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REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKS I
For Ulilrtrt JmU'ri
S. M. CHAPMAN.
for Clerk of tlln District Oinrl i
for T "rrr :
tm ntif r.l :
ti County Clsik :
Fur County Ji"!e :
For Couuijr hurrhiUniliil :
J. K. LKYDA.
For l'oronr :
J. i. UNRL'II.
sr larvpyor :
A. C. MAYES.
For ft'snnilMliinrr Fir-t l)Mrli-t :
S. W. DUTTON.
THE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM
The republican party of the Mute
f Nebraska yivea renewed expres.
in of it.- levotion to the princi
ples ol the. republican party and ile
Clares that those principle, an ex
preed by the nation:il republican
Convention, Mhould be the htrou
point ot union Ijetwei-n till n-pub
iicnn i:i the mate of Nebraska.
We coinjTjtuIale the people utMin
the marvelous, prosperity uttetidin
the development and growth of the
Lite of Nebraska during its twenty
tour years of Htntehood under re
pub!iimi ati'iininintration, and which
hit brought us to the front lunk
acaon the leading stales of the
nion; and we can fearlessly assert
that n state which has been coa
tralled ty demmrratic ower,duriii(j
aay considerable time of the ame
period, can comjiare with u in the
economical management of public
flairs, in the rapid ratio of increase
ia copulation, wealth and general
fact that there are within
border of the Ptate a numfier of
dissatisfied persons who took ad
mitairf of Dip general financial de
pression which swept OTcr the en
tire country to prive their way into
temporary prominence by declaim
ing against the welfare of our peo
ple and slandering the fair name of
our state. The raina from heaven
and the rich soil, viorotibly culti
vated by the energetic hands ot our
farmers, have produced uch bount
iful crops and such unrivaled pros
perity that shall sih-nreall calam
ity talkers and arid to the strength
and enthusiasm of the republican
We congratulate President Harri
son upon hi eminently wise, loyal
declare our absolute confidence in
In intejrity, ability and patrio
tism, and pkrtr him our cordial
support in the diacharjje of the
duties devolving upon hi in a the
chief magistrate of the nation.
We rejoice in the restoration of
dignity, vijror and statesmanship in
the conduct of our foreign a It airs
ndcr the puidinr hand of Amer
ica's favorite son, Jamea G. Blaine.
We approeol the silver coinage
act of the present administration,
by which the entire product of the
fciircr minea of th.c Lnited States in
added to the currency of the people,
but we denounce the democratic
doctrine of free and unlimited coin
age of silver as a fnlniicial policy
liable to precipitate the people of
every city and every state in the
Union in n prolonged and disas
trous depression, and delay the re
vival of businesH enterprise and
prosperity no ardently desired and
now so apparently near. The free
and unlimited coinage of silver
would tend to the hoarding of gold
and to force the use of cheap money
in the payment of wages in every
workshop, mill, factory, store and
farm, and tend to Ihe scaling down
of the wages of the toilers and
weakening the purchasing power nf
the dollar which would be used to
mrchase the products of the farmer. ,
We are in favor of having every
dollar as good as any other dollar.
We demand the maintenance of
the American system of protection
to American industry and labor, the
poliey that has becu identified w ith
ew-ry period of our aatioti.il pros
We admire (tie genius of that
. . U.L-:.. I
heroic, statesoian, n dliaitt Tier, in
ley, Jr., whom the people of Ohio
wi'll make their next governor as a
recognition of his iiKit'nifieent ser
vice to the country . We also com.
mend and endorse that policy of re
ciprocity by whit h the Central and
South American nations and the
rMIUTII J 111 I II ,1 II ll.iiiiiim Hii'l ill. - ,
.s, Shindies are bring ofM-ned up!
to our trade upon lavoranie terms
and by which all the surplus i
rirouucia oi our iniini j iumt nnu
L-.fc... l.w wli i.-Vi .il onr rnnl.
