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cases stamped with
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Ask your jeweler for a pamphlet, or
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Keystone Watch Case Co.,
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IT WILL CURE YOU
O* fcack-ache, Inflammation of the rladder
o* Ridueys, l)iabeU s, Loss of Flesh, l)rop.;i
cr-. - ’hnsrs, Constipation n»-<’ 1i complaints
aris’n v* from a morbid conditu-; •« t :c I :
THE MILD POWER CURES.
That the diseases of domestic ani
mals, Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Dogs,
Hogs, and Poultry, are cured by
Humphreys* Veterinary Speci
Oca, is as true as that people ride on railroads,
send messages by telegraph, or sew with sewing
machines. 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 In the best stables and recommended by
the U. S. Army Cavalry Officers.
tF“500 PAGE BOOK on treatment and careoi
Domestic Animals, and stable chart
xnonnted on rollers, sent free.
clues j Fevers, Congestions, Inflammation.
A. A. I Spinal Meningitis, Milk Fever.
B. B.—Strains, Lameness, Rheumatism
C. C.—Distemper, Nasal Discharges.
D. D.—Bots 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. I.—Eruptive Diseases, Mange.
J. K.— Diseases of Digestion.
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SAILED THE^EAS38 YEARS.
One of His Experiences.
For thirty-eight years Capt. Loud followed
t he sea, most of that time as master of a ves
sel, and upon retiring from the water was ap
pointed by the Secretary of the United States
Treasury to superintend the seal fisheries In
Ala-ka, which posit ion lie lie.d five years. lie
relates one experience as follows:
“For several years I had been troubled with
general nervousness and pain In the region
of my heart. My greatest affliction was
slecpfe sness; It was almost impossible at any
time to obtain rest and sleep. Having seen
l>r. Miles’ remedies advertised I began using
Nervine. After taking a small quantity the
lienefit received was so great that I was posi
tively alarmed, thinking the remedy con
tained opiates which would finally be Injuri
ous to me: but on being assured by the drug
gist that it was perfectly harmless, I contin
ued It together with the Heart Cure. Today
I can conscientiously say that Dr. Miles’ Re
storative Nervine and New Heart Cure did
more for me than anything I had ever taken.
I had been treated by eminent physicians
in New York and San Francisco without ben
efit. I owe my present good health to the
.iudicioususeof these most valuable remedies,
and heartily recommend them to allaflilcted
us I was.”—-Capt. A. P. Loud, Hampden, Me.
Dr. Miles’ Restorative Nervine and NewCure
are sold by all druggists on a positive guaran
tee, or by Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart,
Ind., on receipt of price, tl per bottle, or six
I Kittles for express prepaid. They are
free from all opiates and dangerous drugs.
—W. V. GAGE
Physician & Surgeon,
CE^Okkick Hocus: 9 to II, a. tn.. 2 to 5 anr
7 to 9, n. rn Rooms over F*rst National hank
tST'Nttrht calls answered at office.
A. J. KITTEN HOUSE. C. II. BOYI.F..
RITTEN HOUSE & HOYLE,
ATTORNEYS AT - LAW
,). E. KELLEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AGENT LINCOLN LAND CO.
MCCOOK, - - NEBRASKA.
Office: In rear of First National Bank.
McCook, - - - Nebraska.
R. A. COLE,
MERCHANT - TAILOR
Has just received his fall and win
ter stock of Cloths and Trimmings
which will be made up as reason
able ns possible. Shop first door
west of Barnett Lumber Co.’s of
fice, on Dennison ftreet.
J. S. McBrayer. Milton Osborn.
^c6R„YER & OSBOf/ty
Proprietors of the
McCook Transfer Line
Bus, Baggage and Express.
ONLY FURNITURE VAN
....In the City....
Leai e orders for Bus Calls at Commercial
Hotel or our office opposite depot.
J. S. McBrayer also has a first
class house-moving outfit.
The Drovers Journal.
Largest, Brightest, Cheapest and
Best. Send For Free
The leading live stock newspaper and
market reporter of the west. A paper
for stock raisers, farmers, fine stock
breeders and grain dealers. Very latest
and correct market reports by telegraph
from all the principal stock markets.
