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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1897.
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NOW WITHOUT A HlVJUi I
Jo Remedy Gan Gompaf e With
Paine's Gelefy Gompouni
Bead the Really Wonderful Exper
ience of Rev. Dr. Bailey and His
Good Wife, and the Indorsements
of Other Eminent Divines.
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Here ia a letter (rout tho pastor of tho
most inlluetitlal churoh in South
Baltlmote, that every truth-seeker
should read carefully.
Erery disheartened sick person unit
very man or woman who has lost
faith in the remedies he or she has
tried because none of them has done
any good everyone who is sick ought
to bo cheered up ami filled, with new
tiope and determination by tho lottor
written by Rev. William T. Baitoy pns
tor of tho Curtis Bay Churoh, the
moat influential church in South Balti
more. On March SI, 1896,theBaltimoreSiin,
under display headlines, published the
following news of Kov. Mr. Bitiluy's
"Hsv. Wm. 'I'. Bailuy, pastor of the
Curtis Bav Bnptist church, wns intra
lyed In the tongue whllo preitchlng
Sutidity niht, iiuil lost tlui power of
sput'ch. Tho uoiiKtugittion was utnnuo
dismissed, nnd Dr. wita ciilli'd.
He .said Mr. llitllcy wns suffering from
it mmu'o tittttuk of imrvolis pLosttatimi
caused by hard study and ovurwork,
and that hn nuust Imvu rest and iitiii,"
Tlio whole city was shocked. Tho
papers soon began to record mi im
provement. On April IS, 1800, tho following open
letter was addressed to the proprietors
of Paiuu'H celery compound.
South Baltimore, Mil., April 18, '06.
Messrs. Wells, Richardson & Co.,
Gentlemen; I was taken very ill
while preaching Kaster Sunday uighu
My doctor could not help mo, so I tils
charged him and begun to usu Paino's
celery compound with crushing effect,
I will not hesitate to say that It ia tho
best medicine in tho world. I am
William T. Bailey.
Later in the ymtr the proprietora of
tills wontlurful reulody rocolvctl still
another loiter from Dr. Uuiloy, us fol
Gentleman-1 propose to tin what I
onn to lot pooplo know of your Pnlao's
celery compound, tho medicine that
has doro mo so much Rood. I shall iu
my own way, in speaking of my rapid
and great improvemeutfrom tho pulpit,
givo as is Justly due, tribute to Paino's
celery compound. I married, six
years ago, Miss Lilliu 11. DtiHiiuvunt, a
ludy well known in social life, tho
niece of Capt. Uobott F. Lewis, U, 8,
navy. During thu wholo six years sho
has heun an invalid, sulfuring from
hysteria, laughing,' crying and horeiuu
iug, bo that sho could hu luianl for
squares, I havo hnd a gront. ileal ot
trouuto and oxpeuso. Eighteen doc
tors have, tlrst mid last, tittniided hof,
and ono bottlo of Paino's celury mm-
ami ))L'ini hrcast pin. Kituliii
rowniiled. K. W. Cowni'.s, P.
To Cure Conatlpatlon Forevir.
TakoCuiM-uicts CundyCuthartla lOoorSSc.
JI O C. C taU to cure, drugguu refund aaoaey.
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pound has t'ono her more good thau all
of the other medicine She and I are
together using Paino's celery com
pound, and I will with pleasure let you
know tho result. Fraternally,
William T. Bailey.
Baltimore, May 18, 1808.
Wells, Richardson Co.,
(7cnemcfi:It is impossible forme
to express the emotions of my heart on
the great good Mrs. Bailey and I have
derived from tho uso of Paino's celery
compound. " I "rim' a ne'w man. We
havo takon together eight bottles, and
I wish to centinuo its uie. The people
of my church aro very klndto the poor
nnd 1 havo given to some of tho poor
money with which to purchase tho
medicine. You may usu my name, if
you wish 'and I will with plousuro
answer nil communications sent mo.
I liellovijtlie remedy is tho best iu tho
Yours very truly,
William T. Bailey.
Pastor Curtis Bay Bnptist Church.
A few weeks ago there was publish
ed a testimonial of the great virtue of
Paino's celery compound from Hov.
