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EW STOVES! NEW STOVES!
W. W Wright
Hat JmiI KcecUcd h Now, Largo unci Well Selected Line or
Cooking and Heating Stoves!
( . Don't fail to see him before
A complete iine of all kinds of hardware.
Perkins & Mitchell's old stand.
Choice Flour & Feed,
And sells it cheap.
Get his prices before buying join flour.
V ' J'M 1 m W Sm mr Mmw fir JU fm mr 1 p rw j fir F
15,00 TO LOAN TO WORTHY STUDENT.
No money required to receive nn education at thl collcae. The only romllt Inn a'lnitalnn
are a Rood morul clisractor nnd an ambition to secure an ojlucijtlnn. riiN cuIIpm hut set aside
f 15,000 to be loaned durliiK the present year to yotina )cotlo who wish to attend our school, but
have not the ready funds. All Uie Ume needed will be Klven In which to pay tlio limn; and a
ttuin in fair n niii iwiiiruk in vratiiiaf inn wminiii n iiaiiAr in upuiii wun.
T M HnT TM FAK JSIS IVU 14UI UUl II llllil IB IIIIINW11UIU1UH uiihiui. tiuuru mnwu
fn HfatvlltiAiit nn .utiiiillnn ulifkn inn tiivn aii rititxirtnnltv like tills.
cn stales rciirosfiitcit In
the attendance and llfty xrnduatcs last year. Hoard In private family J.oo per week.
We teach the Klcctrlc Short-Hand which can be learned In los tlm than otlior lyntrtii. After
you havo read the circulars of all other schools, seiid for our JcatalOKue and wu will lento It t
your Judgment which school In the west ranks llrst lit standing. Address,
A. M. 1IAKGIS, Pre., Orand JUIiind, Neb.
Fort Abstract Co., Red Cloud,
L. II. FORT, Manager.
AteftPts of Title,
Furnished to all Lands in Webster County, Accurately and
ON SHORT NOriCE.
Uavlng had ton yean experience In county records and one of the tnoit rompleto set of At
stract books In.tha stato. we guarantee satisfaction. Your favors sullcited
All oriles filled promptly, lo.ooo dollar bond filed
( nd approved. Address or call on
L. JI. FORT MANAGER, Rod Cloud, Nob.
HARRIS & GUST,
Isli $ BmM Wmtm
North or Henry Cook'.
Your Tatronage is solicited. We
Nothing but the Best Meats.
Castorla is Dr. Samuel Pitcher! prescription for Infants
and Children. It contaias neither Opium Morphine nor
other Narcotlo substance. It Is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing; Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use. by
Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys "Worms and allays
feverlshiicss. Castorla prercats vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind ColC. Castorla relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and fiatuleaey.
Castorla assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
torla is the Children's Panaceathe Mather's Friend.
" Castorla is oa excellent medtdao for cill
4rco. Uotbcrsbava repeatedly told t&o of Us
good effect upon their children."
Da. O. c. Omoop,
" CutorU U tio bot nustd (or children of
likb Ian acquainted. XbopautodayteBot
far ssstist when aether will oeMat the real
Merest of their children, and use Castorla In
stead of thevariousquacknoetruauwtikli are
destroytex their loved ones, by fordag opium,
morphine, sootblog syrup and other hurtful
tjeata down their throats, thereby sotxUng
aheca to premt turo graves."
Da. J, F. KmcraLOB,
Tk CaaUur Ocmpaay, IT Kam? Mitt, Slaw York City.
tfOMf. iWiimiiih. , mmmxH iiiu,.
Cutorla la ao weU adapted to children Mutt
I rocosnnend it superior to any prescription
known to ite."
S. A. """"' t U. D,i
lil.Sft. Oxfordgt, Srooki.K. T.
' Our phniciiu In tho chlllrtuw depart
mast hare spokes Ugh of their experl
etsss) to their oaaMa pracUca with Castorla,
and although we only hare among our
medical supplies what la known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castorla has won us to look with
favor upon It."
Umitss HoarrriL axd Dtarapuar,
AiUR a Snrra, fri.,
ItetitlbllcHli llli' Al'iuy flood
hvlrrt I roiii, IIoxovit.
Tlio ix)s'illon of Mr. llliiino on tlio
presidency 1h no Junior u .niillcr nl im
ccrtnlnty. In it luttcr ot hit own
atgnaturo, ndilrossod to Mr. "fltsoii,
lie htatCH piv.ltlrul.r Hint IiIa n.i.iio will
not go before thu iintloiitil rcpulillftin
convention, 'llu tloji not fuel cnlloil
upon to enter Into nttyos .Inn.itlon, but
Ids tlocllnntlon N unciiiuvoi ul, K'uvlntf
no poHslblo room for iiilstimlersliinillnjr.
