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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1893)
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AM, PRINTED AT HOME
Kcpublliiiii State Ticket.
For Supromo Judge,
T. C. O HARRISON,
For Rcgcntsof tlio Statu UuiverBity,
II. D. ESTAUROOK,
0. D. WESTON,
C. W. KALEV,
ItviHibllcnn County ticket.
J. S. WHITE.
D. M. HUNTER.
For County Judgo
D. F. TRUMKEY.
W. E. THORNE.
Republican City Ticket.
A. II. KALEV.
JOS. W. WARREN.
For Justices of the Peace,
T. W. MENDENIIAL.
John B. Staneer will fill the offico
of county coroner with honor.
Vote for tho best accountant in this
county for county clerk. Ho is L. H.
Vote for T. O. C. Harrison for ho is
tho ablest candidate that is running for
Remembor W E Thome, our candidato
for county surveyor is ono well quali
fied for the oflico, and should by all
means bo elected.
The hand of the populist was eminent
ly visiblo in tho selection of Dick Our
ber as an indopondont candidate for
sheriff by petition.
The Shermrn low is at last repealed
by both houses. What noxt is as un
certain as tho wind, oxoopt that congress
will bo in BCFsion for some timo yet.
J. S. Whito the candidato for treasurer
on tho republican ticket, is making an
oxcellont canvass, and will no doubt bo
rewarded with tho number of voteB re
quired to eloct.
D F Trunkey has already filled tho
the oillco of county judgo with marked
credit . Ho will fill it again just as cred
itably if elected, and tho voters should
boo to it that he is elected.
John Runchey is tho republican can
didato for sheriff, und a better selection
could not have been made in tho csunty.
Ho 1b a staunch and reliable republican
and has peculiar qualifications for that
ofilce. Vote for him.
D. M. Hunter is attending to tho many
duties devolving upon him in tho office
of county stpcrintondent. Rut ho will
expect every voter who desires that oillco
wall administrated, to go to the polls and
givohim their most hoarty support.
Noxt Tuesday is election day. When
you look at your tickot, you will find T.
O, C. Harrison for supremo judgo. The
oflico is importuat; you want tho best
timber. He has shown more credentials
than any other candidate, und his abili
ty is far superior to his opponents. Vote
Romembor, without regard to party,
it is but courtesy and justico to veto for
our own Chas. Kaley for Regent of tho
State University. As tho Hon. W. E.
Andrews said in his speech the other
night, ''Mr. Kaley bus always stood up
for you and Webstor county, now stand
up for him." Give him every vote in tho
So mo ono says voters do your duty.
Now what is your duty? Ib it) our duty
to support with your voto some aBlulo
monstrosity of humanity, who pictures
in tho caliginoua future soes somo inn
nificicut Bulary, and whoso only aim is
te attain that oflico regardless of his
j ability to discharge .its duties? Vo-
ijuiiiuuu iiu xiiuiu i iuu iiiuu un
principled hegs of that character ull
ready imposing their disagreeable il
literacy and inability in public olliccsat
the oxpensoof tho people now. Sizo up
your candidates. Chooso tho ones that
are intelcctually qualified with honor in
proportion, to fill the oflico to which
thoy aspire with candor and equity.
No honest nan, with sound judgment
as well, can uousciontiously voto for un-
othor who Ib unqualified, and whoco
boIo aim is to capture tho salary attach
ed to tho oflico to which ho is an aspirant
No honest and intelligent man will sup
port such timber, and thoreby sustain
and perpetuate tho most damnable irapo-
V el t ions over pornortratod on the masses;
that of ignorant candidate!,
AN ELOQUENT ADDRESS BY
The Pol lulled and Earned lion.
V. E. Andrew at the court
OfflAg te ionic difficulty in secur
ing a house, it wis not ascertained
positively until Tuesday afternoon,
whether the distinguished Mr, An
drews would speak hero Tuesday night
or not. Bills were struck that after
noon h)wovcr, announcing his inten
tion to spook at tho court-houso that
night, ind aacordingly tho house was
died to satiety. To assert that Mr-
Andrews is cloqacnt, is not cxtoll
inent in an adequato measure. His
speech hero, though with no cxtraer.
dinary preparation or ofTort on his
part, was a most masterly production,
clear, concise, stastinal, and delivered
with such peculiar oratorical force,
that every ono present wcro profuso
in their prai60 of tho thorough, prac
tical address to which thoy had lis
tened. Tho speaker was introduced
by attorney Jrmes Gilhani, with verj
appropriate remarks, after which Mr.
