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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 20, 1900)
There nro few women nsbenu-
5 tiful nB they might be. Powder 5
nnd paint nnd cosmetics don't
make good looks. Beauty in
2 Bimply an impossibility without S
health. Beautiful women nro
few because healthy women are
5 few. Tlio way to have a fair 5
face nnd a well-rounded figure J
is to take m
This is that old and time-tried
medicine that cures all female
troubles and weaknesses and
drains. It makes no diifcrenco
what the doctors call tho trou
ble if there is anything the
matter in tho distinctly feminine
organs, Bradfield's Fc
male Regulator will help
and euro it. It is good for ir-
rnmilnr nr Tinlnful mnrmf mntinn!
2 for loucorriioon, for falling of tho 2
( womb, for nervousness, head- jg
aohe, backacho and dizziness.
Toko. .ty and get well. Then
your old-time cirlish features
and figure will be restored.
Sold bvdrtiKuliU for SI abottje,
THE BllUbHELD REGilLAT 6R CO.
Nebraska Republicans Making
Preparations to Reclaim
the State from Fusion
Clinirman Lindsay of llic Stale Ccn-
Inil Commit (e Formulating I'luns
for a Vigorous Campaign.
Able Orators are to bo Secured and
Everything That I'erlnius to a
Campaign of Education Will
Concerted lCHiirl In Itu .Miutn to tlvilrinii
Kcliruakn I'rcim I'lulnti Vlera Which
Tlirentvu Her I'iiIiHc lii.tltullona.
ApprcclatlnB tho potency of nn edu
cational campalgu, find Imposing con
fidence In tho auRuclty and Intelligence
of thu cloctorato of Nebraska, tho re
publicans have opened up headquarters
at tho Iter Orand, In Ornana, aud aro
prcpurlng to conduct a vigorous cam
paign along this line.
The campaign In Nebraska will bo
directly In charge of H. C. Lindsay,
Chairman of tho Stato Central OOill
mltteo, and he will bo ably assisted
uy coinp2ieiii men ai mo neau 01 tno
various departments who will dovoto
LElIt TO Mil, riNXHAU NO, 78,463
"I wns v sufferer from female weak
ness. Every month regularly as tho
menses came, I suffered dreadful pains
lu uterus, ovaries
were directed and
I had my children
very fast and it
A year ago I was
taken with flood
ing and almost
died. Tho doctor uveii gave me up and
wonders how I ever lived.
"I wrote for Mrs. PinUham'.s ndvleo
nt Lynn, Mass.. and took lior medicine
and began to got well. 1 took several
bottles of the Compound and used tho
Sanative Wash, and can truly Nay that
I am cured. You would hardly know
mo, I nm fooling and looking so well.
Lydlu 10. I'inkham'n Vogotnlilo Com
pound made mo what I iiiii."-Miii.
.1. l' Stiii.icii, 101 Mkciianio St.,
Camiikn. X. .1.
Hotv Mr. Ilrmvii Wit Helped.
" I must tell you that Lydlu K. Pink
hain's Vegotablo Compound has dono
more for me than any doctor.
" I was troubled with irregular
menstruation. Last-summer I began
the use of your Vegetable Compound,
and after taking two bottles, 1 have
been regular every month since. I
recommend your medicine to all."
Miw. Maooik. A. Uitow.N, West Pt.
Pl.I'.AHANT, N. J.
IIXNRMAI. AIIENT roll
Mccormick - machinery.
