The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, May 18, 1894, Image 7

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    Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report.
Chamberlain’s Eye A Skin Ointment.
A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes. Tetter,
Salt Kheum, Scald Head. Old Chronic Sores,
Fever Sores, Eczema, Itch, Prairie Scratches.
Sore Nipples and Piles. It is cooling and
soothing. Hundreds of cases hove been cured
by It arter all other treatment had failed. It
4a put up In 25 and 50 cent boxes. For sale by
Cleorge M. Cheuery. Nov.20-lyear.
Don’t Tobacco Sp»t or Smoke Your
Life away is the truthful and startling title of
a little book that tells all about No-to-bac,
the wonderful, harmless guaranteed tobacco
habit cure. The cost is trilling and the man
who wants to quit and cun’t. runs no physical
or financial risk in using No to bac—Sold by
all druggists, (look at drug stores or by mail
free. The Sterling Hemtdy Co., Indiana Min
eral Springs, Indiana. Aug. 25—1 yr.
I have been :roubled with chronic
sore eyes for forty-five years, and dur
ing that, time have used many differ
ent remedies, bur have never found any
that seemed to do me any good, until 1
procured a box of Chamberlain's Eye
and Skin Ointment. [ have used only
about one-third of the box. and can
truth folly say I have never had my eyes
feel as well, or look as well as they do
now. I expect to cure th^m entirely
■with the ointment. Ben Heath, Dow
City, Iowa. 25 cent boxes for sale by
McConnell & Co.
Rail Road Notes.
J. Hailey of Batavia. N. Y.. conduct
or on N. Y. 0. railway, and one of the
best known men on the road, says of
Parks’ Tea: For ten years I have suf
fered from constipation. Tritd every
thing and found nothing of lasting val
ue. Hearing so many talking of Parks’
Tea I tried it without much hope. The
first dose moved my bowels easily and
now 1 am cured. It works like magic.
Sold by McMillen.
During an epidemic of whooping
cough at DeWitt. Iowa, a prominent
family there bought a fifty-cent bottle
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
their children. It piovtd so satisfactory
that they recommended it to their neigh
bors; and they in turn to others. In
less than a week's time the druggist,
Mr. C. V. Baxter, was having an im
mense run on it. The medicine is still
the maiu reliance in that vicinity for
coaghs, colds, croup and whooping
cough. Mr. Baxter says: “It sells
on its meritB.’' For sale by McConnell
& Co.
When a man pounds his thumb, he
puts it in his mouth and says * * * *
get me Haller’s Pain Paraiyzer, quick
now. For sale by McConnell & Co.
We authorize our advertised drug
gists to sell Dr. King’s New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
upon this condition: If you are afflict
ed with a cough, cold or any lung,
throat or chest trouble, ana will use
this remedy as directed, giving it a fair
trial, aud experience no benefit, you
may return the bottle and have your
money refunded. We could not make
this offer did we not know that Dr.
King’s New Discovery could be relied
on. It never disappoints. Trial bot
tle free at McMilleu’s drug store.
Large size 50c. and$l.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pav required.
It is gaaranteed to give perfect satis
faction or money refunded. Price 25
cents per box, at McMilled’g.
We are printing the date to which
each subscriber has paid his subscrip
tion to The Tribune along with the
address. Watch the date and you will
know if you are in arrears. If you are
please come and see us.
North Pole, Dec. 25, 1892.
Haller Proprietary Co:—Bo sure and
send me a lot of Haller’s Sure Cure
Cough Syrup. I get lots of letters
from the children asknig for it. For
sale by McConnell & Co.
The great elephant, got a sore foot they
used Haller s Barb Wire Liniment and
cured it up in four days. For sale by
McConnell & Co.
K. 0. T. M.—Second and fourth Thursday
evenings or each month. J. H. Dwyer, Corn. i
J. H. Yarger, Record Keeper.
L. O. T. M.—First aud third Thursday even
ings of each month. Mrs. J . F.Ganschow.
Mrs. Nellie Johnson, Corn
Record Keeper.
Mr. Win. Westlake, a prominent
farmer and breeder of thorough bred
horses, living near Avoea. Neb., was so
badly injured by being thrown Ironi his
sulky, as to be unable to raise his hand
to his head. After using numerous lin
iments and consulting several physi
cians without getting any relief, he
asked me if I knew of anythiug that
would help him. I recommended
Chamberlain’s Pain Balm, which lie
used, and within two weeks he had en
tirely recovered the use of his arm. I
consider Chamberlain's Pain Balm the
greatest preparation ever produced fur
sprains, bruises, deep-seated and mus
cular pains, burns and scalds.—.). .1.
