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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1902)
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads th news
papers Is sure to know of the wonderful
cures mane uy ur.
i Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
II 1 1 jp
I j A 1
I the nreat kidney, liver
li. and bli
e iiisinc (jrcai iticui--i
rat Irlutnnh of llir. nln.
liTlf Iri-nlh rnUrt HU.
'I covered after year3 of
1)1 scientific research by
sj Dr. Kilmer, the eml
nent kidney and blad
der specialist, and Is
wonderfully successful In promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and BrlghTs Disease, which Is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root 13 not rec
ommended for everything but If you have kid
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 mall, also a book
telling more 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 ftvfl'
send your address to i!JiiWiJiV...i3l
Dr. Kilmer &. Co.,Bing- ISnjWW IKHKisSS
hamton, N. Y. The mg31l
regular fifty cent and Hororo-.flmp-no.
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggist.
"Ilmvo itaeit yoiirvnluitlilc CAM'A
III'. IN and Unit liicm perfect. Couliln t do
without them. 1 linvo used thoin forhomu tlmo
for indigestion ami lillloiiHiicssuiidnni now com
Real Estate Transfers.
Trtinxfi'iH for tin) week ending Weil;
nesiliiy, Sept. 10, furnished by J !!
Ditiley nf the Webster County Abstract
Wlllimii IM-iingCo. to Ulintoti
ll.'Cash'i.di'td, MjiwJ, wj c
w J sej 8 .'1 0 3
William J. Vance to Wesley
Wilson, wil, lots'Jl 'i'i block 12
I till Villi'
Seltoreil K. Morcy to Stephen
Hruce, w il, block I Morcy'.s
add to ltluo Hill
South Western Ins. Co to (Jeo. 1$.
Middltiton, i':d, c aw wj sej
tl'J 1 112
Kiliih M. Secly, hush, to I). H.
SpniioRlu, wil.C'iscl SI! 1 12
1). 1). Spanoglo to (Jeo 11. Middlti
ton, wd, ejsei !22 1 12
C. 11. Tonehworth to W. K. Mont
gomery, w (I, lot II block 12,
Win, K. Montgomery to (Jeo.
Hooves, w d, sumo
Harrison Kailoy and wife- to Wm.
II. liarcus, w d, lot 1 block 4,
Vnnees add to Guido Kodk
John AShceloy and wiio to Win.
II liarcus, wd, lots and 3 block
4, VancoH add to Guido Hock
Martha Ann Columbia to.Sinion"
11. Walker, wd part n s$ M 1 4
William U liarcus and wifo to
Simon U. Walker, w d, part nej
soH 1 0
Mortgages Hold, $40117.
Mortgages released, $780.').
i..,ni ,.nr,.,i iiiimmi'ful tlirm. tout cry one.
. . ill . . ...Itt.i.nl Itinm In
nco IHOU, you will never uu Hiimmk "'" "
" l.UW. A. MAIU, jmuuuv.ii. i.
THAOI MANN SISISTIfttD
t'letusnt. I'nlalatiln. Potent. Taste flood. Do
Oixxt, Nerer Mlrkon. Weaken, ur llrlpo. 10c. JSc. 6O0.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
H.rll.t H,m,i, rp;, I Mr if , Mlrrtl, lit. Tf. Ml
W.Tfl.HP Sold unit iriiarnntppil tir all drag-
I UBAU iititi to (Jllltt: Tobacco liable
Soothes Tirod Mutclos; Rcmovoa
Soreness and Stiffness.
Don't talto tho weak, watery Witch
Haiel preparation., represented to bo
"the samo as" POND'S EXTRACT,
which easily sour nnd nenerally con
tain " wood alcohol," a deadly poison.
Kepubllcan Float Convention.
Tho Hepublican electors of the 40th.
Uoprosentitivo District, consisticg of
tlic- counties of Adams and Webster, ate
requested to send delegates to meet in
convention nt liluo Hill, Nebraska, on
Saturday, September, 27th. 1002, nt 1
o'clock p. in. for tho purpose of placing
in nomination a enmudato for represe
ntative for said Kith. Representative
district, and for the transaction of
such other business as may properly
comu beforo said convention. Tho
counties are entitled to lopesontation
in said convention as follow, to-wit-Adams
county, 18 delegatus, Webster
county, 12 dolegHtes.
