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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 20, 1899)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, OCT. 20, 1899.
-f Two years ago I suffered se
verely from neuralgia and pal
pitation of the heart. I was
unable to do light housework.
Nothing1 brought relief until I
took Dr. Miles1 Heart Cure. 3
bottles removed all trace of my
disorder and I now feel like a
new woman, Mrs, j, d. Houston,
160 8. Water St., Exetsr, N. H. "
li fold by all (lrtiKKlntn on guarantee
first bottln lieut'lltn or moiiry buck.
Hook on heart mill nerves aunt free.
Dr. MHei Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind.
F. F. COBLE,
OFFICE IK MOON III.OCK.
JiBurancB written on city nnil fnrm
property nt lowest rates.
FRED E. McKEEBY, M. D.
Surgeon B. d? M. R. R. ompany,
ami U. S. fcmsln Surgctn.
ity and country calls promptly nn.
swored day or night.
mCKOVKIlLlNDSKY'H MEAT .WaHKKT
NIQIIT CALLS AT OFI'-ICD.
Dr. E. A. Ckkighton,
Henorary (Irnduato & fcSilver Medalist
Western UniverNity, Canndn.
alis Answered Day and Nioiit.
trrc Otih Ook'r IHAnArr.
J. S. EMIG-H,
IK YOU WANT IT.
Inwi I Bridge Work or Teeth Wiihoot Plates.
Aaa all tht lateit Improvement la dental mecb
I. B. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE $ FARM LOANS.
Look llox 23. (Initio Hook, Neb.
All kinds of property bought, sold und
OVERMAN c BLACKLEEQB
KTTORNBYS - RT - L.TX1M,
OtUct afcr JHiif Office.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
R. D. BEDFORD.
fosuranee - flgeney.
JEtna Fire Insuraccu Company,
Nationul riro Insurance Co.,
Connecticut Firo Ins. Co.,
Qncon Firo Ins. Co,, of America,
New York, N. V
Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Norwich Union Firo Ins. Society,
Employers' Liability Assurano Corpor
ation, limited, (accident)
All Standard Comvaniks.
Your Patronagk Somcitkd.
Lands and Collections.
aihCljrup. TaMeaGood. UnH
in time. Hold br drairaUti.
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,:; OLCOMN'S HOUSE KENT. '
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Kilns A. Holcomb, while governor of
the state, not only accepted nn uncoil-
eiiiniioua iipproprmiion lor mo pi y- .
jnent of Ids pnvuto house rent, bnt oy '
the use of padded vouchers ho took from
the Mate treasury almost double tho
ninoiint of money that tho house rent
actually cost. It takes no argument to
Mtbstuntinto this. Tho records aro tlio
When tho legislature of 1803 mndo a
lintihe-rent appropriation for Cloveinor
Crounse, the last Republican governor,
it was promptly vetoed. Crotinso In
bis incsMige declared ituucoiiMitutlouul,
nnd said tho legislature had no power to
iiicrvuMi tho salary or perquisites of any
Governor Holcomb had no such re
gard for the constitution or tho law.
Ho regarded the law as "n farco uud n
eh am," as his sworn testimony Inter dis
closed. Ho was glad to take tho houso
rent appropriation, und bo intended to
make us tuuuU us posslblo out of it.
Tho records show that for tho first
six months nf ter tho appropriation was
available in 1 Rl)5, Holcomb lived in a
houso belonging to A. O. Orandall.
Thero is no ovidenco of tho actual
amount paid Cnuidall for tho rent, but
tho vouchors drawn show that for each
quarter tho governor drew $180 in ad
vance. Ho had Orandall sign tho
Ou tho 1st of October Holoombrentod
a houso from Mrs. Gould at the nito of
130 per month. And yet tho record
show that for tho quarter ending Jan. 1,
1800, ho drew in advance 180 for
"houso rent." The date of this voucher
is Sept. SO, 1806.
