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THE BID CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, DEC. 8, 1899.
Mil Other Treatment
"When 1 heard of the wonderful
ones performed by Miles' Restorative
Nervine 1 dropped all other treat
ment. Nervous prostration and gen
eral debility had baffled the efforts of
the best physicians in this section.
JTbe first bottle of Nervine brought
relief. I continued using it together
with Dr. Miles' Heart Cure until
mrtlfh was again restored."
Mr. 0. W. OlmtUd, Klckapoo, Okla.
Dr. mii ' Nervine
is told by all droughts on guarantees
first bottle benefits or money back.
Boole on heart and nerves sent (rcc.
Dr. MUm Medical Company. Elkhart, Ind.
F. F. COBLB,
Iniwasce written en city and farm
property at lowest rates.
FRED E. McKEEBY, M. D.
Surgeon B. M. R. R. ompu.oy,
aad U. S. PemiUa Surgc$n.
City and country calls promptly nn
sworcd day or night.
OriflCKOVKKLlNDSKV'S MlCAT MAHKUT
NIQllT CALLS AT OFFICE.
Dr. E. A. Ckeightok,
Heaiorary Graduate & Silver Medalist
WwMrn University, Canada.
Calls ixmui Day and Night.
On-rcx Or set Chi'i rAiCT.
J. S. EMIO-H,
It YOU WANT IT.
Inwi I lri.ge Wirk or Teelb Withal Plate.
Aad ail ike UtMt ImpreveEstnl la dental mech
I. B. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE $ FARM LOANS.
Lock llox S3. Quldo Bock, Neb.
It kinds of proporty bought, sold and
QYERMAN t BLACKLEDQB
XTTORNBYS - KT - LRU.
OttUt trtt Pt Ottict.
RED CLOUD, . NEBRASKA.
DRS. SENILES & SENILES
Main Once 11th A O Bis
18 ycara In Omaha aad
lu Harvoua, Chronic autl
Private D1SKA8K8 of
MEN AND WOMEN
AN rriv Diseases e4
DUOHPEft? OF MEN
cable ui to guarantee to
ears ail curable ease of
the Note, Throat, Cheat
Stomach, Uvar. wood.
WtlOO.OOfer a eats of CATARRH.
BLOOD POISON wscAB&eteareifewabU
Kit by wall la all dtsaasea a spsalslty.
.uau or aaareoe
i Met:, and reeajpta
lax 224V. oafoa
with stamp tor etrei
write taem voaaj
A Mlahanu Muu.1
i oTUauwte, Meh
FEAR OF LIGHTNHfG.
Hack Mantal "ufTarlntr. la Needlessly
Uiitlei-Kone by NcrvottB
The heon suffering which mnny un
dergo just In itdmiico of or during n
thunder storm 1m of a dual iitttme. IJic
sensu of Impending danger uliuinunnd
terrlflcH but theio Is also a depression
of spirits which is pliynlcnl and mil,
brought about by seine na yet unknown
relation between the ncrvoua system
and eondltloiiH of nlr pressure, humid
ity nnd purity. The sulTcring due to de
pression and partial exhaustion re
quires, from fhoso who arc strong,
sympathy rather thnn ridicule. The
suffering duo to alarm and fright, how
ever, is unnecessary. It Is lurgely the
work of the imagination. To a nerv
ous nature thero Is HOincthing appall
ing In tho wicked, spiteful gleam of the
lightning, nnd tho crash und tumult of
thunder. Hut such a one should re
mcmticr that thu flash is almost always
far distant, and that thunder can do no
more damngo than tho low notes of a
church organ. Counting all tho deaths
from all tha storms during a year, we
find that the chance of being killed by
lightning is less than one in a hundred
thousand. The risk In the city may be
nld to be five times less than In the
country. Dwellers in olty houses may
be startled by peals of thunder, but
owing to the great spread of tin roofing
and fair ground connections, there is
very little danger. In. the country, if
buildings arc adequately protected, and
the momentum of tha flash provided
for, the occupant may feel secure. A
good conductor well grounded is nec
essary in all Isolated and exposed build
lags. Darns, especially when lined
with green crops, should have good
lightning conductors. The question ii
often asked: "Do trees protect V" The
answer is that the degree of protection
will vary with the character of the tree
and Its distance from a watercourse.
