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Nagging is a diaeaso, says an emi-
nent physicians in the last North
Amenoan Review. "It in often." says
"thn result of n diseased
condition nr of strain on tho strength
It is tho nnrvou men and women
who mnsr, rtiadilv fall into that unfor
tunate cIrks, and anything that does
away with norvnm weaknoss will cure
nagging habit that so often aocompa-
niea a rundown nervous ooBdition.
Persons whnjoad an aotive life need
something m invigorate tbnir noma
and to glvn them fresh, ruddy hlond.
It is tho rebclious nerves overtaxed
by domestic duties added to the con
stant living in the vitiated atmos
phere of in-door thatreduoes tho ner
vous strength of so many women.
Prof. Edward K Phelps, M. D., LL.
D presented to his profession the re
sults of accurate investigation in tho
medical labratorv. His formula for
reorufting WOrn-OUt nerVOUS tiSRUeB
and building up tho nerve-centres
when exhausted, tho remarkable for-
mula nOW known tho World OVOr as
bbV iff aav . . i
I linn Hi II a ft g. o. p.
simply nun ihbhre paine's
E CELERY WOUND. i&
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i A Paine's oelory compound, has become
CURKO BY THK
Dr. ft. Owen's ElectrfG ftppllariGes.
Mr. Henry Wondt, of
Peru. LaBollo Co., 111.,
under date of July 87,
HI bod Klieum.
Msaa all over my sys
tem. A f ow applications
of Dr.Owcns KJcctrlo
Appliances gavo relief'
and after six weeks' uso
of them I was eatlroly
Our large Illustrated catolojruo contains
and prices of Appllanoes and much valuablo information for tbo ollllctod.
aee. enclosing six cents in stamps for postago. ,
Wo havo boon Ixjforo tbo publlo many years, and our Electrlo Appllani
a recognised standard of morlt, curing thousands of cases of ItbeiUBUtUBB.
THE OWEN ELECTRIC APPLIANCE CO.
tt ue omy positive Kcrueay kmwb to tUMMlctl Proresiloi for
OntrUi NcBrtrfli. Dlsnenorrkoet, Psoriisls. ScrofMt, Liver m
KlQuey Diseases. A Positive Cure effected in from 6 to 18 dtys.
4 FOH HAlili MX
familiar to ovcry medical praetitionor
BDd "Wily physician.
"Break-down and nervous prestra-
t,on corns," say theso phvaiciann, "un
loss the great nervo centres are
promptly fed upon proper nutritive
Paine's celery compound is tbo one
great nervo feodor and norve restor
ittve. By its means all tbo functions
J e body receive a freih supply of
?f.ne"e fod " encourages the
body to manufaoture an abundant bud
ply of this indispensablo vital force,
without which there can be no health,
strength nor happiness in living.
From the laok of nerve foroe men and
women are drivon to despondenoy,
melancholia, insanity and suicide.
Thousands of letters hko the follow
ing from Mrs. Liszie Arnott of Mans
field, Ohio, aro received by tho propri
etors of Paine's oolery compound
every month in the year: ,
F"l nave used two bottle of Paine h
anlerv oomnnund fnr nnrvnnnnnaa mnA
havo found great relief from its use.
It is truly a wonderful remody, I am
hntter and am imlnt nn mnn mi1ln;n
Morrloo, Mich., In a lot
terget.14.lHM.aaya: "I boa tried sevoral
kinds of modlelne and
tiro doctors for my
could But no relief. I
bought ono of Dr.
Owen's Elcctrlo Appli
ances and experienced
roller atonco: after two
weeks' uso I was aa lim
ber as an eel and could
work all day. Now am
many endorsements like above, besides outa
I A nnllfiYiAna linvn Iiamuhh
C. 4. COTTMO.
Red Cloud, Webster County,
'Great Lord, give ub leather lungs,
that wo may yell with a loud and bois
terous noioe; amplify our throats thut
the passageway of noise may meet with
no incumbrances; this beinc one crreat
jog or joy, make it not the lees but rath
er multiply it and the facilities for mak
This was the prayer of a man with a
tin horn who pat on the cornor at mid
night, and heard the returns, announc
ing that the republican candidates were
being elected by majorities that wero
wierd and wonderful.
