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THE BED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, OCT. 27, H
All Other Treatment.
"When I heard of the wonderful
cures performed by Miles' Restorative
Nervine I dropped all other treat
merit. Nervous prostration and gen
eral debility had battled the efforts of
the best physicians in this section.
Thc first bottle of Nervine brought
relief. I continued using it together
with Dr. Miles' Heart Cure until
health was again restored."
Mr O. W. OlmsteSL Klckapoo, Oftla.
or. MUmm' Norvino
U told by all drucciits on guarantee,
first bottle benefits or money back.
Book on heart and nerves tent free.
r. MHm Medical Company. Elkhart, In.
P. t. COBLI,
omoi;ni moon block.
Imraice 'written on city and
property at lowest rates.
FRED E. McKEEBY, M. D.
Surgeon 0.&M.R. R. omparajr,
wlQ, S. PYasJsn Sorgetn.
iky and country calls promptly u
swered tlay or night.
rFicKOVKnLiMDSKT's Mrat Market
HKtHT CALLS AT OFFICE.
Dr. E. A. Creighton.
Honorary jraduato & Silver Medalist
Wester University, Canada.
jlu Awbwmed Day ahd Night.
wrci Otib Cmi'h Piianicr.
J. S. EMIGH,
ir tou wakt rr.
ton Irtfp Wirk ir Teeth Whfctit PUIr
Aad all tke late t Improvement la dental aacb
I. B. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE f FARM LOANS.
Look Ik 23. Guide Hock. Ntb.
All kinds of property bought, sold and
OVERMAN BLACK LE EG E
XTTORNBYS - KT - LKW.
OltUe rcr Pan OUlce.
RED CLOUD, - NKBUASKA.
R. D. BEDFORD.
JStna Fire Insuracco Company,
National tire Iusuranco Co.,
Connecticut Fire Ins. Co.,
Queen Fire Ins. Co., of America,
New York, N. Y.
Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Norwich Union Fire Ins. Society,
Bsaployers' Liability Assurano Corpor
ation, limited, (accident)
Aix Standard Companies.
Your Patronage Solicited
Lands and Collections.
In ttua. Bold by draraltU.
I MUTUAL INSURANCE. f
"HOW UoVCniOr iiOlcOllll) Doll'llU'll '
I It Till llu Organized n Company,
The rt'inarkablo record of Silos A.
Ilolcomb in tho matter of insnrauco leg
islation challenges tho nttontiou of tho
pooplo of tho stato and loads at once to
tho inovitablo conclusion that it would
bo unsafe to placo such n man on tho
Bupromo bouch. A weak man in thu
presence of temptation whllo in tho
gubernatorial chair, what could bo ex
pected of him as a judge? What caso
would bo safe in his hands?
During tho logislatlvo session of 1890
there was a determination to pass ft law
which would allow tho organization of
mutual companies for tho insuring of
villago and town proporty. To dofoat
this thoro was present at tho state houso
an organised lobby, posmaod of amplo
mean for oil room pnrposei. Ik was
well known at the tlmo that 110,000 in
cash was on hand to be used in defeat
ing mutual insnranoe legislation.
On Jan. 17th Mr. Brookman of Klcn
srdaon introdnotd house roll 86, a bill
authorising tke formation of mutual
oosnpanles. It waa perfectly satlsfao
tory to tho people who were demanding
mutual insurance. Tho record of tho
introdaotlon of the bill is found on page
J61 of the house journal.
On Feb. 2ftth the bill wm reported to
the central file and waa delayed there
mntil March 87th, whan it was taken up
la tko oommittoe of the whole and
Moommeaded for pa ago. On March
ttth (page 1188 of the house journal) it
was passed by unanimous vote. Suoh
reformers as Barry, Hall and Sodorman
-ware then and voted for tke bill. The
reason for the unanimous rote was that
molasuranoe boodle had been in sight
so notoriously that any man voting
against the bill would have been marked
at once as a boodlsr.
Tho lobby concentrated its efforts to
defeat the bill in the senate. Every
motkodof delay was rosortod to. At
least ono prominent olerk was bribed.
Money waa offered to senators to got
th.m to delay or loso tho bill. At one
timo tho ono crookod clork and ono
boodling senator carried it away, and
wero mado to dlHgorgo only after the
senato had issued warrants for their
In tho scnato, as in tho houso, all the
boodlo plans failed. Tho bill passed
with but one dissenting vote, and that
one senator was politically blacklisted
for that act, and has never since been
allowed to hold office.