Charles L. "I'liompson, D. 1)., LL. 1).,
the emlnonl Presbyterian preacher of
Now York City. Kov. l)r. Meek,
editor of tho Central Methodist, re
cently wroto an opeH letter, tolling
that Paino's celery compound had
worked a remarkable cure in his case.
Ami last mouth tho great temperance
evangelist, Francis Murphy, told the
public how Paino's celery compound
had boon a blessing to his family.
Theso utu few among thousands.
Every one knows conscientious,
churitnble persous who are too busy,
mere often too procrastinating, to savo
their health from going to pieces, and
Hnd it easier to help others thau thorn
selves. Such persons 1111 up tho army
of broken down business men and sick
Every one In this sprlug time needs
to purify thu blood and rcgulitto tho
nerves. Carry homu today not by and
by a bottlo of Paino's celery com
pound. Cure nervousness, neuralgia
and rheumatism this spring. You can
now put your health on a sound basis
by means of Palno'i colory compound.
Chnrity should now begin at homo,
Attend to your own health aud that of
Paino's celery compound is within
tho reach of overy family whore thero
is u muiiiburntllleted by any stomach,
liver or kidney trouble. It cures per-
nmuoiitly ami rapidly.
It IllllSt l0 llintIl)Ktli.slttHl
Ono litindieil tinil si.My nctew of tin
improved laud, four mllns iiorlhwo"t
of Red Cloud, Nefor, Terms iiash, Ap
ply to, Mrs. Jaiks Kiukwood, Fair
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Tfc ltlaa f Management Which la Sara
t" (live Oood Ilcsnlt.
Knowing that many a fine litter of
piga i mined by carclcs management
of the feeder, I take thU opporuinlty
to call attention to a few important
facta. First, It la neceanary to ke-tp the
owa in (food thrift before the pig
come. This inuurcB good, stout, healthy
pigs to begin with. Many are afraid
they will get the now too fat. There
is llttlo danger of thin, although it U
beat to feed her milk, bran, short b and
the like, rather than too much earn.
Plenty of good bone and flenh-forming
food is what hi needed, always allowing
her to have plenty of exercUe in open
When the plga are farrowed feed the
bow sparingly of such food as milk,
bran, short, etc, for the first four or
five days, then gradually Jncrenne. the
feed until you give ber all Bhe enn and
will eat clean three tlmei per day. Tf
the sow has a large litter they will get
sufficient milk to keep them doing their
best After they are about ten day-old
place a trough where the pigs can run
through the fence and eat by .them
selves. Feed them sweet milk it first,
with a little wheat short in it. A little,
later on, feed also a little corn, but prin
cipally feed them on bone and muscle
forming food lire them all they will
When ths-y ore six weeks old decrease
the feed of the how gradually, so her
milk flow will gradually decrease. When
the phn nro eight weeks old wean them
off. Give them all they will eat and al
low them plenty of fresh clover grass
if poMbjet ana they will make hogs that
you will never be ashamed to place on
Jay market, and they will pay you for
dslng your work well. It don't pay to
half-way do anything. If anything will
pay at all It will pay to do it well.
Whatsoever your hand findeth to do,
do It with your might, with all the care
and judgment you can possibly bestow.
J. A. Hall, in Ohio Farmer.
AIR AND EXERCISE.
Tlicy Materially Affect th Moat of
Sheep, Cottl. and Poultry.
The meat of certain nnlmal sheep,
rattle ami poultry Ih preferred to,
cortiinamls a higher price and is in
greater demand in the English market
than the meat of other animals. For,
the mutton of Welsh mountain sheep,
and of the Southdowns and Cheviots,
all subsisting on short and scant feed,
regularly brings from two to three
cents per pound more than much larger
and fatter mutton; tho practical reamn
being the greater value of the mutton,
because the sheep supplying it are
more active, performing their excre
tory breathing fnncticM more fully
and so producing a pure, healthier and
better flavored quality of meat. The
aame U true of the Kylee aad other
etrve oaitle of Scotland, and the De-
and other active cattle f BngUnd.
Their fleafc la better flavored from their
better quality ec blood, which rewrite
(rem ireater activity, so that tho Juiey.
weet meat of active oaUle generally
) at,rm two to foar oe&ti per
pound higher la price than that ef la
aotive oattle. In poultry the saaae
distinction holde; the active, lively
breeds, usually smallish In aise, sapaly
the healthiest an1 beat quality of
poultry meat. The nam is true of wtli
fowl and deer, the best quality of meet
being obtained from those varieties or
breeds that are regularly the moot ac
tive In getting subsistence, whether on
the wing, or, like ducks and geeee, la
the wnter. or on foot. Farmer's Voice.
