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THE BED CT.OTJD CHIEF, FKIDAT, NOV. 84, 1899.
I'i X '
L f v I
x - Treasurer
State of Maine
""X. J' JTaw
Three years ago I was all run
down, weak, exhausted) had
indigestion, constipation, and
my system was debilitated in
general. Physicians did not help
me and I began taking Dr.
Miles' Nervine, Now, I am
AS Well as CVCr. Chas. A. White,
Cx-Trens, Stats of Mnlne, Qardlnor, Mo. J
is sold by nil drugfiihts on cunrantcc,
fint bottle benefit-, or money linck.
Iiook on hemt mul nerves sent free.
Dr. Mltos Moilical Company, Elkhart, Ind.
I. P. COBLE.
OFFICB.IN JIOON MLOCK.
Insurance written on city and
property tit lowest rules.
FRED E. McKEEBY, M. D.
Sargcea D. d- M. R. R. ompaoy,
and U. S. Pcasltn Surictn.
f ity and country calls promptly an
swered day or night.
FriGI OVKK LlNDSKT'D MEAT MAKKET
NIOUT CALLS AT OFFICII.
Dr. E. A. Cueighton,
Honorary Graduate & Silver Medalist
Waster University, Uauadn.
ali.8 Aniwkkkd Day and Night.
mcc Ovati Cok's Piuiimact.
J. S. EMIG-H,
IK YOU WANT IT.
Omwd I Bridge Work or Twlh Wil..o. I'litea.
Add all the Illicit Improvement la donlal mccb
I. B. COLV1N,
REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS.
Lock Ilex W. Ouldo Hock, Neb.
All kinds of proporty bought, sold and
OYERMAN d BLACKLEDQB
XTTORNBYS - HT - L.R3n.
Olllce rcr Post Olllce.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
R. D. BEDFORD.
JEtnn Firo Iusuracco Cumrmnv.
National this Insurance Co.,
OouReetlctit l'iro Ins. Co.,
v Hartford, Coau.
Queen Firo Ins. Co., at Amorica,
New York, N. Y.
Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Norwich Union Firo Ins. Society,
Employers' Liability Asaurnno Corpor-
atton, linmoil, (accident)
All Standard Companies.
Your Patronage Solicited.
Lands and Collections.
lll Ul iiMtt'ouirUfytuii. '4'tuiot.mi. '"Wfya
.WL - x. Ld la lima, x W brdrm.Jiii't St
HABITS n DIET.
Expel In Enttntr mid Drinking
jDunduolvo In Olicaltr nnA
Tlio lower nnlmnls in wild life do not
nppenr to requlro the services of a vet
crJnnry surgeon, nor do wo hear of dl
case or epidemics miring1 among them.
Though they rnngo over fields dotted
here, there and everywhere with pot
sonous weeds, a God-given instinct
tenches them what to shun, the savor
doubtless indicating to the scries what
constitutes Improper food. Domesti
cated nulmnls would enjoy n like ex
emption from disease If, without the
Intervention of man, they were permit
ted to confine their diet and habits of
life to the nll-sulTlciont provisions1 of
nature; but mnn corrals them In un
sanitary places, applies the overfeed
Jng, cramming processes and reverses
natural conditions as ho also docs for
himself" by his own personal habits, nnd
thus wo have the mnn glutton and the
brute martyr to man s Ignorance nnd
perverse notions of life.
It Is a question not difllcult of solu
tion, 'whether the modern connoisseur
Is not the greatest enemy of mankind.
Not edueatcd to eat nnd drink only
those simple things which nro health
ful, llfc-gllng and primarily designed
to prolong life, the average youth is
reared by the overindulgent mother
us a monstrosity of perverted appetite,
with a consequent inclination to run
the entire gamut of nbtiormnl feeding,
inclHdlng all tho slops that are sold
over the bar or fountain counter. What
wonder Is It that the boys of the na
tion aro developing bo many cigarette
wrecks and juvenile tipplers with
crippled Intellects nnd Inek of capacity
for any purpose worth living for? Too
many of our boys are educated glut
tons, n condition of dlscnse as inex
orable nnd exacting an the drink or
drug habit. The obese man or woman
will tell us that ancestry is toblamofor
their Inherited (?) condition, never
seeming to renllzc that they consume
ench day food enough to sustain three
or four hard-working sons of toll, nnd
they are mountains of fat only because
they gorgo their anatomy beyond na
ture's capacity to eliminate, leaving it
no other alternative than to store the
surplus here nnd there on vital organs,
tissues and muscles, nH waste matter
that cannot be disposed of while the
supply is unchecked. Tho victim dies
ten or twenty years before his allotted
time has expired. Vital statistics show
an ever-Increasing percentugo of
deaths by heart failure, nervous pros
trntlon, etc., yet the process of cram
ming tho children goes on in increas
ing ratio. The appetite habit requires
n cure, and if mothers would initiate
it in the nursery by the application of
common sense methods, they would
rear fewer drunkards nnd sclf-huhilg-ent
derelicts and sheds fewer tears in
old age because of tho preverse habits
they hnve unwittingly enforced. Dan
hit of Gold.