shall receive in exchange therefore'
a long line of product.- which do
ii. u pimhice rumou- oi. tu t-t i titxi
nniungoui own pc p!e tior des ti iy
ihe (I w loping iudurirics it our
...j. ...... ! .. .. - tllrt
VC Ml'? I III Jf III -
general provision! o( the inler.--t.ite
commerce net, and we demand the
regulation of all railway and trans
portation line in such n manner as
insure fair and ri'afoiiai'i-.- mun
to the Wo.luccra and consumers oi
We favor such lc.gi.-dat. on n. will
prevent all illegal owi.'miatioi.s
and unjust exactions by iigt'regatcd
capital and corporate po..ci-. Ue
iiiMift upon the suppression ot all
truits, combines and icheniea de
Kigued to uriilieially iuc-reiu-is the
once of the necosai w Oi hfe.
We repaid the wor ld s Lolue.il.i.in
i'iohilioii n.- an important cw nl i;i ,
the world' heioiy, and it an- in
lie.iny i.iupaUiy vitli v T.'",,1r!
to m.'k.- it a s:h-o -.. V.-,- r. .m.l I
.:! cre-iiUihh- c:n'-!t "f
.Ni-ljra.-i.a'o p; i.d.iu f, a..u v. t faur i
an .i'1'liiii..i..l aj.pro,.! ia;i. n l-y i' c
ni'tt li-!'i-d.iture f-if tiii piiipn-c,
that our propperiiy iitid i-.-n.ii'--
may tv fn.'.y :.eai; ' ' 1 ' 'A ' 5 ' ' i
prrle in llnH Hlaie m 1 1 i. -;i
that iltf jMowth and power, it- pro--ci
ity ail d f ood name have l. i n
;u- tr;o!i ol us inUti.-u ial pei;ui.-,
and we he-li ve in Mich pollen--,
Hi. in- null national. ::i v. ill piomoii-
justice and widen the opportunities
among these Classen. To their sup
port in the future, as in the past, we
pledge, our nio-t intelligent jtidg
liient. ;:!id tri',Jt ineere endeavor.
We denounce the Oraml Island
platform of tiie democratic party :irr
framed with the deliberate purpose
to mini, ad and deceive; wliereiu
Fympalhy is expressed where none
is, felt; wherein help i proposed
where none is render'-d; wliereiu
purposes aie avowed which are not
rtame-l. in stiffiri oi mis in
dictment we point to the pretended
friendship for the soldier, wniie ar
the same time the democratic party
has always proclaimed agaiui-t the
granting of liberal pensions; to the
free silver plank, intended to deceive
the supporters of free and unlim
ited coinage of k-ilver, when it is
known that many of the leaders of
the parly are opposed to the doc
trine; to the failure to give the re
lief from exhorbilant freirht rates
while it was afraid to cither ap
prove or censure the action of its
acting alien governor for vetoing
the Newberry bill.
We denounce the democratic
party for its insinuation against
the integrity of the supreme court
of the state as an elfort to make lln
judicial powers subordinate to
political parties and as disgraceful
to a political organization.
We denounce tl democratic
party for its double dealing with
the civil and political rights of the
people, wherein it appears to favor
tree and untranimeled el-clions in
the state of Nebraska, but never
raises its voice against Ihe political
outrages practice I nainst the re.
publican voters, while and black,
throughout the democratic btates of
We arraign the democratic party
as the enemy of labor, scheming to
break down the defense of protec
tive laws, to block the wheels of
home industry, and to degrade the
masses of the people a party con
trolled by aristocratic and sectional
tendencies, the legacy of slavery.
The republican party of Nebraska
anneals to the intelligence und to
tl,ejthe integrity of the people of this
tne J state and from all jt'kmJ cilirens we
invne euppj i.
THE platform of n candidate for a
judicial oflice should be the consti
tution, the law mid the eoh-mn oath
of oflice that he takes. That oath
of office implies the duty of amin
istcring the law truly and impar
tially between the rich und the
poor, between the high and the low.
between the poorest and humblest
citizena and the richest
and wealthiest corporation.
Judy A. if. P'ttt in h'l tjMfrh '
IP we are to cling to the old par
ties we might as well tear down our
school houses, burn oar chnrchea
and write on the vault of heaven
"Satan has triumphed over God" aud
turn all the imps of
hell loose on our country.
