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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1892)
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is, INS, tho price will be 91.2s.
A. C. HOBMER, Editor.
Entered at the fort Office In Red Cloud, Neb.,
aa wall matter ol the aecond claii
Rcputellcaa National Ticket.
For congressman tth IMatrlct
W. K. tWlKKWI,
For lieutenant Governor.
T. J. MAJORS.
For Secretary ot BUte,
JOHN 0. ALLEN.
For Auditor, KUaKNJ M(KJKKt
ForTreuurer.j s BAWLKy
ForCommlHWouund. and BHn
KwMBperlntendentol Public Instruction,
Ae K (iUUuit
For BUte Bn.r,TAOaTm
For Representative th district.
For County Attorney,
' IrlW HOYT
Hon. J. 8. Gilham of ibis city, has
been making somo ezoelleot speeches
for the republicans in the state this
month. He is an able speaker.
President Filmore, in his message
to the 32d Congress said "as our
manufacturing establishments are
broken down by competition with
f foreigners, the capital invested in
' them is lost thousands, of honest and
industrious people are thrown out of
employment, and tho farmer to that
extent is deprived of a home market
for the sale of his surplus of products.
. MoKeighan in speeches in the
country tells the farmers that the re
publican party is to blame for triors
mot being maHlR; and in tho towns
and cities he tells tbo laboring men
that the republican party and the
Mealy bill is to blame for prices
beias; jo high on farm products. He
is ietvery consistent to say the least
We cannot understand how ( he can
reoMelle hit two statements.
The Nation says: "Some ono fur
lined passes, te the Hastings joint
rail? te.MMblieans. to holler for An-
-?irews. The passes wero furnished
out' of a campaign fund, but we took
otico that a number or indepen
dents availed themsolvcM of republi
can generosity and went on the Bime
passes that tho Nation aoouses the re
publicans of having been furnished
with. "For ways that arc dark and
trloks that aro vain" wo fear that our
independent brothers are the equal of
their more unsophisticated celestial
friends, '.''here seems to be no hon
esty of pur, ose in these trying (?)
times, except one looks through the
In an editorial artiole the Nation
uses tho following language:
"We advocate free silver coinage as
a matter of polioy. If nothing more,
it gives us tho silver mining states
without doing us any harm,"
It seems by the above remarks that
our friend, oan, in extremity even
lose sight of an advocated principle
ot his party and reoogniie the silver
. barons, in whose interest free eilver
- would be, when they can be used to
farther the cause ot the independent
,L.v,rrty, From his remarks it would
seems that he does not believe that
free silver is right, but advocates it as
a drawing cord to carry, if possible,
the western states. Verily the new
party is as corrupt as they would
have people believo that tho republi
can party is.
President Harrison's oampacin is
oue of manly independence and per
severance. His administration dur
ing the last four years has been de
cidedly American and direotly oppo
site to that of ex-president Cleveland,
who took more pains to crawl afier
the English government than to up
hold American ideas. He has made
it his business to soe that the Ameri
can government is respected in all
quarters ot the globe and shown that
reaped that It is entitled to. What a
diferonco between the two adminia
'traliou. , Ono strongly in favor of
every tiling Amerioan, while tho other
wns fio-nn-jou plonso if tho British
wero willing. The people have
enough of Qrovor Cleveland. Harri
son's victory is certain.
Died. In the city of consumption.
A familiar headline isn't it ? It'a .pretty
risky to neglect a eold or cough. One
minute cough our is pleasant, aafe and
sure. For sale at (Jotting's.
The Lie Xnltcd.
F. P. Shields, of tho Bluo Hill
Leader, was one of tho five delegates
in lied Cloud contention who voted'
5 'gainst making the nominationof
teKeighaa unamimous. Before the
couaty convention he telegraphed Mo
Keighan that he wotfld support him
for 1250. Mc. didn't think Shields
was wortn it, so no let mm suae.
Hence Mr. Shiolds will support Par
sons Anarews. xnat b the tuna or
fellows who wero against MoKeighan
in the Red Cloud convention. Clay
Centre Gaietto Democrat.
Tho Leader or F. P, Shields will
bet any man all tho way from 11 ta
$1000 or as much as wo can raiso, and
we oan raise enough to satisfy the de
mands that JJill MoKeighan never
reoeived a telegram from us in his
life,let alone one whereby we preferred
our support to him for any considera
tion, wo brand Mr. Motveignan or
any of his henchmen as liars, and
they dare not confront us.
Banker Van Wjrck'e Record.
In 1879, when house roll 184 was
up in the state senate for considera
tion, relating lo rates of interest, Mr.
