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affords an excellent opportunity for the
pick-pocket to get watch. If you
would he proof his skill, be sure
that the bow (or is a
This wonderful bow is now fitted to the
Filled Watch Cases,
which are made of two plates of gold
M/ldereii to a plate of composition metal.
Look tv,.tally as well as solid gold cases,
and cost about half as much.
Guaranteed to wear 20 years.
Always look for this trade mark, mm
Non? genuine without it. Wq»
Sold only through watch dealers.
Ask any jeweler for pamphlet or send
to the manufacturers.
Keystone Watch Case Co.,
OdEGOAi ICiDfiiEY JEA,
JT VJ1L.L. cans. YOU
Of Bach-ache, InHinunatiog cf (he redder |
jr Kidneys, DiabcUi, Loaa of FI. .an, Ij-otv
ilSave!huf!S,Coui.(i.W.;?i; crd : -t , i
arisiug from a morbid coiscdlioii of i..t-i 1- ;
T2-; V’ 'O'.-VEi-: "JRES.
-~nrj bv—hp t -*<i ■. u^nuv.’waBiBin
Tl.;?.-: die diseases of domestic ani
\ \ mr.K Houses, Cattle, Sheep, Dogs,
..C rr^GA, &jd Poultry, are cured by
nuiuj*lirt'ys’ Veterinary Speci
fics, is a:> truo as that people riJo on railroads,
£-. —1.. 3 by telegraph, cr sew with sewing
ifcachl - ;. It Is as irrational to bottle, ball and
bleed animals in order to cure them, as it is to
take passage in a sloop from New York to Albany.
Used la the best stables and recommended by
the U. 0. Army Cavalry Officers,
C^“500 PAGE BOOK on treatment and careof
Domestic Animals, and stable chart
mounted on rollers, sent free.
clues j Fevers, Congestions, Inflammation.
A. A. 1 Spinal Meningitis, Milk Fever.
B. B.—Strains, Lameness, Rheumatism
C. C.—Distemper, Nasal Discharges,
D. D.—Dots or Grubs, Worms.
E. E.—Coughs, Heaves, Pneumonia.
F. F.—Colic or Gripes, Bellyache.
G. G.—Miscarriage, Hemorrhages.
H. H.—Urinary and Kidney Diseases.
I. 1. —Eruptive Diseases, Mange.
.1. K.— Diseases of Digestion.
Stable Case, with Specifics, Manual,
Vet. Cure Oil and Medlcator, $7.00
Price, Single Bottle (over 50 dosesX - .60
Sold by Druggists; or Sent Prepaid anywhere
and in any quantity on Receipt of Frice.
HUMPHREYS’ MEDICINE CO.,
Oomer William and John Sts., New York.
SPECIFIC No. do
In use SO years. The only successful remedy for
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
and Prostration, from over-work or other causes.
$1 per vial, or 5 vials and large vial powder, for $5.
Sold by DrtnnrKt*. or amt postpaid on rerript of price.
HUMPHREYS’ MEDICINE CO.,
Corner William and John Sts., New York.
Ilie Eiiiiidii iMiical Forces!
How They Control the Organs
of the Body.
The electrical force of the human body, as
tha no I've fluid may be termed, i; au espe
cially attractive department of science, as it
exerts so marked an influence on the health
of the organs of the body. Neive force is
produced by the brain and conveyed by
means of t lie nerves to the various organs of
the body, thussupplying the latter with the
my necessary to m
their health. The
puEumogastric nerve, as
shown here, may be said
rtv>e the most important
oC.Uie entire nerve sys
tem, as it supplies the
heart, lungs, stomach,
bowels, etc., with the
nerve force necessary to
keep them active and
healthy. As will be seen
by the cut the long nerve
descending from the
base of the brain and
terminating in the bow
els is the pncumogastric,
•vUije the numerous lit—
branches supply the
heart, lungs ana stom
:rd!i with necessary vi
: il’ty. When the brain
becomes in anyway dis
ordered by irritability
orj^xhaustion, the nerve
force which it supplies
i* lessened, and the or
g.is:-. tc-.ctvinc the di
itii pished supply are con
ruystcians generally ran to recognize,
the imporrance of tins fact, but treat the
*,un itself Instead of the cause of the trouble
Ttut noted specialist, Franklin Miles, M. D.,
LL. B., has given the greater part of Ills life
•< the study of this subject, and the rrin'lpal
<j tseoveries concerning ft are due to his eTorts.