Krrr o iiami
Twine, Oils Axle (lrnc Wind Mill. I'ninpa.
mul I'arm Mnclilnery
.THRESHING MACHINES and ENGINES.
r. d. bedford,
Real - Estate, - Insurance,
Agent lor the KiiriTAiH.i: Lifk Asscit-
lhat tf McKlnloy was elected, farm
Droducts would decline In value. On
all their time nnd enorfry to rcclalmlnK 'the contrarv thev have advanced.
vM.raaku from fusion nilamauagq- Ho sad tho adoption of a gold stand'
tucut, ." . rc
l'rcMdctit McKliilry. masses.
cRvouTd precipitate a slavery of tho
asses. On tho contrary, It has re-
Looking out upon a peaceful soa of lulted In better wcgos, moro money and
nrnnnriif iinminntiinii in ilium iv Mm ' cenenu lirosnerlty. Ho said tnrougn
BUtesmaiiHlilp of McKlnloy It waa In Itho free coinage of silver alono could
keeping with good Judgment and sound
reasoning for tho republicans in na
tional convention assembled to attest
their appreciation and gratitude by
unanimously choosing William Mclttn
ley for their presidential candidate.
In the four years he had been at tlio
prosperity come. Free coinage was
defeated along with Ilrynn and such
yrosporlty ns tins country has never be
fore known now prevails.
nut Nebraska, though swept by ad
versity from end to end under a dem
ocratic administration, which, barring
regarded and trampled upon. Tliero
Is not a state Institution that Is not
blighted by dishonesty or cursed by
Incompetency. Tho public patronago
has been divided up as spoils among
tho politicians, and they In turn havo
their care. Nebraska under tho nd
lootcd tho trensury, and, In most in
stances, wrecked tho Institutions under
ministration of Governor Poyntcr has
paid a tcrrlblo trlbuto to Ignoranco
and Incompetency. This appllos no
moro to Poyntcr than to the rest of
tho state olllclals, particularly to tho
Attorney General's department, whero
tho people havo been treated to an
exhibition of torn torn beating that
would startle the Chinese.
'llu Mnto Ticket.
In nominating a stato ticket tho re
publicans, having In mind tho ovlls
of the fusion administration, nnd tho
necessity of selecting honest ana cap
ablo men. nomlnnted a ticket com
posed of tlio Htiongest material in tho
partv. It headed tho ticket with C.
II. nietrlch for Governor, a man of
wldo business experience and splendid
Judgment. In uuslncss and social af
fairs Mr. Dietrich commands tho rc
Bpect and esteem of all. Ho is not a
politician, in tho general acceptation
of that term, but Is a citizen who rec
ognizes tho right of the people to
summon him to duty, nnd a compllanco
with that request Is at tho same tlmo
an Implied promise and anmirnnce that
ho will, it elected, perform that duty
fearlessly, honestly and conscientious
ly. The election of air. uioiricn win
Insure an economic, buslncss-llko ad
ministration, and would put tho Insti
tutions and tho affairs of tho stato
In tho hands of a man who is oted
for his honesty nnd shrewd business
E. P. Savage, the nomlnco for Lieu
tenant Goyqrnor, lfl well and favorably
town Throughout tho state. Ho is
notod for his sterling qualities. Tho
same may be said of G. W. Marsh,
candidate for Secretary or titato; Wil
liam Stucfer, candldato for Treasurer;
Charles "Weston, candldato for Audi
tor; George D. Follmer, candidate for
Lanil Commissioner; ft . rrout, cfcn
.n,inn tnr Attorney General; ana W.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Con
as mercury will surely destroy tho
sense of smell anil completely ilerango
tho whole system when entering it
through tho mucous surfaces. Such
articles should neror boused except on
prescriptions from reputable physi
cians, as the ilamago they will do is ton
fold to the good you can possibly de
rive from them. Hall's Catarrh Ctir
manufactured by F. J.Chcnoy & Co.,
Toledo, O., contains no tnorcury and is
taken internally, acting directly upon
I the blood and mucous sut faces of the
system. In buying Hall's Ciitanh Cure
be sure you get tho genuine. It is tak
en internally nnd in made- in Toledo,
O , by F .J. Cheney & Co. Testimon
S.ild by druggists, pfice To cents per
Hall's Family Pills aro the best
Isymirnamo written there? Where
On out' subscription books for Hit last
vcar in the 19th century. It should br.
of Chicago Praises
Pills. They Have
Cured Him of
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Chicago, III., Aug. So, 1899,
The )(Ht(! Medicine Co., Hulfnlo, N, Y.