It Is not improlinbli tin t Mr Jtliilno
lias before litni mnny .vtuM of tuafttl
ness. lllulfltcr of clculmivtlor. Ih by
no means a farewell to public life. Hut
It In a conllrinntlon of the fr"nernl opin
ion tlmt his strenutb litis boon so far
Impaired by linrd work und ndvanclnfr
nfo tbat he cannot stand the strain and
burden of n national cnmpulgn. Thn
reasons which Impelled him to 'lllnp;
away ambition" In 1S8S apply in 1802,
only with additional force. Ho has
been a prodigious worker for oyer
thirty years, and now ho musthusband
his strength. That ho 1ms reached
that atago of life Is a matter of pro
found and poignant regret to an in
numerable multitudo of his fellow
citizens. No other public man has so
large and so ardent : following. For
many years he has been tho leading
champion of republicanism, and the
admiration for nit genius mauo nu
name a torch to kindle popular en
thusiasm. The animosities which wera
Inseparable from the aggresslvo nrabt
tlon of his earlier manhood have grad
ually died out Ho may bo said to hare
outllTcd thoso animosities. They are
interred with thu bones of his presi
So long ns Mr. Illaine's candidacy
was 'A matter of doubt the considera
tion of the presidential question by the
republican party was heriously embar
rassed. His final and definite with
drawal from thu light leaves tho re
publicans with no lack of good ma
terial for a ticket, and tho various can
didates can now bo canvassed upon
their merits and availability. The
convention at Minneapolis will havo
no occasion to ask: "Is lllalno a candi
date?" That question has been an
swered, once for all, more than three
months in advance of tho convention,
thus giving the people ample time to
look ovor the field and for tho develop
ment of public opinion.
.. Ho long as Mr. Illaine's position was
uncertain littlo progress could bo made
in a popular choice between the several
aspirants. Ills great personality and
tho Uovotlou with which his friends
and admirers stood by him over
shadowed everything and mude con
centration anywhere Impossible. It is
woll known that President Harrison
would like the indorsement of a second
term, and ho has a ihost of friends
who would havo preferred him oven if
Blaine became a candidate. Certainly
fair-minded men will admit that he has
given the country an able and olean
administration that lias stood lor dis
tinctly republican klenik Even tho dem
ocrats must conccdo this much. Ho
has been thoroughly tiuo to the princi
ples of the republican party, and who
ever the caudldnto may be repub
licans will necessarily light upon the
line of battle laid down by his admin
istration. Hut no man has claim upon
the nomination at Minneapolis, and if
the national convention thinks it
would be politic to nominato some one
else it should not hesitate to do bo.
There is no lack of good material.
Ohio has in Gov. McKlnley a great and
magnetic statesman. Ho Is in fact the
representative man of the leading
ldeaa on which the campaign will be
fought Secretary Rusk would make a
remarkably availablo candidate. He,
would be a great vote-getter. Illinois
has in Senator Cullom, with his strong
resemblance to Abraham Lincoln, a
candidate whoso qualifications should
not be overlooked, and Gen. Alger has
done much to mnko himself popular
w ith the old sold lers. Hut theso names
do not exhaust tho list It is not too
Into for men unmentloncd, perhaps
unthought of, to bprlng up and be
come formidable candidates. Several
famous presidential races havo been
won by horses so dark as to be quito
indistinguishable at this dlstanco from
tho convention. Certainly there is no
tjood reason for republicans who expect
to) delegates to tlio Minneapolis con
vcntlod to go Into mourning for the
want of e'andidatos. Tho ublo and
available statesmen who aro willing to
lead the campaign fn DJ aro legion.
It only remains for the convention to
choose wisely. Chicago Inter Ocean.
A PARTY OF KICKERS.
Democracy, Having No Ideas t Its OKS,
Tho national democratic party pre
sents at tho present time a remarkable
spectacle. It camo into power in tlie
house of representatives on a "tidal
wave," and lias nn immense majority
in thot- body. Most of its representa
tives tliero were cleaned, or supposed
they wore, as "tariff roformors." A
majority of tliem were cuosen, pw
because they believed in tho coinage of
diver and gold dually and freoly by
our taints at tho ratio of sixteen to one.
It was natural to expert, tkefefor,
that the house would proceed at oae
to smash the tariff and open our mint
lor coinage to the sllvor of the world.
But tho democratic- party is quoer.
