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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1892)
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Friday, Oct 88 lttl
Refnifcllciin National Ticket.
For rrcaldr nt,
For Congressman eth District
W. K. ANBHKWB.
For Lieutenant Governor.
T. J. MAJORS.
For Secretary of Btatc,
For Attorney fleneral, ,
ClBUKUK II. HAHTINtiS.
For ConmlHloBer of I'ublie lands and Hldf,
A. It. IIUMI'llRKY.
ForBapcrtntcnilent ol l'ubllo Instruction,
A. K. UOUDV.
For Btato Senator, TAUsnN(
For Float IteprcMntatlto,
For Representative 4 llh district,
For County Aitomoy,
It will bo tbo proper thing for the
toteri to vote early on election day.
The tickets will bo nearly 40 inches
loner, and in order to vote expedi
tiously, you will have to vote prompt
1 0tMn navltr Atttl nttnfil fliA men.
Irvine, tho man who shot and kill
ed' C. K. Montcomery in Lincoln last
winter was brought to trial on tho
charge of murder and after a ten daya
trial ho was declared not guilty.
Montgomery was accused of soduoing
Only elovon days until cleotion day
In those few lot every republican en
deavor to bring in now recruits to
help swell tho republican majority
for Andrews, tao county, state and
National tiokot. Every voter should
get out and voto.
The Independents claim that An
drews' speech in this city lost him
(Andrews) COO votos, nrid at tho fame
time tbey are very angry because he
used language that exposed Mr. Mo
Keiguan's perfidy, how tho query
comes if his speech was such that it
cost him 500 votes why should they
(the independents) bo mad, when it
should be causo .for gratification?
The facts aro that Andrews did ntfl
lose a vote but by his straight for
ward talk, and tho way ho knuoked
the bombast out of our independent
friend made moro votes than ho lost.
Then, again, why should MoKeighan
kick because Nr. Andrews is alleged
to have used abusivo language, when
he (MoKeighan) took tho inititary and
commenced tho war in his very first
specoh at Hastings and thon at But
toe. In both of thoso places ho be
labored Mr. Andrews with all kinds
of epithets, so thoso say who wcro
there The truo condition of affairs
are about like this: Mr. Andrews is
gaining votes every day and with re
newed republican enthusiasm such as
displayed in lied Cloud n v.cek oo
Thursday, Mr, MoKuighau well
knows that ho is at his ropes end. as
Mr. Andrews will no doubt bo elected.
It is not tho nbuso thoy care for, but
it is tho liklihood of looting Mo
Koighan that Btrikcs them in n tender
plaee. Salt wont savo McKoighan
this time Tho fates havo decreed it
and he must bo relegated to tho rear
ranks whilo ah abler and moro vigor
ous man takes his plaoo in congress.
We want to show you what values we are giving in
For the price. We want to show you our Overcoats in Cheap as
well as Dress Overcoats.
No one can show you such a line in this county. We bought, while in market, a large line
of these goods
AT A, CXJT PRICE,
In one instance at a reduction of FIVE DOLLARS PER COAT. We shall close them
out at same CUT PRICE.
The sad intollisenco that the
of President Harrison is dead will
reeeiyed with proiound regret by ev
erv lotfal American citizen, one was
a lady who was held in tho highest
osteon for hor noblo deeds. The
President will havo tho sympathy of
the nation in his great bereavement
Judge (Jrounso is a man, whom the
people of Nebraska should feel proud
ti honor. He is an honorable nan,
aid ft harsh thing cannot bo said of
him by any one. The samo eat be
said of our cntiro tiokot, in the state
aid oonnty. No hotter men exist
than is composed of the republican
' Our frieliofof the Nation says the
renublioai menov banc! made s big-
ger show than tho poor debt-burdeied
farmers. How about tho farmers ia
the republican lino? There wero
more aotual furmers in tho republican
line than in the independent lines,
and what is bolter thoy have made
r their prosperity by tho swoat of their
brows. Thcro is no. causo for crying
calamity in Nebraska now.
A voto lor Vnn Wyok moans a vote
for a man who is almost a millionaire,
besides it is a voto for a mas who is
devoid of priuoiplos who it is alleged
took up homesteads in violation of
of tho homostoad lav.-, and who drew
two salaries, while ncing as a United
States Army officer and U. S. Senator.
If 'that is the cibo, ho should not
be elected, be causo he is trying to
hoodwink tho farmets and make them
believe that ho is with them, when
the opposite is truo.
Our domoeratio brother of the Dem
ocrat, in his artiolo on the joint de
bate, evidently in keeping witk the
shoulder strikers of the democratic
and independent parties, tries to mis
lead the people in regard to the crowd
present, by saying that delegations
eame from Tccutnsea and Haigltr.