Gentlemen: Your Kidney Pills are nil that
you claim for them I lind been a sullerer (or a
long time from Rheumatism, and Dodd'.i Kidney
Pills Is the unlyremedyth.it ever did me any
good, I nm completely cured and recommend
Dodd's to anyone suffering from Klteumitlsm.
Dodil'fl Khliiev rills cure all
Diseases of llic Kidneys.
Sold by all dealers In medi
cine, 0 cents a box or six boxes
for $2.50. Sent on receipt of
price bv The Dndds Mediclna
Co., Iluu-alo, N. Y.
holm of stato ho had not only banished tho Bllver proposition, waa a reminder
distress from tho doorway of injlllons 0 what Bryants election meant, gavo
of American homes, but ho had gono , us
forth to u. struggling neonle of unhannf
Islands and torn from tnelr limits tho
volo to Dryan. IVJt will It do this
year? will it sUU believe in a propnei
Dr. 1. A. Cukighton,
Honorary (Jniduatu & Silver Medalist
Western University, Canada.
Calls Answerkd Day and Nioiit.
OrrrctOriK Cost's I'liiimcT,
..l.n lin fntlnn nnil In nrnnhpslpn which
cjbajus of servitude and silenced for- when now held up before the lamp of
ever tno sovereignly over tnem or. ono lnieiiigeiictittUA cAyurittu. "ju'v;' i
of the most merciless monarchies dfcuTous? Will It turn Its back to tho
known to modern history. 'ndvnnco ngent of prosperity and Its
i in- virfi nhTiihey. I faro to the advance ngent of tho silver
Mindful of" the importance of positive or bullion trust? Will It still insist
and experienced statesmanship, the re- on the government making it so th;it
publicans placed, as second on tho the man who produces silver bullion
ticket, that sturdy compatriot Thco- Can have its valuo Increased 100 per
doro Hoosevelt Tliero aro few names ,.f,nt. so that ho may trade GO oonts
In American politics better known than ' worth of silver bullion for n i)oll;tr'a
tuts, ami none more syuiDouc oi non-
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
and cheerfulness soon
disappear when the kid
neys are out of order
or diseased. ;
ruuney trouoie nas
become so prevalent
that it Is not uncommon
for a child to be born
i? afflicted with weak kid
neys. If the child urin
ates too often. If the
urine scalds the flesh or If, when the child
vAOArtor nn Ifrn tunri 1t ebmitrl Vim nVtl tr
K. Fowler, candidate for Superintend- controi tne passage, It Is yet afflicted with
ent of Schools. All theso candidates be(j.weltng, depend upon It. the cause of
were selected on account of their cs- lhe difficulty Is kidney trouble, and the first
peclal fitness for the rrx,tlvo posl-'.p hou!d b. t0,vard3 the treatment of
tlons. in one wny unu uuiu ww important organs, mis unpleasant
will havo important duties to perform, troubie s due to a diseased condition of the
duties which take Into account the kldneys and bladder and not to a habit as
Interests of the state, and In the prop-. most peop)e suppose, Ztt!
cr performance of which the people vomen as well as men are made mls-
of Nebraska aro yuany iniercsieu uuu crable wUn kIdney and baddr trouble,
Alg I V
and both need the same treat renedv.
electors Tne miid and the Immediate effect of
iTuring the campaign
mwi nnnnrtunltv or ncnring party ih- u., ,ii
taua -...-.-- v w- u ui. t. ijui i
sues discussed by some or tlio amesi cent and onc dol)ar pvTjjj,
orators oi uic nauun. nn u". 3:e3, you may have a p-Hitf B-riHsSfiJ
bo made to secure Governor Roosevelt sampi0 bottle by mall ,U!itlHS
free, also pamphlet tell
Nebraska will have tho pleasure Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It Is sold
opportunity of henrlng party Is- b druggists, in fifty- pC'K'Z-
nnd other speakers eqiuuij
Our Coal is SUPERIOR
STILL SELL AL THE SAME OLD
Waqoh SoAub Back op Offioc.