Tho next voucher drawn was ou
Maroh U, 18W), when Holcomb took $350
oil iu a lump, the voucher saying it was
lor "House rent," but aid not say wnat
period of time it covered. This was the
case with all futuro vouchers, un adroit
effort having boon mado to gayer up tho
misappropriation or steal'. Tho record
of all tho vouchers drawn, as shown by
tho books in tho auditor's ofHcois us
Woy3, 1805 $180.00
July 11, 1K05 180.00
Sept. 30. lHltt lhO.iHJ
March li, 18U0 1150.00
Deo.JM, 181W itoo.(H)
Aug. 7, lh97 lUOitMl
Doe. 24, 1MI7 iifio.ai
Muyatl, IK'.W "50.00
Aug 8, lhltt 100.00
1)00.10, 1808 200,(R
Jun.0, lhVJ 8J1.U0
Governor Holcomb deliberately mis
appropriated aud put in his pocket each
month a littlo over $10. All this in
Bplto of tho fact tho nnuronriation in fnr
u certuin amount for houso rent, "or so
mucu tnerooi as may bo nocessary."
No quibble will justify tho steal. Tho
state olllcials now ndmit tho wrong,
and to prevent tho vouchors from being
inspected by tho public, the auditor has
removed them from thoir usual places
with the other vouchers in tho vault,
nnd has them concealed at the present
timo in Deputy Pool's desk. A good
way to jirovo this is to go and oak to soo
Tho sworu ovidonco given by Mrs.
Gonlil buowb how much was paid for
tho houso which Holoomb rented or her
on tho 1st of October, 1895, and which
he still occupies. Sho toBtitlod botoro
an investigating cominittoo as follows:
Q. Who rented tho property?
iJotti or us; my husband and my-
Who Is tho tonunt?
What does ho pay now?
m.. xniriy iiouars.
Q. Who pays the water rent?
A, He dons,
Q. Tho rental price la tho same as
when you rented Itr
A. Yes. hlr.
Here followed n numlicrof questions ro-latin-to
tho rental valuo of property In
the city as compared with years ago, and
iiu icniiinuiij- ri'kinuou us ioiiows:
U. NVhat year was it with reference to
kls being elected governor? Do you
know tho year that you rented it to him?
A. Why, I am not positive when tho
rent began, but I think it was In Ootober,
18U6, 1 couldn't swear to that. 1 hadn't
only 16 minutes to get ready in and I
hadn't much time to look anything up. I
think it was October, 1805, he first rented
Q. After that your husband did tho
A. Yon, sir.
Q. And you don't know how many
yenrthe routed It for; that la, you can't
A. I suppose it would bo since 1 SOS. It
would be four years. This U 1890.
Q. In collecting the rent, Mrs. Gould,
to whom waw It puld?
A. It wus usually paid to mo, but to
jauv uuauavweiw jtwajaj
A The governor.
(i- How did ho pay It to you, by chock
or monwr ;
A. .Sometimes In money nnd some-
times In cheek or draft.
Q. Were yon ever paid by warrant
from the mote? Did tho stato pay you?
Q. It wan always dd either by money
or a private eheckr
A. Vex, xlr,
Q, Wan It Mild monthly or quarterly?
Q. Irt advance?
A. Not always. Sometimes it would
1m) prott ,r t-wo moiitiH. Somot
tho Jfith and sometimes near tho last,
io last. It
tiiivjtt inu titilil Hirlit fit. till, ilnv.
Q. Did you collect It by going after It,
or was It. brought to the house?
A. Ho usually brought It to me.
The legislative investigating commit
tee, before which this ovidonco wiih
given, tried to get Ilolcomb to testify.
He refused to come forwurd and ex
plain himself, lor the good ioauii that
no explanation was posniblc. Tho fol
lowing l it part of the coinmitU-o'M olll-
'TboLMtlisesHloiiortlieleglsiatureofiiio.,,,,,11,,,. lliuisl luu ,i iIiiciuh of ills-
Mute oi .eurusku, ny houso rou . o.w,
bill makliiK atiproprli.tlon for current ex
....I... a . i. a, 1. 1 . Iix fjin ntiomllt tir.
penses for tho blennlum, appropriated the
sum of $1,600 for houso rent for tho gov
ernor. The ith solou of tho legislature,
by houo roll No. 014, nlso appropriated
for tho purpose of houso rent for tho gov
ernor tho sum of $1,500 for the blennlum.
