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By A. C. Hosmer.
tTTrfT nn in
Special Bargains !
Ill Dry Goods, Underwear,
Carpets, Hosiery, &c., &c.
One lot of Men's Camel Hair
Shirts and Drawers
- at 50c special price.
One lot of
at 35 cents
They are worth 50o
ln other grades at 50
J, j 65, 75c and $1 that
f-4p ' are worth seeing.
One lot of
Ribbed top only 25c
C P. HADLEY,
Painter mid Paper Hanger,
11KD CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
Moon Block, RED CLOUD, NEB.
Collection!) promptly attended to.
r 0. CASE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Moon Block, - RED CLOUD, NEB.
Collection!) promptly attended to, and
I IDA H. SMITH
Notary Public and Collection Agent.
nca jihuu, ravur.
Hub a numbir or houses ou her list (or rent
Makes pension and Notary Tubllo work a
apeclHltr Tand wrl Us rtewls, morlKSKes awl all
legal Instruments In tlio best of stylu.
rv taxes (or non-rosldents. &c.
OMcet-Over tba Pot oatee.
W. TULLEYS, M. D.
Red Cloud, NcbraiKH.
oraco opposite Vlrst National Bank.
fJl) route diseases treated by mall.
A it tllii iiver,
Will attend sales at reasonable figures
JONES. HE PAYS THE l-HLv
5-TOH VVACON OCAI-n. tc
MM' tibw n t.
AcaU Wanted. Feit'llurWhW.
P A R M C n 6 fZ-' '.
Bar anil Wnrchnnw Pnilr. '
JOMMOr JBUiOHAMTON. Binghauit.n
Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty," and One Dollar a year is
Red Cloud, Webster County, Neb., Friday, Nov. 4,
, Worsted only 20c
Per quarter pound skein
In Ladies Gloves
and Mittens at 15,
25 and 35c per pair
500 Yards !
Domet Flannel only
only 5c "per yard.
only 15c per yard,
See our Canton Flan
nel at 10c, it is a
D. B. Spanoge,
and L.oan Agent
lit. Limit or Amounts LoBHOdi
8300.00 to $10,000.00.
Farm loans worth nt leaat double
the amount loaned.
Complete Abstract flora the Unit
ed States down to the borrower.
4th Terms of Loaus
Five (C) to ten (10) years. Exton
Bion at maturity without ooat to
ftth Kate of Intercsti '
Eight (8) per cent, annually, on
April. July. October or Decern
tk Place or Paymcnti
Interest and principal made payn
ble at your home bank, allowing
borrower to take up hia note at
the time of payment.
7th Special Privilege:
Partial payment In any amount at
any time with rebate of interest,
evidenced by written agreement,
providing that such payments
Bhall not exceed in any one year
one-fifth of tho principal.
Call on or Address,
D. M, Myers,
Med dead, Neb.
Over Dejo's Drug Btore.
Only 5c per yard
Only 4c per yd.
36 inch Fall Suitings
Only 25c per yard,
in Ingrain Carpets
At 45c, 50c and 65c
Notice of Lcuio of ttchool Land
Notice It hereby olven that the leases and
contracts on the following described school
lunds havo been canceled by the board of edu
catloual lands and lunds. and If not reinstated
by payment of delinquent Interest or lease
rentnl due, said lands will be offered (or lease
by tbo County Treasurer of Webster county at
10 o'clock a. in. on the ztd day of November)
lxit o In swli no lot 0 In ne! se'i
Int 7 In se!i seli lot 4 In so nwH and sei neU
1-436 2 0.
NW X 1 0.
8U nol-4 andscl-4 10 212.
WJt se 36 1 10.
K4 sel-4 80 1 10.
H se 1-4 and ne 1 4 so 14 i 2 12.
NW sel-4 51 10.
MK 1-4 XI 10
8 i-a aw 1 4 nw 1-4 iw H and o 1-2 nw 1-4 and
nw 1-4 ue 1-1 18 2 IV.
BK 1-4 23 2 10.
W 1-2 SO 1-4 !U 10.
uw 1-4 nw 35 1 P.
It 12 In sw sw 7 1 0,
Dated at Lincoln Nebraska, Oct. 3rd, 1S92.
Com. l'ubllo Lauds auo u ildlngk
Cheapest ever offered In this
Straight S per cent Annual In
tcret with option.
Straight 7 13 per cent Seml
Annual Interest with option.
Loans made 5 1.9 per cent fy
paying cash commission or 1 l.si
percent. J. H. BAILEY,
Ked Cloud. Neh.
OMce under FicM Bank
YOU I ship I STOCK?
U se it will be to your tatersst to ship to the
SIEIEL, WELSH ft OLAWSM
UVK NTOCK OOaOalMIOM CO.,
, iCania City ttook Yard.
live your shipments
their personal atten
tion, keep you posted
by wire or paper;
furnish you money
at reduced rM)f
ItcpubHcan iWatlonal Ticket.
For Congressman Ctb District
XV. K. ANDIIKWH,
For Moutenant (iorcrnor.
T. J. MAJORH.
For Bccretary of Hlnte,
JOI.'N 0. AM.KN.