For tho last few weeks -the camnaisn
has been on, aad it waged warm. The
Chief, aa it haa always done, fought the
republican battle faithfully and unfal
teringly, doing what wo thought waa
right, and lived in hopes of winnlntr the
battle in its entirety, but the fortunea of
war are often fickle, and disappointment
comes with succose. In
the populists mot with an inglorious do
feat, and tho republican rooster crows
lustily and loud for McNeny, White,
Runchoy, Fort, Huntor, Burden, Thorno
and Beck, having lost only one candi
date, viz: Samuol West, who, while
falling by tho wayside, reduced Judge
Duffy's plurality wonderfully, and made
a good tight.' Tbo result of Tuesday's
election shows that republicanism is on
tho increase, and that pooplo aro begin
ning to wako to the necessity of joining
tho republican ranks if prosperity is to bo
perched upon tho bannors of our coun
In the tonth judicial district, things
wont differently. lion. Jas. McNeny,
the republican candidate for district
judge, waB unmercifully slaughtered in
the houso of his friends whoro ho should
have received tho greatest strength, but,
Phounix-like, ho will rise out of the
ashes of political treachery, with his
shield brightor than ovor for hnving
been dofeatod. Whilo tho campaign
was a bitter ono in some respects, yet
The Chief, has nothing to say touching
tho election of Mr. Beall, 'and oonso
quontly bows to the will of tho people,
who are tho sovereigns, and while one of
our birds is climbing tho hill of victory
for the republican nominees of Webster
county, the other one must be turned
down to await fair yean haMe.wbaa,
as tfcs toys aey, Bllsa Mm ?."
Next fall, republicanism will aweep
Dr, Price's Cream Baking Powder
A Purs fkays Crsaa si Tartar Pewfer.
Neb.. Friday, November
the country in ono grand phalanx, from
east to west and north to south, and tho
glad tidings of great joy will go up wllh
ono mighty voico, "that the republican
party reigns mid tho country still lives"
Hurrah for tho Q. O. P. and victory !
If thoro hnd been any moro voles in
the county, Whito would havo got them,
as Ed Funko whs "defunct" long ago.
Runchey is still running in Blue Hill,
"Hold the Fort I" for, if yu don't,
Jud Bailey will never catch up.
Wright Thornburg: "I guess I'll go
and see what kind of sailing it is on
Charley Pottot: "GcoWhiil Didn't
we do it!"
Hank Riohmond: "Tuosdny'seleotion
hurt my neck. I have been looking for
pop victories, but, stretch my neck as I
will, I can't eoe 'oro."
Jud Bailey and the pops aro explain
ing how it oil occurred.
Bud Norris will continuo to farm.
Ed Funko will eat crackers and oheeso
for two years at least.
MoOrary: "Darn this political busi
ness, anyway. Havo I got to wnit till
Beck stood on the burning deck, his
bsggsgo loaded for the coroner's offlce,
while Bayles eat on the shore with his
feet dangling in tho water.
Billy Thorne was really n "Kuehn"
(keen) thorn in tho sidoot Frank Kuehn
and got thero Hko a mico.
Clarence Stout: "Kussod be Knnan;
and a few cusses to tho follows who bhIi!
they would voto for mo and didn't."
Judge Duffy: "Ah thore, got thoro,
stay thero I" Shakespeare
A whole lot of fellows: "I told you
Jim Burden is a racor and made n
"Stout race," lonving his opponent in the
woods in Piokleville.
Nimrod was a huntor; but Huntor
was not only a nimrod, but ho carried
tho largest pole and knocked McCrary's
persimmon into n smithereens.
Rod Cloud township is fast becoming
colobrated. Before oight o'clock, at
least a dozon mon were hunting lawyers,
.sheriffs, etc., just because one sot of
judges outwitted the other Bet.
Tbo following township officers
elected at the Tuesday election:
Guido Rook J W Robinron clerk, I
W Crary treasurer, Goo 8 Parker asses
sor, H G Bill and E O Parker justices of
Beaver Creek T M Blue clerk, J H
Greenhalgh treasurer, Moses Livingston
assessor, J H Hamilton and ChasMolley
justloes of the peaoe.