But the old-lino insurance people knew
what they were doing. They had do-
leyed the final passage of the bill until
the last day of the session. They know
what Governor Holoomb would do.
They knew that ho would wait until
after the adjournment of the legislature,
when all danger of passing over his
head was past, and then ho would veto
The record shows that on April 6th
(pa&o 1869 of the house journal), the
bill was presented to the governor by a
joint committee. Until it reached his
hands it was carefully guarded to keep
the lobbyists and boodlers from stealing
it. At that late day one of tho clerks
was offered $1,000 if he would loso tho
bill or allow himself to bo held up and
robbed of it.
After tho adjournment of the legis
lature Oovornor Holcomb carried out
his part of the contract. Alter numer
ous consultations with a Lincoln lob
byist ho vetoed tho bill. For this action
hn was uover able to givo a decent ex
cuso, and left himself opon to tho strong
suspicion that he hod entered into a
satisfactory deal with the boodling
Tho defoat of this meritorious bill in
suoh a suspicious manner caused much
indlgnatlou over the state and the next
legislature mot with the determination
to pass a mutual insurance bill and put
it through no early that a cowardly gov
ernor could not hood it off. Jones of
Nemaha ou tho 18th of January, 1897,
introduced houso roll 188, a bill exactly
similar to tho Brookman bill, oxcept
.that it had several moro sections relat
ing to assessments and other matters,
whloh wero also covered in the laws al
ready on tho statute books. The bill
passed tho house ou tho 18th of March
by unanimous vote. It passod the sen
ato on tho 2d of April with just ono
negative vote and wus presented to the
governor on tho 3d of April.
For soma reason not orally explained ,
but whloh is pretty well shown up by
the records, Governor Holoomb held the
bill until the 8th of April, whon he an
nounced to the legislature that he had
Now the sequel: That samo day the
news was given out that a new insur
ance company had been organized under
the new law and that Silas A. Holcomb
was elected as its president. This action
had been taken before the bill was
signed and tho salary of tho president
was fixed at 60 per month. Comment
ou this transaction is unnecessary. "The
Svwnri1u fini tlir tinat. Avtd.nfyi '
From that date to tho oloso of his
official term as governor Holcomb drew
money every month as follows:
Salary as governor 1808.83
Salary as Insurance president 60.00
Rake-off In house rent deal ltt.bO
This was a pretty comfortable salary
fora"plaiu man," and did not count
the other perquisites ho might get in
the way of railroad passes, assessments
fromolerks and appointees and other
"oonipllmentaries," as O. W. Palm
would term them.
Silas mado tho office pay, but tho in.
surnnco scandal will bo remembered. It
will have another chapter.
Harrington Writes Letter.
M. 0. Harrington, Democratic noiul
noo for congress in tho Sixth district, is
also n victim of tho habit of letter writ
ing, as wUiiuhh tho following Bont by
hm to Jran Iloyle of Kearney, chair
man of tho Democratic district commit
Jtmn Uoylo, Ksf.,
DKAit Slit Tho stato central oommlttoo
Is urging prompt action. Wo must
net-opt tho Inevitable Tho future of
Democracy In tho Sixth dlstrlot depends
largely upon tho number wo can draw i
from Populist sources. Thoro Is only ono
moro ywir to wait and fusion will bo all
over. Thoro will bo but two partlos and
tho leaders of tho Democratic twtrty now
will bo tho recognized loaders thon. Sub
mit gracefully, oven tho' wo havo to
strotoh a point to do so. Find ouolosod a
certificate whloh plcnsu sign In tho two
plnces marked before a jtutlco of tho
Ih'jvou or n notary publlo who lias a soul.
MoNcol, who has been absent in Virginia,
will bo at home In u fow days and want to
havo It ready for him.
M. 0. UAHUlNdTQK,
This lotter is of particular intorest
and significance to all Populists of Ne
braska. It sets forth tho avowed pur
pose of the Democrats to swallow the
Populists next year. What concessions
are made this year by the Democrats
are expected to boar fruit an hundred
fold next yoar, when Candidate Bryan
and tho silverplafted Democracy will
put the Populist party out of sight.
