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THE BED OliOXIP CHIEF, FRIDAY, NOV. 17, 1899.
''I am positive I would not be
living today but for your
wonderful remedy, Dr. Miles'
Heart Cure. I had heart dis
ease four years and doctors
failed to help me. When I be
gan taking this remedy I was
unfit for anything, but for six
months I have felt perfectly
la nolcl by nil druggist on guarnnteo
first bottlo Iioncllt or money back.
Hook on licart and nerves sent free,
On Miles Modlcal Company, Elkhart, Ind.
F. F, COBLE,
0FFIC1 IN MOON BLOCK.
tesaraice written on city and farm
property at lowest rates.
FRED E. McKEEBY, M. D.
Surgeam B. M. R, R. ompaajr,
aaa U. S, Pemtlta Surtetn.
9ity aad country culls promptly nn
swercd ilny or night.
tirriciovKtt IjINDskt'3 Mkat Makkrt
NKIUT CALLS AT OFPKB.
Dr. E. A. Creightow,
Meiorary (Jrnduate & Silver Medalist
W fieri Unirernity, Canada.
ALM AMtWIBKD 1AT AND NlGHT.
tvrai Otm Ceox's Piakhict.
J. S. EMIGH,
IK TOU WANT IT.
fcwi Bridge Work or Tetlh Wiflmt PUtea.
And I1 the latest Improvement In dcatal mtoh
I. B. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE $ FARM LOANS.
Lock Hox 13. Ouldo Hock, Neb.
All kiads of property boiiRlit, sold and
OTERMAN S BLACKLEDOB
KTTORNBYS - HT - I-KSr.
Otltce trer P$t OlUee.
ED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
R. D. BEDFORD.
JEtna Firo Iusurucco Company,
National lre Insuianoo Co.,
einccticut Fire Ids. Co.,
Queei Fire Ins. Co., f America,
New York, N. Y.
Lancasuiro Fire Ins. Co,,
Norwich Union Flro Ins. Sociotv.
Employers' Liability Assurano Corpor
ation, limited, (accident)
All Standard Coui'anius.
Youn Patuona.uk Solicited.
Lands and Collections.
SSI - sy"" iliwj-s Jul iuc im, -ff-PJBwt
CouikSrmp. Tattea Good. DhH
M to time. Bold by druggists. Wt
ACETYLENE IN WAR.'
Tha New Illutninant Is to Bo Usfltl
Lasaira and llvfleetora (or ScttrnhlUK
for the Wonndeil ntul Wntetilns
ill Muvam.nli ( Troop
1'hn niu in wlilpli mriv1inn Intuna
may bo pub nro not confined to light
ing 1110 -muiwuy nt cycicra niontf mo
boulevards and through the tree-dark-cued
shadnwK of the pnrhn, Lieut. Von
Krlcii, of the Uerman army, luu (lemon
htrntcil that noetylcnc will piny an Im
portant part In the war, though, per
hapi, nut M Important n home entlitm
laBtMwouldabcribuloltwhi) IiuIIimc that
nctcylciiQ will rlvnl, If not entirely re
place, electricity. The acetylene Indus
try linn hitherto been luy constnict
Inj only lamps, etc., but I.lout. Von
Krlcslsthu first to hau found an ncety
lenu reflector, and, In the opinion of
l'rof. doeltig, with great success. The
developer of this portable reflector can
also bo connected with a specially con
structed operation lamp for uso In tha
operating and dressing tent of the am
The reflector, which Is intended es
pecially to serve for searching for the
wounded on the battlefield, consists of
an ncetylcnc developer borne on the sol
dier's back, and the rellcctor Itself,
which is fixed to a detachable stand
made of rt Mannesman:! tube. The two
portions arc connected by metal tub
ing. The developer Is filled with about
onu kilogram of calcium carbhlo. ntul
gives out n light of 50 or 00 normal
fiindlepowei'.Iastlngnbout eight hours.
Ily means of a special arrangement of
parabolic magnifiers this candlo pow
er is doubled. The developer Is not
liable to explode, and Is self-regulating.
The rcllector iUclf is made of nickel,
nnd can bo manipulated wltk case,
turning in all directions.