A.T. Hiutton, Chairman.
Don't Be Fooledi
Take the gen original
ROCKV MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madlion Midi
elite Co., Madlioa, WU. It
keeps you well. Our trade
mark cut on each package.
Price, .13 centi. Never el4
In bulk. Accept no asbitr
tale. Aik your druggist.
Fortune Favors A Texan.
"Having distressing pains in head
back and stomach, and being without
appetite, I begun to use Dr. King's
Now Life I'illfl," wiites W. 1 White
head, of Kenncdule, Tex., "and soon
fall llko a now num." Infallible in
stomach iliul liver troubles Only 2.1c
at C. h. Cotting's drug store.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at tho postolllco at Hud Cloud, Neb.
raskfl, for tho WCOk ondlng Soptombor,
Ucsslo Austin 0. Herman Grensiug.
A. E. Harris. W. II. Kennody-2,
Geo. Myers. Wm. l'liilllps.
Theso letter."! will bo stmt to tho dead
lottor oillce September 26, if not called
for beforo. When calling for above
please say "advortiscd." T. C. Hack
Statk of Ohio, Citv okTui.kdu, I
Lucas Countv. p
Fkank J. Chknky makes oath that
he is senior partner of tho lit 111 of F J.
Ciif.nky & Co., doing business in tho
City of Toledo, County and State afore
said, and that Miid lirni will pay tho
sum of ONE HUNDHKI) DOLLARS
for eacli and every case of Catarrh that
cannot bo cured by tho uso of Hall's
Sworn to beforo mo and subscribed
in my presence, thitfOiu day vf Decem
ber, A.I). 1880.
. A. W. GLKASON,
j skal J. Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern
ally, and acts directly on tho blood a tut
niucoiu sui faces of the system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHKNKY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 7."iu.
Hull's Family Pills utc the bust.
A Bos Wild Ride Eor Life.
Witli family around expecting him
to die, and a sun riding for life, 18
miles, to got Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption, coughs, and colds,
W. II. Drown, of Loesville, Intl., en
dured death's agonies from asthma,
but this wonderful medicine gave
instant relief and soon cured liim. He
writes; "I now sleep soundly avary
night." Like marvelous cures of con
sumption, pn umonia, bronchitis,
coughs, colds, and grip prove its
maU'hluss merit for all throat and lung
tratibles. Guaranteed bottles r0c and
81.00. Trial bottlas frao at C. L. Cot
ting's drug store.
Low Rates to the Black Hills
'i'l Iliirlingtun Hoiitcliasaiiinninciil
I rules to the Dlack Hills nf s tu
1). kni:i for the following ilaii'- .1 1 ,' 1
t i:i August 1 to 11, a:i, si, :io, :n s. p.
11 111 her 1 to 10. On other d tjsu: ti! S (
t iiiher 15 low rates somuwlial liigim
ti'iin those in effect on .lie nliove ilnie-'
wi I bo of feted. Sylvan Like, j-.ot
S.uiims, Deadwootl, IjndCity, Spcsr
f ib and a number of other points in the
18 nek Hiils nro well worth visiting. Any
Hiiilingtoii Houto agent will be gl-nl to
tell joti more about these e.toui. -inns
A Parson's Noble Act
"I want all tho world to know,"
wn'esltev. C.J. Duillong, of Asliawa,
It. I , "what a thoroughly good and
reliable medicine 1 found in Klcetric
Hitters. Thov cured me of jiundlci'
and liver troubles that had caused 11.0
gteiit MilTcring for many years For
it gonuiiie, ull-aiounil cure they exivi
an) tiling 1 ever saw." Klectrio Hitters
are tho surprise of all for their wonder
ful work in liver, kidney nnd stomach
troubles. Don't fail to try them.
Only 50c. Satisfaction guaranteed by
C. L. Cotting.
( Wifa J
LOW RATES TO CALIFORNIA.
Every Day In September and October Via
the Burlington Route.
