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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, SEPT. 13, 1895.
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It llrf far r.sdlr," in Uittr. by rftsrs
IsIL Hoii r-tiinioiaii nam rmytr.
For Judgo-lOth District,
JAMES MoNENy, Red Cloud.
Por County Treneuror,
J. 8. WHITE.
For County Clerk,
L. II. FORT.
For Clork District Court,
J. W. RUNCHEy.
D. M. HUNTER.
For County Judgo,
W. E. THORNE.
DR. L. II. BECK.
is opposed to fusion. If this polioj
should hecoino guncral wo would have
the sutisfnotion of knowing, tnat no
popul st would ever hold ffie any
where, beonusu they nouldn't do bo
without douiooMiio totes. Adatus
The following is n complrtu list is
whera thu duxd presidents of our
country Ho buried: Coorc Wash
inclnn U hurled at Mt. Vernon, Vir
ginia; John Admus nt Quinccy, Miib
saohttsottp; Thoinns Jefferson nt Mud-
ticello, Virg.ni.i; Jatuci Madison nt
Montpeliur, Virginia; Jatnrs Monroe
nt Richmond, Virginia; John Quinccy
Adams nt Qulnncy, Massachusetts;
Andrew Jackson nt Nashville, Ton
ncoser; Martin Vnn Burtn nt Kinder
heok, New York; Willintu Usury Har
rison nt North Bend, Ohio; Johu
Tyler nt Richmond, Virginia; James
K. l'olk at Nashville, Tennessee;
ZnchHry Taylor at Louiavillo, Ken
tucky; Millard Fillmsro nt Buffalo,
New York; Franklin Pierco nt Con
cord, New Hampshire; James Buthan
an near Lancaster, Pennsylvania; Ab
raham Linoolu at Springfield, Illinois;
Andrew Jackson nt Greenville, Ten
nessee; Ulysses S. Grnnt at Riverside
Park, Now York; Huthford B. Hnycs
nt Columhvs, Ohio; James A. Gar
field nt Cleveland, Ohio; Choitcr A.
Arthur at Albaay, N. Y. Ladies'
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Tho judicial district convention is
n thing of the past and tho Hastings
Republican speaks ns follows of its
work and of tho candidate: "Tho ju
dioinl convention is over and tho can
didate has 'been named. Our next
duty is to elect our candidato. To
do this only requires that tho republi
cans of the district vote and work for
the nominee of tho convention. Tho
strugglo for tho nomination was a
long and hard one, There is a satis
faction in knowing that there is no
causo for bitterness ol icclintr. Every
delegation in the convention stayed by
its favorite eandidutu with a loyalty
that was commendable. They stayed
as long as there was hupn and even
after hope was gone. Thu repulicans
of tho district should bo as loyal to
tho iioniinod of the convention as the
delegates they sent were loyal to
their favorites. No republican can
aflord to feel or act indifferently.
James McNeny is a man and a lawyer
for Qwliom no apology needs to be
made. IIo is a good lawyer and will
muLe a good judge. Ho is the peer
of any attorney in tho distriot and
possesses all the necessary qualifica
tions of a good judec. If ho is elect
ed his clcotion will bo n republican
victory. Should ho bo defeated it
will bo a republican calamity. Let
ub commence now to 70rk for James
McNeny and continue to work until
the close of the polls in November.
Guide Rook Signal..
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Pair Highest Award.
What uBe is there in eating when food
does you no goodin fnot, when it does
voa moro harm than Rood, for suoh is
the oaso if it in not digested. If yon
have n loathing for food there is no nio
of forcing It down, for it will not bo
digested. Yon must restor tho digestive
organs to their nntarnl strength and
cause the food to bo digested when nn np
petite will come nnd with it n relish for
food. The tired, lnngnid feeling will
give plaoe to vigor nnd energy, then you
will put flesh on your bones nnd become,
strong. The Shaker Digestive Cordial
ns made by tbw Mount Lebanon Blinkers
contains food already digested nnd is n
digester of food ns well. Its nation
prompt and its effects permanent.
Doctors prescribe LAXOL because
has all tho virtues of Castor Oil and
in II U
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If we road the dispatahcB corroctly
Mi. McKoighan mado a speech at tho
populist state convention. It was a
sort of a eulogy on cvory populist
effico holder in tho state, and it laid
down tho law as to tho polioy to bo
pursued in that convention. Mr.
MoKoighan opposed fusion, This
man who has boon on his kneos to tho
democrats of the fifth congressional
district two times, begging, yen,
pleading for fusion on himself, now
opposes fusion, that others may not
bo elected. This man who lias stood
gorging himself at tho publio arib for
four years bocnusc tho democrats of
this district were twice urged to fuse
on him, now prcnohcR "middle of tho
road" politics. There is consistency
for you. If this were only all. But
following tho lead of Mr. Mokcighan
the populist stato convention nomi
nates for supremo judge, a man who
always has been and is now a republi
can, and tho mon who nominated him
know it, Middlo of tho road politics?
do tho populists call it middlo of tho
road politics to go clear outside of
their party to find a candidato in Ui
republican party V This may bo Mr.
McKeipliiin's idei of middlo of the
roud politics. The Democrat i.s
pleased to note tlut Mr, MeKoighau
The following appears in the State
Journal from the speech of Hon. John
M. Thurston mnda at Hastings last
Thursday whilo talking on the subject
of pensions: ''There is n growing
sentiment that the old soldier has
bad enough. He has enough of
of trouble, of Wattle, ot woundp,
enough of tho present administration"
and after a prolonged applause ho
added "and of the pension bureau, '
and had ho voiced tho sentiment oi
tho old soldiors about Fuiriicld, he
would havo added; of tho ' local birds"
who are uttcmpliug to run their noses
into this pension matter, and trying
to secure tho numbers of all pensions
of tho war-scarred veterans, God
bless tho old veterans; they made this
country what it is; lot us repay evory
one of them thoir just dueB.