Andrews, immediately began his
speech on the important political is
sues of tho day. Wo regret that wo
cannot publish at least a part of his
pecoh vcr batim, but following aro a
few brief notes, iadicating tho line of
thought followed by tho speaker
Tho first question that presents its
self is, what is it to bo a republican?
To be a rcpubliean is to bo govorncd
by the republican fcrm of government,
and to bo an heir to tho political faith
of Hamilton, Blaine, and other pro
minent benefactors of tho party.
Wo do not hesitate to traco the rcpub
lioan party to its origin or refer to
its administration at any time. They
have given all equal rights, have
made no distinction between colors,
and have accomplished millions in tho
porpctuation of tho government.
What was the financial Ccoadition of
the country in 1861 when tho repub
lican party assumed control of tho fin
ancial affairs of the government?
they found a depicted treasury, and
the national credit at a discount.
Tha standing army was in bad shape,
and tho national affairs were not in a
very rcasuring condition by any
means. Tho straightening out of
national affairs was not a frivolous
task. Tho condition of affai rs de
manded tho wisest thought of the wis
est men. Tho national debt had
reached tho enormous sum of six bill
ion eight hundred million dollars.
Tho party eventually reclaimed the
country. Tho republican pirty were
not to blamo for tho indebtedness
of tho counry.IIcre tho speaker
gavo somo practical illustrations with
different coins of ore whioh he obtain
ed when viniting in tho west last fall
When Jrfforson became president,
ho began the fixing of a money stan
dard. Hamilton was secretary of the
treasury, and thoy selected tho stan
dard dollar. This country had little
commcro'al relation with England
at that time For information since
that timo tako the record of commerce.
Wo havo nearly as much silver in
circulation according to money, as
gold.(afroo silver coinage illustration.)
You take a load of wheat to the mill
or and havo it ground, and after the
grinding is done ho loads it bask in
your wagon, making full as muih in
weight and measure, as you had boforo
tho grinding. You ask him his prico
for the grinding and ho charges you
nothing; ho thon has tho wagon box
eularged so as to hold half again as
much, which ho fills, and aqain you
ask him his prico and ho tells vou
nothing; you then inquire tho reason
and ho tells you that tho coiupnnr
employing him instructs him to do
business that way, ond ho did it as a
cheerful duty. Then you ask him
who is at tho head of this company,
and ho tolls jou it is controlled by
Uncle Sam. You mount your wagon
and start homo singing, when your
neighbor hearing your cheerful song,
asks tho reason of his happiness,
you explain tho circumstances, and
at once he wonts somo of tho flour.
You toll him thut you havo nooo to
sparo excopt for cash, and tell him
to have his own wheat ground, and ho
replies T haven't got any to grind.
I want to add to the gold, all the
silver that will remain at a parity with
it, Wo belicvo in protection to
By and by wo shall havo as firm a
monotary system as the foundation of
To the republican parly, wo can
look for better legislation than any
other. The speaker condemned tho
action of Senator Stewart of Nevada,
for his action til tfitfft'Mpand his re
metatico to stand boldly andvack-
novlcdge,that he, mado a wtalakq.
Ho charged rich and cqry1 republi
can to stand by the party, Jo toIo' for
Harrison and Kalcy and elect ft" 'full
county ticket. , v ,.. l
We submit ftlio, aboTO dcsultdry
gleanings, hoping that nf tho maiy
people who wero prevented, Irom 'lueir'
ine; his sreooh c.nforni sonic fairit idea
of tho address frptn nn obe, ar)d logi
cal mtn. ' , 'i , '
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LOCAL NEWW. " , '
Seo Dr. Cullimore'fidntp, ln'lc'd Cloud.
Sownrd Garber was in Omaha this week.
M. L. Klngnlnnd is on n prdfcpeelliijf,
tour In tho went. Ik
Voto for Cltns. L. Winfrey for consto'
bio, nominated by petition.
L. M, Vanco and family have moved in
to tho L. II. RuBt property.
D. Bost of CowIcb, is hero n fow tlaj b,
tnkingmedicnl trcatmontof I)r McKoeby.
Mlis KntleLoar living south of Rlvor
ton, wan visiting friends her last Monday
Alvn Hollars, of the Nation, waBupto
Mlndon and around the country thitt
Mis Jennie Wilson a pleasant ami ao
eoinpllshoJ teacher of Rlvortou, wbh shop
ping in this city Monday.
Mr. A. C. Hosmcr, wife and daughter
Ethel havo roturnod from n visit to tho
oast and to the world'a fair.