Complaint having been made to tho com
mlttflo that this sum had been misoppro
prluttxl, evldeucu in relation to tho same
was heard, and from tho ovidenco wo Und:
That the llrst two vouchors drawn against
this fund thus cruutod wcro ouch for th
mm of $1B0, each purported on Its fnco to
lw for three months' houso rent; tho war
rants In jNivineiit thereof being drawn to
A. O. Cmndull. Those vouchers were, to
ay the least, Irregular in that tho first
drawn May !J was for rent to July 1, 1806,
while tho second, drawn July 11, 1805, was
for rent to Oct. 1, 181 ft, thus paying tho
bills for rent before they matured.
"Tho committee further llndsthnt from
alwtit tho llrst of October, 1805, to tho end
of his term of otllco tho governor occupied
n residence ou A street In tho city of Lin
coln, ownvd by Airs. O A. Gould, and for
which ho paid a rental of $30 per month,
which sum was paid monthly at tho con
venience of tho governor, and to tho en
tire satisfaction of Mrs. Gould; that dur
ing tho time he occupied said resldcnco as
governor ho presented vouohers In his
own namo amounting to $1,048.20, throoof
which amounting to $710 wcro not sworn
to as required by law, for tho paymont of
which the stato auditor Issued his war
rants on the state treasurer.
"Tho committee wore unablo to procure
tho attendance of A. C. Crundall, to whom
thejlrst Jwo warrants wcro Issued, toas-
curtain thonmouifb actually pitlil'to hint
for rent, but giving tho liencllt of tho
doubt to the vouohors as tiled, and ad
mitting that $)0 per month was tho
amount of rent actually received by lvSm,
It will bo seen that $773.i.,0 of tho amount
M-t apart for tho payment of houso rent
has been misappropriated by Governor
Holcomb, uud your committeo would
recommend that your excellency refer
this matter to the attorney general with
Instructions to tako such stops as may bo
necessary to recover from Mr. Holcomb
the amount thus misappropriated."
This sumu man who makes out padded
vouchers, who arranges to lmvn
them concealed from tho publio
guzo, who refuses to uppenr and
testify before a committee, uud who
fuils to explain in any way why ho
pocketed this mouoy, iB now a candi
date for tho otllco of supremo judge.
Tho houso rout fraud is only ono of tho
many repreheusiblo deals entered into
by this "pollticiun for spoils only." Ho
is not tit for tho snpromo beuoh, and
should bo repudiated at tho polls.
Try GrainOl Try Graln-Ol
Ask your grocer today to show you a
package of (ii'uin-O, tho now food
drink thnt takes ihe plnco of coitoo.
Tho children may drink it without in
jury us well as the udult. All who try
it, liko it. (iraiii-O his that rich seal
brown of Mocha m-Java, but it is mndo
from pure grains, nnd the most delicate
stomach receives it without distress.
One-fourth tho price of coffee, lfio and
2oc per package. Sold by all grocers.
Beauty ! Ulood Deep.
Clcun blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cascurets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood und keep it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver und driving all im
purities from the body. Begin today to
banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
tajcarets, beauty for ten cents. All drug-
ituus, Miuiacuon guaranteed, JUc, -J5c, Wc.
Relief in Six Hours,
niatrewlnu kidney and bladder dlaeaiei re
lieved in Mx bourn br "New Ureal South Amerl
can Kidney Cure." It is a ureal lurpriae on ac
count of iu exceeding promptnwa In rcllerlnr
pain it bladder, kldneyr and back, Iu male or
femnle. llelletn retention of water aimoat
"mmeo'ieiy. If you aut quick relief and
vuiw .ma ia mc remniy. Hold uy U.
dmgilM, Red Cloud, Neb.
