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FR0JI JHAIHE TO TEXAS.
The Tide of Public Opinion Is fill Favorable
to Paine's Celery Gorapoond.
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Congressman Bell of Colorado One of Those Recently Restored
to Health by Paine's Celery Compound.
s There is iust uow no lack of nuui
from the western states.
Public opiuion in Colorado and Iow.i
is as promptly and accurately heard of
hs fioui any New England state.
From all over tho west come rupoi ts
that Paine's celery compound oc
cupies practically a cl ar Held in the
cure of diseases arising from a tired or
otherwiso impaired nervous system,
No other remedy was ever used by so
many men of sound nmi rolinblo judg
ment. No remedy but Paine's colerj
compound has ever been recommended
by m conspi-iously fair minded n body
of men mid women. The half-heated
experimental effort i of scores and
RCOl'e of V I'Ml'l'I'l-', ,OIi -I' -I -.
called iieiuiu'N wiili which tuu ui.ir
ket is coiMiuttly lecruited, io in
staitling cniitrist with tho coulident
because thoroughly scientific way In
which Paiuu's celery compound sets
about restoring health and vigor to the
worn out body.
Why will people be silly enough to
juopardi.H their lives and lessen their
chances of getting well by taking any
There is no help so sure and so im
mediate as ono gets from the Use of
, Paino'o celery compound Detailed in
formation of innumeiahle cases of
ihcumatism, neuralgia, and dyspepsia
complelnly cured, has established this
gretii iiivigiiiiiioi as inn most vaiuiimr
"icmeily those run down in health can
Liakc uso of.
iWonioti whoso sloi k of nervous
'gy was well nigh (xhausted haio
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statu of body and in i tut by this same
great nerve and biniu lesturntive.
Paine's celery compound is thegrcm.
est achievement in modern medicine.
Itbanishes woakness and pam as sure
ly as its famous coiitompoiury, the
electric light, disprls darkness,
Paines celery compound fn e.s the
body of vicious humors that cause
kidney and liver complaints. Only a
great remedy based on a deop know
ledge of these diseases could do tho
work that Paine's celery compound is
now doing. Better nutrition foe the
nerves, tin awakened iiteiit. , pm tiled
blood and coiuplcleassiinilalion lltese
follow the conscientious use of Paine's
pe'i'i y fomnnunil t uro'v . i'-ivfol
If jti aiu alarmed li a thiobhi g of
tho hcurt, an irritable stomach, or gen
eral debility, be fair with yourself, use
the best means there is, examine what
Paine's celery compound is doing. It
has cured an astonishing number of
men and women of Blight's disease,
rheumatism, neuralgia, heait and liver
trouble. No sufferer can pa-s lightly
over the romarknblo record ihat Paine's
celery compound has to show to every
sick and ailing pernio,
Among the thousands of tcMlmouials
received tliis year is one recently sent
by Congressman John 0 Bell of Colo
ratio, who says he has ustd ihiee bot
tles of this best of all lemeilies fm dys
' popsm ami theuntiitisni, wniiihe most
hiti'faetoi icult.. A'i. . u teti-
mnin-ii' i. e- lied ,1 y Micro
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RED CLOUD, :XE1)RASKA. OCT. 10, 18i)U.
l''i"ii It'ii' l'iih'cl lia- 'mil tiiut
piopnciy would )iccnl Ins "iiiii'Iiiik
actively" in tlio i-ninitiiin, hut -iiici'
lii-i ii'liiin to V:iliiiiloM it has lie
coini' iippiiit'iit that ho iiiti'inN to pull
ill t'n' wlri-t in hi' ifiu'h ti)liii;nl)oiit
l!i) all's defeat, ami nmst ilcinnci als
winilil pn fcr that In- houll nil ml
arthvlj," uhich MTii In hi' hisilclim
linn nf taking part in pulilic u.i'i-tiiij'i,
iiitrail of wnfkiiiK piivati'ly in his
I'M'i'iitivc (illii't! aninsi Itiyuii; ami
tlii-y have had Mime hud tliinn. to say
about Ids wiiiinu letter eoiililli'iidiiif,'
Hid Kohl tiiitvt'int'iit, to ha lead at a
fjoltl liict'tinn addressed liy a ineinher
(f liis eahinet, whilu hy his oidot',
other inuinher.s of his I'ahinent were
dismissing,' ollieials for hein oaudi
dates for otlieoon the silver ticket, and
in souit) instatiecs for ju.st working for
the .silver tleket.
