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THE UK!) CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, SEPT. 4, 189(3.
i mr iwirjwiJiii mw
Ulood mcniiH sound hcnlth. With pure,
rich, healthy blood, tho stonmch nuil di
gestive organs will be vigorous, nml thcro
bo no dyspepsia. Rheumatism nnd
Neuralgia will no unknown, ncruiuin mm
bait lthcum will dlaappcar. With pure
Your nerves will b atronjr, and your
eleep aound, aweet and refreshing.
Ilood'a Saraaparllla make pure blood.
That la why It curea ao many disci oca.
That la why ao many thousands take It
to cure dlaeaae, retain good health, tire
Tent aickneaa and Buffering. Remember
Is the One Trim Ulood Purifier. II per bottle.
" , ., nlaa cure Liver Ills ; easy to
iiOOdS PillS take, easy to operate. i5c.
fUbicrlptloN f I lr AimiU"
Invariably lav 4ii
Hn!red at the I'oal time In lied 'loud, NM.
as nihil mallerof thearcoiid laii
I.ahot Tait. Asst Ixx-al Kdltor.
IW01K C1R3ULAT10H 1,300.
GARRET A. IIOHAKT.
JOHN H. MacCOLL.
For Lieutenant (lovonioi-,
UHLAN 1)0 TE1T,
For Secretary of Suite,
JUKI A. IMl'KK.
For Com. Public Lands and Hulldings,
11. C. RUSSELL.
For Auditor Public Accounts,
PETER O. IIEDLUN").
0. E CASEY.
For Attorney (joiieutl,
For Superintendent ol Instruction,
henry r. coriiett.
For Regent of University,
W. (i. WUITMORE.
For Judges Siipiuiin Com I,
M. 15. KINKAII).
For Presidential Electors,
FRANK .1. SADILDK.
J. K. HOUTZ.
A. J. UURNHAM,
A. 15. FOSTER.
(. A DERIIY,
J. L. McPHEELY,
M. L. FRIESK.
For Congress Fifth Dlstiiet,
A rciiil)llcn ciiiiTfiilliiii f.ir V'el)iereouni)
l hereby called id tin ft at itie rouil lane In
Uoil I'lond, Ntlnul.ii un uiilHy. iiiii'iiiliir
IJlii. s'M. at II oVIuck a in fur III- pnriiiikp nf
uuuillMiliU u I'liivll'lnte for tin' stiitr If cl-Luiir,',
i I'Hinltiliiic fui I'liimly nllii '!(. kinl fur Hi
ulcrnr UHiv..ei to thn ri'i.iuiilmu conven
Uuil fr Hid Will K'liHlorl il iliMMet nml In tint
rep I Hum ioiit iiiiuii fur tnu ! I l'jll.ili
ill- lli'l II In ret Uiuili'llilcd I'lKl llir ilelFKiiti I
to tiilKeoiivaHtloil trointlie l.t, :M, Aid. niii .lli
Niii'orrlMir illntricl- iioiiiinnlc t'liinllOatt fur
mi.'rli-or In their ienvrtlveiliilrlct. It I rep
ommunilcil Hint no rnxlin liv idlniied.
.mi inviniiiou m cxittmru ui an idchi viierr
vhoIcMrclii amlliite with I lie reiinllcnu irt
to intend tint iiiirili'linue In tlio VHticimei nuil
iirlmurlcK to no hem under tue call.
riiu varluni lowiifliluK mil ttiirda ore entitled
to reiircMMitntlnn hn fiilluw. Imeil an III. vole
(Ml for Hon. W. K. Andrew- In 1S'.M, allowing
niiHileli'imle forviicli leu vole and insjar par
tlmi tliereuf mi ent nml nun at lurn fort'iich
iumiIiIi nml nurd,
Hiihlti Knelt ir Iteil t'loml x
llenver CncV . 7 llallu .. :i
MlUnaler - (i tllunuoiid s
iHki'reelc , 4 Walnut Crick 4
(. irlU'M il liuiriilu n
I'eiKant Mill S Cittliertini '
I On Creek il lliirimiiiy K
1' MmIhiii Heil t'loml Ut wnnl til
I.Uio il IteiK'loui) Jd wuiil i:i
ItAMI.II I'll Ml'NlTT, T ('. Ilil'Khll.