J. W. JMgnton in a rpt:h at
JUST BEFORE El POTION.
The campuiKU just about to close,
on the whole has been marked by a
greater degree of interest and en
thusiasm nt the hands of all parties
than is usual in no off year. This
has been so in some of the states
because of the signfignnce of the
result pertaining to the probable na
tional issues of Wi; in others, the
interest has been arroused on ac
count of important local issura.
Hut in this state the situation is
somewhat different, the contest
being one of men rather than in-
J Here Jinn ueen a great oeni
said during the past few weeks con-
cerninir the leading candidate of
each party, and no voter need lie
doubtful us to his duly in the mat
ter On the one hand the Inde
pendent party asks that Mr. Edger-
ton be elevated to the supreme
bench. There is not the least
doubt that he is wholly niconipet
- ... .
etit and unwortny, rimer irom n
stand point of intellectual attain
ment or moral stamina, to grace the
position with becoming dignity or
with a sufficient guarantee of
justice. There ran lie no question
- , , ill
as to this as is evidenced by his
record oeiore rne onr anu rue ici
my of his neighbors regardless
, .i. nii;ai:,,.
' '7 BniliatlOllS.
" the other hand the repuhli-
can. a; il thai v vot ' '"r " 's:,n
who, if e'.-ct'.-d,' will nuiiiitain the
(!:..,iii'.y of our highli t court I
iu.Lce uud tli.icl.ar . UI a duties
-..-.I- -u-i: ..i i.H.IVi:.It;iv fi i4
n mi .......J k . -. . . I . . it ! .
evident timt hie ahi. ily n a jurir-t
Inn h-i ! appreciated when v.(?
remi-inher that In- has been retained
h district ju !;;i' in a democratic
district for nine lonseeutive yiar.-i.
tuli'..e hin oppnieat; Mr. To.-it lia?
the ni(i.--t ardent a'I:n in . r and linn
HU'ipcrleri vh :e te in lii.'nt known.
At the ' etinn next Tuenday the
vot.-Liyf .ehra v.a will be called
upon to choo.'
a-i 1 it is i.'i-.ii
I ''i. U e
i 1 the .
e i:h ti
l!n- n et
I h u
i y I
i .- . .
II. .!:.-. .:.;!
1 i:i I f ..- il
till has been
l..i 1 been Mt
'..ii'ces no (-eri-'uund.
fro,i. mi v"
i' b) the re
th" f c'.i'nial feel-
that ban hampered republican
BinceK in tiie past has been it-le-tinted
to the rear n rid been up
plaatei by a diUTn.iii' d elfort to
work in tin, ion for party kucci-m.
Hut it is not policy to bp river con
fident for the enemy if "eawing
wood" an t if republican success is
nssun' l it will he iiei-csary to poll
every vole. To thin end let no
rin-ml er remain tit home to hu-1i
corn. Let him not lej t o indiiTer--nt
as to go visiting o:i election day
or so uncoiicenie 1 a-i to change his
resiiler.ee a few days befor election.
Hist on the contrary let him be
Ktimnki'e d to actinu by the hepe
of victory an 1 nothing r!nrt of
ileat'i prevent the casting his vole
for the straight ticket.
John V. Harvey, ex-district judge
of the Third judicial district of
Iowa, who i pre-ident of the Iowa
tetaperauce iilii.ince and a Ihoroug
ly Chrietian (y-iitleman, writes the
"I have re- ided iu I. on BhieelT-S;
have lmov. ii J il'lgc A. M. I'o.'t m-h i
ls"d. I liave jn -1 read the nrtiele
ptibli.-he 1 in the World-Herald ol
Oimihii on l!ie J'-ili iur-t. Tin
urtide is false in every material
statement. It is. true than nn infor
mation waa filed, charging Mr. Most
with the crime of seduction. He
appeared without firing arrested,
waived the examination, and gave
bonds for his appearance before
the grand jury, but it was not true
that he was indicted. After a full
examination of the case by the
gTand jury the bill wa ignored,
und the cause dismissed at the cost
of the Hate. No one who knew
anything ubuut tlie case ever be
lieved that A. M. Most was ffuilty of
the charge made against him. 1
can say, and my it without fear of
successful contradiction, that J udge
Most is ni highly esteemed by the
people of Leon and Decutur county,
us any man who has ever left the
former town or county. The man
whom the World-Herald designates
s 'one of the best citizens of I-con,'
would not dare sign his name to
the article published. The people
of Leon know the mnn who has
furnished the World-Herald with
this mass of falsehood and fabrica
tions, and to put it mildly he is a
man wholly without character
standing iu this community.'
