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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 17 October 1889

ainthNew York district, vMiame0flioma85 - ! SPEOAL CORRESPONDENCE. WASHINGTON LETTER. (Fniin our regular forrespopdenU Washington. D. C, Oct 11. 18S9.-Tbe president has given a great deal of his time tbN wk to the 25.000 Knights Templars and their nieiid-. who are attending the twenty fourth trienninl conclave of that organiza tion. On Tuesday ho reviewed the mammoth parade, the largest of its kind that ever took place. Wednesday evening he gave the Tem plars and their lady friends a special reception at the white house, which was attended by ni mil tfiO.000 people. The President and Mrs. Harriso" were assisted by Mrs. Secretary Windom. Mrs. Attorney General Miller, Mrs. Secretar Noble and Mrs. Secretary Kusk. The whit house grounds were beautifully 111 u minuted with coloreu electric lights. Besides these formal occasions, the presidont has held informal recoptions every day. Politics have been laid aside this week by de mocratft as well as republicans and all have devoted their en...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 17 October 1889

' j ; T r a? -- "I :r? : VS- r a &- ft i . a .- ir. tvtt THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. C E Kalb, . . JSditor ana iuwiBgw. Joseph A. Gill, . . Associate Editor. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1889. O P RY..L.&C. BRANCH-TIMETABLE PASSENGER. TK-T BOUND. No. 275 leave Colby ISAA IJWU.'A'. 1:05 p.m. 3:35 p.m. .9:30 p.m. 2:30 a.m. i nrr. lonvon Cnlbv " FREIGHT. No. 277 arrives at Colby v nra ir.n-ncCnlbV All trains run on central time. 275 and 276 passenger exclusive. ami 278 mixed same as before, C. K. & N.-ROCKISLAND ROUTE-MQV 18, '88. OOIJ.G Nos.t No. : STATIONS. St. Joseph... Kansas City. COLBY Denver Hist Dist I . frm frm Day Ni.t Ac- CoioCol- Ex Ex com Sp'nr by. ' ii m p m 610 3S8 9a" 810 p m a tii G24 402 900 950 a m p m p m 222 1043 1104 330 n m a m 2T7 640! 660 ooi.no kast. h m p m Denver COLBY... Kansas City. St. Joseph. 402 3881 750 n m 3301 a m 710 i 8351 7251 a mo m 225 8 50 p m' 510 510; ti fmiirht trains-will run ahead of time or ' w. ----,-- --- ..1cn,w beannuucu ninBtuuiiij'"...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 17 October 1889

SeV "V 1 0 JP - K ! - A t. PRINCE EOB. I T WAS a gra&d riht. The mad waters of the Kwollen river boiled and seethed like a cauldron as they rushed over the fallen timber and tore the moss to frag ments. A cvclone had cut a swath through the pine woods, and the flood that followed tore the fallen trees from the bank and bore them down the wild stream. Gustave Stein, the lame boy, lived on Gull Island with his sister Almeda. Gull Island was just below the rapids, a narrow strip of land containing a few acres that Mr. Stein cultivated, and when he died left as a legacy to Ls children. Gustave was a way at a neighbor's house when the storm wme, and his anxiety for Almeda was pitiful. The road from the house where he was stopping to the river opposite Gull Isls.nd was filled with trees, and the wind continued to blow even after the worst was over. "I will keep you company, Gustave," said the farmer, '-or perhaps you had better re main here while I go and ascertain if any thing has ha...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 17 October 1889

i3 WM,e k" "; ''s- V "f v i ?f ' H V'- s'w vv "t - ." . " ' " I -.- w - -. s -- . ii v YUfW iv ft-. THE- NIGHT ;WIND.4 44 "What does Vao night wind say to thee?" I asked a maiden fair to see. ' It whispers of sunny banks and braes. Where my love and I pass happy days; Laden with sw eets from the scented flowers, It wafts me a breath from those blissful hours, Vhen smiling love looked Into my eye 'Neath the blue arch of the summer skies. It murmurs agiiln his dear words so sweet: Heaven is here as I lie at thy feet. Its sunbeams glint in thy golden hair. Thy lips are its perfumed flow'rets rare. Earth, w.th its cares, its vague alarms, Is all forgot in thy tender arms, "While birds and all things near rejoice In the witching music of thy voice." And what to thee does the night wind say!" I asked ot a woman old and gray. "At the sound of its voice I shake with fears, For there comes :i thought of other years When my lover brave left me and home, In foreign lands for gold to roam. He l...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 17 October 1889