Flour! Yes you can buy flour at tho
Produce Exchange, ono door west of tho
post oillco from COc. to 81.10 per Back.
The republican meeting at CowIob Wed
nesday was an enthnsastlo one, and Judge
Wiloox mado nn excellent spoeoh on the
issues of tho day.
Dr. Cullimoro of Omaha, oyo und car
Surgeon will mootpaticntB in Red Cloud,
at tho oillco of Dr. McKeoby Tucsduy
Grand full and winter oponing of
cloaks and jackets nt. R. M. Martin
and son, Tuesday nnd Wednesday Novem
ber 7th and 8th. J.F. McGoe, of Chi
cago. Tench your children how to save. Just
think, ono penny a week for a year will
bay a largo bottlo of Holler's Sure Cure
Congh Symp and euro coughs for tho
whole family. For solo by Doyo & Grier.
Tho Produce Exchnngo keeps tho reg
ular brands of the mill whoro tho flour
is mado. Wo havo none mado expressly
for us out of somo inferior grado and
sacked in a flashy sack with a high Bound
J. A. Doum returned from Chicago
Wednesday night, whero he and wifo have
been attending tho fair. Owing to tho
sickness of his littlo boy who is with rela
tives iii Lincoln. Mrs. Boom will remoiu
n few dovs in that ploco.
R. M. Martin nnd son nro groat adver
tisers, nnd as nconsequonce great deulorB.
Wo invito your attention to thoirudver
tisment this week, in which you will
find many offorB of bargains. It will
pay you to seo thorn at once.
Tho wisest course in politics is to voto
for tho best man, ond youennnet bo mis
taken. So, in the use ,if bloed-puriflerr,
you can't be mistaken if yeu tako Ayer's
Sarsaparillo, because all parties agree that
it is tho best tho Superior Medioino.
Try it this mouth.
Tho Reliof committoo of tho churches
of Red Cloud, will meet nt nt tho oflico
op tho County Supt. of Public Instruc-
ton, at tho court houso on Monday nfter.
noon. NovomborGth, 189.J, ut ono o'clock
Every momber should bo present.
D. M. HuNTKit, Pres. Rosk Emioh, Sec.
Hallow e'en ovo has possod away, and
wo nro not colled to chronicle any
serious uamngo dono bv m schov our
nocturnal marauders in our city on that
night. Many sinnll houses were ovor
turned, gates unhung, buggies moved
out of town, wugone turned over, signs
pulled down etc., but no ono hurt. It
is a consoling thought that Hulowo'on
only comes onco a year.
Tho littlo duughtor of Mr Geo Scott
died TuoBday utter n short of illness.
Littlo Ueuhla wus but throe year old
and wus u lovablo child. Hho was taken
sick but u fow days ago, and in spllo
of the best medical skill, her constitution
was besot by a complication of diseases
resulting in her death. Tho iuterrment
took plaeo at tho Soott burying ground
Thursday, und occasioned n large At
tendance, In their hour of berenvoment
The txcellont family has tho sympathy
Of tho cntiro community.
Wo boliovo that every citizen of this
county irrespective of party should voto
for DM Hunter for county superinten
dent, Ho filled tho oflico for nearly
threo years, giving generul satisfaction,
has dono school work in tho county for
neaily ton ye irs, is a residont ollUcn of
tho county nnd as such huu un intorcBt
in tho iidvuncemont of tho educat.'o inl
interests of tho county. Ho knows
every teacher, overy school and is
known personally nnd by reputation to
nil tho peoblo. Sinco tho schools opened
this fall, ho has v'jitod thirty two of them,
has hold six educational meetings, und
has dono tho tdorieal work of his oillco
besides. Ho will certainly be reelected
a rr.w mom:.
, . C'"At?
L Liiuim now of Chicnga, is in this city
again. ( ' ' ' 1''i"" "
Jtcnry Ku-hlor of ))uq Hill' isjn t lis
elty thia woek.l ' - . ' 1 1 ,
A. C.Httlo and wifo of 'Inavaldcre
In" tho city Thursday-.' ,l
Ho)d & Ovoring huva bcca,tl.ing
their marble work'BofllcO. t , l
'Aug Zerwlch tht) pops'., c'hndiduto' for
sheriff, wan in town tin week.
Go to Wrights for boIiooI-Iioubc lifnt
ing stoVee. 'llent'ln Red Cloud.