To Ban Francisco, Sacramont , Los
Angeles, Sau Diego and many other
poiuts in California, tho Burlington
Houte has mulo tlio extraordinarily
low rate of 8M.00 from Hod Clolui Neb
Tourist sleeper daily from Omaha, Lin
coin, Hastings and other main lino
points. Stopovers allowed at many
California poiuts. Ask the Burlington
agent or write, J, Francis, general pas
senger agent, Omaha.
MRS. L. S. ADAMS.
Of Unttcatoii, Tpxtxa.
"Wine of Cardul is Indeed a blessing
tu tired women. Having suffered for
stven years with weakness and bear
Ins;. down pains, and having tried sev
eral doctors and different remedies
with no success, your Wine of Cardul
was the only thing which helped me,
and eventually cured me It seemed to
build up the weak parts, strengthen
the system and correct Irregularities."
By "tired women" Mrs. Adams
means nervous women who Lave
disordered menses, falling of the
womb, ovarian troubles or any o
theso ailments that women have.
You can cure yourself at homo with
tliis great women's remedy, Wine
of Cardui. Wine of Cardui has
cured thousands of cases 'which
doctors have failed to benefit. "Why
not begin to get well today? All
druggists havo $1.00 bottles. For
any stomach, liver or bowel disor
der Thodford's Black-Draught
should bo used.
iyniptomi, IheLadlM' AdTlsory Oepart-
iiicni, mo immianwu .looicino 10.
Not Doomed For Life,
''I was treated for three years by
good doctors," writes W. A. Greer,
McConnellsville, O., "for piles, and
listulu, but, when all failod, Duckleu's
Arnica Salve cured 1110 in two weeks."
Cures burns, bruises, cuts, corns, sores,
eruptions, salt rheum, piles or no pay
25c at C. L. Cotting's drug store.
You arc "Next" at
Basement Potter-Wright Building
:BflKERY and cftfE.'
When in Cow 11 eat. at the
Bon Ton wliuie it is clean,
cool and no Hies.
'15 cent Meals at All Hours
(Soua Fountain is Opkn l
SFifty-siv tlilluicnt kinds of summer
W. S. I3EN3E, Prop.
COLVIN & BARCUS,
REAL ESTATE $ FARM LOANS.
Lock llox X. Guide Hock, Neb.
All kinds of property bought, sold sect
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
fulls to cine. E. W. Grove's signature
li.;n each box. 25c.
Inflammatory Rheumatism cured In 3 days.
Morton I.. 11111 of Lebanon. I ml. tnti: "Mv
vrlfu had ltitlnimnatory rliuiimatlhin In every
miifrcli! and Joint; tier MiITerlni; was terrible and
her body am! faruvrcru uwooleu almost lieyoml
reroKiiltlon ; had been In bed for nix wccWh and
had clKht phyHlclniiR, but received tut benefit
until "lie tried the .MyMlu Cure fur.ltheumatlMn.
It kavc immediate relief and ithu was Hble tu
walk about in three day, lam Mire Ithavcd
her life." Sold by 11. E. (Irlce. DniKKlkt,
Crtirr Afr (.tornA
5 ajwmwd urumiu, :
Rheumatbm Cured in a Day.
MvfitlnCuro for rheumatism and tieurnlKla
readily cures In from one to three tUyt. lth nc
tlou upon tho system Ih remarkable Htnlrnvh
terloiiH. It remoTCH at once the chikc and the
disease Immediately dliaiipcam. The tlrstilosc
rreallythcnetltK. 7.'i cents and II. Sold by II,
K. Uriee. dtiiKKM. Ked Cloud. Neb.
House Moving and Raising
All work guaranteed satisfactory.
' Your work solicited.
Over Mi.or's (Jroeery Store.
ALL KINDS OF EDGE?
All kinds of barber work executed
promptly nnd satisfaction
Stops the Cough and Works olf the Cold
Laxative Dromo-Ouinino Tabids cures
a colli in one day. No cure, no pay
Genuine stamped C. C C. Never acid In bulk.
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
"something just as good."
YT--v Orlalnal and Only tlrnulnr.