Dr. E. Detchon'. Antl Dieuretlc.
May be worth toypiimore than lion if you
have a child who soils bedding from inconusn
enco of water durluc sleep, ourcs old and
CtT? ? n,?.rr,,,,,? lue ironWealoiiee. II
Sold by C. I.. Cotting. druKKlst, Red Cloud. Nebl
Kdnrata Tour Dowel, with Ciisriirot.
ivo,jdo. if 0.0.O fall, drugRista refund money
U T)W Gome.
A Story of MirPIaccd Confidence
and Woe bv an Amateur.
ta -1 4 -1 4 -a 4 4 -9 -1 -9 4 -1 - 4 -1 -) -i -1 4 -1 4 4 !
Mis. X was Hearing the end of life's
journey. Tho dcath-dow was settling
upon her brow. Tho sorrowing hus
band stood at her budsido. Tho (light
ened llttlo ones hoveled near the loot
of the couch, moaning in undertones,
i buy having been cautioned "not to
disturb poor, sick mania." Kind neigh
bors weio softly tip-toeing in and out
of tho death chamber, eager to admin
Mur to tho coinfoit of their friend,
u nose spirit was .slipping away fioin
the slimes of modality, and whose
1 pine, loveableihaiacter had -So endear-
! 'il 1 1 ' In llii'iu all 'I'll i U'ifn Mini
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ug tittiuie, staitetl up, with wild
w p --- ..,-... ,
eyes and cried: "Ou, whole is my
pastoil" The sorrowing husband ten
dciiy wiped tho deatli-dow from tho
brow of his loved ono und (Uud pardon
tho poor man for uttering un untruth)
whispered: "Yes, darling, your pustor
will soon be hoio." Tho dying woman
faintly whispered back iu tlio oar of
her husband: "Oh, how glad ( am to
know that ho will soon, very socu, bo
here; that ills absence is owing to his
having gouo out to visit other sick
members of his Hock; that iny beloved
pastor is devoting all tho energies of a
consecrated life to tho work assigned
him by tho master!"
"Husband, dourest, hold the baby
close to my bosom, whilo I closo my
eyes for a few moments und try to im
agine that I hour tho footsteps of my
beloved pastor, as he approaches tho
house, bearing under his arm tho prec
ious boek of books, from wlnso suorcd
pages ho will read to mo some of God's
most precious promises. Lot mo sleep,
deal est husband, for a fow minutes,
so thnt tho timo will not seem vory
long while I am awaiting the coining
of this holy nirtn of God, whoso prayer,
united with yours und mine, dearest,
will assist mo In laying bold of tho
"hope that is set beforo us," and thon
wako me gently when ho has come so
that not a moniout may bo denied mo
of listening to his comforting words.
Oh! to listen to thu voico of my beloved
pastor, as he, with head reverently
bowed before our common Father,
bri athes a low, thrilling prayer for my
safe passage over tho Joi dan, whose cold
chilly waters threaten to engulf mc."
(A fow moments later.) "Oh! I am
so weary waiting! My poor body so
longs tor rest! but I cannot go until
my pastor comes! Sond a quick
footed messenger to summon bun to
my side." Then, with u strength burn
oi tier desire to linger upon tho shores
ol mortality until tier pastor should
come, thu wife und mother raises her
quivering body upright in bed, kisses
her babe, falls back among tho pillows,
and with: "Oh! why should my pastor
have thus forsaken me!" thu spirit of
thu coulidiug, christian woman bus
passed over tho river, thero to await
tho coming ot liusbuid, children uud
friends and lot us be charitable
enough to hope her pastor as well.
Next day the pastor is heard io re
gret that, at thu time of thu death of
bister X, ho was unavoidably ubsent'
Hut you will ask: "Where was the
dying woman's ' beloved pastor?"
