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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, OCT. 0, 1890.
WASHINGTON NO I'KS 1
Iftlui'e is ativbmlV in .ixluiigtoli '
ntitlinii.i'd.to speak for Tom atson
nobody litis found linn sonnter inu
Icr, elmiinian of tlm populist national
I'ommhttM', positively .efn-oi to dis-cm-s
tlic 1 utuoicd pioh.ihihty of Wat
mhiS witliiliiWMiig luniM'lf us a fundi
d.ito mill (ledums limiulf n.iiuxl
Hi'j.ui, and tin- di'iuo.M a an t'iiu II3
K'tH'l'Ilt in public, .lllliollll IIIIOU
tlictiixclvi s they aii' 1 NpU'xxlnu xniiii'
M'l'i Minimis opinions ax to W.itxon's
iffi'iit utti'iaiu'i's and liix piolialtli1
u-tioii, and thu nio diicuxxin tln
piolnlilc I'lli'fl of liix withdrawal upon
lr.uiH (liauct'x. ltcpuliiicaux siy
tliat it can niako no ui ituii il ilillcicin'c
wluitfViT Watson may tin, lint that
thoy do nut blamu him for not liking
tin1 manner in which ho has been tiuat
ctl and would not bo surpiixod to sen
him 1 of use to continue to lilit unless
ho bo given an vernal eliaueo to shale
in tlio spoils, if any bo won. One
.slgnillcant foatuio of thu situation is
that 801110 ilomocints are just uh bitter
against Sowall as tliey aio against
Watson. Attention, too, is bohiK
called to the piobublo mix up in the
electoral college in case Itryun should
bo elected, with both Watson and
Suwall on tho ticket. If Mr. Ilijnn
should bo elected by less than HO
miijoiityin tho electoral college, and
few of his most snuguinu suppoitcix
claim that ho will get as much us that,
neither Scwall nor Watson could be
elected viec-piesidont and in caxe of
f'ltlmnnf fi mnintitt- it tli.i ..I. ..,.. ..1 i
college to ngt co upon some othei iirni,'
tho election of vice ptcsident would lie
thrown into tho senate, and, owing t'
the peculiar political complexion of J
that body, that might m iko no md,
of double all aiouud As ito as a is
in the campaign theie is little doubt
that most of Mr. Kigali's managers
would bieatho easier if both Scwall and
Watson would voluntaiily ictiie and
let them put up a now candidate for
Sotiator AlilcJidl, of UUx, one of the
deinoetats who is supporting Hryau,
although ho was opposed to tho free
coinage of silver and other plunks of
the Chicago platfmm, called attention
while ho was in Washington to some
thing which seems to have been here
tofoi v ei looked tho political status
of the domoerntio senators who have
bolted their pnrty and are supporting
Palmer and Huckncr. Mr. Mitchell
wants to know who tho bolting sona
tots will caucus with when congress
meets. Speaking on tho subject ho
said: "They aio certainly not en
titled to caucus with us. Maybe Hill
is an exception. I don't know about
1IUI. You see ho is with us and against
us. Ho is for tho ticket and against
the platform. Maybe ho will caucus
with both tho Chicago and Indian
apolis democrat. Seriously though, I
should object to tho supporteis of tho
Indianapolis ticket coming into our
caucuses. They have no right there.
They aro not only not for Hryan, but
they are working for and expressing
hope for tho election of McKinUy.
That is not demociacy." This ques
tion will become a really impoitant
ono whon congress moots, regardless
of tho result of tho election.
When Ex-Goveruor Campbpll, of
Ohio, who has so far taken no part in
tho campaign, although ho has now
agieed to make somo Bryan speeches
in Ohio and Indiana, came to Wash
ington, ho was at onco besieged for
his opinion on tho political situation
because- of tho general belief in his
sagacity in drawing conclusions. Ho
said. "1 am unable to venture an
upiuinu, and I have also to meet tho
ilrsl man who can give what seems to
mo iutelligont reason for making a
jn diction. Nuwr before have I wit
nesd such ruthless .shtittoiiug of
x'l-ieiaiy Cailislo has positively do
ell"'"! 'o il'vui iiin ttt .Senator
li l ' a is ne will make
pel eln in K'UMiikS Ai! bi'l..'ll tlilx
ltlptl !. It Ix CHI-Ill;; II IU II I I l
A Washington man who is Mippoit
ing Hryan mi the slump but who is be
lieved to have doubt of his election,
has made an odd soi t of a Migcr lie
litis bet a xuit id clothes" that if Me
Kuue Is i In ml h will, within two
31 ais of In- iiiauguiatioii, xigu a bill
foi the flee tnin.ige nfsilwr, and has
pub icli xt.iinl lux williiignexx in du
plicate the In i
Although 11 eeiued that no finthel
c lupin .itmiix eiiuld poxxit In in
jee'.ed into this, alicady thoioiighly
complie iti it .iinpaigu, a new and
most Impoitant one is uiidei cousidei
atiou b the icpuhlic'in matiagets,
and may vcij shoitly mateiialio and
give tiie Hijan uiauageis coiisideiabln
trouble. It has been ptoposul that
tho lcpublicaus withdiaw their dec
total ticket iuseveialof the southctu
states and thiow their untiio vote for
tho gold deuiociatic electois,aud thcio
is a belief in Washington that it will
be done. It is claimed by tho oiigina
tors of this scheme that seveial stales
can be carried by it which would
othci wiac bo cariied for Hryan.