La Grange, Druggist, Avoea, Nib.
50 cent, bottles for sale bv McConnell
& Co
Distemper—Cause and Treatment
Is the title of our little book which
tells all about one-of the most loath
some and dangerous diseaaec affecting
horses, sheep, and dogs, with unques
tionable proof of the merits of Craft's
Distemper and Cough Curs in the treat
ment of the same. Sent free by ad
dressing The Wells Medicine Co.. La
Fayette Ind. The remedy is sold bv
As a remedy for all forms of head
ache Electric Bitters bus proved to be
the best. It effects a permanent cure
and the most dreaded habitual sick
headaches yield to its influence.
We urge all who are afflicted to procure
a bottle, and give this remedy a fair
trial. In cases of habitual constipation
Electric Bitters cures by giving the
needed tone to the bowels, and few
cases long resist the use of this medi
cine. Try it once. Large bottles only
50 cents at McMillen's drug store.
Morris’ English Worm Powder,
A specific remedy for worms; warrant
ed to cure the worst case of worms
known, or money refunded. Knocks
pin worms in horses every time. Also
good for all kinds of worms in horses,
sheep and dogs. Price 50 cents at all
drug stores, or postpaid by mail. The
Wells Medicine Co., LaFayette. In
diana. Sept. 8—1 vr.
A chance to be strong and healthy,
feed them with good plain food and
keep their blood in good order with
Haller’s Sarsaparilla and Burdock and
who knows but they will be president
or alderman. For sale by McConneil
& Co.
Why Do You Cough?
Do you not know that Parks' Cough
Syrup will cure it? We guarantee every
bottle. There are many cough syrups
but we believe Parks’ is tbe best and
most reliable. Sold by McMiilen.
It Does Mot Cost Anything
To try Parks’ Sure Cure. A specific
cure of all diseases peculiar to women.
Ask your druggist our guarantee plan.
Sold by McMiilen.
Dr. Humphrey's new specific for the
Grippe is meeting with a phenominal
sale. A sure cure—almost infallible,
curing 99 cases out of 100. For sale
by all druggists.
Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castoria,
In the Days of Our Grandmothers,
Sulphur and molasses reigned su
preme in the springtime. Nowadays
we take Humphrey’s Specific No. 10
for dyspepsia, and all stomach troubles,
keeping the blood pure, so that no
spring dosing is necessary. For sale
by druggists.
The first lesson in deceit is often
taken by going into debt.
Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castoria.
Awarded Highest Honors World’s Fair.
Tile only- Pare Cream' of Tartar Powder.—No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used hi Millions of Homes—40 Years the Standard.
Their howling and whirling on
A Performance of Which Much Has Becu
Written Described lty an Eyewitness—An
Entertainment Which Put the Boston
Chaplain to Thinking.
Cairo has an entertainment every Fri
day afternoon which draws well. It is
tho function of the howliug and whirl
ing dervishes in the mosque of Kasr-el
Ain, on the road to old Cairo, near the
bank of the Nile. There were formerly
two entertainments, one of the howlers,
the other of the whirlers. I do not know
how they happened to be uuitod. I sup
pose it came from the tendency toward
consolidation and combination so preva
lent in these times. It is much more
convenient now. In the former times
tourists were obliged to hurry from one
to the other, as they both came off at
the same hour. Now they can go leisure
ly after an early lunch. We assembled
with 100 or 200 of our fellow travelers
at the appoiuted hour, or rather some
time before, in order to secure good
The performance is given in a circu
lar room crowned b7 a lofty dome.
Chairs are supplied for a moderate sti
pend. On the occasion when wo assisted
there were about 30 performers. Tho
leader of the troop was a very respect
able looking man. Ho sat in the place
of honor on one side of the room. The
others formed a semicircle in front of
him. The exercise began with a short
invocation and devout obeisances. At
first the dervishes kneeled on mats. The
leader opened with a brief chant, and
tho others responded vigorously, duck
ing their heads to tho floor. Then a be
nevolent looking senior member struck
up a song which had something of the
effect of a pig under a gate. This seem
ed to bo stimulating, for all the others
rose and began a rhythmic howling, keep
ing time by moving their heads forward
and backward, with occasional varia
tions to the right and left.