This is the meaning of tbe adherence of
Bryan to Holoomb in tho stato conven
tion, despite tho protest of many load
ing Democrats who objected to support
ing Holcomb, but who an doing so in a
desultory sort of way merely to profit by
it next yoar, whon the Populist party,
just as Mr. Harrington writes, is to dis
appear and when leaders of Democracy
now will continue to bo loaders after
tho swallowing has taken place. Mr.
Harrington's letter, which has just
come to the surface, tlrows a strong
ids light on the working of Bess Bryan
and his Demooratio machine.
Alt McCall wont to Kansas City with
A. R. Davis erected two windmills
Monday in splto of tho high wind.
H. G. Sawyor has had frionds from
Kansas visiting with him tho first of
Walt Garnor is stepping high sinco
Monday evening and says it is a girl
A. R. Dnvis started on a business
trip to Council Bluffs and Umahn Tues
Inavnlo is going to bo right in tho
push again this winter in tho cattlo
business, thero boing about soven hun
dred head right in town.
Wade Koontz has commenced haul
ing rock for the foundation of his new
house, and by tho way, Wado says ho
is going to ekavo, put on a clean shirt
and be Mr. Koontz in future
How to Prevent Croup.
We havo two children who aro sub
ject to attacks of croup. Whenever an
attack la coming on my wif ogives thorn
Chamborlalns Cough Remedy and it
always prevents an attack. It ia a
household necessity in this county and
no matter what elso wo run out of, it
would not do to bo without chamber
lains Cough Remedy. Moro of it is
sold hero than all the other cough med
icines combined. J. M. Nickle, of
Nicklo BroB., merchants, Nicklovillo,
Pa. For salo by H. E. Grico.
Wo had a good rain last woek.
Nearly everybody is busy husking
Mr. McEntiro will tench a singing
class at Lone Star this winter.
Wm. Zion has a now set of platform
scales. Ho will buy corn by weight.
Joseph Nnble and wife of Amherst,
Nebraska, were visiting relatives in
Pawnoo last week.
Tho Advents of Smith county will
hold a quarterly mooting at tho John
son school house in Novembor.
J. Rosonorans and wife were in Rsd
Cloud several days last wcok on ac
count of the sickness and death of their
Romembor that name when you want
a delicious, appetizing, nourishing
food drink to take tho placo of coffee.
Sold by all grocers and liked by all
who have used it. Graln-0 is ma io of
puro grains, it aids digestion and
strengthens the norves. It is not a
a stimulant but a health builder,
and tho children as well as tho adults
can drink it with groat benefit. Costs
about one-fourth as much as coffee. ISo
and 25o per package. Ask your grocer
Cash PrUcs for Photos.
For tho six best photographs of farm
scenes along its line in Nebraska and
Kansas, tho Burliagton route offers six
cash prizes one of 120, ono of 110,
and four of $9,00 each. Photographs
of growing crops, harvesting opera
tions, foed lots, poultry, cattle, barns
and creameries are particularly de
sired.' No limitations as to size or fin
ish is made. Tho contest closes No
vember 80, 1890. J. Francis, general
Sasseager agent Burlington Route,
"Ho mistakes tho effect for the
causo." That is what tho person does
who tries to cure rheumatism or nny
other disease by alleviating tho system.
Hood's Sarsaparilln removes thu causo
and permanently cures,
Hood's fills do not gripe. At drug
It hns started to rain in earnest.
Mrs. Kershner and Orin Milner of
Kansas, her brothor, was in town Mon
Hurrah for tho republican nominees
of Webster county. Their election is
now n conceded fact by nil parties.
Mrs. Julia Uognto of Prairio Gom
hns boon very low with pleurisy since
her return from Kansas but is hotter nt
Tho tencher of District 45 got rather
bolated last Sunday evening nntl turned
up at his boarding houso ratlior early
in the morning.
Mrs. Ed Porto of lown is visiting
with her mother Mrs. Watcrhury and
tho foro pnrt of this week Mr. McCoy's
family in tho country. She is accom
panied by two lino hcnlthy boys.
Mr. Charley Armstrong hns been laid
up for several weeks with what ho
thought was rhoumatlsm, but which
turned out to bo a hurt got by falling
on his hip while oiling his engine and
caused a gathering to take place. Last
week the Doctor lanced it and now ho
is about ready to leave for Oklahoma.
We offer ono hundred dollars reward
for any caso of catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Chenet & Co., Toledo, O.
