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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1896)
J.AAXU XUt KJUKJKJJLT VXXAJIUX' XXViXAX, JKJ, Al, X0VU,
h -' I
ft. f U often wonder why tholr nerves aro
o ui'nk; whytlioy get tlroil ho easily;
why they start nt nvcry BllRht but
Midden Koiiml; why t hoy do not nlccp
unturnlly; why they hnvo frequent
hcmlnchcH, Indigestion nnd norvous
The rxptnimllmi Ih simple. It In found in
t lint Impure blood which Ih contln
iinlly feeding tho nerves upon rofuso
Itintindof the cIcmciitH of strength and
vigor. In mich condition opinio and
nerve comM)iinlH hlinpty denden and
do not cure. Hood's Harsapnrllla feeda
Hie nerves pure, rich, red blood; gives
nntiirnl sleep, perfect digestion, Is tho
true remedy for nil norvous troublou.
.!. dim Tine niiioil I'nrlfler.
! il iij live I llnoil A('o.
SI per bottle.
, Lowell, Mam.
,, ,, ,.,, run' I.Ui-r Ills; easy to
I :CO(I i3 PlllS take, easy to opcrati-. 25o.
afcscrlptloN, f I ler Annum
Invarliiblr In Advance
Knttred at tfat I'nit Otflr In Ueil Clow!, Neli
M audi nmtterof theircouit clam
A. 0. lion am, Kdltor.
LAKorTAIT. Allt 1icnl Kdltor.
IWOBK CUMULATION 1,300.
GARRKT A. IIOItAUT.
JOHN II. MacCOLL.
For Lieutenant (lovernor,
For Secretary of State,
JOKIi A. IMI'KK.
For Coin. Public hands and IJiiildings,
II. 0. RUSSKLI,.
For Auditor Public Accounts,
PF.TKR O. HF.DLUN').
G. K ('ASHY.
For Attorney denornl,
A. S. CHURCHILL.
For Superintendent ol Instruction,
HKN'IIY It. CORIIFIT.
For Regent of University,
w. ; wiiit.moki:.
For .Indues Supremo Couit,
M. It. K1XKAID.
For Presidential F.lcetnr.s,
FRANK .1. SAUILDK.
J. K. HOUT'.
A. .1. HURNHAM,
A. C. FOSTF.R.
(. A. DKIIIIY,
J. L. MePHF.F.LY,
M. L. FRIKSK.
For Congress Fifth District,
Ceo. Warren of the Argus isaeiedly
glial ding t lie 1S!I. lilt's of hit paper
those containing bis free silver -eini
iiient -and we iiudi rtiiud that he Ins
unpolled a watch dog fur that puipo-e.
Willi ti longing look at the gnvcru
moiit biick nen. the strict and a
pleasant pa on Ins pocket when' lie
Uguied to place tlie money for printing
tho amendments. ico. said, "I can
edit my paper for sound money and
still vote my free silver sentiments."
Hon. Randolph McNitt the youngest
intnitbcr of the last Nebraska legislatui o
ha- been nominated by the republicai'S
as county uttornc of Webster couni.
"Mar" is one of the bright young le:il
lights of the republican vullcj, uho i
an hoiiKi' to his profession- (linnd
Tlie boltiuu silwr republican- aic
being beautifully smthlm! by tlioih nm
pup- herves lliem uniu. Al'gll-
(Seorge may gel a la-te oft hi- -anie
-niibbiug. llispueiiinaticaiubitioii tor
a govermuent po-ilion may get -everal
laigesj.cd punctiiiet which even the
maiiitaiiiiug of hi-olliee us a icpiibl.