HuyaiuUell Haled Ha-, Corn, Oats
Millet, Barley, Ete.
r'ull lino of Flour anil Feed on hand.
W. B. ROHY,
So. 1 Tiiikd Av. I'iioni: So. fil
J. S. EMIGH,
Y TQU WANT IT.
GrowD I Bridge WrkirTlh Wiihui Plilei
And U lis Isteit ImproTemeutlo denial dscq
esty. Ildellty and lntollectunl and moral
qualities. I'.nosevolt hns won his po
sition In popular confidence In tho
open forum, whore as soldier and civil
ian he hns exhibited such qualities as
aro found only In the most unsullied
type of American citizenship. A man
of lofty patriotism, broad nnd progres
sive Ideas, schooled In tho science of
government, ho Is a strong companion
piece to McKlnloy and his cnndldacy
bears with It an aBsurnnce of honesty,
patriotism, caro and circumspection
worth of wfioat, or corn, or labor, or,
will It be loyal to itself and insist on
getting fiO cents worth of silver or TiO
cents worth of gold for r0 cents worth
of wheat, corn or labor?
Nehruskn Otherwise Conrrrnel.
And Nebraska Is otherwlso con
cerned than In tho ultlmato triumph
of tho national republican tlckot. Tho
success of tho congressional and stato
tickets are of tho highest importance.
The re-election of Congressmen
Burkett and Mercer should by no
means fall. Doth havo rendered splen
itis nervico. Conkressman Uurkett
I. li. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS.
Lock llox S3. Ouldc Hock, Neb.
All kinds of property bought, sold anil
In the administration of
fairs. Roosevelt may justly no hnB duriB u8 term, secured the
claimed by tho west as its repro- 1n,nnpn of 3i2 nenslons. mostly
tentative for, though a rMiilont ol w $ tf0 acvlt wnr. Ho has
New York, ho has for many years been bC(Jn j jke jorCer, a strong advocate
Interested In the stock industry In tho of t'no rural ninn Berj'lco, and has
DaTTotns' and has spent much of his BIICceC(iC(i jn establishing threo of
time on the frontier. No man In nubile hc80 r0UtC3 jn nia district, with more
llfo Is more mindful of his duties. 1 10 oiiow lie has also succeeded in
Whether his task bo to stand between ' mivinR BCveral additional iKistolllces
tho people and rapacity, or to lead a eHtubllshpd Though not on the corn
column of soldiers against a death; ,M no vns 8uccessful In securing
dealing storm of shot nnd shell In the I nJ) npiiroirliitloii of $'-'."0,000,000 for
cause of humanity. aB he did at San ilt,r,,..n,nfM1tB alonir the Missouri
Juan hill, it is all the same. Man-1 ' m,w,iui niovislons being made
KTTORNEYS - RT - LKini.
Offcc ocr Jii4t OUIcc.
HEl) CLOUD, SEHHASKA.
Wo can surnish you brick in
tiny quantity at the lowest pos
sible rate, lhick on sale at
clthor of tho lumber yards.