A MARKED ADVANCE.
Average Country Itnatt llnttnr Now Than
It Was is Few Yrars Ago.
At a recent public mooting not fnr
from hero n good dominie, rising to
npcnk, prefaced bin remarks by Hnylng
that there ought to he added to Iho
lltnny nn appeal like this: "From lum
bago and newly worked roads, good
Lord, deliver us." Hiding over tho
country nt this ncoson of the year Uie
wayfaring roan may well join the
brother in tills ournettt petition; and
If power could be given to the horse to
apeak aa did that patient animal of sa
cred history in .Duloam's time audi a
chorus would erine as would disturb
the dreams of the would-be legislators
who play with the question ot good
roads at our state capitals every win
ter, and arouse thm to a better sense
of their duty In this respect than seems
to have impressed itself upon them aa
BU11, Vt la a far cry from tho old way
of working the roads with Hie plows
and old-f&iabioned scraper to the mod
ern well-made road machine. Save In
some of the districts where men still
declare that there ia no true way bo
Improve the roods except to turn up the
mud and stones aong the side, and huul
them into the truck with a scraper,
there certainly baa befn a marked ad
vance within the last few years. It is
true we have not yet learned to use the
road machine as it should be used. Ita
capabilities are not at present fully un
derstood by all, A ilmt-cluKs machine
in the handa of a good man will certain
ly make a good rood. It la not all ot
roadiuaklng, howiwer, to haul dirt,
clods and stones into the ldghway.
The machine miust tie followed up close
ly by men with rukew to rcmo e all loots
atones, and they by trams to draw nil
these away. When Uiuh made smooth,
if the pike be made wide enough, the
rmult will be a much better road.
On traiu No. 2 leaving Chicago daily
at 0:20 p.m., over tho Nlckol Plato road
uD. L. & V. alt'cpor. This sleeper
win uo tttitiu ipii to trnin JNo. i! ami will
arrive in Now York tho second morning
at 7:20 I'liin cirvlco hops into HTeut
Monday, April 10th, TIiIn in mldition
to tho preseut servieo whiuh Inn it
aleepor to New York over tho Nickel
Plate and West Shore rouds.
Patronn of tho Nieknl Plant rond are
invited to call on or address J. Y. Cul
ahan, General Agent, 111 Adams street
Chicago, Illinois, for full information
ia regard to train service.
Stimulate the stomach, bbbbwbj a
rouse the liver, cure bilious- B 1 1
nets, headache, dizziness, III f
oor stomach, conitlpatlnn, a
t. Frier 23 nti. Hold by .11 druggists.
Tta. only tills to Uk with Uuod'i Mritparlll.
Hot the Sum.
Host school-boys tiro convinced that
mathematics are not strictly in accord
ance with common sense, but they are
not always able to prove their conten
tion. This has just been done for them
In a mental arithmetic class. A boy
wns asked whether he would rather
have half an applo or cight-slxtctnths.
"Wftiililn't mnkn inv difference." wns
the stolid rejoinder, "they'ro all the
At this reply another boy sniffed
scornfully and was promptly turned
upon b the teacher:
"Wofl, don't you agree?"
"No'rn," said the clover youth; "I'd a
good dual rather havo . one-half an Ap
ple." 'And why, pleasa?"
"More juice. Cut up half an apple
into eight-sixteenths, and you'd lose
half the juice doing it." Waverly Mag
azine. KEEPS IT ON HAND
Predonls. N. Y.,
th able and accomplished Military
Commander (father-in-law of tho late
Commander Wm. B. dishing, U. 8. N., who
gained world-wide renown for bis crowning
feat of blowing up tho Irou clad Albcmarl
In 1863) writes Dr. Fenner:
"For many years I have kept on hand
vour Blood and Liver Remedy and
Nerve Tonic for immediate use when,
ever I have
A bilious attack or nervous prostra
tion or feel run down. It always gives
ipeedy relief so much so that I have
come to rely on it with the same certain
ty that I do on the law of gravitation."
FOR SALE BY O. L, CUTTING.
