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The Red Cloud Chief
FRIDAY. JANUARY 15. 1886.
1Cs.1L P.BcnocK. tMI.UlmWk CUm.wm
fmsKfaramttlM. Hit ctoatdiM tmnA L"?":
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tloa ol tb Je would l inmrj. .
Azhuwuosoc, aaa is nra oafs wh ciuo
A nofcscor In Toedlcil collf ones M tohli
c!a -pntyotirhiDd la ft vice, turn th crew
until tho pain to U yoa cm bear, aad thT rheo
matfcm' turn th acrew once more, and thaw
neuralKla-aad ircnUeaen. tbe medical profeaUoa
too no cure lor cither." Th
rtMina tUm'and Dearalgla, as . many truu
too it rcguUrly-frankly admltttof feat tticr can
Many rcnioM faa.w tried to many atvealtoa rem
edfc. ritboat benefit, that they haTe no ltt
try iwkc. bat It i worth your wkUa to fay Atti
Krthoroa, If yon hare any donbU a to 1U Talna
write for xuua of partieB la your own fitaU who
liavo been cured by It rue.
Auk roar Aruggi tat AthlOphOrO. V Too
cannot Ktit of hiawawSllawd HaipreMpaid oa
receipt of regular prioe-tl.00 per bottle IT
prefer that jou boy It froea jomt drexfUt, bat if
io hasn't it do not be pemadwl to try eoMfhim
else, but order at osoa froaa aa aa direcUd.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., H2WAU. ST., IEW TOM.
We would caution the public to be
ware dealers offering Kemp's Balsam
at the regular price 50c nd $1 , as of
times imitations or inferior articles are
old as the genuine in order to enable
hem to sell cheaply. Ferguson & Co.
are our agents in Red Cloud. Sam pie
bottle given to you fr ce
"Ma which milkman gives the mo st
cream; the one that has the best cows?
" Hardly my son ! It's the one which
has the best conscience.'
The Excitement Not over.
The rush at Ferguson &. Co's drug
store still continues on account of per
sons afflicted with coughs, colds,
asthma, bronchitis, and consumption
to procure a botle of Kemp's Balsam
for the throat and lungs which is sold
on a guarantee and is giving entire
satisfaction. It is a standard family
remedy. Price 50c and $1. Trial size
China nv.d Gln.w:rc.
Fun and Physic.
A man who had a spite against a
neighbor took advantage of the latters
death and burial to write on his tomb
stone, with red chalk the following
Here lies his body for his soul,
You'll have to search a deeper holc
Kucklf n Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts
bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands
chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions
and positively cures piles, or no pay
required. It is guranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded
Price 25cts per box. For sale by
Stop that Coughing",
y useing JJr Frazier's throat and
lung balsan the only sure cure for
colds, coughhoarseness and soar
throat and all disease of the throat
and lungs. Do not neglect a Cough
of gratefull people owo their lives to
J)r Frazier's Tnroat and Lung Balsam
and no family will ever be without it
after useing it, and discovering it3
marvelous power. It is put up in
largo family bottles, and sold at tho
ymall juice of 50 cts.
Fkuouson' it Co.
Trunin: I haven't had a bite ior
days. Farmers wife: I'll accommo
date you, Tige ! Tige ! He didn't wait
for a bite.
Dr Frazier's Magic Ointment.
A sure curs for boils, burns sores
cuts, flesh wounds, sore nipples, hard
It may be fatal. Scores and hundreds and soft corns chapped lips and hands
The scholary people give a philos
ophical reason for calling steamboats,
lire engines etc., she. The Lowell Cit
izen says the fire engine is called she
because all the men turn and run af
A Groat Discovory.
Mr. Win. Thomas, of Newton, Iowa:
".My wife hns been scrously affected
with a cough for tweutyfive years and
this .spring more severely than ever be
fore. She had used many remedies
with out relief, and being urged to try
J)r. Kings New Discovery, did so, with
gratify'ng results. The first bottle re
lieved me very much and the second
has absolutely cured inc." Trial bot
tles free at Henry Cook's; ding store.
Large size $1.
A correspondent entered a printing
office and accused tho compositor of
" not having punctuated his conimuni-
'Jflauition, when the typo earnestly replied
"I'm not a pointer, I'm a setter."
