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MB RED CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1804.
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IS AS SAFE AND HARMLEQ3 AS
It la sppllod right to tho porta It euros all dlaoaeoo of womon. Any
lady can uso It horsolf. Bold by ALL DRUGGISTS. Mallod to aay
Address on rooolpt of (1.
Dr. J. A. MoGUl fc Co., 3 and 4 Panorama Placo, Chicago, HL
JPor mile by C X Cottiity,
A. H. Gray, the Insurance Man, Red Cloud,
Is now prepared to insure you in that well-known company,
The Home of New York.
Witlt Tor lilm; lie will cnll on you In a Tow days. You can inve
money and get more satisfactory Insurance than from any
other man. He has exclusive control of four counties.
And a cold one too,
But we have a bigger snap for people who
want a Heating Stove.
We have a few heaters left from our Winter
Stock that we are closing out at
a iv oriN m;tti:k.
To the C'onimlNloiicr or Icn
Hon. Win, LochreJ.
Comuadic: The pros of tin conn
try contains the amazing rtatciuctit
tl'at you proposo to "aavo" from $15.-
000,000 to 1 16,000,000 from iho cur
rent ) car's pension appropriation and
return it to tho treasury.
Wo aro reluctant to believo that
this can bo so. Of all men in tho
United States you should bo tho most
deeply impressed with the intenso
need of that money by those to whom
it is lawfully and justly due. Of all,
you should bo tho most urgent to get
ovsry dollar possible, and as quiekly
as possible, into the hands of the men
and women to whom It rightful); be
loags. No man should kaow moro of
tho eTcrwhclming needs of tlieso men
and women; ot the sacred character of
their claims, and of tho wrongful do
lays to wliloh they have been subjtot
cd in obtaining their rights. Your
bureau is crowded with mountanious
piles of cvidenco furnished by theso
pationt, long-suffering applicants for
justice Tons of affidavits from of
leers, comrades, surgeons, physicians
and neighbors are eonstantly added to
the other tons, under which tho stout
floors of the bureau bend and creak.
Statements, reports of examining Sur
5ons, special examiners and others,
imploring letters from desparing, al
most desperate, men and women, anx
ious letters from their friends and
neighbors, crisn. curt net fmm .
w , rl ..vv . wua wwu- " Mr J
ators and representatives flood your t0 tno entire country.
30U and your party associates Iutc
ntvcrlcst an opportunity to strongly
aEscrt your entire sympathy?
It is simply imposHibic lliat ynu do
not know that thern ii. your bureau
tens yrs humdreds cf tliausainls f
claims' which lave boen; carefully,
painfully porfi cted by years of labor
ious ai.d costly eJort on the part of
tho claimants. Kvory mail which
raaches you terms with cvidenco of
tho diro need of these long-waiting
pcoplo for the meager stipond which
they earned more than a quarter of a
century ago by the hardest and m n
dangerous serviee performed. You
cannot help knowing that every onool
these men and women must be near
tho vorgo of tho grave, and that their
condition must bo pitiable in tho ex
treme, and that every dollar paid them
would bring greater blessings than a
hundred times the amount in tho days
when thev wore ount? and strnrm
and ablo to fight the battlo of life
It seems vain fer us to remind you
ef what an infinity of good this vast
sum would do if paid to its rightful
owners. There aro probably u car
load of appealing letters in your
bureau at this moment, telling in plain
homely, but most convincing, Ian
guago of the misories of poverty, des
titution and suffering resulting from
the nonpayment of tho meager but
bitterly-needed pensions. In addition
to the infinite mercy to the myriads
of pensioners, think of the Jncalcul
able benefit such a payment would be
Castorla is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children It contains neither Opium, Slorphino nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantco is thirty years uso by
Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys Worms and allays
fevcrlshncss. Castorla prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castorla relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castorla assimilates the food, regulates theWomach
and' bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cos
toria is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's friend.
offieo by every mail and augment the are suffering from a congestion of
Come in if you want a Heater.
They all go !
We would rather carry over the money than
to carry over the stoves.