S?Pi?PfFFf "VPWBfc if n M SUGAR IS A SUCCESS. The Pkoduct ok this Season will be the Best Ever Known. Since the arrival of State Inspector at : the Parkinson sugar works at Fort Scott, he has placed his official stamp upon 25,000 pounds of sugar manufactured at the works since it started up. The pro . duct of the season thus far gives promise of increased gain, although the works are as jet in but fair working condition. The management expects to run the works up to their full capacity as soon as the are satisfied that all of the ma chinery is in good working condition. The product of the works at this time is of course no criterion as to what may be expected in the near future. As it is, however, all concerned are highly de lighted at the output, as it is a very flat tering indication of what is in store for them when running at their full capacity. The sight presented at the works is a busy one. Wagon after wagon deposits its load of cane at the works daily, and barrel after barre...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 24 October 1889

T" i ' r rii i .... . - ' ? i-s--iSiSiSV5?---- - r " : - - - asm- Tl -. -. jt 4 .w wK.-!8vie-r. - - - Cat I ilUMAtt .lyl? n iw & -,-- a)? COLBY. THOMAS COoNTY' KANSAS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1889. VOL. V. NO. 33. 1.50 PER YEAR. T T' "V -"V ' -7ir'XVo'.SSjS3 z:. -At OOUNTy finals lfjjj 1 OUR Our new fall stock is now all in, and we are prepared to sell more goods than any other store in the county. We have now the largest stock of goods ever placed on our shelves and counters, with new ones arriving daily, at much lower prices than ever before. DRESS GOODS. Our line of Dress Goods is extremely large, comprising Cashmeres, Henriettas, Tricots and Flannels, in plain and stripe, with a large line of trimmings to match. FLANNELS, BLANKETS, ETC. On the approach of winter you will need Flannels, Blankets, Comforts and all kinds of warm goods. Just take a look at our line of these goods before you buy. Our prices are down right low, and quality first-class. CLOAKS AND JACKETS. Do 3'ou wa...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 24 October 1889

- -p' m I i THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. COLBY. KANSAS THE DABY'S BATH. Hie Poworrul Effect It Exerts Upon Its Health Valuable Suggestions. There is no item except care of food that exerts so powerful an effect upon the infant health as care or neglect of the infant's daily hath. Old -wives often insist that some children, which means always their children, are too delicate to hathe. Young mothers often are frightened out of giving the "bath daily because the child cries and Beems unhappy. It is not the hath that injures a child, but the way in which it is given. The water may be too cold or too hot Thero is only one way of settling this matter with per fect surety, that is with a thermom eter. As a rule the water for bathing a young child should be ninety degrees. After it is a year old the temperature may be reduced to the temperature of the room. Never begin to bathe an in fant until every article to be used in bathing and dressing it is laid out ready at hand. One ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 24 October 1889

-.rr ji 'a i rfe 1 THOMAS GOUBTY CAT, - JOSEPH A. C1LL, Editor. COLBY, KANSAS COMFORTED. tTd just been desperate all that day; I couldn't stand one thing more; The work was piling and piling up, like an aw ful mountain before. 3 gave my dishcloth a twist and a wring, the wring of my bitterest mood, .And said: "ir tho Lord is tender, or cares, He'll show me a token for good." .And Milly turned, as she stood outside. In her pretty new figured gown, H saw the tears in her big blue eyes God bless her! they seemed to drown A little of all I was suffering. She waited, and then said she: -'Perhaus He sends us some tokens that we do not look to sec." "When she was gone I sat down and cried, with my head on the old red shawl, I almost thought there wasn't a God to plan lor this world at all! But after I'd cried my tears away, I thought of what Milly had said; I thought of it all the afternoon, and when I had gone to bed. In the morning I went to the door, and there was my cactus at last in b...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 24 October 1889

