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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1898)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, SEPT. 16. itfo.
Poor ajid Weak
Catarrh and Bronchial Trouble -
Had no Appetite-Now Better In
Evory Way-A Delicate Child.
"Homo tlmo ulnco 1 took a'nuddcn cold
and could not got rid ot It. Bolni subject
to catarrh and bronchial trou bio I coughed
terribly. I lost my appetite and grew
poor and weak and I did not (eel lllco
work. I began taking Hood's Bar-apa-tllla.
In a abort tlmo tho cough disap
peared, I alopt well, had a good appetite
and I was better In every way. Last
spring I was not feeling well, I had no ap
petite and no strength. I resorted to
Ilood'a Barsaparltla and soon felt moro
like work. My little nophew was a doll
cate child and had a humor which trou
blod him so ho could not rest at night.
Ho has taken a (ow bottles of Ilood'a Bar
naparllla and now ho has ft good appetite
and Is nblo to sloop." Mim Abdih J.
Frkicman, Bouth Duxbury, Mass.
I- tho One Truo Wood Purifier. All driiggUls. $1.
H,i. DSIIo are tlio lien nitcr-t
HOOU'S PUIS ,,Hli, ld digestion,
nro tho licit nftcr-dlnncr
w. l. momillan.
Hi months .
PUHM8UBD KVK11Y F1UDAY
Bnterod at tho post offlco at Rod Cloud, Mob. at
loeond class mail matter.
M. L. IIAYWARD.
Of Oloo County.
For Lieutenant Qovcmoi,
QKO. A. HUlll'Iir,
Of Gage Couuly.
For Secretary of Slate.
Of Saline County.
For Auditor of Public Accounts,
T. L. MATTHEWS,
Of Uodgo County.
Of Valley County.
For Supotlntondont of Publlo Instruction,
JOHN F. SAYLOH,
Of Lancaster County
for Attorney donornl.
N. 1. JACKSON,
or Antelope County.
For Land Commissioner,
K V. WILLIAMS,
Of Douglas County
J. 8 WHITE,
For County Attorneys
RAMDOLl'II MO MITT.
For Commissioner, 3d District,
J. W. RUNCIIEY,
For Commissioner, 6th District,
FROM THE STATE CAPITOL.
Tho republicans of Nebraska bavo
oponetl up campaign headquarters at
tho Lindoll hotel In Lincoln and tho
various ofllcerj and committees under
tho guidance and leadership of Stato
Chairman Schneider nro all in their
pluoes and havo sottlod iown to earn
est systematic work. While tho com
uiittoo is sangulno ami harbors no
doubts as to tho tiuol outcome of tho
grout campaign now on, this assured
confidence of a trlumphaut victory of
republican prinolples at tho polls next
Novombor, will in no moasuro lessen
their eternal vigllonco or zoal in tho
important work now boforo them.
This patriotic Interest will bo shared
by ovory loyal republican In tho state,
and tho committee fcols duly warrant
ed by words of good cbcor and signs
of tho time, In the expectation of per
fect unison and tho most hoarty co-operation
by all truo bollovers In repub
licanism, In tho wielding of evory hon-
orablo force and iniluonco along every ruorm ndmlulstratlon
lino of action for tho upholding and
carrying forward, high above all oppo
sition, tho proud stnnJaid of tho paity
of patriotism, prosperity and progress.
The republican party has no apologies
to oiler for nominating a stato ticket
this fall and establishing headquarters.
Never beforo havo wo entered a state
campaign under moro favorablo and
more oncouraglug conditions. Each
passing event since tho return ot tho
republican party tojtho control of our
national government fiillllU ovory pre
diction, carries out every pledgo and
omiuoutly iusttlius the steadfast faith
within us. Itopubliean prosperity is
seen and felt In ovory nook and corner
among all classic, and Tn every Indus
try or lino of business throughout our
groat country, so manifestly that tho
.nost persistent and porverso pessimist
U forced to a partial admission of the
faots. This abundance of truth is so
upparont and felt so lnleusoly by tho
voters of Nebraska thai they begin to
manifest tho strongest disposition to
chango tho present roglmo, elect pub
llo olliolals and inaugurate a stato gov
ernment more in hnrmouy with tho
spirit and progresblvenoss of tho new
Tho bright gladsome days of fusion
Ists avo eliding swiftly by aml nobody
U In closor touch with tuo stein reality
than thoy. In speaking of fuslonists,
we refor moro spoollleally to the parly
bosses and present stato officials, whose
deepest interest nml concern in fusion
politics lie in their lo-eleotlon. These
nro the ouos who 'view wilh alarm"
tho present situation and enter tho
campaign with very little heart or hope
fortUo future. They have uumeious
liHiidqtitirlfiH til d i a (unhcr rniivinc
lug iiigmiifin ilipt tiny keenly iippi'
cinto the gravity of tho occasion, hare
selected two chairmen of tho stato con
irnl committee. They nro rtcelvlng
wagon loads of literature franked
through from Washington, 1). 0., and
still wilh nil this, thero has gathered
undor tho stnto houso dome nn oni mi
nus pnll of gloom. Things nro not as
thoy onco woro boforo "Willlo died."