I'an headiuaiters will not li
U'he editor nf the Argus during the
year 1S!I", came out in that paper fur
(i eo silver. l was current cominent at
that lime that be was a hliong advo
cate of this doclriuu. It was also told
Mini, lie eatmi out In his paper for free
silver on a nroml.se of patronage from
jiivcral influential populists and a de
sire to place the names of people favor
nig treo silver on his subscription list
No matter what tlio cauto, he advoeat
ed free silver thm .gh his columns and
talked it on the reel nml there is no
doubt that hr is t-.lay Just ns strongly
impressed with tl' doutrlne of Jamus
(iilham as lie v. . then. He is now a
lien silver repiib. e m Ho wants to see
MeKiiiley elccti.il becaiiKe that means
n governnient p"lti.ni in sight He
wiuts a free m !' eongii'st .mil in
eluelion day wil. ' . te that way Ho is
also l;coplng In ' o gml kii.is of
Andiew M fir I t' e i Vf" .f ' Iim
lie uiav get .i'
t ,1 1
,. ior-i iu 1.. i
Wnvranls nuUmiHU uotuuuoing but
hU riulieal .-diver talk comes up to eon
front him like a ghost. The following
Item taken from his paper speaks for
In the gi eal Horr-IIarvoy debate the
cause of silver it not losing ground.
.Mr. I loir the champion of Hie single
gold standard coiiteutH himself with
sctliugup n general denial, iiitoispers
"il with more or lessutloinplcd ridicule.
Mr. Harvey on tho contrary it making
a clean light, for liimetalism and backs
up lii.s .statements willi facts and llguriH
fniiii undlspiitable authorities. An tin
prejudiced reader must admit that Mr.
Harvey it having the best, of the de
bate, but "tin Ice armed it hi) whifu
cause is just." Mr. Horr, Hko the
cause liu advocates, it clearly out
classed. Issue of Argus August 1st,
Our Grout Piuno OiTor.
Do you Mint a piano? Wo have per
fected arrangements by which we am
enabled to oiler a line Upright Cabinet
(mint piano which retails foi $CrU, to
tlie person who will .secure for us
WIO yearly cash subscribers. The
description of the piano Is at follows:
Height fil indies; depth i!8 inches;
width fl'J inches; weight, boxed MO
pounds. Three pedal", including the
iiw practice Clavier pedal. Klegant
cover, solid wood ciicular seated stool
to match case, ami the Cornish pianO
method with this piano. The above
instrument can be had in selected
natural wood cases, in Kbony, Rose
wood. Hurl Walnut, F.nglish Quartered
Oak, Hungarian Ash or Figured Ma
hogany. It is warranted for ten years
and will liu delivered at this olliee to
the one who complies with the above
conditions. To the one getting up '200
yearly cash subscribers we will give thu
Cottage Queen orirun, regular retail
price fclUfi ami warranted for a term of
tweniy-llvcycar.t. Thcdescription ism
follows: Solid black walnut case,
handsomely caived, French plate
beveled mirror on top. Full size, .T
octaves, M stops, octave couplers, 2
knee swells, (i sets of reeds l'J2 orches
tral toned reeds. Height 80 inches;
width !M inches; length 4ft inches;
weight boxed, 1175 pounds. If sub
scription solicitor does not wisli either
instrument ho will receive a cash
premium for aaeh cash sulHcrihcr that
he gets which amount will be specilied
by application at this olliee. These
instruments aru the well known Cor
nish American pianos and organs and
it will pay anyone to strive for them.
For further particulars apply at this
Doafncfis Cannot bo Cuicd
My local applications, as they can
not reach the di-cuM'd portlim of the
ear. 'I here it onlv one way to cure
deafness, and thai is by fiiixtitutioiial
remedies. Deafness is cau-ed by an in
llamed condition of tlie mucous lining
of the Kiistacbiau Tube. When this
tube gets iiillamedyou have a rumbling
.sound or imperfect hearing, and when
it is entirely clo-ed deafness it the re
sult, ami unless the inflammation can
be taken out and this tube restored to
its normal condition, hearing will be
dest 1 03 cd foiever; nine cases out often
are caused by c.itarih, which is noth
ing but lullaiiicd condition of the
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any ca-e nf ileafne.-s (caused by
catarrh) ilia cannot be cured by Hall's
('atari h Cure Send for eiieulaiN,
F .1 CHUNKY V CO .Toledo. O.
Central Coinmittco Mooting.
The republican erutial committee of
Webster ('0111U3 ill meet at the otllco
of C.i-e ii McNili on Fiiday, October
Otli, at one o'clock p in
KMrNirr, T.C. Hackkk,
All Her Life.