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Judo Sapp is ) making a vigorouu cam
paign fortlio otllcb of conBtiiblonudvfill
be-elected. ' ' ' '
, 2jow method (o learu Geriuau.r Take
Malt'crfs l(lt'o ftpruiou. 1$' .'VeplP b"
rf'Mr.J Jmn'os Halo called ht 'onr-U'en
Thdfs(lnyvriiul ordoWd Tdn'Crfikr e ut
to hls'brbthor In 'MoV foVVyoar.' "'
1j Mr.Cnbill, pwprjutqtof. tiio Htreet
car lino is hnvinghincarq luiodlyipitint -d,
which groullybpantlluTs thole 'appc tr
ance. '"'' ' ' " 'i ' I
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L. A. Haakings is cjjjyi'd wiihrhdu-
matisin, but managed to hobble toJ i!h
oillco, nnd renew liis Biibsbriiltlon' w th
the lianl collateral. ' " ' "
Tho ropublicaiut go boforo tho popnlo
with thiH issuu of TjirC3iiii:i'., jlht-
lurmg prospeciB ior mo election lOtfUie
ontirostato nnd county tickot. h,a
Rannoy MoNItt and A.M. Walters of
Blue Hill mndo sptechcB to an enthHiU
astic crowd of republicans at tho Wago
ner school houso, in Garfield towimhip
Tho following aro the now subscribers
siuco our last iasuo: John Clark, J.
Shrelller, TippMnnn, James Halo, T. B.
Halo, MiBB Dora Hendorson, J. 1 Tar wood
We learn Just uh wo go to press that
Mr. and Mrs. Blnkcman living botweon
Rlvorton and Frnnkhn wero driving
near tho railroad track when tho train
wns coming oust Friday, and tho horses
took fright and rnn away, throwing thorn
out and hurting thorn sovorely.
D. M. Hunter, our popular candidate
for county superintendent, requires no
rccommiudntion from othor counties.
His attainments as u scholar, nnd his effi
cient services in tho oillco to which he
will soon bo elected the second term,
havo mado n favorable impression on tho
pcoplo of onr county, nnd .they will see
thnt ho is not defeated.
The "Si Perkins'1 thootrlcal tronp held
tho boards nt the opera houso lost Tuesday
night to n largo nndleuce. Mr Bur
ton would be cJoBsod among tho best of
his profession as n comedian, but had
Vory poor support. Thoy introduced
but ono speciality during tho evening,
that being nn oxcollent cornet solo
The soeniry was first cIobr, nnd tho
orohostrn was euo of tho bost con tho
Eye niul Knr.
Dr. Cullimoro consultant oculiBt to
Mo. Pnc. railroad nt Omaha, will bo at
tho office of Dr. McKoeby in Rod Cloud,
November i!lst, Tuesday for consultation
and troutmont of diseases of the oyo nnd
ear, and scientific llting of spectacles.
A lino young stallion, iron grey, high
grade, about 1U0O pounds, gontlo and
will work in tonm, Cash or good noto.
Seo, Geo W ilAUKiui on H E Pond.
Mr. W. M. Terry, who hai boon in tho
drag business nt Klkton, Ky, for the past
twelve yeorc, says: "Chamlierlniu's Cough
Remedy gives better satisfaction than any
othor cough medioino I hovo evr sold."
Tlioro is goed reason for this. No other
will euro a cold so quickly; ao otlur is se
certain n preventive nnd cure for tronp;
no other nITordBso much relUf in cns of
whooping cough. For salo by Dcp &
A. It. It.
Amboy, Red Cloud nnd Rivertor,
mnko ub good flour nn is mado in tin
state. Why buy foreign mado Hour
when you can get just as good a mnko at
home, and thereby mnkonbottor market
for tho fannors wheat. Vou will find all
brands, made at tho abovo mills at Mu
Nltt's Produce exchange.
For Farm Loans
Haller's Barb Wiro Liniment for nil cats
on cattle nnd horses; it is tho best on oarth.
For salo by Doyo J: Grlco.
I will furnrish first clnbs board at my
houso ono block north of tho Holland
hout'o, for S.'MiO per week.
Mill). FltA.NK DlOKKlthO.V,
Mr. Moore, the postmaster nt Drod
show, Vn., nfter roadlng an ndvertlsment
of Chamberlaln'rt Colio, Cholera nnd
Dlarrluua Kuraidy, conoluded to try a
Hmoll bottle of it. Ho snys: "I ned it in
two oases for colio nnd three for diarrlai-n
with perfect satisfaction. 1 have baud
led and nsed a great deal of potent med
iclue but never t'rkd nny that gavo ns
good rosult3 as thid." For sale by Deyo A
Remomber that L. 1'. Albright Hells
more flour than any olher ntoro in Web
stor county. If you wimt Hour too him
ior no ltoi'iH mo beul.