Inavai.k, Neb., Auk , 27lli, lbt'll.
To Tin: Kniniu l'opuliil urKiiint'iit,
if tmti'il I'ltreftilly, will, in tho cml, con
tniiliot itM'lf ittul in:ikc loic for tho
otlior side, Mr. Carpontor may he
nidi) to look out for that in his own
stH'cilieurniiinunt Imt hit lints of uiku
iitetit and that of others cannot fail to
Mr. Cu punlt'i tolls us that Mixer
v.n from three to six per cent higher
in foieign t'outitrics in 1S7I1 than in our
iiwn eouutry. I could dispute this
.stutciuaiit safely imt I am not going to
for I want to admit that point ami say
this: Kvuryoiui knows, now that wo
have tliiKstatistius heforo lis, that their
w as only about $,000,000 silur dollais
ooiiied prior to 187:1. Whj Heenion
.silver being higher in l.nudon was all
stoit over tliiue. Now if sllverall wont
to Ktirope wlien it was liigh there
would it not i (Hum to tlii eouutry in
groat (jutinlUins if wo raisi'il tint priee
nf it liuiuover tliat of London or else
where? I think it would in spite of
Mi. Cs. statement to tin-emit imij.
Si-omul I H'ld on eamiuiiig Mr.
Carpenter's article further that he i.s
.striotly n iiiiddlo-oMlie-ioad populiM
and is right in ttiu linu with the old
grernl'iuki r and mmIiiii1 tssi lis lb il
iiutii m i d Mil kiii i iuti itiidc v dm
mil dial anything with tliegoeiiiineiil
-iaiiii on is "good moiicj " I eaie no'
t euli'i' into aigiiimuii of gteenbaek
ism with anybody as that 'a a dead isiie.
(lone lo thi'so maay years. I will ad
mit, though, that the populist Idea of
ft en silver is that it is one .step ucaiei
to their eherlshed hope. I will quote,
Mr. Holit. IiigciHoll on this question as
he spoke in old fieonbauk days:
"Yon cannot mako inonay hy resolv
nig, hihI you cannot make niotiay hy
law, any morii than you can nuka oats
anil corn by li'solutloii in a political
meeting. Lord, Lord, I wish you
Ciitld. I winli thin government could
make money. What a rich nation wo
would he. If the government eau
make money why does iteollrct taxes?
Why should the still borrow a uaiidle?
Why Is a poor man working upon his
farm a whole jear through rain and
.shine and storm, day and night, and at
tin; end of the, year people come to him
ami want SIM taxes? If tho gotem
incut can make a thousand dollar hill
In a second, why should it follow up
that poor man? I wish this govern
ment could make money, ami that 1
could gut my sliaro of it. I i egi et that
tho Aladdin place matU by the green
back party uunslsttd only of glorillrtl
mist. I am sorry that its dome was
only a rainbow of hepa, I wish il had
been a reality. I wish the- government
could make money out of paper, so
that the luxuries of the world would he
at America's feet. I wisli we could
make money no that we could put
uvory poor man in a palace. I wish wo
could make money so that our life
would bo a continual and perpetaal
feast. Hut the trouble is, we cannot.
That is the trouble."
Mr. Carpenter nsks mo to cite liim to
soino Instances where poor money
have made hard limes. 1 might go on
and call his attention to a number of
them both in our own country and in
other countries bull will only recall
one at present ami then if lie wants
mote 1 will .send him a list of them.