When it is out of office it professoe
allegiance, occasionally, to a definite
nrlnclcle. and commits itself to a cer
tain line of action. When It is In power
It never does anything. It has no prin
ciples, except to got in office and
sliy there. It has now dAVflloped an
affirmative policy In any direction. J.
has netw initiated a progrostlyo ruoasr
ure. It never will.
It is not so surprising, therefore, af
ter all, to thoso who know, something
of tho past history ana present compos
ition of tho democratic party, that In
tho body where-' it has complete power
it is now Bhowlsg signs of paresis. We
fLtm told that tho democratic triumvi
rate (hat .controls the party In tho sen
ate and assumes to control it In tho
aatiou, racsturs. Gorman, Hill and
Brlee, have agree wljLU ft? tiumyl
rate la the. house, .wblek, WW Wft
aew rules,' If they are ever Mttef
wiirtoattolaU thj leil1stteaotas
. ..., . ., .... i ' i
body tho democratic members of the
committee on rules that it is not desir
nblo for tho hnuno to do nnythlng at
this ncs&lon on the silver and tariff
question. Action of any hind might
fcpllt tho party. The New Knglnnd
nnd most of tho New York democrats
uro ngalnst fraudulent frro silver; thn
democrat of the (south and west are in
favor of It The democrats of Pennsyl
vania, nnd sotno In other statci, nro
ngalnst free trndc; tho rest of tho dem
ocrats aro In favor of It. Therefore,
tho piusngo of a free-coinage bill by
democratic votci in tho house would
bo dangerous; It might nllenato east
ern voters. Tho panMigo of a "Mills
bill" would antngonl7e business inter
ests nnd precipitate a tariff campaign,
and that would be dangerous, too.
Ko this parly, ns represented in con
gross, and having In the popular branch
a clear raiiorltv of ilftv votes, actually
f dares not pass a bill that would com
mit it to any dcflnlto policy. This is
only a new and rather striding illustra
tion of tho very old fact that the demo
cratic party is simply the "against
party" tho party of opposition, the
party of negation, absolutely ineapa
bio of positive action, of constructive
legislation or of adherence to any prin
ciple. In 1804 it ran for president a union
general on n secession platform; in 1868
it ran a hard-money man on a platform
of repudiation; in 1873, on a platform
that contradicted every principle it had
ever professed, It rau Horace Greely,
its life-long and most bitter foe. In
1888 it V(ba held by the throat by Dro
ver Cleveland on a positive platform,
and was defeated. The defeat naa
knocked out of It whatever conrage it
temporarily possessed, and now ItAs
going back to the old plan of ahnny
"kicking" ut what the republicans hale
done, without proposing anything WB
nlto as a substitute.
Tho Fiftieth congress, under Spea
Carlisle, was described by a demo
in tho house just the other day aa i
nothing" congress, The Fifty-seep'
congress, so far us now appears, and
far as tho houso of representative la
concerned, will be also a do-notkiog
congross. 2f. Y. Mall and Express.
THE DEAR PEOPLE-!
Of litis comity will plcr.st; licur in ntlmi final
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Jicul received :t cat'Ionil ol"
Cook and Heating
And will Discount Any Price iii tin.
If you ure luiMlii2 don't lull to cull on lilir. I'Oll MOXP.Y IM
WHAT l'OW lire TltYIStt Tl U YE.
Call in and get a Golden Gem.
He w ho Wants Health Wants Everything!
t&'Whocver may be the standard
bearer, Mr. Hlalno will bo In tho field
working for tho principles of the grcut
party he has done so much to advance
und with which his name is so com
pletely Identified. Cleveland Leader.
tSTSpcakcr Crisp is a reformer.
Ills son holds a three thousand-dollar
clerkship. Similar charges have been
mado against bprlngcr and Catching.
Damocrats are always "reformers"
durlnjr campaigns, but never nftor-
ward. Iowa State Register.
CSTDemocrats In congress wore aw
fully afraid of ono "C.ar Reed." They
are now arranging to appoint "ten
czars," and lenve the rest of the fellows
nothing to do but talk, whittle sticks
and execute the supreme will of their
bosses. Chicago Inter Ocean.
EZTThc action of Mr. Blaine does not
leave the w ay clear tor Mr. Harrison.
Tho president is unpopular, and the
chances aro that as regards the nom
ination the presidential toga will fall
upon a head not now visible above
tho political liorlzou. Council Bluff
C-Davld Hill will press the button
and his "kodak" convention will
do tho rest Then Cleveland will
follow up with a "Little Detective"
convention and take a snap shot at the
delegation. Hut tho rcul fun will come
in the Chicago convention. Detroit
tyin the last year of Cleveland's'
administration tho United States
bought 833,000,000 more from foreign
nation than it sold to them, whereas
in lbOl, under republican rule, tho sale
execcdod the purchases by 8142,000,000.
