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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1892)
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Voters, glaaeo over this Hit of re
aabliean candidates before -yoa vote
aael consider if you ean afford to toto
General Harrison rpso from ob
searitf to honorable fame. Ai a law
yer,, ho led the bar; an a soldier he,
won laurel upon hotly contcited fields.
As a Btateiman his acts during the'
last four yean lire in the Blinds of
every oae of you.
Voterav-tf you wore the blue, Har
risoa's the man. for you, beoauso the
blue ayaboliiea his wiso, foraighted;
aettve patriotism. He believes in
AiMriea for Americans.
If we owe anything to ihe good in
fltteace of the pross tho nation will
delight to honor its greatest rcprc
Mitative Whitelaw Reld.suoeessor to
Horace Greelv, as an editor, and our
aMttsieeeeeful Minister to France, of
approved political sagacity ho will be
The people of this congressional
diltriet are profoundly interested in
choosing this fall a congressman
who will bo ia the real sense of the
word our representative. W. E. An
drews is another of those brainy, hon
est, successful men that have raade
ih arc making the history of the
graa4 old perty. He wont have to
Can hie speeches in congress printed
to hi kit people know he is there.
He will command attention from the
Irst The eloquenee that has already
dewed Wiadv William's inflated
amor of complacency will give hiin a
hearing it congress at once. You
catl vote for your own interest with
out voting for W. B. Andrews, the
Little Glaat.of the Big Fifth.
When President Harrison wanted a
basinets "ana for an important treas
ury post he took Nebraska's pride,
Lorenie Orounse, now Nebraska wants
him for ker governor, and for the
same reason, lie has served hor well
as judge and legislator and ho will
serve her well as governor.
Tkero is in every community some
man who is preeminently a man or
tko people, and usually that kind of a
man is a republloan. We have him
this year for lieutenant governor. He
helped make Nebraska one of tho
aatoa, helped preserve tho union, and
is net ashamed to wear the G. A. R.
button. His nemo ia T. J. Majors, a
brave pioneer and soldier, and a loyal
Aa e traveling salesman John 0.
Allen was a great success and the
qualities that mado him a businoss
man have enabled him to oonduot the
atate's business in a business like way.
For two years ho has boon sooretary
of state, and his merit will bo recog
nised by eleotion for another term.
JSugene Dloore lias to recom
mend him for the auditor's office, a
broad acquaintance with tho stato,
years of publio servico well rendered,
Vit confidence of all who know him
and ihe c 6 teem that is usually given
to bright, Active, upright mon.
J 8. Bartloy for treasurer is one
banker in the stato that never brought
replevin tinder chattel mortgage, and
was never sued for usury. That
means that he is above rcproaoh, and
has steed up for Nebraska, and atood
by her people in tho trying times of
the peat. Virtue of this kind is sup
posed to belong exclusively to the
Independents, but Bartley is a stal
wart republican and while he is stand
ing" up for Nebraska, the voters will
stand bp him.
.The affaire of the offico of publio
lands and buildings have beon romark
ably well conducted for the last two
years, why not lot A. R. Humphrey
try it again, He is another of those
roproMutative men who are from tho
people. Clever, industrious, and
obliging, he wins the confidence of
Tien there is A. K. Goudy a soien
tile teacher with years cf oiporienoo
in Nebraska and fully acquainted with
the state's eduoatlonal ncodt. Ho
has been also superintendent of publio
instruction, should bo and will got tlio
votes of all who aro really interested
in, advancing the cause of education.
Probably . no objeotion could bo
made to the service of G. H, Hustings
as 'attorney general. He was a suo
oeesful lawyer before he was eleotod
and kai continued to be Buooeiaful for,
the state. Every state offioer has
found him a wise counselor and an
obliging, courteous gentleman.
Fee years ' republican senato has
steed between the people and a dent
eeratie congress and Nebraska has al
ways faraiahed two republican Bona
ters. r.It is for the voters of this state
te ley next Tuesday whether this will
eeatiamc or a demoerat elected to
0a, at John MoOallum's duties as
representative will bo a voto for a
United States senator. McGslluin
believes ia republicanism and will
vote for a republican. As a legislator
McCcJlum will'aeepBipJish mora actual
reform in ihe interests of Webster
eeantythaa hi predecessor could
.evea .iMgiae., l)'is not MeCallum's
way to howl akent what he is going to
do, bat dspead apea it that the same
like aefld cases, wear tike solid esses, cad
are solid eaan for all practical parpeeea yet
calf eoct about half ee much ae an eat.
atuUct sell4 geM ease. Warraated te
wear for ae years) many ia coanaat use
fortuity Teara.'-Better than ever skcetney
are now fitted, at no extra coat, with the great
bow (ring) which tmmet it fulled or ftritkd
cjr me wee urn
etanMC wttb this trace mark
All others bare the old-atfle mil
which ia only held to the cue by friction,
and can be twitted off with ihe fingers.
Sold only through watch dealers. Aakte
see ptapilrt, or scad for one to the makers.