Something over four hundred years
ago in England the king waslmrrassed
by debts ami in older to make it easy
for him to )iay them the ratio of coin
age was changed fiom 11 to 5 to one,
that Is ."0 cent dollars or half pound
Here is wlialn great Kngliili historian
.says in relation to this mutter. Vol. 5,
p. Uil, ehap. 'J.I, Ftotide's History of
(lieat llritaiii: "Meantime the money
theoiists, tlileo centuries befoio their
lime, distracted him (the Pioteetor,
Edward VI.) with their tempting
speculation. Why should money
cause the deaith?" men H'lid. "Why
should not it be taken as il is proclaim
ed!1" "What if it weroeoppoi? What
If It well! lead? What II It Weio
leather?" "Is it not all ene, seeing it
is for none oilier than exchange? "If
money was plenty all things would be
plenty;" the greater the abundance of
money thegreatei abundance of every
thing. Three pails of the icnlni out of
four were belter for the multiplica
tion." And in chap. L'7, page 207, Wil
liam Lane .said to LonlOeil eoueeiu
ing new coin to be issued: "Ami the
like of the mischief happened herein
England in the mouths of .lime, July
and AugitM last, in the which three
months men e, in led i ut. of Englum!
not so little as l' 100,0(10 of guM (and
yet sdver del come into England as
fast, and all f"i' the piiv.ite gtiu in
coining the silver) tue that the pound
of gold is lichee than the pound of
white mouej, thai slion.y we. shall lie
quit of all our rich money for a base
coin ami llieu shall follow a lm eater
fall of the exchange, which is the
father of till dearth of almost all things
that man occupied). If we in England
shall coin six yeais to come so much
white metal as we have done in six
yeais past of the value that now goeth
the pleutiftiluess of the money and the
baseness thuieof together .shall bring
our commonwealth to that pass that if
you should giwt a poor man tluee
shillings for his day's labor, yei joti
should scarce pay him such a hue as ho
might live thereof which Cod defend
shall come to pass."
I do not know what Mr. Carpenter
means oy sajing inai i nave never
seen any poor money or no .Victim dol
lar. I have seen il not longer ago
than last week. I was ollered two
Mexican dollars forfl 10. I have -etui
our own money, Made dollars, pass tor
10 cents many and many a time 1
have m'oii (although I was too iungi(,
leim mher milch iiboul it) I' S giceu
backs pass for loss than ."0 cents on the
dollar and thai was under tice coimigt
loo, hctoie IS?!!. Hut I fail to lei-a.l
the iii-stance he speaks of whore guen
backs uise to a premium ovei gold 1
must have authotity for that and I
niii-i know the reason why it was such,
it n ever was.
I'uithei I have only this to snj I)
Mexico is so prosperous with a ciuii
luting medium of only 1 .85 why dotln
pops and Hi an demoeiat.s jll so
loudly foi nil iiicieasn In out p, i
capita cireuhiiiiiir In conclusion I
will sold this .stiiKiuiMit which K cer
tainly tellable, limn the Ulllllnlci of
Mexico to this country, Mr. .Jon (J.
Liniauloiir, as iutcrvievvtd bj the New
".Mexico,' said Mi Liliianiour. "
HI1 tO 1 I bC'Ultl II V M ill I'll (I is
1)11111 till If. bill, ' f l nlllM i is ten i j a
single silVei slimlulil. Il Is t.ot " si
ble in li'iV'' a dun in' stand. ltd limit i
In o coinage. Anv gold we hae is im
I'leill.itel exported, and 1 have invei
seen any gold in eh dilution in Mixieo,
(lold is :tt a piemliim of neaiiy V!00 We
pioduce but little gold. Last year the
output was a.OOO.OOO ounces, while we
produced about tho same amount of
silver as the United Slates, r.5,000,000
or 00,000,000 ounces." "How
has trade been affected by the fall In
the price of silver?" "The price of
imported goods has been doubled. Tho
ncreasi! in price of domestic products
which are consumed at home has been
small. The price of tropical products,
which are raised principally for ex
port, has virtually inct eased, because
they ato paid for in gold, the interna
tional medium of exchange, ami the
premium on gold in Mexico has in
creased with the fall of silver. On this
account the producers ot codec and
other tropical products have profited
greatly, ami have grown very wealthy."