JLVHA'K. Al-.i.r.li.l.l. l.nir..itlruiilK
In IlKII nt (luld ni.l.lllo boir. ...1
lib tint ilbboa. TaLvnoothrr. Itrruar
WmKt ru Hubattlutlonn and Imita
tions. Huj nt jour limxcttl, vr mo 1 4p. la
Lap. lot I'nrtlruUrn. TrMlmanlnlf
M "ItflU r for l.ndlm.-'m Ifllw, lj rt.
lurnMnll. lo.lllill rr.tlnmnltlt Holllif
llru.rl.t.. f 'IiII.mIw l'l.n.lKl ilm-.
llculluu Oils puprr Mulioii It, I'lillu., l'a.
They Work While You Sleep.
While your mind and body rest Cas
carets Candy Cathartic repair your
digestion, your liver, your bowels,
put them in perfect order. Genuine
tablets stamped C. C. C. Never sold
in bulk. All druggists, ioc.
Will it Pay to Attempt "Freak Taxation?"
Reason fa? Comparison with Other States."-
(Issued Un'der Authority of the KUllroadsbf Ncbmska.)
Tliero was ijuite a party assembled at
tlio home ol our genial towns man,
Mr K. 1) Davis, Inst Sunday, l'hosu
present weiu Mr. and Mrs. C Hunter
and son, Mr. and Mrs Arthur Davis
and son, Mr. Bay McCalltmi, out Agent,
Mr Sam. Lindsey from northeast of
town, Mr. and Mrs C C. Miller, Mrs
F. B. Baker, of lltuuansvillt' Mo,, who
is a sister of Mr. Davis and Mr. .lames '
Tenins, an old time friou I fiom Wis i
cmimii. The table was bountifullv
You cart be cured of any form of tobacco unlno
MiiT. be ni.de well, .tronBl inacnMlc. full ol
tnat makes weak men MroiiK, Many roTb
Un pound, in ten dajrb. Over 500.000
C -:A"idin,n5lS&..Cure KUfantee.l.' Hook
Eii!n38 Jn5?Ul- A,lJress STI'.RI.INQ
KBIUtOV CO., Chicago or New York. 437
m HAIR BALSAM
piMSMa uiil bttutlDM tot 04lr.
l'rufUDUl n laiurlftnt vrnafh
Mnver FnlU to JUilore Orj
Curti Klp diwtHi n hilr ttllinf'
spread with, not only the substantial
thums of life, but with all tho delicacies
of the season, Mrs. Davis tuteitaiued
in liei usual eliarmiiig maimer so it is
needless to say it was a very enjoyable
Tola alfuataro is on every box of the geaulo
Uxitive Bromo-Quinine Tbtu
tit rmdy that oum eold ! oaie Uy
BtUKtS WrltHt Ml tiat Alio. un
ilwt Uougb tijrrup. 'I'BJiten Good. DH
In time. Hold by drugglntn. . d
Theso great increasos mean a great
doal to tho laboring mon, and they
mean a great deal to tho producing
class who have tho chance to feed a
larger number of working men. And
tho working men have tho monoy to
pay for tho produce.
There nro at the present timo 1,000,
000 more hands employed in tho fac
tories and iudustrios of the country
than thcro were in 1606. This repro
Bouts u wage oarning of moro than one
million dollars per day. In 1800 the
f too silver saoutora talkotl much about
the silver interests and their impor-
tttuco to the country. What a small
item tho silver buBlnesa is after all,
compared with the Increased amount of
monoy paid oat for wages.
In the stato of Nebraska, aooordlng
10 mo government reportt, 137 institu
tions employed 033 hands in March,
1805. Tho samo institutions in March,
1898, omployod 1,284. Tho total In
croaso in wages paid amounted to $28,
637.31 for tho month. Taking tho wholo
country over, tho wages paid per tyiplta
for tho mouth of March, 1805, averaged
a LOO; for March, 1808, tho average
was 138.00 a not gain of over 11 per
In the articles which have hntnedVat'cly preceded
this, we have given the details of taxes paid by the
railroads of Nebraska, atid the amounts they have
paid in the several counties of the state, and It will be
noticed that in the foot-notes which accompany the
figures given, there is a line of comparisons, showing
what other states have done in regard to the taxation
of railroads which run through their common wealths.
In the matter of taxation, as in any other business
matter, the people of Nebraska desire to, and nat
urally should keep in Hue with what is done in other
states. No greater disaster could occur to the state
of Nebraska, than if, by ill-advised action, it should
throw itself out of line regarding matters of taxation
of corporate property or of any property.