Fusion Is no longor tho perfect beat!
tuclo of times passori and gone. A
ability to hold hie prcsont job at tho
stato houso tloponds wholly upon tho
result of tho present election, hopes
that fusion enn bo mado effectlvo just
ono moro time, but expresses a sincere
doubt upon tho subject. Ho is certain
the beginning of tho end is hui, nml
that tho schomo of a triplonlliancoof
confusion cannot possibly survive nn-
The main issue, If it may bo so called
upon which tho present stato ofllciala
will endeavor iisshluously to pursuado
the voters to retain them in their com
fortable positions another two yenrs is
tho "great saving" tho reform fusion
administration has uccomplithod in the
collection and disbursement of state
monoy. Taking their Jlgures for i,
whoro thoy nro pleased to begin and
lenvc off, they havo proved themsolves
tho greatest monoy gutters of modern
times. This great cardinal untruth
thoy will diligently try to force upon
tho pcoplo by juggling with figures
adroit In its conception, truly marvel
ous in its execution. Uy a skillful ma
nipulation of long rows of figures tho
nllied forcos of ofllco holders expect to
domonstrato clearly to tho mind of a
gulliblo voter during this campaign
what enormous1' savings" may boeffect
od in sovoral departments of our stato
government at ono and tho samo tlmo
with a very small amount of money
proporly handled. Thus tho secretary
of stato. auditor, and treasurer all
credit thomsolvcs v.lth tho continued
strain of collecting certain Itoms of tho
very samo idonticnl monoy Wonder
ful enterprise this! Economy wilt bo
pointed out with tho linger of prido in
this offlco and that where none at all
exist. Tho secretary ot stato will show
in conspicuous places how ho has col
lected nearly 830,014 of fees, against a
littlu over $1,077 placed to tho credit
of his republican predecessor cones
ponding to tho samo longth of tlmo,
but of course ho will cart fully omit to
tell about tho now law Increasing tho
fees in his ofllco from a hundred to a
thousand porcont. Neither will ho ex
plain that $10,500 of that fine collection
was tho f'io paid for tiling tho now ar
ticles of incorporation ui the Union
Paclli:, which under the old law would
havo cost but a few dollars, and novcr
wont into Mr.Portor's hands a minute,
but was paid directly Into tho treasury
according to law. In tbo ofllco of com
missioner of publlo lands and buildings
Mr. Wolfo is parading a grtat array of
figures to provo au alleged enormous
iucroaso in tho school fund by reason
of tho cancelation of school land
lenses. But rovolations given by con
sulting tho records back for n poriod of
olcht vears thoroughly explode tho
fallacies contnlncd in Mr. Wolfo's lift
tires of solf-gloritication. It'.s truo tho
collections of this fund for 1807 and
1808 nro larger than th jy woro for a
llko poriod during bad crops and dem
ocratic hard times. Tho records rovcal
tho fact that thoy aro no larger than
they were for a llko poriod back in re
publican prosperous limes. Then in
this connection ho failed entirely U tell
tho voters ot Nob:aska that by moans
of school land lease caucollations the
has lost to tho
Washington, I). C, Septt. 13.