Notice Is hereby given that under and by
virtue of an order of sale Issued from lbs oBlce
of James Duffy, county Judge in and for Web
ster county. Nebraska, In an action pending
therein, wherein Dempster Manufacturing
company la plaintiff and against O. W. Tabor,
defendant. I shall offer fur sale at public ven
due to the highest bidder for cash In hand
on the 91st day ef April. 1897, at S o'clock p.m.
at the residence of Lewis Jehuson, situated on
the northwest quarter of eecUon thirteen (13),
township two (If), range twelve (IS), in Webster
county, Nebraska, the following described prop
crlT to-wlt : One third of forty-five acres of corn
lu field, now husked and plica on said premises
being about Ave hundred bushels, or aa much
thereof as will satisfy judgment obtained by
said Dempster Manufacturing Company against
O. W. Tabor on the 18th day of December, 1890,
for the sum of t72.HU and celts taxed at 110.05
and accruing costs
Given under my hand this 9th day of April,
J. W. ItuitcusT, Sheriff.
Jas.McNkny, Plaintiffs Attorney.
Application for Lioonso.
Notice Is hereby given that a petition signed
by thirty or more resident freeholders of the
first ward of the city of Itcd Cloud, Kebruska.
lias been filed lu mv office In aald cltv of Ili-il
Cloud, pravliiK that a license bo Rrsaled by the
city councilor said city to John I'oln cky, for
the mlc of malt, snlrltous and vinous Honors on
lot fl, lilnck 31, (orlclual touu) now city of Itsd
Cloud, Nebraska, that action will betaken oil
said petition by tho mayor and city council on
tho Mb dar of May 1897, or nt the llrst meeting of
tho council Iberenftor,
Dated at Kid Cloud. Nebraska, tills 8th dar of
April, IAU7. I.. K. Tait, City Clerk.
Application for Liconso.
Notice Is hereby given that n petition signed
by thirty or more resident freeholder of the
second ward of the city of Red Cloud, Nebraska,
has beeu tiled with tho city cleric ot tho city of
Red Cloud, praying that a license be graulsd by
the city council tif said city to Morris M. Stern,
for the sale of mall, aplrltous and vinous llouor
on lot three (3). block one (1). Williams addition
to the cltv of Red Cloud, Nebraska.' That
action will be taken on said petition bv the
mayor and city council on the tab day of May,
1H97, or at the first meeting of the council there
Dated at lied Cloud, Nebraska, this th day of
SUMMONS 1IY PUBLICATION.
In the district court of Webster county, Neb
The State of Nebraska, lo Sandwich Enter
prise company, a corpuratian, defendant'.
You are hereby notified that you have beeu
sued, tiigetber with Clara K. Waller, William
Waller. Caroline K. Terry, Terry (real
tiniuo unknown) husband of Caroline K.Terry,
as co detoiiditiits, by Junius 1,. Miller, us admin
istrntor of Iho estate of Alinlra II. Miller de
ctiiM-d, ai plalutltr. 'ii iho district ri.urt of
Wcbxlercuuiily, Ntbiaika. and that uu or he
roic the 10th day or Mny. 1R07, you must answer
thu petition In chancer) IIU-il therein by aid
plalnlin against ssld dcfendanis, wlierelu
plaliitilf prays for a decree of said court fore
closing a mottgit;f' Klveu by suld defetnlauls
Clara L. Waller and William Waller lo the Lom
bard Investment Company, dated November
ISth, ISA'J, now owned by plaintiff, and covering
the following described real estate, situated
In said county of Webster and the state of Neb
rasku, to wit: Th somli-wot auarter or soc
ilim iblrtvfoiir (.11.) lu tiiwnililn three (a.)
nnrili. mime ton (lu.i ezecut fourlL-uu (14) acres.
In a .iiur form, In thii south-east corner, west
or tne mill principal iiitriuiau,
i-ald tltloii further prajs that tho rights,
MIIm and Interests ot said dsfendants be de-
teimtned and settled, and that saltf lauds be
appraised and sold, according to law, and that
the proceeds arising from such salo be applied,
first. In payineut of tho costs of sal action and
of such sales second. In payment of tho full
mount due plaintiff herein, with all Interest
thereon, oil the indebtedness secured by fid
mortgage; that from and after continuation f
sin-li salo, the defendants in this action, aud all
of tbum. be forever barred and foreclosed of and
from all right, title, lntcrrxt, lieu claim aud
equity of redemption In or to said lauds, and
every part thereof.