Those of Fine Texture Ilut VeryTlatn
Are Sow In Fnvorwlth
the Ladles. '
It might truthfully to stated that
the hnndkerchief is one of tho most
important articles of clothing, and an
interesting Idt of reading it makes to
scan the statistics of thu number of
handkerchiefs that are sold even in one
whop during the year. Dut there ore
handkerchiefs and handkerchiefs, and
some have ery llttlo referenco to
Tho bargain ones, for instance, that
aru sold for 12', cents, tuiA that aro
pretty nnd most useful, bear little re
semblance to the minute square of
iluest linen thnt is embroidered with
tho owner's monogram, nnd which
never costs less than three or four dol
lars. Just at present it is thu fad to
hate thu finest and most expensive
handkerchiefs that can be bought ex
ceedingly simple in so far as they ure
finished with hem and hem-stitching,
of course, but the expense lies in tho
very lino texture of the material and in
the wonderfully fine stitches that aru
employed in the lettering. One set of
handkerchiefs the net only amounted
to three that were finished the other
day, were embroidered In hair. Largo
letters are not fashionable as small as
possible when tho single letters nro
used and even with tho monogram
nothing exaggerated Is considered cor
rect. The old-fashioned priceless laco hand
kerchiefs that our grandmothers used
to carry nro now fashionable again.
That is, they aro included in all thor
ough wardrobes; but they uro not of tea
carried. Harper'B Dazur.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications as thoy cannot
roach tho diseased portion of tho oar.
Thero is only ono way to euro deaf noss
nud that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed
condition oftho eustachian tube. When
this tube is inllnmcd you have n rum
bling sound or imporfrat hearing, nnd
when it is ontiroly chsod deafness is
the result, and unless thu inllnmmntton
can be taken out ami this tube restored
to its normal condition, hcariug will be
destroyod forever, nlno cases outof ten
aro caused by catarrh, which is noth
ing but an inlliimcd condition of tho
Wo will give ono hundred dollars for
any ctiao of deafness (caused by cat
iurh,)lhnt cannot bo cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cuiu. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. Chenk & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggihts, "r,
Hall's I'jwuly Pill . . n- tii't.
EducatoVour KowalfllVit'. I'licarats,
Ko, 85c. If C. O. O. (all, UrueBlits otuua monoy,
Just before retiring, If your liver Is
sluggish, out of tunc and you feci dull,
bilious, constipated, tnko a doso of
Anil you'll be nil rlclit in tho morning.
Services oncli Lord's Day ns follows:
Morning sorvico at 10:80. Subject,
"With Aim toEnnnans."
Hiblo school, 12m.
Afternoon gormon at Innvato.
.Junior Christian Endeavors p.m.
Hot lor Christian Endeavor meets
at 7 p.m.
Evening sorvico nt 7!30. Subject,
Hoy. Dean will dcllvor tho Thanks
giving sermon at tho union sorvico in
thu Christlau church on November 30.
Remember thu coming of Evange
lists Atwood and Sweotman on Do
Choico music at oach sorvico.
A cordial invitation is oxtonded to
L. A. Hussono, Pastor.
Services uoxt Sunday as follows:
Morning service at 10:00
Sunday School nt lh'JO a.m. Con
ducted by D. It. Spanogle.
I'ronching tit Amboy nt 3 p.m.
Senior League tit 7 p.m.
Evening services at 7:30.
Pttiycr mooting on Wednesday uvou
lug nt 7:30.
Ladies Aid Society Friday nftcrnoon.
All nro most cordially invited to at
tend. Roscoe A. Uaiines, Pastor.
Rcgulnr sorviccs next Sunday ns fol
lows: Morning sorvico nt 10.80. Subject,
"AroThoro Few Saved?"