KeystoneWatch Case Co.,
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business sense that has made him a
successful fanner, will enable him to
do what is best for his constituents.
W. H. Austin as senator for this
distriot is aTruo bluo republican. He
is an enorgetio workor, with a knowl
edge of our people gained by long res-
idenoe in the distriot, and can be
trusted to do whatever ho considers
to be to the advantage of his consti
tuents. His farmer frionds in Frank
lin doolaro they will civs him a hand
some majority. Let Webstor county
Wm. Brown will surely vote for
republican sonator. Ho is a rosident
of Adams county, has been a life-long
republican. Ho is a suooe ssful farmer
devoted to his business. He oan be
trusted to voto for the best interests
ot his distriot if he is chosen to be
Like an individual oooasianally the
county requires the services of a law
yer, and to the end that on" may
always be obtainable, the oilice of
connty attorney was oroated. We
make this explanation beoauso th
events of tho last two years don't
show it. The county didn't retain an
attornoy, and didn't have one when
neoded exoept by drawing a warrant
for $100 extra pay. Webster county
people all know lladnolpb MoNitt, and
thoy know that if no is ohoacn
county attornoy, ho will perform the
duties of tho offico promptly and ably
without assistance that is not needed
and without dictation. Ho is an at
tornoy of proved abii ty, nn upright,
bright young man.
Voto for Andrews.
Vote for MoCallum.
Voto for Austin.
Vots for MoNitt,
Vote for tho entire tiokot.
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Republicans will be remiss in their
duties if thoy do not cot out to the
Eolls early and sco that thoir neigh
ors do the samo.
Noxt Tuesday will tell tho story
and as Buro as the day dawns Mo
Kcighan will bo snowed undct by an
avalanoh of votes.
The people who dosire to soe the
downfall of free trade, will oast thoir
votos next Tuesday for W, K. An
drews and agaist VV. A. MoKeighau.
Thcro ought not to bo an American
found voting for free trade, whioh
moans a prostitution of American
markets, and the downfall of Ameri
Tho roports that cortian parties aro
trading off republican candidates for
independents is unqualifiedly false.
Republicans are voting and workin
for republicanism. Voto straight an
do not trado, as trading is a sohetno of
the opposition to defeat republicans.
Every man should get out to tbo polls
and success is certain.
Beoauso MoKoighan fails to ex
plain certain things whioh he has ssid
and dono in public lifo when put to
him by Mr. Andrews, Mao's friends
shout personalities and abuse. If a
man don't want to bo oornercd let bin
kefta.i.n "do middle ob do road."
Bluo Hill Louder.
Dlotl .In tlio otv
A familiar headline isn't
? Its oretty
risky to noulout a cold or cough. On.
minuto oough cure 1b ploasant safe and
sure, Fur ante nt Cotting'a.
1 will offer for salo nt ray farm
One wile North of Iiiuvalc, Neb.
on East half of Soo. 27-2-12, ou
TliuntdH)-, Nov. 1, 1821,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
About TO fiend of Herat stud
Hbout ! Head or Mixed
loucancct boracs and cattle at
your own price as they will bo sold
without rueervo. In the list of horses
are work loams, driving teams, scddle
ltoros, ionics. &o
THHMS: Tho stock will bo sold
on oho j car's timo with 10 por cent
interest on note nnd approved securi
ty. Ten por cent off for cash in hand.
LUNCH AT NOON.
S. E. I'nENTIHS,
Coi 0 J., Winfrey, Auotioncor.
This b1o has boon postponed until
Thursday, November 10, Remember
RIGHT NOW !
We want to show you what values we are giving in
For the price.
well as Dress
No one can show you such a line in this county.
AT A. CUT PFUCE.
In one instance at a reduction of FIVE DOLLARS PER COAT. We shall close them
out at same CUT PRICE.
In fine dress suits we are strictly in it !
N We show a large stock and
SyLRhh - PRICES.
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.
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.
Jas. Charlton and his cousin by the
name of Mahaffy of Red Cloud,
played a uico little game in the city
Wednesday, for whioh they wero ar
rested and Jas. Charlton is now in
the county jail at Nelson. Young
Charlton forged a chook on Asher
Boal for five dollarsjgave it to his cous
in Mahaffy who was to oash it and get
half of the "divy" He took it over
to tho meat Bbop of Millor & Collins,
and Mr. Millor cashed it. This work
ed so well that thoy tried anothor of
tho same size on tho samo gentleman.
Taking it to tho Racket store, ho
made somo small purohtse, passed
the forged check over and received
the difference in oash. During this
time Mr. Miller took the check ho
had cashed to the bank but they
knowing Mr. Beat's writing refused to
oash it. Tho boys hearing of this
went to tho Racket store, raid the
oash and got the oheok baok. Thoy
did not try to buy the oheok they
sold Mr. Miller and it is needless to
say Mr. Miller is still out his five dol
lars. Asher Bcal filed suit against them
for arrest. Marshall Quaokcnbusb
yesterday took Jas. Charlton to the
county jail where he will visit for the
present guest of the county. Ho is a
boy of about 18. Tho Mahaffy boy
was a little fellow and we understand
his mother will tako care of him.