It may be a taking proposition for a demagogue
to advocate the over taxing of railroad companies and
thereby work a hardship against them that would not
accrue to other lines of property within the state, but
it would be an advertisement that would pass
through the whole United States, proclaiming that
the p '" of Nebraska did not intend to be as fair
with capu... ' ntatcs of the Union. It would
reproduce here in Nebraska that prejudice which took
Kansas a term of at least ten years to dispel.
The comparisons which we have made in these
foregoing statements Include every state in the Union,
with the exception of Massachusetts. In Massachu
setts, New York and several other states, laws have
been passed which work a hardship against railroad
corporations. In New York, the onerous tax paid by
the New York Central railroad is being tested in the
courts; its ill-advised law is working a hardship
against that road, while not injuring the others in the
state to any extent. In Massachusetts, through a
contract made in the early days between the corpora
tions and the state, and their excise laws, the taxes
are out of line with what is done in other states, and
there is a general movement among the business
people of that state looking to the correction of this
In Harper's Weekly of February 15, 1902, the fol
lowing is an extract from an editorial in regard to
"There is a very strong movement in the state of
Massachusetts for rational corporation laws. The
commonwealth la waking up to the fact that, under
its present lawa, large modern corporations cannot be
organised in the atate, and Massachusetts capital is
seeking investment elsewhere. Not only the corpora
tion law is restrictive and narrow, but the tax laws
arc as unreasonable as those of New York. Both
states tax all the property of a corporation wherever
it is situated, and this is double taxation.
An effort is being made in New York and will be
made in Massachusetts to put an end to this system of
double taxation. There Is a feeling abroad that New
Jersey should not remain the refuge of all comblna-
tlons which Svant liberal treulittent."
In Wisconsin it appears that they hs,Vc an entire
ly "different form of taxation for railroad corporations
'from other states, as the taxes arc collected in the
form of an excise tax, being collected on the
gross earnings of the companies "in such a way that
while the tax is heavy on thosn roads which have a
large earning capacity, it ti very light on those which
are operating at a loss. This form of taxation looks
fair, but it would not be popular in Nebraska, because
all of the taxes charged against railroad corporations
in Wisconsin arc turned into the. state treasury and
they are relieved from paying taxes locally along
their lines. In the poorer counties of Nebraska, this
would mean practically bankruptcy. In Wisconsin
there is a general movement looking towards a
Change in the form of taxation. After having tried a
law something of the same character as that of Wis
consin, Michigan has returned to the direct form of
This whole subject of the payment of taxes on
the part of the railroad corporations resolves itself
into a question us to how much of their revenue
should be diverted to this purpose.
If the taxes were out of reason, it would place
Nebraska in an unenviable light before all Investors.
Kor political reasons, a few men have made them
selves prominent by advocating a system of double
taxation of railroad property in the state, but when
the people once understand what is done, and how it
is done, we do not believe their efforts will avail.
The railroads of Nebraska, up totlie present time,
have not earned an undue amount oil the investment
made; for a series of years there was no profit derived
from the investment as a whole on Nebraska rail
roads, and while during 1900 two of the railroads paid
a fair dividend on the capital invested, very many of
the railroads in the atate failed to render any returns
whatever to their owners.
Nebraska has not as yet got the population, aer
the completed system of railroads which would war
rant this state in imposing such obligations on the
corporations which now exist, that would drive all
future investors in such property from the state.
The figures which have been given are all from
reliable data which can be investigated by any one
so disposed; the averages per mile being from the
report of the Iutcr-State Commerce Commission, and
the details of the business of the different roads are
taken from their official reports, while the figures
here In Nebraska are taken from the auditors' officts
of the different railroads.
We will now continue ouricomparisons with other
property in the state, showing some remarkable facts
concerning the changes in value in various counties,
and how by these changes, the railroads have been
obliged to carry more than their proportionate share
Tho following tno.o"iM nmumlmt'iit to the
I'oiistltullon of tile Mate of Nelirutka. as herein
after net fortli la full, Ih Mibmllted to the elect
ort of the state of Nebraska, to be voted iinoa
at the general election to be held Tuesday.
