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Ol any Cass County Paper.
A "PolNTF.!:" fur democrats is tie
fact that M. h. Hayward will I t i
noxt joverinr of Nebraska.
W. A. J'oYNTKK, a persi-tcnt oHiee
WKkoP fnim l.oono county, was nomi
nated by tlx; populists l;i-,t ni'it for
governor. Tho other two eon von I ioi.s
will undoubtedly ciiilorw! him, : n t In:
will head tho fu-ion ticket.
K. .1. Ill'llK K'l T will bo tin-. next c ii
fjri'rtsuiilti from this district, and no
)opocr;it io .side show with I I-ileoinb
in nharyo will change a single voto.
Tlio hero of tho spotted cow called
Hpock, will not enthuse anybody down
IT is estimated by tho government,
judging from the. p.esont rale of re
ceipts, that the new war taxes will
prod ni'e a. re venue of $ I7-,H'0,li0!( per
year. The $'JO0,OI 10,0(10 bond issue will
thus be denned up so rjiiiek the popo
erats will not have any bonds to howl
IU in is i i:n Si;w.i.l, prominently
spoken of as governor of Hawaii, is
the young man who refused to vo'e
for his father, who had been yoked up
with liryan. He continues to show a
bright discriminating mind, and no
doubt will receive further hono.B at
tho hands of tho admini-tration.
TlIK silver republican con tingent
soured the state for delegates but
when they were called together le:-s
than a hundred could Ivi found in tho
state convention, and half the enmities
of tho state wore, not represented at
all They made a bald blutT, however,
and secured tho place of lieutenant
governor for Gilbert, of York, one of
TlIK fall in th:. price of wheat is
heralded with joyous acclaim by tli-t
ponocratic press, and V. V. Allen had
tho tomerity yesterday to mention
that whoat and silver were r.ot so far
apart as they had been. It is only by
calamity, cyclones, grasshoppers or
hard times of some sort that such inoii
as Allen can hold public oflice, henco
tho zeal of his followers to magnify
and distort everything that occurs to
mnke it appear worse than it is.
Till". Nebraska City News, in its de
sire to injure Judge Ilnyward by plac
ing him in a false light, shows u little
ness of disposition far bolo-.v what we
thought possib'e. Mr. Hay want was
appointed conn ty attorney to succeed
Paul Jcssn, who went to war, for the
reason that he was ablo and willing to
turn the salary over to Paul's widowed
mother. Paul had been in his otlice
for years, and the work was a labor of
love, and relloets great credit on
Judge Ilayward, whoso kindness of
heart is shown by bene vo'.er.t act-;.
The Nebraska City paper must know
of these facts, yet it pretends not to
know it, and speaks of the mr.ttcr in a
wav that is iitt'e short of scandalous.
BILL G KKKN'K, the boozy eong'-o-s-man
from the Sixth di.-triet, is clear
on tho financial Question. He says he
is opposed to bonds, and thinks the
government ought to is-u ) its own
money by printing on a piece of p iper
this is a dollar. We could do away
with the taxes in that way entirely.
It seems so strange that all the wis
dom of centuries lias net shown gov
ernments that resorting to taxation
was wrong, and whenever they wanted
money for any purpose thoy should
simply print it. Bill ought to soak
his head and bathe his feet awhile, so
as to restore thi equilibr ium to his
circulation. Hj evidently sutlers
from a rush of blood to the head.
Jrixil.Mi from tho falling oil of tho
freo silver voto in 1SDT, as compared
with IS!)i, Neb.aska is likely to swing
back into tho republican lino this fill.
That stato is naturally republican by
a very large majority, but between
poor crops and poor prices for what
little they did raise the farmers of
that stato became desperate. They
took to populism with the eagerness
of a drowning mm catching at straws.
Hut this has been a year of great agri
cultural prosperity, and of the ?10:,
000,0d0 of farm mortgages paid off
during the last twelve months Ne
braska liquidated its fair shai-e. It
may he coun'ed upon with re isoaab'e
certainty to now resume its proper
place in tho republican column.
Chicago Inter O -e an.
READY WITH A FLAG.