The howling was varied by a snort
ing chorus, which, with practice, be
comes very effective. This was followed
by deep and loud breathing, the heads
all the time wagging in the most vigor
ous manner. The accompanying music
at first was only a flute and a small
drum, but as they warmed up larger
drains and cymbals were brought iu,
and the more violent action was accent
ed by a tremendous din. About half the
dervishes had long hair, and the move
ment of their heads was sufficient to
throw it forward and backward at every
stroke. This was a real addition to the
effect. After they got well at work one
of them glided into the center of the cir
cle and began to whirl, keeping time to
the music and the howling, which kept
going faster and faster.
Now and tneu tlio leader would make
a «ignal to stop. Some of the performers
seemed unable to do this promptly, but
kept on swaying and howling until they
were run down. Only one of them fell
in a swoon, and he seemed to be in a
fair way to recover when we left This
was a slight disappointment Some days
there are more events of this nature,
which always increase the pleasure of
the audience. I am almost inclined to
fear that the “show” element has been
allowed to creep into this performance,
though it appears to be carried on in
dead earnest. There is no fee for admis
sion, but every visitor is expected to
drop something into the “plate” as he
goes out, besides paying for his chair.
The performers at first struck me as a
“job lot” of loafers picked up in the
street for the purpose, but I was assured
by one who ought to know that they
were real dervishes, well practiced in
their business. Certainly no company
without a good deal of practice could go j
through what they did without a great
er list of casualities. I did not see any
indication on a single face that there
was anything amusing about it. As this
was a religious function, the chaplain
naturally took the right of the line. I
saw that he was intensely interested and
presumed that he was looking for a
deeper meaning underlying the strange
spectacle. It seems that he was consid
ering the possibility of introducing
something of this nature to give warmth
and color to the religious services in the
churche3 of Boston, which are too apt to
be coldly decorous, especially under the
chilling influences of the Back Bay.
Two carefully selected and well or
ganized troops, one of whirlers and
the other of howlers, would add real
life and interest to any one of our
churches where the members of the con
gregation are now apt to be sleepy. Any
thing in reason, the chaplain says, to
get people out of their ruts of self com
placency. I can scarcely venture to ex
press an opinion here as to the spiritual
effect, but I feel sure that a congrega
tion, drowsy with overfeeding on baked
beans and brown bread, would be made
wide awake by joining moderately in
exercises like those exhibited to us by
the whirlers and howlers of Cairo. —
Cor. Boston Herald.
Fried Ice Cream.
A Philadelphia firm makes a specialty
of fried ice cream, which is pronounced
delicious by all who taste it. A small,
solid cake of the cream is enveloped in
a thin sheet of pie crust and then dip
ped in boiling lard or butter long enough
to cook the outside to a crisp. Served im
mediately, the ice cream is found to be
as solidly frozen as when it was first
prepared. The process of frying is so
quickly accomplished and the pastry is
so good a protector that the heat has no
chance to reach the frozen cream. —New
York Times.
Marie—Oh, I was so very, very sorry
to find you out when I called yesterday.
Myrtylla — I, too, regretted it, of
course. But do tell me why you were so
very, very sorry.
Marie—Because I’d just seen you en
ter the house five minutes before.—
Vogue. '
Incorporated Unier State Laws.
Paid Up Capital $50,000. Surplus $10,000.
l3anfting - lousiness.
Collections made on all accessible points. Drafts drawn on
principal cities of Europe. Taxes paid
for non-residents.
Tickets for Sale to and from Europe.
V. FRANKLIN, President. A. C. EBERT, Cashier.
The First National Bank, Lincoln, Nebraska.
The Chemical National Bank, New York City.
Tfie ttrst Natioua) IBattft.
. PB^
I 1
* $60,000.
GEORGE HOCK NELL, President. B. M. FREES. Vice President. W F. LAWSON Cashier
$100 REWARD, $100.
The reader of this paper will be
pieased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been aide to cuie in all its stages, and
that is catarrh. Hall’s Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure known to the
medcial fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires constitu
tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is taken internally, acting directly on
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying the founda
lion of the disease, and giving the
patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature iu do
ing its work. The proprietors have so
much faith in its cnrative powers, that
they offer One Hundred Dollars for
any case that it fails to cure. Send
lor list of testimonials. Address
F. J. Chenev & Co., Toledo, 0.
E£F"Sold by druggists.
We Guarantee
That no horse will ever die of colic,
bots, or conjestion of the stomach if
Morris’ English Stable Powder is used
regularly two or three times a week.
If fed to cows it wiii increase the quan
tity of the milk and cream one-third,
and wiil keep both in good healthy con
dition. 25 cedts. Sold Dy McConnell
& Co. _
Live and Learn.