"Is Mexico prosperous on the
silver standard?" "Our piospeilty is
increasing rapidly, hut It is due to a
number of causes and not especially to
the silver Htaudaid." "What is tho
effect upon wages of the depreciating
silTcrstandaid?" "They have not in
creased perceptibly. Tho same Is true
of Japan, where wages are very low.
Fortliis reason Japan and Mexico will
In a few yeais bo able to compete suc
cessfully with England and the United
States because of the silvet standard
ami low wages." "What "is the ruliiit;
rate of wages for agricultural label ors
in Mexico?" TwcMty-live cents atlay."
If this doesn't etlccliially answer all
the letters from private citi.ens then
there is no use of going ftiithor.
U. (L Kniuiit.
mmn.mfmwf INSUUI'S Safety
MIIIUL.UV of Life to Muth-
III II I IllallUI cr andCliiid.
mu I ntnd
floti Confinement of Hi Piln, Horror and Rltk.
Mvwlfn uned "HOTIIKRR' FHIKNI)" be-
Iforn birth of her II rut child. Rho did not
i aufter from CRAMPS or FAINS wasnulckly ,
I relieved m tno critical nour aunerinR out
i little gho bad no pntns afterward and her '
recovery w as rapid.
E. E. Johnston. Eufaula, Ala.
I Sent by Mall or Exprcas, on receipt of
nre. ei.ou etr Dome, uook "io moid-
' era" mailed Free.
, BBiDimD BEOUMTOB CO., Attala, Oa.
BOLD BT ALL DXUOOMTS.
SHERWOOD & ALBRIG-HT.
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Humboldt, Minnesota and Amboy Flour
Chase & Sanborn's Coffees.
FKKSH VEGETABLES AND FIUJITS OF ALL KINDS IN SEASON.
In a recent letter to manufacturers
Mr. W. F. lieiijaiiiiu, editor of the
Spectator, Iluchfoiil, N. Y., says. "It
may be a pletistite to you to know the
high esteem in which Chamberlain's
medicines are held by the people of
your own state, where they must be
best kuo.vu. An aunt of mine, who
resides at Dexter, Iowa, was about to
visit me a few years since, and befoio
leaving home wrote me, askiiigif they
weio sold here, stating if they were
not shn would bring a quantity witli
her, as she did not like to be without
them " The medicines ref cited to aio
Chamberlain's Cough Heinedy, famous
for its cures of cold and croup; Chain
berlain's I'aiu Halm for iheiiiiialisiu,
lame hack, pains in the side ami chest,
ami Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ami
Diarrluea Hemedy for bowel com
plaints. These medicines have been
in constant use in Iowa for almost a
quarter of a century. Tho people havo
learned that they are articles of great
win tb and merit, and unequalcd by any
other. They tiro for sale here by Doyo
& (it ice.
Tho SilTor Situation in Moxtoo.
Fads aie better than theories. The
two lettets given below explain them
selves Tim fust one was written by
(oy Kellogg of the linn of (iuy Kel
logg & Co , of Vinton, Iowa, to his
uncle, who has lived in Mexico some
years. The wage earner may judge
Vinton, Iowa, July lllh, !)). My
Dear Uncle About tluee weeks ago
the republican p.titymeiat Si. Louis
and nominated Win. Mclviuley for
president and adopted a platform de
claring for a gold standard as ihe
basis of our money; just last week tho
democrats in convention assembled,
nominating Win J. Hryau of Nebraska
on a free sliver platform, declaring
that the free and unlimited coinage of
silver ai a ratio of 10 to 1. Knowing
that Mexico linaa flee silver coinage
and that with you silver was the basis
of your circulation I thought it would
tlo no harm to ask a few questions for
my own information. Triming that it
will not be too much trouble to answer
I venture the following questions:
1st. If you were a citizen of the
United States and all your business
interests were in this country, would
you he in favor of free coinage of sil
'.'ml. What dors the day laborer re
ceive for aday'rt labor in your country?
3rd. Have you gold in yotircountry;
I mean gold coin.