The boat shoe for$2.bU ever offered.
For sale only at Wiener's.
Abraham Linooln'a physician, tho emi
nent Dr. Holland, who attended,
him in hie hut momenta, when
the brave man'a life was fast ebbing
away, stated that it waa not the direct
re-lt of fatal ahotot "Booth" but the
reduced physical condition of the presi
dent due to the enormous strain upon
bis nerr oue aystemi that if he had taken
the necessary precautions to have kept
his blood, liver and kidneys in n sound
and healthy condition, recovery would
have been certain, and that the remedy
he always recommended was Uepatioure,
the Great English blood aad liver tonic,
aaitia absolutely certain to,ouro all
these troubles. For sale by Deyo. tf
Children Cry foi
snaaaaaaaaa ' v v .BaaaasnV
eaWuaWr " Bnaaaaaaaaaaaaasr
We want to show
The Nan at the Wheel.
Themanat the wheelhasa grave re
sponsibility; so has he who takes his Ufa
in hia own hands and when aerofolooa
mailariODB or otharwiaa anffarlna? with
' any blood disease to which human flash is
heir, ignores the adrloe of hia deareat
f Hands and refuses to take Hepatioare aa
a medicine that yearly onrea thouaanda of
hia fellow sufferers. Bold by L. H Deyo
When Baby was sick, we gro her Castoria,
When she was a Child, she cried for Oaatoria.
When she became Hiss, she clung to Oaatoria,
When she had Children, she gare then Castoria.
See Osoar Patmor before buying
flour. He has made a big reduction.
Thoro is no better paint in the
market than tho Lincoln mixed paint,
sold by Cotting.
You will fail in your duty if you do
not see W. W. Wright before you buy a
heating or cooking etove. He haa the
finest line in the valley.
Dropped Dead at a aaa.aat
Many a man who has attained famo
and riches here, has been thus suddenly
called to the hereafter. The doctors sail
he died of heart failure. If hia blood
had been pore his heart would have been
beating yet. Take Hepatioare whether
you banquet yourself at home apoa a
dinner of herbs or are banquette abroad
by kinga and potentates. Everybody
neids floputicure. It keeps the liver
and kidneys pure and healthy; it ghea
the haart'a healthy actios; restores the
nervous system. Bold by Deyo. tf
Catarrh in tho head is a constitution
al disease, and requires a constitutional
remedy like Hood's 8arsaparilla, to effect
A few good farm loans, six per cent
interest. No second mortgage. D. B
- s a
Children Cry for
Notice te 'teachers.
Notice is hereby given that I-will
examino all persons who naay desire
to offer themselves as candidates for
teachers ofthe publio schools of this
couuty, at Red Cloud on tho third
Saturday of eaoh month.
Special examinations will he held
on the Friday proceeding the 3d Hat
urday of each month. '
The standing required for 2d and
3d grado certificates is tho same no
grade below 70 per oent, average 80
per eent; for first grado certificate
no grade below 80 per oent, average
90 per oent. in all branches required
D. M. Hunter , County Supt.
Children Cry for
you our Overcoats in Cheap as
We bought, while
Webster Co. Abstract Office -y
I, H. BAILEY. Abstracter and Proprietor.
Accurate Abstracts Promptly Furnished for any Lands In Webster
county, a complete and Accurate set or Abstract books
aad a tl0 bond Med Tllh county Judge Insures satis
faction. For Abstracts, Cheap Farm Loans or some
good Bargains in Real Estate, call on
J. H. BAILEY.
MED CliOUD, - NEBRASKA.
H. A. SHINKLE,
Hew and Second Hand Goods.
New and Second Hand Goods a Specialty,
2d door north of Moon block
Murray's Fair Store!
Has moved, into the Moon block, 2 doors
south of old stand. Having
Increased my stock in all departments,
will be glad to see my numerous customers.
If , TO LOAN TO
No money required to recolve an education at this college. The only conditions of ikIuiIksIdp
are a rood morul diameter mid an ambition to secure an education. ThU ciIIi'hb Iris sut aside
5,098 to DO loanca uuring mn ureneiu year w
va nnt the rruriv fund. All the lime needed
Ituoeut call lKO u lull couniu ui uniuumiun wimuui uuui'nr iuutkiu wiui.
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t flat aaicvr.To pay am you
In life without an education when ou two
aa wa aaaiBi&.aH rmMm a mr ai mr ar r aim !
She aKeadance aud OJty uratluutes last
we Maca inn piecir
Mm h&vA mail thu rlr
i Klectrlo Hliort-lUlid which ran
yoar JudKBMnt which school Iu the west ranks
you Rave reaa tue circulars 01 an oiner scuoom,
in market, a large line
yuunp ivoue who wish id uuemi inir wnooi, mil
will be utven In which to nuv thu loan: nnJu
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stiiton ri'i'im'iited In
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all opportunity I'ke thh. Ten
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