November 4, A. I). IWU' n . "
A Joint resolution roo!liiB to amend cectlon
nnu of attlcle llfteen of the Coimtltutluii of
muciaiu oi .-ciraKu, reiatue to the man
tier of MibmlttiiiK and adopting amend
neat, to the Constitution of the Mate of
lit it Htsolml anil Knaclnl ly tht l.aiittaturt
of tht .stale oj .Xebiwku:
Ski this I. That -ectlon one of article llfteen
of the Constitution of the Slate of Nebraska Ur
amended to read us follown;
.vcllon I. Either branch of the lecMaturf
may propose amendments to this Constitution,
and If the same be agreed to by three llfthi of
the members elected to each house, such pro
posed amendments shall be entered on the
Journals, with the cns and nays, and published
, iuwi utti-ui-iitii m-cK iii m icasi one newspa
per In each county where a newspaper Is pub
1 shed, for thirty days Immediately preiedliiR
lie next election of senators and repretenta
tlvcs, at whlcli election tho same sliBllbesub
mlttcdlotheelecloiNfor approval or rejection,
and If a majority of the electors voting at mcli
election on such proposed amendment. Khali
vote to adopt such amendment, tho same thall
become a part of this Constitution. When more
than one amendment Is submitted nt thesant
electlpii. they shall bo so submitted as to en
sbk' tu."Jlvctors to vote ou each amendment
All ballot! used at such election on such
nluciiiiment or amcndmentH shall liuve written
or printed thereon tho lollowlng: For porp;jSA
amendment to the Constitution retail".. tohrar
'i'f1 ,lht' bubJ?ct or lb (Wndment) and.
tioiireiutjngiofhcre i(18Crt the subject oftba
and the vote of each elcctot
such amendment or amendments
shall bo designated by the elector by making a
cross wllh a pen i pencil In a circle or square
to be placed at tho right of the lines the words
"For or Against" the proposed amendments, as
he shall desire tu vote thereon, or by Indicfttinc
bW preference on a voting machine when such
machine is In use.
I, (Jeo. W. Marsh, secretary of state of thr
state of Nebraska, do hereby certify that the
foregoing proposed amendment to the Constltu
lion ot the Male of Nebraska Is n true and
correct copy of thu original enrolled and en
grossed bill as passed liv the twenty seventh
session of the leglslaluto of th Mate of Ne
iirnsna. appears from seld original bl 1 ou
tile lit this olllee. and that said proposed amend
meat i submitted to the iiualllled vo ers of the
Male of Nebraska for their adoption or rejec
tlou at the general cloillnu to be held on Tuex
day thu 4th day of November, A. I). lui
in tcstlmnu) whereof, I have hereunto set my
ban and alllxed the great seal of tho Slate ol
Done at Lincoln this 221 day of .Inly, In thu
carof Our l.unl Due Thousand Nine Hundred
ami Two, of Hid Independence of the United
Mates the one Hundred and Twenty seventh,
nud of this state thu Thirty sixth.
UKO. W. MAUSII.
Imkali Secretary of Mate.
B & M. B.Y
It ED ULOUD NED It,
SI. LOUIS and
ull points cast and
SAL'I LAKE C'
and all poinlt
west. r7Z en
tiuins leave as rou.owa:
13. 1'assenger dally for Obcrllu
nnd St. Francis branches, Ox
ford, McCook, Ueuveraud all
points west 8;io a.m.
14. I'asseuger dally for St. Joe,
Kansas Clly, Atchison, si,
bonis. Lincoln via Wymote
and all points east and south 2 -3' a.m
21, I'assengcr. dally. Dcnyer, all
points in Colorado, Utah and
California .. .. g.oj p M ,
ti. Passenger, dally for St. Joe.
Kansas city. AtchtioiftVaiit
Louis and all polnti eaitV.la
louth 1 io.ti1. .
Ns. 1T4. Accommodation, dally excent
land, Ulack Ullla and
points in the northwet... :0oM,
No, 173. Dally except Sunday, tfx
ford and Intermediate polnuiJiaop.is,
SUeplng. dining, and reclining chair cant'
(eats free) on through trains. Tlcteta aold arji
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Cloud, Nebr. or J. Francis, (Juneral PaiiiriMT,
Altnt Omaha. Nahrmkn ' ,us1" ramnftri
$1.00 per year.
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