Novcr Givo Up.
If you are suflerieg with low or de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, genera
debility, disordered blood, weak con
stitution, headache, or any disease of a
billions nature, by all means procure
a botte of KIcctrio Bitters, you will be
.surprised to the rapid jj improvement
that will follow, vou will bo inspired
with new life strength and activity will
return, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold
at 5()o a bottle by Henry Cook.
Teacher observing a blot on urchin's
book inquires, whatsis that? ''Sure
and J think it's a tear sir." How
cou'd :i tear be black? "1 think one of
tho colored boys dropped it."
Tho Impending Danger.
The rescent statistics of the number
of deaths show that a large majority
die with consumntion. Thi AUps
may commence with an appearantly
harmless cough which can be cured
instantly By Kemp's Balsam for the
throat and lungs, which is guaranteed
to cure and relieve all cases. Price 50
.. cents and $1.00 Trial size free. For
sale by Ferguson it Co.
Price 50c. Sold by Druggists.
vn.UA.MS Mf'o. Oo., Props.
Little girl diplomat: "Papa, I have
called on you to ask your advice.
"What about my dear? "What doyou
i. think it would be best to give me' on
Piles! Piles!! Piles!!!
,-Snre cure loi blind hWilmir ,
"i - -t - .wv..,..j, ...aw
pitching piles. One box ha cured the
worst i-aseoflH) years standing. No
one need sutler live minutes after use-
ingTvi!Hanxs Indian Pile Ointment It
ahtorbs tiumn-s. allays itching , acts as
pouliu-e. gives instant relief. Psepared
, only for piles, itching of ihe private
part . nothing else. Sold by druggists
and mailed on recient of prh $1.
' . -Williams 'Jf'g Co. Pi MI'S.
- - Cleveland, Ohio.
4? Ssiuuiy. you're a naughtx boy to adl
ybwr- auiit stupid. Go at once and tell
her ihat you are .sorry, (lie goes.)
"Aunty I'm sorry you're sos'upid."
I low many young ladies will reach
from Chicago to Omaha. "A miss is
as good as a mile."
Dr. Frazier's Root Bitters.
Frazier's root bitters arc not adrani
shop beverage, but are strictly medical
ineveiy sense. They act strongly up
on the liver and kidneys, keep the
open and regular, cleanse the blooy
snd system of every impurity. Sold bd
Why is a kiss like a sewing machine?
It seams good. Do you mean a Singer
or a Domestic? Take your choice.
Chamberlain's cough remedy does
not dry up a cold, but loosens and re
lieves it. It aids expectoration, opens
ths secretions and frees the system of
the poisons of a cold. Its soothing,
healing and strengthening powers
have won for it the titlo of the best
made. Every one who uses it says its
a uood medicine. Sold by all druggists.
Which is the strongest an apple" or a
pear? The apple, it drew a pair out
of the garden of Kdcn.
Spc'iking of children being troubled
with ciou p. 31 r. O. B. Hayden, drug
gist, l'anora, Iowa, says: "I have used
Chamberlain's cougl" remedy in the
treatment of croup in 1113' family for
the past three or four years and have
invariably had satisfactory results from
its admsnistration." I consider it a
certain anc speedy cure for this dang
crous disease." Sold by all druggists.
Why is a 100m full of married people
enmty ? Because there is not a sin le
person in it.
Thre bottles of Athlonhoros have
entirely relieved my brother-in-law
Leu is Zimmering, of rheumatism
which lonnerly bioubled him and he
can walk without the least inconven
ience. William Sommers, Foreman
for C. F. McMillan ,t Bros. McMillan
A pretty nice piece of business.
Sleepless nights made miserable by
tipit terrible coughing. Shiloh's cure
is the remedy for 3-011. Sold bv Hnnry
Fine business. The police court
Cough, whooping cough, and bron
chitis immediately relieved by Shilohs
euro... Sold by Henry Cook.
A smashing butsness. Running
Shiloh's Cough and Consumption
cure is sold by usn a positive guar
antee. It cures consumption. Sold
at Henry Cook.
A heavy business. Importing elephants.