Sunday School nt 11:45.
Sorvicos nt Indinn crcok nt 8:80.
Young Pooplo's Socioty of Christian
Endeavor nt 0:30 pm. "Our ltoturn
for the Lord' lioncfils." Tuo pastor,
Evoning sorvicos nt 7:80. Subject,
"What is True Christlnu Llfo."
Tho Endeavor socioty will moot nt
tho pnrsonngo Tuesday vt 7:80.
Prayer .nnd prntso mooting Wednes
day evening at 7:80.
All cordially invitod to attend these
Frank W. Dkan, Pastor.
Services next Sundny ns follows.
Morning soriuou nt 10:30.
Sunday School at 11:45. W. F. West,
Young Pooplo's Union meets nt 7.
Evoning sorviccs nt 7:80.
Rcgulnr weouly prayer meeting on
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
All cordially invited. Scats free.
Isaac W. Edson, Pastor.
Try Graln-Ol Try Graln-Ol
Ask your grocer today to show you n
pnekngo of Grniu-O, tho now food
drink thnt takes tho plncoof eofToo.
Tho children may drink it without in
jury nsvoll as the adult. All who try
it, liko it. Grain-0 his that rich seal
brown of Mocha or Java, but it is mndo
from pure grains, and tho most dolicato
stomach recoives it without distress.
Ono-fourth tho prico of coffee 15o nnd
25c per pnekngo. Sold by nil grocers.
What Do the Children Drink.
Don't give them ten or coffee. Have
you tried tho now food drink cniied
Grniu-O. It is delicious nnd nourish
ing uud takes tho placo of coffee Tho
moro Grain-0 yoH givo tho children
the moro health you distribute through
their systems. Grniu-O is mndo of
pure grains, nnd when properly pro
pared tastes liko tho choico grades of
coffeo but costs about ono-fourth ns
much. All grocers soil it. IGo nnd 20c.
From New Zealand.
Reekton, Now Zonlnud, Nov. 23, '00.
I mn very plonsod to stnto that sinco
1 took tho agency of Chnmborlnin's
medicines tho snlo has been very lnrgo,
moro especially of tho Cough Komedy.
In two years I lmvo sold moro of this
particular remedy than of all other
makes for tho previous fivo years. As
to its efficacy, I havo boon informed by
scores of porsons of tbo good results
thoy havo received from it, nnd know
its value for tho uso of it in my own
household. It is so pleasant to tako
that wo havo to placo the bottlo bo
youd tho reach of tho children, E. J.
Scantleuuky. For snlo by II. E.
Regular examinations for persons
doslriug to teach in Webster county
nro held in tho superintendent's "office
at Rod Cloud, the third Saturdny in
Eva J. Case, Couuty Bupt.
Dr. E. Detchon's Antl Dleuretic.
May boMorlb tyoiunaro than flOO If you
haven child nho soils bcddliiK from lucomen
onco of water durliiu sleep. Cures old nnd
youiiir alike. It arrests tho trouble ut once, fl,
Sold by (J. h. Cottlng, druBRUt. ited Cloud, Neb,
than tlOO It
To Jurn Constipation Vorevor.
TalioOrtBCurelt Cind-t'VthttrtIo lOo orSSo.
It C U. C fall to ottrv, uruiwuts refumt mvosy
j llv J.i') Tour KlUncy. I
pi t xt. A U. burling uircUy Co., CUtcagu or N. X.
A Sure Sign of Croup,
Hoarseness in n child thnt is subject
to croup is u sure indication of tho np
pronoh of thu disoaso. If Chnmbor
Iain's Cough Ucmedyjs given as soon
as Ilia child becomos hoarse, or oven
after tho crotipy cough has appeared,
it will prevent an nttnek. Many moth
ers who have crotipy children nlwnys
keep this remedy nt hand and find thnt
it snves them much troublo nnd worry.
Itcnu nlwnys bo doponded upon nnd is
plonsnnt to tnke. For snlo by (I E.
The Best Plaster.
A ploco of llnnnol dnmponed with
Chamberlain's Pain Ilnlin and bound
on tho affectod parts is superior to any
plaster. Wliuii troubled with npnin in
tho chest or side, or n lnmo back give
It a trial. You aro certain to bo moro
Hutu pleased with tho prompt rollef
which It affords. Pnln llalm is nlso n
cortnin euro fur rheumatism. For snlo
by II. E. Grico.