The rudicul members of the ul-
liance of this state are begining to
reuliu; liial tiie bl.iiiUiiit di iiia
gogues ltiat have been kicked out
of the republican party, and who
succeeded in pulling the wool over
the eyes of the former last
fall ore in leagtiewith the
democracy for the purpose of
accomplishing the one object of
the xeistance of that party, namely,
the overthrowing pf the republican
party. The result is they are com
iug back lo the fold by the hun
TilK rt-uder of the average demo
cratic newspaper is impressed with
the fact that the prime mission of
that party is to destory the repuh
bean party. It is a splendid thing
for the people that they have
voice in this matter.
ALittle lrls Experience in a Ligt
Mr. and Mrs, Lorcn Trescolt are
keeper- of the ("iov. Lighthouse nt
Sand Heach MU'h, ami are blensed
with a daughter, four years. Last
April she taken down wilh Meash-n,
followed wilh dreadful Cough and
turned into a fever. Doctors nt
home and ut Detroit treated, but in
vain, she grew worse rapidly, until
sh was n mere" handful of bones".
Then she tried Dr, King's New
Discovery and after the use of two
aud a half bottles, was completely
cured. They suy Dr. King.s New
Discovery Is worth its weight in
gold, yet you may get a trial; bottle
free ut K. li. Krickey Drugstore.
V.'e have Void Kly'u Cre.ini Matin
ahottt three ye.il, and have re-ri'itom-nil'
d il in-'e hi more than a
hundred tprcial canes oi catarrh.
The unanimnii answer to our in-
fniii ii-M in. "It u tin- bent remeJv lliut I
1 ha ve ever iim d.' (lor experience
i., thai where partii rt continued itH
u.-e, il never f.iilx to cure. J. II.
; Montgomery, & C"o., I'ruj;jitH, De-
1 corah. Iowa.
When I t ean iisin Ely's Cream
I Halm my catairh was mi bad I bad
headache the whole time and din
charged n large amount of lilthy
inatler. That Inn almost entirely
disappeared and have not bad head-
' nch.' science.- J. Somuier,.Stephuey,
j Mr. C. H. Jotiex, of Spring Hill
I".a, r-:i s: ;,1 i:a e ti-'cd Chamber.
' l.iinV r'ain Malm for oev-rt! and
::l burns with belter c.'.ecl than
ever tried. Il re.
i s .m'.ly and cure.-
a rear." Tain 1 '..din
i li- Ve-i ti
; ,. ..: I I',- 'Ml li-e l.i'ltie.1
f.-r.:r,.-s e i'l I- provided
ci.il for rheiima: ism,
. s.praim, hruk , tooth
ell" ami l'l;e iiilments.
al ion will relieve liie pain
trial injure- a cure. 50
h I n- sale by I-'. (I. I'l ick.l
ami a lai r
f Co. I ril;
tuckluri's Arnica Salve.
Tut I.r.sr Hai.vis in the world for Cut
lb nisi-. Sire,, Ulcer., Suit Kin Uill. KiVel
S ue, T tter, Cli!ipi (l IIlNliln, CliilhUillk,
Cerrr, und all Skiu 2ruitino, and poii-
or tin pay ri'iuireiL
It it cit i' intis-il
nion. v mini. ile 1.
t-V vile L? Y fi,
o cive Mtisfnciinu, ol
l'riee 2.1 cent per Ikjx.
I'rirki- & Co.