An oak ia mora liable to lightning
stroke than a beach. The character of
the wood, the area of leafage, the ex
tent nnd depth of root, will determine
tho liability to stroke. Another ques
tion which is often asked is whether
thero Is danger nbonrd a large steam
ship during n thunder storm. On the
contrary, there nre few safer places.
Sufllcicnt metal with proper superficial
area is interposed in the path of the
lightning, and its electrical energy con
verted into hnrndrss hont and rapidly
dlsilpnted. Accidents occur chiefly be
cause the victims ignornntly place
themselves in the line of greatest
strain, und thus form pnrt of the pnth ol
discharge. For this reason, it is not
wise to stand under trees, near flag
poles, or maBts, in doorways, on
porches, close to fireplaces, or near
barns. Those who are not exposed in
any of these ways may feel reasonably
safe. It should be remembered, in the
event of accident, that lightning doet
not always kill. It more often results
in suspended animation, than in somatic
death. Therefore, in case of accident,
try to restore nnimntion, keep the body
warm, and send for a physiciau without
delay. Alexander McCabe, in Century.
TORPEDOES WITHOUT WIRES.
How tha Deadly Explosives Are to B
trd by Meauaa of
Contemporaneous with the sitting ol
the international peace conference
comes the announcement of a new in
vention by which torpedoes are to b
rendered more deadly In modern war
fare then heretofore.
The invention, duo to Walter Jamie
son and John Trotter, consists in util
izing tho "ethereal" or "Hertzian"
waves, which uro the bnsla of wireles
telegraphy, as a means of steering and
controlling torpedoes on their deadly
The apparatus is made in several
forms, which differ principally in the
means by which tho current induced
by the waves is applied to tho steering
mechanism. The best arrangement con
sists of n coil of iron wire, or "solenoid,"
that becomes magnetic on receiving the
ethereal waves, and is thus rendered
capable of sucking into Itself a magnet,
the motion of which brings about any
required change in tho steering gear
of tho torpedo.
Tho lntter ia fitted with two rods,
which project abovo tho water and
servo as "receivers" that 1b, means of
collecting the waves. Each of the rods
is in connection with n coll of the type
described, ono on the right of tho tor
pedo and one on tho left, and, accord
ing us tho right-hand or the left-hand
rod absorbs the waves, so tho torpedo
is guided to the right or left.
Tho means adopted iu using the ap
paratus is as follows: Suppose that the
torpedo is fired in the usual manner
and that its courso is seen to swerve
from its upper path. From tho torpedo
boat electric waves are immediately
dispatched by the processes used in
wireless telegraphy in auch a manner
that they only affect cither the 'right
nana or lett-nana coll controlling the
helm, which ia thus turned in any re
quired direction, and the original
course of the torpedo reproduced.
When this is accomplished the elec
tric wnves are stopped and the helm
lies back to the midship posltiom.
Largo models of the apparatus have
been experimented with, and it ia said
that perfect aucoeaa has been obtained
mnder all possible conditions. Since
the new method of guiding torpedoes Is
greatly superior to the old, which made
use of eleetrio wires, it is evident that
the new invention will be an important
factor ia future caval warfare. Loa
ioaltalL Mr. Tousg Elephants Ut 400
lYoung Tax afraid your mother Is go
ing to be an elephant on our hands.
N. Y. World.
HABITS ft DIET.
Excess In Entlntr nnd Drinking
Conducive to Oltcalty and
Tho lower animals in wild llfodonot,
appear 10 require tne ncrviccs ui u vcv
crlnory surgeon, nor do c hear of dis-
enso or epidemics raging nmong them.