Rouumbcr that nnmo when you wnut
n delicious, appetizing, nourishing
food drink to tnko the pinco of coffoo.
Sold by 'nil grocors nnd liked by nil
who lmvo used it. Grnin-0 is mn.lo of
puro grains, it aids digestion nnd
strengthens tho nerves. It is not n
n stimulant but n health builder,
nnd the children ns well us tho adults
can drink it with groat benefit. Costs
about ono-fourth as much ns coffoo. ICo
and 25c per package. Ask your grocer
Cash Prizes for Photos.
For tho six boat photographs of farm
sccnos along its lino in Nebraska and
Kansas, tho ittirliugton route offers six
ensh prizes onu of 8:20, ono of 810,
nnd four of $5.00 each. Photographs
of growing crops, harvesting opera
tions, feed lots, poultry, cnttle, bams
nnd creameries aro particularly do
sired. No limitations ns to sizo or fin
ish is mnde. Tho contest closes No
vombor 30, 1899. J. Francis, general
passoager agent Burlington Route,
"If tho cap fits, wear it." If you
havo boils, pimples, scrofuln, salt
rhoum, dyspepsia, rhoumntism or en
tarrh, you nro just tho ono that should
tnko Hood's Snrsapnrilln, for this med
iciuo cures nil those troublos.
Hood's Pills euro all liver ills,
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Tnko Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund money if it
fails to cure. 25c. Tho gonuiuo has
L. B. Q. on each tablet.
Beaaty la mood. Deep.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cascarete, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keen it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im
purities from the body. Begin today to
banish pimples, bolls, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Cascarets, beauty for ten cents. All drug
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c.
Relief In Six Hours.
Digressing kidney niul blmldcr dteoatis re
lieved In Mx bourn by "New Orcat Ssutli Amerl
can Kidney Cure." It Is a great aur)irlno on ac
count of Uh exceeding promptness In rellcvtiiK
pnln In bladder, kldneyr and back, In male or
female. Relieves retention of water nlmobt
Immediately. If you nnt quick relief and
cure thin 1b tho remedy. Sold by V. L. Coding,
drueclxt, Ited eland. Neb.
What mus Beauty?
Tiamitv is made or marred bv the blood.
When the blood is impure, the cheeks
grow sallow, tue eyes null, tne natr loses
its luster. When the bleod flows through
the veins in n pure, rich current,, the
eyes sparkle, the skin is clear, the com-
1exion beautiful. Women who use Dr.
'icrcc's Golden Medical Discovery, find
that it is a genuine bcautifier. By puri
fying and enriching the blood it puts a
bloom on the cheek and a brightness in
the eye, which tell the story of perfect
"Slaving been left weak from fever last Oc
tober, I was under the doctor's care here," write
Mra. Alice K. Caebler, of Crawford, Dawes Co.,
Neb. "I took medicine, but did not aeem to
Rain very much. I wa tired all the time, bad
no aepctite, had wandering palna all over me
more or Itas, and was very nervoas, as I had
been sick all the summer. I was all run-down
and didn't know what ailed me. I got advice
from Dr. Merce, Mlmjr " -X ""'?'" iMUr
than I tould lUuribi thtm tnyuf, and also telllnft
me that I would have to take care of myself, and
bow to take the medicines. I took four bpltles
of 'Golden Medical Discovery ,' and five of Fa-
vorne rrcscnpuon,- ami sm rueu v?",
along. I took one bottle or the ' l'leasant Vel
lets,' also. I know that these medicines will do
all that they arc recommended to do."
Use Dr. Piercc'a Pleasant Pellets for
For tho epoody and porraancnt euro of
tetter, salt rhoum nud eczema, Chum
borlnin's Eyo ntul Skin Ointment is
without iin equiil, It reliovcs the itch
ing and smarting almost instantly and
its continued uro effects u pirtfnrtont
euro. It also cures itch, barber'fi itch,
Bcald liend, poro nipples, ilchinw piles,
chappod hands, chronic euro ejv.4 uud
Dr. Cndv'ii Condition Powdfirs or
itorsea are tho best tonio, blood purltier
uudvenuifugo. Prico, 25 ecu ta. Sold by
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood In your body passes through
your kidneys once tvtry threo minutes.
i no Kianeys are your
blood purifiers, they fil
ter out the wasto or
impurities In the blood.
If they are sick or out
of order, they fall to do
mattsm come from ex
cess of uric acid In the
blood. Hha In ntftA-t..r4
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart Is
over-worklne In pumping thick, kldney
polsoncd blood through veins and arteries.