That hacking cough can be so quick
ly cured by Shiloh's cure. We guara
ntee it. Sold by Henry Cook.
A dry good business. Selling salt
Wili you sillier with dispepsia and
liver complaiut. Shilo's Vitalizer Is
guaranteed 10 cure you. Sold by
A light business. Making candles.
For lame back, side or citts t us
Shiloh's porous Piasters. Price :25 cts
Sold by Henry Cook.
Paying business. The cashiers.
Sound business. The drummers.
'-1? - " -
dozen vcars ago an Antwerp tador
boiHit for a franc- a dirty liuie picture
which had boloimed to an old doctor
then reccntl v decease!. Tin- tailor hung
t,. ii-Hiin u;hu UK' wan. oiu i mi
To Younff Ladies,
If your life is made a burden cwinir
Alaekbeds. nimples; ami other rrun-
lions, niarringyour beauty antl causing tliiwk it worth the cost of cleaning, and
?o much ebagnh'jtis no longer neces
ry to end-ire it. Br Flash's Familv
on, !-.,:!:, will certaiolyjeaiovc all such
b)c.:shes and leave your skJn soft
wonui.anN:ieautiinS. g,ll by all
rrligists Ynid.niai!ed Upon rVceint ..!
. . :.-
te' "' '.- "A 'j-j-a' lujecior fri'f xilhv'!uTt
" Mt I $ii$M'llt ' reiiiody. prioe
i, . - ii" -' 5Vct'.nt; " -lil byflqnryiCtiok.
nobtHh found it von' anraemc a
l;tle lUe r.o. howewr. an artist iwjk
licisctl to sitMt :md indiicel the owner
to leiiil it ti him to clean. No sooner
va5 l'a litt coal of d:rt removed than
tln'tv xntfi H'ii in ) i! th' corners the
?rn:itmv: "Pit-In P.-fJo UuIkmis WW.''
Thi. pictnns rcii-.-nt, Christ blessing
tint wtirliLantl ;-s:ul tn be in cxivlnt
VU- ts:l. r has alrtuwly
re-iiCl ra z ! of-v for his pict
ure. Wi hi- isv;uihi nnt "rich Amer
Jcan comes alon. -,v - . .
One of the most important things is
to season glass and china to sudden
changes of nmperatan so that thcr
will remain sound nftw exposire to sud
den hca or cold. Thti Ls'best done by
placing the articles in cold water,
which must gradually be brought to the
boiling point and then allowed to cool
very slowly, taking sever! hours to do
it "The commoner tin materials the
more care in this rr.-jK-ct is required.
The very best glass and china is always
well reasoned,' or annealed before it is
sold. If the wares are projwrly seasoned
in this way they may be washed in boil
ing water without fair of fracture, ex
cept in frosty w ather, when, even with
the best amuakd ware.-, care must be
taken not to pl;ee them suddenly in too
hot water. All china that has any gild
inr upon it may on no account be nnibed
with a cloth of any kind, but merely
rinsed lirst n hot and afiprwanl in cold
water, and then left to drain till dry.
U the gilding is very dull and requires
polishing, it may " nov and then bo
nibbed with a soft wa-h leather and a
little dry whiting: but this operation
must not lc repeated more than once a
year, otherwise the gold will most cer
tainlv be rubbed oft' and the china
spoiled. When the plates, etc., are
away in thw china closet, pieces of
paper should be placed between them to
prevent scratches 0:1 the glaze or paint
ing, as the bottom of all ware has little
particles of sand adhering to it, picked
up from the oven wherein it was glazed.
The china closet should be in a dry situ
ation, as a damp closet will soon tarnish
the gilding of the best crockery.