The facility with which Porto Pican
majors boast of their United States
citizenship and recommend their peo
ple to treat with humanity their con
quored enemy, the Spaniards, is in
6tructivo as well as amusing. It indi
cates that they have been thinking
about annexation to tho United States
so loE and to such purpose, that
when it comes with the apparent su 1
denncssof a tropical storm, it finds
them fully prepared with the appro
priate proclamation and even with a
flag made in the secrecy of the domes
tic circle, bearing tho stars and stripes
in regular form. State Journal.
in mo nr.
The new- from Madrid ihd Scutes
that 'b" w.m will soon hi.; over. Tho
S;i in-'i i 'V. rne eat !'. I i.ea the ho ,c.
! ss.o of tic c.jiilliet now thai its
:i..vy i.- .l.-..r.. ci :...d will inc. ;: tho
.lieyi line ,i;nl retire f.-.ill N pM.Se.s-J-es-i,-!,-,
i1 ti, W-i.lt I fol ! ;S.
It i- . lie' I.,, .,i to haggle about the
condition which rol hives those inland
ami the I Ttl it d Stiles from all tho
colutiiil iri'.h.iy.edtie-t con tr jeted by
.-o:i'u in ner vain oiloris to pidu i
Nently subjue tho Cuban, bu'. tho
United S'.ites having waived all mon
ey indemnity for war exn :n?o- on wm
ditiou that Spain settles tcr own
bond - the oh j. ( j,,,, t,( v , her ! -
ril colouioi fru.i from debt. will
doublbsbe i e.'c r i u I eit by tho bond
holdor.s who must fuel cortiin that
t lie-c, cond i I ions are liual and that
any refu-al to ag'-e.i will merely furth
er impoverish their debtor and make
t hei r bonds st i 1 1 m re precarious.
They will have to accept a big dis
count in one cie.e .-ml will eventually
gi t nothing if Spain is reduced to ox
tronrtion by an effort to continue the
TlIK NATION'S CHEOIT.
In the very midst of an exciiing war
the doted States issued $-Jfj0,0CO,(l0.)
of hotels at the low rate of three p.;r
cent. They woro a'. 1 taken up at par
liy the. people without tho interven
tion of any syndicate or any bank.
And. so great is tho country's credit
that with the war slill on, these bonds
have risen to 101 even before their
is.-,uo. That is to say, investors, aro so
eager to get them that they are will
ing to surrender a year and a ipiar tor's
interest for that purpose. Was there
ever such national credit in the world
as ours" St. ite Journal.
Till-: democratic program is said to
have destroyed Mathevv Goring'.s
hopes and smashed his day dreams of
congressional honors without regard
to his feliriLTs. Iloleomb, who has
never been an actual resident of the
district, is now a candidate for c. in
gress, and the democrats propose to
nominate him, even though he be a
pop, which will m ike no dilToronco.
Wo hope thei r pi ans may not miscarry.
The ropubiic in majority in this dis
trict would be augmented hy his can
didacy and the capitol ring would not
IM OKMATION AM) Ol'l NIOXS.
Clem Dcaver lies, n gloomy wreck.
Ami none tliurc aie to praise him;
Ami naval men have made re;ort
It will not pay to raise him.
Chattanooga has enjoyed pro iter
prosperity since the outbreak of the
war with Spain than any other town
in America. With 00,000 soldiers en
camped at CLick.imauga tho Chata
nooga mercha n ts have done a tremend
ous business and, like Artemus Ward,
they are most enthusiastic, not only
for this war, but the next war. Ex.
Galiin, of Sarpy, was severely in
jured tho other day, but the fall he
got yesterday in the pop state conven
tion was worse than all else.
Our republican contemporary prom
ised to "show us" when tho conven
tion met but the promise has not been
fulfilled. It takes its political cue from
the wrong source.
Tho queen regents "Cam ira"' re
fuses to t:i.ko anyth'iig. She should
let Commodore Watson push the but
ton and then look at the picture.
A clcv."sr swindling scheme is beintr
worked by a pair of smart fellows in
various parts of the country. One
goo- through the country on a ood
bicycle, and when he strikes a lively
town he claims to be hard up, and
offers to sell tho wheel cheap to get
-oine money. Fanners boys admire
bicycles and bite rei.diiy, paying a
small price for a first clas wheel.
After a few days tho ot'ier sharper
turns up and claims to be lookiner for
a nrai who stoie his wheel. He de
scribes it well, giving the n umber, a nd
tho owner has to part with it. The
sharpers raise from twenty to forty
dollars a trip, and -tart to greener
Poi nter is one of tho farmers who
farnis t.io farmers.
