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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 22 December 1898

WESTERN NEWS-DEMOCRAT. VOLUME xm. VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , DECEMBER 22 , 1898. NUMBER 48. THE WORLD PIER LATEST NEWS FROM EVERY LAND , WRECK ON A TRESTLE EXPRESS TRAIN LEAVES THE RAILS NEAR GUOIN , IND. ; One Man Killed and Eight Injured Big Street Railway Deal Closed- Check for Millions Given in Paj'- inent of Same Other Items. Wreck on a Trestle. A wreck occurred on the Indiana , De- calur & Southwestern Railroad at 2:30 o'clock Monday morning fifty-two miles west of Indianapolis , near Guion , Ind. The Indianapolis express left the tracks west of a trestle fifty feet high and passed over the trestle , which was sixty feet long , with sevex coaches off the rails and bumping r ing along the ties. The rear car had just left the trestle when a spreading of the rails ahead of the baggage car piled the seven cars into a heap. The baggage car and smoker were ground almost into splinters , and all of the cars were badly wrecked. There were about fifty pass engers on the train , which ,...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 22 December 1898

\ ( Beneath 'the-star-strewn Heaven The shepherds vijril kept ; While Imslieil to rest about thens 'Hie world in silence slopt. Then "burst-the anthem Holy , While Heaven's gates flung wi < 2 , FhwxSpfl The earth with glory 'On that first Christmastime. With 'holy excitation The aiiRoIs-saa the birth Of Christ , the King of Glory , WhTb'came a babe to cnrih. Pence , peace , on earth forever , And sweet jjo : d will to men ! While all adown the jigcs Still rings the joyous strain. Oh , Tloly Babe , King Jesus ! The long years come and go Like -sunlight's checkered shadows , "With rcnl mingled woe , Into our hearts , we pray Thee , 'Come Thou , : rnd there abide. 2n royal measure grant ns Tlry peat-e this Chrlstmastide. - Mrs.George Pnull. S 'THE PHILIPPINES. HRISTMAS , 1S93 , is near. The American sentry on patrol duty before the long row of tents and frame quarters - ters just outside of Manila paces the monotonous round In a lazy , languid way even the jests of groups gathered h...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 22 December 1898

II ' COERCION. The spirit of intolerance manifested by the advocates of Ihe single standard theory is as remarkable as it is repre hensible. It seems to permeate and affect all the avenues of society and every branch of industry , except agri culture. The independent farmer against whose interest this deadly war fare is especially waged , is too gener ous and manly to resort .to coercion even in self-defense. In the cities many employers seem lo imagine that when they hire a man to work for them they also buy his independence of thought and action , and make him virtually a .slave. In fact , it is openly assorted thai-employes should "vote for their employer's interest , " without consider ing that the two interests may be at di rect variance , and that the workman -should be as free to decide for himself .as the employer is without a thought , In short , that the enforcement of such a principle would moke every freeman a slave' . In no other class is this intoler- .anl spirit so pr...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 22 December 1898

. & . TilcGAA. f'reston , S. D. Left or either side of cattle jtilsoV left .side < > f neck. Sval- lo\v fork rh.'ht car undurbit left ; right ear nuil ; > cd off : il-rbn lot P-IV Soire on left | aami MHHC \vittle left jaw Oilier In-auus Ictt side or any part of animal. IcftsiJtf-or any partof animal , branded the following , lelt Also some cattle "bearing " the follow ing brands : A'c't ' neck ; X left side or shoulder , W leit hip 01 thich norse brands at lows leu i ii it-it Ictt ni | or thigh thigh thigh , ortfcigh , hip. Anyone sellinghorses or cattle tearing the above brands wfil be prosecuted. Information regarding tlieft liberally rewarded , Uange at Uarncy bprings uud Coltomvood. HERBERT O. UISONETTB. MANAGER. Postoffioo address Pine Rjdjri1. S. I ) , rattle branded as on cut , II OK on left side ; some K VST , I , on either side : Some on loft side ; ono older block , .any where on annual , llorsos K li on left hip Some Kanpe- Seven miles nonh- anywhere on eaec...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 22 December 1898