In a common dinner service, it is a
great evil to make the plates too hot,
as it invariably cracks the glaze on the
surface, if not the plate itself. We all
know the result it comes apart; "no
body broke it;" "it was cracked before,"
or "cracked a long time ago." The fact
is, when the glaze is injured, every
time the "things" are washed the water
gets to the interior, swells the porous
clay, and makes tin whole fabric rot
ten. In this condition they wiH also
absorb grease, and when expo.-cd to
further heat the grease makes the
dislics brown and discolored. If an
old, ill-used dish be made very hot in
deed, fat will be seen to exude from the
minute fissures upon its surface. These
latter marks apply more particularly to
As a rule, warm water and a soft cloth
are all that is required to keep glass in
good condition: but water bottles and
wine decanters, in order to keep them
bright, must be rinsed out with a little
muriatic acid (commonly known as
spirits of salt), which is the beat agent
for removing the. fur" which collects in
them. This acid is far better than
ashes, sand or shot, for ashes and sand
scratch the glass, and if any shot i left
in by accident it is poisonous. Kiehly
cut glass must be cleaned and polished
with a soft brush, upon which a little
line chalk or whiting is put; by this
means the lu-ter and brilliancy are pre
served. Hotel Jlcfjislcr.
CHAS. F CATHEB, Prop.
m plete and only set of Abstract books in the
Abstracts or Title to all lands of this county carofully prepared at
SHORT KOTICS ft Reasonable Rates.
Real Estate bought and sold.
Insuni ccin solidcompanics
Slonvy to Saihui oi2 l&eal 'JQ&tiiti; :iml C'linttle
Security- 'ffttXtfjasiiia- i'm 2so:;-r..-.ii3enl..
Referanco Any Of tho business iner. of Red Cloud. Ofllco, North
OHAa BUSCHOW, Proaidwit, . T. KKHLA2fD, Vio-PrsMy
Robu V.SHI1T, Trrr.
NEBRASKA & KANSAS. 1
RED CLOUD NEBRASKA."
K. 1). Jones. O. C. Ct.-o. K. V. ?hirey, Ght Htwdiow. K. B. Fj!i4
K. K HiubSand. Geo. K. Holland. D. M. Datt. t.60, J. Warrw
n imprhVed tarmo in .'ohr Quaint K;tna.. rIonv firhcl a ;mk 5 hr
secunty h approved Prineiph nnd intcitt p.tyrtW t !! CUul
OFFICK IX H) CLOm .ATJ0XAh H.I.VK UUrLD!N.
JyJORHART & KULTOJNJ
tii k rorui.iK
Ferguosn & Co.
Successors to R. R. Slierer
Alltho old patrons of tho City Drug- Storo aro cordially invitod to
continuo their pntronatro as heretofore, wo shall endeavor to
ploaso you. Our stock ot ovorytmnpr mat portams to tuo
drug trado will be kopt up to tho
HIGHEST STANDARD OF KXCELLEXCK
Weshal! have new announcements to make soon
and new stock to exhibit
OF RED CLOUD.
Havo tho LARGEST and Most Complete atcko of
New Jewelry Store
Everything new and fresh. No old shelf worn
Sings in ondless varioty. "Watches and Clocks. An ologant lino of sil
ver and plated ware, Gold Chains, Charms, Eroochos of uniquo
patterns and Elegciit Finish. Musical Ins.rumcnts of all
kinds. Repairing a Specialty.
NEW DISPLAY OF HOLIDAY GOODS
ARE CONSTANTLY ARRIVING.
llritish Army Xi'tioualitios.
Among other instructive matter in
that hest of all hhio hooks, the general
annual return of the army, there is a
table giving the nationalities of tint rank
and tile since Jan. 1. 1SUS. At that date
the proportion per 1,000 men was o!l.'l
English, 01 Scotch, :50S Irish, ami 5
foreigners. Compared with the. respec
tive populations of the three divisions of
the United Kingdom, the Irish then
showed by far the most martial spirit.
A steady change, however, set in about
that time, the numbcK of English re
cruits increasing year after year, while
that of the Irish fell oil'. This, tendency
has gone on ever since, almost without
interruption, and on the l.-t of January
thi vear the English proportion was
7:K) per 1,000. while the Irish had fallen
to ITS. Scotch recruiting al.-o dimin
ished up to 187f, but has remained sta
tionary since that year, the present pro
portion being 78. It ought, however, to
be considerably larger than it is, to
meet the recruiting requirements of the
more numerous Scotch regiments. As
the reverse is tho eae, the conclusion
would seem to be tlioe, battalions are
much more leavened with English re
cruits than before the territorial sy.tem
became established. The. number of th
several nationalities on Jan. 1 were re
spectively: English, l-iS.O': Scotch.
i;J,7:J0, and IrL-h, :l,i::. a striking con
trast to 1M5S. when they were lOH.SIO.