Ur UlQ use Of this new invention !
wounded can bo seen, oven in unfa
vorable circumstances, at a distance of
80 to 100 meters. The lamp can be also
used in the operating tent nnd is far
more practical than all former kinds of
so-called ambulance lamps, especially
electric and benzine lamps, which were
found absolutely useless In the enmp
from technical reasons. It is especial
ly noticeable for its suitable arrange
ment nnd the possibility of turning it
in all directions, nnd If it show Itself
to be as good iu Is asserted will supply
a need In surgical army circles. How
far Von Krles' acteylenc reflector will
answer the expectations of its admir
ers will be seen from thorough exam
ination; it seems, however, that, apart
from sanitary purposes, it may be used
on railways and for other objects where
not too great light Is required.
Whether, however, the introduction
of acetylene lamps for all the move
ments of troops is advisable is worth
discussion. Whereas, for instance, ten
fillings would be sufficient for the first
part of a campaign for the ambulance
department, ns a battle Is not'fought
every day, and the apparatus Ic only re
quired during or after n battle, the sup
ply for the lighting of transport, In
which case the lamps would be re
quired every night, would have to bo
considerably greater, and It Is, there
fore, doubtful whether It would be pos
sible to take enough calcium carbide for
the purpose. Moreover, eveu the most
simply constructed acetylene lamps re
quire n certain amount of technical
dexterity. Whether everyone will so
quickly learn their use may be doubt
ful, while a sufficient number of men,
especially patrol chiefs, can bo trained
for the comparatively small number of
reflectors, etc. Chicago Chronicle.
Durness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications as thov cannot
roach tho disoatcd portion of the car.
lhero is only ono way to cure deafness
nnd that Is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is unused by an inflamed
condition of tuo eustachian tubo. When
this tubo is inflamed you have a rum
bling sound or imperfect hearing, nnd
vvhou it Is entirely chsod deafness is
the result, nnd unless tho Inflammation
enn bo tnken out and this tubo restored
to Its normal condition, hearing will bo
destroyed forovor, uiuo ensos outof ten
aro caused by catarrh, which is noth
ing but au inflamed coudltion of tho
Wo will glvo ono hundred dollars for
any case of deafness (caused by cat-
nrrh,) that cannot bo cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cuto. Send for circulars, (too.
F. J. Cukney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75o.
Hall's Family Pills aro tho best.
Thoadmlnistiators of tho estate of
A. G. Willis will sell the household
goods, furniturt), oto at auction on tho
streets of this city Saturday, Nov. 11th,
to tho highest bidder.
Card oi Thanks.
To tho many kind friends ami uuigh
bors wo wish to express our slncero
and heartfelt thanks for their assist
ance aud sympathy during the lucent
illness and death of our mother, Mrs.
Anna H. Itoseuurans.
W. 11. ItOSKKCKANS
"Tho loss of gold is great, tho loss of
honlth is more" Hoallh Is lost by nog.
looting to keop tho blood pure. Hood's
Sarsaparilln purines, enriches and vi
talizes tho blood nnd thus saves both
gold and health.
Hood's Pills euro billiousness, sick
Bow Are Tour Kidneys I
DrHobU' SparaBus Plllsonre all kidney Ills. Sam.
ate frc. Add.burU( Ken-Mr Co., Cbicsio or U. I.
TEACHER'S READING CIRCLE.
Quatlons for Third Week in Novembe.--Topic,
1. Why is "Tho Princess" cnllod "a
2 Oivo nmlu incidents of tho pro
logtio? 'I. Why Imvo tho following grown
into Htich genoral usage? "Half-child,
half woman," "Swoot girl graduatos."
"A rosobud sot with llttlo wilful
thorns." "A half disdain porchod on
tho pouted blossom of her lips." Aro
thoy original witli Tennyson?
4. HrUflly chnructtrlo tho Prince,
hlH rather, his mothar.
5. Who aro Cyril and Florlnn?
0. State briefly facts loarncd
corning botrothal of tho prltica.
7. Stato what strong offects
duced by tho following?