Teoumsoh 1b out of the diitriet aid
no delegation came in from there, if
they did tuey were MoKeigbai follow
era. As far no delegations were con
cerned, as many indopondonts eame ii
on tho trains as republicans, and as to
the alleged abuse of Mr. MoKeighan
by Mr. Androws is concerned, the
faots romaine that in tho opening
debates JMoKciKban commenced It,
and when ho found that he had caught
a Tartar, ho began to plead the baby
act, by dirootiou of bis party man
agers in order to gain sympathy, and
if possible draw back the hosts of
voter who havo loft him and are
still leaving him tor a better man.
There were several men in the and
ieneo who tore elf MoKeighan badges
before MoKoighan's eyes and put on
Andrews' bndges. and that is the way
that tho ahuso lost Androws votos.
The avalanche has ootumonccd and by
the nixht nf tho eighth, it will load
Andrews into congr-s. As to Mo
Keighau's disoussion uf tho politioal
situatiop it was the eatuo old oheBtnut
' of thirty years ago, nothing new in it.
After tho debates arc over, and a re
fusal to conduot them further from
fear or otherwise, and in tho light
that tho challenge canto from Mo
Keighan, it lookti liU baby talk, to
plead abuse nt thin time, when in
, both ' inslanors MoKeighan was the
gjressor, as fur ns I ho ohallcngo and
idibo wcro concerned.
You will fail in your duty if you do
not eo W. W. Wright before you buy a
heating or cooking stove, lie has the
pueat lino in the valley. j
When McKciuhan was challenged
to continuo tho joint discussions at
Holdredgo tho republican commit tec
asked that tho chailcngo bo either ac
eepted or refusod at Hod Cloud in
order that the debates could continuo
right along, but up to tbo present
timo Mr. MoKeighan nor any of tho
independent committco has answorcd
it and Mr. Androws and tho republi
can committee aooopts tho silonco as
a refusal to continuo tho debates, and
arrangements havo been inado whero
by Mr. Andrews' tituo will bo occu
pied betweon this and election.
It is evidont that McKoighan and
his managers fully roalizo that thoy
havo boon worsted at every turn in
tho road and havo no desiro to con
tinue furtbor. Thcro silcnoo is a
taoit aoknowlcdgcmont of defeat.
When tho ohallcngo to Mr. Andrews
was mado tho independents littlo
knew the result. Had thoy but
realited Mr. Andrews' nhility to up
hold and defend tho republican pnrty
the ohallengo would have never bcon
The debates havo resulted in much
good to the republican party and the
Nebraskan is only sorry that tho in
dependents havo not accepted tho
ohallcngo to conttnuo them. m
In fine dress suits we are strictly in it !
In - Men's - Underwear
We show a large stock and
We bought a "job" in Men's Underwear at a very low price enabling us to sell you
Two of the Best Suits for $2 you ever saw.
Extra good weight and very desirable patterns in Duck Lind and
Leather Coats. We undersell all competitors.
CHICAGO CLOTHING STORE.
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.
Just think of it, 180 tin manufact
ories in old England havo closed
down on account of tho McKinloy
bill and yot tho frco traders say that
tho bill is an injury, to Atnotica.
Most of thoso factories will movo to
this country and givo employment to
Americans. If frco traders succeed
this fall, a now tarifl bill will bo en
acted and tin will bo on tho froo list
and then Amorican manufactories
will elose and English ones will opon,
and Amorican workmon will bo out of
employment. This ia a caso where
tho tarifl protects Americans, and do
velopes American interests. Andrews
is for proteotion and McKoighan is a
free trader. Vote for Androws.
lct every republican ana ovory
friend of proteotion, cast their votes
for men wnom thoy know will stay by
the good oause, and especially Ameri
ca! prosperity. MoKeighan will vote
for free trade whilo Andrews will
vote for protection to Amcrioan in
dustries and American laboring raon.
The 'republican tiokot from President
dowi to eounty attorney aro pledged
to stand by the laborer, and nil classes
of American laborers as woll as Amor
lean industries. Do not bo doccived
by false beacon lights, such as tho
demooratio and independents parties,
if olosely followed would lead you up
on the worst shoals of American ad
versity that has over boon known.
