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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, OCT. 18. 1895.
DRY GOODS PlJiL
JL JL- V-J W jr. jr. o. JRoka and JMWffhter
"KEhi' out of the past; it is haunted." j
Tlint in tho renson Judge Heall'a frionds
ro tllcnt ns to his official record and
I rely on Ijib personal "nicenees."
Let tho people put their shoulders to
the wheel and try to do business during
tho relet) of Clevoliintl. That is the
bent they enn do until tho republican
party cornea into power in '9G and tho
wheels of industry rovolvo again, lias
ten thu day.
AVo lire offering Bomo exceptional viilues in
CLOAKS, JACKETS CAPES.
We invito you to come and see them.
We have them in black
and blue beaver, brown
beaver and boucle cloths.
Prices $3.50, 4, 4.50. 5,
5.50, 6, 6.50, 7,50, 8,50
He Can't Live
Bald ray friends and neighbor,. I had Br
ppla IS years; physician, and chant of
cllmat, did not help me. Hut Hood's Bartapa-
rill did me more good 9 m An
than all the doctoring, 1 Ufd
I can now eat, deep and TAh,.
and work. My daughter " tWWWWW
also had dlitrtta and rhsunuUtm. Hood', Bar
laparllla made her stout, well and healthy. B.
F. O. Roki, Falnrlew, Kansas.
Hood' Pills re purely vtgatable, andd,
not purge, pain or grip. Bold by all druggist.
We can show you an elegant
line of the newest styles in
Plush Capes, nicely trimmed
with fur. Prices $ 5, 6.50, 7.50,
8.50 and 10.
imtS II VI H w
nx ' V ;
and Long Jackets
in navy blue and black
beaver cloth, elegantly
made and trimmed.
Prices $5, 6.50,7,50,8,
8.50, 9, 10, 10.50 and
ForJudrroof tho Supreme Court,
T. L. NORVAL, Seward.
For Regents of the Stato University,
C. II. MOUUILL, Lincoln.
11. L. QOULD, Keith County.
For Judse-lOth District,
JAMES MoNENY. Red Cloud.
For County Treasurer.
J. 8. WHITE.
For County Clerk,
L. II. FORT.
For Clerk District Court.
J. W. RUNCHEY.
D. M. HUNTER.
For County Judge,
W. E. TIIORNE.
DR. L. II. BECK.
For Supervisor District One.
E. PETERS, Guide Rock.
For Supervisor District Two,
J. R. CROZIER, Stillwater.
For Supervisor District Four.
C. C. COX, Pleasant Hill.
For Supervisor District Five,
W. B. ROBY. Rod Cloud.
For Supervisor District Six,
T. W. BAILEY, Bladen.
For Supervisor District Seven,
GEO. P. GATHER, Otto.
JOS. W. WARREX.
For Justices of tho Peace,
J. PORTER. JR., 1st Ward.
C. S. BENNETT, 2nd Ward.
GEO. W. SAUNDERS.
J. O. WARNER.
in the newest styles and
cloth made, nice covert cloth
and beaver jackets, special
price $5, other grades at
5.50. 6, 6.50 and 7.
Special values at $1.50,
1.75, 2, 2.50,3,3.50,4
New styles and nicely made.
Special values at
$1.50, 1,75, 2, 2.50,
Voto foi McNehy nil tho timo.
Voto for White all tho time.
Vote for Fort nil tho timo.
Voto for Burden all tho timo.
Vot, for Runchey all the time.
Voto for Hunter all tho time.
Voto for West all tho timo.
Voto for Beck all tho timo.
Vote for Thorno nil tbo time.
Voto for Rnbv nil the timo.
Wm:RE could you Hud hotter and moro
deserving mon than aro to bo found on
tho republican ticket? Certainly not
on tho tickota of our opponents. Then
voio tho republican tigket, remembering
that White, Burden, Fort, Runchey,
Hunter, Wf-st.Beck and Thorno can't bo
beat when it comes to nbility, affability,
Integrity and gentlemanly troatment to
all who come in contact with them.