Children Cry for
i ?' flflMi
I n SM-KPfu IF tth V?
7 aV?aVJiL P-j F
jujtjnuii-Kiiiiii:ii n y.i ji
1 an i';i I n i. JI
and, atilinjiali we lia.l mpdlcal pttcmlancq, he
Tho Pain Was Terrible
The trmibtowojCuuoieJIXhlon hli lP(ji,ani
wo wcro afraid they would havo to ho ampul
tatatl.fl'A!iR'mililnttHnl(rriri(l Utory ndwl'ii
wo Lfid ii''"' liuiiilreilVol (UljiM which hail
,rV.Vi'! PS&lVi huUf.UJ.fr said. 'WrJifi try i?
k r ,n iUii y , I ,1 iiii, J " "1
HAAfl -a. Sawn- "mam'
' - l"M ,1.1 ll ' i.".!!
SuHaimllla JtiosorM all fllsniniftuoa", and lit
"ii tiiiin iiMiitiiiia
Nearly ull trains pn tho HastimrB nnd
Cannon Mjw ijave VSSSV.'WHk
wider tljijo, tjmik, bcin.frpiiY ono-
nan to iircnmtrnTnro-otfcryTlayTntf yor
want to go to Hastings, Red Cloud, Ed
gar or Holdrvge,nlfy'i have to doifl'to
sit down und wultyanitwnlt.fjoirtf have
to.-Hluo Hill Leador.f Ii I. J J J
J. W. Norris and wifo apeqt a, day or
two nt Red Cloud, tfclf lydekj tltcj llfie
m county uiorit itnnnoy nnd fumlly.
Illuo Hill Lender.
W. H. Roby of nod Cloud.1 Oas in 'tlfd
city ycBtorduy. Dundy Con;ty Pioneer
D. J. Myor, domociatio candidate.for
county clerk of Webster couniy'wus in
town to day.- Campbell Press.
J. II. Smith of Rod Cloud, agent for
tho Homo Insurance Company of Uity
York wna u caller thiH morning. air.
Smith Is mooting with good success1 ;m
this purl of tho couutry. He Insures on
tho iiiBtulIment plan, and only tnkca
farm risks.-Frnnkhn County Guard.
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tho hair may bo restored to its originn!
color bytheuso of that potent remedy
Hall's Vegotnblo Sicilian Hair Renewer.
lU'puhllcuu Valley AMutlatl
Tho Rfpublican Valley Association
of Congregational churohes held its an
nual meeting at this placo, commenc
ing Tuesday, Ootobor 31st. Twenty
churches were represented by thirty
nino delegates and ministers. The
more important discussions and ad
dresses wero on themes as follows:
Sermon, Tho lncotnparnblo Christ,
Row II. S. MaoAjoal of Cambridge.
Responsibility of Churches lor the
Intellectual Awakening of the l'oung,
Prof. A. B. Fairehild of Doane Col
lege. Woik of tho Sunday-school, Rev. J.
D. Stewart of Aurora.
The Field, tbo Force, the Work,
llcv. II. Brossof Lincoln.
Roview, "Tho Larger Christ," llcv.
Francis Lawson of Itivcrtou.
Rural Evangel zation was discussed
by Rev's G. K. Ta3 lor, A. K, Itickcr,
K. L. Ely, H, I). Piatt, J. II. Bcitel,
W. P. lasc, Mr. It. M. Coohranc and
Tho Sabbath, Its obligation and
proper obscrvaneo, wbb discussed with
math spirit by Rev. 11. S. MaoAycal,
llcv. A., K. lliukcr und otlieis.
Tho oinan&' mooting on Thursday
morning wis a marked feature of the
gathering. At this session addresses
wero mauo bj jih, A. C. Hart of
Franklin and Mrs. S. C. Biokcrion of
At the closing session, resolution!
wcro pnsied, cxpressir-g tho apprecia
tion of tho aKHooiatioii and of tlo
cordial Imsriitality of the pcoplo )f
For tho euro of hendaoho. constipatiai,
Bloiniicli and liver troubles, mid nil ii
rangiimoutBot tho dlgestlyu nnd nsslmlli
tivo organs, Ayer's l'JIls are invaluabh.