Why, God bless you! ho was out at a
country school house trying to per
suade thu people that God hud excused
In in from tho work of ministering to
tbo dying members of his tlock, now
thaUio had beeu nominated forolllce,
and it behooved htm tj apply all his
energies, to tho end that ho might
iniiku "his calling and election sure,"
Next day Sister X was laid away iu
the silent city of thu dead. Her "be
loved pastor" mumbled a cold, lifeless
player at thu grave, and whilo invok
ing God's blessing upon tho bereaved
family, his voico grow husky (not be
cause of tender fcolings or emotion
but because of thu straining of his
lungs, tho night before, whilo harangue
ing thu people iu tlio interest ot his
As the sorrowing husband led his in
uoconi babies from tho grave of their
mother, an irrovortnt old deacon was
heard to remark to one of his neigh
bors: ''Well, wo must look out for an
other preacher; one, too, whoso calling
of tbo Lord to preach tho gospel has
gono homo to his heart, nnd whoso
wbolo soul is Intent on obeying that
call; ono whose lifo has been conse
crated to tho work of pointing sinners
to the blood of the Lamb, and whoso
voico shall never grow husky making
Election day came, and with it caiuo
such n sweeping defeut for our erst
whilo man of God, that tho sight was
most pitiablo indeed, and when, on tho
first Sunday after election, tbo poor
fellow (ho was now culled "fellow")
stood up in thu pulpit, many of his
congregation hung their heads iu very
John W. Moore of Otsego, Minn.,
Bright's Disease and Dropsy, But
Otsego, Minn., Oct. 23-.Iohn W.
Mooro has had a narrow oscapc from
death. He relates his oxporiencs in a
letter to the Dodd's Medicine Co., un
der dato of July 4, 1890, us follows:
"Dodd's Kiduoy Pills havo suvod my
lifo. Three weoks ago somo of . ho best
doctors in tho stato gavo me up to die.
Thoy said I had Height's Disease My
body and limbs were badly swollen. I
had somo dropsy, I could hardly stand
on my feet. 1 bad sloopy spells after
meals and got up frequently at night.
A traveling salesman told mo Dodd's
Kidney Pills had cured him of Bright's
Diseaso. I took somo of tbo pills.
Now the swolling has disappeared, my
weight is reduced, and I no longerhavo
sleepy spoils, I rest well nights, I will
do all I can to recommend Dodd's Kid
Dodd's Kidney Pills aro sold by donl
ors in medicino nt 50o a box or six
boxes for $3,50. Sent on recoipt of
prico by Tho Dodds Medicine Co,, Hut
falo, N. Y.
A Farmer Objects.
To tiik Kki Cloud Ciiikk:
Tiik Ciiikk hns always worked for
tho interests of lied Cloud and Mod
Cloud peoplo. That is nil right, but
wo farmers have not lost sight of tho
fact thnt tho rest nf the inhabitants of
thu rest of tho county linvo sonic lights
thnt honest people arc bound to re
spect. 'Tho Hov. L. A. llussongof Itcd Cloud
and tho Hov. Edson of Hed Cloud,
have formed it "ministerial tins."
Now wc understand out hero that
theso reverend gentlemen both occupy
Hed Cloud pulpits. They thaw sal
niies from thoir respective congiegn
lions. These congregations aro able
and should be willing to pay their own
picachers. It Isn't fair to ask the tax
payers of Webster county tosuppoit
tlie pastors of tho Hed Cloud churches
' Let Hed Cloud pav her own picach
ers, iiitl give us persons for our count
olllceis whose previous "ccupations
qualify them to till tho otllccs which
Thnt is nil right Brother Former, wo
aro with you in this proposition. Tiik
Ciiikk may sometimes work for tho in
terests of Red Cloud, but wo do not
lose sight of our farmer friends nnd as
suro them that wo will not support tho
Hed Cloud preachers in their present
Stand up for Webster county.
Collmpmm im Coming
800U Or Into. wllPII Mm o4ntniiM on1 .11.
gesttve and nutritive system begin to
Fail. It must be so. Pood is the body's
life. Uut food must be digested, before
it can nourish the lxxly. It is not what
wc cat but what we digest that feeds us.