Daily.$4.00 per year.
Semi-Weekly.. 2.00 per year.
Weekly. 1.50 per year.
Union Stock Yards, South Omaha.
We take pleasure is noting that The
Housewife, the Ladies Home Monthly
published at 81 Warner street, New
York City, has been greatly inproved by
its new owners and is the best 5 cent
monthly that comes to our exchange
table. It contains trustworthy advice
on the vital intrest of home on health,
housekeeping, education and things
which make life pleasant. Readers will
find no better work, no better writers in
their special departments anywhere than
those appearing in the Housewife
monthly. Subscription price for this
magazine is but 50 cents a year. Agents
and subscribers receive acceptable pre
miums. Christmas is coming and many
of our lady acquaintances will have a
chance of procuring some valuable pres
ents with very little work.
We are sure the publishers, The
House wife Corporation, will be
pleased to send sample copies to any one
asking for them. Send them a postal
Merchants can pluck a leaf from the
expression of a New York man, who, in
announcing his suspension, remarked:
“The mistake I made was my failure to
advertise my change of location. Had
I used printer’s ink I would not have
had to suspend.” When times are hard
as they are now, printer’s ink is espe
cially needed to help trade along. It’s
the man who isn't afraid to make a
splurge and who keeps ever before the
eyes of the puDlic his attractive bargans
that makes a success in business.
District Court Proceedings.
The following is I lie official report of th*
December term of district court held in f ndian
o‘ji, Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday and Thurs
day of last week:
lturnham Tulleys & Co. vs. George E. Mayo
et al. Equity.
J. H. Ludwlck vs. J.H.Bennett et al. Replev
in. By agreement.
Citizens Bank of McCook vs. E. R. Banks,
sheriff, et al. Appeal.
John A. Thomas vs. Charles D. Cramer ei a I.
McKinney, Hundjey & Walker vs. O. M.
Knipple. Revivor of judgment. Demurrer
sustained; leave to amend petition in twenty
David Fisher vs. Charles W. Beck. Appeal.
Charles C. Ely vs. Francis M. Burt et al.
Peoples’ Building. Loan and Savi gs Asso
ciation vs. Samuel R. Smith et al. Equity.
S. L. Sricther vs.W.H.Williams et al. Equity.
Charles <•. Crabtree vs. George Cra< tree.
Florence M. Lytle vs.Charles Lytle. Divorce.
Charles Wright, 2d, vs. Ephraim Green etal.
McKliiley-Lanning Loan and Trust Co. vs*
William Duborka. Equity. Under advisement.
Ida Halstead vs. A. L. Pollock. Equity.
Emil Lindner vs. James C. Biruey. Appeal.
Henry Carothers vs. Henry Simmerman.
Equity. By agreement.
Nathan L. Case vs. James Neelings. Equity.
William Karp vs. Edward Fitzgerald. Dam
ages. By agreement. Jury demanded.
Norman F. Thompson vs. Andrew Kinkaid
et al. Equity. For service.
J. E. Seeley vs. George A. McClung et ill.
Equity. For service.
Hartford Theological Seminary vs. Stephen
Goucher et al. Equity. For service.
Randolph L. Bullard vs. George H. Topper
etal. Equity. For service.
Charles C. White, receiver, vs. Johanna I,.
Dutcher. Equity. Pending stay.
First National Bank of Tobins. Nebraska,vs.
F. S. Granger et al. Equity.
John H. Cowles vs. William Pennington.
John A. Becker vs. F. F. Chessman et al.
Samuel Ball vs. George Boyer, McCoy & Co.
B. B. Davis vs. Red Willow county. Appeal
from county commissioners.
A. A. Wenger vs. Red Willow county. Ap
peal from county commissioners.
D. M. Monjo, trustee, vs. Lillian M. Pitney
el cons. Equity, special appearance.
S. P. Baker vs. James I. Boyer et al. Equity.
Julia Trowbridge vs. Jacob Long et al.