"My other heart,
Ami utmost my Imlf iolf, for -till wo moved
ToRether twlan'd na homo's ear nnd eye,"
"I sw my f other'-face
Grow Iodr nnd troubled like n -lalng moou.
Inflsmed with trrnth; he ititrted on hli feet,
Tore tho king'' letter, tnou tilt down, and rent
The wonder of the loom, tho' wsrp and woof
From iklrt toiklrt,
Then he chewed
The thrice turned eud of wrath, and cood'd hie
8. Why do tho princa and hlH friends
tttal away to begin their Journey?
0. Account for tho beauty or tho ox
prossivenoss, as the enso may b, of
"Then, ere the Mirer Mckle of the month
llccame her golden nhleld "
"Cat footed thro' the town nnd half In dread
To hear my father's clamor at our backs
Like threaded njildcr-, one by one, W. dropped
Willi, Ho! from mino bay window shako the
10. Characterize "Gama." Noto his
nonchalant acknowledgement of "a
kind of ooromony," "the year lu which
our ollvo3 fall'd."
11. To whose Influoncodoes "Gama"
attribute bis daughter's dislike for
12. What resolre is reached by the
Princo? How does ho succeed in ob
taining an entrance to Ida's college?
18. Dosoribe briefly the nudienoe
with tho Prlncoss. Speak of hor per
sonal nppoaraco. What inferences de
wo form respecting her character?
10. Noto that, although the Princess
has resolved never to wod, and to al
ways cherish contempt nnd disdain to
ward tho othor sex, yet almost hor first
query of tho supposed damsols is with
respect to tho Princo?
15. What storn rules aro read to tho
candidates for admission to tho col
lege? 10. Tho Princess in the midst of her
harangue utters ono groat truth. Find
and quote it.
17. Describe the lady Psyoheand
18. Spoak briefly of the scene fol
lowing her recognition of her brother.
10. Who noxt dlscovors their soorot?
20. Notlco the diunor scono, and the
forcoland vigor of tho poot's character
ization of Lady Blanch. Try to glvo
as comploto a proso charactorization of
tho woman with tho samo number of
HAD FALLING SPELLS.
But a Cure was Found and New Miss Hes
son is Perfectly Well and Happy.
Sweetland, Iowa, Nov. 13 Tho to
markablo euro of Miss Hossen of this
placo is additional ovldeuce that
Dodd's Kidney Pills nro tho best medi
cine iu tho world for fomnlo troubles.
Tho following is nn extract of a lottor
written by tho girl's mother.
"My daughter had a falling spell
nearly overy day. Dodd's Kidney
Pills wero recommended and wo got
8onie"for her. After sho commenced
taking them she had only ono falling
spoil. Sho is now cured, and wo do
not nnticipato any morotrotiblo in thnt
direction. I cannot say too much in
rogard to tho god tho pills did hor.
I will bo ploased to glvo all tho inform
ation I can conceiving my daughter's
caso to mothers whoso children aro
similarly nillicted, if they write to me."
Dodd's Kidney Pills aro sold by deal
ers in medioines at 50c a box or six
boxos for $2.50. Sont on receipt of
prlco by tho Dodds Medlcino Co., Buf
falo, N. Y.
Wanted. -Local or traveling sales
mon, salary or commission, to bundle
our oils, petrolatum, and n good sldo
lino. Goods guaranteed. No freight,
and prompt delivery. Address, Pknn
Pktuolatum Company, Main Ofllco
and Uolinery, Coraopalis, Pa.
Blankets, blankets, blunkots. Havo
yousoen Jiy largo stock of blaukets.
squares blankets, cutaway blankets,
wool blankets, 5-A blankets, Burling,
ton stay blankets, bias girth blankots,
Storm Klug blankets and In faotnll
kinds of blankets at low prices at ,J, O.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab.
lots. All druggists refund money if It
falls to cure. 25c. Tho genuine has
L. U. Q. n each tablet.
Regular exnmiuutious for porsons
desiring to teach In Webster county
aro held in the superintendent's office
at Bed Cloud, thd third Saturday in
each month, J
Eva J. Cask, County Supt.'
To Cam Cou.tlputluu rarater.
JQ'AVPSSI'!? Candy Cathartic, lta orEJe.