Unless you answer said petition, as aforesaid,
the factH therein allcced will be taken as true,
and a decree will bo rendered by said court as
Wltneksmy band, and tho seal of said court,
br me nMxed. this SOtb day of March. 1HU7.
(SriL Jambs Uuhuck,
Clerk of the District Court of Websler county,
I'ui.sn-iiBR A Alkxanukii, Coucordla, Kansas,
Attorneys far plaintiff.
(first published In Red Clouii CuiKr, April
it Cougb BmpVTaataaUood! TJsel
in tuna pom uy oruaguit.
J. M. Chaffin, Attorney.
NUT WE TO N0X.11E8IDUNTS.
John V. I'cRg, defendant, will take notice
plalntl r herein, nied her petition in thedlstrfct
court ol chMer county, cbraikn. the ol.leot
jnd prorer of which are to procuro n divorce
from aid defendant, alio for tho cuModr of
certain minor children of this marriage, to-
Kciucr nun niiinunj. iou are required to an
swer.Mld petition on or before thn aflth iIav nt
prll. 18W. '
Uatcu this 17th day of March: Itrtn.
I.AVfrA Paiiii PtatnflfT
lly .1. M,
Ciurns her Atiornoy. '
R. T. Potter, Attorney.
In the District Court of Wcbitcr County, Nc-
HukIi II. Hunter,
Tho above named defendant, Zoi I.avcll will
take notleo that on theinu.dny of .March IMC
l'"'n"5em "c hh pctliton 1.1 thodlMHct
court of Webmcr couiily, Nebraskn, the object
anil lira) er of which are to foreclose a certain
'""f'S!10 d0"1 Pcuted by thu defendant tothe
plamtlff upon tho south llnlf of tho south cast
Mtiaitcr and the narth half of the kouth cast
ciuarlcr of section nftecn (16). town two CJ).
IVl?,?. I',1"0. W' w,Mcr fei'alv. .Vcbrnska to
ni.,Sf,SiV.,JriTS,tyroiL0 l'rl"dlal nolo dated
AiiRUst 30th, 1895. for tho sum of UtiU) duo
three years from dato thereof, with thrtclntcrest
S?.",H?". '.,0 ". nc'eJ eacii for be si in of
WI.M dated Aiiitust aoth. iSOT.dueresiKJctlvcly
August. 10th, 18W1 1BOT and Ibw" i that there T I s
now duo utioii said listen ami jnertRSBe Iho sum
of IIUihl or which sum, with ntireiit fSni iffi
1 2lSJ .." i. i,M'?,ro1' lcres that defendant
u. .v.,....vu iu jmj iiiu tnme, or mat ssld lircml
les may bo so hi tu miMv nn nn,,....;. .....'. V.. 1
You aro rcmilrcd to answer said ietllloti on of
vu .ii.iv.llirui, iwj,
llynonr T.lV.TTsa.ldsstton'.g;."1' "VS1'
In the District Court of Webster County, Ne
The Nebraska Central
Hulldlngand Loan As
E. W.IIeiM,admliilstrat- )
or or the Estato of
Ephrlam Hire, deceas
ed, fcamuei I,. Itlfe,
Samuel L. ltlfe. defendant In Ihp linn nnllnn
will tako notice that en the 7th day or January,
1890. the plaintiff above named tiled his i ctltiou
lu tho district court of Webster county. Nebras
ka, against said last named defendant and oth
ers, the object nnd pra)cr of which aro to fore
close a morlgago executed by the defendant,
Kphrlam illfp. In his llfo time. andSavlllaC.
Itlfc, upon all of lots ono (P. two (8). three (3).
".", W .'.'J block numbered fourteen (141, In Kcd
Cloud, Webster county, state of Nebraska, to
sccuro tho payment of a certain prommlssory
note dated tcbruary eth, 1891. for the sum of
seven hundred dollars, In tho payment of which
default has been mado. and the said noto pan
due ; that there Is no w duo upon said notes and
mortgage tho sum of soven hundred dollars, to
gether with Interest, premiums and lines ac
cording to the articles of Incorporatlen and by
laws of tho said plaintiff, and Dlalntltr Drum
for a decree that defendants be required to pay
tho same, or that said promises be sold to satisfy,
tho amount found dae; that said Samuel V
Hlfe Is an heir of the estate of the said Kpbrlain
ltlfe. deceased, and claims some Interest lu and
to said proicrty.