Capt. W. A. AbticM, w ho has long
been with Mesnrs. Mrecival and
Hatton, h'eal Estate and Insurance
Hrokers, l)es Moines, Iowa und is
oneof tiie best known and most re
spected business men iu that City
says: -I can testify to the good
rpialities ol C hamberlain's Cough
U'cniedy. Having used it in my
family for the past eight years, I
can safelv say it has no coital for
cither colds or croup." .Ml rent bot
tles for sale by E. ti. Jr'rkke ic Co,,
Will you suffer with Dyspepsia
and l.ivvr Complaintf Mtiloh s it
ulii-.cr ii guaranteed to cure you. 2
Ttio Cirl of the Futurs.
Now John, if I say yes, its on one
condition --will you promise? You
had b'-tter Kiy es-well, its that
you will get mc a bottle of Haller's
Main I'arali.cr. Why? 1'ecaiise its
the best thing for headache and
rheumatism I ever beard of and
ihen it.s so nice for babies when
they have the colic and diarrhea.
Ladies who use Cosmetics or pow
! rs to covr up or hide n bad com
plexion, do not know thai O. II.
Snyder can fn-t i"h them with I'lush
of K'ors, which is clean water, puri
f es the skin, and podlvciy removes
black heads and all skin diseases
t'ikes the shiny look from th fare
and whitens it noon a applied
Centtitly kceSi od ksud tverytliin
you need to furnixh your Imnse.
OOHNKK IIXTII AND MAIN ITKKKT
NIKE KILN KLUUCKKR.
WHi;na ii4 RlK-kinilth hn
'".' it, Ciikk', M.clhri n.i
ptnw Ropirint don
IIOIWEHIIOEINO A 81'ECIAXTY
WliirU ii ths fsist hnrsesLoe for tti
fsruiur, or for fst driving, or for citj
puryioiK ever itiTented. It L to rn(U
ttint ftnyoDe cu put oo lirp or fist
cork, m needed for wet and slipisjry
days, or iuuKith, dry road. Call at
his )iop nd Mmino th mvinsup
nd ynu will use no o'her,
J. M. eilXEI.LCACKEIL
13 North Kifth HL I'ItUmouth
217 S1H, m nd 2 : Main Ht.,
H. M BONS, Proprietor,
lbs iVrkln bu been thoroughly
ruiioTated from top to hotU.rii su.l '
sow otie of the bemt hotcli in ths lUte.
llorduni will Ukn by the weuk tl
11.50 snd np.
GOOD BAR COHHECTED.
uHiuDAiii o f i.
" - . . i v
.;. - - ; V ".
: AliE TIIE
In all tint gop to inako np a first
tlietf rtoves in
and thus are enabled to undersell all competitors,
Tifjy-Oric Sqinplo Sjofcs,
AliK ON EXHIBITIOIT AT OtTXl STORf
The Uailiant Home and c-lclirafcd
This firm has the ex
clusive agency of the
tinware guaranteed for
A large line ( Cop
perware, tinwure, and
The Mlacc for bargain in every department of our mammoth hi
"VvrirjDA.Tr &c J3i& iiKiEiLTnrSrv .
NEW LUMBER YA
J. 1). lilt WES i: CO.
OEALF.Itft IN PINE LCMBEIL
unuinl fj V a rt a
riuauiicn, bAin, n.inn. i a
DOOIW, HLIXDaaJ U hulldinu materi
Call and see us
lltli and iSIni
north of I icisel's mill.
Everything to Furnish Your House
llavin" uurchaned the J. V.
Main street where I am now
er than the cheapest havinjjnt.t put m Iho largest i
of new good ever brought to the city. Ganoline b
and furniture of all kind. Kold on the installment plan
F Q FMM $ Q
. WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON 1IANII
. ' A Full nd
tv fr.a "
DSUCCISTS SUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUORS I
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at nil il
THE POSITIVE CURE.
sv t rvii0' t 3
LE.lEi:s : '
cla- litie ol HiirJvan. They
notmd Oak uro their t-'jt-cmltj
lliry alsu carry
fine assortment of
pettier tools, Cut
and shelf hardwar4
C Mrice have been
right down to auii
1 Lit f
at the corner
Wcckbach btorc room on
located I can sell goods t
Cotnplvt line of J
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