To assist digestion, relievo distress
niter eating mr drinking too heartily,
to prevent constipation, take
Sold everywhere. 25 cents.
A Sure Sign of Crouo.
Hoarseness lu a uhild thut Is subject
to croup is a suro indication of tho ap
proach of tho disease. If Chnmbor
Iain's Cough Remedy Is given ns soon
as tho child becomes hoarse, of oven
after tho croupy cough has nppearcd,
It will prevent an attack. Many moth
ers who have croupy children nlvvays
keep this rained y at hand and find thnt
it saves them much trouble and worry.
It can nlvvays bo deponded upon nud Is
pleasant to tnke. For sale by H E.
The Best Plaster.
A pieco of flannel dampened with
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound
on tho affected parts is superior to any
plaster. Whon troubled with a pain in
tho chest or sldo, or a lamo back glvo
it n trial. You aro certain to bo more
than pleased with tho prompt reliof
which it affords. Pain Balm is nlso n
certain euro for rheumatism. For salo
by H. E. Grico.
Rcmtmbor that nnme when vou want
n delicious, appetizing, nourishing
food drink to take tho placo of coffee.
bold by nil grocers and liked by nil
who havo used It. Grnin-0 is maio of
piuo grains, it aids digestion nnd
strengthens tho nerves. It is not a
a stimulant but a health builder,
and tho children ns well as tho adults
can drink it with great benefit. Costs
about one-fourth ns much as coffee 15c
and 25c per package. Ask yonr grocer
Cash Prizes for Photos.
For tho six best photographs of farm
scenes nlong its lino In Nebraska and
Kansas, the Burlington route offers six
cash prizos one of 120, ono ofSlO,
and four of $5.00 ench. Photographs
of growing crops, harvesting opera
tions, feed lots, poultry, cattle, barns
and creameries are particularly de
sired. No limitations as to size or fin
ish is mado. Tho contest closes No
vember 80, 1899. J. Franoi8, general
pnosoigcr agent Burlington Route,
De-iat- I Illeod Deep.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im-
Eurities from the body. Begin to-day to
anish pimples, boils, blotches, blatkheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Cascarets, beauty for ten cents. All drug
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 100,250,600.
Relief in Six Hours.
Distressing kidney and bladder diseases re
lieved In six hours by "Naw Great South Araerl
can Kldner Cure." It Is a ureal surprise on ac
count of lu exceeding promptness In relieving
pain In bladder, kidney- and back, lu male or
female. Helleres retention of water almost
Immediately. If you -rant milck relief and
enre this Is the remedy. Said by C. L. Cottlne.
druKEl-t, ltcd Cloud. Neb.
$100. Dr. E. Detchon's Antl Dieurctlc.
May be worth to you more than lion If you
have a child who soils bedding from Incontcn
euce of water during sleep. Cures old and
young alike. It arrests tho troublo nt once. $1.
Bold by C. L. Colling. drugglBt. Ited Cloud, Neb.
Educate) Yonr Rowels With Cuscarets.
Candy Cathartic, euro constipation forever.
ISc.gSc. It C. C. O. f all, druggists rctund money.
Who! mm Beauty?
Beauty is made or marred by the blood.
When the blood is impure, the cheeks
grow sallow, the eyes dull, the hair loses
its luster. When the blood flows through
the veins in a pure, rich current, the
eyes sparkle, the skin is clear, the com
plexion beautiful. Women who use Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, find
that it is a genuine bcaulifier. By puri
fying and enriching the blood it puts a
b'loom on the check and a brightness in
the eye, which tell the story of perfect
"Having been left weak from fever last Oc
tober, I was under the doctor's care here," writes
Mrs. Alice 1. Casebler, of Crawford, Dawes Co.,
Neb, "I took medicine, but did not seem to
gain very much. I was tired alt the time, had
no appetite, bad wandering palus nil over me
more or less, and was very nervous, ns I had
been sick all the summer. I was all rtm-aowu
and didn't know what ailed me. I got advice
from Dr. Merce. ttlhng me my ivmToms btlltr
than I could dtieribe thtm ptyulf, ami also telling
me that I would lie to tcLc enre of myself, and
how to take the medicines. I took four bottles
of 'Golden Medical nicovcry,' and five of !'
vorite l'rocnolloii,' and gained strength right
along. I took one bottle of the ' Pleasant Tel
letj.'nho. I know thnt thee medicines will do
all that they arc receiiiiiieuded to do."