(Jon. Mlliu nml Gun. Shnfter aro not
only in Washlngton,;butthcyhnvo met,
and chatted together as friendly as nny
two old comrades might bo expected to
do. This must bo very surprising
to those who believed, that when tho
two men mot there would bo drawn
swords and a contosl of tho tegutar
"Thteo Guardsmen" order. If tho men
nro really as unfriendly towards each
other as ono might infor from rending
recent newspaper publications, they
nro botli pnst-mastors in tho art of con
coaling their feelings. There was cer
tainly no sign of enmity when they
mot in tho ofllco of General Miles, in
the war department, that could bo de
tected. Gen. Miles will talk every
time ho gets nn opportunity nbotit tho
necessity of enlarging the regular army
mid tho recommondntioti ho intends
making to congress on that subject,
but ho says the statement ho gave out
as soon ns ho landed in Now York,
contained all ho has to say at present
concerning the campaigns in Cuba and
1'orto lllco. It is believed that tho
president will tnke no notice officially
of what (ion. Miles said reflecting on
the wnr department, unless circum
stances compel him to do so, if Miles
doesn't do nny moro of the same sort
of talking. Ho lins met Miles twice
since Ills return to Washington, but
no'.hing was said by either about thoso
Tho president has decided to havo an
investigation of tho ontlro conduct of
tho war mado by a commission of the
most prominent men ho can get to as
sume tho task mon whoso names will
cnuso anything thoy say to bo accepted
by everybody without question for
tho purposo of trying to put an end to
tho charges and countor charges now
boing printed in tho newspapers.
While tho Algor-Miles wrangle is said
to havo nothing to do with tho iden of
having this investigation, which was
ostensibly asked for by Secretary Alger
it may havo much to do with it, as Gen.
Miles is not a witness that is likely to
bo overlooked by tho commission.
That ho is anxious for an investigation
all the world knows. Tho heads of tho
departments of the army are most di
rectly concerned In the investigation
tho commissary-general, the quarter
inabter-genoral and tho surgeon-gen
oral all say that they will welcomo tho
most rigid investigation iuto the acts
of their several departments, and Gen.
Shatter assured tho president person
ally, that tho moro thorough the inves
tigation of everything connected with
tho campaign against Santiago was
made, tho better it would please him,
because ho was certain it would add to
tho credit of the men who took part in
that romarkablo campaign, and in mak
ing the people moro cloarly understand
the nature of tho difficulties that wore
so successfully sui mounted.
Musio on tho Graphophono.
Few people appreciate tho marvelous
power of tho Graphophone ns nn em
icrtuiner. It is nn instrument which,
though it costs much less than the
least exponsiro musical instrument,
will cnnblo Its owner to bavo at pleas
ure musio of any iklnd from that of
tho bagpipo to that of tho grand mili
tary band. It roproduccs vocal selec
tions and gives ono command of overy
plcasuro that appeals to tbosonseof
hearing. No investment pays such
large returns In pleasure. Besides re
pi odnoing tho musical and othor rec
ords made for entertninmont purposes,
the Grnphophone will record imme
diately and reproduce at onco and as
often ns is desired, your own words or
song, or nny sound. By writing to tho
Columbia Phonograph Company, 720-
722 Olive St., St. Louis, Mo., you can
obtain a catalogue that will givo full
information nscto prices of Grapho
Rhoumatism Curod in a Day.
"Myf.icCuro," for rheumatism nnd
neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3 days.
Its action upon tho system is remark
able and injstorions. It. removes at
once tho cause and the discaso imme
diately disappears. The lirst dose
greatly benelits; 75 cent. Sold by II.
E. Grico, druggist, Bed Cloud, Neb.
Republican Senatorial Convention.
Notice is hereby given thatadelcgato
convention will bo bold in tho city of
Superior,, county of Nuckolls, on tho
20 ih day of September, 1308, at 1 p.m.
for the purposo of nominating ono can
didate for stato senator and transact
ing all other business that muy como
before tho convention. Tho pveral
counties comprising tho senatorial dis
trict arc entitled to representation as
follows: Nuckolls, 10 delegates; Wob
stor, 10 delegates, and Franklin 9 dele
gates. F. W. Barbej, Chairman.
R. T. Potter, Secretnry.
Llvor Complaints and Norvouhnesa
A torp'd liver always producos dull
ness, irritnbility, etc. You aro all
clogged up and feel despondent. Per
haps you havo treated with physicians
or tried some other recommended mod
icino without benefit. All that is no
argument ngainst "Dr. Fennor's Blood
and Liver Remedy and Ncrvo Tonic,"
which wo insist will euro nervousness
and liver complaints. If not satisfied
after using ono bottle your monoy will
bo refunded by C. L. Cotting.
A GRITIGAIt TUBE.
During the Battle
SICK OR WELL A RUSHNIOHT
The Packers at the Battle of San
tiago de Cuba were all Heroes.
Their Heroic Efforts In Getting
Ammunition and Rations to the
Front Saved the Day.