Ur. Miles’ Restorative Nervine, the unri
valed brain and nerve food, Is prepared on the
principle that all nervous and many other
tUTl rial ties originate from disorders of the
nervecenters. Its wonderful success incuring
tlie disorders is testified to by thousands In
oHry part of the land.
Restorative Nervine cures sleeplessness,
nervous prostration, dizziness, hysteria, sex
inU debility, St. Vitus dance, epilepsy, etc. It
LsTree from opiates or dangerous drugs. It
is sold on a positive guarantee by all drug
gists, or sent direct by the Dr. Miles Medical
Co.. Elkhart, Ind.. on receipt of price, *1 per
bottle, tlx bottles for *5, express prepaid.
: ".jf: YhkOAT
:i o l. y c
c-r• -h * "a rofc;
the best remedy is
bronchitis, la grippe,
and croup, it is
Prompt to Act
sure to cure.
<2) HALF POUND (9 I
FULL WEIGHT j
HIGHEST GRADE GROWN.
C. M. NOBLE,
McCOQK, - HEB.
r u-a*ni»w(W*nn«»anTiJTor>vi.rii«»iir»iK^ ■ -- .. , .-iTn-- »-i inn__
A. .1. KITTKNH0U8K. C. H. BOYI.E.
KITTEN HOUSE & HOYLE,
ATTORNEYS - AT L A 'Y.
<). E. KELLEY,
ATTORNEY - - AT LAW,
AGENT LINCOLN LAND CO.
••icCOOK, - - NEBRASKA.
Drpics: Til rear of First National Bank.
Laun dry Work.
McCook, - - - Nebraska.
R. A. COLt,
MERCHANT - TAILOR
Has just received liis fall and win
ter stock of Cloths and Trimmings
which will be made up as reason
able as j>ossible. Shop first door
west of Barnett Lumber Co.’s of
fice. on Dennison ftreet.
—W. Y. GAGE,—
Physician <k Surgeon.
okuck Hours: i> to 11, n. in., 2 lo 5 and
7 !• !•. IU Uooijis over F'rst National bank.
Night calls answered at office.
«) S. McBrayeb. Mti.tox Osborn.
^cBR*VEr & 0SB0Rfl/
Proprietors ot the
McCook Transfer Line
Bus. Baggage and Express.
ONLY FURNITURE VAN
. ..In the City....
Lt at e orders for Bus Calls at Commercial
Hotel or our office opposite depot.
J. S. McBrayer also has a first
class house-moving outfit.
ON THE WAY TO CHURCH.
There is one I know. I see her sometimes pass
In the morning streets upon her way to mass;
A calm, sweet woman, with unearthly eyes.
Men turn to look at her, but never stop,
Reading in those blue depths the death of
And a wise chastisement for thoughts un
Pure Is her brow, as of a marble saint;
Her brown hair pencils it with ripples faint.
There is no shadow on it and no light;
Her cheeks are pale, like lilies in eclipse;
Hardly a little redness on her lips
Paints the sad smile where all the rest is
Tall Is she and bent forward like a reed
Which tlio wind toys with as she walks with
Girllike her limbs and virginal her waist;
Of the world wonders there is none so sweet
As is the summer lightning of her feet.
Speeding her onward like a fawn in haste
What is her secret? All the world has tried
To guess it. One I knew in gue>sing died
And was no wiser for his mortal pain.
Each has turned sadder from the thankless
And gone back silent, even if he guessed.
Knowing all answer would be couuied vain. (
1 kuew her once. 1 know her not today.
Our eyes meet sometimes, but hers turn a\va> 1
Quicker from mine than from the rest that
Her pale cheek quivers, a flush comes ami ,
As in the presence of a soul that knows.
And her hands tighten on her missal book.
Men have done evil, yet have won to heaven
Lived in blood guiltiness, yet died forgiven.
May I not, I too, ouo day win my grace?
Ah, nol the sacrilege of this worst sin
Outweighs all grace. I dare not enter in
Nor kneel, God’s robber, near that angel face.
Gounod's First Earnings.