Use Dr. ricrcc'fl Pleasant Pellets for
For the speedy nnd permanent cure of
tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Cham
borlain's Eyo und Skin Ointment is
without nn equal. It relieves the itch
ing and smarting almost instantly und
its continued uso effects a permanent
cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch,
scald head, soro nipples, itching piles,
chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and
Dr. Catty's Condition Powders for
horses aro tho best tonic, blood purifier
aad vermifuge. Price, MceaU. Soldby
Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it.
now To 1'Iud Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
water and let It stand twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set
tling Indicates an
i unhealthy condi
tion of the kid
neys; If It stains
your linen it 13
evidence of kid
ney troublo j too
frequent desire to
pass It or pain In
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad
der are out of order.
What to Do.
Thero Is comfort ln,the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, tho great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish In i curing rheumatism, pain In the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability
to hold water and scalding pain In passing
It, or bad effects following uso of liquor,
wins or beer, anrl nvtvnmn ,. ..-!-.. .
necessity of being compelled to go often
dur ng tho day, and to get up many times
during tho night. Tho mild and the extra
ordinary effect of Swamp.Root Is soon
realized, it stands tho highest for Its won
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
If you need a medicine you should have the
best. Sold by druggists In50c. andjl. sbes.
You may have a samnla hntti. nr m.
and a book that te -,-rtHi-Jk-fnr(s
more about It, both sent
absolutely free by mall,
aaaresa Dr. Kiinw n ..- .,-.
" , , num. VI DWUQJMUKn,
Co., Blnghamton, N. Y. When writing men-
uvii imuuu una generous oner in mis paper.
Ifyon haven't a regular, healthy movement of the
bowels orory day, you're sick, or will bo. Keep your
SESSi'i ?S?.n.Ua5(I ba,wel- -, In tho shapof
Ii?iS?Lp?y'. or. P"1 Poison. Is dangerous. The
smoothest, easiest, most perfect way of keeping tba
bowels elear and clean Is to tako ia "
,-F5Vuni' Pa!tle. Potent. Taste Oood. Do Oood.
rie-orttloken. Weaken, or Urlpe, lUc, auo. 60c Write
for I reo sample, and booklot on health Address
SUrll.f bi; ra-u-, Ckl-, Mnuttl, I.w Trt. UU
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
Eureka Harness OH Is tha het
preservative of new louther
and the best renovator or old
leather. Itotls.noftens, black
ens and protects. Use
on your best harness), your old har
ness, and your carriage top, anil lliey
will not only look better but m
sues irom naif pints (o nve gallons.
ut4 by triSDian on. to.
Itrestswttk yoa whether too eontlaa thi.tM
ntrre-kllllng tobacco habit. NU-TO-1IAObHH
remove-tho deslr for tobacco. wlir-raTawBBBW
oat a-rTou-tllitre--. ipcl-nlcofl ,1 1 (PFr
tlae, purines the blood, T-mjM Ik ftI)n5oJ.
stores loit minhood.--rTl wlaLkVODboic-
RVL??0J?.Ur-on2-in III Ay""1- Pi
labesUn.QSrTe-afB SfW BVSJpiaaeicureu. uu
and mckets-fT'Bll HVMO TO-MAO from
"2?- A I IPLljour own drugs-lit, whr
l III asVlll Touch for ui. Take It with
aTfsamK9 oox.SI, jualleuresi3boics,SJ4,
CrT gurtca (o cure, or we rtfuttrt moner.
Cimsmi awl besutmu tht hair.
Promote- a luiurlaul rroth.
IfaTtr Tails to Boston) Gray
Ciute uti diertwi hilr tilUr.