17.011, and .V..W5. It i noteworthv
that more than half the irih diminution
has taken plaee .-inee iss:. Indicating
thatJIr. I'arneli's teaching i had
some t licet in restniining Irishmen from
enlisting. London O'ioOt.
c Hardware. Stoves, Tiawn, Ciir f, k fm '
Nails, Rope, Window Screens, &c.
t ho Ropublican Valloy. W Koop only tho BEST troodtt nnd noil
choap us tlioao tlrxna that carry an Inferior Htook. O-Jt our
prioos boforo vou ouv aud vou will avo monoy.
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Goo.W. Ball. R. D. Yoiser ,
Reiser & Co.,
Red Cloud - Nebraska
30 OOO acres Land forlSalo. Improvod Farms, unimproved Lands.
Business Houses, Rcsidonces, and Town Lota,
fin m. ya-o5r--iD)irsrAi i. S " M I: a
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CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY
By roaiion or 1 cct 1 po-t;:on an 1 clo. rribtiou to nil ptindpet IIdchi V-Anl tuwt
V est, nt lntUftl ml terra. n point. rotutliutM ttm ir.ont imnortnnt ml.(nil
ncntnl link In that mwt rm of tiroiiti trnnwporUUon which invito bihI ffttrlJi
tntH tntvi'l nnil trnlLr b. t.votn titfei of fhe Atlnnik' ni,ii laeilr t'otorti
la uIbo tho fcivorlto uml hf4t rout xa mill frotn jkjUIU Urst, h'rth?oit itft'l
Southcntt, nnil corran'imjr potnt Wi Xurilivrvnt nnil ulbTVtwt.
Tho Hoclc Inlnnil ir':n InclutHw m It mmn Un.i wul hmmi,.. in.i.--.r.
iriiuir .rriiTT 11 -. . . m i 'ui w - 1 ikmimtri nT.faa. uta.i . vs... a.
Duvunpor M'vntnM, V ahlnton. FstrliMld, Cltnmv.n. OjOcu'rmo. Viiit
Liberty, loxn Oty t"n MolnA. JlHlloni XVlnlctTt, AUnntlr. Knoxvlllc
Amluon, Harlan. Gu? r). ivr:-.j inl Coum-.J HiuiTit. in l.-n. UaitnUn
Trenton. Ciunron I i;.u City !i M'wt:i. I ravimucrtli tmc Atoblavi.
iu Kiwihh; Albert Iv . Minrwipolw d ft VnU. In MJnnotA. Wnmrttft hi
Dakouu nnd hundro-J f inrznod!Ht cltlow, town", xniluaae mid HUMernm.
r.d tho flno lino of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES. MELTONS, &C.
Custom work neatly done and after tlie mos
approved fashions. Cutting and fiuine
a specialty, prices reasonable.
nacnen nnd th MlfMurl Rhvrnrr i.
s-c'.l vnt'lntfKl,anoiy nrrolntnvl Day tronchf., Motmincjr.t iSdloiMit
R'porn or UlO laUfiS doalifjt. and fUluptUOUrt PinllJ Cnn. hi vrulch
y rooked meili nr InLnurelv un.vm. -?om1 iHatitttn umiim. ...
Old Stand East Sido Webster Streot
Terror of Haunted Locomotives.
liOcomotivo.s i'ir"mc. rs are almost, if
not dtojrotlier, as stijc;iLio5is in ri'iard
to hauntod locomotives a sailors in re
gard to haunted .-hips. About ten yours
ago the engine IWat Jlorgan blow up
while standing on tho track of the Shore
Line, road near the station in Provi
dence. It. I., killing the engineer. Tha
engine wa subsequently rebuilt and put
on the road. On the first trip that sho
made after being rebuilt hc went tear
ing into Providence, in the night with
tho train swinging behind and the sleep
ing town echoing to the shrill whistle
On approaching 'the station the engi
neer leaned forward to shut otT the steam,
but to his horror a ghostly form aj)
pearod at his side and a ghastly hand
grasped his wrist and held lum fast.