Though they range over fields dotted
here, there and everywhere with poi
sonous weeds, a God-given instinct
touches them what to shun, tho savor
doubtless Indicating to the senses what
constitutes improper food. Domesti
cated animals would enjoy a like ex
emption, from dlscnse if, without the
Intervention of man, they wero permit
ted to confine their diet nnd linblts of
life to the nll-sutllcicnt proisions of
nature; but mnn corrals them in un
sanitary places, applies tho overfeed
ing, cramming processes nnd reverses
natural conditions ns he also docs for
himself by his own personal hnblts, nnd
thus wo havo the man glutton nnd the
bruto 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 educated to cat and drink only
those simple things which nre health
ful, Mfe-givlng and primarily designed
to prolong life, the average youth is
reared by tho ovcrindulgent mother
as a monstrosity of perverted appetite,
with a consequent inclination to run
the entire gamut of abnormal feeding,
including nil tho sIopB that aro sold
over the bar or fountain counter. What
wonder is it that tho boys of the na
tion nro developing so mnny cigarette
wrecks and juvenile tipplers with
crippled Intellects nnd lack of capacity
for any purpose worth living for? Too
many of our boys arc educated glut
tons, a condition of disease aa inex
orable and exacting as tho drink or
drug habit. The obese man or woman
will tell us that ancestry is to blame for
their inherited (?) condition, never
seeming to realize that they consume
each day food enough to sustain three
or four hard-working sons of toll, nnd
they are mountains of fnt only because
they gorge their nnntotny beyond na
ture's capacity to eliminate, leaving it
no other alternative than to store the
surplus hero nnd there on vital organs,
tissues nnd muscles, us waste matter
that cannot be disposed of while the
supply is unchecked. The lctlm dies
ten or twenty years before his allotted
time has expired. Vital statistics show
an evcr-incrcnslng percentage of
dentliB by heart failure, nervout pros
tration, etc., yet tho process of cram
ming the children goes on in increas
ing ratio. The appetite habit requires
a cure, and if mothers would initiate
it in the nursery by the application of
common sense methods, they would
rear fewer drunkards nnd self-inchilg-ent
derelicts and sheds fewer tears in
old age because of the preverse- habits
they havo unwittingly enforced. Ban
Statk ok Ohio, City ofTolkuo
Lucas County. f
Frank J. Chenoy makes oath that ko
Is thosouior partner of thu ill in of F,
J. Chonoy & Co., doing business in tho
city of Toledo, county of Lucas, stnto
aforesaid, and that eaid firm wi.ll pay
tho sum of One Hundred Dollars for
each and every caso of catarrh that
cannot be cured by the use of Hall's
Fkank J. Cheney.
Sworn to boforo mo and subscribed
in my presence this Otb day of Docom
iler, 1880. A.' W. Gleason.
bbal Notary Publio.
Hall's Catarrh Curo is takon inter
nally and acts directly on tho blood
nnd mucous surfaces of tho system.
Sond for testimonials, froe.
F.J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O:
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills nro thu best.
A Gift t. Give.
It is often difficult to decide what to
get (your frionds for holiday gifts.
Horo is a suggestion:
"Qood morning, Jennie, I have
brought you a nice presont," said Gor-
trudo as sho banded her friend a neat
ly wrapped package
Tho pale, woary looking girl, who
was slowly recovering from sovoro ill
ness, opeucd tho bundle and hold up a
largo bottlo of clear, rich modlcino.
Hood's Sarsaparillul" sho exolaimod.
"I have been reading about it today
and wished I had a bottlo."
On Now Year's Day Jennie was ablo
to bo out on tho streets, and tohor
friends who reraarkod how well sho
looked sho simply said "Hood's Sar
saDarllla." and everyone of them know
that it was this great modlcino that
had gives baok her health.
hat Do tha CyisVaa Driak.
Don't dive thorn tea or coffee. Have
you tried the new food drink called
Grain-O. It is delicious ad nourish
ing and takes the place of coffee. The
more Grain-O yos give the children
the more health you distribute throsgh
their systems. Grain-0 is made ef
pure grains, asd whea properly pre
pared tastes like the choice grades ef
cofee but cost about one-foarlhas
Bauch. All grocers sell it. lSe and Mo.
Ask your grocer today to show you s
package of Grain-O, tbe new food
drink that takes ihe place of coffee.