WOOD BEOTHERS LIVE STOCK AND COifiSISSlON MERCHANTS SOUTH OMAHA ANC CHICAGO. WALTKU E. WOOD , CMlie ! .Salesman. UENUV ( ' . LKKLBK , Hog Salesmai WE FURNISH MARKET REPORTS FREE OF EXPENSE. Write to us. (0) ( ) Write to us MALLORY , Z INCORPORATED. ESTABLISHED 1862. 3HICAGO , ILL. SIOUX CITY , IA. ST. JOSEPH , MO. SO. ST , PAUL , M1HN LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS mm I30t EXCHAGE BUILDING SOUTH OMAHA , NEBRASKA JOHN L. CAHSOX , J'itmncial Manager. D. B. OLNEY. Cattle Salesman J. M. OOOK , Iloji Salesman. .1. A. McINTYUK , Hog .Salesman. C. A.CALttWELL , Cashier. LIVESTOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS SOUTH OMAHA , NEBRASKA Room 108 Exchange ileferences : UNION STOCK YAUDS PACKERS' NATIONAL NATIONAL BANK BANK. Telphone 141 \Ve have a large fllicntoge among Nebraska Fcedevs and can always neat Omaha prices to Kanch customers IF NOTIFIED BEFOKE SHIPMENT. FLATO COMMISSION COMPANY LIVE STOCK SALESMEN AND BROKERS Capital $1OOOOO.OO IMrertorM : Walexmen : F. W. FLATO , Jn , President. ED. II. ll...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 22 December 1898

. LOOK OWO tote tote tote tote tote tote to tote to at tote tote to tote to those tote tote to tote to tote to tote to tote to tote SCHLEr to tote in tote to 4 ? tote * 49W ? CLOTH I tote tote to tote to at tote tote to tote to 49 49 EOF tote tote tote 4 ? tote 4 ? tote 4 ? tote 4 ? tote 4s ? We shall offer for sale for the next tote 49 tote 49 49 49 60 Days , 200 Suits tote tote tote 49 tote 49 Of Gents , Youths and Childrens tote tote 49 to 49 49 Olothing at just tote tote 49 tote 49 tote 49 49 49 tote 49 to 49 49 below actual value tote tote 49 tote 49 49 49 49 49 49 tote Don't fail to call and look at to 49 those bargains and thereby tote w to save money K.C.R. JACKSON DENTIST Office over T. 0. Ilornbv's . ' store Stairway on ivest side Operations as nearly painless as possible. 3. S. ESTABROOK COUNTY SURVEYOR All work executed with promptness and accuracy Office at Estabrook Honse on Cherry St. VALENTINE , NEB- -r-ftr - - - O.W.MOREY § THE VALENTINE | WATCH / MAKER AND JEWELER ...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 22 December 1898

Metzger Bros. , Pullman Neb Cherry Co. Brand on left | unri thigh [ Karmark , square crop njrlit ear "southern branded .cattle have lint one hall-diamond Ion UHt side Native entile have thnial wattle llanee on Gordon and Snake Creeks Horses have same brand on left thigh A Ileivfird of $25O will be paid to any person for information leading to the arrest and final conviction of any person or persons steal- ins cattle with above brand 1 * S KOUSCHE Postoffice address Brownlee , Neb On left side or any part of animal , l-.ar- mark right ear cut off ; hornes branded same on left liip.Also has stock branded II on side or shoulder , orJKor WorO VL , ere or F2 Also , the following , the I'rst on oemg on sideTiTdhin LEI5 AND SONS Po.itoflloe ( Vidro Bro-.vulee Neb On richtside. eLK LK on same side al.so LEW on It- . ule nortli 2 to - ; GKO TI TOXINS Postoffico address Bro\\niei' , Neb Branded on left side ; .some I ? I't \ side and thigh an on left tliigh 2 Duck Lake .1 i .1 < L I ' " " ...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 22 December 1898

B0EK2T I Cody , Nebraska ftraudad on left side ; horses same loft shoul der Range on Snakesouth of Codv. ALOKZO HEATH Postofflce address Codj % Nebraska On left side : horses Isftshouhlei Range norm Cutcoinb Lake S A TTINSLOW l * stofflce address Cody , NebraBk : Branded on either sidf ; h"iFe.s sum on left shoulder Range-3-mi. north. east of Eli and south f Niobrara river , 13- mi southwestof Cody A C RIEMENSCHNEIDER Postoffice address Cody. Nebraska On left side ; also X on right shoulder and 2 on jaw. 3 3 on left hip also 3 on jaw Range-OKI Poor Ranch on Niobrara A D COLE Postoffice address Tody , Nebraska Same as on cut , left side and shoulder. Range eastandsouth- audest of Codv CHAS. E ROBERTS Postoffice address Cody , Nebrask" On e.'ttier sid * : so lie it li K ; Min < I * ' i * * * i * IJ.-n , o . . .orthivt-st ol' 'ody FRANK J. JONES Festofflce address CodyNebrai-ka On right side ; horses ses same on left shoulder Eange. eight miles west of Cody CHAKLES GAUTSIDE Postoffi...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 22 December 1898