When the Nation was reached the gho-t
disappeared and the niiineer .-topped
the train onie di-tamv beyond. At
lca.-t. this is what the eng-'inx-f tells.
Many people hav. net forgotten, the
terrible- Richmond switch disaMyr s-r-
er.il years ago un tlie Proiltfficc and
Stonington road. A little brook became
ti. t .1 . . i
swoiieu ny ine nun aim oarne-i away a
railroad firidge. Tho tmin e:nie nih
ing along that night and was hurled in
to the chasm. (Jiles. the engim-er. when
he saw the danger ahead." inste:ul of
leaping from the engine as Ids iinunan
did. grasped the lever and reversed the
engine. IV.it it was too late. The train
was going at such speed that the loco
motive leaped c!e;ir across the stream,
and they found Giles lying under his
overturned engine with the lever driven
through his body and one hand elutch
ing the throttle-valve with the grasp of
death. Giles, when ho came into Provi
dence, was accustomed to give two e
caiiar whistles as a signal to his wife,
who lived near the railroad when it
enters the suburbs of tho city, that he
was all riht and. would soon be home.
Tito absence of those whistles was the
tirst intimation hicli was received at
Providence of the disaster. When the
engine which made the terrible leap on
that stormy night was rebuilt and put on J
the road again thetv wn- at tirt great I
trotible in getting engin,i,rs for it, irith
sneli a swM'rliiios horror M"ns It re
garded. TVxlay tlicre are iHxile ready
to swear that t hov have heard whistles,
pitch as Giles iwmI to Wow a f ignals o
ids; wife, sound througli e snburbs of
ProvWcacc when, no tniia vras coining
nj tboroad. : JVC TTribunt.
Where will be found everything m the rocrrv line, such as
Siwar. Teas. Coffees. Sinnis.
irritif. Baeon. Ham. Dried Mtee
Cheese and Crackers, Tobacco, Ci.irs. Flour, Peed, Glass and (Jucunswij
Hoping by -fair de-din r t turrit :ts)iare of the public patronage
IN FEATH'ERLEY'S BUILDING,
Opposite ht Chicago Lumber Yard.
MQSHEBS MEAT MARKET
T. J- M03HEB, Prop,
RED CLOUD, 2TEB
THE CREAT RQCK ISLAND ROUTE
fJuurantoes its pntrift tht ono of pcmonil seenrftr MTordr-d bynMaSliL
thoroughly bnlli--u.'l rond-itd: Jnjoh tracks cl coutlnumw tr r1t: mib
Htantlnlly built oulvcrtH Bnd undue, rouint; fUH'lc iw tonr tmrffCUtnt n
human skill c-m zau!:o it, ttio wifoty nppllnnixa i potent butivm nhttfonna
and rdr-brake-. i-id that xfvctln dnJcinMno vttlrb Hovcntt (tit pm4?Uaid
onomtlon or nil It-i trnlnn Ottjor e-lnyrnhUm of thla rou. ixr 'TrnnWorn nt
nil connocUnir pol-iUi tn Union I'pot. nrd llw uijaurptvinl comforo mX
Tho Fiujt Exproaa TrnSn txtW(on (
pOHoti or v
Appetite, and Health on lyth" LkifAeta Oilrmn) and Kmi? Cty nnd
Atchison, aro nlno rin tho CoiMbrnUnl Jlooinlm; Chair Cnr
THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE
In the direct nnd favorite lino bif.vMn ChloufO nnd Mlnnvpola nad Et PuTu
whom connectlona nro nruln a Union Depots for ad point in tho T?rr1tort"
nnd n.-ltisb I'rovincort Over ';H rouMJ. Ffua Kxpnww Tndn r run Uj th
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Council BIuJTh. Kanin Clty.Minnonoolin nnd it I'Juil anJ tn:rfm.Hftfrt ltirtir
For dotallod Inforrautton jmx Miiw aad Foidorr obtrUnnbt m rf?4T im
Tlckota, at nit prtnclpal Ttckot OSicoa In tho UnJtod BlnVr And CafWuiB. ef
R. R. CABLE. E. ST. JOHN,
President and Central Manager. Chicago. Central Ticket and Patunr An!4 Qatu 9x
Nebraska Lumber Co
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