We are in it on Barb Wire also !
The best at tho lowest nrioe ou cnrt.li for flip
lext - 30 -
liakur Wirt) a 2.85, Gliddeu $2.75.
Served Exclusively to the
2 1 ,477,2 12 People admitted to
the World's Fair Grounds.
Universally accented aa the
Leading Fine coffee of the World.
For sale only by Sherwood & Albright.
Anyone needing puinting,kulMiiiining
or paper hanging will buvo monoy by
calling on F. P. Hndloy, Red Cloud Neil.
Shop llret door west of Miner"e Btoro.
I have a fow thousand dollars of pri
vutn monoy to loan on llrst class farms
on ilvo years time or loss.
Gko. W. Uaiikeii.
S. H. Clifford, Now CnsBel, Wis., wns
troubled with Nenrnlgin and Ilhenraatism
hU Stomach wrt disordered, his Liver
was affected to an alarming degree, np
rotito fell nwny, and ho was terribly re
dnced in llcsh and strength. Three bot
tle of ricolrlo Olttors cured him.
Kdwnrd Shepherd, Harrisburg, III., had
n running Fore on his leg of tight years'
standing. Usd threo bottles of Eleotrio
Bittern mid seyon boxes of Ducklin'd Ar
nica Solve, nnd his Itg ia eoand and well
John Bpwiker, Cutawabn, O., had live
largo Fever sores on his leg' dootent paid
ha was incurnble. One bottle Eleotrio
umuta nud one box Buoklen'a Arnica
balve cured linn entirely. Bold by O.
Any ioreou living in tho country or in
uuy ot tho neighboring towns who have
orguue that need repiiiring or cloaning
can hao them promptly attended to by
nddieesiug, Wm. V. Tulllvs,
Tved Cloud, Neb.
Arc You in ccd
Want a partner
Want a situation,
nnt n Borvnnt girl,
. n.n XS B?1.1 '""'tor grain,
nnl in iii-iii iinvniQ tnr ...... ii.i
ant toBoll or buy raitlo or horses,
W ant to sell or trado nnytlilng,
ant to soil household goods,
Want to boII nn thing,
not n rent rooms,
Wi nt boarders,
UBoTiir.CniFr'rt Want Column..
Curt Evuns hus every thinirvou want In
thoEcuond-hundfurniturolino. Soehim'1'10 American pnp
.11 :i a i .. ... '
uiuu r roni, soma ouatur utreet.
pigeon-holod wilderness of papers that
gather tho dust of years and take on
tho yellow huo of age, while thoao to
whom they refer pass from weakness
or decrepitude, and from deoropitude
to death, in bitterness of heart at tho
Is it possible, in the face of all this
in tho midst of documentary evi
denco moro voluminous thai would bo
to provo the titlo to every acre of land
in tho United States you propose to
"save" $15,000,000 by with-holding
it from the men and women who are
the rigbtful owners of it?
It is simply inorcdible that you
should do so, It is diametrically op
pescd to tbo hopes inspired when you
were selected for yout place, and the
representations mado on your behalf
by your friends, Then, we wero as
sured with monotonous reiteration that
"no honest veteran need fear," and
that tho appointment of so genuinely
rcprcseatativo a voteran as yourself
was in itself an assuranco of a justly
liberal policy toward tho veterans.
But what possible agreement can
there be botween these assertions and
assurances, and tho return to tho treas
ury of an unexpended balance of $15
000,000 while, according to your own
statement, thcro was on July 7, 1893,
ver 700,000 pending oases in your
bureau? How docs it appear in con
nection with your statement a few
months ago that you had discovered
200,000 cases undor tho old laws
whioh bad been completed under Ocn.
Raum's administration and sidetracked
by him in order to g'.ve precedence to
cases arising under the act of June 27,
What worse otlamitv could the de
serving veteran have to foar than that
with his claim proved up long ago.
perhaps years since, after having lab
oriously hunted up officers and com
rades to tho end of tho country; hav
ing inourred great expenso in furnish
jag proot; having undergone repeated
examinations medical, legal and ex-l
tra legal; after having endured the
miseries f susponss and delay, and
knowing that death is constantly
driving bis dread approaches nearer
tho citadel of his heart; after all this
to have it announced that the menny
which congress lias plaood in the
bauds of tho commissioner of pensions
to pay his claim has been turned back
unexpended into tho treasury.