A JonoE has more opportunity to
Rather to himself tho fruits that oome
of the efforts of others than almost any
other public officer. In making his de
cisions he has the aid of won skilled in
law, so that un ordinary capacity to un
derstand, torother with diligence and
caution, wuld, in this district which
has a strong bar, build a reputation for
judicial capacity wholly unobtainable
by tho snmo mind alono. So tho unity
of the bur may frequently raliovo the
judge from trying aituations. And this
is an important fact in this olootion. It
has been tho attitude of tho bar far
moro than th, tamper of the judge
which has procured for mortgagors in
thia county the long stays for which
Judge llaall takes credit. It is a fact
that tho statute only allows salo to be
stayed nine months. No judge who is
not corrupt can allow moro of a stay.
That would bo a violation of bis oath.
Wa have investigated the matter locally
and find that Judgo Beall has not vio
lated his oath, but that, in every case of
foroolosure whore more than nino
months stay was granted, it was done
by agreement of tho attornoye for tho re
spective parties. Only ono lawyer in
this oounty over mado an argument
against legal means of giving a mort
gagor time whon he deserved it because
or mtsroriuno enner general or indi
vidualand that lawyer haa ceased to
bo h resident of tills county. On the
other band, the only timo that a feas
ible way of preventing ferfeiture by
foreclosure sale was presented to Judgo
Beall by a local lawyer: tho judge
failod to grasp tno situation and con
temptuously ovor-rulod tho lawyer and
confirmed tho foreclosure salo. The law
is developed by struggle, and it takes
mon to carry on that struggle Tho
conditions which have prevailed in Ne
braska havo called for an application of
legal principles to legal controversies,
which the presont judge has absolutely
failed In giving, Tho shallow pretext of
continuance is an expensive nuisance
bocause in every case tho coetH to tho
litigant and te the county aro moro than
equal tho accruing intorcst. What is
wanton is n juugo who Knows enough to
apply Ugal principles to new conditions,
besluoR being able to contrel the old.
Such men thoro nre plenty at the bar of
this district, and tho peor of uny of
them is James MoNony.
Tub voters of Webster county should
not forget that tho present oloction is
just as important in a manner aa the
presidential election in '0G will bo. If
tho republicans win this yoar, they will
go into tho battlo uoxt year with ro
nowod vigor. That means that tho
country will return to renewed prosper
ity, euch hb has always followed tho
election of republicans to the manage
ment of tho government. The republi
can party has always been tho party of
progress, and upon it must tho Ameri
can laborer build his hopos if ho wishes
piosperity to return to tno country.
Protection moans labor, and plenty of
labor means moro money.
Liver and Kidney
Are manifested by BACKACHE, RHEU
MATISM, LOSS OF APPETITE, FOUL
TONGUE, BAD BREATH, WEAKNESS,
LOSS OF ENERGY and CHRONIC
CATARRH OF THE THROAT. '
Dr. J. H. McLEAN'S
LIVER AND KIDNEY
Is the remedy you need, of equal sorvlce in all mild or chronic LIVER,
KIDNEY and FEMALE TROUBLES.
For sale everywhere at 1.00 per bottle.
THE DM. J. H. MCLEAN MEDICINE CO., ST. LOUIS, MO.
sjmmmmmm m mm mmrnimnrng ,
Tub only tneu who fear thoy will suf
fer from tho election of James McNony
to be judge of this district aro the shy
locks whoso success in court depends
upon tho favor or bllndnops of tho judge.
They know that McNony will dischargo
his duties without fear or favor, and
with tho light of knowlcdgo in his mind.
They aro the mon who sing tho song of
terror to poor mortgagors upon tho elec
tion of McNony; they, the very men
whoso usurious clulms hnve hung liko
millstones around the necks of poor un
fortunates all over this country. It was
tho speech of a lawyer and not the ru 1
ing of a judge which mado and marked
an epoch in the history of illegal chattel
mortgages in thia country, and that law
yer was Jamea McNony.