It is estimated that there are two
million chickens hatched in the United
States every year, but not more than
one-half of these reach the size for
market. Cholera, gapes, pip, etc., kill
millions every year. All these dis
eases are quickly cured by the use of
Wells’ Hoosier Poultry Powder 25
cents. For sale by McConnell & Co.
Afraid of Pneumonia.
Mrs. Catherine Black, of LeRoy. N.
Y., took a severe cold. The physician
feared pneumonia. She took one bot
tle of Parks’ Cough Svrup and says:
“It acted like magic. Stopped my
cough and I am perfectly well now.
I recommend to everyone for throat
and lung trouble as I believe it saved
my life.” Sold by McMillen.
A Merciful Man
Is merciful to his horse, and every
horse-owner should have a bottle of
Morris’ English Stable Liniment as a
part of his ready and useful outfit. A
safe and speedy cure for barbed-wire cuts,
wounds, galls, scratches, sore shoulders
and back, sweeney. puffs, poll evil and
all blemishes. There is nothing else
like it. Price 50 cts. and $1.00. sold
by McConnell & Co.
Craft’s Distemper and Cough Cure.
A safe preventive and positive cure
lor distemper, coughs, etc., in horses,
sheep and dogs. Has stood the test of
frequent use in every portion of the
country, and will do precisely what is
claimed for it, as those who have used
it will cheerfully testify. Price 50 cts.
and $1.00. For sale by McConnell
& Co.
S. B. Bashford of Carthage, S. D.,
was taken sick in Sioux City. He
procured two bottles of Parks Sure
Cure for the Liver and Kidneys. He
says: “I believe Parks' Sure Cure ex
cells all other medicines for rheumatism
and urinary disorders.”
The Prettiest Girl in Town
Has been using Parks’ Tea and she
says: “My complexion is much im
proved. That muddy look is all gone.
I take a cup of Parks’ Tea three nights
a week and feel just elegant.” Sold
by McMillen.
To W. C. Jenkins, Gerhard Radamaeher,
George Hocknell, McCook Loan and Trust
Company, Eugene S. Dutcher, A. E. Boynton,
J. E. Seeley, Nelson A. Duff, Joseph Oppen
maer, Mary E. Wick, Samuel S. Colt and to
all whom it may concern:
The commissioner appointed to locate a
road commencing at a point 8 chains 50 links
north of center of section n, township 2,
range 27, in Missouri Ridge precinct. Red
Willow county, Nebraska, running thence
west 38 chains, thence north 42 degrees 30
minutes, west 89 chains 14 links, thence north
73 chains 29 links, thence north 17 degrees
20 minutes, west 33 chains, thence north 60
degrees 30 minutes', west 12 chains 50 links,
intersecting section line, thence west on sec
tion line, terminating at northwest comer of
northeast H of section 32, township 3, range
27, has reported in favor of the location there
of, and all objections thereto or claims for
damages must be filed in the county clerk’s
office on or before noon of the 21st day of
July, A. D. 1894, or said road will be establish
ed without reference thereto.
5i-4ts. Geo. W. Roper, County Clerk.
By virtue of an order of sale directed to
me from the district court of Red Willow
county, Nebraska, on a judgment obtained
before H011. D. T. Welty, judge of ttie dis
trict court of Red Willow county. Nebraska,
on the 19th day of March, 1894, In favor of
Randolph L. Bullard as plaintiff and against
George H. Tupper et al. as defendants for,
the sum of nine hundred fifty-three ($953.00)
dollars and seventy-six (76) cents, and costs
taxed at $33.48, and co-defendants Burton &
Harvey on the same date having obtained a
decree for the sum or $67.20, and accruing
costs, I tiave levied upon the following real
estate taken as the property of said defend
ants to satisfy said judgments towit: The
northwest quarter of section 22 in township
two, north of range 26,west of the 6th I’. M.,
in Red Willow county, Nebraska. And will
j offer the same for sale to the highest bidder,
for cash in hand, oil the 4th day of June, A.
D. 1894, in front of the south door of the
court house in lndianola, Nebraska, that
being the building wherein the last term of
court was held, at the hour of one o’clock, P.
M. of said day, when and where due attend
ance will be given by the undersigned.
Dated May 2, 1894. E. R. BANKS,
W. S., Attorney. 50-5t. Sheriff.
By virtue of an order of sale directed to me
from the district court of Red Willow county,
Nebraska, on a judgment obtained before.
Hon. D. T. Welty, judge of the district court!
of Red Willow county, Nebraska, on the 8th
day of May. 1893, in favor of Francis M.
Wright as plaintiff and against Charles A.