The third member of the Thompson
family at Grand Island, who deserted
fns brother in dcraocr .cy to work the
pops, failed isrnominiously at the late
state convention. It s v;ms to be a
case of two much Thompson.
Admiral Dewey has captured an
other island. If Mr. Cleveland were
president at the present time, Dewey
would keep him quite busy hauling
down American flags. l-,x.
The Spanish prisoners have been so
we'.l fed and cared for that they now
cheer American warships. Probably
before long they will be wanting to
enlist in tho army and navy.
Our Nebraska- City namesake is a
dyspeptic with narrow vision. A man
might not be a candidate, Mr. Mar
nell, and still some one could present
his name to a convention without be
ing in danger of arrest. The act that
the convention refused to consider the
claims of tho gentleman is further
proof that he was not a candidate.
This paper never prints an litem until
it has reason to believe it is true, and
our Mizzoory neighbor need make r.o
faces or allusions which tho facts will
not bear out.
lid. Howard, the Sa.-py county ego
tist, says J. Sterling- Morton is the fa
ther of Nebraska fusion. The fellows
whoare ashamed of their work usually
find relief in trying to point out some
one else that is just as had as they
are. Howard and his crowd of any-thing-for-oflice-reformors
to the comfort thoy can get out of
Free silver republicans are the
smallest crop in Nebraska this year.
Thel- don't average ono in a hill.
Answer to a correspondent: Tho
phrase "dinna ye hear the slogan?"'
was originated by a story concerning
tho siege of Lucknow. Tho "British
garrison there was in hard lines, te-
ng aim -si st irve l and short of arnu
nili hi; many wi re, dying of hunger
atei despair, inciudllig .VonC'll ;u: J
etiiidr. n, and it o.oio d .it, ia.-l a-,
lii -iiu'h lis-- hour doom i.-.d nivived.
W'h tin t h. tin ver-- i, !:-. ie - a "a ! e
"'i a S.oieo w .in.i :i in '.ho
put, he i- oar to ie- grou-.d, ,'in.t
her heml v 1.!, ii r-n.iii of i asp.
h : ; i pi lies, s! e r- . i i i : : ,u :es a.
1 1 men , I l,a ve the ' on. 'i- to a :
that the Campbells aro con, in;
a ; -i iiie
rah, hurroo, Diana ye
tfan?"' Sui-if onrjij'.'h tin
pipes wen; shrieking i-i
and this wits the slogan
a ear I fie
S- oteh b.ie
the d i - ti i:cs
to which !;,
referred. The besiegers ;',etl before
the diabidieal nn-ie, which is fatal to
anybody but a Sc ' ; Ii ma n , and the
garrison was rc-eued If tlp-re is any
thi'ig e!so you dor-'t Ini-iw. write to us
a)i nit it . We n"e ia'nm. l to th" neeiv
- i t 1 1 - f i '. i i.fi
mat '. on :
W : ! t.
V!:en a man ;(m s into politics it
spoils him entirely for any! nine use
ful afterwards. See what it has done
for Otto Mut.. Bixby.
W. L. Stark, nominated a few days
ago by tho pops for conorcss m the
I Fourth district, was yesterday en
dorsed by the democrats. Ho will be
opposed by cither Haitior or Hitishav"
liurkott received 111 votes to StullY.
22 at the congressional convention. It
was a foregone conclusion some days
!iiro that the brilliant young lawyer
of Uncolii would lie the nominee.
There is some thought of making
Hawaii a county and admitting it as
a part of California. '1 he commission
sails in a day or two to investigate and
report to congress. Some authorities
urge ti territorial form of government
with oflieers appointed by tho presi
dent. The state house strategy board, re
inforced by the politic il Viin Moltkes
of the Omaha Fakory, have had their
plans of battle smas!ed into forty
smithereens by the mulish performers
in the three-ring circus. Theso kick
ing bionchos sometimes smash the
dashboard and throw the driver Hee.