Evidently some people are trying to
ridicule the people of this district.
Alarmed by the growing demand for
ubility on the bench. Judge Beall1
friends are trying to -put tne blame fer
ten reversed cases, out at fourteent ried,
upon the juries of this district. Some
excuses are worse than none, and this is
one of them. Every man who hen
served on a jury knows better. Io
knowa that the frequent exceptions law
yere take upon the record mean prob
able error on the part of the judge be
fore the case is given to the jury tit all.
Tho only way that the jury can bo to
blame is by rendering a verdict clearly
contrary to the evidnace. And every
man who reads the papers knows that
tho supreme court Is scrupulous in its
observance ot the rule that verdicts will
not be sot aside unless they are so clear
ly against the weight of evidence as to
indicato fraud, passion, or accident. But
the rocord will speak for itself. Of four
cases whinh were affirmed, throe were
taken up to roverso the verdict et the
jury, and the jury verdict was sustained.
In only ono of tho fourteen cases was
the verdict ot the jury tho Cauda for
reversal The people ot this district
are not fools nod will uot bo caught by
Jamks McNeny camo to thia country
eighteen yoara ago without a dollar, and
began his career by teaching a country
school and living the life of an early
aettler. From that day to this, hia "joys,
his tears, his hopes, his fears" have been
all with the people of this country,
among whom he grew to fame ne a law
yor. Judge Beall has boen here perhaps
ten years, during whioh time no client
ugo baa developed his faculties or ab
sorbed his sympathies. His only title to
remembrance is failuro as n judge. 'Tie
true, 'tis pity, and pity 'tie 'tis true.
But the taxpayers ot this district, and
the citizena whose lives unit properly
aro at the disposition of a judge, must
bo just before being sympathetic.
Their duty is now to udvanco over dead
failure to success, and elect a judge to
presido in this district.
'VVaato no tears
Upon tho blotted record ef lost years
But turn the leaf, and einllo, O smile,
Tho fair white pages that remain for
That ia the judicial record: turn the
leaf for a new judge,'
Having had an exceptional good trade on Winter Garments,
we find we have a number of them in which we only
have one size of a kind. In order to Bell them oat
quick, we are going to mark them at special
bargain prices. Gome and see them if we
have your size. You can buy a nice
new garment very cheap.
6, A. Ducker & Co.
Frankia L. Lauback aged 14 years,
died at the tesidenco ot A O. Willis, in
thia oity yesterday, at which placo the
funeral services wore held today. Ho
waa the adopted sen ot Mrs. Willis'
fiarente, and several mentba ago was in
ured in a base-ball game, the result et
which was aaabceee which, after months
ot cruel suffering, resulted in hia death.
Christian Jeaeen. father of oureetoem-
ed friend John Jeaeen, of thia city, who
baa been aiok tor a year or more, paseed
quietly away on last evening, at the
reeidence of his eon, aged sixty-aeven
years, eight month, three days. The fu
neral will take place Sunday afternoon
at 2 p. m. from his son's residence, in
the northeast part ot the city.
Congressman Amlrowo will fatk on the
political ifliups of tho day at Cowles, ou
tho mat ot October.
To go without a tqoth brush.
You can't afford to let your
teeth go now and lose them
"A Stitch in Time ;
Preserve your teeth by keeping
them dean and possibly save a
dozen. Our line of tooth
brushes is well assorted and
extensive. A fair quality at 10c
up to the finest French an
Japanese imported at 25c to
40c. Next time you need one
better try us.
Deyo & Geice,
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Tne Webster county agricultural soci
ety ia surely under obligationa to Alfred
Hadell, resident member of tne turn or
O. A. Ducker & Co., for the handsome
manner in which ho fixed up the inter
ior of the floral hall, and tho tine display
he had on exhibition. The ball never
looded nicer. The interior was elegantly
decorated with red, white and bluo and
ether appropriate colore such as would
attraot the attontion ot the visitors.