The way Gounod earned the first
money by his compositions is related by
the Freres Lionnet in their “Memoirs.”
They met him at the house of Eseudier
in 1855. At that date he had already
produced his “Sappho,” but at his own
expense. He asked the Liornets, who
were then in vogue in the Paris salons,
to sing some of his melodies. To en
courage them he sat down to the piano
and sang a few of them himself. They
admired them greatly. “Yes,” he said,
“everybody admires them, everybody
compliments me on them, but no pub
lisher will bring them out. They are
said to be too difficult for the public. By
the way, I have just composed a song to
the words of Beranger entitled ‘Mou
habit.' I consider it one of my best
compositions, and I think it would suit
you well." Thereupon he sang it.
Anatole Lionnet promised to sing it
the next evening and did so. Ho then
spoke to the publisher about it, but the
same objection waa made. “Yes, it is
charming, no doubt,” said the publisher,
“but it will not sell. However, if M.
Lionnet will undertake to sing it for a
few nights I will consent to publish it
and give Gounod 100 francs for it.”
Gounod joyfully accepted the modest
sum; it was the iirst he had earned.—
Four Bits an<l No Kiss.
The following account of a ceremony
which was performed in Tucker county,
W. Va., is worth relating and will serve
to show how solemn an affair the ques
tion of matrimony is considered to be in
the infant protege of the Old Dominion;
“Do you take this woman, whose hand
you’re a-squeezin, to be your lawful wife
in flush times and skim?”
“I reckon that’s about the size of it.
“Do you take this man you’ve jined
fists with to bo your paid through thick
“Well, you’re about right for once,
“All right, then. Kiss in court, an 1
reckon you're married about as tight as
the law can jine you. I guess four bits
will do, Bill, if I don’t have to kiss tic
bride.”—Cor. Washington News.
She Had to Give a Reason.
The other day I was told of a little
girl who attended a distribution of
prizes given by the Society for the Pre
vention of Cruelty to Animals. She had
won, yon must know, a book as a re
ward for writing the best essay on the
subject given, and with the other suc
cessful children, was undergoing a viva
voce examination. “Well, my dear,”
said the gentleman who had given away
the prizes, “can you tell me why it is
cruel to dock horses’ tails and trim dogs'
ears?” “Because,” answered the little i
girl, “what God had joined together let
no man put asunder.”—Leisure Hour.
Miss Knowles* Victory.
Miss Ella Knowles, who missed by a
few votes being elected attorney general
of Montana, was afterward appointed |
assistant attorney general. A few weeks
ago she was sent to Washington on im- |
portant business relating to Montana's '
school lands, which was pending in the !
interior department. About $200,000 was i
involved in this litigation. Miss Knowles
had to make a presentation of the state’s
claim before six heads of law divisions, j
Finally she got it before First Assistant
Sims and secured a decision in favor of
Paddington, a London district which
contains 100,000 inhabitants, burns 00,- 'l
000 tons of garbage a year in furnaces |
which furnish sufficient power to light
all the streets of Paddington and reduce ]
the cost of electric lights to all the house
holders in the district.
The first forks made in England were i
manufactured in 1608. Their use was 1
ridiculed by the men of the time, who ;
argued that the English race must be tie- ;
generating when a knife and a spoon j
were not sufficient for the table use.
In cleansing japanned goods never use \
hot water. Wet a cloth slightly in warm
water and rub the article to be cleaned. !
Should any smear appear sprinkle with ,
flour and wipe dry.
A man at Stamford, N. Y., has the
watch Major Andre offered as a ransom
to his captors. Ho has documents to [
prove that it is genuine.
Never sigh over what might have been, |
but make the best of what is. This bit
of philosophy is valuable to the married '
THE ORIGIN OF ANTHRACITE.
A Possible Solution of One of the My sterlet
Tlio difference between anthra
cite and bituminous coal is that the tur
ner is devoid of volatile matter. Here
tofore the theory generally accepted te
■ccount for this difference was that pre
sent; 1 c tcmitr ugo by Proftv
Rodgers while condtieMo1* ♦!?•» first geo
ligical survey of Petmsylvan::;. Obsorv
ing that tho anthracite beds lay in tho
eastern part of the state in close proxim
ity to the Arehean axis of ehsvnt io?i. ho
surmised that i. coal bods Imd; so
to speak, been “coked" upon the eleva
tion of the Appalachian chain—that is.
he supposed that the heat and pressure
accompany rig the Appalachian eleva
tion, acting most vigorously near the
axio, had distilled and removed the vola
tile matter of the coal bed nearest it.