4th. What is the market price of
wheat in Mexico?
5th. What is thu price of cattle and
horses on the market?
0th. What tin you tliiuk would be
the effect of a change ot our coinage
Anything else you deem of interest
along this line will be thankfully re
ceived Very Truly,
Monclova Coa, Mexico, July 18, "JO.
Dear Nephew Your letttr of lllh, is
before me. In reply to your questions
say to your tirst, 2oj to you second
33 to 37 cents. In answer to your
tliiid question gold does not circulate
hero at all; to your fourth, wheat, IIS
cents to $1; cow are worth $15; hoijes
$7 to $25, and to your last, ruin.
We pay for exchange when we need
it 31.35 for $1 ami often fci for U. I
sold an American $'20 gold piece for
for $10 in Mexican silver. Common
calico is woith 18c; good calico !)3c;
bleached domestic, n5 to 35c; and
everything else in proportion. 1 have
three men working on my farm at $10
per month and they boaid thcms.dvc
of course You people have a gooil
thing anil you will lose il if you change.
A II. KELLOUU
Bcege' TroU'Ml Oil
Tho only liniment on Ihe nmrket to
dny that baa a positive guaumtee to do
alt thu label call for. Its great strength
nod wonderful curative powers are parti
cularly notloeablt) in deep seated dis
eases, anoh us Rlieiimntista, Neuralgia,
etc. 0. L. Cotting keeps it.
ssLaH UMsVSKro LaaaH
bh "nswn -- bh
Have That Picture Enlarged
Won't got it done. The Easiest aud
best way to get it tlone, and to bo
sure of its being done right is to
stop in at
Water Color, Seape and Pastel Portraits.
Fine 10x20 Crayon Portrnits fr 11.48. Water
Colois for $1 80. l'latino, the iipw carbon
enlargement for 11.50.
ALBUMENS, HKOM1DES and PASTEL, from 50c up.
YOU NEED ONE.
Good Clocks and Low Prices.
. Newhouse Bros.,
Jewders and Opticians.
HEAlXiUAHTEHS FOH WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY REPAIRING.
TRADERS LUMBER CO.,
,1)1 c. 1
Is a blood diseasennd only a blood reme
dy can euro it. So many people make
the mistake of taking remedies which
nt best arc only tonics and cannot possi
bly reach their trouble. Mr. Asa Smith,
Grcencastle, Indiana, says: "Por years
I have suffered with Sciatic Rheuma
tism, which the best physicians were un
able to relieve. I took many patent
medicines but they did not seem to
reach my trouble. I gradually grew
worse until I was un
able to take my food
or handle myself in
any way; I was abso
lutely helpless. Three
bottles of S.S.S. re
lieved me so that I
was soon able to move
Tito pole-raising last Friday night
was witnessed by about 1,500 people
aud when the Hag was run tip loud
cheers split the atmospheie for Mc Kill
ley and Old Gloiy. The Hag was given
to the tepiiblicau clubby Wm. Duet
who with the assistance of "Grandpa"
I l,u I we I run il u;. Judge GVs.sna and
Randolph McNitt made short speeches
for the occasion. The coloied glee
club rendered a couple of campaign
songs and the Hastings Military band
gave a very pleasant concert. Has
Ui'KK' Cavrniitii Sal vi.
'Ihe Pirfeiit Ointment. Cores where
all others full. Its txtraordluary cura
tive power has l.een proved in thu thoun
Mitt- of ousts of piles, for which wo hold
't'BtiinnnliiK Your piipn'iir drncgist U
I,. Cotting iiells it.
RlD LLOUD, NhlJKASKA.
Harness 1 Harness ! Harness !
J O BUTLER,
The SqiKire Dealing, Low Priced, Best Grade
In Red Cloud. Prices right for cash
The Hon. I). A Scovill will address
the people of Inavnle at the school
house at that place on Friday Sept., 11,
at b o'clock. This gentleman istt good
speaker and will ably entertain a
crowd. The lnavalo republican club
is fortunate in having secured him.
