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understand that wo refer to the
IMGfl < F . PRieeS
at Western Nebraska's Leading Clotliing Store ,
We carry a LAEGE and WELL SELECTED stock of
\ New and Fresh and Stylish Goods !
and we want to burn it down deep in the minds of tiie
people in these "diggings" that
V We are making a SPECIALTY both in PEICE and
' in SUPERIOR QUALITY of
FLANNEL : - : SHIRTS ,
for the HOLIDAY TRADE we have a particularly elegant ,
attractive and handsome line of
MUFFLERS , NECKTIES and SILK HANDKERCHIEFS
Aviiile our STIFF HAT for ONE DOLLAE
Is a Sure-Enough Corker
We display a complete and extensive line of
TRUNKS , GRIPS and SATCHELS.
C. W. KNIGHTS ,
UNION BLOCK , MeCOOK , NRB.
DR. HOHTHEEYS * SPECIFICS ore scientifically and
carefully prepared prescriptions ; used for many
years In private practice with succcss.and for over
ihlrtyyearausedbythepeople. Every single Spe
cific Is a special cure for the disease named.
These Specifics cure without drugging , purg
ing or reducing the system , and ore in fact and
deedtheaoverelgn remedies of theWorld.
USTOKPBIXCTP1I.HOS. CURES. PBICES.
1 'Fevers , Congestion. Inflammation. . . .25
ii'VormBWorm Fever. Worm Colic. . . * i5
3 Cryinar ColicorTeethlngof Infants "
4 Diarrhea , of Children or Adults. . . . .25
5 Dysentery. Grlplng-BlliousColic. . . . .25
6 Cholera niorbns , vomiting .25
7 Coughs , Cold , Bronchitis 2g
8 Neuralgia , Toothache.Faceache 25
9 TTeadaches , SlckHeadache , Vertigo .25
jlO Dyspepsia , Bilious Stomach 25
" 11 Hnppresged or Painful Periods. ,2J
3ti Whites , too Prof use Periods 2
13 Croup , Cough , DlfflcultBreathlng. . . . ' " '
14 Halt Rheum , Erysipelas , Eruptions.
35 Rheumatism , Rheumatic Pains. . . .
1 Fever and-Atrue , ChillsMalaria. . . .
3.7 Piles , Blind or Bleeding
iiO Whoopintr Couch. Violent Coughs.
iJ4 Kenernl nebllity.PhyslcalYreakness
ti7 Kidney Disease
S Nervous Debility . . . ] . .
3O Urinary \Vcakness , Wetting Bed. .50
Sold by Druggists , or sent postpaid on receipt
t price. DK. HUMPHBKYS' MAXITAL , (144 pages )
Tlchly bound In cloth and gold , mailed free.
BnmphrcyB'aiediclneCo.109 Fulton St.NY.
To cure Biliousness , Sick Headache , Constipation -
pation , Malaria , Liver Complaints , take
the safe and certain remedy ,
Use the S3 ! AM , Size (40 little Beans to the
bottle ) . THEV AUE THE MOST CONVENIENT.
Srxitntolo dtox * 'All - Vgos.
Price of either size , 25c. per Bottle.
AT' ll-IU PANEL SIZE-
Milled for 4 cU. ( eopperi or lUmpi ) .
J.F.SMITH &COAIttenor"BiI BEASS."ST. LOUIS HO.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
"When Baby was sick , we gave her Castoria.
"When she -was a-Child , she cried for Castoria ,
"When sha became Miss , she clung to Castoria ,
When she bad Children , she gave them Castoria.
' IJFor LOST or FAILING MAKHOOD ;
general and HERVOU833EBSITY'
Teakaesaof Body and IKnd , Effect *
ALLEN'S TRANSFER ,
Bus , Baggage'Dray Line.
F. P. ALLEN , Prop.
MeCOOK , NEBRASKA.
laT'Best Equipped in the Citv. Leave nr-.i.-
at Commercial Hotel. Good well water n.-
F. D. BURGESS ,
Steam and Hot Water Heating ,
.North Main Avenue ,
MeCOOK , - - NEBRASKA.