F. O. 81ater, one of Webster
county's enterprising farmers, called
in this wook and subscribed for tho
Great Family Weekly. By tho way
Mr, Slater has just returuod from a
thirty days visit to his old homo in
During the prevalenco of tho
the pan seasons it waun notineablo foot
that those who dopendod on Dr. King's
new uisoovery, not only lind n spoecly re
covery, but esonned nil tho troublosomo
after affects of tho malady. This reme
dy seems to havo n pcculinc powor in ef
fecting rapid cures not only in cases of
La Grippe, bat in nil dUmiHOH of throat,
ohest, and lungs, and has cured oases of
aathma and hay fever of lour; standing.
try u ana uo convinced. It won't illsup
puiuu r too
Trial bottles nt Cotting'a
I Want to IZny Farina
Parties having cheap faml lands for
salo, improvod r unimproved oan find
buyers by calling oii 1), B. Spanogle,
Real Estato and lonn Agent, lied
A new stook of organs at tho muiio
storo this week.
Children Cry for
Pltohcr't Cat torla.
Senators Paddoek and Manderaon
are doiig effective campaign work in
the western portions of the state, and
caoh day's dispatches bring good ac
counts from them. When recently
they returned from a laborious and
protracted session of the senate they
scarcely waited to shake hands with
fiiends, bit pulled off their ooats and
wont into hard campaign work for the
whole ticket. They desire to be re
turned to the senate for honest public
services worthily performed. Sutton
On last evening, Thursday, about
700 people tiled the Opera House to
hear the Hoi. O. F. Manderson U. S.
Senator, address the people on tho
politioal issiN of the day acoording
to the repiblieai idea. The speeoh
was oie fill of politioal meat, and of
sound commoi seise. Bis audienee
was fill of enthusiasm aid we believe
that he accomplished much good in
showing ii clever wav the fallacies
of the democratio and independent
parties, especially did he show the un
bounded proepcrity of this ootintry,as
against the hie aid cry that it was
going to the logs as elaimed by tho
opposition. We have said the
Senator ai era of prosperity such as
no other country ever knew His
speech was one of the best ever de
livered ii Red Cloud.
Sec Oscar Patmor before buying
our. He has made a big reduo tion.
There is ketter paint in the
market thai the Lincoln mixed paint,
sold by (Jotting.
Any one whose Watch has j
bow (rinr ),will never have oc
casion to use this time-honored
cry. It is the only bow that
cannot be twisted off the case,
and is found only on Jas.
Boss PUed and other watch
cases stamped with
this trade mark.
Aik your Jmrtter Hr a pamphltt, or
tad t the taaaufarcturut ,
KeystiM Watch Case
Honest Bill Brown will be the next
float ropresentativo of Adams aid
Webstor counties and there is bo
questioning the fact that he will
make an ab'o one. He is a farmer
and will look after tho interests of
that class in the state legislature.
He deserves and should receive the
vote of overy republican or any other
psitymau in the country. Nebraska!
In view of the affliction that has re
cently como to tbe President in the
loss of his most excellent wife, there
will bo appropriate services held in all
the churches having pastors at 10:30.
All aro cordially invited.
BvOrdkr op Com.
Will Johnson, of Fill moro eounty,
is visiting with his uoole, Jos. Graves.
Thoso IleatlHg Steves
Thoso who fail to seo Wright's
Heating Stovrs, will fail in their duty
for he has tho tiuest heaters in the
valley. And by the way ho will eell
eooking stoves as cheap ai any store
ii the valley. Call and see him.
Sheet music kept in stook at
mukic store. It
Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Be
newer is unquestionably tho best pre
servativo of the hair. It is also cur
ative of dandruff, totter and all sealp
Dennis Finn, lias renouneed his
allegiance to our old friend, Queen
Vic, and has become a oitisen of the
United States. Dennis came from
the Green Islo,
Abraham Lincoln's physioian, the emi
nent Dr. Holland, who attended,
him in his last moments, wheat
the brave man's life was fast ebbi&g
away, stated that it was not the direct
molt of fatal shot of "Booth" but the
reduced physical condition of the presi
dent due to the enormous strain upon
his nervous system j that if be had taken
the necessary precautions to have kept
his blood, liver and kidneys ia a sound
and healthy condition, recovery would
have beon certain, and that the remedy
he always recommended waa Hepatiourt,
the Groat English blood and liver tonlo,
as it is absolutely certain to core all
these troubles. For sals by Deyo, tf
Catarrh in tho head is a constitution
al disease, and requires a oonstltnttoaal
remedy like Hood's HaraapariUa, to
Children Cry for
A few good farm loans, six per cont
intorcst. No second mortgage. D. B
Children cry for
9. M. HUNTER, Editor.
Columbus Day was eelobrated by tho
Bed Cloud schools in an appropriato
manner. At the time appointed in
the afternoon a fow old soldiers and
some ladies of tbe Belief Corps, lod
by the Bed Cloud S. of V. band,
marched from the G. A. B. hall to
the school groinds to help tho pupils
in the exercises of the day.