Charles A. Flint vs. Fred G. Thompson etux.
Norman Spencer vs. Samuel Ball etal. Equi
ty. Demurrer sustained; 30 days to file amen
The Indianola P. &0. Manufacturing Co. vs.
The Garner, B. & F. Paint Co. Equity.
Thomas Louergan vs. James H. Becker etal.
Thomas Lonergan vs. David D. Smith et al.
Allen C. Clyde vs. E. R. Banks et al. Rep
J. E. Kelley vs. DevierJ. Smith etal. Equity.
Frank H. Spearman vs. The Nebraska Loan
and Banking Co. Appeal.
George Kingen vs. James Harris. Appeal.
Randolph L. Bullard vs. Sarah E. Gr.ggs et
Christian Hartman vs. Adam Grass. Equity.
Nebraska & Kansas Farm Loan Co. vs. iVm.
M. Nuit. Equity. At plaintiffs’cost, without
Great Western Watch Co. vs. A. P. Bodwell.
Appeal. At plaintiffs'cost.
Great Western Watch Co. vs. J. F. Black.
Appeal. At plaintiffs’ cost.
Great Western Watch Co. vs. C. B. Hoag.
Appeal. At plaintiffs'cost.
James Kelley vs. Robert Moore. Replevin.
Heckel Hardware Company vs. Jas. Harris.
Equity. Without prejudice.
M. D. Wells & Co. vs. S. E. Firestone. At
tachment. At plaintiffs’ cost.
Robert Moore vs. James Kelley. Appeal.
Charles H. Meeker et al. vs. J. B. Haddock,
Thomas Edward vs. V. Bogle. Appeal. And
Frank S. Minor vs. John Flury. Appeal.
Jesse W. Kelsey vs. Jennie E. Pound. Equi
ty. And settled.
DECREES OF FORECLOSURE.
Newton Hart vs. George Weill et al. Equity.
William H. Lockwood et al. vs. Tbomas
Clark et al. Equity.
J. Coolidge Hills vs. William Porter. Equity.
B. Lombard, Jr., et al. vs. Moses M. Young.
Johnson I. Robins vs. Samuel A. Shaffer et
Charles T. Stetson vs. W. H. Sprague et al.
J. Lowell Moore vs. Sarah E. Gervcr et al.
James Eaton vs. Jas. R. Botts et ai. Equity.
American Investment Co. vs. Gerhart Bong
ers et al. Equity.
Hartford Theological Seminary vs. Joseph
Albrecht et al. Equity.
Lucy It. Alford vs. John R. Tupper et al.
Lewis S. Dabney, trustee, et al. vs. Thomas
Mize et al. Equity.
Oliver M. Hyde vs. Charles H. Cook et al.
Nebraska Loan and Trust Co. vs. Adam B.
Coppers et ux. Equity.
Georgie C. Dewey vs. Elbert J. Henderson
The Nebraska Loan and Trust Co. vs. Andre
as Martin et al. Equity.
The McKiniey-Lanning Loan and Trust Co.
vs. Edward Ackerman et al. Equity.
J. E. Seeley vs. D. C. Sullivan et al. Equity.
Thomas Lonergan vs. Frank L. McCracken.
Irena E. Foreman vs.Catherine Snyder et ai.
Charles Duckworth vs. Charles H. Oman et
Mary T. Hyde vs. Jas. A. Lyon. Equity.
Kate Chapin vs. Henry Voges. Equity.
Newman Duteher vs. Albert Stegman et al.
Equity. Injunction made perpetual.
Samuel K. Smith vs. Louis B. Korns. Equity.
Judgment for plaintiff for $50.00.
Effa I. Hobson vs. Joseph A. Garner et al.
Attachment. Special appearance sustained.
J. A. Kelley vs. Joseph A. Garner. Attach
ment. Special appearance sustained.
The state of Nebraska vs. James Williams.
Jr., and Sr. Recognizance to keep the peace.
The state of Nebraska vs. Tbomas Taylor.
Appeal. Defendant pled guilty to assault and
was fined $10 and costs.