Poyn'er for governor rends like a
joke. Tho follow is of nvdioco abil
ity and can no mo -e make a campaign
against M. Ij. I fay ward than he can
go to heaven in a baloon He won'.d
be clay in the hands of tho hoodlers
who infest the st:.te hou-e if ho were
elected, but ho can't be elected this
How ashamed Uncle John Powers
must, feel when be thinks of himself as
the father c-f this three-headed politi
cal monst ros'ty. Iix by.
This oflice isn't spokesman for tiny
one, but our neighbor will notice that
wha. the Ni-:ws said two weeks ago
has proven true exactly.
Ii-lu?Ii-itii Flout Con vt-ri I ion,
A delegate, convention of the repub
lican party of ihe Kighih i epr-sent i -tive
district of Nebraska. Composed
of Cass and Ome counties;, will lie held
at Weeping titer, Nebraska, on
Wednesday, August. 17, at II
o'clock ). m. for the purpose of plac
ing in nomination one candidate for
representative, and the transaction of
any oilier business that may properly
come before the convention.
Counties will he entitled to repre
sentation as follow.-:
It is recommended that no proxies
bo allowed, but that. the. delegates
present cast the full vo'e of their re
I. W. Tkkoakdknt,
II. C. FuKF.MAN", Chairman.
Iturki'tt f :r t'oii;r Ks.
Lincoln, Aug. 3 The republican
congressional convention of tho First
district was held m this city tonignt,
at which Hon. M. J. Hurkett of Lan
caster county was nominated on the
first ballot. The vole was: Burkelt,
141; Stull of Nemaha, 2:2. Trie votes
cast for Judge Stuil were fourt -en by
Nemaha, five by liichardson and three
by Johnson. Add'-en it f (toe
was eh-irm'-in of t lie con vei.t ion and
Tiinblinof Cass ami Stotieil of Xoniaha
The platform adopted endorses ?ile
Kiaiey and congress in the enactment
of the tai ilT and revenue bills, com
mends the foreign po icy of the
administration ar.d the conduct f the
war and rejoices in the annexation of
Hawaii. Allegiance is renewed to
tho national platform of bSOti and to
the cause of sound money and pro
tection. Tho conduc'. of Congressman
Strode is also commended.
The committeemen selected wee as
follow?: Cass, J. I. Unruh; .Tohn-on,
F. O. Dort; Lancaster, E. L. Uolyok-;
Nemaha. S. W. McGrew; Otoe, Frank
Helbig; Pawnee, J. F. Griffith: Kich
ardson, C. M. Linn. The chairman
and secretary Ot the committee will
he selected by Mr. liurkott. The con
vention was fully represented and was
enthusiastic at all times.
Call for CotiKrr'-ssiinial Convention Firrtt
The Peoples Independent Parti of
the First co.gressional district of
Nebraska mill meet m delegate con
vention at Piattsinouth. Cass county,
Nebraska, on the lllh day of August.
1S')S, at t2 o'clock p. tn.. for the pur
pose of placing in nomination a candi
date for congress for said district, and
to transact such further business a
sha. 1 come before the convention
The basis of representation in this
convention is the vote cast for JclTer
son II. Broady. in I ho Vir?l congress
ional district in 1U9G. Kich county
will bo entitled to one delegate for
each two hundred votes, or major
fraction therof then cast. Under this
apportionment the fc veral counties of
the district a-e entitled, respectively,
to the following number of delegate-,
to-wit: Cass. 1:2; J-.hn.on. 0; Lace vs
ter. 27; Nemaha. 0; Otoe, 13; Pawnee,
G; Richardson, 13.
It is recommended that alternaies
be elected for all delegates, and that
the delegates present cast the full
vote of their expect ive couo'ies.
FltKD Shfpiwkp. Chairman.
List of Letters.
Remaining uncalled for at the pst
o'nee at Plattsmouth. August 8. 1SDS:
Amick. Mr? O'.ga Hlotzor. Fran'-;
Barnes. H C Dorey. Mrs O K
Hart. Dave I leiir'clipen. Ohas
McKimiey, Mrs Fred Oliver. Mis- A'.iie
Perlee. Mr I'ranther, J C
Tin niton. Miss Ciara
When calling for any of the above
letters please say ' 'ad ve-ti-aMl.'"
"C. II. Smith, P. M.
Wo will pay a salary of 'lo per
week and expenses for man with risr
to introduce our poultry Mixture and
insect Destroyer in the country. Kef.
required. Address ith statno. I'f.i:
FECTION Ml"(i. Co.. Parsons. Kan.