WILLIAM A. ALLMAN. Postcffice address Pine Ridge. S. D On side and hip Horses on right shoulder Range-Wolf Creel ALIJERT LAMP. . Postofflce ; v Allen , s. D. Cuttle same as on 'ut ; horses on li-lt hip came as cattle ou left shoulder Itauge Bear Creek WILT JAM PROVOST. Postofflce address Albany , Neb On right side ; hors es left shoulder Range lie id o : Slinking Water FRANK ? ALWAY , JS. Postofflce address Allen , S. D.I As on cut ; also s left hip ; half top circle 1'S on left side ; also on left side Horses left hip Range Corn Creek fHARLES RICHARD , SR. Postofflce address Porcupine , S. D. On left sidehor ; cs same without bar. on left shoulJer. Range Porcupine District. CHARLES CUNY. Pocbrjflce ? address Manderson S. P. On left side Also _ cli-ar around both hips like a breeching har ness , iwrs rs as cut on left thigh : countcr brand 7 ; right o\er the T HENRY JONES Postofflce address Mandcraon , S. D. . On left side Horses same on left shoulder Range Wounded Knee Creek. A CHA...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 22 December 1898

DP $ ft\Wtlifips" l1 * * ) ? Mftekf i ' - i Corn > ) \ f There is more loss and waste for Want of safe corn cribs ou the farms than by any other neglect to ensure safety from small vermin. Rats , mice ami those insects which ravage this 'grain , will freqiiQiitly do more damage .than would pay the interest on the cost of the best and most substantial Vribs to store it in. In the warmer part pf the Tjnitod Stales there are two spe cies of insects , either of which will destroy a full half of the corn every year by laying their eggs on the grain , and the grubs will eat the grain into holes , several of these holes frequently Jjelng found in each grain. ; In the first illustration is given a plan pf the frame of a small crib to hold jfrom wo hundred bushels to as many COKX CUIB. more as may be needed. The crib must not "be fee \vidv , and full opportunity must begiven for the wind to pass through to dry the ears and prevent heating of the no\v grain. This crib is set on posH as >...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 22 December 1898

Are your nerves weak ? Can't you sleep well ? Pain in your back ? Lack energy ? Appetite poor ? Digestion bad ? Boils or pimples ? These are sure signs of poisoning. From what poisons ? From poisons that are al ways found in constipated bowels. If the contents of the bowels are not removed from the body each day , as nature intended , these poisonous substances are sure to be absorbed into the blood , al ways causing suffering and frequently causing severe disease. There is a common sense cure. They daily insure an easy r and natural movement of the bowels. You \vill findthatthe use cf with the pills will hasten recovery. It cleanses the blood from all impurities and is a great tonic to the nerves. Our Jledlcal Department hns one of the most eminent physicians la the United States. Tell the doctor lust how you arc suffering. You will receive the best medical advice wltbout cost. Address , DR. J. C. AYEK. Lowell , Mass. "Nothing but wheat as far as the eye could reach ou either side ...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 22 December 1898

THE PEACE TREATY 1 < J * BRIEF OUTLINE OF ITS SEVEN TEEN ARTICLES. I Disposition of Cuba , Porto Rico am the Philippines Commercial Treat ; Will Not Be Jiffectcd Until the Peac Agreement Ts/Ratified. Extraordinary precautions were mair lainecl by both the peace commissions t preserve secrecy as to the contents of th treaty. Each commission has two copies but oven the commission attaches wer npt permitted to peruse the documents The Sta < e Department was advised tha the text of the treaty is entirely too Ion ; to send * by telegraph , so a copy will b mailed or brought to Washington by th American peacc commissioners. The dc partment's advices are that the treat ; consists of 000 typewritten pages , prob ably the longest document of the kind ii the world's history. The corresponden of the Associated Press obtained from j source usually reliable the following out line of the treaty : Article 1 provides for the relin- quishmcnt of Cuba. Article 2 provides for the cession of Port...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 29 December 1898