Get Our Pricks Ubvokk You
Red Cloud, Neb.
hood Is there and It asserts Itself. '
MrKlnley and Itoosovolt botli men
of splendid typo. Hoth possessing a j
Judgment that Is profound. Moth stand I
for lonsenatlsni In public affairs fur
peace at all times when war can be
avoided without dishonor and consist-,
cut with the decrees and obligations
of humanity. They aro opposed to ,
militarism, and they both nro opposed
to a largo standing army. War has
only been accepted as an inevitable
nnd unavoidable obligation. They and
tho republican party favor the main
tenance of only such a standing army
ns will sutllce as a nucleus lu the event
of foreign complications and as Is sum
dent to malntuln law and order at
homo. The object of the American peo
ple ns typltled and sot forth in tlie re
publican party Is, not to subject ills
at Kulo and Ne-
Congressman Mercer was equally
successful In bocurlng appropriations
nnd concessions vastly beneficial to
tho state. Ho Ih a llrm advocato or
equitable reunions, and has gladdened
many n homo In his district by suc
., i.. onxiirintr tho .'lllowunco of a
Luro ... mv......r -
pension claim. Congressman .ueiuui
strongly champions tho rural
mail delivery system and hns dono
much to encourago It. Much credit is
duo him for tho Mlsaourl river appro
priation. . , ...
In the other districts tho republi
cans have chosen their candidates for
congress from among the very best
and ablest men-in tho party. Every
n., nt thi.o stands in Btrlct accord
with thn ndm nlstratlon. ana
The Wdy to CJo to California
is in a tourist sleeper, personally run
ducted, via tho HurliiiRtoii Route. You
make fast time. You see tho finest
scenery tn the globe.
Your car is not so expennively fur
nished as a palace sleeper, but it is
Just as clean, just ns'coinfortablo, just
as good to rido in and nearly $20.00
cheaper. Il has wi lu vestibules,
Tintscli gas; high backed seats; a uni
formed ptillmnn porter; clean bedding;
spacious toilet rooms; tables and n
heating large. Being strongly and
heavily built, it rides smoothly; is
warm In winter unu cool m summer.
In charge of each excursion parly is
an experienced' excursion conductor
vho accompanies it right through to
Los Angeles. . , , .
Cars leave Omaha, St. Joseph, Liu-
nin nnil llnslincr.V(!IV TllUlSllaV, M-
'V" ' " '. n . . I l? I...
riving Sun rrnnuiieci loiiowiiigouiimij,
Los Angeles Monday. Only three days
from the Micsouri river to tho Taeihe
coast, inclmllPR asiopover of 1 hours
it Denver and '2 hours at bait Lnkn
Citytwo of tho most inteiestinic cit
ies on tlii'contintnt. For folder giving
full iiiforina.ioii, call at any Hurling
ton Route ticket ollice, or write to
(Jcn'l Passenger Agent Oiniiliii, Nob.
nomo of Kaini-llnct.
Ing all about it. Including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co.. Blnghamlon, N. Y., be sure and
mention this paper.
HuaiANAN, Mich . Mu '2'2
(ieneseoPiiro Food Co., Lu Roy, N. Y.
(leiillemeii: My inaiiiina has been a
gieat cotTeo drinker and' has found it
very injurious. Having used several
paeknges of your (Jraln-o, tho drink
putes to the cruel nrbltnirticnt of : war. ';c,0ln mcaaB mlpport t0 ropbHcan-
uui iu M.-IW- "" iuoi.un.-v ....... , . tvnlfled In rresuioni mciviuio.
Abroad without resort to force. No nn-, '""" .V,1 '". but little mental
may ue naa
that makes your
tlon was more ably represented nor
more outspoken In ravor or peacoiui
arbitration In the settlement of Inter
national controversies nt Tho Hague
pcaeo conferenco than tho Unltfll
States, and the representatives of tho
United States In that conference bore
their commissions from William Mc
Klnley. Had ho favored military rulo
ii olinnlil rpnulrn but
energy to dotormlno tne iroporumtc
of supplanting fusion congressman
I'uilon Mhim lleform.
Fusion management, b a stench In
tho nostrils of the people of Nebraska.
Governor f oyntcr's administration has
mado It bo. Never ueioro in mo
hat takes tho placo of colTeo, she finds
it much better for horsolf and for us
children to drink. Slut has given up
colTee driiiKing entirely. Wo use a
package of Grnin-o every week. I am
their ten years old.