You are required to answer said petition on or
before the 3d day of May, 1897.
Dated March uttb, 1897.
ABBOTT, SCLLACK & I.ANE.
Attorneys for Plaintiff, j
Notice Is hereby given that under and by vir
tue of an order of sale Issued from theofflcoof
James Harden clerk of the District Court of the
Tenth Judicial District, within and for Web
atercounty.Nebraska, upon a decree In enaction
inereiii, wnerein ueonte r. Lewis Is
latntlffand asalnst Douelai J. Mvem. Mmi
iicia, uubuii u. myers, anu sirs, stycrs.
whose real first name la unknown defendant!. 1
!!' 9ffAr.or !ale t nubile vendue, to the
highest bidder for cash In band at the east
d00J of. the courthouse, at Ked Cloud, Neb
raska, (that being the building wherein the
!5ft ?"" !'C c?urA w! holden) on the
Mlh day of April. A.O. 1897. at out s'clock
p.m. of said day, the following property, towlts
s.,"?(1ittwv WM four O and
STe..i8'' 'nb',t nnmber twenty two ) in
Smith and Moorcs addition to the city of Red
. Olvenunder ray hand this isthday of March
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.. . J- W. RuKcasr, 8herlh.
Jamss McNiiwr. Plalutlg'a Attorney.
Chaney & Walden, Attorneys.
In the District Court of Webster County, Neb
To John Woods, Defendant.
IU" "IS, ".cryuy iiotuieil that on the 1Mb day of
.limvii, im. uie illinium. UOriie I III WouilH. IP.
Iiertltloiiliitho(itncoof the clerk of tho ills
inci cuiiri, oi wcijsicr couiily. Nebraska. Iho
object and nra)er of which arc to procure ii Mil
or divorce from you, for the grounds sot out In
th potltlon, mill for the core and custody r tier
two children. on are therefore hereby untitled
to apK-ar and answer said petition on or before
thp.lh day or April. lfW. or thealloKHtlonsof
said iistltlou will be taken as confessed br you
and decree entered acconllngly.
. ... Coukelu Wooiih.
Ilv Cuanev A AMir.H. heraltomeys.
Notice Is hereby given that tindcrand by virtue
of an order of sale Issued from the office of Jas.
yvrde". Clerk of the District Court of the Tenth
Judicial District, within and for Webster county.
Nebraska, upon a decree In an action landing
therein, wherein lleorge II. Harris Is plalulirT
and against Samuel II. ihlrlcy, Mary K. Shirley.
SSm,, T!"e,i K'W'O. Hates ami
l'hllllp Fassler, defendants. I shall otfer for sale
atpubilcvendue to the highest bidder for cnih
lu baud, at the east door of the court house, nt
Ited Cloud, In saldMelstor county. Nebraska,
llhat lielni? Ihp hiillHItiv whiiMii. .i.n i..!
term of said court war holden) on the twih
day of April A. D 1897, at ono o'clock p. m. of
mm unj, me iuiiuwiiih iiescnncii proicrty. to
The west half of the north oast quarter of sec
tion thirty two. (SI.) In township four, (t.) north
of range nine. (9.) west of tho eth P.M. lu Web
ster county. Nebraska.
Given under my hand this tmh day of
March, A. D 1897. '
h W. Hunch bv. Sheriff.
W iiioiit A Thomas. rlaliitltTa Attorney.
B & M. R.Y
11EI) CLOUD, NEIIIl.
ST. LOUIS and
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and all points
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o. Freight, dally except Sunday
for Wyiuore and all point east :0O7 a.m.
10. rasseugr, dally for St. Joe,
Kansas Clt. Atchtsun, 8t.
Louts and all points east and
south ........... 10:08 a.m.
Wl. Accommodation, dally except
nuniiay, Hastings, uranu is
Ivnd. Hlack Uilis aud all
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mints initio nonnwesu-,.... t :'.. p.m.
ACdUiimOilnllnu, dulls excopt
Sunday, Uberliu, Kansas, and
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Cloud, Nebr. er J, Francis, General Passenger
Ageat Ossaka. Nebraska.
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