WESTERN NEWS-DEMOCRA rsrews , F arm ana stocR Journal. * . * * VOLUME xni. VALENTJNE , NEBRASKA , DECEMBER 29. 1898. NUMBER 40. THE LATEST MEW3 FROM EVER" * LACD. CUBANS TO EEJOICE FIVE DAYS' CELEBRATION BE- GINS ON NEW YEAR'S. Evacuation of the Island by Span iards Will Be Commemorated in a Fitting Manner Havana Will Be - \ in Holiday Attire. Celebrate for Five Days. The Cubans will celebrate American oc cupation January 1 by tremendous rejoic ing . The junta , various patriotic- clubs "V and an executive committee in each dis- trier , have appointed a general committee to make arrangements and raise funds for the purpose. The festivities will last five days and will be of the most varied char acter. A great meeting will be held in the Tacon Theater , Havana , at which speeches will be delivered by well known Cubans. All the clubs will combine in a grand pro cession. a race meeting will be held and a campaign dinner will be given to Hie Cuban troops. An effort will be made to have ...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 29 December 1898

t'i flnipqriant Events Crowded tht Past Twelve Months. MUCH HISTORY MADE The Year 1898 Will Be Remembered as ; Most Notable Otft. A Cliroaoloeical Rcvtew Shows It t Have Been Remarkable in Many Re spects-AVur with Spain Takes Fore most lIacc in the IriterestiiiK Itccor ; Concise Story of That Victoriou Conflict 3utcrnntional ami Jnterna II 3)is3ousioiia Among European Coun tries Disaster and Death at Horn a-nci Abroad. ITo lihn who is concerned with histor In .the'making there very rarely comes- .yoar sr.iore heavily IrJen with importan evont-s than the year 1S9S. It has see every state in Europe , except pcaceft ScanGimnhi and the Dutch communities ' face-to face with uitlier war or interns dissolution sonic of them within meas urahlu distance of both. Yet the greatcs effects have not been in Europe ; 3S9S ha seonHhe United States forced , not by an , greed o power , hut by its lmmaQitar.iai ideals , to take its part in European relo 'lions. A brief hut glorious armed conllic with ...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 29 December 1898

DEMOCRATIC EXPANSION. The people of this country seem to Lave divided themselves into three sec tions or parties regarding the question of expansion. First. Those who believe that having driven Spain out of her colonies and set the people free , it is now our duty to stand by them and consult , advise , help , and , if need be , protect them until - til they can establish independent republics - publics , or decide of their own will to become integral parts of the great republic - public of the United States. This is the true Democratic theory , and it is so ably and plainly set forth by Senator - ator CoekreJl in an interview that wo hope every one will read it. Second. Tnose who believe in adopt ing the European system of colonial expansion , and governing the people of the colonies by force of arms , regardless - loss of their wishes or preferences. This is the Republican plan , as outlined "by the administration at Washington , -ami we believe it will be eventually condemned by ...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 29 December 1898

r W. D "McGAA. ' 'rcslon , S. D. Left or cither side 'of cattle ; also V left side i f neck. Swal low fork rlf.ut c.ir , umiurlilt left ; right ear nu'li'd : elf : i' i- Sosrc o j w jt.unro : \vuujckttja\y Ot HT UKlMJS ICIt e dc or _ . any part-of animal , efcsUeof any 15 psrtof animal , JTIU branded \'A \ the following , l It ; i'l > i&m Also some cattle bcadag the follow ing brands : A lelt neck ; X left side or shou.Uet ; \ \ tup or thijrh Icfl slicu lows der lull It It It'll or thigh thigh llilrh. or tulgh , Up. Anyone selling Irorses'Or cattle bearing : tin above brands will be prosecuted. Infonwatior regarding theft liberally rewarded. Katt e ai llnrucy Springs mid Cottonwood. JIICRBERT . 'BISO17ETTE , MAVAGER. Posl office address I'me Ride , S. I ) . Cattlf branded as or rut. ! K5 on lefl Side ; suuiu ' 5 eithcrsidc ; Some on left side ; some older stock. .anywhcroon animal. Horses K i ; Icfthi ) ) on east of J'ine Kidgu , m Shannon Co .70HN GHOST BEAR. MANAGER Postofl...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 29 December 1898