It Used to be con:IHirrH that nnl ,iln.,.
- - -- . -.- . w.i.r uiuiuiy
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys.
oui now moacrn science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin
ning In kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kllmer'3
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy Is
soon realized. It stands the highest for Its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
and Is sold on It mnrlta jliv-
by all druggists In fifty
cent and one-dollar siz
es. You may have a
samnlc. hnttlR hv ma 1 ,. tnzTZ. ......
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
out If you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
fit Co., Blnghamton, N. Y.
" for lx yrnra I una n victim of ilys
popaln In Its worst form I could cat nothing
but milk toast, nnd at tkncsmy stomnchnould
not retain and digest even that. Last March I
began tailing CASCARUTS and since then I
have steadily Improved, until I am as well as I
ever was In my life."
David II. MuitrnY, Newark, o.
TRAOI MANX RIOWTtftKO
Pleasant, Palatable. Potent, Taste Good, Do
Good, Never Sicken, Weaken, or Orlpe.lOc, 2&c,Wc.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
t.rll.s RMtdj f.apu;, Ckkat,. Mnlrtsl, ,w Twk. 911
Hn.Tn.llP Bo'd and guaranteed by alldrni
U" I U'sJAO 3isi to OVHE Tobacco Habit.
(Mi U vwax
Blothlllff Ainu Altril an tnnoli 1
to Iharlmrtnnf thn (Ip.iri.ir
room or tiamiotr nil ttin mftlv n.tt-
ant llsht from UOIlDUVA Cnndlo.i.
. Nothing Hill contrltiulu Duiru to ttio
riinwo incccwi 01 mo lltucllton,
1 1 or dinner. Tbo he.t drcorat Iro
candles for fhn .lninla.1 .. I1A
DlOlt dabomtfl fnnitinn.rn, rut.
tAffOOr msmlon. Mnrin In ,11 rnlnr
and lbs mo,t dtllcstx tints by
B 1 Ail I" A III! Ill , l.
snd sold orerrnlirro.
Itrwitswlth yon whtbrr joa enntlna the
removes 111 detlra (or tobacc. wllhjrfSTsl
oat nervoua dlitresi. esuelsnicorarifl .Hi
tine, purines tbo blood. rt-JmlM I k, lJ
tores lots msnnood.srft
makes vou tronga v, I
iQncalth.nerresM It IV
I WWtXB boiM
oases esred. buy
jndPOCketj-i ilOTO U A(! from
"Jk,lf A 1 IaBrJ?700r on dragRlit.wh
it III -rlllrouch (orns. Take It with
P bo.!, uiuaH curt, i S Wolff, S1K,
ssssssj- trasranlMd to cure, or we refund moner,
a BurUafBaaMtfjCa., CMmi, BMirtal, l,w Teri.
m HAIR BALSAM
ClCSBMi and btauunei U, hair,
l'romotrf a laxutlaot erowlh.
Kovor Falls to llcatoro Qray
Curt, 'cils dlrjM, i hair lalUog.
Notice Is hereby given Hint byvlrtuo of an or
dcr of the District court of Gage county, Nebras
ka, In the case of tho Stato of Nebraska, plaintiff
vs llcatrlco Savings bank, defendant. I, William
C. Lellanc, receiver of tb llcatrlco Savings
Hank of llcatrlco, Nebraska will offer for palo
at public auction and tell ta tho highest bidder
for cash In hand, all te right, title and Interest
of said Ueatrlco nvn Hunk In and to His fol.
lowing described real ula;to In Webster county,
No.3U&. Farroll, TlUsonthwcit iiiarlcr of
secton 2, town 1, rangolll, in Wcbhier county,
No. 0533. Hansen. 1o sonthcaNt qimrtorof
section 2, town U, range 12, In Webster couuty,
No. 6503. Wilson. The southeast nunrter of
M'ctlon U, town 1, range 10, In Webster couuty
Said salo will bo conducted at tho law ofllconf
XV. C. I.cllano In tho German Nntloual bank
building, In tho City of Ueatrlco. Gage couuty,
Nebraska, commencing promptly nnd without
delay nt 0 o'clock a.m.. standard time, on tho
lUiu any oi ucccmoer, isvv,
Dated, November lllb. 18W,
Itccelver af tho Ilcatrlce Savings ltauk.
TTI8TATK OP ALFHED W
XU TO HE DEAD.