PRICKLY ASH BITTER
CLEANSES THE LIVER AND BOWELS
jreu uiiuuiry ruiu ihuhu . w. ":',."':.'" i, api
as a function of government It Is not, tory or io buuo . . '---,--
likely. In a conference held to suppress an oxh omoi, "" v" "be-
mllltnry rule, ho would commission and political depravity. Near uo
some of tlio ablest inen in the nation fore havo the nterests of the . people
whose protests against military adju- and pj.the s.tato been so .qpenlydU-
dlcatton were so torceuij ami urju1"1'1 1
ns to electrify tho world. At this con-1
forenco the I'nlted States took the lead
in favor of universal ilsnrmamcut, and
In this Tie commissioners from tho
United States voiced, not alone tho sen
timent of President McKlnloy, but the
recorded sentiment oi tno repuoncan
Nnlirniikn Will lie WMclieil.
In tho approaching campaign no
other state will be more closely
watched than Nebraska. One reason Is
that It Is tho homo of tho fusion can
dldato for president, William J. Ilrynn.
Another and still moro potent reason
Is that It Is nn agricultural and man
ufacturing sUito. and ns such has been
largely bonellteu uy repuuucan pru
rorlty. Four years ago, Nebraska,
hypnotlzod and frightened by tho allur
ing promises and startling predictions ,
of tho fusion campaigners, and by
thoso of Bryan In particular, gavo Ps
electoral vote to thefuslonlsts 'lho
'c,;f vnbnislca had faith In tho
nroulctlons oMho'boy orator'" and
Tho Ciiikk Calculating Pencil ena
bles any ono to liguru faster than the
briglitest brain can without its aid. A
twist of tho wrist brings tlio result.
Instructive, interesting and highly
useful. From this date wo will givo
ono with each dollar paid on subscription.
Tho Ciiikf and Chicago Intor Ocean
no year for $1.25.
. .. mninnc MniJlB.
A Vn WrtBTTrrVQ TWR STSTZM TV EHU1 r w- -
late. The bihrest surprise
you ever struck. Tin-:
Ciiikk calculating pen
cil is the most interest
ing educational device
of the age. A boon to
We nave on nana one
gross of these pencils
and will give one with
each dollar paid us on
subscription while they
last. If you want one
now is the time to get
it frae. They won't
last long. First come
ALWAYS UN TAP
l'romutra n luiurlant erowlh.
Never falls to llrntoro Qray
jintr iu nn louilliui l.gior.
Curil ifa'P ili.rmri J. htlr lallilie.
ax-, inj 1 1 mt l)m-lm
-4Tv o.-r!,,,' "" p'f iii"r.
nr r. '- r.uui I. .l a. Ml prufclll
loi tllltUh-STKHS KNUL.LS1I
In 1IKII .04 ll.lil in.lftlll Lata. ...I..I
I with blMrlbboi. TkH Aih. irn..
VJ Iaattrna MaattllatUat aad ImIUm
usbb. nj oi 7r iircllt .t Ma 4e. la
"'7.1'..'!. I'artltBlara. Te.llai.alal.
aaa "ll.ll.r far I.a4la,"m l.n. bj ro.
n UkII. ln.ouoT.iilM..i.u u.h.
' .ti n7.T7. ....l-'. '..7 V "7'?.'l
w. IT -"'"" . nwnnifr i nraiical fJa
WMoa Ull plf. MadUva I'ark. I'll I I.A.. I'AT
B. St M. H.Y
MCI) CLOUD, NA'liK.
S'J. J OK
SI. l.OVIS and
all points cast ami
SAll LAKE G'
nnd nil point
,C L.-COTTINC, SPEOIKL RCBNT.
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
Land Odlco nt McCtok. Neb., July 3, 1M0.