Hon. Randolph McNitt will also ad
dress tho people at tho same time and
always had free, coinage. '1 he t alio i
Paul Story of Cowles was hete Sat
Miss (liace Foil is home from
Wallace Wright was among the pil
grims to Omaha this week.
.I.S. Largent of Guide Rock was in
the city this week on business
Jamie Mixliohl left Monday on 'a
isittoSt Paul ami Minneapolis,
W. N Richardson and Nunc Shop
heidson are in Omaha this week.
John Polnicky was looking after
business matters in Omaha this week.
l't'iinl; anielsor ami win vveie in
my right arm; before' Omaha this week enjoying the state
long I could walk! fait.
A J. ('lute of McCook was iu the
eitj Monday renewing old ucqiialn
tames The III lie sou of Will Clllipbnll sll
tained a fiacl'irc of an arm on last
Mrs Rollisnii, who Ins been visiting
with tins Giui's aixl family has re
tui mil to bit home at Mexico, Mo.
The whole stein is drained and tin
del mined by indolent ulcers and open
s s DeWilt's Witch Ilnzel Halve
spculil. heals them II I.s the lies! pile
cure known. ( L. Cotting.
Epilepsy 20 Years.
Cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine.
A fuw years nRo, Mr. L. V. Oallnlier. vvns
an extensive, auecessful expert manu
facturer of lumber products. Attacked with
epilepsy, bo was obliged to lo up Ids busi
ness. Tho attackHcauio upon him most hi
oiijHirtuncly. Ono tlmo f.illlns from a carrl
ne. ut another down stairs, and often In tho
strett. Onco ho fell down a shaft In tho
mill, his Injuries nearly proving fatal. Mr.
Gallahcr writes from Milwaukee Fob. It), '05
across the room, nnd
had finished one doen bottles
was cured completely and am as well as
ever. I now weigh 170 "
A Real Blood Remedy
S.S S. cutes Sciofula, Cancer, Kccm.i,
and any form of blood troubles. If you
have n blood disease, takt 1 blood medi
cine S.S.S. (.(, mi 1 a nh id p 11 1 civ vixeld'
tabic) is exclusively for the blood and
is recommended for nothing else. It
forces out the poison mattei permanent
ly. We will
send to anyone
' I rVr'1' XT S
w nn no
DIGK BROS QUINVlf
ALWAYS ON TAP.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
A Pure (lraoo Cream l Tartar Powder.
"Tlioro nro 110110 inuro mlscr'tblo than epi
leptics. Tor 'JO years I -uiriired with upllup
tie lltb, bavins a lilsh as livo in one nUht. I
tried any uuinlicr of pliyi-.el.ius, piylint to
ono alone, a fee of WXi(0 and have done
llttlo for years but beai'h fur bometldm; to
help me, and havo t ivn oil tho leadliiK
remedies, but rcctnv eil uuoum lit Vyuaraito
my sou, Chits. 6. lialliititr, ilrii-iit .it 191
Heed fc?t., Mllwatikei', khvd mo Dr. Miles'
Uestniiitlve Nervine, and I tried It with
pratlfylnK results. Havo had Inn two fits
since I began takliu; It. I am hotter now In
every way than I li.ivt lxxin la 20 years."
Dr. Mllus' Iteniiidleiiiruiuiid by druggists
on a posltlvo guarantoo that tho llrstdiuttlo
will bouiilltor price refunded. Hook oa tho
Heart ami Nurvus, free. Address,
Dr. Mlloa Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Dr. Miles' Remedies Restoro Health.
J. S. EMIGH,
IK VOl' WANT IT
Crown I Bridge Work or Teeth Without Hates.
111l nil the Istot Improvement iu dentnl mecli
r-hotogripheil actual ii
imty-four PEIERi jj hgit
H F Smok.Uit CitildBi,
fu.d taDiilly by C. M UoiJun,
Eig,, Biocklyn, U Y
ASK VOUH PCALER TOR THIM.
IHE PETERS CARTRIDGE CO., Cincinnati, 0,
mi. 1 i,(
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