Notlco Is hereby glcn that by virtue of an or
der of tho District court orange county, Nebras
ka, lu the caw of the Mnto of Nebraskn. plaintiff
vg Ileatrlce Sin lugs bank, defendant. I, William
C. ICllnnc, receiver of the Ifcatrlce Savings
Hank of Ileatrlce, Nebraska, idil offer for sale
at public auct'on and tell to tb highest bidder
for caBh lu hand, nil tho rluhf title and Interest
of said Ilcatrlro gnvlug8.Ilnurinnnd to the fol
lowing described realcshitean Webster countr.
No. :uk!5. Parroll. ThoVfuthwett quarter of
secton 2t. town 1, range IU In Webster comity,
No. 6533. Hansen. The Southeast quarter of
section i, town 'J, range VI, lu Webtter comity,
No.bSU3. Wilson. The southeast qtinrtcr of
section 14, town I, rnugo 10, in Webster county
bald salo will be conducted at Ihu law nlllce uf
W. r. I.ellnue lu Die CcrniHU Natlonul bank
hulldlng, In the (Ily of Ileatrlce. (Inge county,
Nebraska, commencing promptly and without
delay nt 0 o'clock a.m., standard time, on the
totb day of December, 1809
Dated, November 11th. 1899.
William C. LcIUnk,
Itccelver f the Ucatrlco Savings Uank.
ESTATE OP AI.FIIKD WOOD, SUPPOSED
TO HE DEAD.
In tho Orphans' Court of Montgomery County
Notice Is heruby given that Cliarlcs Penny
pne' or has made application te the Orphans'
Coi ri'Of MnutgomckV coualy. I'enns)lvaula. for
letteiMif ndminlstrHllonifn tho estate of Alfred
Wood, late of Norrlslnvtf, Pennsylvania, (son af
Zllptm Wood, deceatld a who Is supposed to be
dead; ami ld courtf granted a rule, requir
ing tliu Niipimsoil declAjnt, If nltvu. or any other
person for him. to prSluco to tho court on or
be fine the 2nd day ofdantixry. A. I)., 1DO0. sat
Islaitory ovldeuce of his continuance In life.
Other vlso the praer of said petition wilt be
grunted. William P. Vouno,
I.AUKi.EnE A Uiiison, Clerk of Courts.
Attorneys, Norrlstown, Penna,
Order of Hearing on Probate of Foreign
State of NebruHkn, Wchtter county, ss:
At b County Court, held at tho County Court
room, in and for ald county, Novemberldth, A.
In tho matter of the estate of Itobert II. Eaton,
On reading And llllngthaifetltlon of John W.
Johnson, praying that thsvTnstruraenl purporting
to be a duly autheqtlceed copy of the last will
and Testament of Aildftleceased, and of the pro
bate thereof by thiiriobate court of the county
of Middlesex, stall Af Massachusetts, and (his
day tiled lu thin (Uirt, may be allowed, filed,
probated and rccoBed as tne last Will aad Tea
lament of sold detStsed In and for the state of
Nebraska, and thapcttcrs testamentary thereon
to petitioner as executor thereof.
Ordered, that December 2nd, A. D, 1&0. at it
o'clock a.m. Is assigned for hearing sa.d petition
when all persons Interested In said matter may
appear at a county court to bo held In and for
said county, and show cause why the prayer of
petitioner should not be granted: and that no
ilce of tho pendency of said petition and the
hearing thereof be given to all persons Interest
ed In said matter by publishing a copy of this
order In the ltm Cloud Ciitrr. a weekly news
paper printed In said county for three success
Ive weeks, prior to said day or hearing
James Uurrr, County Judge,
(A true copy.)
1 1 SlfiZs!?0 I
liR-Wl M I K a a a MsVll
B & M. R.T
It ED CLOUD, It EUR.
V 11 IV AGO
SI. LOUIS and
all points east und
SALT LAKE C'Y
and nil pointi
TIIAINS I.SAVR AH rOLLOWS'
No, 1,1, Passenger dally for Obcrlln
and St. Francis branches. Ox
ford. McCook. Dourer and nil
points wct...................... ;,J5 a m
II. l'As-enger dally for St. Joe,
Kansas City, Atchison, St.