Dr. Elster dentist, Waterman Block, '
rKl l'ltl.M'AN STATK ( (IVVKNTION.
Tie- f.-j'Uolican electors of the htale
(if N' b'iik .-re ri-(ii' sted to send
deleate- f i om their respoeti vn con n -ties
to meet in convention in tho citv
ne .n, on Veilne-day, August lO,
at ten o'elo-k a. m , for the pur
.f placing in nomination c.indi--.
1- r t h. following ollices:
Lieuter aut govoruor.
S'-eretary of state.
Auditor Lf public accounts.
Si:i'.-rintot:de!it of public iiirstrue-
7. A tt oriiey-genertil.
,s. Commissioner (if public lands
and !ci i h 1 i ngs.
And to transact such other business
a- may propeHy corno before tho con-:
The several counties are entitled to
representation as follows: Tho appor
tionment being based upon the voto
cast for Hon. Albei t J. Iiurnham, for
presidential elector in lS'JO, giving
each county one delegate at large and
one for each 1 2ij votes and a major
( (U NII I S.
liamiei . . . .
Ii . Unite
1 a ou a
. . . Johnson
... '. Kimljall
"-' Kearney ....
... in Keith
... ;V Keya l'aha . .
. . . T) I ..nirasle. . . .
. . . 1 I .nicohi
... Ill .oj;aii
.. . M.I. imp
. . . 1 1 : M aijison
... w'JMt Phersou. .
... !' Merrick
. . :i Nance
. . V!
('In ny ti Neinal.a . .
L licvenne .
'i:ai:u;; . . . .
( li ter
i )ak. ta
I I.'IW.-OII . . .
I- i. Im. n e . .
Fi an k 1 in . . .
I 'r nit ier . . .
I- in lias . . . .
i ll tie! 1
'io pel .
lilo-lcV. .. .
I : a : ! .
i iat : an
1 1 a es
. K.l toe
. M I'awnee
. :i;I'helps... .
. 111! Pel kins
. H .Platte
. mil',, Ik
. :i,Ke.l Willow
. le();Sai py
. 1 lSaunilers. . .
. SlSCOtt's hllllt
:io.siei man 4
. 4!Stantoii fi
. 2 j Thayer 13
. 4, I 'homas 1
. l'Vrhuistou f
. sj Washington M
Holt si Wheeler...
Jetiei'soii 1 1 Total
It is recom mended that
bo admitted to the convention and
that the delegation present be author
ized to cast the entire vote of the dele
gation of the county which they rep
It is requested that the county con
vention select their committeeman
and perfect their county organization
at the first convention counties in
which two conventions tire held.
Da vii II. M f.kckk,
Ed. It. Sinit,
A not tier Hero.
IScri II. Cilman, captain in the reg
uiar army, and a brother of Mrs. Li.
' '. Kerr of this city, is receiving ex
tended and complimentary notice in
the eastern press since his death. He
proved himself one of the heroes of
the war, and too much cannot be spo
ken in his praise. He was born in
New Hampshire, but spent his boy
hood "lays at Dixon, Illinois. In 1S72
he graduated from West Point, and,
being a fine schoiar he litis held many
positions in colleges where he had
been sent by tho secretary of war He
was stationed at Governor's Island,
New York, when tho war broke out
and a- Ked to command a company,
which was granted, and lie went with
the first expedition to Santiago where
he w;.- taken sick. When tho day of
batt'e arrived he got out of bea to
'e -d h is romp my, and while t.t the
front he was wounded, and being sick
and faint he fought tho bush for
shade. ;md was net discovered for
uendy a wrek. He finally reached the
hospital and was sent to Xew York,
where he arrived lf-:st week. He lived
only a few h -urs, however, after bis
return ;o his native land, and he low
sleeps iu the government burial place
l West Point. He was one of the
braves' soldiers before Santiago, his
comrades sav. and his death is ileply
deplored. He visited his sister in
this city five or six years ago, and
many will remember meeting him
A !iil TrHjjedy.
The four-year - old son of Ernest
Bahnkes, residing1 near Pacific Junc
tion, got on a chair Monday, in the
absence of his mother, and secured a
loalod revolver, with which lie was
playing, when it was d iseharged, kill
ing his little two-year-old sister. The
funeral took place in Omaha Tues
day. The mother is nearly distracted
with grief over the result of the acci
dent. Vp-iil August in ttic ISlKC-k IlilU.