The children stay drink it without in.
Jury aawell as the adult. All who try
It, like it. Grain-O has that rich seal
brown of Mocha or Java, but it is made
from puro grains, and thu most dolioato
stomach receives it without distress.
One-fourth the price of coffee 15o and
HIS SIGHT RESTORED.
Modren Miracle Performed on R. A. Wade
Chicago's Great Criminal Lawyer.
Nine Day's Wonder in the Middle West
R. A. Wade was Totally Blind from Kid-
ney Dlsease-Dodd's Kidney Pills Cured
the Kidneys and Restored His Eyesight.
Chicago, III., Dec. 7-U. A. Wade,
tho criminal lawyer of this city who
defended Pondorgnst nnd who has
beon engaged in n score of othor sou
sationnl trials In tho last fow years has
becomo additionally famous. Mr.
W'ndo's eyes had failed him utterly
and it wac thought that ho would bo
obliged to retire from tho bnr. But by
what sconis a mlraclo Mr. Wndo's oyo
sight has been completely rostorcd. It
Is givon out that n patent medicino,
Dodd's Kidnoy Pills, was tho means by
which Mr. Wade rccovorod tho uso of
his eyes and n reporter called to got
tho dotails of what scorned to bo a gen
uine modern miraolo.
"How Is it that a medicine intended
for the kldnoys was tho means of heal
ing your eyesight?" Mr. Wado was
"I was troubled with rheumatism
and kidnoy troublo for years before I
went blind," said Mr. Wado. "My
condition gradually grow worso and
worso in spito of all I could do to im
prove it. Tou know what kidney dis
ease is don't you?"
"I don't know that I do exactly,"
replied tho reporter.
"Well," said Mr. hWado, "I'll tell
you, Tho kidneys nre the filters of the
blood. In kidney diseases they get
clogged up and the impurities remain
in the system. Urio acid is generated
which causes rheumatism by lodging
in tho joints. Well this uric acid not
only gavo me rheumatism but it at
tacked my oyes which wero already
strained owing to ovorwork. There
suit was I booama totally blind."
"And Dodd's Kidnoy PiIls:restored
"Perfectly. Thoycurod tho kldnoys.
The uric acid was strainrd out of my
system. My rheumatism was com
pletely cured and my sight camo
"It is certainly a scusationnl curo,"
said tho reporter.
"It gives mo great pleasure to rcc-
ommond Dodd's Kidnoy Pills," said Mr.
Wado in conclusion. "I am convinced
that they will euro all troubles arising
from disordered kidneys."
Mr. Wado is at present senior mem
ber of tho Arm of Wado & Weil, and is
at presont occupying a suito of rooms
nt 802, 160 Washington street, Chicago.
Beaaty la IJIood 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 tnc lazy liver and driving all im
purities Irom the
dv. lieain to-dav to
les, boils, blotches, blackheads,
nnd that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Cascarets, beauty for ten cents. All drug
BiBio, eaiisiaciion guaranteed, iuc, ioc, ouc.
Regular examinations for persons
desiring to leach in Webster county
are hold in tho superintendent's office
at Red Cloud, tho third Saturday in
Eva J. Cask, County Supt.
To Cora Oonatlpatloa Forever.
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. lOo or Wo.
It C. 0. 6. fall oure, drofriaas refua aaoaay.
Educate Your Ilowala With Cuacnreta.
Candy Catnurtlc, curo conntlpotlon forever.
100.26c. IIC.C.C fall, dramlsia refund money
aw Ar. Tear Kldaeya f
Dr. nohba' Baaratrus Pills cnre all kidney Ills. Baav
ale fre. Add. Hurling Bevady Co., Chicago or N. T.
Who is crippled by accident or deformity
hardly understands the meaning of the
word "crippled" as compared with the
victim of rheumatism, tie is not only
bent and twisted, but also racked with
nain so cruel that
he envies the crip
ple who stumps
along on a wooden
leg, whistling as
he goes. Rheu
matism is known
to-day as a blood
disease. It can only
be cured through the
icine, Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Dis
covery, cleanses the
blood of the arid
poisons which cause
the blood is cleansed
the rheumatsm is
There is no alcohol
in "Golden Medical
Discovery' and it is
absolutely free from
opium, cocaine, and
all other narcotics.