A stock of best grades of Hose , Lawn
Sprinklers , Hose Reels and Hose Fixtures ,
constantly on hand. All work receives prompt
J. S. McBRAYER ,
House Mover % Drayman ,
MeCOOK , NEB ,
[ SF" House and Safe Moving a Spec
ialty. Orders for Draying left at the
Huddleston Lumber Yard will receive
The Tribune Office
At Publishers' Prices.
BLANK BOOKS. UMAL BLANK *
Children Cry for _ Pitcher's.Castoria.1 .
"Go ssowBHOKiwoT * Ycfl.mjr deartnadiuue ,
why ( not ? provided .the heavens t > 6 propitioiiR
und furnish the snow , und there luoverv pros
pect of plenty this winter. Huowahoelii * Is UK
easy as sliding down , hill. after you know
how. nnd you will know how , und how to
form iicluli. und what to wear , and all about
It. after rending the breezy irtlelo on "Snow-
shoeing" In DCMOIIKST'S FAMILY MAOA/.INK
for Junintry ; and If you don't become unthu-
slnstlc about the subject , wo are mistaken.
Or If your tastes nro artlstlo rather than nth-
letlu. you will bodollKhtod with the excellent
paper on " .Modeling for Sculpture. " with IIB
numerous and beautiful illustrations. Includ
ing a superb full-page portrait of the eminent
American xciilptor Hartley : and If , you have
never modeled in clay , the BUggcstipns lor
amateurs and betdnnera wllll bo or grout as
sistance. "Sago Maidens of Cornell Universi
ty" is another Handsomely illustrated article.
written by one of them , telling of some of I he
trials and many of the pleasures of the life of
u "co-ed" at that noted seat of learning ; the
Illustrated Chinese story IB particularly in
teresting ; the other stories are nil-good ; 'tlii'
Sanitarian" has seasonable articles about
the "Effects of Cold. " and how to take
foot , and other baths , for remedial purposes ;
"Chat" and "The World's Progress" are espec
ially attractive ; and all thootherdepurtmeiits
arc brimful of good things. Indeed , for beau
ty , variety , and completeness , Dcmoresl's
Family Magazine must bo awarded the palm
of superiority as THE Family Magazine , and
should be In every household. Published by
\V. J KNNINQH OKMOIIKST. 15 East Hth St. . N. Y.
The Pulpit and the Stage.
Kev. F. M.Shrout , Pastor United Urcthren
Church , liluo Mound. Kan. , says : "I feel it
my duty to tell what wonders Dr. King's New
Discovery has done for me. My lungs were
badly diseased , and my parishioners thought
I cou'd live only a few weeks. I took live bottles
tles of Dr. King's New Discovery and am
sound and well , gaining 2(5pounds ( in weight. "
Arthur Love. Manager Love's Funny Folk's
Combination , writes : "A flora thorough trial
and convincing evidence , I am confident Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption , beats
'em all , and cures when everything else fails.
The greatest kindness I can do my many
thousand friends is to urge them to try it. "
Free trial bottles at A. McMillan's drug store.
Regular sizes 50 cents and $1.00.
The nest obstinate cases of catarrh are cured
by the use of Ely's Cream Halm , the only
agreeable remedy. It is not a liquid or snuff ,
is easily applied into the nostrils. For cold in
the head it is magical. It gives relief at once.
Price 50 emits.
Society is ingenious : it has time to bo so.
A novel dinner card is a chunk of paper pulp ,
with a little flower painted on it in water
color , and the name appended.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS.
The Daily -News , of seventy-two columns ,
has a capacity for reading matter equal to the
large Eastern papers. It aims to furnish all
the news of the day , complete in detail , yet
concise in form. It is devoted to Western.and
especially to Colorado interests.
Our SPECIAL TELEGRAPH SERVICE is
superior to that of any other Journal west of
St. Louis. The News employes more agents
and pays more for special dispatches than all
other Western newspapers conbined.
The News is issued every day lu the year.