F. E. Butler, of pack-train No. 3,
writing from Santiago do Cuba on Juno
a3d,auys: "Wo all had diarrhoea in
mote or less violent fbrm,nud when wo
landed we had no-tlmo to see n doctor,
for it was it case of rusli and rush night
nnd day to keep- tho troops supplied
with ammunition and ration, but
thnuks to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy, we were able
to keep at work and keep our health;
in fact, I sincerely believe th it at ono
critical time this mediuino was the di
rect savior of our iirmyvfor if tbo pncK
ers had been uuablo to work there
would have been no-way of gottlng
supplies-to tho front. There were no
roads that a wagon train could uso.
My comrades and mysolf had the good
fortune to lay in n supply of this medi
cine for cnr pack train beforo we left
Tampa, and I know in four cases it ab
solutely 3ived lifo."
The nlxivo letter was written to tho
manufnetnrers of this medicine, tho
Chnmbcrluin Medlcino Co., llesMolnes,
Iowa. For sale by H. E. Grioo.
There is no
word so full
and about which such tender and
holy recollections cluster as that
of " Mother "she who watched
over our helpless infancy and guid
ed our first tottering step. Yet
the life of. every Expectant Moth
er is beset with danger and all ef
fort should be made to avoid it.
hb so assists nature
dear school children of tho stato, over
whom Mr. Wolfo and tho llko aro wont
to weep so copiously, tho sum of $400,
000 overy cent of which would havo
beeu paid in rent nnd taxes with the
advout of good crops and prosperous
Mclvlnley times. Tho subject of our
public schools is oue Mint is dear to
every heart and tho unscrupulous fu
slon government in this state, as in tho
case ot tho poor sick soldier, take ad
vantage of this seutlmontand nro using
every means possible to manufacture
political capital for tho sole aggran
dizement ot fusion ofllco-holders. Tho
false llguros and misrepresentation of
facts aro being carried iuto every
school district in the state, that super
intendent, pupil aim patron alike may
become apprised of, and gloriously
impressed wilh, tho unselfishness and
magnnnimity shown, by tho present ad
ministration toward our public schools.
No president for a long timo has
been on such,good terms with congress
as Mr. McKinloy has boon and is likely
to continue, ns long ns he sticks to
present mothods. Ho never doos any
thing important without conferring
with members ot both branches of con
gross, not only ot his own party, but of
nil parties. Ho asks them to freely ex
press their viows, and frequently ac
cepts them as bettor or moro expedient
than his own. Nothing could mom
distinctly accontuato tho president's
policy of keeping in touch with con
gress than the porsouello of tho Ameri
can end of tho peaco commission which
is to moot at Paris, October 1st, to ne
gotiate a treaty ot peaco between tho
Uuited States and Spain, that shall de
termine tho f uturo government ot the
Philippines. Three out ofj.thu jtivo
commissioners aro senators Davis,
Frye and Gray and nil of them aro
members of tho senate committee on
foreigu relations, which will necessarily
be an important factor in determining
whether the senate will ratify tho
treaty after it is made. Tho lirst two
are republicans nnd tho last a demo
crat. Tho president is doubtless cor
rect iu assuming that auy treaty ap
proved by these three senators, is like
ly to bo approved by tho necessary two
thirds of tho senate Tho other two
commissioners nro Secretary Day and
Whitelaw Uold. Thoy wilt como to
Washington this week for their in
structions, and will sail from Now York
on tho 17th.
One hundred and sixty acres of unim
proved land four miles northwest of
Red Cloud, consisting of tho west half
of tho northeast quarter, nnd tho east
half of tho northwest quarter of section
fifteen in township two north, rango
olovon west. Tho land is leased at
present, but subject to salo. Price
(3,000. For further information apply to
Mrs. James Kirkwood,
The Only Cure.
Eczema is moro than a skin disease,
and no skin remedies can euro it. Th
doctors are unable to effect a cure, and
their mineral mixtures are damaging
to tho most powerful constitution. The
wholo trouble is in tho blood, and
Swifta Speolflo fa tho only remedy
which con reachBucUdocp-scated blood
Kcsemabroko out on my daughter, and con-
tinned to spread until
her head was entirely
covered: Sho-was treated
by several good doctors,
but grew worse, and the
dreadful disease spread
to her face flho was
taken to two oatahratml Zo-A
health springs bnt re
ceived no benefit. Many.
patent medicines were taken, tu without re
sult, until we decided to try 8. 8. S.,and by the
tlmo tho first bottle was nntahed.herhcaU be
gan to heal. A doicn bottles cured her com
pletely and left her skin perfectly smooth. She
Is now sixteen years old, and has aroagnlficent
growth ot hair. Not a sign ot tho dreadful
disease has over returned.
n. T. Siiobe,
2701 Lucas Ave, 81. Louis, Mo.
Don't oxpoct local applications ot
soaps and salves to euro Eczema. They
reach only tho surface, while the di
sease comes from within. Swift's
is the only euro and will reach the most
obstinate case. It is far ahead of all
similar remedies, because it cures oases
which aro beyond their reach. 8.8. 8. is
purely vegetable, and is the only blbod
remedy guaranteed to contain no pot
ash, mercury or other mineral.