Large numbers ot tho people Hooked to
the iloial hall this year and remained
tbero a great doal ot the time aa it was
a good place to whilo away tho hours.
Mr. Hadell la entitled to a great deal of
credit for the time and money spout in
decorating tho hall and for furnishing a
Only 18 more days and election will be
Don't forget W. B. Roby and the city
ticket. All good men.
Tiia voters of Wobster county should
not forget to cast their votes for republi
can supervisors. This is an importaafr
affair and should becomo firmly impress- '
ed upon tho minds of tho vqters. It ia
Some crank haB figured out that iu
three and one-half years the New Jeru
salem ia to bo located at Council Bluffs,
Iowa. Tho Lord help ua all if that town
has beon selected as a havon ot rest.
" KIDNEJCLIVER'jss WJW?1
Headache, foul breata, sour stoaaek, heart
burn, pain In cheat, drapepata, ooaetiBattea.
Distress after eaUnt . pain and bloatta the
Kosoach, ahortnvei of breath, pain la the heart.
Loss of Appetite
A splendid feeling- to-day and a depreawd oae
to-morrow, nothing accms to taste good, tired,
'sleeplMiaod all.unatruwr, weakness, debility.
waaaifKootUulliUup qutokly a rundowa
conitltutlcm ami runWc tho weak tromr.
At Irit;3;!Ht.i SO eonia ami $1.H fclzo,
cji Ml.!' Oiui Ui Jttl.rt ' frfo-CuiwJtUkiB K'ii,
Dbp Kiuikh ti Co., Dikoiumxon, K. Y.
The Webster county fair was moro of
a buccobb than tho most sanguine could
havo expected under the short time that
was had to arrange for it, after tho do-
cision waa made to hold a fair. The
managers doservo great credit for their
efforts and the exhibitors a multitudo
ot congratulations for the excellent ex
hibits made. We havo scarcely cvor
soon aa fine a display of corn, potatoes
beets, pumpkins, onions, dec, aa was
shown this year. Then, too, the gate
receipts were splendid considering the
bard times, nearly 1700 were taken in at
the gata wblle receipts rrom otner
sources swelled the exchequer consider
able more than waa anticipated. The
whole thing only goes to show what may
be expected with liberal advertising and
Tax Halu Notice.
To Whom It may Concern i
Twice notice that on January 21th. 1KM,
Tbo Western Iinil Cnmnntiv iiiirpTinanil ut nrl
,vate ihx ale, oi tin treasurer ot Webster
ctiunty, Nehniska. the fnllowlnir described
I unci s altimtnd In Wrbiter uounty, Nebraska.
the j ear 4-
T. J, Ward ia making a good afzed
canvass for county judge on the demo
cratic tick. Jeff is not ot our political
faith and does not stand a great show
but democrats pin their faith on Jefl'a
oundidaoy. He would make a good
fur tho delinquent tuxes llicii-im for
The Mi or section 11. In townships, range
U; tHxed on .Nunary 2uh, 1834, in tho name ot
llie 804 of section 14, In township a, range 10,
taxed ou .Unuary vith, 1834, in the name of
The ne4 of Ihx swi of section 20, In township
1, raiiRe li, taxed January 24tli, 1894, Iu the
name f l hos. r, and A lleo K. Kennedy.
The se4 ot the n4 or section 20, In townshl?
l.rauKS 12. taxed on January 24th, 1804,1a the
name of Ihot. 1. and Alice H. Kennadr,
That the time for the mUinptlon ef eaM
JlK,iU,.lEJ'" M,l.,le? U1 expire on January
SSili. IMS. at which time the underalgned will
apply to the county treasurer of sate Webster
county, for a deed to said land unlets redeMs
tlon ia made according to law.
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