1r K r li.iit-iiK nf I ,'lliniun (Vi. i
s.iys that his daughter, Ida, inherited a
souTocisoof I'Avema, which the usual
inurcurv and potash remedies failed to
relieve.' Year hv year she was treated
with various medicinei, external appli -
cations ami internal remedies, without
result. Her Miffenugs were inteuse,
and her condition urew steadily worse.
All the ho-called blood remedies did not
secuitc reach the dis
ease at all until S.
S.S. was given, wkeu
was at once noticed.
The medicine was
continuecd with fav
orable results, and
now she is cured
sound and well, her
skin is perfectly
clear and pure and
she has been saved
from what threat
ened to blight her life forever.
S.S.S. (gmminterd purely vegetable)
cure Ivczeui.i, Scrofula, Cancer, Rheu
matism, or any other blood trouble.
It is a real bloc d remedy and always
cures even anVr all else falls.
A Real Blood Remedy,
Take a blood , medy for n blood disease;
a tonic won't cure it.
on blood .nut
iddu di.-U'u.-c. (Pta (tf i&FQ
ItK.D Wind, Minn , Sept so, 18110.
Tills is a cit3 of clturi lies, of tchooN,
and colleges Ilesidct the slv large
piiblie schools including the high scliool
there is a college for young ladies and
one lor young gentlemen. The popu
lation of this city Is two-thirds Scan
dinavian, hut they believe in educa
ting the rising generation.
lioeated about two miles from lien
Is a state institution called the training
scliool. Il it the same as n reform
school There is a very large main
building; then four school buildings,
our for girls and three for boys; then
greenhouses, barns and other build
ings, till it looks like a village. It is
bountifully situated between tlie bltilTs
and the river. The grounds and drives
and walks are prime. There are about
100 boys and girls there who have
broKcn the lawt of the state in some
way, but they arc now being trained
for useful lives.
Tho bridge ucrost the Mississippi at
tills place, is "a tiling of beauty" also
"a joy forever,"' to tha inhabitants of
Wisconsin in its vicinity. It was fin
ished about a year ago, its cost being
$70,000. It Is high enough for the
steamboats to go under, that run to St.
Paul, and therefore gives a person
crossing it a good view of tills beauti
The cemetery is situated on a bluff
overlooking the great river. A great
deal of money has been spent on it,
and the road leading to it, which is
now a beautiful drive in warm weather.
They have constructed just at the foot
of the bluff a largo vault wlnie in win
ter, when tlie snows are deep, tho
caskets containing tlie 1 cumins of tlio-o
who die at that time, can bo deposited,
until a more convenient season for
burial. Wo found In that cemetery
monuments marking the giavts of
very many of our friends of tliii ty-live
years ago Hut wu find also a good
number of friends of that date, very
much alive, prosperous and harpy;
nearly all members of .some church and
good republicans. So 3011 can judge
of their standaid in society.
Of coursK tlie Captain has been fish
ing again; wont with some of his old
soldier friends and stayed all day. He
tays ho caught fith, but one member of
the party told me conlidi-ntiallv that
he jnly caught one and it was of the
kind they throw back in the river
again He is not utixioii- to go any
I went yesterday to a meeting of the
W.C. T. U., and met Mis. C. llobait
who ha- been state president of this in
stitution for thirteen year.-. I litid
these meetings ui'p about the same
We went to-day to Hay City, Wit
cousin, where tho Captain says lie in
vested in some city lots thirty-live
years ago. We found the place where
they had been, oil the .shore of Lake
Pepin, but the lake had claimed a part
of t liini. We are to go back again to
St. Paul Monday and in the evening
siui't for lioine having enjoyed our trip
tlioioughly. K. R. Ksiuut.
It has been held that consumption is
heiedltary,aud the fact that one per
son of a family had died witli consump
tion wa- considered a -lire sign that
others of Unit family could not escape
it. This is partly true and partly tin
true. A man wi'li weak lungs is likely
to iraii-mit that weakness to hit child
ren. Rut there it 110 teason in tlie
world why the weakne .should be al
lowed to develop. Keep the lungs full
of rich, led, whole-ouie blood, and the
weakne-s will disappear. Decaying
tissues will be thrown off, and new
material will be added until the lungs
are well and perfectly strong again-Till-
is tlie thing that Dr. Pierce's Col
den Medical Discovery does. This i
wliat makes it cure !l per cent, of all
cases of consumption where it i-taken
accoiding to directions. It searches
out disease germs wherever they may
be in tlie body and duct's them out of
the -j stein. Il siipplii s tlie blood with
rich, life-giving propeiiio-. It make-
the apo'tite good, digestion period.