Noryal moved to amend to reduce the
rate to 8 per cent Mr. Van Wyek
voted "No." Senate Journal p. 628.
In congress on the 8th day of June,
1808, Van Wyek voted "Aye" to re-
fer, (and so bury and kill) Holman's
resolution to tax United States bonds,
.Cong. Globe 40, Cong. 2d Bess, p
Hoiman said: "Ur oonrso every
member knows thai the referenoe of
this resolution will kill it," and it did
kill it; Van Wyek helped.
Van Wyok "dodged" the vote on
tho resolution to pay the & 20 U. S.
bonds in the same kind of money
"with whieh the sovernmont paid the
soldiers who fought the battles of the
war." (Cong. Globe, 40th Cong. 2nd
Hess. p. 2071.)
Senator A. 8. Paddookhas been one
of the hardest working publio won in
the oountry, and the fruits of bis la
bors are attested by tbo most splen
did rosults. As chairman of the
eommitteo on agriculture he has been
brought in touch with tho farming in
terests of tho country and has accom
plished more in that position for those
than any senator who has preceded
him. Indeed, Senator Paddock is to
day without doubt stronger among the
farmers of the United States than
any man in either branch of oongross.
He has their confidence and friend
ship, not through any tricks of the
demagogue or by posing lor notortty,
but beeause his effort in behalf of the
farmer have been practical and cover
ed a wide legislative scope, while be
ing both arduoui and unassuming.
Senator Paddook's term expires next
March and if the Republicans win
the legislature this fall there will be
no question as to his reelection, judg
ing from the solid publio sentiment of
the state that has already been ex
pressed. There are several senatorial
lightning rods already in the air, but
the .Republicans of Nebraska will bo
disposed to repeat tho compliment in
Mr. Paddook's oase that was paid
senator U. t, Manderson four years
ago. Senator Paddook should be re
elected. Kearney Hub.
The polltioal situation grows bright
er every day for tne republican par
ty's success this fall. So for Ver
mont and Maine have gone republi
can by deeesive majorities, which is
an indication that this is a republi
can year. Let every republican take
courage and do his utmost to elect
the republican ticket in Nebraska.
VanWyck is certainly losing ground
every day, as people well know, al
though he deniea it, that he is a mill
ionaire and as such is not a fair
ohamnion of the people's party as
they promulgate it, besides that he is
unolean in polities u well as in many
other things, while his apponent,
Judge Crouase it a man in every way
bis superior, clean in polities and a
clean publio record.
Don't forget that MoKeighan ap
pointed an Iowa boy to the oadetship
instead of giving it to a Nebraekan,
who was fully his equal. Andrews
will always be found fighting for Ne
braskaas. Euclid Martin, of Omaha, a solid
democrat, and chairman of the state
democratic Central committee, is op-
poaca 10 mo election 01 iuonoignan
and so is Tobe Castor another rock
It is reported that up at McCook,
Hon. W Andrews, pelted MeKeigh
an so hard with political facts that he
attempted to leave the stage and
would have doue so had .it not been
his Independents forcing him to oome
bask. Mack has evidently found his
matoh in the next congressman.
People who give Hood's Sarsa
parilla a fair trial realise its great
merit and aro glad to say a good word
for it. Havo you tried it?
All orders for oil or gasolino left
at Spokcsfield's procery store will be
promptly filled by the Blue Tank
For Firo Lightning and Tornado
Iosuranoe in the German of Freeport
and other reliable companies, call on
er write to Ohaa. Sohaf nit, oloe over
flevo'a drug store, Red Cloud, Nebr.
.? Knocked Ont.
' The story is told of an old Massa
chusetts farmer that ho took to bin
bed weary nnd siok at heart when
Hayno delivered his remarkablo
speech: Here tho news of Webster's
magnificent reply reached him nnd ho
leaped from his resting placo with joy
Last Friday night at Hastings tho
same was repeated, tho greatest po
litical blackguard of tlie ag, tho do
famer'of republicanism ami of all
that is good in our past, met the
champion of republicanism and a de
feat moro crushing than Waterloo.
Republicans ventured out in throng?,
many confident but not loanog, tney
departed exultant, triumphant, jubi
lant to a man.