We, tho undersigned, havo known
F. J. Cheney for the past fifteen years
and believo him perfectly honorable in
all business transactions and financial
ly able to carry out any obligations
mado by the firm.
West 4 Trdax,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Waldino, Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Tolodo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Testi
monials sent free. Prico 75c per bot
tle Sold by all druggists.
Hall's family Pills aro the best.
Ruin nt Inst and plenty of it.
Mrs. Win. Rosencrans is eonio bettor
Tho Stefilns boys aro in Lino finish
ing tho threshing.
Mrs. Horton failed to till her appoint
ment at Dist. No 8 last Sunday.
Undo John Aubushon wns buried at
tho old settlers gravoyard Sunday.
u. Aubushon lost one of his finest
horses last week; also ono of his year
Class meeting nt Penny creek, Dist.
No. 8, every Sunday nt 8pm, Wm.
Will Galbraith from Atwood, Kan
sas, has como back to stay. He reports
tho corn crop a failure.
Mr. and Mrs. Reeves of Guido Rock
was in Lino looking after their farm
on East Penny croek this week.
The birthday party givon in honor
of Mrs. Allen Carpenter was largely
attended by her warm friends. All ro-
port a good time.
Three Doctors in Consultation.
(From Benjamin Franklin.)
"Whon you aro sick what you like
best is to be ohoson for a mediciue in
tho first place; what experience tolls
vou is best to be choson in the second
place; what reason (i. e. theory) says is
best to be chosen in the last place, but
if you can got Dr. Inclination, Dr. Ex
perience nnd Dr, Reason to hold u con
sultation together, they will givo you
tho best advice that can bo taken."
Whon you havei bad cold Dr. In
clination would recommend Chamber
lains 03ugh remedy because it is pleas
ant and safe to take. Dr. Experience
would recommend it because it never
fails to effect a speedy and permanent
euro. Dr. Reason would recommond
it because it is prepared on scientific
principles, and nets on nnturo's plan in
relioving tho lungs, opening the socro
tions and restoring the system to a nat
ural and healthy condition. For sale
by H. E. Grico.
Regulnr examinations for persons
desiring to teach in Webster county
are hold in tho superintendent's office
at Red Cloud, tho third Saturday in
Eva J. Case, County Supt.
Beaatr la Blood Deep.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im-
Eurities from the body. Begin to-day to
anish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Cascarets, beauty for ten cents. All drug
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 100,300,600.
Relief in Six Hours.
Distressing kidney and bladder diseases re
lieved in six hours by "Mew Great South Amerl
can Kldnov Cure." It Is a (treat surprise on ac
count of its exceeding promptness In relieving
pain in bladder, kldueyi and back. In male or
female. Relieves retention of water almost
Immediately. If you ant quick relief and
cure this Is tho remedy, sold by C. L. Coning,
druggist, Hed Cloud, htb.
at a t
$100. Dr. E. Detchoo's Antl Dieuretlc
If av be worth to tou more than tlOO It you
have a child who soils bedding from lneonten
enee of water durlnir sleen. Cures old and
Soting altkf it n"i the trouble at onoe. II.
old by C. L. CotllDg, drugRlit. Hed Cloud, Neb.
Educate Yonr Mowett With Cuseareta.
Candy Cnthnrtlc. euro constipation forever.
10c, S3o, If a C. C, (all, UrugKlsts refund money
To Cure Constipation Forsver,
Take Caacareta Candy Cathartic lOoorSte.
U a a O. tall to curt, druggista roraao
sbbHssIsbbH .. ysBBLBsH
To find her beauty
fading, and feel her
Worry only makes
mnitcrs worse. In
Bitch n crisis the
wise woman acts.
She looks around
for help, and finds
it in Dr. Pierce's
tion. No other
medicine has done
so much for weak
and feeble women
as "Favorite Pre
scription." It cures female weskness and
diseases of the delicate organs which
undermine woman's strength and mar
her beauty. It makes weak women
strong, sick women well.
Mrs. W. J. Kidder, of Hill Dale Farm (Bnoc
burr Center), Rooiburr. Vt.. writes t "Your
kindly advice and medicine have brought me
great relief. During the pat year I found
myself pregnant and In rapidly railing health.
I suffered dreadfully from bloating and urinary
difficulty. I was growing weaker each day and
offered much sharp PTn at times. I felt that
something muit be done. taught your advici
and received a tromil reth. I took twelve
bottles of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, and
alio followed your Instructions.