In tho Orphans' Court of V,
Entire Is hereby clven
5at Charles Penny
i to tho Orphaus'
Dnnn..lt,nnln 1 1
packer has made appllcatl
letters of admlnlstrat
Wood, latoof Norrleti
i tho estate of Alfred
L'ennsvlvanla. ( son of
min,.n 1l-.n.l nnnna
vho In sunnosed to bo
dead: and said court b
liranted a rule, rcouir
t, If alive, or any other
CO' to the court on or
lug the supposed deced
person for him. to pre
oetaro tuo zua uay oi .
Ufnrtnrv ovldence of
liunry. A. D ll), sat-
ns continuance in mo.
Otherwise the prayer of said petltlan will bo
granted. William P. Yoiwo,
LAllKELcnis A uinsoN, uiersx oi vouns,
Attorneys, Norrlstown, Penna.
Order of Hearing an Prabate of Foreign
State of Nebraska, Webster o"ounty, ss.
At a County Court, held at the County Court
room. In and lor said county, November loth, A.
v Ibfjo Jt
'in tbo matter of the cstnjo of Robert ll.EaUu.
On reading and SUngtlie petition of John W.
Johusou.praylng tTat Urf Instrument purporting
to be a duly authe
ii'asru vui'j . "iw .no "...
ami 'resiamcni oi
Idaeceiucd, ana or ins pro-
bato thereof by the
irtviate court or me county
UI JlltlUlt-BUA. Bll
lillV llled 111 tlllH C
.Massachusetts, auu litis
nrolinted and rccorl
Fl, iiiny uv uiiunvu,iiii,-ut
las tho last Will ami Te
H. . !.. nlln.iinil fll.,.l
ininAtit of said deci
ed tn and for the state of
Nebraska, and thai
letters rssuo tcstnmtntary
as executor there f.
Mnbur !ml. A. 1) 1H0. At It
o'clock a.m. 1 assigned for hearing said petition
when all persons Interested In said matter may
...r.. ,,, o omu.tv ciinrt to ba held In and fur
uruerru. unu in
sild county, and show cause why the j)racrof
petitioner should not be granted; ami that ne
i.nii,, riKiiilmioi- of tald petition and tit
hciiliig ibercor be ur.en t all H)rhpns1iittro,t
ei 'rUI mattar v piilillslilug a copy of this
oritur In the ItiK t't-oi p t'tiier. a weekly news
p,iwr prlniod In said I'aunty tor three suceeH
Ji wn-ks. prior to ciblduy of haailng , ,
Jamks Derrv. t'ounly Judge.
ia ttuo copy.)
B & M. R.Y
11ED OLOUJ), NEBS.
81. LOUIS and
all points cast and
SAL1 LAKE O'Y
and all point
TnAiNs LrxvK as follows:
No, 13. Passenger dally for Obcrlln
and St. Francis branches. Ox
ford, McCook, Deliver and nil
points wcst..-.......M 7:55 a,m
No, 14. Passenger dally for St. Joe,
KaiiMH city, Atchison. SI.
f ....fa. f l.tn.1.. ..tn 1t...Bn
uuiii", uifi-uiii ,l ,,,U1U1U
nndali points cast aud south tf:05a.m
16. Passenger, dally. Denver, all
points in i;uiurnuu,
18. Passenger dally for St. Joe.
luuiMis i iiy. Aicni,on, m
Louis and i
I points cast and
Nn, 111, Accommodation, dnliy except
nunnay. iiHsungs, urauu Is
land. HlAck Hills nud nil
points In tho irjitliwoM 1 :00 p at
So. 143. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday, Obcrllu, Kansas, and
Intermediate stations, via Ho
publican . .. I2:30p.ra
No. (I. Freight, dally, Wymoro and
St. Joe and Intormcdlatc
Junction points . 13:45 p.m.
No. 63. Freight, dally for Itcpubllcau
Orlcans.Oxford nud nil points
west .......... -10:30a m
No. 60. Freight, dally except Sunday
.. .. 'or wymoreaud all point east 7:00 a.m.
No. 8.3. Freight dally to Oxford nnd
Intermediate points t :so p.ai
Sleeping, dining, and rcellnlng chair cars,
(seatB free) on through trains. Tickets sold and
bug-gago checked to any point tn tho United
States or Canada.
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call on or address A. Conover, Agont, Hcd
Cloud, Nebr. or J. Francis, General Passenger
Agont Omaha, Nebraska.
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