To adjust the theory of increasing
facts, Professor Lesley added the sup
position that the heat involved in this
theory was brought up by conduction
when the superincumbent layers of rock
were extremely thick, which have since
been mainly removed by tbe erosive
agencies which have been acti ve over the
region for millions of years. The in
adequacy of these theories lias led Pro
fessor J. J. Stevenson of the University
of New York to propound another and
simpler theory, which w'as ably defended
by him at the recent mectingof the Geo
logical Society of America.
He would account for ... • Lie . of da- !
tile matter in anthracite coal by tho sim
ple fact tiiac it had been longer exposed 1
to that kind of decay which takes place ;
in vegetable matter when immersed in ;
water, and which consists chiefly in the I
loss of the hydrocarbons which consti- !
tute tho volatile elements in bituminous ;
coal. On this supposition the anthracite
beds are those which were formed ear
liest in the swamps and lagoons of the
carboniferous period and remained long
est devoid of the covering of sedimentary
deposits, which subsequently preserved
them from further change. This theory
is confirmed by the fact that there is no
snch strict relation of the anthracite ]
beds to the Appalachian axis of eleva- !
tion as Professor Rodgers had supposed |
and by many other considerations which
Professor Stevenson is about to publish, j
This simple cause seems adequate to ac- !
count for all the phenomena and proba- i
bly solves one of the long standing mys- j
teries of geological science.—Independ- '
Saintly Race Horses.
Said one of n group of turfmen in the
cafe of the Brower House a night, or two !
ago: “I shut up an old chap who was
railing against the wickedness of racing 1
horses yesterday, and he was shut up so
tight that ho stayed shut as long as I
was about, it was on the ferry cross
ing to go to the track, and he was hold
ing forth at a great rate to three young
men who sat pear him and who had been
discussing the day’s card. They didn’t
appear to mind his lecture—in fact, they
seemed to rather enjoy it—but neverthe
less I thought I’d chip in and make a
bluff at shutting off his steam.
“So I opened the last issue of 'Good
win’s Guide,’ and said as solemnly as I
could, ‘Sir, you must be in error about
the utter wickedness of the turf, because
this little book shows that many racing
men select saintly names for their horses,
as, for instance, St. Anthony, St. Au
gustine, St. Croix, St. Cvr, St. Elmo, St.
Hubert, St. John, St. Leona, St. Lucas.
St. Luke, St. Maxim, St. Mark, St.
Michael, St. Pancras and St. Patrick, all
of which are running this season.’ All
the old fellow said after staring at mein
astonishment for a moment was: ‘Well,
well, well! Bless my soul!’ and he was
heard no more.”—New York Herald.
Music the Kernel of Welsh Nature.
Music is the very soul and kernel of
the Welsh nature. A musical ear is the
national birthright. Every Welsh preach
er who migrates to an English church
finds the greatest difficulty in abstaining
from that weird, peculiar intonation of
his sermon which is known as the hwyl,
and which is often strange and objection
able to English ears.
A remarkable and subtle fact which
will be interesting to English readers
and at the same time significant of the
sensitiveness of the Welsh musical ear j
is that it is positive discord to many
among the Welsh congregations if the
minister, in “giving out” the first verse 1
of the hymn, does not so pitch his voice ,
that it shall be in harmony with the key j
in which the tune has preliminarily been !
played by the instrumentalist.—West- !
In Protestant Germany the usual greet
ing i3 “Good morning:” in Austria, “Se
rous;” in south Germany, “Grass Gott”
(“God greet you”), while the Roman
Catholic parts of the country have adopt- j
ed the formula recommended hv Pope
Benedict XIII in 1728—viz., “Praised be I
Jesus Christ,” with the response, “For- ;
ever and ever, amen.” In modern soci- !
ety the older expression, “Goctbefohlen”
(French, “Adieu”), used at leavetaking,
has been changed to “Empfehle mich”
(“I commend myself to your good
wishes"). In the mining districts you
are saluted with “Gluckauf" (“Safe re
turn to bank”).—Lander und Volker
To Preserve Grapes.