Mr. B. J. McKaickt.
of Odea, WttaWsasVarg
Coaaty. a C, writes:
I had beta taeabled
with rataaaaUsai foc
twelve year, eo had
at ttaaea I caald ae4 Ware say ted. I waa
kadty. crippled. Tried saaay doctors, awl two
at thesa gave me up to die. . Noae of them
did na any good. Tbe pataa in my Baca, bibb
aad Irga (aad at tlmca in my head), would
aearlyn ia. My appetke waa yrv ted.
RreTTbodv who saw me raid I moat die. I
tawkSvatettka of 'Golden Medical Discovery,'
and four rials or relicts.' aad to-day my beHk
is good, after suffering twelve years with rbe
sh liver can be cured bv
r. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.
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rrW BTM.W iu.Vkrt.rt. W. ry Ik. VnlekU I
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK ?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers Is suro to know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
L Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
II the great kidney, liver
e It is tho great medl-
"-fi ral Irlnmnh of Vi nine
teenth century; dis
covered after years of
scientific research by
Dr. Kilmer, the emf-
nent kidney and blad
der SDCClallst. and i
wonderfully successful In promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Brlght's Disease, which Is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. KllmerTs Swnmp-Root Is not rec-ommendedforeverythlngbutlfyouhavekld-ney,
liver or bladder trouble It will be found
just the remedy you need. It has been tested
In so many ways, In hospital work, In private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
chase relief and has proved so successful In
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling mora about Swamp-Root and how to
find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention reading this generous
offer In this paper and
send your address to
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blng
hamton, N. Y. The
regular fifty cent and Honaot sanp-Root.
dollar sues are sold by all good druf fists.
MlMflra4 (ho .ortaraa of tha ataraat
vrlth protruding- pllts brousbt on br cooatlpa
Uoa with which I waa afflicted for twenty
Cars. I ran across your CASCARETS In the
wn of Nawall. Ia., and nevar found any thin
to aqual tnam. To-day I am anilrely free froai
ptlaa and real Ilka a naw nan."
O U. Kun, Mil Jonas St., Sioux City, la.
Ws aaa CATHARTIC
Plettant. PaUUble. Pottnt, Taite flood. Do
Qood, N.Tor Sicken. Weaken, or Grip.. 10c. 36c, SOc.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
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W.Tfi B)fM Bold and rnarantcrd by alldmc
IUBAU Rliuto CUKETobacco UabU.
Nothln lt .drift tin murh
to tbech.riuof thu rtravTli a
room or txjutlolr thr tof ilr roll
Dt ll.ht from COKDOVA Pimlliw.
Nothing will contribute man to tlio
nutle.uco.gi4 of tlin luncbion,
te or dinner. Tu bprtbeiar.tiiv
cndl.. for tha almbleiit tr fhe
moat elaborate fnnction for rot.
tajre or manaion. Mad. In ell color
ana in. moat d.iicate tint, tj
BTANDAItn OIL CO.
and eold ererrw hero.
Ilraata with yoo whath.r yon eoatlas. tb.
r.aaor.a tb. dMlr. for labajx-o.
at aanroua diatraM, eipel. nloo-
aine, poriDM an. diooo, 1
aaakee you atrooc
caj.B cored, liuy
ouch torn. Take Itwtta
own drartut. h
"boi.ai, uuallyoureei SboiM.as.ie,
ennlMd to car., or w. rf end money.