A eonsiiluiable stun ot money at
ono place $12,000 is posted in Wash
ington to hut on MeKlulej'.s election.
Tlio othU now being oilorrd aro S to 1,
but there is less betting than was ever
known nt this period of a presidential
Chairman Butler, of the populist na
tional committee, figures out 2.12 elec
toral rotes 8 more than enough to
elect, for Brjnn, without including
the states of Illinois, Delaware, Michi
gan, Iowa mid Ohio, in nil of which he
cliin9 that Bryan has an even chance
to win. But in Senator Butler's "sine
thing" list tiro a number of states which
are also in all the republican ".sure
1'he populist campniii book will be
issued tills week. Tlio other campaign
hooks luiTf heon out some time. The
delay in issuing the populist boot; wm
caused by deliberation as to whether
one should be issued at all. It differs
somewhat radically from either the
democratic or icptiblican campaign
hook, in that it emphasizes its dis
cussion of the transportation question
in connection with tlia money ques
tion. Tho book asserts thut "those
who piolit by our pernicious monetary
laws and discriminating system of
taxation together with tiiose who con
trol our transportation facilities, have
creatid odious trusts and monopolies.
All of these arc taking an active part
in polities and are placing their entire
power behind and in support of tho
In iewot tho claims made by both
parties as to Kentucky, the opinion of
Mr. M. J. Richmond, whoso former
prominence in Kentucky politics
enables him to speak with authority,
enhanced by his now being practically
out of politics, is interesting. Mr.
Kichmond, who has just come to Wash
ington from Kentucky said: "It is ex
tremely difllcult to say how tho elec
toral voto of Kentucky will go. The
betting is even, neither side bring
willing to give odds. My opinion is that
whole qui tj. ill hinges on the populist
mie I'n it w is yij.onu in the last elee-
lion, and supposing it goes solidly for
Bryan, tho question is whether it will
exceed the loss of sound money demo
crats who will vote either forMcKinloy
or Palmer. I think a majority of the
sound money democrats are going to
voto the republican ticket. In Coving
ton and Newport, there is a large Ger
man Catholic element, which is
strongly for Bryan, and I believe most
of the working men are on Ills side.
Ono of the odd features of the cam
paign Is the attitude of 'Pole' Carlisle,
a brother of the sr cretiiry, who is post
master of Covington, lie is an out an
out Bryan man, and when Bryan came
to our town to speak was ono of tho
first to rush to the stand and grasp him
by the hand. But this only shows how
the democrats are divided on the issue
and what a queer mix-up It is. Our
people have dropped work and buii
iicss entii el, ami tall, i;o!d and silver
day unil night."
i Both sides ai o interesting themselves
, in the i hi w ii 1. 1 is In Washington
but has a i in si. me of the -'ai ,
i spu'iall.V if lit- lutein- niiine of the
close or douiuiiil states, ol which thcie
seem to he a gieat many this yeur
Hoth the dcuiocialic and icpubli-
oan congressional coinmittcrss have
arranged with the railroads for reduced !
transput tntinti tor oteis, ami uliile.
in ither is in tl.itig t a rule to furnish '
fn e tickets, tliete will he little trouble '
foi impecunious volets in ccttaiu state' I
to gel them done either At the he
ginning f the i ampaigu it was thought I
thai few of the rank ami file of goieru i
meat eniiloe would Lo to the e
peiiie of going to their homes to vote, '
owing to then belief that the chil sell
vice law would keep ihem in olllce '
whether they did or not. But theie
has been a gieat change, and it is now
prohab'e that tin unusually large per
centage of them will go home to vote;
also that most of them will vote for
McKinley, not so much because of any
decided prefcieiice for him ip because
they believe their bread and butler de
pends upon his election. This change
has been brought about by the con
tinued aertions, which have not been
denied, that if Bryan is elected there
will be an till around shako up in the
civil sci vice In all its branches.
100 Howard $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to team that there is nt least
one dreadi d disease that science has,
been able to t tire in all its stages and
that is Calari It Hall's Catanh Cine is j
the onlj po'iiiiecuronowknown to tlio'
medic.il Maternity. Catarrh being a!
coiiblilutiotial disease, requires- n con-1
; st it in it.nal treatment. Hall's Catarrh
One is taken internally, acting direct
ly on the ii.ooii and mucous surfaces of ,
the jstiii', thereby destroying the1
foundation nf the disease, and giving'
the patient strength by building up the J
constitution ami assisting nature in
doing its woik. The proprietors haie1
so much faith in its cutatiie poucts!
that they oiler One Hundred hollars
for any case it fails to cure. .Send for
list of testimonials.