WOOD BEOTHEKS * LSYE STOCK AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS SCIITH OMAHA APO CHICAGO. WALTER E. WOOD , Cattle Salesman. HKNIIY ( . ' . LEFLKII , Hog Salesman WE FURNISH MARKET REPORTS FREE OF EXPENSE. Write to us. (0) ( ) Write to us. J I 8 I V INCORPORATtD. ESTABLISHED 1862. 3HICACU , ILL SIOUX CITY. IA. ST. JOSEPH , MO. SO. ST , PAUL , MINN. LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS "OMS ! ? m tt & BULOHC , , SOUTH OMAHA , NEBRASKA JOHN L. CARSOX , Finmici.il Manager. D. II. OLNF.Y. Citte ! Salesman. J. M. COOK , Hog Salesman. ,1. A. McINTYUH , Hog Salesman. C. A.CALDWELL , Cashier. COX , JONE COX LIVESTOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS SOUTH OMAHA , NEBRASKA Jtuoiii 1O8 Kxc.haiicr Ueferencea : y. CJNION STOCK YAHDS PACKERS' NATIONA L " . NATIONAL BANK BANK. Telphone 141 We liavft a Jarpe clientage among Nebraska Feede-s and can always Beat Omalia prices to Kanch customers IF NOTIFIED IJEFOKE SHIPMENT. FLATO COMMISSION COMPANY LIVE STOCK SALESMEN AND BROKERS Capita ] $10OOOO.OO .Directors : Salesmen : F...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 29 December 1898

i . . % ) ' LOOK at to tote to those tote to tote to BARGAINS tote tote tote to MILES tote to tote in tote to tote to tote 49 49 CLOTHING tote tote 49 to * ? tote at tote 4 ? to 49 tote 49 49 49 49 49 RED FRONT tote tote tote tote tote 49 tote 49 tote 4 ? tote 4 ? tote 49 We shall offer for sale for the next tote tote 49 to 49 tote 49 49 60 Days , 200 Suits tote tote 49 tote 49 Of Gents , Youths and Childrens tote tote 49 to 49 tote 49 Clothing at just tote tote 49 to 49 49 OT tote tote tote 49 I to 49 \j „ tote 49 tote 49 49 below actual value tote tote 49 tote 49 tote 49 tote 49 49 49 49 49 Don't fail to call and look at 49 49 49 those bargains and thereby 49 49 save money 49 QR.C.RJAOKJSON DENTIST Office over T. 0. Hornby's store Stairway on west side Operations as nearly painless as possible. j r - - - J. S. ESTABROOK COUNTY SURVEYOR All work executed with promptness and accuracy Office at Estabrook Ilonse on Cherry St. VALENTINE , NEB- 0. W. MOREY | THE VALENTINE WATCH , MAKER ...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 29 December 1898

Pullman Nc' ' Cherry Co. Bnuid iin Ml Milt ' ui 10 thigh Earmark , s itiar < : crop right t sir Southern 1) ran ( let cattle have but OIK i VJ a "half-diamond E"oi naJi.li " " - " ' - ' " -f . ITT"-- Native cattle Iisiv < " throat wattle Ranee on Gordon and Snake Creeks Horses have same brand on loll thigh A Iletcard of $25O will bo ] > aid to anj person for information leading to the arrest am final conviction of any person or persons steal ing eattle with above brand PS HOUSCHE rostofllce address Hrownlee , Neb On left side or any part of animal. Ear mark right ear cut off ; horxca branded same on left hip.Also has stock In-untied II on .side or shoulder , orjKor U'orO'VL orO or FZ. Also , the following , ( lie first on being on side ana hit LBB AND SONS PostofHoe artdres Brownlce Neb On rlsht side , o $ ? Sf LKoii same aide also LEU on Ie/ < sideKan Kan go , cortb < rovrnleo , 2 to * GEO HIGGINS Postoffice address Urownlee , Ni-b Branded on left side ; some HJ'it s...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 29 December 1898

ItOBBIKC I ELVES stoflke address Cody , Nebraska "JSrandod on left side ; horses same loft shoul dcr Range on Snake south of Co4T. ALOKZO HEATH Pastofllce address Cody , Nebraska On left side ; horses Isftshoutdei Range norm of t Cutcomb Lake S A WINSLOW Pfivtoffica Address Cody , Nebraska1 Branded on either gid ; horses sums on left ihoulder Ranue 3-mi. north. east of Eli and south of Niobrani river , 13- rai southwcstofCody A C RIEMENSCHNEIDEK Postoffice address Cody. Nebraska On left side ; also X on right shoulder and 2 on jaw. 3 3 on left Iiiu also 3 on jaw Range-Old Poor Ranch on Niobrara A D COLE Postoffice address Cody , Nebraska Same as on cut. left side and shoulder. Range east and sotith- nnd west of Cody CHAS. E ROBERTS Postoflice address Cody , Nebraska On either side ; some II E 15 ; bonu K K K Range north \rtst of Cody FRAXK J. JONES Pestefflcc address CodyNebrapka On right side ; horses ses same on left shoulder Banje. eight miles west of Cody CHAKLES GART3IDE Postol...

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