V4V ' "" vi-rV """" T tr :Yr?J -. FT.i' ?-j 2? K fu rT-WV m I v THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY AlTO CTTg PAPER. issued by TbornCounty PublehOo at Colby, Kansasvcty j.uuj "- C E. Kaltj, , - Editor and Manager. jAcEPirA--rLL. . . Associate Editor. e FINAL PROOFS. All final proof notices must be paid for or paj'inent arranged for in ad- Tance. The charge for publication is $4.00. Parties having proof notices running in the paper should notify us at once in case of mistakes in notice. ..-" REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOTJxH1,ethJuen,imct.H ForCountyTrea Tor County Cleik, .. For BcgNter of Deeds, JAMES C. PASSELL. For Sheriff, , . ALEX SHOWALTER. For County Survej or, W. H.EATON. Tor Coroner, SCOT HAKNEH. For Cominlssioner&l District. W. L. THOMPSON. - TOWNSHIPTICKET. Tor Trustee, W. M. IIIWIN, For Treasurer, L. L. TRENCH. Tor Clerk, For Justice of the Peace. JAS.A.McRILLIP. For Constubles, C. n. DAKIN. W.M.DODDS, "Road Overseers. District 1, O. H.STUATTON. " 2. FRANK COOK. " ;, T. P....

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 24 October 1889

i-jfr--. V .e j" r- "," i -jF V CV-'V s-sC G - U4 tfc Tl THOMAS COUNTY CAT. C. E. Kalb, . . Editor and Manager. Joseph A. Gill, . . Associate Editor. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1889. C. P. KY L. & C. BItANcH-TIME TABLE, PA8SENGER. WEST BOUND. No. 275 leaves Colby EAST BOUND. No. 27B leaves Colby ----- - - FKEIttHT. No. 277 nrrl ve at Colby Kn r w-nvps Colbv 1:05 p.m. 3:35 p.m. ... .9:30p.m. 2:39 a.m. All trains run on rentral time. os. 275 and 276 passenger exclusive. Nos. 277 and 278 mixed same as before, C. K.&N.-BOCKISLANDKOUTE-.NOVIVES- C.OINO WKST. Diit frm Dlst frm Day Ni.t Ac- STATION. Co0 Col Ex Ex com Sp'g! by. a m p m St. Joseph... Kansas City. COLBY... Denver 935 810 n m a m 900 950 a m n m p m 1043, 11 04 330 d ma m 207 640! 6501 ooino KAST. a m p m 75 297 750 725 p m a m 222 330.225 a m p m 624 402 710 510 610 3RS 8355W Denver COLBY-. Kansas City. p m K50 St. Joseph... ii froiMit train will run ahead of timeor be annulled atthe company spleasure. Daily except Sunday....

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 24 October 1889

't irry w1 , . - r ' "? - " Jv' - P $ ' 'i. " -H K &l HAPPY LTOK J HE good fortune of Hanpv Luck was played out busted. Fc three months not a pan bad turned over a shining par ticle of gold and the exchequer of the camp had been re duced to poker chips. Before this financial famine the saloons faded away. The half a dozen faro Vifeisfe banks moved on, and in their train the miners. It came to it mai omyiuut iub Apostle and St. John -were left, and they lingered because of a mournful love of sol itude, independent of all wealth-seeking considerations. Joo was a gambler, the apostle a miner and St. John a literary gen tleman in reduced circumstances. In the flush days of Happy Luck these three had formed an attachment for one another; when the hard times came they remained bound together. The morning that they discovered themselves to be the sum total of the population of Happy Luck, St. John, moved by the romance of their situation, surprised the other two with an original propos...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 24 October 1889

- , c . ,- ., v . is:.3 s-jtt: I ad s& n LOVELY WOMAN'S ERA. Feminine Blight Ja Not la Force, bat Solely in Example. Each year the dividing line between man's and woman's work grows nar rower, and we hear less and less of 'woman's sphere," and what she may or may not do. By her extraordinary strides, one might say, during the last ten years, woman has become a recog nized factor in the Avorld, beyond tho cradle and the hearth. This may in truth be termed the woman's era. A woman's work to-day is exactly what she can undertake and do just what she is capable of and fitted for. Though women encroach more and more on man's domain, they should bend their energies, not to the filling of men's places, but to the making of business records as women, doing their work, not like men, but better, and with greater patience and in tegrity, because they are women. There is some truth in tho charge that business women sometimes grow brusque and self-a3sertive liko men. A long fight with the bu...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 24 October 1889