Andrews is eloquent, but tho tor-
rifio bursts of applauso that greeted
every sentence of his last half hour
could have been evoked by 110 man's
mero eloquence, they wero shouts of
satisfaction for tho downfall of I ho
Androws opened in an hour and in
a noat manner put his opponent on
his own record, which he strovo for
an hour and fifteen minutes to vindi
cate. The issue logically was Mo
Keighanism and Republicanism. Then
Andrews neatly and expeditiously
summarised in conciso statements
republican principles and polioics and
the reasons why they wero most
worthy of support. Ho made a strong,
vigorous argument in which was no
flaw for tho wily Mo. to magnify to
the men ho had brought there to gull
by his sophistries. Tho bursts of ap
plause wero frequent and tremeduous.
MoKeighan in reply didn't daro say
be was a democrat, didn't di
daro say he
was an independent, though the en
tire audience joined in a vooiferous
demand that he say ono or the other
then and thore. Mo. promised to toll
Andrews alone, after election, it An
drews would go behind a hay stack.
What a subject for a cartoon that hay
stack would make.
A long verbatim quotation from
ono of Bryan's spoochos was a singu
lar feature of McKeighan's address,
and it was liko feoding tho orowd
chestnuts with tho meat carefully
removed. His quotations didn't stop
here. In spite ot tho fact that every
ene except McKoichan knows that
the bookmakers and theorists are free
traders, MoKeighan proceeded to daro
Androws to drop his toxt books, and
then rehearsed tho old argument
about a balance of trade that every
college boy learns from demooratio
Walker's freo trade, political economy
and then rofutos from native common
MoKeighan took occasion to thank
heaven that he nover looked with
favor upon tho motives of tuch bad
men as Washington, Jefferson, ct
id omne genus, and Webster county
folk wondered that ho should thank
heaven for anything or recognizing a
God even bv words.
Tho Colossus of KhodcB mado the
biggest straddle known, to history.
McKeighan's whole effort was to equal
it and sustain his equilibrium against
Andrew s mighty blows, and because
like tho Colossus, brass enters largely
into bis composition bo succeeded
measurably, that is he wouldn't get
off tbo fence on either sido.
Andrews answered in a half hour
and at every sentenco the orowd went
wild. He declared that ho didn't
have to go behind a hay stack to tell
any man what he was, and in reply to
KoKeighan'a fling that ho had
water on the brain, said that was
hotter than to havo no brain to put
water on at wbioh MoKeighan gasped
audibly. In faot Mo. was .neatly
throughly and artistically flayed.
At the closo a body of independ
ents roso and cheered Andrews until
they wero hearse. A crowd of en
thusiastic republicans put Andrews
on their shoulders and carried him
around the hall. MoKeighan was left
alone to reflect upon the compensating
occurence induced by vulgar ambition
and measure the lot of the fallen.
The crowd was immense. An over
flow meeting was hold-Mown town,
while probably 2,500 pe'oplo endeav
ored to hoar the debate 'Republicans
are jubilant and aggressive. An
drews is the hero of the hour; hurrah
for Andrews the champion of honosty
and decenoy in fifth district politics,
and hurrah for anothor Corbott-liko
victory of mind oyer matter.
Remarked to a friend (hcother day that
ahe knew Kemp's Balsam for the throat
and Inngs was a superior1 remedy, aa it
stopped her conch instantly when other
cough remedies had no effeot whatever.
So to prove .his aud convince yon of ila
merit any druggist will give yon a sample
bottle free. Large size GO cents aud 1.
When you got ready to buy your
children's school suits this fall we
want you to inspect out stock. Wo
will oonvinco you easily that wo soli
he goods at correct prices.
OuicAao Clothinci Stork.
A few good farm loans, six per cant
interest. No second mortgage. 1). I)
Don't rsad this; it Is tho tiutli, Yon
don't like to hear it. Constipation of
the bowlei IB more responsible for nerv
ousness, malaria, blood poison, nnd kid
ney disease than any other canse. "JIop-
auoure, 1a a guarantees cure and pre
ventative from all this. For sale at , H
Is a concentrated extract of Bartaparllla,
Yellow Dock, ripstssewa, Juniper Berries,
Mandrake, Dandelion, and other valuable
vegetable remedies, every Ingredient being
strictly pure, and the best ot Its kind it is
posslblo to buy.
It Is prepared by thoroughly competent thar
maclsts, In tho most careful manner, by
a peculiar Combination, Proportion and
Froccsi, giving to It curatlvo power
It will cure, when In the power ot medicine,
Scrofula, Bait Rheum, Blood -Poisoning,
Cancerous and all other Humors, Malaria,
Dyspepsia, . Biliousness, Sick Headache,
Catarrh, Rheumatism, and all difficulties
with the Liver and Kidneys.
It overcomes That Tired Feeling, Creates an
Appetite, and gives great mental, nerve,
bodily, and digestive strength.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is sold by all druggists.