Datl.ntlr.iMra la tanilT.OBa
awawy w. , wkMas, BMinti. SMt.
plaanaat end. beautlflej tb. bale
rromou. laaunani Rovm
Merer Tall, to Baatore Oray
U.lr XoU Youthful OolorT
Cure, acalp diwawa a hair falUac,
Notice Ib hereby given that by virtue of an or
nor 01 toe District court or uaee county, Hcbrae
ka, lathe chho of tbe state of Nebraska, plaintiff
vs Beatrice Savings bank, defendant. I, William
u. iyeuane, receiver or. tne iieatrico savings
Dank of Beatrice, Nebraska, will offer for sale
at publio miction and sell to the highest bidder
ror casn in nana, an tne rignt, tine ana interest
of said Beatrice Savings Dunk In and to tha fol
lowing deecrlted real estate In Webster county,
No. aaa. Farrep. The soutbweit quarter of
Hecion ir, iuhs imiigo 11, iu yveosiercounty,
No. 6M3. Iliutcn. The southeast quarter of
section i, towiirS, rango Vi, In Webster county,
No. bilO. Wilson. The southeast quarter of
nectlon 14, town 1, rango 10, In Webster county
Said sale will be conducted at tho law office- of
W. O. Lellane In tho German National bank
building, in tho city or Beatrice. Gago county,
Nebraska, commencing promptly und without
delay at 0 o'clock a.m.. stainlard time, on tho
ictn uay or uecemDcr, tow
Dated, November Utb, i860.
William C LbIIake,
Kccclvcr ef the lleatrlce Saalngs llank.
ESTATE OF AI.FUED WOOD, SUPPOSED
TO HE DBAI).
In tbe Orphans' Court of Montgomery County
Notice ia hereby glvejl that Charles Fenny
packer haa made, application to the Orphana'
Courr.of Montgoraory Qftunty. Pennsylvania, for
letters of admiuliaratljn on the estate of Alfred
Wood, late of NorBstfwn, Pennsylvania, (son of
Zllpba Wood, declasfd,) who ia supposed to bo
dead ; and said rob tf has granted a rule, requir
ing the supposed decedent. If alive, or any ather
Kreon for him. to vrodnce to the court on or
faro the 2nd day af January. A. D., IMO, sat
isfactory evidence of his cenUnuance In life.
Otherwise the prayer of aald peUtlen will be
E ran led. William P. Youno.
arxblibb & Gibsok. Clerk af Courts,
Attorneys, Nerrlstown, Peana.
Orttcr ef Hearing en PrabaU ef FcMelgn
State of Nebraska, Webster connty, ss
m9 oi iieuru.a, ntiiBwi tvuuij, mn.
At a County Court, held at Ihe County Court
roosa. in ana lor saiu cuuuiy, xu
D. 1SS9. -r
In and for said connty, Novemberfeth, A.
la tha matter of the estate of Kobert B, Katen.
OnreaiiBgandflllnxthepeslUan of John W.
JehnsoD.praylng that thalnatrument pnrportlnj;
la ba a duly authenUcavsd copy of tha last win
and Tests m ent o:
ha.ia tharaof bv tl
nt MMAleaas. ataSt tl XasaaehatelU. aad
day filed lu thla eurt, may be allowed, filed,
prebaiea aaa recosnaa aa tae iui w iu aaa i e
tamsnt of said deoiMed In and for Ihe state of
Nebraska, and tba letters Issue testamentary
thereon to paUUonev as executor thereof .
Ordered, that December tnd, A. D. I8ti. at H
o'clock a.. la assigned for bearing said peUUen
when all parsons Interested In said matter may
tuuci w L'V llliu ,l n ,n
tne prayer or
; and that no
lion and the
kurin. thereof be slven to all Demons Interest
ed In said matter by ptibllfhlng a copy efthls
order In the lUn Cloud Ciiixr. a weekly news
paper printed In said countr for three success
(vo weeks, prior lo said day of bearing.
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bafB a. I BBaww
m .. i i awakao
r.ssm aa 11 ifia
a.a-ai aaavw aa saasi
dmb. .ra ' aamrw aaaratip
appear ai a county
said oeuntr. and show causa wny
RiUUoner sheuld not be granted;
v nt tha Twtndener af aald net
B. & M. R.Y
RED GLOUD, NElill.
SI. LOUIS and
all points cast und
SAL'l LAKE CI
and all point
T1U1NB LEAV1S AS FOLLOWS!