ftFfsF -, jc rf-),'- -,- ',-y -J V EACH WEDDINC MEAWTA DEATH- Very Remarkable Matrimonial Ex periences of a Cincinnati Shoemaker. Cincixx.vti. O., Oct. 23. A shoemaker named Henry Miller has recently died in this cily who went through a remarkable matrimonial career. He became acquainted with a younc lady, whom he married. She died in giving birth to a girl baby. He after wards married his wife's sister. She, too, died in the course of a year, just after having born to her a girl baby. Mil ler was an industrious fellow, and his father-in-law, a close-fisted dairyman, brought about a marriage between him (Miller) and a third daughter. For two years no child came to bless their union, Then a girl baby was born, and the third wife and 5ister died after child-birth. Almost a year previous to this death, however, the father-in-law died. The mother, who was a treble mother-in-law to Miller, and he. mourned the loss of their dead together. A mutual liking struck up, the result being that m...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 31 October 1889

r4rv j, s- r ,'V- . r ? 3Hsr r- Cat. ? t ' H rf-fcj m Bi ti COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1889. TEN PAGES. 1.50 PER YEAR. VOL, V. NO. 34. i COUNTy Thomas a Landis Court Drug Store. VAN PETTEN, DEANE & CO. PURE DRUGS ANP MEDICINES, Staple and Fancy Sundries- jy Prescriptions accurately and neatly compounded at all hours. JFJ x FRANK B. MHiXTEH, Manager. BORDEN & EDMUNDS, Attorneys at Law, - COLBY, KANS. Practice before all the local courts and Gov ernment Departments at Washington. Real Estate, Pensions, Loans. V. C. EDDY, M D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. COUNTY HEALTH OFFICER. Office In the. Palace Drug Store. Night calls answered from residence on Mission Ridge Avenue between Fourth and Fifth Sts. "NewYorkRackefDryGoodHouse I voniunnnpn .TTT17V 1st. 1889. LEADER MT LOW PRICES. tov nnnntfSoTHINQ NOTIONS HATS AND CAPS. BOOTS AND BUoSrSig?8S5& cKgl l,.lh,t ore 'Net Si'OT Cash o.v Delivery" over tne counter. nev YORK RACKET," Headquarters: J J- r. bm i n, 1...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 31 October 1889

-r""f T' ;" ''- '-f-f 1 i 4. ..,' -.5. .. kJJ4. THOMAS GOTJWIY CAT JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY. - - KANSAS THE OLD STORY. Tell you a story? My graclons sakeal Ther's nouiiag literary 'Pout me, I gue&. I couldn't Invent Any yarn that wad be wuth a cent; Xnerer knew what romances meant Or a goblin Xrom a fairy. To be sure, I remember long ago, When I was a rough miner. And come to this coast to hunt for gold: But then, that story's been told and told Till It's got to be a chestnut old To every '49er. "What! Tell you that? Ail right; here goes: 'Twas In the spring of fifty That I sailed from Portland Portland, Maine The wind due east by the town hall vans? 171th gusty show'rs of sleet and rain, In the clipper ship, the Thrifty. "We rounded the Horn in a howling gale And into the Paclflc; Though why so called beats me, I must say, For till we sailed into 'Frisco bay It blew a hurricane ev'ry day In a way that was terrific. I was much fresher then, young man, A trifle green and jau...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 31 October 1889

-&&. '" w-' U' S - 3H0MAS COOTTY OAT, COLBY. JOSEPH A. CJLL, Editor. KANSAS MOBAL SUASION. THE NATIONAL FLOWER. 3Job liurdolto Casts 1IU Vote In Favor of tlio Humble Plantain. I am going to record my vote for -the National flower, and I am not go--ing to pay Messrs. Whang & Co. twen--ty-five cents for the privilege either. Talk about corruption in our National .elections, there has been more money -spent in this flower campaign, right at 3he polls, and openly, too. than would -elect a councilman. Fellow citizens, Indians not taxed, Chinamen and -women. I irive mv hand and my -vote to the humble and obtru--si-e plantain. She needs no en comium irom me. There she stands, -or rather squats. Where? Right there, right where you are looking at -this minute if there is a spot of ground --six inches square within half a milo -of you. In the velvet lawn that C03t you four dollars a square foot; in the pansy bed; in the tub wherein grows -the accursed oleander, breaker of hu :man ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 31 October 1889