$100 Howard $100.
Tho lenders of this paper will be
pleased to Icain that thcio is at It axt
one ill cult d disease that science has
been able to tnio in all its stages and
thai is ('.it mil Hall's CatairhCuieis
tin- titily piKiitw cue now known to the
iiifilic.il iiatuuiiy. C'atauh being a
coiixiiiiiii.in d dixi'tixe, letiiiie-a con--lit
in n ri ii I tieaiiiient Hall's C'.itiuih
I'uie ii taken ii inallj, acting diiect
Iv on tin i.ond and mucous sin faces of
liio x ' ui, iheiob dcstioiug tin
font 'ii. ii f the disease, and giving
the ) it it'll t slicngth bv building up tin
constitution and assisting ualuic in
doing its woik The inopuetois have
so much faith in its cinativn powcis
thai thi'i ollct One Huudicd Dollats
f iranv c.ixe it fails to cute. .Send for
list of testimonials.
Addicss, F. J. CHUNKY At CO.,
(jySnld by diuggists, ?.rio.
Hall's Family Pills aio the best.
Chat ley Cather was in this vicinity
J. Ii. Wisecarver sold a number of
cattle to Dr. Damcroll Monday.
Link Kelso has letuiued fiom Iowa
where he wont last spring.
John Htitledgo and family fi am near
Inavale was visiting with J. C. Wilson
of Otto Sunday.
Kootitz it Honklo woto tin calling
grain for some of the farmers in this
locality last week.
Mrs. Wilson of Otto was visiting in
Red Cloud ono day last woek tho guest
of Mrs. til Ice.
The new bridge over Indian clock
south of John Deans' fat mis nearly
A few weeks ago tho editor was
taken with a very sevoro cold that
caused him to bo in a most miserable
condition. It was undoubtedly a bad
case of lagrippo and recognizing it as
dangerous ho took immediate steps to
bi ing about a speedy euro. From tho
advertisement of Chamboilalnu Cough
Remedy anil tho many good recom
mendation included therein, wo con
cluded to mukit a first trial of tho medi
cine. To say that it was satisfactoiy
in its lesults, is putting it very mildly,
Indeed. It acted like magic and the
result was a speedy ami permanent
cure. We havo no hesitancy in recom
mending this excellent Cough Remedy
to anyouo atllicted with a cough or
cold in any fotni. The Jiuuucr (f
J.wwi, l.liii'itytown, Maryland. Tim
ar and Tit) cent sizes for sale by 11. K,
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WH 1KVK PUIU'IIASKD OUR
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Heart Disease Cured
By Dr. Miles' Heart Cure.
Painting, Weak or Hungry BpolU, Irregu
lar or Intermittent I'uUe, Fluttering or l'al
pltatlon, Choklug Pcnsatlon, Bhortnoaa of
llreatti, Bwclllng of Feet and Ankle, are
symptoms of a diseased or Weak Heart.
MRS. N. C. MILLER.
Of Fort Wayno, Ind., wrIU on Nov. 29, 1894:
"I was afflicted for forty yours with heart
trouble and suffered untold ugotiy. I had
weak, hungry spolli, and my heart would
palpitate bo hard, tho pain would bo to acute
aud torturing, that I bocama ao weak and
nervous I could not sleep. I waa treated by
areral physicians without relief and garo
up oror being well again. About two yean
ago I commonced using Dr. Miles' Remodlos.
One bottle of tho Heart Cure stopped all
heart troubles and the Itestoratlvo Nervine
did the ret,and now I sloep soundly and at
tend to my household and social duttos with
out any trouble.
Sold by druggists. Book sent free. Addrosa
Dr. MIIosModlcal Co., Elkhart, Iud.
Dr. Miles' Remedies Restore Health
Mits. j. n. SII1RKY,
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All Important Factors.
Store, wist siiik of sTHKirr.
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best way to got it done, aud to bo
sure of its being done right Is to
stop in at
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Wator Color, Soape and Pastel Portraits.
Fine Kk'.MI Crayon Poi halts foi $1.48. Water
Cohn s for $1,811 Platiuo, tho new catbon
onhugement for $1.00.
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