I becan to Inv
my health became escel
ent. and I could do all my own work (we live
on a good sited farm ) .
could, and enjoyed it.
I walked and rods ail I
I had abort, easy con
nacmeut. and have healthy baby boy."
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets care foul
breath, by curing its cause.
"I havo wee ycarvalaakla OAICA-
BKTa and and them perfect. Couldn't do
without them. I have used them forsome time
for indigestion and biliousness and am now com
pletely cured. Recommend them, to every one.
Once tried, you will never be without them in
the family.'' Kdw. A. Harx, Albany, N. Y.
Ple&wnt. Palaublo. Potent. Taste Good. Do
Good, Never Sicken. Weaken, or Urlpe, lOe, fee. (0c.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
Mwttefttartr Ctwfmt, CSUac. mII. S.w I.rk. Jfl
M.TA.Bjaf Bold and jruaranul by alldrus-
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TIP Ptf-Maoatly Car.
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ntrre.Kmina' WDfccro a.DH,jieviwa
wnovM tht dMlr for tobacco,
ost Btrvoat dlttrtM. aiptlt i
tint, parlflti tho blood, re
tortt toit muugw.
1U voneh f or u TaJia It with
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wlll.patlrntly, pertlitentlr. Ont
Inarantwid to euro, or w refund rnon v.
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For the speedy nnd permanent cure of
tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Cham
berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is
without an equal. It relieves the itch
ing and smarting almost instantly and
its continued use effects a permnnent
euro. It nlso cures itch, barber's itch,
scald head, sore nipples, itching piles,
chapped hands, chronic sore eyes nnd
Dr. Cady's Condition Powders ior
horses are the best tonic, blood purifier
and vermifuge. Price, S3 cents. Sold by
nrone sending a aketeh and description may
oar opinion free whether an
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Edacate Yoar Bowels With Cascarets.
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Candy Cathartic, cure constlpatloa forevor.
tre constlpatlOB f
It's cosy to
haul n hit;
load up ni
uik inn u
MiOA Axil Arias
net a box find learn wliy U'1 1 lm
brut gmuw over put on mi ttxlt.
Hold evorywhero. Made by
HTANOARD Oil, CO.
The Coal Period
IS NOW HEIllv
Purchase now, before tbe price rocs up
aro nt rock bottom, and will not go
lower this wear.
In time of heat prepare for cold. There
is elittorinir aroodness in our coal.
Clean, slow burning, great heat giving,
makes but little ashes; theaefore
ploaseo tidy people.
Fnll line of Flour and Feed on band.
W. B. ROBY,
No. 1 Third Av. Phone No. 61
PABST MILWAUKEE Beer
ALWAYS ON TAP.
B. & M. B.Y
BED CLOUD, NEBR.
81. LOUIS and
all points east and
BALI LAKE (rr
and all point
TRAINS LB4VI AS FOLLOWS:
Mo, IS. Paisengsr dally for Oberlln
aud UL Francis branches, Ox
ford. McCook, Denverand all
points wet.......... .. 7:56 a,m
Mo, 14. Passenger dally for Ht. Joe,
Kansas City, Atchison. St.
Louis. Lincoln via Wymoro
aud all points east and south 9:05 a.m.
Mo. IS. Passenger, dally. Denver, all
points in Colorado, Utah and
California 8:20 p.m.
Mo. IS. Passenger, dally for St. Joe,
Kaniias City. Atchison, St.
Louis and all points east and
No 144. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday. Hastings, Grand Is
land, Black Hills and all
points In the northwest... 1:00 p.m.
No. 143. Accommodation, dully except
sunuay, ODenin, Kansas, anu
iniermcaiaio stations, via rie-
dally. Wvinore and
Joo and intermediate
Junction points.... .18:45 p.m.
No, S3. Freight, dally for Republican
Orleans, Oxford and all points
Mo. 86. Freight, dally except Sunday
for Wymore and all point eatt 7 MX) a.m.
Mo. 873. Freight daily to Oxford and
Intermediate points............... 1 :30 p.m
Sleeping, dining, and reclining chair cars,.
(scats free) on through trains. Tickets sold and
baggage checked to any point In the United
States or Canada.
For Information, time tables, maps or tickets
call on or address A. Conover, Agent, Red
Cloud, Nebr. or J. Francis, General Passenger
Agent Omaha. Nebraska.
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