The teachers had the pupils march
from their respective rooms and form
in line on the school ground, after tho
reading of the President's Proclama
tion by Mr. Simons, the stars and
stripes were hoisted over the school
buildlig aid all present joined in
giving three cheers for our national
emblem. The salute of tho flag by
over four hundred joining patriots,
the rising defenders of our trco in
stitutions aid our country's honor,
was a graid sight. America, was
sing, after whleh all marched to tho
grounds lorth of the Fireman's Hall
to listen to ii address by Hon. Jas.
Gilham, which was well suited for the
oecasioi iuii or aistono interest, pa
triotism ror the present, and bopo for
the future. The band furnished some
exoellent music A primary class
song wm well rendered, Miss Alice
Bcmsherg's reoitation of the Colum
bia Ode was worthy of commenda
tion. The exercises were all good
aid Piof. Caster and his able corps
of teachers deserve much credit for
making the celebration a suoccss.
Many of the schools of Wobster
oonty celebrated Columbus day in a
becoming manner. Thus another les
son in patriotism has been given tho
children and the observanoo of Oot.
21st, 1892 will be remembered by tho
teachers and pupils of our sohoo's.
The teacher's meeting at Bed Cloud
was the best att Joded teacher's meet
ing that we havo evor seen in this
county. Forty-two teachers woro pre
seat and all took: an active patt in
this meeting, 'f fee program was well
carried out. Tao query box contain
ed questions of much intorpst to all
present and brought forth muoh inter
esting discussion IV o think that tho
diseission of faculties mot with in
actual sobool work ono of the best
features of our meetings. If tho
meetings continue to be as intercstinc
as the three already pisv havo beon,
mich advancement profwuionally will
be mado by oor teachers during this
sohool yoar. Touchers, bo th old and
youug, tako and i n tores t in tho
Beading Circle work as wol.l as other
work of tbo program. Tl'lio stato
courso of study always receives a full
share of attention. Wo expoct a
good, meeting at Blue Hill,, Oct. 20th,
J. Murray the proprietor of tho
Fair Store, has moved his largo stock
of tinware, glassware, notions, baskets,
stationery, candies, etc, into tho
Moon block, just south of Dickerson's
egg storo. He invites thoso who de
siro anything in his line to call and
oxamino his stook, He proposes to
soil goods at very low figures. Ho is
going to put in a large stock of all
kinds of goods such as is usually kept
in a racket store. Moon block, Bod
Judge Gaslin was on our strcots
,, i.i i
First class work is dono at tho
Golden Esgle Tailor Shop.
VanBenson has hay for sale at $8.50
per ton. See him if yog want hay. tf
Wbea Baby waa slek, s cava bsr CaatorU.
Waea aha was s CaUd, aha cried for Csttoria.
When aho beoaaM Mist, aha cluaf to Castoria.
Whan sasnad CWarea, aba gavs them Caatoria.
HffLlZi?!a,u dUwrderof the Kidney ,
f2?JKKS,n,,l,? " be taken to
prevent serious trouble.
p. J. H. MCLEAN'S
LIVER MS KIDNEY BALM
diSMriXP'J4, JtwUI oars Liver I)lor
SSf'tKil"!' wf!BMj Bright 'a DUease
52S-PJf.,E?L-S2S? J bottle. Send
2Sn!iSffiJ&.bS ?r "ti. bow to live
aaa cure these dlitneatng oomplatnU.
THI DR. J. H. MCLEAN MED. CO
T. UOUISB. MO.
To whom it may concern: Notico ia
hereby given that sealed proposals will
be received, at the ofllce of tho county
olerk of Webster county, Nebraska, up
till noon, of November 2, 1802, for the
purposeof building a pile brldtre, across
" ct?k U ml, north of Cowles, on mnin
road to Blue Hill, nooording to pinna and
specifications herein stated, viu: Bridfc-o
to be 50 foot long, 10 feet wide, four rows
of piling, nnd 3 piling to each plor, pil
ing to be 14 feet long, driven from 0 to 7
feot, same to be capped by 8x10, enps.
Joice to be 3x12 Inches, laid 2 feet npurt.
Floor to be laid with two inch plnnk.
Also a railing on sides of bridge. All to
bo dono in n workmanlike manner.
Iho committee reserve tho right to ro
jeot any or all bide.
.. ( 1 KtMMKIIMirf
Bridge Committee. G. W.Iummi:i
r . . ., , . . (J. Kivnoiicit,
Dated this I8tb day, ut Oot. lbtta. at
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