Don't neglect the first warnings of stom
ach trouble. The timely use of Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery,
which is a medicine for the cure of dis
cases of the stomach and organs of di
gestion and nutrition will iu ninety-eight
cases out of n hundred result in n per
manent cure. The jcrccutngc of cures
is based on actual figures and facts, re
corded in the treatment of hundreds of
thousands of sick people. The " Discov
ery" always helps. It almost always
"I was troubled with liullRentlon for about two
years." writi-KWm. Ilowkcr IJsq., or Jullnctta.
Lotah Co., Idaho. " I tried dlirerent doctors nnd
remedies but to no avail, until I wrote to you
nnd you told mc what to do. I suffered with a
twin In my stomach and leu side aud thought
that It would kill me. Now I nm all right. I
can do my work now without jmiti and 1 don't
have that tired fcellnc that I used to have. Five
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nnd two vials of his Tliasant I'cltts' aired
The People's Common Sense Medical
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"I have been troubled (real deal
with at torpid liver, which produces constipa
tion. I found CASOAKETS to be all you claim
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that I purchased another supply and waa com
pletely cured. I shall only be too clad to reo
ommend discards whenever the opportunity
la presented." J. A. Smith.
g0 Susquehanna Ave., Philadelphia, Pa
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W.Tfl.allft Boh and gimrnnteed by all drag;-
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Mr., miaay itmiwik u.w,
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jng and smarting almost instantly and
its continued uso effects a permanent
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horses are the best tonic, blood pnrifier IIP Ml
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Eurelta Itnruess Oil Is tlietast
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ninl Hit; iet reuoMitor oi uld
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The Coal Perxod
IS NOW IIKIIK
,-K , "J "- '
Piirchusc now, before the prico goes up
are at rock bottom, and will not go
lower this wear
In time of heat prcuarefor cold. There
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Clfnn, slow burning, grent hent giviux,
mnkes but little ashes; thenefore
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Full lino of Flour and Feed on hand.
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RED CLOUD, NEUR.
SI. LOUIS and
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SAL1 LAKE C'Z
and all pointn
THAIS I.EAVB AS FOLLOWS:
No. 1.1. l'akkenner dally for Obcrlln
aud bt. Francis branches, Ox
ford. McCook, DeiiTerand all
points went. 7:55 a.n
No, 14, CafbctiKer dally for St. Joe,
Kansas City, Atchison. St.
Louis. Lincoln via Wymore
and all points east and south 1 :0O a.m..
No, IK. I'assenKer. dally, Denver, all
points In Colorado, Utah and
California .. -........ Stt.'Op.m.
No. 16. 1'assenger, dally fur St. Joe.
KansKB City. Atchison, St.
Louis and all points cast aud
south ............ ....... io M5 a.m.
Nn. 144, Accommodation, dally oxcent
Sunday, HastlnKS. Grand is
land, black Hills and all
Xoluis In the northwest 1 :00 p.er.
ccommodatlon, dally except
Sunday, Oberlln, Katitas, and
Intermediate stations, via He
nti bl I can......... .. ........ 1 2 :30 p. m.
No. 04. FrelKbt, dally, Wymore and
St. Joe nnd Intermediate
Junction polnUi........ .I9:45p.ra.
No. 63. Freight, dally for Republican
Orleans.Oxford and all points
west io :30 a.m.
No. 6i. I'relKht, daily except Sunday
fnr Wymore and all point east 7:00 a.m.
No. ST3. Freight dally to Oxford and
Intermediate points... I:30p.m
Sleeping, dining, and reclining chair cars,
(heats free) on through trains. Tickets sold and
baggage checked to any point In tbe United
States or Canada.
For Information, time tables, maps or tickets
call on or address A. Conover, Agent, Ited
Cloud, Nebr. or .1. Francis, General Passenger
Agont Omaha, Nebraska.
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