Stillwater-R T White clerk, Felix
Klllough treasurer, Louis Bangert as
sessor, Chas Qitring and Richard Smith
juatioea of the peace.
Oak Creek J R Laird clerk, John F
Buss treasurer, H A Stevens assessor, W
M Barrott and G E Oatman justices of
Garfield Frank Amaok clerk, James
Amack treasurer, Charles Alios assessor,
A W Holmgrain and H O Wolf justices
of the peace.
Pleasant Hill Frank Fnablo clork, A
N Goodwin treasurer, T T Lacoy asses
sor, F A Good and II L Hopkins justices
of tho poace.
Elm Creek Thornton Foe clerk, John
Walz treasurer, E Butler assessor, J T
Mills and C E Putnam justices of the
Potsdam L E Peisinger clork, C F
Gund treasurer, W II Skelton assessor,
F O Buschow, A D Ranney justices of
Lino R Turner clork, Isaac G rowel I
treasurer, J W Mclntyro assessor, J M
Guthrie, Wm Kuehn justices of the
Red Cloud-A B Pierce clork, Wm
Thomas treasurer, Wm Dickson UBSoesor,
Wm Engels, Ed Parkoa justices of tho
Batin Fred Warnor clerk, Stephon
Harris treasurer, James Buokles assess
or, O H Rust, S Lindqulsi justices of
Glen wood J L Grandstaff clerk, H.
Ricbendiffer treasurer, George May as
sessor, L Cutter, W A May justices of
Tit U. & Oor't Reports
SarMr Royal Bmklmg Pow4$e
, .faytrfor to ait otter
8, 1 895
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
Walnut Creek Frank Stokes clerk,
A McCull trousuror, M C Fulton assess
or, T F Jonos, and N L D Smith justices
of the peaco.
Inavale Clork Is h tin between O. B.
Harvoy and Thos Chailln, P M Cochrane
treasurer, J P Halo assessor, H H Hold
rege, E E Wolcott justices of tho peace.
Catherton John Marker clork, J B
Krai treasurer, Win Muthouoy assessor,
E J Peterson justice of the peace.
Harmony J F Brewer olerk, RO Best
trousuror, Wm Patterson assessor, John
May, U E Potorson justico of tho peaco.
Rd Cloud City J W Wurrcn ubscbb
or, C 8 Bennett, J. Porter Jr. justices or
Following aro the supervisors elected
in WMtwter county: District number
ono, E Peters; numbor two, J II Sbirely;
number three, A Kortj numbor four,
Goo Pope; number flvo, W B ltoby; nmu
borsix, AH Hoffman; numbor sever,
J P Ellington.
ftlOO Itewiirtl, 100.
Tho reader of this paper will be pleased
to learn that there is at Itmat one dreaded
disease that solencu has liton able to cure
in all its stages, and that is Catarrh.
Ball's Oatarrh Core is tho only poiltlvo
euro known to the medical fraternity.
Catarrh bolng n oonstitnMuual olsease,
natures a aonstitutioual remedy. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is takeu Internally aotlng
directly on the blood i nd muooas stir
fmif of the system, thereby destroying
the foundation of the disease and giving
the patient strength by bnlldlng up the
constitution Bnd assisting nature in doing
its work. The proprietors have so muoh
faith in its ourative powers, that they
offer one hundred dollars for any case
that it falls to oore. Bend for list of tes
timonials. Address, F. J. OBENEY& CO.. Toledo, O
targold by Druggists, 70o.
John Myers was in this vicinity on
Ld Grossman shipped a carload of hay
to Kincoln last week.
Mr. Brethauer sold several head of
steers to Mr. Riokardson for B22 ter
Mr. Brooks from near Campbell dined
at Rev. Boan's last Friday.
The Free Methodists aro holding a
aeries of meetings at tho North Star
Rev. Hott and wife are here visiting
Misses Michael and Paxton were visit
ing in this vicinity Saturday.