Co first l fclot Springs. There you
c n bathe, ride bicycle, climb moun
tains, dance a' d play tennis to your
heart's content. If your limbs arc
stiff, your kidneys out of order or if
yep are troubled with exzema or any
other form of skin disease, a month at
Hot Springs will make a new man of
Sylvan Lake and Spenrfih are with
in a comparatively short distance of
Hot Springs and everyone who visits
tho IJIack Hills should see them.
Sylvan Lake is the prettiest and cool
est summer resort in the west. Spoar-fi.-h
is reached after a railroad ride
that ranks among the experiences of a
lifetime. There is nothing like it; any
where else on the g'oVe.
During Aueu-t, the Burlington
route will run two 1 -w rate excursions:
' r.e on the tub, the other on the 'JHlh
of that month. Tickets will be sold' at.
on-' fare for the round t rip- halt
rates and will be good to re tern T-.t
a--y time within thirty days.
Organize a party. Arrange- ,iFo U
your hotel accommodations, at F o'
Sonne's. (et you- tickets friira the
Piu-lincrton acent, and pass th 'most
a -hghtful months in thoyeir in the
most, delightful puramorl?i,Dd on the
Columbus was thrown into a rlun
gvon after rotiirniny f-.-om his vovap-o
of disoovory. Could the Spaniards
have fo'esoen what would happen four
centuries later ha would have be-?n
AVonderfully Low Uatex.
In order- t secure men for the har
vest fields of Kans and Oklahoma the
M. I. railway will e!i otie ticket to
any pointer, its lines ia that euntrv
at tc'truiar rates jrooj for three per-sDn-.
This is a reinaricaiily liberal act
on nit? part m i no .j . t". ana will eive
any man who v anta work a chance to
iJ 1x3 i jf31
The Leading Paper oiJ
It Is the Only
Larger Than Any Other
If You Don't See It in THE NEWS,
It Never Happened.
Jacob, the iifteen year old .-on of
John Kraegec, residing ileveti mile
south of Plat tniouth, left, home on the
evening- of Aug 'J and has not been
heard of since. lie is Light complex
ion ed.. thick lips, large teeth, with one
corner ofT a front tooth. ITe wore a
black, soft hat, brown jacket, light
shirt and old blue overalls.
Any information about the boy will
be glavlly received and paid for by
John Kraeger, Mynaid, Nebraska.
I.t is, or should be, the highest aim
of every merchant to please his customer-;
and that xhe wide-awake drug
firm of Meyers & F.shleman. Sterling.
Ii 1.. is doing so, 3 proven by ihe fol
lowing, f om Mr. llshiomau: "'it my
ii.Xueen years, exporiance in the drug
business I have newer s en or sold or
ti-iCMl a medicine that gave as good sat
isfaction as Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Jtemedy.'"
Soid by all druggist,
As a good thing ought io ha in bottles.
And scaled medicinally pure and rip-;
with age and mellow. Our name c:i
label over the cork. It's there because
it protects your interests as well as ours.
Never snM in txifk. Of Urngpists,
Grocers, Licensed lieatea, every wliere.
TRADE SUPPLIED BY
.RICHARDSON DRUG CO.
Wheeler & Wilson
Kotary Motion and
0 ft TAYL
y.n. i v
nwzvlV ife aLlo
has been Reduced in
. . 1 0 Con ts
Seven - Column Daily
A Superior News Service.
Half K;t'H - Kpwiirth I.ajriu- Ams-ii.IIv
l.ilK Oll), .lll'UHl II IO.
l-'or this oceanion Ihiriinton route
agents at stations within I.'jK milcnif
IiiiM-oln, will, on t he 3rd, ": h , lth and
St ii of A ust, sell round t.ri p 1ie,,-t s
to Lincoln :it the one way rate.
Atiiiust and o, corre.spOi.il ingly low
r.ites will Vie in effect from points in
western Nebraska Pelurn limit
August ". At'end nits will have
plenty of time, to visit Omaha
tho assembly is over and se
Trans-Mississi ppi Px position .