Tbe state of Nebraska vs. Ed. Teer. Appeal.
Defendant pled guilty to assault and was
fined $10 and costs.
The state of Nebraska vs. Mrs. Kaley et at.
Appeal. Nolle prosequi entered.
Flora lUneiidcliuveti » Ians Huteuschoven.
Dv o Granted and judgment given for
ttiilll I'.V .
Snyder & Brewer vs M Altshu'er. Appeal,
t i time*' re n.- uted; judgment against the
d»*h id.on for an I costs.
Ifieh "d G Mnchell \s > yiiti B. Mitchell.
" l mi < Inaid vs. Aima Sehinul. Divorce.
The state of Nebraska vs. Frank Kellogg.
N e | i* serjm i uteri d
The state of Nebraska vs. Jatneg K. Ellis.
Defendant hound o er to appear ut next term
ION Kill.M \ T111N S
In each of lie* following cases the order of
tie* court was. to show cause by March 1, 1894:
Phoenix Insurance Co vs. William Knape
Arthur A. ll\d«* vs Hubert S. Cooley et al.
Eugene A. Hose vs. Adelbert D. Ashley et al.
H G. Bramard vs. Sadie Bates.
J. Lowell Moore, trustee, vs. William Itelph
The Nebraska Mortgage Co. V9. Louis Mather
.) Abbott Thompson vs. Edward Kuester
Susan K. Broughton vs. Thomas Clark et al.
John M. Boles vs. Alex. M. Simonton et al.
Josiah G. Adams, administrator, vs. Charles
II. Nichols et al
Lucy A. Cain vs. Baxter .1. Davis et al.
Lucian II. Chidfcey. administrator, vs. Edgar
H. Byars et a!.
Hartford Theological Seminary vs. John
Farle> et al.
John A. Hamilton vs. A nee Shrateret al.
Thomas Low*rgan v<. Mary M . Cox. spinster.
Sandwich Eii erpr.M* Co. vs E F. Copp.
Goveunou Waite is nothing if
not persistent in his purpose. He
has convened the, legislature of
Colorado in extra session to coun
teract the depression in the silver
industry. The governor evidently
thinks that Colorado is destined to
lead in the regeneration of silver
coinage, and he recommends that
the legislature declare legal tender
any silver dollar, foreign as well as
domestic, that contains not less
than 371^ grains of pure silver.
Ho unquestionably knows that
Colorado lias no constitutional
authority to make anything but the
gold and silver coins of the United
States a legal tender for debts, but
provisions of constitutional law
seem to carry no weight with him
whatever. The Colorado legislat
ure may find sufficient state matters
demanding its attention to justify
an extra session, but it will do well
to leave these questions of natioal
finance for the determination of
The general manager of the
Santa Fe railroad is quoted by the
Topeka Capital as saying that the
receivership will greatly improve
the physical condition of the prop
erty. As it will not be necessary to
pay tlie installment of interest due
on the 1st of January, the manager
says the road will be able to secure
new rolling stock and “build new
depots and other station facilities.”
This sounds encouiaging, but it is
best not to grow too enthusiastic
over the prospects. An attempt
is usually made to convince the
public that a receivership is a good
thing for a corporation, when as a
matter of fact it is the last resort of
a harassed management. It does
no good to try to deceive the
people in matters of this kind.
The whole blunt truth might as
well be told at once.—Journal.
The latest advices from Honolulu
indicate that the excitement is still
at a high pitch, that Willis, the
American minister, is still keeping
the government on the ragged edge
of anxiety and that a very little
aggravation would set the people
fighting in the streets of the capital
If blood is shed it will be a gratu
itous sacrifice of life to gratify the
spite of Grover and Gresham
against ex-president Harrison.
What have the Americans at
Hawaii done to us that they should
be made the playthings of the
mysterious policy of the present
If two-thirds of the people of
Oregon are without employment
and one-third of them are without
means of support, according to
Governer Pennoyer's open letter,
Oregon must be an excellent state
to keep away from. But of course
the governer stretched the truth
just as that other pop imbecile
Waite did in his bloody bridles
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