'" ,;' ,,',,,s "' "";'" t Junius to
I Wol'l''" )1-l,(,,'r;,l M'l'al Atsona
I turn, liiitlalo, N. , and receive Dr
I Pinve's 100S pane "Common Sense
1 -Medical Adiscr,"profiisely illustiated.
On hist Saturday evening Miss Min
nie Heilier entertained a large number
of young friends at her home A very
pltasant lime was reported by all who
wrie present Delicious refreshments
were .served and a laig crowd was
present They all returned homo at
u early hour. The guests warn Jennie
Morrison, Carrie Holsworlh, Nellie
Maurer, Waller Guruey, Tiny (Jurney,
Clarence Gnrney, Chris Heihrr, Willie
Heilier, Stevo Moriisnn, Norman Mor
lison, Mark MeKoukey, Karl MeKou
key, Fied Maurer, John Channey,
Harry Kugcls, Vens SorgcHon, Fmnk
Insmt UroN liooii's Siiraiparilla
when you need a medicine to purify
3our blood, strengthen your norws
and give you an appetite There can
be no substitute for Hood's.
Hoon's Pii.t.s .110 the best iiflor dii.
uer pill; assist digestion, piovont con
11 I . o ; I' ,..,. .1
"' .iMapauoa purines mo
blood. ..vecomet that tlrod feelliiff.
cieatesau apiietlto, and givtw rofrt'Sli
U L L I UH I C Should Uao
IT IS ft SUPERB TONIC and
exerts a wonderful influence in
strengthening her system by
driving through the proper chan
nel ail impurities. Health and
strenoth are Guaranteed to result
Irom its use.
My wlfo wur bedridden for elRhtccn months,
utter using WtADKIEI.i) S FEMALE HKOU
LATOK tor two montliH. Is ccttliiR well.
J M. JOHNSON, Malvern, Ark.
BRinmun iiegciatou to., Atlanta, oa.
Bold by nil DrurtUU t $1.00 etr bottlt.
The case against Andrew Soderllnd
hat been dismissed.
A baby girl has come to brighten tlia
home of Win 'elulT.
W. K. Thorne, Frank McLaughlin
and V. S. Hall were here from Hladen
On Sunday morning a tun pound
girl arrived at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. (J. P. Varger of Orleans.
Halph Popu returned the last of the
week to Annapolis, Maryland, to
again tako up his cadetshlp duties.
V. X. Schoonmaker of Chicago was
here and -poke in tlie opeta hiKi-e
Fiiday night. People of all parties
who beat d him state that bis talk was the
best heard hero so far this campaign.
Tlie many former friends of Lou
Keniicy will be glad to learn that he
contemplates a visit to this city about
eiectiou time. He now hat a position
in tho treasury cieimrtiucnt at Wash
ington. A pain in the chest is nature's warn
ing that pneumonia is threatened.
Dampen a piece of llanucl with
Chamberlain'.- Pain Halm and bind
over the seat of pain, and another on
the back between the shoulders, and
prompt relief will follow. Sold by II.
K. (iriee, druggist.
Will Kife met with a very bad acci
dent tlie lirst of tho week. He was
hauling elLclriu light poles witli the
large end out and in going 1111 a -light
raise in tlie road the poles tipped up
throwing him from tlia wagon. His
back came in contact with the wheels
and he is h:illy luui-ed up in conse
quence. It is witli the greatest plea-uio that
we this week chronicle the mairhmc
by .Judge Dully, of Uncle Uichanl
Pay mi of Otto, and Mrs. Xi.ucy S
Hickey of Walnut creek Uncle Dick,
at lie is familiarly called, is a native of
Virginia, and like most of the people
of that slate is a genial ami ho-pltable
gentleman. This paper, along witli
many friends of tho married couple,
unite in extending to them their bet
Old Settlers' Picnic.
The sixth annual picnic of the old
stttlrr.s of Webster county will be held
in (Jov. (Jarber's grove, on Thursday.