A French method of preserving grapes
in something very close to their natural
condition has some interest at this sea
son. Shoots of the vine, bearing, say,
two bunches of sound grapes each, are
placed in bottles or vases filled with wa
ter containing charcoal in solution. The
bottles are then bung along the edges of
notched shelves in a dr}- place. It is said
that if the water be renewed from time
to time grapes so treated will keep in
good condition into April.
New Light on History.
Teacher—Who was the first murderer?
Son of Distinguished Lawyer—Nobody 1
knows. In the Cain and Abel affair Cam
had no lawyer to defend him, so the case I
went by default, and he got convicted.— ;
tirejystsm, rtven pcTiect asfiiniilatiou tliv rub- : v
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s i i :
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buy the genuine “International Stock Foou” in t
town we will make it very much to your interest to write < • -
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of restrictions ns to breed, food or feeding, N •? .
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sides of soino. or ae^ .
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Terrors, lor by a most wt.nderfi:! ibseovery in
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permanently cured ivlthowi tb.-j'w«o of
MRS. II. D. Coi.bt, 2X7 Indiana Av<»„ Chicago,
lays ** Was cured of eanoer of the bn:::-*; i;> ;\x
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Jlrs. T. S. Hawkins, Chattanooga, Term., says:
" Shiloh's Vttaliser'SAVED MY LIFE.' I
consider it the best remu’.,) for a debilitated system
I ever used." For Dyspepsia, Liver or Kidney
trouble it excels. Price 7b cts.
Have you Catarrh? Try this Remedy. It will !
relieve and Cure you. Price 50 cts. This In
jector for itssucaessful treatment is furnished !
free. Shiloh’s Remedies are sold by us ou a
guarantee to give satisfaction.
For sale by A. McMillen, ilmggisi.
■ ar PERFECTION SYRINGE free yrlth every bottle.
CLEAN. Does not STAIN. PREVENTS STRICTURE,
•'roa G0N0RRHG5A and GLEET in Onb to Fooa days.
*'• VlUICK CURE for LEUCORRIKEA cr WHITES.
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morning, new ones inserted evening of 1
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DO. W. BAILEY,
_ OMAHA, ... NEB. *
JOHN A. REED.
Veterinary Surgeon. !
J5p“Hurse Dentistry a Specialty.
Castrating and Spaying. Leave
orders at residence over Strasser’s j
TjUtta E H2K «w ea a va. wwi
»re the lenillna unil most aiicc«»aful specialists and
v!U B've yea help.
pints have follow
ed oar treatment.
Many year* of
varied and success
tu the ui'e of cura
tivc methods Unit
control for all dis
orders of men who
have weak, unde
veloped- or dis
eased orpans, or
who are suffering
prom errors of
[youth and excess
or who are nervous
the scorn of their
fellows and the
contempt of their
friends and com
^;v.pardons, icons us
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We have cured eases of Chronic Diseases that
have failed to get cured at the hands of other special
ists and medical Institutes.
—lann imiFWHFff that there Is hope
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Beware of free and chenp treatments. We give
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of cases. Send for Symptom Blank No. 1 for Men;
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Ripans Tabules are com
pounded from a prescription
widely used by the best medi
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sented in a form that is be
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Ripans Tabules act gently
but promptly upon the liver,
stomach and intestines; cure
dyspepsia, habitual constipa
tion, offensive breath and head
ache. One tabule taken at the
first symptom of indigestion,
biliousness, dizziness, distress
after eating, or depression of
spirits, will surely and quickly
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Ripans Tabules may be ob
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are easy to take,
quick to act, and
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nan bo reaue into a Vea for use in one minute.
_ yjo. and per nachtw.
'pTr.* E,#-^nt TOILET POWDER
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The leading live stock newspaper and
market reporter of the west. A paper
for stock raisers, farmers, One stock
breeders and grain dealers. Verv latest
and correct market reports by telegraph
from all the principal stock markets.
Daily.$4.00 per year.
feemi-\\ eekly.. 2.00 per year.
Weekly. 1.50 per year.
Lnion Stoek Yards, South Omaha.
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