Doing sugar-coated, thoy aro pleasant o
tako, nlwnvH roliablo, mid retain thoir vf
tuo in liny ollinnfo.
. Tho kllllngof Mnjor Harrison in Cll
cugo, was one of the most dastardly derm
that ever blackened tho pnges of Amul
can history. No punishment could bo o
Buvero for the nrr.uit domoii.
Remembor tho i aturo of your nutioul
vote does not govorn otir iiclion in tlo
:t)l!,rT,i,;l"',Mll,m '" l!
ition. Vole for tho inon uJo
;d. TheHo men aro to lo
found on tho republican ticket
MtAio.i, rw m ayui.ard, yiuclainl y, 1
Mood'e" Pills l-o rfompt anu cfficieiiti je
iFurii'uuv nrpii -' btmu
t i-acjm juwn'muinnnmnMa
NAftiiow" KtCAPft-Orr laat Thursday,
TliomnH McCarlnoy a woll known and
south of tho river in Smith county, Knn-
T.'H"' IO lnwn ono about .1 p. in.
JEfrjriyionio. His tonm was rather frac
tious, nnd when tiearing tho railroad
,tnicka,to(k, (right atMo iuadngar,and
t. ,-yHfrfg out i
; been for golfing fififgleTrin
tnnce under fhu horsop widen wore fright
MiWitfeelMK JfcHtfllcaWrt looson-
ed,'.lid(p-r(ioad.)jjnciMcimfB in the
itwae found ono
WcttlrH & lMolid?JUlhK tlW'Kf Should-
or)OMd wiW) blberwnTWMt Mnjured
toWiftt Uiethmvkhud: fVo dje received
rVjjir8V,ujpJl trAUnund at last
That's wll(iiHj(9a!Ef' colled out to
Ifir; tinreoparillor it aQ nlco. . or,utte by
UVJUIVUIIWC Ull .III. ,1 IIUIl, X
WiMTOrt-biiiKi'. I seo tho republicans
of your couhty huvo placed in thu field en
t cnlulida,tb for' troiieiiroi, ati' old lowa
b9yjB WWfpimm W ooty.VliW by
namo,but.whlto.by .nature, eitrno, flght
ing republican from "nway 'b6k.!.k Mr
Wliltb waa'foV Iwelvb velnfpM!'.olMn
i-ii'. ( "i J (, ii J in.V 'i,i Kl.in
est' Industrious public spirited republi
cnri;he is ahinn thnt will lot no vegetation
Rtftfv under Jilnfeetlawhatovcrho under-
nun iu iiiunu mu luuiii ii Tiguruus BUD-
pctpfuljUeamiror. HIb old frlonds aro
glad to'lionr of h'laVomlnalfon u'ntl wilf bo
bottorjiiloasod to know of his election.
i ' B. F.Ct.AYTON.
Macedonia, Iowo, 10-KI, 1803. r -
.Wo lilt llio Mall on the Head.
WJien we udded toour jejodt tie fall
suits for tiio'tulf'and slim, the short nud
etqii,, ;um1 ,1hqJlolxtrq , Inrgo.rrCkus.
Wiepor. - ,
latcowB ,, '..... 1
. , : . v
To mnpy.Judies.le how to- keep .their
hair in curl on rninydaysi 3The,lition
is easy. 'Ask Deyo-&rGrtee idr' Nonpar
eil Hair curlor and tho pozzlo will be
nn i -i
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Dojou know thut Wlenoi selling
his calf and kip boots at less turn manu
facturer's cost prico y Well, he is, and
nly him n fow pair left. Get u pair bo-
fore they nro all gone Wioner, the
A High UTor. ,
Usually has n bid liver. He is bilieuj
constlpnted, has iudlgestien and dytpep
siu. If (here is no orgnalo treuble'a few
doses of Parka' Sure Cure will tone him
up. l'nrlcn' Sure Cure in the only liyer
and kidney cure wo sell on a pesitive
gunranlce, Price fl.500. SoldbyC. L.
Mrs. J. A. Framo has porohosed the
city bakery nnd rcutuurant and solicita
your putronago. Fresh broad, pies and
cakes overy day, '
A. II. C.
Aothmo, Bronchitis and Consumption
result from n nogleoted co.igh or cold.
uoiri negicoi uui, ouro proniiuiy wim
fow dosos of Meggs' Cherry
Hold by Ueyo cc unco.
Over Post Office
When in Rlvorton Lo sum and stop .
' t io BunkH houso. W.tlO per day. liv
e -y in connection. By fur tno moat pleaa-
fcl . Ml.
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