No, 13. rne'enger dully for Obcrlla
nnd St. I'rAiiclnbrnncbea.Ox
ford, McCook, Denver nud all
lolnt nc8t............... 7:55 a .in
No, 14. I'atscugur dally for St. J no,
Kunran City, Atchison. St.
I.ouIh. Lincoln via Wymoro
nml nil points eaat unit south 3:05 a.m.
No. 16. I'a.FeiiKer. dally. Dinrer, all
points in Colorado, Utnh nnd
Cnllfornla . . - 8:20 p.m.
No. IS. 1'awiiKcr, dnlly for bt. Joe.
Khiiah City. AU'hlson, bt.
I.uula and nil toliits east ami
Nn. 141. Accommodation, dally except
land, lllaclc llllls and
nolnls In tho northwent
1:0 p. u.
No. 143. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday, Oberllu, Kansaa, and
Intermediate itaUoni, via Ite-
publican u :30 a.i
rrelahL dailr. Wvmora and
BL Joe and Inlerasedlate
No. 68. Freight, dally for Repnblloaa
ur leans, uxrora ana all points
west, 10:10 a. at.
Freight, dally except Suada:
rrmore and all nolnt nul
ore and all point oast 7:00 a.sa.
Freight dally to Oxford and
. Bleeping, ainmr, ana reollnlng chair cart,
(seats free) en through trains. Tickets sold and
baggage checked to any point In the United
States or Canada.
For Information, time tables, maps orfltkeaa
eall on or address A. Conover, Agent, Red
Cloud, Nebr. or J. Francis, General Passenger
Agent Omaha, Nebraska.
Sleeping, dlnlnr, and reolinln
Caveats, and Trade-Mark obtained and aU Pat-'
eniDuaioesaconaucteaior Moderate rata.
ua orricc is Ostsitc u. a. PaTCNTOmesC
and we can secure patent u less time taaa IMacC
remote from Washington. X
Bead model, drawinr or ehota.. with AuhIiiJ
itlon. We adriae, if patentable or not, free oft
juusv. wnrieo doiououii patent uatenrca.
'AMrHLrr. " now to ubtaln ratents." wiUC
.. -. "i . i. .;-". . r
cost of some in tbe U. S. and forelgsi coontriesC
ku tree. Aaorcas,
Orncc, Washinqton. D.
Anyone sending a sketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free w
InTentlan Is probably patentable. Commnnloav
llanclhook on PalAnl.
sent ire, uiaeet
ajiAtipT for aar-urlno nMlmn
Patents taken through Mann A Co. recelre
ency jot eecunngjiaiania.
vecfaU nolle, without cbarga, In the
A handeomely lllnstrated weekly. Tarcest Mr-
cuiaxion 01 inr Hwmun marnu. -TiirBi.. hx &
.;-.. r: ..-'. - rm t--t'-.'-w
cri luuriuuuiufi. ooki oyau newaoaaienv
ft SStBraadwn.WBtlf Yfirlf
Offloe, hb F Bt, WashlBaTton, D, C.
m viiiussjcatxsus'ti SHUUSH
k. lUtS aad tUU aaMaUI. Wim, naM
w,m mm ntm. Take etsier. Uaa
iarerua nMtltalua, ail lauta
b Bay ; jHf Oraestav r Ma44, Tu
sw rrt.uUra. TaMtaataCd
ta. af ALL. latMIWwtd. Wik.
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W ICTVE rESTOsH
araaa Mtriaa aaam. aaar
free I. ru pMiaaia, SJ7.j
lalllM rf Ufalrtae. Wl Atoh Bl , ralUariptia. fa. .
rMflrL. Ha M lir. KUh. Lta. B.lto.
Our Coal is SUPERIOR
STILL, SELL AL THE SAME OLD
Waqon Soale8 Baok of Offioe.
Day and sell Baled Hay, Corn, Oatav
Millet, Barley, Etc,
Full lino of Flour and Feed on hand.
W. B. KOBY,
No. l Thikd Av. PnotntlKo.Ht
J ALWAYS ON TAP.
35o per package. Sold by all grocers.
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