Bede et al. as defendants for the sum of nine
hundred thirty-eight ($938.00) collars aud
fifty-seven (57) cent;, and costs taxed at
$30.58, aud co-defendants Burton & Harvey
on the same day having obtained adecree for
$63,25, and accruing costs, 1 have levied upon
the following real estate taken as the prop
erty of said defendants to satisiy said judg
ments towit: The northeast quarter of section
IS in township 4, nortli of range 27, west of
the 6th P. M., in Red Willow county, Nebr.
And will offer the same for sale to the high
est bidder for casli in hand on the 4th dav of
June, A. D. 1894, in front of the south door
of ttie court house in Indianola. Nebraska,
that being the building wherein the last term
of court was held, at the hour of one o’clock,
P. M. of said day, when and where due
attendance will be given.
Dated May 2,1S94. E. R. BANKS.
W. S.'. Sheriff of said county.
Attorney. 50-5t.
By virtue of au order of sale directed to me
from the districtcourtof Red Willow county,
Nebraska, on a judgment obtained before
Hon. D. T. Welty, judge of the district court
of Red Willow county, Nebraska, on the 8th
day of May, 1893, in favor of James G. John
ston, trustee, as plaintiff, and against John
N. Smith et al. as defendants, for the sum of
ten hundred eighty-five ($1,085.00) dollars
and sixty-two (62) cents, aud costs taxed at
$25.08, and co-defendant J. E. Seeley on his
cross-petition having obtained a deciee for
the sum of $122.90, and accruing costs, I have
levied upon the following real estate taken
as the property of said defendants to satisfy
said judgments towit: The west half of the
southeast quarter of section 29 and the north
Half of the northeast quarter of section 32, in
township 4. north of range 30, west of the 6th
P. M. in Red Willow county, Nebraska. And
will offer tbe same for sale to the highest
bidder for cash in hand, on the 4th day of
June, A. D., 1S94, in front of the south door
of the court house in Indianola, Neora3ka,
that being the building wherein the last term
of court was held, at the hour of one o’clock,
P. M. of said day, when and where due
attendance will be given by the undersigned.
Dated May 2,1891. E. R. RANKS,
W. S., Sheriff of said county.
Attorney. 50-5t.
Cochran <fc Co. have the largest
and completest stock of standard
farm machinery to be found in
Red Willow county. Look them
over and get prices.
That the diseases of domestic ani
>mals. Houses, Cattle, Sheet, I)ooh,
noG3, and Poultry, arc cured by
Humphreys' Veterinary Speci
fics, is as true as that people ride on railroads,
send message., 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 Officer*.
fy500 PAGE BOOK oa treatment and careoi
Domestic Animals, and stable chart
mounted on rollers, sent free.
cures j Fevers, Congestions, Inflammation*
A.A. 1 Spinal Meningitis, Milk Fever.
B. Bt—Strains, Lameness, Rheumatism
C. C.—Distemper, Nasal Discharges.
D. D.—Dots or Grabs. Worms.
K. 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.
J. K.—Diseases of Digestion.
Stable Case, with Specifics, Manual,
Vet. Cure Oil and Medicator, $7.00
Price, Single Bottle (over 50 dosesT, • .60
Sold by Druggists; or Sent Prepaid anywhere
and in any quantity on Beoeipt of Frioe.
Corner William and John Sts., New York.
In use 30 years. The only successful remedy for
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
and Prostration, from over-work or other causes.
91 per vial, or 5 vials and large vial powder, for $5.
8#*d ky DnccMs, or seat postpaid m roeolpt • t prkr.
Corner William and John Sts.. New York.
Draying in all its Branches
JSjPSand Hauling. Safe Moving
a Specialty.
y5f*M-,eave orders at coal yards, and at ras
ideiice, No. 306 Madison street, between
Dennison and Dodge streets, McCook.
Real Estate, Collections,
Loans and Insurance.
McCook. - Ncwmska
Has just received a new stock of CLOTHS
and TRIMMINGS. If you want a good fitting
suit made at the very lowest prices for good
work, call on him. Shop first door west of
Barnett’s Lumber Office, on Dennison stseet.
t^“OFFiCE—Front rooms over Low man A
Son’s store. Rksidencf. 402, McFarland St.,
two blocks north of McEntee hotel. Prompt
attention to all calls.
—TV. Y. GAGE,—
Physician & Surgeon*
^"Ostici Hovas: 9 to 11. a. m.. 3 to 5 and
7 to 9, p. m Rooms over F>rst Nation),! bank.
(WNight calls answered at office.
Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castoria.