Sehool in distriot number ninety
known as the Johnson district com
menced Inst Monday with C. K, Ker
sey us tcaohcr.
Mr. Mvons of Ga) lord will tcaoh In
distriot 78 known ai Mt. Hopo district
School commenced last Monday.
The ice cream supper at Mt. Hopo
wns well attended. The prococils
Mrs. J. T. Stones received the ssd
hows that her brother, Willinu Mor
head, was dead.
ell Stonos ntl ended tho ball play
nt Inavale lnpt S.itutdiiy. SlD.
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With local application, ns they eannot
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Sovcral Amboy poople attended the
oonventien at Cowles Friday and Sat
urday. Hnrvy Cox left Tuesday to attend
school at Orleans.
Walter Cox went to MoCook Mon
day whero ho will spend somotimo.
Will McKinnie and wifo were visit
ing at V. Bool's Sunday.
Mrs. J. W. Saladon and Susie Ra
ker wero visiting over the river Inst
Clarence Cox spent Sunday in Hed
hi aggio Carpenter was visiting at
this place last wook.
Mrs. Young lias gone cast on a
Alf Saladen and Susie Baker wcro
visiting tioar Guide Rock Sunday.
The endeavor is rapidly increasing
and is very interesting. Everybody
is invited to come.
Anthony Grcon and G. C. Mano
were calling nt G. W. Baker's Tues
ammmmmm m mm mmmmmmtA
or a Woodshed
I I Kdn itted atfthej 1
Why Was It
that Ayor'e Sarsaparllli, out of tho great
number of similar picp.ir.itlous manufac
tured throughout thu world, as thu only
mudfclno of tho kind admitted at the
World' l'nlr, (JIiIcakp? And why wns It
th.it, In splto of tho united ollorti of the
manufacturers ot other preparations, thu
dcclslon of tho World's Fair Directors wns
AecorilliKr in Hurt- ir. A Xnln. O:
mih uru in any vrav aaniruroua or a
offensive, nlso patent modlclnos, o?
nootrums, and omplrical prepara- 2i
tlons, whoso IngredlontB aro con- o:
ooalod, will not bo admitted to tho ol
Exposition," mill, therefore- pj
lltcnuie Aycr's H.irsnpnrllli Is not n oj
patent medicine, not a unstrum, nnd not
a secret preparation.
Jltcauu Its proprietors liad nolhlns to
conceal when quostloncd as to tho for
mula from which it Is compounded.
Ekuuh It Is all that It Is claimed to bo
a Compound Concentrated llxtract of
Hanaparltln, nnd in every sense, worthy
tliolmlmnement of this most linpoitant
committee, called together for passing
upon tho manufactured products of tho
Admitted for Exhibition
THE WORLD'S FAIR
John O. Manger Editor of thoHunhentn
Selimnn, Mo., who named Urover Cleve
land for tho Presidency in' Nov., 188?,
whilo ho wns Mayor of Buffalo, N. Y., is
inthasiostio in his praise of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Dinrrluua Iloiatdy.
Ho says "I hnvo nsed it for tho past fire
years nnd consider it the boat preparation
of the kind in the market. Ik is an staple
as sugar and coffee in this nesliou. It is
nu article of merit aud should bo nsed in
every household. For sale by Deyo it
Tor Sule or Trudu.
Pour lots nnd a house in ruilroad uddi
tion to Red Cloud, and ono tcgistered
Poland China boar coming tw yeuro
old. Will trado for corn, outs, wheat or
calves. Innuiro of W. R, PAnKF.it, at tho
county clork's ofllco. 35 4t.
Pooplo wishing seed rye can bo sup
plied by calling on O. B. Crone, clork of
When Baby was stclr, we gate ber Castor!,
TVhea she was a Child, she cried for Cutorfcv,
When she became Miss, she clung to CastorU.
When she had Children, she gave them Costorin,
There will be nn A. O. TJ. W. and G.
A. R. basket plcnio in J. L. Qrandatnfl'a
grovo one railo north-west ot Bladon
Wednesday, Sept, 25, to which a cordinl
invitation is otondod to all to come nnd
bring your bnakotfl well filled. We not
only want A. O. U. W. and Q. A. R.
mombora to eomo but ovory body ia in
vitod to eomo uud heur ono of Nobrusku'e
most famous mon Cuptuiu Henry ot
Fairmont and sponil tho duy in a social
By Ordor of Committoo,
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Old people under much from dlsordorn
ot the kidneys or urinary organs, nnd are
nlwaya grntillud at tho wondortul effect
of Dr. il. 11. MoLenu's Liver nnd Kidney
Corrected weekly by Ited Cloud 1'rediico Co.
Wheut 15 tt T'O
Corn now 25
Oatsnow IB & 20
Hogs H 00R3 75
Butcher's stock 2 002 SB
Hiding cuicUonB per lb 0
liny per ton 3 000.1 fiO
Special salo ot 200 palmot men's pants
nt 8.100 for two weeks. Tbeao gooil sold
from $,J,7r to 50.00. -A Oalusna, Maun-
Children Cry for
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Livery and Feed Barn.
Flrst'Claee 1st over: detail. Leta mt rB, bright baled hay
and a varlaly el ajrala. flaw rlge aad twin hareee earn ha aecured
far city ar caaatrjr drives at rcaiouafcle arlceo.
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