' j if Ijjjpfr t&' T" .y i , 1" S"rW'V -$ K? l If J THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CTIY PAPKB. I66ued by Tbomas County Punishing C- t Colby, Kansas every Thursday of each week. C. E. Kalb, . . ...-z.n:A. Cii., Editor aad Manager. . . Associate Editor. FINAL PROOFS. All final proof notices must be paid for or payment arranged for in ad rance. The charge for publication is $4.00. Parties having proof notices running in the paper should notify us at once in case of mistakes in notice. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Judge 34th Judicial District. CHARLES W. SMITH. For Countv Treasurer. J.F.ROWLAND. For County Clerk, D.S.KAKNS. For Register of Deeds, JAMES C. PASSELL. For Shoriff. ALEX SHOWALTER. For County Surveyor, W. H.EATON. For Coroner, SCOT HARNElt. For CoinmissionerSd District, W. L. THOMPSON. TOWNSHIPTICKET. For Trustee, W. M. IRWIN, For Treasurer, h. L. FRENCH. For Clerk, C.H. PLASTER. For Justice of the Peace. JAS. A. McRILLIP. For Constables, C. . DAKIN. W. M. DODDS. Ro...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 31 October 1889

coumry . ' igr Thomas Cat Sif &Z?i V" ?A' -" i iaS -& r3E?i , . 'C$s .'32 CCf J ri "K$ VOL. V. NO. 34. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1889. TEN PAGES. $1.50 PER YEAR. li-i .4 OUR Our new fall stock is now all in, and we are prepared to sell more goods than any other store in the county. We have now the largest stock of goods ever placed on our shelves and counters, with new ones arriving daily, at much lower prices than ever before. Our line of Dress Goods Henriettas, Tricots and Flannels, trimmings to match. FLANNELS, BLANKETS, ETC. On the approach of winter 3011 will need Flannels. Blankets, Comforts and all kinds of warm goods. Just take a look at our line of these goods before you buy. Our prices are down right low. and quality first-class. CLOAKS AND JACKETS. Do 3011 want to see the largest, completest, nicest and cheapest lot of Ladies' Cloaks and Jackets in Colby? If so. call at our store. We certainly can save 3011 monej, as we have some decided ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 31 October 1889

-&W."' i"? -. " V- ---E JiaSJl fcv '- -" -.-t- . - . -fcrf --. -.- K - '-"O jshfsl 4. A v V 1 h I" m L& ;? fa? tjg- ffS jf irl& MlMMiMMIMSSSSSSBSSSSSaSaSSSaB- ' - w t " ? I1 BS M KIE'S SAD THODGHTS S Uakos a Friendly Call on Ward McAllister. Teens Men mio Are Wey of Uf " Words of Wisdom to the Wag ef th Crest Trait-Mac Re ceives Thm Coldly. Copyrte&t, 1869. by Edgar W. Nys.l One ot the saddest things about the streets of New York is the blaae young num. Hardly old enough to know how to Harness a horse or milk a cow, even for a picnic party, he is already weary of life. Se knew every thing when be was little, and has gradually added to it ever since. Se can not sit through Hamlet because he 'has heard it so often before. He says . Booth is failing. He don't think that Jeffer son speaks so distinctly as ho used to do. Ms is sorry for every body and pities every Taody and wishes be could split up his knowledge and g.ve the slivers of thought and experience to the poor. ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 31 October 1889

?S? ",M S.Q-; '. T? Tv' fKSff-' W - b' "!"'ki-r'a3jaiiimrpw?;i?e,".. - -: -ss Kaw-r Ws . U ' 5 v '. -, . ' ()' --l ... f J iSfWB THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. C. E. Kalb, . . Editor and Manager. Joseph A. Gill, . . Associate Editor. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1889. U. P. BY., L. & C. BKANCH-TIME TABLE. PASSENGER. WEST BOUND. No.275 leaves Colby .1:0a p.m. EAST BOUND. No. 276 leaves Colbr 3:3d p.m. FREIGHT. No. 277 arrives at Colby S?' No. 278 leaves Colby 2:30 a.m. All trains run on central time. Nos. 275 and 276 passenger exclusive. Nos. 277 and 278 mixed same as before. C. K. & N.-ROCKISLAND ROUTE-NOV 1888. GOING WEST. Dist frm Diet frm Day Ex Ni.t Ex Ac- Colo! SpV corn a in p m St. Joseph... Kansas City. COLBY.. Denver 93a 810 a in 900: a m n m 9 BO p m p m 222 1043 1104 330 p m a in 2TT 640! 050 GOING EAST. a m p m Denver COLBY Kansas City. St. Joseph... 720 a mm m 225 8 50 P m 510 510' Local freight trains will run ahead of time or be annulled attne company spieaeuru. Daily except ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
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