Books mailed free by Swift Speolflo
Company, Atlanta .Georgia.
sssssC V F
J. S. EMIG-H,
IK YOU WANT IT.
Crown 1 Bridge Work or Teeth Wiitout Flatei
And all tho latest Improvement la dental moch
Dr. Fonnor's Dyapopaia Curo
As tho namo implies, is simply for
dyspepsia or indigestion. This prepa
ration is tho proscription of ono of
America's most eminent physicians,
whoso writings on medical questions
aro accepted us authority. If not sat
isfactory after using ono bottlo your
mo- oy will bo refunded by O. JL. Cot
in the change tak
ing place that
Mother is ena
bled to look for
dread, suffering or gloomy fore
bodings, to the hour when she
experiences the joy of Melkerlwed.
Its use insures safetyto the lives
of both Mother and Child, and she
is found stronger after than before
C .4. . rtinrt !f "mnl'M
Childbirth natural and easy,' as
so many have said. Don't be
persuaded to use anything but
"My wife Buffered more in ten min
utes with either of her other two chil
dren than she did altogether with her
last, havinar previously used four bot
tioa nf Mother's Friend.' It is a
blessing to any one expecting to be
come a MOTHER," says a customer.
Hknderson Dalk, Carmi, Illinois.
B. U. OVERMAN,
OttUe orer Post Qtttcc.
Doea general law business.
Practices in all courts
mORNEY id (m'M AT LAW,
Special attention to Commercial and
RB1 CLOUD, NKIIRAS'IA.
FRED E..McKEEBY, M..D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
City and country calls promptly an
swered day or night.
NlfiuT CALLS AT OFFICE.
Office over Cottino's Drdo Store.
Of Druggists at 11.00, or sent by express on rocelpe
o( price. Write lor dook containing lesiimomaie
ana TBluable Information for all Mothers, free.
The Bradneld Regulator Co, Atlanta, Ga-
k Shattered Nervous System.
FINALLY HEART TROUBLE.
Restored to Health by Or. Mile' Nervine.
Sjsm ChUhtaSM' EaaUak XMaiMoi! Una.
iTltV stn. ilnp niuu. umi mm X.
UtMtvwnJ rl la Hs4 b4 CM aeaaugf
IHbnia. Mtlal wttk tic: rl uu. TsloBr
I"E lffrfsfiJU lifcvIMnllssstf&rIN aTsssssssslrTBsiS
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Uotutm dlmlli item. il)ranti,crMl4t.
rev pgnicuiari. lauarauu u
far 1V.II." in ltr, bT rrtara
Y Halt 10,000 imHuoo li. Xunf Jtftr,
tialuliiiliw Hewn ni n iiia 1 1 ii nan
I in ijrirf f -in-run
Caveati. and Trade-Marks obtained and all
ent business conducted (or Mooch atc rets,
ouh OrrieE is 0pooitc U. 8. patcnt orrioc
. 1U C U1UB I4MU4 IU
and we can secure pa'.cnt
Send model, drawing or photo., with descrlp-'
Ono Minute Cough Cure surprises
people by its quick euros nnd children
may take it iu large quantities without
he loan dangor. It lias won (or itself
the hesl reputation of auy preparation
used today ftn- colds, croup, tickling iu
the throat or obstinate coughs. C. L.
For broken surfaces, sores, insect
bites, burns, skin diseases and espec
ially piles, there is onu reliable remedy
DuWitfs Witch Hazel Salve. When
you call for DuWiit's don't accept;
counterfeits or'f raud?. i on will not bo
difappoinied with DuWiit's Witch lloz
el salve. C. L. Colling.
Full line of steel ranges at
Wright's hardware store.
If what comes from thu isthmus of
Panama can bu believed, and this gov
ernment constructs the Nicarauuua
canal, there aro likely to be two canals
between the Atlantic itiil the Paeltic.