Could there bo anything more ter
riblo to tho poor, brokoi-down men
and women than this?
Is lot thib a heartless mookery of
the constantly reiterated promise in
tho platforms of every party, and by
their pipers nnd Fpcakora, that just
and liberal pensions should be given
to all deserving veterans?
Howeanitbo reooacilfd with tho
declared policy of all tho parties, with
out exception, with what everyone has
recognized to bo tho tot purpose of
and with whioh
wuuey iu me great commeroial cen
ters and the laok of its general distri
bution, Thcro is to much nonoy in
New Fork, Boston. Philadelnbia.
Chieago and Washington, and not
enough in the hands of tho poople.
You are contributing direotlv to air-
gravato this dangorous condition of
things by intensifying the plethora.
Should you pay these men and women
the $15,000,000 whieh belongs to
them as rightfnlly as tho semi-annual
interest belongs to the bond holders,
you would contribute more powerfully
than any other man in the country
has power to do teward reviving gon
Tho $15,000,000 would be distrib
uted from one end to the other, and
within a fortnight would make its in
fluence folt in erory channel of busi
ness. Mot a dollar of it would be
hoarded. It would go in driblets iust
whero most needed into the hands of
the common people, and bo by them
set into the most active circulation.
Even on their way homo from the pen
sion agencies and postoffices tho re
cipients would stop to pay their little
debts and buy necessaries for thoir
subsistonco and comfort. Every $100
paid in any little neighborhood would,
within the menth, do tho work of
$1,000, or even $10,000, in the pro
motion of business aotivity. The
pensioner would pay out his $100 in
little sums to Jones, tho grocer;
Brown, the dry goods man; Smith,
tho slmemaker; Johnston, tho physi
cian; Black, the druggist; White, tho
butcher, and so on. and .Tnno SmiV.
ct at, would immediately pay it to ono
anomor, ana to others with whom
thev have accounts, and ao it would on
on indefinitely until the village mer-
onant garnered up currenoy and put
it in bank to meet the drafts of tho
eastern merchants from whom he
bought his goods.
To pay out this $15;000,000 now
would be equivalent to nxnnnrlinr.
the currency in the most effooti vo way
iromiou,uuu.uuuu to fzUU,UUU.O0O.
Now, Comrade Loohren, wo implore
you to take all this into serious con
sideration. Wo know that if you will
give all the faots tho proper woigh t,
you will reconsider your determina
tion to return this monoy to tho
treasury, and will deoide that its prop
er placo is not in tho vaults of the
granito building in Washington, but
in tho pookets of the hundreds of
thousands of votorans wljo years ago
wrecked thoir lives in saving the Na
tion irem wreck, and in makincr a
"Castorla Ii an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told mc of Its
food effect upon their children."
On. O. C. Osoood,
" Castorla Is tho best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hopo tho day Is not
far distant when mothers will consider tho real
Interest of their children, and uso Castorla In
stead of the varlousquack nostrums which aro
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby Beetling
them to premature graves.1 '
Do. J. F. Eincoeloc,
" Castorla Is so well adapted 'h children thai
I recommend it as superior to a-V prescription
known to me."
II. A. AncktR, M. D
HI So. Oxford St BrJpklyn, N. T.
" Our physicians In the Chilian's depart
ment have spoken highly of itetr experi
ence in their outside practice with Castorla,
and although we only have tfcong our
medical supplies what la known as regular
products, yet wo are froe to confwithat tho
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon It."
Uxrrts Hospital and Disniuar,
Aujcn O. Sarm, Prt.,
A ran nf Pnrk' 'IV n nt nli.l.l n.n. iu
ii Iiowi-Ib iii IIih niornim' without pain or
discomfort. Bold by O. L, Cutting,
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Children Cry for
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