Tourint i'niii;ili l-l ,
Do-criptive of Yeltowston National
Park and the summer resorts of ;olo
rado and containing, besides map-sand
illustrations, a great deal ef info ma
tion of interest to sightseers and
tourists, can be had by add rcs-ing .1 .
Francis, (lencal Passenger Atront,
I5uri''ngton lloute, Omaha, Neb.
All points west.
Kansas C ;y
St. Louis MV
TRAINS LEAVE AS FCLLO'A'5 :
1. Denver express
Z. (Jiuali.i t st. Louis
:fj. Lui'a.1 express, ilaUy, S t Jot;.
Kunsas. st Louis, ml jjoirns
No 1. Luch. exu. daily, liuriinirtna,
(Jhiciio. all points o ist
No U- Locai VXD. a wiiy except suir
No. I" Uiinlia to Crcslori, loral...
0 : 10 a
i U ny
! ;oW. Luca.1 exp. dully except uii-
day. I'iicifii.- .1 uuct ion
j No:iil. rrtii-ht, 'ittily except Mirniay
" lai'-ific J ti m.-t inn
No - VctityUl'j'l exp. daily, li ir
liDfc'ion, Chic.t-O an;! iOi
No l;JstulJ from Juiict.oa to l'nitts
aioutn No li. Local exp. Oaily. 21 Joe, Kan
sas City. ?t Louis. Cliii- i.-o
nil points east and south..
No 111. Local exp, daily, Uniana, Lin
coln, Denver and interme
'o 'S Creston to Oruatia Local
No l. J',cal st. Lou sto'Jmilia
-ii r.'i. Local f relrit, daily, omar. a.
:.;) i, in
Lio;'l fr.-ifit. oaiiy, ex .sun
day. Cedar '. ret -', i.ouj--vu.e.
- am !:eii-i
I-";, -t li; a : i, or.1i . en: at a a i: '1
Vv-tiauied exp, oaiiy. I'en-
v.-r ar"J -ii po rr- m eoe,
rado, i'tali .t no Cai . f n
i,r iL(l isiar.d. ili.i. li Ii. 1 -.
.Moutaria snd I ai-ili N. V
Ne- VI. Li. ai ex p. u iiy l; v j: : a
uay. ljouisvi.ii-. A-a na-j.
V anoo, ?ctiuy !er
No 11. Local exp, dally except sua
uay, Urualia and I-in-oni..
No IT. Local i.x press, sunoay uriiy.
.Nil.-': L.it Ijo in l Freight, eonm.-'jts
at I'aciiic .) u net f hi w t ii
o. 1 the Denver Kxpns-,.
whicli ooe- not uio,. 1
1' ia! isn.ou tii p
.let-piriu'. dinlu- and rc-i u:r.: e;, ,
seals fr:.-ei on tiirouSi trains. T'.-- .
and lai-ira-e ctjeckeo to my in;:,r
L'niled st iiH-n.ri anad i
For Inforn.at ion. tine ta'ilci, a
tick in cail or v. rite to
l' a: -a: a: 1 1 .
I. 1"!;. NCKs. e n. la-, A. i .
No. j ...
No. 1 -. ioc.il freight .
Mi: 111 p in '
. t '.Vi a in 1
4:01 p tn I
N e w s
Price to . .
in the City.
! o o i
The Cssinn Saloon
i 1 end (j ! 1 1 1 e rs for tin;
llet Peer On liarth,
and i- (
1 I. i-
Y i-:t r
A N 1 -
i I ' t . i ; k.
Von Car, Always l-'iiid
And Other Iir.-Lii.!:. W'h'wh Will
Ic Sclii Wry Cli i.'.''. ) liy tlu
rt' i t k i
1 11L- i'lllll
Sliown Its Annrccirttion o
I ji;dvi;isi;k' by tin- Fuel that
Kivc Hundred Alillion Bot
tles Were Con-tuned Last
D'-'!nt;red to Any I'm t of the City.
PHIL TKIEROLF, Proprietor.
Excelsior Meat Market
or i;vi;KYi mxe;
'1 . i.
Ataia,"i;tw een Third and Fourth St.
rr i it i n ti
hni a I1- I
i it n1i axil of the lt t
nn-fiil . 1 1 i-nr ion n
ll!i- 'I'radi hiiii Ihe Io,t Kra-
M. L. JOHNSON.
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