Frank Sedilek says ho will romember
Hallowe'on of 1895 for some one took his
now buggy and run it into a mud hole,
Thero was a party at Mr. Palmer's on
Wednesday of lust week. All present
report a good timo. Dan Tuckek,
Six wkft ago I suffered with a severe
cold; was almost unable to sneak. My
friends all advised mo to consult a physi
cian. Noticing Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy advertised iu th Ht. Paul Voiles
Kttltung I prooarod a bottlo and after
taking it a short while waa entirely well.
I now most heartily rsoemmend this re
medy t auyonu suffering with a oold.
Wm. Kell, C78 Selby Ave., at. Pan!, Mln.
For sale by Peyo Sc Orlee.
South Ward School Items.
Tho fourth room has a new scholar.
Miss Potter camo up stairs during
opening oxercisos last Wednesday morn
ing aud Miss Mizor camo up Thursday
It was no worm at nil Mr. Tulloys."
Small boy: "I got a whlppiug, but I
Mr. Tulley's can not voto tnis yoar.
He should get out his naturalization
John Potter taught the second room
What did Miss Potte stand two boys
ia the oorasr fee?
What littl boy cot a aaakiaf sp f
Mr. Caster was down last Tueaday.
I wonder why Joe Dilley came up
Vol. 23 No. 45
We havo sumo sickness.
There will tin a protraotod meeting
commenced noxt Sunday at Mt. Hope.
Consld ;rablo corn is'boing shelled by
O Barrott and S Mountford.
One of Mr. Fair's boys was thrown
from h mule and when picked up wm
Al Scrivntr and Charley Arbuckl
traded toums this week.
Tom Fair is away attending school.
' I I Will
How to Prevent Croup.
Homo reading tliut will provo interest
iiitt to yonug mother. Bow to guard
ngalust tho dleatn.
Croup is n terror to young mothers aad
to post them onticfrning the cause, Aral
symptom ami treatment is Ike object of
this item. 'Hid oiliii of croup la a com
mon oold. Children who are etibjeot to
it take oold very ivihlly and oroup is al
most snn lo follow. The first symptom
is hunri,eneiftthrt in soon Inllowrd Uj a
peuullnr miigii iiongh, wh'ch la ensily rec
ognized and wilt never bn forgotten by
one who has heard it. Tho time to aot IS
when the child llrat beuomas hoarse. If
Oliatnhitrlatn' CohkIi Ruiniuly is freely
given nil (malum') lo nroiip will mon dis
appear. Kvory after the ornupy cough
has dwvnluperi it will prevent the attack.
Thero ia uo dnugvr In giving thla remedy
for it conialiih nothing injurious. For
sale by JJoyo &. Gone.
"Last night,1 said n traveling man, "I
should have uii-nl my train and lost an
entire day hut for u iilil Information,
noticed iu the lUud-MuNally Uuide,
will never he without It again."
Mr. McDonal from near Cora and
Mrs. JohhIu Myers of Judsun wore mar
rled Sunday morning. After the cere
mony was performed they weut to Jewell
county whore the wudding dinnor Was
served mid returned Monday evening
and cummencud bouso-keoping, The
bappy couple huvo tho best wishes cf
their many frloudti, U. O. G.
Cured by Dr. Miles Nervlac.
Prolonged dorangomont of tho nervous
system not only affocta tbo brain and men
tal powors, but dovelopa diaeaso in some of
the vital organs. Tbo most dangerous of
these indirect results la wbon tho hoort Is
affected. This waa tho caao of tho Bov. N.
F. Surfaco, Fawn Rlvor, Mich., who writes
under date of Feb. U, 1806:
"Fourteen years oro I bad a alight stroke of
paralysis. Overwork brought oa nervous
prostration. I wus exceedingly nervous and
tho oxortlon of public opc&klng caused
heart palpitation that threatened my life.
I usod two bottles of X)r. Miles' Now IToart
Cure for my heart trouble and two of Or.
Miles' llcstoratlvo Korvluo for my nervous
nous and fool batter than I ovor expected to
fool again. I can apoalc for hours without
tiring or having my heart flutter as It for
merly did, and I havo you to thank that I
am allvo today."
Ob sale by all druggists. Dr. H lies' Beak
oa Heart aad Nervous Disorders VMXI fey
atali. Dr. Miles Medical Oa. nUMurt, ftsi.
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