Address, F. .1. CHUNKY & CO.,
Earmold by druggists, 7fie.
Hnll's Family Pills aro the best.
Gaylord Wilder is home oa a visit.
Nellie Bon and Kthel Brubaker were
at home on Sunday.
Mrs. T. (i. Wilder has returned
A. C. Bon is hauling lions to Guide
A few weeks ngo the editor was
taken with a very severe cold that
caused him to bo in n most miserable
condition. It was undoubtedly a had
case of lagrippe and recognizing it as
dangerous he took immediate steps to
bring about a speedy cure. From tho
advertisement of Chatnheilaiiis Cough
Itemed and the many good recom
mendations included then in, wo con
cluded to make a first trial of the modi
j cine. To say that it was satisfiieior.i
in its i faults, is putting it very mildly,
indeed. It acted like magic and the
result was a speedy and permanent
euro. We have no hesitancy in recom
mending tins excellent Cough ltemcdy
to anyono afllictcd with u cough or
cold in any form. The Jlunuer of
iiiucTiy, liiouriyiown, Maryland, Tim
25 and fiO cent sizes for sale by 11. K.
Hard Times in Doddvillo.
"Last Monday," writes the editor of
the Dcddvillo Recorder, "we wont out
to collect tlGO, due us en subscription
from ICO delinquent subscribers. We
put in the whole day at it. How much
does tho reader think we collected?
Not a darned cent, reader; not a darn
ed cent. We have been running a
paper in this towa seven years, and wo
never saw times half us hard as they
are now except, the year wo had
triplets tit "in liuii.e" Chicago Tri
bune Dr. Price's Cream Br.UInj; Powder
IVortd' Pair llle!it A!Jsl an 1 DIpIohu
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The People's Friend.
Cures Cough, Cold, Croup, Whooping-cough,
Grippe, Bronchitis, Asthma and Lung Affections.
DR. BULL'S COUGH SYRUP is sold everywhere
for only 25 cents. Refuse cheap substitutes.
Chow LANCE'S PLUGS, Tho Groat tobacco Antldoto.lOc. Doalort or mill.A.C.Moicr & Co., thlto.,MA
Ilsiruess 1 Harness ! Harness !
J O BUTLER,
The Square Dealing, Low Priced, Best Grade
In Red Cloud. Prices right for dish
I I . Threatening:
Cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine.
Prolonged dcranRomont of tho norvoua
system not only afTocts tbo brain and men
tal powers, but devolope disease In some of
tbo vital organs. The moat dnngorous of
thoso Indirect rcaulto Is when tbo heart Is
affected. This was tho case of the Her. N.
F. Surface, Fawn Hirer, Mich., who wrlUe
nder date of Feb. 14. 1896:
"Fourteen years ago 1 bud a slight stroke of
paralysln. Overwork brought on uurvoua
prostration. I was exceedingly nervous and
the exertion of public epuaklog cansod
beart pulpltutlon thut threatened my life.
I used two bottles of Dr. Miles New Heart
Ouro for my heart trouble, and two of Dr.
Miles' Ilostoratlvo Ncrvlno for my ncrvoui
auftsand feel better thau I ever expected to
font ugulu. I can speak for hours without
tlrlnxor having my heart flutter as It for
merly did, and I have you to thank that I
am alive today."
On sale by all drugglsta. Dr. Miles' Itook
cm llourt and Nervous Disorders FKKB by
mall. Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
r. Miles' Rene-dies Restore IlealUt
MltS. J. It. SHIItKY,
i.wncu.Ti IINTAI, JUIMC.
Customary prices. Daily halt hour Iob
on to nt'.i Lit'Klnnura nt rouponubln
In use for fifty vears.
Have That Picture Enlarged
Won't get it done. The Easiest and
host way to get it done, and to bo
sure of its being done right is to
stop in at
Water Color, Seape and Pastel Portraits.
Kino ltlx'JO .Crayon Portraits for $1 -18. Watot
Colors for $1.8(1. Platino, the new carbon
enlargement for 91.50.
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