J. 8. HAUTI.KY.
For Attorney General,
UKOKUK II. HAHTINOH.
For CommlssloBer of Public Uinds and Bides,
A. K. HUMI'illthY.
For Superintendent of Public Instruction,
A. K. UOUDY.
For SUte Senator,
W. T. Ausrw.
For Float Representative,
For Representative 44th district,
For County Attorney,
Br J W MOVT
See It In the Air.
The republican names and candidates
Alien ' '
Harrison and Ruid
And W. E. Androws
And tho whole republican ticket
Cordial support of
Kvory good oitizon.
Thoy stand for
And represent tho party that has
built up tho
What it ic
Voto for tho
Wholo republican tickot
All old soltliors should read the fol
lowing artiolo Irani tho Louisvillo
Courier Journal, a Cleveland organ,
and then como out and voto for tho
It is supplemented by a steadily -in
creasing pension list, looting the
Treasury to tho tuno of one-hundred
aud fifty millions a your, two-thirds of
which go to tho support of coffoo-cool-ers
and camp-followers, aud other red
nosed patriots that loaf about tho
doggeries and brothels of the country,
swearing ono for another, toward an
ultimato surarianiBm as corrupt and
corrupting as over existed in the world
Louisvillo Uourlor-Jouroal. (Uicvo
land organ.) .
Tho Hon. J. Q. Tato hai made
some of tbo best political spoeohes
ever delivered in this county, Where
over ho has spokon, ho has had big
crowds and uttontivo listeners, aud
general enthusiasm. Ho will apeak at
Red Cloud, Saturday sight. Nov. 5th.
Every man, woman, and child should
the Price ,yf .XftSJfiftfcf.
Editor CntKri It my creditors had
not-given me credit I would be better off
today. I felt sort of proud of the (sot
that I could get credit, nnd went into it
lively . I bought many things that could
have beon dispensed with. Crops failed,
but I was still full of hope, and would be
as sound as our present currenoy had I
not been beset by sums of my neighbors
whose heads got turned on tho subject of
the great reform move. I nt unit stood
aloof, nnd pointed to my ruined crops na
the cause of my poverty. Wife nnd I
talked it over, nud resolved to utiok to
business after the old style, but my
neighbors came back again and said how
a certain smart fellow was going to con
gress to pass a bill that would compel the
government to loan us money at two per
oent oa our farms; also, that this bright
follow was going to knock the McKinley
mil into a oookeu nnt; that there were
millions of tons ot silver bullion locked
up in the treasury that he was golsg to
have coined and shipped out to Nebraska
and put In circulation; that he was going
to hnvo groenbaoka printodby tho cord
and sent flying all ovor theso western
states; that he had formulated a bill
already that would give to each man,
woman andohlld fifty dollars aaaually.
Well, I am aahamrd to oonfees the fact,
bnt somehow I fall in with the move.
Then there came aroond some fellows
saying that I must subscribe for ths pa
pers published in the Interest of the new
deal, and I fell in and had to abandon
anoh papers as the Lincoln Joarnal and
the Red Cloud Cihif, and reed instead
the organs they call them of this
reformation, notwithstanding I was at
the time owing Mr. Hosmer for hie paper.
Then I waa told that 1 must oontribute
to the state fund so that the grand work
of saving the oeuntry might go on, and I
again fell into line. Next, I waa told that
I must attend all meetings, conventions
and rallies, whether or not, so I fell into
Use again, though unable to do so finan
cially. Well, crar smart fell 3 w want to
congress sore enough, but instead of get
ting his bills through he sat there like
the "poor boy at the com husking," silent
as a clam, and not eves honored with the
title of "the wild man from, the woolly
west;" in fact, he was not known in the
great shuffle, and so dropped out of the
game like grandfather's clock, "never to
go again." But I must hasten to tell you
something that tiokle's my wife and I
awfully. Mow listen: After I bad been
in the reform business for a year or two,
I got up one morning and begaa to mend
up the harness, scour up the plows, brash
down the horses, and after breakfast,
started forthe field with the determina
tion to be a tool and fool no longer. I
sowed and planted, kept the festive snn
flower down, and had quite a good yield
of grain. I paid off a portion of my in
debtedness the first year, and now with
another fair cop I am wiping out ths
old score, and by the end of another year
God helping me I will be eut of debt,
and all because ot the stand I took that
morning, and the determination to bo a
fool no longer. It makes me ashamed
when I recall those days wherein I was
degenerating into what mr good wife
calls a poor old soreheaded pessimist.
Out enough. If you can forgive me, Mr.
Hosmer, and accept the two all ver dollars
herewith handed you, one in payment of
the old score, and the other for Ths
Chief for the year 1898, and drive oat to
my bouse some Bifnday for dinner, then
I will feel grateful Indeed.
Mr. Editor, something is going to drop
next Tuesday, fours truly,
When you got ready to buy your
children's Bchool suits this fall we
want you to inspect our stock. We j
will convince you easily that wo sell
ho goods at oorreot priees.
CmoAoo Clothing Stork.
Bucklca'a Arnica naive.