Vfltlra Ih licretjv clien that the followlllE
named bcttlcr linn filed notice of her Intention
to in r lie llnnl proof In tiippori of her claim, ami
Hint bald proof will bo m ail e before Jruich Ilnr
den. cleric of tho DlBirlct Court of Weilitcr
thoy followt'il itojpradc"li.lii. wnt
&tcd notjvJtlSrt.i.rJhiK nud his pro
dIellbnB llinC DOCH uxjiiouvu.
Bryan declwed from tlio rostruw ,
aTRVOllS JUMBIDie CO.
LUMBER AND COAL
Hit 2 Iain-Si' material. 13fco.
RED CLOUD. - - NEBRASKA
emmty. nt Ked Cloud, NebrnHka. on Saturday.
Auuiibt lHlh. 1900. Tlz: Mary J. Mcintosh 11 K
No. ly.'CS ror tne i.ot i,o ., iwp. i n, it u
She narnen tho following wllnesten to prove
her continuant reblrtenee upon and rnltlvatlon
of naldlaim, vli lltiRti W. (jiilllford. OmrlcH
Hniibon, Itayinoiitl W. hoiinlz, laneo uorRcn
on, all of Hed Clotul. Neb
Y. M. llATiuiuii, ItecelTcr.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Stale of Nebranlcn, l
Webiter County, f In the County Court.
In ih mutter of tlio cslate of Churlex Scluiltz.
Notlco Ih hcreby.Klven to nil persona linvliii;
nUlnii and ilcuiniida nftnlmt Clintlos t'linll?.
iHteot Wi'liner caiimy, purcnaou, mm inu uino
for HIIiik rlnliiiH neiiiyt biild cetale U blx
iiioutlm from the 27lli day of July, IWO All
mcli perbonii are remitted to lirchcnt their
claim Ith lho vouchers to the C'oHr.ty.l-idKe
of mid county, nt lilt ollice therein, lu or be
fore lho ZM day of .Iniumry. 1'Al and all
clHimb to llUd will bo heard befom the mid
Jmlr.oon the WIU divy of January, 1V0I, at ID
Jabki Dvrrr, ooaVy JiJh.
TIIAINB LEAVE AH rOI.I.OWS!
1.1. l'nFkciiRer dally for Ubcrllu
ami St. KrauclK brnnchet, Ox
ford, McCook, Dciivcraud all
polntH went . 8:25 a.ms
14, l'assenKCr dally for SI. Joe,
KaimaM City, AtchlHou, St,
I.oiiIb. Lincoln via Wyinnre
and all potuiN east and Kotith t):0da m
17. PaMenKer. dally, Denver, all
points In Colorado, Utah and
18, l'abhciiKer, dally for St. Joe,
uaiibaa i.uy. Atvnibon, HI.
l.oula and all points enhtand
No. III. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday, llabtlnna, Grand Ik
laud, lllack Hills and all
polntH In tho northwen ,. ;0On.m.
So, H3. AccnmmoilRtlnn, dally oxcebt
Sunday, (iberlln, Kaimnv, nud
Intermedliito Mntionv, via Ite
PUbllcHii . i2:ai)p.m.
No. CI. Frelitlit. dally, Wymoro and
st. Joe and Intermediate
Junction point 19. tin m
No, 63. f'relKht. dally for Ilepubllcan
OrleattH.Dxford and nil point
west . 10 40 am
No BC. Krelislit. dally except Sunday
ho. 1.3. FrclKlit ilHlly to Oxford nnd
Inlennedliilu pnlntu j !) ,, m
SleeplnB dlnlui;. and reclliilnc chnlr Utf,
(M-nta free on through traliu Tlckeia mid avdt
N-..Ke cle-k'd (U nny point In tin Ivtlta,
For hiformallon, time tnblen, nuipi or ticket'
call i or addrent A. eonnver. AL-ent Htni
Cloud. HgV-JJgj. U.U"SWjg
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