The Weekly News furnishes a compendium
of every notable event , at home and abroad.
with a liberal supply of choice , original and
selected articles , specially adapted to family
entertainment and instruction. Itistne best
weekly family newspaper published in the
A feature of both the Daily and Weekly ed
itions of the News , of the first importance to
the public , is our perfect system of market
reports. The absolute reliability of our com
mercial deoartment has long been recognized
by the business men in the state , and every
issue will continue to furnish a true reilex of
the latest Kansas City , Chicago and St. Louis ,
as well as local quotations.
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Sample copies of either Edition on applica
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News Printing Co. , Denver , Colo.
Has secured as contributors
during the ensuing twevle
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GEO. MEREDITH , WILLTAJl BLACK ,
ANDREW LANG , W. CLARK RDSSELL.
ST. GEORGE MFVART.H. RIDER HAGGARD.
RUDYARD KIPLING.NORMAN LOCKYER.
And many other distinguished writers.
THE SUNDAY SUN
for the ensuing twelve months , will print
more news and more pure literature of the
highest class and by the most distinguished of
contemporary writers than any periodical in
the United States.
Price 5c. a copy. By mail $2 a Year.
Address THE STTN , New York.
Horses branded on left hip or left shoulder.
P. O.nddress , Imperial.
Chase County , and Beut-
ling Water and Frenchman -
[ man creeks , Chase Co. .
Brand as cut on side of
1 some animals , on hip and
' sides of some , or any
where on the animal.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
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SUIT "Lot ua sit under the grand eld
oak und chat. " He "Beautiful tree.
And did you plant it yourself1
Guifis shingles may do troll enough
for the roofs of houses , but they will
not take the place of wooden ones in
the nursery department of household
THERK are 6,500 practicing physicians
in Illinois , as is shown by the revised
list just prepared by the State Board of
Health , and yet the State is gaining in
MUDGE "Doctor , if I wore to lose ay
mind , do you suppose I would be aware
of it myself ? " Dr. Boless "You would
not. And very likely none of' your ac
quaintances would notice it either. "
A GENTLEMAN from the country says
that he has no objection to a decent cot
tage , but that ho has a strong antipathy
to houses which are Queen Anne in
front and Mary Anne at the back.
"SEE here , " he said to his clerk , " 1
don't mind letting you off for a day now
and then to attend your grandmother's
funeral ; but I think you ought to have
the courtesy to send a few of the fish
around to my house. "
MRS. CHURCH to Mrs. Meeting House.
"I did BO want to tro to the whist club
to-night , but is is Lent , you know , and
we have to give up things wo want moot
to do and do the things wo dislike , and
so concluded I'd run in and spend the
evening with you. "
"I RATIIEU like that idea , " said Hen
ry , gazing at a man who was playing a
drum , cymbals , clarionet and four other
instruments at one time. "Why so ? "
asked William. "You have only to kill
one man to wipe out the entire band , "
was the sanguinary reply.
"STRANGE , " remarked Mrs. Brown , "I
have rung at Mrs. Smith's door throe
times this week , and I didn't succeed in
raising any one. 1 suppose the family
is out of town ? " "Possibly , " replied
Mrs. Jones , "but Mrs. Smith told me
just now she-could tell your ring among
a thousand. "
BAGLET "Only a little party , my
dear boy. Mrs. Bagley insists upon .your
coming. " Ponaonby "With pleasure. "
"That's right. And e by the way
you play the flute , I believe ? " "Yes.
Shall I " "Leave it at homo ? You
have anticipated my very words. Yes ,
by all means. "
FcmKiGir POWER ( sarcastically )
"Backing out , I see. " Uncle Sam ( sorrowfully
rowfully ) "Yes , do as you please , I
won't make any resistance. " Foreign
Power ( proudly ) "I knew you wouldn't
dare defy me. " Uncle Sam ( hotly ) "It
ain't you I'm afraid of , you old fool. I
wouldn't mind a war. What I'm afraid
of Is the pensions. "
NBRVOUS GENTIEMAK "Now , be care
ful how you drive , cabby , and go slowly
over the stones , for I hate to bo shaken.