Such figures need no comment St
Louis Globe Democrat
Grovcr Cleveland bus emerged from
tho Louisiana woods with politically
closed lips. It is very likely that for
some timo Mr. Cleveland will talk of
his wing shorts nt Too Jefferson's
retreat with much vigor, but will get
into hh shotl und closo tho lid when
politics is mentioned.' He won't write
a ny political letters t'lthcr for awhile,
EZTEvcry ofllelal report from the
pension department gives tho positive
evidence that the republican party la
loyally keeping faith with tho disabled
union boldiors. The statement for the
last six months of 18D1 shows that
during that period there was issued
from tho department 1M.831 pension,
of which SO, 102 were under tho general
law nnd 113.050 were under the act of
June 27, 1800. The first payment on
these certificates aggregate 930,807,580,
or a littlp PVr 134 to each pensioner.
Iowa State Register,
UTA majority of tho democrats
member of tho houso committee of
way and mean havo agreed to Mr.
Springer's plan of tariff tinkering. But
this decision,' while It may bo moro or
less binding upon tho ways and means
committee, Is not binding upon Mr.
Mill, tUo Brccklnridges, or other dis
tinguished fioo iwlara on the floor of
tho house, and Mr. Springer cannot he
nt all sure that sonjobqdy wU not offer
the Old MIUs bill as a substitute Jpr
Ir, Springer's little free-wool Ijlll, and;
bo precipitate a general tTlfl clqcu,a.f
sion.-N. V. Mail and Express,
Triumph of UepubUsena.
Tho Unltod State aupreme court
struck a heavy blow at the Louisiana
statu lottery bv its decision affirming
tho constitutionality of tho antMottory
net nasscd br the Fifty-first congress.
The correspondence of the lottery com
pany Is by this law entirely excluded
ing tho law was unanimous, ThU a(f
litaw net was nassod. let it ho veraem.
bered, by a republlwn congross, urged
thereto by a republican president; aw
the law has been efficiently applied by
a republican postmaster general Doo
anybody suppose that If we had had a
democratic president and congress such
a law could have been passed? The
decision put new heart Into the anti
lottery eaaipaiffS' in Louisiana, and
may have a decisive effeet o the torn-
PJ-Wfe)- " ,,. . !'t'if!m
There are millions of persona in this country who Buffer
from chronic diseases or an afilictioxi which incapacitates
them from business, and frequently makes life a burden,
many of whom would place themselves under different treat
ment if they were acquainted with th fact that a ne w
treatment was m reach of them. Kemcdial agents for many
of those ills we have endeavored to secure. Of such we offer
to tlie afflicted one, on a business like baLs, the mandgmeut
of which we trust will be tempered by amoral and philan
We practice the BnnierhofF treatment of all forms of SEOTAL DISEASES. Wo per
tonally owe a debt of gratitude to the father and founder of this system and not to pub
lish te the world such knowledge, would be to do mankind an Injustice, This is th. r
remedy that thousands bless, and one that I have secured at great expense, tried tsAQ'f
tested hefore offering it to you for your consideration and Investigation. Descriptive
emphltts sent free on application. Office consultation free. Names of parties who nave
ta cured cheerfully given o application.
L. D. Denney, M. D., Red Cloud, Neb
THE TRADERS LUMBER CO.
Lumber, Coal, Lime, lath, Etc.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Prices Lower than any yard.
Warner & Warren,
" THE TWO JO'S "
Have opened a Real Estate Office,
A170 ABE BEADY TO SELL YOU
Farm or City Xroporty, or Auction off your Stock or House
hold Goods, Havo Borne Bargains to offer to any
who call a this office,
2d Door North of F. & M. Bank, Up Stairs
Wghstgr Co, Abstract Office
J, II. BAILEY, Abstracter nnd Proprietor.
Accurate Abstract Promptly runiUlicd for any Lands In Webster
county. A complete und Accurate set or Abstract book
and u aioooo bond filed Tltli county Judge Insure sail
For Abstracts, Cheap Farm Loans or some
good Bargains in Real Estate, call ou
J. H. BAILEV.
llEJD CLOUD, MJIMASKA.
JTR ANSFER LINE K
sTir i 'i lif win iiiiiiTiin-risaiisriWssBnTWsrssMisTr , , mt,m immi
8. JT. COZAV, Proprietor.
All hauling intrusted to me will bo promptly attended to.
McGinty to the bottom of the sea,
But the Buckeye Harness Shop is still on top and will give a
t cetto tho Webster Co u ty Fair with evory
$5 worth purchased at his storo at one time. ,
J. O. BUTLER, Prop,
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