October 8th, 18915. Following is the
I'fHjcr- lte. llniniiicl
Mulc. cliiirns -Anu-rli'ii"
AiMroiiH of Wlrmue-.l. s (illliiuii.
Triiii-nctlon of iliihliio-i.
iim; iiui'ii rnaiiiNNKii.
"r'un on tin- KhiicIi. I'.i-t 11111I l'reelll," I. II.
"hlainjliluriif tliu liinuct'iil (llnltiilii," w. 1;.
'felriiKKlo fur Uil-n-ni'u" ('. V. KiiIkIiI.
"Siuckiulo Iiit'lilciits."-I)(iiiilil Mcl'iilliuii.
"Sod llntiM- Iti'FiillcrtloiiM," Jot, (iiirlHT.
Kveryold seltlur of at least twenty
years re.-idencn it urgently rnpicsted
to bo pn-f ut. Bring your ba-kett well
tilled and come eaily. Let lis liavi- a
complete a reunion as piihsible.
II V OlIDKU OK (-'ommitti-.i:.
Vour llalr 1 1111 Rti huvc-.l
ffin liilluiv; oat or tiirmng gmy I lite
n iiusi'ivp fuel, at d n giiHrniitu'
"!'' Ibdr iiwir to do it lr l'Ii-uI1iiim
ttif M'alp, Iriivin III hair ttlob-y and
lnxiirlaut. Sold by O. L. CottitiK.
Book AgontH Attontion.
Are 3 on selling .Melcalf's life of Bryan
it Sew all or Halstead's life of Me
Kiiiley & Hobartv We give the very
laige-t commissions.. We give you
"NO in casli besides if you sell 100 hooks.
We pay freight to 3 oil. We give credit.
We ship goods proinptl. livery Hals
lead or Metcalf book sold in the coun
try comes from 0111 place We are
headquarters. Deal direct from thu
manufacturers Books sold at fcl.r.0.
Outfits free. Send six cents for pos
tage and save esprcssage. L. K Me
(inKAl. vV Duo., Philadelphia, Pa.
J. S. EMIG-H,
Y toil WANT IT
Crown Q Bridge Wrk r Teeth Without Halts
Ami nil tlio liitcl linprinriiu'iit l dental mi'Oli
t4!MjnfJ nM Jf1nri Who
WBllIGU 'Ail lUBcl
l'ratect mir lile.-wi tUy 1117 ,xB ymi uurIUi.
WrltH JOHN 'WliUDRanilHN CO., l'.itcnt Altor.
nejf. Wellington, I). C, for tliolr $1.10 iirlto ortcr
uaa lUt u( (wo liunUrcU UiTuutlon wuntoU.
Moon Block, Red
Wish to call the trading public's attention
to the fact that they arc
floui Heady for Your Trade
They want to
They have sonic goods and price that
will interest you.
OI NO CONSEQUENCE.
To Sell the Goods
They propose to close out
$10,000 - Worth - of - Stuff
lr. the next four months
A. 0D SOME I 1 I C E.
Remember they are in the Moon block and
A. Galusha is Manager.
fc :ic: Ss::mbxuQzBSsM
SHERWOOD & ALBRIGHT,
Staple and Faney Groeeries.
Humboldt, Minnesota anil Amboy Flour
Chase & Sanborn's Coffees.
FKKSll VK(KTABLKS AND FRUITS OF ALL KINDS IN SKA.SON.
, In order to close out our present
Stock of Lamps
We will sell for the
NKXT TKN DAYS at
Special Bargain Prices
Now is the timr t get a Lamp
if 3011 are ixr-diug it.
C. L. Cotting, The Druggist.
O o 11 clld t t e
For your custom. Our platform
Right Prices, Good Goods,
Courteous Treatment, Fair Dealing.
WK .SOLICIT YOUR
WATCH, CLOCK and JEWELRY REPAIRING.
When 3011 need anything 111 our llii" come and see us. If wn
haven t got it wo will got it for you. A wiitteit guarantee
uli all iv itch work Satisfaction guaranteed or
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sec all their OLD CUSTOMERS
and every new one.
is Ouf Object I
Jewelers and Opticians.
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