I.oul-. Lincoln via Wymote
and nil points enst nnd south 9:05 a.m
IN Passenger, dally. Denver, all
points In Colorndo, Utah nnd
California. .... 8:20p ra.
in. Passenger, dally for St. Joe.
iinu-as uity, Aicnison, si
I.oul nnd all points cast nud
south inu.in ai.
No. 111. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday. Hastings. Grand Is
land, lllack Hills and all
points in the northwest...- .. i-.imn m.
IIS. Accommodation, dally except
ouiiuay, uoornn, nansa-, ana
Intermediate stations, via Ko
publican L . if.Vv m.
No. (H. Freight, dally, Wymore and
St. Joe and intermediate
Junction points... . i3:p a.
No. M. Freight, dally for Hepubllcan
Orleans.Oxford and all points
west ...... ....-.. iu;30a m.
No. 9. Freight, dally except Sunday
for Wymore and all point cast 7:00a si.
No. 873. Freight dally to Oxford and
Intermediate points I:30p.tn
Sleeping, dining, and reclining chair rars,
(scats free) on through trains. Tickets sold asd
baggage checked to any point In the United
States or Canada.
For Information, time tables, maps or ticket
call on or address A. Conover, Agent. Ited
Cloud, Nebr. or J. Francis, General Passenger
Agent Omaha, Nebraska.
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'i ear m TeTeTa arsi h a m s.h
Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained and all Pat
lent butiatssconducted for Moocmtc Fcks.
uaOrrieeiaOppiTiU, 8. PATCNTOrrict
and we can secure patent in less time t"i thote
remote from Washington.
Send model, drawing or photo., with deserlp.
Uoa. We advise. If Datenuhla or nor. ltm nt
lcharge. Our fee not due till patent Is secured. J
' A PaMrHLKT. V H?w to Obtain Pateots," with
cost of same In the U. S. and foreign countries'
CU S1VO. AQQfCSS,
Opp. patcnt Oprtct, Washington, d. C.
SO YEARS .
Anyone sending a sketch and description may
quickly ascertain onr opinion free whether an
invention Is probably patenukle. Communica
tions strictly oontJdentuil. Handbook on Patents
tent free. Uldest agency for securing patents.
Patent, taken throash Mann A CoT receive
tysetal not Irs, without charge, in the
A handsomely lllnstratad weekly. Inrett etr
eolation of any sclsntlflo toarnal. Terms, t3 a
T Jour moptJus, (t. BoWbyall newsdealers.
MUll$0is,BrMAM'' New York
Branca Shoe, e r Bt, WathlDiton. D. C.
'eHicursTcnia run, ,au
nnrr.. Aiwavimisbis lAle.Mk Uroffclrt
to UIIIUIIKSTEHVS ENGLISH
In UKD ! Void mtUUlo bum (m1i
l tl tlbtMi. Take the. Rtniu
PangeroM Hakstttatlno an Imlta
llon. Bmj ef year Drmcfl.l. r MSd 4v. la
J "Keller for UUIea.",.! bllir, bj r.
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Isa U4j J.pw. Ataslson rark. 1'lllUA... 14U
Emmm stopped free
VsP Psrnateatly Cirtd;
F IEBVE RESTORER
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rNW t ItaaiA, IW7 jrtinM&rMitV
ft alaw'tlratLa. fPuflaAaBj attl Ul.lkUla,
wva rTi'ti. Dni m ur, tvuoa, .vi, ifeutrrw
laitUaUof J HUoiti,m ArnhHl ,rMl1j-?htt.,rtV
The Coal Period
IS NOW HEKE.
Purohiiso uuw, beforo tho jnico goes up-
nro ut rock bultuni, und will not go
lower tbls weiii, f jBC i
In time of lit'tit prqnnrn for cold. 'Thero
is Klittorinu; kooiIiiuss in our coal,
Olrnn, slow burtiinr-, grent heat uiving,
umkes hut little nshes; thuiieforo
plensoo tidy people.
Full lino of Fi.ouh nnd Kkei onjhaud.
Wagon nonius nt tho ofllco.
W. B. ROBY,
No. 1 TllIHD Av. Piione'No. 51
PABST MILWAUKEE Beer
ALWAYS ON TAP.
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