1 j six for IS. Prepared only by C. I. Hood
s Co., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
N. B. It you decide to take Hood's Samaa
rllla do not bo Induced to buy any other.
Dyspepsia, distreea after eating, sour
stomnoh, poor appetite, bad taste, coat
de tongue and heartburn nro cured by
DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the famous
lttlo pill. For sale by Cotting.
I Want to Buy Farms'
Parties having cheap farm lands for
sale, improvod or unimproved can find
buyers by calling on D. B. Spanogle,
Real Estate and Loan Agent, Red
What Docs It mean.
Important order to the U. 8. Armv:
"Got tho entire Army roady to move at
onoo. To prevent sickness (supply them
"Hepatioore," it purifies the blood, liver
and kidneys: prevents sickness of all
oharaoter among soldiers" For bbIo at
Deyo's. "Stantom." Sec. War.
Farm loans at six per cent option
to pay after two years. D. B. SrAN
oqle. How to make money. A prompt re-
tarn of yonr money is the good health
that follows tho nse of Hepatioure whioh
la n positive cure ror all malaria trouoies,
Blood, kidney and liver diseases. Bend
for Marshalls Manual of Health, Kansas
City, Mo,, and Lawrence, Kansas.
Drunkenness, or the Llejuor
Habit Cured at Hone In Ten
Days by Administering Dr.
Haines' Golden Specific.
It can be given in a gloss of beer, a
oud of coffee or tea or in food without
the knowledge of the patient It is ab
solutely harmless and will effect a per
manent and epeedy sure, whether the
patient is a moderate drinker or an al
coholio wreck. It has been given in
thousands of oases, and in every instance
a perfect cure has followed. It never
fails. The system onoe impregnated with
the specific, it becomes an utter impossi
bility for the liquor appetite to exist
Cures guaranteed. 48 page book of par
ticulars free. Address the Golden Spe
cific Co., 185 Race Street, Cincinnati, O.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Cat torla.
Good looks are more than skin deep,
depending upon a healthy condition of
all the vital organs. If the liver be in
active, you have a ruinous look, if your
stomach bo disordered you have a dys
peptic look and if yonr kidneys be affect
ed vou have a winched look. Beoare
good health and you will have good looks.
Electrio bitters is tne great alterative ana
tonio acts directly on these vital organs.
Cores pimples, holies, blotches and gives
a good complexion. Sold at C. L. Gov
ting's drug store, CO cents per bottle.
Waea Baby was sick, we gave her Oastorla.
Vftm she was a Child, she cried for Oaatorla.
ythm she became atlas, she chug to Castorls.
isssasdCUMrssH she gave tseaaCestoris,
You will fail in your duty it you do
aot see W. W. Wright before you buy a
heating or cooking stove. He baa the
finest line in the valley.
Call on T, E. Penman, Jeweler and
optician for fine watoh cleaning and
repairinpr. artistic letter, emblem and
monogram engraving. A full line
watches, clocks, jewelry, speotaole
oto. always on hand. Can fit any ey
with tho very best of spectacles. 10
will find, in Cotting's drug stora,
There is no.URO talking, neither Hard
son or Cleveland will bo elected unles
they take DoWitt's Little Early nisei
They have a "get there" quality poi
ed ty no otner pin, ror sale uy uouing
Hemombor Wiener is closing out
his men's and boys' boots at loss than
Children Cry for
K - ivn.imvi.H
And more durable thnn the ordinary knit.
New Yorh, 1802.
To the Trade and the Consumer: .
In sub mil ling to you
the " Wrighfs Health Uudenvear' wv- desire call
ing special attention to their SANITARY QUAL
ITIES. The garments absorb the perspiration as rapidly
as emitted through the pores of the shin and car
ry it to the surface of fabric where it is evavoraU
ed, thereby preventing the body from being sud
denly chilled by atmospheric changes and guard
ing the wearer against colds, la grippe, pneumon
ia, rheumatism, etc.
The -finest material is used in their manufac
ture, and for warmth, comfort and durability arc
The fleecing is woven in the fabric and is guar
anteed not to wear off until the garment is thor
oughly worn out. Use only ordinary care in
washing fine woolens.
Upon their merits alone we commend to you
WEIGHT'S HEALTH UNDERWEAR,
P. S Beware of imitations.
THE ABOVE GOODS
CHICAGO CLOTHING STORE.