And mind you pull up at the right
house , and look out for those dreadful
steam care. " Cabby "Never fear , sir ,
I'll do my beat. And which 'orsepital
would you wish to be taken to , sir , in
ease of an accident ? "
* AIV Via.TiflA orn ftwfiill v p.nlrl. " Half ! thft
pretty girl , suggestively , on the last
quarter of a starlit sleighride. "Why
didn't you bring a muff with you ? "
asked the practical young man , pro
saically. "I did ! " she snapped ; but aha
wouldn't explain where the muff had
gone to , and ho has been wondering
ever since just what she meant.
KEV. DR. SUTTOK once said to the late
Mr. Peech , a veterinary surgeon : "Mr.
Peech , how is it that you have not
called upon mo for your account ? " "Oh , "
said Mr. Peech , "I never ask a gentle
man for money ! " "Indeed ! " said the
vicar. "Then how do you get on if he
doesn't pay ? " "Why , " replied Mr.
Peech , "after a certain time I conclude
that he ia not a gentleman , and then I
ask him. "
MILK from a cow which had been bit
ten by a mad dog is supposed to have
poisoned a whole family near Malta
Bend'Mo. , and it is thought they will
IT is said that for four years after the
fight at Chickamauga the battlefield
shone like bright moonlight , even on the
darkest nights. The light came from
the phosphorescent exhalation of the
decaying bones of the heaped-up dead.
A "uon" that had been ravaging the
barn-yards around Nevada City , Nov. ,
causing great fright among- the farmers ,
on being traced to its lair by a party of
hunters proved to be a large Newfound
land dog , whose headquarters were in
an old , abandoned cabin.
AN old lady in New Haven , Conn. ,
died recently and left 52,000 "to James
Brown , of Stonington"and when James
was notified five of them appeared to
claim the cash. As she didn't particu
larize the James she wanted to make
happy they will have to divide the
money between them.
A BECENT decision of the Supreme
Court in California will give new trials
to at least a dozen sentenced murderers ,
as the decision places the burden of
proof , oven in murder , on the State ,
whereas the old decision , which has
been followed for thirty years , insists
upon the defendant rebutting the charge
OPPOSING lawyers in Selma , Cal. , who
bet ten dollars in court and made the
judge stakeholder , afterwards regretted
their action , for as soon as quiet was re
stored the judge picked up the coin and
ordered his clerk to enter a fine of ten
dollars each against the attorneys for
contempt of court , and to give a receipt
for the money.
A FRENCH official returning to his
home in the suburbs a few days ago , his
wife and family being absent , found a
burglar asleep on the sofa in the parlor
with his jimmy and skeleton keys by his
side and a lot of jewelry and other val
uables packed up to take away. He was
nnable to arouse the man even by shak
ing him , and when ho had sent for'the
police they had to throw cold water in
the man's face to bring him to. It
turned out that ho had found a bottle
which contained something that looked
like wine and had taken a drink. It
was really a powerful narcotic and put
'him ' to sleep.
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It is the Part of Wisdom
In making purchases of appropriate gifts for the approaching
holiday season that the idea of usefulness be kept in view.
It is to this end that NOBLE so early calls special attention
to the variety and richness of his stock of articles both
USEFUL & BEAUTIFUL
which will delight the heart of anyone and be ever useful in
the home as well as ornamental. We have but to mention a
few articles to fully arouse the reader's interest and centre
his or her attention. As a starter , how would a : : :
We have an assortment of plain and fancy sets that are rea
sonable in price , excellent in quality , pretty and stylish in
decoration and design. We can show you a large variety of
From the handsomely decorated and more expensive to the
plain and cheaper sorts. And best of all thev are beinsr sold
at figures within the rench of the most modest pocket book.
Besides we have an endless assortment of smaller articles , as
Decorated Cups and Saucers
And mniiy pieces of toy ware for the children. In connection
with our queensware and crockery we have a large stock of
Comprising many articles which would be very acceptable at
this season. But we have not exhausted our list of attrac
tions by any means. Our display of : : : : : : :
MHGIHG BSD STHHD IMPS
has no equal in this section. Tou should make your choice
early and thus secure the most attractive bargains. Our
supply for the holidays , this season , of fresh : : : : :
will be all the markets afford and this insures a variety and
quality and quantity sufficient to meet every demand.
C. M. NOBLE.
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