The best salve in the world for outs,
bruises, sores, Ulcers. Bait rheum, fever
sores, tatter, chapped bands, chilblains,
corns, and all skua eruptions, and jposl
tlvjly cores piles, br so pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Pf1ee26 cents pnr
box, For sale byCottlng, tf ,.
Farm loans at six per cent option
to pity after two years. D. B. Span
Have tried almost everyknown reme
dy for Itching pUee without raeeess anal
ly bought a box of DeWltt's Witch laz
el Salve, sad it has cured me.
Vol. 20. No. 15
Nehraskn Union Veterans etc
CoMitAt.R: We do not send this as sen
timent, but cold facts, that we may all
aet wisely and well.
"I do not feel like snpporting any Aan
who has treated the old soldiers the way
Mr. Cleveland has treated them. Ily his
insults ho sent Gon, MeClellan with a 111
broken heart to the grave. I feel as the
old Bohlior doe1. I tell you, sir, the o'd
soldier will not vote for Cleveland, lit
cannot carry New Yprk.
Oun. Danube. gicKtjji."
The nbovo quotation is taken from the
remarks of tho one-legged hem of Get
tysburg, General Daniel E. Dickies. And
again this brave General, at the reanloa
of his old Third Corps hi Wawailf t
last month, said: "Voa are goiigkoaae
now, nnd there is something I want you
to take homo with you. Powder it; teaali
It to your children; tell it to your neigh
bors. It is the truth, thnt the people ef
the United States will see that no man ie
over elected to an ofllce of trust and ptoit
in this country who opposes the peymeat
of pensions to the soldiers of the union."
(1EN. IIABRIHOM A "oOMXAOr." HTItX.
In his letter of aoceptanon is the) fol
lowing, which will be appreciated by the
anion veterans and all loyal dtlseaa:
"The aaioa soldiers end sailors are now
veterans of time as well as of war. The
parallels ot age have epproeobed eloee
to the eitadal of life, and the end br eeeh
ot a brave and honowbejftrufgle net
remote, increasing lanmuiy anu years
give the minor tones ef eadesee sad
pathos to the mighty appeal vf eervlee
and Buffering. The ear thai dees net
listen with sympathy aad the heart that
does not respond with geneteeilp ate the
ear end heart of an alien and net ef ea
American . Now, soon again the snrvtv
log veterans are to parade apootlsegaeet
avenue of the National Capital, aad every
tribute of honor and love should Mead
ths march. A comrade in the eohuaa ef
the victors' parade in 1800, 1 am bo lees
a comrade now."
In republican Nebraska, the demoeaete
ars anxious to have Weaver aaeoeed in
taking the state from Harrison, thereby
making it possible to threw the eetoeiioa
of president In to the awsaoeratie house
of representatives and insure Cleveland's
eleotion. Senator John MaersMo, of
Ohio, says "the democratic petty ie as
bold in thsir atteranee as in 1801, end the
loyal north should be as prompt to meet
them as in 1861." Our last and urgent
warning, comrade, is, remesaW, It yen
do not vote for Harrison, it is an UidaweV
vote for Cleveland. Dont step yourself
in the face, comrade.
Nebraska Union Vbtsran Rbpumjoan
The ladles of Red Cloud met Novem
ber 1st at the residence ef Mrs. Wiener
aad organised a1 society asxlllary to the
state board of the Columbian exposition
The following oBoore were elected:
Mrs. N. Barker, Pres.;' Mrs. Biles Garner,
Vioe-Fres ; Mrs. E. Ii. Knight, gee; Miss
P. D. Yeiser, Trees.
It is desired that these societies should
ascertain what women are doing- la nil
the industries in this country; theeetete
aupecjatendents wereappointed toseswre
sueh ihformat'on and report to' the so
Bnp't of art, designing authors- and
professions, Mrs. MoKeeby,
Bup't ot educational work, Mrs. ISva
Buplt of stores, shops, ofllees and do
mestic service, Miss Mollis Ferris.
The women of Nebraska'1 have under
taken the work off uratsbiag the recep
tion room of the Nebraska building at
the world's fair,' each county In the state
making one eraaore articles for the room
neatly medeefoorn and its atwartenan.
ces. ThtaaeotetyB. decided lio'inslse
smai k tewe -eneoratea wiui com . mt.
T--nTBC.1T I i iplli 1 the Web
ster couarsMkeir; abd marked in that
way. They.-fiasTS the ov-opernlioa of
nil ladieefeiwsjwaty in order to do
The sextf anslg' of 'this society will
be at the refadjsv&Vllas V. D. Veiesr,
Saturday, tbaMljBanSjp. ., nt whiee,
time Yioe-pceeewswihi twrpithe townships
in the county Wilt baffoanUd.
Now, ladles of ;yabpisr; bounty, come
eut nnd join this aawiarr'aad help to
furntsnnrooamM naef.au ne prendor
and have apirsenal- interest in. It will
be a nlaee for as to rest during the fair,
where we can feel ethsnse. Mae, , ,
You will ind' ( no thiVjr better for! ;
ehannsd. hands during corn hueklna ' im
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time man uaotus vjh, set oajy?
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