C. M. SMITH & SON.
mVWW DBAY MM
All draying promptly
No person should travel without
box of Aycr's Pills. As a safo and
speedy remedy for constipation and
all irregularities of tho stomach and
bowlcs, they havo no equal, and being
skillfully sugar-coated, aro pleasant to
take, and long retain their virtues.
We aro now prepared to accept or
ders for September delivery. Eastern
hard coal $11 per ton, Western hard
coal $10 per ton. Abovo prices are
delivered in your bins.
7-2t Platt & Freeh Co.
What shall it profit a man if he
gain the whole world and then has the
dyspepsia bo bad that he can't enjoy any
of the good things it contains ? He
wont have dyspepsia if be takes DeWitts
Little Early Risers. For sale at (Jottings
Farm loans at lowest interest.
Strictly first-class loans at lower rates
than has ever been given in this coun
ay before. Option to pay part or all
at end of any year. C. F. Cather.
Piles of people have piles, but De
Witt's Witch Hazel Balve will cure them.
For Sale at (Jotting's.
The Population of Red Cloud
la about 8,000, and we would say at
least one half are troubled with some
affection of the throat and lungs, as
those complaints are, according to sta
tistics, more numerous than others. We
wonld advise onr readers not to neglect
the opportunity to call on their drsggiat
and get a bottle of Kemp's Balsam for
the throat nnd longs. Trial size free,
large aizo nOcts and 91. Sold by all drug
Wimntad fori Tain ,
Sara ul WinUhh BcsIm.
join of imtHAimw, tof aaatavW,?,
Children Cry tor
ARE FOR SALE BY
attended. Your orders
The ladies of tho Baptist church
gave a sunflower tea at tho resi
dence of Mrs. L. II. Dovo on Fri
ri.ANrATIONi 1100 acres, BOO In culilvallon,
spod orchard. 9 room residence, storo building
;!5x40,2surloa hluh; 2 barns, 30x70 andttxso.
Iron roofed; cribs, stables,' etc.. n tenant
bouses, gin aud grlit mill, both water power;
bounded on two aides by a splendid stream,
land as rich and productive a Mississippi bot
tom, One Umber, pure water, healthy situation.
ISO acres, CO In cultivation, orchard, small
homes, etc. All good laud, l'ru-e, l.W per
-rtaeres, MO In cultivation. The best farm In
gulua county. On due stream, soil hrst-cuus
200 acres of farm land, dwelling house, and a
stoca 01 Jewelry, aud town
townot'kammotn Hprtugi, .
estate In or around lied Clout
rowu property in tne
is, Arkansas, for real
mill. Ifar fitrfthikf In.
loraaaUonon above property address,
CAPT. A, L, COOPER,
Mammoth Springs, Ark.
OrD. R. SPANOGLE,
Red Claud, Acb.
, Legal Notice.
Whereas, on the 2d day of March, IH'Ji!,
W. M. Outwits made, executed and de
livered to Richardson, Hughes it Co., his
two certain promissory notes for the Bum
of six hundred dollars each, dated March
8, ,1809, one ot whioh notes is doe and
payable March 1, 1898, and the other ot
whioh la due and payable' March 1, 1804,
and whereas the said Guiwits, to secure
the payment of said notes, made, execut
ed and delivered to raid KiohBrdson,
Hughes k. Co., a chattel mortgage on the
following described property towit: One
standard bred trotting stallion No. 0452,
called Noah Birch, seal brown in color,
with one white ankle on right bind leg,
six years old; whereas said chattel mort
gage was duly filed in the clerk's office cf
Webster county, Nebraska, on the Oth
day of March, 1802, andwhereas, by the
terms and conditions; of Bald mortgage.
If the mortgagees or their as
signs ahonld feel unsafe or insecure then
it should be lawful for the aaid mortgagee
or hia assigns to take immediate posses- .
aion of said goods and chattels, and to
sell tho same 'at publio auction, and
whereas the said mortgagees feel onsafo
and insecure and the terms of said chat
tel mortgage have been by the said Gui
wits violated, and said mortgagees have
taken possession of said property by
reason thereof, and under the terms and
conditions of aaid mortgage, now, notico
Uhefeby given that the said mortgagees
will sell tho mortgaged property ubovo
described under said mortgage at tho liv
ery stable ot Joseph O. iioloomb, in the
city of Red Cloud, in the county of Web
ster, Nebraska, on the l!-'d day of October,
1802, at one o'clock p. m. of said day.
There is sow due and owing from skk
Guiwita to the said mortgagees on the bVRV
pp,eeandmqrtgago,thesnmof fiapp. Y
HiciuBpsos, liunues t Co.
By Jae. McNeny, Their Attjr. 10-4t
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