A gentleman from Panama, now in
Washington, who has no reason to ex
aggt rate, said: "Although there is not
much talk about it In the uewspapers,
thu construction work now iu progress
on Uie Panama cuunl is on a scale of
magnitude which will bring thu cuter
pribo ton successful issue. There aro
now over tour thousand men employed
on tho cuunl, uml the work Is being
done iu a thorough antl scicniiliu man
ner. Hu I ihu Ill's t con. puny proceeded
as caivlully at tint liU'iont one. the
1 canal would Imvc beuu iu operation
. long eru this, but tho lirst company
sqmuideicd millions; hardly leaving a
W. VV. tiling to show for the moiiey that was
pent llko water."
U. F.DWAUD n AltDY, tho Jolly man
ager ct Shoppard Co's. groat store at
Draco vlllo. III., writes: "I hod novor
boon sick a day la my llfo until In 1690. I
gotBobad.wlthnor.vou3 prostration that I
had to glvo up and commcuco to doctor. I
tried our local physicians aud ono In Jollot,
hut nono gave mo any rollcf and I thought
I was going to dlo. I becaroo despondent
and suffered untold agouy. I could not oat,
sleep nor rest, ana ! seemed as If I cculd
not o.xUt. At tho end of six months I was
reduced to but a shadow ot myself, and at
last my heart bocamo affected and I was
truly miserable. I took six or eight bottles
of Dr. Miles' Norvlno. It gavo me rollof
from tho start, and at lost a euro, tho great
est blowing of my life."
Dr. Miles' Itcmodics
aro sold by all drug
gists under a posltlvo
guarnune, first bottlo
benefits or money re
funded. Hook on dis
eases of tho hvart and
nerves f i ee. A il d rcss,
tlon. We advise. It patentable or not, free of
hirm. Otir fea not duo till natent Is secured.
i A Pamphlet. " How to Obtain Patents," with
cost o( sameln the U. S. and foreign countries'
seat tree. Address,
Patent Orricc, Washington, d
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RED CLOUD, NEBR.
&', t-ioolth $
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SI. LOUIS and
all points east and
SAL1 LAKE G'Y
and all points
THAtNS LiaVB i FOLLOWS:
So. 66. Freight, dally oxcept Sunday
for wymoro and all point oast 8:00 a. m
No. 16. Passenger, dally for St. Joo,
iiaiiBas iiiy. AicniBon, at,
I points east and
int. MILKS MEDIttAL CO.. JlUian. Ind.
CIlRtH WHIHf 111 USt HIIS.
Host Couch Bjrup. TaMeaOuud. Dm
in time. Hold br arunnata.
UJlU Ilk WW CCn irood workers maka
w erst ,jj to 3() a etk
taking orders forBuIti and I'anti made to meaur.TtiU
1 the oldet and larifmt home or Its kind In the U. B.
They make the loeit prices and guarantee ererj-thlng
eiautljr aa rtpreaanted and prepay all eipms cbarve.
miy wanted in aacn oounty. cspeneno not
Oaa alfflnt onl
naoeaaary. No oaplUI required,
ftlona f rea. bon't miaa this cnai
aarrad. Write today for aamplea.
to work and aarn aood moaar. A(
rsttTLissi erat runt w, ww tare n, mm i ,
fiainDlaa and lniitnii
Don't mlas this cbaaoa. first coma, ant
rtta today for samDlea. NowUthatlmatomk
tu in row. HW.I . uum
Nn. u Accommodation, iinlly except
Hum ay. llantliiKs, (Irand Is
land. DlAClt Hills and all
Xolutslnthe nortliweBt.... 1:00 p.m.
ecnmraodntlon, dally oxcept
Sundiiy, Obcrllu, Kansas, aud
Intermediate Btatlons, via Ko
pnlilloan .... 12:05 p.m.
No. 01. Krelitht. dnllr. Wymoro nnd
St. Joo nnd Intermediate
imictimi points , iJiiop.m.
No. 63. Frolglit, dally for Ucputillcau
went .... . 10:80a.m.
No. 15. ratsenger. dHlly. Denver, all
jrlniH In Colcirado, Utah and
California ...... . . 8:-i0p.m.
Mooplng. dining, nnd rccllnlnR chair cars,
(n-ntf f reoi on tlirougli troltx. Tlcketa sold nud
i.iiggagu i liecU-d to any point In tho United
States or Canada.
For Information, time tables, maps or tickets
call on or address A, Conover, Agent, Ited
Cloud, Nebr. or J. Pranola. General Passenger
Agent Oaaba, Nebnaka. c ?"
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